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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta H i t u i, 'v' i riii HERALD PAGE, FIVf lOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR THE WEEK FRIDAY One of the Chinese laundries on" Uaroness Boau luoksjt a nine the worse for a slight bombardment last WEDNESDAY to set up a soda fountain for Brother. Dora. NimmoiiS is enrolled -ri i irst class at the Normal School gary. Miss Edith Gilbert, Coulee, aud Miss Edessa .John Taber, are registered in the see- class. rank Craig, the artist, some of! jse many pictures grace the front es ot thb August Windsor maga- is nt present at the Blood Be-j in search of subject matter for j Uhes chat he desires to make. He in Englishman and one of the Bt versatile artists 'known. in.Jtlassen was up before Magis- js West and Humphries this mor- on a charge of attempted 'theft was found guilty and was let off The Enterprise Lumber Co.'s ware- house is being remodelled G. Brudbfler Co., who will occupy it on -Sept. 1st. The 0. W. iverr Co. have over one hundred land aeekers looking over lands in this district. Three special cars are at present in the city. J ohn Brodie has secured the con- ti-act for the excavation work on the court house, the gravel. Long Bros, will The Woodhall-Davidson Co., Ltd., have moved into the new Bowman block on Crabb St. The company handles sheet metal. Piche are extending their store out to the street line and are also putting au addition at the rear. Wm. Oliver has the contract. Fox, of Nauton, was celebrated on Wednesday. It is understood that B. F. Keillor principal of Raymond. public school, will take up the study of rnedioDLJ in Toronto this fall; J. .R. Anderson of Lfcthbridge, is spending'a week's vacation at High River. His favorite .rendezvous is at the Big Lake, where he is securing large bags of River Times. Mr. B. F. Keillor our retiring lic school principal has just finished harvesting a. forty acre field wnich yielded forty-five bushels of Alberta lied wheat to the Rustler. While at work on the Bryan Block this morning Pat Gourlay was struck by a. falling scanthng ana i a nasty cut on the forehead. He was taken to Dr. Cragg's resume work on Monday. Mr. George G. Blake, of High Ri- Mrs. Dr. England, who has been Use. guest of Mrs. Higinbothajn for several days, returned to Winni- peg this morning. D. H. Elton on Saturday disposed of the Raymond Rustler to Fred Ford, late of the Western Stationery Co- Theodore Bissett was brought to the Barracks on Saturday night and is committed for' trial for the at- tempted murder of Vasnais at Boun- dary Creek. Thomas Judson, wife .'and family of Balgonie, Sask., .has.taken up his res idence in the city. Mr. Judson has travelled all West and thinks MR. FREEMAN GIVEN A SHOCK Enticed to Power House and Surprised by the Employees suspended sentence under bonds An is demonstrating the ex- vcr> has recently purchased the Shire keep t-hft peace. He was dealt .j cellencies of the White Sewing Mach- horse known as Irwin, No. 23388, fth leniently because he was under of liquor. Jordon Porter, son of Arlington ine at Turpin's Furniture Store. Call and see what (this machine will do. foaled in 1904. This animal carried all before him at the recent in Last evening'Rev. Wm. Reid united River Times. is evidently disatisfied in marriage G. B. Porter and Miss Al-! The foundation for the (Taylor Mill- lih single blessedness, and has fotj ma Bratz. ilex Spencer acted as j ing Co.'s new elevator at Stirling crairy'; idea. He has the and Mrs.. A. H. Packard is completed and the work is being it the.-city can'..well look after the as bridesmaid, two are one." G-J pushed forward. Work on the Com- has instituted a Boston Lunch Eev.J. M.Harrison today receiv- Pony's elevator at Taber will .start basket of beautiful crab apples I Monday. The machinery for both next the Arlington Hotel, jand few plums from Medicine Hat. (elevators is on the track in this city. id although, he has made a success the business he has a kick coming. Notwithstanding warnings and writ-'; ag on the wall he has determined to ike unto himself" a wife. [r. Harrison planted'both trees in i Work on the new Central School is ic spring of .1904. held up indefinitely P. O.Nolan, the celebrated The company went 10 Cardston vhis I guaranteed to lack of at Catgc ry two car loads on ten Bratz, of Pincher Creek, is the j morning to i defend: Mrs. Vadnais who will answer to the charge of attempt idv 01 his choice and tomorrow .LI T, -1 -ling to murder her husbanu. ling at 8.30, the Rev. >tr. Reid, oi b ._. _ be Baptist Church is to officiate as executioner. The cornmissera ion of "his old bachelor friends, Mr. H. Dean of. Vic- days" notice until the work was com- pleted .but the agreement is IMJI. all being fulfilled. Miss Fraser, A.T.C. toria are visiting Mr. and atrs. of the Toronto Conservatory oi Mr. Dean was recently ap Music- is the of Mrs. H. E. Southern Alberta the garo.cn of it all. A number of residents of the city journeyed to the ranch of J. A. Nei- dig yesterday to help celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Neidig and her son Ed. K.eidig.. A gentleman who came to town yes. terday to.work on the Taylor eleva- tor at Stirling states that there are idle men at "Calgary, many of them'dead broke and reduced to the condition of beggars. About eightee'n men attended the meeting in the interests of yesterday. Nothing was done in the way of deciding whether to run a candidate at the next federal elec. tion. Another meeting will ba held next Sunday when the matter will be taken up. J. Nolan. K.C., spent Sunday in the city. He was at Cardstun. 'Oi several days last first visit there in twelve years. He was buLhl ing over with enthusiasm for the country between 'Lethbridge and that point and he thinks it is the best grain growing region on. earth. He says he never saw such crops in all his days. cfvhnnU for schools lor tne of the duplicate, is ex-; pointed inspector ided to him in these, his last few Kootenays and >urs of single !liext A. Blenner-Hassett Rev. Mr. Fortune, of Calgary will a business trip to Feruie this! be'in the city this evening to organ- jrning. He states that he never j ize a branch. ,of the Temperance and so many people busv at once j Moral Reform League of Alberta. Se town, has grown temporarily as The meeting will be. held in Wesley town on Tuesday mor- Churcb. who has carriedj John Odmark is claiming dam- magic Tohn E. Wilson, business on Second' St. East, Cal- j ages against the owner Burgess, 559 Ellice avenue, on her j The Taber Free Press has the fol- lowing reference to a former resident of Lethbridge: Jos. Shorthouse, who has been machine boss at the Cana- da West Coal Co.'s mine, has sever- ed his- connection with the company and. left Wednesday morning for Low- moor, j Virginia, where: he will .fill the position of pit boss under Charles Dixon, late superintendent of.the Ca- nada West mine, but now manager of where she i has accepted a position as instructor j in piano playing and' harmony in the Free Preao. Mr. Fred Ford, formerly manager i of the Western Stationery Co., Leth- ning and left on the afternoon train. It is likely that Mr. Ford may be- of the red i Come mterested in business, here. He under'the name of "Imperial Cow at present m'. pound.- The ani-1 is one of the best newspaper and sta- has assigned for the mal spent last night browsing off the j men in the Dominion of Ca- t of his-creditors to the trees in his. lawn.. People who fat- j natla and has had a thorough train- ten their cows at others' expense in cities of the East and West' will hereafter pav for would be indeed lucky in Gufu-antee of Calgary. THURSDAY MiHer, city editor of the j Etwa Free Press, spent last even- in the city, the guest of J. J Miss 'Margaret Crahan who has visiting her aunt Mrs. C. Eck- storm, will return to College at Seat tie next week. Miss Lucille Eckstorm will also resume her studies at Seat- ?6hnstoi; J. Stapletoa, father ol: Miss j tie next week. te Stapleton, formerly bookkeeper j The town of Claresho'lm is clrove out f tne Hudson Bay, Co., in ..this city; j erhig the adkisability. of going at Macleod on Sunday night. j the electri( light business, installing Sawchuck .of kleptomaniac j a new generating plant in connection e was recently liberated again, j with their waterworks system. Mc- betran work for the city but was Kenzie Roy have' been appointed obtaining his presence mond Rustler Mr. Trotter of Trotter Bros., horse men of Brandon, is in the city this week, delivering horses to railway construction contractors. Mr. Trot- to D. J. Whitney's (From Tuesday's Dailyi) A very pleasant surprise was sprung on M. Freeman by the employees of the Electric Company last night, on. the occasion his severing his con- lectioii with the company now that the plant has been handed over to the city. Mr. Freeman in company with Dr. Mewburn, the president of the com. pany were decoyed down to the plant about 9.30. Waiting for them were His Worship Mayor Henderson, Sec- retary Treasurer Eobinson and Su- perintendent Reid, the Power House, who now has assumed the management of the electric light plant. When Mr. Freeman entered the of- fice Dr. Mewburn read the append- ed address which was accompanied by a gold locket and chain, and made the presentation. Mr. Freeiaan in "a neat reply spoke of the good will" existing among the employees and hoped as pleasant re- lations would exist between the em- ployees and Mr.; Reid as had been shown to him .as managing director for the company. Dr. Mewburn spoke of the history of the company and hoped for- con- tinued pleasant conditions among all connected with the plant. The mayor addressed the employees as befitted the occasion and expres- sed the wish that all the old employ- ees would stay with the company. The employees without exception' THE O. W. KERR CO. SOUTHARD BLOCK Make to the Purcfcww Have tke best rf Lands Sell OB Liberal Terms Rooms II 12 Make Sales n Fayaot Buy in Larf e at Uw Prim Sell Aayttaf tim 160 Acres Lands around Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nanton ts for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lands IF YOU WISH TO BUT ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge Lethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern 85 No. 2 Northern 82 speak in the highest terms of Mr. No. 3 Northern 75 Freeman and hold him in the greatest J NO. 4 Northern 67 the Lownioor Iron Coal Co. All esteem. The whole affair last night j jfo. 1 Alberta Red 77 was simple, kindly' and well con. No. 2 Aberta Red................. 74 ducted. No. 3 Alberta Red 67 'W J ALBERTA REALTY Co I Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, I Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridge will wish Mr. Shorthouse every suc- cess. His family will remain here for a time. F. H. Sherman, president of the Freemanj Esq., Manager eyes. He says the Brandon people are not aware that such a garden could be seen here. The Okotoks Review savs: Rev. Mr. order of one of the aldermen dis-j by the council as valuators or -the-Cobb, who has been pastor of the .H. V j existing stock, and transmission lines Church" of Christ here for Iron Works have been running i of tiie old concern. months, has tendered his resignation itf full capacity all season. Large! Arrangements have been made to and has taken over the business of Contracts 'are being received, among have Mr. White of New York, one of Mr. Louis Brisette.; Mr. Cotm from the Crow's Nest Pass j the chief promoters of the laymen's! his main, reason for is that HKrvenient for missions and John R. j he is not willing to try to nnng up Mott, of world wide fame in the stu his children and educate them on the movement visit the j salary; that he has been .receiving. An effort is being j The yield of wheat in most places operations will be resumed made to secure a date for a enormous. CO' bushels of wheat -a few days i city. j straight through being common. -Coal Co., at Fernie. The work on the Knox Church Ssf being- delayed owing to lack of dent volunteer 3jrick. Tlie brick.is on the way and west this fall. The citizens will be interested to Threshing is well started and nearly how much of the city's revenue all of the gram is cut. Help seems livtocai buyers are paying five conts B5 for winter wheat than for No. 1 The prices arc 75 cents >s derived from the license and po- j to be plentiful everywhere. The beets SO cents respectively' T ast year-i lice departments. Chief coming along fine and the longer hthe difference was onlv 3 cents, to the council last month i they arc- able to let grow the better the .following receipts: Lie-! it is. They will go very heavy to pound the acre this Rust- being 87 and 90. [showed and Mrs. Francis Hutton fees' S496' fangston. Ont., are voting makinS a i lighter, Mrs. D. J. Whitney.- 'Mr. Talk about "the heights by great r Tierney from Rockham, South ilrs. Button will go from here men reached and kept not being at- Dakota, is in the city. He is well '-i'.V j. T-I i eiiriHnri fiirrVvi- Gus pleased with what he has scci1. of their sons at Grand Forks, j tamed suuaen ingnc. district. Good farming will great results. In the twenty i dig's experience 'last night overrides nnotc' nhiincsrinii'- rr.r wis in- the poets philosopu.. loi n, >vas in jY yam is going the rounds today lat in consequence of a certain en- I sjgtaeer on the C.F.R. booking for a! Jpew -catch on his fire box door, he j hour, feot a piece of chain with a hook on j Labor Day. fthc end of it attached instead. i G. Bradbeer Co. will move to )Wm. Oliver lias secured the con- j the Enterprise Lumber Co.'s ware- this brin District Slihe- Workers., is in the city on his way from Taber to Fernie. He has been at his homestead recuperat- j ing after the arduous labors follow- ing the conflagration at Fernie. Mr.' Sherman will attend the meeting of the Trades and Labor Congress Halifax and will later address the miners at various pdiiiis in liiw.1'pro- Lethbridge Electric Co.. Ltd, Dear Mr. the em- ployees o: the Lethbridge Electric Co. on the occasion'of your severing your connection with us wish to con- vey "to. you our great appreciation of the kind relations which have always The Taber Free Press says: J. E. Osborne, superintendent of tlie Al- berta Land Improvement Co. tells us he has 320 acres wheat which is now all up. 'He has }ust finished threshing oats, which were sowed on late spring breaking, and they yield 40 bushels to the acre, The company have five sections of land fourteen, miles south of To.ber. They were late getting started with their steam ploughing outfit last We regret that the sale of com'i pany's plant terminates the pleasant business relations we have always had, and we ask you to accept the No. 2 White 70 Oats .per. bus. Barley -.'.............per bus---- 50 Flax.................per 80 the hoof- Steers..................Per Ib.... 3X Cows.................per Ib.. -2X-3 Live ....___...______per cwt..... Dressed................per cwt---- 8 Fowl....................per Ib.... 10 Live .per accompanying chain and lolcket a slight token oi our esteem. We both you and Mrs. Free, man every prosperity in the suc- ceeding years. J. B. Walker, W. J. McConnel, cwt.., cwt.. as j BUTTER-AND Dairy.................'..per Ib.... 25 Creamery................per Ib----27 Eggs ...................per 30 New Potatoes ........per cwt. C. Davis, L. G. Persinger, J. Arnold, McKenzie, E. Arnold, M. Mc- spring or they 'would have had .more Greevy, "E, Theobald, R. Andrews, T. under crop. -It is the intention of Turner, W. Moffat, J. Hendrie, H. the company to get the whole five Groves, J. Tickner. sectiors under cultivation as quickly as possible. THE WEATHER siting at the Hat lor a few days, is expected home tonight. G. C. McDonald, Burd'ett St.. has removed'to the new house on Bart- lett St., recently erected by C. Mat- chett. A man at the Arlington last missed SIS and his card for the uu- IZMiiioiiLun, trace fair (56- C'lvlgary, fair.................. 70 Lethbridge. clear f2 Medicine Hat, fair Regina. clear Winnipeg, clear I Bulletin From 70 62 68 Central Office .10 .30 40 40 42 46 32 43 ion. The articles itiated into and elected President 01 j years he has been in South Dakota by another man. the Painters' Union in the space on Ms wheat never yielded more than Watch Gus' smoke on IS bushels to the acre. 15 bushels to the acre is considered a bumper crop. were soon fou-irl by another man. The police think th'ey had been dropped by horn" when he was arrested. Edmonton Saturday Nexvs: A great many q-ood wishes and conecratula- _________ ._.. The firc brigade were called '.out to tions to Attorney General "tijact for the new Oddfellows' block. house, two doors south of the Herald j a blaze near the electric light plant j and Mrs; Crosg tiie weck, on will commence Monday. j office on Sept. 1st. They'will locate i this morning. A stable owned by HulTnor, manager of the drv in the new Stafford block as soon as i Jas. Bailey was set on tirt department at the Hudson. Bay it is finished.. In the meantime the j sumably by the yard engine CO.'K returned this morning! public will lie given perfect satisfac- i burned. About j :from his semi-annual buying trip to i tion and a complete stock will be promptly appeared on the scene' On this trip Mr. Huffner i carried. This company are fast mak- Some delay was occasioned by Mr. purchased more extensively ttjm ever. ing a reputation for prompt and j Bailey not knowing how to viuff the T-. and first class alarm. Citizens should post them- We supply you promptly -vdtli i Fresh Meat 5: Fish Cured Ham and Bacon. -JJU.gJU.CBI. Farmers for 2X 4 Cabbage Ib.., Onions Ib.. Upland -...........--Per ton.... Blue Joint ...'.........per ton.... Timothy..............per Green............per Dry Flint Skins...ner Ib.......10-H Cured Hides .....per. Ib....... RENDERED No. 1 3% No. 2 2% 1 The- weather in the prairie provinc- es has been comparatively cool and it has been showery in ,parts of Man- itoba and Saskatchewan. The dis- turbance which has caused the cool.! unsettled weather, is passing east- ward and the weather is clearing. provinces fine and a little warmer. the birth of a new little daughter on pre' i Sunday last. dozen firemen the Mr. Andrew Broder, Conservative IM.P. for Tundas will leave shortly for Saskatchewan and Alberta, where he will address meetings in company with the western members, Messrs. n the higher doss Patrons of the store will, find extensive line of fall and winter ut the company's store fn the of a. couple of weeks. The friends of Oscar Fitzmaurice, this spring opened up a general at Milk will regret to that Mr. Fitzinaurice was 'brought to the Gait Hospito-1 ca last where his eye wa-s removed. was struck with u which injured the eye to such extent that the above operation found necessary. 1 Souvenir China One-third off the regular price. Some very pretty and attractive piec J0 J. Johnston Druggist JARTERS- courteous goods. F. D. ICerr, of the law firm of Den Peck and Kerr, Feterboro, and son of the late Senator Kcrr. of Cobourg, is the guest of W. A. Bu- chanan. He is on his way east from an extended trip through the west as far as the Pacific coast. He is great ly impressed with the wonderful de- velopment of the country. A. E. Ives has returned from an enjoyable week's outing at the Wat- crton Lakes. He caught a fish, which he says was two feet long. Lots of others much larger got away just as he had them out of the water Anyway lie says the Waterton Lakes can't be beaten for natural beauty and good fishing. Banff isn't in it. SATURDAY The first sod for the new Oddfel- low's Block on Round St. ed this morning. The first green corn to be brought in this season is said to have been brought in by R. Tiffin yesterday. selves as to how this is done in or- der tthat the brigade may have every j WEATHER FOR THE Aug. 25............... 28 29 Aug. 31 83 70 78 69 C5 McCarthy and Lake. It is reported that there is a full Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia _ j. staff at the round house now. If a opportunity of checking a fire at the r man has been placed m each of tne start. MONDAY Mrs. on her way home from G-uelph, is spending :a few days at Indian Head. .E. N. Iliginbotham has returned from an enjoyable holiday at the old home at Guelpn, Ont. "How's the day and low's the Hour to mail your cousins across the sea one or more- of our many suitable articlt-s for mailing to distant friends such as Lethbridge Souvenir Booklets Photo Post Cards of Lethbridge and Vicinity positions made vacant by the strike, thirty new men have been brought into the local shops. Chief scums to have a sixth sense which enables him to de- tect tin horn gamblers or in other words, lleecers, parasites, or-robbers. He has made up his mind that, they will be given no quarter here so the sooner they learn' this fact the less trouble and expense be incurred by them. Chief Gillespie simply can't tolerate them and seems to know whenever one .drifts in. One of these undesirables shook the dust of our city from his feet at- noon today. Sol dom is there seen such a lot of gen- tlemen who are worth- watching as are in the city now. Stay with it chief and more power to you. Real Estate Bargains Government of the Province of Alberta Notice to Steam Engineers NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an examination will be held by Joseph Buxton, a duly appointed In- spector of Steam Boilers for the Pro- vince of Alberta, at Calgary, Sept. 4th, at Co.Operative Hail. High River. Sept. 7th, at Astoria Sample Room. Claresholm, Sept. 9th, at Alberta Sample Room. Macleod, Sept. llth, at Town Kali. Lethbridge. Sept. 14th and 15th at A. R. I. Reading Room. Raymond, Sept. 17th, at Town Hall CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTRY, etc. P. BURNS t LETHBRIDGKE, ALTA< A RELIABLE LOCAL SALESMAN WANTED lor Lechbndge, Alta., and adjoining- country to represent "Canada's Oldest and Greatest Nurseries." We are iri 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.- x 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. for particulars. STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Toronto Ontario STRAYED Strayed to the premises of N.W. 1_4 Sec. 3, Twp. 12, R. 23, one small Aid v iuuina, JL i i-pi-rt iv Cardston, Sept. 19, Cahoon Hotel brown mare weighing abou. ,50 Ibs The wedding of Fred Whitaker, of Tuck's Fine Art Calendars Calgary, and Miss Margaret Embossed Christmas Cards n, nv 11 01 Burnt Leather Souvenirs Pink Pain fchoop Headache, womanly pains, any pain, _ anywhere, in 20 minutes sure. Form. J. lllginDOinflffl U LO. Vila on the 25c. box. Ask your drug- Limited gist dbout this fine. Sold by J. J. Johnston. Family and Dispensing Chemists t St. Isidore, P. Q., Aug. 18, 1904. Minard's Liniment Co., Limited, have frequently used MTNAED'S LINIMENT and also pre- scribe it for my patients always with the most gratifying results, and I con- sider it the best all-around Liniment extant. Yours truly, Dfe. JOS. AUG. SIEIOS. 1 i Lots on Smith St., Block IS Lots west of Westmin- ster, 1.4 mile from school. These lots are high and dry and in a beautiful lo- cation, each 3_Lot 49 on Torrance Ave- nue. The last unsold in this street, SI75 one-acre Lots east side McKillop St., each.. Lots in Block Wall work Addition, facing railroad track, close to El- lison Mill, 700 yds. from school Lots (150 it. fac- ing Westminster, 300 yds. south of school, oach ALL THE ABOVE ON EASY J TERMS t T. E. Patteson Room 7, Oliver Block Sample Room. Hotel Sample Room. AT 9 O'CLOCK A.M. for the purpose of giving engineers and apprentice? an opportunity of qualifying for Certificates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1906. Application for examination should be made to the above named Inspec- tor or to JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Ed- I monton, Alta. branded G over reversed F on left shoulder. Parties calling for the same will pay for this ad and her keepink. 42.4 WM. LUCEA, Blayney. WANTED Work wanted by man and wife, no children, on farm, ranch, or in town. J. Taylor, 1205, Dufferin St., Leth- bridge. i STRAYED To premises of undersigned first week in July one bay horse branded U on left shoulder, weight about 950 Ibs., white spot on forehead. Owner can have same by paying expenses. Oscar Nelson, Black Spring Ridge, Section 10-13-22. 386 Toonto, Ont., Sept. of the oldest native born women in Toronto Mrs. Mary Thomas, is dead. She was born in the old Dennis house, cor. jncr of King and Yonge Sts. ESTRAY Found on my farm southeast of city. 8-20, two horses, one branded small h over G on right shoulder, is mouse color and weighs about 800 pounds; the other a gelding, is branded lazy B on right hip and weighs about 800 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses. W. H. Sherd. LOST A brown and white English setter with tag numbered either 36 or 37. Reward by returning to Fred Hick. 44.2 ;