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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGt; WCEKLf HERALD PAOE FIVE LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR THE WEEK WEDNESDAY .C. F. Smith, son-in-law of A. H. JMcKeown and Mr. Marshall arrived iu the city from Regina this morn- ing. Douglas Ferguson is the new driv- er at the hall. Ray Craig will resume his studies at, his home in the States. .W. C. Simmons returned from a trip to the northern part of the rid- ing yesterday morning and left at night for the east. Mrs. Fitzpatrick and family who have been visiting Mrs. C. Begin, returned to Sweet Grass this morn- Ing. Dan Hassou had his preliminary hearing at the Barracks yesterday af- ternoon and was committed for trial at the next sitting of the Supreme The funeral of Dallas Campbell was fairly well attended yesterday. Rev. J. S. Chivers conducted the service St. Augustin's church. Messrs Maiiwaring, J. J. Johnston, L. M. Johnston, Bradbeer and McGillis act- ed as palbearers J. Ridington, of Winnipeg, accom- panied by Mrs. Ridington, is spend- ing today in the city. He is engaged n securing views for the literature ssued by the C. P. R. and Dominion j rovernment and was taken in hand by the publicity committee of the Board of Trade and is being given iv.ery facility for securing views in be city and district. The rc_opening of St. Hilda's la- dies' college, Calgary, under the lew lady principal, Miss Laura Shib- ey, B. A., graduate of Queen's Uni- day, W, R. Bell was appointed finan- cial and recording secretary of Lodge No. 805 of the I. A. of Machinists. The apples in the window at the Alberta Realty Co.'s office are at- tracting much attention. The fruit was grown by R. Ripley, Bartlett St. Mrs. Ross, who with her three chil- dren has been visiting her mother. Mrs. Stafford, for the past two months left for her home at Juneau, Alas- ka, this morning. G. H. Johnston, lied Deer, last spring, police have recohvd of such an affair, nc expect to learn of such iessncss on this side Saskatchewan or B. C." Womens Home day evening, Mrs. McKiUop in HiMvwor, tutt no r do they over ch acts of luw-of tho border, 'her father lives ere in Alberta, meeting of the sionnry. Society irch on F. B. Shaw, collector of Customs, went to Cardston yesterday morning to visit his brother. The new Alberta Pacific ele-vator at Gleichen will be opened on the 20th. Miss Klla Cook spent the past two weeks visiting Miss Loise McKenzie at the Cameron Hunch. Geo. E. lleinelryk has leased stock from Raymond and MiH: '.liver today. C. P. L. Fowler, of Great Falls, Mont., is in the city, the guest of T. D. Kevin. Baby Billie Sharratt took first prize in the baby contest yesterday on the square. It is needless to say Billie, senior, will walk straiprhter and sing louder than usual for a 0. W. SOUTHARD BLOCK Make Good to lie Pvcbaser Have the best of CO. Rooms II and 12 Make Some Sales on Crop Payaot Bay in LarfejTracts at Low Prices tho dillicult, heroic and faithful work! being doae by the missionaries on the frontier of our own land. Many instances were Riven of dire need and distress and settlers having been at once relieved through thc and tho H. M. Societies. Mr. for- tune has given, a large share of ar- duous work both on prairie and in jthe r. of Lethbridge, There was a large attendance dealer in dry goods and men's fur- of members'and others. The ttev. nishings, has assigned to The Trusts Fortune was present and gave an j and Guarantee Co., Ltd., oflicial as- impressive and earnest address upon' signee for the Lethbridge district. Work on the enlargement of St. Augustin's church began today. There wil Ibfe no weekly services while the will be no mid weekly services while the work is in progress. The accountant who is to take- charge of the books in connection with the electric plant is expected to assume his duties at the city hall on September 5th. The police celebrated the midsum- mer round-up of cattle at noon today. They corralled 16 head which the owners will find at the pound. Every- little helps in defraying the big ex- pense the city is incurring this year. Chester Leroy thought too much H. Hayr has taken in a partner in the person of W. G-. Hole, of Cal- gary. Mr. Uoie has had a wide ex- perience in draying and contracting. He came here to carry out his con- supply sand for the side- farm near Coaldale and expects to return to England in October. The Oliver Manufacturing Co. have secured the agency for 1 ,ethhriclge imd ct for the Metal Shingle and Siding Co., of Preston. Ont. T. E. Patterson sold 10 acres in the North Ward yesterday which will probably be used as a poultry farm. Architect McDonald is drawing up plans for two houses for Conductor Cory of Medicine Hat, to be -'erected on Courtland St. Miss E. Brook has joined the staff of the Central Telephone, office. Miss Brook comes from one of the large central offices' in London England. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Atchison are expected to return from California walks and liked the city so well thatj next week. Mr. Atchison is very he decided to stay. Mr. Hole has brought ten Clydesdales with him, all much to the relief of the occupants. The company three lots on Redpath street-; beside the Kogers- Cimningham Lumber Co.'s yard and "'III immediately erect st.ji.bling to of Lethbridge to leave when request- imr, i m 'ot which weigh ir-00 pounds or over, ed yesterday. Today he decided to stay and work for his board for two months.. Next time Chief Gillespie asks him to make himself scarce he will feel more like being agreeable. A fire this afternoon completely de- stroyed the little shoe shop at the- rear of the Co-Operative Store- The fire brigade succeeded in keeping the flames off the adjoining property, much improved in Herald. The Wm. cipal Cranbrook Oliver, one business men Herald of the says: prin- of Lethbridge, Edith Wcston, the little zrand- daughter o: W. S. Sherd has been ill for some time. She was badly fright- ened by the fire yesterday but is re- covering from the effects' today. It is reported that a half dozen men reached the scene of the fire the brigade yesterday. They amused themselves by watching the ladies play the garden hose on the Gallant, uh? Joe Pong- comes up for trial to morrow morning on a charge of sell- ing liquor without a license on Sun- day morning. The police caught the parties in the act of" buying and j drinking the liquor. j There is at least one ,jvise man m' the city. Yesterday be started to drink but having more money tha he needed for the drunk, he went to the police office and handed over S200 for safe keeping. By this morn- ing he was straightened up so he call ed around for his money. Four questionables blew into thu city the other day. Three'took a Sell oo Liberal Terms Sell AnytiuDf from 160 Acres Lands around Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Lethbridge and Nazi ton Headquarters for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lank accommodate twenty-four horses. The I the lumbermen. Alta., spent several days in the city the past week interviewing several of IP TOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge the the company has started off with contract for the excavation for fire hall. Hev. M. J. Connor of Warner, is in the city. The land office will be closed on Invitations Have been issued forjMondayj Labor Day T A. i the marriage of Miss Delia Elizabeth' r? iftT y e Shannon, of Pembroke, Ont, to Lieu- eachmg staff of All Hallow's Col Herbert of Mnk hall began this afternoon W. II. Asher, Inspector of Agencies for the Imperial Life of Canada, left this morning to spend a few days on his ranch, "Wood. Grove Park" at Cardston. The engagement is announced be- tween Mr. William Frederick Jones, on the excavation for the fire! of Calgary, and. Miss Anna Olga Yale, B. C... will take place qii Sep- ember 9th. Resident pupils will be eceived on September 7th. The col_ ege has been completely renovated, j teaching staff will comprise i ome of the' best University grada- tes obtainable. M. T. Buchanan, a River, son of the late Thomas Mackie, JJ rill take j-art. Complete change of program at the Bijou tonight. The great Paris Car- nival, one of the finest scenes of a successful in getting what they want- large city that ever was witnessed. ed. The office will be closed on La- bor Day. One of those events which are of .such importance to and interest ber 1st. This morning forty-three more appeared, at the wicket. The tickets numbered from 440 to 474 were hand- ed out. The office will be closed on Monday. j A smokinsr concert will held >n the Labor Hall tonight as a farewell to Barclay who is leaving the city -to continue his studies at the Kan- sas City Veterinary College. Good local and outside talent will render the program. Miss Francis M. of the Ward was surprised by a num- of her friends last evening, the Lon San said bad words and threa- was crowded. a was that all holding tick- ets had been admitted on Saturday. This morning two hundred additional tickets were distributed. In all six hundred and. seventy-five have been handed out. Lethbridge Markets Mjrthern 82 79 ber occasion being tho seventeenth anni- versary of her birthday. A very pleasant evening was spent and Miss Redding was -made the recipient of tened to use a knife on Mr. Livesy 1 manv" useful and pretty presents am- when he ordered a meal last night. The case comes up at the police court and Miss Sara M. Laurie pledged j life transpired at the Methodist par-! toni-ht- themselves for weal or woe at St. sonagu1, Redpath St., when Uork on the bridSe is progressing Augustin's Church at 8 o'clock. on the Saturday Sev. J. ung wen a handsome oak chair by. the mem- bers of the Hudson's -Bay staff. After the ceremony the friends spent a j viaitefl Northem most, pleasant exvninjr at the groom 's j j residence. Mr. and Mrs. Hall take1 up their residence in the city with Wesley, A. Buck, a prosperous young steadll-v> Pier No- S being practically of Keho, was united-in marriage to i The machine" another sixty-five foot swoop Henry Dyme of thc post office staff a cheque for payable to ex-chief Parry. The cheque was tak- en to the Bank 'and Henry was suit- ably rewarded. R. V. M. Stewart' of the post office stall, left here this morning for a month's vacation at Victoria aiid Spokane. Rumor has it that he will not return alone. A gentleman who a few weeks ago scattered a number of cheques around M. -T. Glore, by Rev. J. M.Laurie made a charming brides, maid, while Howard Faulkner per- formed the duties of best man. The was given away by C. S. r rancis. The bride arrived from some few weeks ago. The -vitb rison, of Wesley Church. The wed-; ding was performed at 2.30 yesterday i afternoon and Mr. and -Mrs. Buck' immediately drove to Keho. i C. F. P. Conybeare returned this morning from attending the Supreme i ong which was a gold watch F. German will be located in half of Hoy's Liquor store, which has re- cently been divided. Mr. German was very .ortunate in being able to se- cure a store on such short notice as i go Mr. at a premium in Lethbridge. (From Saturday's Daily.) This morning at 9 o'clock at St. Augustin's Church, Miss Madeline Hamilton Dewqpr, daughter of fhe late Wm. Dewar, of Paris, Ontario and Dr. W. T. Patton, of Coutts, were married by the Rev. Mr. Chivers. The groom was assisted by Mr. S. J. Shepherd while Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse attended Miss Dewar. The wedding ceremony was very informal there being no invitations. Dr. and Mrs. Patton left on the 10 o'clock train for Milk River and will spend a few days at Col. Mack- ie's ranch prior to taking up their residence at Coutts. TRIED TO INVADE CATHEDRAL Glasjiow. Sf-i'i. thousand Socialists and unemployed after an No. No.- No. 3 "Northern 72 No. 4 Northern 64 No. 1 Alberta Red 79 No. 2 Alberta Red 71 No. 3" Alberta Red............... 64 No. 2 White...................... 70 Oats .................per. 45 50 Flax 90 the hoof- Steers ..-................per lb.... 3% Cows .................per lb...2X-3 Live...................per cwt___ Dressed ................per 8 Fowl................... .per lb. Live ......'.''...........per cwt. Dressed ...............pex cwt. BUTTER AND Dairy ...................per, lb. Creamery ..............per lb.. Eggs ...................per doz. New Potatoes ........per cwt.... Cabbage ..............per 2% Onions ...............per .4- Cauliflower ............per 4 Upland ..............per Blue Joint ............per Timothy ..............per Green ............ner Ib....... 10 25 30. We can supply you promptly with Fresh Meat Fish Cured Ham arid Bacon f Highest Prices paid to Farmers for CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTEY, etc. P. BURNS CO. i LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Dry Flint Skins...per lb.. 10.11 forcibly to invade the Cathedral dur- ing services. A large body of po- lice were on hand and frustrated the Lodsre of of Pythias, Boston. While away he toured through Massachusetts and Maine and Of course had a bath in the salt water. At! Boston members attended the encampment of the unuormed rank. good wishes 01 a laree circle o? m i j- i i -fHprn-1- subordinate lodges of Massachu- the city will court tonight appear at the police for being d. and d. THURSDAY setts paraded 18.000 strong. Mr.l UiT1. Porter put up S10 bail.' FRIDA" i Conybeare had Excavation on Y. S. Shepherd's new Wt-eks' triP- -two-storey block on Round St., next'1 the Odd Fellows new block began this! morning- j Thos. IVuuiey now looks; through j subjccts at the Bijou toniffht. The youthful treasure seekers at the tho newspaper wicket at the P. O. Mr_ and Mrs_ Wilson arrived T. Weiston was committed forjReffina last night. Mr. Wilson has a very pleasant five j The scenC( A Heartless Sister( show ling what depths human nature can i stoop to to get the start of one an- other in this life, making in all six 'Bijou tonight is one of the grandest scenes- ever flashed Don't miss it. on the curtain. ,trial at the Barracks today. The; been overseeing the building of the All the contracts have been signed dily harm" on- Oscar Fitzmaurice. charge is "assault causing actual hall at Regina and has coma to for the new hotel at Coleridge. The first car of lumber was shipped from the city last night. Come and see the great railroad disaster as it actually took place a .year ago in one of the old countries, at the Bijou tonight. D. King lias sold the new double brick residence on Coutts St. south, to Mr. Sherman, who recently moved here from Souris, Man. The city is unloading a car of plank and curbing will be put in the streets have been graded the cement sidewalk limit. At a special meeting held yoster- Souvenir China One-third off the regular Some very pretty and attractive pieces. JB Johnston i Drugg-ist JARTERS- .1. Rochon, the confectioner lake charge of and j ours. the construction of ice cream specialist, will open a swell j Rev_ Father Laconibe win Conduct cafe in connection with his present will The be The date of opening announced in a few days. the services in connection with the opening of a new church at .Yarrow, south of Pinchcr Creek. At this ser- vice the bell will be a rather elaborate ceremony. Mr. W. C. Simmons, Af.P.P., spent Monday in the. city. He is chuck full confidence in his ability to come top in the Federal elections. designs of the mob with their batons. by charging it r j ai? meeting vesterdav at which I German will be glad to see all his T. violent speeches were made attempted old patrons as well as new ones at his ne-w store. TUESDAY Mrs. VULI. Bertram and Mrs. J. Darlington and family of Newcastle on Tyuc, England, have come to the city to reside. Mrs. Bertram brought with her two prize sky terriers. Miss Burke, lute of the W. A. Hur- ray Co., Toronto, has arrived to take charge of the dressmaking de- partment of the Hudson Bay Co. G-. L. Fraser of Colcman, superin- tendent of thc Royal Collieries is in thc city. Mr. Fraser will shortly i Cured Hides .per. lb.. THE WEATHER Max Min .04 62 42 settle in the city. Rosie Morgan, a lady from the ri ver bottom and a fellow named Edmonton, fair Calgary, cloudy 76 44 Lethbridge, fair SO 53 very warm, showers tonight. Wednesday showcry and becoming much cooler. Saskatchewan and RENDERED No. 1 3% No. 2 2X Government of the Province ol Alberta Notice to Steam Engineers Symes got the police on their trail. Kosio was allowed to go back but Symes was fined and costs. A. P. Bay is shipping eleven r.irs j and cooler tonight and Wednesday. FOR THE PAST WEEK Sept. 1 70 Sept. 2 82 84 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 5 78 30 of He, is a worker and icino Hat News. a Med- low's My and flow's the HOOP" caie will be run by white help and thc service will follow the French style. The city engineer-is busy prospect- ing for a new site for thc standpipc south and east of thc original site at the comer of Westminster Road and Courtiand St. The. probabilities for a suitable site arc not bright but the have not been complet- ed. While in England IT. W. Savory ordered a number of .English HM.S for Howard Case, Major W. B., Bur- nett and himself. The birds arrived from their long trip yesterday, and nearly all escaped seasickness. The case contained a beautiful pair of Norwich canaries. These have a very rich pluinngo. An English blackbird also 01 the collection, corresponds Souvenir Booklets with our Robin. Others were a sin- Photo Post Cards of Lethbridge and net. a thrush, a goldfinch, and two Vicinity pairs of bullfinches. {luck's Fine Art Calendars The police have a letter from a h-j Ivory and Embossed Christmas Cards dy in one of tho northern ask- ing for information regarding her I'u- I ther. Evidently she believes lynch j law prevails here, i'.s it does across tho border, for she is under the im- pression that her father is lynched hero for tho murder of his at the suitable to mail your cousins acrof one or more of our many articles for mailing to distant friend .such as Burnt Leather Souvenirs J. D. iiiginbof'nam Co. Limited Family and Dispensing Chemists Tiie Sooth 'Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have Now a Large Stock of LUMBER in their Yard just South of the Ellison is arriving daily. The quality is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced. Phone 225 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 42 Hall" 49 High River, Sept. 7th, at Astoria 46 Sample Room. 51 Claresholm, Sept. 9th, at Alberta 53 Sample Room. Macleod, Sept, 11th, at Town Hall. Lethbridge, Sept. 14th and 15th at A. R. I. Reading Room. Raymond, Sept. 17th, at Town Hall. Cardston, Sept. 19, C-ahoon Hotel Sample Room. Hotel Sample Room. AT 9 O'CLOCK A.M. for the purpose of giving engineers and apprentices -an opportunity of qualifying for Certificates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1006. Application for examination should bo made to the above named Inspec- tor or to JOHN STOCKS. Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Ed- monton, Aha.. SMALL BOY TO BLAME Pickering, Ont., Sept. .small boy playing with matches a which destroyed the barns and i's of Gt-orgc Cowan, Jr., Brock early today. In tin1 burns n's harvest. Loss A RELIABLE LOCAL WANTED SALESMAN for Lethbridge, Alta., and adjoining- country to represent "Canada's Oldest and Greatest Nurseries." We are in close touch -with the ex- perimental stations at Indian Head oonScCjTiciice, we are well np 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 pay weekly; territory reserved. Free specially designed outfit- for Western Agents. Write for particulars. STONE WELLSNGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Toronto Ontario STRAYED Strayed to the premises of N.W. 1.4 Sec. 3, Twp. 12, R. 23, one small brown mare weighing about 750 Ibs., branded G over reversed F on left shoulder. Parties calling for the same will pay for this ad and her keepink. 4-2.4 WM. LUCHA, Blayney. FOR SALE Farm implements, plows. binders, wagons, oac. Coaldalo. Apply G. K. Homelryk, 45-4 THEY LIKE AUSTRALIA lbourne, Sept. patrol from In.; Atm'riojKi lleet, is still searching for tlir men who failed to go ribonrd their ships when they soiled Kund.'iy morning. Tlu'se number 85. 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 BOO pounds; thv other a gelding, is branded lazy B on right hip ;Uid weighs ,-ibout, 800 pounds. Owner same by proving. property :md! paying expenses. W. H. Shr-rd. 44.3 LOST A brown and white English setter will) tag nuti'bered either. 36 or 37. Hi.1 ward, by returning to Fred Hick. 44.2 ;