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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 long. (> *�> () c?) (?) () () () (' (?) NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers , fiovKiisoit Bt.fiKr:. 640 acres, 2 miles from railroad, $9.00 per acre. 160 acres, irrigated, I mile from Coaldale, $28.50 per acre. 280 acres, 2 miles from Stirling, $9.90 per acre. 640 acres, quarter mile from railroad, $10 per acre. 640 acres, two and one-half miles from railroad, in sugar beet district, $12.50 per acre. 9,000 acres finest laying land in Southern Alberta (perfectly level) $7 per acre. North half Section 2, Tp. 5, Rge. 21, 30 acres broken, I 1-2 miles fencing, $12. per acre. / () (?) �> () (?) (?) (?) (?) (?) () (?) �i (i) w () () T y y X ��.;.�.X^.^� t DRRYINC. If you winh ii raying or moving of any kiml tlone. call mi us. We have the largest and Ik>mI equipped cartnUitv First iloor south of 0|vm House I'lionc �'. NEW SERVICE tmroucm to CHICAGO i , Through Tourist Sleeper Daily to Chicago and Intermediate Points via the Great Northern Railway's supkri1 new TRAIN, the ORIENTAL LIMITED Ton list sicopiii^ oar rates aru one half utaiulavd sleeper rates, livery convenience, cvery comfort. For par-tn uliirs cmpiiru from 11. Much-fin, Agent. Let h bridge. | S s Minnesota sails from Seattle* for the Orient Oct. 20 S. S. Dakota sails from Seuttle for the Orient Nov. 28. .V.h day of XnVfiWx-r, A.IV. lOiXJ. in Council tin' Municipal Council of ihe  *ily of |jt�tWtfiiljp" intends in roil  struct tlw loilowliii*, work as u local improvement. nnin.'ly: The luyiiiK ol a four foot plank sidewalk itloiiyr ill.* W.-i -.id-,of llur dette Siret-t from Itiiroui'SK ltoud lo lti sliv.-t an I uloiiLf Hi'1 i-iisl will" of lliirili't11' Hlivot toih.- south side of llompns Stiv�*t. Also to lay a tlin>.-� fool plank walk ailing llu* easl side of \V."r-ons eowvrned are here-liy iiiitili.fi ih.it unless lli.i m.iioriH  if till' OWll'I'S Ol' t 111"" lands to ll' llf- ferted i -pres.'iillntf at h-ust one naif of ihe valii-.' thereof, petition th-I'oiinril i> proceeded with nn.l lli.> cost tln>roof ussohs.'d nffnlllKt tli.' jirop.,rl> .ifTortiHl as proviil |.y lli.> |ly-la� in tli.it IM-Il.ilf. I>iiti*ii lliii. i'.li ilu\ of N'ov.-m!' t. All . l'.lOit C I! IM)\V M.W. Srr,i(nry Tivasnr."*. Lethbridge Opera House Coming 1 i Ni^m only. Friday, Nov. 23 WKWl C!HAMI)Kltl.AlN'S Mule-dramatic (Vumxly-tl ra ma Succohk. CAUIlSTON from the Star AftiM* two years of inissionary work in tOnglaitU, Kltior.llugh llrowi rolurtiiMl to Cardstou Inst Prliluy. Il for lan I 'near tlr� Antnu school-house nl-iit nix tnilefl HOtltll of I'unlMoti. it;* ourly jinrt. of the wwk, Mr. . .len.uen of Aetna, pnrrlmsed the Hn'iin : l^tul. pay inn 822.50 per acre for .;. It does not look liku things arc "ijo. ing bnckwanJ" with our vigorous young neighbor-not much! 1 Two m-n-cial trains for Cnrdston mnrlvs a now epoch in mir cominw -; clal liiNtory. It wtis the lii-Kt tin-v that -tli-rj hig engines had crowwl Hie I St. Marys Itiver nridgo. ihrei t eiiglnwr, acroinpanUM Mr. Van Pelt to the Iteid Mining t'op|i>i-Claim* on Kennedy t'r�vU. Xovem -tier Tith. 'I'hese gentlemen spontlhiVii days, go.ng and coming, Inn wli.-n they arrived nt lite mine tlioy found thot over n foot of rruMed snow 'oveivd th,-> mountain and n really Rood view of the formation could not lie obtained- As another snow Ktonn whirled over the mountain th.' party left and fame to Car.lston Mr. Vnn I'elt has ItnW rlos.st up I he ivork for the winter but will go on again in the spring as soon as the weath.-r will permit. Some '*i'h specimens of ore were liroiifjlii ilmwi by Mr. MiAillie and oHvr in-mU'r" of the party on this trip. Hket'*li of Man Klcciod ass t.'him" Kve-cutive of North Uuko-ta. l''iirgo, X.U.. Nov. 12.-*' Honest" �lohn llurl�i. that's the'popular OasIk nation of thj governor-elect ofNortii i iMkoln. As his nam..' iritfrato** Mr.! Hurke is nn Jrishmatj. Ms father cnine to this country a very young; man and North Dakota's nojet governor was born forty-seven years ago j on a farm nAir Rlgoiirney. towu. He I saeuiwl his early education in thei common schools of Iowa, and at the '. age of 'J."� wilcrcd the lnvv deport -; unnit of the Iowa university and graduated in the same class with pX-th.ef Justice N. V. Young, of this slato and Judge Wade, lhi� well known Iowa jurist. After spending two years in pr.ic  lire at l>fs Moines, Air. fturke re  movo�l to Northern Minnesota end , put rm two yenrs in that roglan. j Ixxtei* ho located at St, .Inhns In; llolelte county, North 1'hiko'ta, nml I soon afterwards went to the county i sent at Itolia. Ho built up a b.g \ law practice in thot region and >vas; thix"' titiR--i elerUHl to ths legislature j serving two terms in the senate and one in the house. In 1808 he re- 1 moved to UcvII'h Iiake, his recent horn.', wKiv he built up n big prir-lice and coralled considerable of tliin world's goods. Once liefore he was on the stale ticket as a candidate for the judgeship in the second ili�-trict. Mr. Hurke is not a handsome man lie is built on Hie tall, angular style of agriculture, but his ability as an 1 attorney and as a political lender has Ihvii amply demonstrated. Ho. is a good miser, popular with all classes never touches llipior ami a strong Cat ho lit' in his rotigiotis Is*-liefs. West Food for Children is pure, wholesome Bread,-makes 'em strong, active and happy You can Hale* that kind of Bread from puRiry FLOUR Produced by the most modern milling from the very finest Western Canada Hard Wheat. Yields moat nutriment at leaat coat Absolutely dependable In Baking 8*ld E.v�rywb*r� In Th� Craat Demlntoa WISTIRN CANADA FLOUR Mlkia CO.. tlmltarf Mills at Wlnnlpaa, Codarlch and Brandon s FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE It VVMOMi. (I'roin the throna-lr ) Tltl'IA WONI>KUKI I. OUT IN tt l.ott* of FARM LAN OS O. W. KERR CO. Lutlibr'ulRO, Alia, t Minnonpoliu, Minn., Html Oflicoi INVESTMENTS I'lTV PROPEKTY Soniothiny I'Xi'itiny; Comedy. Prici's (Mlf. anil 7.V. for this diit�> only. Sonts oil silk* at lli^inbotliaut*k dnitfstoiv. l�on't forget lliti ditlu. IV A. Sti'inghnm and wile wen* over from Tirlwr this .vtok and furnished a nice budget of n.-ws from ihnt thrl\.nt? eiiil>ryonie imHrop.ilis. (in,' of our old time Raymond r-si -di'iils Win. rrolK-rt an'iui^ oth.T ownern ol roal mines i> i-statilislli>:i hiiiei-li .ii a position to clip roui> >ns  ill lii'ii'ls as his sole oeeupation wl.'.l,' Win. llullork out of the pro ii of his roal mining veminvs will l.e aide to Sii'p the wolf I'roin the .1 o for many ihi>*. A roinpany rons'-.l liiK ol Win. I'nvl-'ii. 1!. .1. W.mi.I. II A. Siriiiitliaui iui-1 so.no nth'n. who wn a K-rlKiu and a half of land oi i'hiih ihi-y have a roal mine, havr leiisoil to Thou. I'atiorsnn und.*r a royalty whlrh means iinJopendo'ie" foal tls'iv at retail s\>1Ih ut SfJ.T.O per ton ami they have it in the v.ivil all the tiuiv A roiiuii:iu\> Iws Ijeon appoint.-ii on tl"* project of huihl'MK a now in.s'Uiu* house and nlrvadv ihv rork is on ilie ground for th> ' foundutioii mid ilie lumiier is roin'ni; in at a livoly rate. Tlw n.-�w build inp will U- somewhat larger thai the old olio and will approximate $-IOOo in cost and tlw C.iitenlion is lo hold nervier in the new Imlldin*; on the I'ropli.as iiirthduy, U.v. 2:1. Kil. Allen is up from Warner huv  JiiK liiiisluil tho twenty-ono room hotel the �>. W. Kerr Vo. is |iiltlili� in then*. I'll.? opi'iiiii;� of SpKn^ is to H.v three Keneral more-hand.ko Ktoreii and a Imnk go in us start*ts fur ttio Utile sister soon to lie added to Hie list of Sunny Southern Alberta towns. W'llinR tanners like others alon the linn of the A. It. and I. have ' ivii in sor.' neetl of ears, some i ( whirh the factory could not release because help roil).I nol bo obtained, and ivi'.i;;iii/'in^; the dilemma of the Sujfiir t'o. came down in force and uiiloade.l ewrythinti in si^ht. Welline farnnrs tfot cars. ---e>----- NANTON. It has Uvn said that tho human hand is ihi> most period tool over creutotl. Tliore is indeed no limit, apparently to its pen'ormaiuvs; it {Hides the |K>n and tho plow; moves the lever that controls the groatest battleships, wiih the lightest tou.'h sliapes the lens that makes visible '.he otherwise unknown slates of ln-tlnite space. It Krasps alike the nn-plenivnts of rough lalxir, thi- arlisl'i. brush, ihe rairsfcon's knife and iho doliroi,. �m;raver'N tools, y,.i in ell Is einplo.Miiollt there is none thai shows Its adaptability s-n. tho Cre.it. With his loft hand, e points ut one lime four I'.iiKlidi billiard twills. Molding his hand in plain si^hl he shows \oii botuivn his fingvrs. one two, three, four ���- I Hard 'alls at a time, iimk.nu; them ap|iear and disap]�le of entertainers. Ale-Kwen eoinbinos his wonderful control of hypnotic force* with his Ml|vrn\t-| ural abilily of mind readiiv; and Hives a performance un ipiallisl on the worl�l:s staKw It is l�*yont t!� pow.-r of liuinnu enduranee for on-' iitiii to Oil an entire rv.iiin^ under 1 the tremeiiilniis strain lh.it Mr Kwen j works, so h1 is assist.il by u com-' puny of hi|;h class vaiidi'Vllle |vr - ; formers, besides Ivillf; iNpiipjVfsl with! all new and speriul sis>n*ry. 1 his j tnlenled organization comes 1�i I^'tli-j hrldijo for two ni({hi- be^innlitK W."rt-1 nesday nipht. HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS i TELEPHONE NO. I Wirt A I.I. KINDS OK Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHB & MIRON J i - Himnrs hciiolaiisiiii's. The An exhibition of a novel and interesting character will l�� giw� on FriilayafturnfMin un Main St, by Idaho .)aek and Cliarlie l\w Kid MAV TOW'S OF W'AKNKfl.- We ore | Trices will tun from $100.Co to now selltnK HusinesH and Itoskkittial .$200.00 for I�iiKim*ss i�ts. and '.-oni U)ts in the New Town of Warner. �n $25.00 to i*75.0U for Itesldential lots the Alberta. KaUway, !VJ miles South of lvthuridKU. Th.s is the moRt promising new-town in Southern Allmrta. Ii is tho iiiitro of a larft-o arva of fertile As-riculturul J and*. Tho topography of the country oi; ifther side along tile railroad ni.ikis it tho most accoasiblo tiuHiness vctv ire. It will control absolute.y tin; trade of a very lni*(fp territory. 10.1,. onrt nrres of land trjl uiury to Warner have been sold this summer to over 400 American farmers, a lo e.e �iiiml'ior of whom will become aetu.ii settlers. There is now a New Hotel built, and tho.ro tiro already located a store, livery barn*, and lumber yard, and several residences. Now* is your opportunity 1o got Lots Cheap- Tho earlier you buy the better selections you can make. Write O. W. KKItlt CO., at I..* bridRt' or akply at their onVes the Southard lllock. in WANTED � 20.000 acres Chotco I'armins Lands J2 miles from City of Lethlridto. Soil: A heavy dark loam with cia.v subsoil. S.tiiution: Land lies by unproved farniB. Will sulxlivide in |>te-cels lo suit purchaser. First class general a^ent for tlie Lotlibiid^e district - for one of Canada's leaiUni; Life lusuraiire Com -Panics, only those who ran prodm.y Hood business n.isl apply. I'ers-iit.il application desired. Apply staling advance required iigaii-st the best Kenornl iiRentK contrnct. Sun Life AsKiirnnrn ('oiupuny of I'nnada. Cal-Bary, Allierta- 10,000 acres adjoining New Town j of Warner. Soil*. Itich loam.  'ay subsoil. Tho tract -,s subdivided in parcelK to su*.t purchasers and will be sohl on very easy terms. | N'OTE.-noud our '^ai'iners in anothor prize offer column. . M. FOWLER & CO. (!oneraI lllacKsinithlug and HorsoshoeinR. New buggies to oixlor. carriage paint-imj, all kirwls of woodwork in wagons, windmills, fanning mills, croum sojiarators, grain picklers, bUu:k-sinith coal. LETHBMDCK. AlBfKTA. (fioin the News | 1'ivd Mutton broiiKht in th- tin *st Kiimple of No. 1 northern wheal that has tio-n roceived nt. the Nant.in l.umlri>r and tirain C'o.'s vl-vnt ir since it started a month ago. Mr Mutton's uheal was risl life, and v a-> sowed on fwsh sod and not put in very well either, with iho result tiint the veld uas I it lit in spots, culling the a\orago > ield down lo less ttuitl Uli bushels per acre, but tit' quality j was unexcelled. 1 hoinns Hood's wheat also graded No. 1 northern, and was nearly up to Mutton's in ((u.-ilili-. This is th,. only No. 1 northern that lias l.-.n -.old hero this season. Karly Tuesday nioi*uin� Mr. lliiv nan. living beyond the Littl.i Mow, had los left arm torn oil by a thresh ill'.*: much'ii* 'Iho m.o'hint vhs 'iu-d start-lie about 7:'*"� in the morning and Mr. Itanium's left arm was I caught in the big Ix-ll next to the separator. No oiv l.nows ev.-ict ly how �it happene.l. Nol only was his arm torn off, but his* shoulder bla Ii up to thn collar Ikiiio, and also som. of the muscles of his left breavt. The next election ol Scholars in Alberta and Saskatchewan under tho Rhodes llequost will tako placo in ihe month of .lanuury, t0O7. Tlii*� scholarship is tt-nutih.' lor three yoar.-. and is of the value of JCHOO per annum. Tho conditions of adm.ssion aro to tlie e(Vct thai the npplicai t must be ..a) a llritish subject, (Im iiiimariv* I (cj between nineteen and twenty-lice \ears of age. and (cl) have reacii'.i the i'imI of iho second joar's work .il some recognized Mejjriv gciili'irJ Colli-ge in Canada. An important departure has l� -n made by Ihe Trust.-s's of the Ithode. IVxpiest in tluit u student who his lak (*) (?) ;