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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge will be the Chicago of the West NEW SNAPS IN No better farming region in the West CITY DISTRICT FARM LANDS A NEW LIST OF FARM LANDS Ton sections of choice farming lands, 11 milet from railroad, $7.75 per ncre. Goal terms. Ono section, extra Rood farming kind, one tnilo from station, $13 por acre. Ono hnlf section selected fiirming land, two miles from railway, near Silver Farm, $iO.50 per acre. 580 acres, fronts on tlin irrigation cunul, 2 miles from the railway, $11.50 per acre. Quarter section good farming land on the Alberta Railway, $1050 per acre. One quarter section of choice irrigable land, 2A miles from Conltlale, $23 per acre. One quarter section improved irrigated laud, 3 miles from Coildale, $30 per acre*. Three quarter sections improved irrigated lands near Lethbridge, $2075 an acre. CITY PROPERTY Good modern new house of six rooms, two lots, well located, $3,000. Pour lots, with now residence, in North ward, $000. Ten acres with four-roomed house in North ward, $1,000. A NEW LIST OF CITY PROPERTY 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 Southard Block Lethbridge 1 he M.I- filling an'' 1 thought my husliuiid saw lho I*ird, now. "My husband nml I were ilitwn to spend a couple of days. Wli-n the first hitch of iho tru1 ,lis w'"-v " i' was nut my hus band 'Thut terrible. Think. ever* and tho cur wan in gray dark- "IWhmil and ull around uu> 1 heard terrible sounds like animals fighting. It was tumble. I knew e e were ull doomed, bul boinehow 1 broke the window ii. tho first I hud tukeii u long breath. "i did noi -tWink of my husband then, 1 thought of nothing eNcept > s awful place und Uuiild not save hm A man in a boat took the man ) had pulled out. He mil to I.nid lite, and I did no wunt to iTts'p into thnt bout and rest. ] wus so tin I but how could I with my husbanu upl>er pari. ism dying down there under the water. ; "I d.ved uguin Sly lu-ud felt ufi though it was bursting, mul sur.-ly my heart was heHvy enough to k--e| cape ami Ihu awful mm* of the noise nie in-low. I si ruck the coach like animals fighting behintl mo Somehow I I roke tho window. I crept out. The suction was terrible. l-'Ol CM IT HUH WAY TllltOI (ill ''he water, rushing into the ...r past me. iriiij to forca me back, 1 hold light to the window sashes. I'ln; broken gluss cut mo deep, and I lAd not miml. I pushed myself through 1 flouted uii through iiiiler and .saw the sky. �'lht�n I thought of my In I and IhoKe terrible sounds. I d.-vd. I i.'li I lie conch, and wliete. I'roin erni-k.-in windowK, i'roin broken panes, fror- iitii went down slowly. Tho water hat' risen very high. Only the si ronges were loft, and these were flouting ( their chins 1 looked, and nn- hui-Land was one .>i t liciti. (4i. how in heart jmepetl. I tried so hard i make him xw. He did see me, ai he wavwl his haiitl in a despalrr gesttir*. lie was near the wlnde nil I 1 thought I must be llblo I reach hitu. 1 pushed my arms throtr' the Tho glass cut me terribly, but dill nut feel it 'Wo wunt lo hour from fanners in tho Lolhbridgc Itaymond, Chares-holm. Nanlon and High Hiver districts regarding tho yields of differ it grains In 1000. Wo nro' offering the following prizes:- The best yield 820 ncrijs of whoat, furiners from tho States, many of whom have hecomo settlers. Eo ex-licet to sell mora land during Uio yoar of 1U07 than we did in 1006. We would llko to hoar from avcry farmer in tho district* above mentioned, giving thnir expariencu in Ccihbridqc Iron UJorks Co., Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights either winter or spring, we will of- 'arming in Southern Alberta ha com-for a prtzo of 150 in cash. I|,o�t yield of SO acres of oats $'J5 cash. Most yield of 50 acres of larlov. fan.00 cash. I In competing for the above pr /e-It is necessary for parties compet ng to make nn affidavit, glv.r.g the name. I'.O. address, It-gal U-'script ion of the land on wh'�'n nearly 2- Valve* Pipe V hicll ll el e laies were also j A WOMAN'S l-'ACK. ' ' Suddenly ui\ nui.ils were hi'U tlKhtli. My heavt leapeil wildl> .'J hat's surely lie. I tliotifiht. ..Hi pdlli-d luinl. 1 lirnnil my lejt eg-.uiisi tin- woodwork and pullid. I iipelled nil e\es utile salt v titer Oil. I rellH'llliber it ho--iiw oliiiin, �llh Itltn k ha'ir limit Hi; lielnn.l her look .I'd al nie. She saiil soim-thing: hi-r eyes opened wildly, and she held mil |a hand f could not see who had my .arks in doors. It was surging np hands, his head was under -the rush-' ums, but s-lill all fousin. ing water from the window. 1 coiud in was thai gha.i'. to their l'i Oil. it was like a look into -an lento, and over all is utvy-grw-n light. 1 liroke n svindow (iod ki t'.s ito�, I saw fighting there my tuts-band. 1 triv-d to draw his eyes to ,liuslmnd lh heart would stop beating. Jt wus not my \ll this takes long to tell, but Wo wish to huvo thorn atute numlwr of acrett under cultivation, qua'.ity und quantity of different crops rals-csl. In fact, wo would Lo ptatsod to receivu anv information regarding  ho country In general hut tho farm-ins Interest* in particular. If you have choh* samples of gran or vegetables-, wo would be pleased to receive them. Wo expect to spend n touple thousand dol'ars advertising Southern Alberta during tho comiiu year, and we know of no l-ottor ad vort'soment than tho testimony of the farmers who aro farming in that country. We expect to lasuo a magazine entitled. "Farming in South em Alberta." This will ho gotton out by Jan. 1st. Wo will publish letters from farmers, settlers w th n ureal deal of other valuable Informal'on. If you huvo any pictures of the country which would bo suit-jnble to reproduce in th's maguz'nn. . semi them to us; pictures showing [views of farms, stock, crain, htil'd  fiiiixt. or anylh'ng of interest. Every- SUPPLIES TRACTION Bar Iron Babbit Metal (I Miners' Tool. % BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL. KINDS COMPETENT HOILEKMAKEH SENT OUT WHEN HKQl'lRED could lie. 'I swam to the shore with him. and the |M'oplo rushed down an I I nearly fainted, but 1 didnl. and then he grew stronger, and wvcu'-i-away. 1 couldn't dive any mor. Uut. oh. those, poor souls Mirugglim? and lighting there for life. und.  it, that poor woman who looked ut t>."' I can sew her eyes now. ho pluiuly." one ��vhn s nds us a letter picture. '00 peoplo into thn country south tninpio of grain, or nnyth'r.T of that f Lothhridgo and sold intinoo �. c nature, will receive a copy of thU 'ts of land to the most progressive mai/ar'no. >. W. KERR C 3. Main Oilice, Mimuupolis. Minn. W. KERR CO. liriiucti Otlico, Suutlian bio k, LethbriiUu. Alln reality the tinio taken was very, very hort. I don't think it could lie\e U-et. four minutes, for each ti..... 1 brought a man up 1 only siu.\ed long enough to gel my btvuih I could not have lieen long, leans' th- water would havo filled the uii if ii hud been Hut it .seemed in eternity. I "I pulled -I was absolutely hopeless. 1 �a.-- nI�'n" sell as much of it ns 1 do of u ' olhor lines I havo on my shel\es pu together. Oftho many do/ens so! I under guarantee, 1 huvo not had bottle returned. 1 can persmally re commend this medicine us 1 have -ed it mysulf nnd given it to m children and always with the i � -1 results. Sold by all druggists. age enough, but i found my windo>. and 1 thanked Ood when i fell tit.-wutet still rus-hing in, because i km-w that there still must lo air within. TALE OK A LOAD OF HAY. Mnn was Weighed With Fodder, Hut Little tiunu- Was Spoiled St. Catharines, OiH.. Nov. 3 - \ novel scheme thx Innocent faint.r adopts occus'onully to separate money from the unsuspecting city nnu.. was hroueht to liuht nt Thor.ild yesterday. Ch'ef of Police Cbir'; w is-sharp enough to trump.tho tvick. however, and it hardly likely that the snmo thing will ngiiiu ut -. feebly to �ii!i, und I had boon very j nnnplod, around here at least, by tired, but 1 felt strong- us strong I the brace of yeomen concerned Pur � mil! :h. !� -ss hour yesterday, two tanners In the East Side Public srhnoi. Iliotolil. with a loud oi ti.t> .lust (ippostte the school, one oi the itieii was noticed by the children in i.e acting strangvly. lie s'lti'.l to !� itiiikii g a bote in 111' top ut' the lia>. anil presently Ins object was discerned, when h.. got into 111- hide .111.1 covered hilllheif oie|- th - 1'o.lder. The oihertnati drove up to the market scales, and i'liief Clark who is the market clerk, i'e.ghe.1 ilie load being ijuit.. uware that a food sized mnn wus being � -igl'e.l its horse also, us t lie oHie.'r had I.e-it lint died by a couple t.l t he s. itool children. Thi' chief I .lied lis time. Tho fi.r-iii-r .b-oieawa.v with the load oi ha\ .nl il .-In er, d ii to his customer, l'h ii li.- i ,i in.- lack with the empt..' wiigoi in thnt weighed. "Uitei . i>. ut.. other man-are you not going to weigh lnm, too?' fp;yr-..d the itilicer to the d.smayed sar-pi'.'-ie of the farmer. '\\hv-uh\ -th-re i'1'!'- > other niiui' li � spui t^ red in lus Come llliin  ' �oh yes. there is another num. as--ett t| the chiet'. 'Now, we'll go end liml him, or th.'iv II be trotiMe ' The tv ii start.  I tlio si reel and (piiikly cuine on tho farmer nailing in front of a hotel. Ills astonishment was something to bu-liohl when lie found out that hj wus want il, but there was nothing ed thu he.mi ut one hundred and ninety Mounds. WESLEY CJUMICH OFFICIALS The second t|uurlerly olllcinl iiKvt-� ng of Ncsiey Church wus held oil Monday evening. Tho financial .-u -port shoivcil tin Increasing revenuo uith increased deiuattds upon it-Current expenses had hew met wlin the exception of u balance on minister's salary nnd steps wore taken to immediately collect: urrwirAgoH clue from envelo|K' subscriptions and meet this obi.gation. Thu lollowing stewards were elected. W. A. Ham -ilton. recoidiiig Mtewurd, C. It. Oan-i.l. C IUilc>, A. M. Hitchie. W.  Ionian. 1!. Liviutrstoue. W. A. lluch-iiiiiiii. The comuiitleu appotnttsl to have water and sewerugr- put in tlu church reported that the work was being don.- uml that the appurtenances were a sink ami hot water for I he kitch.-u. a shower bath for tin- gymnasium und later it luvatory will be included. It was decided to havo A. II. Itail-toii. th:> well known evangelist oX Onturio conduct a sorlos of aervlces in February. item and had come to light. '.My husband was nearly dead, and hml orly strength enough to cling 11 ALT HOSPITAL MEETING. The regular monthly mex'ting of the Hn:ii\l of Muno�;oment of the Ottlt Hospital wus Ivht on Tu-i-sluy the i:uh of Nov.. 1U0U. m which accounts amounting to SI.502.85 were pussed for payment. The Hospitnl statistics for tho month wore as follows! XutiflK'r of patients in Hosp'tttl in Octohur 1st, lUotl, twenty-two. Number of puiients remain ing hi hospital Oetobor 81, twotvly-nlne. Nuevhfli- of patientR tidiwlttod dur-'Pretty fair weight to cheat a man ing Oetolx-r. twenty-six. out of Ins money,' olraervod tho chief J Number of patients dlscmirgc4 du^ as he jotte.l down.lDU more on to > ing October, soventecn. the waggon's wvlght. H moans I Number of outdoor dressing* (about ninety cents dittereuco. Itreatmonts, eighty- three. V*^ ;