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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I . ' \ -k. J" r �_ f* f IT f-^ V I 4 i. 4 - > Aonutl Diitrid Meet f On Tuesday nivil Wednesday, May 14 th and 15th the Methodist minis -torn nnd lay delegates of the Modi-chic lint district nNsemhlod in their unniial district inuetinf/Tvt Motileinu lint, Owing to the Illncfm of the chairman, llov, J. M, Harrison, Uev. W. A. bowls of Macloott, ami Hew Thoft. Powell of Maple* Crock presided. ' Tho returns from 11 w various fields showed nn ineronnc of momlHU'shlp of 201. Tho contributions to missions were double thane of In tit year reach-Jng tho Ana total, of $3,!20O. The other funds of the church showed Kiuillnr advances. Three young tuen wore received as caiHlklatoR for I'ho ministry. Messrs. O. A. Kcttyls of MncLnod Houlh, L. W. Allah of Swift Cor-ront, formerly of Lethbrldgc wo corn I, nnd C, Plnhop of L undo reck, The new missions that nre i^comttHHuled are Warner, Hunts-villo nnd Waldcck. Tha dlntrScl v3>U'h now includes* tha /long; Ntrlp from Swift Current in Frank will he divided at, a' point he-tweon Lcthhridge and Modieino Hal, the two new districts to l>e named after those two cities. The meeting passed a strong resolution on the bolter enforcement of I ho license law in Sou I hern Alberta. A short memorial sorvleo for* ttov, I�V-18* Cory/was held at which several of the members spoke of his life and work, Tho Indies of the Century Church entertained the members ami numor- onb friends at a dainty supper. ^ THIS GtllCAflO OP TII1Q CANADIAN WEST. In a recent Interview, N. T. Mac-leo'd, Secretary, of the town of Coleridge, Alfa., said:- "The natural gas that was tapped nt this town a short time ago Is to-day flowing In such large qunnVLiiM as to give power, light ami heat lor | of pcrhAps the most prolific agrlcui  tural urea of the Canadian wont vith such unlimited volumes of pow-'or owned by the town, which power will, be sold for merely nothing. MToday the town of Coleridge offers the Investor, the merchant and the monufacturturer a. field unequal)-etl by any new town in Canada. "We want elevators, flour mills, canning factories, brick and tile manufacturers, glass factory, are clay works, lumber merchants and general merchants. Inducements In form j of cheap power and sites will 1*3 of* i fere*J those who mean business and will communicate with ma. "The cllnmlo is very mrthl ther* be* #t*A frnfl a' rents and t)ukes laird*, The rich man's vast domain. nnd IN :� million people. The tMMt. iuv winter, while ilecUlod to mafo OolorJMleoi:le. the the will Written In reply to verses by Gilbert line, printed in the "Hamilton Ad* \crtlscr,'* by n local Scot. Although I'm faur frac Scotia's shore And Blggar's "beauty rare" 1 welcome nyo tho pn|>ers sent Frac fivens I've left owcr there. To-tlny when t gnoenceful Sabbath days, Her meadows, Htren\iw and ancient moat. Iter volleys and her braes. ,To "comrades fnr nwny" 'twas said This song Is dedicated The tribute welcomed by us a1. Is much uppreclaUHl. Although not anc o' Uiggar's sons, 1 claim a clone relation, For a' Hiv childhood's days were The C. P. Railway are building a large round hotue a: have settled on Coleridge beiiiR a divisional point (or their Crow's Nest line. We offer you in a lot in the lownsite of Coleridge nn investment that will double aud treble in price within the next 6 months, because the "boom'' and rush to Coleridge is just commencing. The best power and railway facilities in Canada West are offered by Coleridge today. If you are interested find want to learn more of the Chicago of the Canadian West, write me today careDept 119 N. T. MACLEOD, Secy., Coleridge. Alta. u my spent Clew by your habitation. Ami ho, my nuld and much lovod fiven. An answer 1 would pen; And in the I^thbridge Herald print. To you this 1 would son. Ootr West, on prairies rich nnd large Wo hne ime braes nor burns. The rivers big, in coulees deop. Flow on wi* muny turns. Hut then tlve land for miles and nKlos | In viigin beauty lies. Fertile and guld awaiting him Whn'il claim it as n prize. Word has heen received of the drnth^of Mrs. P. U. Wilmot of Kingston, Ont., a sister to Denj., W. 1)., A. J.;*II. J., and Walter Whitney of this city. The leading Kingston paper, "The Whiff**' has this notice concerning her AVnih: "The death is nnnouncerl of Mrs. Wilmot, wife of IVtor Wilmot, grocer corner.of King ami Princess Streets at ^tho family residence 244v Hrocl; St. Doccasetl was forty-seven years of age. She had been ailing Hince 13nstor, but up to a Tow 9.-048 for 1907, 1-nst year it wus 517.14.V That is going Over 12,000,000 homesteaded fa St 1002. lioon since KOTK?li TO KXGlXEKilfl. f ^ XOTICK IS HF.UKUY OIVKS* that nn examination will be held by Mr. .los. lluxton, of Calgary, a duly dperta Sample Itooni). Macleod, May Hist. Pimliei* Creek. June 1st, (Arlington Hmnple Hoom). Frank, June ttrd and 4th (Frank Hotel Sample Hoom) l.oihbrldgv, .luno 7th nnd Sth, (A. It. & I. Heading Uoom);. Ilaymond, Juno imh, (Town Hall.) tlardston, .1 uno 12th, (Cnhoon Sample Hoom). r At 0 o'clock A.M., for the purpose of giving engineers ami apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Certificates under the provisions of the Steam Hollers Act, 1900. Application for examination should \h* made to the above named Inspov* tor or to .1011X STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Fdmou- m ton. Alberta. > - -v'!.. m Tho puir ''come hero to find A ste.idln o' thoir ain. home Hev, Dr. Ouit7. has |>roKeote-� on very easy terms. Full particulars on application. These propertiet will never cheaper than they nre today, � 1 I(i9 acres choice fruit lands on Kootenay lake, coinfoitsble ilea from Nelson and half a 400 r , if >�_ * mile ort lake front. secured for 9220O 95000 re Real Estate and Insurance LETHBRI lit' Co. of ClnveloiHl. Tho verdirt tantamount to a docl trutlon municipal ownershii). The company conducU^l a striMinons rampnign to get the frnnrhlsf'. f Acres m Close to city, for sub-division pur-iwses, wautotl by purchaser, with PostinaHtor has resigned. Hlulu Strut hentm I ,003 (8. Herald Office. �i � terms. Box it j ?or �nnnp'r-nprinnnnnnrTinDDnr: n. - � -i j - 2*1 4 3 * U n (J a a a 4 lots on Westminster Road $300 each 4 lots on London Road 330 2 lots on Baroness Road 3 lots on Bartlett st. (close to gas well) 750 400 2 lots Crabb st 2.500 11 lots on Ford st. (close to flour mill siding) � 4 lots on Dufterin st. (good site for residence) 5 lots on William st. 320 350 225 ii ii ii ii ii ii 3500 on very easv terms Brick home aud an acre UNIMPROVED LANDS m mtf An opeuiug for a dairy business in Cardatou Ill'DSON BAY LANDS r House aud big barns, two wells, blacksmith shop, only 5 miu. from the centre of tha town, 1450 on very easy terms, well worth investigating u J Ma ' '.Li �i a i > 4iJ - - Alt '�MX t: Over New Post Office t ?. I. 1 nr irtnnnn Office Hours m. tiD f �� r" P IT ? K ^. f * f. - . ^- - r j_ -' * ^ � l*.-Si ;