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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SUPPLEMENT TO lEe Lethbridge Herald FINE CROPS AxMON�.ST THK FAKJIKHS iiosK Hurris; jjistuut. WoiKlorfui AtTfugo of t'lits on Ffcsii-ly Tiinietl So the tolluwmg retiinis pur ncre: Coe Bros. 2!? luishcls of whont. -17 Inishcl.s of OHl^4. Air. Whitoa^'e 28 hnshols of wkoat ,'>5 Inishvls of oats. Mr. Irtiwliowsv, 17 Jmslwls of wheat ir> luishi'ls of oats. .\ lirothi^'r of Mr. Ixnvhouse. '28 bii.�hrl.'; of wheat; ar.Jl -10 I'u.shi-U o! oat.s. Mr., 2'1 liiish�>ls of wlioat and '>0 bu.'ihpl.s of oat.'i. .Mr. I'o.slnisin i!2 Ini.s-lii-ls of \vbct .'57 Inishcl.s of oa't.s. Mr. .Mtu.';. '2iS hii.ThcI.'; of Hhi'al.itvl 45 liu."h,'ls of oat.s. Mr. Kiiiatiir, 25 liu.shel.s of �l)oa'.. ;45 liiiwhi'l.s of oats. Hailf Mro.s.. '2~ hii.shels of wheat, T).") liushv'I.s of oats. nr;R-p Iteai,'1p. liuRheBB-of oats. Mr. Hiwie, 10 hushels trials. Air. Ibcker. oO bushels of oa^f.-i. Mr Vijin liyke, 785 bushels of on;: from 30 acivs Mr. Ufajrlo sa.vs that the o!ii.�; wpre all sown on sod just t\irn".l thi.s ypar. .All tho fi-rain '\s beir.jt nmrk..'tcnl ��t lv"tl)l)ri(lg�. A LOCAL BUDGET. K. H. Owen is back from Minneapolis. , L. U'erts has gona to Helena, Montana, to atLouci school. 1 E. 0'Koniinlon Inuijigration agent at Ifelfast, is iu the city. C. K. r. (Jolj:il^eart� will te Crow.'i l'ro.�eculor at the Supnonie Court no-M month. ; Sriss Eva Hiirkor of Cardston lias taken a position in tho olllc� of H. Bowman. Owing to the lack of a |nioruui no meeting of the Board of Tratlc was hold last night. i J. er tired onin.'bus ai'CoiiiinodatinK ten or lif-twn !.K>oplu. Jos. Bolencourl an employee of C. S. Crest, was kicked by a horse today and had two ,ribs broken. Dr. Tiillcr abter-fled hini. . 'I'hu lOagrles held a social evening on TiK'sday evening, iihich was liUHr-ly oii.ioyed by the biff crowd pice.s/'ni. A biR smoker is to he held soon. A rmnor has been current around the city that .1. .). Hill lias iKjUc-hl the .\n,crta lUiilway. 'Hit as far as the Meraltt can gather theiv is no truth in it. Ugv. Wxn. I{eid the new I!ai)tiKl pastor, arrived .vosterday and ad -dr^essed the pra.ver meeting last nii;ht. \\c \\v\ conduct Vmth .services on Sunday. llishop Van Orman of.Taber is in the city. Work is to lie coniiiniMivivl at once on the now nie-etting It will be H0x70, son>ewhat larger \ WANTED First class general ag-ent for the Ijethbrldg'e district for one of Canada's loading L/ii'e Insurance Com -panics, oivly those who can produce good business novd apply. I'crsonal ai)pIication desii^ed. Apply stating advance retiuired against the best general agents contract. SVin ftifn Assurnnce Company of Canada, Calgary, AUxsrta. ENTER LEAGUE Lolhl'ridge Decides in Favor 'uJ' Professional Ball. ^ i Salary Limit Fi-ved at $1,200 Month. I'er WANTED. Good general servant wanted. ply Mrs, ('. M. Arnold, Lctlibrid,'ie. WANTICD. Cook Wanted.-For moss. Apply to the ofRccr conimanfl ing K. X. W. M. v.. Lpthbri-dge. I-oth!t)ridgxs decided to enter the new Western Canada professional baseball league, after a confor3ne�; on Monday in tvliioh .\ld. Oliver, F. |W. Barnes, N. K. Macleod, Fred iRootiey, H. E. Mielmch and C. .'. ['ckstorm participated. The league nu?t here the san*e ctli - .... 'brid!;-e as the �delegates. The ollloers this di\ns'on , . . , , , . , elected were Bruce Robinson. Cal - gary. President; A. E. Humphries. ____ I vicc-nresi'dent. Mr. Kobinson will al- J5\^^|,;^ !so bo secretary and treasurer. F,d- house on Bomp:--s motitorj, Tj(�thbri'dg�, Calgary an?thbridge. TO RKNT. .N'iee lint to rent conla.ning sev-n rooms. .'\i>pl.v to Mrs. U. .Vdam, east of Baptist Church. NEWS FI!OM RAYMOND. Iy,>ihbriare joined her hus-liand after her .several months so- toivn. Mii.sic and art were the suiijecls of discuKsitin at, the inonthl.v mie kiivdergiirteii The .\.O.F. dance last evening Has deiiartiiiein nolo singing could li,,'j a huge success. Nearly S.'i coup'.-s tuug-ht and as the pupils adva'icnl | were j^rcsent. Harr'Or's orchestra they could learn the scale and ol her | furni.shefl fine music and a soo�l sup- ' th.s actual ;Por was serv(>d under the direction of ihorso Budd ^as elected I about by .Tohn Mitchell's telegram to succeed A. E. Moorn as secretary- of .Sept. 11: "Give non-union men treasurer. ' organization and it is expected the hotel will nt)ened for business again in a few days. .A numiber of land men have bt�n in town this wx^ek find bought up ;cpnsiderablo im[)rovpH^l land near the ACCfDE.N'T TO MRS. ROY. be ! pay check-off, otherwise they should to work with them." And m-I suiting in strike. As this .s what the men struck for ami -what the eompan.v will not conewle, therefore no further progress could 'lie Keen disappointment is felt by , men and there Ms talk on streets of form-n% m!\v union and approacWrg company. feniuil matters from siiiiaing. Mr. O. It. .Johnston of the Board of I-Vlucntion also , spoke br.ef-ly The general sentiment of the le.ich'rs was in favor of having the niiisic taught under the direction of a .�iierial mu.sic teacher. .^Jj.sK .\'e�vti)n'K paper on the Vlastie Art was an alile exnos.tion of r.he scil>ie(-( of mod-elling The construct- i IV mentionwl ,n connection with the ion side of the child's nature is very mayoralty. Some of those si^gested imi.nilnut and should be u.s�i ami ^ffr Mdermen are Sheriff Young, C. triiined. Even in hipher grades mod- ,G. K. Noursc and T. M. Pierce in ellinir is iLseful in many subjects �s ^addition to those named last week, drawing and sreograph.v. R. .;. Baldry. rj. W. of Magrath has t'hieshetl 7(.149 bu.shels of wheat and hns over ,5.000 bu.fhels left in the stack. H'is total yield places tho average at 32 bushels. This i.s not the product of irrigated land. The name of Thos. McNo^^b is /-ee- 20 Brick-layers Wanted Quick BEST WAGES REX VIRTUE, Lethbridge I The gymnasium class at the Young I Men's Club will l"e held on Tuesday and Fri.00 for the season including in-' .s-tnictlon, use of gymnasium and baths. COiVSFi^RVATTVE CANDIDATE fS[(ecial to Heralcl> Montreal, Quelxjc, Novomllwr 8~ Tfie Conservatives nominate*) P. .T. Ciinan for St. Ahnes divi.sjor.>. Mrs. M. E. Roy figured in a nm-awa.v accidert yesterday. Shi' 'vns driving along: Round St. when the b?came frijjihtencd. swerved around and overturned the buggy, upsotting Mrs. Roy on the ground. She was slightly stunned and wa.s taken into Dr, Tuller's office. AGENTS ARRIVE. Mr, Hunt and Mr. Billington 'he two gentlemen representing the Claud Amsden Opera Company have arrived from CaVgary where the com-whi?ra ' pany played five nights, breaking all it was found the principal iniuries records at tiho Lyric Theatre. Mr. were bruises. Mrs, Roy Is much im- Hunt will make a canvass for tick- proved today. BAIL REFrSED FOR McGTLL. (Specal to Herald,'! Toronto, Ont , Nov, 8.-Chos. Mc-Gilli, general manaper of Ontario Bank offered S2.5,000 hail hut it \< as refused hy macistratc. CONTEST IN NEW YORK. ets and if he has the proper encour-;ageTnent w?II fill two nights here prcsentifng the great New York sue -cess, "The Governor's Wife" and Gilbert and Sullivans everlasting comic opera "The Mascot" on two nights next week. The sheet for tho first choice of seats will be at IM;?-inbothatn's Drug Store and 5'ou are requested to have your name registered todn.v if you rar.'t call, v.-rite or phone .your name in at Oxnc*.^. fSpecial to Herald.) New York, Nov. 8.-Chas. E. Hughes majority is 52,000. Ijewis Stuyvesant Chandler, Democrtvt, is elected Heutenar.t governor. Returns of minor candidate not to hand, but Republicans have held their own. Coiigrcssni'an Hoar, of Massachus -setts, is dead. .TERRY FROM KERRY, Jerry from Kerr.y is a funn.v luusi -cal farce comed.y and vaudeville attraction, Jerry from Kerry, 'ti which that cheerful, comic character is tho central figure, is to be presented shortly in tliis c.ty. This will be welcome news to all clinsses of theatregoers. ;