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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Tuesday. August 30.1910. FOR- 6 room cottage on Eailay St., North Ward, close in; water', furnace and electric light; two lots; One-third cash. Balance 3, 6, and 9 months. 'Two good 5 room cottages on; Rachel St., ..water and electric light. each. Terms-very easy. FOE 1C room house and static one Will give long term ground lease "to suitable tena MONEY TO have to' loan on good secul Interest at 10 per cent. WE to rent In all parts of Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Offices at Calgary, Lethbri andi 'Acddent.'Co. Phoenix Limited of London Hiffh. the past five years -we bave been busy, preparing ,a, line of stock suitable for., prairie planting. We now offer you -RUSSt AN POPLARS, beauties; straigat and stocky in any you. want- and ar.ri'gnt-prices. We have a full line of WARD Y FLOWERING that iave- been Alberta tested and wintered beautifully.. are harder to" briBg through. -but Tve have finally selected 'several vari- tbat swill thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and P'RPLE BER- BERRY of all) make splendid hedges and are perfectly ,'hardy. VWe can stdp.yoii aline of'PERFECT LY HARDY. FRtjJT-TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that" will grow anywhere that" a; little. prQ-tec- i tioa is' given them from -the. spring -winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all -items TO- GROW ;that we re- commend the plantinjj of. r' Let us? get :in correspondence, with you in regard" to'these tfiings. .Remember OCTOBER. IS THE Tl M E TO PLANT when.7- hone r-No-troub-leytp -prica y.our.A'wants. Send: for price. -list-now -you BRITISH COLUMBIA Farmers Predict a. Good' Crop New Bridge- Personals Next BIGGEITH-IKAJS; .FOR n WOMEN ,-Aug. no re- -sight for-.women who.haye ac- the' dictates of fashion and under the unwieldiness of h'ats of'the size of an umbrella. That is the edict; of the National Associa- r tion-of Retail "Milliners, whch is-hold- its annual convention'here. Big hats are -to be bigger, and small 'hats smaller than ever'before. There are to be no medium-siaed h'ats. The desire for extremes exteads even to the coloring, according to Maerie, president'of the asso- ciation. The more 'brilliant the color- ing the more nearly .to the ideal ef- fect will the "new hat conform'. ;J -New shades will include magnolia, a. shade of orange: daualk, a coral red-.-p'omgeiian, a dead rose: hetue, a light" mahogany, and acajou, a raisin color. Miss -HameiS 'Sask., has Tiositien--in: the post'office at Giaresholm. Citj mi Ten IOBPJ The Sherloci( Bloci. Whitla, Aug. _ farmers had tine weather -the past .week "in which' to finish their haying and harvest, and now they are- -busy stacking. P. H. Coleaian, living north of town, was taken .sick last-Monday and went .to-.the--hospital the same day to .Med- icine Hat, -accompanied by .his and at this' writing is much improved., 'A. K. 3iichell, representing W. R; Brock Co., of-.Calgary, -was in. town last 'Friday selling dry goods. D. R. O'Neil, of A. H. ilcKiilcp Shoe Co., of i Calgary, and representative of A. Jiolfen Co., of Calgary, were also in Miss Xellie Richardson is expected- home frosc- Letnbridge -this take charge of the dry goods ment and post office for her-father, S: S. Richardson. Alex Ash'ton expects his brother from Manitoba to assist him in his new store. Miss Elizabeth Piper came down .from Bow Island Saturday evening. !to spend Sunday with her parents, j who reside about five miles south of j waitia. D. Smith, of Calgary, general agent of the Dominion Carriage Co., for'Al- berta, was transacting business "in town on Friday. B. A. Regner and Wm. Piper de- parted -for iloose Jaw Thursday eve- ning, where they purpose 'baling hay, etc., for a while. E. P. Helgerson, townsite promoter good fellow, arrived -home from 'the states., after an'outing-of six weelcs. -Arthur in on an .-early train, last Thursday a. m. from Macleod to cancel a fine piece of land. Thoonblad, -sister of Mrs; John I.Olson, arrived from'.New 'Rockfdrd, 'N. Saturday rnorixingr to tended, visit. Mrs Mitchell, of -Rochester, Minn.. mother of Mrs. P. H- Ccleman, arriv- ed last Taarsday for a visit -Mr. Main Butcher, of Winnifred, visits Whitla twice a week 'with his meat wagon. 'We expect'soon a meat market of our own-. Angus Beaton departed'' Saturday for Lethbridge. Ke expects soon to "open a general blacksmith shop in 1 Whitla. A. F. Doherty made a trip to Med- icine Hat Friday evening About Failure, to Connect Up Phone .i Presbyterian '_ Church Coleridge, Aug. the Pres- et-Coleridge, though are an earnest and aggres- sive'-body of. Christians, is evidenced ,'by- their, success in., just -completing a ne'w church', home for .themselves. The movement was .started some time ago, E. IvicLaren was still members and adherents t, the result' be- Growing 3 Success Grass Ccniina Aiong Some Good of Grain church which has and, ".ready for open- ing the exception of-, the understand the _ "been .voCed., .by the "-Erefebytery.. Atfblbh was left: oyer from "the. buikllrig.'of church at Redclifr. 'WitJi thijf fund it is intended to buy chairs' "to" the new, church which will be opened for divine'' services in. the near future. In the meah.tiine services are being held in 'the- school house every second Sun- day as usual. The new. pastor. Rev. E." E..'" Hench.- who came to us from Washing'ton state some monchs ago, is -winning golden opinions '-as a so.und' gospel worker and it is expect- ed .that under his pastorate -the ehvr-ch in be'greatly.strength- -pty ened The prairie, in the neighborhood of- qolerid'ge'-lUvS' been- almost covered "for some day's "with a herd of'900-fine young steers -which are being kept here-in readiness for shipment early nest week. We understand they have been, purchased in this vicinity -by Mr. ypeers and are'to' be shipped east. "Early on Thursday morning of this week there "was Wreck on ihe Crows' ibrancfc-'oFSfche C." P: It a few- miles'from Coleridge, which, -although not" serious, caused considerable, in- convenience and delay. It seems a couple of coal cars jumped the track and before the -tfrain could be stopped had-torn up" bed for-a couple of hundred yards. The- morning local to was held at Coleridge till the track was repaired, about three, in the afternoon. The crew ana p-as'sengcrs were guests at the-hotel Coleridge for lunch. "Considerable feeling exists in town "over" the delay' in putting 'the tele- phone line in repair. It is now sev- eral mo'nf'is since it-has been disor- ganized and out of business, so far as Ljo'ei'IdgQ is concerned, to' the great inconvenience -nti cases ser- is Wihcfeoarb'e TyndaU are having a well drilled just fcack of their store. id Wan Nelson lis doing .the work with his -driving machine which, -he patent- ed himself'. -Ke "-built it with_ mon He did not to put" too much, it without r if it. would work or nor. But been drilling quite a number of .well's the country and it works, fine. .K-e -couldn't wish for any better. He claims nothing happens- next year that will .-build a better one. The formerly run "by 'Mr. and Sirs. Kickmore, has been taken -over by Will Mundon, who' will do his utmost to please the public. j j representing the Me-" Uonaick Co., repots nics busi- ness .this Since the -nice rains have fallen in this month the "fanners -have been cheerful, alany. plows, turned out to' work where they have laying idle during the .dry weather. j.' H. R-y'gg and. children left today- for. Medicine -Hat where Mr. has as cook put j j Fred Beehdoit has moved, his .black- smith shop over near the. track and is'kept very -busy these days. There are-, guite a few good fields of grain in the ieigivbcrhoed ,oi Win- j -mired., and some good fielda of poia- Loes. Winnifred is very proud of the new- jtelephone system -that has been .'here. P. J. DeMarce, the. P., M. at Winni-! fr-ed, set out 1000 cotton woods .'and Mountain-.ash, and also quite a grove t of fruit trees, and about 500 'berry' bushes this' spring. They are looking fine and-are. growing- rapidly since the rsin. Only six have died. Postmaster P. J. Ds Jlaree and fam- ily and, Mrs. ii. S. Jolivette, of St. Louis, Mo., who is visiting here on her -way fco the -East, were at ihe riv- er last Sr.nday to spend the day. The grass is. looking fine vrounu Winnit'red since the heavy rain, and the farmers are delighted as they-are in-hopes ot-having feed for the win- ter. aid return- MOIIS loss of the merchants and ethers I In "town contemplating' build- ing a fine residence on his'homestead four miles south of town. Mrs. John Piper is to entertain'-the fresbyterian Aid Aug. the 8th. averyftody welcome. The bridge timbers are unloaded here for a new bridge across the big .coulee two ana a half mile's south'of j Whitla. which helps some. I J. H. Carson has -been on the sick j list the past week. Jiznmie Coriette arrived home aitar 'spending a rev.- days with his father, who is "on the C. P. R; staff at Dun- more. E. G. Coriette has purchased fine buncn of chickens of Mr. The inconvenience ness .bees f sickness when PATTEN A VISES AGAINST GAMJNG s means o; communication. tac j S5ys is Demoralizing and -Ruin Actors of Medicine Hat coula be ti "l-wls, A fn- .ho lai> of playing cards. i; seeins A Fargo. Xortii Dakom. Excinuige, makes the following referr-nce :o the who is b cine Hat EA T A 1 AT boy once, and jrho fpve connection with tlie Jc-ath by violer.c commoditios formerl a butcher at the prices to ,fOF INSIDE 1-have and willVsell by'pubirc auction THURSDAY, At-the. At 3 p.m. s'rtarp, .the .INSIDE ".--A eight ropmedrtully equipped, "standing-on. I-acre of .ground on London' RO'ad.'.' This acre being divided into 11 loisj''6 on Lon- don Road' and r5 'oh Peplpw street. The-only acre left'in-'" side 1 modern, S roomed, a A business house, .large' stable.''. "and., shaclt, good lots'jbn Tdrran.ce .avenue. Good f or-hofsemanl 2 built', large stable.--.vdrk' chick-, en Y-siy big lots No better stand in fhe'city] for contractor ,or .dfaying busi- ness. 3 beau'tifur-corner.: iofe'' onv 2 lets, Courtiand These'properties-are-all good investments." .Easy-fterms. .ticulsrs .and terms. appJy-to, CHARLES THE GOLDEN WEST. Auctioneer-'-. Crafab Street block 121, an ideal- 1 house; standing on: 2 in' block road, rents for. per 2- dandy -lots, 23 and B.urdetit Street in block' ,2 comer lots in. hlock: Courtiand and. Emest, ey- makers.' r 66; Loncon1 of -the few good i rooming I corner lot, '-I25t .new .school a'.fine ii dence ;plot 2 very large corner lots k> Cutbili and McDirff, capahle of accommo large houses facmgrnorth'-biiJs aortk 01 tlie tracfc me DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression, is .the" time to invest. -'r PRICES -ARE -LOWi -Everyone anxious to sell.-. 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 V good places in Cardston and Kimball districts. Plenty of rain, v WE BUY you need money come and We hare a plan that interest you. _ BUY LAND FOR CASK. FARM i rSl'Xivi. LIST WITH US. N. CO. Real Estate and. Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. L-caus T. N. Christie, Notary Public, "Diamond City, Alta.- REAL ESTATE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the ftuick Service. Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals ,.25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS for made'info a belt for a Christmas pres- 1 cnt for "just some one." i R B. Maney -disposed of nis i uorses and rented his-'line farm t.hree i miles northeast to his brother. N. H. Page and family departed Saturday evening for Kramer, N. D, j. H. Manibiin left on Sunday even- ing for some place Whitla still needs a doctor, dnig store harness shoo, hotel and oppor-, 'tnnltiVa for many other business op-1 Monte Carlo and in cerratn sections cf; Paris, London and Berlin. could easily fee mis- j or the Waldorf-! broker, or a retired I F5RE INSURANCE Money 'to loan on Improved city property and farm lands. R.V. Co. Ott Sfock ocarins: of the raurdcrdd man had bean found ni'teen days later, and the condition of the Corpse denoted that i'oui play, the skull being badly crushed and otherwise injured. Remilong is known throughout Morson county; be Dears an excellent reputation among his neighbors in (North Dakota and they are confident that he will -he abh; to prove that he is innocent of all knowledge of the crime." hopes, to sain. he t'uids it cosipsraciveiy easy to Sharps D-sappsar ,icad The'three card sharps who fried to What Fatten Wiil Do inveigifi Mr. Patreni into a game of i Whether m-the-holft HJ cards es-soon as the ship ibis pals wore scared touched the doclv. One 01' them sudfle identified as n. card sharp of inrovna, ithey learned the oi HIP or whether I appalled when j Jatrl; Lonson is a very busy man j these days, carpentering, etc. Hardy. This? appear-- Samuel Oodfrey. employed in Siaiirr, moukliiiiv shop vliie, was terribly burnod by the .spiil-i military muslssoht. of a biz ladle. ilutiKht of lashiyii ;n: fame, knovn as Ace 'in-tho-hole ;t.hey trying to dope S.uffidont, to say, ;leceptivo lias rocovored from his REAL ESTATE tOANS INSURANCE I O 7? ,SV' and ill PHONE-1183 507 LETHBRiDGE, ALTA. an i> a r.rouk of and long ce b> ihe seen t sorvic" lu is v.'ell' .hair r, SK: 1 d'vrtHfs in wvli at body of a man who ..fell fj'oi H. train near Gladstone, -ha, r identified as-.thnt of Deseronto, V ;