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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD News of the District Messrs. Smith and Allison, members of Pincher Creek Brick, Power and Light Co. were present and asked that tneir franchise which was recently Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Sept. Bail- lie, of Toronto, is here on a visit to bis son, (X 12. Baillie. B. A. Lunn has gone to the coats to spend a couple of weeks' holidays: Fire from an engine on the C. P. R. started a fire in a patch of wheat, be-[ Another proposition for an ___ longing, to AV. K. Dobbie on Saturday: ]jght plant was presented. It was by .afternoon. The wheat was quite ripe j ,etter and was from Mr. John Turner and so the fire made great headway I Of Fernie. B. C. After discussion this Taber Colenmn, Sept. Lobel Co Piucher Crook, paid Coleiuuu a. busj- I moderate west wind, raged yesterday j ness visit on Thursday last, Mr. Le- afternoon south of Woodpecker. bul is urrAngijig to supply the Inter- Taber, Sept. While returning: For a time it appeared that the'national Coal Coke Co., with huy of tho' track ami oats for the fall and winter Blayney JLJluyncy, Sept. bo- ing all completed thrashing is in full swing, in this vicinity there are live outfits, all doing their best -to see which cuu handle the most grain and lo tho next bust job to 00 buslu'1-s acre and the qual- lityiis uniformly good. w, M, i 1K.V.. J-....'J J-L 1 uxvk with her sister. Mrs. R. Mclvor going out to take- charge of Baiv's schwi. Doc. Sawyer, formerly of Rod Deer has rented Mrs. liousu in, town reside lu-tv for the in the wind which was blowing. For- 1 matter was laid over tunately the was a small one night. and only about 30 acres were burnt j till y claims, became annoyed at the slow pace the cows were mak- insr. He became suddenly enraged was witiu-sed upon. Main street today Fnuik Walworth who hud the by men women and children. The I fortune to get hi.s foot badly crushed (woll he.uiwl. Wheat is yielding good. An aver-} ago so far as can be ascertained of 2S bushels per aero, while then.? are suv- j places that can be found of -10 j Bushels. Qats ai-e fojr, short, but! Cardston tow a constable hunted up and aud forward to bite the cow. I brought to the seem- by a member of I In so doing his tug unfastened, the j the' town council, but no arrest was i for a few moi1 us at the last, is progressing favorablv to us lhere ft call mOf recovery under medical cars iu handling the crop. As our niaii route- is being handled' lengthy over before the fire was stopped some ploughed land. by opposite single tree being forced into j mado._ Frequently of late extreme j hospital. A communication was received from the revolving wheel frightened the j cruelties to horsrs have indulg-i Srtd an eastern financial 1 i j l rn ---------------..........._ ..........._ j i .stoutly ficer or are allowed to escape punish- McPhee who is now m the cast. icd with ;XR up.to.date aollblc seated Mr. J. B. Ferguson is back from j to.wn is offering for sale. The secretary frightened the boy who in wnich ran" away! The j ed in but the guilty parties are either j D. L- McPhoe at BMffalo. X. WoJi 8lippinp froiu the apprehended by the humane coicman on i i r, i Cardston, Sept. Saturday; 1 his is a good locality was ti busy day for L-C laborers to di'ut into I i the olnces oi the. Cardston Agriculture men toi al rair in particular. session A-as held1 the office of "Wallace Strai- who is rmf> the Di- rectors. The representation from the surrounding country was 11 r quite successfully from Claresholm to i- lilayney it. u-nuld well to ivi-r ir. !ton- mind that our mail carrier is equipp- a trip to the coast. Fined for Attempted Assault A man named Raymond was fined and costs by Inspector Belcher Tuesday morning for attempted as- sault on one named Kouleau by whoinj i was instructed to reply giving inform- j Ciim0ed from the rear of the wagon, ation" about the town. (preventing to himself a serious ncci- rnynt which they so greatly deserve as was the case today. A letter -was from Colin Mac-j dent, which might have resulted mi leod, barrister, stating that he had! death. -An instant Inter the rig i been instructed by Mr. Thos. Scott to! WrtS into kindling wood audj brin? attention of the council, j jUnK iron. Claresholm have the sympathy of the com-in-iity in his sad bereavement. The .-'adiies.-; of the news is not lessened -.viicti '.t is considered that Mr. McPhee oast with the expressed n[ bringing his wife back here ar.d i rig for the conveyance of the mail j land other side lines in which would be glad to accommodate j public. We are sorry to lose our teacher he had been emploved. 'bar the thai saved a bisr racket, A Fine Record The row he I. As the grounds prepared for the- the i horse show and sports at the Woolf i Park were so badly damaged by the y, we are about j floods and as the bridge could not t ___ _____ for the Wheat- j as formerly to reach them, The horses lost no time in making! Claresholm. Sept, very sad i tablishing .his home here .perman land School. Although we j the question of a suitable place was- death occurred this morning of Mrs. J b'- j regret. the loss we are well knotty one. Mostad, wife of Soren A. Mostad of j The Ladies Aid of the .Institutional ]em_n hc js (.apablc. uf Iiowevor wfls begt to hope to present some! of the prizewinners in the sveau little later. more even. Roy Wallace and Abner Case have dissolved their partnership in the Ciarssholm livery barn anrl lat- ter -will now carry on the business. A few more cars are at the elevators today. Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson have returned from an extended visit to! the Eeast. i The new iirp hall in Third avenue! fair sized audience in St. Alban> I threshing engines whistling. anO'le.of "Alberta Red" and is bringing- Church. The Bishop's many friends travelling in all are always glad to see him in the Fuss and none were disappointed in his sermon from the text "He hath done all things well." 3Iany Colemanites spent Monday (Labor Day) at the Blichel Miners' Picnic, and a good time is reported. The Coleman band was in attend- ance with a varied supply of music. is somewhere around per bushel certainly lively times. Threshing! the Alberta-Pacific elevator here. t JiO jiccti'I.! till by' Lilt1 is'St TtiiS ini'iu is uin'lci' Llic itiu.iingciutiii.1. of next week. I of 3lr. Xatham Tanner, and was vievr Hr. j.yons has got tired of waiting j tid by Mr. Adams for the first time a for his windmill and has now a small j week or so ago. Hc is extremely gasoline cnirin.e to keei> tho supply of j gratified with his investment and1 its water on hand that is necessary for threshing. He says if the wind fails him he can still keep t'ne water sup- Xorth is now complete and is a very I Michel evidently approclate a ply 011 hand for his engfne- "taking candy from a baby and call- ing it sport" when we ask the writer j been visiting at John Bowser's, but j how three hundred fish can he the j exact quotient of twenty-five hundred Mrs. C. Peterson and daughter wenti divided by nine. jto Calgary Thursday night. Four complete threshing outfits are Mrs. John Bowser and Charley A.d-: daily running from early morning ams took some beef to town, start- until late- at night keeping busy as many trains of wagons hauling wheat ing Monday night. i Mrs. C. Adams and her brother, j to our cars and elevators. _ The Catholic Church have been sell Bowser> sed through here mg tickets for a big drawing forithcir way w town Tuesday. some time past. The winners were' The Scott and Weir threshing rig announced on Tuesday night and ;brollc down at R fftnn_ were as follows: 1st prize, cow and j The 8pri wheat at R and calf, won by Mr. E. J. Woods, farm turns out 44- bushels to The lucky pre-emptor, now-a-days, is seen wearing a broad smile all ov- er his face. Taber, Sept. is a. great deal of dissatisfaction these days a. mare, won by Henry Cameron; acrc. j among some of :our farmers her. as a yearling calf, won by Mr. Chas. j Winter wheat went thirty bushels to the great amount of wasted grain i to the acre. j at time of threshing by being blown Kettle Pincher Creek, Sept Bell, blacksmith, received a bad scalp wound while at work on Thurs- day, he accident happened through a lever he was pulling coming off and throwing him back agninst an an- vil. He was completely knocked out for several hours. Miss Chaput has added a millinery department to her 'dressmaking busi- ness. She has purchased Miss Cyr's j stock in trade and will also occupy the store vacated by Miss Cyr. A meeting of the council was hold on Tuesday. The most important kern that came up for consideration was tne question of electric lipht. Warner Church Services SABBATH SERVICES Sunday School, 30 a.m., ]VIr. Geo. Barrows, Supt. Young. People's Meeting, 7. p.m., Mr. Alvih Sharp, Pres. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. MID.W5EK SERVICES M. J. CONNER, Pastor J Mr. Armel Williams will thresh for through the machine into the straw. Gust and Louie Haclford next week. There is certainly a reason for this George Green has been on the sick "wholesale, uncalled for waste; either list this week. Charley Burns made his first trip carrying the mail from Bowville to Optic P. 0. on Friday. Farmers REQUIRING Harvest Hands The Herald Labor Bureau has a, number of applica- tions from men wanting in this lino. A .Post Card or letter to this office will get yon help. Herald Labor Bureau the machine is at fault or the separ- ator man is careless of his duties or is not equal to task assigned him. A farmer, who had just threshed said suitable building. Frank McCoy was tried on Thurs-j n tht chargg of breaking into Tesky Kobertson's Sh0uld l store and stealing a revolver, but V i the hand, who have been giving much good thing as this is the second time within a, month that the band hus filled an engagement at Michel. This source of satisfaction to .stated that he got the weapon from another man and was discharged. John Nelson was up on Friday be- fore G. S. Hotchkiss, J.P., on a charge of assaulting 0. 0. Bigt-low near Meadow Creek and was remanded to ear befo Judge here. Coaldale C'oaldale, Sept. is in full sway in our neighborhood. A man from the Medicine Hat mills has been in Coaldale for several days trying to buy wheat. Mrs. A. Haley spent last Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Nelson of Sterling. Mrs. Cokely expects to be gone on a six weeks' visit east soon.' Mrs. Heigh-es entertained the Ladies that he was confident 20 per cent, j Aid ]ast weck_ Hrs. A. Haley> prcs. ot his threshed wheat had blown Mrs. Hcighes, secrotary-treas- through the .machine into the straw. Truly this is not as it should be. n the llth inst. there, was born to the wife of Mr. Thomas Lyons n daughter. A violent prairie fire assisted by a St. Joseph, Lcvis, July 14, Minard's Liniment Co.. Limited, was badly kicked by Mr. Howard, of the Farming Com- pany men, is in thc hospital typhoid. with of their spare time during the sum- mer evenings to band practice. It all should help to advertise Coleman and it may well he added that the band boys are actuated by the right brand of local patriotism. Coleman, Sept. is to have a dramatic club. That is the di-cfsion reached a few evenings ago by those who met to discuss the ad- visability of such an organization. It was decided to begin practicing a play known as Crawford's Claim. Two months is the time expected to elapse before the plav can be gotten up Colejnan does not lack for singing and other talent and so great things may be expected. John B. Wilkie. secretary for the Koyal Collieries Ltd., left for Leth- bridce on last night's east bound express. Many of r. Wilkie's fgrienM express. Many of Mr. Wilkie's friends were at the depot to say good bye as he will in future reside at the "Royal Collieries mines at the office- of the company having been removed from Coleman. Mr. Wilk- Black Spring Black Spring Valley, Sept. Threshing is nearlv all done in the manager, Mr. Tanner. The last point was emphasized by a substan- tial raise in the compensation award ed him. The Threshing Co. of Leavitt, the Wool ford Threshing Co., and the- Th.otna.s-Campbell Co., are all start- ing up this week. The wheat is prac Lically all cut. Oats will soon .all be down except in the hills to tbe- south-west. Miss Potts spent Sunday at Tubc-r. i havc the good wishes of all Mr. Depew has moved from his i Cok-man people in his new of my horse last May and after usins several preparations on my lop notlu i 'Mi-. T. n. rjunham inp would do. My lop was black as visitor Sunday. abode. His host of friends genuinely regret his departure from the Pass. 15. Matthews of the Coleman Mcr- Medicine Hat staff visited friends in Moyie ranch to Coaldale and will have charge of the elevator. Mr. W. H. Paw-son nml Mr. Ben Pawsun were in was n. Leth- j'.-t. f was laid up in bed for a fort- night and could not walk. After nsiiiK Ihr.-f bottles of your MINARD'S LIX. IM.KNT J was perfectly .so that I could start on the road. JOS. DURES. Commercial Traveller. Cartvrliall. Mr. Onrrett of Culifornia, Mr J Kootenay points and reports a on Sunday and Monday last. Johnathan Graham returned last nJht from a trip to Nelson and other good Mrs. Troutman of St. Louis, at the Paw- have beer, guests son ranch. Tlusk wns called out to -'John Paulson's ranch Thursday night "to trer.c a fine colt which was cut on wire. time find holiday enjoynbly Two more new billiard tables have btvn added to Messrs Morrison and Clnyton's billiard rooms. R. M. Boak and of Blair- paid Coir-man frfa-mls va visit on Thursclav. The FinlamJers' machine threshed for Gust and Loui Hadford' and threshed 2300 bushels of wheat in one day. They wiil thresh for Ole-i son Bros, and Koucic-'s. Scott and Wynn finished threshing for Green on Saturday and moved to Mr. Fletcher's. Died, on Monday, Sept. 7, 1908. of stomach trouble, the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Becklcy, of Black Spring Riclge. Ira. Charley and Leon Burns took their first loads of new wheat to town on Mondtij-. Lars Brandvolcl had a lively runr away on Sunday evening. Xo dam- age done. Miss Ella Brandvold returned to Mr. Bowbears' on Sunday Charley Peterson and. Olga Brandvold accom, panicd her. Miss Hilma Peterson spent Tues- day afternoon with Mrs. Robt. Burns. Mrs. C. Adams and brothers, John and Kate Bowser, en lied at Robt. Robt. Bums' Saturday on their wax- home from town. Leon Burns and mother spent; Sua- day nt T. Dolan's. The Wold Brothers bought a horse from Burns' the first of the week. Presbytery Met At Coleman Coleman, Sept. The Fresby- tery of Macleod met in the Institu- tional Church here this week. It is the first time in which any denom- inational gathering has been held here and probably the first in the- Pass. The delegates were greatly pleased and expressions of surprise were heard on every hand at the pro- gressive state of the town and vicin- ity. They manifested great interest in the Institutional Church with its cheery club and reading rooms, the- mountain scenery, the gigantic plant of the International Coal Coke Co. and other items of importance. Thft ministers present were Rev." R. H. Munroe, Taber; A. M. oods are arriving at the Bowville store, indicates a, thriving business. Cowley Cowley, Sept is gen- oral in'tho neighborhood and the way the No. 1 Alberta Hcc] rims out of the npcnit i? a. wonder to the Htranper and a delight to the ranclw. )'The yield runs all the way from .36 'fall, from the Mucleod Presbytery. Lethbridge; W. W. Aitcheson, Pinc'n- er Creek; M. ,Whiteina.n. Cardston; G. Hamilton, Cowlcy, and A. Walker, Maclcod. Student pastors, W. McD. Tait, Standoff; W. H. Odell, BlaJr- ir.ore; VV. K. Aitkin, Passburg. and P. W, Spcnce, Fishburn, Regular re- ports on all matters of interest were heard during the day sessions and other routine business was dealt with On Tuesday ovoning a public meeting was held. The moderator, "Rev. R. H. presided, nml addresses were given by Revs. Mer.srs, Aitchc- son and Spencc. On Wednesday 'morning n. discussion on personal work occupied tho ses- sion and the free interchange of ideas whs very profitable to all. Sevcr.il sUnlfnis will return to .college this ;