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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A LOCAL_BUDGET WEDNESDAY A. H. MsKeown has been uuder JDr. CJalbraith's caro for the past lew but expects to be out again, in a day or two. Ten houses will have to be moved m the construction the approach to tho nt'W Mr. J. G. Robertson returned from a business trip to Calgary. J. II. Clinton of Calgary has taken a position with the Lethbridge Sadd- lery Co. Chas. Giilman, of Butte, Mont., has een eugagc-s to manage the Leth- Lridge Steam Laundry. Miss Mamie this mor- -ning on the Spokane Flyer for her .home in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie, of Macleod Alta., who have been spending the at the Coast, were in town this week, and left a few days ago for Victoria and the Sound accom- panied by Miss Martin, lady superin- tendent of the-Royal Columbian. Hos- Saturday Sunset. A Tennis Jamboree" has been organized with Harold Cook Secretary Treasurer. The member- rhip is limited to twelve in number, tho majority of whom are bank clerks Ladies are strictly prohibited from becoming members of the "Jamboree Tennis Club." The members practice every night at their court near the Immigration Hall. The club desires days: W. R. Virtue, frame cottage, Redpath St., estimated cost, W. Rv Virtue, 'frame dwelling, Rod- path St., Mr. J. Ned'ham, brick cottage, cor. Botnpas and Smith St.; Jas. Fiske. .brick dwelling, Alex. 'Smith concrete dwelling, Glyn, Macleod Gazette: A very quiet but pretty wedding took place this morn- ing in the Catholic Church where Miss Grace Spencer, was in marriage to Mr. W. Navin, now of Nanton. The bride was beautifully attired in a gown of point, lace over silk and was given away by her fa- ther, Mr. S. A. Spencer. The brides- inafd. Miss Flossie Spencer, looked most becoming in a lovely gown of crepe de Cheine, while the office of groomsman was filled by ajapst. in- timate friend of groom -in the son of Dr. W. Stcdinan. Ray Craig has been appointed driv- er for the new fire team. Miss Evelyn McKay has accepccd a position at the Dominion Lane's office Miss Lillian Macdonald leaves to- night to spend the holiday at Frank, and Crow's Nest. TUEiDAY J. Whitney expects to cut his lurst'Crop of alfalfa this woelc. Adam Zilliax of Humboldt, Sask., formerly jeweller of this city, is spending a few days in the city. {Jos. McKynny has been elected to GU a vacancy in the Claresholrn council. A. Rarmichicke brought in a car of effects from Eckman, N. D., yester- day, and will locate in this district. A child of Sirs. Holt fell into the irrigation ditch on Argyle AVC. and was nearly drowned. J. O'Dell res- cued .the child just in time. F. Reeve has disposed of a.half section seven miles southwest of the city to Mr. Hogland from North Da-' kota, who will become a settler. The young men on the Bank of Commerce Staff and the C. P. K. engineers camped on the river bot- tom from Saturday until last night. .A. L. Foster has sold a section of land adjoining his wheat farm south of Coaldale to Mr. Wiltse, of Winni- peg. The sale was made through Messrs. Hatch and Coons. Miss B. K. Harrison went to Medi- John Lister of the Orm of McClurejcine Hat last niffllt to attend the Stewart wont to Bow Island this Women's Missionary Society Conven- morning to visit his aunt, Mrs. Geo. Calder. W. N. Mcllwraith of the Wood-Gun- dy Co., brokers, Toronto, is in the city today making his regular tour in that city this tion to be held week. Rev. A. A. Lytle, pastor of Westmin- ster Church, has been successful in passing his final examinations and Qf Dominion Exhibition ALBERTA June 29th o July 9th, 1908 ii; Pns-A- n, Slrob'eJV Air" 9Ist Iowa >S, Buildings I? f Trained .Reduced Knees l Canada. West Your Write for descriptive t mphJet to E. L. Manager IN THE PUBLIC EYE SASKATCHEWAN'S CAPITAL Parliament Buildings to Be Completed by July 1910 of the country looking over the mun-1 will come up for ordination at con- ference iii June. _ Stewart was a candidate in the The Mason Land Co. have placed a icipal debenture business for the firm. J. A. McGuffin of New Westminster B.C., and formerly of this city, ir- matches with other clubs' rivcd last niSht to sPend a few to arrange in the city. A. J. Kennedy, representing Mac- donald and Addy, contractors, of JButte, Mont., is in the city today. He secured an option on the irriga- tion contract at Gleichen. Mr. Ken- nedy expressed himself as being sur- prised at the rapid growth of the city during the past four years. He [in the city. H. E. Micbach and W. H. McMullen returned from an automobile trip to Claresholm this morning. With others threshing oiitnt and a steam plough- ing outfit on their land in the Gras-! The Liberals of the Federal constit- uency of Calgary have one of the most popular candidates of Western Canada in Chas. J, Stewart, who Eegina, Sask.. May Tenders for will again carry their banner at the fche new pariiament buildings are to election contest. Dr. be called for within the next ten days and the plans for the big buildings a are now completed, specifications to eral elections in l904- ani1 made plendld fiffht consider turned out very ghorfly_ In sy Lake District. a.t work breaking. Nedham of the Mason Land engines occa5ion which he had in' j Legislature today the Premier stated j vited public office in any capacity. that it was hoped to have the build- The doctor, was born 1'n Russel Coun- Co. arrived yesterday from Harvey, N who have been in the country they j jn company with A. R. Miller, who ty, Ontario, in 1871, and, after pass- rs completed by July 1910. The cost will be a million and a half. ing through the high school at Pres-1 Brick and stone or all stone will be I state that the crops never looked bet- iter. Cazier Bros., contractors of Card- ston. will brinff their outfit up from states that no town in the West Creek in a few days to made the advancement that Leth- bridge has during the past few years. Business conditions here are much bet ter than in Montana. THURSDAY Miss Mable McLeay left this morn- ig to enjoy a short holiday at Banff Rev. J. M. Harrison returned this morning from attending the district meeting at Macleod. About fifty couples enjoyed the week ly dance at the Bijou last night. The floor and music were all that could be desired. G. W. Robinson, secretary treasurer jof the city, with his wife and family, left for Victoria this morning to en- joy a month's vacation. on their contract on the cut-off Wlieii Uwir outfit is at work there1 will be two hundred and twenty-five teams at work between Lethbridge and Macleod. Supt. Jas. 0. Wilson gave a "stag bridge last evening in honor of Mr. Justice Scott. Those present were besides the 'guest of the evening, C. G. K. Xourse, J. R. Anderson, E- H. Wilson, .1. W. McNicoll. B. M. Jones, and F. 0. Hyde. In the absence ol Mrs. Wilson Miss Dixie made a char- ming hostess. 'F. J. Deane, of Xelson, recently the proprietor and editor of the' Nelson Daily News, and probable Liberal is looking'over the district with al'cott was a teacher for a number of in construction and when 'years, being principal of the More-, members of the house were asked for wood public school.: He- then took an expression of opinion on that-point up the study of medicine, 'passing'the majority, favored the stone ex- through the McGIll class of 1901: clusively. There was a difference of Gordon B. Porter will open an Am- erican style lunch counter which will be called the "Boston Lunch" in the punbar building as soon as it is finished, Mr. Porter is aiming to conduct a first class establishment and will employ white help only. John. R. Galvin, District Vice Pres- ident, was at Mitford, near Coch- rane, Alta., last week, and succeeded in organizing a new local of the U. II. TV. of A. About thirty members joined the local. Mr. and Mrs. Humphries of candidate for At the district meeting in Maclecdj "ency in the Dominion house to suc- D. Austin was appointed to w- H. Galliher, M.P., was in the tl conference as the lay representa- yesterday looking over a coal tive from Lethbridge. Long Bros, of the Western York are spending a few days in Lethbridge and Cardston visiting visiting Mr. Humphries' brother and sister. A. E. Humphries and Mrs. Wm. Laurie of Cardston. E. N. Hig-inbotham has n .Ply- mouth Rock hen that is starting m the Kootenay- constit- U) make records On Saturday fOe laid an egg that measured 7 inches aroi5ncl the ends and the side, being four inches long and weigh with the highest honors. Shortly af- opinion as to whether Calgary or Tin- ter this he came to the west and be-: dall stone should be used but it was gan the practice of his profession in' stated that Canadian would be util- Calgary, where he' has the highest re-! ized exclusively. The new bridges spect of all. The doctor is well j are being built across Wascana Lake known in sporting "circles, from the to connect with the grounds, one at active interest -be has always street being built under con- He has also-tract and one at Broad street by pri- in amateur athletics. done everything ,in hxs. power to ad- son labor, x-ance the interests of baseball: He; The provincial asylum is to be is a member of the Oddfellows, For- built this year at some point in the esters.. Sons of Scotland, and other'north of the province. The Premier fraternal societies, and in religion is'declined to state the exact location a Presbyterian. 'of the institution but said that there j were four places under -consideration Flemming. provincial'.of which Saskatoon was one. 1 of which Saskatoon- was not one. proposition. He went on to peg last -night. ig 3J ounces, jtfext? -Edmonton Bulletin: Denham Mc- Co. have secured, the contract on the' For several days there has been excavation for the new school and j some quiet talk as to A. M. Nan- the transfer of all the building'rna-j ton's present mission to England, terial. The started excavating this! Some. u-ho say they know maintain putting on eight that among other things he will James Kidd secretarv of New Brunswick, was born in the parish of Woodstock, on'oue had obtained departmental infor- April 27, 1S6S. He is of Irish Par-'matlon in connection with the par- entage and resides at Peel, where hejchase of a site for Moose Jaw t court house and jmH that- in- ior Private advantage, the ing in 1S90. He is-a Presbyterian. ISlte bemS tumed to the govern- Mr. Flemming was first elected t0'ment at an advance of on the 1900 be paid for it a few weeks pre- Lean, the manager of the Union Bank 'the Legislature in January, at Fort Saskatchewan, is in the city and again returned as a member j inorning and are teams tomorrow. Reports arc highly pleasin: gard to the alfalfa. It never looked better In this district and will soon be ready for the first cut. make the necessary arrangements for in re- j putting the public square on the mar ket for business sites. F'. S. Leffingwell of Warner- is., in the city today. He brought with A meeting of the Lethbridge local, j him SQTne particularly fine samples of Socialist Party of Canada, will be' winter wheat from his district. The held this evening at S o'clock at theiwheat stands from eighteen to twcn- residence of Mr. S. Larson, North! ty-two inches high and is in perfect Ward. Business: election of officers j condition. The spring crops are very, reorganization. All interested fine ancl everything points to a bum- today, having come to meet Mrs. Mc- Lean, who has been visiting her par- ents in Lethbridge for the past month. Rev. J. M. Harrison was the recip- ient of a handsome token of esteem -on Satuiday. Quan Koy, one of Medicine Hat's prosperous business men, who attended Mr. Harrison's church there, presented him with a fine ebony, gold headed cane. Rev. J. p. Berry, B. A., of Lang- dou, was the preacher at the ing service in the new Westminster for Carleton County at the general election in 1903. '.Ward Chipman Hazon Grimmer, sur veyor general of New Brunswick, was born in St. Stephen, Charlotte coun- ty, which he now represents on Oct. 31, 1S5S, and is a son of George S. and Mary A. Grimmer. He was edu- cated at Fredericton and took his B. A. and M. A. degrees at the univer- connection was sufficiently serious to warrant the public accounts commit- tee holding an investigation and ex- amining the real'estate agent who put through the deal. WERE THEY MARRIED New York, May report that Prince Helie De Sagan and Madame Gould were married in Hoboken, N. are invited to attend. The license comrrnssioners at their j thousand meeting yesterday renewed the license of the Auditorium Hotel, Nanton, j construction of The Board will meet in Macleod on i May 26, to consider the application Of John of Grassy Lake and oth- ers. A. E. Ives sold four lots at the corner of Ernest ancl Bonipas St. to j Rex. Virtue, who intends to erect res- I idences on them in the near future, j J. M. Reding heas leased his res- tanrant to T. Desmond of Calgary who takes charge tomorrow. Mr. Reding is moving into his house in Ward. in every one of the -five j church. North Ward, on Sunday, isity. He married Bessie E. Gove on !J" before sailed for on Nov. 2-1, 1SS4. tion of 1S99 h x Alberta Red 87 law practice in his native city. In Xo o Alberta Red 84 1S95, he was gazetted a: lieutenant in 3 Alberta Red 77 No. 2 White 80 W. Virtue has taken out a permit for a small dwelling on Rcdpath St. C. F. P. Conybeare is repairing the j wall in the rear of his block on Round St. The following building permits have been taken out during the past few We Are Showing A nico line of new 8ou- Leather goods suit- able for mailing gifts. -QUALITY QUARTERS- J. J. Johnston Prescription Druggist Maple Creek to spend with his brother. The work on the trestle approach to the bridge is rapidly near ing pleti0n.. The piles, two hundred and in number, have all N-cn driven and the gang is now at work laying the deck. B. Lanigan of Winnipeg, assist- ant general freight traffic manager for the C.P.R. is spending tho .lay in the city consulting business men on matters pertaining to his rifinn.rtinftrit. j J. Halstead, of Calgary, ihe district freight t.sjent is with him. A number of prominent cattle a" unsuccessful candidate were in the. city yesterday. Among others, W. H. Fares, of Gordon, Iron sides Fares. Winnipeg, H. A. Mul- ling. of Winnipeg, Col. Mackie and E. R. Lowe of the Mackie ranch, River. A. P. Day of Medicine Milk Hat, W. E. Bedingfield of High River, and A. J. McLean of Calgary. Messrs. Lowe and Mull ins went to Cardston last "How's tiie tiayand now's the hour" to mail youij cousins across the sea or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to distant friends such aa LETHBRIJJGE SOUVENIR BOOK- LETS, PHOTO POST CARDS OF LETHBRIDGE AND VICINITY. TUCK'S FINE ART CALENDARS IVORY AND EMBOSSED CHRIST- MAS CARDS BURNT LEATHER SOUVENIRS. J. D, Higinbotham Co. LIMITED Family Dispensing Choca late MAY GO WEST An Interesting Rumor About Armand Lavergne Mr. Montreal, May rumor was current in political circles to the ef- fect that Mr. Armand Lavergne, mem- ber of the Dominion Parliament for Montmagny, would not be a contest- ant for the seat at the next general elections. It is stated that he intends going west to Edmonton to practice law. Mr. Lavergne is yet a young man, having been born at Arthabask- aville in 1830. He was first elected to the House of Commons at a bye-elec- tion in February, 1904, and was re- elected at the general elections the same year. His wife is a daughter of the Hon. P. H. Roy, K. C., Speaker the Quebec legislature. York county. A year ago he was el- j ccted mayor of Fredericton by accla- mation. The new solicitor-general is a good platform speaker. .Barley per foriFlax per Robert Maxwell, the senior member for St. John who enters the New Brunswick cabinet without portfolio, was born in. Fredericton -on June 17, bus............. 50 bus............. 85 Dressed Poultry- Turkeys ..............per Ib..... 20 Ducks ................per Ib..... 18 Geese .................per Ib..... 18 Chickens per Ib....... 16 Cattle on Steers per Ib....... 4 Cows per Ib.......... 3 1853. He married on May 23, 1S7S, Pamilea T. of St. John. Mr. Maxwell was an alderman for! per cwt....... the cits' for scvan years and lias been Live per cwt deputy mayor, and warden of the municipality of the city and the coun ty of St. John. In business he is a successful contractor and builder. He was first elected to the legislature at a bye-election for the city of St. John on Dec. 30, 1004. Brassed per cwt. Dairy per Ib. Creamery per Ib. Eggs per doz. Potatoes cwt. Turnips per Ib....... NO JURISDICTION Fernie, May Judgment was. given today in the case against Wil- liam Douglas, president, Charles Gar- ner, secretary and William White- house all of local union, for breach of section 60 of the Industrial Disputes Act, The court held that the objection taken by W. A. Mactfonald, K. C., of Nelson, who appeared for the men, that the court had no jurisdiction to consider the application, was upheld and the application was dismissed. No. 2 2fc 30 35 25 90 1 Onions per Ib.......... 4 Parsnips per Ib............. 3i Carrots per Ib.......... 2 Upland per ton Blue Joint per ton Green or frozen per Ib. Dry flint skins Cured hides lUndered No. 1 par Ib. per Ib. 2i to 3 7 to 7i 3 to "THE STORE OF QUALITY." SEED! SEED! FOR GARDEN FIELD Select what you want early and don't be disappointed. We have Steele Briggs, D. M. Ferry Co., and McKenzie's Manitoba Grown Nelson PHONE 21 LETHBEITOE THE O. W. KERR Q. SOUTHARD BLOCK Make Good to the Purchaser Have the best of Lands Sell on Liberal Terms Rooms II and 12 Make Some Sales on Crop Payment Boy in Large Tracts at Low Prices Sell Anything from 160 Acres op Lands around Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lands YOU WISH TO BUT ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The cnoicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge S U D D El N D EIATH S Life is uncertain, and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make: your will and appoint this Company your executor, as it is a 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 TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, ITD. Head Office, Toronto Capital and Reserve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge, Macleod, Calgary, and Wetas.ki.win Judicial Districts Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West, Calgary. A. GK EOSS, Manager. Sew Dayton Hotel Good accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN WHITESEL, Proprietor Firsjt-class Livery in. con- nection THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 62 46 Macleod, rain 57 45 Calgary, rain 56 3S Lethbridge, fair 49 42 Medicine Hat, cloudy 72 50 Winnipeg, cloudy 54- 50 Bulletin From Central Office Rain has fallen in eastern Manito- ba and some heavy rain with thun- derstorms in Alberta. The weather in the prairie provinces has been mo- derately warm. Forecasts: Manitoba, Some scatter- ed showers but mostly fair and cool. Alberta and Saskatchewan, some showers, but partly fair and cool. Perfection Fanning Guaranteed to remove weeds from wheat and flax, grass seed, etc. H. FOWLER all noxious oats, barley, LETHBRIDGE. CO. ALBERTA I Want Money Will 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 FOR THE PAST WEEK Max. Min. May 19 20 21 22 23 69 50 65 82 73 41 40 38 41 42 42 WANTED Position as lady's companion on ranch. Apply Box E., Herald Office. 27-0 SASKATCHEWAN UNIVERSITY Rpgina, May F. Angus, manager of the Bank of Montreal, Regina, was appointed chairman of the Saskatchewan university board of governors; and D. T. McGoll, dep- uty commissioner of education and registrar of the university, was elect- ed secretary of the board. Ask for Minard's and take no other. ALBERTA REALTY Co Will exchange City Property for Farm Lands or ParmrEands for City Property We have the buyers. List your property with us ;