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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r Lethbridge will be the Chicago of the West ^ NEW SNAPS IN No better farming region in the West ^ CITY DISTRICT A NEW LIST OF FARM LANDS FARM LANDS Ten sectiotiB of choice farmiug lands, 11 milM from railroad, $7.7S per acre. Good terms. One section, extra good farming land, one mile from station, $13 per acre. One half section selected farming land, two milef from railway, nenr Silver Farm, $iO.50 per acre. 580 acres, fronts on the irrigation canal, 2 milei from the railway, $11.50 per acre. Quarter section good farming land on the Alber. ta Railway, $10.50 per acre. One quarter section of choice irrigable land, 2A miles from Coaldale, $23 per acre. One quarter section improved irrigated laud, 3 miles from Coaldale, .$30 per acre. Three quarter sections improved irrigated hinds near Lethbridge, $26.75 an acre. CITY PROPERTY Good modem new house of six rooms, two lota, well located, $3,0U0. Four lota, with new residence, in North ward, $900. Ten acres with four-roomed house in North ward, $1,00(1. A NEW LIST OF QTY PROPERTY 1 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 CO'Y. Write or call upon us C. R. DANIEL, Manager LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA �OJfAV HAVKD rOI'U MF.N. One oi the Awful Tm-Riicnts of the Wreck ;it Atlantic City-Huslnuwl Wiis llescuptl. ' wuK liiilif.g- and I roncliMt in ami soivod (iiu! by (ho hands. I hoped it ivii.s iii.v hiislmnd. T drnggeid the liands through and iiji to thu siir-fiico. It was not my luislHind. U WHS 11 man, his facu bleeding and ono Standing: out cousiiicuotisly iunoni; cj..! loin iroiii the socket. Ho cjuld th*.' dced.s of heroism which charac - . sulm unrrible sounds like animals fighting, i'"". ond I did so want to creep into It was terrible. I knew ve were all that boat and rest. I was .so tiriMl dooHitid, but somehow 1 broke the |hut how could 1 with my hu.slmnci window jr. tho upper part. nui dyiny down there animals fighting ))chiiid inc. Somehow I Irokc the wimlow. I crept out. The suction was terrible. rOLOHT HJCll WAY TIHlOl-Oll "Tho water, rushing into the itr.r past me, tried to force mo back, 1 hold tight to the window sashes. I '^'"s near the windc The broken glass cut me deep, and {'^nct T thought I must be able t I a^d not mind. I pushed myself | reach him. I pushed my arms throu"' through. 1 floated up through tho Tho glass cut ine terribly, but oilier and saw the sky. did not foel it. "Ihfn I thought of my l\i .i.'.'m.I iiiul those terrible sounds. I .i:--ed. 1 i(-lt tlie coach^and opened iii,' c.vis iuid looked in. Oh. ' cannot tcl 1 ' 'SniNleMly niv hawls wc-re hi;k you whiU I shh . it was worse tliun I.^'^ '*',v hea�� If^aped wildt.\ any nitrlMtnuri'; it was a gl.nipse o'"i'Jhat's .stirel.s- he, I thought, anced my feut ng- �l.'.stcn-there wi'Vj initii and uu-;ainst llie woodwork and pulled. 1 cluU-hiiig, tearing oa-h jOI'oni/d ni.v e.vos .ivlh(! salt, vater Oh, I renic'inilx'r it so-uwomuu, with black ha'lr lloiulii-.g liehinil her look PRIZES FOR THE FARMERS Orrered by the 0. W. Kerr Co. for Yields of Different Grains. ^ "Wu n-ant to hear from larrncrs in tho Lethbridge, Kaymond, Chargal dcscript any intomiation regarding f ho country in general but tho farming interests tn particular. If you have choicn samples of gra:n or vegetables. w� would be pleased to re- ion of the land on which crop was ,eive them. We expect to spend ralsnd, stating under oath the nuni ber of acres and total nuin'cr o bushels: also have man doing ih inro.ind VIO for tho finest sample �> �ats on tho straw. The grain to I e lolivered to our Lethbridge ofllce We are interested in ."^unny South rn Allierta, having taken nearly 2.- (oiiplc thousand dol.'ars advertising Southorn Alberta during the comino; year, and we know of no better ad \ortisemnnt than the testimony ^�f tho farmers who arc farming in that country. We expect to Issue a mag* axine entitled, "Farming in South ern Alberta." This will bo gotton out by .Ian. 1st. We will publish letters from farmers, settlers with a great deal of other valuable information. If you have any pictuivs of fhn rountry which would bo suitable to reproduce in this magar.'nn, solid them to us; pictures showing views of farms, stock, grain, buitd -Inps. or an.vth'ng of Interest. Kvnry-one �ivho R-^nds us a letter picture, BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KIN COMPETENT BOILERMAKER �ENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED |Srrrrr|^)rrdrrr9Sxi)(i)r(s)^^ .OTOTOIOTOIOIOTOTOKOIOTOT^^^ could IX!. "I swam to the .shore utilh him, and the rx^ople ru.vhed down un>l I nearly fainted, but I didn:t, anil then he grew stronger, and we cam.! away. 1 couldn't dive any mori'. But, oh, those poor souls strugglinij; and fighting there, ami, I'li. that poor woman who looked at m�! I can see her eyes now, so plainly." '00 people Into the country soul'i ! samptn of grain, or enyth'r.-r of that if L�thbridge and sold 100 000 nature, will receive a copy of this OS of land to the most progress!\c magazine. _ A WOMAN'S FACIC. ]n,.M liglvung. .ifhtT. Th'" wnimin's hair wa.y stivam. ill-..- liowii over their I'aci-m, v hich l,U,;,JJn.i;. The iiu'Ii'h laces wore also !,l,..'iliiig. .Streams of wat.-r woiv pouring i" ever.\wh;'iv. Kroiii cnu'U.s in windows, from broken panes, from i-.i-arks ill doors. ). W. KERR CX Muin Office, Miiim-upolis. Minn. O. W. KERR CO. Branch Office, Suutliart: bio k, LethbriiUe. AHh I'd a I me. She said sonK-lhing; her cyi's opened wildl.y, ami .she Iwld out �i hand. "I couki not seo who had my it was surging i;p , hands, his head wa.s under the rush- lo th�ir breasts, tint wtill all Couglit. ing ivniler from the window. I coiiid Oh, it was like a look into.-au in- not s.X! my huslmnd, and thought it fcriio, ami ov*.' all, AVas ihal gha.n- was hf. 1 piillcHl, nnil tho boily c'aiiia Iv ni-ey-green light. through. Again I rose, with it, and � I broke n window. C!o>l ki.iws again, and then I thought my heart I ,snw fighting there my lUis-J would slop beating. It was hot'my how, baml. I trtod to draw his eyes to the window, i could not. My breath hUHtnvnd. ".\!1 this takes long to tell, but .n reality the tinio taken was very, very-short. I don't think It could have lieer. four minutes, for each time ] brought a man up 1 un)y .s'ta.\'ed long enough to got my breath. I couUI not have been long, be �aus.> ih,-� water would have flUcd the tiii if it had been. But it seemed rn eternity. T was absolutely hopeless. I xa.-so tiriNl I could hardly mu.'iter .strer.gth enough to sink, but I livl. I could not see into the car ihis ( "mindly I thrust my hands In, and ihey wore caught again. I had no hope in my heart, but tht-ro oairu" to mu tho thought that at lo^ls't 1 could .save someone. IRS HAND AT LAST. "I pulled and rose, and whon I opene boltlc roturneld yoNtorday. Ch'cf of Police f'iari;- Ihv rcTOSs hour i'asLerday, tivo fanniM-s drove by the Kast Side I'ub-lic school, Thorold, u'.lh a load of hay. ./list opposite, the school, one of tlu; iiion was noticed by the chil-ihvM to lie acting strangely. He .s;H'niad lo lip niakir.g a hole in ih t.o|i of Iho hay. ami presently his olijocl was elisccnH'd, whou hi- got into ihc hole and covurotl himself o\'(.'r Willi tho fo'ddt-r. The othurnian drove uji (o tho murkot scales, and (.'hi.'!' f'lark who is tho market clerk, i>.i'.p'lu'cl tlu- load being ijuit;; aware that a f;oodsized mun was being w!-lglicd as hoi'ko lt'ir{! is live othnr man-aivj you not going to weigh bim, too?' quor-i.'rt thi- olTicnr to the d.snmyed sar-pif.sf of the farmer. "\\li.\--nh^-ilh-'re nni'^ nr, o-Uior iiiaii' ha spuitcrud in his con:�usi.)ii. ('onif a Ion:.'.' Oh, yes, there is another mwn, ah-.sert',?d the cliiof. 'Xow, we'll jgo and find him, or thore'U bo trouble.' The two start;-.;! the .slreot and qtiickl.v camo on the farmer waiting ill fi'ont of a hotel. His asl.oiiishiner.'t was something to behold whuii he found out thu't ha was \vant,".d, but tliure was rtathing for liiin to do but to go to tho scales and g;'t wei'ii'hed. Ho 'tiipfxxl 'ihe beam at one hundred and ninety lounds. "rrc-tty fair weight to cheat a man out of his monay,' obsorvod 'the chlei as ho jotted down. IttO more an to the waggon'.s weight. It means about ninety conLs difl'ereuce. WESLEY CHUJICH OFFICIALS The second quarterly official mejt-ing of U'usiey Church was held on Monday tiveniiig. Tho financial' co -port showed an increasing rovenua with increased demands upon it, Ciirri'iit expenses hnd.--bwn met witn tho exception of a balance on minister's salar.v and stops were taken lo linuivediatoly Collect, ari-earagtjs due from cnvelojw subscriptions and moot this oljl.gation. The loHowing stewards wci'o elected. W. A. Ham ^4 iltoii, rocortling steward, C. 11. Dan-.: iel. C. Haley, A. 'M. Uitchio, W, .fordan. If. Livincstonc. W. A. Buchr iinaii. Tho committee appointed to. have water and sewerage put in thg ; church i-cported that the work was i being dona and that the appurton anccs wore n. sink nnd hot AVatorv for tho kitchen, a shdwcr bath fory the gymnasium and lator a lavatory,.:;;: will bo included. . � It was dccide'd to have A. TI. Han-ton, tho well known cvang{3lis't oX i; On'tario conduct a sorios of sarviccs �:: in February. i GXl/r HOSPITAt; MEETING, '-i^i; The regular monthly meating of ^ tho nnxrd of Mann�jonient of tho GaR Hospital was hold on Tu,\'5.lay the l�th "of Xov.,,190U. at w-hich,';j|ji| accounts amounting to $1.56a.8.'J - � were passed for payment. , . y* The Hospital statistics for they' month wore as followsi , ' i,S Xuniibor of pnt'enls m Hosp'.tal/c n: October 1st, 1900, twenty-two. " 'Vf, Number of patients rr. twcnty-8ixj,,. ^...j,, N'utniber of patloAts dlsclwrgtid' ing October, seventeen "^VT ' Niimber of outdoor, drcflsl troatiT'Snts, eighty- throe. ;