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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOC DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, ,11 DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE Theonh White Kestaurant in tho city. It costs- no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least ..possible cost to our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. 30c. 35c. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dufferin Streets IRVINE IS AFTER GAS. He expects to get gas at a, thousand feet and- will lay pipes and supply UKT citizens. There are two blacksmith shops and they are busy; nearly all the time. Zasier and Bollinger, tlte Massey- agents at Irvine, have soldj 25 binders this season. They esti-j mote that there are over two hun dred binders in operation in the Irvine district this year. Thej expect to sell fifty binders next yeai owing to the increased the crop. They two- threshing outfits. There is demand for cream separators iu this district -which is an' indication that butter- making is "getting to be-quite an un .dgf taking. There is no poor crop around Ir- vine this year. Most of the grain stood from four and a half to five feet high. Oats are a splendid crop, yielding, an average of 65 bushels to the acre. This is ih'e conservative estimate of a conservative man who has travelled .through the country tri butary to Irvine. In Housener and Schlalit's butcher shop are some fine sarnpies of grain from the grain ;-fields of; John Baum- ten west; Philip Baker, "three miles south -west, and Robert Baurnback, two miles north of Irvine. The wheat sample is in the neighborhood of five feet, and the oats about five and a half feet high. John Baumbach. has three hundred Laid Behind the Counter Until Relief Came. iUFFERJMQ OF AN OffCN SOUND CONTRAC- BUILCER. cars of grain and ship to Winnipeg or Fort William, or Vancouver. F. E. Kain will also handle grain as an independent buyer and is erecting scales on the street opposite his office. There -are three general stores: F. Weiss and Son, John. Koening arid Both and Co., and each do a good business two hotels, the Golden West and the Alberta, and they furnish Medicine Hat and about 11 miles the public meals> and MAIN LINE TOWN HOPEFUL- LOTS OF SETTLERS GOING IN- TO DISTRICT ROUND ABOUT m to per acre. Newby and Bafschel are real estate accents in town. Mounted Police are represented by, foothills right through Sunny South- ern Alberta to the fourth'meridian, which is the eastern boundary of AI- Last year was the only poor crop j berta. The Herald man 'has not yet seen for 15 years arouud Irvine and 3eea or beard of a poor crop thia this season's bumper crop. is the j wfly froni High Kiver best yet. Fred Weiss and Son, agents for the International Harvester Machine Co. have -sold 48 binders this sea- and Queenstown south to the bound- ary and from the foothills to eastern boundary of Alberta. the- The- b'usiness men, and farmers of the- around Irvine and. 8 threshing j Lethbridge land district should cer- outflts and over 40 plows two steam outfits. including llim' a happy thanksgiving: j and harvest home trre fall. It win no .doubt be a surprise to many to learn that the actual farm- ing settlement extends right from Cowley and Lunclbreck among the the' only They are also agents for the C. P. R. lands The trustees oi Irvine school dis- trict ae Jacob Bollinger, Phillip IMcLeay and Fred Brost, while H S. is secretary-treasurer. J. F. 0. Barschel and E. G- Ben- well are each a justice Of the peace. H. S. Xewby is process issuer and notary public. The R yal XorthWest J. Place Your Orders for II ...WITH.... J Meals foi jus. mm i But school started -on Sept. 2 in the! old school house with the new prin- cipal, Mr. Reid late of Scot- land, in 'charge. The second teacher will be Miss Gertie Calkins, of Ir- vine. The enrollment is about. 90. This will be one of the finest schools in Alberta for its size. It is so con- structed that even in the colder wea- ther it will maintain an even tem- perature of 60 or 70 degrees above zero. Ventilation will provide acom- 'plete change of air throughcut the every fifteen minutes, ifr. John Trumble of-''Medicine Hat has very successfully carried out his own scheme of ventilation. He is the architect and has arranged the build- ing for two rooms at present but so that another room can be "added to make a fine four room school with large corridor. M. Esplem, of Medicine Hat. has the contract and is completing the building in a satisfactory way. The trustees certainly havt confi- dence that Irvine will grow or then- would not risive arranged the sch ol in this way so that it can be en- larged at little expense. The cerrunt blocks are made on the ground by the contractor and from ob- tained from the homestead of Harrv C. Yuill, just rt quarter of a rmlo from town. The school ground is of good size. 160.feet by 310 feet, thus providing ample room for play grounds, an- other example of the wise "foresight of the school board. iSatisf action Guaranteed PHONE 289 I Ring Up 108 When you want J DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN B R I El 25c. Good Meals Full Courses See what irs like at 4- I Chow Sam Co. Don't Wait General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal -and you want the best value your money will buy, ring me up on Phone 201. Coal delivered WM. TAYLOR I The Railway Passengers Assurance Company of London, England. in. "The oldest accident insurance company in the world." Insures against all kinds of Accidents, Illness, Em- ployers' Liability, Elevator and Fidelity Guarantee. Is capital ized at and has paid out claims over Grain your bonds from us. J. L Eakin and Co. DISTRICT AGENTS 387 Crabb St. (Opposite Bank of Uthbri dge, Alta. mSSSSSA Phone 3S3 Glass We have just unloaded a car of window, plate and fancy glass and are in a position to fill all orders at right prices. Our itock of lumber Is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. Mill work a specialty.' OLIVER'S KKTURING COMPMY Office and Factory Cr NHII Hi NMPU UIEETI I Telephone 158 GENERAL FRENCH Who has besn sent .to" Canada to adv ise on military defence and is now in this country Removal Notice "We are' new located in OUR NEW PLANT and are prepared to do MORE AND BETTER WORK before. Give us a trial with your next bundle We respectfully solicit your patronage TERMS: STRICTLY- CASH Lethbridge Laundry C. S. FARROW, Manager Phone 145 P.O. Box477 Ide JtibertB Restaurant Under new management First-class cook. Every- thing clean Get Quick Service First-class Menu at and MEALS Cafe 25c. FORD x STREET Next to Post Office Block, Meals 25c MAE ToM.JProp. We are still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the New England Restaurant DELIVERS GOODS Try and ask for something our Cook can't give you. New Hill Block The King Edward Restaurant Tie Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard ;