Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tliurklay. November 24, 1910 THE DAILY HEKALD s BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number'of fens hardy Flowering Shrubs tliat are perfect-; ly hardy on the prairie and will thrive there year alter'year, getting more beautiful every send you a selection of twelve ihats misrcqming all; will be blooming at different peripds Iroin rfallsj Wiesrelias, twoftb three .feet, high, j; vahfe' ffff eetxoiT, all plrep txfcy piiuJ nearest CONFERENCE explained by them To Fjflhtthc Awthbrititt, ME BUFFALO? have' i.rthe state government 'Of' the 5f 80 "head of the Pablo buffalo .park Michel Pablo, owner, [J, spend- if tablishing his 'claim before the' -JJnited States the his right- to do, what he jlikes. them. The "conference held, -between... .Douglas and the warden, of which} was.. Tiel'd 'las'tj w.eeK, resulted in 'hoVsatlsfacjtorj- 'con.clusibii ..reached.' "in' f abtr the- Montana This is the- the .-latest'1 d'eveiopmeht' the catioks-'whicir arose over 'the proposal- to have been sold authorities persisted -Howard 'Douglas, paries, 50 mong the'' herd "were to offhand which pro-' the game auth-r oritfes r_... News'.. of acuon of the Mcuataiia .was ".--brought ,-bjaclr to- ;by :MrI 'Douglas .returned- -from' -com- -for." "the; ship- ment brr a. '.carload of buffalo" from the their attitude that' cdntror'the buffalo; decision .-with regard to by issuing instructions cation of" the Mr. Douglas; case is -being court' of Between -.tiie: state lawyers counsel lo has; employed. A decision -ought to down de- cision goes will-carry the ease right to the federal courts at 1 -As an-, Indian, ,and a ward of, the federal government, 'Pab.- iJtarWainwright [-ib 'Will .claim protection, of >lqntana_ government have What he claims to.be'his pr'ope'rtv; ATCARDSTON Uardston, Nov., 23. The tegular, con rerence" on "the" 19th and 20th 'brought many people to. .Caf d.ston. The good weather favored travelling, and -part- ies drove from Clareshoiim, Staveley and Orton, as well ag all the nearby settlements" to "'attend "the meetings, There was a State Officers' reunion on Friday "evening. -On at- 10 a.m., .the conference opened regu- larly with..' a good .attendance, which was augmented somewhat at the p.m.- session. Reports were given as to the gener- al conditions of the people in the Al- berta State by President S. Williams, bf the Relief Societies by Mesdames Jane and- Rhoda Mlnmau and former Mary S. -Woolf; of.the'Pi-i- mar'y .Associations by Mrs; ISmilj' Bige- initructiye remarks from'i-the members: of the High Council, were made at each; session. The Sunday, Schools were reported, on Sunday mpm ing by Assistant Superintedent.-pVvpe Woolf, and ..'by Superinteadent Coomb.; These are in a; flourishing, -cbiidition The last-named showed that par- ents ..classes were active and working for "the" betterment of our, as the Cardston school had appbihte'd' a committee to draft a Aiberta .government asking am- endments 'to "'the- .Liquor diriance affecting local option This be .circulated -by thejpar-, ants classes .throughout their local; op-. tlon an-d-wiil if- granted' erially aid i'ih reducing illicit On '.'.Sunday evening the Men's -Mutual Improvement Associa- tion home- steaders, 35 miles wer.e, in on" Saturday and groceries. Mr. Gordon Dewar, visiting his Jfatten. Thos. Humphrey ".w-ia's Coutts'on. Friday to get Mrs. A. E. Dunham, -Of SweeT G-rass, "j. W. Bevan. also of Claresholm, -.was dmitted United States a i'ew flays ago. He announced that nis des- j ination was Ch-ester, Mont. He brought with him by rail some cattle, poultry and farming fjiplemeiit'or '.'emigrant from Canadian also to ;nester, Mont., 'is- Jbhii "Dldenfaiiea, f Nanton, .Alta. He was driving ilrough, anil .bad. Six- jeinarkably fine i hie usefl. Humphrey, -sold .iTis'.m ter of ".'that" to sell, in? Sweet one' 'is- siter to -Customs F.; tehdent Schools ty in' t held" in-', Kn6K I'Methodist nigh't to. cbiis-ider' tlie.' OiristniHS.; trees for of the town-. afr ,Rcv. -Or, Cropp rprosided. It..w'as-de- "cf'ded' to .have two trees churcl'i; ;pno for'the-Sunday cKildrcn. said for.-'-Qi'e'.chiidreni-oi', the? -whp.did not .Conunititecs 'were appointe'd .ta'. Jecjt' tiie..necess'arv "funds raiikt'-, the': purchases f or tHe all :blher.'-arrangements. Rev. G-. Cropp Bellevue on Sundajr evening on 'TvGs-' "siqnary' Enterprise. It will "also, 'MrT Cropp's -hiv who was suddenly taken ill last week i Frank on to tajip to a LetKbridge'lToapifal" "igT; rejported to be improving 3s6 that will est .spring" as 'the motor' p'ower In this sariixg up AJontana O. "A. ah'" immigranV of appointment 'Jvlr-- -Pro-pp has .only b.eerb.iE short time.' "but "he has" made 'many iriends and1 admirers: an'earnest 'and eloquent, nreacher.'- and regretr A _ Alliance, wh'p ave His destina- passed through Monday a number Mrs, W. Pearson's Jriends .met at their shack, for an old fash'ioa- air quietly married, at Medicine Coal, Ice and. MAYING Western Transfer (Sompany "LONG Proprietors. next Arcade. '..Phope Draying promptly: attended1 to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone ,586. 'Office Opposite Methoditt Church. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. -Sal-.- tafactlon guaranteed. Live" stock and implements a -specialty; Smith, 414 Wood Alberta. Reculav' sales -at J. C. Graves' Sale on the second aad fourth Tuesday, of each month, -i'- DELIVERY WAGGONS All Hand Made. V V Best Materials and Workmanship. L, H. FOWLER CO.; Corner Smith and Dufl'erm Streets. Hat. Jast Wednesday. ;r "Mr, Forrest, representing- ey Harris Co., in town on Friday transacting 'business. v jvi.r. ;Strahd. of Seven was last Piiday looking over "the' town, with a, view of 'putting in a liv- ery and feed barn and dray jjne. turned from Berthold, N. D., the past v, and report crops very light down ,in.tii3.t country. .-El P. Helgerspn is improving his office building by laying a new floor, putting in a large plate window siding the building, which will add very much to the looks of it, Mr. of the Farmers' Lumber. in "town the past week. new lumber shed being built by the" Citizens Lumber is fast going be a.fftr larger one when completed. The Fanners Lumber Co. have then- large sign board over their shed ready to have the sign painted, W. R, Finlay has built a lors' hall on his farmstead ouc half mile south of town. Jesse Nelson has also made" exten- sive improvements on his building. TO QUIT FLYING York, Nov. is announc- ed-here that. Count De Lesseps.. will quit aviating when he weds Miss Mac- .Konzie, of Toronto. The Mackenxies and. De Lesseps arc going to Mexico snortly. pull.' They made merry with games and taffy, pulling, until 3 a.m., when all retired to their homes well pieasedi'with their evening.: 'Mr. Jake De Vvies has built a new .cottage, also a It is sup- posed'that the new. cottage points to the' prospect of a new "housekeeper near future, and we won't bach any more. had ra'fge attenaance at service on'Sunday morning, as'tisiial. in the "evening an attentive course given C. .Moss. Monday, November 11, Fred Cox had' an auction, sale of ma- chinery and household ton as Lethbridge, Coutts on Thursday. of -Customs lobe'rty, vph'o hav'pei-son'al: chirge of United States pert ol Sweet Grass, as Just -3, Pf cparted Saturday morning for" the East .the capital city will be in his itinerary CoWoseph, jp, special--agent of the .United States Treasury 'depart- on Friday.' 'Airs. T..O. is fc-tt amongst- the memhcrs and ad- herenlij the ehujch, at wno'has been visiting during.the past home- .Departure. on Saturday.' T Robert Bolton: and -jtecry- I. 'both'- weir: -Known in. >Coutt'st. -left.. eral days ago .Columbia, where they have se'curecl DOWER LAW Nov. of the Women's Labor League'-lasfr.ey- ening, the .Dower law was. discussed, imd it finally decided to petition, tile .Stttic -suVcfiiHieiiD to .Have the same time for Ms "fruit" Bos'-] jaw "placed'on the "statute books. .If. ;i-: Hng views or the jeague WHn'the drawing-tip of the'prdvisions. visiting at' the Red- "RiVef ranch. "Lr Bert Farriell, former-foreman "of band's the- wife would -be :lto the extent ot realized good prices- for everything sold. He refused the highest bid on the land of per acre. When iron Springs property can.-bring that .pries at auction, it surely .shows .that "jjeop'je nave great faith'in'che 'future oflron Springs district. .AVe, notice thai the'CLP. lowed for a townsite on Sec. 28-11-20. iiurrah i'or the good workr" plowing', both breaKing and stubble plowing have been going on steadily ever since the tirst. rain. There has been a, larger axaount' ot fall wheat put in than ever befc i. Last Friday the Iron Springs "and aundial stajje met with an accident, consequently the mail was a couple of! late. On Monday he met with a worse one. which left his auto strand ed at Turin, while he went on his way with'a horse and buggy. Tne special oven features of the -Happy Thought" win the grateful appreciation of everx; v ambitious housewife. Slickly stops coujfhai, cares caM.t. 25 cr.ttis. Every housewife knows that srocd cooking depends largely .upon the stove. That without its-'efficient aid results will a.1- ways; ba more or less- doubtful. And tWs, despite tht fact that work of p'reparation, In- Tiiixingr, proportion- may "be done as -carefully, as possible. 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