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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909 BURDETT THE COMING TOWN FAIR WARNING You must act immediately to be certain of securing any of these lots at the present prices. In a very few days from now the price will advance. Call on HATCH COONS and WfiBER REALTY CO., Agents for the Burdett Townsite. Three thousand homesteads and pre-emptions within 40 miles of Burdett Good hotel and livery accommodation and land locators at Burdett. Good opening for all kinds of business I THEMOLSONSBANK Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Kates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms 'SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and iipwards received. Interest allowed.from date of deposit at highest rates Lethbridge Branch, Redpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager ly. Mrs. Bradbury reports the sea- i son to be more backward there than j in Alberta. Something like a blizzard last Wed- nesday, but it did more good than harm in this district. A week or more ago Mr.Bermings- field started breaking prairie for Mr. !1. P. Barrett. It will take two weeks to finish the twenty-five acres. Our school house is to be opened next Wednesday for an eight months' the fire. While trying to save some j school term under the direction of things Mr. Jones himseff was so bad- i Miss Maud Kedick. The district can ly burned that he was obliged -to go be justly proud of their school as it is, according to some people's idea who know this country well, the best rural school house for fifty miles round. The building which is 24x38 has two cloak rooms, and one store room, each 8 ft. square. There is a News Of the District FIRE AT IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, May Sunday, April 18, John Jones had his stable destroyed by fire. Two horses were also burned and some rcachinery. A spark from a pipe was the cause of to Lethbridge for treatment, and us misfortunes never come singly, lost his watch on the road. We have not heard if it 'has been found yet. A quiet wedding took place at Ellnore on the 28th inst., .when Mr. Chas. Xeve of that place and Miss Miilicent Noble, of Iron Springs, full equipment of furniture of the very latest pattern and of the best were united in the bonds of matri- j quality. The contract for the build- mony. The young couple will reside I ing was let to'Mr. W. W, Pearson of at Mr. Neve's ranch near Elinore i Iron Springs, who has done the work the present. I in a most excellent manner. The pro- PULP FROM CANADA DUMPED INTO U.S. the manufacture of awaiting completion paper without of its plant.'; Pulp Mill on One Side of Boundary and Paper Mill on Other Side Winnipeg, Man., May special from International Falls, Minn., op- posite to Fort Francis, Ont., says: The Minnesota and Ontario Power Co., controlled by the Backus Brooks Company, has a gigantic plant under construction here. When it is com- pleted there will, be a pulp mill and paper plant on either side of the riv- er As things stand now, the pulp mill on the Canadian side is done and -the paper mill in the United States is ready for business. If Senator' Nelson's amendment makes good, the company will begin The pulp produced in Canada will be dumped into the paper -mill in thQ United States through a long chute. Adam Link, the homestead inspect- or, who came this way on business. was detained for two days at Mr. j Coe's by the blizzard, which we are i told did considerable damage among i the cattle and -horses in this vicinity. BOWVILLE moters of the district, Messrs Varholdt, Nale and Benningsfield did not have all plain sailing at the first star.t as they had to contend with certain people who voted the district down as they would rather let the rising generation grow up in ignor- ane than pay the 'school taxes, but The result is that print-paper would j bv hard work and per- hp rhpnnpr bv the sum of SI 66 Bowville, May April; oe cneaper DV ine sum 01 o J severance their