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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta AftAttftl 0ittri�t MccliAg. On Tuesdny niwl NV�-fInoficfny, May 14lh oixt ir>th the Methodist, minis-tern and lay rtelegJitos of the Medicine Ilftt district nssoiiitjlod in their nnniial district muetinjf^ Modieiriu Hat, OM-ing to this ijlnoss of the chairman, Kev. J. M. Harrison, Kov. W. A. Lewis of Maclood, and , licv. Thos. Powell of Maple Crcelc prosidr (coi�(l, and C. Bishop of Lundbreck. The new missions that are rcconMUiindefi are Warner, Hunts-villo and Waldeck. , \ ". The district v5iich now includes the /long strip from Swift Current to Frank will lie dlvi�led at. a point he-t\veen Lethfiridse antl Medicine Hut, the two new �listrict3 to l>e named after those two cities. 'i'ho meeting possod a strong resolution on thu lietter cnl'oiceniient of the license liiw in Hoiithorn AlborLa. A MhoK memorial service for- Itev. I'VM. Cory was held at.which wv -oral of the members sijoke of his life and work. Tlie ladies of. the Century Church entertained the members and numerous friends at a dainty supper. jof tt^rhaps tlic most prolific agrlcul > turtti area of the Canadian west THE CHICAGO OP TH13 CANAV -IAN WEST. y-ith such unlimited volumes of pow er owned by the town, which power wil^ be sold for merely nothing. "Totlay the town of Coleridge offers the investor, the merchant and the manufacturlurer a field unequalled by any new town in Canada. "We want elevators, lluur mills, canning factories, brick and tile In a recent interview, N. T. Mac imanufocturers. gloss factory, fireclay leod, Secretary, of the town of Col- wrks. lumljcr merchants and Bener-eridge,- Alta., said:- ' nwrchants. ImlucenutntA in form "I ho natural gas that was tapped | cheap power and sites will be of-�t this town n short time ago is lo-V'ere�i those who ntcan busincM and ilay (lowing in such large quan'/ti.ji w"l communicate with mo. aslo give power, light and heat lor ) "The climate is very miiki ��-;g very little or i^o winter, �h|�e .lociilod to inake Coljr.cidBe a division- the Cypress hills that tower .to. the III point for thoir Crow's Newt line, owth of the city supply abundmnce (!oUTidge being Hitimted nt the junc- of the purest of water." tioii of the n-jain lino of the CP. K., and Crow's Nest Hallway. "Piirsiinnt to making this town . a divisionnl point, the C.P.ft. are build ing a. si.\ �tall round-house and are inying out ,veiy extensive yards; they also have a |H�,po6 rig boring for oil which they hope to strike in very large c|uantities a few hundred feel l;o!ow the gas pockets. "The whole country seems to be iiwakening to the fhct that Colcrireciat�d. Although not ane o' Diggar's sons, I claim a close relation; For a' niy childhood's days were, .spent ClOrNj by your habitation. frae a' rents and tlukcs and lairds. The rich man's vast domain. corn and rye and wheat an' a' We've nouts and hens, and kye. We've liecps and tatties, cabbage.  graens Aad ither things for bye. Auld Scotia's sons, auld Scotland ^ love Her glorj- never dies. But here content we live beneath Alberta's sunny skies. And Me. content on eiither side 'WeUl brithersiye always We'll sing our songs, and crack our jokes And Scotia's heroci praise. Some.day you'll leave your native shore Seine ilsy. Alberta, we Atld then wa hope, "The letter land' Will oor blest iiortion be. NotiM to CftJiloffi. WHITNGY nuttTHKRS IlKUKAVED And auhl and much loved so, my liven. An answer I would pen; And in the Ijcthbridge Hi this I would sen. Ootr West, on prairies rich and large I W� hae n�e braes nor burns. The rivers big, in coulees deep. Flow on wi' mony turns. Ilut then the land for miles and m>iles I In viigin beauty lies) ..... Feriile and guld awaiting him Wha'il claim it as a prize. The puir 'come hero to find a haroe, A ste.-idin o' their ain. Won! has been received of the dcathW Mrs. P. CJ. Wilmot of Kingston. ^Ont..'a sister to Boiij;,' W. !>., A. J;:l�. J., and Walter Whitney of ithiscKy. The leading Kingston paper. "The Whig'' has this notice con-jcerning her Aath:  "The death is announced of Mrs. Wilmot. wife of rater Wilniot, grocer ^corner, of King and Princess Streets at c> made to the above named Ins|>cc-tor or to JOHN STOCKS, . l>oputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Edmonton, Alberta. SP�CIAL BARGAINS IN REGINA FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERS SHIP. Tie citizens of Rt>gina by a vote of 102 to 22.1 refused to sanction.the gr.inting of the gas franchise-to tho 11700 buys acre lot corner Weeiminsler and Charlte 1000 Bomptit, comer ol Wood, 50x115 ' ^; l'�X) Bordett, comer of London, 75*125 1900 Redpath, near Wood, 50x125 2800 London, near Burdett; 175x120 2100 Crabb, corner of Cburtland^ 75x125 < ; :J700 will buy 11 lota in Mock 70, BWdet., 276x185 750 buy 2 lota in ArgyleAve. ' North Ward Property tloOO buys two acres on McKillop st.  - 1200 buys two'acres Turner and Allen 176 buys a lot Higinbotham addition facing Ry. track -1200 will buy two acre lots Turner Addition Most of the above can be had on very eaay terma. Foil particulars on application. ' These propertiee willy never.; cheaper than they are today. Itt9 acres choice fruit lands on Kootenay lake, comfoii^ble house, stable, etc., 400 trees, 13 miles from Nelicni and half a mile on lake front. Can be secured for t220O. Priee 15000 i T. E. PATTKSON Real Estate and Insurance LETHBRIDGE I Co. "^of Cleveland. The verdict is tantamount to a decl.�ration tor municipal ownership. The cimipan.v conducted a strenuous campaign to get the franchise. 40 Acres PostuMister Blain of Strathcona International Lighting and Heating 'has resigned. Cloae to city, for snb^iviaion :piir'^:'4 poses, wanted by pnrchaier witli^{| $5,003 cash to pay down. Give 16. cation, price aiid best terma. Box 8, Herald Office. in 4 lots on Westminster Road 4 lots on London Road - - - 2 lots on Baroness Road 3 lots on Bartlett st. (close to gas well) 2 lots on Grabb st. 11 lots on Ford St. (close to flour mill siding) 4 lots on DuHerin St. (good site for residence) 5 lots on William St. $300 each 330. �� 750 i( 400 (( 2,500 (( 320 i< 350 (( 225 (( 14-roomed house, centrally situated, suitable for a boarding house only 3500 on very easy terma Brick jhouse and 6 lots on Weatminster rd. 4500. 1500 cash, the balance eaay 4-roomed cottage and \ acre, dotein, price and teims to easy to mention 5-room cottage on Crabb St.. 1350, 300 cash, balance easy 7-room house am Bartlett st. only 2200, 6Q0 secures it and the rent pays the balance 160 acres, 5 miles from Lethbridge, fenced, good buildings, lots of water cheap a.t;15.r)0 as acie 700 acres, fenoed, good buildings, 100 acres broken, and a coal mine all in working order, 13.50 an acre. This property is centaally situated from Lethbridge, Rnymone. Magrath and St. Marys, all gocd markets for the products of the farm and mine. s An excellent section half way^between Raymond and Magrath, only 12.50 an acre UNIMt�ROVKD LANDS HUDSON BAY LANDS An opening for a dairy business in Cardston House and big barns, twq we|ls, blacksmith shop, only 5 min. from the centre of the town, 1460 on verr easy terms, well worth investigating Over New Post Office TKe H. MACBETH Agency Office Hours-8.30 a.m. tiQ (B p.m. ;