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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tHELETHBR.DGE MPKALD. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, .909- Do you want an investment of OO which will give you 20 to 25 percent, clear return? This is no wild speculation but a good investment in Lethbridge C y Property. If interested call on AN AUTO TRIP FROM MANITOBA TO LETHBRIDGE Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 2 THREE SECTIONS Improved Al Land, Good House. J Barn. etc.. .within four miles of pood town. A Snap at per acre. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 An overland automobile tour from 5 Cartwright, Manitoba, to Lethbridge, Alberta, is the feat just accomplish- ed by W. -J. Kobertsou and Robert J. C. Sioad, who arrived in the-city recently. They brought a car each. Mr. Hobertson driving a SIcLaughlin No. 10, while Mr. Stead made the trip in a Heo Model B.. The cars are now tit the City Garage, 3.22? Bompas street, and so far as may be i judged by the appearance might havu made only u trial spin since they left the factory. "You want an outline of. our s-uid Mr. .Stead, when approached by a Herald man. I can't say that wo experienced any hardship or j encountered any unusual difficulties, ibut we certainly were afforded a rare the country at Here's Your New Collar! BEDFORD FAMOUS C4STLB BRAND-3for 50c. 4 Cottages in.North Ward, all rented, S500.CO handles 4 Cottages in Horth Ward, all rented, bandies 1 Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to snit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXuiANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Bos 254 At 2 for 25c. you can buy this shape in Elk Brand named "KERWOOD." opportunity to see i first hand and form our own impres- j very for jsion of its resources and its people, j have a .disappointing habit of ending abruptly in a barbed wire fence. At a couple of places we had to you have any difficulty with your inttOuinOS: "Only very slight. A small break, as a result of hitting a stone, a lit- tle tire trouble, and sonic adjustment to the carburretors, due to the con- stantly increasing altitude. We had ao .difficulty in securing gasoftne, only once were short of cylinder oil. impressions? The first, great- est and most lasting impression must be of the immense extent of the coun- try and the vastness of its resources, of" which, no adequate conception can possibly be formed from a train win- dow. Then there is lie frank man- ner and open handed hospitality the people, and their irresistible op- timism which becomes more pro- nounced as ,wo go westward, until it seems to reach its highest develop ment at Lethbridge." "Then you are pleased with our visitor of two days must Capital, Rest and Un- divided Profits Exceed Ready Cash Unlike most invest- ments, money deposited in the Union Bank is always ready for use. There is never any delav or loss getting it have had to pay fines can ill afford to do it and perhaps in their hurry thoughtlessly forget. They would welcome the sign or the barrier. But keep up this fin- ing business with a man trap in plain clothes and the publicity of such will drive visiting people of the dis- trict to other towns to trade.' In the meantime we might say to our friends in, the country that many citizens now walk on the boulevards when they think they will not get caught; also that the boulevards will not affect the hay market this season at any rate, and further that the sign "No Trespassing" being interpreted! means "Please keep, on the walk." Coal City Bullock Bros. have threshed bushels of spying wheat off 200 acres and have another 300 acres which Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada" and in the United States and England IANK. NTON-EY ORDERS 3 cents 6 cents 30 cents 15 cents ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES: and under Over and not exceeding Order, arc pavable at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in Canada (except in the-' Yukon .'xnd at the principal banking points m the United States. They 'ire negotiable HI 10 the sterling: in Great Britazn and Ireland. They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money And at small cost, and may be obtained without delay- Lethbrii4e Branch C. G. K. Noursc, Manager The work trains are now running on the r-ew spur out past Coal City to' the gravel pit. Gravel is being hauled and used to ballast the Crow's Nest line. gers have Coal or wheat or passen- not yet been allowed to they expect will ter. They have 50 the same or bot- 800 acres of fall wheat sown about six weeks ago and it- is 'looking fine. Yesterday's rain will help it as well. They farm scien- tifically and are always assured of a good crop. Messrs. Bullock have ordered a new style of caterpillar steam trac- tion-engine for use on their farm here These style of engines are used in California and by the British war of- for transport. But it, will be a thin in Southern Alberta. arrived for build- Land Co. will be bridged. Board of Trade excursion should po j Change the Signs to Taber but bathing suits should b j In the beautiful grounds around The lumber nas i.-r-fr tha new tcLPK. JLne urencnes an- carried in the automobiles frr the. House of Commons in Ottawa, of passengers might need to swim wherft the -wis, men of Canada meet 1 still dry and awaiting ashore- We heard that one auto own j to they have placed or paid to be pulled but of j in both French and English, of these "Pleast- keep on the walk." They To the north of the track between jlave na detectives, but a policeman in discussing American women, said: Barnwell and Coaldale largo herds of j "They are wonderful you know; Am- j fat cattle are to This level New York, Sept. Gun- j erican women are very popular in land here would certainly be a nice ther -von Schroenburg, the young Ger- man diplomat now on a visit here, Automobiles For Hire THE MASON LAND CO. have Just added two additional auto- mobiles to their equip- ment, and are prepar- ed to take care of all orders for business or pleasure trips in town or country. Head- quarters at the City Garage, 1227 Street Telephone 429 Germany. They are frequent visit- in uniform may politely point out the to any stranger who can't Yet the people of Lethbridge are not play ground for steam plows. When ors to our principal citios. In Berlin j they find it, what will become of the in. particular they are very much lik- siding at Neidpath? NOW trn-re :s od. It is not necessary for me to nothing but the double track and the j School limit their popularity in Germany, i two switches, yet a. farmer at Seven i t0 They are famous the world over for j Persons said that when he saw Taber j their beauty. last there was nothing but the "Your women differ considerably enty-seven mile water tank. This cat j Way with any kind of animal, from the German, especially in the! tie pasture .will yet become a grain patiently waiting the installation of the waterworks. There is no school yet at Coal City and one is -needed badly. There are travel on this new railway. Last Monday the C. P. K. commenced to put .in an additional spur track to take away coal from the Kock Spring Bootless Coal Mining Co.'s tipple. Barnwell J. W. Anderson, one mile from Barnwell has threshed bushels of oats from 76 acres, the oats yield- ing 65 bushels and wheat 29 1-2 to the acre. Next year he will crop 160 acres. Chin A car stood on the siding and a couple of men were busy loading a car of wheat. Here too an elevator may be needed in a year or two for more grain will be sown each year. Already this place has a govern- ment telephone central with branch rural line both north and south. Coaldale elevator of the West Coast Grain Co. is nearly completed. There will be a grain sacking estab-1 lishment in connection with this ele- vator so as to sack grain to ship via the Pacific coast. Pawson Bros, are threshing, and their wheat has been running over forty bushels to the acre. About bushels of wheat have already been marketed and shipped out of Coaldale. Pawson Bros, are using a portable grain elevator run by two horses. It will elevate and load into a car in the vicinity of 500 bushels an hour. The Sunny Belt Elevator Co. are taking in grain and over half a dozen are using tne loading plat- interest they take in public such us the suffragette movement, their civic societies and in many oth- er ways. I-hhad heard about their progressiveness before I had the good fortune of personally witnessing it. i In Germany the women folks believe j in attending to their home duties. They don't enter those fields that have long been occupied by men." I, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWON Saskatoon, Sept. in con- nection with the new University of Saskatchewan opened here today in Away to the south farm fields of stocks and stacks and hay could be seen as far as the j oye could see to the next ridge. No doubt from there one could see same beyond right- on to Warner and Milk River. After leaving Coaldale evening came on and the stars camo out in the sky and the starlike lamps were lit in the farm houses. Once more the irrigation ditch was crossed but this time on a bridge. Tho road wns good then all the way in. The many lights of the city soon showed up as we neared the junction As we passed, the mills xny friend twenty children and the near- est school is at Barnwell, and thosi resident at Rock Springs have to go three miles to school. The Alberta Consolidated Coal Co. will start the erection of a new tipple better! Iln a week Or ten days" They are right employing about ten men. They ex- pect to ship 150 or 200 tons of coal a day in the winter. J. B. of the Royal Collier- residence at Coal- City, having been appointed sec police cost, money, retary, of Alberta Consolidated .y not spend that in repainting farmers form. Should be a season of plentiful money for many of oirr people, and much of this should find its way mr to the Bank. W.e wish to remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the blanking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE jntil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited _ or withdrawn at any time. INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager Diligent and searching in to get the reply to the question "Who were the bar-room chairs revealed the fact 'that were for the police magistrate's court room. The council ordered "arm-chairs" and apparently -did not recognize them on the invoice as "bar-room chairs.'' more unruly than are the citizens of Ottawa. The principal of the Ottawa N :rmal advised his students nf-ver give a command where a request will do. Often a request- is neods to rub the fur th child or man. Many people are today per- j haps deliberately walking on the f houses, j for spite and in a spirit has taken up Phfv bavins' I ot grain of bravado. L1C the [Coal Co. temporary quarters in the prophesied that Lethbridge, having building. 'Quite a number of stud-1 groat railway facilities, near plenty of'co.'il arid in the centre of a rich grain should become u city of flour mills. As passed the land office thfra was a score or so of patient, plucky men sitting the night out, so as to be to enter on Monday for a home- ents are in attendance. The Church of England will open a new temporary school affiliated with the unversity here on Sunday next, in a new college building, on the xiniversity site at a cost of It will be denominational. stead. AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Easton Co.'s Harness Store. Dk 1ftt P.O. Box 201 Phone T. A. E A S-T.O N Before buying a new wagon tor the coming harvest you should see the Highest Grade Lowest Prices Office and Warehouse Cor. Ford anil Campbell Streets MS .O. Bon 12 ;