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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtTHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD WEDNESDAY Thofi. H. Woolford and wite> of were in the city laet night. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Aldontoa of to Robert Scott wko for the Uod in for jutt Michael Kyrup and Booa Ltviz- post hu bMc wnploywl at that 18 Mr. bought ka, all of Lethforidge, were at bakery, in the room whom the food this property for the Catholic Church yesterday. things are manufactured. Mr. Scott brook Herald. ceremonies will be performed .next io well equipped to conduct an up- j Knox Church la not behind the oth- week. to-date bakery. Mr. Calder has goae j or buildings in the matter of being At the Central Methodist Parson- north to Kdmouton. A. very pleasant evening was riacher were this moraine. K. JS. George of Port Out., .'-arrived in the city last night. arrivals in the at the home of Mrs. True, .on street. North Ward, oix the of the 14th lost., when the WCSIM? ster Methodist choir met to bid Mrs. A. E. Keller returned last night W. A. Bowens farewell before she left pushed to completion. Fifteen men age, Calgary, on Wednesday evening, are engaged oa the work and they Chus. Crist, the well-known baseball expect to have ail the outside work mallj -formerly pitcher in the Edmbn- done in the cours3 of a. week and the ton professional ieam, whole buildang for service in- to Julia May of was married Olds. The niV. MR. LYiLE WEDS. (St. Mary's Argus.) "Hill tho home of Mr. W. A. Atkinson, was the scene of a very pretty event on Saturday, October 17th, the occasion being the mar- riage of his sister, Miss H. Emily Atkinson to Rev. Alfred A. JLytle, of Alta. The ceremony was performed by the Hov.' D. N. Mc- a week's trip to Nelson and oth for her new home some seventy miles' ther. side of seven weeks. Of course much occasion was a double marriage, his Camus, of St. Mary's. depends' on the condition of the wea- brother James Crist, being married As the sublime strains of Mendel- er Kooteuay points. A3 a result of the stonn last night, the uprights on E. U. Ry lands" now on Ba.i'titflt Street ware blown down. Stafford has resigned his po- further north. A very pleasant was spent in singing solos, ducts and sacred songs, after which refrerfa- at the same time to Miss Alma Fox. ssohn's wedding march, played by the meiits After wishing Calgary Herald: The members of lt thafc with Qne excoptl Miss Serena Atkinson, sister of Sandstone lodge. No. 17. have tho funeral Qf Chas Hvssop Sr.. yes- bride, floated through tho rooms, the lay, was the most largely bridal party entered and took their Mrs. very neat and tangible way of by the Hostess, j showing their appreciation of the Bowens a fond worth of K. Johnson, who has o y ever in the city J KnQX Church lbe farewell, and knowing that the bast! been promoted to the management of pEOCC6sion leaving the" residence sitkm as janitor of the Central and' of friends must part, they ull retired, the Molsoa'a bank at Lethbridge. A handsome leather upholstered mission oak rocking chair has been schools to their homes. Hyssop, Smith St. The pall- is advertising for application. Mjacleod Chronicle: Much sympathy is expressed for ftlr. and Mrs. E. Por- ;sler Brown in the sad 'loss they have -sustained through the death of their daughter Kathleen Edith which place last Saturday. The 0. P. B. are putting the water pipe for connection with the coaches, from the Road :niain instead oi through the base- ment of the station as at present. Those who are qualified to vote and whosfc names are not already on the .lists should apply to the enumera- tors, T. E. Patterson, Oliver Block, E. Mrs. C. FRIDAY A. Little and children re- turned from the south last night. The remains of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutkay, of Taber, were brought to the city last night for interment in the Catholic cemetery. J. A. Jochem, postmaster, of War- ner, is in the city. A few days ago Mr. Jochem was bitten on the hand by a spider, which resulted in blood- poisoning, necessitating lancing. O. Overholt. a brakemaii on. the extra train that was in here last Sat T rvn urdav, had the misfortune to break J. ciuior.2, utt- them to Mr. Johnaoa. accompanied by an Don. Van Horne> Chaa address. Mr. Johnson had been one of the early membors of the .lodge and verv prominently associated with it. MONDAY People on Round St. had consider- able amusement the other .afternoon witnessing a dog being run in on a charge of vagruucy and disorderly conduct. Mr. Canine sounded his ob- jections vocally and physically. Tile constable handed the end of the rope to two boys who walked the cur into the pound where he found ten >'an FT The accident at the Woollen Mfll on Saturday resulted more seriously .than was anticipated. It was fouil that tho young lady's arm and hand places beneath the arch of evergreen and crysanthemums. The bride gowned in Brussels net over white silk with veil and Garry- is0' a. bouquet of mums was given away by her brother Mr. W. A. Atkinson, She was attend ed by her eister, Miss Isabel, dressed1 in while silk mull and Valenciennes lace, who carried a bouquet of pink crysanthemums. 'The little Misses THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Rooms II tad 12 lake Good to tkc Pvctoer Hare the best of Lads Sell on Liberal Terms Make SMC Sales 01 Crtf Biy it Larf e Tracts at Ltw Sell Aiytfrf 160 Acm 9 Lauds aroaad Warner, Milk Hirer, Stirling, Raymond, Magratk, Leth bridge and Nan ton for Spring and Winter Wlieat lands were so badly crushed that ampuUx- Madeline and Inadele Hyland, nieces tion just below the elbow was neces- sary. The sympathy of the city is extended to Miss McCleary :n of his kind waiting for him among Block, before Friday night. If the voter ia not registered by that time 'he -will have to swear hia vote in on Monday at the poll. Chief Gillespie is going to get alter -i stray dogs. He ia advertising that one of his legs. He fell from the top of a freight car as they switch- ing in the Pieneer. The .Fortnightly Club held its reg- ular meeting last night with about thirty present. Papers were given by li'er trouhlfi. Special circu; makes the case particularly sn'V Mr. M. Freeman, agent for the Ar- row Lake Orchards, returned this morning after taking the excursion '_ party to the company's lands on the without proper tags will be jpounded according to the by-law. If are not claimed in forty-eight houra and expenses paid, the dog will .be sold or destroyed. Owners of dogs that are worth having. should their proper protection. A cheque for issued by J. Gunn Sons in favor of T. -.rme of their employees, was stolen from the letter and yesterday was -cached at Kelson Gow'a. The name of T King w.aa written on the Iback of the cheque, apparently a for- .-gery. The police think they know man who cashed it from a. des- -eriptipn given of him. Yesterday's snow storm has had usual effect on train and tele- service. The westbound regu- lar is etuck in a cut at St. Antonio, three miles west of Grassy Lake. This is a new cut a mile long and ten or feet deep made this summer to lessen the grades. No snow pro- had been put up as a severe .snow stown was hardly expected eo sooa. The eastbound regular is stal- led at Taber and the eastbound Spo- kane Flyer is 'at Lethbridge waiting for the westbound to 'be released. THURSDAY H. J. Gordon will build a r residence on Courtland St. J. Hendricks is erecting a on Cutbill St. B. C. Patterson has 'taken out a .-permit for S2.00O residence en .UJompas St. The new school room in the North "Ward will be ready for a class on morning. JRev. A. M. Gordon, Mr. Irving, J. Shannon and C. E. Brandow. Mrs. Morgan and her young son contribut- ed to the musical part of the ing's entertainment. No mail from the east has reached Medicine Hat since the storm. It is expected that the regular mail will come through tonight. Complaints are many and emphatic about the condition of the cement crossings in the city during the past few days. They have been covered with mud and not a corporation em- ployee has turned out with a shovel Frank McDonald, of Calgary, gen- for the London and Lan- -cashire Insurance Co., is in town. O. J. C. White, of Summer- iMid, B. C.; is renewing acquaintanc- --es in town. J. .Dennison, late with the North "West Jobbing Cempany has joined tttaJI of the J. Brown Co.'s store. Carpenters are at work enlarging .jand rwmcKlelling the office at the "Windsor. JSisc. Murphy, of Moncton, N. B., reached the city last night. She will to clear them off. This high and mighty attitude of "Don't care'' is becoming tiresome. Hon.- Lyman- H. Jones, presideot and general manager of the Massey Harris Co., Toronto, C. H. WMtta- fcer. Manager of the Manitoba branch, H. Robinson assistant manager of the Ontario branch and W. G. Hunt, man ager of the Alberta brancbl are in the city inspecting the local agency and investigating conditions in this dis- trict. Rev. J. M. Harrison in receipt of that he conduct.the dedication at a new church at Bellivuj, o' wl church Mr. Thos. Taylor is the pas- tor; Mr. Harrison 'las also been in- vited to conduct anniversary services at Medicine Hat, his charge. By ten o'clock this morning the p-> fice had run in seven dogs. They art- going after the dog nuisance in ear- nest. Others are becoming interested too. Four dog licenses wen; issued early this morning. Owners nak- ed to claim the dogs before a.rc disposed of. The pound Is located behind the police station. SATURDAY The date of the teachers' convention has definitely fixed for Novem- ber 5th and 6th. Tne progrmm will be published on Monday. The Farmers' Elevator at Macleod is completed. The Andertou Block is almost finished. Jas. A. McDon- ald is the architect. J. A. Rasmussen of the Jensen Bros. Co.. Magrath, is in the city today. His company threshed 45.000 or Henderson. I Arrow and reports having Magrath Pioneer: Over bus. i bushels of No. 1 wheat, averaging 55 bushels to the acre. Dr. Mewburn, of Lethbridge, Alta., was in the city on Monday, consult- ing with Dr. King on professional Duncan Smith ef Regina, business manager for Smith Bros, and Wilson, contractors, came up to the city last night on business iu connection with tho new fire hall and join the Herald staff us bookkeeper -.jmd stenographer. Sebb Jordcnsen and Mrs. Josie both of Milk River. is marriage by Rev. J. M. ----isou at the Parsonage N. T. McLood returned last night three days' stay at Coleridge. IBe says things are stead iJy and ra- pidly progressing at that promising A. M. Grace, chief engineer for the So-.jth Alberta Land Co., with head- quarters at Medicine Hat, has pur- chased six lots on Brunton. Ave., and taken out permits for four hand- some residences valued at about 500 each. Joe Fong who appeared at the po- lice court last charged with keeping a disorderly house, has been the sittings of the He is released on the public until Supreme Court. bail. One thousand feet of the steel work the bridge has been completed. gang are at present working on sixteenth span. The first 100 V wiN be put in next week. men are employed on the -work' na.s suiu our Have you triec live Oil and Soon 0 cakes for lOc Once tried always tri guests of J. J. Johnston. A girl was held up by a man Redpath. St. on Sunday night. Good Farms for Bale oa crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridge Mrs_ E Caldef Qri> 353 Boyd on and wmiam H John60Ilj "son of Mr and Mfs Cha9_ Johnson> o{ ?35 Furfa citizen happening to come along, the StreeL The fellow decamped speedily. Fine new offices have been fittid up in the Coaldale Hotel. Nine now rooms have been added' to the and the building has been innovated and refurnished. Mrs. T, F. Edmon- ton, who has been the guest of her Lethbridge house. The "chief went sister, Mrs. Anderson, for the past ten down ihto his pocket for' earned by a couple of boys for coralling a number of strays. Others besides the to whack up for licenses were is- police twenty had dog the the J. J. Johnston Pmcripfta Drugrgiit -QUALITY "How's the day and How's the Hour" to mail your cousins across the sea one or more of our many suitable articles for mailing to "distant friends such is i Lethbridge Souvenir Booklets Photo Post Cards of Lethbridge and Vicinity Tuck's Fine Art Calendars Ivory acii Embossed Christmas Cards Leather J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited Family and Dispensing sued on Friday. Throughout day groups of people visited pound to see the success of the raid. "Come on, there's a nickel in it" said one small boy to another, last night, -as they endeavored to carry a vagrant bodily for some two blocks to the pound. In the afternoon the howling of one of these animals and his efforts to release himself from his captors, called the clerks to the door and all enjoyed the show. The chief dog catcher handed his prisoner over to two boys who walked hiss right along. During the day "Bus- ter's" release was secured but he could not overcome his fighting pro- pensities and insisted on staying round the pound. Last night he broke down the gate and let all the victims escape so the .chief is out his pound fees. A summons is being got out Buster. Even the Magistrate had to get a license for his dog. Oth- ers are beginning to keep a strict watch on their pets. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robt. died at Dia- mond City yesterday. Alex. Cleaver, the young man w 10 fell from the bridge, is getting along nicely at the Hospital. Mrs. McNicol, who has been spend- ing the summer in the east, came in on the flyer Saturday night, accom- panied by her mother, Mrs. Foster. P. G-. Peterson, of Cardston, spent Sunday in town. He was on his way homo from Sweden where he has been for the last two years as a mission- ary. Fred Kirkham left today for vic- toria to which place Mrs. Kirkham preceded him some time ago. The people of Lethbridge will bo sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Kirkham .-is citi- zens. E. D. keeper at the Bank of Commerce, has been transferred to Ponoka whore he occupy the teller's box. L.E.Tvooci ward of Brandon, will succeed Mr. .Tames at this branch. The banns for the marriage of John j Filshak and Miss Mary Hazulak and j whom fie got into. James, the popular ledger days, and for whom so many charm- ing little functions have been given, ceremony was perform- ed by Rev. Mr. Fea, rector of the pariah, the hour set, being 10-30 o'clock. At the appointed time the bride entered on her father's arm. She wore a pretty traveling suit of navy-blue striped cloth, opening over a white lace blouse, with large hat in blue shades, trimmed with ruchings of silk and plumes. She carried a bouquet of white roses and left for home today. lilies of the valley. The bridesmaids were Miss Alice Johnson, sister of The police dog show IS still in bridegroomj and Mis9 Geraldine kennels at the police g QIT Of tk swing at the station. Dogs of various and mixed breeds are exhibiting their good qual- ities to the gazing public. S.. M. Brooks' general store in the North. Ward, almost opposite West- minster School, is now open. TKe stock consists of dry goods, station- ery and tobacco. Mr. Brooks is mak- ing a specialty of boot repairing. A party of seven surveyors who have been surveying the route for the South Alberta Land Co. ditch through Snake Valley arrived in the city yesterday. The company is car- rying the irrigation to its tract of land near Medicine Hat ftv-'in the Bow River, near Calgary. Mrs. W. Oxford, who has been liv- ing with her mother. Sirs. Stephens in the North Ward, left on the flyer last night for Seattle where she will become the bride of Superintendent of the United States fish hatcheries at that city. Mrs. Oxford carries with her the good wishes of a large circle of friends who regret her de- parture. The rush of settlers to this district is now in full swing. Yesterday nine settlers with over a 'dozen cars of effects arrived. Among them were Harry- Biy, H. N. Gray, 0. H. Olson and B. L. Gray, all of Alexandria. N.D., for Lethbridgc, H. Byersdorf of Olds, 'N.D., for Warner, Win. Ander- son, and mer was gowned in cream rajah silk, with large white hat. She carried red carnations and maidenhair fern. Miss Orr's dress was of cream voile trimmed with lace, with hat of blue and. gold. S. F. Coulson acted as best man. The gifts to ths bride were many any beautiful, amongst them being a solid silver tea service from her late business associates of the H. Ash- dowr. Company, and some from old friends in Cork, Ireland. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left by the 11.20 train for their future home in Lethbridge. Stomach troubles more quick- 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 alao goes to the heart, and one to the Kidneys. When these "inside nerves" fail, then the organs must falter. Dr. Shoop's Restorative ia directed specifically to these fail- ing nerves. Within 48 hours after starting the Restorative treatment patients say they realize a gain, by J. J. Johnston. Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern............... No. 2 Northern....... 76 No. 3 Northern 68 No. 4 Northern 60 No. 1 Alberta Red............ 75 No. 2 Alberta Bed......... 73 No. 3 Alberta Red............ 68 Oats .................per 32 Barley ...............per 40 Flax................-per 90 the hoof- lb..-.. 3X Cows .................per lb...2X-3 HOGS- Live .................per cwt.... 6 Dressed ..............per 8X Fowl ....................per 10 Live ..................per Dressed ....___...... .per cwt... .f 11 BUTTER AND EGGS- Dairy .................per lb..... 30 Creamery............per lb..... 32 Eggs.................per 35 New potatoes per cwt. ...91.25 Cabbage ..............per lb---- 2% Onions ...............per lb.... ;4 Cauliflower ............per 4 Upland .............per Blue Joint ............per Timothy ..................per tea Green ............per lb......4X-5X Dry Flint Skins...per lb.......10.11 Hides ......per lb..... SX-6% RENDERED No. 3 No. 2.................. 2 Sold THE WEATHER of Olds, N. D., for Milk River Edmonton, cloudy 56 D. A. Crawford, Elmer Craw- Calgary, snow 68 A RELIABLE 'LOCAL SALESMAN WANTED for Lethbridge.. Alia., and adjoining country, to represent "Canada's Oldest and Greatest We are in close tonch with the ex- perimental stations at Indian Head and Brandon. As a consequence, we are well up in varieties which are beat 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. ford, and Wm. Gilbert of Omemee, 1ST. D., for Bradshaw siding, west of Ma- grath. M. O. Melby some time ago purchas ed a waggon from the Massey Harris Co. on a, promise to pay. Ho got a load of lumber on it and wont to the country. The police were unsuccess- ful in their efforts to locate tho wag- gon or Mclby who was wanted for several reasons. Yesterday, however, I the waggon was located in the alley cloudy t71 Medicine Hat. dear 56 28 26 32 weekly; 3-1 nation. Liberal inducements; pay territory reserved. Free specially designed outfit for Westerm Rcginst, cloudy 62 Winnipeg, cloudy............... Bulletin From Central Office Fine weather lias been general throughout the prairie provinces and it has turned warmer, especially in wcstnrn parts. WEATHER FOR THE PAST WEEK Max. Min. 42 Agents. Write for particulars. 34 STONE WELLINGTON j Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) We can supply you promptly with Fresh Meat Fish Cured Ham and Bacon Highest Prices paid to Fanners for CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTRY, etc. P. BURNS CO. I LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LOST. A black yearling heifer branded, B K on left hip; reward if re- turned to B. R. Talbot, Diankmd City. Sid REWARD Loot one bay horse, branded on right hip. Last seen at Chin. lee. Apply Bobt. Henderson, City. FOR SALE About 1600 head mixed lambs, 860 wethers coming threes. Apply Wm. Geo. Davis, Sweetgrass, Mom- tana. WANTED Prom owners, ranch property hav- ing at least 640 acres deeded Give location, net price and terns. G. H.. Herald Office. near the Windsor Hotel, whoro Mclby had left it xvhcn leaving town with another party for parts unknown. Mel by is in considerable demand am- ong business mmi of the city Oct. i Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 26 56 43 37 33 48 56 54 Toronto Ontario SALE OF WORK The Sister's Faithful Companions of Jesus will hold their annual sale 27 i of work, in the Convent on Thursday, 12 j 29th, Friday, 30th, and Saturday 18 j 31st of October, from 9 a. m. till 36 9 p. in. Entrance on Coutts Street. M SATISFACTORY RETURNS One of the most, satisfactory returns of a good store is the knowledge pleased customers. Among our staunchest friends are those that have bought large bills of goods, and are in a position to fully realize all that we advertise in this space every day, that there is no such economical source of buying House Furnishings in Canada as in our store. And we do everything in our power to completely satisfy every customer. We talk values from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Management and a cash baais make these values 4k> Orders Carefully Packed TURPIN FURNITURE CO. The Home Makers COLERIDGE PROGRESSING STEADILY N. T. Macleod has returned from an inspection trip to this point which is increasing in importance as a railway centre. He reports that the .C, P. E. has begun the contraction of a brick building to protect- the pressure re- ducing valve of the natural gas pipe line, after the completion of which the gas will be turned on regularly in the station, the rows of lamps the tracks and in the roundhouse, bunk house, etc. Mr. W. R. Martin who'is connect- ed with the drilling operations of the C. P. R. has 'bought a lot at Coleridge and will erect a at c cc whore he and hia family wilj reside. It i- reported that satisfactory for pottery purposes have been made ot tho clay in the neighborhood of the- town. With the proximity of the gas this ought to assure the establishment of quite an important rustry Most of the plastering in_the HoW.. Coleridge is finished and it is ex- pectt J that the hotel will commoiKii shortly after the ftwi vrf the rtanth. J. F. Margeson, Creek rancher, is in the city. Mrs. M, B. Davis and Aia Dftvte of Mlonenpolis ore vlalUnic in. the city. ;