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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL BUDGET but of the country M well. WEDNESDAY The party includes J. A. Brookbank, tea. 11. Case tie S. II. Hoe, 0. M. McCainmon, TUos. It. w. o. w North Ward yesterday. a Fowlef Tfa Co. have a lele. dfty H their establishment. IJteleiay, Jas. Latimer, H. Dunn. imgaUon water reached the J; The after a Chiak of an inquisitive turn ot mind who broka 32. friends here of Mr. Thomas Un- frwood. ot' Calgary, will be pleased learn; that he has recovered from Is severe illness. MtfarriecL at Zioti Methodist Church. rinnipeg.' on Saturday, May 9th, by a fire alarm box and the key one night .this week. The box near Mayor Henderson's residence. J. river foreman of the bridge gang, left for Winnipeg last He, will meet there a from Belfast, Ireland, who will L him to. Lethbridge as McXiel. 1'he second daughter of Charles wm vjsit Taber and .70 north to Calf-- 0 0 fr3' on Sunday from brain gary. So far they are exceedingly trouble from last night. Today they are going to {night. Cardston and from there will come to Lethbridge visiting the towns along jreturn the A. R. 1. en route. They ex- pect to be here tomorrow He Rev. Hamilton Wigle, B.A., J, A. !affairs rassniore of Minneapolis and Miss all thei7 lines Ilive Hooper of Lethbridge. V. Gibbons has been appointed well pleased with the conditions of is good. Most of the men are implement.men; ,chings, of the Great West Saddlery strict agent for the Canada j Oo w st jisurance Co. in'the H. J. Skeith who recently resigned. I Miss Allison, formerly of the Calt fospital staff has assumed her duties one of the head nurses at the Cal- ry General Hospital, to1 which she as recently appointed. A train of sixteen cars of grading j itut for Correy Bros, is being' over the A. R. I. today, o'rrey Bros, have a big contract on ie C.P.K. irrigation work east oi ilgary and their will be tak- tp StraUunofe. THURSDAY The Alberta Sheep Co. sold two cars of mutton recently to {Gordon, Ironsides Fares Co. of Winnipeg. The local-teachers expect, to attend John Brodie is the proud possessor :i apple tree in full bloom on his wn at-'.the. corner of Smith and Duf- streets. There at least two wen blossoms on" it and the tree a nervous complaint, was buried today .from St. Patrick's Church. The funeral was delayed owing to the absence of Father Van .Tighem. The touring Calgary business men I on account of the mut! and came in to Lethbridge .on the local. The Party includes Messrs. R. J. Hutch- ings, W. G. Hunt, H. A. Dunn. W. G. Fowler, E. M. McCammon, H. Roe, J. A. Brookbank, F. Hvnuman kw a.bw.uu Belemv' J- A' Latimer, and J. Anderson. A young- hen that hatched dur- Dominion Exhibition CALGARY. ALBERTA June 29th to July 9th, 1908 in Prizes expended in New Buildings Improvements in, Purges StrobePa Ship, The Novellos Great Trained Animal Show, and other high-class attractions 9Ist Highlander's Band- Iowa Staie Band ijj i Indian, Sqnav and Travois Kaces Reduced Fares from all points in Canada.. Your opportunity to aee the great Write for descriptive paniphlet to 7 E. L. RICHARDSON, Manager THE STORE OF DUALITY." on Tuesday next. The new bridge at Medicine belns today- Tdi? mier Rutherford Hon. W. H. Cu-l' shing are in attendance. Miss Cotter, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. W. McXicol, went to belonging to Sirs. J. A. Slade has just laid ac. weighing between four and five ounces and when broken was Taber this morning to visit Mrs. Perfect yolks. P. Wallace. The National Editorial Association found to contain It is an interest- ing conjecture whether this freak would have hatched out into twin row. Kev. AUam, D. D. Mission ary secretary will preach the dedica- tion seruion at 11 a. m. The pastor ;of the United States ould produce a good crop of apples jwest ih At and MS year and establish that fruit will tour the is chickens. hen survives. be grown successfully in this dis- The A. R. I. Co. are issuing one of the places they are billed to cheap round trip tickets to Salt Lake visit. i City, the inspecting the branch at this point [going- from June 1 to- June 9 represented by W. R. Dob-'returning within thirty days. occasion being the Latter in U, of rep- Safa' entative of the Lethbridge Daily erald, was provided with a ticket admission to the funeral service of late Sir Henry Campbell.Banner- jin at Westminster Abbey. Fm. Oliver and Kobt. Jfinimons, Bnse commissioners, went to Mac- ;Macieod yesterday this morning to attend the meet the appiications and The Lethbridge is Stir- of the church, Rev. A. A. Lyttle, will preach in the evening. The Sun- School will be- organized at 3 o'clock. There will be no service in is stated that there are no.v .vet one families settled -.n around Warner. They "have over five thousand acres of grain in this soring and are rapidly breaking up more v winter wheat next fall. On Wednesday, May 13, at the Pres ,byterian Manse, Cardston, by the Wesley Church in the morning, but Rev> A_ w. R whiteman. Miss Alice "Rev. Dr. Allan will preach in the ev- ening. Father Tan. Tighern's garden' and orchard is exceedingly beautiful now. He has ten apple trees out in bloom, many of them being heavily laden with blossoms. He Has cherry and plum, trees out in bloom also. of the Board of Commissioners the licenses will be granted or tke various applicants. H. Hurst of the Packard Stu- of Chicago will be at Wright's elry store on Friday and Satur- He will have an'exhibit of the sany's hand painted china, etc. Icitizens will remember his visit ar city lost year, x W. T. Snowdon of the 6tb Band of Helena, Montana, lorrnerly of the uth Royal Scots Montreal, and the Hamilton. Highlanders, and a Mr. formerly of the Waterloo band have" joined the new The Raymond. are blooming profusely. Cur- License Commission-, grath and Cardston j rant bushes srive promise of au abun- for the Macleod district met at' Yesterday evening the home of Mr dant Fruit culture with Fath- and granted all and Mrs. Harrv Chard from Macleod, to Leavings, Claresholm, STanton and. Stavely, but held .over the application from Cayley as TO_____ was the scene a quiet wedding when George B. Mn Snowdon and Mr. Brown is a claronet cornet play- bookkeeper in the A. R. I. stores was united in the bonds of to Miss Florence plamts were filed as to the manage- j ment of the hotel J. Brodie is uoC alone Miss in the morning from her home in Loudon, Eng. Th-e cere- in having monywas perrormed by Rev_ WiUiam w, V" of the Baptist Church ox- and Tl A, Hamilton have trees !this d carrying as beautiful a showing on Eound gl blossoms as could be seen anywhere. I er Van Tighem is no longer an exper- iment, but an accomplished fact. MONDAY A carload of thoroughbred Here- Everybody get fruit raising. busy and go in 'for been totalled up .Ond assessment for the city has ty's rateable property is assessed for Jos Tourville was given his prelim Q53 m f mary hearing beiore Inspector West an increage Qf at the Barracks yesterday. The ev- j mjnion quarter of a This is a good increase, es- .it is considered Wt He was committed for trial and -the; case was set for- May 19. -The charge of couver on his -way wjiere- he bas contractor, formerly jpeod and father of T. H. STavih. a-law of John. Seuny, died in back from been- ic' an to recruit his health. Owing death the marriage of his son, iNavin, to Miss Grace B. Spen- hich was to have taken place today, has been-post- McKinnon who had a foot ,dly injured in the wreck at :et on Dec. 22 last, that it re- red amputating is entering suit ag- ?tlr the C..P.R. company for darn- s' The cpurt having proven that toatorVMuliin is not to blame for ;will sue, the. as the responsible persons. Bowman has purchased from 'Stationery Co., the three >ung- girl The "Magrath Pioneer reports R. W. Bradshaw has that is that now 17 inches tlie assessment was not made boom pjices as it was last year, assessment for school purposes not "been made up yet. Nelson Fraser-will dissolve part- on The has ford bulls billed to D. H. Gillespie of Raymond, passed through the city this morning. Mrs. D. A. Smith and ret left this morniiv? for Summenaud B. C., for a six months' visit with the former's sister, Mrs. Ireland. Isaac Foster, of Grand Forks, Minn., who has been visiting his bro- ther, A. L. Foster, the past few weeks, returned home, this morning. Winnipeg Free Stanley Chivers, Press: The.Rev. of Lethbridge, J. Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Stevenson of Belfast, Ireland to Mr. Charley I bey, youngest son of Mr. and lr.-s. William Ibey, Card- ston. Taber Free Press: In the last two weeks there has -been great activity" in. the land business. The A. R. I. of Lethbridge placed upon the market all the odd sections in town- ships 9 and 10, and those have now all been sold mostly to actual settlers and local buyers. C. E. Moe, Geo. C. Millar, Annable selected over arrcs- of choice lands lying close to t'.ie town- which will again be put on the mar- ket in small pieces. Yesterday services in the ,ist Church were of a very ua- ture having been conducted l.r Bev. Albert Bean, singing Evangelist Colville, Wash. Mr- Bean dollvei e Olt Jtint: lst" Bai-rhill postoffice. S.W. 4- 21, 4, will lie opened. June 22, 12, 1 with thern Alberta. The Calgary Herald is' -warned that if it appropriates this recbi-d growth for the Calgary dis- trict it will.be prosecuted .for boost- tiring from the firm. On, Monday next they will commence- a big 'cash sale of groceries and crockery. They will make an important announce- -under false pretences. lment ia tomorrow's Herald that will P. E. .Verity of the well known Ye- the prices of plows, l ff0ods are beinS v r rity Co., manufacturers Braatford, Ont., in in the L. J. Owen from- Grano, K.D., is looking over the lands in this dds- trict, of Sunny Southern Alberta- -this week. Mr. Owen spea'ks in the high- est terms of Alberta. He sees no reason why a. farmer should not "be a, success in this' district- He states that we have as much rainfall as Da- kota had before much of the land was broken up. .He precHcts that Alberta as-- they never were before. r SATURDAY E. Miebach left this morn- ing for !a. visit -to Harlem, Montana. G. J. Bryan B.A., of Calgary, was in the city last night on business in connection with the erection of his block. jon the west" side of Crabb street, wiij Have more precipitation as the as the old Williamson place, .i'he Int.? he will immediate- two stores. They will be sin- buildings, but will.be built as to permit the addition of other feys later. dispute as to the location of land becomes cultivated. Kenneth- the Pincher will go by way of Bowyille. R. B. Barnes, of Drinkwater, Sask., will be on the Bank of Cotiimerce People are rejoicing- in their ju duet. At the close of the service young man expressed a desire to d the Christian life. This is the four'h roomsjn the Baptist Church "nave had to be thrown open. Both staff while the staff are taking their holiday's.- Mr. Bulger, from Minnesota, went south Saturday morning to take up land at Warner. He was accompan- ied by .his family. TUESDAY Remember the regular dance takes at the Bijou Wednesday even- the 20th. Mrs. Frayne. who has been visiting IF TOU VPI3K TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH f The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge The Greenwood Ledge says, Fred her mother, Mrs. her ill- Stork, at one time mayor of Fernie, j ness> returned home to Edmonton give one-third more has opened a tin shop in Prince Remember bert and is running for the mayoralty scene tonight at the Bijou than nor- mal all at. the same Jow price. Wm. Lamb has Invested in a fine there. Miss Fitch, of Toronto, was Stewart, principal Creek schools and for- in the city yesterday on her -way to blacks, He has a nobby out- Elinor to teach the summer school Bt and is able to keep out of any- merly of the Union Bank staff in this. and her brother--1.; F. one's'dust. city, is spending today and 'Sunday his -brother Dr.. Stewart and r-n i t-i-i T -v Atayor Henderson attended the op-! Some of fhe gambling rounders that ening of the new bridge at Medicine 1have been infestinLr the city got wind i of fact: that the police were go-' Fitch. G. w. j hoc fair, I from J. H. Wilson who is leaving .the city a few days. Owen of Minneapolis, Vice-pre of the 0. W. Kerr Co., came rin-ht- onH will Rtat- in t.ha SUDDEN, jp E A T H S Life is uncertain, and sudden deaths frequently occur. -Make your and appoint this ubmpany your executor, as it is m specialist in all the duties pertaining to the office. You will thus have an experienced executor, as well as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRDSTS AND fiDARANTEE COMPANY, ID. 'Head Office, Toronto Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetatkiwin Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. A: GK Manager, Hat C'.'.'B. Bowman left last night jing to round them up. .Four of them street spur track has been hcr home at Paisley, Ont., owing and as soon as C.P.R. Road- to'the illness of her sister. Ht out the night but one was on account of the illness of his Rev. J. M. Harrison left this mor- The alley will be put in first ning to attend District meeting at class shape by Mr. Witting. Macleod.- Mr. Harrison with the ex- Olson; can take men off. other has .started the work will re- The poles are to be shifted by department of the gov- thoiigh appear.: Mr. and'Mi-.s. Thos. Niven and chil- dren leave tonight for a three months' visit in A'ova Scotia. caught. He is 'having a hearing this afternoon 'before Magistrate Hum- phries. Father Jan. superior of Calgary, W n PT? jspent yesterday in the city, a guest at whose this ,morning 'K" of Father Van Tighem. He and Fa- i' IT> i _ The'track will run slose to the Jobbing Co.'s ware- te. Mullen, the confessed slay Italian at Michel. B.C., last .was brought up fr-om Great Falls, tana, last night by Chief of Po- a holiday trip to Calgary. Jiaulf. Strathcona. Mr. G. Murphy, of Winnipeg, gen- eral travelling passenger agent for western lines of the C.P.R. is in the city today. C. S. Francis spent the week at rot his man .'across een Sweet Grass, the red Mont., line and Pontet -of that city. As soon as St" Mission, on the Blood Re- serve attending the decoral meeting for the district. Rev. C. W. MacWilliams, the Epis- copal minister at Big Timber, Monta- na, was in the "city over night on his way to Calgary. Supt. Lawrence of Medicine Hat was in the city for a few hours last night, coming in on the Taber I0cal and going out on 3STo. 6. The Brewery received a twenty-ton car of malt from Winnipeg today. -ts, Alta.. he unloosed the prison om himself and chained him to f ol Police Fred Larsche of Mi- had -Provincial Cqn- Ig. Murray with him. They took. Jn to Fernie last night where he be locked up pending trial. 'The cer admits killing the Italian at lance hall but claims it was done W defence. automobile loads of Calgary men are making a tour of Cithern part of province on of inspection not of their The company use pounds a week and make only pounds. typewriter Carbon and Ribbons 7 if Remington., Fox, UD- Empire, Smith Premier and 'Oliver DUALITY QUARTERS- J, Johnston Prwcription Druggist "How's the day and ROW'S the hour" to mail your, cousins across the sea one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such as LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIR' BOOK- .LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDG-E AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D. Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family and Dispensing Chemists ther Grandin returned to 'Calgary this motning. Rev.' Father Grandin of Edmonton, Superior of the Oblates of Alberta and Saskatchewan visited Lethbridge yesterday .in thp. course of a tour of the provinces in which he will visit all the missions. Mrs. E.. B. Freeman, Burlington, Ont., accompanied by her son, T. E. Freeman, of the School of Practical Science, Toronto, arrived in the city spend a couple of daughter, Mrs. W. last night to months with her A. Buchanan. From the Raymond Rustler we learn that R. H. McDuffee is leaving that town to open a drug business in Vancouver. Raymond and Southern Alberta can ill afford to lose a man of the enterprise and push of Mr. Mc- Duffee. That he will meet with great success in the Pacific Coast metropo- is will be the sincere wish of his host of friends in this district. A The famous Scotch concert band, ception of five years has been chair- the Kilties, are making a tour of the man of a district continuously since world, leaving Vancouver on 'July 1887. 17th. If arrangements can be made j H. Scott, Thos. McNabb, they will stop off at Lethbridge on Fleetwood, H. Whitmore, Dr. their way from'-the East. J. H. Stew- art and E. Adams will be represen- The Trusts Guarantee Company, .tatives of North Star Lodge, A F. Limited, Calgary, has been appoint- A. M. at the Grand Lodge meeting ed Administrator of the estate of the in Edmonton. A. C. Messer will re- late Nicholas Enderley, the homestea- present the Lethbridge Lodge. Mew Dayton Hotel (rood accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN WHITESEL, Proprietor First-class Livery in con- nection der who committed suicide near Reid March last. Mr. Enderley was a successful farmer a well equipped farm. The Quo Warranto in re Austin ver- Mr. and Mrs. John Proctor of Wood lands, Man.., who visited their son (J. E, Proctor, of the A. R. I. rail- j way department last summer, will on June "14th, celebrate their golden :us Sterling Williams, both of Card-' wedding, at their home. They ex- ston will be heard before 'pect to have present every one of Scott in the ensuing sittings oi the their fifteen children, fifty grand chil- Supreme Court this week. Austin dren and eight great grand-children, asks for the setting aside of tho elec- tion of Sterling Williams as school trustee at Cardston on that there was iio seconder mination. j Geo. W. Green, manager of the El- lison Milling Elevator Co. has just from a trip to Winnipeg. He _says that the Manitoba crops are Le ridge, cloudy 69 Bulletin From Central Office The weather in Manitoba has 41 be- come for the most part fair and warm. In Saskatchewan and Al- berta it has been showery in some parts with, moderate temperatures. today and Wed- nesday a few scattered showers, "out mostly fair. Not much change in temperature. Manitoba and Saskatchewan, fair and a little cooler today and on Wed- looking fine and that the prospects of I nesaay< Major-Stewart of the Field Battery !a large crop are almost sure. There' VOR TRF' 'PAST WEEK has received word that the guns and'was a fine rain in that province Mav 1S 47 carriages, the harness and clothing Sunday, to equip the Lethbridge Battery have 'dition of been shipped from Calgary to Leth-jthat it was good. The Ellison Co. bridge. .The battery will go into are now shipping to the Orient, hay- camp at Calgary on June Sth and ing just contracted for thirteen thou- will stay till-the 19th. Dr. Stewart sand sacks of flour, part for Fsnninri Mill, Guaranteed to remove weeds from wheat and flax, grass seed, etc. f H. FOWLER LETHBRIDGE. all noxious oats, barley, CO. I I Want Money sell Sections of good level farm land, four miles south of Woodpecker twelve miles from Taber, at your own price. The Lethbridge Herald Letter A WANTED Position as lady's 'companion on anch. Apply Box E., Herald Office. 27-0 Asked concerning the business, Mr. Green con- said pedestrians On Redpath St. j JaPan" I CI yitmg- m a day or two. He wants of th i ,S6C a men and thirtv horses. 01 tne low-down white variety, Hong lew were y strike a woman in the face last ev- ening. The woman apparently was his wife as she made no appeal for help and merely walked on with her handkerchief to her face. It is not safe to interfere in matrimonial .quar rels but such a man should be knock- ed down and walked on. The people of the North Ward have reconsidered the matter of naming their church. As the school 'is called Westminster School and the street, on which the church is located Westr.mi- ster Road, it was decided that "West McKelvie McGuire's sale is the talk of the city. Up to today, even J. Jamosburg was up .before: Magis- with the wet weather, this enterpris- j trate. Humphries Saturday afternoon ing firm has been kept busy attend- I on a charge, of vagrancy. Several j ing to customers who are eager to witnesses were produced who showed avail themselves of the exceptional that the accused was apparently en- bargains offered. The new store is gaged in non-peaceful occupation, 'packed full of the most up to date Others had seen him gamble. The Alines of gent's furnishings and they 15 16 18 4' 56 57 64 39 39 43 40 44 The North West Electric Company of Calgary intend opening a branch in this city as soon as a suitable lo- cation can be secured. They will keep a supply of electric apparatus and fixtures. SEVEN IMPORTED CLYDESDALE TALLIONS, full at quality, weight nd. breeding; aged- from one year to six years, and sired by such- ;noted sires as Hiawatha, Royal Favourite, Marmian and Bainson. Prospective buyers driven from. Seven Persons station to ranch by Mr. Meyers. 20-4 DAVID CAEGILL, Peigan Creek Horse Ranch. Via Seven Persons, Alta. defence showed that for different citizens. he had worked The case was not ac- i w minster" Church would be the most appropriate name for the new church, 'ceived hv a dismissed ns the evidence was strong enough to show that' the cused made his living by gambling, Mrs. Swain, of Kempton, arrived in the city last week to visit her bro- ther, Waller, who is in the hos- pital, suffering fall from injuries he from a horse. arc shown to advantage in the fine show window, the many showj cases, hat cabinets and clothing ward robes. The fittings of the store are in keep mar- with the progressiycness of this well known firm. The jjale is still in pro'gress and it will be worth your while to make store and look over large stock. a visit to the their fine new i ALBERTA REALTY Co I I Will exchange City Property for Farm Lands or P arm Lands for City Property We have the buyers. property 1 With ;