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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDaF DAILY HERALD 4, 1010, SATURDAY COURIER Beginning with to-morrow's issue The South Alberta Courier will appear every Saturday. We want The Courier to find its way into the homes of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Sometimes yon'H like The Courier and other times you may be mad clear through, particularly if we happen to rub you or some of your friends the wrong way. If we give the other fellow a dig you're bound to chuckle over it, so you had better read it any way. Sunday reading is a problem. Of course we shouldn't spend the whole day reading, but some of us do. Now when you buy your Sunday reading to-morrow DOXT FORGET THE COURIER. If you haven't read The Courier you may want to after reading the first copy. If you have read The Courier 'before and didn't care-for it you may like the next number better. v To-Morrow's Courier will tell you "V What "Harmac" thinks about Wear- ing Hats in Church; about certain pro- blems now worrying the Ministers. about the Board of Trade, and a few- more "live topics. Music, Drama and Society: Construction: Municipal Politics: In to-morrow's issue we have a few words to sav about civic nffairs. We've picked our favorites for the next elec- tion. We're- telling 3-011 about some officials in whom you may be interest- ed. And don't forget the Auto and the Mayor's Chair and the Commission Form of Government A few odds and ends about the shows. tog-ether with a of interest to women. This page ought to be in- Teresting. If it isn't its because we're a few points shy on ability. The Newcastle Courant: This is a very old British Newspaper. We are reprinting some news matter from a copy One Hundred and Ninety- Eight Years Old. Its all news to 1155 and when you read the Spanish News- Letter and about the Killing, of Indians in North Carolina yoirlL get vonr C-? V monev's worth. Sfiorts; "ur -Tlie Courier is running some new sport dope. -Not aline is reprinted from any oilier paper and you can Bank on It the dope is all Squander a Nickle: That's all it costs to see whether you like The Courier or not. .Remember The Courier is on Now don't forget. That's the now title we have given to iJjo Builders' Page. "Under this title vye're trying to keep .the builders and posted on affairs of this nature. Investments; Everybody wants to make -money. Some bave the knacK, others haven't. We want to tell von about money- 4-1 making chances in Western Canada. Of course we're bound to fall dowm sometimes, but just the same we're try- ing to make this page worth while. The Soil: to have a conventional "Keal Estate and Farms Lands so we hit upon the title of Under this title well try to keep abreast .of .the times in matters pertaining to real estate and farm lands. On Sale Tomorrow P. S: Give the Kid a Nickle DISTRICT NEWS has sold quite 3. lot of lumber this _montlL He' says thing's" are :getting I better ev-ery day, i We see ifr. Bell is lumber I for J. H. Watson. Ii looks like thax i the new store Trill go up right aTrar. Bros, are turning over a'dte 3ARRHILL Tne government well drill is MANY 'BERRIES DISTRICT Many Berries is located on riie Weybum line of the C. ?.fa tot Of sod with aelr Kail road. j tie Sear that isere oeeu over E. T. Boycott and W. Boycott visit- oa c R ed tne new coal mine, and after a hard j rhja-r takins Ion2 nine In work, succeeded in getting a-'siartinr'ti- station." good load of first class coal. .narry Bej is aele to zz.- S, Paul had a narrow escape of get- afver iis tins hurt at -the nexv mine by not dm- j 0 __ r Bering his place well. He careful the next time. NEWS FROM TWP. 2-15 J. A. Jocbein was out in the east country on business last week, visit- between tlie Bost office'and the! I ing Lucky Strike and'other points! He'general store. They hope strike j {reports favorably on. the appearance water in a few days. There is already} of tie- country in thac part, and on the i one go well some -two miles j i class or settlers inhabiting that sec-'east, gives a. bountiful supply iuoa. of water. This township has 'greatly handicapped in the past! through the difficulty of obtaining! water, and the farmers have been com! v.'istsr is looking good. T, "s-saiiier from seeding time until now Sis extremely favorable, and we e'.ery reason to expect a bouati- ''-1 C.-M ssst iall. pelled to haul as far as four and five! be more: 0 -n, ,r A. R. has just got larm implement shed finished, and has' ag i-etiisricss sv, sa'i j -i it stocked with macrunery and wagons.-: _ T John H. teamster for A. c- JL rvlarcnessanlt has just gone toj miles. But thanks to the present gov-j eminent, who always look after'the! g services were well ai-ilarmers' interests, they will have more- 21 the schuol house. 3', their disposal for farming op-.; part of the services was reu- eratioas. Several fields have been sown to fall1. Iher are looking splendid, i ooled rfered in sach a manner as -to reflect cie-U: oa those who had it in charge. just gone to i Ball's Head Lake for a load of pota-j toes for the general store. j A dance and supper will be held in i Simraons" new house on Friday, I November 4. All are invited. Miss Grace Marshessault was visit-: ing Miss Hays on Friday. j By reports from E. T. Eowcott and i Win. Bowcott, there is a good seam j ocg of is better, and 10 be of first class coal ranging between j aroand. three or four feet thick, so somebody! Alex. fsr Tz "with a little capital ought to start a j X. lar. 20ii "o mine instead of the homesteaders the winter their own. Otto Eirard Fjid Social at F. A, R. Marchessault is still busy Leihbridse. ting- his s-tore stocked for the winter. I working all ssmne.-. Phoenix Chase ijcs ood doc-j for the winter. j Wm. Peters good homestead iasi A doctor is badly needed in this dis- trict A business for a tor. P. G. Coombs has bought a work team from A. R. Marchessault. back to Mr. Young was busily engaged money to seed _ ting out his mutton sheep" to ship to j cess to Bill Hed Deer. Mr. Gable has bought -them D S. Ries made a trip to is or> business last Tuesday. i James Roan the KIPP NOTES steadier, who makes a Most of the farmers around here' ing possession of bachelcri.' are -busy discing down their land. j where there is good pasture, Mr. JlJll, of the Pioneer Lumber Co. i orders from P. Connor to rnc-.e COWL BRAND WAX OIL Gives a mirror surface to floors and furniture Easily applied, suit- able for hard or soft woods. Removes dirt and dust instantiy. Give it a trial. SALE G.H.LING AXD McKEOWN HARDWARE CO, ------MADE BY------ THE CARBON OIL WORKS, LIMITED, WINNIPEG, MAN. ------MANUFACTURERS OF----- Cowl Brand Stock Drips, Barr, Spray, Vermin Death, Poultry-Peace Ointjnent-of-tar and a great number cf Ranch- Remedies win- for, and not the least of these is tetv Ho !n a sooi caanm in which to live. 3 G' He a I dreti reaay to sow iu the spring. leci'ire on "The Kaney gives a. fine denionstra- --1-5V. Joans. 2 missionary to China, was'tion of the Campbell theory, of farm- at Milk ilii-ar on Sun- ing on some forty ,acres of summer present report an tallow, it has been packed and har- after every rain. You only re- TO scrape about an inch of loose on Jlontiay night was a very'dir: oTf The 105 and below the earth enjoyable affair. The tables were1 is simply half water. This ought to loci-d good things and those i raise .a bumper crop, and is an escei- -vere treated with every cour-j'ent example of conserving the mois- tiEy by the iosu j lure. He will have some three tiuii- Barrows went as a delesate I arecl in next- year. Joan. Kale is once mere amongst ns. and we are glad to see him back lie has been all the states, trors Beuiel Sunday school to the pro- S-mday school convention on i j, the declares this iOTvnshin has all the trs PIaces he tas been in. beaten when it T comes to sood farm'iand. H? has s'.eai-rs. as lor tf-iL save ;nera was tin: comes to good farm land. He some two hundred acres all ready for, j seeding. j j The Star Line road to Barons is now and is a credit to the road master. Gus Johnston, eonsideriag iha small amount cf money at his dispos- al. He has certainly made a spletdid job of it. LABORER KILLED ON Vs. RCSEMEAD TIT-B1TS riJ-.-r.erc Hemtbili made atrip -to after hay. tnrf Alfred Peterson on Thursday'of "vis or. hss way to where te intends Jooking for! BUiLDING AT MEDiCiNE'HA Nov. j Crr. w-o hss been working at a 3aDor2" erai.ioyed or. :he cor.siruc- summer is back on thejtio" of the adc-t'.on to the Alberta Ko- aboui o'clock Monday morjj.- A Urc, avecded iho dancelias' :h" lbe of the wall iOot- i Jng ar.d feil t.o ;.hc ground ;injuries that resulted in bis dea'.h a 1 1 It seems that he stepped bacl: to' jr.void tbn barrow of oricks sud _ ir.iortar conning up no: noticing that, jc.'-nn? it as the CTOTd "0! Tlrpd of ir. si rains ot "Where- my little dos; sone." man WPS 50 cseto the edge of the! a: Jroni Coleroar. s] He alJgniod or. head! c.m- ,as: week One o! his children rendering him unconscious He was; the fever aiso. ,Q bosp.ia] a: once, tat he; Jinrrv Davis havin.? compieTet' hlsjaid no: icgain censciousriess on horaestesc! went to Lc-rh- i Ho was a young unmarried.! Monc'rsj. vjitre iie inienusjiivlng with hip brother. Charles., on; tr.e reel, in uie tast of tb'c- city. S Friday Saturday 100 pairs Empress Shoe, to sizes 2L 3, 3o, 4. Friday and Satur- day specials Ladies Femina Skoes, all sizes, S Friday and Saturday specials Home Comfort Slippers, Fur Trimmed, Friday ansd Saturday specials Men's Velour, Box Calf and Friday and Saturday specials r Williams1 Heavy Grain, Clump Sole, Friday and Saturday specials ;