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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 21 1916. North An.erican Dfe Assurance Co. Londo, Guarantee and Acddent Co. Phoenix Assurance Limited o We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH RAIN ON THISLAND 0'" This beat It LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead of making a loan. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY There is no delay. LIST WITH US. Whitney Block Lethbridge NEWS OF THE DISTRICT DEATH OF CHILD AT BARONS. Barons, July is with very great sadness that we record the death of Miron'''Clark Leeper, -.the In- son; of'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Leep- IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 320 acres 1-4 mile from town, an acre, with crop. 160 acres 1 1-2 miles from.town, crop and machinery. For particulars apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA LOOK We have at present time a first class-house and lot Ave can trade for first class five-passen- ger touring car. Call and see us before the chance is gone. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. LrKIMBALL, Mgr. Suite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone'417 er. Tie'little fellow yas "only two years old, and one of childhood's ills proved too much for him, in spite of all that the best medical attendance and care of loving parents and friends could -do. The little .heart ceased to -beat on Thursday evening, July 14th. -Owing to the hot .weather it was impossible to delay interment. Oa Friday even-, ing more than two hundred friends of the parents and child assembled at the homestead to perform the last rites. Rev. ;Mr. Hypkins; of conducted the-service .at the house.: He" spoke in no sorrow for the sake of the jboy who_, was gone, for had not his Father said "Suffer the little come upto to Me, for of such is the Kingdom -of Heaven." "All's well with our 'laddie" and the .only fear was that we grown up people might not -be ready as he to meefour Maker, as pure and spotless, and as fit to enter our Father's house, "in which are many mansions." Four 'little boys acted as pall-bearers. On. Stars" and make a tour along the railroads. Push it along. We can meet the best- of them. Our broncho pitching was about, the limit. Tom Owen was" .completely the master of an unusually vicious horse. 'A Department of the Interior is being circulated. The object is to" have an extension of time for breaking. This would' bean excellent' thing if: we are successful, as it is impossible 'under the present do. work that is of -any use beyond complying -wife the legal technicalities. Sorry to lose Mr. Strain. Hbw- er, at his a-man of means is perhaps more likely to enjoy himself est'erday morning a rare rence was witnessed in .the coulee. A Jenson, of Maeleod, and F. Ward of Frank. Ward took the first fall' in 3 1-2 minutes, and Jenson got tihe sec- ond in 3 min. 3C sec. AS Ward be- came sick 'after .the second fall, the title to .Jenson