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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX rne LLTHBRiDtit DAILY HERALD. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1909. THE SALE OF RILY O N We are now receiving daily letters from outside points asking- what lots are available Faith in Lethbridg-e means faith in Parkdale Price only Terms: cash, balance monthly -rvr What You Can Buy For Ladies' Velour Calf Blucher, "Fitweir Brand. A useful winter shoe, per Ladies' Vici pat. tip, "Fit'weH" Brand. A styiish dress shoe. Per Ladies' Fine Tan Calf Blucher, "Fit-well" Brand. Per pair Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf. Vici Kid. or "K-ne- aroo" leather, blucher cut. Made on latest mod- els. "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Working Shoes, from, per pair .....52.00 House slippers in all the newest designs. Call and inspect our goods West. Coal.Co............... i MO House, visited Lfthbridgc on T'ues-. TABER. Taber, Nov. town council held their regular meeting on.. Mon- 29, in the town hall. Coun- cillors Beck, Smith, Wood, Hayncs. Campbell and Davis were so Mayor Douglas. The minutes f.[ last meeting were read and adopted. A letter from the C.P.R. ing on' DeVeber Ave-, was read the secretary was instructed to i ply to the same. L. T. Westlake I'-oO The following accounts were refer- red to the Finance Committee Dr. Willson. Stationery Co.......... 1.34 Canada West Coal Co............. A 80 It was decided that a small build- ing be erected at the cemetery lobe used for a tool house. It was left in the. hands of the Works and Pic-p- ert-y Committee. block forty-three, was submitted for Alexander Faukls, an expert min- ing engineer, of Vancouver, B. C., spent the early part oi the week in j Cowley examining raining proposi- j tfons in this neighborhood for a wealthy company at the coast. Large shipments of cattle, bay and'! grain are being made from the sta-J tion here weekly, principally for towns in the Pass and B. C. Besides'j the grain taken in daily at the eleva- j tor several buyers have been here' lately buying all they could secure UUJt-A J.VJ. i _ approval, and after discussion the and shipping by the car lot. More i fte t 1af4. nt wheat is beine held over this year by A letter from the secretary .oi IJe. jitter left in the hands of the school board asking, that fifteen hun- dred dollars be paid to their count was read, and the secr T was instructed to pay the same. Works and Property and that they report at the next meel- The Bingham Brothers, of Jlagratii. t The following accounts were order-. T ed to be paid nQOn J. i E. R. Wil-deman -yxM, J, Advertiser At Ias1: our dreams bave come mie- T Lethbridge HeraldTZ .ZZ are a> paintins lhe Manitoba Free Press 10.50 town hall, which will be quite an rf, fn) improvement when completed. J. F.. land surveyor i uf Lethbri'dge, in town wheat is being held over this year by the farmers, than ever before. They expect much higher prices next spring than prevail now. It is sure evidence of the growing prosperity of the west when the farmers can afford to hold their grain and realize the benefit of the advancing prices themselves. Shipped From A. Gilbey's Highland Distilleries In. Scaled Bottlm Only Age, Quality and Purity are the outstand- ing charact- eristics of Gilbey's Spey Royal. An old, mel- low Whisky that delights connoisseurs. 1945 I Edmonton Bulletin X ou Y Warmest 'Chinook f in-- -imagine o ley O YOU that we have roses that bloom every month in the year? Won't that tell you in itself that we have no severe weather Come with us and let us show you the RICHEST OF SOIL, in a country where a few acres will make any industrious man independent for life. We don't want to sell you a piece off the map. We war.t you to go and see for yourself. We know what you will think when you get there, and we know that no other place on earth will appeal to you more than the beautiful Fraser Valley. Ground Floor Of rices next Balmoral Hotel, Round Street, Lethbridge Phone 122 on business, returning on Tuesday. p. Hammer went-to Magrath 0 Tues-dav on business, returning S and on Friday was found dead by the roadside pinned beneath the logs, his arm and leg being caught. Whether he was killed instantly, or suffered awful agony is a .matter for conjec- ture. The body was frozen stiff when, I found. i of the most popular young this section of performed by Rev. J. A. Clark, pas- tor of Knox Presbyterian Church. The bride was given away by ther Mr.. D. A. Smyth and wore, .a most becoming travelling costume. The groom was supported by Mr. M. R." Complin. Mr. and Mrs. Mackin- non' came south on Thursday and held a reception and dance in the MpfidoT7 Creek School house on the the eiice .of ..p., large, number of on on Buy now when the land is cheap. Remember, land life the Fraser Valley does not have to go begging for settlers very long, so come when you can buy right. Call in and see us for pamphlets and information: Thursday. The Sundal orchestra, went to Grassy Lake on Wednesdays to for a i Masquerade Ball which was given by the local baseball club in the lown hall. They report a big time and a large so that the hall was not large to accommodate all those who ivatiL- Hjed to attend. Mrs. T. A. Underwood the first prize was lot donated by Mr. Salvage. pi Mr. W. A. Aubin left on Wednesday Calgary, hence he will go to St. i Paul and the eastern states on a three months' visit with friends and relatives. in, 'Calgary on Thursday, 12fith wWh. was d b (From the Review) j jvov, ,jn the person cf Mr. D. A.! Death in a trapc way to John i the, well known -rancher Ferguson a well known muri of the i ;n M'prulo'w The bride was Lyndon district. He'' was i iUv's Smytli. daughter of Mr. logs for the mill" at. Lyndon and ap-jasd. Mrs. Smith, of Lucknow, Orit.'. in seen alive on'Thursday of .Creek School. The Stricken with apoplexy Daniel Wil- son, "ex-Ma'ybr of'Collingwood, ceremony was at the Iroquois Hotel, Toronto. COWLEY. Cowley, Dec. the heav- j iest vvind storm from the west that i Cowley has experienced for several j years continued through Sunday and j Monday. While the wind was at its worst on Monday evening a prairie lire started east of the town beyond I the North Fork of the Old Man. It j appeared to be several miles .wide land illuminated the entire neighbor- T_ j hood till the heavy rain, which com- monetd falling about midnight and {'continued till morning, drowned it out. We have not yet heard whether any serious loss was occasioned, i Mrs. Mclvor, wife of'our local post- master, and uvo children, arrived in i Cowley yesterday morning, after Impending the summer with relatives "Sat Chcsley, Ontario. j W. C. Robinson, one of our enter- j I prising merchants, who already runs a hardware, furniture and agncultur- al implement business, is planning to build an addition to his already large warehouse and instal a chopping plant to be run by a gasoline engine. This will be a great convenience to the Jiarmers and ranchers of the vicin- ity and will no doubt be well patron- ized'. The Methodists of Coxvley are build- ing a new parsonage in the rear of i their church. Rev. S. S. Peat, the k pastor, is an energetic and successful j 11: Christian worker and will be greatly encouraged by the liberality of the congregation in providing him a more convenient residence. Mrs. Lloyd, who has been spondinjr, several weeks in Cowley with' her daughter, Mrs. Bedell, returned to her home near Calgary last week. many friends of Mrs. Bedell will id t.n loam'that she has com- j plctely recovered from her recent ill- 1 1 ness. 3 j BryCc Miller, who removed to Van- B.C., from this vicinity last ?5 summer, is spending 'several wccvs here renewing acquaintances and look- ing after his business interests in ,--------._ linn i i in H. D. McMillan, of the Cowley )Jr Will present the stirring western Seats on sale at the Arcade until 6.15 Ouida's great mili- tary drama Verna Felton tae'tf ;