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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August .5, lias TUB LKT.HTB1ITDGE DAILY HERALD Many Shrewd For inside residential or subdivision property i ..-I-' see -Yv'..'; MITFORD COMPANY Lethbridge Property Choice Residential! Sites S-lota in Alexander Addition, well on wateri -JiiOO each cash, balance and 12 months. TO .LOAN FIRE AND LIFE. INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Cov Limited FIFTH 1214 One of the Finest Business-: Sites., in Letlibndgc Y i Lot close to Westminster Meat YMark'et on lUih St., N., Price 1-3 cash, balance K and 12 months. "-This Is the best buy on the street and we' believe tlie only lot south of 5th Aveuup at the price. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE Russia is Going to Strengthen her Navy ll'cnch Premier is Going to Pny 'Visit to the Czar rilE.XCH AHMV Proportion of Illiterates Shown by Slatistk's I'aris, Aug. I'oincaires' at Money TO roomed fully modern with or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1321. pur specialty is furnishing labor for Railroad 'Contractors and Companies. All kinds of help furnished on short notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. T. H. Co. Employment Agency HEAD OFFICE: 323 FIFTH STREET LETHBRIDGE ANIGHT. PHONE 1404 PHONE 1327 We always .have a few bargains in Farm 'jind' City Property, 'Hotels are paying- propositions in tile.west For. sale, one, .price guaranteed, 31--. cash, balance easy. .pprouching visit to the lYar the Russian Versailles, is irousing the keenest interest and en- husiasin. The moment chosen for nakiiig vlic naval convention public! ictwccn France ami Russia; was most ipportiine. Tlio plans' f6r the iccon- truction of the Russian navy were, ommmiicaled to the French naval authorities by Admiral Prince Licvcn during his recent stay here. It is now ;certain thai Russia is de- termined to make her battle fleet one of the best fleets of its size'in I-Jur- opc and it will consist in two years of eight dreadnoughts, four of which will he of Ions each, four big armored cruisers, 22 destroyers and 12 submarines. Moreover a perfect underslanding now exists between Krancc and Rng- :arid on the' one 'hand, and between France and Russia on the other in regard to the distribution and co-op- ration of the naval forces of Eng- land, France and Russia in the Baltic as as in the mediterranean. .Should an emergency arise for mobil- ization it is an open secret that whenever Russia decides to demand the free passage of the Dardanelles j and licrvs who propose irnprac ticablc utopia of cat find any satisfaction lo I lie solution to the problem. M. Delcasse has decided lo establish a new naval base in Ajjacin harbor in the Island oil Corsica. From noxt sonrc ten destroyers and eight submarines will be permanently stationed there. Illiterates'In Lhe Army The result of tbe annual investiga- tion in the degree of education pos- sessed by men serving in the French army, has been published. The class of 19j.O at present with thc colors numbers Of these can for her warships such a demand will be supported by France and England. leither, read nor write.; can read hut not Vritc, and can lo no; more than read and write. Those more extensive primary education number I79.JI and there arc with a univcrsit degree. The proportion-of illiterates mains the same as in the previou year, namely 2.79 per cent. The de partmcnt of the Nord sends III greatest number of illiterates, IM7> compared with 751: in the previou year, while. 1 lautesavere sent five, illiterates army. Safety of -'Aviators Gravely concerned at the frcquenc; of fa la 1 -accidents to army aviators the French ministry of war ha: tended its patronage to a compel! lion organized.for "the safety of avia- tors by offering a prize of U the inventor of an apparatus which shall afford -satisfactory guarantees torn the. point of view of flying. An announcement to this cet was made in Me Chamber ot Deputies by Colonel; Ilirsxchatier head of the army air corps. The vital question of-the safety of aviators the ad- the BELLEVUE NINES ARE VERY BUSY A DOUBLE SHIFT WORK ING- MANY NEW MEN GIVEN E'M- PLOYMENT said the; was one of principal pre-ocuupations of the ministration. As compared with. This formidable addition to1 the''first six months of' IflU, the first half Russian Baltic ilceti comes as one of the measures oi precaution against the recent increase of the German of this year showed; about the number of accidents, but the number of army aviators hqd. doubled as had army on the French frontier. the total distance' 'pf; 'their flights, According to trustworthy informs- miles tion" the German .war minister h; decided to make considerable rein- SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Ffre jnd Life Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 763. Room '207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake Riymond Phone 5. forcements to thc army corps on .the, Russian frontier'.and the number of men under colors in tima of peace in 'today is will in be increased to Thus military and naval armaments arc ;j being'pushed oh toward extreme lim- its- in Germany anti Krance. These developments will doubtless form one of thc many subjects of conversation hct-wcen the Czar and ihe .French premier; but no one here except the socialist group of Jaurcz, I Fqr Quick Sale 'First claas grocery i took'and fiituree. Good terms. located. Price actual cost o! Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock 721 D. U. KIMBALL, In 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit Were'b'rousht in from, the United States into -Western Canada, through one port of entry. It Is estimated Fifteen hundred cars for the' same routing for 1912. Think it over. j. turn Ltntt O. T. LATHROP Stiffvrd Block Great progress has also been made the strength of machines. Con- struction and :purchases were most strictly supervised, dynamic and fly- jng tests-were'being1 carried out and the opening of a great open-air labor- atory at Pau where high speed ma- chines could, be tested -over a measure mile course was under Strict" inquiries were held into every accident and the causes ascertained wherever possible. With regard to re- cruiting the "flying corps" the C'ol- oiiel said thc ISOOth 'application had lust'.'been received. Beliovue, 'Aug. R. Irwin of Clinton, la vltiting his tUter, H Irwin. M. G.I Rynas was In from South Fork this week and spent Friday after- noon In Bellevue. -Mr; Houston formerly principal of the Frank public school, was iu the camp Friday on his way from Lund- breck lo Frank. The Misses Robinson of Fernle, who iiave been visiting Mins Irwin return- ed home on Friday. Mr. J. Schmurr, who for the past few months has been in charge of Burnett Lang's last night for Calgary where ihe haa secured a position as city traveller for the Mooncy Biscuit-Co. The many friendi of Mr. Schmurr wish him every sucr :ess'in his new position. Mr. Jos. Robinson is taking his place in the store here. -.Mr, John Scott of Wiarton, Ontario, is spending a week with his son, -AV. W. Seott. A vagrant who refused to leave Bell- evue was taken in by the R.N.W.M.P. on Wednesday night. On Thursday J W. Greshma-a, j. P., gave him two months In' Macleod jail.. An Italian gentleman who hails from Ferule is "opening a grocery store in tile building next the South- ern hotel, which was formerly used as a pool room. A large number of miners have been transferred from the Lille mines" to Bellevue. With so many new comers the camp the scarcity of houses is problem which is'bothering many. The mines, of the Canadian Collieries here, have been working steady for the past month and as a re- sult business .In the camp betler lhan al any time during the past eight- een months. Last week a. double shift vas put on at the tipple'and a large number of new men 'taken on. If hing-5 only continue at the present rate, Bellevue will soon be by far Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. >HO'N as ilic-v wani bo in and when I ha additions..to the staff! room The live stoch is fine, and the country I "lc building by ihe middle rapidly filling up with energetic faTmers. The settlements are, grow- ng slowly, but solidly, many louses having been erected during .he pasl year. Our .nountry has irlght, future and we inyife everyone ,o investigate for thcmse.lves." NEW YORKER OWNS SOME HEN Mount Vcrnon, X. Thc lalesl ichievemonl of- a prize winning Ply- noiilh Hock hen owned by W. F. Bolt- man of this city, Is an egg Icn inches n circumference, and ml one-half ounces. weighing five lemher. i Bros.' now store on Hough street, is rapidly ncarine completion. It makes, a handsome addition to thc appearance of lough street, being of brick veneer wilh a modern plate glass 'front. Nothing'further has been heard witli reference to the proposed institute, ana gymnasium lot of .Scp- have been secured an announcement! Hosmer, to which we'referred .in A WHAT POES THIS MEAN? Berlin, Aug. Mexican gov- eminent has placed an order for rifles and ammunition to the value of 000 wilh the .Mauser small arms'fac- tory at Ohenulorff. In full will be made public. The slaff however, will be essentially the same as last year, with the exception Miss McKae. NEW BISHOP OF ANTIGONISH Halifax. Aug. Jnmos 0. Morrison, B.D., of Vernon River, r. I., vicar-general and ndmlnistValor of the diocese .of .Charlottctown, has be-on appointed Bishop of Antlgonijh. in succession to Bishop Cameron, who died about two years ago. Tbe new Bishop is-a native of Tracadlc. N.S.. where he was born sonic forty-five years asc. recent issue. 'Ihe necessity of move track accom- modation ni llosmcr was made evi- dent one evening last week by the west-hound local being stalled for up- wards of half an hour, three freighls being in the yard at Uic same time GETS GOVERNMENT JOi Ottawa, Aug. Richardson, of Kdmonton. has been appointed deputy collector of Inland Revenue (class B) III the Calgary Inland Rev- enue division. 8uy> ft ft., corner. Price 'Above It only 2 from Central ac'hbol. buys two lots on.Sfh Ave. South. Price balance In one and two years. buys two' lots close in, price.f4500, above lots near 3rd Ave. South, buys 25 lots Lakeside, price each; Ipis are and near Henderson Park. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhero Land Co. .Sherlock HKIg. 7th St. ;