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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ?�> 'V !i> ') () '*> () () (* () (g) n) Farm Lands City Property HOMESTEADERS LOCATED A few snaps. They won't last long. 640 acres, 2 miles from railroad, $9.00 per acre. 160 acres, irrigated, I mite from Coaldale, $28.50 per acre. 280 acres, 2 miles from Stirling, $9.50 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. 5,000 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 m w (4, (?) NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers $ MKPICINK HAT. \w\ Kv� shipped on 110th. eist. i It w-'ll therefore Iv in order to nut (�) OIOICXOIOIOIOJOIOIOlOIOiOAOJ^OlOniOX) (> () t.ure clothing. It will bo cnpituli/-1 ed ill SHOO.fWO, iiml will employ M-;t,v hands hi the wlni'l. It Is under stood thai $ftO,U0ft slock will Ih> of-1 fered to i ho ptihlir. of Medicine lint. Mi-iVTi  Qufnn left on Saturday e,,,r n'iiu; for Maple Crook, nnd prior � lus departure u few or his friends nu-seinhted nl lhe Hoyol Hotel, on l'"i-' dny nhxht, anil presented him with a icnltl riiiK and lorkot. 1 .V funny Ill-lie Incident occurred imp day hint- week al. a tnhle in the \s-�sinihoiit llolel (lininjr room .'here four fjenllemen were -seated lit lunch-out.. AT thi> head of the lahlo v i.s I Wash, fJ Collins, the Western Orir.m i/.er of the Independent Order of Cor-esters iitiservcil nn mid lni'ii-n on the lii|ii'l of liis ihmhIiIioi'x i-.i.i unit inl nidm-'iiK him*--If iinliire ol i hi- Inn ion Ii turn-| Hill lo lie the iusign'ii c to now and lot your finht so shin'.'. DRRYINC. If you wish ilrayinir or uiniinjr of any kind iIdim*. rail Oil us. Wo linvi' llio liirt?i-st and Wst t'i|iiip|K'il c*artnni>st ^nitlc tor mil*'. r south of Opirn lToust'. Phonf ItAYMONtV (l-'rolil the f'hroli.ele.) NEW SERVICE throiicm to CHICAGO Annual Eastern Canadian EXCURSIONS U>\\ RATES FOR THE ROl'XD TRIP TO ONTARIO AND QUEBEC Tiikits on sale Nov. 24U>. to Dec. 'Mai, inHttsivi'. For particulars apply to H. MACBETH, Agent. Ucthbriilgu. o FARM hAXI)S W. KERR CO. lictliluiil^i'. Alia-i.Minneapolis, Minn., Head Ollit'ci INVESTMENTS CITY PROPERTY First Duty of A Good Housewife is to know how to bake jjooil Bread. You can li;ive the very best hy tisiuy PURITY rLOUR Made entirely from the Finest Western Canada Hard Wheat by the latest improved methods, in the most modem mills in the world. That's why I'l'RITV FLOIMI yield* the greatest amount of nutriment ut the least cost. Se-ld ELverjrwhqra la tUm Great Dominion WESTtRN mm HOUR MIUS CO.. IIMITEO _ Mills at _ WlnnlMS. OoU�rloh an* Brandon \) \V Ti�\VN nl'" WAWNKH - We mv .0 to sclftiit; Itieiini'sH nnd *i'JO. miles SoiUli ,,| J*ilhtil'i'lne. [�|i.-� is I lie most pi-oinlsiiiji new t-iivii in Sum llelll Alhci'lu I.AIhilt I \I�>N II \I.I ih A few n-Khl;- s,ill open lur 4 he us- ol I'lillis. Loiln.---. etc . ,n the new IjiIhiI I nion llall. I'oi'iil-rly known as ilu- Kmpin' Cluli. iMriies It is ;no urea ol fertile Ay ."'hi tor Jtesidential Id's Write O. W. Kl'.ltlt CO., at U-th . hruluv or ukply tit their olllees in the Southard lllnck. d.-sirolis of (Ir-ss II 1 j'thhriilRe I'elllluK lllioli .1 ItVI.IMIS will II..\ WANTED 11-lit re of " '"' I'o'iill uraI 1 Hii'l- . Il,, in|iiuia|ihy of tin' iv.iintry ol; ,;,i)i,-r -.ale nion ; the railiond ni-iU een sold this summer to nvi-r 'l"0 Ana-i'ii'nn farmers, a le i-:e iitiiiil-'M" of whom will lieeoiue ai'i'iii s.Mtl-l's. 'J'her-' is now n largo New IIol-.I l.udt, and there are alremly loe.iteil ., oore, livery hnrn. and luniln-: vjiinI. and several ivsidetiei'S. S,,u- is your opportunity- lo |_-ei I ,,ts fh-Mp The earlier you Imy th,. ,,,-ti,.i select ions you ran make. 510.000 aeres Choice l'aniiiiifi Laiiils IB miles from Cily of 1�|W ri.l;r� Soil: A heuvy tlnrU loam with eiay fiiilisoil. S timtion: I.uikI lies li.v .'u-provett farms. Will sttUlivide in pai'-tels to suit purehtiser. t'lisl rl.iNS Ki'lielal an'enl for the l..-thl>ridKe disli'iet for one of Call aiUi's leading Life Insurance Coin -paiiies. only those who can produce Stnml business need app'y. IVrs-iiial applii'ution di-siiv,|. Apply KlntinK advance ii� la'ior supply sought, cover and found il in the factory. The conl supply is short. Manager Kllison lelesrap -ed Tnlier on Wednesday for eiRhi or ten ears more tlutn is regularly furnished and lull one car cam � in from l/.Mhl>riround can I"- used the run nvjiy 11- evl..|ld-sl to four weeks Th-1 11 diar. help is on the trek, the 1 id'1 w..s ii'iiipoiarii.v steniitKsl l>_v 111-* Siir.ii' Cii when 't: thr.-w a luK l*s'f -nto lh- stream of eminraliirfi. The ln-.lliin- stayed Ioiir enniigh to pick .!�, Iioiies of 111.' sact-jlii-e mid then !ie Ran aRiiiii lh.- ilelnv, I operation ., pack iir up The appoint inent oi I'.. S. Martin .is a .11'. has ulreaiU l�i .Montreal in nils ll|.i! eii)|i|o\.shall not in civ'ic positions ||ie law th'i l-is.-s a rare opportun.l.N for the urn iiiiiiiR of iiiaierial which undouM. I.\ v until have deV.-lop,sl int u example of jurisprudence. \li our eyes are on Us alii s|�ecisliv I loll as to i'llll-il,lal.'s mill m here il., liuluniu^ of piildie favor, will  Keeps iis a>l ducking and on tie e|i \ pi'titiiin is in eirviilal ion vhich has assumed such proportion thai ils hulk is with dilliculiy |,i in and "Hi of t he �ier ' ' . n wh.s-ls lij which it is Iii-iiir convexeil alioiii for signature Thi* Main' sa\s pivss ot liiisiii.-.-s will mil j . r-inil h's n'iiniR the tin.-' the duties of llie ii-a>oiall.\ ileum nil bul the puhlic wants linn to Ro the dis'luntxj once more, his pace suits and as it takes one year in Pel well on to the ropeti ill.- next \iars s-iviie is cxpectivl to furnish the real test of opportunity. There are other nam-- men! ioned |i|-HiVi-i- illlll !..!� lx Hi,', excel ten i t tut -her Mild if the ill's! w el' he riinl,I uisii'i'i ,.111.1., 'ni.|iioveto-iii-i uliile iiiakinc prof-' calls, ii the other it would !> a Rood thui.t as he would Ret much it -eiled .i . n air contact. tlx Maxor .McCain's niiiilli.-r tall s\eaitior,' that looms into proiiiiiii'iic - mid has furnish.-d ; m-ple proof that lie can hold down lhi n>lil ran )>e ./> � t(tilted ami is of e..xn'lleiil npialily II C. .1 KKttNlK. (I't'oltl Ihe Ledger.) The nomitiatioiis have nil hem nuide for olTlejrs ol Jtislricl No. \n, C.M.W. of A. Only one nomination for president wits nmile, that, of President J-Ynnk .Sherman for re-election for v third term, i'he eloi't.nns i 0;e place on the lirst .Monday in Oeceui-tier. our fellow townsman. Thus. IV'iRrs. now secretary of the filad -stone liiion. is one of t he, candid -ntes for vnv-president. and there ere two or more candidates for mosi ,,| the ofllces lo Ik� filled. ih' niemhers of (lladstotie touit union of the t'uilod Mine Workers of Xnierii'ir ni-'l in Miners' Illlll 'ilsl Siindav afternoon, i'he hall was t t.i tind IVsl i-ii-t President Sherman's el-enrnin and that of President Miteiiell nnnoimciiiR tbat the aRi'-'.'iii''iil miide hy tturke was recoRni/.-d hy the International I'nion. was read, and tlain. >n vnteil to ivturn to work in i liod.v . The company was nskisl to supply a special train to conveylhem 10 th--1 mines on Moiidav. 1ml as this was not coinpl.ed with, the men went up ley foot in a liodv to st(/,n on N'ot all of them Rot on the Ilsl. � .it 11 is prohalde that all will do so ,n very few days. At the Sundav ai- ernooti meotiiiff a unatiimoiis voteoi eonAdence in District Pr.'s'ident Sh.-r man and the local olHeers was pass- SALE HY (!. It V ROOM AN'. L.KTHR1UDUE, ALTA. ed. and all how to the will of higher oilhority and Rti to work deteriin't-I in make the union slrmiRer i ml uior- uniti'd than Li'fnre. whon you smokt; an Elambar Cigar� Irt'causc it's a ^ootl ri^Hr. made of ooot! toli/ii'i'i) ami given a tfood autokf one thut you run thoroughly enjoy, a for a oox of Elumbar I'ignre. WALLACE & HOSELTON, CiKurs, Tol'tiri'ow and Pi|)*�a. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHbRlDCE STOP AT THE ntOZKX TO UKATM It. I'oreman VrmslroiiR l'ell ei liiiiik and is Stunned | HOTEL DALLAS | Meilii'me Mat, N'ov 5M.~I.nst tURht the hody of a nmn was found fro/eii into the ic ot Rons creek, lM-twt�?t> urinal's brick yard ami the mu'n trail leadinR east over Porter hill I'll.- discovery v as nindn hy a (S.iiii:-iiin. who was tnkinR a short vet home along th? lied of the crxvk. fhe police weiv notilh^il and the ie mains wei>' liroiiRlil into th>' ed.x lh- hody was identi/i.-d as thai of Thos Ai inr-itroiiR. a foreman of the oust met ion Ra�R at Imiimxoe .In ic-tinn He was last sfvn in Mediem-Hat on Saturday, and apparent ly ijot losi in tryiiiR to lake a short  ut across the prairie to the junction. The tlieorv is that he tell over i he Uink on to ihe 'ice and. heiiiR sunned, lay Uiere until he fro/v to tte.tth. The hotly was shipped to the tlece.ts-e.l's 'oriin'i' homo in Woodfonl, out, toda �  ------------- McTWISIt WINS ItOSOttS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS (i ts> if.� t�i .1 FOR A hi, KfNDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHE & MIRON I (I l t'rank Paper ) |i M Mcfavish. ix-presenlal iv.- ol the Scranton Coirespoiidence school for this district, who had Ihi'ii c.-n-npii'iioiis ln-eaiise oi his uliseii.v iroin the Pass for ji nionth. turinsl ep �iKain Saturday when it mm learn -d that his liiiluix. to put in his i.>nu'ar .ippMrance had not heen due topl.t.s-'iii'j, hookie hut was accoinii.-il tor his liax inR had a pien- of rare ^.i . I fort line the Scranton people oiler .t itnt'h. lie leit for the , .ist Octoher Kill ami was Ron,- i- VICTORIA -o- lekels ..a stilt; JVc. 1. il. I, II, i;.. liiiu;. .I.m. :, 8, and P. 1007 jroo.l lo leiitrn within thtw months The iicu ImulniR tiJIey at ill.- I �-I'ooti Hole! seems to lie altotit the hiMResI lakitiR iIAdr at the pi"s-net| last Saturdiiy they have heen tloir.R i rushiiiR Imsincss Word has heen reo-iveil that 1 lie f'.k'eirii. I.'irIh Plard. Pollers, etc. rti eoMPi.ini': c\i�i\i:i Victoria. Nov Hi!.-An in confirm.* 1 rtiii'or is afloat to the effect that Win. Manson, M.P.P. for AlUn-ni. will soon l�e Rti/etled provincial >ec-retary. ----4-- v^'hen the tip of a iIor's nose is coltl and moist, Unit tloR is not sick \ feverish 'Iry nose means sickness with a iIor. And so villi the hunifl'i lips. Pry, rmr.kcd nnd colorless I ps inetiu feverishness and are as w-'ll i;l appeurinR. To have hijatit iful p.i-k velvet-like lips, apply ul hedt inie n coatiut; of [ir. Shoop's Oiven � It will soften and heal (he skin ail ment. ft-t a fre� trial lost nl mi-store, and he convinced, l.nrfie nick el r.inped rIiiss Jul's. Vi.'i cents S..ld Hy .1 1> IIiRinliotliaiu & Co. SPftSCHIIir. I'Olt Till'. HKttM-D Canadian Pacific ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS LOW ROUND TRIP RATKS Tu ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES \ Every house in this | town Tickets on s.tlv daily. Nov 'M I" Pee. .'If. im JilSiV e. good lo relinu w'itjiin tin'.'.1 iiionths. I'ineM ispiipmeitt, .ncluiliii.j, stand-aril Kirsl-class Sle,-|iinK an,i 'I'ourisi Cars on all Ihrotiifh trains Two Through Expr�.'t� Trains. Apply to nearest c ) ijy. ai;'.--il for full informal hut. Hus ust' ft�r tt jt'wt'lry store uucv iu a while. A ptobfiil to Ito bnngltt, may-lit .