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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE UETH6RIDGE WEEKLY News of the District Cardston afford employment for.some ten men. It means much for Cardston. Cardston, Sept. l.-As previously! Mr. H. W. Wyndor's new cut announced through the local press residence is being pushed ahead these l h i 7 UaU' jma fivtm K, i u ti. 11 ilt'Ki U SliCCCSSlul rittnpp na from the churches, thc- Rev. Air. days, as the carpenter work on the' -Fortune, Field Secretary of the Ten- tabernacle does not permit of the peranee and Moral Reform Leatruo, stone masons going aheucl to anv ex- addressed larse audiences ou Sunday tent and Mr. Wynder is taking ad-' somewhat. ix rbioun. Air. afternoon service the parents were Barker is driving a well so as to af Pincher Creek icd> which with hoavy wind Taber Taber, Aug. Hugh Savage formerly of JSorth Dakota, but now i a resident of 1'urple Siirimjs. is in j was blowing would not have been con town combining business" whh The btxnd, fined to the hotel. Hrst new whe ure. Wiiiiam Scott and son iluymond tomorrow to labor in the beet fields. The lowest the mercury has bei-n thus far is 40 degrees Fahrenheit. While awaiting tho adjustment of his insurance as u result of the re- cent conflagration at Fernie, Mr. C. us a consequence the band At was from the farm of Mr. John shipping in Wood ami family and 13ert j who came to Tuber last spring Henderson and was a splendid saui- Mr. Jno. Herron returned from Win i plc- of it was sent to Vv'iuni- 'peg to obtain the government grade lhe on it and soon M the report'is re- l ceived it will bo priced. Spokane, for Spokane. Wash. Messrs, i The Municipal Water and Company managed to get their syts- A man named O'Domild, who Is charged with horse stealing across the line, was arrested here by Cor- poral Moses last He He leaves tonight for Medicine While his future hojns what shattered regarding if still has faith in the future opoivane, lor spoKane. Wasn. Messrs 1 Wood and Pierce propose movement by th r O rt rt T-, W cants and business e mer- in me mormntr. npn nt. u.. M_ YT UHC-ALUU nere ov uor- i uuu ousmes.s man afternoon service the parent diving He get making'their told of the object of the League, the ford an up to date water system in rUnmnff ordtfr lhe ture home i system to their respec- f__-i _ i VJ III COHinfLllV Vl'tVil 1i. i-inni-., f I 1'v.v. need for its labors, how its work v.as his home. and that be a local branch; PERSOXALS came to Fernie, horses, and then Pincher Creek. "where he sold the comPany have been operating made his way to difficulHes ever since the Hood last spring when a number of .pipes t TI i iuve PIace-s business has at lust f rhey speak complimentary of Taber al i uvcii ueiiniielx tiffreeo "M'u'i and her oeonle h- handed down in waahed in where the -agnificent throughout the ressed audiences of the L. D. S. a case the crosaad has T'" t0r" yesterdays south tram. He intends ___. _ "_ been supolied the' town tuu'-s to growers in this U of the, and the i ._ ,-_____........ Jie businoss liouses on one street met with a hearty response financial way. As a proper culmination of the good _ _______________ work performed, last evening witness i in yesterday verbally, to raise the price to sent at the funeral of Mr. Judgment was given for the amount given by the regular system. One of the most Important real es that has been put through dressed audiences of the L. D. S. TT at mst sitting oi tne Mutual Improvement Association and mtends distrjct court Jno been supplied the' town since by tunes to the gram growers congregation of the Presbyterian J eState 'armer named means of Steaul but tho Church. iiouslv efftxted hecominS Craig for commission m. SUre was not verv Preat and not any. Councilman Beck, who was u heavy main Yesterday, accompanied by Mr. saie n farm. i. Duce. Mr. Fortune interviewed! A triP the interests of ;isted the farm with the plaintiff, great many of the business people j Coal Company of making a written agreement to ac- ,d (Tabor, took K. Ibey down to that cept j35 an RCre_ piaintifr found a point yesterday. buver h t r f Mr. A. Cazier. of the Bros, ing that he had instructed BraniiT, are said a leading merJ chant today to the Herald's corres- pondent, -and the business houses! Claresholm Claresholm, Sept. S.-With the glo- rious weather continuing it looks at, if the ywtr 1908 would puss off with- out u hitch as far as farming ther is concerned. Tho elevators are fcopt busy ail day long just now. The best yield reported so far is that of Henry Visuj with 48 bushels to the acre. There can be no doubt that there will be a considerable boom in furm lands in this district ere long: and of course prices have practically stationary Vor the year. This week Mr. I. Gullifordi Moid his farm west of the town a_id about four miles off at a price of per ucre. son of C. S'.. I Hotchkiss, U4 v, 0. Hotchkiss, J.P.. and Horace Miller son of J. F. ifiller of the Union Bank, having completed their course at thy school here, have now gone to amsh UK-ir studies at Alberta Col- K been since that time at the ill-uvted Wright the i' t: -a city business. urrivcU in Sen a d tnd couple of days aSo. ,1Mrly buslncss TOS He says. "Today Fernie is simply j "dark a petition street are allowed to comparative darkness, is wJ-iC T U.LI V tr KIlcSS had g satisfactoi-y as the ser- loser ;at the Fernie fire, and who AOS conundrum easily deciphered Tj' VlCC hv- Th.i rrntirulni- r liOen Sl'nCfl ot I ji 1 Lv sold to James and now ieft here for nis home the organization of the Cardston! to be of the Temperance and "Mor- that Cardston was noted for ths ount of liquor consum-M. but hi was -now prepared to say -with one anci s. McCune's child. interests here will also His large of commission claimed. Reform League of Alberta. j Arming interests here will also re- Mr. Arthur Jackson has gone to In a short but forceful talk nlaric j Attention, before his departure. Regina to spend a couple of weeks "temperance lines, the speaker saivlhe; Another departure for Utah was witil relatives. bad been happily disappoints! in' that of Thos. Duce. who will remain Messrs. Plunkett, Keniiais, Bolster conditions here as he has been told until after the October, conference to and H- Gunn, left last nisht for Win- in Salt LaJce City. nlpeg, to take part in a polo tour- Woolford was in yesterday to which ooens there this week, attend the meeting of the C. E. Snow Hugh McDonald, who Is in >r some time occurred on Tuesday a city of shacks, and tents, with only I A duly authorized commiUee arm, d an American gentleman, who a few buildings covered. with the petition wm K been looking over land here for The D0uvithstanding their council at their" next regular ShOW aS fo1- ie days, concluded a deal whereby heavy Josses he acquired a little over 2600 acres happy of the best wheat lands in this part of the country. 900 acres were ob- tained from Mr. Dobbie, 640 from Mr. Callahan, 1050 from Mr. Godsai oS acres from Mr. Buchan. appear cheerful and j and ask for an extension of the pres- He compliments Mayor Tuttle on! ent lighted district, A rii-at surprise sprung upon ist of the i'Jg at t when the bar located, along the Oow'sj bank management, and inci- charge of Kelly's oil camp, has taken that the deal was Jfest Pass line there was dentally to buy more twine for the uato himself a wife. The younc cou- Cash one :irtrt Th-" drunkenness and immeasurably worse: bumper crop he is harvesting. PIe hax-e taken up their residence at conditions than couad be found in j Hoses Bissette returned from rail- camp. Cardston or the local option district. road work a day or so ago and eel- ilr- and Mrs. F. L. Crawford, of He advised keeping on the trail ofjebrated the event in so hilarious a Medicine Hat, and Mr. and Mrs. W. G- uj.j'VH his method of conducting affairs the laic organ- satisfactorily to all, and the order maintained by the people generally. is somewhat difficult to get the exact preclicts that __ terms but it micht be said, on Fernie Wl11 be and finer city when completed, than the one de.3- future, but leaves this evening on the liver to begin at once the erection oi a large business block. Mr. A. Rawlins, of Sec. 24. Tp. this summer ploughed se- one and that the total paid over was verv close to Monday next is a red-letter day with the Pincher Creek K. of P.'s. the Dokies come to towii a ._ C I Church last even- district shortlv regular choir practice, D. Jones in a neat tho HVH in behalf of the choir mem- n presented Mr. Stariderwick with AU1" Northern 76, 2 Northern 73 1, 2 and 3 Eed, each 73, 70, and 6S cents respectively. The Scottish farmers, now visitm- Canada, are expected to visit this! breaking the law-a determin-i manner that Mr. Justice Barker had Mr' C-rril Jackson is back tO initiate SOme the local ploughed se- ._, "irn 7_ Banff where h. sn-nt illto mysteries of their Th. 01 sod land upon Ins vigilant effort could and would' to him a V to extinguish bis BanS where he sPent a couPIe of !IltO mysteries their order. Tho -control matters. He cited that in j excessive spirits. Iodr7fi Worcester, Mass., in twenty-sLx days; Although some farm help has ar- i vices as organist, and wished j success in Lis future career. was indeed s but? made a neat speech of accept Mr. Standerwick leaves tor been t Macleod on a of breaking into Tesky and Hobertson's hardware store and also I into two butcher shops. There has-1 week i the town is suf- weeks.. local lodge have arranged fc homestead. of Macleod, who have been in. May, 190S, there were only seven-j rived at Point, there is still a camping out near Clarkson's ty-four arrests when prohibition was' demand. ous nature, and also for a football deep and a ......._M iwi Mrs- Mostad, wife of S. A. Mostad his? homestead near Calgary'where he !IS ijl with typhoid fever. to reside. j A- Flsiier. late of here, and now :or Milling and Elevator i Hichel> is here for a few days, that were to have con- j Muth is being sold just in effect, compared with 378 lor the! snune period in 1907, when they, had open difference of 304 in favor of no license. ANOTHER FINE BUILDING j Cardston's juain Street is to be j adorned by another very substantial! structure. j Mr. H. C. Phipps has contracted; out after harvest hands this inor' ancl Jef- their homes, ning but found none to engage. Mr' J' H- Carson- oi the Mrs. O. E. Bates came down from the Waterton Lakes yesterday. R- Ibey and Mrs. A. 51. Heppl.. morning from a laSt the ev'ening a plrlde If 16 x B2 and a barn' including I the talked of" elevator tQ ,the farmers thus showing how! Union -d takes thb writing, com- to circulate. Bank is back from Cowlev where he jfollowed the Vitiation ceremonies. He Stfttes that the soil 5s heavier mt'rS aiucious-lf- who h" lately been j. spent two weeks on a -rellevin- trip A Robbius building a new dwell. north of tho than on the south, if on the Lethbridge track, i- tt lilp. o "tw uweu f-V large Clliantlt.v nf HOW TT r spent two weeks on a -relieving trip. Mr. W. A. Praser returned this ing nouse On -thti side of the trip to creek- Tke foundation work was vreek in business Macleod. started on Thursday. Gillies was a visitor to Clar. esholm yesterday. return with her for iinothe; the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Eversfield .re- turned last evening from a week's the Lakes. Mr. G. W. Mc- T S" >Tewton for a vwo! accompanied them. A most storey _0 x 60 all stone building j enjoyable time was reported and fish opened todav was completed last stone, are much in evidence. Mr. more than orkinarv interest because" Eversueld carried off the palm how- of the fact that the new structure will accommo- CVer is well adapted for _ ____ purposes, as is already 'proven the c.ollossa! yields this season. TVIV x- LeRoy Dennon of Dennon Bros. Sewm" toniEht j. i .i-vm untile tracx large quantity of spring wheat 11S nou' assisting H. p Bell at 4.1... _ TT_ .__ Ltl1' U iu.i nuea.il cl_ J5eii s deposited in the cars today, at I Queen's Hotel. He brought prevailing-price Of SO McGregor with him. along- u -------J3.oi.ci, c-oai t-ity. leaves Jsros., well known ranchers, is back w o business lor Sweet Grass. from northern 15. G he I nt pass- return within one week Pincher Creek, Sept l -School re OI months' The brothers The event was of aa Wea of illLO that coun- He will f Taber. Sept. health i Barracks- Mr. Hood is ouilding istorey house south Of i nne two the Police ol The the month of August j Mrs- McCarthy who has been teach- m LOWS the following deaths: diptherisi lns music for some months i-ft Taber, Sept. the tourist scarlet fever 3. stomach Friday for Calgary to take high school try with a big bunch of stock and stomach Otto went up to He Coal accident 1. typhoid pneumonia i., was nnt presents a most busy males 4. females 3 The t-nvr a big lake trout measuring which referred to previously, week they shipped in Present is .ntirelv Jn m length and though nnt. pressed th what he saw. however, neighborhood of seventy-five cars ofWon. The Board Health will remain in Alberta for a coal, of thirty tons each. advocated the dry eart? s s covered 106o department is filled with men of abilftcm aud assured that if there. Mr. Phipps' rapidly increasing! 35 inches in length and though not commenced m charge of rrmc'Dai K in the restauraat, ,faakery, weighed, because of no opportunity, P.Stewart. The school will now have T, and .confection lines, ancl he is cer- J is judged to be near 21 or 22 four rooms instead of wtllle- Mr. Newman tainly to be. commended for his en- i Pounds. 3n order to land him the new lady teacher is b terprise and progressiveness dn erect- j boat pulled to shore and the big Coal City Mr. Laytcm. now s Superintend both the Young Men's and occupied by the Alberta Drug Book Young Ladies' Associations visited effected the reorganiza Blayney Co. Kimbi rn, L- is proceedin01 rapid-' o wni nave to wait for the spring grain to ripen after cutt-} ing fall wheat, but many are finding! 7 y the spring grain readv as soon as -u, the other is cut Sept' '-Harvesting be- A number of harvest hands are ar- aU CtOmp'eted threshing is in full riving and being taken out to farms for business Jtnresnm- oututs, all doing their best This has been a banner season fo-! Can handle the most binder sales. Mr. J. C. Cahoot r-: gCt "ext beSt ports some sixteen soid UD to last! week. These are the justly cclebrat- age so us can "rw ascertained 01 28 bushels per acre, while are sev- eral places that can be found of -10 bushels. Oats are fair, short, but well headed. This is a good locality j for a few more laborers to drift into is a call for more men to i Mnssey Harris binders. Cardston, Sept. 3.__ friends of iCr. and Mrs. Cune will be pained to learn of the death infant daughter, Leah, aged two years. assist in hanrliincr tho rrnn IN BUIT DTNa Q, i As our route is bein- handled fast attaT0 I" reSidCnCe from Clareshohn to last attaining the outside finish from Blayney it would be well to bear in tne caroonTArs is not the on referred to in connection with the Knights of Pythias celebration but one between Pincher City and Pinch. er Creek to be played with six men a side. Piacher Creek club holds a challenge cup, which was won under these conditions, in a tournament at Coleman a few years ago. The Pin'ch. I er City club have challenged for it 1 and so the 'game takes place at the 1 Athletic Grounds here on the date aL ready referred to i The plant oi The 'Echo Publishing l company is in the hands of the sher_ iff. Mr. Saunders, the former proprie- tor who held a mortgage, foreclosed on account of payments due not hav- ing- been made and the plant will be sold by auction in a few weeks. Pub- lication of the paper will be contin- ued in the meantime under the diree tion of Mr. E. W. Harris, wbxThad charge of tha paper previous trt the advent of The Echo Publishing com- pany. at the east end of up elderly rancher of district, was sentenced to a 's imprisonment in Macleod guardroom yesterday afternoon, by ity, A large force of miners are stea Coal City. were universafly adopted! be a one of stealing a neighbor. Miss Lindsay of North Dakota has accepted a position in the Pincher Creek post daily. This company has carried on i This subject will most likulv Central and Scntn -----for a number of weeks logging chain from have been quite regularly distributl j "As there is really "HO Lr-ntru -UK! Sen t C' in the eastern provinces. Tho at said Mr. Hoaglin.jhavc linishod'the conm-te" I opened up two M the 200 h. p. air' the track and am hare u, tukej-hich is on rail and expected Coleman Coleman, Sept. most mag- nificent banquet ever attempted in the coal mining region of this dis- tnc-t was that given to Messrs. Geo. L. Fraser, Geo. H .Dickson and John B. Wilkie, on Saturday evening last, at which forty-eight of the officials and staff of the International Coal and Coke Company, Ltd., sat down to a sumptuous repast, after which, and following toasts to the King, the guests of the evening and the ladies, Mr. Fraser was presented with a beautiful cabinet of solid mines also have an abundance of hy grade coal and are kept busy Oiling and shipping orders as with me four mi jd m-ic-hin-' "V i! _r M tllis miini. wlll A couple of days since a man vyhl into the best markets. The Enter-' a team and mower accepted die tui Wagner, proprietor of tlu-ll'rise Coal Mine is jn fine work" of cutting those obnoxious Hotel- spent u few hours in -order and the company intend''to be Smiley of Minneapolis. is sure to bring with a party of 45 land buyers on a' The Scranton Thistle Pr-ate car from the State of IMinois .Co. ar, shipping coal it and Missouri amved jn Taber i will .not be long before this "new hit cipal inspector? Can't somethi; be! tn'S' done to more rigidly enforce thiaw? _ Glance at the weeds in other nds of 3 6' r the town that have been there left undestroyed, but wnicnave: c been carried by the winds arroj- afternoon on the local at 4.30. i-s heard s.s r.ru: of thc a commodious cottage -vith f, fJ. a-d H D ,h. i of thc mnil teat. A horse with a bad had to" a verv- of H lt> a hot, a After the success of the bylaw, as-i w, arc sorrv to ,nv WP broncho ceeded rapidlv 'The pru-land Centre School. Although we few minutes but the rider had regret the loss we arc well pleased to the occasion and as t fist as to k-nrn that ho is the capacity of the1 Pincher Creek, Sept. 4.-Miss Agnes Gourlay. of Hosmer, is staying with Mr. Wilkie with a fob and locket set with diamonds. Speeches were made by the leading officials of the big coal company and others, compli- mentary of tlie esteem and regard in which these gentlemen were held bv their employees and asssociates, and telegrams from President A. C. Fium- erfelt of Victoria, B. C. and Vice-1 President, H. N. Galer of Wash., were read expressing at their inability to be nresont." Tomorrow (Saturday; especially is it so to the sruiger that comes in our midst. Cln up, i and abate the nuisance, or] year j voy'J_nce in town hence we will regret our preseMere-i 7 F' Hction of duty. Later-a with a hoe in hand, has venjfed en-1 thc I ffenerallv oia.nte 10 tne jungle, and is ex-f i" '-'in; tfi LI1C nawe S H' F' centres of house coal industrv. It i, name, real estate aeent, who led j regrettable that the telenhnnc go through here, or that afternoon our distin- i we know there would be' plenty' of Patrons the Conl Co. ami s store and hotel keepers. The neitivst ne mine. every ron- town has been procured point of the 'phone line is two away and it would be a mutual In-s- ent if this short distance was cover- led and so place us in communication our mines, our j with towns like Taber and Lethbridge the country! pur Messrs. Geo. Proprietor .John Carroll, .7 the labor is remodelling-is gen-1 a uo wirh ._...... L_ J Hurnmer A GOOD SYSTEM Ottawa, Out., Si-pi.' Black Spring i sroom. just arrivintr from The necessary machinery hft8 or. I lormcr homc- ous conflagration wouh) have result- the Royal Collieries, Ltd., at Let it- bridge, respectively as manajrer. chief engineer and s; cretary-tn-asnr- er. Tlie Royal Collieries is the new S.OOO acre property acquired by the Fhirm-rfelt-Galer interests oi which much is expected ooal nn'ning fraternity. be guests of the evening were tak- by surprise by tin- majrnjfic-nc.- of the gifts, but in neat and ohnS.n vv-ord.s cxpros.seil their deej) for tht- kindness shown livm ami their rcgrf-t at to .sever tin? rvlation.ships, wbio.M had exist ed between and their fissociat- J.eth bridge. i The centre of the ardbverhead to the will be adorned by a mounted head of a black ;led tlec-r. Mr. A. Veale is the lider. I wuO i otherwise would have probably be- Icomc a public charge or have 1 tn congestion Of the Can- market during the com- and Ijcon liowser's on Burns visited at John Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Dolan called on .Monday. at One car of brick, to he for the! lrom v.-neering of the Palace Eel. arriv-j iNlasarsl yesterday, a second cjis expect-j on thtt noxt froigh" Mr. Me Brayne. general mannfferjeclares he will have a hotel second') none in Western Canada. I the MrS' Sanhy in company with August nojess than 198 people uvre left on Sunday for her ut P-ergen. N. after a visit wrri; debarred from entering at P t h I il B cl tl w tl ai y sults an: !oav-s for! Harvest Hands Tlie Herald Labor Bureau has a number of applica- tions from men wantiri" work in this lino. A Pos7 Can] or lottor to this office Kcraid Labor JBurclu Norrnan Link, of Lethhridge. has vi.sif.ing at John Bowser's, but returned home la.sl, week. f. Peterson and daughter went to Cnlffary Thursday night. Uowsor and Charley Ad- rtms took some hoof to town, start- Monday night. Afrs. Adams and brother Bowser, passed through here on inoi r way to town Tuesday. The ficnu and Weir threshing rig tiown a.t R, Burns' farm The spring wheat, at. U. nm, farm turns OIlt the ncro. Win.lor wheat went t.hirfy bushols 10 the acre. Anncl Williams will fnr T.ouie Harlforrl next, week George Creen has on t.he sick this nhnrley Burns fim (rip carrying the n.ail from to T. 0. on Friday. S D L( ;