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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Cardston Budget Cardston, May city of the dead. Here brick wet weather has spoiled a number of vault nacl prepared and after the laid plans recently. The "Rest- rcst- on the hillsidc' rest." by the choir, with a dedicatory ftorty decided to take train and left On Thursday for prayer by Elder Hugh B. Brown, the the towns of Ma-jlarge stones forming the covering AcupotBOVRlLisafinc tonic in any season, but it is valuable in many other ways. A little added to Hashes and Stews greatly improves their food value. Try it when warming Canned Meats. Taber Talk HEAL ESTATE grath 'and Raymond. The drivers'were laid in cement and the mortal and their cars are still here however: remains were safely, securely laid to i AS the weather has only begun tojrest- show signs of clearing. It will take I a few days for the roads to dry up The weather has not been favorable and make travelling passing fail1. The' for showing lands of la'.e but a few streamsare up in consequence of the buyers have been knocking about the uuwupour. 5o damage has coiuitry between the showers. Yes- thus far been reported by the water, .terday Mr. Chris Anderson sold to The teachers of the Cardston school Messrs. Thos. nnd Edwin Adams of had planned to drive to Raymond by .Owen Sound, Ont., the north portion stage, leaving here at 4 a.m. Mond-iyjof the north east quarter of section I morning and returning late Tuesday i-0, township 2, range 24, evening. Such an arrangement woul-i some seventy acres for something like i obviate the necessity of four nigbis This is a very well improved i stay at Raymond as will now be with a large house, barn, sheds cessary for those who attend the other buildings. In the j cuing session. Some few teachers 'good okl days, it was the stopping j will leave by today's train and those ;place for all incomers over the Mac- j remaining will take Monday's train ;leod trail at the St. Mary's River i down. Some seventeen teachers are i crossing- Since the building of bridg; Institute at Raymond (From Friday's Daily.) A Teachers' Institute was held at j thi- evening on the Spokane Flyer Raymond on Monduy and Tuesday ofjfor Fernie, B. C., where he purposes this week under the direction of W. remaining, until the end'of the month. 111. Thompson. B. A., vice, principal j Settlers are still arriving. L. L. of the Normal. School at Calgary and ijiayner arrived from Minot, X. Jus. C. Miller, B. A., ftlso of thejaiKi discharged-a car load of house- Calgary Normal School staff. If implements, cat-, large attendance, lively and and a quantity of chickens, ducks Cr' opens lable discussions, and a most cordial j welcome from the citizens of Ray-j The Board of Trade meets this ev- count for anything, then to Ulkc> inlo consideration the! between jic-rc uiiu vjrrussj Lake drawing gravel from the latter place. Taber, May Potato planting is in full swing all around Taber. Mr. David Jenkins with his potato plant- drill, sows the potatoes and earths them simultan- eously, planted two acres today for Mr. II. F. Amiable in the short space that question of rates from this district j u-hiVh of three hours. Mr. 11. F. Annable let a contract results of the meeting were all could be desired. ___ .Monday forenoon was taken up with'tittlC- Mr. Thompson's paper on prlmaiy j At the meeting of the town work in In the afternoon'this evening important business on i y a Atnw i j en-furrow plow at the rate of twenty m dealing the ques- the agenda paper will be transacted; yesterday for one hundred and twen- iS ABOUT DAD'S the Lord Mayor's Son inu Q, school nyKjone Cook up the furcher consideration of sup- course of study in detail and dwelt plying the town with a good service acres per day. Mr. W. F. Smiley, St. Paul, passed through Taber today with a party of upon Lhc duty of trustees arm leach- of xvater which is urgently needed ers in this regard., suggesting many K- lland on his wny to Sprmg BLACK SPRING VALLEY NEWS Black Spring Valley, May Lars Drandvold spent Saturday and Sunday on his claim. He is working, for John Williams. Nate Bowser and C. R. Adams took supper at R. Burns' Sunday night. Nate is visiting his brother and sis- ter John Bowser and Mrs. Adams on the Little Bow. 'Leon Burns has been on the sick list, and went to town on Friday to consult Dr.- Cragg. Will Fry and Bennie Brand void vis- ited at home Saturday night and Sunday. Leon JJurns has taken the contract possible improvements conditions. be discussed, on existing; Mr Geo jsujph opened his restau- rant last week is now in full swi twenty acres for Will Fry. Misses Hihiia Peterson and Marjory Thomson and 3Ir. Cyr were the guests of Mrs. Ottot on Sunday. Miss Marjory Thomson visited at Peterson's Friday and Saturday. The feed mill from the Ridge be at Burns' on Tuesday and will Coulee. There is a great prospect of.nesday of this week a good deal of land changing hands j Sidney Thomson and Mr. Wright! Mi-, rhompsou followed with a mas- and is well patronized. He i the next. few buvers j purchased from Mr. Donnan a coal -IT, E-re daily arriving and numbers ,__ _ _ jterly treatment Of the question of el- ed four pool tabies to the fine daily emeatary arithmetic, dealing with the ing at the rear of the restaurant and j methods of conducting the work of the games are in full swing even' ev- and his council seem to havej first three years followed by a to be found in this district and it i.> j es the travelling has been diverted to! to be hoped that a good strong del-! either side, most of it now going by; taken Dad's son's advice on some few general suggestions pertaining to j .Todav is observed as peace day by egation will be present. An tnvita- ;way of Kimball and the Twin Lakes, .matters judging from the legislation the work of the higher grades. members of the Church of Latter tion for next years' session to be PERSONALS (of the last meeting. I gave Dad a discussion that followed this paper ;rjay Saints and a meeting is announc held at this point will be in order, j The of the Alberta Stake are' heart to hearT- talk the line most helpful. to be held in their tine building JUSTICE'S COURT Ceased to learn of tha coming of the new chief of police a m-ej Tuesday forenoon was a very in-; lhis evening at s o-clock which will, buildlncs tomor i Apostle F. Richards and Elder hand choosing his men and full terestmg session being taken up with be addressed by B. B. Roberts, State1 Before D. H. Elton, J.P., two cases jB H tQ the QuarMriy Con (power in the control of the force. Mr. Thompson's paper on nature stu- President, Geo. F. Richards, one of were up on Thursday last. Frank j J and it was done. All the Aldermen dy and that of Mr. Miller on physi- the twelve apostles. John T- Smellic, Pir6 y Woolf was fined five dollars and costs t Saturday Sundav were seemed to have got the hunch that cal culture. Stake President, Hebcr S. Allan, Rev abusive language at the Andrew Sapes accompanied by his wife and neice, Miss Nellie Annable, have left for Moose Jaw on a visit for about a fortnight. Rev. J. R. Munro, Mr, A. Or- man "Bishop" and Mr. G. Clampett have been invited to address the chil- shed, hen house and barn. Mr. Don- J nan is intending to move to B. C. in the near -Xuturc. f Mrs. Smith is working at Johitji Bowser's this week. 2 at Raymond. They are expected here bv Thurs- for station as recently reported in these j columns. The other case was one tinder the Masters and Servants Or- dinance in which H. C. Phipps was the complainant. The hearing was Adjourned until today at 10 o'clock ,terton between time to permit of more witnesses being beginning of the COALDALE I Coaldale, May Jing received word last Friday observed as serious illness of his sister, Sarah I to Saturday, being of Pasadena, Calif., and he J and Empire Day lefl at but he was unable to see- Conference held it was the correct thing to do. Then _On Tuesday afternoon Inspector J. j. R. Munroe and others. Jhe choir lves- hand man, Brown, B. A., taught a literature i render selections of hymns and membered Dad's dutiful son had. lesson on the "Lay of the Last Min- 'psalms and musical selections on the the usual holiday following on Sunday. Dr. Chadwick, V.S., has purchased her before she died. Lillie, was there at t i, His t e time. They f. day's" train and will drive over to ;had somethinS a cross- strel" to a standard VI class of th- Miss Baker. the Cochrane. ranch and to the Wa- ing for on DufTeria Raymond School in order to illus- i Empire Day will be celebrated at' St., and it will be done. Xext, a good method of attacking a Pit bull terrier dog which is pro-iare now on tbeir n'av with the body j- .nounced by judges as a beauty. ;for Bottineau, N.D., where the funer-l All the hotels have been very busy al wil1 take Place- thought that they had not such a poem. heard. conference- Later advices are to the> effect that the case has been withdrawn by Mr. I done right in the fish-of-one-and-nesh ioi-another legislation Mr. Thos. H. Woolford, president witt f of the local and vice Phipps and this action will be ap- proved by most of the townspeople. Provincial Farmers' Association, 'de- parted for Regina on Saturday last' in answer to a telegram asking him i took -t back ,fftr thev could the Childrens' School, presided over by Miss McLeod, on Friday next Miller's paper on manual train- when addresses will be delivered to in connection I concluded what was considered the children suitable for the occasion closing bylaw and by many the most successful insti-iDy some looal gentlemen. The land all around Taber is look. telling the stationers to shut up at six o'clock. The druggists will still be able to follow their own sweet tuie they ever attended. Vice-Prin. Thompson and Mr. Miller ing splendid, the grass quite green are comparatively new men to the the crops are reported as in ex- "Wm. Harvey, B. C. L., Western 3Ia- ition. nager of tha Excelsior Life Insurance! transacted there. fCo. and Managing- Director for the; though stormy, did not Standard Trusts Co., came in the initial run of the Kom- Thursday and drove over to Eimball j ball Ciieese Factory. The test was despite the rain. Yesterday he spent' In Cardston and was a busy man all the time he was here. v- ec teachers of Southern Alberta, onjcellent condition. Everything points province in connec of wishes of they left a most favorable iin-'to an abundant harvest. No time important business to be i clerks, the unions, or the council. pression. should be lost in having the propos- The masterly way in which they !ed elevator erected as in the fall it week with arrivals of commercial men, visitors, and land buyers. A busy air pervades the town and on driving through the country an air of activity is observed on mostly all the farms. Mr. Thos. Parkinson left for Leth-[ bridge this evening, proceeding by the Spokane Flyer. The three McDonald Bros., from Id- Mr. J. L. Schrumin is going to- build on the place he purchased east j of here. He is now building a barn-) and will commence a house soon. i Coleman Coleman, May part of the anniversary services of The greater Lethbridge problem the different topics showed' absolutely necessary to cope soon be to the fore in municipal they have a grasp of with the exports of grain from this litics. The people of _The province of Alberta quarter. ing over land, leave for tomorrow morning. night, the ISth. This con- jsisted of a lecture on the Yukon, il- A. William, with a team and wagon; lustrated by lantern views followed' very satisfactory and the good xrork espressed a desire to fortunate in having the services of; is going on steadily. CardstOD, May beautiful! u ourselves. Will the men such abilitv as Mr- Miller and Taber, May mating of. the both Mr" Thompson as leaders of thought executive of the Board of Trade u a proper one from 'which was attended by a number -of of furniture was proceeding today to the ferry to cross to the north side. The approach is very steep and the by-a church social with refreshments. The .lecture proved to be a most f interesting one being the description.'! has caused the vegetation to standpoints is the question for both alonS tne lines. ager Mr. Jas. Peters were in ahead the past few days> decide? Dad-s main consideration LIonday evening an "At Home" mining operators was held last even-, yesterday on business. j prospects were never better looking is not Jor 3tafford but for this tendered the teachers by the ci-'ing. The president, Mr. W. W. Doug- Mr. Peters, who recently purchased j than at present. jWere j sentimental I would wax poe-itizens of The large meet- 'las> presided. j Dr. Campbell's brick residence Jt is to be hoped that favOrable tical on the beauty of the linking, of hcmse wa5 ful1 aJld a splendid pro jt was proposed and second through W. 0. -Lee Co. is arrang- conditions will prevail for fortunes of Miss StaSordville and Mi- was given. Dr. Rivers, may'passed unanimously that Mr. John i ing for occupancy about July l. next few. days SQ tbat those de- Lethbridge. But Dad and I are not.i the was road a winding grade. Something, of a trip taken to that far northern startled one of the horses, causing j clime by the speaker. Graphically be- hini to knock against the other, with described, the -voyage, the journey ov- the result that he pushed him over erland by trail, the scenery along the bank where there is a drop of .route and the events of interest thai about one hundred gmd twenty-five happened on the way. Vividly he- feet. Mr. William jumped in time'portrayed life in the Yukon as it was to save himself but the wagon and; and as it is. Most interesting was; Ji horses cut right over the bank. One story of the hardships of the ear- come flares of r, A nv. i of the horses broke loose and escap-1 ly goldseekers and most instructive- ico.i.tLica OI LHQ I unction, f VIP TVn inn i trprp thP rr -i JioarQ 01 ITaae d with t whilst the other the manner in which he brought be- Burns Co. Calgary, returned from le to attend the meetings. JWere we sarcastically inclined with the O1 tfle juvenile band and Mr. E. C. More, hon. secretary, j wag jammed b tbe wheel Q[ fore nis he.irerg that ]and of 4 Spring Coulee yesterday having turn-' As previously noted in these col- predisposition to blow of our great- I twelve af' I The of rates' which i the wagon resting on his neck. A i "midnight sun" as it appears to a ed over the balance-some 1030 head umns prominent officials of the so-; hess, we would rejoice in the an onSmal Poem oi welcome by vi to a complete his contract for i called Mormon Church will be pre-' of population that would result but The sunshine this morning is en- in the persons of Geo. F- Rich- j what is the use of getting bigger _ LU iall' appearances seemed none the _never delivered the lecture before Ulit worse for the accident, although the the closeness which he stuck to his he had his Mr. Eph. Harker, who recently sold siring to attend the quarterly confer- hunt- that The bCG.utv of delivered fln herd or sneep to Messrs. P. ence of the Alberta Stake may be ab- i thing don't cut much ice "with ient address o and Marsh, Woodpecker be appointed chair man 01 tiis executive committee of function the Board of Trade and operators couraging residents to come in fromjards and Elder B. H. Roberts of one has not got the price to! the "At Homc" was a of en-'ing yras summoned for S o'clock, outside points. Messrs. Joel Xelson' Presiding .Quorum of Seventy. cue wagon been agitated for some time, was chs- u j 'number of men hastened to the scene visitor today. Mr. Mam has a good' -MlSSon. With speech and hut IOTYIP of thp Dwed hv irP T J T 'and extricated the animal which to subject and though he had cvidenilv )weo by ice cream imd cake had to leave town and a council meet i 1 n I r o -nfoe- A.H rt-nn followed followed and Ben Loury in from Taylor- ville report -the roads very, very hea- vy. Travel with light rigs is diffi- 'buy bigger clothes? This matter is to alL The "visiting teachers which some of the Board of Trado i v As is usual every six months there cash proposition as far as will be held the Stake officers' reun- concerned. The people of the would- ion on Friday evening at eight suburb say that they want the wa we entertained royally both at the members had Lo attend, the meeting "At Home" and in the homes of the was further adjourned to next Friday cult and loaded wagons are out ol" it j clock. All Stake organizations terworks and the police protectioa. lor a day or two yet. Mr. J. Sidney Towne is accompany- ing the teachers who go down to Haymond this afternoon. It is to be hoped he is not conspiring to remove j should have their full corps of work-j The additional cost of an extra blue- RiCHEST SQUARE MILE ers in attendance as well as the mem- coat would not be very much. But bers of the bishopric of each ward, j the laying oi water mains'to the nor- PERSOXAL them village would be a different Misses Orilla Woolf and Addie Ro- matter. There is no necessity, how- i that even the waterworks of London is Worth tension should cost the city a whale j 300 the Teachers' Convention at Eay-'of a lot. The new suburb would! i doubtless be willing- to submit to an citizens, iluch credit pal Keillor for the instutute and the pleasure of the vi-; Taber, May McDonald cue Princi- evening, success of the A meeting of the town council any of the ladies from the teaching; binson and Miss Stecort of the lady j ever, profession. We need them all. .teachers returned O" Wednesday from itensit leaves this evening on his usual an- i nual trip the booking of orders' i most certainly have been killed. i for lumber. He expects to be away for about five weeks. The Spokiini- Flyer was five hours wagon was badly wrecked and the Paper, yet, he had his matter well I furniture scattered in all directions, j arranged, and will in time be able to j Witnesses of the scene state that the speak more freely. j escape of man and horses was mar-1 It is too ihc lantern proved a I vellous. The weight of the wagon j failure because of the impossibility- dragging- on the slope checked tneimj'to run it with the electric power fur- uetus but for which the horses would! Rev. Mr. Cordon, of Lethbridger I nished, it beind found too strong. jwas present and presented the gr-vt- Taber, May L. Clark, from of his congregation in his usual and fifteen minutes late this evening, j i Mr. K. F. Michigan, arrived last n. May Wagstaffe :with visitors to Taber through v.w o-j-1 cigaLiiiit: i I In Mr. Wm. Burton is again at busi-, extra tax spread over a number of; who has been a member of the City a of lhis district 6XpeCtS Wl11 be PUrchasers lajld- He Within the at 2 o'clock p.m. and were held in ual amount oi hard work. the L. D. S. Assembly Hall with Bi- land town lots. Cardston, May the there was a large as- semblage of the friends of tbe late ness and feeling much better though years to pay for the first cost. All forty-three and Sylvester Low. The services began .not yet strong enough to do his us- the city would d, would be to give who was entertained to dinner recent- financial backing. The at the-Waldorf Hotel and presented POSGd Dr. McClure is at the Cahoon Hotel frontage tax in the new ward would! with an and a piece of plate shop D. E. Harris, sr., in charge. (and is kept busy with visitors who'pay for the upkeep of the system as Chairman oi the Assessment Corn- There were many floral tributes know him from earlier years of good j. there. But there is another matter. mittee, made a remarkable statement tbe DOrth Side the street from neighbors, relatives and friends j work in his line. Though we have'to be considered and that is, how about'the City's wealth.' to the K0uth- put upon the casket as it was placed i not seen him here for a long time long is the town going to last. With Kv said that though the The crops in Lh's aistrict an- in ex" in its position in front of the "his good work" follows him.the sinking of the new Xo. 5 shaft don and West London Union was in- cellent condition and as Jar the platform by the pall bearers, i and his old patrons all return ,bring- m.ust. come the iuea that there will'; corporated with the City Guardians! eye carl reach the Prairie is sooner or later be a pass-up of J in 1869, and though they hady'only r night on the Spokane Flyer on a vj-! u rove to to hig cousin A A Owing to the lateness of the hour j has recently acquired some land in Mr. Clock was so well [pleased with the land and the pros- pects of the country that he intends driving out tomorrow for the purpose and fragmentary. On Monday night the National Stock Co. presented what was ed as the "greatest western play on the boards" to a Messrs. Thos. Duce, J. Anderson, J. i ing others. A. Woolf, D. E. Harris, sr., Edw. J. Wood and S. Williams. Joe 11 ow moved his restaurant to- of making a selection, after which hejEaglcs' The returns to his home to look after his crop, wind up his affairs, and locale full house in the- company is very well balanced one and in spite of the stapc limitations as to cur- Mr. J. W. Watts, a brother-in-law 13. If the old shaft will last until jurisdiction over an area" covered by' For sport thcre is any of Mr. A. G. Scottar, has joined him J that great space between the 'one square mile, the annual rateable ahead of Taber- il is now Special music was rendered by the shoe repair .business. Original City and StafTordville 'is built up, ev- value had risen from until posed to start a lasvn tennis club. choir and the first hymn deeply mov- i ]y from England, Mr. Watts has erything will be 0. K. But if the it stood today at a in-'ilany lilflies have sig- the hearers through its approp- sPent some s'x vears in the U. S. en-.miners all move off to the new shaft of or a capitalzed nified thcir intcnLion of A riateness in thought and harmony. in "shoe building." We are j desert their present domiciles, to welcome him into -Kill our water pipes come in? The prayer was ]pri hy El- r Ja-s. May. The second hymn was new to the congregation. The f lit would be a f.r.e thing to have the icity increased by the addition of a speakers were all old time friends and! .THIRTY-EIGHT BODIES RECOV- !tnousand people and I think it could neighbors of the deceased. Patriarch! ERED possibly be done without very much Jno. A. Woolf being the first. He j Antwerp, May eipht Bo- cost to the citv- But if is not referred to the early friendship form- j dies have bfen recovered from the i to be sticker for a long time, cd back in the 'GO's when the valleys j wreckage oi the excursion train tele-; would be e. useless expenditure of of Utah were being settled. Other scoped at Contich six miles for both parties. old friends in the persons of Prcs. i east of Antwerp by the Antwerp Thos. Duct- and Wm. Wood discours-j Brussels express yesterday morning.] lt is UP to thc People to back up cd upon thc faithfulness, inoffensive-j Crown Princess Elizabeth arrived here! Dad and his council in his efforts to ness, and affability Of the dcccasc-d this morning and visited the wound-j make the city hotter and more citi- ificd by supporting the bylaws that value of 140 mil ions. i preliminary meeting was held at the As a matter of fact, the capitalized iresidencc of Mi's' K' F' DavieS on value of property in the City when the matter of was 250 miiioris sterling, and he suitable ground for the pic- tured to say that no other area in the pose was djscusscd having it world could claim such a record. properly laid out and rolled. About _______________ twenty ladies and gentlemen have al- ready intimated their intention of ixpccted FAIRBANKS FOR SECOND PLACE and encouraged his children present i ed. to foII0w in the path marked out for' them by his worthy life. Elder Wood's remarks were especially af- fecting. He wa-s the same as the deceased, the same belief in COUTTS NEWS Inspector Howard, E. X. W. M. thc .same good old Great Bri- i P- went into Lethbridge on Tuesday had shared the same expcr-iitncl Jences incident to the primary days in both Utah and Alberta. As there for the next two they arc- submitting to them for ap- jproval on the 8th of next month. If. j any one has got a sore spot on his j person because Darl did not .put a crossing just where he wanted it or because there has not boon a sewer Messrs. Corey Bros., railway placed where he thought it should lhavft gone to auit his own particular needs or if he has any petty gricv- for white haired veteran tmnblerl wit.h) tractors passfd through on Wednesday ance for ftny rCMOn whatovcr ho emotion and his voice broke into a. (with fifteen cars of horses and sink -t all in a votc for thc he could not suppress, there was inK outfit. to work on the ditch wclfarc of thc wnolc scarcely a dry eye in the house. Strathmore. iGet QUt and for fchc Elders arartin Woolf and S. Wil- Miss B.-gin and Miss K. Devine. of Wo ]w a worlhv'of Ulo liams followed briefly. Pros. "Eclw. J. Wood dwelt upon the willingness and suavity of manner ever manifest- ed by the deceased, encouraged his family.-to diligence and spoke of thc last conversation with and the last request of the deported, i.hc day be- fore his death, relative to members of his family and his wish concerning them. A large funeral cortege followed the remains to the "hillside" on the west Lethbridge, are visiting at Red River Ranch. Constable Canlkin has trans- ferred to Warner to take charge of the detachment there. Father Vantighem held service here on Wednesday and Thursday. Quite a number attended. Mr. T. M. Morgan of the Dominion Department of Agriculture was in town Saturday inspecting the dipping plant of the Department here. name until they are passed. U'c must have the streets graded no one is so blind as to deny that wo need more and bettor sidewalks. The city has; got a progressive council should be helped nlong. LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONER Edmonton, May F. Stevens secretary of the Alberta Farmers' association, has been apointcd Live Stock Commissioner for Alberta. Movement on Foot to Place Him on the Ticket with Taft WrishiDptoii. Mny in well joining and many more are to join. The Jlev. -Jones, rector of St. Theodore's church, we regret to say, 'is si ill in conyerjuence oi T.M no services were held last Sun- informed! dav, iCis expected that the Hev. here. He is only one of many in last few weeks land here. scenery, and space, who have taken up themselves admirably. When the new opera house is completed with itsx. Sir. J. J. Walton starts tomorrow to hreak up one hundred and twenty- five acres of land, which will be done with one of the gasoline engines and seven-furrow plows working here. Empire Day was fittingly celebrat-1 cd this (Friday) afternoon nt the Ta- ber Schools. The senior classes met at 2.30 p. m. in the principal's room and listened to an instructive pro- gramme of speeches and songs Am- ong those present who generously con tributed were. Messrs. Lay ton. Qui- bell, and Wing, of the school board. nnd Mr. Clampett, Mr. Owens, Primrose, Bishop Van Rev. Mr. Munro. Orrnan, Mr. anrl great stage accommodation we shall hope to see this company once more. On Tuesday night a very success ul social and dance was held in the- Eagles' Hall under the auspices of the English Church. Thc hall was dccoratt-fl The crlarr- beautifully and tastefully with bunting and flowers. of the electric lights was overcome w.ith hunting and shades. Tiic was all that could be desirerl so that ail present pronounced the affair a rpl.'jjdid success. Aboiit thirty select. couples participated in the .evening's Republican circled signs point to the j Mr. Gale, rural dean, will conduct rf-n.ommn.tion oi Charles Warren; the services on next Sunday. P'airbanks for Vice-President. Mr.j For the last week a large number Fairbanks has said specifically that'of men (.laps) Imve been working on hf: would not accept the the C.l'.Tt. line near here, renewing but those think they know what; the ties raiding the sM? irocks, is on the card? contend that Mr. ballast, trains are-kept constant, banks is too good a party man to hold j_________...............__________......__ out. against general insistence that his rc-nominaM'on is necessary for the party's good. IN SUNNY SOUTHERN ALBERTA (High River Times.) Adolph Nelson has 520 acres in fall xvheat, amd he says that there is not a bare spot in the whole 520 acres. The grain never looked as well as it doo-i at piv-.vr-nt, and Mr. Nelson ex- pects to fill his exchequer with about proceeds from the sale of grain from the 529 acres. There i.s a. Pink Pain Tablet madel by Dr. Snoop, that will positively .stop any pain, anywhere, in 20 min-j uti-.s. Druggists everywhere sell them 1 as Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets, but they ?top othor pains as easily as headsiches. Dr. Shoop's Pinlt Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain is all. Pain comes from blood congestion. Stop that pressure with Dr. Shoop'a Hcadach? Tablets and pain is instantly gone. 20 Tablets 25c. Sold by J. J. Johnson. s Maple Buds, Cream Bars and MilK Chocolate ire superb confections. Nothing to equal them. THE COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO festivities. tt'crlnesday afternoon thc school hoard sat as a court of revision to hear all appeals from the assessment recently made for school purposes. Quito a number of appeals were- heard ami disposed of satisfactorily and the assessment roll stands some hundred thousand dollars or more larger than that of last year. Some time' ago a movement was started hy the Coleman Council to- have a poll tax levied upon all males over twenty-one years of age. Thc matter was brought to the attention of the other councils of the towns in the Puss with the result that a delc- palioii was sent to wait upon the go- vernment to lire-sent this anrl imitters to them. They were met ry graciously and most of their r-> quests granted among them the one re the poll tax. At the last month- ly pay day !ht: 1'irst annual tax collected amounting to over 5.1.100. Though yesterday was thc di-.y when the stores should have closed in the afternoon most of them remained' open and closed today so that the proprietors, clerks, etc., might at- tend the races at Blairmorc. A largo number went down on thc and report good sport. ;