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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD. FRIDAY AUGUST 27. ItOi TR Daily Herald CAN'T SELL BUTTER IN THIS CITY That Is Complaint Of f red-No Market i Winnifred. Aug. is a j Hag station on the Crow's Nest tfne I east of Established December, !907 j fubitshed by the Daily Herald Print-, ing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening Us office, Rouud St.. Lethbndge.j 'Aioerta, Canada. j. W. A. BUCHANAN j Manaemg Director and t Subscription Rates Uai'y oue year, 'delivered .....34.00, about Daily', 'sis mouths, dehyerea Daily three months, delivered Daily! one month, delivered .Daily, one .year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as de- is a small platform but no depot or but both new and old ad- must be given. WEEKLY Merchant At Winni- For Eggs Either l.CO .35. stable. I-75 a .85 seventy nulos are cro7 an cut and stacked. He found its nineteen inches long bearing two hundred and forty- This was grown on. the Car of Cement Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local and foreign. stock, uad a hero and next year there will be Iota of and shipped out of Vvinnifredf! pies. was to nave an crop and the straw. The owner was to get forty dozen eggs, twenty pounds of butter, thirty pints of cream, threq hundred of potatoes and ten It is needless to say that the. reign. the surrounding country. year, in advance.........- Q. harvested ar- crop THE DAILY HERALD I will be used for feed or seed. on at the following j s Fisher has a frame store 28x Lrthbridge-B.'Sage; J--G. feet and well stockod with dry J- D- Higmbotham groceries, hardxvare, boots ami Co.. R- W. Ham- shoes. He takes in about seventy- jflve dozen oggs per week and if there Cre.k-E. J. Mitchell. D. L.iwas a market for butter in Leth- McCrea. _ i bridge he could take in 200 pounds t On Track 4 i: To-day. -P. S. !500 acres broken, probably half in. which looks excellent and it is mostly all stacked, year there wiH in crop in this township. i i The fatty Co, ltd. i Itteilt iri f fliwli inilllKf1: Are oarpartioular-e.re We have everything owned Ta drug and stationery store, and, then many extra bur pices .you will find right aud reasonable in .11 thing. Your prescription .ill be dispensed accurately and promptly if you send or bring them to the PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD Phone 445 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Book Co. Co en_Maser J. SUfiord. B. C.-N- E. Suddaby. Claresholm-O. L. Remecke. Lake-Dr. Tughara. Island-A.. F. Werts.. will only pay 1 'er has to pay the high freight. Tirvt for less .twenty cents. Yet the merchants in Lethbridge are importing butter a longer distance. The result de- has a two acre wri May 14th on, spring breaking and cut on Aug. 14th grade 1 with a yield of GO bushels for the two acres. st Wellnatz, fourteen jniles 'south of Winnifred, has about twen- THE FARMER AND HIS What -will they-do with the cagc there should be a good op- The farmers of Alberta and the otner1ening fOr a creamery at Winstfred. provinces ol the; West are going tej The postmaster at Winnifred receiv- have more money- this year than theyj ed a card posted at. Taber on Aug. have ever had before. There is but which, bears postmark of far known, a single locality Lethbridge office and arrived at Win- that lias, not got a crop that is- on Auff. at 23.10. It least average, while the great a card from a traveller asking ahove the postmaster to forward a. suitcase fact of a large behind. The traveller got tired vvst is the still' rnoit- cheerful .assur-j u.a.it-mg and came ami .got the suit- oi The best author-jca.se- himsc-lf, having to hire a team itips the "continent say that dollar; from Bow Island bycausc the mid- wheat has gont. Now, what will they night train not stop at' TVinni- do with the moaev? In some places fred. But the card arrived the next where- they r-w ere hard hie last year: morning. Such mail service is a nui- or'the year before, the money will gojsanre. i bav back debts as well as those; P. .J. De-murce, postmaster at incurred this year. Some will has a well stocked general what is over to further improve with an up-to-date stock ot land Some will desert the shack and hardware, groceries. Hour and iced. build a sood house and good stables. He also finds'a S have these already and will eggs. But he finds little outside vlown to "see th or go to j market foe either butter or eggs In Caifornia for the winter. Some rill 40c" buv land -W raise more grain then 25c. egg. at BU- i, mnrp Imi'd-'He then shipped them to Leuibridga. to get more money to huv more land., P Sorae will buy a city-home and automobile and farm at long range. rfv Some wiU pav their church arrear- was m sp n a good crop on spring breaking. B oats will yield fifty bushels to tha easily. He .has a well 100 feet 30 feet of good water. coal easily at -the south oast of Tp. 9, E. 9. At the outcrop seam is about twenty in- ches thick. fiye The Office of the C, B, Nmafl Upcy Has been REMOVED to the ACADIA BUILDING Redpath Street Telephone 200 W. P. J ALEXANDER has a well 48 feet NOTICE The Wholesale Liquor Business heretofore con- ducted by A.X.ROY has been purshased by J. B. REUTER It is important that all outstanding accotmts be paid to Davis, who is managing the busi- ness; before August 30., DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. sra.m., 3-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Bert path Si. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANl Street. a.m.. 2-3. 7-8. DR. A. Stafford Block. Residence cor. Bompas and Crabb. Phone: Office 277; residence Dh. J. E. LOVER INQ Surgeon, Accouciier, Block. 9 a.m., 1-1 to 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day too night. 342. D. A. TAYLOR. M.D., iat, Eye. Ear. Nose and Stafford Block. Leth'bridge. Office a.m.. .8-5 p.m.. 7.8 p.m. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES 4c Ribbons for all machines. Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, Copying Paper, ream, from SI Agents for REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. STATIONERY CO. MISS nurse, has opened a privte maternity h'oe- pital on Wallwork St.. near the El- lison Mills. Obstetrical cases; to per day. Treatment casw. per day. Young children, per day. Patients arc ed to pay one week iu adyapoe, and to pay for their own medicines and spirits- Phone 269. and what .they owe the local time .no doubt both eggs and butter were being imporf-ed from far away newspaper and will setde down with Jnto Tbere is Con clear -conscience to enjoy them- r__ ..selves througii the winter. "THE CHIEF OFFENDERS "The chief offenders against the orci- ers of the weed inspector and the laws' that back him up. are not .the farmers who own and reside on their land but the landowners who never sidcrable room for improvsunen-t for market conditions for both" butter anrl eggs at Lethbridge. Mr. De Marce has to refuse some days over twenty- five pounds "or butter a day, not be- cause it is ba-d butter; but because can find no sale for it. Tt was a31 claimed to be good butter. Ed O'Neill, who V'vos eight miles see their land more than once orjnorti of Winnifred, has forty acres twice a year if indeed as often ass of spring wheat in crop. Part of it -that These men have the land for! is in -the stook. It is a fine crop, the -mu outside of that have nojbest he ever saw on sod. He sowed -.-hou-ht of it. An idea may come to jit on June 1st for hay but he will w put a crop on a piece of la-ad i thresh it. He has broken ITS aci-es to i u-Ltogether this summer and h-s .b acres sown to fall wheat which is np it -M--. "r_ n inicelv. He will have three hundred o- t7 notion fails arid noting mure j 3-' don, with it Thft natural or better m crop next xear i> done i-. 4. health and weather permitting, lie is that tht? whole place is ovenun, P. J and thev contract with a man it" up Then funds run short er, the weeds to be o him as weeds will not bo distinguishable when he tikes or sends a buyer to it. Nothing short of a heavy fine and :i cutting of the at hi? pense collectable by law will tii Vic f n T rtfjft tl 1L iv AJ-. They recognize that the presence of means a serious loss of money to them in the sale of their grain and Van der Hoyden who lives sev- uth of Winnifred, is build- ing, a large addition to his house.-He just settled here this spring and h.as a small field of wheat but judging by his new house he does not intend tt> batch much longer after the steamer Virginia arrives from Liverpool, so he will have a much larger crop of 'grain next year. Tn one night re- cently'he lost twenty fine Plymouth Hock chickens but he is thankful tlxa.t he has four left. W: Hickrnore. who lives on Sec. 20 Tp: 10, H. 9 five miles south of nifred, has five acres of springbreaking on -June 26th i will be ripe in about two weeks. He will try to have fifty acres in crop next-year. He has seventeen head of I cattle "all looking well. He -has a cream separator and is keeping tihe- purposes. But lie a.tes rather Mgli be- Winnifrod and Lethbridge. Albert H. Wright, eight miles south 1 of Winnifred, has about sixty acres in 'crop. He is busv stacking. A neigh- bor has sixty acres in cut and shocked and forty acres of break- j W. H. Eandall has part of nis farm track 'at Win- LET surveyed into town lots jand part of it has been sold. J. C. Freeman, who lives about a imilc north of Winnifred. has ton acres iof crop all cut and stacked. The >de.n Js one of the finest in Alberta. :Hc has all kinds of vegetables such, as citrons, muskmelons, tomatoes, 'c-orn. and a fine crop of roots. Next i year he will have over fifty acres oi i crop. He broke 93 acres and disked J90 acres with two green oxen and 7-Roomed House on London Road near Westminster cash Will handle this choice property. Fully -Modern. Convenience Well Located A7ery Easy. Terms of Pay- ment. Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block YOU WOULD MISS IT Just arrived at Stock" Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street; Lethbridge on a sultry day -if you -are accus- tomed- to a cold glass of sparkling Alberta's Pride beer .if you were deprived of it. It gives you a new life and is most satisfactory for a hot weather drink. When you are depressed, from the heat, try a glass of this beer. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINQTON Phoni 2GI City Agent. R. GARNET T. IVES, DENTlST- Graduate Royal College of Dental Surgeons. Toronto. 8tafltrd Block, Rooms 6 and s. Hours 9-13; 1-5. MUSIC 'OHANNES H. pil of Henri Verbruggen. of Italy; Carl SiminSi of Berlin. Ger many. High Class Scotch music specialty. 0-pen for recitals, ban quets, concerts, etc. For teroia ap. ply Royal CollierieB, LEGAL L. M. ana Solicitor. Office adjoining Unibr. Bauk. Lethbridge. S! MMONS fit SHEPHE tp W. C- Simmons. Karristers So- licitors and Notaries. Money to loan. W. C. Simmons S. J, Shepherd, s C. F. -P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.L., Barrister. Solicitor, Etc. Office. Conybeare Block. AI berta; ______________....... H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 ford Elk. J. F. HAMILTON, s Land Surveyor. IrrigatioR and Hy-1 draulic Eng-ineer. Room 5, Whiv ney Block. Phone. 205. v J- t Coal, Ice and t i'DRAVlNCl Western Transfer Go. LONG- BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHON nifrod. aDout eighty acre., Of al, cut and shocked and it is forty acres sown to fall They been coing1 lots of fur Bergan Bros., who live a mile north of Winnifred Imve about fiftfcen. stacks _, ____ I of crain wheat and oats, one of the creates a great nuisance. It is there- jfinest crops in the tlistrict. They fore noi very hard to persuade a ,arge cmOunt of to get rid of their weeds. The reason I their next year's crop so many leave wo'eds on their I acreage will be f. large increase: is that they do not know them. Farm- The today slat-tod a small ers coming from pans Canada and prairio lire which was extinguished 7.ht> United- iStates where certain i yjy one of the "citizens'before any dam weeds have- not flourished do not rt-c-'tagc was.done. It is time the sectipn as noxious weeds But j mon humt the guards or the engines fls soon as they are pointed out steps should be equipped with spark arrest- are tp.ken immediately to rid them. The next two or three years will :see wonderful developments in this district. This year's crop will cn- the farmers and next years Icrop acreage in-this -district will be. I many times that of this year, j short time there will be a 'string of fine towns between Leth- bridge and Coleridge like there is be- i tween Calgary and JTacleod. me i grain crops will cause elevators to i erected and cheques will encour- iage the merchants and -dealers to de- velop the towns. i W. C. Simmons has kindly 'present- ,ed the Board of Trade with a com- ipletc set of Government Blue Books -for "OT-'OR and they are now on the i shelves at the Publicity Building where thcv may be consulted by any iwho wish. OUR POINT OF VIEW i Breaking a botile .ot champagne on! a srlacier is certainly putting cham- j pacrne on ice j The noise of the threshing machine is now joining with the notes of the hinder' to the merry harvest melody throughout the land Mayor Henderson seems to be starting out o-n another phase of his Greater Lethhridge scheme. Watch Lethbridge grow. With the marketing of the wheat, the. circulation of good money will ie livelier. than ever. There will be all kinds of. money on the move. s ALEX GORRIE, DEAD Bundas, Ont.; Aug. aged 75 years, 'one of the pion- eers in the Northwest horse and cat- linve arrived for more or less, of a popula- tion! The remaining four hundred and eighty- eight contracted for will arnTe in twenty-four hours or so. This City Map is thoroughly up to in every respect. TheRed Gross Drug Book COL ACADIA BLOCK Phone 6 REDPATH ST. ARROW LAKE DISTRICT THE New Land oT the Biy Red Ipple" acres Personally Selected Fruit Lands, situated on the Lakes, where Irrigation is JST'ot Required. The Best Fruit Land Proposition before the In- vestor or Homeseeker -THE. Arrow Lake Orchards OFFICE OF FREEMAN, MACLEOD GRAHAM LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd AH Standard Stocks Handled HEAD a. C. ARCHITECTS AND VM. T. Whit-' ney Block. Late of Williams Architects, Detroit, i F. B. Boom Whitney Block. 5 JAS. A. Macdonald Block. Redpath Street? Let.bbridge Aha. VV. M. Galgaiy anc> Lethbridge. Specialist; in ing, sanitation, heating and ventiia; tion. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A. M.R.A., A.A.I.C., Etc.. Managev Lethbridge Office, Bryai; Block. LODGE. PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No.. 293, Sons of England fienefit Societ) Meets In the Oddfedllows' Hall every first and third Wednesday at 8 p.m. For full particulars W.- J. Wade, Fred T. Robin? W. President. Sec.. Box 57. R. E. and Lighting aj.dFpow! er installatt ms. Plans and cations. Office McKeown's w-are. Phone 302. GEORGE an-; bTiilder. JEstim-atea tree. Kepaicin! and alterations a specialty. Teit pcrary office City Bakery, Ford 3t; or Boi 355, City. -I Picture Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authored J. H. -JDratt; man and contractor. Estimate, cheerfully given. If you want t see our new ideas in constructor let us show you. They cost yo) anything. Adrtresa Lethbridge I. O. WILLIAM :and tractor, ia prepared to give esili mates free of cost on all kinds work in the building trade, alterations, Boi Lethbridge. lettbridoe brie 10; S37 .Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays Hall at 'e o'clock. Visitinc orethren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.fi. JERBERT if foundations, concrete walks, ments and all kinds of work. Terms reasonable. mates cheerfully given. Apply 630. City. I7'j D R WILKIE President HON, ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Pres. Acoouata of Ctorporations, Municipalities, Merchants, and Private invited. SAVINGS Special attention given to Bank Deposits of fl.OO and upward? received and inter- eat allowed it current rate ftom date of depoait. LETHBR I DQE BRANCH-W. SEATLE, Begin Block, Round St., beside Benaey a Store. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month the Masjmo P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al. ways receive, a hearty welcome. A. C. Messer. W.M. G. V. Btorkey, Secretary. P. O. Box 557. J. W. and er. Special attention to work. Office and residence Courtland fit. Box 1364. 178-? Carmangay Stone building sandstone in Alberta. dealers. Concrete ex vating contractors. See Moiety s Bailey Co., Carmangay. 1395 Modern Woodmen of America Uthbridge Camp ,No. in the Oddlellowa Hall ctety second and fourth Wednesday of the month! Visiting will receive a hearty welcome. jcUlor, 0. t: Orlfflth; Banker. W. A iDicktoo: Oletk. N. UNDERTAKING ADDISON SON-Leadiug takers and Embalmers. The established business in "the c, Phone 102. Office and res 331 Crabb St. Parlori opec and night. T S RECTOR AND EMBALMER-t riagea and new to date. Parlors oppoeite r1 Open day and night. P, 0. 493. ;