Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
y, Anpnutf. 6, THE LETHBRIlfftE DAILY HEBALJ) Many Shrewd Far inside residential or 'subdivision property Choice Residential Sites S in Alexander Addition, well water, ?300 each 1-3 balance 6 and 12 mouths. MONEY TO LOAN FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 One of the Finest Business Sites in North Lethbridge Lot close to Westminster Meat Market on 13th St., N., Price (JSM, 1-3 caeh, balance K and'12 months. This is the best buy 6n the and we believe the only lot south of ,5th Avenue at the North Letribridge Realty Go. Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully modem house, with or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency (LOCK. PHONE 1MI. Our is furnishing labor Tor Railroad Contractors and All kinds of help furnished on short notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. T. H. Staggl Co. EmploymeiitAgency HEAD O.FFICE: 323 FIFTH STREET LETHBRIDOE NIGHT'PHONE 1404 OFFICE PHONE 1327 We a few bargains in .Farm and City Property. Hotels are paying propositions in the west. For sale, one, price guaranteed 11- cerise. Terms 1-3'oash, balance easy. SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND Lire Money to .Loan 12, Hull Black, LMhbrldge, Phone 76B. ..'M.Mpi tW, Templeton Building, Slit Lake City, Raymond. Aita., Phone. 5. For Quick Sale First grocery well .located. Price actual cost- ot Stock and fixtures. Good tar mi, Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 PlMflan increase in the civil list of .The fol- lowing arc some examples: James Rowlands, formerly, private secretary to .Air.1 Lloyd George, is now a Welsh a year; Vaughaii Lash, ex-p'riva-ie secretary to Premier Asqujth, is now Develop- iment. Commissioner, at and W. H. Clarke, another ex-secretary to Mr. Lloyd George, is now a 'member of the Jndian .Vice-Regal "Council, with 'a' year. The Garton foundation has been formed on. the Initiative of, a London merchant, to promote the study of. iii- relations. Sir Richard Garton, impressed by Norman An- Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY lieal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE 11M, 121B. 10W.. No Interest SNAP No laxes CASH PAYMENT; and-up. Balance in 9 to, 19 equal .annual Instalments. The Vendor GUARANTEES j Should the purchaser, become unable from any caute to the pajments, the portion paid for will be turned to him, vlded the cash and subBsqiisnt payments have been made' Death "or total disability, of the purchaser terminates the pay- ments under the contract and the property will be Bold AT AN AD- VANCE on the purchase price within sixty days from said death r and the full amount realized from the paid over to the estate of the purchaser or to he shall the tract. Should the purchaser deeire, the vendor win" improre .pro- perty during eacb year of the contract and pay to. the purchaser 90 per cent of all'the.proflti.derived therefrom. This ii no gamble; no fake. Absolute aecurity. Every itaitement made above guaranteed and the guarantee it basked by a Canadian Government Deposit of ever For further particulars apply. JohnR. 307-6th Street.South Phones: Office Real Estate, Rentals, Insurance, Money to Loan. Residence 486 Halifax-, X.'.Si, Aug. Italian Consul Fisher has returned to Mali- fax from Sydney, whitjier he went at FOR SERVICE IN THE ITALIAN OVER HUNDRED RECRUITS spread the doctrine set out therein by means of lectures and debate throughout rhe country.ianri eventual ly in the diffar'ent countries of Eu rope and America: me riviuest of the Italian government _______ to examine recruits for ihe Italian Army. This is done in all, colonies where Italians have settled. Twenty-j yAOu five men, their ages ranging from 18 j to 22 years, were before the .consul enrolled lor service.in the'army. GETTING IDEAS ON DRY FARMING AGRICOLTV. VLI8T FROM -HUN GARY IN THE CITY TO SE- CURE INFORMATION. To get first hand information on how the ftumeis farm in a count where scientific dry-farming is Geo. A. Stras-ser, one of the foremost agriculturist's .in .Hiingarr ;i; here-from' Burta Peaf.-. ,'Miv Strasser, ad that he does not know .all there is, to know.about farming, but he Btil believes that he right to his opinion that Hun ricultiiral nation is not by any country in the world Mr. Strasser arrived in1 Letbbridge on Saturday and immediately-got in touch with the officials of Farming Coiigreas. He will be'bue of the delegates of the congreafi at the big convention here In October and he ml today where he hSfe been pat- nriing the first session of ihe rial trade committee. "Arr. Horden marie it, he int on, "that Canada has jrrevoo- 'ly made up her mind to stand with c Empire both in fair as well as ul weather, and for any grave etner- ncy she would do her duly. HP- al- so made1 it plain that a permanent l These, men must report in their dif- ferent -districts in Italy before De- cember 1st, 19J2, under penalty of arrest and imprisonment.. It is ex- pected upwards of 150 men will he 'recruited in fapc- Breton. Con.uil jConsul Fisher has recently been on a trip to Italy where he discussed col-i THE PROVINCES COMPANIES' INCORPORATION AP- PEAL TO BE HEAR'D BY SU- PREME- COURT O. T. LATHROP Firm Block farms Loans basis would have to he settled upon DO NOT PAY RENT Buy A New Home IPully modern ,seven roofned. lious.e, full sited cement floor basement; newly finished. TUi bauK ii >ltualed on Seventh Avenue South; and is wi'thiu fin Moeki of of the city. PRICE 1 IMOO.M OWN TERMS The Cascaden Land Co, McDonald Block of co-operation in aid of impe: fensc with a consulting voice-in Can- ada. Mr. Hordcn's statements were well defined and I think the British j people- appreciate them. The confer- ences which were held, with the Ad- miralty and tfie Imperial defence committee were I'PI: the purpose of securing information and finding out the real state of affairs. The ques- t-on will now have to shifted to Ihis side of the water and considered by the whole cabinet and it'will be impossible to make any statement for sonic, time. Some in the Old Coim- try evidently expected an immediate jstatefrwnl, but this was neither pos- [sihle nor desirable." Mr. Foster made the -interesting an- nouncement thnt he would po to Aus- _tralia in February to complete nrgo- liations for a preferential trade treaty. In February'he goes to Aus- tralia and ihr. committee will inent in N'ew Zealand, going to Australia. After visiting Australia the committee will sit cither in South Africa or Canada. Tht R MACBETH AGENCY JMM flBE INSURANCE Uca] EUtatc SHBRLOCfc BUILDING, LETHBRIDOE .Ottawa, Aug. are now being made for the .hearing by the Supreme Court ;of Canada at Its i October sittings of 'the1 companies' onial affairs with the authorities of incorporation case 'to determine the ihe Italian government. It was de- j respective powers federal and cidcd after Hie close of the present j jvrovinr.ial in- regard to the company's The main point to be.decided is whether a com: incorporated in one province can do business in another or wbethor one province can restrict-the operations, or require the licensing nf with Turkey the war depart- .numbcr.of M.eir on, tlir- l nsifeinS Montreal-, Jf" 1. f byelney and, Halifax. DEATH AT KINGSTON Kingston, Hay died hsrn tonight Erjim pneumonia. The dereasori is survived by hie wid- ow and two children. gell's "Great has started to fs very eager to take part In the BCS ......sion on behalf of bis country.- -But .un- til the congress is realfy in session he is going to .apply, himself to th'e-task ot learning the in, farming on the'great prairies'of Western Gsn- ada and on the greit agricultural tracts in his own country going right otit' into the fields- during hanesr and ie going to witness every operation from the cutting, of the grain until it is loaded: into the bl tank wagons to be. ha.uled to, th elevators where the trains will hau ban] it to the world's the same.market as demands, the .sur- plus' wheat, grown In, Hungary, H will spend part of his time on tb' farm of the American farming Co., a Stirling but w ill ialt other lai mil where other methods of harvesting may "be. used Speaking of dry-farming, Mr. Stras ser says that dry-farming has practised in Hungary for yeavs, bul inder -different names. .In fact, the only thing the people there, worked or was the ccuaorvatlon of moisture, but now that dry-farming hiu become uch an important branch of." ajricul- ure the -farmers of Hungary' are interested, and wish .to hold a session of the International Con gress in Duda pest some time during the next vears. to Russia, IK the greatest >V- porling nation of Europe, although France grows more wheat than is pro- duced in Hungary.: In France, howev er, the manufacturing population so dense, wheat is imported to nwet the demand. .Canada is known in Hungary, and is favorably too. The Congreia this-faif will attract several farming .experts, so that that country will be more generally represented than ever before. HAPPY REUNION AT EDMONTON incorporated concerns; A provincial conference on the mat- ter failed to reach an agreement. The Privy Council has held that the Su- preme Court of Canada is competent to deal with the matter and the gov- ernment has E-et H. slated case to be j heard on its merits. If the Dominion's contention that a provincial incorporated company can i do biiBincss only within the province is upheld, hundreds of concerns have to be dissolved anil seek federal r charters, while provincial will be much affected. revenues Hon. Kdwin Norns of Montana, Honorary Vice President of the Inter- national Dry-Farming Congress, who H is expected will head tbo .Montana delegation -at the big meeting next October. BOTH LEGS TAKEN OFF Quebec, Aug.. Caverlli, n Italian, about: 50 years old, mel about noon today. The unfortunate man was attempting to board a train loaded with material belonging- to the transcontinental when he fell un iler the wheels .and had both legs almost completely severed. Snpf. Miller or the Hamilton St. Railway has been summoned to the police court n-ith permittinp men under him to work too long hotin. WATCHING SARNIA TUNNtL FOR SUSPCCT3 GRANDMOTHER MEETS DAUGHTER AFTER A LOK4V ABSENCE Edmonton, Aug 8 Mar> ttiltse, .matron at the Imnm- grahon Hall in Edmonton, an insti- tution supported by the is the happiest woman in central Al- berta the icason being that has as foi the <-summer hei two granddaughtcis, Mrs H N. U Mall of Tampa, Kla and Mrs William Holes of the citj, the first time were girls in pina- fores and pig-Uil curls at Stamford, where they were horn 2t anrt 26 )eais ago, respectivelj .The tw.o women, now have children of .heir own, mot the fir.it time in 22s -the-south nsteari of the babble of children hen thej parted, they exchanged mothoily talks I feel 20 5can voungtrt Mrs ttiltse said, T nob seea" nrv grand-daughter since she was ttle tot, when she to da with her parents I reeogiutiSiT' iet almost she hu he features of her mother, who mj daughter, I thmlc, boweve-r, uould known her anjhow, must adirit that I was not lor the big learn the babe I carried m arms long ago is happilj married and a lamilj y "Mrs Hdll will pass the sumBHSf in Edmonton nnd she and her gistei will be together most of the thnei Thev e been apart too long, but tj low I know thej n ill make up 'lot t As children werf closely at-( iached to each other and now :hcv fully understand thej are bettwt chums than ever I am glad they are together." SarnJa, Ont., Aug. 5; Two York detectives are stationed at 'he St. Clair river tunnel, Port Huron and Snrnfa. The men watching ail trains east and west bound, for the three man wanted for the murder of Rosenthal, the Mew York gambler. It Is expected that the itlvea will attempt to enter Can- t-dn. by way of this port, and, acting on this tin, the authorities have. cann- ed, the sleuths to be stationed here. ALL SNAPS buys 76 ft, x ft, cor ner, price ibeve it two from Central, tchoet f67S buys two lots.on 6th Avei South. Price balance in. one two yeari. buyB two .lots close in, price above lots near 3rd Are. South. buys 25 lots Lakeside, price each; above lots are level and near Henderson Park. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. .Sherlock Bldg. 7th St.