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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1909. PAGE.THREE G. T. P. Townsites West Of Edmonton To Be Sold In September Twenty-One Will Be Put on the upon tiu. but thc company Crown Prince Of Germany An Adept At Tennis ket Under the Director Land Commissioner Rvlev of g, Aug. A story the progress of town and of only sold a limited number of these I parts of the townsite. ami reserved the remainder for private sale in in inin- Prince and eastern points, in- clti-.ling Winnipeg. The land commis- THIS WOMAN WILL TRY TO GET ELECTED TO HOUSE OF REP- RESENTATIVES ;iature cities along the line of the Grand sioner has been receiving applications i Trunk Pacific was related this morn- for lots in Winnipeg, ami a ing by C.. I.'. Jtyley. the land com- j number have been sold here, 'missiom-r of the road. Mr. Kyley j Remarkably high Prices made public for th- first, time the! Almost ftj, ,md .'complete sales xo dat- town lots thc. thoroughfares .from Winnipeg to Kdmont.on, ami 1Mnce solfl out_ thrt ialso of the sales, at .Prince .Rupert.! 'besides giving some interesting de- I tails of development in the latter j city, lie also announced the sale in j September of 21 townsiu-s along th- main line of Pilmonton. Although it is scarcely a year since i thi- wi-slt.-rn towns in th." prairie pro- wen- put ujion the market a i total of over lots have bem buildings in course of civet ion. many sold, all of them ut a very good lig- completed and and others ure. the sales are increasing. J being planned and started; powder. The order iu which town lots have axes and fires are removing the been in the eight towns which j stumps. Xow that tin- property is in ;top the list, as follows: Melville, J the- hands of the? public it is taking Watrous. liivers. Tofieldjon some rapid changes, but in im- Bigger. Scott and Meighen. Thfi proved value. Since the lots were town of Melville has probably achiev- J sold' therr- has been an average in- 'od the sale of lots because of j rreuse in price of per cent.; much the brnnch lines tha-t are well on the of it has jumped per cent., and to completion, north and south j the majority of the. property is not iof that point. It is stated this morn for sale at any price. Keskleiu'cs are i 01 from to price paid was for two lots in block 1-1. on Secun-d-ave- nuc. They were purchased by a Van- couver firm for Sid.500. While two months ago Prince llupert was a range of barren foothjlls, a sea of stumps. Xow tluit the property is in growth of cedar it has today over 70 Denver, Cot.. Aug. Sarah Platt Decker is virtually agreed upon as the candidate of the women of Colorado as their candidate for Con- gress two years hence. A stubborn effort will be made bv j'ing that grading on the branch from Melville to Belcarres will be corcplet- Legislature, "but we are looking for-led by the end of August-, and it is springing up on every street, and stores are scattered over a wide area, j Citizens naturally built where they Ian. who talked suffrage tainly trial." Lady the women of this state in 1911 to j to the House of Lords four hours, i elect one of their sex to the national jand then stopped only because they House of .Representatives. ordered her to. brought out the state- Such, was the announcement made ijnent. She put this question to the to the visiting delegates from the in- Denver women who are entertaining ternational council of women by one her who spoke for the women's associa- j "When tions in the state. ward to landing a woman in the fexpected to, have the steel laid in i purchased, and each purchased with- halls of Congress, and we are cer-jtime to take out this year's wheat. Jout any idea of where anyone else going to make a determined; N-evv Towns of Edmonton .'proposed locating. The result is The new towns to be placed upon area of business and residence, the market west of Edmonton inside j are Almost all of the younger members lawn tennis tournament near Berlin, above he is 'shown plaving on the Irish and German players. courts Grundewald. Unfortunately jand much to the surprise of the Irish i While the international affair was in fact for they were beaten by the ex- going on in Berlin the Crown Prince I to you women going I send t, to "Of course, it is difficult to tell The reply was quick and decisive In two years.'' All are agreed that Mrs. Decker is" of the royal families of Europe are 'between Though 550 miles from Vancouver tennis I of two months are Acheson, Spruce lhe point at present! j f men. Grove, Stony Plain. Carvel, Duffield. jprince Kujicrt has exceptional trans-iul lju'm' lhey neVtfr navw had j pert amateurs of Fatherl.und. The quietly took part in two or three im- Wabauusn. Kallis (JainesfoixJ. Harg- i facilities; boats arrive arid !tunily lo a old fashioned result was eleven matches to four'proriiptu matches with the Irish play- wen, Imrie. Junkins, Keston. Lea- man. Mackav, Xitou. Otley. Peers, Hosevean. Thornton Yatcs'and Tlw P' K- hiKS 1JUt-ve's' as LeiiniK as ers of the country. j There is just a chance that All of these towns are located jcrs makm8' a. weekly schedule-between Phvsical t-fiort as baseball, One of the interested sjK-cuuors ai 'maJiy havc- u representation Prince !if thoy 'did play should the tournament was the Crown the tennis courts in tlw depart daily come and tro son. in a wealthv agricultural district. and Canadian mails Kamc' of Tnat doesn't de- 'against Ireland. .In the Irish .delega- 'ers and proved that his skill had not four or times a lract a bit from '.heir skill as tennis tion were almost all of the star play- 'been overestimated. week. The C. P. K. hu.s two steam- i ljUl-vers- us requii-es fully as ers of the country. One of the interested sjK-c.uuors ui Seattle. Victoria, Vancouver. Prine if thoy play baseball we should the tournament was the Crown Ger- on next big in- whether we will efforts or not." be successful in our said -Airs. Harriet RUpert and havp somc international Wright, former member of the State to be the candidate. which is already populated with set- i MIKi another boat, .1 i i. ma ties .I weekh- t rin fmm Vir- "'atcnes one 01 these days. tiers, and many ot them are adnur-i a luunu mp nom v ic.-; ably situated' on rivers and to Prinbe Kupert, another The fact that steel laying is already the smaller ports be-.I liccentk- baseball ,Prince of (Germany. at the game and oni was ah international 'ers in t-be Empire lle is very adept ternational series in which all the of the best play- tennis playing countries of the world In the picture are involved. RAYMOND RAYS i in progress west of Edmonton should j tWWfn Vaiicouvcr Rupert; CARMANGAY CROPS GOOD Amos, who comes from Fort Chippe- i '-n'hance valuc of the lots greatly, twice a month. Crops in this district are in excel- lent condition, and in three weeks the hum of the binder will be -heard in all directions. Carmangay baseha.ll team are still their latest victims being iarons. who proved easy pickings tor our boys. The other undefeated team in .the district are the Thijjh townsite. BRUCE FARMER KILLED lings, etc.. and For school until a gay J.limber Co. ___ 'good school building is erected. The post inspector is expected Raymond. Aug. -k-Messrs. Curtis j wan, 800 miles north of Edmonton, jThc surveyors are at present at work; he Lnion S.S. Co. have a steamer Cannangay. Aug. -l.-The new The -ratling is expecud h'-rc in town soon and it is hoped, ar- and JJttker returned to town on Fri- I.Mrs. Johnson has made several trips Baking out the last of these town- a round trip weekly between i townsite is presenting a very business in a fetv dnyK ln a shorl time it -rangements will be completed for the day and Saturday last after spending jfrom the far north and many in- ;sites- a'ncouvw. ictona and Prince Ru- 'like appearance these days, nearly all will be all comoMwi. transfer of the post oflice to TSSV some time in Edmonton examining j to-resting experiences to relate of life: Marvellous Settlement j Pert, and another making regular j the stores and other places of busi- papers for the department of oduca-jat a Hudson Bay post.. The settlement all alpng the nevilrips up and dovvn lhc coast- The i having been transferred to their tion.- They are well pleased .with! Preparations are being made to this ycar been marvellous, i Uupcrt City mahcs a weekly trip j new quarters. Northern Alberta. welcome the excursionists from thli interest taken by the public i "voen and the G. T._ I', j Work has W. H. Fairdeld. of Ix-thbridge, j who are expected to reach here the opportunities open everywhere 1be Koscowitz Co. spent ..a day last week in our midst j Friday next. There will be a in the interests of the irrigation con- j dance in the opera house in veution to be held in Lethforid-ge this evening. everybody turn out week. The Board of Trade and city j .fames Kilison is all smiles these council, have elected delegates to at- I days. Tt is a twelve pound girl. All I brought in parties of from 60 to 100 twUi of which at Prince j Two rca, cstalc havo tmd )C has been vrajirr, tend ajid we trust there may be alwell: settlers every two weeks from thai P {in town and business in that i.Jed between that team and the. locals lhe mau entral and western states. 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