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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETHBRIDGB DAILY 3 MEDICINE HAT If yon are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office arid let us sHoor maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low, Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Andersen, Manager Building Site Lots and 31, Block 92, 8800 each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. ftitm 1W Mother mm child are doing fine. Services were well attended on Sun- day. Norwegian Lutheran services in the Kasimor school house, August Gth by Hoy. Anderson, iMra. D. R. Easier is on the sick list. A big (lance nit Connors' on July'21 for tlie benefit of the Literary Society Kveryhody welcome. A. P. Hose and Mr..'Th6rburn were Lethbndge callers on Krlday The Epnoith League at Knsimor met on Friday evening and was well attended. 'MCB Ben anci Bert Dunn pur FaiiakeVbreakmg outfit of three qxen. The union meeting on Tuesday even ng v.ds attended Miss Carrie Goln called in Miss Pearl Ingram Sattirdjy NEW DAYTON NEWS Dayton, ,Iuh 17-Mus I.aflcr- ,v armed to spend the sumnict vith her hrothpi at Kcsslor's Krs R C, McDonald and Miss Mir am arc ridge visiting friends in Lcth- tlie acre. The rest will probably av- ftrago fifteen husheis. The crops are all looking n.little more ruin WAS DNOWNI1D Vletom, to. c., July ffool- twrtty, wts drowned yester- IU wu with VOUDK camping party which went out In a. canoe Mid piirpowly tipiet to tench one of them to ttwint. Mr. Hooley WiisT obaervcd to he having rtifflpulty ,1ml two hoys itftrted with Iiim for He ffno en route. He perhapc had heart fillura. of Oregon, .Senator Owen of Oklalwna, ex-Governor Thomas of Colorado, ex-Srnator Patterson of ILoloiado, px-fJovcrnor Adams of Col- in has made up IMS list of availiblcsi Mass. dcnincrntlc imsidcntml and IlisgiiiK of prcoidential noinili.ilions Without Him lo Islnnd, rx'-Oovornor Glenn of iHtfrrcnce for .1111 one Cnrnliiia. Mayor Oaynor of Wilson of Now nf Chl'- .capo and Sori.ntur Turnrr of Washing-: aud ;i ft-w others, worliiy of honorable mention." Governor PlaiMcd of Maine, Sena-.............o tor Kern of Indiana, Senator a Cow days wouldri't.li.urt them any. lands of Senator Uuimber- lait expressing "Folk of Missouri scy and Speaker Clmh.'p' Cltirkc indicated as with extended list of posaihilitics, These combinations are given Governor Sniitli of Georgia' anil Governor of Dakota Gnvrnidr Marshall, of Indiana, (Jovernoi of Xcw York or Dix and Marshall. .Senator Culberson of Texas and .Senator O'Gorman, of New York. Oovcrnor of Colorado and (.tovornor. Koss of .MassaelniKctlfi. Ollio .lames, of Kentucky and for- .'..tutr Governor (Jaborne of Wyominc- NEW ROAD RULES IN FRANCE Paris, July comn appointed to consider new la lions has drawn up a code' however, must JNISS pHrliainci it -hecomcB oporatfvo. T three main points In the: Vehicles uiiiEt. heop lo the of thn right, pedestrians paBsnge to vehicles md spc is A-boll8hod, ihotifti tin Uoep control of.their speed nn1 not go so', fact damage 'roads. SWEET VALLEY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. .Patrick from Champion are visiting with her sister this week. Mr. Holden has gone t.o the dftcli to work for a few weeks. -Mr. Creighlon and Miss Blyo from Yet wood callc doiiA lin Holden one evening last week. Jay RickeUs, Olson and Goeson have gone to Graiimn and from there will take a trip to the foothills for berrying and fishing. Last Sunday while Sunday school Mary Stark's horse fiot loose and strolled off with the buggy, leaving her, a more convenient way to go home. -Win. McPherson was out a few days week from Xanton. r. Short has his commodious room rompl tod and rcafly for hnbita- Will Ttirley was a ('armangay caller one day this The school house building IB pro- armed to flll the Lumhci minimi is posiUon at the vac.iteti li> Kd fJrcpno ll E Vhmlpr, of Daj ton, RANCH FOR SALE Consisting of 1900 acrea first-class land, only, tbree. miles from a live town. Good buildings north f.3000; all fenced; 500 acres' In crop. Small creek runs through .the land; good place for stock. For particulars ud price inquire of The Land CO. y, MACDONALD BLOCK. parties who arc arming .daily His mail is being addressed AS "Camp Pasty Con- r-tc Anvone can be, satisfac- torily looKcd after bj Parker C Hohmson just firiahed unload ing of machm- er.v rl he Cowlcy Lutrticr Co the ahlc management of W Gr Askey, fenced their and are pre- paid! to fuinish nil kinds of lumber rl he junior baseball team put itr all OMH '.imdbrock on Friday night by a score of 11-fi. Ohio, n-ho', his brolhcrs, r putting tliroiigh a rnillion dollar real estate (leal in Oregon, is spending a ui-cl in Nc.w ton Little r-old Iluby.Wood, daughter of Mt and Mrs Gf-o who had her limb amputated in Lcth- brirlgi- .ihout a month afio, is nov oiilc'to creep around the floor. Mosquitoes were very had all week up till iodai The scuice in the church last night had to he cut short on accoimfol them. Screens .ire, to he put on' the windows before another Sunilaj IRISHMAN WON Bisley Camp, Blood of the Irish Rifle.Association today lifted the I-lopton ClTft, a sweep- stakes pnxe for the highest aggregate in fih other competitions Blood a Ross rifle. 'In the competition for the Clements Cup, Sergt. Smith of the Provincial Horse, came through the. winner. Sergt. A. R. Marmfchael of Calgary came ninth, whining twenty shillings. ONTARIO K. C. DEAD Toronto, .July M. Arnold, K. C. of Brace-bridge, is dead. NEW STIRLING NEWS New Stirling, -Inly L. Fish- er, of Winnipeg, brother of William Fisher, was a visitor to New. Stirl- ing last week, leaving again for Nel- son, H.-C. Miss Watson, who was thrown from linr horse and slightly injured, is around again. Miss Annie, Owen spent .Sunday ami ai New W. 'I .Nichols has .irrncd home 'om the south, where ho was in at- tendance at his molhci's funeral Rumor has it that the furnishings for the I'rairie Queen Hotel are to bo in New Sterling in a week's time The seats of the church have been trenlcd to another coal var- much ap- pearance. 'COWLEY NEWS Cowlcy, July Union Dank .stnfi have moved into their new building, and the accommodation lor the public is of the highest class. E. A, Parker is busy with fishine Sherlock It. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FAItM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Fenced Stable, etc 80 acres In Spring Price 120.00 per acre. in half crop v 500 acres in crop, Spring looking splendid 8 miles from a town, per acre. We have aornl aplendjd inapi In raw land, clow to Weyburn for from to per l THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. SuccMSors to The Dowsley-McMlllin Land Co. Phont i14 ;