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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ia aaa- thai roitd to in a j nuke H productive and the te o-i: Office opposite- Balmoral 'PH'OISIE e'sl'L' J. F, Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES HeaVy YOUNG Sale SUWes Wotd St. F. B-, ROLFSON ARCHITECT Rewn I Whitn.y Black. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdon.ld Block, Redpath Street Arta. A woman in Idaho says she baked 799 last year. She haa no wit- neae to back -up her statement as her husband died before January. It is our duty now aa citizens city with a future of greatness to use ocr utmost effort to bring a com- petitive road to this city. The Great "Northern, having been beaten in its effort to secure an entrance to the city and onward through the- A. R. I., out of the question and our hopes must be centered on the Canadian Northern and the Grand Trunk Pa cific. The Herald .believes can solve the problem by in ducing these roads to bring brand lines intf> the south country by moan; of A guarantee Of bonds. "Thnt guar antep should not be given however until the province secures a contn. of the freight and traflic rates. One- these roads came into city wt would have the competition we They would also open up a m -w conn try and create new towns and village, all of which would add to the rapk development of Lethbridge as a tribniing centre. Action of this natiir on the part of the government vjn Albert a we have very few branch lines of ro-ul. In Southern Alberta we have only the A. R I lines and the C. K. to Calgary apart from the Crow' s line which can properly be termed a main line. From Stratheona south to the boundary at the present time. Alberta is in possession of one railroad. A situation such .is that is extremely in jurious to every interest. A vast country from Red Deer south to the boundary is without railroad branch lines. Take for instance from the C. E. south of the C.P.R. main line and eas', to practically Medicine Hat, not a line of rail is there to aid in its de- yejpprnent or to assist the settlers Cardston The same day his brothers Messrs. and Hynim Harris with Mrs. Harris departed for. school and college. Mr. Frank Harris and wile will go east to Cornell where farther work ID Agricultural Chemistry will be pur- sued. The past year Mr. Harris has been assistant chemist in the Utah Agricultural College under Dr. Wid- stoe. Mr. H. 11. Sloan has retired from the firm of Sloan Hampton, our known blacksmiths. Mr. Clyde Brown has purchased an "interest- in the premises and will Vith Mr. Hampton. Quite a number of the local cattle- men were in this week delivering to Mr. Bolcovaki. Messrs. Ed. Ivins, Jno. West, AH in Caldwell and Harry Divens were among the number. The lack of cars held them for several days and finally they had to turn over to Mr. Bolcovski who is herding the cattle and patiently for those cattle cars. Coleman GO TO AGE'S ATURDAY ALE FOR EYE-OPEKINC BARGAINS The Magratb Eyeopener' arrives afternoon. Catch on Everybody, Argosy, Scrap Book, Wide World, Popu- lar, Story-Teller, Railroad Man, Smart Set, Cavalier, Allstory. ALL FOR OCTOBER NOW ON SALE I SIEF ignore III BNVL Coleman, Sept. Wednesday morning, Mrs. H. Clark arrived from England. Mrs. Clark joins "her hus- band here who has been a resident of Coleman for two or three months. Mr. and Mrs. Burrows have been visiting friends and relatives in Cole- man, for the past few Aaya. The Opera House management has been advertising for a janitor. Am- ong a number of applications, that of James Larrigan 'was the most ac- ceptable. "Jimmy" got the job. ilr. and Mrs. John Unsworth re- turned a few days ago from a week's vLsit among friends in Cardston and Magrath. Mr. Unsworth brings glow- ing 'reports of bountiful crops and splendid chicken shooting in that dis- trict. At the Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday evening Joseph Fortier and Miss Lizzie Ludolph were united in marriage by Rev. Father DeWilde The bride was formerly a resident of Coleman, but has for some time post been living in Hosmer. She and her husband -will take up residence In that town. They wilt nave the ftosi, wishes of Coleman friends. Edward Kioly is the nvw manager at Upton's store. Mr. Stewart! who was in charge rrns pone to Fincher Creek, which will be regret- ted by his Coleman friends. The home of Mrs. Fred Jones waa the scone of a pleasant surprise parly on Wednesday evening last. About twenty ladies from that section of the town known us "the hill" took Mrs. Jones completely by surprise and fvrrthermore took charge of home for the evening. Conundrums and yarns were the order of the ev- ening. All who attended enjoyed themselves immensely. Mrs. D. G-. Stafford and Mrs. Wm. Haysom n- ceived prizes'in the conundrum con- test. Mrs.' Jones excels as a hostess and greatly appreciated, as did all, the evening's entertainment.. Coleman's new house Is re- ceiving quite a large patronage be- sides having all the local events held in it such as banquets, .dances, po- litical meetings, church concerts, etc. quite a number of travelling phiy companies performances here. Two companies have out for in NOTE CHANGE OK DATE EXCURSION RATES TO THE LAND OF THE BIG RED APPLE Under the auspices of The Arrow Lake Orchards The Excurgion will leave Lethbridge, September 22nd 21st ie 21st One day will be spent at the Nelson Exhibition, tfce Company's lauds on.ihe of the 24th, returning the same day. parfr bo accompanied by the Company's representative a. for furtljer particulars and application forms apply M. FREHAN, Letkkrife, AJu. I THE WEBB REALTY CO, Sf.4m, Applications sliould be in by Sept. 18tb or sooner Tte Arrow Lake Orefords THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Children's Clothea and Plain Sewing ArgyU Uthbridie Lodge CV) A. F. A. M., Q. R. A. meeUng night; the Tbondaf of each month in Maiomc Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m." Visiting brethren will always a hearty A.C.ME8SER, G.Y.BTORKET. W. M. Secwtary, P. O. Box M7 1st and 3rd Mondays inX.of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaitinx 'cordially At 2-y T. J. W.S Onkr Fwesten Hayr Transfer Co. H. G. Heie. PHONE 180 Tte talkie tatanit i Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new atid clean. Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all of month- f Visiting Brethren Welcome J F. ROGERS, CR A. JSEIDIGr, F.8. The Ubeb toinj nd Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lib torlt if tte Eailrri ni Wat iffeMistErH. FROM to EACH FBESH and CHTCKENS-at Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each T7 A QV One-third caah, one-third 6 months, balance 12 Interest 6 per cent, per annum d (M UdMp, Mi. HUB UTTUBAIDGE i.OUuc MO. M x C. B. P. O; E. Mecla on tba Toeadajr ot eack 8.15 p.B. E gHARMAN, M PRIEST. K. R! Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Sra it taefl Watca tbe new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal ia UM Kninl.u of Ball errry IrH aMt third ThiirnUy in tWiftovti at 8; VWtiuu KrH T. AobiM, c _____L STATIONARY UT ENQINCCRS First-dass Cafe IS IBBI ma Order Ictweeft Hals CARROLL DOTLE Meet in the Labor Han erex? and .and fourth Mondays ia ths month. reiwirtof certificated and enffoeefa out of eaptot ment. n well to with M. ROBERT NEVIN, Cblet W. A. DlCKdQK, Secntary. The Oxford Cafe Has bwrt Remodelled' Cigars, Fruit and Confectionary JOE FONG Proprietor ;