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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily One TheG in 16 Davs RUSHING C. N. ,R. ROAD TO.BRAZEAU Puttina or, Big of Men at Once V July oa the Canadian _ Editor Lethbridge Herald: n Hon. Senator Peter if ffho was An Event That Makes The Hard- ware Firms Marvel This Clearing-Out Sale is nothing if it is not aggressive. This week will be tremendous Bargain Days for everybody at Gray's Hardware Stores The prices on the ,remain- ing stock will pack the store. Evenr promise ful- filled. are now going "The continued Senator Tal- will be 'built for fifty miles west f Lacombe this season, and the bal Sff :5e htmdred and in the ware Trade ofe The line, according to the final location which 'has been re- cently completed, -will -be westward from Stettler 'through Alix, parallel- ing the JR. it .crosses -the C i at Lacombe, the survey passing of theixperiinental 'form the farm of Senator Talbot south town. Besides opening'up'the Braieau coal mines which iare to contain the best steam coal inl-Ameri-ca the Hew line will give railway facilities to a large extent of-splendid agricud- ;tural land and assured: bf-a large traffic is ibuilt The C. AT.. the 'inines last year from tbe German develop- company and also the erable space in the Herald to air their supposed grievance against theuf afterwards- decided that it would >be more convenient in order to get the coal for -the operation of its _lines in to HmOd- -through La- larger type tnan city; The delegation {of- printers Now For The Stroke Of The Year Of The Gray Ha construction, of win aj beneficial effect on .the town' of dis- a, 'foreman; of Print-' Department, guote these' tins can the hangers on, and that carefully weigh our statements. The public know the Hardware trade of the town and K'lLLED i BY? .March Farmers Aniirials Necks 90 Per cent of Ottawa, July under a out of "few. days ago, .nine -sheep,, -of j Harry Yoiing, of' .struck ,by ''all' The tree under which the sheep >ugnt shelter from down- Dour, was struck-and it acted as a .conductor to the damp ground; A 'pe- Iculiar feature .of -the killing of, :the kheep was that nearly necks .oroken.; No 'burns !were ddscern- ible on tthe bodies of -the dead animals. The the-ljew. Job g for .the' Job was the. was did not want it. Itse 50c On The Doijar 75c On The Dollar UP til1 it Has been Invoice Prices Stock to the People at Some Price Odd Lines-Short Lines-AtYour You can't afford to overlook these Bargains vou'll 35c On The Dollar 60c On The Dollar MACKENZIE AND MANN 'BUY ONTARIO ROAiDS. Have Secured Central Ontario, Say of Quinte and -BrockvHIe and Westport Lines. Ottawa, July is stated on good authority that Mackenzie, ,and Mann have practically completed ne- gotiations for the purchase of Cen- tral Ontario, Bay of Quinte and Brock "ille and Westport--railways, aggre- gating some 284 miles of' -road. It s understood the purchase of the -Brockville and Westport line, 44 miles in aM, was completed last week, egotiations for 'the acquirements of the Central Ontario .line, 132 miles north from Picton to Bancroft, and of che Bay of Quinte line, connecting Ueseronto, Napanee, Tweed, Harrow- smith and Kingston, with 108 miles of rails, have :been in progress for some months. These lines will !be valuable feed- ers for the new IN. R. line now un- der construction from Toronto treal. ce of .twelve :0f admitted; it was correct With am cntent-to leave it to the dbe, ;if of been .unfairly-, ased by the cultural Yours J- W. ..McNICOL Secretary Agricultural ONE OF THE THINGS Lethbridge, July IS' Editor Dear'Sirr-PeKnit your Paper to some' of the things that happen in our city. _ short time ago.'a' case .had'to be dragged into the police court by ..the and.the favor, which any man would do.. Now then up to the time BO actioil on the part on s ,taken 60 or 70 .team, working to know the reason why Wnen tbere are -their homes here and contributing to .the city's weS The a s proposition looking only o fair play and favors to none, and this is cteared up for those that are .keeping fiom taking its course. This is one of the things To It People, the Stock is Your, WeVe through with it WeVe you our end of the argument p elsewhere a, double SOME OF THE PRICES INo Reasonable Offer Reiecteri frtr cr Elected tor the Stoves Tinsmiths! Stove Sunday After In Campbellton remain, Yours sincerely, JOHN (Continued from front i and Boilers, Tea Ketdes, Wa shing Mach- ines, Guns, Ammunition away below cost for Stoves for for Stoves for Ranges for Ranges for Ranges Don't let this Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance slip from your grasp WATCH------ THE EVELY SALES And The Finish of The Gray Hardware Stock c w. GRAY wants to be by Aug. 1st. The he- roic is de- manded and nothing wifl be spared HELP FROM MONTREAL Rev. Mr. Drumm, pastor of Presbyterian church, returned yester- day from Montreal, where he collect- ed more'-than for the fire suf- ferers. The militia were given no rest to-day. Some of them watched a car of liquor consigned to a man named Mclntyre, which was seized and plac- ed in custody. It is useless to try to sell liquor in Campbellton openly as licenses were cancelled by Premier Hazen by the request of Mayor Mur- ray. There seems to be plenty of provisions on. hand for present needs. The relief work is being conducted well. The work of permanent re- building on the part of many mer- chants will in many cases not be de- cided upon until the problem of the bonded indebtedness is disposed of F. M. Anderson, superintendent of the Ships Lumber -Co., whose mills employed many, said to-day that the concern would not rebuild in Camp- bellton. The health situation remains un- changed but efforts are being made to irevent another outbreak and for this purpose two members of the Provin- cial Board of Health, Dr. E. B. Fish Sackvillc, and Col. Maltby, of Newcastle, arrived to-day. It 'is said that at Jacquet River about thirty-six miles below Campbelllon small-pox has developed in a family of six. COLLEGES WONT MERGE Toronto Anglfcan Come to Any Agreement Conferences as a result a wealthy to promote a union have ,heeu without avail. Wycliffe sup- Iose treir the merged ot curred. DONT BOTHER WITH HOME BAKING University, England, one of the mas ters at Merchiston Castle School, Ed- inburgh, Scotland, has been appointed I to- Upper Canada College staff, Toron to1.- ana Take OUR HOME MADE BAKING. 6Xpect you to it Is own, but way down so anyway. as City Bakery Ford St. Beside Kite Hall Phone 1181 ;