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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTHMBfill M, 1010 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE" ADDIIIdl WSSi- Improved Laiul tor Sale .Mr Petor Lun'd'a homo farm nt Wnrdnor, H. C. 221'acres known us the p. Lund Hunch and joins tho town 01 W.-mlnor, II. C. anil the railway station of tlio 0. V, R. on this farm was local- .Mr. Ijunil's rciildence. recently des- troyed hy fire and having cost Tlicro IB .now located on the farm a commodious farm house, large modern Irani, chicken house, hog house, aev- oral small outbuildings. 2 largo root cellars. The laud ull fenced and cross fenced ami ubuut 120 acres under cul- tivation, llpslly seeded down 10 clover, timothy ami alfalfa. 5 acres in orchard which will come into next year. All kinds of innull fruits. Cravlty -.vater piped to all parts nf the premises. House and outbuildings lighted by electricity. Complete ir- rigation system has been installed. Cattle sheds for 200 head of cattle. There Is now about 200 tons of bay on the place; cut this year. 100 head of cattle, swine, work horses :ind all ne- cessarv farm implements and equip- ment, and several thousand acres open mountain range adjoining which af- fords fine grazing for many years. The improvements on this land has cost more than I now ask for llio place. Including land. At Wurdncr is located ".one of the largest sawmills and lumber operations in B. C. This ia a going concern with nearly all con- veniences of a city. Will sell on easy terms to right party. -May take ill part payment farm property in the l.ethbridge district. If interested go to Wardner and look it over, P. LUND, P. O. Box 1S9 Phone 511! Lethbridge, Alberta Ad. V. NOTICE Fencing1 Old Trail John Taylor states thai he is fenc- ing off the old Raymond trail which runs through bis farmland he issues a warning to motorists and others that they will have to take the section lino now. -4G-I! MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description mndc to order Get our prices' and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU "I Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Keep the woodwork clean and bright with Old Dutch Calgary, Sept. -0. .Mayor Costello aild iManaBor'A. M. Peters of the local branch of the Bank of Montreal, who have for three days been louring the south country as tbo guests of Supl. Cameron C. P. H. in his pri- vate car, returned to Calgary last -5- ABYSSINIAN KING DEPOSED Sept. :i. timpdror LidJ .Jeaasu of Abyssinia, 1ms been deposed at Addis Abab. LidJ IB 2U old and tlic grandson of Emperor -Men- elik, whom he succeeded In 1913. Insurant counts in point of sen ice has ten dered.'his resignation to the church and will retire. "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled during the past threo'months. Have you tried one latel> r list of issued in any one October list is the great records ever mpnth by any company! You need only glance at these names to know it.__or to hear a few records to be convinced! Kathleen Parlow Casals puts the soul of the 'cello into his interpretatioB of Grenades' "Spanish plays the Thais wonder-record, a miracle of tent, Chicago Symphony Orchestra makes first recordings. Lucy Gates Coloratura soprano prima-donna tings "Solveig's W. H. Squire Great English 'cellist, incomparably delicate in "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes" and 7 Silver Threads Amongst The Gold.' Margaret Keyes his beautifies two ballads with her rare contralto voice. Graham Marr Amiricao epenuic baritone makes his bowjn two ballads. OttoGoritz Metropolitan, Opera basso first record: mighty voice for Columbia. Maggie Teyte Daintiest prima-donna siugs "Home, Sweet Frank Gittelton Ballet Series America's violin cemus makes his initial Under personal dlrictiofl of Ernest Ansermet, con- America ductor of D.aghilea' Ballet Orchestra. Al Johon (i Greatest of black-face comedians makes America laugh, again. Then there are eighteen unusually good popular hits, including "My Country, I Hear You Calling Me" and "Pretty ten sparkling dance-records, with "Walking The the big foi- trpt hit, a "big four" of march hits, two patriotic songs, four beauti- ful recordings of the Columbia Stellar Quartette, orchestral triumphs, quartettes, trios, instrumental novelties and sacred that could make this the most varied, as well as the greatest monthly- record list ever issued. New Columbia on tale the 20th of every month COLUMBIA x GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC RECORDS THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED The Drug-Book Store, Next to'Dallas Hotel, Phone J ;