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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IHC LCTHMIDQE DAILY MtRALD, ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1 Love lit Law 2 MotherV Birthday Present tf. i 3 Escape of An Ape Continuous Performance Barrcit i Go; J> The famous- Sketfch Ar- Snowie May belle The Dainty Comm.ed- ienne rivt, IMN1R Cowtry of and Progressive Farmers UPTQN-S POOL ROOM is supplied with the FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cooi, bright arid pleasant. Best Cigars Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection and Basement of Oliver Block From A Novelization of the Play of the Same Copyright. 1909. by Amwicu Press Asuociition The Man Home By BOOTH TARKINGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON 'From Herald's Travelling Corres- pondent." Warner is the largest shipping point on Uae main line of the A- K- 'I., and about forty miles south of Leth- bfidge'. There >s a good frame depot and freight ,shed, telegraph, office, ex- press office; and grain loading plat- form'.- There is no'w an old 'water-tank about three miles north, and this summer the company bored a new well i 50' fee't deep, but water wgi struck at- 130 feet, And there if a eob'd supply, so a nft'w tank will bs' built close to the station. There Js passing' track and a sid- ing large enough to hold, twenty-one cars.'.In. the spring'the'-siding frequently filial with incoming cars of settlers' effects find gtaeral mer- chandise. The principal are, lumber, coal, and general merchan- dise, while th'e exports are grain and re-shipments of small quantities of lumb-er and merchandise. Three yesirs n-ro fhere was nothing here but the section-houae. Two sec- you your work In half the tlmt follow directions. Sunlight Mvel clothes frohi In- Jury "hands firom roughness- life frddl drudgery. .Lifebuoy Sgap is re- freshing" foY b'a'tH ioMet. For wash- ing u'ndferc16thing ii f's Unequalled. Cleanses and purffies. enteen well dug In 4 i5 4M: The wolis -are .'five and six-inch bore, and range from 118 to 230 fleet depth. There Vas one test well drlfi- od 528 fret deep, with about 328 feet of water in ii Next year tho well-drilling will be used ia the outlying settlements. The wells were all public -wells and on 1he road allowance in every c'aai. Dr. Field finds Warner a healthy tion .fangs are now stationed here, i district. The sin-rounding- country is one working north-and the other! settlin? up rapidly since he came here- last St. Patrick's dav. There has asked hiui .suddenly, 'Horace, Is thte day or night V be would It's Helene.' But lie's too shy to speak. Ton'te a woman: yon can't press mat- ters. But Alrneric's a man; be can. He cars Immediate marrlafs, wbich mi-niis an immediate settlement and a direct one." tfme. de Charapigny picked silver fork from the table and exam- ined it carefully. "ft will not he jettle- meatT -You have decMea WbMWHft" Ha-wcastk- looked up soarpf salj nodded with decision. "I sad fifty thMH sand j From the- came a astonishment Will turned and stared at the room wl the piano was stm playing. Havcastto laughed' grimly. "Not for Almeric, to Countess of Hawcastle. My sncfaot sister-in-law hasn't been her cnapettn for a-year for nothing. And, by JOTS, -she hasn't done it tat nothing, ettherT And this time he laughed quite heart- iiy as with a grim appreciation of the jest. she's deserved aU I shall allow he resumed, MS, ft know, his boots Tvith ma crop. "Out riding a bit ago, you with Miss Granger-Simpson. girl, isn't, His father leaned across the with tension in every line of him. "Go be said anxiously, and Al- meric looked up at him with a aiUf "Didn t stop with her, though." -Why demanded the esri grily. "A sort of man iii the Tillage got to look at a bull terrier Almeric went on. with :i yawn. "Wonderful little beast for poiuts. Jolly luck, isn't it? He has got a head on Hawcastle interrupted savagely. "We'll concede his tremendous ad- vantage you in that south. C. A. Begin, the agent at Warner, also the incoming freight business for 'New Dayton and Wells Siding, which have not yet agents of their own. He wasTormerly at Stirling, and came here last 'April, when the "Wiimer station was built. Good Railway and Mall. Service'. Warner has a daily passenger and mail, train, and about four freight trains u week come to and from Lethhridge. fn the busy season ex- tra freights are needed., Previous to last sprinc.- there was only a mixed passenger and freight creeper along this line three .times per week. there is fast express and been no esses Text yetir jbe' expects to have 400 acres of cropi So his next year's crop will be eight times tbat of tJris year. He has ordered trees to set out in the spring. W. aiaisanfol, five miles south- east oX Warner, j'ost came in on "July 20th, but has 55 broken all sown to winter wheat. Countin spring grain, he will have 100 acres' ih crop next year. Joe..Berihger, eight miles south-eaa of Warner, has about 34.- acres o wheat. ljsoth. sprimj and Mil, and 20 acres of feed. The wheat averaged about bushels to ihe acre. He ondered plows, und if the ground moisti this fall he will nse steam engine to plow after he is througii threshins- Next year he as- pects to crop 250 acres. He 100 acres of winter wheat in now. He will plan't trees next spring. More Trees. Chas. .firickson, five south, of has 50" acres, out this year. FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS The Quality of This Hat "LOOMED UP" Above m Htadred IM ITATO1S SALADA ii BLACK-MIXED-GREEN 40c., 50c. and GOc. per pound At all grocers v TEA It is mostly oats not threshed vet, but will yield. 40 bushels to tlte acre easy. He has 70 acres more year he will plant about 2.000 tr'ees. 10.000 Bushels Grain. ilatze, 12 east Tender Meat LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET SELL Good Sausage Fresh Eggs and Butter Let tig kn ow if we don't PHONE 405-----' We get thtre in time for dinner HILL BLOCK CRABB STREET j j said and threw the cigar be had just lighted into the coffee cup. "Is that all you "have to tell implored tfie countess, with a dra- matic gesture, leaning forward. Al- meric looted up with surprise. "On, he said. "She accepted me." The earl dropped into a chair with a sigh of relief, and the countess clasped her hands ecstatically. "Enfin! Brava! And will she let it be Again Almeric stifled a yawn. "1 dare say there'll be no row about he replied.. "You see. I've made her awf'ly happy." "On my soul, i believe you're said H'awcastle. "and thauk God yon Rising, he walked up and down terrace aud then turned quickly. "Here's her brother." he said softly. "Attention V CHAPTEK EAST PBKT. SUALLY when a man throng inclination'or environment de- cides that the manners of his people will not serve for him and that the customs of the land 01 his adoption are more applicable to his purpose he outdoes even the natives in his conformation to the exlstinj modes. Horace Gran- ger was but a recent innoTatlon dne to j the belief that Simpson by Itself was i altogether too hopelessly plebeian to "She accented i attract even a modicum of attention- had consorted with the gfldedyoiitb i of several Text year will many new threshing outfits needed to harvfst the frop of winter wheat and the rest is ready for spring crop. Counting spring breaking they expect to crop about 400 acres of crop, and 210 seres of sumbier fallow to be sown to winter wheat for 1911. F. H. Johnson, owns three sec- tions and a half, al.l around Warner, Many steam and gasoline i hac5 about 100 acres of oats in this year. He 'has 700 acres of winter is now wheat went 32 bushels, his oats unplowod stubble averaged ,40 bush- els to the acre. JAPS BEAT Tokio, Oct. University of Wisconsin baseball team went down to defeat today in the fourth game of of the series with Tokio University's nine, three of the games having been won by .the Japanese. One run, as in all the other games, decided the match in favor of Tokio, five to four. ST. IVES BEATEN AT MONTREAL Montreal. Que., Oct. a TABER WANTS TO PLAY Of This City on Decoration Day at Taber. Taber football team would likt get on a- game with the Caleflotuam team. The Taber boys are xrilllttt to pay expenses if the will give them a game on Day at Taber. Any further 'informi.- ti on, apply to the Secretary Football Club. CRANBROOK NEWS (From the Herald) It i.s A matter of regret that G-. Rogers is selling out and preparimr to remove to "Vancouver. Mr. Eof- ers was ths first mayor to Craabrook and always has b'eeu a most estim- Bros.' fall wheat averaged ses, and oats 60 bushels. Wm. Date's fall whoat averaged 2 bushels, arm! his oats 40 bushels to the acre. Tenny Bros. have tdroady threshed bushels of winter wheat} 3nd are still Tho plows have used this year. 1 increased' next The Well Drill. have a well drill- in the Warner trict. wells have .been .due- The ing outfit lorated wheat, seeded this building a good bam south of Warner. house and a He also owns to hard at it for another day. average 45 bushels, mnyfc the acre. Jt bushels of spring whoa't. and bushels of o.its. aaarly All sections at Spring Coulee, about 750 acrps in that trict. and these men, except j wU have double, end sora acne, thi crop acrjMLC-s asxt, rcmf. a a doctor or an enfioeer. elaborate coifluie. withont failure. They are all xrHn- rartiuR of miles of Wnr-j Thresh in j Onlv one hits in .the'horno-' J. K. Bnlman ha_s townships, the other 'or two weeks all jnnr. f "aax. BO -be of Trork next vear ti ing Warner's grain. Out Well. Tenny Rros. have about 5CO been crop just threshed, 290 around Wnrner, of croj> just thivohAfl. 390 able citizen. There has been no pub- of 2.500 people this afternoon; lic movement in Cranbrook in whick Haas- Holmer. of .Quebec, defeated j has n6t interested and tte Henrj" St. Ivea in ft race at the aiways count on him athon distajicc. St. Ives quit in the j a harfl for the best intereetn 23rd all in: but Holmer finish-! Cranbrook. Mrs. Eogers will -J_ O-SO- i ,tt saaiy raissen in social aa-fl cfturcn 40, A new if track: is! circles, as she has been a general fa- found to measure correctly. St. Ives j since shc has a res1-_ was leading a few yards -when he; dcat of Tjlis cityj went down. Physicians who have ex- J It socnis strange that an 6W woods amined him say that his heart is af- t nian like Ur. Whitmore would get lopt and that ,hc can run no raorc.; .R-hile cruising timber and .yet ha did .so last weok in the Skookuraehacb country. He got separated from his perty, a-nd like many rawm aoous- tomed to the woods, ho his compass and as a tor about ft> Haufijy back at aif wionte bot in good cca.dition. The street extensive MELLIN HAD THE BEST OF SPRING Bout at at End of W Nintb OfltL fiftesa. ullefl'.sfl at on Saturday. Oct. 2, Scobty Jfullin and Truman Spring of Vjvncouver. Spring: in i cold for few and ns a result the City ft pretty fft-r better condition than ;