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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE EIGHT THE LETMaKIDGE WEEKLY HtHALD News of the District Taber Taber, Aug. Dan Burns Ed Wright have just finished JMU: westing a handsome crop of oats in range 12, belonging to Jhr. Aiken of Taber. Mr. Wright "Considering the newness of the land fortunate driver with awful force against a pile, of booms near by, se- verely spraining his the first kinking his neck, broken. Taber, Aug. ins and slightly Xo bones were; Pmcher Creek, Aug. local Council except Councillor Shoultz. The 'minutes of the last '.meeting adopted. A- communication to serve and to seek the welfare of others. The vital ement ,of any religion was its 'power to cause its devotees to serve with others. This was the Christ-spirit; An unusual feature of the opening A GREAT RUSH FOR JLANi (From Monday's Daily.) the biggest rush for "laud' -ter such quarter section as a as a session was the report of each waru. !U1 e history of this country com. wnptiou on or after Sspteiub'r of ail stake officers Bullock, quorums of the of The Central Couplfe Coal Co., at Coal City, sports that r uamed Clarke- who drives the Arlington Hotel bus, was uu on a Justice of the Peace, Ah-. G. Piun- was read from the Deputy Minister I the priesthood kett, has been kept busy the last of Works, stating that us soon j The figures were recorded by couple of days. Yesterday morning as the of the department. He further said, "Cecil Darrow of stream "flows eastwardly through a Claresholm, who ulso has a home-- estimated to be 12 in that vjanity, has his large feel in thickness. While thresher in readiness to gallons are daily taken out to art a moment's notice." t immediate demands of the -That the Taber district is not one neighborhood, the flow is not per_ wMt in the rear of many of our r Id- ceptihiy diminished. sister towns that are sooken of j. Bullock also said that the Cen. hijrhly with regard to their Coal Co. and the Scranton Coal jneuse yields of grain, is portrayed Co. have the foundation in for the act every hand. Our province is ex-, compressor. They expect the ma- tensive, its soil is universally mei- chinery in this week' and hope to low, rich and productive, its long have everything in readiness by the days of growing and ripening sun- 25th of September. with e, proper and One hundred acres of the finest gra. system of soil culture bj procurable has been discovered the same hotel, named Tessie Golden The two had a, little altercation ended in Clarke choking the al Cushing. returned home, the coim be notified as to what 01 The afternoon: session was still bet ter attended. Following the remarks the banks of j respective wards by Bishops Stewart f (Mountain Smith (Leaving The annual financial statement or and Tanner, came the discourse next. i The new homestead and pre.emp. such'homesteader., whose entrl tory law comes -into effect at mid iu "oocl notifies night. own signature, or i telegraph from a Sub Land Ag-nt th! Already the city i. filled with Agent of the Und 'District in eager: to: get some of the land n.w his -is situated 3 opened for settlement, September- 1st rhat he dssires to r The preemption'area in the Lsth. aa'available Jand district is mainly east inS alongside .has homestead, or slapping her face. A fine the Citizens' Bund was presented and the the I the lies nouli and south .'-awted from it by Ottle. by Dr. Geo. H. Brim-1 Crow's Xeat Alines. ance, the Land Agent'shall hold sue! the agriculturist places Albftrta -in the vicinitv of the new 4r costs was imposed. Sever- adopted. made their bow to his wcr A number of accounts were mad hall of the BriKham' Young Univer- j is .also quite an this morning and were assessed and passed. U1U o ar.s an costs. Another As the of a protest from j Through an error in names as pub men now assumes an interest- Kerncher Bros., the proprietors Ofilished in the Papers, the num- m city, and will assist Agent but aspect, also came UD for i i vas a wa s case h creamery, against their teamster j bor of candidates writing Case' X ,t deleudants having- to pay a.'.draying license' forjCardston school wus not learned un-j --------Vl Vi yci-auiis. are being JUJi'3 quarter section man Bros., well-known ran httulinff cveam -t IQ til the other day. j on the staff temporarily, and as a preemption in co'mectW Ihe Plamt.ft mmi the amount id for the Ucense By letter from the Department of jthe local office hopes to be abli- to man engaged during July authortziaff the j Education to Mr. Devoe Woolf. toach the demand satisfactorily. of Standard V.. it was-learned l tht' land seekers are pre. the land i v t. vcu irom nonif- of Pincher Creek. .J. W. stead entry, and for preemption enl Martin, inspector of Dominion lands, trv, only until the end of Septembel __ i- 'ls m'foe .city, and will assist Agent but no longer in handling .'.the rush here. K more than one homestead ad ned ;A of Persons- are .being a quarter section available fo: of today, second to of grain upon this for the raising r ave been consummated Kreat great Western between the Central Coal Co. and the ,C. P. R. for the disposition of the uncU; rder therefore to maintain this gravel. The latter will, therefore, in denf- distinction, we must "farm near future build a road to At the beginning of August a new arrangement was made at the plain- tiff's for read a third time and passed. It f Kl.len Davis, was was advertise the tenders in the Monetary- Times. Plans were submitted for a crescent The doors will open of'the'fifteen ..pupils of-Stun j morning at nine o'clock, who passed. As previouslv rush w'iH kcep UP steadily un. such homesteads, and if notic lias-, been given as above provided are pre. that one 'of the homsteaders as a pre-emption, the pre.emptio Street tbe Indiaa V Stand- ,n.c JLlICliaQ i i r> order atlfl VU werc successful. So I may tf it is.impossible to move that there has been noj _________ Xewman Bros.. and claln, the firet has enjoyed i '-Standr- ed that Ms clients were quite by law' The Descent was suggest ned by law in doing' what they did. aS a waj" out of and The way coul not it tha l FGTIOV that area iu which a railway company selected eight sections of its land "Jt has been carefully estimated times more fall grain will be drilled here this season than bus been during any previous year. off lor-the preset scarcity of funds is the cause. Only the chief of j -rant are excluded from ..the Considerable interest was; manifcist- privilege Che candidates were S. Williams, joatry holding homesteads pre cf his preniption within and they are driving- piles, i President W. E. Bullock, of the -A light shower of rain visited this Bountiful Waste Water Canal Co. district this afternoon. j states that the A. E. I. Co. will jturn. the -water into the Chin on the, atid who often experience simfla and to whom the matter, is importance, A. larg-e number of shooters out yesterday and a few good bar in: which pre-emptions 'mav j titled, if the iirst- applicants, to en. t such quarter section: entry for such quarter section shalH be granted until the Agent lia-' decided which .homesteader -has thl first right to the pre-emption entrvl The Agent shaU decide on or beforl September 15th which of the JhomeS steaders has first right to the prei Sub Section 6 of Sec! toon 27 of the Dominion Lands which provides that the homesteadef m good standing holds the entry, for "his homestead has the right to the and Agent shall give the. pre.emption try accordingly. A homesteader who holds entry in township which is not available fol preemption, if there lies alongside hi! homestead in an adjoining townshil available for pre-emption, :an avail quarter section, may pre-empt en Taber, Aug. Court of j first for the municipality of Taber was tept busy today at the Council; Chamber by appellants who consicL: the assesor had overestimated out ditch in order that our lakes Pincher Creek. Aug-. Pal- 'Ist" 'The the value .of their respective ponds shall he- filled before the mer. who is in A. "c. Kemmis' law and reouests man interested in the ditch ia- The rtucks at its head on September 2nd P y WlW: atfcordins "Ports. teams and slip scrapers to clean to the establishment of the H'ar- i annual exhibition and race meet to for and 26. agiiinst the pro- i Onuiuin, Aug. .first b, held on Sept. SOtb and October f I Of .thte.year's.faU wacat i__ vjuvi LO 1OV Of air 'hiarc.i-ncl.iTr j. j, ty. Tho hour set for Bearing was 10 aon., but- as members of the Court were tardy, proceedings did not com.. mence till one hour later. j H. 5f. Barrett, with his gasoline en. gine and seven plows has. since the first -acres weather se-ts in Claresholm, Aug. school hare ;j.uc tLuu piows nas. since tne i nax-e taken up their n fcrst of June, plowed 800 acres, 600 j yesterday after the vacation. Christy Avenue. icres of which was sod and 200 acres I at town well is now im- has also just'com. tt of water named a M ML______ havinff been obtained. Sldes aear Beauvais Lake is the up in Pincher Crbek a office, was married ou Salurdav mor- provide a couple of davs ning to Miss ilyan. wlio receiitlv ar-' racing-, rived from Limerick. Ireland. The' Morden met with wedding- took place in the Roman naSLy on Saturday; when Catholic Church. The happy couple ponv he had ridden' to water up their residence on him. The aniriial is ually quiet so run the joy of all lieen a- he-mill, gone-to Stir-.i out Ir. Allen would have'! There is the. bylaw had. jiuost of j the spring wheat remttins unhurt and gra-in "men report the sample of citizens. today. Though not the best to ;sample of wheat the yield is 'turning s expected. by frost oa paid Granum a visit last Sunday. and wife, Claresholnl were visitors over Sunday. f The town is cnjoyino- tbe'luxury cl having: a Jirst class barber in The local nimrods report ducks tfl be very scarce and wild. The basket social held in the towff alJ.-under., the auspices of the new. Jiff C. church was a. big success. met in t Smith who re- Dieted a 650 acre double.discing con_ I been SklGS -as tract south of Grassy Lake for the j Toda5' Mason Land Co. of He: will now devote his time to the jciety in Claresholm. ihreshing of grain, Ms seperator hav E" late section foreman, W just arrived from .N'orth Dakota left bere to take a similar sit toils, charged machines the neighborhood of Red fchootinS crime 'quite safe At 7 had a bridle Lee F W has '-rvcsted in no iUams, with the s" road 1 and Principal J. W. evening j spring wht-at now being cut to be of best iu size, .kernel, color and that has b I this'; part--of Alberta. The farmers are up in arms over proceeds are to be devoted to fund now being raised to purchase orcan. was remanded for tional evidence. A week for a-Idi- and tbe axe to be seen, pasing through Taber to points westward. Something is doing in Alberta these days. Deer. The JRev. 3tr. Starner, the new m- mitted during the winter. The horses acing stock arid be- Brown, of tbe lDged t0 cumbent of the English- Church is Many of the noxious weeds" that rexPected nere daily from England. In have been cut recently but not aosence of a preacher the con- troyed by fire or otherwise were todav !sreffation have wonderfully well together, service heinp'heid without l Y workmS on the tbe earied and scattered by the heavy against fences and into neigh- twice every Sunday, H. S. ioring town lots and fields. Too bad I Oates- of the Bank of-Commerce act- the practice is spreading, so iing as Iaj reader- ai-e the weeds. j w- ir- David 'The marriage of Sliss Geneva Wing j bertan- alonS witjl Albert Helmer, and Air. A. G. Loomis of Taber, was jthe range msPeclor- was here lately bome. The Rev. J. R. Monroe tied the f he much i: nuptial knot husband and and remained so for eral hours. He has quite recovered 1 by now. i License Commissioners and Pelletier. Whittaker, all of up to Frank on a meeting of the erts and millers who were with annum.' Ui. itne ffovernjrient sued trains lecturing chief business of the meting or. what seed sow and the kind oi" RESIDENTS WILL GET AFTER aiii Robinson s to consider what action could be is to the pupils from other school districts meantime- and last week effectvl the arrest of young Smith. services were held in either th-; Davidson, editor Al BaPList- Methodist or Presbyterian CHurclies last evening, there being; held instead a mass meeting of three conirreirations board. A was granted to the Cosinop- grain to raise all told the farmer! that red fall wheat was the grain to and that it was equally the Cardston SchooJ. A motion was red fife for milling purposes instructing the Principal to And now when a great many of them Department of Education as J have grown this wheat and have it olitan Hotel at Blai'rmorc as the matter' action of for sale they have to take from S to sitting. ie' j decided upon in the way of publish. 12 cents a bushel less for it than the Cardston i'.d to hear the Rev. Ittr. Fortune, the Sunday last were ideal days for the which made them 3ressrs- Randolph and Alerril have e o the Temperance'and j fathering of the people of the wife Sebert I ousiness as real estate agents Refora Association. Religious i for the regular quarterly con- brother of the bride, acted as bet opposite man, while Mrs. Cora Cunningham -a sister the bride's maid. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. TFing and the groom a son of Hotel under the exercises were conducted by Revs, i ference. the. Golden West Land Co. H. Rice has sold the north east of section 6-12-26 to Ben Finlayson y and Spence. The address given j A good attendance at the opening r" strong, session greeted the visitors, Apostle liauor i 0. oUackav nnri Fortune was a very He scored the liquor Mackay and Elder .Jos. Me- of Scotland, the price being per interests and predicted that of the First Council and Mrs. G. J. Loomis. The years Alberta would be a prohibition of at Location of Sit j For the New Stan j j Pipe I There is going to be trouble city council persists in continuing tbji ing a notice in the local paper asii paid for spring wheat. ___________ to there being a .lack of I Anderson Bros, have moved their work Preparation for the''erecttoli tions in the public school Standards j office from Main Street to Third -Vv- of the new standpipe at the corner cjl loiv pupils from other districts. jenue. j Courtland and Bartlett Sts. ll -me .frmcipai reported a large -at, tendance for the first days of opening days' The high winds of the last two are shelling out the wheat bad- on previous years., Fifty pupils ly where the m Part I., already. A loading platform and scale Is to be erected in Granum and'a great benefit to the farmer shipping is year sees more bride looked charming in a white 31rs- wife of C' J-'Cote' of i" report of the Stake had satin dress, with a cream colored lace e rvTilton hotel nas returned from, ilr- F. O. -Hyde of Lethbridge is been oy Pres, who robe, while the bridal veil was dec. in the Eastern States. in town today. J' orated with orange blossoms Both The the weather is no-! Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Southworth. are popular young people in this com. 1 than Pleasant and will who left this district last year to munity. Their many iriends make easier- Between iwt IIve in B. C. are hack again' and -ill The windy weather of the past few days has not made harvesting -as his crops .__ _c agreeable as it might be-however the [farmers shipping and do- cutting js progressing rapidly and per cent, of the fall wheat now cut. them success in their new venture life. Taber, Aug. One of Taber's most mccessful fishing expedites just beeii chronicled. sports began fishin has the Gap on the north fork west of the Coleman Coleman, Aug. McDonald, well and a good deal of wheat is ber of our residents C. A- AVooIf and Heni-j- L. Hinman hlXS been reliev'ns Dr. Westwood threshed. Every day waggons rum- "for a while during the last couple or" 'and PJlder Wm- young ble along our streets with goodly years but with one or two exceptions has recently returned from and Granum things look exceedingly reside here once more. Quite a num- recounted the favorable conditions prevailing as well as the fact that j all wards and branches had been vis-1 the last three months. made bv Patriarchs! ited within remarks were loads.of wheat. It seems that it was Mr. Jell, six remain in Alberta, miles south of Granum, who got hail ed out in the storm a fortnight ago. they are back and are content to the British Elder Jos. McMurrin dwelt largely f on the beauties of our lakes, and His loss estimated at for the past two Weeks, left for Ed- monton last night. The doctor made many friends during his short stay in of Coleman people in his new ing considerably better than by sell- ing to' the elevators. A strong feel- ing exists among them not to sell a bushel to the elevators if they can only get cars. This has been the great drawback the farmer ha.s had in previous years and this year they are looking for another wheat block- ade on account of the strike, as al- most every day there is a wreck or some trouble between Maclood and Calgary, the trains being very late every day. Another trail cut on. The new fence being built around the school house has closed in one of the oldest trails coming into Granum. caught 2.500 handsome mountain trout. Thomas Hull, the champion angler of the party cought 130 trout in 5 of which weighed four pounds. The personal of the party of Optic, had to have four horses was: B. Wood, T. Hull. R. Van because of glanders Orman, A. Mitchell. J. Haynes J Thf- much talked of game of base- j his mind, between the Scott block and the Alps and 1 rest of the tor tho M Morrison is Worthy President of jcold and a cold drizzly rain fell all clay Sunday. Westmiaister Shirts. R. Bullock, J. Hintroids. E. and Mr. Bcaubier were here from .Harding and A. Wood. north of the Bow. The many friends of Mrs. John Mr. Carl and Pliny Peterson have Oarroll of the Tabe Hotel will be I ten horses, some of whicn are pleased to Kirn that she ha? I work horses, turned to her home from the Mr. T. j cuiu uj-iu ucuujuing tne scenic grand -DOWVlile rest of the which was several eur of their lakes and fastnesses, local aerie of that fraternity Bowville, Aug. John Xos- postponetl, came oft last night. I could safely say that they were not! Ar w -i- t -7 llatertllty- The night was decidedly raw and so enchanting to him at, least as wer h i ey windy, and anything but an ideal the beauty spots only a day' 'S spendlng a Miss Ella Brandvold arid feraceKel fw Only threer In-! to the west of us. The speaker grew) r r t :t f played as the game start-: decidedly enthusiastic popular police magistrate, fire m town of Granum. nt pictwi turned home this morning. j when the largest elevator of the is cut and in the stook. us i 'W'th hiS brother- E- Disney, Cole-j Saturday night saw the first des- ihe speaker grew man ed late and darkness came early. The j the future of our great country town proved victorious by a score Of; end Albertn. j To APostlc Mackay the fastness of A matched race, for quite a purse, j our and its untold une understanding was that new pipe-was to'be placed at the ner of Westminster Boad and Coar'S land an elevated section of tltl city but it is claimed now that ill! soil is too sandy. Without consultirf the wishes of the property owners II the neighborhood work was this morning at the northwest of Courtland and Bartlett Sts., people residing in that district comfortablei homes are up in They say that the standpipe will troy the. value of their property ttff even persons who cannot make thiil protest, charge that the view their residences will be destroyed. U. Kyiands intimated to the that if the standpipe was placwi this corner he would abitnaon s idea of building across the Other residents of the district, wri? have recently put up homes there s.v; they would never in th.-'', section if they had known a slanr; pipe was to overshadow their i A petition will be circulated presented to the city council ing against the being plai' ed there. The Herald hopes Council will KOO its way clear to ajj ter its plans. _. W. White was in TLethbridge took at thc racc track this soil and climate were also reveia- Hospital where she has been for i Thursday and .Friday and brought ternocin- between R. H. Ormond's itions' Ho had formed no adequate some time a patient, being greatly out Mr. McCnl'lough and Mr. horsc' SleePy Coon, and A. W. Lar-Jidoa' of the natural unproved. son and took them over to the Lit- mour's pony .Shorty. The ev- OI before the trip had ent created quite a little stir local sports and there was Smith, of the firm of Smith illc in search. of and Wood, general merchants, has! Mr. Anderson expects to work Teturned from Salt Lake City, A. Wiiiiatns this fall M-- to witness the event. The where he was summoned to the sick wont, back to Iowa iTvf" distance was of a mile. Shorty bed of his aged father. Monday.' bed of his aged' father. Mr. Smith. found his !5ged father very feeble, but j SFomJay. mittcd of their beholding. resources per- large Hc our stake report and SHORTAGE INCREASES Toronto. Aug. 30. shortage in the; Col. J. Knox Leslie former trer Miss Agncss Holmes returned home town yP in smoke. The build- from the Gait Hospital. Lethbridge, was owned bo Alberta Grain on Friday last, where she had under- Company and was only built last gone an operation for appendicitis. year. They had just completed some Mr. Kingsley, editor of the Western rcPa'rs and alterations that after- Clarion, Vancouver, is visiting and werc to start tak- Pass this week in thc interests in this year's crop. The general the kindly spirit manifested bv ill the Socialist ca.use and will deliver is that the fire started an address in the Opera. House, on j some carelessness on the part Sunday evening 'at. 7.30. Would itnotof sonie When thc was urer of industrial exhibition. estimated by tlie special city ditors in their final report, at .abof i; I? with 0. Baillic in the saddle, won by John Clark was in Lethbridge a short tlistnncc- a good race. Goudreau had the mount on :n he left his bedside to return to Mr. Parks started threshinc Von Slecpy Coon- a marked improvement improvement Jus health was noticeable. ..'After putting in six months time John Johnson last Mondjiv. was will soon have the mail twice a Capcd and for upon his homestead, Charlie Me. Phee, a miner and resident of Ta-hvock. bids are now open met wjth an accident yesterdays-he new contract at the Canada West Coal Co.'s mine }hat nearly cost him his life. Mr. CRACKED THE SAFE McPhec was engaged as 'driver" in, Oakvill'e, Man., Auc ,31 mire. When passing closely be. J entered a p-nernl store he-e and hind tho animal, the latter began cracked tho safe, getting away with lucking funonsly and hurled un. in cash. barber. There is sorrow at the Bank in Lcthbrtlgc manager had reared .from pups, killed of mat urtrt. especial ly by who did not realize that they were tame. The legal representative of the bank is quite put our, over vhc loss of his Job and Girlie. TOWN COUNCIL Tho Town Council met in the coun cil chamber last evening. Present, Mayor Scott, and all members of the Warner Church Services SABBATH SERVICES Sunday School. 10 a.m., Mr. Geo. Barrows, Supt. Young People's Meeting, 7 p.m., Mr. Alvin Sharp, Prcs. Preaching