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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta BY THE LORD MAYORS SON LAND FOR SALE the block of 'J5G ,-icros. 28 and W. half ROC. -14 W. This is on' Weyburn Lothbridgf iio.-i; smooth, level prairie, free from and will sell for per acre inside a year..- Price, for immediate sale, per acre on block, in. half sections; cash on each half section, 5 inter- est at G 'per cent. Write or W. J. GILLIALND, 1705 Cook Street. Victoria. B.C., or The Canadian Real Co., Room 9, Bryan Block, Lethbririgo. I. P. Boy Dud certainly did "a "jrest stutit when. ln.> got after the three hundred acre park, oat at the lake, [t .will bi- a swell place for sure. The k of the city can go out there and dress up in tights for. the greatest ofj fun they ever hud. The bids of tins town luivp-. missed the half oi their luvs through having no to in swimming but Dud has fixed allj that and they wall rKse up and I jj'ii! call hit'n blessed. The scheme ui financing jjiis not slow ulthwr. They will p.t I i tin- society's grounds for f [what claims' there" ar.e against. Ubnut five thousand dollar, and f hell thorn sfor thirty-five or forty J Ih-.nisarii] di'lhir? "IK! buy ihc Uiko-j t property for money. As a result j j Dad's C'juncil will get the for rho for noatfy m.ihing. That's f some. This deal of Dart's means that- 'the- bylaw winch the buying of the fair gmunds i will fro through .i-whooping for thei j people are not darn enough jturn down a chance to get- the swell-j park in Albert a for n-.-xt to- -jo-l !thing. j NEW MOUNE, FAIRCHILD HI id NEW DEAL WAGONS Highest Grade Lowest Prices i Office and Warehouse SOP. Ford and Streets Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, to Block Phone 180 Phice Your Orders for DMG ....WITH.... M. FRJIME! Winiii tin! city more parts playgrounds for the kids there be fewer bad boy., and youthful hou-k- i breakers, 'if those boys who have been raising particular the last :-.v days had had a_good swimming oool (you could bet your .hosiery that j would iioi have been prying into pc i jples houses. Boy? are not built 'way. The records of other c____ show that the mor.- playgrounds are the fewer-are the youngsters that come into the juvenile courts. Hair on Dad or anyone else who mak.'s a wove to give the kids lots of pl-jr room. Places to play are just a? im- portant as places to work and a sight more agreeable. EDO IBRE WARE One- Hardened, Lasting M without Hoop cr Seam. Many other Exclusive are too. when you Positively Ptrsfet in fetting Eddy's. All Good Grocers supply EvtrywtMrt District News COALDALE Coal'.'ialc. Aujr. iu._A quiot wed- ding took place in Coiddale on nesday. Aujr.- IS. when L.croy Stir- ling Cokely ami Miss Gertrude Uillis wore united in the holy j bonds of matrimony. The marriage j took place at the home of the parents. Thy nuplin! was tied by tho Hev.. jUr. anrl was beautifully and impressively done. Tho charm- i j >ng- young bride attired in a princess -dress of iOv0Iy cream silk, j trimmed real lace. The bride-'i groom wore the conventional suit of Mack. After the ceremony u cent dinner. Mrs. Heighes j uas indulicori those f who were mostly relatives with the! 01' -Mr. iind -Mrs. Foster, oJ I Lcthbrfclgc. Tho presents were num- j jc-rous and Tfe happy! j young coupio win spenrl their honey- ;moon in Seattle. They have j hearty good wishes of the conunun-! ity in thuir life's journey. They will j make their home on Coaldale after their honeymoon. I C. C. Gilley ftst returned from i told Springs, Minn.. and brought up; a carload of horses and settlers' ef- i frets which he is placing on his'farm. J. has taken 'a trip to' Creston, U.C., on busings. PAGE OF CAKTADA Capiial, Rest and Un- divided Profits Exceed Ready Cash ________.._____Unlike most invest- meats, money deposited m the L-mon Dank is always ready for use. There is never any delay or loss getting it when you want it. It is absolutely safe, and always worth dollar for dollar. Don 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. Uethbridge R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski.Acting Manager. W. Bail lie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER' LAIRD, General Manager CARDSTON NOTES i Cardston. Aug. Card. land a company from Raymond pass- jod through Cardstcn en route to the I lakes this morning. It is. rumored {that he contracted with the butcher shops here to supply 500 IBs. of lake trout. The rumor is not substan- tiated however. Xext Saturday night Dr. J. D. T. (Miller will lecture in the assembly 'halt. The lecturer is well known as; an intelligent and forceful speaker, i and will have a large audience, no j I doubt. j Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund. Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England COUNTRY BUSINESS afforded to farmers and others for the transaction of their banking business. Sales notes cashed or taken for collection BANKING BY MAIL way with equal facility, Branch Accounts may be. opened by mail and monies deposited or withdrawn in this 122 CG.KLNourse, Manager REHO1STED GREEK FLAG trip his pleased to in the wards he visited everything in good shape. Canea, Island of Crete, Aug. Wilson returned I The armed inhabitants of Canea, he found squad of militia who were powerless Simcoe, Ont., Aug. coron- r's jury today brought in a verdict re-hoisted j that Michael .Hall met death by un- the presence of a known hands. Emery Shelley; held Satisfaction G uaranteed PHONE 289 4 Glass Dad's council does not believe in crossing bridges before they co'nr- to them. A- ricketty old bridge'in the form of a merry-go-round met Mif-m the as they were their way along the municipal j But by somr strange happenstance, i the bridge-vanished a.s the merry-LTO- i round pulled out. Is'ow, Dad's coun- cil waa ring all ready to legislate about these pesky things and had L'I-.T the city solicitor on the job. But- as soon as the nuisant-T went away, they saiid "let her They don't I expect to have another come, along! .some day and mako it darned ward for them. The best way to! deal with such things, aocordimj K th. tical builder or an architect can know about. There are matters of founda- tions, of fire walls, of chimneys, of a j dozen and one things that ought to 'be1 looked after. Dad's council-ought the job at sorts of fire 311 j S traps or collapsable the city. The ideal weather now prevailing js to prevent the proceedings, g taken advantage of by tha its dying python J and squirmed about the tf-nt. I !JrmerS ant? ranchers Pitting up Claude Linville, one of the emplov. j cnormous crop. Xever has es was Crop better and seldom as on -suspicion, was remanded lor week. knocked fifteen good as at present. About one-half j 10 Goat feet. He was picked up unconscious, Gf thp revived when ohvsician appli- n T ten cms more ot good weather will see the hay all in the barns and stacks. The friends of Vernon Coombs gave him a. surprise party- last Tuesday nig-ht. A short impromptu program Srowth of Lake, SOLD FIFTEEN BINDERS Transactions Tell of Agricultural promptings of my .cray matter, i? to pass the laws to provide for-the thing- before, it happens. Then the police will have somc-thine to go hv. Horn ?n Throat of Grassy Lake, Aug. 1S.-F. R. Davis M the Great Snake, Severing an Art-j "as eighty acres in crop this year. It I Allen, while In the western Python S9id to Hava is looking- good. Next year he expects morninff, left a Been Over a Hundred Years Old.'to have about 200 acres in cron while he was talking B T Kimh The team ran at'a ter- larnl'at T L IO1" 8Pe0d Stable of iarns at G.assy Lake., has sold and Pratt. The rig was broken up Ind., o.-it c.tused the death of the royal rajah python which Gus Lambrigger i i BOW ISLAND ALBERTA about fifteen binders c-his'season up- to date. About the same amount of but fortunately no one was injured. exhibiting here. The python, which j Bowers and rakes have been sold. -4 We have just .unloaded a car of window, plate and fancy glass and are in a position to fill all. orders at right prices. Our stock of lumber i? large and well assorted. Estimates Mill work a specialty. DINER'S ftMKTUHING COMPANY I Office and Factory COP. iiflONB and BQIKPXS STREETS J Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St 195 t! Dad and his council do not- to acknowledge that they have taken a tip from anyone. T kept telling Dad to make the guy .who ran the wagon skip the crossings, but i a deuce of a. long time before it was j done. Then a while ago I jacked i him up for not taking out a building j permit for the power plant- building. Do you think they would do it after j if. said to have been more than 190 years old, was 27 feet long and weigh- ed 300. The .snake, aroused from its' dormant state, showed of hun- ger. Pythons will eat nothing but live animals. Ten wagons, two gasoline engines anrl a windmill have also been sold. This agency was opened only about two months ago and the implements have gone out as far as 20 or 30 miles. Groves has 40 acres j on your tintype out after -a month'! or so secretary makes the an- nouncement that in last month's e- turn.-; it had been left out a.s the per- mit had been, taken out for fifty. dollars. Funny, ain't it? body whole- _ eiA-i A live billy goat.was iprced into the !wheat which wijl go about 30 bus, snake's feeding pen. The huge python tO the acre- He has ahcat 40 fastened his eyes on the cowering an jacros this -vear- is building- a had it '''charmed." the spell was broken it! l'" has only ten acres of ind wrapped its hugejoats in this year Dat expects to sow terrified goat. j about 120 acres to. spring- wheat next Ihad called their attention to it? Not bones were crushed like egg- j shells and life, was squeezed out of the I pettifer has only ten acres in i body almost in the twinkle of an .ye. jCrop this year but has broken forty The. snake then began to cover "he Cres' His Crop of wheat this crushed body with saliva. When this is I done it started cu-swallow the NEWS FROM REG1NA la, Aug. Gorman and Edward Htzgerald, of Edmonton jare to meet in a ten mile race here i Wednesday evening. Gorman was runner up in the Standard race in July and made the time of 63.48 for ton miles. The corner stone of the new Cal- vin Presbyterian Church at Sher- wood was well and truly laid in the presence of a large gathering of city and country folks. F. C. A., performed the ceremonv. funny thing is that I One of billy goafs horns bo- thousand Thfn another they took did) 'for tract pri tha'. What's th USP of preaching to the iVllow? about takinjr'' out I full ?i7prl when Dad's own council doos not do it? But' I'm not goin? ;hini YOUNG UAD Iroquois, Ont., Aug. SO.-Allan Sha, ver, 12 years old general store employs j or eig-ht clerks are all here FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate ia the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double your profits Residential from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell ok out a permit (or say they I came in the python's throat! Lake is certainly growing, i fifty when thr con-1 in the snake's effort to obtain! Srowimj settlement, with its! WHS a whole lot more than! horn severed an arterv In if now being will i be-.sure to make it kee r- to rub IT in these little! but they're darn v General I vVe do ull clii.ssos of teaming "or; the shortest notice. guaranteed. If you neod coal you want tiT-- best value your money will buy. rirfe me uo on Phone 201. Coal 1 'C.O.D., S4.25. WM. TAYLOR f to take a oh.'inco on ho-.vev.-r. Ti mny ,-Mueh and I hnve about it my.silf and have ru-v- j seen ii done. Ti my own irio.i! either. A nir- the other d.iy .-ws.'itii' r fellow nr.d suggested to j Mm that j; b.- n good thini' to; i fhn c'.'Tjifrnt si-leralk? tinu-n with I .--orno cool shade-. It would n--.t i TJicm from gotiinjr so hoi hut it would sight on I i Old Sol f'own full force; or, that while cemenf pavemen: it jg j and must hnve a jv.'i-y injurious effeci on the'-.-yf.s. Now i f I Think thar SOITV coloring matter, j >1 green tint, could be i -f -f -f -f -f Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and sat isf acton iy JOHN BRODIE In -speaking to a reporter the girl admitted readily that she had been leading a bad life for the past years. j say a c> jmix.-d in the top dressing of the f I walks and reli. ve that blinding effec jTho- of a community is a, jv.-ry important matter if this can! j be done even at 571010 considerable i expense T think it. would br> a darn i. I pood ide.a. j j" ________ j T think that j; is time that Da.d and i l the v.iriou? unolc-s I have around tho j Council in.ble bn-y-about getting J j a good bnildinp inspector. The new jfirc chief suys h-- know any-1 thing, about building' and he is not! fxpeo.pd. according to the resolution passed by Dad1? Council, to look aftor j that matter, ft takes a man who is a builder and knows the whole busi- -ncss. Tht-re are all sorts of things to loijk aftor such that only a prac- Established 1855 Capita! (Paid Up) _ Reserve Fund _ HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BLANCHES IN CANADA r.S. Exchange BonKht and Sold at Dates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Ti-nns SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest ratos are Coming Lethbridge Branch, Redpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager Grassy lake has 4 4- ElRctricia.ns Supplies. Brass Goods. Glassware Insulated Wiivs. Elrctric1 Heaters. Gasoline Grassy is Getting It is surrounded by a splendid farm- ing country that is rapidly being developed, offers good business open- ings. !t has the brightest future of any town on the Crows Nest 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 of business houses. An elevator. A new depot. An electric light plant For Farm Lands or Town Lots write Telephones and Complete Electrical Installations and General xirs. w. L. McKenzie Co. Redpath Street SALVAGE ake, Alberta Lethbrjdge, Alberta Fine Assembly ;