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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE WEEKLY HER ALD FIVC LOCAL PAKAlilMPHi FOX THE WEEK WEDNESDAY A. JMticdonnld is ut Calgary on 'business trip. The Merchants' is now on Redpiith in the Coaldale JMock. Thus. Taylor left yesterday a- Tuff will still have his store on Ash-! and VV. J. M.'Hyssop left on lo- mead' St. cul for. Strathcoua. Tomorrow Cle- ,J. llochon has opened his cafe to- day. It can be guaranteed that it be first class in every respect, if it is conducted on ,the same line as' his ice cream and confectionery ou.siness it says much for Its effic- iency. Give Kochon a Only white help employed. and Mrs. George Hajjarty have uience G. .N'immons will go. All three took their Standard VJ.J.I ex- aminations here this summer and will enter the second year of the un- iversity. Their careers at college will be watched with interest as with one exception they are the lirst Loth- bridge students to enter a university from the local schools. issued invitations for the marriago of 1 About sixty were, present at a already seeded '700 acres of wheat. The invitations'" are out for: the to .discuss plans for the year. Every member is expected to be out. J v Thos. Underwood of Calgary, man- wedding of. Anthony Sprout and Mis5s' aging director of Diamond Coal Uyers. The ceremony 'will be per- formed by the Rev. A. A. Lytle ;at Westminster church at 5 o'clock to- morrow afternoon. F. Hopkins of Kb. 3 was at Stir- Co., was in the city this morning, j He left for Diamond City he the remainder of the week, j The police made a search of tho shack occupied by the men Canton two weeks' trip through the their second daughter, Mary Kath- -stoue Park, j leen, to Mr. B. Jforton Jones at The Model KiUi-rv have removed half-past two o'clock on Wednesday the old Merchants Bunk Building -on. Round Su J3. Morion -Jones left yesterday for 'Toronto. to be away foi- six weeks. Mr. Jones is to be married this month. Drs. DeVeber; and Campbell have Block and will occupy them about -Oct. 1st. Dr. Kllis has conic from Frank to .-start a dontal practice in this city. His offices are in the Whitney Block the rooms recently occupied by Dr. Courtice. The South -In: ..are putting '.p .1 Ki-.rv :-iie'l meeting held in the Balmoral Hotc-l last night for the purpose of form- ing a jVIagrath Club. Tho club was afternoon, Sept. 30th. in St. Gco.rges formed and the following officers el- Ohureh, John Street, and afterwards octed: Hon. President, C. A. Magruth President, W. If. McLelland; Vice- Pros., R. R. Davidson; at 21 Wahner News. On Tuesday evening some parties noticed a horse apparently dead tied to a telephone post in front of the Dominion Lands Oflice. The animal was tied up short although there was i fifty feot of rope attached to it. Addresses were de- i and the pre- F.- J. McKeown. livcred by Mr. sident elect. SATURDAY J, W. Stoughton of tho Dominion ling on Saturday and bought 200 j and Antell who were arrested; for head of cattle'which will be shipped'-; stealing the Chinaman's corn and; up this week.' A few days "ago he i stabbing him because he objected, received two carloads of cattle from i found there some hotel linen, some llaple Creek. j hens and a few other articles sup-1 Mrs. C. R. Daniel and two children j Posed to ho stolen. The marks were left this morning for Miicon, Missou- .cut of! the linen. ThfiSft two men were convicted some time ago for i selling liquor to Indians. j Howard Douglas, superintendent of the National Parks of the "West, was in the city this morning. He left on.; the south train for Montana to pre- i pare for rounding up tliw remainder ri, to visit her fjormcr home. Miss McDavid who.has been visiting Mrs. Daniel went also, returning to her home in Mo. Richard Nanton Sandham. the two years old son of Mr." and Mrs. James Sandham diied of blood THE O. W. CO. BLOK Make Good to tfce Purchaser Have the best tf Lands Sell on Liberal Tens Rooms II and 12 Make Sone Sales M Crap hjmat Buy ii Large Tracts at Uw Prices Sell Anything 160 Acres ip Lands around Warner. Milk River, Stirling, Raymond, "Magrath, Leth bridge and Nan ton leatyuarbrs for Best Spring and Winter Wheat Lands me hnn cnnp Word was sent to the police after the jll'idge Co., Walkervilie, Ont., is _ horse was cut loose and found to be the cit-v husines.s with tiie bridge j ated upon a few days ago. The body dead. It belonged -to one of the nu- merous land seekers. i J. 1-1 Ardell left yesterday for Gra- j nuin where he will permanently lo- hree. I was. .taken, out to the family's pri- s Mrs. Lylfi, who has visiting 'vate cemetery six miles west of the T daughter, Mrs. J. L. Calder, for i city at 1.30 this morning. Rev. J. me .months, has gone to visit her S.-Chivers. will conduct the service at Co. finished large o .in their yirUs.', Hamilton cate and conduct a jewelry and op- 30U. at Grand View, Man. She was i Mr. Ardell besides j acgwnpanted by China and Gladys 1 lei1 being the stamp of young man who; bavy all -kinds nf offices in the ig fil are to-' occupy tney Block re- cently" occupied by Ripley' who .iiave moved to the- Block. JST: T. are taking tlvx -offices vacated Tjy Hamilton: I'oun Chow Sam Co. will open a i-afe tomorrow- in connection with tlielr present business. This will be c :swell affair. He- has the surround- ings, the cook and all the "ties that go to make a cafe 'in which -one's meals are enjoyed. He expects liis cafe to win a splendid reputation in a -very short time. II Lasfnight the' finance committee -met to hear, appeals against the lo- improvement assessment. How- -ever not one appeal was heard. This is encouraging to the council .to 3uiow 'that there is no dissenting voice heard against their efforts to Jcmprove our streets. A stranger who felt that he -ed a bath and whose appearance led to believe so too made him- ;seli at home enough to take of one of the bath rooms in a local barber shop yesterday, 'He pay for' the bath yesterday who will sooa become popular is a An excursion party under the aus- refractionist. Granum j nere oa Tuesday morning or such a business as Jlr ih'e company's fruit lands at the Ar- first' .class jeweler. This spring he of the Arrow Lake Ore-hards of j tWQ storey 'sioi.Q Qjl took a special optical course and is j which M.t Freeman is manager, will a graduate needs just will establish and we -feel sure Lakes and will take in the N the venture will be a -wise one tor him and the town. en route. V; FRIDAY Onfe w.ho has appeared- at the Police Court before, simply would j About twenty-five boys attended a j boy's meting at Westminster Church last night at which the pastor of the church was present. A. pleasant ev- ening was and the boys ex- Tb'iit paid for his breakfast and the -.fcath this, morning. At the request -of the Magistrate he then left town. The .funeral of Alexander McRae, died at his residence on the riv- bottom yesterday, will be held to- morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock and -will be in charge of the Oddfellows. Mr. McRae came from Sault Ste. Ha- irie and has been failing in health for from consumption. Tho aieral will leave the; undertaking par- lors and proceed to Kriox Church the service will be held, thence to the old cemetery. About five hundred, men gathered the land office this mormcg. The even more eager than -usual to secure a good position in line. When the time to distribute tickets arrived it took more than one big husky, policeman to. prevent -with the tickets. Yesterday marked "the of the period for protection of preempting privileges i.f tin had been Those desiring from, indulging: .too. .freely themselves "very, much in fa- and was sent down for two months this morning. __ who. has been" at-Br-oad view and the Elbow, S ask. sum vor of ..forming an- organization some kind, which.-would-aiieet regu- larly. .The grading to the Royal- Collier- .mcr, on survey parties, is spending j'ies is going ahead rapidly. The frog a-, few days in city visiting his j haa been laid-at .the junction and enough steel will be lajd at once to sister, .Miss -J. C. 3Jackay. Mary Sakabch, a seven year old girl living on Baroness Road, was enable cara to be shunted- in so that .the. cars may be unloaded. ;-The .new of the Pablo herd Of buffaloes. There are about 250 left and they will be i taken to Wainwright on the G-.T.P. j by way of Lethbridge, Regina and Saskatoon. It may be a month be- fore the train with the animals on I board will reach here. J G-us Neidig will hold aji auction sale of Horses, Harness, .Implements, j etc., on Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 190S. j at 11 o'clock sharp, miles south- j a-nnn j. o T> west of Coaldale and 10 miles from costing to Smith Bros, and _ i Lethbridge at Mr. G. Sluir s ranch. Wilson a frame residence on Bunlett -n' i. T i Freft Lunch will be served at the saie St., S1SOO. A. Rochon a brick adch- ilr. Sandham's home. Building permits have been granted to Jos.'Tiiff for a frame store in Westminster Road, to C. Begin, for a IF YOU WISH TO BUT ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH GOONS lands in" all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge tion to his store and Mr. White resi- dence'on Redpath St. Vf. Molson Macpherson, president of the Molson's .Bank. J'as. Elliott, the general manager, and H. M. Mol- son, a in the city yes- terday in the course of a trip west. They would not confirm the report that the t I general sproo and row among thcj c-> The faros for Leth- at the local shops last j is 329.55, Stirling S28.50, ht j Raymond Magrath .v, r, i and- Cardston 530.95. A special car of the O. VV. Jverr 'Co.'s excursionists came in last night -ajid went to Warner this morning. -Pive auto loads went LO Xanton. The red lights over the fire alarm I "boxes have been put in place. People locate their nearest alarm box learn to operate the not by experiment. J. Tuff and J. A. Slade are build- a store on the corner of Westmin- ster Road nnd Ford Street. Mr. I Pure French Castile Soap Such as we sell at 20c a pound You will find it agrees v with your skin in the hard water v --------------------------------------------------i---------- I I- J- Johnston v Drug-gist the local branch. Rev. Dr. Coard, who supplied at St j Augfustin's during Tlev. M.r. Chivers' absence in England, is now supplying the parishes of St. Stephens and St- Earnahas in Calgary. J. F. Brarlshaw, Magrath, is get- ting 20 bushels to the acre, volun- teer crop from a ftoid that yielded 84 bushels to last year. L. H, JolifT, of Spring Coulee, has a field of Spring wheat that is run- ning -J.-5 bushels to the acre. Tie has "How's the day and How's the Hoof A good programme rendered at thrs open meeting of the W. M. S. of i Wcsiey Church on Wednesday evening- j Willie Harrison's .sinking deserves spe i cial meotion. The Harrison family came from London, Kng., a few weeks ago and live in the North Ward. Willie is fourteen years of age and has an exceptionally fine voice. Joseph Tinsley died at Michel on Wednesday. The body shipped here for interment. The fun- eral took place at -1.30 this afternoon. Mr. Tinsley was hurt in tho Tabor mines a year ago and never rorovrrcd. Ho spent hiilf a year in the hospital here. His i to mail your cousins across tho sea. daughter and son-in-law brought the one. or more of our many suitable body to the city. j articles for mailing to distant friends The Western Canada Agency's oil isuclt as warehouse on Baroness Jtoad is now Lethbridge Souvenir Booklets A iarge shipment of all j Photo Post Cards of Lethbridge and Vicinity Tuck's Fine Art Calendars Ivory and Embossed Christmas Cards Burnt Leather Souvenirs J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited Famiiy and Dispensing Chemists BER s of oil is now on tho way the Prairie City Oil Compnny. I ivipOg iirui on Tho agency will next week bo in a. i position to deliver any quantity of J any kind of oil at any time. will have throe stu- dents nt. 1 lie "Provincial University whoso classes opor, next week. This afternoon Miss Winnifrod Hyssop The Sooth flirts Lumber Co. Ltd. Have Now a Large Stock of LUMBER in their Yard just South of the Ellison Mill and more is arriving daily. The quality is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced. Phone 225 P.O. Box 654 New York, Sept. Kather- ine Gould, who is suing '.Howard Gould for divorce, today "applied through counsel to Justice ich for an counsel to compel 3tr. Gould to pay her a "year ali- mony and" for her counsel; fees. After a hearing the. Justice ad- journed the argument untiK October. 1st. Immediately1-, following tHe tem- porary disposition of the case, the action of "Helen Kelly Gould against was; called before the in-the same courtroom. The case-was brief, the court merely-fixing the hearing for October 2nd. District Court Opens Monday District, Court opens on Mohday before Judge Winter. The criminal docket is heavy and includes: King vs. Edras J. Gardner, Bang vs. Sam -Tones, King vs. J. T. Mc- Neil, King vs. Dan Hassen. King vs. Oh Sing, King vs. John Kelowski. EASY MONEY says Messrs. Austin G-. Mercer and Bert- Lethbridge on Sunday night returned Monday. They "report hotel accommodation ia at a pre .mium thera: being many land. There is 5-r done buying and e Cumbered tickets the- issues. Jt is said thmt sold: last week for. 1 1CMX. is I being done mostly are not settlers aniwlu> never .ititSnd- to ;be.- They came from the east the harvesters Vexcursion and find that getting a ticket- and selling it is much easier "than in 'the- harvest .Tney sometimes four tidcete one day. RAiLROApER'S. SUDDEN DEATK St. John's, N. B.; Sept. tray'elHng auditor of the I.' C. R.., die.d yesterday suddenly at his home. He was stricken with. heart failure shortly.-; after eating a dinner. RAILWAY FACILITIES ED CURTAIL- ED C. McMullen, the stock inspec- tor for the C.P.R. is in the city to ship some stock from, this vicinity. The recent accidents on the main line of the C.P.R. along the North Shore has seriously interfered with the ship ment of stock. Previous to these ac- cidents which have prevented trains from going either way, the service had been exceptionally good. Tho runs were fast and the supply of cars sufficient. Cattlemen were well sat- isfied and the stock was getting shipped out before the grain rush be- gan. Even as it is however, Mr. ItcMull- en says that the greater number of cattle are shipped1 already although there are a good number to ship yet. Lethbridge Markets Xo. 1 Northern SO 3To'. 2 Northern 77 No. 3 Northern 70 No. 4 Northern 6'2- No. 1 Alberta Rod 77 No. 2 Alberta Red 75 No. 3 Alberta Red 6S Gate per bus....... 34 Barley per bus....... 4S bus___ 90 hoof- Steers ..................per lb.... 3X Cows .............per lb..-2X-3 Live- ...................per Dressed ................per 3 Fov.-l ....................per lb.... 10 Live ..................per cwt---- So Dressed ...............per :wt P.UTTER AND EGGS- Duiry !b----25 Creamorv lb---- 29 "We ean supply you promptly with Fresh Mestt Fish Cured Ham and Bacon Highest Prices paid to Farmers for CATTLE HOGS SHEEP POULTRY, etc. p. BURNS co. LETHBRIDG-E, ALTA. ...'.per lb. per doz. per cwt. ..SI. 2.1 2X ,4 potatoes ..............per Onions lb. Cauliflower ............per lb---- -1 Upland ..............P'-T ton.... UUio Joint............pvr ton---- Timothy ton HiDKS- Groon ............per lb....... Dry Flint Skins...per lb....... 10.11 Cured Hidos .per. lb....... 5X-G No. 1 3j; No. 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 up in varieties which are 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 FKU1TINU- OlfK STOCK. The right sit- uation. Liberal inducements; pay weekly; territory reserved. Free specially d''.signed outfit for Western U'rile for particulars. STONE WELLINGTON Fonthill Nurseries (850 Acres) Toronto Ontario FOR SALE Farm implements, plows, binders, wagons, cnc. Apply G. E, Hemolryk, -2 Coaldale. 45-4 ;