Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HfRALD LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR THE WEEK WEDNESDAY Hiss Lidstcr of Winnipeg, has como to tho city toA assist ut the Misses McLcay's millinery parlors. W'm. Grant of the Windsor, left last night for Washington in response to a message telling of tho serious ill- ness of his brother. Sergeant Egan loft on the local for Calgary in company with a gentle- man who stole three young porkers at that city. W. JL. sold the Alberta House to T. Bedard of the Canadian Quick Lunch who will use it as rooming house. The executive are busy preparing the programme for the teachers' con- vention which meats at Macleod on Nov. 5th and Gth. Langworthy, of tho siuut) place, Mar- tin Adam and Harry1 W.r Duckhofl from Minnesota. 'Mr. S. N. Randal has already ship- ped some bushels of wheat of this season's growth. His crop is a splendid one. For example, a field of 150 acres planted to fall wheat yield- ed bushels. This he sold at 75c. netting him or the ori- ginal price of the land ten times over Another section since threshed yielded .'J0 bushels per acre. This was both satisfying and gratifying to Mr. Ran- might Ual. as well FRIDAY Mrs. Y. S. Shepard is enjoying a visit from her mother and sister of a Vancouver. Mrs. T. S. S. Jackson of Edmon- ton of the guest of her sister liirs. J. R. Anderson. Medicine Hat, Alta.. on Monday, October 12th, 1908, to Mr. G-. C. Hernolryk and family of Coal left last night for their former at Liverpool, Eng. Mrs. J, T. McKinney left to take tho same pas- sage to her old home in Ireland. Mr. McKinney accompanied her as far JSLS the Hat. The police continue to find doors windows insecurely fastened for the aight at some of the business houses in town. The lights were out ia some four or five places last night. A couple of men were fined on the charge this morning. JEC. D. Johnston, the manager returning. Last night Mr. and Mrs. M: H. Woolf and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harker returned and went to Carcl- ston this morning. Mrs. .W. H. Conibear left on Mon- day morning last for Maynard, Mass., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the new branch of the MolsbuVBank Jas- Hall, and lo W present til the here, is in the city and, he expects marriage of her youngest sister. Miss the branch will be ready to conduct Essa Hall, to Mr. Howard Case of "business in the offices recently vacat- j Maynard, Mass. It. repprtwl that men from Calgary and Medicine Hat are being brought- into the local C.P.R. shops. that an outside man was offered a job here yesterday. The papers state that about fifty percent. of the strikers at been reengaged but Moose Jaw have not one of those who took a leading part in the strike is among the number. At tho city market the following were the prices for produce paid this morning to bring him back_ morning. Potatoes, per dismissed with costs and Ping pay- for 'medical' attend- ant on Kyo. Kelly paid; and costs for his -share of the fun. H. A. Driggs of Grassy Lake is in the city. James Sevord, who escaped from the Barracks last week, was caught a yesterday at Warner and is now at J Coutts in the care of the Mounted Po- Detective Egan went south this and Mrs. II. L. Tweed, a son. Corp. Humby, R.N.W.M.P., who is now stationed at Lcthbridjje, was in the city Monday. He still has a warm place in his heart for the Hat. Hat News. The bridal parties which went to Salt Lake City from Cardston, are od by the Alberta Realty Co. on Mon -day.'' Mr. Johnston is an old tinier, in the west, having come to W'inni- in 1SS4. Since that time he has been located at different points on the prairie and at the Coast. His staff will consist of C. B. Tomlinson. accountant and Mr. McLaughlin. THURSDAY Mr. Will .Cuvanah, formerly of Med- icine Hut, who now -occupies a res- ponsible position with the manufactur ers of ''Quaker Oats." made a great name' for himself on the Chicago la- crosse field. this j Hat News. j Austin Morau.of the. Iron, "Works] has requested the aid of the police in locating his fourteen year old son, cabbage, per lb.; onions, per lb.; savory, lOc. per bundle; butter, 30c. per lb.; eggs, 40c. per lb.; chick- ens, per pair. Farmers and market gardeners can always be cer- tain of there being a big demand for aii kinds of 'ana, produce. MONDAY G. A. Davis and H. J. S. Brown have returned from spending a week's holiday at Qouel's ranch. Miss Fairfield of Kingston, Ont., is visiting her brother, W. H. Fairfield, at the Experimental Farm. A wedding of much interest was solemnized by Rev. A. C. Bryan in Qf -J JL. W4 itUi VllUlCli when Miss Anna Olga Lindholm of Nan ton and Mr. Win. Frederick Jones of Calgary were united in marriage. News. Thornton Powell of Re-id Hill in a letter to the Herald says, "Thresh- ing is about finished in our district. There was a good yield, especially of .lax. Our country is only two years old but thousands of acres will be broken next spring." Mr. Chas. Leonard, manager .of the Reliance Trading- Co., has pur- chased an aero of land in the Doug- las addition and is now building a fine residence on it. Mr. Sparks has the Free Press. The railway business of Nanton showed an increase of in Sep tember over the business of Septem- ber a year ago. Of course, one thing to be .taken into consideration in this W. L. Gunn of J. Gunn Sons has returned from a trip to the Pembina River where his company have the contract for the concrete work for tho Grand Trunk Pacific bridge over that river. He says that they have to haul a.11 their material from Ed- monton, a distance of ninety milea. The grade is -made all tho way but the steel is not yet laid and will not likely be completed until spring. A DOCTOR FOR EMPLOYEES OF CITY C. n. Daniel leaves tonight to spend j Arthur> who disappeared a few days j He, is small for his age and j increase is that the grain, shipments several months at his old.home Missouri and will visit Florida ago. an j dark complcxioned and was working other parts of the United. States be- J for the Westera Tin- fore, returning.. smithing Co. until a few days ago. Once more the Herald staff are the This afternoon itev. J. M. Harrison united in, marriage, Carl Hubertson -Johnson and Miss May Mattie Vvil-1 liams, both of this city. j Miss Emma Syrns has gone to To- ronto where she will be married, to Mr. Evans, a prominent young busi- ness man. Angus Macdonnell of the firm of rlanse iMacdonnell, is at Poplar Point on a shooting expedition with 'his uncle. Earl Grey, Goa- -eral of Canada. D. E.. McNair. of North Carolina, -called, on the Herald last plight. He has been touring; the west and is very favorably impressed with this city -and district. Mrs. H. Bawden and Miss Bawden 'have arrived IFGiii Gat., to take up their residence here. Mrs. Bawden is the mother of H. P. and" W. Bawden of this city. Miss Ba-wden has accepted the position in the office of the G. B. Bowman Ag- ency, which Miss E. Campbell re-1 .signed. j K. Angosvty and L. B. Boldingj were up before the beak for misbeha- vior occasioned by liberal draughts of booze. The former paid and -costs and the 'latter and costs. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, President of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. is expected to arrive in, the city to- morrow or Friday to make a call m the course of a tour he is making to inspect the whole system. Wai. T. Black, and Jas. D. Bird- sail, two bright business men from Now York state, anj in the city with Geo. T. Larson, of the 0. W. Kerr "Co., Minneapolis, looking over the Cameron tract. They are greatly im pressed with the city and district, -which proves that their judgment is The Rogers-Cunningham. Lumber Co. have purchased 12 lots at the corner of Baroness and Westminster and will have their main yard there. Already an office building is under The yard on Redpath St. will be abandoned but the main city office will be located at that point Dr. H. G-. Nyblett, who for some years past has boon practicing in Re- gina, Sask., has arrived in Macleod, and is taking over the office of the lato Dr. Forbes, as his successor. Dr. Nyblett takes over the office today. Mrs. Nyblett, who at present is vis- iting friends, will arrive in a few Advance. The rush of settlers is commencing again in earnest. During the last two days several cars of settlers ef- fects have come for people settling in the Lethbridge district, Some of those who brought cars arc Mrs. Geo. recipients of the favor of Mr.. Robert j Sage, bookseller tmd stationer. He gave each of the staff a set of his new colorc-d picture postcards of Loth bridge views. They are without doubt the finest Lethbriclge card yet published. Chief Gillespie located a tin-horn gambler yesterday and the gentleman made his exit last night. He repre- sented himself as a prosperous busi- ness man of Vancouver and Prince Rupert but his record showed that he was out on suspended sentence for playing the game in Vancouver. Toronto News: Mrs. Morton Jones received with her mother. Mrs. Geo. Haggarty, yesterday afternoon for the first time since her marriage. Mrs. FTagarty was wearing a black sequin gown over white satin and the bride looked very graceful and pretty in her. wedding, dress of satin and luce and a corsage bouquet of mauve orchids. Miss Annie Hag- giirty wore a beautiful gown of pale j blue satin charmeuse. The tea table was artistically decorated with cactus dahlias. SATURDAY Hawkins, Hawkins, Alexandria, N. Alexandria, N. D.; D.; O. P. Elmer I m. 4 Have you tried our Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap 3 cakes for lOc Once tried always tried J. Johnston Presrriptv.s Druggist While in the city Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Young of Montreal, will be guests at the home of W. A. Buchanan. Miss Christie, of Gleichen, arrived on the Calgary local today and will be the guest of Mrs. Howell Harris for a few days. Theo. Brandley of Stirling, has re- turned from a trip to Utah. He was accompanied by his son, Joseph, who has been on a mission in Wisconsin. Mrs. Jessie Owsley of Bowville died last night. The Casket was procured this morning from Addison Son. The remains will be buried in the Bowville cemetery. Major G. H. Young, of Winnipeg, has been appointed Inspector of Cus- toms for Saskatchewan with head- quarters at Regina- Inspector Ken- ny's territory will now be confined entirely to Alberta. C. A. Magrath held a well attend- ed meeting at Stirling last night..M. Q. Cannon presided and J. P. Low who calls himself an "Independent Liberal" but who is known in the Cardston district as a "d sgruntled Liberal" because he failed to get the Liberal nomination for the Legisla- ture, was one of the speakers. Dr. Galbraith and Mrs. Galbraith have returned from Edmonton, where they attended" the first convocation of Alberta University. It was a most delightful affair. Dr. Galbraith, who is a member of the senate of the un- iversity, is greatly pleased with the prospects. The enrollment of tho students at the opening term reaches 39, which is most gratifying. I started earlier .this year. Last year there were no grain shipments in Sep teinber, while this year nearly a hun- dred thousand bushels were sent out before the first of News. Business is rushing on the A. R. I. lines. Nearly every day an extra has to run to handle the traffic. This morning three trains left the city: The regular Cardston train, a special coke train of thirteen cars on the south line, and the extra for the beets. Every train brings in a. few cars of wheat on its return. tablished in the North Ward. For a long time the present city post office has been too small and the business has been congested. Senator DeVe- ber, W. C. Simmons and the post- master have been trying to persuade the inspector, D. A. Bruce, of Cal- gary, to have another office in North Ward so as to relieve the situation here. Even if a new post office were to be started in the city at once it would be a. year before it would be ready and in the meantime the con- gestion at the present quarters would be getting -worse. If the inspector can make satisfactory arrangements as to quarters and services it is like- ly he will have an office opened there as soon as possible. "Dad" Dunbar, who lives on Crabb st7 i, is having troubles of his own. has a lot of hay In his back yard which the police Iiavc been anxious ive him put under cover, accord- to the fire regulations. On Sat- rday he saw two boys, named Wal- 'jc? and Whitney on his fence. He s'A shotgun and let blaze at them, f'.'rfunately, however, without any .serious results, although a lath that Whitney had in his hand was shot fo pieces. A complaint was laid with the police and to them he explained that the boys were setting fire to his bay and that he would shoot them iv anybody else who tried to set fire to his hay. This afternoon he is to COMING TO B1ED NEW ROADSOUTH OF C.P.R. City Council To Make An Appointment Soon THE O. W. fcERR C0I SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II and 12 Make Good to the Purchaser Have the best of Lands Sell OB Liberal Terms Make Some Sales OB Crop Pajnnt Bay in Large Tracts at Low Prices Anything from 160 Acres op Lands aroand Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Plans To Touch This Part Of Southern Alberta Ottawa, Oct. correspond- ent learns from indisputable authori- ty that the G. T. P. proposes to con- struct what will be practically a sec- ond line of railway stretching right across the prairie provinces If the company's Intention to place itself on an equal footing with the C. P. :R. in the West and to build lines sweep- ing the great wheat country .south of its main line from Winnipeg to Ed- monton. The result may be to open up another large stretch of agricultur- al land and give a great stimulus to settlement in the West. As the next move toward placing the road in. a position to compete for the grain car- rying trade of the West the Company proposes to construct a line across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and South- ern Alberta. The route as projected will start from the present main line north of Brandon, run to Brandon, and thence run west across Saskatch- ewan into the coal district of South- ern Alberta. This will give the G. T. P. access to the vast area of the southern half of the granary of the empire, and will have in incalculable effect on the agricultural interest of the the terri- tory served. It will be another large item in the finishing of "Laurier's Work" during the next four years. The above report has been confirm- ed by a Western Associated Press De- spatch from Ottawa which reads as folows. "Reliable information has been re- ceived here that the G. T. P. is con- templating as its next moVe toward i (From Tuesday's .Daily.) The city is to have a civic doctor. Such was the decision of the last night. But the doctor has not been named yet. J. H. Fleetwood sent to the en cil a petition signed by sixty of tke men employed on the streets asking that a jmedica.1 man be appointed. In an accompanying "Mr- Fleet- wood said that a great majority of the men had expressed a preference for Dr. Mewburn. He had seen the doctor and he had offered to take the i work if the men could agree to a de- diction of one per cent, from their monthly wages which would pay for J medical attendance lor them and their families, they to pay for their own j medicines and for maternity cases. Aid. Cunningham moved that the appointment of a medical man be made general over the whole civic staff and that the list be made com- plete and be presented1 again. The mayor wanted to "have the ap- pointment made at once so as not to have those already desiring the medi- cal attendance without it. The al- dermen thought that the permanent force of the city office, the electric and waterworks department, the po- lice force and the firemen should start on the same basis if they wanted to. It was a privilege that should be ex- tended to all the staff at once. There are about forty who are not on. the list -presented. Aid. Hutton pointed out that as it is not legal to deduct the medical fees without the employee's consent, care must be taken to explain it to everyone entering- the city's employ. Aid. Cunningham's motion passed and before the next regular meeting all the employees will have an oppor- tunity of showing their desire to have the medical attendance on the proposed, basis. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS JLUC CuOICSot j.aZtu.5 IH an palta Ox the jjcth Bridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge I ALBERTA REALTY Co Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Letli- bridge Lethbridge Markets LAURIER WILL NOT BE BEATEN The Premier Is Confident Of Victory Again appear before Magistrate Humphries i competition of the wheat busi- ness the construction of a line through Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The line will start from the present j line north of Brandon, go into Bran- don, and thence west across the pra- r-n a charge of discharging firearms ivithin the city limits, contrary to the by-law. TUESDAY David Brodie has returned from a trip to the Coast. Alberta, getting into the coal dis- tricts there. It is pointed out that it is a necessity for he G. T. P. to llr. and Mrs. James Pierce and fa-1 rie provinces to the southern part of rnily have returned from the ranch to spend the winter in the city. Chas. Peta and Co. have opened up j a general blacksmithing and jobbing! business east of tho Taylor mills. I cover the territory and this plan will. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy will leave do it effectively. Spokane on Sunday morning and will ________________ arrive here on Sunday evening. j Sprintr Coulee Stomach trouble would more quick. "Now's the day and flow'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 Booklets Photo Post Cards of Lethbridge and Vicinity Tuck's Fine Art Calendars Ivory and Embossed Christmas Cards Burnt Leather Souvenirs D. Higinbotharn Co. j. Limited Family and Dispensing Chemists F. W. Crisman of who was injured in a wreck on the Great Northern a few weeks ago re- j turned home this morning. i Three more cars of settlers' effects came in today. Two of them were for Clarence Oleson and August Krier wont to Raymond aiid ono belonging to John Fleming to Mag-rath. All thrfHJ came from HanJcinson, N. D. There was a racket in the Winnipeg Cafe yesterday between Ji... Kelly and Peter Kyo and tho proprietor, i Joe Ping took a hand in the garao to tho harm of These two were ly disappear if the idea of treating the cause, rather than the effect, would come into practice. A tiny, inside, hidden nerve, says Dr. Shoop, gov- erns and gives strength to the stom- ach. A branch also goes to the heart, and one to the Kidneys. When thesa "inside nerves" the organs must falter. Dr. Shoop's Restorative is directed specifically to those fail- Ottawa, Oct. Wilfrid Lau- rier today addressed ten thousand people at two rousing meetings. At both meetings the premier spoke to enthusiastic crowds, which filled the auditoriums to the doors and which greeted him with the same spontan- eous and generous acclaim that has been so marked a feature of all his campaign meetings. The premier's addresses were large- ly along the line of his speech on Saturday to an audience numbering ten thousand. He appealed for a renewal of the people's confidence on the ground that the Government had given to Canada twelve years of un- exampled prosperity, had turned the tide of immigration to this country, had promoted the unity of all races in the Dominion and had given Can- ada a new status in the Empire and among the nations of the world. As opposed to this ground of ap-' peal, he contrasted the Conservative i cry of "Time for a change" and their compaign of mud slinging. The cry that "Laurier must go" he said would be no more effective than the old cry of "Mowat must Mowat did not go and Laurier will not go until his work of the unification and of national development was done. No. 3 Northern 74 No. 2 Northern 71 3 Northern 68 No. 4 Northern 62 No. 1 Alberta Red-. 73 No. 2 Alberta Red 70 No. 3 Alberta Red 67 Oats per bus ____ 32 Barley per bus ____ 40 Flax per bus ____ 90 on the hoof- Steers per lb 3% Cows per lb..-2X-3 Live per cwt 6 Dressed per cwt- ____ S% POTJLTRY- Fowl per lb ____ 10 SHEEP- Live per cwt ____ Dressed per cwt ____ BUTTER AND EGGS- Dairy per lb ____ 25 Creamery per lb ____ 29 Eggs per doz 32 New potatoes per cwt. .51.25 Cabbage per lb 2X Onions per lb ____ ;4 Cauliflower per lb ____ 4 new- Upland per ton Blue Joint per toa 57 512 Timothy per ton HIDES- Green per lb Dry Flint Skins... per lb 10-11 Or red Hides per lb 5X-6X RENDERED No. 1 3% No. 2 2% THE WEATHER Edmonton, snowing Lethbridge, cloudy cloudy 12 Medicine, Hat. Cloudy .30 Prince Albert, raining .50 It has boon somewhat 37 34 36 42 warmer 50 27 26 26 34 in after Manitoba and Western Saskatchewan but cold in Alberta. Snow and rain has fallen in Saskatchewan and Al- berta while in Manitoba it has been generally fair. ing nerv.-s. Vvitnin 48 hours alter Forecast-Manitoba, strong winds .starting the Restorative treatment j ;nuj ffulcSf vrcst to north occasion- patients say they realize a gain. Sold .a rain> tuniinff to snow !n somc ]o_ by J. J. Johnston. calities. for Lethbridge, and adjoining country to represent "Canada's Oldest and Greatest Nurseries." We are in close touch with the ex- perimental stations at Indian Head and Brandon. As a consequence, we are well up in varieties which are best adapted for Western growing. Our stock has done remarkably well al through the West. Send for our WESTERN CIRCU- LAR with testimonials from men who are FRUITING OUR STOCK. The right man gets permanent sit- uation. Liberal inducements; pay weekly; territory reserved. Free specially designed outfit for Western Agents. Write for particulars. STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Toronto Ontario We can supply you. promptly with, Fresh Meat Fish Cured Ham and Bacon Highest Prices paid to for CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTRY, etc. P. BURNS CO. I LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, LOST. A. black yearling heifer branded B B, on teft nip> reward if turned to B. E. Talbot, Diamond City. 49-4 LOST One dark bay horse, shod all round, leather under left front rope around neck. reward for return to L. P. Oliver, Lethbridge. Anyone retaining this horse after this will prosecuted. 48-4 FOUND Found on my premises, N.W. 20-9-217, one Pinto Pony, brand on. right Q brand on left M ghoulder I shoulder H Weight about700 Ibs. 50-2 J. W. McKean SALE OF WORK The Faithful Companions of Jesus will hold their annual sale of work in the Convent on Thursday, 29th, Friday, 30th, and Saturday of October, 'from 9 a. m. till 9 p. m. Entrance on Coutts Street. A BIG To everyone looking over our stock of floor coverings, lrou won't believe until you see onr new stock that there'i's such a display of these lines in Southern Alberta, You can inspect our Carpet Squares and Kngs so easily on the overhead only takes a few minutes. Our last shipment of Rugs, Squares and Linoleums from the old country is opened up. It will pay you to look them over now as the goods at the prices makes our assortment less every You wont have to walk the plank to get to our store is o. k. The Home Makers STRAYED AWAY One gray and one brown mare, weight One sorrel and one bay- mare, weight All branded M. J. on left jaw. Sorrel' has drumbell on right shoulder. Bay, Mexican hat on left hip. Anyone notifying the undersigned will be rewarded. M. J. Conner, Warner, Alta. 50-2 REWARD Lost one bay horse, branded n on right hip. Last seen at Chin. Cou- lee. Apply Robt. Henderson, City. 257-5 FOR SALE About 1600 head mixed lambs, -flso 850 wethers coming threes. Applj to Wm. Geo. Davis, Sweetgrass, Mon- tana. 50_5 WANTED From owners, ranch property hav- inj- at least 640 acres deedea land. Give locution, net price and terms, G. K., Herald Office. 51-2 STRAYED A h.iy horse with harness on, weight about Ibs., shod in front, II years old. Finder will please no- tify J. T. Moo, Sec. 9-15-23. 50-1 FOREST FIKES Port Arthur, Oct. lire0 have brok'on out in some sections of tho sin-branding townships, but so far are 7iot serious.