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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, t i 4 Investors and Homeseekers Too 4 J: 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 II 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4r wish to call your attention the fact that we have a choice list of its'.-re rhan a civs of farm land in this district which we will sell you at very lowest prices aiid on the easiest terms possible. At present we havr- a particularly irood barirain in a block or S sections of strictly first class farm land which we are ofWini.' af an acre. per acre cash, balance oil easy terms at f! per cent, interest. 4' 4r 4 4 4 4r 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4f 4 4r 4; 4 If you are coiitemp- latin.u- an investment in farm lands from 1-4 i sei-iun! and upward, he sure to see us bfoiv you closr a deal as we positively guarantee TO saA'e vou inonev, V, J Sheith 6 Tilley rne OF WAWA HO Canada as a Summer Resort WEBER BROS. I ROUND STREET Office formerly occu {u'ed by Standard Land Co. 4 4; 4 4; 4f 4 4? 4? 4; 4; 4; 4r e want you till To visit our store ,ii Christmas rime. Ask questions. See what we have. ;iiid u e are v on HP r-ll Ilia I oil will take away wirh you a opinion of tin- joys of 'n 4r 4; 4: 4 4; 4 4; 4f. 4 4 4r 4 4 4 4- 4r 4-; 4 4 4; 4- 4: 4r 4; 4: 4; 4; 4r 4; I 4r 4r 4- 4 4 4; 4; 4 4r 4; 4 4r 4r 4r 4 4; 4; 4 WE HAVE Blue Fish, one of ihe lirxlines of Newjiort. Blue Point Oysters, on the shell. Fine Fat Fresh Mack- erel. Shrimps, one of the most delicious we know. e siio-o-fst "shrimp wi_yo-Ie creamed on ioasO as the best ways of Lobsters, as fresh, as crisp as if just taken from the water. Young Pigeons, nicely 'I he regulars of course are all here too, Sal- mon, Srneits, .Fresh and Salt Her- ring, Finnan Haddie, Kippers, etc. usual H'ood tjual- ity of meats, inclndiiiir Young Lamb Smal! Yes! Turkey, Goose, Duck, Chicken and liulter Cranberries our sat isf'act ion is our pleasure. To our hundreds of friends, pat rons and fellow" cit i- A Joyous Christmas and Happy New Year OXK of the available l.'arada, and a source of reveatie to the is her t-'OTiulantv as a summer resort, h ha.- beet; that twelve mnhon doPurs spent ariruallv in Maine by tourists. Tliis is i-l'.', advertised, 'and famous as a place where weary mortals may rest, where the may fish, and the huntsman when '.'anada known to the people of tile Kepuiilic. who, ,f make up the bulk of ;he -ammer travel, "millions of dollars will the more the more they wan: to h more and more a fact, that every man. woman, and child should have, at leas: once a year, a holiday-- a loafing season. Hver, Hetty lireen, the richest woman in the world, takes a holiday every year and back t" the -mr.le i'fe in tiie woods-- loafs and Sounds in -he little to'.vn in Xew where the people are ijimmr. original and iioiiest; tp.e creeks are clear, and the skies biae. And the hearts of tiie people kind and true: Folks that are livm' in the country The Lake of Bays is far the lake in the Huntsvilie District. From the deck of the "Iro.jiiois" or ".Mohawk" can be seen some inland scenery Tiie wooded hills billow away in every direction, not a nuiLfri. inhospitable shore always, lor here and there are wide open reaches runr.irijj down to tiie lake and sometimes away hiLlh the hills are line farms, from which the lakeside hoicis draw new garden truck, fresh butter, buttermilk and sweet cream for the summer There is a ten-mile sail across the Lake of Hays, but many an enthusiast has taken off his hat before he lias reached the half-way island, and named her ijueen of Lakes as she smiled up at the blue sky. her emerald island teweis upon her ouiet breast. The very tree-- that top the that surr. -und her shores' seein to the 'Ihe natural charm and of this section are making friends year by year f. >r the Ihmtsvilie I.iistrict. of which the Lake of Bavs is easilv the chief charm. gently and ;nk. sheltering groves j.eii evenness running dowi; to the water whi' h we -et ses of open held- bev.ui'd. reaches oj beaches, where bai'e> tan bathe in sai'etv; cunning h; tle_ c-tta-es, summer houses, the white church, the schooihoijse. tiie and tiie I n.-i juois" in the tiiat is but a faitit hint of a picture of this beautiful Hay. Dwi-ht Hay is its own best advertise- ment. "1 lie fa., t I the first visitor to i velv new resort came twenty years irom a certain city in the State of New York, went home happy, came and eai h year from the same section of that interesting state, speaks well for the Lake of Hays and for Hay m particular. Tiie Hay. walled m on tiiree sides, is as safe for the a- the si.all' bea. h is tor bathe: s, Tlie opening in riii- riptiou describes :he scenes to the north at the head of the Hay. i >n tiie west shore dark-wooded mainland rises abruptly, while ihe river comes sm-in- in _ from the east. Sail aroimo the and there will remain with vou ;he mcm.orv of "point. Point Ideal Britannia, and more still, Dwi-h: Hav. tlie Heau'iVui. If course tiie people been comin- to the Lake Hays fora -ood many years as they have to the Mu-koka liistnct. but ui.ti! I'.MiS there was not sufficient accommodation to attract a -reat number of the best class of tourists. Last year a beautiful hotel called the Wawa was built at Norway Point U'awa is for Goose." and as the wild -ee-e -y> north in summer, so the tourists i'etake themselves to the Highlands of 'Ontario and to the U'awa. the proposition came up to build i-eautifu! hotel at Xorwav Hoint. where tiie beach spreads out on the slcepin- shore, the Grand Trunk repre- sentatives predu ted liiat t hey would be able to rill the hotel the first season, and with that promise ,r prediction, the was cotnmenced. To the surprise Of the promoters and the builders of ;he hotel. liie "house was tilled, not. the tirsl season, but the first month it was opened. During month of [ur.e three hundred applicants were turned auav, representing ferliaps five hundred people. In jus-iticatioii of tiie assertion at the opening of this article, that the more summer we have, tlie more people will come, it is to know tnat the new -pemn- a new pleasure land in the Hi-hlandx of (Infirio has actually helped the older resorts iti the Muskoka District. Hundreds who were unable to find rooni at the hastened to secure aecom- at the R..va! Muskoka. and other older hotels in the wei'-known distru The District affords every variety of scenery. The calm o! t he romantic and ru--ed n.ouiitainous of i loilow tile tine and scenerv of Lake of Havs. and. the t.ict beauty see only an mruirnera! 'lc company of angels and cherubim. How often the >ouj thai is fri-iitene I ial