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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. .January THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as much o as you like. You-.will fail "to find anything that offers, o very thing considered, as attractive, a buy as FAIRMONT. Come in'and talk It-over. F. C. Lowes Co. North titurkari Life Atturanct Ca., London and Accident PhoartlK Ltd., of London. AT--Calaary, Edn-.onUn, LETHBRiDGf, High Nanton, Modern houses; all sizes and in all local- ities; easy cash payments; long terms. See us before buying. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK, LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lots west side Blook 128, closa Lo Courtlaad St. ?420 each. Easy terms. lots weat Block 323 running south from lane; only each; 1-8 cash; 4 and S mos. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block BUDGET OF NEWS FROMCOUITS L'outrs, Jan. Since the hi .the severe weather of the past two weeks, sleighing is good and all of on run- ners are to be seen about the country. Old- timers aeaert that never1 were t litre scon so many eleighs in town be lore, and that it is very seldom that tin? country has had the long en- ough to eniure good running. Inci- dentally, business during the past two days has been exceeding good. Near- jy every- settler IB now in buying pro- visions to replenish -his depleted iar'l- er. 1-Taiik Tabor, from the vicinity of tho police station of 1'end O'Reiile. 53 miles eastward, left yesterday morn ing for his cattle ranch, what pro- visions he could stow away in a spring In Mars Davis establishment, has completed arranrc- for tfle erection of a house oa ills claim ten miles out of town. 'l he Great Northern Hallway Co. is plannliii; to erect 'a freight warehouse iiear the track Jn Sweat Grass. The dance' on Saturday, January 2' FINE POULTRY SHOWATMAGRATH ly 4 corner lots on Torrance Ave., Si'iOO. .2 corner Jots in 152, L-o casli, balance 4 and 8 months. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. 538 artist. An average tizefi awd attend- j ed the 'lance. Mr. and Mrs I'M. Karete, alpo .lack Karels, vere in from the West Uuttej country on Saturday. owing 'to the scarcity anil the prohibitive price of what lit- ne can lie 'obtained the firm of Mars Ai Davis shipped into Six: Grass a tiu.uuy pound car of Minnesota corn. This will be used to ijeeu cattle during tne winter. '.Villlfiin O'liare made a short bur: ness trip to hetiibrldee the first of week. A son was bora ,'ssl week at -riie poultry was bridge to the wire ot h'cter Jtlntrbldc. A boy a as also, just arrived at the of It-The Prize Winners The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE CAIE Furnished Home aad seven loU, facing eatt on William St for wagon. It took Mr. Tabor three days nome of Georjo Travis, ills Weeds to make the journey to Couus, and he intends to'sper.d about the same of. time on the journey homeward. He is one ot the pioneers of Western Can atla, having enlisted in the Mounted police service in ttie year 1SS5, at the time of the well remembered Indira rebellion. After serving the govern- ment eight years as a police offi'cer in say that he Is highly elated. .The two'Misses Thiillps are at pre- sent engaged at the A. It. it i. dining tiall. Miss Delia Drake, who ner position there recently, returned on Tuesday to the home of her parents at New Oayton, Alia. Proprietor W. C. CaurLers, of the international Cafe, is filling his cold the trackless prairies of Saskatchewan! storage plant with ico fraia the Red We want your farm loans. M on short notice. A few bargains section tracts THE 0. W. KERR GO. O. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager onev in s in Good Lots each-3 lots Bom- pas, _ facing north., 1-3, 0 and 12 mos. G per cent. each-2 lots bk. 120 each-3 lots blk. 121 facing east on each. 2 lots, close London.'' A snap. S950 each, 3 lots, Glyii: street, near Courtland. 31200, 30 ft. Cut- bill' street. Fin- est building site in .city. 3 "lots. Oat- bill; close in. 22, Ash mead St., jfac- ing east, ea. must act The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd and 7th St. A. M. DowsJcy. J. B. Mulhern AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Co. Pacific Coatt Frre Int. Co. Alliance Fire Insurance Co. Grsnd Trunk Pa. Towniites Houses For Rent month, three room shack. Ava'pn; newly papered Close in. month, 6 room house, Brunt011 Stf (7th Are.) monih, 5 room, new cottage. month. G room cottage, full, mod- ern. -Burdctfc (Sth month. 6 rooms over store, mod- ern. Eedpjuh. (3rd .Ave.) month, 6 room 110use. modern, on Briinton St. (7th Ave.) rS30 month. 5 room bungalow, mod- ern. Cut bill Street (10th St.) The Dowsley- McMillanLandCo. Sherlodc Building FARRELL GETS ?50.000 A YEAR and Alljerta, during which time the In- dians were moat active in pushing stol en horses from one eide of the "line'.' to the. .Mr. Tabov settled down to and has seen tne coiin-i try gradually ch'ange trom a fenceless! hunting ground into a rich farming dis- trict. Ur. G. Plnhorn, district stock-in- spector and veterinary for the country east' of: here.' with Headquarters at i'end U'KelHe has just left Coutts af- ter a trip to Letnbrldge. New quart- ers for the veterinarian are being'es- ou tiie line, directly, across irom the Peml O'Reiile. 'barracks. The latter place is on .Milk Kivcr, aud Uie :iiew station-will be about twenty miles rrom it. of the stock..which ar-; driven across the .line from Montana win enter Canada at that port. Kiver at the Tennant ranch. COMMERCIAL CLUB AT SWEET GRASS .Majgratb, Jan The third mid- winter poultry show of the Magrath Society was held in the! town --hall .last reek. J'rsn exhibition' this yeer baa eri the sanguine expectations of- tne directors, anil was by far the best' mat ever bwn held here. one hundred and- eighty-five' entries were made, including chickens, geese, ductcs, turkeys, pigeons and rabbits.: or a. high being of pure breeding. Some excellent rabbits were also on display i AH tte cUsaes were fined with1 oiras, arid tiie attracted a great t number of peope. 1 J-J. Kl. Barker was the judge, and said, after he tad completed Ills tnat be had never seen a better col- lection of 'in his life. The show demonstrates' the fact that .the ner. is gradually gaining favor with we of southern and mat .an .interest is being aroused in ting interesting and profitable branch of agriculture." The directors of the society, partic- ularly the secretary, .Mr'. Men are deserving of the greatest possible credit for bringing the show to such a successful .termination. Tne prize-winners as follower Langs hans J. iJ.-kirie, 1st and -Jnd. iiirie, 1st; B. Ride, 1st and 2nd. J. U. Jet, 'Jnfl and Si Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. offering An f or sa Plymouth Recks tarred Kock J. Johanneso'j, Sweet. Grass, .-Jan. Sweet Grass Commercial Club came into ex- istence last Wednesday evening, Jan- uary IS, and the fifteen men who sign- cd up as members, along with several otnera prrisent, who expressed iheir In temion 6 er started of the problems which are CDtifrontins: 2nd: Ririe, 3rd. the citizens at'this time. Tne follow- ing permanent officers were elected by After a week spent in the cities of j acclamation: Clark CoUks. president. Letnbridgc and Great Kails, ChasJ g. wiiimins, vice-president; W. F. Dawsbn has returned to Coutts', and is uerry, secretary-treasurer. On the f-joinJng-the organization Kayinon'rt, 1st; Ueo. Thompson, snti; fl resolutely to work or. some! a. HiHe, 1st; J. Johannesour Johnanrtesen, 1st; J. B. rte, Hirie, 1st; Scarle: preparing to return to his stock ranch some fifty miles east of hero. 'After-having- been forced.lo remain in Coutts for aevernI days because of of the cold weather. W. P. Connors, who lives just across..Milk River some 15 miles east of here, returned to hii Homestead last week. Samuel .Mitchell, .of Sweet Grass, is assisting the firm of Hall .t in taking an inventory of their mer- chandlse. frank ColHtoii returned to his homo stead..thirty-jive miles to r.he east of Coutts, after several days' sojourn nere during the cold weather. Paul Audet is ens-aged in hauling nay t'roni the railroad station to nte che ranch. TJie feed is for cattle. -Mr. and airs. Jos. Staples visited! Lnoae pre3ent Uiat Ot lots on the the market each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation OK lit and 2nd. fark. gtrden El- 1st'and 2nd'. Tassel Ist-ajid motion of Dr. Henry Heaupre. that a committee of three be .ipnclnted to look Into the condition 'of the roade leading out or Sweet Grass, and draw- Tip a petition to be presented to the Teton county at their next session in order thai action might be taken immediately. Chair- man Collins appointed T. p." Johnson, ijr. Beaupre, and M. E. VVilliatns, tiie.trio who should undertake tliia im- portant mission. IL was pointed out that, at present, ii Is pracically possible to set into Sweet by rrom the neighboring and that ttio lack'of properly ed roads was retarding White T._ Spencer, 2nd. T. Spencer, tlnd. Bui'f A. Johei, Raymond. 1st. Buff A.Jones, Raymond, 1st and L'nd. Wyandottes tt'nite A. Jones. 1st. White A. Jones. 1st. Black Jones, Lethbridge. ISt. Golden Johnannesson, 2nd. Golden Johnannesort, let: H. A. Jones, 2ud. partridge Jones, 1st. and A. Jones, Srd. red Ellingson, and 2nd. White garden Ellington, 1st Dark garden 1st and Miscellaneous Bantam black 1st. Bantam brown B. Ririe. 1st. Brown cocnin B. Ririe, 1st and 2nd. cochin B. Ririe, lit White cochin B. Ririe, 1st Buft cochin B. Kirie, 1st. TurKey, bronze, 15. Ririe, lit. 2nd and 3rd. TurKey, bronze, ist, 2r.d and 3rd. PeKln duck, T. concGnau, of opinlcm ot i-c-tbbridge the first of the week. i Distant hoinesteadars in during the week tc purcbase aupplies are .1. R. HiacKrr.erc, Philip Wolvershine. Albert tuples, Caas. Thomp- son, hlugn Adams. Wm; Peters. Bert Congian and A. A. 'Murphy. j Hnrrjr yr.lnn, of Milk Kiver. wasl nere on Tuesday purchasing horsos. j Deputy-Collector of Customs C. F.! has returned from thje Alham-' bra spring, where he has been rec ins treatment Tor tne past few very much improved in health, and is again at his duties in the customs o'- tice. Sueritf Kenneth AlcKsnzie, of Tetor. county, was in Sweet Grass on V.'cd- nesisiy and Thursday on official IJUEI- aess. and -Virs. Peter Wagner have just returned from an extended to the coast, or J. L.. Peacock, a well-known ol the Northwest, was cere on Thursday. est immediate needs ot the community] was a resident doctor. It was point- ed our. tbat there was a op- portunity here for a good man, and ttsat a HtUe advertising was peiaaps all that was necessary to bring one. The secretary was instructed to to men of standing who are Known to be looking for locations. Severn! other subjects were touched j upon briefly, eome of which will be taKen up in detail at future meetings. HIack 1 It was decided to each alternate i 1 Partridge Jones. 1st. Black Jones, 1st. mack Jones. 1st. A. O. Johnanne- 1st and rind.' Buff Jones, 1st; J. Jolian uesson. 1st and 2nd. tJurt l-l. 1st: Hod- ges. L'nd: 3rd. Buf: A. Jor.es, 1st: J. jonanneson, 'Jnd: H. Gold, i'rtl. Buff H. Gold. 1st and A Jones. Srrl. A. .lonee. 1st and 1-L A. 1st: .1. K. Kirie, ltd and Xrd. i Peicin duck, J. K. llirie, lit j and 2nd: T. 3nl. Toulouse J. B. Riris, 1st and 2nd. Toulouse geese, H. Ririe, 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Paris pouter pigeon Elmar Rir> tit Kautall Klmar Hlrit-, IrL Hocier pigeon J. H. Hirie, 1st 1 -'l in (he. parlor of tlu Uncle Sam Hotel. A few of the who claim CouTts as their post office. 3olr.crt tne club, thus makim; it repre scmative of both of the border towns. The fee for joining is the! quarterly dues light. It is tiioujlitj tne membership will reach twenty; lirtlui live or thirty b> the time of tiie uexij tJiack Jones. Is! and 2nrl. White A. Jones, 1st. 2nd and or a. Rhode Islands Kert U. Heap, 1st and A. O. isr. guinea V. pigeon Tiioinpion, Klniar Kirie, Hair Ririe. 1st Jnd; Clyde Spencer. :UxS. Pair Kjric, 1st. GOOD BUY 6 -Lots OIL Sinitk only Terms giren. W. R. Dobbin 7th St. Steuth Leghorns comb white cork- H. A..lone, meeting. m. C. brown II. Bingham, 1st KMtngBon. 2nd. C. brown Elling- T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real and Financial Srokert, Agents Diamond City L T. N. Notary Public, Dlmuoaa New President of Steel Ccrnoration Receive Kaif the Salary of His Predecessors work hovscs wbicli haa strayed nxvay. Kioiinrd Deioy. or -Milk Kiver, Altn., here on Wednesday or. Jmprotar.t New York, Jan. 'Chnr Medioal officers who leavo the aaian naval serrlce at the end or years will he entitled to a grat- uitr of and at the end of five jears to ey. as presidents of the United State: steel corporation received SIOO.'JOO z year, James A. rarrell, the new presi- AlBert I.Mvjs. of northern Alberta. U viMtlng his brother. G. of bv.'eef Grass. Mrs. John Clees. and daughter, have gone to Great Tails. The latter xnil raaergo an operation in tne hospital tnere. It. is announced ttat. J. J. Jar-dm dent. will receive only SSt-.OUO. nas a gasoline engine nnance committee or thr corporatioii is empowered to "ix aurl it was learned today Mr. salary has been placed at jusr or.o-haif of what iris pzowsng outfit. Work win be started next fprtcc on the breaking acres of land licloneins to Joi'ian anf' his sons. u. who is at. presrnl Klltnirson, c. c. A. Jones. 1st: C. white horse: TURIN ITEMS Turin, Jan. G. Arrowsmlthj son( narry Jacobson and wife have gor.ei nhs just purchased David Jarrard's! y, r. to Great Falls for a visit. 1 Homestead. -Mr. Jarrard lias sons ?oj lst Sami'.Pl Young. .1 rancher of the make hie home with a nephew K. c. A. Jones, ata country, was in Hweet Grass' mg in Minnesota. j wecK. He was looking for ft bunch Sargent, ol' Letbbridce, inj Henry Uumphy am: oth-j er'fnenrts ir. the Turin nerEr.boriioou.j Goo. Horgard was not accompaiiiSd oy bis brntner John when he naci; his vacation. II riimor relied upon "there's a reason." i The members of tte Turin literary society win be to debate with the members of the Sundial society any date convenient to both societies. Tflo annual school nwrag was uel( at tae school house list Saturday. U. Green wag re-elected treasurer. Tbej district received a. verjj favorable re-j pon. from the inspector. I Tr.e farmers here and in adjoining! districts are trying to secure a tels-! SWEET GRASS LOSES VALUED CITIZENS Grass, Jp.n. 2o. J. S. rj-.rrton >inrt family took their departa-'j fr-in sr.d Montana, for port. laano. last Monday, Jtmuary 1C The Waddingtoa- Stockey Co. Beg to announce tint they BisolveA .Miss Clara Kdgar. slater of Mrs. Gor-i don. accompanied the family. For thp past three years Mr. Go.-.- baa been coniecred tbe U. S. Customs or- j tics at Sweet. bnt was recently trfinsterred to a similar position in j the service as bead of the office on B. Kl-j International botindnry line .it i Kasrport. The transfer coraes pcrljy a proraorjon. The roafi through K. c. brown .Tones. 1st. K. C. brown Jones, I fit. C. brown Black Black Jones, isr. 1st. JOED, 1st and llci. Jbtm, 1st. Game a war Eiiir.s n, 1st Tassel 1st. horse Kllincsr-n isi -ssr.porf. is connecting Jink be tw-aen two great railroad systems or tne United States and Canada respe-i- Jonep. 1st. uely. There are four paisenger trains Jones, 1st. j dally Uirouga the port, and alto a great amount or mixed irelgat, making the ia the -HAT, GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The buaineta will be on under the firm mice ol B. Stuckey Son, And by Btrict atleatiou to bnslnesc hope to be favored with the patronage given the old firm. BAN ON MUNICIPAL DANCE .Milwaukee. Jan. 2s. TQe Mil- phone line country 'n this or .the! anrf 2nd. red Ki'lingson. Mr. Gordon frag a residsnt ot Teton county since boyhooS. dcrir.g which tlma lie lias beld severs I im- portant positions of trust in the county The residents or Ctioufau. Drouyer snfi Conrad, will '.rith recre! tne famtly nns lit A srronp "f frtenrts ai tho sTji.iloii to orr. i Tae dances were suspeaded during tbe uoiidays. and now- the be- of trie Socialistic leaders coiiio E2cer.i] that tbe dances are entirely carmlftss, but briny together young peopr? under unfavorncrte condi- .-ons. The the "Audi- torium board to take up the and handle them so as to ;