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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta l> July We have a complete stock of all kinds of building materials r MONEER Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 Yirdi N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Cannangay Barons Kipp Jet. SIR WILFRID LAURffiR, THE STATESMAN CONFIDENCE IN Continued from Page 5 Ada for half is not jThe friendly frankness of her speech, the present intention, especially as 'the accuracy of her comment, the the task has so admirably, per- j shrewd the justness of her opin- fformed 'by Mr, Willison; fout rather to ions, especially .upon aiie conduct pro- give a view from near observation of jper to women is a refreshment, the; person' of a great and faithful ser-1 more, especially when it is heard in vant of .the people of Canada, and of j so, high a quarter. Lady Laurier the British Crowiv j would model premier in a par- But no expanse of .writing can con- jliament of women, though I fear the vey a complete, ;idea of ihis humorous deliberations would not be very pro- face, his expression which -is more than quaint and not quite whimsical, his old-world way of standing and longed. The French have a word, bono- home, -that is, a person -wKo is in pos- moving, nig gentle' courteous .bearing, I session of bonhoinmie, which is a hig affable, complaisant winsome manner, which may_. all be slimmed up in the word, debonair., ;Lady Laurier is no less interesting a-figure than her husband. She gires one the impression of being in her own. home entertaining neibhbors. Trinity College School SdMri tor toys Health j sitoaa on '.Build- ing- j mixture of good nature, honesty., hum-, or, Trfsdom and simplicity. Such a person. one may sometimes7 see sit- ting by his door in the evening of his life, having done good in his time, and quietly rejoicing in his labor. I should say that this term, which was once" applied to him toy Mr.Thomson, more- accurately thpTi any other de- fines Sir Wilfrid. A'NDREW MACPHAIL. large .GyinnasitLm, ingTlinkiL etc. Boys for the TJmvttsities, 3CHtuy College, and Business. giyen to yottoger boys. .ITexfrttem begins. Sept mnat on Sept 13. kn. OTHAUI nan. H. A. m. POUT OKT. The salary of offered to ex-President Roosevelt by C. W. Post of -Battie Creek, Michigan, to head a "new labor organization, is not a joke. Mr. Post is not ouoly one of the w-ealthiest men of the nortwest, but he "is also one of the most energetic, meaning .what he says and saying what he -means, with extraordinary earnestness, freedom and fearlessness C L I School of mining A COLLEGE OF ATPUDSOENCI "to. KINGSTON, ONT. CMMter Ite Ml CMI CnfiitMrinfl Enginwkring Publie THE COUNTRY People Around Kinnon- dale Building Homes Celebrated the 4th Kinnondale, July Fourth was celebrated by games and sports at Robinson's Ranch. A large crowd was present and enjoyed the day A tug-of-war 'between Sweet Valley and Bow City, and an exhibition of broncno busting formed interesting portions of the day's sport. A number of people 'Went to Has- sano on Saturday, to-see the circus and xeporc having a good time seeing the elephant The trustees of Kinnondale district will dispose'of -their debentures at an early date, and proceed with the er- ection of a school house, so as to' open: the school at an. early date. J. C. aicKinnon has erected a new- store, and celebrated-the occasion .by having a dance on Wednesday even- ing, -which was pronounced by many to have sheen the best yet. Visitors from other parts, say that this district-'has 'been favored with more moisture than any other be-: tween the Bow. Break- ing is still in progress in 17-19. "While the crops are a failure, many fields will cut excellent green feed. The new school house in Mrst Chance district in Tp. 16-18, is Hear- ing the, school will probably open 'about August 15; Messrs. Harry Bailey, and Geo. Paul went out to Brooks the other day to loofe for as there is nothing do- ing around this part -U'i T. B. Hodge returned from Purple Springs, where he has ing lor the past six months. The number of new houses erected in this vicinity during the past few months, shows a great confidence' in the country, despite the unfavorable season. Scarcely a vacant Quarter section remains for miles around; Among those whose houses are-near- ing completion'are Messrs. Coleman, Sweetman and Couch. A local improvement district, ihclud ing parts 17-19 and 1G-19, has been and as the farms are fenced up, the roads will ,be put in good shape, which will be a very de- sirable thing. It is to be hoped that other townships will follow suit Mr. Harry B. Howson, auditor for the Western and British American Insurance companies, "Toronto, died in Ogdensbufg, N1. Y. SETTLERS ARE ALL OPTIMISIIC IS. MacKenzie Makes Trip Through the North Packard's "Mon-Ami" Quick to put to Slow to lose; its lustres-Sheds duct and Softens and preserves the leather. In BlackandTan forihen's, women's and children's shoes. The bin 10c box of its kind on the market. I can recommend it- Try it. AT Alt T. S. MacKenzie returned Thursday with' Mrs. McKenzie, Miss McKenzie and' has Alton McKenzie, frbin a two days'lauto trip during '-which- they covered practically the .whole farming "territory noni.of the city of .Letbfbridge and south of the Big Bow river. Mr. McKensie says there practically no crop Tin the country over which they travelled ibut.he was surprised to find ;the people feeling so good and optimistic. Throughout the trip they did not run.-foul of a single family suffering and from what he said' he does not believe there ;will -be any suffering In, that large district next winter In spite of the loss of crop. A number of people, however, will not ihave seed sufficient to re-sow their land. He .believes the machin- ery should immediately 'be put in mo- ition for government aid in the mat- ter of of seed Never before, jsays Mr. McKeaiie, has so much or such good" work been, done fcy the farmers in that district as has :been done this year. They seem all .to have -made special ef- fort to .put the land in the very best- condition .possible, with the purpose of getting the 'Very best results, an- other year, and. they have consequent- ly a great -deal more money than they otherwise done.- iefore In the face of a .-bad crop has he seen such a hopeful'peo- When in Vancouver be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCQNA Tne best middle price.d hotel in the city D. BURTON and J. B. JACKSON Props. pie. They are hanging on like a dog to a bone and are going to dig in harder than ever ibeiore. Any-cour- tesy that.can be shown to these peo- ple, he says'; "-by the merchants and of this locality will be amply repaid. Speaking of the big irrigation, can- als of the Southern Alberta Land Company Ltd., which they visited, Mr. McKenzie it is a. mammoth Between three and four hundred men and teams are working on the big. reservoir, in Snake Valley, which is to. ib'e called ..This reservoir, which is "over twenty miles long and will hold sufficient .water to. irrigate'between three hun- dred thousand acres of land without refilling, will .be completed in two or three months and ten or twelve miles of the main canal on this side, .of it are already finished ready to re- ceive water. He'hardly thinks the people realize: what a benefit .such a large body of water is going to be to the north country apart its irrigation qualities. PASTOR'S DEATH IN 'A TORONTO HOTEL Toronto, July John Coch- rane. Presbyterian minister, from Ed- inburgh, on -his way out to the mis- sion field near Calgary, was tound dead in the cellar of the Grand Union Hbtel this morning. The cause of death was heart failure. He form- erly had a church at Webb wood, Ont, for a short time. He leaves a wife in Scotland. The body was found at the "foot of: the elevator shaft Mr. Cochrane left Webbwood on May 24, re- ceived a call to Calgary. He. returned to Toronto, and put up at the Daly House. It is reported that he had: ibeen ejected- twice from the Grand Union. Mayor Geary-proposed a scheme to enlaiffe the Grange property at Tor- onto i'or park. purposes. FRUIT Many, are buying fruit from us. Are you? -Quality is A 1 "and prices are 'the lowest Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTARAS BROS. Oddfellows Block, 3S3 Round Street HURRY Be On The Special Car HURRY HURRY Be On The Special Gar THE TOWN OF RED CLIFF OPPORTUNITY The future Manufacturing Centre of Western Canada Situated 6 nules west of Medicine Hat on main line of C.P.R; Business men of Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, Winnipeg, Moose Jaw and Lethbridge have purchased 500 lots during the past week BUY NOW LOTS ARE GOING FAST BUY NOW WHAT WE IN THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE 1. At least two addi- tional factories increasing tne number of employed to 900. 2. Schools and churches 3. A complete telephone cystem. 4. Graded streets and a sewer system. Come to .our office and see photographs of all manufacturing plants WHAT WE WANT factories .to supply the endless number of every day necessities de- manded by this great virgin field. A high class hotel man, contractors, stores and shops of every description. Hardware, farm imple- ments, livery, hats and clothing, millinery, bar- hers, doctors, lawyers, newspaper and -everything needed in a city which will number 2500 inhabitants before some of the sleepy ones know we're on earth. Are YOU awake to this Opportunity1? The Company has spent in providing every requirement of a modern municipality and work for 300 people before a lot was placed on the market. Lots now on sale. Prices from to Special car will leave for Redcliff to-night (Saturday) at 12.30, returning on Monday. Free transportation. If you wish to see this manufacturing city call at our office, or ring up phone 1034 Sole Agents L. S. RIPLEY CO. Room 8, Macdonald BIk. Lethbridge, Alberta ;