Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ml II 11H 1111 III HI 111 II111II 111 111 i 11111 It I +' III III4 II11111IIIIII Bow Island Latest Townsite On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days, locations are being snapped up. Choice J. Olquist Bow Island, Alto. flllllHIimilllUHI lift II III I llll II Ml IH Mf III HUM III Mil 111 ISEG933 m Of Interest to Women n SOUTH IS PROSPEROUS W. G. Hunt and Thos. Woolford Tell About Conditions in This District A LUCKY WEDDING MONTH � Married in January's hoar and rime. Widowed you'll be before your prime. Married in February's sleepy weather, Life you'll tread in tune together. Married when March winds shrill and roar, Your home will lie on a foreign shore. Married 'neath April's changeful skies, A chequered path before you lies. Married when bees o'er May blossom's flit, -Strangers around your board will sit. Married in month of roses-June, Life will be one long honeymoon. Married in July, with flowers ablaze, Hitter-sweet mem'ries in after days. Married in August's heat and drowse, Lover and friend in your chosen spouse. Married in September's glow. Smooth and serene your life will go. Maried when leaves of October thin. Toil and hardship for you begin. Married in veils of November mist, Fortune your wedding-ring has kissed. Married in days of December cheer, Love's star shines^brighter from year year. RECEIVES Coffee Cake Goes well with apple sauce or baked apples and cream. One cup sugar, heaping tablespoonful beef dripping or butter, half ton spoonful salt, 'yolks of two eggs, half cup strong coffee, two cups bread flour with one and a half tuaspoonfuls baking powder sifted in it. Scant the second raaa* Jly'Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Osma da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in dataMM tastav and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Wantara news, whisk yasv cannot do without. ............................,..........ltO LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Pind enclosed f 2.50, for which send mo Weakly Free Press and Praista Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald �nd Weekly Star, Montreal; and bridge) Herald, for one year each. LETHBRIDGE WHEAT PRICES No. 1 Northern ........................ 87 No.'2 Northern ........................... 84 No. 3 Northern ........................ 77 No. 4 Northern..................... ... 71 No. 5 .Northern........................... 52 No. 1 Northern Kejectod ............ 72 No. 2 Northern Rejected ............ 69 No. 3 Northern llejectetl............ 65 Oats, No. 3 White ..................... 37 WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Jan. 8. Cash wheat, 1 northern, $1.08. 2 Northern, $1.05. 3 northern 98c. No. 4 92c. No. 5, 81c. No. 6, 82c. Feed 1, 52 l-4c. Feed 2, 49 l-2c. ^ Octets: No. 2 white, 48 l-2c. No. 3 white. 44 l-4c. Rejected 36 7-8c. Barley: No. 3, 48c. No. 4, 47 l-2c. Flax, $1.05 1-2. THAT RIOT \ (Toronto Globe) A mob in Lethbridge, enraged by a false rumor, attacked the Chinese quarter and acted with all the unreasoning violence characteristic of mobs. Then it discovered its mistake. In the meantime a few mounted policemen arrived and put an end to further violence. A few arrests were also made, and the offenders were fined the following morning. Mob law must be Bternly repressed wherever it makes its appearance in this country. CHIEF JUSTICE OF N. B. Justice Bcrker �levated-A.S. Whit*. A New, Judge (Western Associated Press.}. Ottawa, Jan. 10.-Justice Barker will, it is understood, be promoted to chief justiceship of the Supreme Court of New Brunswick in plane of Justice Tuck and the Supreme Court will in all likelihood be filled by the apointment of A. 8. White, at one time member of the local government. Cough Caution] MeTW.piMltlwIrnever^Jwnronrlnws. B'ran! coush-�ren trom a dmple cola only-you howl* > always heal, toothe. andeuetne Initatfd knew chlal tube*. Don't blindly nipproM i� wtth S>( stupefrint cotton. It'titran- howjomgwlssai finally com. about. For twenty year. Dr. baa oonttontly warned people not to take Mixture* or pretcriptioni cootalnlns C. Chloroform, or iimllarpoltona. And now- lata though-Couitbm tayi "Put It on tbeJeaaL It potaoni ariln your Couth Mlrture." 0�c*l Very lood 11 HereatorforthUveryreatonrootlMts. andothen. ibould iniitt on bavins Dr. Shoop" Couch Cure. No potion marki on Dr. Boone's lsbeit-end none In the medicine, eue It muettar tew be on the label. And lt'� not only aale. bw* ft ""' "eby thoae that know It best, a tniJ� realign'remedy. Take no chance them., y with your children. Inairt on tevtoeT � Cough Cure. Compare cerafully SW: packace with othcrg and 'note tte>! baaid Juirtlcularlr Shoop' Dr. Shoop --�- ...... -r---..-. .-, - difference. No potion marks there! Yen ... lwayi be on toe safe aide by demanding Dr. Shoop's I Cough Cure "ALL DEALERS" IF YOU WISH TO BUY V ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, liethbridge Sunny Southern Alberta farm lands and lethbridge Property We have a large list. .Everything we sell .is worth the money. Call and see us or telephone No, 182 [akin & Matthews IJd. lethbridge, Mta.