Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
riT Hi- riiftwyrira I "THE STORE OF QUALITY.' -Leave your orders for- FRUIT Of Any Description We Will Endeavor to Procure it for you in the Proper Season Nelson (& Frdser PHONE 21 LETHBUIDGE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. Notice of Local Improvement. Xntice is horol>y givoii tluit i" piir-siiaiir.v '>r a ii'soliit iim passi-il in CLiiiiK'il i>ii tlu' Si'M'nlcciil h day of .luiic, llMtr. Ilu' roiiiuil 111' tlie City of ijolhliriilgu inU'iuls to conslnict the following work as a I^ical Iiii-piovoiih'iu. viz. Till.' laying of 1. c'!>;mi:n'1' waliv. Tweho Foct Wide. On wo.st side of Hound froini Rwlpath to DiifTorin. On south of Hedpnth from Round to Olvn. Eight Foot Wide. Union On north of Re fe..-t wv.sl of W'es'lnvin.sler IM. On ilartML from Bedpulh IT.") f west of the r>th meridian', thenco north along'that line to the lino between town.ships 28 and 20, thenco east along that lino to the line of the Calgary and Edmonton Jiailway, thence north a-long the Calgary and Edmonton l^ailwa.v to the lino U.-Hveeii town-shipH MO and .'U, thence east along that line 1 o the line betwii'n rangi'S 20 and 27 we.st of the 4th principal meridian, Iheiicn nii-tli tilong that line! betwwn townships :il and 'Mi. thence east along that lino to the Ked Deer llixi'r, thence north along the lied JVi/r River to the line between townships .'tS ami o'.), thence east along that line to the 4lhprin cipal meridian to the Rt^i JX-er River, thence along the Ri>d l>e lielweeii townships 10 an.I it, thence east along that line to tlio line l.ctWiK'ii ranges 20 aivd 21 west of the 2iul moriiliaii, thence South to the Jiilernatloual Boundary line, is decl,;!!^! to be infected With Alange. It is further |iroviae�l, that all cuttle within the said area aix' to be treated for the .said di.sease iM-tween Julie Ist and Augu.s-l Ifith, 1907, subject to certain limitations and provisions which, logx'lher with all other details. aiN- set forth on posters issued by the IV'partiui^nt and lirculated throughout the above mentioned area. Copie.s of the poster in ciakotas nml .Min n-.'sota. and took .with him some sam pies of wheat. Taey aiv now on exhibition at St. Paul nml clussetlonally hard one, the theriiiomi'ter at Dunvegan if.'gislored on the anerago T degree higher than at St. Paul. A band of wild horses, that liad bevn turned out twenty .vears ago by the Hudson's Bay Co. have nlwa.vs winteix�d out and never Icoked better than they do this .season. When he left Dunvegan on the 13th of May, the grass was 6 inches high, and on the 14tli Ti A. Brick, MP.P., had just finished seeding 240 acres at Peace'River .Crossing. The native grasses grow very thick anil to a height of from 3 to 4 feet. The question of fuel was settled for all time to coir.e. In fact, it is a question that hae no concern for the settler at all. Along ail the streantts are outcroppings of coal, but tlio ct%l proposition has never been tested. There are ,argo belts of poplar and spruce suitable for fuel. FeR'oi the tiees are large! although tvo Sawmills are operater praised. He has seen them all, and thei-e are none to compote. The monotony of thei nverngu prairie cf.untry is broken thcoe by the diversity of scenery. The eye is pleased with foixj.s-t, hill and sitream. .Small fish, fish and fowl are in abundance. 'I'he larger gnnit" is scarce, although there are quite a tmnibur of moose. Air. Lami|imnn startwl a little early aniike the ice was .still in, ami not caring to wait, he came 130 miles around. ucc()m.pani�l by his faitliful (log ".\(ac," They pa tho 'J'pronto jail, the "Cn.stio on the Don," recalls the story of tho clergy man who preached a farewell sermon to hlB congregation, befoi'e his de- parture lo lo ehaplain of a penitentiary. His te.\t is i-eeonimeniled to Dr. I'linnvbers' eoiisiilei'ation: "1 iTi) to prepare a place for you." FOR S.XLE--A handsome secretary A snap for fiuick .sale. Apply Vha Herald olTlco.