Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
IHK LETHBRfDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE I TAKE OVER I ft- Rochon Will open up in his New Store In the Alberta Block, Round Street, on With a complete stock of COAL LANDS Colfax, Wash., Nov. Dur- ham Collieries Company, Limited, the largest syndicate ever formed in Whit man county, was organized here to- day by W. A. Nicholls and Fred C. Laird, representing Andrew Laidlaxv and H. W. Galcr of Spokane, to'take over acres ci coal land on the Little Bow River in Alberta, 30 miles north of Lelhbridge. WILL MANAGE ALBERTA FARMS Pullman, Wash., Dec. ne'.v THIRD ANNUAL INLAND I T position accepted by Professor George T I whose resignation n" pro- fessor of agriculture in Washington j State College was handed in day, is a responsible and unique one. 1 Professor Severance will be general i Superintendent for three large farms in Alberta, between Lethbndge and the Montana state line. There are T T TO jn these three farms, ty which lie within thirty miles of each cated on any part of this dis- trict can get i'ull Lion at The Grassy Lake Liv- S-2 With this last year's JS experience in driving land spekers, we know the country thoroughly and ct'in guarantee satisfac- d> tion as homestead locat- pj ers. "VVe have made arrange- mftnts in the country to accommodate land seekers ?5 who desire to star over' A stage line will run between Grassy Lake and Chin Coulee on Monday and Thursday of each. rfc Sir.G-eorge Reid has been appoint-j Florence Chester, four year oldj ed high commissioner for the Austra-j daughter of John Chester, Ninga, lian Commonwealth in London. 1 Man., was fatallv-burned. ier Gi-assy Lake, Alta. vote it to wheat raising. It lies in the winter wheat belt and Professor Severance 'declares it is one of ihe best winter wheat districts he has seen. The sod is broken by plows drawn by a 10-ton steam engine, but Professor Severance says he .will dis- pense with that when the sod is all.' broken. "The sod is tough and breaks said he, "but after it! is all broken I will'not want such heavy machine passing over Jed ground. It will'pack the soil too; hard for crops. I shall use horses for! the farm work. The land lies near; liaymond, on the branch of the Can-! adian Pacific connecting the main line with Great .Fails, Mont., and the; G-rcat Northern1 at that point, thus.! giving us two transcontinental lines: of road. A v. large grain elevator! stands on one of the farms and anoth er is to be built on the other so that we can deliver the grain to the railroad on our own land. The' grain is handled in bulk through an1 elevator. A large beet sugar factory i- is located at Raymond near this land and is making a success." Mrs. Severance goes.to Palouse to' remain with her parents there until; Professor Severance goes to Minnea-! polis, where he goes on January C to meet with the company, and will then go to the farm and get the home inj readiness. .Professor Severance 'a salary of a house and all living expenses, and a commission the profits from ther, business. His salary tore was ?2j'6oo a year. Pullman, Wash., Dec. ton State college loses another mem- ber of the faculty in George Sever- ance, head of the department of agri- culture, who has resigned, 'effective January 1. Professor Severance leaves the state college to become N. ROUTS' Leaves Spokane 17 Iceduced liat.es from all points on. C. P, XL, llediciue Hat and West. Also SPECIAL on Soo-Spokane-Portland regular train JAIC. 10, Tiskets Slmited 90 days with Ctcp and include Pullman Berth, ail meals in 'diner, at hotels, side trips and entertainment en route on going" trip of six days. Beserve berths now. Only u limited number can be accommodated as cars positively will-not be crowded. Two tickets entitle hsidei1 to a faii SSStlon. -Ask your agent for itinerary and write to W. E, SKEY Travelling Passenger Agent 0. E. N. Co., 601 Sprague Avenue, Spokane, Wash. rfCK-j. general manager and superintendent lor a grain ranch of acres in Alberta at a salary of 3. year and commissions, Pie is to be in Minneapolis on January 6. Professor Severance went to War- ner, Alberta, recently, but the object of his visit was not known until he returned to Pullman and resigned. Professor: Severance has been, with the state .college for six years, first as assistant professor of 'agriculture j aad later as professor of agriculture and head department. "The Gold Mine" at the Lyceum to- "THE GOLD MINE" TONIGHT The great English comedy drama "The Gold in which Nat Gob'd- win secured such success, will be the attraction at the Lyceum tonight and in the hands of the Stoddart Players will lose none of its goodness. It is brimful and running over with clever comedy and' skilfully alternated with pathos and stray sentiment. The au- thor has displayed keen knowledge of mankind in choosing his characters and has rilled the play with those things that are most pleasing on the stage ..You can make no mistake in this play: it is well worth your while All will lead to "The Gold Mine tonight, so don't worry get a ticket at the Arcade and just follow the crowd. CITY AND DISTRICT, J. H. Prouse of Taber was in the city yesterday. Mrs. (Rev.) A. A. Lytle will receive on Saturday afternoon and -afterwards on the fourth Friday of each month as usual. The funeral of the late Mayor Hen- derson will be Jield from the residencn tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock to the Presbvterian church. quickly stops eougus, cures colas, heais the tbrout anil iungs. 25 Our Surplus-Stock is fast melting away. Our patrons are all well we are going to satisfy more. When we advertise bargains we give bargains. Figures talk. FRIDAY'S BARGAIN TABLES PERUSE THE FOLLOWING Furs 1 iluli and Stole, Colorado Sable, regular price Sale Price 1 Muff and Stole, Natural Eat, regular price Sale price Special in Corsets 20 pairs Paul D Corsets, regular Sale price......... 1 Muff and Stole, Natural Rat. regular price Sale Price Dress Lengths 1 Fancy Worsted, regular price Sale 1 Striped Melrose Cloth, regular price_ Sale 5 Broadcloths in black, cardinal, navy and brown. Regular price Sale price 1 Fancv, Tweed, regular price Sale 1 Brown Broadcloth, regular price Sale 1 Fancy Serge (green and brown) regular price Sale price 1 Fancy Grey Tweed, regular price Sale 1 Fancy Green Mohair, regular price Sale 'aney Blouse Lengths 5 Embroidered Mull Blouse Lengths, regular price Sale price 1 -Japanese Silk Embroidered Dress Length, regular price, Sale price 5 Genuine Scotch Tartans, regular .price Sale price. Fancy Dress Lengths 5 Fancy Foulard Dress Lengths, regular price Sale price 2 Shantung Dress Lengths, regular price Sale price 1 Fancy Foulard Dress Length, regular price Sale price 1 Fancy Silk, regular price Sale price 1 Fancy Plaid, regular Sale price ____ S pecial in Bed Spreads For Friday Only 33 Spreads, size 60x80, regular price Sale price.. Table Covers 3 Fancy Tapestry Covers, regular price Sale price., 2 Tapestry Covers, regular price Sale price.. 2 Fancy Tapestry Covers, regular price Sale price.. 3 Fancy Tapestry Covers, regular price S'1.00. Sale price. Curtains 1 Pair Green Veiour Curtains, regular price Sale price. 1 Piiir Fancy Green Denim, regular price Sale price. 1 Pair Fancy Green Denim, regular price Sale price. 3 Pair Fancy Green Dern'm, rgular price Sale price. .SOc ...75C i We cannot enumerate them all but give you a fe-w bargains in each line. Inspection is what we desire. Tha prices do the rest. The largest and freshest stock of Groceries in Southern Alberta. Special Stock of Christmas Groceries. Lowest Prices in Canned Goods in Case Lots.