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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Cardston Budget May Worship May" and expects to be heard from at the ir Spencer issued a procla- Dominion Exhibition Grounds soon. ution to the citizens on Wednesday gentlemen left Calgary in three mutos for a trip through the south country. Splendid made until terday afternoon when the effects of the continued rainfall became too ap- i parent. One of the machines had to be left some eight or ten miles north I of Cardstou on the Blood Reserve. Mr" Walter Pitcher who was other two arrived OK and soon them to co-operate with the, cd by what was 'deemed blood poison-' urnod lo the rescuo of the ,third in a general clean up of streets ing returned from the Gait b hfc iuto towu last premises. j yesterday greatly improved. He was v To this request there was a gener- j accompanied by his brother Arthur al response. Men and teams were i Pilcher. Cardston people will be, his condition of lhe Xorth Wost Co" nd represeotativcs of the tional' the Harris, the John LOTS OF YET J. Kennedy of the department of immigration, says there are one- hundred thousand- homesteads await- ing occupation in Western Canada. Taber Talk Tuber, May D. ,T. Bums, at lirst si r. Smith and wife, late of Spring- Ill., on vosterdav's train. lies to the number of eight with three i mu- fn I drivers. The party put up C e Hotel and as soon He gives the figures for the different j who lately obtained a leave of ab- land districts as follows: Edmonton................ Red Deer Calgary Lethbridge................ Battloford Hepna and Moose Jaw Prince Albert............. Yorkion................... Alameda................... Dauphin goneral. idea of the location of the! took night. The party comprises .Mr. Hutchings j early and good headway was j pJeased to note that made before the storm broko and pre-: permitted so speedy a return and al- j -raited a completion of all that was Uo that'the disease is not so serious. :as (Deere and other implements compan- The vast amount of good resulting f spite of the fact that the j Jholiday was less enjoyable thereby, j late in the afternoon, between the J showers a basket ball game was play j- cd upon the school grounds but it I Such a trip ought to convince bcin l nere. The invor- was not well attended. vanous houses with the conditions, south of Medicine Hat, the rest lying i best of ..The farmers are verv jubilant as Ia our beautuu d possibinties of tnis great South nonh Of Lethbridge, between the Bow' aad conj coup-tr-v and while-his business is can nor fiill rivcr, w.ufu.u i a ds-uggjst, he. expects to become erii m rVi-> tmuous during the night and is still JT 4. tne men of tne m 0 interested in Southern Alberta hinds! -coming stonn to ci jportations. We have nothing to say, i fer- from him. as it is the only hotel town! With' bylaw proposed as a new member. in force, as it is hoped by the busi- i 5utpiroq at] people" of" the town, letters concerning rates to the Bounds will be a great source of ben Fair at Calgary and as i-and will proceed to the Gridley efit and pleasure to th3 citizens. iniriino- thf. rtf! country in JUitte Co., California. ___ ___, Mr. J. F. Scott, -Cardston's- able! read and acted upon. The mo- as-far as Stirling. photographer, sold his business in tion carried unanimously that we do Raymond yesterday to Thos. Archi-.jall possible as a Board of Trade to of Cardston at, al fancy figure- a daily mail s.ervice for Stir-j Humor says that Mr. Scott intends bound passengers yesterday. Mr. 01- j year. son will accompany his sister to Utah1 njgbt (Wednesday) the Senior j against them gerting employment points friends and footbaj] team Un3d up on the field (if the torin can be used) to play the Juniors from Bellevue begin at home first. -in this part of tiie town and the An exciting scene occurred on ..the sent proprietor has always conductecfp The Belly River this evening which might it in an orderly and upright i aiding the efforts of the people ofj country in JHitte Co., Uamoraia. !but oy the latter jtown council of this town may be de-j have resulted in a serious loss of life The opposition to its renewal is i'Stirlinff in procurinjr a daily mailj Miss Vienna proceeded with i team not puuing in an appearance.; Pended on'to insist on this clause be-' While the ferry which is usod for mystifying to a number of thJ as as i On Tuesdav Mr. Robinson, brother-i inS observed on any of the prouosed crossing the river was crossing thc dents besides the nf While ers -closing out his Caj'dsLOn business as The President, Martin Woolf, ra-j This would form a good open-; ported the action of the Town Coun- j quak'es ing- for a'well 'qualified man. His jcil in appropriating for meeting! would have to 'be first expenses incident to the'prepara-j Siowerer as Mr. Scott can make good tion and display to be 'made at the! On Tuesday Mr. Robinson, brother- j mS observed on any of the proposed crossing the river was crossing the dents besides the fact of its are departing oth- of 3In james had theiworks conteiaplaled. river laden with two teams and two of the first hotels built in the townf! ai-e returning from. California 'misfortune to get between a horse The case against Con. Moser for waSffoas and some settlers, the guy j A niost interesting lecture was de'sM a car' in the main tunnel of a dog, the property of John rope broke and a11 of the livereci in Knox Church this, eveninl' when tho stepped upon which was adjourned Cn Sat fc'rry %vas lost' "lt breaking away and" by the Rev. J. L. Morrow" L L B1 i "much improved year's sojourn in the land of flowers BOWV1LLE i Calgary Fair by the Board of Trade. Bowville, 3Tay and dog, that of Colviiitj- he had admitted it and that "his name are friends of Mr. McPhee, of the was Fred Haxvchild. The town con- photos. ___ _ _ The storre. tn i A .c-_i._ -.T '.daughter and Alfred Houle and son. xejoice.. Mr. Thos. Woolford, intoVnjed the council upon motion of Mr. H. j this morning, remarked that .the Donovan seconded by i thelr sisters 3Irs- Ottot and Mrs. Mer; Coleman Mercantile, are visiting in'stable also said that the man mere could afford a holiday'with E. N. Barker. (ex-sec, of the on the Little Bow- jtown. They are really on an Evan-1 said the same to him j t> i r passed through Bowville Wednesday, vftation are. including Coleman" in' Adam Link, from Lethbridge, stopp their trip. Both are enthusiastic. ed at Bowville Thursday, Friday Efiid '-whole-souled and earth-1 loose boarcl flew up and-caught j "rday last for the production of ad- fioatinff the river (the current St. John's Church, Medicine :air- Robinson on the ankle, the evidence was resumed today ot is very strong) for was well attended, the subjec? preventing. his escape. Luckily no j jxrp. g. -J. L-avton J ;bones were broken and a few days inj During the adjournment 'bed will put him all right again. stated that another Mr. Raymond Francis Van Velin man had shoe the a quarter of a mile when fortunately being "Ireland." The lecturer trwce-s the lt nerir lhe ljanks' and the antecedents of the original settl great difficulty the teams were got lers in the island up to the prevntf miShaP and dwellinS at Ien-th on its resources! .cio- swturiiu. the Juen it has produced in Taber. May complaints art and commerce, and the high had have been mad irrigation as, they As such a heavenly were receiving. 3fr_ Woolford is sowing a large ar- ea to alfalfa and states that he ex- pects to keep on until he gets 300 acres of it- o, -sfi ed procrress on sued by the matter was all printers and a daiiv. the booklet of Trade. is- Tbe in the hands of the ui Saturday, in.snecting homesteads and'thr-ir by the ladies and sitions attained all over the worirt gentlemen, particularly by the former and in the colonies bv its sons whicil -co the duller of wire fences makes the emigrant from the GreJ case in the town on chief thoroughfares. many cases gentlemen have their proud of his Old Country, coats torn and only yesterday two thunks proposed to Cardston, May anrl sun- proving up several claims. 'conduct proof copy expected j ,John McKechnie moved his family nave much ;.onto his homestead, seventy miles Work here financial committee to .north of Lethbridge and had to stop j com A special shine, rain and hail, follow.-each oth- provide .for the literature to be used at Bowville from Wednesday until er' intermittently these days. Sunday was appointed by the .President, JThursdity on account of rain, premised fair and the sun peeked- out Messrs. Barker, Baird and Brownrigg-j A dance will be given in tha Bow- a.' few times. Toward evening the being named. jville han on tfle 22nd of May for the storm clouds rolled up from the south The collection and preparation of'benefit of Mrs. Anna Atneoson of and east causing a local hailstorm, the necessary exhibits at the coming j Sundial. Ladies are requested to It's course was north-north-west and Dominion Fair were matters discuss- bring supper. Everybody is invited. if appeared to be more severe on the erl at length in an informal Mr. Fred Winters'has a good well -eastern side of the St. Mary's river, as well as th- report on freight rates on his place at a depth'of 15 feet. has been reported so far from the Medicine Hat convention of People around there have been Western Boards of be situateC A vote o the e them to- Our town. There has cur again, the jruilty parties will be tne c p R H' today from H' Bai'rett The Coleman Mercantile Co., hav- j caught red handed and severelv 1 and Cardcd with Joud a Iowa' ture' with and but (ports that a valuable dog of his was w haS rater, at snap 'also killed, the skui, T m'IC .Oi Wsh now offering., a bi most of them seasonable ly damaged by wa ;s. The sale started today and j in as if by a hatchet. of irltv'oT TT crowded .store showed that these animals are greatly incensed1' "oken. eusltv of these pie of the west as well as those of i against the parties Toronto and the East, appreciate a dastardly outrages. W. E, Wildman left last week by Mr. Primrose (A Scot) in happ. G. A. Clam( short fclicitou the meeting b- the chairman; Rev. J. R. Jtutirotr acclamation thanks in 's. 3 was his lec- hurnorous sketches an characteristic of th Thc singing of the Xaf quan- tional Anthem and the pronouncing of the benediction brought an intei for esting evening to a close. the other. CONFERENCE AT WOOLFORD There was a large attendance of the people at the annual conference bargain. Messrs. There arc a number of useless curs FUNERAL SERVICES The Assembly Hall was draped in: Vear.. -of .the Woolford branch of the Card- white and the casket was bestrewn j praver ston Ward on Sunday last. The ser- with a wealth of wild flowers, a corn- i..Overalls vices were held in the school house of bination that would have gladdened very unfortunate in trving to dig wells. Some of them have hardly I Messrs' Wright are j roaming about the town which been doing anything else for the last-havinff a ten da-vs" introductory saiej authorities -should endeavor to the saiy for thc furnishing of the large i i store building for Mr. McMillan' j which is now almost completed. J be most satisfactory meeting was held at Mr. last Saturday evening a crowd being in attendance. The tie Butte Lake S. D.. as this is the hearts of the beholders had itiexpected singing school meeting was known on -the records of the Depart- not been so sad an held last Sunday evening as was rnent of Education. Pres. Edw. J. ial of the third and only remaining i expected on account of rain j the pay 'roll of the Internation- iner that must i to tkem; i In s of the fact that sixty with his first Councillor Thos. child of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Pilling. jst0rm so it was given out for Tues- al Coal Coke Co. this month is Duce, was in attendance. Under the able leadership of Mr. S. day evening after prayer meeting. The Deport of the presiding officer, s. Newton the Stake choir rendered good crowd bf young folks were at again, this will 31r. Wm. T. Ainscough. showed that some choice and appropriate music, sent and listened to a good sermon'materially increased next month. the branch was in a flourishing con- j The speakers were President Tbos. With the coke ovens discrimination is pie and they are succeeding in a man- Paid on them, but there seems J1A Al_ T T r, o. J- Juavton, .-P Air many cases to be a.difficltv in trac-iwomm h Hammer charged a man with attempt ing- tne owners, but some A iea assault and breaking his door with! should be adopted to get rid of them L club and calli as there is little doubt the or less the direct cause of the tticni out of this country ings people being added .to Duce, Bishop Levi Harker of Magrath their numbers constantly and the re- 3fc.. Jas. Ellison of Aetna, Bishop D. cord made for the best ever. past year being E. Harris Sr., Wood. There will doubtless be a ward or- ganization accorded the people in this and Pres. Edw. J, The opening prayer was offered by Mr. M. A. Coombs, the benediction by the Rev. Mr. Scragg. J. Upton Co.. late of pincher Sealed tenders will now be received Creek, have decided to share in the till the 6th day of June for the mail j good things of Coleman and are op- contract between Bowville and Leth-jening up a tailor shop and gents' bridge. furnishing store in the in this manner valuable animals are destroyed. A local artist has drawn a. pen sketch in some of our promin- ?f, h dollars fo lhe ent men are depicted true to nature, j paid door and four a total of nine dollars, which was Our local auctioneer, G. A. Clampett, Sunday School services were held in block. is represented as seen Ashdown usual Saturdav at one of his in the near future. This is by Mr. Martin Woolf. while the the famous farming district just lourjicatory prayci' at the by Mr. a nee. or five miles east of Cardston. Thejvf. "o. Lee. Bowville school house Sunday morn- Bills are out for a social and dance three best fields in the standing grain competition for this district last year isrere located in the Woolford branch. Growth is bound to be a characteris- tic of this locality. PERSONALS A good ciowd was in attend-j on. Tuesday night. May i Eagles' Hall under the The Stephen boys are again on j iie English Church. in the auspices of his A goodly number of the friends and j their claims.' After putting in about relatives of the bereaved parents j 350 acres near Elinor they have re- were present, among whom was Mr. turned with the intention of breaking Bennion of Majrrath. Messrs. their homesteads this summer. Marsden, Elias PilHng, brother-in-law and Mr. R. Wm. Pilling, nephew, re- Mr, Fred S. Clay is disposing of spectivcly of Mr. Rufus Pilling acted feis town property on Taylor Street. jas paii bearers. This is an exceptionally fine building spot, a block and a half west of the Cahoon Hotel. He is Calgai'y bound AUTOMOBILE PARTY On Monday last a party of twelve The health of the Nation will be improved by the use of COWAN'S Mr. Casement has struck water on his claim at a depth of about forty- five feet. NURSE KILLED i London, Qnt., May ste Saw ne ran .P., Mr. Annable, Mr. Mar- cesauit, and others are i wife of the Rev. J. R. gonizablc. The sketch is on 7t M'UnrOe' ieft here for Oreen- the Taber Hotel. ,wood, B. C., on a visit to her sister. The Board of Trade were hamrner- preaching the carriage in which bal1 will be played here onjtlme beforc they oiade up their minds with a club. l J. H. Mantle, U. S. Customs Irl a thief. The.spector, leaves for the south on pleaded guilty and stated he month's vacation on the 19th inst. Minneapolis is here. He wants t; buy Canadian steers to be shipped P dollars, two and a half I jujy to Chicago. We've got what lj damage done to the'wants. j Dr. Patton went to Milk River o' Thursday to inspect a shipment c cattle. G-. P. Ashe of Writing On Storj was in town on Saturday. Did you Tennant one act comedy "The Darkies Darken Hour" or "Jf You Haven't Got tl Money Back You Go." Messrs. W. M. 'Robinson for leod and N. C. Coleman for River c Que Barre passed througj this week. The latter has with bin? amongst other effects, a very fir! Shire stallion. f Taber. May Dobbs, the selang proprictor of the.-Union Hotel, today of the arriva son and heir this morning1. i Mrs. at the authorities for a TROUBLE AT BRANTFORD Brantford, Ont., May continues in connection with the strike of the moulders at the Buck was crossing the railway tracks at Eg-next Friday on the Athletic bulld a bridgc across the Belly Ri- erton St. last night, Miss Sarah Row- between the Calgary and Taber teams north of the town and which will ft, nurse in Victoria Hospital, jump-iThe ]ocal boys are in good form and ia thc near fu.turc be an accomplish- <-d out, falling directly in front to right good account facL' the initial having al- tlie engine and was mangled to The. other occupants of the carriage, Charles Cowan, and Miss of themselves. COCOA Stove works in this city. Attacks by I Sutherland, another nurse, escaped, unknown parties at midnight last night were made on two houses oc- cupied by non-union men. Consider-! able damage was done but no one was injured. reacjy commenced and large quanti- W. C. McAskile returned this morn- ties of materia-ls on the spot. Thft from Calgary where he made pur- accidcnt which occurred to the ferry Pure, nutritious and easily digested. Tttft COWAN CO.. TORONTO A CRAZY MAN Pilot Mound, May a wel known of this place, attempted suicide last night by shoot- ing himself with a revolver. After having shot himself Laller cut part of his tongue out with a knife. It is belieX'fd that his mind was derang- ed. No hope is held out for his re- covery. NO BOOZE FOR MINERS Pittsburg. Fa., may Thc H. C. Frick Coal company has ordered into effect a new code of rules governing its mines and miners, the most remarkable provision of which is tlw prohibition of the com- pany's miners from drinking whether on duty or off. chases for his new establishment at Seven Persons. Thc east end merchant who recent- ly issued a. challenge wants to know where all the checker experts are. proposed hav- The lacrosse team iEff a good stiff practice this evening but owing to the ab- sence of the sun and the downpour rain it was postponed. Bob look- ed rather gloomy at the climatic con- ditions but whon he considered the benefits accruing to the crops and country, his happy smile returned. Smith Bros., Owen Sound, Ontario, arc in town for the purpose of purch- asing A town lot to Iwild on and op-1 yesterday when the cabin broke, caus- ing it to go adrift fully laden with teams and passengers was fully suffi- cicnt to show the great necessity for a bridge. A large number of settlers are already on the ground and more still coming so that in a short space of time a thriving town in that quar- ter will be in existence.. Messrs. Ervine and Todd, agents for the Cockshutt Plow Co. have receiv- ed the seven-furrow engine gang plow sold to Mr. Jehu Eider. They ex- pect the 40 horse power gasoline en- gine for the same customer on Mon- day or Tuesday next. The boys erf the lacrosse club nerves with that "no anj bition" feeling that is commonly in spring or early summer, can t{ easily and quickly altered by talcirl what, is known to druggists sv.r; where as Dr. Shoop's Restorativ; One will absolutely note a change feeling within 48 hours after beph ning to take the Restorative. Th' bowels get sluggish in the winter-tiny: the circulation often slows up, tli Kidneys are inactive, and even Heart in many cases grows- weaker. Dr. Shoop's Restorative I recognized everywhere as a gemiirf tonic to these vital organs. It haikT up and strengthens- the worn-oil weakened nerves; it sharpens ttf failing appetite, and universally digestion. It always quickly brinj? renewed strength, life, vigor, and an; bition. Try it and be convinced. I by J. J. Johnson. ;