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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pasre 3, MEDICIN HAT If you a iv iulcresicd in the City of Medicine Hal. call at our office and let us you maps. Mile prints, etc.. oi' City View Sob-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F.C. J. R. Anderson, Manager tr BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and '25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott Block MK. HOMESEEKEB We have a house with furnace and sewer connections for payable cash, and 325 per month until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE........LOANS 'SHERLOCK Wilkie Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal, 30 Lots Bow Island. each. Easy Terms. 1-4 Section Irrigated Land. Close In. per acre. Good terms. COAL FOR SALE. LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE an tint In Hit; power SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rose spent days visitiim at the home of I Host's cousin, Win. Ingram, of j I'id. and Laro Lokkcre of Siavely, visited Thursday and Friday at K. lOnjren's and Saturday and Sunday wli.ii M. Brathamar. 1 I'ibson's KntK'stoifs at j K. Zanders' on Sunday. i Mrs. Kugin, Miss Sophia and Her; [Dunn, .Messrs. Lokkcn, and HraihumiH' services were conducted on May 1.4 in Sundial school house by Kev. o! rarmanuny, and was fairly attended owing to ihe facf that not many knew there wns to bo service. Mfthodis: services May -i at by Hev. Mct-'onib Lutheran services by K'ev Kasimer school, June 1! at Everyone welcome, and he time. Messrs. Buhliu.uer, Har v Let hbridge callers on .Men- that the Cannangiiy pustor would fill i few P'tip't i" this fit-id. For some rea- Mrs. So" unknown to us, 'ho Neville. Le.th- reach fiHd. Preparations have on for some time by (hr> Rolling Green I-'. F. A. for the and io be .nivei] at the house on the evening or Juriv '.V 'rho .services cf C. 1C. Vaidcx. an ex such celebrations, have Kiforls arc :iteo beinji made to h J. Guinsey, from Noblf, and lavor us with an address on far.vK-rs-' organisation. .lohnsu'i iii'.'c or it. G. L. Ritchie is ference at LeiVjridge 'his week. Mrs. Finders and .Mrs. cijbcrt v at Mrs. Bows', and Mrs. 1 isr. Friday. .Mrs. Pciry is visiting frier.ds in LOST LAKE las! The jitse. Lewis and l.u Li'lhi-hd.iC' for tlir sun A jolly s'uix John (Jlsor.'s new ,.aH' ate shouci'y v.'ca- rtins arc i E MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 1855. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL. ItesiTve Fnwl 80 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINIpN mi'! COftni-JSPONDKNTS in all the Principal Cities of the I STATES rind (JIlteAT BKITAIN, and in all parts of the Id. LETTERS OF CREDIT in GRKAT BRITAIN av.i! ail Hi'ilOF'KAX CO! K to THE CORONATION you will need one. If you Collections Promptly in f SI up-aids received and interest allowed from Martin all endeavors to prompt, and intelligent attention to and invites your Account. ith DiAMONO CITY BRAiVCH -K. I) .J o las son. Ma nag'er D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER c'fi's barn. r.tin e fi'. nes v i'rtay. ji Barnes went. !j lux wec-k to prove in i, i KHl. (I Miss Aldrougn is on eiCM j! a sore throat. .Mrs. C. K. Osceu and children ji ed at Enycn's on Sunday. Mrs. Helmik ham Hyde the Springs on Si'arks frcrj; cause. ncing his Haiuii 'fonvcr is U'alrer Bryan is thereby cutting off the croo'xeU road, and improving the- P- this district. i Sonie people nniFi think i; ornameii- to have stques srat-ererl .ill ;v; 'our main highway, sit least some make. FROM VULCAN The buij giver, by the Vulcan Aihlet-1 Severtson and Abra- it a practice of haulins- them no cinb v..as a success both socially man in front of the cr place but along the ro.d. linanciaiiy. The boys cleared abo.-n Henipe! planted MACLEOD IRON WORKS Machiuis.ts BtiUer Makers Blacksmiths Sieaiu and .tiasoliat1 rrari.ion engines reinireii. Machinist? and BorJenr.Rkers furnished for on'side work. Hart-Parr suokcs. cap bcrews, set scre'-vs and st.eel, Alberta svandard boiler fitlinss. AVENUE FIFTEENTH ST. Post Office 49. Phone Connection. We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm. 2 1-2 miles from growing' town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. THE 0. W. KERR CO. o T LATHROP.....RESIDENT MANAGER Mathers came out from on Friday. Mr. .Ir.. and Thomas prepared last. Several real estate transfers thisi 11 growing. iweek is a healthy sign, but we hope it I population, and KOI. i Leih- some time ago on land year, and reports them V. Lockhart purchased a heavy came out from Lethbridge on SUT- of work horses and is breaking jose any of our vaiued citizens. urday. jljP his homestead. j Our harness maker. T. Mrs. B. G. Dunn called on .Mrs. L. K. Jones on Friday. j SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, May Rickett NEW DAYTON in !i Rev. McComb went to Lethbrid.se j on Tuesday. Mr. Craia. R. X. W. M. P.. made a business trip ro Reid Hill last week. i B. G. Dunn made a business trip to t. arm.'ingay on Monday. i .Martin i-iendrickson. was a Leth- Bridge caller last week. I Miss Anna Andersen visited with fie Misses Engens one day last week. Lcckyer is on the SK-'K list with an attack of la grippe. i rari Bergman has bought another t of horses. Me expects to do farming r.his year. Huton Roberts and Mr Folkaud T-ere Lethbridge visitors hist week. .Miss Sophie Engen spent Monday aid Tuesday with Mrs. B. G. Dunn. Mr. P.etaldin succeeded again, and hid his auio going at good speed when Lo reached Sundial on Friday. i C. K. Engen made a business trip t> Turin on Friday. has gone to Barons and Granum on G. Xate spent. Wednesday Raymond. Homeseekers" excursions are Bring- ing in considerable people. R. E. Skeuh is progressing ni with his new residence. It will be a groat addition tc this part of the country. Geo. .A'-chie and Greeno left for their Mr. Molden and Mr. ar.e. preparmg to do a good n V4 on Monday. Suthe returned from Lc-thbridge on '-Vtdnesday morning Ii. Gammon >-peni Sunday Lcth a very broad smile on his face these, days. V.'ell, a twelve-pound baby will; make them all smile. About six inches of snow fell rhe business lfore part of lile "ceelc- ancl the reports! was ar, all dav visit- are of lhe most kind' :pr with Mrs. Gallispr last a ln seciion.j (iav Nearly everyone is through seeding.! a trip 10 Barons this week brought out. their Binders. They ex- pect to have something :o harvest this and deal of a ideal as trie ground is in The Bank of Hamilton has changed managers, H. Hanna is le and Mr. Campbell, oi Nanton. year. Airs. Galliger ard .Mrs. Rickett. at- tended church on Fun dav. services be-ls takinS his P'ace- future a'J villaSe school is to have a well drilled in the near future. This is a needed improvement, and jn one bridge Mr. Harvey, west of town, has yur- a power Rumley plow engine. Messrs. Hardy and Clark, from Stirl- ing, were in town after coal. Becker and Yat.es had lots on hand -to supply their wants, Duncan and MacPherson are busy ing held in the three o'clock. I The Sweet Vallev scliool is progress nicely. The huiiding is to be ccin-jthat should have been made lon- pletecl July The board havej written for a icarhor, so as to have! NEWS FROM TOWNSHIP 2-15 school commence on the 17th. The hreaking near here arelthese days trying to keep pace with Mr. GaJbraith. collector for the -m except when j, jg'their growing business. ternationa] Harvester Co., was m Th-e goi) ig. Engelhart who has been looking vicinity several clays this week. jurated with moisture to a depth of'after Jones and Dill's elevator, has Mr. Link and Harry Rickett made or eighteen inches, ;ind with .been transferred to Warner, trip to town this week for feed every.- feu- days Chas. T. Cousins is busy writing in-! seed. i-irpaL-ino- innHirinns 'sui'aiice. making loa.ns and selling real j TOWNSHIP 5-17 NEWS Slomon King, the chairman of our! Louie Olson was shopping at. Sweet. The school was visited [estate. The writer understands that! I {School Board, has been very sick late-j Valley one day this week. ;fey The jnspector a sllort time Hejhe is doing a good busines. ly but is now recovering. Another R. L. Blake went to Lethbridge on Surely ihP railrond is not far off.'mafje_ through here yester- repnns very favorably on the progress j ii: Monday to prove up on his homestead, A young lady lie. T. Cousins and C. Mahon went with [our vicinity s over west, belonging to; children's Day will be .observed at nt to town by a. neigh- :lh. sch00ihouse' on Sunday. June 11. 'him as witnesses. bor for a pair of shoes, giving descrip-j Tbere is every rospec-t" of a pros- 'GOVERNMENT AGENTS CHANGED AROUND The death of the late Thomas ________ Chris Larson of Twp. 0-17, is going tion, of what she wanted. but neglect- 'peroils year ,-n tb_is district. Grass is can. formerly agent of the Canadian; However the jto build a new residence on his pre .fully omitting the size. who is always ready to! and other garden stuff has been Rogers, formerly of Indianapolis, is clays I Jay Rickeii has purchased a every reason to to Kansas City; and John) democrat, which is strong and rootny.jlluu produce Doris Baughman was an overnight not ,oe import-) Aird. of Ottawa, is appointed to the agency at Indianapolis. acres in T. 6, R. 15, and per acre. 1-4 cash, balance in three years. acres in T. 6, R. per acre, 1-3 cash balance easy terms. This land is the finest steam plow proposition on the market, ail within six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-Vv'eyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHSRIDGE, ALTA. Alberta ana Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market I U eacli situated north of the track growing rapidly, so there will be no j government in Syracuse, X. V.. has j jeniption. ,mcivi.uui.. :Sh0rtage of pasture as there was last! resulted in the transfer of a number; Empire Day will be observed in 'he make sales know of a young nr.n w-'Ojyear. wheat is now an assur-'of these officers in the United States.! Tyrell's Lake district by exercises in could give him information. sprjng. grains not'-lchn Crawford, formerly of Kansas; ihe school house by the school ohiid-.the shoes were the very kind and A greal many was transferred to Syracuse: W. rcn; .'the right fit. R. J. Blake is spending a New Dayton. J. H. Bafon, who has been spendin i'lbe'winter wilh his family in of Klsic Ricketts, 'can. X. D.. cyme back on Saturday. i Xephi H olden and Henry Jones liift list week for Taber. where they will jwork ar. the irigaiion ditch during rhe summer. T j Scott and family, acompanied j mornin: !by James Tyrol! and son from lies j of Lacs. D.. spent Sunday at the home 'of Air. 'and Mrs. R. L. Blake. Mrs. i who is a sisier of Man ford PINCHER CREEK NEWS Pinchrr I'lcck, .May has continually since Monday the streets arc a mass smile that won't come seen on tin- face of every in KM One rancher, in with your correspond-i PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of. any building we have built in the West." So writes? a large firm for whom we had a large contract. of Two, '1-17. has been visiting home for lent, said i! was surprising how a few 1 ouickly the hind dried up after the re- cent three days' rain, and that: the coiiniry would not siificr if lhe pres- ent coniinued for three v.Ti-Ns in come. Kvervbody is in joy- at her brotner months, but will this v.'eelc return Kcrtb People neighborhood who! are hutching out chickens by the t.se incubators, are com plaining be-: of chickens rhus j moon, inosc days. They all Day passed off here wtth- r can use one orJy, j ritii, rxcitvment, even io a oin'ir.s st r light, o'.it j finin. "Souiiasiers did not cnt'nuse to WELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472. You're Sure of Good Work from Us. :o jcause several ;batched our are jhave two legs, i ia.s the other is ihe exio.nl. us usual i aci'ount of ibe The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. jio one side. In this connection it :rnav also be mentioned that writer' time ago pis n ted some water r.iel coki Ion seeds, and, judging from the appear-; A Of Rchckns held a !aiu-.p of the Plants at this time. hc wi" j jp hali nn Tursday night, 'most likely get uoou crop of cao- iusice next fall. The .piestion is 1ow: is to blame for these disturb- lanres? Nobody knows, but a strong !suspicion seems to rest upon Bill who has boon hlosving rocks dur-jlows shrine vvf1' wtMihcr ;HIV kind i .Mrs. Pike's blew down, and 'destroyed, during bad storm ihad a couple of weeks ago. j Miss Hetty Mabee. who ha? 1 wifb her bro'her. Ma e Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street South. Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. OFFICE EQUIPMENT and FILING DEVICES in steel and here were about two hnn- ii. The affair was a huge cnjoyyblc lime ii. Many of ihe Qddl'el- i in aitrndancp. and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and wood. OFFICE TYI'KAVHIT'EKS SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. respectfnily solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inquiries promptly answrrod. Thanks, call again. we returned to hoiric u'ear Portajp. Moiit.. on .Monday, was aecom- !iy her brother, who is e.vpect- i'od bark in days. FOR SALE OR RENT Two seven rconieu fully mod- ern houses, wl'h fire places and full basements, close in. cash handles and bal- ance aVranged. One six roomed fully mod- ern house on Crabb St., cash and bal. arranged. For sec. raw land. For particulars apply to 719 5TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 1156 Fire, Plate Glass, Burglary, Automobile, Employers' Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. Asquith Liadsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phons 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands 310 7tU St. South Phone 363 i.iowji iierc this morn- camo willi a team frotn j !KMT. but tiio panic was i rais win nave y. convention at oh Saturday af-{ endorsed cliurcb union in a ternooa. 'iory way. ROLLING GREEN Rolling Green. May a few j I from here ait ended thr Lone- Star Lnd- Aid box social, and report a great 'success, both socially and financially. Ben Popkes and Hob Johnson in Lethbridge making thiMr final proof on their homestead. C. K. Finders ac- tilPJli. "here wer? nn (o our pastor being last, Ih in which n look part A and oilier r llit- nuiV'i biirn Apiaieur Minslrcl '-irnied n the opcrii house audience. TiiC S'KHV 'd from the first to n wilh a dance. our yount; people iiieciinE Io discuss that has been called by Monday nipht. Fiiilay ic roiiiicii rescinded iro- Carmangay, wiUi the understanding j tjon accepting llic Goltiic JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 IO-ACKK GAKOEN TKACTS. 1 rlO-ACRK GAKDKN TRACT. I 40-ACRK GARDEX TRACT. THKSH are ail irrisatod nearer the city than any other irac.is, and v.-e guarantee thern PKUKKCT. We are the first of irri- Sf.ted to Riib-divide and our prices? are ?30.0y cheaper than othors of like qiKiiiry and location. make terms to suit, if you intend to improve (he property. also own a nice 1-2 acre with cottage and chicken sheds located in city limits, cheap and on any terms. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge You will Have to Hurry are building a beautiful modern i BUNGALOW, close in. Has fireplace, I etc. Plans can be altered, if you act f quick, to suit buyer. Easy price. Easy terms. THE Dowsley-Miilhem Land Co. Successors, to The Dowsiey-mcMiiian Land Co. Phone 544 ;