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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HTh'BRIDQE DAILY HERALD. tATURDAY, JULY 17, I Ml. NOBL.E ON THE NEW LINE 17 MILES NORTH-WEST OF LETHBRIDGE-IN SIGHT Of LETHBRIDGE, MONARCH AND BARONS. NOW ON SALE PAQItSVIN ROCKY COULEE WELL SETTLED AT THE OFFICE OF CLARESHOLM ALBERTA NEW POTATOES ON THE I2TH O IN THE FOOTHILLS Queen's University and College Sgjffi ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOGY MEDICINE SCIENCE (Including Engineering) Students regiitering for tte firit before 1909, -complete the without For write the QEO. Y. CMOWN, B.A., SAD FATALITY NEAR DUNNVILLE, ONT. Dunnville, Ont.. July Arori Anger, aged 21, met death in Dunn- ville township today. He and his nephew, Arthur Anger and Harry Dickson were drawing iu a load of hay when part .of the hay slid off and Anger and a fork went with it.. The handle of the fork struck the ground first and before it fell Anger alighted on it, the upturned tines entering over the heart and under the arm. The tines penetrated the heart and lungs for five -inches. His compan- ions pulled the fork out but Anger died without saying a mord. SCHOOL OF MINING A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE AffOuted to Qtteens Uatbcrdfy KINGSTON, ONT. Fot TSM fOUJOWISG COURSES ARE OFFERED L POUR COURSK FOB DEGREE OF EL THRBR TKAKS' COUR5B FOB DIPLOMA. fc. Chcmlrtry ud MlBcrate Chemical f. k. Health. A BALLOT AMONGST THE MINERS (Special'to The Herald.) Granum, July Co'ule settlement is about ten miles o Granum. 'All the land is settled on The crops in the .district are .firs class. One section in this settlemen sold for over forty dollars an acre this The land throughout is over half broken up now and in a couple of years it will all be broken up and under" crop. Noble Pendergast, of Rocky Coulee, purchased a quarter of school land at the sale in Macleod in June. Already he has broken eighty acres on it with horses. He will work it up and seed to spring wheat. Wm. McNarland, of Rocky Coulee, celebrated the twelfth of July by hav- ing new potatoes for dinner. He has 100 acres of crop, of which is the best he ever saw. It is all spring wheat over three feet hisrh and head- LOCAL NEWS The Lethbridge Daily Herald is now on sale at the People's Drug Store in North. Ward. S. S. Dunliam, and two child- ren left yesterday afternoon on a trip to Banff and Seattle. Mrs. C. A. Little ami children leave on Monday for a two months' visit ;o Vancouver. F. Booney has received the con- tract for V. Mayer's new residence ou Mecfcay St. ing out. About six steam or gasoline plows have been plowing in the settlement London Eng., July Miners this season. In about two .years this part of Al- berta will have no room for break- ing plows for it ;will be all turned Confederation of Great Britain after a prolonged meeting has decided in favor of balloting it's million mem- as to whether or not a strike shall be declared in support of the Scottish miners, who are resisting a wage reduction of six pence a day. The ballot will completed be- fore July 27. upside down and there will be no more prairie to break. But the steam and gasoline plows will have plenty of work plowing stubble. Trinity _, School for Healthy aitw. _ 1. -T-. tion- Fireproof School Bsswpu7. Port Itope. (tat ing Rinks, etc. Boys prepared for the Universities, Royal Military College, and Business. Special attention givea to younger boys. Next term begins Tuesday, Sept 14. a For Calendar all information apply to ike ffetKhnaster let. OSWALD JUCBT, E.A. PORT HOPK. QNT. The patrons of this yard are increasing daily They have the Largest Stock Best Grades Lowest Prices Give this yard a trial. You will then be one of those who are permanent patrons South Alberta Lumber Co. J Oily YjrJ south of Hlissn's Mill In The Summerview Around Summerview and west the crops are all locking .'Sne. The fall wheat is headed out. Spring wheat and oats are good. Considerable breaking has been done this year. The country js- settling fast and-the land raising good" crops as "well as raising considerably in value. Mr. Drury has some fine fall wheat well in head and a height. J. Scott, of Summerview, has been breaking considerable prairie with his steam plow. A large area has also been broken- with horses by the var- ious settlers of Summerview and west. W. Bunt, of Porcupine j the at Granum celebration for his, very fine span of heavy draft mares. The government has promised a bridge at .Goat's Crossing of the north Fork of the Old Man river about four miles from Cowley. It is a great need and the settlers hope to have it in time to market their fall wheat. Grain While Granum farmers were busy celebrating their two. day's holidays their crops kept on growing into dol- lars just the same. Soon the hum-of the binders and the whistle of the threshers will be heard all around j and long into the winter Granum far- I mers busy marketing their golden' grain and depositing their big in the bank. Joiin M: Miller, editor of the Gran- um Press, deserves credit for the neat newsy paper which he is publishing. -It is another healthy sign of Grac- um's growth that it has such a first- class weekly which is deserving of liberal patronage of the Granum peo- ple. Mr. Davidson is superintendent of the mechanical department, and -expert who deserves much of the credit for the excellent press work of the Granum Press, In the 'settlement.' about twenty miles northeast of Gianum.the crops are good. The spring wheat is all right and heading out. The corn is" looking good and in the silk. Spring wheat in. new ground is three feet high and just heading out. J. W. Jones who lives about "eight miles east of Granum, measured his spring -wheat two weeks ago when-, it measured 28 inches high. Tt has kept on. growing sine and has headed out. This is the fourth crop on the same land and has never been sumnier- fallo'wed. The town council has now a fine chemical fire engine. Another is ex- pected to arrive in a few days. The accommodation at the two large Granum hotels was taxed to accom- modate the large crowd attending .the sports C. E. Raymond, 'who lives about ten miles northwest of -Macleod, .reports all the crops in his district as good. The spring wheat is just heading.out. Mr. Parirault has ;.ibbut 100 acres of fall wheat which was -in early and did well. On the farm recently sold by Mr. Markey, near Macleod, are 160 acres of grain all good fall wheat as well as- spring grain. iMr. -Raymond con- i siders thhe crop this year the best he has ever seen and he has been here for five vears. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Me C lure arc ill Winnipeg taking in the Exhibition. Twelve carloads of stackers' passed through Thursday for the Knight Su- gar Co. of Raymond. Balcouski Woolinger of Manitoba were the ship- pers. Dr. and Mrs. Lang of Taber arrived on the local yesterday afternoon and will visit here a few, days with -R. P. and Mrs. Wallace before proceed- ing to Vancouver where they will in future reside. J. W. Martin, Dominion Inspector of land offices, left on Saturday last for the Peace River country where? a new land office is being opened up with a territory as from Red Deer south to the boundary. .The British and Colonial Photogra- phic Co. have removed to larger quar- ters in the Whitney Block. This com- pany has done a great deal to show both residents of the city and out- siders the beauty spots of Lethbridge. Mr. Canning, the manager, is always on the spot when-photography can do anything towards advertising' the city. H. D. Ingersoll, M. D., of the Schei- del Western X-Ray Coil Co., Chica- go is in the city and has just complet- ed the installation of one of his ma- chines in one of the leading local phy- sician's office. This machine is ack- nowledged by medical men to be the best made and as this is one of the three that have been installed in Ca- nada it speaks well for the progressive spirit of the local doctor. X-Rays and electro Thereputics are now rec- iognized by .the laading physicians of the ivorld as one of the greatest ad- juncts of medical science the world has ever known. A machine of this description is not confined to making of pictures for the examination of frac- j tures or dislocations but is used in the treatment of most of the so- called in curable diseases. Its field of usefulness which like other things has its limit, is growing wider every day, through scientific research. Dr. IngersoITs firm are the largest exclu- sive manufacturers in the world. The Doctor had no hesitation in sayine that the machine he is installing in the city is the best known to medical science. I ONLY E5 LEFT jOUR LOTS ON WESTMINSTER ROAD ARE SELLING HvST- IN, QUIRE AT ONCE. PRICES AND TERMS RIGHT. GALVIN HATFIELD Room 4, Imperial Bank ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write to- Ludtke Waddell J. ACTON Real Estate and Investments. Stocks Bonds Money to LG Room 3, MCDONALD BLK. In a head on collision between two passenger trains on the Chicago and Eastern Illinois road, near Royal 11- linoiSj this: morning, three pasengers were killed .and several others 'are reported badly injured. A complimentary banquet will be tendered Hon. Mr'. Pugsley, Minis- ter of Public Works, and Hon. Ghas. Murphy, secretary of state, by the Xiberals of Vancouver on Tuesday ev- ening next. S OUR STOCK OF SWEATPADS, WHIPS, BITS, BRIDLES, HAL- TERS, AND OTHER ACCESSORIES IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN THE CITY. WE WANT YOU TO ;FIND OUT WHETHER THE PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. A. EASTON Nest to A. Macdonald Co. Beside Hardware J Lethbridge New Dayton We arc always (o famish estimates SPLENDID CROPS AROUND SNAKE VALLEY Crops in and around the Snake Valley, which is about fifty north of Lethbridge across the Little Bow, are splendid. There was not very much winter wheat sown, but the acreage of spring wheat is great- ly increased. It is. looking splendid and. a -traveller through that district said that there was nothing bettor in the south. Tlicn> has been plenty of rain and no hail. On Saturday a grand .picnic will bo held at Harmony scnool. Thc-re will bci two bnsi'ball licit] Hill vs. Thigh Hill and Clovc-rvillo vs. Snake Vnllc-y and other sports. Don't be in a Hurry BUT THINK FOR A IS A GOLDEN OPPOR- TUNITY FOR YOU. ACREAGE PROPERTY SOUTH OF FAIR GROUNDS AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE AND ON EASY TERMS. TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY IS TO MISS THE BEST YOUR LIFE. THINK THIS OVER. A. M. MATULIS FEAL ESTATE Room 4 Bryan Block ;