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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letfrbtidgepally Herald, Tuesdiiy, July 3ft: 1910, LIME, CEMENT AND BUILDING PAPER up your that PIONEER LUMBER YHRDS Yawl DL.__ X Z 1A Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 North Yard, Westminster Phone 1063 Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High Claresholm Nan ton Granum Carmangay Barons, KIpp Jet. VACUUM HOUSECLEANING Phone 1115 or call at 1208 Courtland Street REVIEW OF PROGRESS IN LAST THREE YEARS w. eII-Known Land Man Tells What He Has Ob- served During His Stay In Lethbridge and A. Harris, who- for the past two a half years -has been located at 0, AUCTION SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 27th. Commencing at 1.30 p.m. at 18 ARGYLE AVENUE W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer is instructed by S. 0., Escj., who is giving up house- keeping, to sell the following-- 1 Early English Buffet 1 Early English Extension Table 1 set Early English 1-4 Cut Oak Diners 1 set-Early English Leather upholstered Chair Rocker 1 pair Early English Ann Chairs, full leather 1 Early English leather seat rocker 1 Early English Ladies' Sec- retary 1 Early English Ottoman 1 Golden Oak Sideboard 3 Golden Oak Dressers 4 Sewing Rockers 3 Bed Springs and Mattresses 2 Rugs 9x12 22 yards Brussels stair carpet 20 yards of matting 1 Lawn Swing 2 Lawn Seats 1 Kitchen Table and Cookins: LntGHsilc Lace Curtains, Blinds and Poles. N. is .the finest lot of furniture ever been offered OT public auction; only been m use one month. Goods on view Tuesday after 6 p.m. and morning of sale. A MOUNTAIN TRIP. New Dayton, July crowd ago, returned home last Wednesday eight. All had a splendid time. The crowd consisted of Mr. Kesseler two sons and bis, daughter, Mr. Miss McBride, Miss Greeno, Mr Jones' and Mr. Piersall. The distance cov- ered was about 150 miles, taking two days and a half by team. Lethbridge, connected with The W. Kerr Company's retail land busi- es here, left Saturday night for Minneapolis where the company' A 0ffiCe is located. the country in every, direction. The" big. bridge has gone across the Belly River, the depot has grown, the rail- road yards have grown to accommo- date warehouses, and increased tonnage, new mines -have been opened WANTS CHIEF TO INVESTIGATE E. G. Ambrose, of Pmcher Creek- secretary and manager of the South Alberta Hay Growers, Ltd., a farm- ers' who wrote to ?hiei G-illespie a few days -ago asking him to send up thirty or forty men for haying and harvesting, writes again, saying that they now have men for the present and thanking The chief for his help. When Mr. Ambrose's first letter to the chief was received the matter was iiv" lining -luivB oeen ooened developed, ,the farmers are mak T the My Herald imia.- hold ot the there' aad spend consider- He expects to mg tMnSs hot for the remaining "cat a little men" and.the automobile drivers, off ail the old time in the Bitter R ot V 11 Hamilton, Montana C0mpan7 The Company figure- LONDON LIVE STOCK. London, July 25.-Cattle from the United States, 238; via United States, 189; direct Canada, 198, last week. eraged 15 1-8 cents per pound; bead were held from sale: 44 Canad- ian and 167 American bead were ed -down. connection business, a or to Lethbridge to advantage S with their -in s trails and. compelling them aroun-d On the government road lowances, and do you know most the old "cattle men" have antly of seized upon and agencies, for says in his last letter seems to be some of iage and sending Creek in them to THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC-------- OFFICE. TORONTO ESTJJBIISHED WALKER, President LAIRD, Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS; TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign Cheques arid drafts on .the United Stttn, FOREIGN BUSINESS. Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. Lethbridge Branch j. Lluzleu ..sofl -t and are going after -the profits from tilling the soa along with those whom they used. to' "knock" inVeStigate and Harris will endeav-j telling them it was for grazing .ut sram' Cf far as to the GIRLS wiwi fae tails of the proposition before return- ing to Lethbridge. He has heen with a number of years, and! it was, a shame (so were concerned) to go up and plowing up, all the Professor of Psychology Seeks to'Ac- count for -Rats, Puffs, Fudge and Giggles. CoL, loads and made at that time ,___A, i Magrath District of lands at 512 00 fr acre wMch since as 135.00 and per PROMiNENT DEMOCRAT is A BANKRUPT as Per _____ acre> dnd some of these lands could -plus- Pittsburg, Pa., Julv 25-Cor James 'A at that- M. Guffey, Democratic national Sales that of mitteeman from section known as the mitteeman from Pennsylvania, Party iboss in this state, went and into n 0mpaQ3r Ranch- Party iboss in this state, went into Ranch- they had the hands of a receiver late this af- i tP ana afterward Put into crop ternoon, ,His debts amount to nearly i 10r Purchaser at his .expense. The seven millions, bu the land the first: r reaiizea that they couldn't stop the flow of settlers into the district they i the had to get .busy, and alter their busi- ness methods to accommodate the new and many Of them to buying land with their sur- .money instead. of using, it to in- crease the size of their herds the "wild, west" features .'.so common around many of the new, western cit- seven millions., but be asserts be has assets of "Jim" Guffey arose to nation- wide prominence in the summer of 1908, when William Jennings Bryan, who had been bis admired re- p-udiated him and tried to dispossess bim of the Democratic control of j Pennsylvania. It was the land the first year came within a few hundred dollars of pay- back to the owner the entire pur- ofi" and been made b? their purchasers in the -time that Bryan got bis third SunnJ" Southern Alberta through "ecter small grain that Guffey recalled bow either croPPing their land or re-sell- tie continent than be bad, at an expense of many dol- ng- The tovrn of Warner was, when and states that Auction Sales Conducted upon reason- able terms in any pan, of city or province Fifteen years' experience in this branch of our business CASH ADVANCED [if required] upon receipt of instructions to sell F. Waddington Co. The auctioneers Phone 426 Electric Restorer for Men A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL restores every nerve in the body to jts proper tension; restores vim and vi- tality. Premature decay and all sex- ual weaknesses averted at once. PHOSPHONOL will make you a new man. Price ?3.00 a box. or two for 15.00. Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. stained glass windows wihicb ad-ded 'twice-a-week train service lustre to the Lincoln residence. Col.- service at that) in con- Bryan moved .to return -the windows, {trast "to the wide-awake and growing but it was too late, I village of todav with its crrmUr AF but it was too lace, SASKATOON M. D. HAD NARROW ESCAPE Saskatoon. July the heavy wind and rain storm about six- o'clock last night the frame work of the end of one of the grain arches being erected for the Laurier visit here on Friday next was caught in a whirl wind and tODpled over. Just at that moment Dr. H. E. Munroe came along the street in an auto and reached the arch just as it fell, the timber striking tihe auto and demol- ishing -the machine. The doctor was bit by falling boards and uprights and received nasty bruises and cuts -about the face and bead. Only Prov- dence saved him from instant death is the fall of timber which did most >f the damage was covered by sup- torts right above the doctor's bead. 1 peculiar 'co-incidence about the af- fair is that Dr. Muuroe was Conserva- tive candidate in the election here four years -ago. i IBS have been absent from, this vicin- ity, through the efforts and influence of, the Mounted Police .service and on account of the class o'f .settlers nave made up the population, aim ---------_. order are as well or better price above -the expense of hand established in Sunny Southern Al- the crop and marketing it. Mr. berta in most of the older "set- j Harris r has been in close touch with i'tlements., the office end of the business, and I Either from observation of the con- {knows the large profits that have ditions or on account of having told so many people so, he feels there is better small grain farming land on continent than what we have wherever be be will always be glad to say-a good word for the district that ias by its results convinced and at- tracted so many good farmers into its -limits. Some of these good farm- 0_ ers have become careless, though the facilities, station and railroad agent, j few years, seeing that people elEVatnrs: ___i ;j._____ _ t0 ogy- a MaM" here. they giggles and other emerai things. "She is aaSA Dr Hall immediate present, whereas a boy looks into the future "Her life is all emotion, and for BNK CANADA. Oct 3Oi I9O9 Owr linking By MaU We hare tlready over 40 Branches in Ontario about 120 in the _ _. If we Have not yet ertabhshed Branck within easy reach of yon, you can carry on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely with Call or write, and the Manager will gladly explain the system to you. Open a Savings Acconnt with, a or more Interest is paid at highest current rate money, may be withdrawn at any time. Main Office cor. Round Redpith 8U I G.-R. TINNING Sub-Office Westmlntter Rd.f N. Ward Manager i Stirling H. Roach, Actlnfl Mati.ger. W. jaliHe, Manager. PIKE EATS DUCK. July in toe pond adjoining Superintendent 'Hutchin- son's .house at Centre Island are so large, and voracious that they...have eating several of the city ducks in that locality: ;tiie, ducks "by the -feet