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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, mt. FACE THNlff THE HERHLD'S REHL ESTRTE MRRKET The best Steam Plowing Engine made is the Avery. I sell them. Fine Choice Lots in Duff-Addition, to 200 Lots in Alexander Addition to Same Old Stand: Southard Block Reidsville, N. C., Dec. most or the passengers in two sleep- ing cars had been awakened, and while the occupants of two passen- ger coachers were just beginning; to stir after a night's ride, thy four revr ly of Portsmouth, Va., whose pres- ent address is not known A. P. Cone, Supt. of the Richmond division of the Southern railway B.C. Nol- an, conductor of one of the Pullman cars C, K, White, travelling auditor NEW DAYTON CHURCH NOTES New Dayton, Dec. ser-i vices -every Sunday, Sunday school at 2, preaching at 3, and Young Peo-i pie's Meeting at 7 p.m.; also preach-! ing after Y..P.A.', for a while, at; boxer ask-jleast> as Rev. Conner has arranged; 'ill be greatly ap-; IT JS UP TO CLARKE Zditor Lethbridge Herald Dear have written two let- ters to Jack Clarke, the ing him for a return match with so' and Reid, who hg has boxed twice. cars of train No. 11 of the Southern for the Southern railway, and a railway were dashed down a fifty-foot embankment from Reedy Fork trestle ten miles from Here an-d twelve miles north of Greensboro, killing ten men and injuring 35 other passengers. The cars that left the track landed in small creek that flowed beneath the stageman whose name has not been ascertained the names of the others reported killed are unknown. George Gould, the New York millionaire, and his son, were passenger in one of the sleeping cars bound from Nor- folk to Thomasville, N. C. Neither trestle. The wildest scene of panic; Mr. Gould or his son were injured, prevailed as the sleeping passengeis attempted to escape from the c-.irs A sprained anftle will usually Ale- able the Injured penon for three or amid the scene of death. The names: rour weefcs. This It due to lack of of those reported killed were: J vim j proper treatment. When Chamber- A. Broadnax, of Greensboro, C J Iain's Liniment is applied, a cure V. E. Halcomb, a lawyer of Mount j Aird, N. C.; Edward Sexton, of Den-; remarkabie preparations IB ton, N. C.; Frank W. Kilby, fonder- use. Sold by all druggists. j; predated. have not had an answer to either ofj "here wa; my letters, so wish you to put ai day, owing I which enabled A REGULAR SANTA CLAUS Lots 15, 16, IT, Block 96, each. Lots 6 and 7. Block 96, each. Lots 23 and 24, Block 9b, each. Easy terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PWONE 2f7 'l-l'l'l It I-II 11 -I- The Security, Ltd. Phoire 141 ROUND AMD MBFATH H-1 I 1! M -I i II I M M H M M til M M t r M-H-H The Bett Buy City A Peril St., to Of lots 25x125, H on eaty terns, R Vi GIBBONS Co. RLOCK 222 i-i-t-t-ri M- BIG tkolee. ftre u4 half Central challenge in your paper which 1 am a j constant reader of. II Clarke will agree to box Reid 20 rounds I have to put up that he (Reid) can beat him inside of the 20 rounds at clean breaks the same amount will KO for 10 rounds at straight rules, or Reid will box Clarke and Kid Howell 10 rounds each the same night and this amount will go that Reid can beat both of them if the contests go straight rules. I have seen both fights with Clarke and Reid and cer-j a good crowd out Scn- to the good weather. the people from the I. country to attend. The Y.P.A. meet- ing in the evening was led by Miss Olive Diser, the subject being, "Crossing the River." She enlarged on the thought of mortals crossing the river of death, and said, "if WR were ready to go the awiulness o.f death would be taken which the scripture verse, "The sting of death is strongly substanti- ates. Prayer meeting will be held at J. -H-I-H-fr JL T T T i T fT A UU. iHALi. CfcU'U i tatoly think Reid should have s resKlence erery Wednesday decision the last fight. Any charge) nightat 7'30 for this advertisement let me know ilitltjxl to attend. All are cordially and I will immediately pay you. Joe Reid is now in Blairmore. Yours truly, A. C. WOOD. Blairmore, Alta. MISS DAISY GREENO, New Dayton, Alta. A CLEVERVILLE RECORD CleverTille, Nov. 22 1909. Editor Lethbridge Herald Dear 0. Ziegler, of Clev- ervilie, threshed bushels of grain of! Mr. Martin Clever's half section of land, which he has rented for five years for breaking and fenc- insc same. This ground is all pulrer-' ized an-d harrowed ready to sow the 1910 crop. Kindly insert this in your popular paper, as I consider this a very good record. Yours truly., "CLEVERVILLE." Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on Two lots on Westminster Eoad, North "Ward, on terms. Three lots on Charles street, 5275.00, on terms. Lot and half on Pine street, Cash, Illinois Alberta Realty 2nd floor Johnston block. Phone 290. Auto 455. -H-I-M I MM I HI Mi H M f II 1 f 1 A fine chance to secure highly improTed farm well locmted on very terms: toO acrs 2 1-2 miles from new of Bnron-s. 380 acres reedy for apriny crop: all fenced and cross fenced; tiro ttorej house, stome foumda- tion with -wnter in hexise; barn for 20 hesd stock; granaries and other e-ntVuiHinys: iilso good irell barn. TEKMS: Two dollars per acre in one yenr, hal. 1-2 "vrop This is the finest proposition on the mcirket will "be np "very quickly. Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 178 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 679 i A 2380 acre Farm, five miles from f town, for T sale Crop Pajmeiit Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY 3W Prytw Block. f. 0. Box 254 X-M-t-M-H- lit t 1' II'! It If A for four KIPP TOWNSITE Prairie View, Dec. 9. 1909. Editor Lethforidge Herald Dear would like to have little of your valuable space -to sa? a few words about Kipp and vicinity. We had at one time every prospect ot having; a good town here, -but one man has spoiled our chances, either through greed or folly. All along the new lines fine new towns have 'UTIE up except here, where we hare the finest possible site of all, at the unction of the Carman 0-ay and Mac-j eod and Black Diamond lines. There' s water handy and coal lands, which; I are no TV -being bored for coal, within about a mile of the place where the! town should be, but is not. Can nothing be done, or is it too late to have the old townsit-e trans-j ferred to the could take1 a hold and push the man who now owns it and finds it a white elephant an his hands. Thanking you in anticipation for publishing this. I am, Yours respectfully, FARMER. SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley Dec. successful social was held last week at Mr. Wil- liam Reonickle's new house. Ths purport of the social was to enable acquaintanceship with Mr. Smith, of Brooks, who intends starting a mis- sion in this district. The collection was beyond expectations. Mr. William Sheridan is wintering in Claresholm. Most of the boys are back again one of the latest to arrive is Mr. Benson. The Shirley boys report hard trip to Lethbridge. Mr. C.' J. Taylor made a special trip to Lethbridge last week. It was with deep regret that we learned qf the decease of Mr. Thomas McHale at L.e.tb.bridge., He was well respected in. thispdistrict. We are going rjght in for a school house now. ThoSfef interested should inform Mr. Short! at the store. THE GEORGE HATCH Laml Co. SOLE AGENTS 1 :'H-H- f T J t i J J. I City and District very The "long sought for heir of the millionaire, A. Markle, who died in- testate PhiladetpJda a couple of montks ago, is to be the aged Davi'd Markle, wko lives at Vine- land near St. Catherines. The old as been liTiiijr. on charity. Aid. Cooper, of Portage La Prairie, j who forfeited his seat on the council board through non-attendance, was pven six weeks' leave of absence, which will allow him to retain his seat, Earl Bell, aged 19, a son of Mrs. Garland, of Simeoe, Ont., was one of the victims who went down with the Bessemer car ferry No. 2 on Lake Erie. Miss Evelyn Burke, of the Charles Hotel, Calgary, who has been stay- ing with her sister, Mrs. A. J. Crow- ley, Redpath street, -for the past j month, will remain permanently in the city. J There will be a hockey match on Monday evefcing between the Bankers and Auditorium Rink Co. at eight o'clock. Skating after the match. Admission 25c. R. A. Wright, the jeweller, received what is undoubtedly the finest cut glass case in Alberta, yesterday. His customers can't fail to notice it. Simpson Bros, will be ready for business in the Barnsley Block, Crabb St.. on Saturday, with-a new stock of dry goods and gents' furnishings. The Helgerson Land Co. sold a couple of lots on Glyn. St.. south ot the Labor Temple, yesterday, to J. C. Brown. W. L. Wilson was tke owner. This company also sold a section at Purple Springs. J. Rochon will more his confes- tionery and ice cream, parlor to Alberta Block, Round St.. on Satur- day. W. R. Skey, travelling passenger agent of the 0. R.