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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, tt, THE HBRHLD'S RERL MARKET The best Steam Plowing Engine made is the Avery. I sell them. Same Old Stand: Southard Block Fine Choice Lots in Duff Addition, to 200 Lots in Alexander Addition to SAMPLES FROM THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM "Dec. 15, 1909. I have received instructions to make a distribution among tho farmers of Southern Alberta of a .lew of the verv best and most productive sorts of grain, for the improveinerit of seed throughout this part.of The sample bags of wheat and. barlev distributed "will contain five pounds each, 'those oT.oats enough in each case tor. at least, one- twentieth ..of an acre. sampie of potatoes will con-tain -three "pounds- Tire following material is available: Winter (a'n improv- ed strain pi .the, Turkey Spring G-entleman, Ro- chester American Wonder, Reeve's Rose, Holborn's Abundance, j [Carman No. 1. Early Manistce and! Vermont Gold Coin. Each household is entitled to one sample only of the above. If wheat is applied for oats cannot be obtain- ed, etc. In addition to a sample of grain or potatoes, a seed- ling trees will be sent to, each house- hold. This will contain 'from fifty to one hundred and we expect to include in the assortment- Manitoba maple, cottbnwood, ash and caragaria (the last is a bodge Applications should be addressed to the Superin- tendent Experimental bridge. be filled .in thai they it is im-[ -portant that applications he made the.-peoplc before the material is exhaust- lecture _ohe gentleman remarked, did not think. these.lectures..were interesting, or I would. have here before.'" v After New Years, '3.0 ' to Dr. Broadus Tells Of Many Interesting Facts Connected With Its History ...Oa Friday- night Broadus, "'Pro- lessor of English Literature in Al- berta University, lectured Central school on Novel." _' A larger' audfence sowed in- l.h.o -Romantic script which proved to butcher's bill. This satire helped in developing the "Realistic Novel." Louis Stevenson-, with his 'treasure-Island, and Anthony that these University., in his Prisoner of Zenda again res early ed. W. H. FAIR-FIELD. Superintendent. (This 'distribution; applies, to all parts'of the province from .Calgarv south. parts farther north-ad- dress correspondence to the Lacombe Experimental the, popularity of Lethbndge. After so been announced later, -.two .more lectures t T T A REGULAR SANTA GLAUS Lots 15, 16. IT; Block 96. each. Lots C and 7, Block -96, eachi Lots 23 and 24, Block 96, each. Easy terras. will' be Dr. Broadus. Novel of which there are took us into "'the "world' "of' romance, and; gave' romance" its' fascinating "form which stakes- ITS' out- of our- world -to one -a. loyal Kal- ian try '-and takes us. into, a pjace MORE "ARRESTS 1ST' COBALT CASE Toronto, hours by moire and more- arrests follow m no doubt many in the. the ore stealing' case: Thurs- avail themselves of hearing these lee- day two arrests were made and tures by a man who" is a master, df, day' eight more'were made, six in his" subject, and has the'ability- .Toronto and two in Cobalt. It took T T T T X T T 'I CHI I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 ______ BLOCK X -H- the-police from nine1 o'clock in 'ohe morning till- in the ai ter- noon to get their men here, and shortly after eight o'clock- Inspector, Lots ara now offered sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by Rail- way and the Railway and Irrigation Co. For prices, terms, blueprints ahd'sSl information call on THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land Co. The Best Buy in the City: A business site on Ford 1 I St., close to Post Office, three lots.25x125, j on easy terms, or cash. 1 R. V.GIB BON Co. -I-I-I-I-I-I-I-H-I-I-I-P keep his audience interestejd from start to finish: Eight lectures .ire yet to be given here on various suo- jects in this series of University is- tension lectures. The tickets for Detectives, Duncan, -received series are only a trifle, and especiallvj from Chief Caldrek, of Cobalt, that so1 considering the educational talue'i two of the many-men who are.beine; of the lectures. i looked for..there had been apprehend- In tracing' the development of 'the Jed. Romantic 'Novel from the time nt' In the police court to-day Wilkinson Elizabeth to that of Anthony Hope, and Littlcjohn appeared-and reserved the lecturer showed'a wide grasp of i election'. Littlejohn. remains in cus- his subject, and selections tody and allowed out on bail-. (few remarks qn ;the benefit of .For- .up' the interest 1 t f t J_ t Ti TjTuTntnTaTi BIG SNAP 6 lots, .choice, five and kalf blocks south of Central School, for half cash. pane laid had f Alberta Ltd. Phone 141 v ROUND AND nove for -1 was In i i i 1 1 i i...i> Yt T NM- his r Two lots on Westminster Road, North Ward, on terms. Three lots on Charles street; on terms. Lot. and on Pine street, Cash-. J t Sec imita was hundi Illinois Alberta Realty Go. 2ntl floor Johnston block: Phone 290. ;Anto das men. But new histo 1- i THE BEST YET Fine imported 1-4 section 3 miles 'from' Barons, 100 imder fenced- House and stable. per acT-e: cash, bal. easy terms. 4SO 1-2 miles from Barons; 305 'acres tinder 300 acres ready for- crop. House, barn, granaries; 2 wells. Price per acre. -Easy terms, on cither crop or rutih payments. Freeman M.acleod and T T JL T 1 centu this for e to it sigh, and i tirs in an cover Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE -P.O.Box T j-. t T A 2360 acre Farm, five, miles from good town, for sale on Crop Paymemt Plan i THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, P. O. Box 254 T JL T t 1 J. T T JL T J. i t A Good Qorner on Buraett Street for Sale, four blocks Union Depot for -X T I T T f 'T The H. Macbeth Agency X T over the. week last..year.. The Grand Trunk for 'the same --week in- creased read or told kept throughout. He gave examples to show 'the ex- travagance of the old authors. Shakespeare felt this extravagance, .but never copied 'it. George Meredith spoke the heroine's real beauties. Arcadia---was writ-ten when in exile and voiced) his disgust'of. the court and its.extrava- The scene .of the story was laid in Greece, and -the -author peo- Lords and Ladies who had lived Sidney's own country. This story was the model for many Some of whom- went back for historical characters -and thus was developed the historical novel. In the 18th century Thos. Leland the "Romance of, the Earl of iry." Then Scott this as his model and his scene a historical for the realization of character. Scott had many imitations. James r all kidney troubles. imitated the fecundity of Scd'tt They begm br bwping kidneyi to flush of all th< Had Weak Back. was the boastful author of- over a novels; mostly of the same pattern, beginnine; with, "A hillside, a dash .of moonlight, and two horse- en." But in George Eliot's Romola a is' struck In the case of the historian and physcologisti Since'than the. historical Romance is more con- cerned with getting its history right in the realization -of character. Gothic architecture In the Sth century was symbolic of mystery and this spirit found expression in fiction: for example in The Cast-It O-f Otran- D -grandfather, heaving a dwp came down out.of his portrait talked. Jane Austen in her sa- old a girl went to live in an old castle and found in diiLv.- hox a faded yellow, manu- Harold Urquliartj 'of Toronto; whoiestry, both social and'otherwise. Ow- fell'from a scaffold work- -to the able manner in which he i-'- ispoke of the benefits to be derived by a house, two .weeks ago, died a.Companlon of tlie Foresters, a night. He .-was-31 years old. j dozen or more ladies; filled in appli- C P R. earnings 'for the second i cation forms, for.membership Bright on week of December increased spot vvtxn. m v at a later date.' 'Mr. and Mrs. Brown ,and..Mr.. Eck'storm very kindly acted as judges of the many, good rep- resentations, awarded the prizes as follows: Best Tuff. Mrs. Mark White...1" Best Charles, Mr. Hen- ry Cockle. Gent's Mr. Gus Neidig. Refreshments were served during the interval and dancing was indulg- ed in until the early hours of the morning, after which everyone went away feeing that they had spent a most enjoyable time. Mr. Ernest Tabrum offic'ated as floor manager. So successful" was the whole affair' that another dance was arranged to take place-on New -Tears Eve, partic- ulars of which will be published very soon. Tickets may be had from members of the committee or from Mr. Tabrum at the Hudson's .Bay -Co. Bed far Days Scarcely Able to Turn Herself. cornea wtfth Bdneys of orcksr irhok Bjitem ed. been troubled with kid- ney tntubk do not know and mwerjr which undergo. Doan's Pilia' for .e acrid ''and poiaooooc impurities ,wkieh collected, thua clearing out .the kidneys, bladder kod urinary piasajsi and caripymg ftway .uric acid, chief erf .from the blood- Mm. Arch. Schnart, "For years I wui troubled, with weak Oftentimw I ia bed for scarcely able to turn myself j, I LATC aWo been great sufferer while" trying pwfona mr household duties. I d'bpton attoni- inf me without a rail and and bui nothiol; Mdmed to do me any good. I TTM about to'giVi wp in despair when my kusbaad iiKruced HS- to try 'D'oan'i Ki'dnty _ Pilk, and after using two boxes I am mow ircC and abta to do iny work. I ara positive Doan's Kidney Pills are all thai you them, I would advise all. kklicicy sufierers to jive a fair trial." Price, 50 cents box, or 3 for at all dealers SF Ths T. Milbum Lim- ited, Toronto. Ont. la ordering specify TELEGRAPH 1C 0. L. MackTeirf and 'W. W." Shafe-f-of Winnipeg, have' bought" acres of fruit lands at -Johnson's Creek, on Arrow Lakes. MackTein is letting; a contract for a residence on a portion of the land he. intends, to. cul- tivate Jiimself. At 12.30, Mesci was brought into the court room at Saskatoon and was sentenced to hang at Prince Al- .bert on Thursday, March 10th. The j'ud'se held no hopes of reprieve and was not inclined to show mercy. la Ms report o! the firs losses for 1909 Fire Chief Broderick places total -loss in. Halifax at S'JO.O'Vi. the Small Honse and Lot North Ward, good terms. A well' located lots in North Ward at each, terms Building Lots on Cntbill Street. Price GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. P. O. Box 1892 Phone 4S7 Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. THE I Form terity OPEN FOR BUSINESS IK THB Whitney Bloek letliMifge Hfberta We buj improred or un- improved '.r.nds for cash and sell to the actual settler with necessary outfit for farming on long time small cash payment. In this way _we give an rceptional opportunity to.. you. the practical farmer! farmer with good outfit, but small capital. WHY DO YOU RENT when you may thus o'btain a farm home of your own. WHY farm so smnll a place when we can help you to obtain adjoining lands. We also can loan you mon- oy, Write, or better still; call and see want to get acquainted. 1 i T T Farni Security Co. -H-I-I-I- -I-H- I i f T I T i i T T t T T J, 20 Best Lots in Duff Addition to Terms Best Positions Goo'd Residential Lots for Sale .at Reasonable Prices Tel. 294 L. S. RIFLE Y Block i T i I J. SNAP: New 2-story House on Brunton Street, 5 rooms aWd fully modern, .will handle, balance- easy. F.L. WHITNEY Co. Leading Real Estate and 414 ROUND STREET Financial Brokers JefereHK liflk of HuntPia! If you're open for a-snap on Weyburn line witliih fif- teen Lethbridge ycm'should'see 9-8-19. AVe'Jl stack our time against yours-any day you say. Tliree hours will do. IMPERIAL DEVELOBPNX; qor, .M Soutli-aM Block. :PJione '35D Clefondse.' T T I j T T i JL AGENTS vfci- ENJOYABLE One of the most successful and enjoyable masquerades of the season was held in the K.' Of P. Hall Friday evening when a goodly number of the Ancient Order of Forresters were 'entertained by their lady companions. knights of old. Chinks, Japanese t. BUSINESS PROPOSITION Three Lots and Good Store centrally situated in North Ward. For particulars enquire 1 dies, etc. ...During .the r' J. i: HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice land 50.00 acres, 4000 1000- as you like it. GOOD -THERMS. We Either Bay or Sell See Us Today I 307 CRAPB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 MONEY TO LOAN I FIRE INSURANCE [II QL I r c. e. BOWHI AGENCY Acadis Building. 2M. 640 acres of -choice land only .three miles from. 200 acres new breaking ready for spring- crop. Good yrater on land. Price for 'quick sale, per acre cash pay- ment and balance one-half crop payments -with interest at 5 per cent. APPLY 7 The Canadian Real Estate Co. 5, Imi fiistt Phone 211 t BliYIRG Ml WttJ I illea i ig dissolved partnership wit E. C. Ludtke, I liave' obtained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL" Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency i Snap; 1 Acre Lot Blk M, Successors to W. R, Dobbin Ground Flo.r Offict: C1RSF fOUTH OF BALMORAL WOTlX ;