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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE MJTHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, December fishing a Always Good at Waterton Lakes Upper Watertown HE Candidates winning first prize in each df the four districts will be allowed the option of a Banff trip of two weeks, duration, or a TWO WEEKS' VA CATION for TWO PERSONS at Lee's tented VillagC Waterton Lakes, all expenses paid. No finer resort in the Rockies. This will allow -the winner a two weeks' outing any time during the summer season, with the privilege of taking a member of theirJamily or some ifriend. With prizes of a big McLaughlin-Buick! Auto, trip to England or district vacation trips and substan- ofvgold, with a Shetland pony and outfit for the Herald is setting a to follow r. E. McCaw, local manager for tne Mason and Risen Piano Co., received tnis morning tie largest shipment'of pianos ever brought into Letnbridge, being the fourth, carload since May last. He will sell tnese pianos at e rnces and invites all interested and toe public generally to visit nis snow rooms and investigate tne excel- lencies of 'this famous piano r1 riano to. Factory branch Con.crratory Building, comer 5A Avenue nth St ..uth Phone 765 E. McCAW, manager Oil Creek Fallf in Winter Waterton Lakes are located 3 0 miles west of Cardstbn. Nature-made recre- ation resort, beautiful rugged Rocky Moun- tain Scenery, delight- ful camp; life, and fin- est trout fishing--- where you catch 'em tke-world. COTOlEWS Dec. Fred Knoble a prominent rancher and wool-grower of West But-te, just 'home Logging Camp, hear JLee'a Tented i Village, Waterton i. W. T. Canadian" ttll, wtlH ,.0 :j He is espeQteci bade this week 'accompanied by .Mrs." Fatten, who; has been confined in the hospital' for several weeks, and their small daugh- Dr. H. Beatipre, well, known in'nor- them Montana, has just .opened a den tal office in Sweet' Grass. The neatt cottage building of Henry Tennant, sr., has-just been completed, and will be occupied' by the family week William Lindsay, who passed the name, of 3., Cv Buck, from of November 29th. He was fp.r-.Wetaskiwin, Alta., and'had of-immigrant effects. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Dupfs remember- ed: as prominent former-residents of the Coutts country, visited here last week, and went on to Great Falls, Mont, to complete their visit- J B' Stauffer was. with, the party.. ..P. went'to'.Great Fails for." a '.trip 'Friday. "YW- Coutts-''last week-from his claim east of town. He has 30 acres of ground prepared for ...spring seeding-. Thanksgiving: day'-was celebrated in Sweet Grass oh the 24th by a big mas- quesade ball, and'banquet at the Uncle A large crowd from the" Canadian side of the line were pres- ent Out of town people to attend the Thanksgiving dinner at the Coutts ho- tel on the 24th were Mrs. Norman is the time toiiav e your. BEST 1ILMS OErXMAS British Colonial Photographic SHEELOCE: 11. AAW _ vju. tiic w ci c lUrS, through Coutts a-few' days ago with j Dickinson and Far- a carload of immigrants effects bound for Burnham, .Mont., returned ,.eo- nesday to Clares-holm, Alt-a.; fcr a short visit. Hugh O'Neil, of the firm of Beau- rell. THE FAIR EQUESTRIENNE nuga oi nrm 01 tseau- _, e O'Neil, returned Saiurdav from n to .short, visit, in .-.Great Falls .Presented Dy Mr. Richard Hincks and nis clever troop 01 local a ed. from Washington; D: C'., where he _ the North ported-that..te. was'.on to ward about three weeks ago city which pertained to uame of the added attraction is "The the; Fair a verv .laughable enrolling all the stars in the -.Oi-landihiSherto-cIosedvto en-j cast. The first of the four to be pre- sented isr entitled and trv. P. J. proprietor .of the Uncle Sam hotel of Sweet Grass, re- turned Wednesday from LethbridgeT where accompanied his wife to the 1