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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, August ime, Lement and Building Material Round'Street Phone 763 When you want Lime, Cement, or Building Material of any kind, just make up your mind that there's no better place to get it than right here THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Yards at N. LethbrldKe Taber Bow Island River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangay Barons KJpp Jet -DISTRICT NFWS !now we have so much moisture." llJUVYtJ I Qprt WHITLA This vicinity was-visited "with a heavy downpour of rain Friday night, and everybody is talking breaking again, as" tie ground is thoroughly soaked. ,Whitla's< baseball team did them- selves proud last Monday by defeat- ing.the fast team of Bow Island, .score 7-3. The' dance given last Monday by the ball team was a grand success.' WMtla still grows and begins to have the appearance of an embrvo city. J. H. Carson expects soon to move .his present., hardware store to a new location on Centre street. and Mrs. H: .0. McDaniels made :a business trip to Calgary Oast week and Mrs: Me. savs WMtla is the best yet. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Richardson com bined Business and pleasure by mak- ing Lethbridge a visit and taking in the sights at the fair on Wednesday. J. S. Lienhart made a business trip "to Medicine Hat on Friday. Brentz Smith, of Bow Island; was a caller in Wbitla Friday and Satur- day. Bobby Davis, representing the firm of .Plunkett Savage, of Lethbridge, was a caller last Tuesday' between trains, and naturally talked fruit and spuds. Mr. Harris, representing the Sas- Flour Mills of Moose Jaw, Bert Polinkas just arrived home af- ter an absence of one month at .Leth- bridge. All trains stop at Whitla after the 21st, inst., excepting Nos. 7 and S. The Presbyterian ladies' Aid met with Mrs. J. B. Fort last Thursday and did considerable routine business. broken his fall one-quarter section of Hudson's Bay land this season, and is now discing the same preparatory for a record-breaking crop next year. NEWS FROM TWP. 2, RANGE 15. Lightning set fire to the praJrie a short distance west of Kinder's homestead last Tuesday afternoon, and Basket Social at Yetwood school for the 20th. Everyone is welcome. Mrs. Jay Rickett and Mrs. Jerry kett were visitors at Dufty's Wednes- day. Mrs. Geo. Shirley, Jr., went to Leth- bridge hospital Monday for an opera- tion. Bannons left for Canal Ditch'Wed- J. LI WO Li fit ill II UU.il. it'll U H. Ensign, one of Whitla's pros- the high wind carried the flames at perous fanners to the north, is the rapid rate toward his hay stacks and Rev- Simpson was a caller proud possessor of a wagon. new democrat Ensign is mournine the loss buildings; but fortunately a sudden at Yetwood Thursday. of a valuable cattle dog. Mrs. Fred Smith, north of town, is kept very busy these days in the dressmaking -line. Fred Smith, E. C. Harden and J. Lienhart expect to ship to Jaw, Sask., next Tuesday, where fcey intend putting in the "fall, cut- shower quenched the flames and al] that is left to tell the tale is a black strip two rods wide by twenty five rods long. Miss Edna Lewis spent Tuesday af- ternoon with Miss Faye Smith. 0. Fitzmaurice and others report a good exhibit at the Lethbridge fair. Miss Rose Wisnewski went to War- Bert McDonald atended the fair at Lethbridge this week. Ethel Armstrong entertained a few of her friends Thursday evening. Pete Theil, of Granum, is a visitor of the Rickett's 'this week. BANTRY TP' NEWS ner Saturday and will go with a party; W. M. and Jake ting and baling hay, and threshing 1of young people to Cardston. with their teams. Messrs. Regner and Fuller, accom- panied by the Misses pifer, hied them selves to the river on Sunday to spend the day. Miss Lucile Fuller, of Bow Island, visited Miss Mab'el and Byrde Rich- ardson the past week. John Adair started for Eckman. N. D., last Monday on a business trip. Jack Lonson, our dob artist, is kept pretty busy these days wielding the brush. Wiitla is very much in need of a doctor and drug store, which would have a large field also a good hotel is badly needed and a blacksmith and harness shops. Miss Myrtle Rouce, and Miss Merle Leffingwell returned from Cardston on Friday. SWEET VALLEY Jas. Stevens is building: A fine cot- Concert and Basket Social ai the Yetwood school house on Satur- day night, August-2Dth. 0. H. Baughman and family left for Iowa Monday on a visit with relatives and friends. Roy WMtting and sister were Sun- day visitors at; Paulson's. Julia Rickett and Pearl Paulson -begins the coming week in Whitla's new school building, with Hiss Paulina Cottle, .of. Nova Scotia, as teacher. Postmaster Richardson. is thinking of -having considerable breaking done Angus Beaton is superintending the cutting of his grain, and says he has a bumper crop. Robt. Gilroy and wife were Seven Persons callers on Saturday. Ed. Gosselin, of Winnlfred, has were Yetwood visitors Saturday. Mrs. Armstrong js on the sick list. Beatrice Armstrong of Carmangay, spent Sunday at home. Denzil Connor and Sidney Beckett left for Spokane Saturday for a visit. Emil Erickson helped Glen Arm- strong make hay last week. The Holder family left for Canal Bitch Wednesday. A program Is being planned for the Landers, have gone with their teams to work oa the irrigating ditch. Miss Nell Paterson, of Taber, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Gilbert this week. Prof. Alexander is spending few days in Taber. _ Ike Fobert is in receipt of a letter irom a brother-in-law in North Da- kota, who has in crop twenty-two quarters, and will not harvest" .spear of it. J. W. Reason had the misiertune to Med. Waddle is expected to arrive this week with two cars of settlers' effects from Bantry, N.D. L. M. Grove and family drove over to Jas. Curtice's last Sunday and incidentally got a square meal. Mrs. Grover Lockhart has been on the sick list the past week; but is convalescing.' R. L. Smith left Wednesday for an extended visit in North Dakota and Iowa. nesday evening was a success in ev- ery respect about ninety people being present, and the net proceeds were very satisfactory. The home talent Play was out of sight, the play was the "Interrupted Proposal." Mr. and Mrs. Doran were the two star ac- tors. lose one of his best cows by eating too much wheat. If the States pap- ers were infallible one would be led to believe there was not enough wheat raised in Canada this year to Mil a cow. D. -W. Bums, J. W. Reason and L. M. Grove are fencing their farms. L. D. Whipp has resigned his posi- tion as night clerk at the Palace Hotel, Taber, and is again on his homestead. The Ice Cream Social given by the Ladies' Aid at Mr. Wilner's i and Mr. I NEWS FRCFM PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert, Aug. annual exhibition opened here. Owing to the weather having, been wet for the past two or three days the crowd was small but exhibits on the whole were exceptionally good. This Is especially so in case of grains..and vegetables, which are better than jmy previous I rear. J A party of American agricultural editors who spent the week end in the city -and district, have left for the south. All the members were very much impressed with the magnificent crops of the district and especially pleased with, the fact that this is a mixed farming country. one Two girls who escaped from Belle- ville Children's, Shelter last Thurs- day, rode the bumpers to Campbell- ford, but were taken back. Dr. Robert A. Jamieson, graduate of McGill, and a prominent Detroit physician, died in Detroit on Monday, aged 57. The Problem of Satisfying the Thirst What to drink is the question. You want something cold, to be sure, but you want It to be wholesome as well. Ice water shocks the stomach and. retards digestion: Sweetened chemical mixtures are not conducive to health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS THE ANSWER. Here is a beverage .that is satisfying: and beneficial. There Is something more to it than wetness and coolness. Ii is a sustaining drink. It refreshes you and you stay refreshed. Call for LETHBREDGE beer. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE NO. 554. PORTLAND 49 DAYS DRY Will Three Days More Without Rain Set New Record Portland, Ore., Aug. more days at Portland without rain and an- other record will have been'broken, making it the longest dry spell that has been known in this valley in the 39 years the local weather bureau has been keeping data. There has been no rain at Portland in the last 49 days. In the summer of 1896 there was a period of 51 days without rain. Back- in 1SS8 the record was repeated. The official forecaster today says thai tomorrow Tvill be fair, which will round opt 50 days to the credit of the protracted dry spell. There are no signs of .rain. The London Morning indisputable possession Bay for-Canada. Post claims of Hudson This in Your Diary Now RIGHT HONORABLE WILFRID PREMIER OF CANADA VISITS LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 st, 1910 ;