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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FOE 6 room cottage on Eailay St., jSTortli Ward, close in; water, lurnace and electric light; two One-third cash. Balances 6 and 9 months. Bachel St.; water and electric light each: Terms very easy. F. C LOWE tf OR Barge 16 room house and stable one block from Gait Square e to tenant if desired. t0 10M Bounty, 1, 2 or 3 years. E Houses to rent in all parts of the citv. V resenting: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Wanton, Vancouver FOR SALE One or the best driving horses in the city, young and sound; also buggy and harness. FOR almost new 35 horsepower. 5 passenger automobile. Will exchange for real estate horses or cattle of like value. Price which is a big- reduction on original cost. FOR seven roomed houses in Duff Addition. Will rent very reasonable for the winter. PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK For the past five years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and at right prices. We have a full line' of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta tested and wintered beautifully. ROSES are .harder to bring through but we have finally selected several vari- eties that .will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (best of ail) make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. No trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now while you think of it. MIRROR BRITISH COLUMBIA REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R. V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block NEWS OF THE DISTRICT Everybody is b.usy haying and harvest- ing in our district and it begins to look as-though there would be plenty of feed next winter. Breaking is still in' full -swing with some who have no crop this season. WHITLA NEWS and oats this week and has a prettv Whitla, August here com- j fair crop.- 7 es Whitla again Trtth-same more news. The entertainment at the 2-21 .school louse Friday night, Aug. 19, was en- 3'oyed very mufth ,by all those present> Hex'. Mr. Gordon, of Lethbridge, was Present at the entertainment. Mr. Lemon and .Mr. Beek, of and families, have gone to the 3-12 The International line of machinery j Mountains- for the has been taken over from Moffatt Stringer -by J. H. Carson who has done REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307'CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA-. two weeks. E. A. Ragner, representing the Mas- sey Harris Co., also done a very- nice business. Large consignments of new goods are daily arriving ,for the two new stores about to be opened by Messrs. Richardson Astoton. Martin Heriington is about to buy and open an eating house. E. P. Helgersoh, who has been vis- iting the past sis weeks in Wisconsin Minnesota and Dakota, is daily expect cd home. The Ideal Fence Co. have finished their work of fencing the C. P. R. right of way and nave gone further west A large delegation of our x farmer from the Whitla district, attended the Fair at Medicine Hat the past week J. S. Liuehart left for Moose Jaw last Wednesday with a force of men and sis teams to make hay and to do threshing. PaSten i. Jane Golding returned from Dakota, where she the past month. last has ROSEMEAD TIT BITS DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression, is the time to invest, PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to sell. We can'buy cheaper and give you the benefit. DO YOU KNOW we are selling on the easiest terms We will wait until the land produces the money and pays for itself Several good places in Cardston and Eamball districts. Plenty of rain. WE BUY LAND FOR you need money come and see us e have a plan that -will interest you. MACLEOD NEWS Macleod, Aug. large crowd of Macleod men are leaving on a tour tonight on shooting trips, to take ad- vantage of the opening day of the duck shooting season. Miss E. Berney, the Primary teach- er of the Macleod Public School, has returned from a six -visit -to the coast. Misses McLennan and McLachlan, who have also been spend- ing two weeks at Vancouver, have re- turned. Tbos. BaUlie, the popular day clerk of the Queen's Hotel here, is around a severe attack of ty- WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LIST WITH US. Whitney Block Lethbridge again, after phoid fever. J- D. Torrie is here from Orange- vi'le, Ont, visiting "his brother, A, E. Torrie. Principal of the Macleod Public Schools. Arthur Whiting and Miss A. Whit- ing, who have for the last visiting their brother, Harry j of this city, have i-eturned [home in Montreal. School was re-opened here today in the Roman Catholic school. The Pub- lic school will re-open on 3 next. H. C. McDaniels and wife, expect to start for Saskatchewan Monday even- ing. Mrs. Me. going on to North Da- kota to visit relatives. A. J. McMnllen and Bobby Davis, travelling salesman, were selling goods, in town last Thursday. Some of our young people attended the ball given in the new hotel at Seven Persons last Friday evening. Peter Kartje, who has been working on the-section the past year-departed for Spokane, Wash., last Wednesday. Chas. N. who holds a valuable half section east of town, also departed for Spokane Saturday. j Mrs. S. S. Richardson gave an in- formal five o'clock dinner to a few Kosemead, Aug. of blessings. Guess 'tis the thoughts of what might have been if we this rain two months sooner, that is giving the farmers one of those smiles that won't come off. Most of them are busy breaking these days. 'Tis best never late, but better late than never. Mrs. Martin, who has been visiting with Mrs. George Huhnerkoch, o'f Mc- CJrath for the past month, is back on her: homestead. Miss Alice Williams is attending the Kasimer .school. Mrs. James Parke, and daughter, Kertha, of Lost Lake, were visitors at Mrs. Archambios' on Sunday last. Mr. and Mrs. Mills left last week for eastern Saskatchewan, where Mr. Mills will follow his trade as a car- penter. We noticed Mr. Marks last week ruling up the buffalo trails and holes in the road along his homestead. Let wake up and take notice. Where can a half-day's labor be put, that it be more appreciated and help more to improve the community, than on the public road? If anything is a decrement to a country, bad roads :ertainly are. If each one would, only his share how soon we could'put ur roads in good traveling condi- ion. GET BUST. AUCTION SALE OF LETHBRIDGE INSIDE CITY PROPERTY I have received instructions and will sell fay public auction on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1910 At the-Alexandra Hotel, Lethbridge, At 8 p.m. sharp, the following parcels of splendid CITY PROPERTIES 1 eight roomed, fully equipped, standing on 1 acre of ground on London Road. This acre is capable of being divided into .11 lots, G on Lon- don Road and 5 on Peplow street. The only acre left in- side city. 1 brick house, fully modern, S roomed, standing on one and a half lots on Bartlett street. A business man's residence. c I house, large stable and I -shack, standing on 4 very gocd lots on Torrance avenue Good quarters -for horseman 2 houses, well, built, large -stable, work shop and chick- en house, standing on 4 very lots on McNabb street XTo better stand in the city for contractor or draying busi- ness. -1 3 beautiful corner lots on Courtland and Ernest streets. These properties are all good investments. Easy-terms ticulars and terms, apply to CHARLES H. KERR, -RE GOLDEN WEST REALTY CO Auctioneer Crabb Street block 121, an ideal residence site. 1 house, standing on 2-lots 'in' block... 123. .Westminster road, rents for ?30 per month. 2 dandy lots; 23 and 24, on Bardettf Street in block 3. 2 corner lots in block 123. Courtland and Ernest. Mon- ey .makers. 1 corner lot, 75 Round Street and Loncon Roaa, one of the few good sites for rooming- house or store. 1 corner. Jot, .'27" s: 125, on Coutts and McDuff, close new school and-a fine resi- dence plot ,2 very large corner, lots ou Cutbill and McDuff, 81 x 124. capable of accommodating 4 large houses facing north on McDuff. 2 lots, S and 9, block 2 Park. Easy terms. Fo par- at A woman of unusual character and j ganizations of its kind, who nurse in -the British army reserve i learning something about army hos-i corps, and of the most exclusive or- j pital work. lady friends in honor of Mrs. H C i McDaniels last Thursday. "j E. A. Regner expects to leave fork Saskatchewan this week to help do some of the threshing. j B.E. Poore, one of Whitla's farmers j to the south is about completing a fine residence. John Pifer and Carl Green, from I south of Whitla, were in town the1 past week making purchases. Thev extensively. Prairie School district, south Whitla four CRANBROOK NEWS Cranbrook, Aug. C. Pyehas arrived here from Amprior, Ont., to personally'" look after the Gents' which he purchased some months ago. He has. brought with him his if tailors, and it is expected he new -premises and ea- rn anufacture of cloth- scale. is being improved by a coat of paint, and the Great Offer in Real Estate 48 LOTS FOR SALE NEAR AGRICULTURAL .lots are worth per lot. Every lot is a fine building spot We offer these lots on the following terms: CASH FOR ONE LOT AND FOR TWO LOTS and same per month until paid for, no taxes, no giv- en any time. In one year these lots will be selling at double the price they are now offered for. We are sure of this and back it ,up by. the following offer which is made part of every contract of purchase: "In one year, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, we will take the lot off your hands.and give you back your money with B per cent, interest." r We are taking all the chances, .you can't lose. W. H. Johnson Land Co. OFFICES IN JOHNSON BLOCK. 323 ROUND ST of paint, which appearance. afford a convenient aad at the same time absolutely safe method of sending small sums of money to any point in Canada, except Yukon, or to the principal cities of the United States. They are sold'at every Branch of the Union Bank at the following rates: OF CANADA ESTABLISHED 1865 Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over the Bank Money Orders 55 and under.....3c. to to to We issue Drafts for larger amounts, and Telegraph Transfers wheu immediate payment Is desired. Main Office cor. Round Redpath I G. R. TINNING Westminster Ward J Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. ___________ Grassy W. BaiIHe, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC MAGRATH ITEMS -ttagrath, Aug. S. Mabee, j Presbyterian congregg a very j manager of the Bank of Montreal, has j impressive solo Sunday morning. j returned home after spending a month j School opened on last Wednesday j on the coast. j morning with an enrollment of twenty- Threshing is on in earnest in this 1two scholars under the able manage- district. Big yields are coming in and j ment of Miss Cottle, of N. S. the farmers say the wheat is of a su- j w- w- Fuller is making- very exten- perior quality. jsive improvements on his farm east The public school opened yesterday. Iof tovni in the shape of a new resi- About one hundred and fifty "Looks doesn't it? started and the attendance will j CarPenters Childers and Nelson are 'probably reach the 300 mark before'buildins Iumber racks for the Citizens i tne week end. A new band has been organized at! Clias- Freeman, contractor, ex- Magrath under the name of the 'Con-jpects 10 have tne new store building j cert Gardeniers.' The -band expects to A' completed by next Sat enter the-contest to be held in connec- jUrday night- i tion with the Cardston fair. S' Richardson expects to be in j The members of the public school !.his new store b'uildinS by the latter staff have all returned from their va-: the week Proving Contractor cation and are ready for work in the I Cousiu has complet- splendid new school building. I Peter Don is building a new resi-1 J" B- OI1 the sick Ii9' the aence on Harken Avenue. iPaSt W Miss Ivie Henninger left on Fridavj expects S0on open last for Calgary, where she will take Whitla. Tnere is still room for a are both improving their homesteads t0 'S being laM with Stons and extensively ashes. A heav-r last and today (is welcome by all, as what little I there has been lately was not suffici- ent to clear the air of the smoke which' has enveloped the town for the past number oi days, forest fires in the vicinity. I The higher peats around have this i Oreatl> Prairie District also has a very pro- igressive Sabbath School superintend- Jed by T. R. Kirk, i Mrs. E. A. Hutchinson favored A SACRIFICE An eight roomed house on Bound Street, thoroughly modern. An auto shed at back. Price Terms morning received their first covering of snow, and it is somewhat cooler a today than is expected at -this L. S. RIPLEY CO. Office Macdonald Blk. Phone 1034 sea- son. W. Stewart, clerk at the Royal Hotel, has returned from a month's vacation at the coast. In the seven years 1901 to Chi- na's postal service expanded remark- ably. The postal routes mw cover SS.OOO miles and the postoffices num- 3493 as against. 176 in 1901, an increase of 3317. a course in the Provincial Normal. HAVE INSTALLED IN TKEIR VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES "IF YOU HAVE ANY TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POUCEES. OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE L.ODGED IN ONE OP THZSK BOXES m FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C .G. K. Notirse, Mgr. ROSEMEAD NEWS H. D, Charter is sowing winter this week. W. J. Orr is working for KcAur- thur in his warehouse at Carmangay. Edward Ba.rtz and family l-f1 week for Kenmare, -N. j We wish to contratict a statement imade by the Sweet Valley correspon- j Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Fred WI1- Hams, on August loth, a little son. ilr. Keene drove to Carmangay jlast week. I-dent to the effect that the pony race good livery and dray line. Also there are many other opportunities for other lines of business, such as a doctor, drug store hotel, barber shop, pool room, barris- ter, bank, etc. WASINASIN ITEMS Wasinasin, Aug. to Mr.! and Mrs. Otto Remington last Wed- nesday, a boy. Mother and child are Phone 564 Wood Street Box 1928 ECO. Lethbridge