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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta f S-ALE-Good 6 rooifc-eottage on rd, close in; water, stable one block from Gait 'd lease to suitable tenant Vft ,i -f North American Life e, Higfc Representing: .For the past fire busy preparing a line of suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky, im any tize yeu rtgtrt-'prices. have a. full linerof HARDY FLOWERING! that Alberta tested and wintered" beautifully. "Rp 8 C8 harder bacVe-have finally selected .etiei (wfll'-thrire. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN.-CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER-. BERRY (best-of makeisplecdid'hedges-and are rjierfectly-hardy. can snip you a line-of. PERFECTLY HARDY-FRUIT T.JIEES -AND SMALL FRUITS will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring V- GUARANTEE all TO GROW-that we ft'- the-jpjantmg-or. Let us correspondence with you in-regard to thesi thfergB; a Remember. QCTQBER IS .THE To PLANT when done" -rifHt- We instruct you. pricsryour wants.- Seni-for .price list-now while- you-think" of it. :C YMIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS OF THE WHJT.LA Everybody is -buar the Inspector call. made a ..Miss May. and. Stella Agar ai> ex- pected here from Balgonie. Sask.. where they have ;been visiting. Mr. Fisher moved out on his home- stead, and put in a pool -table in his 'acedia town. P. J. De Marce went to Lsthbridge on Thursday morning. and ret-arned N. Kart aad-G.-W. Flemming are busy gathering ttay for the atoek this winter. funeral- of the late. M. returned- horns about two a.m on morn% they discovered the empty 'and Qieir niece Cecils 15 years old, and two children, aged five an-d. three, missing. After arousing several neighbors, they found that they had -been visiting at John Leys, "about, .half a mile away, and started home before nine. Some of ;the; -.turned out to help loot, -but before- the search became general, a moving was seen in' the distance, and -JUr. Riley, who lives about 'foor was discor A, B. L, and modest to ;bld.k ourVo no -one-. felt to us in any way, our timidnessf is now- turned "loose. Hoveveir. er jealous 'of pur less en-aey are tinually tilling of -their aftairs, There are of A. W. Winchomfoe. ook place at Winnifred Presbyterian 'Jhuroh on Saturday. 8: P. A. De Marce 'is thinking about going to Medicine Hat'to look for a place to stay all winter and attend school. L. B. Losey and a other are getting ready to .go the Cypress HillaShunting for 'big game. One of the -Oddeney girls-departed to the state of Washington to teach school. Mr. and home, none the worse "for -adventure." Spur-1' a roof and their crop. Mrs. E.-B. CANADIAN INSURANCE CAN American Authorities 'Relent in Their .Regulations --'on- "Empfojmrent Insurance. Washington, Sept. Canad- ian Bonding i; --which do in the United States, tut i -barred by the Treasury gorsrnmeiit-'employees-Tiriir-tbe allow-' participate. .In. tHat ,branch of the' ib'iaiiiess -by a new ruling which -tSs" Treasury Department is" about to PRICE OF CLOUR GOES. v Sept. of the Woods MilUng, Company 'announced night3 (Friday) a reduction of SO cents per. barrel in. flour to take- feet "Btftte this done 'in order to ;iieer the" i Ing Mrs. R. H.--Paul went to North Dakota- last Monday --to thresh Weed and -son made o to .-Bow Island ikst Tuesday on _ and Ira Williams are going-da--Monday'to-MediciEe Hat prove '..up on tbeif homesteads; opened; a shop business. J. De Marce other 'improvements, on. the he recently.-purchased, from G.; G.'McInneSjithat -will convert it in- to-, a neat little residence. NEWS. special meet- ing, of-'the ratepayers .of Duumore S. U; No. 173, hftB'ibeeniCaUe-d for Tues- the at, 7.3V p.m.-' Sev- yields being reported_____.f this locality, waich'-'maices -us we have just about "as and climate as lies .out of doors. Some-coal -claims are-beins-develop- ed and expected that, hereabouts will no dQufot.-get tu' "coal at home.'this', hatil- from Grassy 'Lake.'and -'Fraci. A 14 4 XT .H-I-WI It? is Backer claim f-ully the vein1 twenty-six inches thick, located-.'in, .-Chin, Goalee, of The 'drilling outfit, .-which has- been at work on the place of Thomas Cal- houn the past, two .months, and which was disabled for some time, is in working ordeiV and pounding They are down 17-5 feat and> expect to strike-good water at anV; time-sow. A social, dance was given at tae .home of Mr." last evening. a' week .ago' MT.- ast Monday; '.-KASIMI'K ______ Many pf "our farmers are sow Francis the secretary-treasur- er, handed 'in ms- resignation. Ths meeiing has bean called" 'to nominate two man to fill '-the places of these1 gentlemn, -Mr.-' Wright- is a. iec retary-treasurer, "intf it '-is hoped h may bs induced to .hois'1 if rJH the and of the yjaar Il ary. eral months a. the town TJ1OS- visiting -in' Gal- limits., whb had filled the position of chairman" of 'th'e -School Board for some time; resigned -.and jaoved to Mel- Alf. Backer. -has tract .to break 200 acres .Bros. of .Grassy Lake, his gasoline onto .'the The .loca'r.'showers'.we :have "been A gQOd, p'an Coleridge' people -Friday to improved -party. As it the of part of' j -'V; t aid. -.'are waU; consent 'to' al- losr Canadian companies, io' reinsure of risks, which 'have .'been. by Anierican It was -represented 'that --such an attitude help American concerns Soiag business in Canada. It is stated .other -been cutting-' 'rates parts ct tte 'country Lake a ukifannVireduc'fib'a; TROUBLE THE D. Maclennan. formerly pastor at -Willaniale, Sept; inrmcinse eas- ing constructed -toy T. P. BavH, for rebuilding-Lthe'Quebec Briage down-'ofia e from bressed air into 'the 1 has already It is luily equipped for, branck of Job to Jo Oil The Shortest Possible Notice w No Job Too Large No Job Too Spall E'st-i-mates samples cLeerfuliy furnished Mail Orders receive prompt Phone 1224 y other pf nice'local i union here. the '-closing il- was pfw tie western tour it was nior.e thaal usually inter- esting. The .t'oth Alber- ta present' anrt well as Sir" Wilfrid'-'and his mlnissers. It is not often'' that our citizens have'the opportunity of-hear- p.ullea last We understand he is turning-the-soil'-at the rate-of 15 acres per day with four plows. Some h'ere, althoughJt'isy-a'.littsls "dry. Massinasin, start- ed last-Monday, in 2-13, with Miss Cog- Ion teadter. ate now attending. The settlers certain- ly appreciate-' the school, as some of the children had to go. from, five to seven "miles.- M f L K R fcV ER VA L LEY- g over twenty-five mem- ing-so '-public- men at the "Allaire.taking.a good.interest-in th .union. no. th WUon will repay those who are fortun atS eiiougn to become members. Fanners.of-Kasimir, No hold their first picnic on'lh September 17th. There .-.._ be a' good- .afternoon of sports Supper will be served at five o'clock An entertainment will be given in. the evening, jgentlemen will fte charget ii5c. for supper, ladies and children- Ladies are kindly" requested'to baskets. 3OW ISLAND NEWS. Bow -Island, Sept. Thos erected a neat residence on fcoznestead, and his brother Rob- crt.and wife are" resMlng with-.him temporarily. M-r. Kdwden left on Wednesday .to pend the winter "in Calfary: John Donovan, of Sotfth'Bow -Is- and tooi the train on Tuesday, on a 'uslnsgs' visit to Montana an-d" North JDakota. Mrs: Oeo. Bruce and children re- urned on Monday from their camping near Oleichen. School commenced .September l. with Miss Johnson of Calgary 'and" Hiss Ida PcJlette in charge. Born to jir. and MTS. C. Hands- at suhayside on August 29, a four" and a half pound son, I The T. R. Y. Club weve entertained !fcy Mrs. S. >R. McCrea on Wednesday I afternoon. Mr. and -Mrs. Potter have moved" in- to the McCondrack -building .and will run a laundry and -bakery. 'Miss Marjorie Taylor, will attend schooj at Medicine -Hat this winter. Mrs. UVmuller and children return- e4_ to Leeds. North Dakota, for the winter. Mrs. Prank "Reams and children. Ly- maa and- Leora, returned from a two day convenient to 'home, 'and all re-. turned .well pleased "with They report great i the" an.4 -Drip, at th'elr. of "a. niinVOer of "friends ro a chicken dinner on Tlnjrsd iv wesetit and the young wo- almoKt by her enthusiastic friends, the American. "Wn'y. Eleanor." I "vVeit.1' said the Sears, "I to shave tcnnight, anft I cut myself. Hence the' beauty. an.i Mrs. Doan, "Mrt "tirs. Curtis, Mre. Jas A Jew vo- ended a i.s. and Mr.] host ended a rgeron weiit to Sir on {edvihe oaith Eow- j Sp0t.- English gentleman present hem- med and hawed and' nearly swallow ed his monocle. to explain 'matters' to land for a cemetery was six acres-froai J. W. Hopkins. :hs D Ferentfports .iJobal' that the yj'Vfwiij' Eigfl. .So 45 tousheU. psr. -cnffo-r- desgeau'lts.l flight of istair'sMeadingjfcom and sugar Bother bringing fell _.. ,As toi-the V U pGE R fS.S month of; Copper's iri while, stock-.- .shelter. :fnr-m "And she was spoofing-. eaft. of i This American government., it'-'-ts necessary.' to j wonderful I" ,.-i j aav that. in taine has Of late -Miss ing- deal, of-time i. r, Vanderbilfs ip.6. in a.big wh'ire sweater, .yar-hiinB ''i cap Sh.orr duck, sltjrt, the wbeell-like'dhe born' to' Having mastered evprv onort. Including ranks as Newport's V' ;