Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
BIGGEST Snap of the Season 13 Lots on London Road I Between Smith and Round Street, every lot high, dry and level, with water line in front of cvrey lot. $1,500.00 Lots in the immediate neighborhood are telling for twice this money. Just have a look at this property, anyway. The C.B.Bowmcin aqcici Lethbridge, Alberta. Round - up of Prairie News Vldoont Scully oX'M.F.. (or West Clare, Ireland, has been visiting hi. Eton. D. V. Scully, who ha* a ranch south of Macleod. Tho wedding took pl.oa at Swift Curnmt on Tuesday, Ikwnbcr �, u/ Hits Kate Hay ward, daughter ol il>. and afra. Samuel Hay Ward, formally or Medicine Hat. to 6*�- Hopkia-i, ot Roglna T. E. Harrison tnfflttagor of tho t'nloh Dank, Saskatoon, has resigned to go Utto tho real eciato uim. h0s9. Tha Raymond Sugar Co. haw established & distributing beaut at Wetasklwin. Tho Frank Paper says that Pla* cbor Crook (a doing k* utmost to prevent the R.N.W.M.P. hcorfquar* torn being removed from there to llloirmoro. Wholesale llttfior licenses havo grunted Mr. Rohm and the I*>th . bridge lire wing Co. at Mailrmor* and to the Sanitarium lfw�?l t,t Frank. CATTLE FOR EXPORT. I Dr. Mulcomson 'r�ver��r of Frank. bON boon avttt had a narrow escap.. rmm destruction by nr.. It Is expected too now Mormon Tabernacto at Cardston will be completed wtthln the, next twvlv*> month* John Elder got 19 tons of augar ixv>ts on a third of an acre ut Tuber STR.YYEU Prom fivo milts east of Claresholii*. One roan horse about TOO pounaT, white head and whlto feet, with � halter on whoa lost; branded U o� right shoulder. One bay home ab�ut 700 pounds, white .trip on faco; brand D on right hip; had bailor 1 on when last aeon. Ten dollars re ward to party recovering these animals. Horses last seen going toward* Rocky Coulee. OUR JF.rtOE.VSON. Tho*. f(. Wootford of Cardston has this rvoord this yea So." Mr. Bater replied. It is the maturing of the dogies. Mr. Mcl/oan here made correction. "The herds have about held their own" he thought. The rise Ut the exportation has been owing to tha 'taftt two .vtur� beXng unfavorable) to 1 fattening. A great many cattle wore I ronsoqwntly carried over to this I year, which was an eaoeptionaUy one wwfion for them. 1 do not think we shall haw as many to go out of tha country tor several year* to oosa� " Mr. Rater meatiooed that the practice of grazing of Manitoba and Ontario cattle lathe west woe not being continued as several tarmMrshave sustained heavy losses. So future asportation would depend on the natural increase of the herds. iSven In this connection he did not give much cause for hope, meatlomng, as he did that several roaches hod given up business, including tha Cochrane and a number of smaller reaches. Two or three from High River j to Macleod bad been crowded out I this year by settlement "From Macleod west.:' Jatarpos.id j Mr. McLean, "they are dosing down j and rancnlog has practically gone out ot wdstence. The land around lyncher Creek wMch was tins Quest ranching country ten years ago. is now worth 990 to WO an acre. Mr. McLaan who was staying at ( the Royal Alexandra Hotel vont | iwest on Saturday cven'ng. M r. , One Stove Enough If you are just starting housekeeping, just settling on a new farm, or are contentedly settled in a small home, one stove will be enough If it is a *' Happy thought." You can use it for cooking and for heating the house, tn cummer time the Are can he immediately checked after you are through with your cooking, thus keeping your' rooms delightfully cool-while in winter it will heat several rooms or warm the whole of a small house. 130,000 people in Canada use the Happy Thought Range and all say that" one stove's enough " for then. Every Happy Thought burns coal or wood. Write for illustrated catalogue Cht WM. BUCK STOVE CO , MmHea. arantterd M.mresl Wlnnlp.S -free FOR SALE BY G. L VROOMAN. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry. Etc. PIOHB & MIRON FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE | hotel dallasI J150 pounds branded N.H. on loft fihouldcr, ono gray mare. 1200 lbs. branded O-O reversed, one bay ir.are three years old. no brand, whhe �� face, white bind foot, gray colored tall, weighs a^out 1130. no brand. Apply to WM LATIMER. EDMONTON. ALT.V 1 !\5 pupils are enrolled at tbe Kan- ton public school Lost from 100 miles oast of ' 'ot- - askiwlo a,d last seen at the Cam- I i:p to .vovoroN,r no. tbo shipments,., . , . ^ ^ tUb. eron ranch, one gray, about 10, Bmln from NBBtoB reached 9�8..!n*ulcr ^ ,or T. OOfl"bushels Mr B*t,r mc*tin8 1.18 wr,tw '*Ur _ particularly requested that mention , , should bn nutde of the fact that he Mare and McAuloy of Ulgary h�lW MyeT ^ t(t more tbontweaty the contract for tha now Union Dauk building at Pincbcr Crcok. It u to irt completed by March Vlth. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS LAUOR L'SIOS UAU. A >w night* uro still o|*i. Lrtbbriitgf Harry Chapman, of tho Dank of Commerce staff at Plncb*r Creak, bis btvu transferred to Clareafaotm- The l'inchor Creek Echo soya: The elevators in this district are all lull and we understand grain is being piled outsidu awaiting cars to n*ul It away. The shortage ot earn iutb.s vicinity Is Uclng lva j Ovtuwu. IXnutod, Wgis lativo provision should bn made w such control and r��\ttation in cine of emergency as wMl .a future, prevent loss and suffering to tha neopl-� 1 at tbe WeaUrn Provinces througblack ! of fuoi supply- UN PRAISE OF CHAMRERI. VINfi9 OOUOlf RFJtfEDY T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Roal Estate. Insurance and Commission Agent Firo, Life, Accident and Hail Iusuranoti in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc.. for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. 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