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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herild, ,FrWay, February I VOL. 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALT A., FEBBUABV 4 1910 No. Aid. Hatch and his day-dream like a BUCKEYE to make your dreams more vjvid and realestateistic TA8ER Tabor, Jan. free dance was giveii !ji the Tuber opera house on Fri- day night last, and a big crowd came out to eujoy a social evening. This dance was jjlveu by the opera house manager and the Sundal orchestra, to the public for their klud patronage dur- ;u the past year, and the Friday iiiglU dauces will continue hi the same style as heretofore. Bills will soon be for a big masquerade to be held on Feb. 11. The Taber city band played an open air concert In front of the Palm the- atre on Saturday night, and also ren- dered a number of selections between the acts. It is the purpose of the band to give concerts ever} Saturday uight, aud the public should avail themselves of the opportunity to hear them at the Palm theatre. Sidewalks have been laid ou the south side of Hough street east lo Al- berLa avenue, where a crossing has j been put in. This was a much needed improvement, aud greatly improves the looks of Hough street. Mr. Patterson is building a two story house near his blacksmith shop, which j promises to be a first class residence iin every respecf.. j The work on the Pierson livery barn is progressing very rapidly, aad with a few days of nice weather will see it finished. Geo. W. Beane has been hauling lumber out to his homestead, located about thirty-five miles north, and is erecting a bouse and barn which will be completed by the time he has to go on for homestead duties. Three carloads more of pipe for the 1 city water works have arrived and are being unloaded by Fred Christenson.- This makes a total of seven cars al- ready unloaded. Parquharson BoisjoU Contractori for Cedar Fence Ports, Telegraph Poks, Mine and Railroad and Mine P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. 4 t f f M 4 f Premise5 and Increasing his stock, to An Authority Says: "Beer 5s made from pure water and selected materials high in their percentage of nutritious elements. It does not contain caffeine as does .coffee, nor tannic acid which is peculiar to tea. "Beer has always been regarded not only as a popular beverage, pleasing to the taste and refreshing, but as a health-giving food. "One quart of beer contains one-tenth to one-fifth pound of dry substances, consisting of albumen, nutritious salts and extract of malt." 's meet the growing demand. Messrs. Smith and Pallister, renial Drink GET THE BEST ALBERTA'S PRIDE Beer PHONE NO. 554. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting .Co., Ltd. M M M H H M M M M District News MILK RIVER Milk River, Jan. are al- ready preparing for spring work. One of the implement agencies has already, since New Years, sold two steam plow outfits and two gasoline plowing en- gines. This will mean at least acres to be broken by these outfits in 1910. Cattle and horses are wintering fine. They are feeding out all winter, and there is plenty open water for them in the hollows now since the chinook has melted the snow. The Milk River Lumber yards are busy these days supplying lumber to the new settlers in Tp. 2, R. 6, and Tp. 3, R. 7. It is common to see a new settler loading up building material to haul it out seventy and eighty miles east of Milk River and in the country south of Bad Water Lake. The. Herald man was at Milk River the farmer's horses were tied in the livery barn. It was no josh, for Milli River is quite a busy burg with set- tlers coming in for sixty and eighty miles away to the east and from points between. The A. C. Bohrnstedt .Co., of Minne- apolis, own acres of land five miles north of .Milk River and are erecting some fine buildings including a barn 52 ft. by 124 ft. and 16 ft. walls P. A. Leff ing- contract for This company will break up acres at least this year. hotelmen, have opened their large and commodious hotel to the public. This gives Burdctt the best hotel accommo- dation between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, and will be appreciated by the public generally. These men are also erecting a substantial ice house and will do their best to keep their patrons cool during the summer months. In addition to the above-men- tioned there are several other build- ings in course of construction, and the sound of the hammer can be heard from morning till night S. G. Jamieson and son, of Melita, Man., have taken charge of the Stacey Co. lumber yard, ani are putting in a first class stock of lumber. They are, also agents for the International Har- vester Co., and will carry a full .line of McCormick implements. The citizens of Burdett are anxious- ly awaiting the arrival of a local C.P. R. agent to take charge of the office here, and put us on an equal footing with our sister towns. We sincerely hope we may not have long to wait as the business here is growing and we need an agent at once. Our postmaster made a hurried trip to Lethbridge and returned a happier man, bringing with him a bride. The boys turned out to celebrate tie happy event aad were very generously re- warded. They all decided that Mr. Hamilton is a jolly good fellow, ?.nd wish him and Mrs. Hamilton a pleas- TYPEWRITER Visible Writing Heavy Manifolding Perfect Work' Extreme Speed We are also Agents for the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Get 'our prices on safes aud. save money. ant voyage on the matrimonial sea. MONARCH Monarch, Jan. Dash, of has purchased the saddlery business of F. E.-Brown and is now in possession of same. Mr. Dash will, immediately enlarge both the building and stock. F. E, Brown will move onto his homestead in the near future. Mon- arch is losing a good citizen in Mr. Brown and we wish him every success in the new venture. Our Deering agent, Mr. Quick, has his warehouse Hearing completion, and will be in readiness for the spring rush. His family arrived last.week. Messrs. Cariyle Bros, have shipped in a car of horses and effects from Mannernlle, Aita. They have-now a good livery equipment and are doing an active business. R. A. Sharp of Grauum, was in town on Saturday. He will move his family over next week aad open up a paint shop here. Edward Johnson had the misfor- tune to lose two valuable horses a few days ago. His bunch strayed into Mr. Urch's field and getting at the wheat in one of the granaries, two died from the effects ot the over- feed. r Mr. Kuntz orKren, N. D., purchas- ed last week from D. M. Ross a farm oi 183 acres, paying per acre. This is the second sale of farm lands in this district at that price. A number of the farmers are busy working on the land and all report the fall wheat looking good at the present time. C. P. R. agent Meadows has anight operator to relieve him now. The Sun Agency 411 Ford St. P. 0. Box 96 Alta. GEO. TAYLOR Florist GREENHOUSES--650, Bartiett Street, Phone 675 STORE-405, Fed Street, tteae 561 P. O. Box 1353 Fresh Cut Flowers and Plants for All Occasions Bow BOW ISLAND Island, Jan. Smith on a stone foundation. well has secured the NEW DAYTON NOTES New Dayton, Feb. and McPherson who bought the old New Dayton Hotel, are making alterations in the building and .will open up with a large complete stock of hardware. By thus removing the hardware from the general store across the corner they will have more room for their Free Delivery to. all parts of the city The Hlberta Railway and Irrigation .Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track ilie Wberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. the other day-and began a conversa-j of groceries. has of large up-to-date stock tion with a bystander who was and shoes. ting his mail at the post office. "Which Wm- Luscomhe, of Raymond part of the village do you live "Oh I live on my farm." "In what, "Oh, I live out east." "How "Only eighty miles." bought out the butcher business I Whitsel and Watkins. New Dayton people appreciate the improved accommodation and the fine new cars on our passenger trains. The attendance at the New Dayton The Herald man was speechless, for It Doesn't Matter You Whether Eat to Live Live to Eat THE Can Pill the Bill. Everything You Get Here Pleases the Palate Enriches the Blood If we haven't anything you we'll make it if ordered. We always get. there 5n time for supper. moved his family into his new resi- dence west of the church, last week. airs. McCalpin has been on the sick list this week. Eight of the White children have been laid up with measles during the' week. Mr. and Mrs Fuller and Miss Lucille spcit the week-end as the guests of Mr and Mrs John Long A large number of our young people attended the masquerade at Winnfred Friday. J. W. Reed returned from his two months' trip to Toronto on Thursday! Hands Bros, expect to get an office for their machine business between the Qtieen restaurant and Dr. Mill's drug store. Miss Catherine Reed is assisting at the post office. A business meeting was held at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Jan. new im- plement firm is going to open up In town shortly, consisting of Messrs. Collins and Heppner. When the wea- ther will allow it they will build a_ warehouse, and besides handling all kinds of farm implements will make a specialty of Drering machinery. Corporal A. Brown of the mounted police, who has been stationed -here for several years, left for Reglna on Friday last. He will be greatly miss- ed by a wide circle of friends In- Pin- cher Creek and district. As a con- state he had few equals, for he did i.-a duty unswervingly and was no respecter of persons in doing so. The masquerade carnival was billed to take place last night, has been postponed till Thursday evening, Feb. 3rd. By all accounts It is iikely to be well attended. Allen's moving pictures drew good houses at the opera house on Thurs- day and Saturday nights. The Summers Stock Co., With Miss. Beiie Stevenson as leading lady, have a three nights' engagameht at the opera house here, commencing Mon- day night, when "The Lion, and the Mouse" will be presented. Fall wheat is up about an Inch over the ground on one farm' six miles from" here. Dr. Warnock, M. P. P., has been away from home during the greater part of the past two weeks visiting neighboring towns along the line of railwav. i Auction sales are-becoming frequent In..the district at present. One farm- er at Spring Ridge and another at Fishburn are among the number sell- Ing out. Place Your Orders for ....WITH. US. HUME Satisfaction PHONE 289 it 111 school is regular and the scholars are making rapid progress tinder the tui- tion oi Miss .Johnston, Skating parties arc held on the lake just east of New Dayton on the moon light evenings and are enjoyed by a large crowd. The Miami Farmer Co. are biiildini? a large barn on their farm five miles south of New Dayton. Their 1200 acres of winter wheat is wintering well. Miss Dora Drake of Coutts is visit- inc at her home here. Wm. J. Bell, of Bottineau, N. D.. was here a few days ago looking af- ter his farming interests. He will return in June. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong of was visitint: Mrs. McPhcrson last! .Y I Mrs. E. Troeksfad arrived today returning from a visit to her in Iowa. BURDETT Durdett, Jan. your eye on Burdett. during 1910 it has the country to hack it up, and it can not help but grow. Already there is evidence of a busy season in the building line. Mr. Maclnncs s putting a large addi tion to his store and putting in a full line of hardware. H. B. Hunt is enlarging his business The agency for the Lethbridge Laundry Co. heretofore conducted by T. Buck at tlfe Owl Lunch Car, will hereafter be conducted x Scholl at their office 414 .Round St. st south of the Old Herald office. Laundry left with them will receive prompt attention. Lethbridge Laundry Co. IS GROWING There are nine buildings under con- struction here now, and several thus are thus are about to be erected. The Arnold Hotel will be open in about three weeks. Mr. Carroll and Mr. Barger, the not- ed horse dealers, are-doing an extens- ive business In this district at present At a meeting of Wheatland Center Local United Farmers of Alberta, held In the Woodman Hall, Barons, Jan. 26, It was decided to erect flour mill And eleruLor. Mrs. Arnold Is about to have a well drilled near the hotel. The regular'weekly meeting of the Barons Social and Literary Club on the evening of Jan. 26, was the usual suc- cess, there being about one hundred persons present. H. G. Murray returns Friday 28 from a trip to visit his parents in Nova Scotia. Mr. A. D. Gumming and bride return from their honeymon trip Jan. 28. The Vancouver Grain and largo warehouse has just been completed, making the third elevtaor for Barons. Seven carloads of lumber arrived one aay, and some cars come with every train. It requires the Import of several cars of lumber each week to the builders supplied. t G. N. McLean 'i; General Teaming f Phone 1089 f Coal mutt be paid for on j. delivery H-H-I-I-H-M-.M I-H-M-H-'I CO A L Bwt Lump on markit. 14.26 par ton coal, delivered. AddrtM pottcard to Barnw. Mint, Royal F. WACDJNGTON Phon. city Agent, Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED twenty head of-younj work hcnei, to 1450 in i F: I Sale Stables Wood FAIR CONVENTION Edmonton, Feb. annual fairs convention opened this morning with 50 delegates in attendance, and twenty more to arrive this afternoon. The premier, in an address before the'con- vention, said tha government would not decrease the grants to fair were increasing too ra- pidly to permit of continued liberal grants. He would .rather see slower progress in organization. The; con- vention will set dates for-fairs this afternoon. Ring Up 701 when you want DRAYING done promptly and Satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE BOWV1LLE Jan. Evans had the misfortune to be thrown from his horse last Saturday and suf- fered a se-verc sprain of one ankle. Neri Sorcnson jest, returned from Lethbridge. Carl and Plinie Peterson and vhes have moved into what was known as the John Johnson house. L. Tippie sold his farn> to a man by the name of Hyman recently. A meeting was held Saturday to incorporate the cemetery at BowviHe. Shares will be sold. JOINT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS at the MIK Of IDROIIfl are proving to be a very great con Tun i en CG to many of our With these ac- Either of two persons of the household may deposit or withdraw money. Interest is paid on all bal- ances twice a year. In the event of the death of eitber party, the survivor may withdraw the money Capital Reserve Lefhbridgc Branch: T. W. McEachern, Mgr. Furniture, Trunks, J- ;Ctc., taken to any part of the city. J. FIGGIKS nONE W Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.ProprietorB Office next Arcade Phone 1163 ;eCo. .VAX HORN' PROPS. of AH Kinds Coal Delivered Promptly Office, Oliter Biock Telephone 438 ;