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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOC TUliDAY, AUQUtT J.l, INI. TOWN OF SEVEN PERSONS (Continued from Front Pagt.) C. Tonberg. who lives about throe miles south of Sewn, i'orsous, has [been in the country for eighteen 'years. He always had a little bit broken ami a garden. This year he has a line crop and everything is good. He has about twenty-seven acres altogether and the. grain is cer- tainlv good. 'He' has about three 2987 GIRL'S AXD CHILD'S DRESS Paris Pattern No. 2987 All 'Seams Allowed, j The .wai.-t portion of thi> simple 3012 LADIES' WAIST Paris Pattern N-o. 3012 nno-, I All Seams Allowed. j The front and backs of this model! -are cut out in a deep V and ornament- ed by hand embroidery, as are thej cap. sleeves, in a shade deeper than ,t tl i i model is made, witn v.-ide tuck.- at the; the matenai. .The and back ititched their edges of the cuffs are of embroidered and' short full skirt is j net in deep cream color. The pattern am! to th, wairiti is in 7 to 44 inches, bust lf fv. under a narrow belt of the nisuerial, measure. For 36 bust the waist, as il- lustrated, requires :1 1-4 yards of ma Ifcrial 36 inches wide; with: 7-8 yard! of braided net 20 inches wide fur yoke fa.cing and lower part of 1-2" yard of chiffon 36 inches "Vide for sleeve puffs and 3 3-4 yards ot. soutache braid; or, of one. mater- ial it needs 3 1-2 yards 20 inches [thousand trees, cottonwood, elm, rand maple, planted last year, and {some are nine feet tall having grown eight feet since planted, and ho never put a drop of water on them, not even when he planted them. He has iiity head of "horses and just sold 200 head of cattle. He has not soon Ijethbridge for eight years and there were no houses then at Taber, there I being only a ter t ank. He was ;not lucky enough io dream that the change .would come so quick or i could'have "been a foreland1 I was only worth S3.50 per acre, in the j vicinity of Lethbridge. Mrs. Tonbercr i has a reputation of being .an expert j butter maker. I P. O. testing, about, three miles south of-.Seven Persons, has thirty- i live acres of wheat and oats. Some of it was too -heavy and rank to be i cut with a binder, it'is'the best crop he ever saw and he is an exper- iencifd farmer-who has travelled. .He I has trees, cottonwood, ash, i elm and maple- Ninety-seven per cent of them lived. He never water them since the day they were planted, but he prepared the'ground according to J j Campbell's system V few of them _ _ are nine feet three niches high, and _........................... only two vears growth. Last vear j making a unique pulpit made from cultivated'between the trees and down right io -late Are you furnish your home this fall If so, call and let us show you our stock, and we will be very pleased Ito give you aii eadmate of a Cust to furnish your home. We always ckrry in stock, House- hold nowSo suit everybody. Terms arranged, Phone 356. White Furniture Co. 324 CRABB STREET, Three Doors South of BANK OF MONTREAL the lower edge finished with a wide j "'hem. The full length sleeves are i gathered and attached to irrist bands stitched at either -edge. The Dutch j 1 5-8 yards 42 inches "wide. JPri'ee of pattern, 10 cents. is batiste, hand-embroider-j ed, with mercerized cotton. The pat- tern is in 5 to 10 years. For a girl of 8 years the dress requires 41-3 yards of material 24 inches wide, 33-4 yards 27 inches wide, 3 yards 36 inches wide., or 2 3-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. 3001 C ELD'S OXE-PIECE DRESS Paris Pattern All Seams Allowed. Tai.- dainty nlade of batiste, which is only in tiie front, being oiallover erh- broidery. The. fullness of the front it distributed by a -wide box-plait either side, the rest being gathered into the lower "edge of the yoke, and "that of .the back put into three wide ibox-plaits. The dress closes under the .-center pi air, and the collar and "wristbands are of insertion, finished edging to match'. The pattern in 4 to 7 years. For a -child of 5 years" the dress requires 4 yards of -material 24 inches wide, 3 T-2 yards 27 inches wide, 2 1-2 yards -36 inches or 2 1-8 yards 42 inches wide; as illustrated, 1-4 yard of flouncing 7 inches wide, 3 yards of-insertion and 1 1-8 yard? of .edg- "ing. -Price of pattern, 10 cents. 2935 GIRL'S DRESS. Paris Pattern No. 2995 All Seam.-; Allowed. The fullness ol the waist of this model is supplied by tucks complete- ly hidden by the wide bretelles of the material, .which may.be .omitted. The full skirt is gathered and attached to the waist, the joining being hidden by the belt. The lower edge is finish- Jed with a wide fkmncf and; a prin- panel extends dow.n from the neck to-.'flounce. The pattern is in j four to 12 years. For a girl of 10 years the dress requires 4 1-S yards of muteri.il 24 inches wide, 3 7-S yards 27 inches widty 3 yards 36 inches wide, or 2 .1-2 yards 42 inches wide; 11 1-2 yards of- insertion and 7 3-4 of edghig. Price of pattern. "JO'cents.' kept the weeds 'fall, thus keeping-'the trees too late.., The trees were frozen because there ;was too much sap in j them when jack frost came. This 'year, however, there is a rank growth of trees. and he has already stopped cultivation. He has been ranching here ten years and has been growing a little "grain -the last six years. .Next year he will have about eighty acres in crop. He has been a subscriber to _. r- "-iT'-iV.' T7 11 here was considerable iun Campbell s Scientific Farmer and he1 bachelors out oid. each other lor thinks that. system is the only one for a successful crop even.- year in this'-country. Three Ft.. Alfalfa on Fresh Breaking Philip Lousley. at Seven Persons, has 'North Dakota Flint corn six f-eet high raised froia seed ripened in the same-field last year. Ibis sown about June 10. which was a month yet it is fit to eat now will, ripen.; Potatoes planted at the same time are also a good crop sciaps ol flooring and ornamented with shingles. About fifty people ga- theied and sat on the plank form as they ate ice cream and cake. The i cooks had been over-generous so the extra supply of cakes auctioned off to the highest bidder Mr Lind- sav was auctioneer and did well. He is certainly a success, in anything he undertakes. The cakes sold as high as two dollars each and the pies -vent for as high as seventy-five cents as the the coveted iced cake The total receipts from ice cream and cake sales amoun- ted to 816. Farmers Organise The Seven Persons Farming Asso- 'ciation own and operate the store and lumber ard Tt is a distinct or- g-anization separate and independent of am other similar in the mce Colin McAt-kile is the 'manager and about farmers He broke MI gin prame one shaies in the association Thei day and the next sowed alfalfa 'on i sell goods and lumber at reasonable It 3013 LADIES' DRESS SLEEVES Paris Pattern No. 3013 All Seanu- Allowed. The first sleeve'is for serge or'any material on that order, the upper por- tion made of .thy material as-is the j wristband, the turnback cuff trimmed with braid. The-pufl is-made of con-- trasting material. The second sleeve i i. for dressy .frocks, the cap made of the material; trimmed fancy banding the puff of chiffon. The third sleeve has the long cap 'and deep cuff made of allover material, the. puff being made of plain mater- ial. Tire pattern is in 6 to 42 Inches, bust measure.- For any size. sleL'w No. 1 requires 3-4 yard ot material 36 inches wide, with 3-8 yard 27 inches .wide for puffs and 2 1-2 yards >-f braid: sleeve No. 2 needs 3-8- yard 3G inches wide, with 3-4 yard 27 inches widv for puffs and 1 5-8 yards of banding; sleeve No. 3 needs 5-8 .yard of allover 36 inches wide> with 5-8 yard 27 inches wide for puffs. Prifv of pattern 10 cents. mber 5th ady wishing to assist with collecting boxes, please notify the Secretary, Box 57. Prizes will he given for Ladies Making Largest Collections the breaking. It grew a goo 1 stand some as high as feet ;I John Myers, who lives half a mile from Seven Persons, has a fine crop of wheat; He "has been Imng here for'. eighteen: -years.- There was then not even a water tank or a section house. The creek "was named Persons probably bj the Indians bad beenMiere before "Mr. Myers came. There :are. five times seven per son? now resident within a quarter of .a.-mile, right in the'-heart of the town. Next year the- population may double, when the name will, have to Lbe changed to Seventy Persons. Mr. 1 Myers has about '4.000 trees all do- ing well and never watered. He has a-bout 125 of cattle which never (.stable, because he has no stable to I put them .in, and does not need any. I H. Bergman has a meat market i and'hy. sells about a beef and a half every week, and business is on the increase. He postmaster. The post office is only about one hundred vands from the mail catcher, FO it prices and the profits aie returned to the shareholders as dividends. Both '-harehokk-rs and others are'well sat- the knees by Clastic, run through the hem-casing. The pattern is.'in in 5 years.' For a boy ot 4 years the suit requires ,4 1-8 yards of 24 inches wide, 3 1-2 yards 27 inches wide, 2 5-3 yards 36 inches wide, or 1 5-3 yards 54 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. A" store has jthe post office be caught' would only cost-a. o have j there this year and there is a good the mail carried to and from the east j growth of grass and grain. Each, set- bound train. The item of .--.xpense tier has broken from ten to twenty anyway should .not.be consider A-i in acres. broken if the giving good mail service, ivaish -will j railway 'was nearer, soon mean more business and larger been started but no iy'et.' 1 II. I- Miller, who has sol-t -his ranch seven miles south east of Seven. Persons, has trees that were" grown I from seed which fell of itself in the hanking of the house. -.They- sjre ten or twelve feet high .and they would have.'been-higher but the -oots near. Residence of J. C. Morningstar AUCTION SALE INSTRUCTED by Mr. J. C. who is leaving the City, I will Sell by Public Auction on Saturday next, September 4th, at 2 o'clock, this well-built MODERN RESIDENCE Containing seven rooms, verandah and built-in cement foundation, situated on McNab, near Mc- Beth street, North Ward. Ground high and dry. Lot 40x75. The sale will take place at the resi- dence as above. Terms: 1-3 cash; balance in6 and 12 months; 8 per cent, discount for cash. Frank G. Waddington, Office: 410 Round street. Auctioneer. II with the outgoing mail. This makes j boundary, Persons. ig so full, that it by the catcher on the on from one of the The above information was secured.'sacks are, now sent back _on the day settlers who had j trains. Only one train a day takes or gives'mail at Seven Persons. That is the westbound nig-ht The people here have the same old kick,