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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jDaHy'HeraULrMouaay, October 3, 1910 7 WHlltA PEOPLE WANT CROSSINGS Ask C. P. Them- Good Crop "of Green You Witt Misr It K you. -.OVERCOAT _ WINTER CAP before' b.usy buyers picV the cream of my-line. drop in tomorrow and piclv your favorite? I have stylish Fall and ''Winter Overcoats made from the'best materials and in the very latest models from Also cloth caps, -with fur and elastic knit bands running from'SOc up to Don'; like some men, buy your .underwear, shirts, etc. elsewhere and be sorry afterwards ,for' paying two prices for 'them, but drop in and see what splendid values t "am-offering-in all limes of Men's Wear, and you. will" have no cause for regret when you make a purchase here. A large range of Sheep-Lined-Coats opened up today Prices from to each. For comfort, wear and style the SLATER. SHOE Popular v a pair BUCHAN THE, MEN'S MAN to Eureka Round Street. TROUBLE WITH ITS WAI GontTactor fes. Oci 1 manager of the Dominion -Bank, has resigned his post and Retired: from the "bank. G." EL Thompson, left "this town for Vancouver. _.. L. :p.f the Canyon I'ornia.' F. Fourth Avenue behind Soby ,r E Sevan has sold out.his imple- ment business to' Freeman Anderson and N' Paulson, and will leave "for Montana. Mis harness stock he sold to J. T. Kmgsley. PRISONERTRl One Blight ;Scratcli Was itlie Coleridge, onsiderable Alberta, October- 2 excitement xvas in-Coleridge on Tuesday of this by the efforts Q socer to escape from an -officer the. Mounted Police. Nix, a homesteader living a short distance out from Coleridge, j -had been arrested that afternoon bv officer from Medicine Hat tor bru-i tally assaulting .his site's er, an old ladv of 75 years Wash foiv a laborer. s furled inio The goods" and chattels" of Gib-son "the gentleriian'- .who quietly Qli .___, departed leaving, thirtv-eight mourn- passed through Coleridge ers in the .shape." of j way "to the Hat Nix bolted and sold for his rent. Also, under .chattel j for a timc in the rariway yarns to A. Cornwall'a horse among; the heaps of coal. He was F E Gibson'sT fetched and fmaily located and taken to the bar- a cow-S20. racks in Medicine Hat. .OnWeoaes- yesteroay. ,_. _ I LetHbridge jail 'to await The water system, is an "trial''at the October'as-sizsiv Mr. and Mrs Maichf. ot Ottawa i D'vis'ioh' street here, sustaining only i a- scratch on the fourth .finger of "liis left hand He .was standing uV rqctlv over the charge-when lac olast v-as "made, workmen on the scene t. iUL OMJ-J h an been blown to but in a lew- moments Bulor AS the debris, shook OQ. asked to -be taken and .the 1'aSt -mil the engineer, advised the town to let up the j until sprjng, but prevailed upon bv the; to con i his duties. on tic 'H laid .he home returned tn Thursday to resume- is an expert at co- in ed by nicnt and onvi and is in charge j chart's h I of in Lethtndge. oi had few him- to his Hf was sent to the. emergen- andl capital where Steward Dare and two citv physicians made a thorough examination but- found only the abra- j si'on on the' fmSer. Buhfor returned to work in an hour, none the for his exD.-riencr. Afterward he said I that the "peculiar sensation 01 his 1 burrir-d flicM through space was the sound of NV.CVI music and-a display However, no scld- con- MACLEOD (From the Somerf-n, the retiring Union Bank, and ex- :if ;he Board of Trade, was _ ,i volunteer jury f 1he- town ofiicc, today, on by Vice l-'resident his utmost to pro- of the town Whitia expects to "soon have her Mam Centre-street graded, which will greatlv improve toe street in the wav of-cutting down'a small hill or knoll in front of lots 16 and -17 mblock 6. E F Helgerson- has moved his 01- fiee on lot 16, block 0, and is going to add to the looks of same by fin- ishing tbfc "exterior of it with siding; and paint. Elmer is wide awake and j is bound up. for he says we have, the best along Ue Crow's Nest line? W- Wi E. Dalton, E. P.Helgcrson, and J. Lousonjvof Srentz Smith., of Bow Island; out hunting for hie game October -1st; and succeeded in one. "coyote' and from ,th'erlooks qi the animal the big dog-brhutfc did the most of .the. killing the boys say anyway. 'try-their luck -again sooir.and -then.-we all expect some antelope their return. came in from Bow7 Wednesday. He ex- pects-lo -builCa house and bairn on. his fine rhali .section ...eight, miles north-- ctr-Syhitla-'-when he will go baCK.j to" North bring on-7. stock; etc., together with, .his -family: V S.: S.'. Richaidsoja.made .a business, trip to .Medicine. .Hat the past week. Geo from Moose Jaw where he has been the past-.six" or eight weeks -harvest fields, .and threshing. He. says crops are good down thwre. Mrs. H., C. ;HcDaniels- writes irom No'rth Dakota, that.her brother, W._B. who underwent an operation some .two. months ago at Yalley.City, N. is very little hopes.ol his .recovery arc held out by the at- tendiiia; physician- The "moving .of.. the Citizens Lumber. Co.-V old -vard is-.-.nearly completed. It will be a big imprpvemeat to ia. ".The Luniber'Co. are also making- extensive- :improvements in of office, yard, etc. Whit-la offers "one of the best chanc- es for any person- looking for a loca- tion for1 "a 'hotel, .blacksmith shop, {bank, .store, Uverr and feed; stable, 'barber shop, and many other lines. There was a -petition, headed by about- iorty names, -sent to the rail- road- .cottmisaiqness at-Winnipeg about three weeks the O.P.R. Co. .open.up.all crossings on the roa-d -allowances every-mile, so the people living of the tract could eei dn. to, Wliitla without ,dnv- ing' around', too' far. So. far nothing has been done .that we know onl'v the--sates are being opened and trave is not .molested. p. ,H. -Coleman and wife expect to start '-for 'their .former home, Roches- ter Minn., "soon, to spend the winter help snovel snow, which Minnesota always gets during the winter .months St-acnofski is building a new addition to his house. He has one of the best improved larms around Whit-la. There 'is a splendid crop of green oats and al! kinds of grain since the, fall rains began some two months ago, and the fanners around will have plenty ot hay and feed for winter, but the" ranchers' stock se-ems to-all be driven in to feed on their "-rain fields which does not seem quite i7ight after tlffl farmers have had such ha'rd luck' this, season from drouth. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS 'Are ypit ''aware of the of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every year? We caoi send you a selection of twelve varieties, .years old, that will all bloom this coining summer and .all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall.- The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- Syrmgas, Elders; Berberries, Deiitzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to cthree feet high, three years old, regular value This selectionv all express charges pre-4 paid to your express office at special price. For 30 only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootettay Valley Nurseries" -Lots 9. and eaciv terms These lets, are blocks, the new-school and are cheap- est lots" in the -If -7QU-.want a bargain.. them at once. 7-'roomed corner. 'ITcDuff and" Glyii, streets, ?1850, 2 lots" only. 5 acres LAND CO, Johnson Block> 323 Kound SI; WARN'ER' (From rhe Threshing has .commenced .iia 2rl.o'. Wm. Moelering has- a yield. of T.iteen bushels .oi .spring acre, which' is the highest "yield 'there! is so tar. .The .Bohrnsted T-O- Ai are putting in four sections of. ,wiater wheat. Another fall oi siiosv .last week. "and. now see "the grain shooting upward. In some places -there are -three., crops last spring's and" the fall graxn, itjst sown! ...If--that, old comet had kept its tail away; a" crop we would iia-ve oldest son 01 :Mr. ana Mrs.-J.A_ Walker, a littlelad ancut 6- years "old. met! with a verv lamfnl accident last Sundav He vr.s ing in- a box which was "liutins on the "ground, and rn some while 'trying to-comb out caugit his .'arm. and wrenched it out of loint at CROPS ijjpmcnls of f 1 he stock Ooleridsv tins Tii'' Roman Catholic priest _C.VIT, persons, visited Coleridge wrrk an-d co-kbraied mass ip. the IIM'- lot tlif for iho benefit ihose in connection -.vilh that cburc-h. 1 a new-chief appointed m, VVc-ek late-night largo ship! constable, who has accepted, a posi- wpre jron, as constable at Nelson.. John Oliver, who lately ,had his i leg: -amputated, ;isiprogreKsing as fav- J orablj- as .can. J.ohn on'- business as'a jeweller and" assigned '.r. an assignee, the latter George Rob- inson.'of been in town 'winding up his affairs. Work has been stopped meantime on the .Roman Catholic .church.extension till some money can be raised by a bazaar or otherwise. D. B- .Vanhorn who. has been put-1 ting up hay up north, has been in town for day or two. Mr. and W. -Kingsley, former- ly of Pincher Creek -and latterly of this town, have left for Armstrong, High River, Oct. op-i era t tons' are in progress out around Dint on and the -crops are turning verv much 'better than" they had ex- j peeled and as a result farmers tre very pleased. John Layoroft had probablv. the crop "of anyone in- t-his -district: He threshed from op acres a little over-eleven jiundrcd'hushels of excel- lent spring wheat which will grade pretty high.' l Andrew Orr'ha'd ten acres ol sum- comrnendt :1 Mr. Van Someren i .r his yards j of their a '.ine gold j fallow under'spring whcaf'which i chain aiift seal.. Mr. Van Somr from i ilioush1 surprise, a acre. sayinc ih.i', although il was j-.irdSAnT, prunio'.od; '.nc- was sorrv to li'dve behinll -liim j Thrcr !fon B. C.. where they bought a house and 8 acres of fruit land. Charles Iris, of Meadow Creek, who has been very sick with typhoid, is today a little, better. Mrs. Iverson, wife of Tver Ivcrson, formerly of this town, died of con- sumption. It is said that the Union Bank are to i HIGH RIVER (From the c'. E. "provincial spector for Alberta, spent days in and around High River G. B. Hall, weed inspector the district, inspect in E; thi- countrv He stated to a Times man that while the district is not altogether from obnoxious weeds yet he was able to say it. compared very iavorabh" with the rest, of tin; province. II. -I. Macleod left Saturday last for McGill University, Montreal, Kev R where he will take a course In fire-1 cnginec-rms.__________ Harry yf. -Nt-jison was'arrested'all A six-year-old son of Mr. G- II. Cam- on a charae of embezzle-1 of Teeswater, was killed by o lan. i averaged 20 bushels _ to the machine measure. Laycroft. Bros, had over 60 acres ol j spring wheat thai, averaged over 19 i bushels to the'aero: never saw', any thing., like it ue- remariccd "one nian in speaking this year's "crop. "I cut the first Our wines arfe bottled exclusively for us by one: of tne oldest and inost famous- .firms: of wine growers in, Spain, imported in bond A fine tawny port lor j iron cutter in t-he-tm shop ,.iiv.........__T Bros.'.'a 'vvv >gO- j wjij be ample food for stock this com- bnvs were born to thf of i wintcr" Vv..T. Poultcr, .on. the 25th inst.. and nvins, also hoys, to the wiu- of Geo. Tlurketli.on the 23rd. Or.e <-i '.he lalUT lived but a few 'iours. Koacn. a i at Hampton. SELL WRECK BY AUCTION TOKIO. japaa, Alfred L. Winsloe, commander in chief ot the British eastern fleet, has ordered that the wreck of the British Cruiser Bedford be sold at auction, on October !0tb. The -Bedford ran ashore on tbej rocks Island in tbe Yel- low Sea, August 1st: Eighteen of the cruiser's men 'lost their lives. D. O. ROBLIN, TORONTO SOLE CANADIAN AGEWT HUNDRED THOUSAND VVA..NT TO COME TO CANADA LjOnciQU.Uct "Salvation Army received this year aplication? lor immigration to Canada, bur only ten thousand of the applicants were sent. The fifty-first conducted pcrty leit lo-aayp A full-bodied wine of good age tt Special fine oH tawny. An ideal invalid port A very old port of great body and flavor Phone 61, ;