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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta r November 1012 THE LETIinRIDGfi BAlfLY HERALD. COALHURST Mr. Investor, Do You Realize What An Opportunity is Knocking at Your Door in the Way of Investment READ COALHURST is a good example of a rising mining town, adjoin- ing the Lethbridge Colleries immed- iately on the east, which is known to be the best equipped mine in Canada.. COALHURST is 4 miles in a straight line and 6 miles by road north-west of the city of Lethbridge. It is only reasonable to suppose that a large town will spring up on the Coalhurst Townsite which is now only a small village of 800 people. Competent authority has predicted an increase in the population in the Coalhurst Locality of 300.0 people within a year. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railways approved survey runs right through the Townsite of Coal- hurst This railway will tap some of the best farming country in Alberta, and incidentally supply most of the coal used along its line. COALHURST is the centre of a network of railroads, C.P.R. main line to Calgary, and the C.P.R. Crow's Nest Branch runs along on the West side of Lethbridge Collier- ies, the proposed C.N.R. to Lethbridge and C.N.R. to Saskatoon run on the north side of the Collieries, also the C.P.R. haVe made great progress on their line to Suffield. All these things tend to make COALHURST a town of no little importance. There are about 50 homes built on the Townsite of Coalhurst already, and several more are in course of construction. One has only to look back a very short while and think how little there was at such places as Bassano, Taber and Redcliffe. These towns today are thriving beyond expectation, and offered to the Investor with limited capital magnificent opportunities to. make fortunes. COALHURST to-day is your opportunity, take it, don't delay. -5 Casli, balance per lot per month. A I 121 A TlDftJF7 i? j, oLiAUMBUKnit- CO, ACAD1A BLOCK PHONE 1084 LETHBRIDGE P.O. BOX 282 Or A. M. Watson's Store on the Property. IIW. H. MEAT ADDRESSED INSTITUTE MEETING ON SUBJECT OF VERY GEN. ERAL INTEREST Waruer, Nov. very interest- Ins and instructive institute meeting of tho Warner Agricultural Society was held this afternoon. Sunt. H. Falrfleld, of the Lethbrldgo Hxparl mental Farm, was tho speaker, and took for his sunject "The handling of sod the first two years after breaking, summer fallowing the raising of flax and alfalfa for Boed." Many ques lions were asked -by interested farm ors, and satisfactory answers given by Mr. Fairfleld. Tlie new post office building Is enclosed, and is making rapid pro gress under the direction of H. C Walsh, contractor. .The following are some of thf homesteaders'who visited Warner thi: week: Will Turrttln, Chas. Church Walter Rockenbach, Harry Wilson Hugh Dougjas, Clark, Fret Clark, Norton Nels Flnbraaten PliJl Huilt. and Dave Terriff. Sunny Southern Alberta is making good on the weather -proposition thi: fall all right. It is not freezing high I to interfere with plowing in the leas yet. Many of the farmers are then with, the fall plowing and all are get ting well along. Geo. Brown, of Iowa, is vlsitin at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gordon. Mr. .James Eaglespn, of Aberdeen S.D., visited at the home of his brc tuer .Robert last 'week, Ralph Hale met with a bad accidt'i; last week., in pulling a belt from separator in motion, he was caught IF some way, and twisted into a peculiar shape, breaking one bone in his lef leg below the knee. He Is improving rapidly and is expected home soon. BOYS RALLIED to HONOR THE GOOD SECRETARY WHO IS LEAVING CITY Cranbrook, Nov. Friday last a. banquet was given at the Y.M.C.A building in 'honor of J. L. Tech, the late se-cretary of this institution who is leaving the town. J. Link, presid- ed and there was a good number pre- sent and a thoroughly enjoyable time was spent. 11 r. Fink in an interest- ing speech drew attention to the good work Tech during bis re- sidence here and 'welcomed the new secretary, R. D. Cameron. Both Mr. Tech and Mr. Cameron suitably re- sponded. During the evening songs were rendered by N. T. Gardiner and the new secretary, which were much appreciated by those present. The best of wishes of Mr. Tech's many friends accompany -him in his new pc-aition, and the new secretary is assured of the hearty support of ail the Cranbroo'k people who are in- terested in the Y.M.C.A. institution. The skating rink this season will again be in charge of E. F. Johnson. A regular communication of Cran- brook lodge A. F. A. M. was held in this city in the Masonic Temple on the 22nd inst. There was a large at- tendance of visiting brethren present including Messrs. Anderson, Fisher, Morrison, McKay, Cowan and Ewlag from Fercie. Capt. Carruthors has been appoint- ed the new captain of this district of the Salvation Army in place of Capt. Stride, who has resigned. Christmas Cheer Have you made up your wine list for the Xmas table? If not, we would like to inform you that we have just received a shipment of selected wines iri Ports, Sherries, Bur- gundies and Clarets Tho Very'life of the health- ful of the sunshine and as it has ripened in the vineyards is contained in these Wines. When buying wines for the home of course you want the best for the wisdom of select- ing a beverage as to its purity and quality must he appaiert to all Let us help you in your selection fiom oui large and varied stock. Telephone oideis promptly attended PHONE NUMBER 1734 THE LETHBRIDGE HOUSE 114 Fifth glrcct South, Begin Block WOLGAST TO BET ON HIMSELF One Admirer of Champion Lays Down 51000 to on Ad. San Francisco, "Sov s. wager of bit the champion, one Sail Francisco bet- tor has given evidence .of bis faith tbat Willie Ritchie will take Ad Wolgast's number when the pair meet here Thanksgiving'day Only the one bet has been made here so far in figures of any size, a-ml it is expected that.money on the event will not be free for some flays. It is known, however, that has money on him- self, and as there is .always a crowd which strings .'with'1 the champion here, .the Ritchie camp expects the. money market to go as low as 2 to 1. When that'time comes, says Ritchie, he will gam- ble a little pile on his own chan- ces in the mill. Ritchie today will demonstrate to CoUTdth and the sporting writ- ers of the town that he can make 133 pounds easily.. The bunch, visit him at San Rafael to see his workout. Wolgast is hammering away dally at the Seal Rock House. His ieft arm, which ivas said to be crippled, nearly put one of _ his training partners away yesterday when 'he landed a solid left hook. ROUND ROBIN TO BE PRESENTED ASKING FOR A YEAR Ottawa, Xov. movement has been started to increase the pay of members of parliament to For the past six or seven years, tho al- lowance has stood at and last session an allowance was ma-ue for stenographic help. Sixty-five thoiis.iTKi dollars was vot- ed for the purpose, "which amounted to about ?IOO per member. This year EOCIG members desired to draw the al- owauce that they might spend ir. on ielp as they wished. However, the auditor-general decided this could tiot be done, "out that the money had to be to stenographers, on the certifi- cate of members. It has been arrang. 'd that groups of 'members shall era- rloy a for each group, and thai] be paid direct. The movement for the in- USF i'Jrt been started, b'u it j in bf popular, antl the j THTH. to iittvfi domain) for n l beioic the is much i St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 26. Ttoger; Jtrcsnahnn was imcohitit-ionnlly re- qasod as manager of the St. Louis League baseball team be- cause Mrs. Helen It. I3r.ition, rrinci- tal owner of the ciiib, did net think no ''tried hard" during the year and because the club lost money, accord- ing to a letter Uresnahnn's attorneys prepared today to submit to the di- rectors of the league. The letter quotes Mrs. Britton PS saymg "I have decided to mate a Baled Havana" Cigar IS THAT MILD, MELLOW SMOKE SO OFTEN ASKED FOR BY MEN WHO APPRECIATE A GOOD CIGAR. YOU MAY KNOW IT AT SIGHT THE NAME I S PERFORATED DOWN ONE SIDE. "Baled ARE MADE OUT of THE VERY FINEST- CUBAN GROWTH AND WE MAKE- SURE THAT IT IS HIRST GRADE, HENCE THE IN- COMPARABLE FLAVOR OF THE BALED-HAVANA" LOOK FOR .THE NAME "BALED HA- VANA" STAMPED- ON THE CIGAR. WATCH FOR XMAS PACKAGES. Jose Gaste Company Manufacturers of Baled Havanas, El More, Mi Linda LONDON, ON'T. change in managers and will not need your services any longer. 1 feel tliat you hove not tried hard during the past year. The club Iras not made nearly as much money as it did in 1911. You don't seem to take much interest in the club." Take a ride to satisfaction I WHITE HOBSE i: Canadian 3 FRONT STREET EAST, TORONTO ;