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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. October 11 THE LETHBIUPGE DAILY ITERATE We have boon appointed agents forLoth bridge and district for-- The Security Trust Co, OFCALGARY This company lias unlimited funds and has an Advisory Board in tins city, that loans can be out through with very "delay. F.C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole TOWNS Raymond Raymond, Oct. Ott, Dav- la. and -McMillan, of Lethbrldge, were iu Raymond on Saturday night, and wont.back to tire-lakes for ducks. Some one lold the Herald reporter tilat an automobile brok-e down In the lake district on Saturday or Sunday, Stirling SNAPS 3 Ipts, Duff Addition, close to school, on wa- ter and Easy Terms R. V GIBBONS FORUALE That .most desirable 7 roomed, fully srn bungalow, standing on two lots-No..631 St. South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY 5 roomed 11-2 storey house on 3rd Are. N with city watei and light, all in splendid shape, piice cash, balance 620 a month. North LetKbridge Realty Co. PHONE A GOOD INVESTMENT "Look Into It" Tno b.ick cottages on corner of Bartlett (1.2th) street and Reed street, revenue JTSO uer annum. Price IC.800 Terms WOOD cash, balance four Wilkie Kerr PHONE INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK. Next, A.R. 4 1. Off I Ma. Stirling, Oct. Sunday achool conference was held In tho mooting lioiiie on Sunday last, the session be- klmilng at ten o'clock in the morn- Ing. No class work was doner but a programme of Bploudld addreases was Given by visitors from Raymond, and the children assisted witli singing-and Magrath me ciiiuiron Mumme it there 'was no reason to believe ThoBO o the programme in the way resses were: .President Uramwell and 0. S. Ureenback, of the Knight While away he will :al3o look Into sonic business in which he is interested, particularly large real Academy, and Messrs. J. B. KKison, estate holdings in Nevada, in which, lorace Wellng and Miss Annie Har-j ,t ,8 no gnd j_-w .woolf, M. P. About 186 persons were In at- endance, and the conference il re- lorted to have .been a very success- ful one. Elder Pope, of Salt Lake City, ac- grain duo to the splendid prospects companied by his father, was a guest jfor a bumper harvest. Although the MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm lands and city property CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE 2 Lots Blk 26, Duff, facing Westminster Rd, each Easy Tun lots Block 90 each, terms 7W23 feet on 2nd 14000 house, fully modern, terms Revenue J600 per annum THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. Phol11! 132! FOB IMMEDIATE SALE 914-9th Street South Fine o roomed house bath water electric light-good fu-nace Completclj fenced, idtal home for small family Price for quick sale 1MW 170000 cash, balance very enejr terma Aipplj B. H. MOTT c-o St. South or PHONE LARGE FUNERAL OF CHILD Medicine Hat, Oct. remains oJ Bsrnico, the. two-year-old daughter of Mr ind Mrs J nho vaa E'.lffocated to death when the b'i-cl on which she was sleeping took fire, were interred Tto funci'. Hi was one ot the largest held here in some time. A E DONOVAN, M.P.P., 1EEKS Oct. Is rumored nere'lhal Sir. A. B. Donovan will re- .Ign from the leglalalure and nomination for the county of Leeds. 11 looks from the ceiwua return aa though Hrockvllle riding will probably wiped ouUu tho redlstrHiudoii, and dial, there wll isiiere iliree" now exist. be but two ridings, Iron Springs Iron Springs, Oct. Sept. 18, (he stock visHcd Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fislier, leaving a tiny daughter. R. C. Moss vjsilrd Howville. ,on to look alter his interests Satunlay (here. Mrs. 15 ,1. l.arter son have rc- -urni'il to Iron Springs. Mrs. W. Lowes, of Manvcrs, Out., visiting her, Mrs. A. Jones, and other friends In Iron Springs.' Thrcshius is well under way around here. Th? crops arc 'turning ouj, very well, considering the hall ami Uic frost.. mt the Lvlhbrldge visitors were oc- ipants of that car. i A twelve-year-old boy, .named he1, recelvsd an ugly wound' on the beck on Saturday night by a kick rom a horse. He wan entering a sta- le and a quiet horse, disturbed by a orse in the stall next him, kicked lit and caught the boy, inflicting a uncture in (he cheek about two In- hes long, and knocking out four eoth. Dr. Wray administered clilor- form and put In several stitches. The d is doing nicely. A. 0. James has' returned to town fter delivering 26 cars of t the ranch of the vancouver-Prince Ranch Co., at Cayley. The lock were' bought from tho Knight Sugar Co., Ltd., and were mostly oung cows. Mr. James has yet about our bundled head, wmch win bo ga- bered and shipped, this week. At the meeting houaw on Sunday light, Mr. J. W. Evans gave the ad- ress; Miss Francis iRasmusaen, in- tructor in elocution at the Knight read a selection from Robert of Mian Olga 'Andor- on rendered a vocal ,and Mr. Vyo'and Miss We'tzol of the Ac- idemy staff, -Jang a duet. Mrs. H. S. Allen' was host to a dln- m party, given the stake and local officers of the. Relief the Young Ladies' M.utual, Improvement Association, and the Primary. Forty- one plates were laid, and an amusing feature ol! the occasion was an Invi- latlou extended to tho husbands, of the ladies, without the ladies' know- edge. Long Sing .who has conducted the Chinese laundry in Raymond for some nonths, giving lip work because of 11 health, and leaves. Friday or, Satur- day for the Coast.: A relative has coiiva to manage the laundry, and the liaimond public maj v aehmg ironing done again at home. Z. Skonson and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wixone were passengers to Leth- bridge yesterday morning. Mrs A. Treasure, of Claresholm, mother ot Mrs. Wm. Vaughan, Is a guest at her. daughter's home ill Ray- mond, and when she returns to Clares holm, witl take Sam, her gi-andaqa, back to school Dr. Barrows, of Edmonton, provin- cial medical health officer, wus_in town on business .last. Friday, and while here was a guest of Dr. and Mrs. Keillor. Biuce Mackte was a Dayton and New Stirling on Sundaj last making the trip with Mr Tail on his pieachiig round M> Mackle it in -the West for his health, and since coming to navtaond has gained pounds and is feeling considerably bet ter. While in on Saturday, 1. A. GI'Hies selected his Christmas stock from the samples of Rowland ind Packer, and will have a nice- line of jewetlry for the trade. A son was horn to Mr. and 'Mrs. Pet- Pi Bell on Friday night. Miss T5mma. returned from Cranbrook on Thursday of last week and took a position in the Raymond Mercantile Co.'s store on Friday In sharing with R. A. Fctlis the ar- rival of a son and first born, the Hen aid correspondent omitted chroni- cle the occurrence. The littf'a fellow came on Tuesday of last week. A meeting' of the Primary was bald in the meeting house on Saturday nf- (ernooii. Jlrs. Taylor and Mrs. Alston, of Ma- gnith, drova over to Raymond, to be present at the dinner party given .by "Mrs II S Allen lo tnc officers of the ladies' of the church. Dr. Keillor and A. F. McDuffee mo- tored to -licthbridse on Monday Mr. anil Mrs. R. A. Qill'ics, Mrs. H. S. Alton, President Bramwefl and Reid Card were passengers to Leth- bridge on C. Card, sr., spent Sunday in Ta bor, returning on Monday night to Mr Sloan, of New .Dayton, and Aunt Zlna Caid, were ai Taher last week on Pnmais work In connection with the Church of lesus Chfist ot Latter A> Snin s A son born (o Mr and Mis, C J. Chriatenson on' Sunday mornlng.- Mrs las Simmons of Ba> C'ltj, and little dauchtcr tuielli, are guests ot Mrs R Keii7ie Mr Payne Galloway, of the Bank'of Montreal staff, left on .Friday for the Coast, where he has 'trans- ferred by the Miss J.' Coxon, of Newcastle-oil- Tyno, arrived in Raymond on Friday night, and will make jier homo for'a time with Mrs.'J. A.1H1I Mrs. Geo. came In from tire honiealewl Mi Milk River, that her six-year-old ion minnl receive medi cat attention. Oct. H. Tumor, real estate man and .president of the Liberal Asoclation, ban left for a month'o visit to Utah, where he will recuperate after his strenuous work" of tho recent political battle. It Is reported that Mr. Turner's nerves were somewhat shattered as a result or the defeat of his party at tlw polls are closely connected. Building Activities Building is unusually active in Ma. aet'week of M. Steed. .Mr. Pope and M. Stood wero laborers together on a mlsolon In Indiana. The visitors were on their'way to Magrath, whore the elder Is going Into farming. Fall plowing the order of the day In the vicinity of Stirling. Thomas Spackmaa has three hundred acres' seeded to fall wheat, and R. Sccley one hundred and fifty acres. Several other smalter pieces havo grain in the ground sprouting for next year's fnM wheat crop. U. Young, who is riding for the Wallace Ranch, was home on 'Monday. Mr. Young reports that his employer has just finished the sbinmeaf of forty-three cars ot beef. Wm. Luscorab, of N'ew Day a visitor to Stirling on Friday. A: Otitulund, a rancher east of Stir ling, reports that" he will be shipping cattle in about a week's time. A. threshing machine is now at work on Chris. Sick's farm. Two or three' others are threshing in the vic- inity of the town. It is said that the yield and quality ot tha-grata is fair- ly good: Fawns was a visitor to Leth- bridge on Saturday. Mrs. P. H. Shiei'flcld arrived home from the homestead district east of Stirling on Saturday. Mrs. Sheffield __ .visiting her brother. R. Clarke, and alsovMrs. Allan Clawson. E Chafer, oiir local harness maker, was :'on Saturday. Veda Fawns has been confined to the house through illness. A "baby wiis brought to Mrs Joim Hill onwijoiiday morning, at the lome of MrSf Clinton Hardy, reported ill in tire ast Stirling budget is recovering ilcely. Fern, the yearflld daughter, :of Mr ,en Nelson i's .and .under the doc 01 s care. MrsVf R. ;.t. Patterson and-Bunny were lii town on.Saturday. J Hardy, canvassing for th'a De sort News.of Salt Lake City, was in last 'week, the guest of Bishop 'awn's. Mr Tancock, principal of the pub ic school, spent Saturday in Letli bridge. New Stirling Belore her marriage a girl seea a hero In every man, but a year after she begins to tliat-.the only 'hero she knows In who let her marry him. New Stirling, Oct. Balrd, of the Union Bank of Canada was in town on Saturday, closing up rhe business ot the Stirling branch. Ralph darner ,of Cardston, a mis dionary on Ms way to Salt Lake City Utah, was the guest of N. H. Nelson on Friday last. Chas. E. Sherman, of Seven Per sons is the guest of M. L. Millar. Mr Sherman is the owner of a farm southwest of Stirling ,and is here ma! ing arrangements for 'harvesting hi' wheat crop. Mr. and Mrs. H .Nichols, of Raj mond, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. W L. Nichols on Sunday last. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fisher, of th Prairie Queen Hotel, aro entartair ing a number of guests at. dinner to night. The party is a farewell to Mr A who is reaving Stirling. Two Medicine1 Hat duck hunter have been enjoying themselves in th licinity of New Stirling. The lak country, northwest of the town, is "a trading a number ot sports, most o whom come and go by rail.. .Torgeuson is cutting his fla this week. H. Thutey is helping wit the work. L. J. Patterson, of the firm of John- and Patterson, large farmers east of Stirling, has gone to Iowa for tho winter. Mrs. Wills and her two children woic in (own on Saturday. The baby is recovering from tha oper- ation performed by Dr. Mewburn, ol Letlibrldge, some weeks ago. A. Roach, of the Union Bank, and FlRhor, of the Prairie Queen Ho- tel, were business visitors to city yesterday. Wm. Nichols helping on the threshing outfit of J. D. Hall. Geo. Angus, of Lethbrldge. who owns a farm northeast of Stirling, spent a couple of days here last making arrangements for plowing and .ireparatlone for spring seeding. J. D. Hall is to do the work. C. H. Perkins was a visitor to bridge on Saturday. Mrs. M. L. Miller entertained a num Ijcr of friends to a duck dinner on Saturday evening. te storms retarded operations some mt, the carpenters are again busy ie fine new block being erected .by oatmastor A. Mercla, Is almost com. eted, and'is a very Imposing struc- re. Tho building has two full floors iiich havy already been taken to be illzed for office purposes. The wer floor pwiH be .used by1'Mr. Mer- :l himself as a post office, and the oyal Dank, the latter now being teni orarrly located in the Wood block, 'in. Huseey, thy contractor in charge, opos to rush the building to comple. on without 'further celay. Several new residences are also un e.- way, notably the palatial home i R. A. 'Mabee, manager of the Bank T will be tho finest nd most modern in the town. The uilf.ins IB oJ the picturesque bunga iw pattern, and Is, most admirablj .tonced. and constructed, both for crafcrt and beauty. Nothing ha oen spared to make the house strict .up to date ,and Jlr. Jllabce maj eel justly proud of bis new homo. Pleased With Town Mrs. C. O. Card, at Logan, Utah amiliarly known throughout Southern Alberta as "Aunt Is spending few days with Mrs. T. S. Tayto hia week. Mrs. 'Card is prominen religious and educational circle i Utah, and is visiting the Canad colonies in the interests of th 'rimary asso'ciaUpn of tho Mormon "Aunt Zira" expressed her elf as being' very highly gratifie t tlss many improvements that Ma 'rath' has made during tha past year or saiil 'she, "where now stand tin chools and substantial business >3 eleven years ago was nothing mor or' than rolling plains covere with rank'grans." Welling Oct. is actual! roiling in at Welling during the la tor part of last week and this wee: Total T. Hcninger ,jr., has about 15t bushels threshed, and about still to threah. While moving C. W. Harris' engin on Thursday of last week, it wer through the .bridge over the cam n-jar tho Allen farm. No one wa hurt, but the threshing was held till it was pulled out. .viral machines are at work' i Coleridge district. A. N, Wiide has two, and Ino T. Jr., two. Jos. O. Person, J. C. Peterson and Mr. Me-. Unnlels are also threshing. Anotfier machine is working '01W was Thl A'ay 'north Ws engine: went through ths Coleridge, Oct. mlfht v havo been a serioua, If not fatal, dont, occurred hero a few days ago. the Ml'jsca Lecloux. of the Hotel olerldge, were out driving, In paai- g Mr. Whltelegg's place, hie mped at the' horse's head, camlng It run away. Both ladles Jumped from a rig, escaping with- only alight rulscM. The horeo continued Its areer for a mile or more before teing dptured. Threshing almost 'completed for his year in the neighborhood around olerldge. Frank Brecklin, who had lo-big Dunmor'e Farrflj close to town, eased this year, had hie threshing ono last week, and tJie yield, espec- ally of oats and barley, much bet- er than anticipated. As the threah- ng was no close to town many of tho nlnitiated towns people took the, op- ortuuity o( visiting the place 'and earning something of how. threshing perations are conducted. Our enterprising townsman, Otto -udwlg liaa purchased that part of he Cavan farm lying east of the Al- erta Clay Products railway spur and he clay pit, amounting to between 80 nd 90 acres. Mr. Ludwig propones lay It out as an addition to ,the ownsite, and will shortly have lota n the-market. intends. carrying large lumber -business himsell, ind ha> already secured a railway ild- ng on to tho property and built a com modlous office and store He s prepared to furnish all'kinds oi [ressed and undreasod 'lumber, aiiri gles, etc., at lowest cash The heavy shipments of cattle for which Coleridge has been noted for .'ears past are being continued thi: eoason. Several oar loads of fa steers are bejng shipped to'day by Gros Velltre ranchers. T. M. Babinston, of this place is shipping citrons, sauash, pumpkin and other tender garden truck by the carload to Calgary, 'this season, which shows the mildness of the climate, and .ho productiveness of the soil in the vicinity of Coleridge. The new gas company, which hai taken over all the wells and gas plan of .the C. P. R., has decided to give Coleridge a g-w service.' They have men at work now, laying mains on the principal streets, and in a few .week ;hc residents of our town will .be in a position to secure natural gas for heat lug and lighting purposes. In vien of the scarcity of coal this, winter, th! will bo a great boon to the town. H. Ash, of St. Paul, Minn., spent night in Coleridge, while waiting.fp tho Spokane bom after spending the summer with hi daughter and son-in-law at Grass Lake. Mr. Ash is troubled -with astl ma, hut.has felt so well during hi nay'In'Alberta that he says it wpul uld ton years to his life if he :coul spend all his time here Coleridge can sympathize with Iciue Hat In the loss ot the C. P. R shops. Although no special effort were made to. secure them, Coleridge fully expected that the natural advan- tages of the Junction of the Crow with the main line would secure the shops for Dunmors Junction. Mf. Etlsberrj, of Iowa, wJio has been foreman at the clay pit of the Al- berta Clay Products here ever since t was opened, has returned to his ionic in Iowa this Tveek to spend the vlnter, and enjoy- a well-earned holl- lay with his family He purposes re- mming his duties here next spring. 5000 acres Finert Wheat Landa In Alberta. Splendid vicinity. i Not, far from it your Only per acre fel ouh, kalanec In tfcfM annual Initalmutfc bearlni 6 per cent. Intemt. W.R. DOBBIN 316 7th St. 8., LETHBRlDOC Agent for Awry AH A Steam Plowing Enflnca. ome of J. Gilbert, and called on oth- fiianijE. The date set for the Ladles' Aid social is November 3. A chickm aup- per and a good programme wlU ;be ?ITOH. Bveryone welcome. roTor bockhart and family moved Into Edd Flella's hount and. attend to his household duties tor time. It is reported that Silas Myers.bai sold his farm. He is now buHdlnf on lis homestead. The lantern entertainment given In Jle school house- on 'October 3 TCS greatly enjoyed .by those present. A. P. Hempel and Cyrus Finders ere in Taber transacting some 'busi- vtem for the school. Mrs .Frank Sperger.has been poof' ly this fall with-the asthma; Mrs. Finders and Cy A. Winner's ,of Lone Star, on Bmdaj. Cyrus Finders, A. Hempel and V. were lln. LethbiWge hst week, tire latter two proving UK on their homesteads. Don't forget Nowmber 3 social in Rolling Green school hmae. Leavitt i do- ,ver M. Allen's store. SalTLake City. GE. Gaboon also went to Salt Lake 'iW to attend conference, In the in- of the Alberta State Sunday school. The stork arrived at the Tiorn., of Mr and Mrs. AH Watson, and left a ,ab'y girl as a birthday present. A very enjoyable time was spent at tho new home of Frank Leavitt M Sober 1. The.occ.sion was in hon When enemy trnltes us on the cheek, .few bave the oheek to turn the other. and DO "ni ivy Leavitt and Miss Etta Dowdle of Carditon. Two of Lesvltt's young mm leave shortly for tho mteslon field, M Allen und Wm. Glenn. Mr. Allen will la- hor In Callforula, while Mr. Glean is booked for the northern States.. Otrald Brown and Haggio Lee paid a visit to Ivy Leavitt on Sun- day last. MUs Louella 'Loavltl has visit t trlends In Cardston during the week. D. O. Wright will deliver a lecture on "The Spirits ot on Sunday ovenlnc to tho young people of Lcav itt. Tho different ot Leavitt Ward are combining this year for the purpose of holding an annual faff on October 16. This fair promises to be e belt In the hlatorjr-pf LamvitU The b'ralna a. man. haw tin let it Is for him to lose hia Inul. WESTMINSTER ROAD Lots 9-10-11 and 12 Block "W" S450 Each. Terms 1-3 cash, bal. 3-6-9 months. See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1443 Opp. Alexandra Hotel Eltismere Ellismcre, Oct. Kocster pur- chased a 9nc team Ot marcs from Mr. Sewcrgoards on the Little'Bow, a lew days ago. Mr. Snider.started hauling grain to Taber the first o! this week [ot Mr.. Taylor. Sam Parke is busy digging- his po- tatoes this fine weather. He ex- pects 300. bushel to the acre. It takes the Irish- to raise potatoes. There, seems to be quite a bit ol trouble in getting threshing machines to do the work in this vicinity. Sonic, of the farmers will have to stack some, as high as 300 acres. Nathaniel Lewis will leave shortly to spend the winter months in Taber. Evans Co., of the Circle ranch, was busy 'threshing last iyeek. Wheat is running nearly 30 bushels to the ,._re. J. T. McBrayne, Walter Hughes, Walter and William1 Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, C., Goughnour were all on the rig. L. Martin has gone to the C.Y. ranch to work for Henry Krios. C. Kocster took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. McBrayno. C. Johnson' made a hurry up trip from Clnrcshplm last week to home- stead lor a couple of days. Rolling Green Oreen, Oct. The LadKw' Aid met on Wednonday latt with Mra. lra Itice. There WHS a good attend- ance cnniiderable 1'iijlaem mi tranrnct A, 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- en, well improved; buildings, fenoa, well, etc. Price S2650 11250