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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta AttENTldN! Have just received another car of Hammer Brand Plaster of P are good, U, ana son, Wfeent. By bu tKe H Lances J lONEER Main Yard, Round Street, Phone "763 BER YHR North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 N. Letkbrid Tjtber Bow Island Milk RiTer High River Clftreaholm Nanton Granum Cirman Barooa Klpp Jet Standard Furniture Go. HIGH GRADE HOUSE FURNISHERS 1 For this week we are offering Dressers and Stands at special prices in order to make room for new goods to arrive next week. DRESSER AND STAND in Golden "Oak, large British plate mirror, regular DRESSER AND STAND in Golden Elm, large British plate mirror, regular 122.00. Special DRESSER. AND STAND in Golden Elm, swell front, very large B. B. mirror, regu- lar 136.00. PRINCESS DRESSERS, large oval mirrors. Golden Oak, swell front, regular SO PRINCESS DRESSER, large oval mirror, Golden Oak, Eeg. special 50 HANDSOME DRESSER in Mahogany, four drawers, swell front, round mirror, regular REMEMBER THESE PRICES ARE EOR THIS WEEK (WLY; after that regular prices will prevail. Crabb Street. Opposite the Herald. Vancouver Is taking- action toward One of the B. C.. government's de- securing an adequate supply nionstration orchards is to be estab- for the future. 1 lished at Rossland. THE CONGRESS Spokane, Wash., July hundred and seventy-five farmers in the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan have made appli- cation for membership in the Farming Congress in tie last two months aad it is' expected theie will several hundred from the province of British Columbia and other prov- inces in north-weitern Canada before the fiftfo convention opens in this city the evening of October 3, fol- lowing the formal opening the In- ternational dry fanning exposition. Martin J. Wessels, supfcriatendent of the exposition, at Si.SUO. in. prizes and premiums will be- awarded for -displays of grains, grasses and fruits, in addition tp cu'ered by the Spokane Interstate Fair as- sociation, open to growers entering double displays, says the outlook is good for a record-breaking display o! agricultural products from the Do- minion of Canada, adding "The Board of Trade of Cardston, Alta., has made application for a (large space, and E. N. Barker, secre- tary of the organization, writes that a district display will be sent to Spokane. "Lethbridge..will send a strong dele gation by special train and there will also be a large exhibit of dry farm product from that part of the prov- ince of Alberta. The Board of Trade of Lethbridge has shown its keen in- terest "by contributing through a cup valued at for the best box of Mclntosh Red apples exhibited at the exposition. The Associated Boards of Trade of'Kootenai are also arranging for a large 'delegation and a compre- hensive display of products from that part .of the country." UNIQUE WILL FILED AN AUCTION SALE LASTS 24 YEARS Left to Young Man if He Ful- filt Various Washington, D. C., July the -will of Robert G. Dyrenforth, ei- commissioner of patents, "filed for pro- hate, yesterday, his eight-year-old son Kobert St. George Dyrenforth, who ia the sole heir, is fo; inherit the estate provided he complies wtth .the follow- ing: conditions: He is to be graduated from a pub- lic high school by the .time he is four- J lt is 'the of toe most extensive teen. He is to take a full course at ancient, manuscripts in win a degree :before he "Biblotheca Is eighteen. He is to take six'months study in law at Oxford. He must re- turn to the United States, be grad- uated from -West Point, and after hold Sale of Books Still .Far From Fjnith- Lots Are Already Sold i London, July auction sale which has already lasted nearly a quarter of a century, is still fer from j finished at Messrs. Sotheby's. __ 44 ltd. JJLwlU, Ing a commission in the army, resign, 'be; thoroughly educated In the law and begin its practice. His vaca- tions are to :be spent in travelling through France, Spain, Italy, Greece Germany, Denmark and Russia in the order named. He is not to .become a Catholic, he is to learn manual train- ing, dancing, music, and to beware of women. Robert will ia.ve the in- come of the estate until he becomes 28, wien it will fee his absolutely. Should he die or fail to meet the will's obligations, the estate reverts to Wm. H.. Dyrenforth, Harold Dyrenforth and Robert 'Collis Dyrenforth, all of Chicago. The value of the estate is not given. Piilpwood Lak'e 'Nipegon are sold by "the Provincial Government subject to the condition that the: wood is manufactured into paper in Ontario. G, O. Buchanan, for-yers past one of the leaders' in all ithe affairs of .the Kooteuays, has taken up his residence at Fort George. which Sir Thomas Phillips, who died 40 years ago, devoted a long life and a fortune of The disposal of his vast library whicn packed his country mansion Thirlestaine House, Cheltenham, from the 'to the attic, began" in 1886, and the sale will continue at least another generation. Already 13 separate sales, .totalling nearly 000 .tots, have realized and there have been several sales by pri- vate treaty as well. -The iFrenci and German govern- ments have bought in many national manuscripts, which Sir Thomas Phil- lips acQuired while ransacking Eu- rope, for Ms unmatched collection. Anything written on vellum, what- ever its nature, was by this eccentric collector, who described him self as a and gave any Price that was asked for old manu- scripts. The account books of kings queens, the early records of an- cient monastries, long-forgofcten treat- ies between nations, and the auto- graph .poems of 'the 14th century bards all eagerly bought by him. MANSUODE AND WIFE DYING Thought Life Held No More of Value Jo Him Vancouver, B. C.. July 19-HBatto- iied that life held no more of value to him when he called at the hospital last night, and was informed by tne house physician that bis sick wife e, could not recover, H. Mituer, a prosperous young Englishman of city, kissed .the sleeping woman and then went to Ms home, where it was found this morning that he had deliberately strangled himself to death; Mitner slipped ihis neck in the noose of a large handkerchief, which he fastened -to the head oost of his toed, and by the disarrangement of the mattress evidently, jerked himself down until the noose tightened suf- ficiently to ibring about death: tner represented a large English firm here, and left a substantial 'bank account The news of his.death'-will-be'kept from the dying wife. ONE MAN BUILDS RAILWAY; DOES ALL WORK HIMSELF. Bawlf, Alta., is rejoicing at the dis- covery of coal there. BLAZING -SKIRTS Used as a Distress Signal on Lake Michigan Hammond, lad., July wo- men, who with their husbands were adrift in a disabled la-unch on Lake Michigan to-day, attracted the atten- tion of life-savers by -waving blazing skirts as a signal of distress.._ The imperiled quartette, Mr. and Mrs, Mat- thew Stafgf, of Helena. Montana, and M. S. Evers and wife of Hammond, Ind., were given prompt aid when the novel signal was observed. Kan., July here in the hills of western Kansas, one" building a -railroad. He is building it by himself, literally, un- less one counts the four mules' and the scraper that are necessary jn the mating of the-grade. This mute inglorious Harriman is Rudolph native of Jeffer- son county, about 50 years, old. Mey- ers .has'oougnt no bond -issues, and fte right of' way he has secured thus ar he ias -bought with his own mon- ey. For eighteen months foe frag.been working 'quietly on nis roadbed, and every one haS; asked Mm ques- tions has received a nod for bis pains. This Meyers r Aas started, is planned to Jetmore to Garden City, fifty-four .'miles. It would -afford'a. connection with the Jetmore (branch; of: theSanta After eighteen months' work, Mey-. ere has completed two miles' of ihis v roughest part of-the pro- posed route, filled with went as high, as fifty-feet, reduced to the levels, and is in- terspersed here and there by ravines many feet deep, which Meyers filled.. COLORED P.REAOHER IS AiRRESTED IN TORONTO Toronto, July j.. A. Davis a colored preacher recently appointed minister at Episcopal church on dhestnut was arrested tonight on a charge of carnal knowledge of a girl'under sir- teen years, of age. He came ,here two weeks ago from .Woodstock 'where he jhas -a wife and children. He is fifty-tlhree years of age "and has been preaching .for eighteen HURRY THE TOWN OF REDCLIF HURRY OPPORTUNITY The future Manufacturing Centre of Western Canada Business men of Edmonton, Calgary, Regina, BUY NOW WE HATE: Situated 6 miles north-west of Medicine Hat on main line of C.P.R c LOTS ARE GOING FAST BRiCK COAL The finest and largest brick yard in Canada, with a capacity of brick per day, and making a product unequalled on the American Continent. One of the best Coal mines in Canada, with a capacity at the present time of 200 tons per day. By Sept 1st will be prepared ship 500 tons per day. .Farmers and "ranchers came as far as 60 miles last winter for their supply of coal. Does this mean anything to the Business man? FLOUR GRAIN FEED A Flour Mill, near completion, with a capacity of 200 barrels per day. An independent elevator, with a capacity of bushels. A thoroughly equipped up-to-date feed mill. MACHINERY x A large machinery factory making Bolton shingle and lath and other saw mill machinery. SASH AND DOORS A sash and door factory equipped for everything in finishing wood materials. FOUNDRY A modern foundry. BLACKSM1THING EJrst-class blacksmith shop, and want another. LFME Lime Kilns making a high-class product. AGRICULTURAL One of the finest farming sections in Sunny Southern Alberta. Graded icwer system, waterworks, electric light plant to be in- stalled this fall; telephone system. 500 lots during the past week BUY NOW WE HAVE: NATURAL GAS a caPacit7 cubic feet per day; have Vfin t0 to The Rtvelstoke Saw Mill Co. conducts a lumber vard complete m every detail. LUMBER HOTEL STORES WATER completion- costing when finished fully BANKS SITE A water system costing more than furnishing a perfect! wSfr a mountain sfream, and purified by natural filtration. Water mams are now being extended to every part of .the city. Merchants Bank has a branch here. Free Factory Sites Invested in Brick Plant and other industries An ideal site appearing almost level to the eye but with lust enough slope toward the river to insure perfect CLIMATE Said by the Government to be the most perfect in Canada be- tween the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. HEAT, POWER, LIGHT, FUEL Practically free. BUILDING OPERATIONS Fully 50 residences completed and occupied, 50 more under .way. RAILWAY On the main line of the C. P. R. with an independent ____from to f Special car will leave for Saturday night at 12.30, returning on Mondiv Fre, t, see LRIS manufacturinp- Htw ooii Sole Agents tms manufacturing city call at our ring up phone L. S. RIPLEY CO Ax you wish to Room 8, MacdonaJd Blk Lethbridge, Alberta ;