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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta No better farming region in the West miles from Coaldale, 910 per acre. Otto quarter section of choice irrigable land, 2) miles from Coaldale, $23 per acre. Oue quarter section improved irrigated land, It miles from Coaldale, $40 per acre. Three quarter sections improved irrigated lands near Lethbridge, $20.7S an acre. CITY PROPERTY Two acres, with a neat little house in Lethbridge $900. One acre lot on Crabbe it, $600 Three choice lots on Riverview Addition, $000 A FEW OF OUR REAL a* GOOD SNAPS at List your Lands and Town Property with the ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY if you want quick sales at highest prices. We have enquiries from all parts of the globe for all kinds of lands and investments. ALBERTA REALTY COT. Write or call C- R' DANIEL, Manager ^ BIock upon us LETHBRIDGE, - ALBERTA Lethbridge HOSPITAL'S GOOD WORK ho Irrigates his meadow luto in tho I lull We till know that much rain -O- und snow in the fall is u guurantco Splendid Record of Year Ended in " s"-0nggrass n.u foiiowng spring. r - | It is so with our trees and i-hruhs. �? it'.ivc them frequent un.l copious wat- -o- i .rings in the fall and they will he , , . .... .i , .. vhealthy ami vigorous in the sprin;. One of the Institutions of ... , . V. . . u . ...... . , . ... r, .. ! Wo have no rtght to take any than J�th* ridge is justly proud t� the Oa.t i , . T, . ~ � .i. tl>* with our hosp tul. Tho annual meeting of th GOSSIP �y ** ON THE SIDEjTaM,cr subscribers to tho hospital vas hold | last Friday night. Vice-chairman. | John Stovell presided. Tho board of j with our treua that menu i�j much for the present and future of ings have cost uh much llnx* .ind money, hut no other expenditure management presented a report lor ; ^  ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ tho year ending Juno �0 whic.i , valuable m Croat Falls as Klinutxl a total oxnendituro for tho .. ... these. showed a total expenditure for year of over $20,000; $8,800 for ; t repairs and improvements. $12,000' for operating oxpenses. This hosp.tal is now one of as There should never I e nny minting in tho inteyigont \ maintenance of these parking im- tho iProvemont whoso value cunnot Ic .___ , i , . measured by dollars and cents. 1 best oqulppod l� tho west. Tho skill' ; ... . ii i 1 have many times bofore referred to und success of its staff Is evidenenced i .. . . . . , . ... , ,__,, ,, , the important matter of watering by the large number of patients from ... , , ., , . ,. ? . ... ' I our trees, sufllclcntly In tho lato W\ outside points. During the year pnt- ...... . . . , , , , . , , ,. , I0"'' 1 refer to It now. because I not- fonts from forty-five neighboring , lw> ^ Js being neglected. I shall towns, villages or country districts.. , ... , _.. , . , . _ ..ihavo something to say lator as to were gran-tod admission. For ill1.. , . . . , . ., .... ,v ... .. . , , . (the appointment hy tho park bonrd patients tho total treatment was ul-1 , ... , , . ;of a city forester. most ten thousand hospita. days. fully. "I've saved $17." The youtij lady blushed and looked down .a the toes of her boots, and mabbtt.l the inoffensive earth with her p.i. � J usol. ' I think," she said faintly -  think, Charley, that's about no-i>v- CIVIC IMPROVEMENT.  >ng: Gn Sun(,uv thu l)0(lv ot a ,tl|l ~�-  prawn mun wus foui.d near thj po- lio wanted a city beautiful. ;Mco ,)os, on tho rivel. lwllk. Senv�y A city thut should lx> fair, wns ft \,lcyc]0 to wj,ich was nttath- A city when- smoke should nevor roll j is( a goo(i sil{.,| parcel. It was U. IMlovs upon the uir. 'alive-tho body-nnd on Iwing \vak?n- Me wanted a city where uri should bo M, ,,v ,m, conHtablo, explained A city of splendid hulls, I tnnt it w"ft!, waiting for the ferry \\h>io culture's touch should appear ,hnt ,ho n.n'rcel contained Eye-op.-n  "I'011 ors from Calgary for Sage. Leth - bridge, and that they would prob ably all sold before the ti-ain Tho battlements and walls. from Culgary got there. lie was lit [go with a caution. while in adUit.on more than fwoivo hundred out-door dressings wore ad- ( ministered. J. I.. Stovell and 51. | ilurford were aguin elected to the lK>ard of management. Tho putionts ndmitte.l iluring ih> i year oixling Juno 80th. nmnW-red Jltt j Thoro were. 23 deaths during tho your. The ambulance had 8") en'!;;, i It is noticeable that the patients included p ersons from Montana. , Urttii'h Columbia ami all th-3 west -ern pro^'mces. Ciilt Ilosjiital is rec-1 agnized �s one of tho l)est in tho west nnd people come for thousands of m.les to bo treated h?re. PA HIS OIHSOX. W.C T. U. CONTEST -o- The W. C. T. U. m�d had not reached their destination, people are not so lazy that, I !�*;:c-They came ucross a farnwr und''ll,'ru nvo elevators to haul Uum l-v.ii.iuj. was a Hreai success �.�. fr"U|jhl for '"wetionB. lie gave them'""'" �oor to the wther ami then well attended, Mcsdamas G, II, ,ho rPclu,,-ctl Pointers and they �ta. again-and as for a moving Johnston. II.C. Moore C U iMii- jtP*' OUt Soon they wx>ro lost .staircase, it is probably ono of. tho�o iols. A. E. Humphries and Rent �vre'�,,C0 ,n�re an future. It is a yoar ago since Chris Eck. that is meant. John A. Silver told me tho oth?r day that the freight on an HO,000 car tilled with grain, from the Bid ing at his farm to Lethbridge was $81.81. For the siuuo car to Foit William, Ont.. he only puid $ll�7.B" (hi a 00,000 car from his iunit to l>ethbitdgo ho whacktsl up $27.R4, while tho freight to tho head ^pf l4il;o SujHtrJor wus only $152.10. It wns tho sumo car in each case. Pretty high rate for u seven mile for theso women. TIm general ox-celle left they wero only sorry that tlwo was not a modal for each. Finally 5tr. Austin In a neat little spojeh, - - - - ,(,.;,,, Tho railroad commission ought gave the decision in favor of Mrs. , *t0T ^ n sorry and nays it was tho best ton ho ever spent. An Ontario oxchango tells the following: it is of a Chcsley g-irJ that sir. Ktiner, XMn nnrdy, Mr. Harrof and Miss Rurnctt were all greatly enjoyed and heartily oneotwl. Mrs. Pawson In hor select'on from to marry a ntost devoted lover un? til ho had $10,000. After sonvo\�nde'l on the east by tlw eastern oundi�r/ of the Province; on the south by the southern boundary of the IVovimv. and on the north and west as i .1-lows: Commercing at the prii-u whore the eastern boundary of id,. Province t� intersected hy tho third lino in tho Dominion lauds system oi survey. which Is the lii.e between* Townships 8 and 0, thence westerly following the said lino between Town ships ft and 9 to its intersection with tho line between Ranges JOunl U west of the Fourth Mei-idiun, thence northerly following the sa'd line between ltange" 1� and 11 to its intersection with Iho fifth lav; line in the Dominion lands system of survey, which. 'H '"ne 'W�'u Townships Id and 17, thenco westerly following the. s�;d busa line t wost bunk of tho St. ifary River to Its Intersection with the south boundary of the Blood Indian Reserve, xhen.-e westerly following the south boundary of the said Reserve to its intersection with the line between Ranges 27 nnd 28 west of the Fourth Meridian, thence southerly nlon* the lino between the said Ranges 27 and 28 to its intersection lh> boundary of the Province of Alberta. ('. V. lfcmnvtt is the registrar. RESOLUTION IIV THE UNION. -.->- Tile following resolution has bejn handed to the Herald for publ'.cnl -Ion: lethbridge, Alta., Oct. 28. Whercus it has come to our notice that certain firms, school boards nnd church trustees, have purchased enal from tho A.R. & 1. Co., at whose mines a strike was declared hospital and went down early in !� taorning to get tho nninuil. While trying to mount thn horse ho fell tn tho ground and fractured his U g had Iks-h weukone! great railway nuigiiatc will soon have a transcontinental lino runni.-t^ through Raymond. At present tho onorgles ol the Northern Pacific colossus are bent upon getting into Vancouver, that task accomplished the next move is \n tonnoe*. Curds ton and Pernio, ih. as all his equipment is first class and the service will bo abreast of the situation's requirements. What has been accomplished along the line of Iho Northern Pacific and moro will l>o accomplished along th* new tine, because this country has such p start as thai country did not have when Mr Hill invadod a wilderness that now is of untold value to the nation. With the eye nf financial prophecy this railway pioneer sees tho Immeasurable future this- creat West and is laying his lines for the millions that ineroaKis and prosperity will breed. 1 transcontinental connections v'ill Mr. Hill's road Is already here, liansconrlnental connections w|l soon bo made, so lets loosen up otir mints and mnko ready for our best kow tow when tho man himself kow tow when the man himself comes among us. REE'l'S AT "MAG RATH. -o~ (.Vo. Ifenthershaw of Magrath .vas In Ihi city last night. He roportH that llfly loaoen shipped at | Magrath and fully as much ' ngu'n i has yet to Iw shippoii. Tlva farmor� 'n the 51ngrurh district are In a iros|�orpiis condition. Very lltl'.rt wheat has yot boen throshed b'.t that which has been runs front' 19 to 88 bushels to tho acre, on un-irriffatod land. ;