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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHUHIDGk DAILY MtRALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, INI. Xour Orders for mm ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction PHONE 289 (jet our If. P. Boy for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: XMB 3 Phone ISO Ott Block District News BOWVILLE Aug. co'tnmencod cutting his oats on Aug. llth. A. Williams is cutting his oats. About A UK'. CXpOC-CCC. to be started. our sou-thorn bvUcvui Sunny this 34ilk country looks good Alberta to be. Hut -thuso geiillonwa enough to her. were much surprised to finxl wheat ul- j Milk Kh'er is still b'ooming. -The most ready for the binder and they new elevator, another barber shop, were also surprised to see ilower blacksmith shop and a bakery and and vogotablo garden which is hard confectionery store are all under way to bo beaten by South Dakota, ami to completion. when -they. the lirst Jl. Quinn, W. W. Maodonald, Will came to liufrhill only a little :Mitchell Oscur Fitzmauriee took over three'years'ago, caaic.to Jn tho fair at LvthbVi'Jgw JHSL week, think Allwrta to be u 'and ft-iih i There will be u dance at Tomfohr (TOO Newman and Jackson Co.. MjUlemeut, j llrou. furm next Saturday night, in jClureMiolm. were in andjinail, hundreds of grain holds, decent j a large granary which is Milk .River orchestra vicinity on tho lUt-h. X. A. and M. J. Oliver jveero to Hlayuey and Caruiangny Sat- urday uc business. .Mr. Schnydor Jsas soKi his black- smith shop to Mr. Jlagon. NVn sold Phop also to Mr. llagon. who will conduct u yen- I PRICES I! j; Corrugated Iron and Painted NiUWcSidkg MettJlic [Shingles before baying We have, just placed u carload of tfce well-knoTm Metal Shingle and Siding in stock f Ring Up 108 you want I DRAYINC is Dora Oliver at home for j Scanner is away on a trip u> States buggies and motor cars. For'erected. The the .same number of years in Soutk Jxvill furnish music for the occasion. they had sod houses and ox-j Everybody is cordially to at- teums to '.show.' They never j dreamed of Alberta in that way.) Oborn is in" Lethbridge. looking 1 Messrs.. and JMnyen went after the sale of several carloads ot back to Lethbridge the dav -but, j woo) which ho shipped up last week. ,Mr. Svarvgri stayixl night wuhjjle also loaded a carload of choice [his uncle, IMr. Wintori, and was tak- 'lambs. ,en lo Ijothbridg-e by his cousin, Jolm t Albert NVlson succeeded in getting ;Wintori. They all had ixxri to Su-j water in his well at the depth of 16 [attle und were on the way homo and (feet, Tomlohp Bros. anoth- hjiVQ a far opinion er for the convenience of watering OF CANADA CapHU, tel Ml 4lvMe4rttHiiEuMl Ready Cash _______________________ ____ Unlike most _ money deposited m the Union Bank always use. 3 Inhere is never any delay or loss getting it when you want absolutely safe, and ahvays worth dollar for dollar. Don t tie up your money in rihky when yon can get compound interest on it here, witli absolute security, the privilege of withdrawing it at any time. Lethbridge' R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Manager. Grasty Lake' W. Baillie, Manager. Done promptly and satisfactorily Office cv, nm mm mm TSelephone 153. Yari, SiM St PfctM 195 t JOHN BRODIE Mr. and Mrs. very Peterson report a lhal they had when they j stock at tho depth of seven feet and trip through home> of water. Fred Lef- John Xuto has moved his house and on his homestead found Talk about your fine forty acres o: barn from lhis "onwstcad to the quur- !ter !lt wheat, U is between John Reynolds of school land which-he and Farmer Green who -or thV boSt at lhe auction sale. He was! lucky to get wawr on his new place. y jonly 55 feet down. John Falsted was digging tt well CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Tntoirre WA1EZK. ifortv BARRHILL Han-hill, A i from Xorden. Carl' for Mr. Wintori last week with j machine. They went down sixty from but lhl water How is kind of s The Rogers Cunningham Lumbi r _ Castl'-wood and Ole Bingan from They haw about eirfi Co. an- now comfortably located in'llaA'l. S. D., all of them old time Harvest is in full blast their nev offices in thf> Ac-adia Block, friends of Mr. Wintori, our post- -Ban-hill, .and this week will points. mastor. made a flying trip to Barr- golden wheat hill to shake nauds with him an-d see with shocks how he is evttingr along in the vicin- itv ctf the Xorth Pole, as many of his the 'mass I'ass on moral TR- form which was interrupted on Thurs- UUKD. BuufW Ptid-up Reserve Fwxd, day evening- will be -resumed to- around Hospital Sunday, September 5th _ ____ I General Teaming We do all cLisses of teaming on, the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want. best value your money will buy, nag me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered G.O.D.. 34.25. WM. TAYLOR FOR FURNITURE of all kinds all omnrais WISH jggd for floors too nig-ht ('Monday) ut 8 p.m. u-et of water I mine of the West UU. OI Canadian Collieries', -_Lid.t has so cently suartc-d, they- are shipping fields -lotted' t0nS propose ito increase this output as they make Jmore room for the men to work, was which well for the .ethbridge fair last of the company. f jdny. home the following H. Lyon and S. Acheson joavc on j Tuesday morning on a vacation to tar! Magcnsen was taken to Leth- Seattle, Vancouver and other Vointi i bridge hospital by Medus Bolder, on J west. Saturday. He is down with typhoid; Jf the correspondent in Frank for (the Lethbridgo Herald would tak, a visi TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES i matai bv ibia emny taoaey wten They iMued la and in Belgium, Denmark, F Great Britain. Rollaad, Italy, Norway, Rusaia, Sw Swltxcrlaad cutcd oc the of white m eUwr b. mt Lethbridge Branch C. G. K.Nourse, Manager CREW SAVED 'CONCRETE FLOOR vCOLLAPSEI> Meetmgs are held in Barrhtll school ja walk up Turtle mountain fall houa, every other Sunda, afternoon. On0 of those cracics- hLs fu ex_ Sunday school Sunda SPRING COULEE In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD ACNEw co. If out of town write us penses would to those of the lilairmore man whom suggested' shoufd reside in" Frank jand take a cheap funeral. He should _ Coulee. Aug. Lat-'olso learn to "read, fOr no mention jter Day Saints Sunday school heUTwas made about Frank be-in< affectfed annual picnic Friday at the St. iby any slides that mav occur in river, near Mr. French's home, jnear fatiiro. thu. his conscience must A large crowd turned out and a very 'be awful uneasy ple.isant day was spent. A new has opened A large party from Spring Couleo On Victoria street. It is called Iwent to the Jakes on Saturday. Th-v .Owl." 3trs. Bersk-v is owner V wU return on Friday. Among visit a nice, pleasant and who went were Mrs. Chas. Kelly. place which should Miss Mis, cratffl, Wai- !Sure a healthv business, ter-, and faimh', II. Thompson an-l Leonard Green. Mr. Brc-werton j.nd -A.I 'Gordon, and Bert iniond, through Spring Coulee St. Johns.. N. F., Aue. Winnipeg. .Man., Aug. steamer Sygna. bound for Belle LelOjDadd and J. Duncan were seriousf- I v A.- _.._-. _T_ ...._ i I ore brought to port a shipwreck- ly injured on Saturday afternoon by ed crew of_ five men belonging: to thejtfee collapse of a concrete floor in the Myrtle of Grand Bank, rr- i Fiaher-McArthur building in course period lost with all hands rff Lin-j of construction at- corner- of' Cuinbefi gau, land AVPIIUO and Xarcrave Street 'V'1 "3. The Roofing of Quality. It has stood the test of time in every climate. Many of the very finest buildings in America are covered with it A PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION During- the exposition in Portland, Oregon, in 1905, over one r-nci u. half million sqtiare feet ot ilalthoid roofing -wem" lafd on tlu- great buildings there constructed., Tie rainfall ;in are by bright warm sun- condition that is hard Oil roofing. Tet during, five of service on these beautiful buildings MALTHOID roof- ing successMly- withstood these for not a leak occurred to disturb the or damage the exhibits, which speaks volumes" For its superiority over the roofing: used ut the "St. "Louis Exposi- tion. quite n number of exhibits had to have additional pro- tection aprainst by the construction of false roof? inside of the buildings; WORK PROGRESSING AT THE JAIL Thi. ior tho new on their wuy to Cardston. ,bridSe Jail the ExperiiufiJ llarlan Green and cousin, L. farm- making good The: excavation for die i- about -d third ilnnt-. .Toiin rndio HJ Spring of Hig-h JEliver, arrived in j Coulee "Wednesday. j Heber of liaymond, -WAS in contract. The cemeni j Spring- Coulee yesterday on -business. foundation will built by thp gor- Steve Dudley is in on, emnTent gang who built the cement Ibusiness. l work for the courthouse. They art j and Mrs. H E.. Kelly are mov-' are on thr- ground and the i mto their new house, of th: raixcr and reaciv PO as to j start the foundation soon as .the 1 in Spring' excavation is completrd. The earth Co'ulfee' the" first Miss-' from the excavation is being h.-iul-ed j Graten will teach, again, this winter, j and used W make a graded roadw.iy j She arrived here Friday. j through the pond just the- --.ther Heslie Morrow returned Friday: of The farm buildings. jfrorn Itfrs. Olson returned week j WHITE SLAVE GANG a G. E. Matson had a runaway ARRESTED IN HAMILTON urciay. He was br.-akin- a team of Hamiltc-nt. Ont.. Aucr. raules when ran into a stoneJ this afternoon started the round throwing ,Mr. Ulatson about ten feer? up of a gang they will accuse of be- out of the wagon. j ;ng cngagf-d" in thr-' slave traf- 3pring Coulee is very much in fie. refuse to cive out any of a station agent. For those who.j claiming that it would intor- Jive near, the .Coulee .itjs fere the capture of the rest of to Magrath or Cardston. There are j the gang, Two al] d BOW ISLAND ALBERTA three two V j T Vi. towns and as Spring- Coulee is about the central, it should have a station A stock FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in most progres- sive towii in Southern thereby double your Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For t-ertus call or write Ludtke Waddell j agent imuch ne yard is also very j TABER j Taber. Aug. finishing up' seeding- winter wheat an-d starting- i harvcstiiJg-, the farmers are excep- j tionally busy, it is ostimat-od that i i i i there is tea thousand acres, of winter; i wheat being sown jn this district', j Bti'lock Bros. Alone are sowing one 'thousand' acr-es. Geo- Ciraharn has; Jstivc-n hunurvd acres, sown and Ti. 1 sowhur a section. i The Eastern Townships Bank in-; spont days in town. i XV. Jarchint- has returnod to his j home in Omemfte. Ont. -j Mr. 'Smith, a former resident of; Tabor, has to take charge of] Alberta. I'aciiic elevator here. A. J. McTvcan, ir.P.P.-, has- taken.j jover the and 600 cattle of the j Stead ranch and now haw a gam; of jmen cutting: hay for winter ron- fsuuiptibn. A Lot of People are TO Grassy South Alberta Lumber Co, i SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA MILK RIVER Jj k -River, Aug. it 'all to have those uiosriuttos around'' again i The-harvestuig- of" winter wheat has begun here and some the spring grain will be'roatly to cut week; j The .farmers.-in this feol sure of a good ytold and are Satisfied that) 'ithe price of land will increase front! jfiVe" to ton dollars an acre after of this crop. ,x j Will Hefner leaves today for Warner j j where he will take .charge of the I jherta Pacific elevator. Anna Tomfohr retiirncd j a; three on tie Flat- jhead in and while there also registered for a homn i stead, if fortunate enough to draw j .-one. She she wishes that it be brought up to Alber-ta. for It is surrounded by a splendid farm- ing country that is rapidly being developed. The town offers good business open- ingsJ. Sf. It has vthe brightest future' of any town on the Crows Branch. Grassy lake has Grassy Lake is Getting Two coal mines in operation. A first class yard in operation. A branch of the Union Byk. An up to date hotel. A practising physician. All kindis of business houses. S An elevator. A new depot. An electric Hght plant. For Farm Lands or Town Lots write I J; R. PERRY, Jun. or WM. SALVAGE Box 4Ht Lethbridge, Alberta Grassy Lake, Alberta A Fine Assembly Hall Open for Engagement ;