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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. Wl, THF LETHBKWfiK DAILY HERALD We have been uppoiiilei! agents .for Letli- urn! district Tie Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this-city, so (liat-loans-cnn be out; through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents NEWS OF JSTRICT NEW OAVTON ITEMS v district, 14iM IB tlireshlnj for W. U. Ne.w Dayt'on', Sept. He'Is doing good work. Aid met this week t at home of j F. .M. (iHltROn, Citizens Lumber Mrs. John About a Kent at uliH n'olnt. has miRiied. Mr. les were preiem, anil Olson, of Huron. N. Dak., has arrii- were made for -an entertainment 'Jii to tal.-.i' His place-. of-work on' October 12. Three j has not fnlly dPRldml will he erected in Mm what htiwill do, hul will most Ilk-ply i [one for fancy work which the Ifdtyi in Chin, f-nyngins in some jhHve been preparing during the other lino of business. rner; another 'or cnndy, and a third Herman LUKI relumed home to- for refreThments, which will be sprv- f, A "is gnmma will bo nrsiiareii, and'in al- I ,i together InleresiliiR time may be ,1'K lhis vlwiiilly arc L home talent play ll is a ihrcs-ocl Unimlma [siicinl. by all aUendhiK. We know of (lat'3- LOOK THIS UP Lots 34 ajul. Block 26, Duff Addition, near Queen Victoria :Piirk, on water and sewer, at the pair.' Tcnris. R. V GIBBONS CO. no Ladies Aid in n country charge THE TRACK-ON-TERMS ANYONE CAN HANDLE. Owner forced'to sell as be leaves for the Old Country in one month. Houiie was Ivuilt by an architect lo live .In. V cash; balance .to iuit. North Letkbridge Realty Co. j of'ihe local staff journeying on alter- Chin district will go solid for fed- I nate days to the southern branch, and j procitr and 'live Liberal candidate will give Ihe home hank the very beet: on Thursday, September L'l. service. G. H. Morelnnd finished cutting his pprlng grain on Wednesday of this week'. He has all' his fall grain threshed, and IB just waiting for A calm day to thresh out his spring crop. To Reduce Our Large Stock of Mclaughlin Carriages Democrats, Delivery Rigs Wears making a special cuiln prices from September 20th to the end of October. This discount applies to cash sales only Fish and Tudhope Wagons We have still a few of these standard Wagons left at Clearing Sale Prices. Call before they are all gone Kaulds. repraseuUns Marshall- Wells Hardware Co., called on our John Haibeck. on Monday of this ws'ak.' Mr. Hailieck is put- tin? in a full and complete line of hardware, also dry goods and grocer- Mr. Jloreland will be one of the first jits, in' trie district, and one of the first in j The Alberta Government Telephone Alberta to complete his year's thresh- Co. has nearly completed the work on this new central. The boolh is here. Mo'rison and the hoys arrived and will be put together this week. It home on Saturday last. Since coining is very much handier to have tcl- .1. has developed whooping cough, ephone in the store than whore it and has been quite ill. was formerly. The politicians have been buiy in and about New Dayton. A meeting has been held in Mr. Msgrath's- inter- ests H.t Tyrrel La ke school, and on Thursday H. Ostlund of Stirling was in New Dayton, arranging for a meet- LEAVITT NEWS The rainfall has been too Ivcavy in this district, and as a result the grain has been lodg-otl somewhat, and rotted but the farmers here expect to har- vest a -good crop, anyway, as the greater yield'this year will make-up for the loss in tbe amount rotted by th'a rains.. M. Allen ant) Co. have transferred their business m Frank Snow and Co. The n-ew- firm took possession j today, and intend to run a strictly up- 2 lots 0.11 Charles St.. and each. Terms. L> .Block 1-60, X. City, Llie pair; good'leniis. Wilkie Kerr Insurance and Goal PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK, Next. A.R. A I. Offices. ing in the interests of W. A.' Buchan- an, Ihe reciprocity candidate. The schbol is now complete, both in- terior and exterior, and teaching will begin on Monday. Mr. Giffon, last term's teacher, is to return, and will iid considerable change in .his sur- Tiie new building is, thor- oughly modern, and is equipped with bel1- ito-date business, which will Ire a Mrsi Owen and Amy leave for Leaviti JweiTs homestead, east, of New w L gmiU] of on. on Tuesday of next., week. ttie'-LeaVitt public school.-intends to of Faith, Alta., has to yisR come to tafce Mrs. Owen's place at rriends and Utah Aml the N'ew Dayton hotel.. Mr, and "Mrs. Oglftiliee and .dmijh-j of Uke C1[ ,ms ler, who Have been vis.tmg Mr. and, arrlvetj R of Mrs. left on Monday for] rilrnishings. horses, ha their home in Wainsville, Ohio. j Iand from hj j father-in-law, M. Coombs, of Leavitt. and intends settling down Ire re. f. Operations have been commenced -a nfiftf on njs farm grain at the siding for a Calgary f-rm. Qf LMVJU H.3 hc II is. understood that nuiie a lot for recipraciiy lo but, this year 10 bo loaded in cars and jk'nowi it wollld hc came shipped through to Mr. McKenzie'a lp- (0 reap Us beirefife' ks firm- I early as possible. New hymn have been order-1 Leavju H fjy, ed, and a cuoii' will probably be or- j ganlzeti to help the singing in the" New Dayton church. Beginning'.on Turkey Red Seed Wheat Just 200 bushels left. Price a bushel. Double cleaned in heavy sacks We will lent a portion or the whole of our cellar for storage or wholesale purposes. Dimensions 26'xlOO'; concrete walls 18" thick; floors 5" with 1" finish. Frost elevator, etc. HYDE SAUNDERS P.O. Box 112 Telephone 1244 busy. On Thnrad bushels of wheat. Mr. .Mckenzie they took in been it to her fn'smls of l.eav- i itc on Sunday, the 17th. She lias re- Sunday. September 24, service will j again be held in (lie morning at 11 1 turnKtl to FOR SALE fully modern furnished house on 12th Street A. Cuvinagh Price M200. caah will handle. Apply N. B. PEAT GO. and Lethbridge Financial, Real Estate Macdonald Block The section men' have rented the Pike house, and (bree women, wives -A baseball ilance was on the Qf L, R c present, and with thn n inn her of" Leaviu [.'.-aple, made ihe danea of the of the 'season. During the abs-snce of YV. L. Smith Do you want to Sell Your Land? I have clients with money who want good huys in your listings at once Bring W. R. DOBBIN, Agent for A very Machine Co. or sweethearts, have come house. Miss Baylou has arrived from Mis, garah s land to make her home with her uncle, Qf in the I.eaviit ichooJ. N. A. ju-st returnee: from NchrasKa, where he has bc-a working for the past four or i months. Ills wife, who has beet i staying with her parents, Mr. am i M VK. J oh n K ed f o rri. during h is a b i sencB. ps'-asented him a jpoiind son upon the day of his arriv fal. Mr. Priece. Armor is severing his con- nection with thn local store at the {end of September, nnd will return to Hamilton, Ohio. Mrs. R. P. Atkins spent Tuesday in J. Kry was a business visitor to Lelhbrldgc yesterday. 'Mrs. Herb Wolfe ia seriously ill. A boy, horn on Tririay'nighl. died soon after birth. Ur. KtillRr, of Ray-, mond. is in attendance. Mr. Donovan, who has been helping! C. T. Cousins, at Becker and Yatea' j lumber yard, has gone m his home- atnad at King's Lake, r-.isl of Mr. and Mrs. (J. 1-f. Moreland enter- tained their friends on Tuesday night of this week to a party held in Ihe rse barn on the Moreland farm. Mr. and Mrs. C-rms. Davis left on Tuesday, for Kaston. Ohio, where iheyi will henceforth reside. Bell IIH-J leaved the Hunter j louse i-Rcently occupied by K. M. Mao 5-17 NEWS Larson, vlsii- ed'li; L. Blake'last Sunday. Mr. Lar- ,spn will go to Lethbridgo In a few days to prove up; his lumiesi-eacl. Austin Neil has a -fi-acre piece of spring wheat on his farm, which is considered to be one of th'a best Melds in this neighborhood this year. The wheat is now in shock, and it is expected yi-ald fit, least 50 bushels to the acre. School c'dmnicnccti in the Tyrail's Lake school house on Monday Sep- tember IS, with Miss Jenni-3 Ripley, of N'ova Scotia as teacher. MIES Hip- ley is a cousin of oiirfornvar teacher. -Viiss Jennie .Lawrence, who is now teaching school at Bow" Island. Wm. G. N'ato will erect a now house at his homestead, on Sec'.ion 35. K. j L. Blak-a is going do tlva work, "At lasl'it. has baen decided to open ihe road alony the blind line east from .New Dnyion. and ths farmers along -3aid line have 'henn notified by R. .1. Gordon, district surveyor and ;inner, to move their fences back from die as early a it "rip lo and district on Snndav. Lars Oillatid is -speiulins a in I Howviii-e. j llclmenk S-evccson went, to I.eth- j bridge on Saturday to meet his wife, j who bft'o just come across from Nor- way, 1 Win. Stalli-op and Mr. Brown call- at B. G. Uuitn's on Sunday. LORp METHUEN REMAINS AS COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF London, Sept. Jf-ethiifiB will remain as coniniander-in-chiet In South Africa until the Union govern- ment has definitely adopted soniR scheme of defence. It is tjxpected 'ihat, a'plan for 'jiiiall regular striking forces a territorial army from the population will initialed in February. Gity Property NEW DOCK AT FT. WILLIAM I DAMAGED BY COAL CARRIER Fort. Wifltam. Sept. coal currier, Orat-wlck, down the river afternoon, uuddcnly ran nmnck and turned from her cournft into (he Harvea- Company's dock curried it of it, about ffvc feet In tongth, also drlvlnit the Thunifef Bay Hirbor Imprdvement. blf driver up the aboiil thirty feet. The UVM of two tMp on the driver in danger Tor moment, hut they I utfnjvtd. caiier of thf arciftent Sts tinltnnwii, DnmagOR n-JM Amount to thoiisnnd have 2 fully modern close in, that we can take cash payment, with some good lots or small cottage as balance. t Farm Property WILL. One half section o( good land, a few from proposed station on Weyburn line, which will be built to this point next spring. Equity in land, about A pay- ment of to be made thin MIL Good property wanted. This is per acre less than surrounding land of siime quality. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;