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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ibitntiraly new Mkd Up-to-Dfttc Stock off Millinery la being displayed next door to the Electric Light Office UTKT LOCAL. W. H. SCOTT. Proprietor L. A. SooTT, Maxaoer ,,,- .... � '"' ' Come and See The largest and best bunch of one, two and three year old---- ayde and Shire   Stallions Ever imported to Western Alberta. I sell them right and guarantee them right in every particular.-- J. IL HINSHAW LOCK BOX 223 High River. - Alberta Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGEN IS Olflct~Sccoa4 Floor Soatkard BiMk Post Ottioe Box 3 Talaptaone No. 122 ^TRY AN Electric Massage Or Shampoo AT THE � Hotel Uthbridge Berber Shop Most Up-to-date in town M. PBIEST - PROPRIETOR T. L Patteson List Round Lou 18 and 19. block 18, Street flO.OOO each. Two lots, block 15, DuS aoms, brick, Hound St. extension $3,000. Cottage, S| lota, 6 rooms, Argyle 'Avmue. $3,000. Cottaffe 3 lots. S rooms, Argyle Araauo. $1,900. FARM Lu\NDS. 5 acres irrigated just outside cf eityliipfts $110 per acre. ' e.4 acres, irrigated, just outsideof city lla&its $826. 35 acres irrigated, juat outside of cKy limits and two dwellings, on asy tenna $2,800. 40 acre tract, just outside city limlta. $8,000. 90, house 14x22, 10 acres cultivatc-d # alio of teacing $10 per acre. : Hmit aeotioa, first class fall wheat land within 5 miles of city limits. fl3 per. acre. Improvml farm within three miles of dty, with buildings, stock, (a-bout 800 hsad) and farm implemants 8,000 acraa pasture, a bargain fur $88,000. 1380 acres fall wheat land on Tp 8, Raage 17, choice selected tract, abundaaea of good water, within 4 miles of Brunton. half cash, balance oa easy terms, $13.00 per acre. I�tkbrMg*. Sept. 12, 1906. Miss Tiffin is visitiiid; in I'lim!:. V. K. Brewer is away on �. lioll-(Ja.v trip to Franl. .m Cnimtla, was in town a its' C�y!� this wl�ek. llcv. J. CS. Slicarur wiU a.J.hxss uioss meeting of cl\iltlr-.'n ^t vhi'co o'clock on Sunday .'t';rii�! �!i in Wosley Church. Rev. J. K. Hughson will pi-each in Wesley Church on Suuilay evening. Subject, ''What it Means to Ueconio a Christian." A. M. Xanton, managing director of the A.R. & I. Co. si)ent j-est fr -flny in the city. While iioixj he vis -it�l the mines. Mr. Morrison, late uuvmxgcr of the Balmorai hotel, will open a res -taurnnt in the old Aiuerican r3.i-taurant building. "Hooligan's Troulilcs" appear ut Oliver's Hall, a week from tonwrrjw night. It is given credit by l>'e press of Ixjing an A I show. Goo. Hi'ssop, who was so ba'lly injurotl week, is reported to bo improving. His father Abe Hyssop, ret,urncear in tho city in a few weeks in company witli Harold .Tarvis, tho famous tenor. Mrs. a. 11. Howard, wife of O. li. Howard, dl.strict registrar of Car -man, Manitoba, i-cached Taljor on Sept. 1 and is visiting her daughter Mrs. W. 11. lang. Mrs. Hovard also spent some time visiting friend.^ at I'incher Creek and Nelson, IJ. C, previouz to conting to Talx'r. In its last list of Septemiber oirth-days, the Railway World has this one of local interest: W. D. Itar>',ay ex-Bfanagcr, Alberta R3'. & Coal Co, and Great Falls and Canada Ry., now a momljcr of the firm ,if Foley Bros., Larson & Co., contractors St. Paul, Minn., born at Campbell-ton, N.K., Sept. 23. 18.52. Mr. Wm. Cousins last week lur-chused Alfred'Av-jrv'.^ n'.-o-at two miles up the river and with it tho lease of Oalt Islatwt �:hieh \t-ill be converted into a camping summer resort. The Island will, bo easily reached by tho new steamboat and will be a flno sununer resort fur Medicine Halites. - Mediciiic H'at,r Times. A drunken conductor and brake -man dolayoti a C.P.U. stock, tram fur noarl.y three hours one night last week. Tho men were told not to go out, but while a new crow was ho-ing looked up, tho train sfartod an.I g'>t to Tabor �>eforo being atopped. ft i.s underntood an investigation was held this week and tho men will be dismissed. I.^/A. Silver drove his teani up to the trough at the Thillas tho other day. A wagon loaded with intoxi � cants wos in his way, aiKl \> o' to 8th. At mooting of the executive of the .\. R. & T. lihrnr.v last week, it was decided to petition tho AHiorta government for a grant. In-Ontario the governmeiii gives each year to every public library one dollar for each dollar siwnt on books up to 8200 and $1 for every $2 spent on (ici-iodicals up to 850. Messrs Cun -ninghum Barclay, Pierce and Livingstone were njipointorl a committee to purchase new books. Messrs. Cunningham. Mockford and Living -stone wore appointed a conwiTt'teo to provide for a series of entertain -monts. Tho library has at pre.sent a-bout 2,000 voUutios. CITY OFjLKTHBRIOiiE. API'UOATIONS Tor ths position of Assistant City COBSUMe for the City of Lcthbridgo will be reoa(ved up to l p.m. on Sat-Untejr, Sept. 29th. TcHtimonials oiuat accompany application. B. O. STEWAI{T. Acting Secretary-Treasurer ron SALE. 'J An Iteipll* Typewriter in use flye .atoatka. Prioe $80.00. Can bo soon by'apfiljriaf to' Singer Sewing Mash- on the road but did not K!av.j barrels or bottles. Rev. Dr. Mooro, formerly pastor of Bank St. Presbyterian church, Ottawa, is tu address a meeting ut Oliver's hall next Wednes'liv t:\tn ing' in the interests of tho anti-Tubercuiosls League > f wfilf.'i It* iis Dominion' Secretary. Dr. Mooi-o at one timo Moderator of tho Presbyterian OonemI Assomblj'. Dr. Clcndonan provincial modi.Ml l.'.oHh oRlcor, will also speak, Tho only reply tho Oily Solicitor has veccivod from F. II. Shermm since lie coinmunicatefl with him .m Sept. 5, is the follov ing under dato of Sopt. 1.5: "Your letter dntod .Sept. Shas .fust boon handed to mo at Fernio. In reply, I bog to state thati tho subject matter contained therein Is under legal advisement, and should wo need your services as prosecutor, we shall bo glad to m-cop't tKo odor of j'our city." WOOLLEN MILL lJi:Ar> C^asily Understood Mills ai-o Good That Woollen Investments. Montreal, Sept. 7.-From a capitalization of $700,000 to one of four millions is the remarkalili! outcome of two deals resulting in thi-. two transfers of the ownership (J tho Penman jnanufacturing company uf Paris, tho financial tk-tail.s o which wonu announce*! today. It in seldom that any financial coup in Toronto or Montreal fimancial cir cles has attracted so ntuch nttont ion as that by which Mr. Duncm M. Stewart, general mnniigcr of Sovereign Bank of Canada, gradually pickofl up tho controlling intcrjst in the Penman company and after-waivis clispo.sod of it to Messrs ' D. Yuil, E. J. Black and C. B. 0�rdon of Montreal. When Mr. Stwvart started out to got control of the Ponmnn concern it h�) plant but shortly after they worn approached by Messrs. Yull, BUcV aml Gordon of Montreal, with an offer to buy the entire plant of th� company. The deal has been put through and tho capital of tho new company will bo $4,000,000 of which rt is intcndol that $3,500,000 should bo in com- CLAUDE E. D. LOWE REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT Lethbridge, Alberta Choice Farm Lands, Improved and Prairie. Town Lots Splendid Selections near Tabor and Stirling SPECIALS THIS WEEK 5(XX> acres in Milk River District, IHO acres plowed, nil fenced, 4 strand wire, House, granary, 3500 bushels, 2 stables, cattle fhed, corral, etc.....................................................................................$8.00 per acr Section 11, township 4, range 2-1, ouo-qtiartcr mile from Raley sfation, a snap...............................$12 per acre AGENT FOR W. BilFs Woolen Warehouse, London, Eng. IMPORTERS OF IRISH AND SCOTCH TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS, IRISH FRIEZES FLANNELS, LADIES' COSTUME CLOTH, RUGS, CAPS, ETC! Menzies & Co., Toronto �l,cy choir, gleo and concert parly who are to visit some of the principal cities and towns in Canantlbn ;