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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. SEPTEMBER Well Settled Country Settlers Prosperous and Happy Need Of Schools and Rural Phones Strong Helo For Weak "Fruit-a-tivcs" Istne Best fti Medicine In the WoHd. clouds it threw its long arrows of -Milk River, is sunset back to us and beyond. The 'had sixty acres in crop chase th.' shadows yielded 23 bushels to the acre. (From the Herald's Travelling Cor- respondent.) Milk Paver, Sept. Herald.' of sunshine man had another surprise yesterday! thtj rolling prairie, over the when travelling for nearly 30 miles j hle bhick Patches of break- eastward along the valley of the over the valley and cut ban's of Milk River. The scenery is most de-jthe mik Kiver- on Over ranches lightful all the way. The roads stacks, On across the inter- good, but in spots could be improved national boundary an.t up the if each settler would fill up the of the Svveet Grass HiIIs to thc very er holes and buffalo trails atoa- his! toP of the three highest peaks. But threshing today. Jie His barley as the sank lower stin thc Milk EivcT ridge its rays ed in various hues from above with its wind scattered cloud.s own farm. The surprise came, how- ever, in the continuous settlement all the way. From the farm of Mr. Ellert near the new traffic bridge, across the river'there is a fine view. Looking back over the town with its new buildings and tall, shining elevator, i squat beiore it is too late. grouped around the old section house and the old water tank at the new railway bridge, the eye travels along eflect- the wheat threshed 25 bushels to the j uc-re. and his oats will yield a'.jout 40 bushels to aero. It is all a I sod crop. This country looks to 31r. "Leittngwell. He has five appL- trees and six plum trees planted on; Jkiy 17, 1908, on ground -broken 20 j minutes before planting. The trees; are looking healthy and will, blossom If people only the danger of Weak Kidneys, and value c: thcrir l-e practically :io Kidney Disease in Cuuada. ,i.e i.cc0....> (too full of b'ood) or .-tr.inuxl irotii lh overwork, Ih'jy cars qtiiol.'y K1 well and u by a or two of Pain ir. frequent headaches loss of_ appetite, coaud tongue, constant desire to urinate-- thcse are thc cp'nimon of congestion of the kidneys. The only possible to relieve congestion, is to force the bowels'ami skin to rid the system of more waste matter and thus' allow the here only ahout ten months. he camo there were no settlers i'or twenty miles or more to the north i am! none to the oast and only tho 'ranchers to the south. Now is u settlement all anu'ivi. The town-; 'yhii) north is nil settled and in Tp. U. 12 there is thick settlement of i.-{ U. 11 are full of squatters. A Long A hoaiesU'irltr from Co'Jtts to his home- I stolid in Tp. '2 II. (5, a distance of 60 I miles, called at Vt'r. Kippin's hSS -5 a'CTCS R" Gnffitha and Rev. u He Hkelv fal1 break 50 acres after Cooper on Sundays preachj foundaUon_ -s well- He will iikeij lat 2 p.m. at the residence of Mr. R. acres in crop next i tot ial1. j ..fa with a beautiful crop of potatoes McKnight" ten miles east ot j from his crarden. Sundav school is at the samel 1 As Mrs. Reiser stood in the door frame barn. W. Michaelis, S miles southeast River, has 15 acres of crop It is not threshed yet. tho Milk River. Towards eveninp as the horses kept trying- to; catch up to their shadows. the was most pictures rue. We ;Milk River, have 17. acres of oats and 'a crop. As soon .as tke ground moist enough they "-will two! sulky plows and possibly all will 'be broken and cropped next year. They this season and will have double that in crop next year. some trees from t-be Experimental i outfit and started threshing about; f !Farm at and they are all j j place every Sunday immoiiate'y after I servjc-e. As many as 47 hivu j hecn present on a Sun-tlay. which' speaks well for the settlement. Road Sun-eyor Should Examine i Verdigris Coulee beside her flock oT children she re- marked "We have-no sc-hool and m church, ffihd the children are just arrowing-'up At another house in the same settlement a ten- year-old' boy said "I wish I go to school." PONY J. Fig- i gins. Light draying e speeiaitj'. j All orders promptly attended to. Orders taken at Ci'y Harness Sfcbre. at- liber- ,.ty -for Pupils taught in subjects.. Organ, Singing, Tho vy and Harmony. The- i art cf accompaniment and action i songs tavern. Address Howard' House, Crabb St. Preparations for Royal Academy of Music London, i England. 'President'H. R. H. The j Prince of Wales.. V. G. had often seen the Sweet G-rass Arir- Kinder, threa miles east of j from Coutts, Stirling, iLethbridge and j River, has threshed and got 650 j Taber, but they looked as O-ne hill; bushels of oats and 200 bushels of i fax away. But here the trail goes only a little over ten miles .to the north of the hills. As we drive east- ward we find that it is not one hill but two, and as we get almost direct- ly-, north of them we can plainly see there are three big hills. As the sat- ting sun sank behind the scattered who lives ten miles barley from 30 .acres. He broke 15 j southeast of Milk River, is one of the acres more this summer and has. old timers in this district, some sown to fall wheat, which is taken up his homeseead on the banks j looking 'well. He will continue the of Milk River seven years ago. At development of his farm and will that time there were no neighbors j have as much as possible in crop next if or ten miles, -but now the country is ago. They have a steam The acrtSR Verdigri, Coulee been doing bi eaK- j .g bad in wet and hu-drods, of; summer. i in tho soil mo.istur-. settlers for 30 rnd 40 miles east of it .Will Trade Saddle for Plow "X i have to cross this School Deeded Frank Coffin, who lives ten miles :v, V T- o -'-D- i .There is no school in Tp. R. culvert- or tWQ anf, a lixtle jrra-ding ran down -to would-soon make it a good ro-d in Canadian port early today off-'Erie.. i Pa. The-schooner sink and .three: of RAN DOWN A SCKOQNE.R spot to to Buffalo, N. Y.? S.apt. Th? their only market i o'.yn, ,H a steamr City -'cf Erie, f om. Clev land: one house are five children, year. i all settled between his Fred 'Lefnnjrwell. four miles east of place and Milk River Station. He !N THE another three and'in another two and their education is being neglected be- cause there is no school. i Alvin Sharp. 11 miles east from j Milk River, has 24 acres "in crop this' year, all stacked. He expects to crop 40 acres next year. W. H. Watkins. ten miles east ot Settled Away to the East 3taps show blanks for several town- ships but there are squatters in Tps. 3 aod 4 R. 11. and Tp. 4. R. 12, there are settlers, in Tp. 4. R. 8 and 9. and in Tp. 3; R. 7-. 8_ and 9. Tn Tp: 2, R. 4-there are several settlers. One of these walked south frorii Seven Persons' and another crew, two. 'men and went down with hir. ,lt will pay you to trade with-us. c, 242.23 i DANCING rcori) nnd i stage dancing taught by Miss. Nor- i man.- pupil for stag? dancing of Madam.- Bassano, -of London nnd j Paris. Children's -class. Address- j Howaxd House.. Crabb St. 241-6- I i PSOH- FRED of and Harmony. MRS. 1 of Violin. We as- woman, purr? everybody who takes lessons I mes. sent address 624 Bur- :t-.-- St. Phone 320. River, fcas thirtv acres of croo! r i walked east irom Coutts. i this year but next year expects to ihave lO'O of He has j sown 33 acres of winter .He a garden; with-cucumbers. p... I melons, etc. He has three boys and i jthree giris of'schooi age but no.; I school within 20 miles. There is j j work here for a sVhodl as j there are enough children hsre to !start a school. X0 Frost Yet i Tn Mr. g-ai i there were green potato tops which only been slightly nipped by tho frost. i Ti. I. Brunton, 13 miles east of tho Satterlee and Locke, liverymen oi i ?.tilk River, have driven j asid settlers for 65 miles east of M'lk tho country south and cist of Bad "Water Lako. Ths retui-ji trip today was also fine .'the gentle chinoo'c rveere. A dit ferent route was taken .but the-seen-7 ery was niuch th-e same. This-. M'T I River land district is certainly a sur- prise to anyone ;who has never on Sept. 24 j it-before. Sonse time the 'Leth'rrHg-' Board of Trade should 'come and it .for th-jraselvcs. On Bil', is a oi coal 5 feet thic' aska, cn'th-- Arctic Ocean, th- most Northerly--enuurch ITI th.: was April 12. It buil: in 1389 with fund- giv- ev.- by M-s. Kiliott F. of News of the burning was rec-eived'in Seattl.- and was des'pach- ;