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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LOWES Pfcoenu Aisuraac o, Limited of London BIGGEST CROPS EVER HAD. THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH BAIN ON THIS LAND FARM SECURITY COMPANY Ltthbridjpe Be Harvetted cin th. Grande Country f hV Year far as the construction of IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 320 acres mile from ,35.00 an acre, it C MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA urie and Peace River settlers -p this year the -biggest harvest ev- Sat n .is the "Oijxiord wfa.Q l K six years ago In'the Grande Lac Ste. Anne rame' In this city this week T0ute" he states, "i Mr- Clifford keepB a general n the Grande Prairie settlement -bsen.a stock raiser for .asking him to have the proving up and tbe p fees on pre-emptions extended l- 6f Abridge, this ek delivered -to the .councn the Plans .or new.cemetery, the nuis- ance ground and also levels for tuud. and sidewalks on al, streets e can trade for first.ckssfive LOAN 115 Sherlock BW. Province, and section upon through to small matter to continue it Edmonton according to .Mr; Clifford. .race of good roads, and importation facilities, and tl senceof a flour mill which will flour at a reasonable rate The latter of these two drawbacks i. shortly by the es- of a flour mfll in -..the Grande Prairie settlement fcy James Brick, a brother; of Allie Brick, ex- member -for Peace River.' Mr. Brick expects to hare his mill operation this year. Mr. -Clifford stated that there is no money In pack- flour from Edmonton at 121 a LETHBRIDGE MAN FALLS OFF LADDEiR Lake, Wash., July 16__ Covey, of Lethbridge, Can- ada, while at work this afternoon on the Medical Lake Sanitarium, fell" from a ladder and lay unconscious for Half an hour In the hot sun before be- ing discovered. He fe from a contusion of the fooad a geverej ly 'wrenched knee. Mr. Covey arrived in Medical Lake on jrrutafces a.bout a month ago I to he Little.Bow on Monday last it will .take sometime reach- f. there are so'ii ory sppts the soakagewiii take lot, of water. However, reach'here; by 'the Board of Trade'instructed the secrel tary to gel; .in touch with' tie "dif- ferent local' ..improvement districts along the route ottHe Little 'Bow and see .what''can. be done fewardi I guaranteeing, .the government a pa'ft of the expense permanent alterations -at High River so as to insure a good' flow of water for all time in the Bow. .The homesteaders living east of Carmangay in; Il0n springs and Sundial "districts" have presented a largely-sighed petition to the Hon REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to Joan on Improved city property iife6N Ott Block Fire Itaal Estate City and farm loans H. Macbeth Jlqencr "i" Bherloclc lots and two eight roomed houses for Water and electric light; cash hn this and assume loan of J Loans, Insurance and Auctioneers -Orders tafeen for delivery- .Phoiie623. Realty Co. P.O. Box 642. B.King THE A full fine of and Wood Don't forget we carry Wock 20 Coutts; Asquith Undsey I riAKie REAL ESTATE ABB" STREET LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The Ltd. Phone 1173.. n Distributing Agency for Rumley Uth Hotel, Cockshut E. KL Strathy, of A the Union Bank at Lacomte, has re- t.u signed.the management of Ore Branch art: Prince Rupert, and wfflgo.intofcus- at Edmonton. Batches received at London escaped. inid-sea'.to- steamer THE TOWN OF The future Manufacturing Centre of Western CLIFF BUY NOW BUY NOW LOTS ARE GOING FAST WHAT WE WILL HAVE HV THE IMMEDIATE FUTUKE 1. At least two addi- tional factories increasing the number of employed to 900. 2. Schools and churches 3. A complete telephone Qystem. v 4. Graded streets and a sewer system. -nufacturing BUY NOW WHAT WE WANT Additional factories to .supply the endless number ol every day necessities de- manded by this great-virgin neld. A high class hotel man contractors, stores and shops of every description. Hardware, farm imple- ments, livery, hats and clothing, millinery, bar- bers, 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 opportunity? for 300 people before a Sole Agents Room 8, Macdonald BIk. Alberta ;