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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday; Sepfoiiibcr IS. 1912. TFfE LETlTBRfDOF, DAILY HERALD Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property If you can invest Here a Snap iBlM St rooms, all papered.' Cellar, water, sbwoV f put in. I'flce cash, balance S26 per month. 12 lots, -it. North Ward, nenr new school. TO Avo. S.. 7 rooms, fully modern, 'month. PHONC 12i5 Akk for Brokerage Department MITFORD COMPANY HERALD OFFICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 4lt_- FIFTH 1114 Real Estate Money to Loan Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Think This Over bj 125 feot, corner of llit.li Elreet mid 7th Avannn 47 1-2 feet ;by 125 feet, corner, of 16lh Street and 7th Avenue Nbrtk Lethbridge Realty Co. Fire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per month The G. B. Bowman Agency ACACIA (LOCK. Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lots facing north, on.Seventh Avenue South, on sewer and water; near Fifteenth elb South; short time only Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 Must Sell at Sacrifice On account'of ill health and consequent inability to manage, client of mine is compelled to Bell at a sacrifice a very valuable tract of land, coniarains 168 .acres, all well-fenced, and under cul- water, iorae'under irrisation, situate about 7 miles "miithMit-'of Lothbrldge and 1 1-2 miles from Wilson's Siding. I will nay the customary commission to any real estate apsent. who MirnielleB a buyer. Will give good terms and take in other real estate as part payment. Legal description of 17-8-20 and part Hdjoinirig section. For.Further information YV 1 f'l PAf 4XTt assurance thai rlirir line will he completed into WILLOW CITY before tiie r-loiif1 of next.' year; with till- Pac-iJir and Hudson Bay tinviiig reserved a ir.jvkage and depot sih-'s in VVtLLOW CITY and i heir rnpinefrK on the ground surveying their terminals; and with the- I'ariboo, Barkvr- villr Willow Ulver KaH- rond assuri-d, ir- snflldcnt. for ihf iiitr.-! hivosior. .WRITE TODAY for maps, and printed matter nhniit WILLOW CITY where r.-irly investors, jtist as thoy did nt Ct-orfio. reap I lie profits in hr made on lots honyht now, and so rnif ihr iHiviinrr hound to from linio to liino as the rr.ilroad approaches. PACIFIC BOND AND LAND COR- PORATION, LIMITED fc04' Pacific Build'g Vancouver B.C. PICTURE BUTTE NOTES All tiie threshing machines are busy at work again after the rainy weaib- er and fanners are wearing the glad smile. Battersea district is to have a post, ofiice at last. It will be known as the Picture Rime pom office. Tlw j mail will leave on Wednesdays and j Fridays and arrive on Thursdays and j Saturdays. Air. .McDonald is the post- master. John Woodcock or Kamwonli, Ont., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. "C. Moss of Picture Unite, and his son, Xormari Woodcock, of Turin. John Pearson of Fannvorih, On 1.. i-: visiting his SOUK. C. K. and Pearson, also his grand-daughter. Mrs. H, Moss. Tlio Misses Mct'.ride and Beamish have iioen holding meetings in the school house for ihe past two weeks. j We take notice that the telephone polos are well scattered all along the I Wo suppose thy line will soon he ready for use. There will lie a I installed in ihe school house. Jack d rah a IK has invested in a new separator and has .started out thresli- I ins. -''U-k had (lie misfortune to cut cff the end nf his thumb last wcel HARLAN B. ROWE The unsuccessful Democratic candi- date in Vermont for the post of Gov- ernor To Shippers of Grain Before selllng-or iMppIng your grain coniult JOHN1-BILLINGS CO. Grain. MirchanU, Wlnnjpao; and Lethbridge Special intention to .consignments .and prompt returns-, mute-utter unloading of cure. Advances on all Bilta of Lading if. desired. Market priceii by wire or 'phone. Office at Messrs. Asquith ft Lindsay's Dominion Block, Lethbridae, Alta. 1714. P. 0. Box 278. Local Manager 1. SALBERG DISTRICT NEWS SWEET VALLEY .Sweet-Vallejr, Wept. Lad- ies' Aid jntit on the 4th with Mrs. Vanho'rni. A goodly number were present, considering ttic riamp day. The work is progressing rapidly to- ward holding u bazaar this tall. was called to Oranum last week to the sick- bed of his fa- ther, who died two or three days at- ter his arrival. His death has been expected for a month, owing "to his disease being canoer. Mrs. Stark and son Cim have ar- rived home from Granum after a two months' stay. The Misses Ureenman are in charge of Shirley's cook Mrs. .J. Kicketl and Mrs. 0- Baughman attended the chicken sup- per at Ungleview under the- auspices of the Sunday school, preparations are being maile for the Sunday school Kalty the 29th, to be held at Rose- mead Hall. Mrs. Shirley, ST., has returned from, Lethbridge alter a three months' stay. Her daughter, Russell, and children, accompanied her home for a two weeks' visit. Wm. Turley has finished threshing around here and is going across the valier to larger fields, ljuite-a num- as most all are threshed on the west side of Sweet Valley. T. L'olvui is hoinesteadjng again after.a few weeks' absence in the har- vest fields. Shirley made a trip to l-nl- gary last week to purchase his fall line of stoves and hardware, also fur- lined coats and blankets of all de- scriptions. Hlchani Sables Js home looking af- ter the business routine of his home- stead. Miss Beatrice Foster has returned ti> Uian.ond City after a few months' stay, hrrc with her mother. COWLEY Cowiey, Sept. Charles of the International" Har- vester Co., of Lethbridge, was in town a couple of days this week. Mr. Schneider was engineer on Cotte Bros, threshing outfit last fall, and his good work on this outfit secured him his present position. Miss A. Bromley, who has been vja- iiiug her brother, .Mr. E. W. Uromiey, left today for Post, Texas, where she intends making her future home. Al- though here only a short time she made many friends whose best wishes go with her to her new home. Miss Julia I-arum, of Pincher City, was in town Friday, to the dance. Sergeant Jpines Hughes was in Mac- leod on Friday in'the interests of the troop of Alberta Ran- The polo team, who have been in llacleod, attending the tournament, re turned on Saturday. While at the meet they met their first defeat in fourteen years. The team ai whosa hands they were beaten played tinder the name of Cochrane, hut was a com- bination of all the beat players in northern Alberta. The North Fork team was composed of Giinn, Con- nelly, Hurns and Pettit. Miss 3. M. Pettit attended the polo ball in Macleori on Friday niglu. A very enjoyable was .spent in ihe Opera Mouse on Friday night, when a large crowd assembled, and danced until the small hours in thr morning. The Coleman orchestra furnished the music. G. Ihichanan started his ihrosh-j ins outfit on Saturday on bis farm.! Mr. llueiiiimtn lias several hundred ac- j IP of iop ind has it all ready for his I Mr. and Mrs. C. Hobinson were i I me I" i i 1 visitors on Sunday. j Charles Ingram- look in this sights Lethbridge last Saturday street, cars the chief attraction. .Alias Ethel and Master In- gram took'supper at Crombie'i-Sua-.' dav week. MILK RIVER Milk Hiver, Sept Ib Saturday, witnessed a very hard frost Then was (lax and late oats Sunday morning the was htdderu hy a coating of hoar frost; The ershave been started in it now. Threshing is going on apace. Tfcer are more separators this jear ttoa the grain mil all he IB th granaries hcforc it up 'As whole, the .harvest it, good. N. Bowman, of flerlm, Out is. the-guest of her nenhcvi, Rev. A Cleriiens. i Air. Easton Houde into thw village for the winter. a COAL CITY Coal and .MfST-, George Young are to. 1327 Lethbridge We Have Received n bunch of good residential lotsatsnc- rit'ico prices nnil shall lie pleased to you on any of llllMII. If you buy through us, you buy right. HOUSES TO HENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Jildg.Ttli St. ;