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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMt LfTMMlDOi DAILY HtHALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, IIM. AOI rive LAND FOR SALE Choice block of, 956 acres, all Sec. 28 anrl W: half Sec. W. This is on ,the Weyburn Lethbridge extension; smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell lor per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or in half sections; .cash orr each half balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire W. J. GILLIALND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate aCo, Room 9, Bryan- Block. Lethbridge. W, P. ROV Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone 180 Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic [Shingles before buying el We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OLIVER'S MMKTUIIIIIG COM Office and' Factory Cw. IOUXD and 10MPI5 STREETS -Telephone 'Yard, Smith St Phone 195 Southern Alberta INK 4 Imtttmeit to. GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Mahag will be marketed here. At least two men have been usini more than four pounds of twim- 1.1 the acre on oats this harvest. of the oat heads are reported to b threshed. They bnvr- a steam plow outfit and have broken 640 acres this season' and a fireguard sown to fall wheat 'two weeks It was up in five days after sown. Altogether they have a'frrm COAL CITY IS 'PROGRESSING Town Coming Along Rapidly Standpipe for Waterworks From the Herald's Travelling Cor- respondent) Coal .City is progressing and mak- ng a steady growth. Two signs of progress are noticed. The grade is nearly finished to Coal 'City and ;he train already comes about half way. Ditchot. are uhvndy for the waterworks .system which will be in- stalled as soon as the about the beginning of next month. Another project in view is the darning of the. Belly Rrwr about hall mile north ol the city so as to se- :ure electric power for lighting tf ihe streets buildings and to fur- nish power for general mining tions. Still another project likely materialize ?oon which ivi is the erec- OF CANADA Ready Cash Unlike most meats, money deposited, iu the Union Bank is always ready, for use. There lc any delay or loss getting it when you want it. It is absolutely safe, and always worth dollar for dollar. Dou t tie up your money in risky ventures, when you can get compound interest on it here, with absolute security, and the privilege of withdrawing it at any. time. Lethbridge R. Avutortftn, MancgM'. Stirling F. Manager. Grassy Lake W. Manager. tion of a Hour mill. This should be a good thing for there is both plenty of grain and coal. The concrete blocks are already in place for the foundation of the new standpipe for the waterworks. Bert Di-mmon has opened up a pool room. Rock Springs coal mine has built a big new tipple arid have graded their 'road in preparation for loading their coal direct into railway cars Hulinck Bros, have 500 acres of spring wheat which looks fine ind ready for harvesting. Mr. Marose started harvesting on lias 150 acres -of August 12th. He splendid crop. W. Scott started cutting his crop" on Aug. 9th. It is a good crop. He has nearly two hundred acres. Another branch of the new spur line will run down along the Belly river to the Monarch coal mine. This spur line will certainly increase the coal output of this district. Mrs. Leroy Denmion left today to visit her parents in Conrad Mont. T. Buchanan of Ingersoll. Out., has purchased pan of the Fuller. ranch two miles west of Coal City, and has located his son F. B. Bu- chanan there. Fred Cox. manager of the Enter- prise coal mining property, was n visitor jn town Saturday on busiiv-s hi" connection with the, disposal of ihc sun ic to some Claresholm capitalists. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BEAD OFFICE, TOKONTO MTAJU8HED 1S4T B. B. WALKER, ALIXAKDKR LAIRD, Gwtrtl Miaagtr Paid up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and In the United Stites and BANK MONEY t FOCLOWtNQ BAtiax 5 and under 3 Over and not exceeding 6 10 -45 centi These Orders are payable. at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in (except in the Yukon) and at the principal-banking points in the United States. They are negotiable at to the sterling in Great Britain and' Ireland. They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety and at small cost, and may be obtained without delay.- Lethbridge Branch? C G. K. Nourse, Manager GET AFTER THE NEGROES Atlanta, Ga.. Aug. a hour tonight Governor Brown fixed liis signature to the recent act of tn-2 Georgia legislature which prohibits by negro secret societies of lip irisigua, ritualistic work, grips, etc., .of orders composed of whites. It leg- islates out ot existence the negro or- ganization "of Elks .and Knights if" Pythias, but the negro Masonic and Oddfellows organizations may con- tinue, by changing their badges, 'it- "uals, grips, etc., as the latter names-slightly different from the. whites. DAVID KING, Maiiaget Stwet of 2720 acres and it is their purp .so conference, to break it all up as S9on as thriy can. They have a good frame house j and barn and a good, shed for- ma- chinery. Messrs. Benfield and Hitch- cock are managing this farm for a company of New York investors. The sale of school lands will result "in considerable more and grain production in the Taber district. Over ten steam plowing outfits have been busy this season arou'i.l Taber.- E. J. Meachan who lives about' 7 miles north-east of Taber has about 150 acres in crop. His crop on spring breaking is good and will ;wrnge bushels to the acre., He has broken 160 acres this year with horses. He has ground ready for about 5.UOO trees which he expects to get from the government in the spring. He has a fine garden with cucumbers, citrons and water melons. The town council are asking The ratepayers to support a bylaw to raise by 20 year .debentures for the purpose of the erection and con- struction of a mains and hydrants. It is a sure thing that every rate- payer that, wishes Taber TO progr.vs will support the by-law by his vow- and influence. If', the bridge across, the Belly river is completed in time this, fa 31 will be a, largo amount of grain mar- keted from tho district between the. Little Bow and tho Big Bow W. E. Layton leaves on Friday for Salf Lake City, where he will be married to Miss Elsie Burrows, of Mountam View. Sbmo passing smoker happened to drop a lighted match''which rolled through a crack in the sidewalk just east of the Pala.cc Hotel. When the was noticed a pail of water soon extinguished ,-..tho; flame. Itically no damnge done. RAYMOND NOTES Kaymond, Aug. L. Muuro 31iss K. ilcKay, who have been absent fronx this town during the summer1- vacation., .have now returned to resume their duties at the school. Davis, who left the school some time ago, has returned here to take up her old duties ai tho school. Her many .Raymond'friends welcome her back. The Knight Sugar Co.. Ltd., hav- ing exhausted their supply oi sugar, have the last few clays receiv- ed 21 caj'S of raw sugrar from G-er- inaiiy. The campaign is expected to siart Tuesday, Aug. 17. The Ellison 311! I ing- and Elevator Co. i-cceived a car oT seed wheat from Lethbridge tociay. L. 0, Xorton went to Candston on tho train this morning, bound for the Kootchay lakes to join A. Mc- Dutfee. R. Gillies, .W. Paris and E. Smith, who proceeded there last Thursday. 0. Mowers .shipped a jackass to Spring Coulee to-day. .A. Mormon coaference was held at yesterday and many people from Raymond and Stirling .journey- ed forth, in order to.be present. The handcar went down from Tonight a large meeting was held in the meeting' house at Raymond, being: a. continuation of the J5 BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in .the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write to- Ludtke WaddelL A Lot of People are Coming J Lake Because Grassy Lake has Grassy lake is Getting It is surrounded by a splendid farm- ing country that is rapidly being developed. The town offers good business open- ings. It has the brightest future of any .town on the Crows Branch. Two coal mines" in operation. A first class brick yard in operation. A branch of the Union Bank. An up to date hotel. A practising physician. All kinds o'f business houses. An elevator. A new depot. An electric light plant. For Farm Lands or Town Lots write J. R. PERRY, Juh. OF WM. SALVAGE Box 411, Lethbridge, Alberta Grassy Lake, Alberta A Fine Assembly Hall Open for 'Engagement ;