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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Farm Lands City Property HOMESTEADERS LOCATED A few snaps. They won't last longr. NEWS OF THJS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers I CARI>STON From the Sim- I 640 acres, 2 miles frnm railroad, $9.00 per aere. 160 acres, irrigated, I mile from Coaldalc, |28.50 per aere. 280 acres, 2 miles from Stirling, $9.50 per acre. 640 acres, quarter mile from railroad, $10 per aere. 640 acres, two and one-hftlf miles from railroad, in sugar beet district, $12.90 per acre. 5,000 acres finest laying land in Southern Alberta (perfectly level) $7 per acre. North half Section 2, Tp. 9, Rge. 21. 30 acres broken, I 1-2 miles fencing, $12, per acre. y 0100:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0^ DRRYING. If yoTi wisli (Iraying or moviiiff of any kind �lone. call oii us. We liave tho lartjOBt ami best equipped oartflge )>tisineBB in the city, with thoroughly expesiened iiu'ii in ciinrge. All work promptly nttended to. Hay nntfOats of the liest grade for sjile. Coal, dolivorod to parts of the city on short notice. Western WarehoDse & Transfer Co., Ltd. CirV OF LETHBRIDGE. XOTlf I OF LOCAr- MF.vrs. IMPUOVK- jNotiOf is lii^rohy giv�?ii l)�at. in pursuance 01' a rosolulion iiassoil on '-hu :,U\ finy 01' Novon'4)cr, A.lK. 19fXi, 'n (Council tho Miliiii-ipiil T'ouin'-il of ihp (."ily ol' IjiHMn-iiigt? iirtmls la con � struct th�^ followiiiK work ns u lociil improvoincnt, nain.'ly: Tho laying: ol .1 foui- foot |�Iaii!i sidewalk aloii>r ih,,- Wi'.-i .sitli.-joi" IJur-ilotto Slrot't I'roiii ItaronosR Koad to Kedpalh sUvot ami. a loan- thf oast After two" years of iiris.sionary i work in t;ngland, Kldor.ltugh firow.i i ruliirni'd .to Oardslou last Frldii.v. ' Ho is iaeUng well and look.n^ line : and says that ha has groatly T.ioy-' ed his Uvliors while abroad. A low years ago Mr. Wil.l.ain Shyt-' field paid 80.00 por aero for land near th.-j Aetna school-houso al.:iit si.\ miles south of Cardston. ' i oarly i>art of the wcok, Mr. V. i-:. .fcnscu of Aetna, piirchasoti the samn l^nd, paying $22.50 per acre for ii. Tt docs not look like things arc "qo-ing backward" with our vigorous young neighbor-^not much! Two Nijocial trains for (lardston ! marks a now epoch in our commvr -i cial history. It was the tiirc I that tho higi engines liad crossed the j St. Mary's Kivor bridge, tho fi.^i j time that two s|>ocials hml nuuic I their appearance here in one dav. I'll car.s of live stock for Kuropem ! markets tvas tho cause of this, rush of business. Mr. McVittie of Medicine Hat nn c.\j)eit engineer. acconipanir will permit. Some -irh specimens of ore wore brought down by Vr. .McVittie and olh.^r iTO->mbors of tho party on this trip. nAVMO.M). Sketch of .Man Klected as Chief Ko;-cutivc of -Vorth J>ak inrf.cates Mr. Durkc is an Irishman.' H.s fatlwr i to this country a very youn;; man and N'orth Dakota's noxt gov-' ernor was born forty-.soven yiears ago on a farm naar Sigourney. Iowa. He secured his early education in the common schools of Iowa, and at tho age of 25 entered the law depart - { Diimt of the Iowa university and 1 graduated in the same class with e-^* Ch.ef Justice X. C. Young.; of this Stat;? and Judge Wade, the known Iowa jurist. After spending two years in prac  tice at i>nfd to Northern Minue.sota j-.nd put tn two years in that' regi3n. Later he located at St. Johns in lloletlo county, North Dako^ta. nnd soon afterwards went to the county .seat at Holla. He built up a b.g law practice in that region and was thtw times elected to the legislature .sorting two terms in tho senji/te and one in tho house. In 1898 he I'o-niovrvl to Jlevil'.s Lake, his recent honvi', where ho huilt up u big prn.':-tice and coralleU consi'derahlo of this world's goods. Once Iwforc ho on the state ticket as a candndale ; for the judgeship in the second ili.s-; trict. � Mr. Uurkc is not a handsome man Ho is built on the tall, angular style; of asrictilture. but his ability as an I .attorney ami as a jiolitical leader I has licon amply d'c^monslrittod. Hoi is a ROod mixer. pof>ular with all classes never to\ichcs liquor and a strong Catholic in hi.s Mligious I>e-licfs. puRiry rLOUR Produced by the most modern milling from very finest Western Canada Hard Wheat. Yields moat nutriment at least cost Absolutely dependable in BaKing a�ld everywhere In Th� Graat Demlnloa WteriMN CANADA FkOWR MILLC CO.. Umltae : Mills i*t Wlnnlp*B, OiMlarich and �raneen FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBStDCE STOP AT THE (I'roin the lihronicle.) Ortice- First door south of Orcra House. Phone of ilonipas Street. that cn*bi->onic metropolis. Also to l.iy a thro.-> fool pl.ank One of our old time Kaymond rosi -walk along the east side oi West- dents Win. I'rolwrt among other minster rood from the c tid of ihojownei-s of coal mini�s is oslablishi'ijj pmsent sidewalk to tho .�.iiior of 1 himself .11 a position to clip coup.}n.s McK.ay Stree-t. ofl' bonds as his .sole occupation .Vnd nil person.i ooncorjied are hero-j wlrtle Wm. BiiUock out of the pro iti^ by iiotiliofl that unless the m.TJority j of his coal mining ventuivs will bo of tho owners of the lands to he af- ! i^'^'o 'o keep the wolf from the d-ioi looted reprosoTTting at hast one-naU ' f"*" "wnj' dtty.s. A com)>any co�) I ing of Wm. I'loJiort, K. J. Wood. 11. ! \. Stringhani and s., 1906, such work will be procoi'df'd with and the cost thereof Hatf-d this (>ili da^ A.P., l3C. 23. I Kd. Allen is up from Warner hav -i ing finished the twenty-ona rooiTi hotton interesting character will be given : Lumlier and Orain Co.'s elsvntir on Friday afternoon on Main St, since ii started a month ago. Mr by Idaho .Jack and Charlie the Kid' liuttons wheat was rod nfo. analls. Holding his hand in : plain .sight he shows you Ijotwecn his fingers, one^ two, three, fo\ir liard tails at a time, them apiiear nnd disappctvr at will. ,Wor-niann did this trick vith throe, tui McKwen outranks Hermann in this, as ho cloes in mtiny of his newer tricks and illusions. While the late ITen][iiinn was the greatest of his paotioilar style of entertainers. 3Ic-Kwen combiivos his wonderfiU control of hn>notic forces witli his supernatural ability of mind roadinn- and gives a. performance unvxiusiUod on the world:s stagv. It is Ijoyoiid the powor of human cniluranco for oix^. man to fill an ontiiv evening under the iromeadoiis strain that JlcKwon Works, .so ho is assisted by a company of high class v.audovillo ivr -formers, liosidos Uiing erpiipped with all new and special .scenery. This talented organization comes to Lethbridge for two nights boginning Wi-d-nesday night. [hotel DALLAS] WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS f^o:o:oX)TOMoriio:oTo TELEPHONE NO. 1 FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON When you come to the Metropolis stay at the Palace! I Hotel 4 H UODKS SC1 lOLA 11S HI PS. WANTED First class general agent lor Lothhridge disiriot-for one of Can -,--jada's leading Liie Insurance ^ . . ipanios, only those who can produce, 20.000 acres Cho',co farming Land.s \ \ 18 miles fom City of l>.lhtr.d.te. Aj.ply staling ^ advance rofpiirod tho Ijost J quality. This is this only N'o. I northorii that has boi.'n sold hor.^ this Soil: A heavy dark lonm with i.iiiv subsoil. S.tuution: Land lies by improved forms. Will sulxlivide in parcels to suit purchn.ier. general agents contract. Sim f^ifo Assurance\' of Canada, Calgary, Allwrta. 10,000 acres adjoining New Town of Warner. Soil: Iliqh loam,, "'ay siibKoU. Tho tract .s subdividrd in parcels to st/t purchasers awl will I be sold on very easy terms. H. FOWLER & CO. tioneral IJIacksmithing nnd Horso.shoeing. NOTE.-Head our pri�o offer i'ariners in another coluinn. to Now buggies to ortlor. carriage painting, all kiwis of woodwork in wagons, windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain picklers, bUuiW-smlth coal. lcthbkidcc; season. Karly Tuosxiay morning Mr. Bun-nan, living boyond the Ijiltl.j Ilow, had his'loft 'arni lorn oO' by a thresh \\w, niachin.^. Tho miiclviii.! vas 'iw^t about 7:no in tho morning and Mr. iJannan's loft arm was caught in tho big l)ell noxt to tho sepnr.ator. No one l.nows ov.aotly how tit happened, \ot only w;as his arm ton� off, but his .shoiild.'r bla le up to the Collar bone, and also sonio of the muscles of his left breawt. Rov. Thompson Korrlor jof Ilrandav has bfton appoinloti suporintendent of { the Indian MKscions af the Mothodist w\LBEKTA.' Church in tho West. Tho no.vt election of Scholars in .\lberta and Saskatchewan under the Ithodos lioquest will take place in the month of January, 1907. This scholarship is tcnakle lor throe year.-. ; and is of the value oi X300 por an- i num. I Tho conditions of ttdro..ssion are lo tlio eflwt that the applicart must ho ! (a) a llritish subject, (b) unmarri.'.l. 1 (c), between nine Icon and twcnty-li/o � years of ag�, and (d) ha\t! reach?'.! : the end of tlia s-jcond .year's work at somn recognized Pcgreo grav.tiiivc ' College in Can.ida. An important fieparturo has beoii made by the Trustees of tho lUiod.s Boqucst in Hvat a student who Ii-is \ taken a full two years at a ! Colonial {.'nivorsity is olii,�!l)le for ; aidmission without having proviouslv passod the examination in firoyit. Uofore Iwing gran�curist Ciii-s oil all through trains. Two Tkrougk ExprtM TrtiAt. Apply to nearest C.I'.Hy, ag>vit for full Unformatioii. Canadian Pacific -o- WESTERN EXCURSIONS SINGLE FARE Pivt $2 for the Rottttd Trip -TO- VANCOUVER VICTORIA -o- Tickets on .sale Ifcc. 1, 3, 4, l!t, II, ir., lOOti, dan. 7, 8, and 0, 1907 good to return within thi�e months. ; Every house in this ttown > UttA use for ti jewelry store I once ill n while. > A prcBimt to be bought, niuy-be. Or somebody waiit^ a >Vat�jli. Or the house needs a Clock. Or some Silverware. Or a ring for the Baby. Or u Brooch. And then it is thnt wacan Im| of service to yon--nnd then ii^ it tlint wo can show you wliy:-; our trade (;iows steadily anid constantly. Welake care of ALL your> varied wants in our lino: Ivr. ]. Armstrong JUWtLER ENOBAVEH OPTICIAN. ,> I Agent fov BELL PfAHOB^ Ii Hi 4 ;