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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD PAGE FIVE LOCAL PARAGRAPHS FOR'THE WEEK thanksgiving of the W. 31. S. Miss Jamieson was formerly a missionary in the ancient "Holy" heathen city of irjaini in Jndia -but is now travelling secretary for the j i Presbyterian, Women's Foreign Mis-! i siouary Society a MONDAY K. A. Cunningham lei't this morn- WEDNESDAY I-'. C. Witwer tomorrow for Didsinsry where he will spend u' week j and interested audience on things as looking'utter his stock. j they are in that land. Her address ing on a1 business trip to some 01 the big mountain milling centres. Harold Underwood k-i't this the residence of his grandfather, J. H. Wallace, tturdett St, Mr. and Exhibition in Toronto and are loud in their praises for the Alberta ells- j lirs. Wallace with their little duugh-jplay there. it is the most original j ter and little Stewart, have been atU'nd striking on the grounds. All the Gleichen for some time where Mr, I time great throngs of people surround j Wallace is at work surveying. Stew- j it and it i-s the talk of ihe exhibi- ing to spend a short holiday at the art was Hick only five days. The fu-'j tion, i m-ral was largely attended and the] J.. T. Mew burn, wVolesale grocer, floral contributions wore beautiful.! THE O.W. KERR SOUTHARD BLOK Rooms II and 12 ton, Out., is the guest of her Mrs. C'. of Westminster Koacl, j broad smile. He became lioiincmjr boy last night 1-lughson, of Ingersoll, Hopkins, o em lives of the .shut in women who pass the threshold of their dreary homes from childhood and of the im- no-1 his The supply of produce at the City Market is on the increase, both as Miss JVssie Nf McLeod of Hurr.'l- (--special reference to the hopeless j of Calgary, is in town the- guest of j Kev. A. M. Gordon conducted the I Awards'quantity and variety and the demand oil Saturday morning made it evident, thut the Market is here to stay and to be a material benefit to both suppliers and pur- chasers. Poultry sold to: Dressed l on ouch; Jive 55 cents each' to lie. per lb.: cabbage to j brother, Dr, Mewburn. The cases against Joe Fong and F, is wearing J. Bailey wore adjourned until this ev- abcmj u country rising and women '-isliiiu missions in u letter to a. friend hi the city; rsays the" Alberta exhibit is the great cst attraction at the Toronto Indus- trial exhibition. E. Ard'cll left ror Gmnum iH's .afternoon he is up a. jewelry store. Mr. Ardell is a first ol a homes are centres mid hope. FRIDAY J. Bailey will appear at the lice Court tonight for assault one Eckburg. emug. Thos. Morris paid and costs costs Saturday for unbecoming con- I duct Friday night. i I Win. lEouk who has just finished po-1 "30 days" tried the old d, and d. on and paid on Saturday rather j.than. work hard, again. service. The floral designs: following contributed j Survey party, 'The! Gates Ajar'; Mrs. A. M. Grace, An- chor; W. and Mrs. II. J. McLelland, Cross; Mr. If. Wallace, a pillow j and Mrs. Edgar Hill, a wreath; Drs. j tatoes McClure Stewart, a wreath; Mrs. 2c- Per ll'-- to 35c. per doz. and Southard, bunch of sweet peas; 'Miss- j a11 other lines of produce in the es Stewart and McClure, cross; Mr. shape of vegetables were cleared out W. C. of Calgary, sup- erintendent of the Dominion Seed and Mrs. Chas. Raley, a star; Mr. and Mrs. Penefather, a heart; 3Ir. class watchmaker and optician anu Grain Department is in .the city. v.-ell in the busy. Chapman, who was seriously j and' Mrs- Addison, an anchor, injured at the mines ten days ago, is improving as rapidly as caa be The -win certainly town. T. X. the Diamond Coal "Mine at Diamond City is In town. He reports that the work of install- ing new machinery and erecting buiW ings is going ahead rapidly at the trict. In the rifle matches Jensen Bros, of Magrath are thresh ing the large field of wheat. It is -'Chief License Inspector Deyl, of bereaved family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends. TUESDAY averaging sixty bushels to the acre, jEdmonton' and Inspector Hotchkiss, from Pincher Creek tonight with a 2f. T. Macleod and M. Freeman left! Claresholm, were in the city on last night to inspect their tract of fruit lands in the Arrow Lake Dis- lot of fish. AVork has commenced on the exten- There.ts talk or. organizing a Mon- sio" of the Macleod Road, opposite ciation -of Lieut. SKaw, son of F. D. iinaw, ot" this city, took third place in the Grand Aggregate. The -men expressed their hieft appre- the' Hoss R.ifie with whicn. -triey were armed. Harley Stark is surveying the Jo- sephine Mine in Montana and he iind. -the. engineer have made o. very ricn strike on tne top of the inountato or -a new kind of, copper and., have also .found rock bearing: gold. Several Lethbridge. people are interested in Josephine mine. A- team, to the Western 'Transfer Co.' while for the -mail- bags to be loaded- at ithe :Her- office last night became impa- tient and headed for the stables. Ha- k made a clever capture by -climbing on the back of the waggon And getting out1, on. the tongue -to .get a hold-of "the lines. Z. L- Jacobs, formerly principal of. -the Magiath Schools, but now a law in the otfice'-.of W. -Cardstoh, is in the city today. Mr. Jacobs says that practically, all the; around is about bushels .will anaiteted iat'thai' K. A. Wright has returned tsix." weeks .trip east -during, which Me a i "weeks' advanced: course In .ppticn at Detroit and took in tlfe .Her "has had a., strenuous .time .up in, jno less, than.three a near Kenor'a smother -between Toronto and Owen and a steamship wreck .near. Mrs. "Wright who re'turn- far as Medicine Mr. "Wright, is expected home- f.: THURSDAY report that sales .forVthc ColeriSge. ..townsite to .'since August 22'i Sunday night was' the hottest of 1908 'and probably ever "re-' Tgistered in Lethbridge. lowest registered during the night was 65.5 degrees. r Jesse Kardie" leaves on Sunday for j tana State Baseball League to the'Iron Works. J. Richard, superintendent at the iin Helena. Butte, Anaconda, .Joe Fong was found guilty of sell- .Koyal Collieries, received a wire to- man. Livingston, Billings, day stating that his brother at Vic-! and Great Falls. toria is dead. i The date of the Nelson Fair G-. F. P. Gray, accountant' at the been changed. Accordingly the Bank of Commerce, was taken to the er -the auspices of has ex- the hospital last, night, He. has ,symp- Arrow Lake- Orchards will leave Leth j bridge two days later than, originally toms of fever. f Mr. Bryan, late of the Bryan-Cann- ing Construction Co., has been seriously ill at the hospital with ty- phoid, is recovering. The city insuned the fire depart- ment horses in. the British American Live Stock Association yesterday. S. G-. Davids is the agent. Whenever there is an extra at t'fte Bijou the patrons can .feel assured of an excellent programme lasting about one hour, old prices prevailing. The- Snjrder '-.machine threshed on C. Richards' farm at Ma grath bushels of wheat in one day. i ._ E. C. Reniick, of Davidson, Sask., threshed upwards of bushels of wheat off 120 acres on his' farm south 'of Raymond. intended. See advertisement. j, Andrew Watson of Magrath, vrho j has been under the doctor's care for j some time, came up to hospital here for treatment. .He was remov- 'ed, from the Dallas by the ambulance this morning. J.'S. Jones, accountant of the ?J3ank of Montreal at Raymond and W. M.' Harris, teller "at this brahch pi- the same bank, spent the week Owen Brant, son Cardston, pissed of Dr. Brant, of through city ..tod the guests of Mr. Marshall, at j'Medicine Hat. Don't 'forget the Concert and' Dra- ma in Oliver's Hall on "Vrednwdiiy, Sept. 16, in aid of'the local strikers. The committee are putting effort to make it a suCcess. Don't forget the "'The hit the sea- ;son in Oliver's Hall 6a; 'Vveunsseay evening S'ept. Mrs, Charles" Trotter of Standoff, yesterday on his way to 'Western Ca- nada College, Calgarj-, Make Good to trie Purchaser Have the best of Lands Sell on Liberal Terms II Make Some Sales oa Crop Payment Buy in Large Tracts at Low Prices Sell Anything from 160 Acres up Lauds around Warner, Milk'River, Stirling, Raymond. Magrath, Leth bridge audNanton fleedijyarters for Beet Spring and Winter Wheat Lands ing beer without a' license and was fined S50 and costs, disorderly got The Structural Steel Workers are engaged on the twelfth pier at the j bridge. A new! riveting traveller is being erected. G. F, P. Gray's aaany friends will be glad to learn that he has resum- ed his duties at "the" 'Bank of Com- merce. P. J. De Marce who has recently in short order at satisfactory prices. Market held every Saturday morning at 9 a. m. The Galr. Hospital has been having donations recently which have been) very acceptable indeed. Mrs. Daniel i and Mrs. Link gave quantities of flowers. Inspector Wilson of the Bar- j racks, Mr. Bell and Mr. Wai- mouth, ranchers, gave some exceed- ingly fine vegetables; Hr. Thos. Jen- kerson, a box of dandy moun- tain trout; Mr. Walker and Mrs. Chap lin, of the town and Mr. Benj. Mac- A drunk and I donald of Yarrow sent some fruit. SOUTHERN ALBERTA (Canada Gazette.) Kr, J. Obed 'Smith, assistant Su- perintendent of Canadian immigra- tion, is good enough to send us some interesting letters 'which he has re- ceived from settlers in various parts of the Canadian West. The experien- ces will b'e found most encouraging 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 ALBERT A RE ALTY Co I opened up a general store at" Winni- j for thQse who think of following .the dred. near Bow .Island, was in the city yesterday on a business trip. Mrs. W. H. and ,Miss Helen Murray left yesterday .to spend a few. weeks at Mr. Young's surveying camp There a...long session -at the police court-- last night as the, evidence was: lengthy. -A Bailey got came to the hospital here a -week ago to undergo an operation. How- strikers hereby desire fer and died yesr I ir "PhO-1- v to express their thanks for the dona- tion to. .the federyated .trades-, from; the Trades and-Tiabor Council-., be'inc- the proceeds of the smoking gnd. Labor; Day dance.; V The financial result at the smoking day. -Macleod remains were on the local and t6 ac- anied by and of friends. Mrs. Trotter was :47 years of age. concert on, .Labor. .Day was striking C.P.R.. machinists. The com mittee wish to thank the singers, Clt Tzens'Band, Billie Sharratt and don- ors .-of: the cigars-for the._occasion.: mystery'- the .fire ,v; call for Wednesday has ''Some' one dumped some ashes beside a. tel- ephone pole on Courtlan'd Street. Some of tne coals' started' the pole the twenty-two son., of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. .Miller of Cardston, died at the .hospital here yesterday. The little was kicked on the head by a, .the body ;home this morning. A'-communication .has been received ;froni..Rev.- Dr. Young of St. James' church, tliat he rwould be today, stating, able to, accept 'the invitation -of the Epworth League -Andrew's College and on Tuesday Hardie leaves for Kingston Queen V B. H. Van Spanckeren, Crabb St., enjoying a visit from his "father H. Van. Spanckeren, sr., of Pella, Iowa, liis :uncle J L.. of burning but a pail of :water' of -welsye Church ianniver- by: put the fire out. 'sermons -on October 18th. K JaS, Addison" wilt-arrive from Cal- fgary tom'orrow into-partner- W. C. Ives returned on Saturday with'his-son-here at the under-' from his .'trip to the Airs. Joking "parlors. The firm's name will Ives did-not .return with'-him.'-., changed to Addison Son. G. J. Bryan of Calgary, is ,j_ W; Davis of Snnttie and Hrs. of Huntsville, Utah, 'were tin- he district'.' -Jacob. Sa.wch.uck and two of his after his business interests in town, -today.- iMrs.-Dufton, '-.of arrived yesterday, -bringing her .two- iittie the. childrea of A. S. Tilley of Sketth -Uy G-eo. Bannerman, Hedley man and -E. S. Jackaun to spend a week at, Lag-plr- Thompson's night out. certainlv rausft thft most, s. ited in' marriage by.. Hev.' A; M. Gor- don this -morning.. Mr. Davis owns a ranch -between Raymond .and 'Ma- f Come out and x-iew some of'tiie" Country's scenes tonight at the I Bijou., Also ;.see the..scftne-. entitled This will S10 and .costs.- for assault :burg; Mrs. C; C, Robinson, of Toronto, sister of N. T. Miacleod, who .'has been staying with Mrs. G.: ScGttj" "at Pincher home on Thursday, the seventeenth. if." T-.'- Macleod are import- ing- currants direct' from Greece, arid say that the crop: tnis year is very plentiful and of good' quality. This j example of these pioneers. Howes, of Magratti, Al- fa "rta, writing in November, 1907, says: "I had this, year 70 acres ia. crop, 50 acres of ivheat and 7 acres of oats. MC'y-average yield of oats to the. acre was 35 bushels and .wheat 45 The value _to me per acre. .for wheat was The highest price obtained, of this year was: Wheat.81 cents per bushel and oats Mr.' X- K- Esyco'cky also -of Good Farms for Sale on crop payments, well located Improved Farm, all in crop, near Leth- bridge good news" for the cake mak- .records his 1907 as: being 107 acres- in. of 35 acres -of oats, and-.4 .acres of barley: He says: average .yield of..oats to the-, acre was 80 busheis.; winter, 60 bushels, and. Bed Fyfe 33 bushels; and barley .50 bu- -f-shels. The value to -me per acre .was: The--Socialists constit- uency Avill convention at Macleod on Saturday. Their candi- date- will -probably--'be'-'J. HaTringtdn Stubbs of BellevueV hiS0 city attend of Ferine or C. Karie' Deharey has "left this' moving for hor-hbrrie at-'C6utts.---She has' been" spending 'a few days with her" friend -'Miss B. Van Secke of this city. Henderson is expected home L. H! Prince, was Tield at Kn'ox Church last '.The strikers at- tended in a. body. Mr. Prince is the secretary of'the Brotherhood-of Rail- road Trainmen. ..Mrs. C. H. Munro, corner of Cut- bill and Redpath St.s., will receive tomorrow (AVeduesclay) afternoon and 28; .xsats, The highest price obtained, or ;offered to-me this year, was: ..Wheat 71 cents-per per barley per hundred. I also had 12 tons-of hay .worth per ton and 600 bushels of potatoes off three acres. I also had 5 of sugar, beets, at '8 'tons Mr. J. F. Bradshaw; of "Magrath, had acres in crop in 1907, of which almost the is to say under wheat, the' rest' being to oats" and barley. My average yield of oats to the he says., 32 bushels, wheat 39 1-2 bushels and barley 53 bushels. The value to me per acre was: Wheat oats and barley, The highest price obtained or offered me this vear was: For wheat, 92 cents per bushel; oats afterwards on the, third Wedne '.tin John Salson, man 20 years i Per hundred; and barley hun- of age. who has been working, on the j dred- J also nad 100 tons of hay, worth per ton. and 300 bushels of potatoes worth per hundred, off 2 ]-2.acres. I threshed bushels of wheat from 540 acres. My oats did not yield very well, but 40 of the 50 acres were Volunteer, and 300 aores grading gang .across., the river, died at. .the. hospital this, morning of ty- phoid.. Funeral leaves the Addison Undertaking Parlors .tomorrow at 2 o'clock. -cauntrymen. -who board with him wore before Inspector.West and.Magis- trate .Humphries on a charge of.hay- ing stolen property in his. possession siiiil of. stealing the' same respective- ly. The article in question was a -crowbar alleged to have been stolen .from the ,Taylor Mills. The police -were unable to prove the charges so prisoners were dismissed. Gow. the Foot 'rus'gery j tmen, are now located in tne fine-1 .liound St. stand recently vacated by j JBradbeer Co. It has been com- refitted anu is oy all means tne brightest, most commodloui best equipped boot and shoe store in Sputnern Alberta, if not iu the en- tire province. Light is given full through large new plate glass fronts, skylights, and walls and -ceilings papered and painted in, lignt colors. The fittings aro of the most character and include oak -seats, silent salesmen and display The floors are covered with -oil' cloth. In every way the new- store is a credit to tnis enterprising The m Knox Chuech last evening was the annual gan. certainly cause the most, sober, mind- 7 n ir i u ''ccl person to indulge in a hearty -T. C. Martin cf ;Qnt.. isu u v -o spending a few days in-the'.city.; 1- The Hon.. W. H.. Cushing came Martinis father of J. spector of Dominion Land_ Agencies .j A new department will be. ..opened' on Monday at Westminster to relieve the congestion there. The newly arrived seats are being.placed in the basement where school will; be held until the new building''is er- ected. 'l down from Calgary on Saturday .to meet the touring mining The special with the engineers on board reached here last evening but the party stayed only long enough to change engines and proceed., to Frank. The. many friends of Mr. a.r.d Mrs. Crepe Tissue O FIRST QUALITY All Standard Colors William Woolf, son of J M.P.P., left on the south train! this morning for Salt -Lake Utah, where he will continue his stu- dies in the Latter Day Saint's Uni- versity. The younger Woolf is qual- ifying for law. Mrs. W. A. Bleuner-Hassett and fa- mily arrived last night from Neepa- wa, Man., where they spent the sum- mer. Mrs. Blenner-Hassett was ac- companied by her sister Miss Brown who will be her guest for a time. At half past ten o'clock this morn- j J. L. H. Prince, Smith St., will hear with regret of the death of their Vera, who died on Sujiday morning at 12.15, aged five years, two months and twenty "days. The news will come as a shock to many who were unaware of the child's illness. The deepest sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Prince in their sad bereavement. The funer- al will take place tonight from Knox Church at S o'clock p.m., and the remains will be taken to Cliiiton, Mass., for interment, Mr. and Mrs. Prince will accompany the body. The fire brigade -were called out at 3 o' .this .afternoon to what might jhaye proved a- dangerous fire. A car, of gas.oline caught fire, presum ably fr.onv a spark-. from a yard en- The prompt, action.of the Bri- gade checked the blaze before., it had gained any. headway. A small hole was burned in the ,roof of-the car. Had it got control the town would have heard of it. The value of the chemical is shown by such a blaze as this. E. J. Hill and H. II. re- turned from the East last night. The former visited Toronto, Montreal and other 'business centres, latter vi- sited .New-York, the chief centres of Ontario and his home in Cornwall, Out. Both took in the Industrial FIRES STARTED BY LOCOMOTIVES Frank, Sept. part of the 'will be exceedingly fortunate if it is not all burned; out by the; C.. P.'R. before this'fail passes. Last week' a fire started by a locomotive gave the "residents of the' Possburg district a bad scare and. again on another was set which burned over an" area a mile long by half a mile wide and was only put out'by vigorous" work by all the people of that section who either turned out voluntarily of were called) out by the police. And all 'along the line be- tween here and Macleod fires have, been started at intervals, in. no" case further apart than a. quarter of a mile. The only reason great damage has "not already been done is that there is still'a good deal oi'ffreon ;vegetation to. delay'the sprea'd "Until someone gets there and puts out the fire. Ttfe company .has not plowed any fire guards country has. no the of locomotives. this year and the protection against THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair 7- Calgary, fair SO Lethbridge, fair 8.1 Medicine Hat, clear >y Regina, clear 7S Winnipeg, clear T? '18 43 43 5-1 55 We'can supply you promptly with Fresh Meat Fish Cured Rain d Bacon; Highest. Prices paid to! Farmers for CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTB5T, etc. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, -uuuie.LL j? The weather m of my wheat were Volunteer. I rais- ed 250 tons oi sugar beets from 25 acres, worth 1-2 per ton." PACKING PLANT OPEN Edmonton, Sept. J. Y. Griffin packing plant opened. formally this morning before a large gathering of "interested spectators. Prepara- tions for the day's event >.ad been in progress for some time but the man- agement never had any intention of j piakini; a demonstration of any kind. It so happened, Irowever, that a par- ty of men interested in the concern came in this morning by special car. has continued- quite warm throughout the prairie provinc- es t and has been for the most part fine. Some local showers have occurwi in northern and eastern Saskatche- wan and one or two shofrers lii toba. Forecast Becoming cooler with northwest winds and local showers. FOR THE PAST WEEK Sept. S Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 11 Sept. 12- Sept. 13 80 65 68 83 91 53 45 51 52 46 53 MIXARD'S LIISTMENT FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. 15c. 2 for 25c j. j. Johnston Pneseripwa Drugg-ist inp at the residence of Mrs. C. W. Gray, Round St., the marriage of Frank Hasty McKenney. of Leth- bridge and Miss Margaret Jane Thomas of Pa., took place, Eov. J. M. Harrison offluiating. The happy couple leave today for Banff and the coast and will visit Pennsylvania before returning to this j citv to reside. i i All the members of the Mission j Band are urgently requested to at- tend the regular meeting of the Band nt' Wesley Church at 10 o'clock j tomorrow morning. All boys and} Lethbridge Souvenir Booklets girls who arc not ns yet members j Photo Post Cards of Lethbridge and or who have not been attending, have a cordial invitation to be present to-, morrow morning. The leaders. Miss On Saturday the funeral of Stew- art Wallace, the four year old son of Frank A. Wallace, took place from "How's the day and How's 'the Hour" to mail your cousins across tlio sea one or more of our many articli'S for mailing to-'distant friends such as TTnrrison and Mrs. Joi'-dan rlosirc thai: as tomorrow is Rally Day with the Bnnd parents should endeavor to have their children turn out, sc that I the Band may enter upon the fall I -and wintor term with an increase in numbers and interest. Vicinity s Fine Art Calendars Ivory and Embossed Christmas Cards Burnt Leather Souvenirs J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited Family and Dispensing Chemistc LUMBER The Alberta Lumber Co. LM Have Now a Large Stock of LUMBER in their Yard iiLSt of the Ellison Mill and more is arriving daily. The .quality is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced. 9 C" ff% iTk hone 225 P.O. Box Xo. Xo. No. Lethbridge Markets 1 Northern 80 2 Northern 77 No. 3 Northern 70 No. 4 Northern........................... 62 1 Alberta Red 77 2 Alberta Red 75 3 Alberta Red 68 Oats per bus....... 34 Barley per bus....... 48 bus. the hoof- Steers ..................per lb. Cows .................per lb. Live ...................per cwt. Dressed ................per cwt, lb. SHEEP-- Livc ___..............per cwt. Dressed ...............per cwt. BUTTER AND EGGS- Dairy ...........'........per lb. A RELIABLE LOCAL SALESMAN WANTED 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 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. Send for our WESTERN" CIRCU- LAR with testimonials Irom men. who are FRUITING OUR STOCK. The right man gets .permanent nation. Liberal inducements; pay weekly; territory reserved.., .Free specially designed outfit for Western- Agents. Write for STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Torontc Ontario 90 3% '.X-3 8 10 25 Xcw potatoes Cabbage per doz. per cwt. ..per lb.. lb. lb. 2% Onions ...............per Oauliflmvvr ............per Upland ..............pfr ton.. 'J'.luo Joint ............per ton. Tirnolhy per ton Gri'on ............per lb....., Dry Flint Skins...per lb...... Cured Hides .....per. lb...... RiCNDF.R'KD Xo. 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. 42.4 WM. LUCHA, Blayney. FOR SALE Farm implements, plows., binders, wagons, eac. Apply G. E. Hemelryk, Coal dale. 45-4 ESTRAY Found on ray 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 geMing, is brandccf lazy B on right hip and weighs about 800 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses. W. H. Sherd. 44.3 4.'i_5 LOST 10-11 Oik' dark bay horse, shod all round under left front around nock. reward for return' 1 3% to L. P. Oliver, Lctlibridgo. 4G-1 No. -2 2% ;