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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD PRICE HAS BEEN FIXED FOR ELECTRIC PLANT REVIEW OF THE CROP Company Agrees to Accept Plant to be Turned Over on September 1st Electors to Vote on Bylaws for the Purchase, as well as Installation of Second Water Tank and Force Main SITUATION IN ALBERTA (Staff oi curate estimate of the ultimate face Globe.) of spring grain. The whiter wheat Calga.K', July fine weather lias progiVj-soil so far that it may be which lias prevailed throughout Al- i regarded as practically safe. It is berta during tin- past eight days has' not to be supposed that eVery field done for the growing is Al, Or thai fill of them will give and the growth'has? been surprising- ent. and many persons who have stu- iy rapid. Especially ia this the case! died the wheat situation believe that I with winter wheat in the southern the yield this; year will break all the j poniou of the province. It lias been i records tor the province. Moderate I in head for "some time, and has been opinion will be content if a substan- absorbing eagerly the benefits the returns of There were iib this summer. It is now engaged in j out bushels in the spring tial improvement 1 on be sc-orod. (From Tuesday's Daily.) The city council has gone as far which is too much to pay all at- as it can without getting the sanction once. of moving the plant had been settled and Aid. Adams thought it foolish- the ripening process, and some of it will be to cut in less than three weeks. The yield is likely to prove generally satisfactory, and the results MUST TAKE OUT A CITY LICENSE harvest of 19073 and this sea- j son with an increase of 25 per cent, in the acreage, there should be least if only the same port advising that the plant be ac- quired, the special committee appoint- metres would have to be cleaned en- ter and when, "water is dirty" al! the I new and could be used in the new than acres and shows a small building. The present plant would} increase over that of last season. The ed to deal with the matter have been (tailing a large expense. The metres have to be used for a year as it woula farmers had been encouraged by the woman's stomach. She had poisoned herself jvcith strychnine and fulfilled her pro- A XEW TOWN E. A. Wyndham was in town IVTon- day and states that a party of svir- veyors are cross-sectioning for the proposed railway line between .Lcth- bridge and Calgary, south of Glei- chen. They have already worked through his ranch, but he wa.s suc- cessful in inducing them to leave thu stakes out of crops until after he has cut his grain. Mr. Wynd ham is considering the advisability of having his townsitc surveyed into lots this fall and has decided to call the new town "Wyndham." Here's success to the city of "Wyndham" and its owner. WANT flS.OOO SCHOOL. Notices have been posted around A MOR3IOX CHURCH The Later Day fam- iliarly known as week organized a church at Gleichen with a fair membership. In many places the Latter Day Saints have been unmercifully persecuted in at- tempting to organize churches, but it was not so in this town. Indeed, every other church in Gleichen was well represented by members at the Saints meetings. This fact surely speaks well for the liberality of the people of this place as far as the free d'om of thought in religious matters are concerned, fisaturally, many here were a little curious to learn some- thing -of this strange sect, and, per- haps, their greatest surprise was to so many of our best farm- ers were members of the Latter Day Saints Church. So far it would seen that the new organization will have no need to fear any inter ference whatever and they will be al- lowed to worship in their own man- ner to their heart's content. ERICKSON BACK TO CRANBROOK Crahbrook, July Herald says: There are several rumors float- ing about just now regarding changes of officials on the C. P. R. It is said that Superintendent who is now in charge of affairs at Calgary as general superintendent will' take that position permanently, and that Mr. Price will be removed. Mr. Chud- leigh, who is now acting superintend- ent at Cranbrook, is said to be book- ed for a superintendency at a. divis- ional point on the prairie. Mr. Jame- son, who is now superintendent at Winnipeg, is said to be arranging to leave the service entirely, and Mr. Erickson is to come back to Cran brook, as superintendent of the Crow. These are simply rumors that are floating around, and no one seems to know what will actually take place. ment. The general sent out a notice- only yesterday that amnesty would be granted to all Turkish who were compromised in the recent murderous disorders in Macedonia. Notice to Intending Homesteaders Aplications .will be received on and after Monday, July 6th to homestead the available even sections of Tp. 1 Rge. 34, W. 4th K. J. W. STAFFORD, Agt. Dominion Lands. DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, barn i or -house Tin till you have seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in itock. Rogers-Cunningham f Lumber Co., Ltd. Letfebriiljie, Tahr, Stirling, Raymond, Nigratft, Coleridge ;