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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta "HE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1909. WHEAT AND COAL IN CLEVERVILLE DISTRICT uitfl sliods, and luis broken 500 acres, to put into fall wheat. A lire brok.j out iu the buildings of ihe Monarch Brick Co. but was htui- a hotel for this point, and siKHiik'nw relutivo to intend business IK.TO will be ly answered if Crops In the North Country In Excellent Condition-Barb Wire Phones-A New Townsite dkxl am etlicient way by our tiro ureh Board of brigade and soon extinguished, which _ rellccts Kroat credit on Fire Chief BLAIRMORE NOTES Snath, for the capable way in which he has trained his men. AI'.hough it to the .Mou- NEEDN'T WORRY ABOUT HARD TIMES Bluirmorc, July and I llunmhries. of Diversified Agriculture Assures Pros- j perity of Southern Alberta (.'ultfary. .July James W. lltobertson, D.Sc., L.L.D., C.M.G., to The Herald; miles east of Stavely, which is the Cleverville, July nearest station at present. C'lever- broak occurrxxl, tlie Hev. JDoeior Fire Chief Smith was amongst the first to answer the call, lie says anyway he has got to get used to going to a warm place. Now that the railroad is onlv a. mutter of u few days our Blairmore yestertlay. m-rivwl .Mrs. Humph- few weeks and have rented u cottage. JMr. Humphries went back on the !o- oal. Mr. Mao.Millan cam of Macdonuld college. Antie. do liollevue. Que.. has this say regarding Southern Alberca.: times will never again effect Albertii. The interests of it his district aro now so diversified in from his 1lnut there is no possibility of a, pro- 1 win-re t-he grain will be marketed this lots Lo the parties your. The fanners are not tlopemiiu from Carmuugay north down siC'-os? the ford of the Little Bow at the Little How Inn of the CarmaJi-ray Farm Co., and on across tho Hal and OD tin- grain alone, as nearly all up the hill on t-he far side of tho viil" a. few cattle, horses. chickens, ley is very pleasant. A lino is .etc. The obtained from the h 11 on the north 'their own ton miles from L'armangay, townsite owner is kept busy selliu ranch today and reports that crops "ounced depression. who have been !ine but woro louch- "This from the fact that all settlers here, garden, stuff. side. As tho writer looked back past t-he 'dipping- vat to Uu- ('ariium farm buildings and the old town ul Car- nutiijiay he saw iho building on the new townsile Uhc kitchen of tho new hold i and about half way be- t.wtvn tlie two towns was tho drug- store of -Mr. Little, which was beuii; moN'-d last evening i-> the now town. To tho east of tho trail.was the site the new high level bridge of th P. K. to bo built across the Little i'uw just ubo1. e the 1'arnia.n- guy .stori'- quarry will be quarrying their sandstone. On a iK'i.u'hboring slope was a large herd of cattle feeling fresh after their plu.'im- through the dipping vat. waiting for tho steel before coming to svttk-'in our rapidly growing city. Jim Hlanchard. bluckstukh, and too, raise general manager of tho City Iron Works, has at last bagged his "big with frost locnllv. ihroughout Southern Alberta' the far- F. S. llacher. of L-levervilie, uses a team with a disc and a lever harrow in tow. The taw chains were fastetu-d to the front of the }lr. is visiting iners are adopting; a diversified from the phiirio. culture which places them in u posi- Blairmore contriiaiu-d quit-1 aciowj tion of security beyond the reach of to the big picnic at (.'row's yes- :hard times. Among those who went; "By reason of this very diversity it al other intrepid hunters succeeded. I Mr' and l 31 r. and ;s nol possibly for me to place an es- aftor having lired four boxes of cart- !Ml's' Slemmuu. Misses He. in company with, sever- rklges. in bagging a badger, which Snnstruin .iii.l .Messrs. lunate upon the. 'your farm lands. ultimate value of 'That will be de- f'-ame itrid back over t-ho weight boxes their approach proved to the lover harrow boh i mi, so that it presses the disc into the earth. After discing this once he uses a pbnk pocher riff ore seeding, lie s just working down his one hundred j acres of breaking for spring wheat. lie has 150 acres of grain and the part of which is on so-d is good. i j who lives about seven .'miles west of Cleverville has spring j wheat o'.er three feet high just I starting ;o head. He broke that to bo days since. Ford Tyler, our hardware merchant; has just received a largo consignment of ma-chinery for distribution in this district. Me reports having sold sev- eral curloa-ds of machinery this soa- >on in this vicinity. Mr. IHui Lee. contractor and build- er, has left town for "the Ixutietit of his Mr. C. 11. Anderson, sporting edi- .tor of the Bank of Commerce month- ly statement, reports an increased and She.ra and Xumbers picnicked in the woods all vuur agriculturalists use in the cul- I appearing to have had a very enjoy- tivution of the soil- The ultimate j able day. i Mr. Sick is visiting Blairmor ;ot.her towns in the Pass. .aciv is capable of producing under S Mr. Pringk- of Med.cine Hat. is on -untutored effort, but a trip through here. 11 a section of land euhi miles termined by the degree of intelligence value of any land is not determined by the number of bushels of grain an Daily Herald Market Place yon have to tell or (o reit piece it it this column. If you loylhiof use this coluni. 23c one insertion f insertions for SI PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE SALE OR RENT-7 roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on River bottom near new bridge. Best place in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 184-0 FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber ytuxl, J.157-0 SITUATIONS VACANT PARROTS buy a pair of the parrots sold at Carnival if price reasonable. Apply Mrs. J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block. 182-0 for Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 first-class clothing and gents' furnishing J. Hill and Co. 185-0 FUR anil other out- buildings on Wesley Church parson- age property. Purehasei must re- move same within ten days ai'ler ac- ceptance of tender. Tenders must be in by G p.m., Saturday, July 31. For further particulars apply G. Whelen at Lethbriuge Woollen Mills, or U. D. Austin, Herald otlice. UU-G MISCELLANEOUS WANTS night clerk, Balmoral Hotel. 1S5-0 IF YOU WANT A LAWN FENCE- See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 1GO-HG work in or out of city. Repairs and small contracts. Apply Box P. G., Herald. ground four inches deep about May. A few Miiles further along there i i_iSt year jet it jav unlil j volume of business for the Monarch was an interesting a sign of '.jujv he double disced it district. Ho now finds it necessary to wako the staff at 9.55 to cope j txi his n larniuiir in progros- .-twice. harrowed it twice and left it j spring when he used a the big tiiii sive Sunny Southern Alberta. It almost enough to scare a which had beer: raised on tho range. Steam I [arrowing by the profit e has located each acre is returning as the result of "orth the farmer applying to his calling the I of Lundbreck with South African latest triumphs sciences ap- jplioable. io agriculture. It therefore (bank was j appears to me that the value of your bucked oft his horse yesterday, hurt- i Southern A.lbo'-la lands will, after hoad rather badly, although having reached that value demanded very serious. by your abundant wheat crops, still Mr. Oobo. the blacksmith, has mov- !continue to advance just as science up from Frank to his j advances. The establishment of ag- scrip. Mr. Farmer ins; his nothing uritji with the rush and himself and on the Pelieuier sub- Hcultural colleges to serve the needs [of this -d strict therefore practically leveller, making it smooth and 1 lo lx' at at 10 a.m. As rhe, j Then he drilled it about April [ulnk dases promptly at 3 j It th best field of wheat he Parade at 3.05 p.m.. F. Joseph A. Nielson. Iris acres mostly spring wheat. is He has lifty acres of fall wheat. is all looking line and has had plenty .about uf moisture. The crop is safe though a little shower wouKi our druggistj is ial w wW Qr ..n-rl thousand of acres broken this j to complimented on the subtle inches'wide .v-ar Clevervilh; and between I Lr-aining of his ribbon cocker I the Little Row and tho railway. skies the steam outfits nearly every has been breaking with horses or oxen. Next .vonr's crop will mor- storo and aftcr than rloulile that, of this year. Then demonstrated when hardware of nMorn Apply looking.ovcr j the stock, selected a feather dustter will plenty of grain for tbo newjuw, toddlcd homc railway to haul. Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8010 Design to be transferred to a petti- coat or drawers ruffle, developed n lawn or barisie Of course this __, of nature will .be overlooked A Fine District i but if shovels, stoves, hammers, worked in eyeiet sitch. with white The surrounding district is well I F'airrt, etc., dissappear toward the or colored mercerized cotton or srk with nctunl a-ttlers who drug store, the hardware man threa- tne scallojwd edge bein? piddcd VHVII from ono to five years. to take up hjs door mat and Dofore being button-holed and if a when the i-.iilway comes io down fly papers and bear traps. dressy effect is desired the odire ville the new town will have good i Three large farmers in this district further ornamented by a very Paying business ri-rht from the start, jhave broken acres. Alt. C. narrow frilling of narrow Valencien- Sprincr whont averages from twenty Mr. .1. McLain, 800; nes 'ace' which shows bt-Iow the five to thirty bushels to the ncrc. j-Mr. H. E. Miebach 700, In addition loPs- taffetas silk or messaline are This year the crop is mostly all iJfr- Noble has summerfallowed usec3 the petticoat it is pretty to spring wheat. However, a large acre ago will be sown to fall wheat this fall. Cleverville is about fiftv miles to acres. Crops or prospects never look- do the embroidery in some light shade better. Mr. J. F. Cowan, from of silk floss, or self colored silk floss California, has commenced operating may be used, on a Vvrge here, building a mile Price of pattern, 10 cents. Apply the north of Lethbridge, twenty-six f'.'01'" -Monarch a largo house, barn Herald Pattern Department. Coal LUMP on lhe market DELIVERED or at mine Good clean Nut Coal at mine SI per ton. i NOTICE Having decided to devote my whole time io the auctioneering and real estate branch of my business, I offer for sale my business of a new and sec- ond h'.ind furniture dealer, conduct- ed by me at 410 Round St., City. Good profits can be shown and a valuable lease transierrable to my j successor is included in purchase price. For fuller particulars, apply lo Frank G. Waddington, 410 Round St. Telephone 61. All coal sold C.O.D. 189-3 Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View F WADDINGTON Pboae 261 Citv A sent Prompt delivery guaranteed TENDERS, FOR TELEPHONE BUILD- ING Lethbridge, Alta. SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, and addressed to the Dep- uty Minister of Public Works, and indorsed "Tenders for Telephone Building. Lt'thbrid.sre" will be receiv- OR shop in arivmg town of Winnifred, where ts have been for sale the last two eeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Person wh0 rents to supply tools. 1st come, 1st choice. Winnifred, Alta P. J. De Marce, 166-26 HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS- In new block on Round St., complete- ly furnished for housekeping, and in- cluding piano if desired, for rent for one, two-or three months after August 1. Apply by letter t0 J. B. K., post- the Wells farm, 4 miles south of Stirling, five mares and seven geldings. Mares branded LM on left shoulder and goldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information loading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta.. or L. E. Townsend. Stirling, Alta. 184-0 Granum, Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, uo brands, weight about both shod, had baiters on. One_ light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white hkid food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward, master, Granuin, Alta. Notify post- 154-0 office box 448. J77-0 TO unfurnished frojit rooms to rent. Also 5-roomed cottage, close in. Apply 25 Argyle Avc. Phoiu 124. 184-0 minutes walk from post office, ?1 per week, also for sale, oak cupboard with glass doors and nearly new carpet 15x12 ft. Apply Box H.P., Herald office. 187-6 DOUBLE furnished double room in Shepard block. May be used for light housekeping. .1125 per month (in Room to be taken care of by parties renting. Bath with hot and cold water on same floor. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block. 187-0 herd north of stock yards, one black mare with colt, weight about 900 Branded revers- ed FY on left shoulder. Also one roan horse, brand indistinct on right shoul- der. Foretop cut off. Apply Wm. An- drews, herder. 190-4 FOUND ball game on Tuesday night, a brown leather purse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her- ald and paying for Ad. 133-0 silver watch. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office. 189-0 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE FURNISHED rent in fully ed up to ]2 o'clock; noon, Saturday j modern house. Apply first house west j August. 7th, for the supply of all plant, of Baseball Grounds, Brunton St 89-6 FOR fully modern eight roomed house at the right price and material, labor, and the i of all work necessary to complete the I following works in connection with easy terms. Apply first j the erection of a Telephone Building! house west of baseball grounds, Brun- ia the City of Lethbridge, and for JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 i which separate tenders will bf: re- Cr-ivt-d for the j j Heating. i Metal Work. I Wiring. i Plans, specifications and contracts j may bo soen, and forms of tender had or, application to the the site of-the Building. tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to Minister of Public Works, Ed- T inoriton to the amount t.f fie pt-r cent. of the tender. j Thf cheque of the successful bid- 4 tier, if any, will be retained until the Automobiles. Gasoline Engines, Sceain Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed f- necessary contract is executed, and Bond in the form of a marked cheque to the amount of 20 per cent, of the tender is received. Thf chrques'of the unsuccessful bid- ders will be returned within three days after the execution of the con- trnct. riirht n'served to reject any 'ir all bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Dai-'-d nt Edmonton twenty- third dav of Julv 1009. ton St. -189-6 LAND FOh SALE FOR or Woman, mj South African Veteran Bounty Land .ertificate issued by the Department oJ the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320 acres of any Land open foi entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan 01 Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, man or woman, can acquire this land with this certificate. For immediate sale, Write or- wire, L. E. Telford, 131. Shuter Street, Toronto, NOTICE OF tice is hereby given that I have im- pounded in the west pound near the Isolated Hospital tho following ani- mals 1 bay mare' (aged) branded mono- gram JY left hip; I red and white steer branded an- chor right ribs; 1 red and white cow branded U9 left hip. JOSEPH GILLESPIE, Pound Keeper. Ontario. 165-26 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a fully mod- ern house, bath, telephone, etc., good comfortable rooms. Apply 425 Bart- lett St. 188-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received up to July 31st by the undersigned for tho rewiring of the Lethbridge Hotel for light and power, also for plumbinir and heating. 190-3 WM. HENDERSON. EST A )i T. i s TI v. r) 1854 I Merchants flank of Canada HEAD OFFL E. MONTREAL Paid -up Reserve and Undivided Profits........ ___ Accou of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department V lUthbrHge Branch- CoaMale Block, Si. t NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC j If you want to get to the opera j house on time telephone 148. Our up lo dale hacks will get you there on time. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE, FOR new first class fold- ing bed in hard oak finish. Large plate glass mirror attached to it. Box 100, Herald Office. 189-6 FOR wheat seed for sale. Jas. Nelson, Borons, or W. R. Dobbin, Lethbridge. 190-O LOANS FARM Life Insurance Company prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. E. Pattern, Agent. Any-persoc wUo la me sole head o! a family, or any male over 18 years' old, may homestead a quarter-aectiop ol available Dominion land la Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tht applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. Enfy bj proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence apor. and cultivation of the land in eacii of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of hie home stead on a farm of at least 30 solely owned and occupied by Mm DJ by his father, mother, son. daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may z quarter-section alongsid'e tig" home atead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in eacfi of six years from dave of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivaU fifty acres extra. A homesteader exhauafe-ii homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pui chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. DufcCes.-Mwi .reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fiftfr acres and freet a house worth 1300.00. W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Inter N.B.-tJnaathoried publieatLn thn will nnt bt- ;