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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRWGE.DAILY HERALD QUICK. PR IC E S WIL L B E R AIS E D N EX T WE E IfC The following extract from Monday's issue of the Calgary News-Telegraln explains why therejis such a big demand for these lots and why the price will be raised. Our lots are in the district referred to. East End Property was Bought Saturday for New Owners Refuse Offer Offered for 557 acres of innd the oi, which purchjjsed Tp.n a local bynduatc consisting of L V. iJio Alberta Pacific Elevator Co .1 AV Davidson, ol the Lum- bcr Oo.i'f Sain Orosche am! Messrs. Gibson and Mills ol Iho Albcita Locate it- fused th'e offer niiide before the papers translcj the land to them weic signed, and are'-ucnv holding pei acie The deal was put SatTirclay, and the offci of double the puce paid by the syndieate for the. land was inade a few hoius bctoie the papeis were signed. The property affected is section 18, township range I, west ol-the 5th met- idian, and the .value of the land wijl be, -jnalpnulh enhanced hy of (lie fact thaf'tlHJ car liiieHo run through that pail ol (lie city cut the' property. Industry to Employ Between and Hands Will be Established in Calgary ALREADY SUBSCRIBED TO UNDERTAKING i j Thai has been subscnbed in Calg.m foi an that will employ at least inoic men than the new C R carsliopb, when the latter aie limning full blasl, was the statement made in business and Juiancial circles Monday inbining, and this is said to explain the Gxtiaorduuu v uctmly now pie- in leal estate curies with respect to piopertv' in Sfaharg and vicinity. Although those have subsetibed (he aie interested in the new aie piacticaliy under oath to dnulge none of the plans ol the oompanj, it is 1 cained that Capita! fiom Duluth and Pittsbiug ;will be hugely interested and ipitalists horn llicbc cities aie tlie men who have 01 ganged the ne-w com- pany i The new industn to men, but any definite statement as to -what the business will ol or wlioie the plant is to be lo- i.ilcdjs, until next yeai, although those appioachcd legauling the matter line admitted that -will be in close pioxinutv to the npw carsliops. COALDALE BLOCK OPEN EVENINGS DD ATLANTIC' it.HK. STEAMSHIPS, ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS n mm I Great Britain, Irelaod, Scantaia, and .The Continent On Sale Daily Nov. I Oth to Dec 31 st ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Ireland .FrI. Nov. 17 Lake Champlain ..Thur. f4ov. 23 ST. JOHN-LIVERPOOL Empress of Britain FrI, 1 Lake Manitoba .'i...Sat. Dec, 9 Empress of Ireland .FrI. pee. 15 Complete defall-s and berth reaei-vations from any Railway Agent, or write 450 Mam St Winnipeg' 3 CARTER, Oen'l mwn STUMsmrs ITB The Royal Line MONTREAL -f. QUEBEC TO Sborteit Route to London on Tgn Floating Palacei 'Next Sailings from Montreal KOYAI. QRORO13 OCT.-IS IIOYAL HDWAUp NOV. 1 ROYAL GEOUOE NOV. 16 Xrrias Sailing from Halifax KO1AL K.OV 29 ROT VY ILOliGb Dec, 13 i Rsiea, of .Passage 1ST" CLASS ...I.02.50 Ul'VVARllS .'SOS.To UPWARDS 3KD CLASS, Bristol or L'don Further information from S B Mitch 11 Afcent G P Rj :.H. Mi'clieth, City Ticket G N Rj or mite to A. II. DAVIS, 272 STREET WINNIPEG I .WEBBER NEWS' I W and nioco. Miss Hie >l ri-ent to Lai o on Tuesday Micro Mibs Jcisic will 10 nonje time A Milhcson tt slrer of I C and SJ'cKinnou, cnnns out from Crassy on .Thunidsy, .Ipiin Krang rcLurnert on Tuosi- O.i) fion] Jlcibcrt Mwlhinst Mia., Siltlt Dick S30.25 London AT Liverpool Now is tlie riihB to make reier- 71 ion for Pill and gall inss Unexcelled accommcraaiion lor Third Class Passcngera. Closed ;rooms; Large, now, twin-screw steamers. Special railroad fares in connection to Europe. Cunanl Line Canadian Secvice. Oct. 7; S.S. "Asciin- Oct. 21: S.S. Nov. 4; Nov. IS. CHRISTMAS EXCURSION New S.S. December 2nd. For further.Infornmtlon. apply to any -Steamship or Railway Agent. II. E. Lidmnn, General Agent, Canadian 445 MAIN Hid Airs Is "J'HI viailors Hsi week A. Stevens on Sun O McKinnon Is home after B foif night's absence. Mia poster a niece nf r ami S returned to her at For ami Ore artei a short visit here Alfred D. Mcdhiiral; jr., vlRltcdhvltli F. W..Clones on T.uesdny and Weiines dny, Daniel IIoKon, agcil wil-j. killed by Wellnnd.' DUNCAN MARSHALL'S INVITING THE BIG CONGRESS TO MEET IN LETHBRIDGE Mr. President, ladies and gentle-., creeds., It has .been international men: The'thing j.bout. the speeches-its .icope. We have-heard 6C agrlcu that have been delivered that- strike ture'in India, in in South Ame; me as most is the .ica ami in main othei parts of th commendable modesty of the last and now, Mr., Chairman, lartie the Con bohalf of Lethbridge, and Canada, invite' the Women's Congress to come over -to our city.. We could the ladles. 'Aiild Nature ewears the. Jovely dears Her noblest, work she classes 0' Her 'prentice hafcd she tried on man And tli en she made the lasses, O' You cannot make Buccevjs of any organization of this kind without the in it sir ve invite not only tho dry farmers, but the wives of the dry and their, daugh- ters "to come over, to-our country and hold tuc Woman s, Congress BE veil is tho Drj rarnung Conffmse in tie City of L-ethbridge.: As thie IB the only invitation you have both congresses I have'hot the slight- est doubt About whmt you .will do. TELEGRAPHIC T 1! Gordon is new pnAMwt of of the Stratford Board of Tr-rfa Joshua Jack nun. a of L-wdnn HDahip is dead at London, fih Ferdinand Hostetter, 20, was allowed suspended sentence by Macii irate Weir, of on a charge of naulUng little girl. Tanorede Margil, of 'MHtaHl.' publish In full In own pftpAr a. udgmen't that an article printed con'- .eniiup DanduranA un TUC and libelloue z ______________________' Auction Sale Blacksmith Shop. Business. Tools, etc., Thursday, Nov. 2, at 2 p.m. Ai the fosM'k oi J. Tuff's Grocery St. South Road) nciir KtevatAr by AV. L. WILSON, AUCJTIOJNEEK Instructed by Mills. A .Hooker, who-are leaving the will thf following wlthouf reterve i 1. rice. J hand 'drill- 1 Mower and tyrtf iron. 1 anvil 1 line nnaetter. i 'ma- chine vrith fellow boring at- tach menu 1 set stocks and dies. I pr. bolt clippers 7 buggy cross bars. Wagon and buggy spokes. A of Iron. 12 buggy shafts 2 >pilr express-shafts. f Several broken kegs of horse shoe! nails Several broken boxes of toe caulks. Bolts of all sixes. Square, Saws, Hammers, Brace and Pfncors Files, Wrenches -in fact nil tho tools necessary- for SHOP FOR SALE ALSO, size 20x30. Tho proprietors have more work fhan..l.ticy cUn but compcllod to sell on account of sickliest in the .This is an A.I' chanco for a good'blacksmith-'to take the biisines-j thnr oartlcUlarB phone the Auctioneer, 1023; _t TERMi ON TERMS 0N SHOP-1-3 balance thrte months with ap- proved at ptr cant, inttrattj ;