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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally Herald, Monday, YOU'D BETTER NOT RISK IT If you figuring on buying a bd ofI lumber, and you think that the quality and the prices are all about the same and that it .won t make any: difference whether you get our prices or not, just take this tip and don't risk it No matter what-you want we.will he pleased to quote you our best prices, and serve you promptly and satUfactbri Round Street Phone 763 Yardi at .N. Lethbridf Taber Bow Island Milk River High River. Claresholm Nanton Granum Barons Kipp Jet Westminster Rd. 1063 I iik-'.. To those who use electric generators, or any electrical machinery. This you: specialties ;are power instal- private or central station plants, conduit .Installations. nnderfaklng is too large are; the ..only elec- mechanics IB -SoHthern Alberta, can pro.T.e by anv test submitted to J '.neither ask .nor desire favors, "tt'e stand oa our merits asjc yOll on an; economical basis to give us a. trial. If AJroLurJiaotor will noc work, or if others have failed to. locate the Trouble or. repair it without sending- your motor, away to' the makers '.which 'causes xLinecessary delay. We will give you a .written -guarantee to' buy: you a new motor or dynamo -if we fail to locate trouble and repair same. "We rebuild motors and dynamos.. We -install and xepair everything, 'electrical, Remember the, name, and address because it w-Hl money. DISTRICT NEWS WINN1PRED JTEMS Winnifred, Sept. LO.O.F. lodge will be instituted here on Oct. 20th, and-at the tame there Avill be over twenty new members who Trill be initiated into the myster- ies of the order, and also .about that save y LEICESTER STEELE ELECTRJC POWER EXPERTS ;1fiO Redpath Lethbridoc Phone 1332 GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS Aiberta "Government has an- Jointed' ilcDuffee. Haymond, PjaWic; A, M. Maley, .Brooks, notary, M. C. Scott, Nanton, sheriiTs 'AY, S. a-Justice of the Peace: J..-A. Granum. Haronr M- McGregor and F. ,'i'he Jasman School district, Faj -Moore. Burdett. treasurer, has'-been empowered to borrow STL50Q to 'baild, a school. The Burdett school" district will 'borrow for the -same pur- ;iiunt, Nobie. Commissioners for _ 'affidavits; Rev, Edward -school 'district iasl-'b-en em- and D. L Gue, Warner, is-] powered to -borrow to -build a marriage licenses; J. il.jscnooi. f school district, Julius Seven Persons. has inspectors: Pe-j-oeen empowered to borrow to Mcbirpy, Canton, brand inspector.! ouiid a sctoooL RURAL SCHOOLS GIVEN POWER TO BORROW MONEY Retail Business in This City Could Be Created by Advertising Exclusively in This Newspaper I No business of anv moment .could be built up in this city WITHOUT THE PATRON- AGE OF THE READERS OF THIS NEWS- PAPER. ANY BUSINESS which persistently seeks and secures, the. .patronage of THE READ- ERS OF THIS NEWSPAPER can be made BIG ENOUGH TO SATISFY ANY AMBI- TION any mercantile aspiration. If there is any wisdom' in CONCENTRA- TION, then there is wisdom in a newspaper campaign of publicity. Such a campaign is AIMED AT SOMETHING it .Jias direction, objective. There are no wast- ed no no adver- tising to prove your -friendliness" to some cause, or fact ion or interest. The patronage .of this newspaper's readers can "make" any store any enterprise _ in this city. THE LACK OF IT CAN QUICK- LY UN-MAKE ANY STORE OR ENTER- PRISE IN THIS CITY. And. more and rnore: this newspaper's read ers are coming into the self-interest habit and practice of buying things that iire adver- tised in this "newsm.np.r "For t.rmxr J- f- j -U J. more of them every day that the firms ng that advertise in tkeir-newspaper are render- ing- them a REAL SERVICE. AncTthey APPRECIATE it many old members who belong; .to the order in other different parts, have already sent in -for their cards and are going to transfer to the lodge i here. This goes to show how. the RCO- pie here have been working and Win- 'nifred is going, to have a strong lodge. They: expect- to have a large attendance towns on that night and everybody is doing every- thing possible no get ready for and entertain the- crowd they expect. The boys are feeling proud of -the two lots donated them by the Winnifred Toivnslte Co., for their'new hall site-. Our district w.aS visited once more by .welcome showers of ra-in. I E. Kendall, manager of the Far- mers Lumber Co., here .went to Bow Island yesterday on business. Mr. Lancaster, of Chicago, rived here yesterday to visit ana daughter-in-law on their home- stead south of town. He says, that this country looks good to .him and' ,is going to invest in some of our I jaaus.. Wm. Buerhing arrived'from .North Dakota, and he says that the .drouth not only hit us here.' but that it wa just Dakota, Winhifred is to have a new" hote soon. Arrangements are being ma to see Elfstrom. who is looking jls m Galt Hospital, and take him Furniture a help, which the citi- zens of Warner for -him in a few hours. inspector Camies' old comrades of the Mounted 'Poliefe presented him with a Handsome -chain and ciuirm. He nas lert for the East, with his ramily. t young paint-mixer made his .appear- ance at his home to make it his.abode hereafter. He states that the ".moth- er and son axe 'doing fine and are happy. F. "W. "left last night for Lethbridge on ,a business trip. Messrs. A. Doherty and "P. Cole- man, of Whitla, were visitors of our :own last Wednesday in connection with the lumber business. Mr. McRae. the, McCormick block- man, of Medicine Hat, was in town ast- Tuesday looking after the inter- ests the. I. H. Co. John McDougall, in company with lis father, arrived from Medicine Hal- Tuesday after going through a siege of typhoid fever. glad-to see John, .well .again and able to be amongst us once more. Messrs. Buerhicg Bros., Johnson arr, ;oing to cover their two-storey build- ng with galvanized steel sheeting next week. They are giving a seed cleaning exhibition the Bemis Co.'s seed cleaner this week and peo- ple say that it is the best they ever saw. The Winnifred Townsite Co., held their meeting last Wednesday and they decided to donate two lots to- wards the.building of an I.O.O.F. hall I here, and they also decided to survey [more lots and donate five acres to the Winnifred cemetery. Dr. Patterson, of..Bow Island, was called to .the home of Chris. Hanson where his wife is very sick. We hope she is on the road to recovery ant will soon be well.. ta. BOTTLE TELLS OF DEATH OF SOME MOHER'S SON Sept. "We died brave- ly, tell (Signed) Jimmy." Bobbing up .and -down, pushed been the with each beer of Mrs. Hugh Coitart.the rolled o.ut'on the beach at'Six- ftj Fourth Street yesterday and when ft points' in Dakota dead, wntten.by one of thirty-eight victims of the iff-fated -f ere Alarquette car ferry number 18. Tlie police, who believe the .messagr, and says he thinks more than' ever of 1. Mrs. John Rushworth has been very sick the past week, under the care of j genuine, assert that the bottle has had Mrs. Lloyd and EarL and who have been spen-ding "the summer on 'Earl's claim at 9-10, willjreturn to Minne- sota for. the .winter _ A. B. Hoaglin letui-n'efl las.t.0 yeek f from a business 'trip to points, in -Ore-, gon_ and California. A. A collie, .belonging to one of our! South _Bow Island -neighbors, tecentlv- ave birth, to a litter of twelve pups, time to float across'tie lake and reach the beach at Sixty-Fourth' Street TOOK OFF HEAD OF BOWEITS SON Vancouver, B. C., Sept. what Jof a 'sensation was. caused here by the suspension of" Sir MacKenzie Bowell's son. J. H., Bo .the controllership of Chinese immigration here: Boweli.continues to act as lector of but-the-immigra- tion office he controlled so long has been-turned-over to Col. C. A: Wprs- nop, surveyor of .the' port. Boweli: re- instated, without, authority, a" Ghir nese was suspended ulent entry of Chinese, students and merchants thereby evading; the head for supposed connection with- .fraud- tax., and restrictionsi t. OF EXPLOSIVES Expert Mafces Report to Governmerit and Man- ufacturing Co. Ottawa, Sept. A. P. Desborough, British explosives expert, who- is in Canada- at the re- quest oi the Canadian government to make a report on .the handling of ex- plosives upon, which legislation be" based next session, met, a numier of representatives companies manu faeturing .explosives in Room 16, -of the parliament, buildings today, and outlined to them -the chief .points of his.report., 'He stated that he recom- .nien-detl establishment .of a test- ing stat4on-atif Mr. Frost keeps away for few days longer. G-. J. Hansch and Mart McMahon, of. Lethbridge, were Tuesday looking up their interests in the Townsite Company. The people of the town surprised Mr. Kendall Tuesday a house- cleaning scene and enjoyed the surprise very much. F. Main moved out on his home- stead last Monday to do some more breaking and getting his land in shape for next year's crop. Several of our people are talking of taking a vacation and a. hunting trip next month to the Cypress Hills and Lake Pakowki. ROSEMEAD TIT BITS and Mrs. Fred Williams another testimonial--to the ie'rtilitv-oi Sunny Southern Alberta. About '75 at :he Fisher home where Mr. Hustler i nas been keeping "bachelor hall, and1 ;aye him a farewell surprise party. There was no sign orchard he bountiful and delicious luncheon served, nor the parting gift! Mrs.' A. -Fuller has been.fon th'e sick j ist for several days. Little Charlie Ludtke-.is very sick .nd small hopes of .his recovery are ntertained. Mr. and Mrs. Smith attended the all at Seven Persons Friday night. The first monument to Se erected in. he Bow Island cemetery" was receiv- ed this, week by T.'A. Ross for has ate wife. Dr. Mills is enjoying a visit, from is brother from Ontario. Inspector Parker, of the 'olice, Medicine Hat, was a visitor ere Friday, Mr. Bak'eman's family, of St. ohn's, N. B., leave there-on the 27 o come to this place. .'.-A. E. C. Ludtke's plowing'outfit, -has ten working very ast two weeks. "Many warmers tak- ing advantage of tie splendid condi- tions to have their'breaking "done. One of our Chinese; restaurants has come under the ban of the law for selling booze. W. C. Jones has accepted a" posi- tion with the Southern Alberta Land Co., and left for Gkichen- Monday. Saturday will see a Hock of .fellows and were Rosemead visitors Mrs. aiinnce on Sunday. A large crowd attended, the pic at the Kasimer school house on Sat- urday last. Mr. Hooper had a splen- did programme arranged. Miss Thttr low and Rev. Simpson rendered sev- eral voca! solos, and together an en- evening was spent. Air. and Mrs. Sandon, Mrs. Snifter and Elmer On were visitors at go after the poor antelope.. J. W. Reid has his new house com- pleted and fioved his family in on Wednesday. L. Stenglc is putting quite an dition to his house on the township road. Rev. Beattie preaches his farewell sermon Sunday night and leaves- for his new field at rZedcIiffe on .Wednes- day. Rev. Boss, his successor, in- tends inoring in from his homestead to our village. The first snow of the season visited us today while not very- 'heavy, is doing lots of good in moistening up the ground. j Wm. .Pntman finished seeding tiis eld of fall wheat just in time for the snow fall. Our merchants seem to be busy and say that they notice hut little differ- ence by not having had a crop here to amount to anything. Those who were fortunate enough to raise some grain, are being thresh- ed this week by a machine from Bur- dett. Of Farm Stock and Implements ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP At J. C. Graves' Salie Barn, Gait Street, Lethbridge HORSES WARNER. tvYom the Record.) robin" aft file public sonool gave tbeir Kenney. During the evening; they Wednesday evening, af Tbis home. Tnere -were ahout 30 present, and Age Weight 1 black gelding........ 8 1450 1 grey mare.8 1500 1 grey mare.........v.8 1400 1 brown gelding .9 1300 ,1 bay gelding......... .8 1600 1 sorrel mare 9 1200 1 -brown gelding ...._.9 g 1250 gelding.........8 bay 1 1 grey gelding ....9 1 grey 1Q bay. mare .9 grey mare.........10 grey gelding....... .9 bay.mare.......... grey mare .........10 1 sorrel gelding.......8 1 bay gelding.....____9 1 .span mules...........9 1 red cow..............6 1300 1300 1200 1300 1350 1300 1400 1300 1400 1300 -1400 1500 IMPLEMENTS 6 Eish Bros, brick wagons, nearly new, complete '-with whiffle trees and 2 1 -2 inch tires. 1 Bonanza truck wagon, 3" inch tires. 1 B. P. Moe wagon, 3 inch tire. 1 Mi.lburn wagon, 2 1-2 inch tire. Box, whiffle trees, neck yoke, complete. 5 basket wagon racks. 1 McCorniack swinging stacker. 2 sweep rakes. 3 seven-foot Deering binders, with tongue -and: trucks.. 3 five-foot Deering mowers. 1 ten-foot Deering hay rake. 1 -Moon's top. buggy, complete 1 eighteen-inch plow, 8 sets double team harness. 1 set double light harness.! Everything will be sold wifKnuf a- fuA EO tne uwner ___is Saving up farming. Terms strictly cash J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;