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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Auymt 7. .1 Big THE DAILY Pagei inside residential or subdivision property IWORINERAIS Investors Are Buying LethbridgePropertu MITFORD COMPANY SEE THIS! ua trial for thOM harvwt men you art needing. Satisfaction as part of flrst payment; balance o-a easy terms MONIY TO LOAN FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH 1214 AT COLEMAN -OBSEQUIES OF THE LATE DOUO- LAS ALLISON AND THE LArE J. B. ALEXANDRE Aug. funeral of Jeaji Bnn'Uite Alexandre occurred on Monday afternoon; from the family roljMence in Bast Coleman to the !n- Church, where Rev. .J. o. WARNER FAIR WILL Surpreme Court 0. Uompas conducted the last rites BE A GOOD ONE THOUIAND DOLLARS IN PRIZES- NEWS OF PROGRESSIVE -TOWN Warner, Aug. ff. Mor- on is, visiting a few days in Leth- bridgc, whence she will go to Car- nangay and spend a lew days with er the departed. Jean Baptjste Alexandre was born In Montignier, Belgium, and enilgrat- eel to this country three years ago. He contracted tuberculosis, and has been confined to his bed for the. past sev- en months. He leaves a widow aiid one son, employed .at Burolis as a'min- Lou Salic has moved into town .Judge'to (Continued from Iront Good Logic I think you said Aid. Skeith. "five forms a quorum of ths council. If three vote in favor of modon anil only one agafnit. the motion certainly car'rio. And the mayor docs not need Ui vote unteis he be required to cast the decidlnz vole' In case of a tie." "Gentleman, I declare the motion Milk houses. Key. and Mrs. Clemens, ol River, .spent Sunday in Warner. -The Warner Boy Scouts and Scout- master A. W. Swayne, spent1 a pleas- er, to mourn their loss. Deceasedjant outine on the "'Milt River Ridge One of the Finest Business Sites in Lethbrulge Ixst eloae to Westminiter Meat Market on 13th St.. Price II WO, 1-3 cash, balance fi and 12 months. This is the best buy 'on 'the street 'and 'we believe the only lot south of 5th Avenue at tfee'prte'e, North Lethlbridge Realty Co. Fire Insurance Money to Loan 'TO JtJSiNT 8 roomed fully modern 'house, or without furniture olose in. The C. B. Bowman Agency PHONI 1JM, I in trial ftr you ntding. Satisfaction Auaranttad. T. H. Stagg Cq. ILK. Phone 1J27 LETHBRIDGE smle'-lM'Sfires, to Taber; 125.00 per acre. Terras 53.00 per acre eash, balance crop payments. ''soine'eieellent buys In Lethbridge property. See us before buy-" elsewhere. T.H. Agency JOHNSON BLOCK LETHBHIOGE practical miner, having worked t, fining in the old country for many ears, and pursued his avocation here, until illness inoapacltate-d him from further work. He was aged 53 years, and suffered much from the ravages of the white plague until death releas- ed him Saturday night. The funeraJ was largely attended, officials and many members of Colsmnn United Mine Workers of America, of which order deceased was a member, attending, and paying a last tribute of respect to a fellow workman and brother of the order. The remains were laid at rest In the Coleman cemetery. The funeral of the late Douglas Al- lison 'occurred at three o'clock this afternoon from the undertaking par- lors of T. W. Davies, to the InstUu- Jjonal Church, 'where Rev. J. G. G. I Bompas conducted the funeral ser- vices. A number of old-timers fronl Pincb- er Creek. Blairmore, Frank and oth- er towns in the Pass were present to last week. Last Tuesday the Catholic church was '.dedicated and confirmation ad- ministered? The large crowd filled the c'hureh, which at this time speaks well for the x.eal of the Catholics in and around VVarner. .1 A. Sharp and wife, ol Milk River, spent Sunday in Warner, driving up Saturday and returning Monday. C. Walter was in Calgary last week to sec his brother, who has' been dangerouslj' ill with typhoid. He is improving. The Women's .Civic Club had meeting last week at which routin work was all thai came up lor con sideration. Warner Agricultural Society held directors' meeting on Monday even ing, which, was yell attended. A gooc deal ol important work connect? with the coming lair, Septentbcr 10t-l pay a last tribute of respect to nth', done. The prize lis las" Allison, than no was compiled from last year's list more widely known man ever proa--the model list, supplied by the depart' peeled In the Crow's Nest Pass, pfjment, and one or two others. The crosned the Great Divide. After appropriate funeral services, the remains were conveyed to Cole- man and-tenderly and rev- erently laid at rest in God's .Acre by his old-time friends and comrades. MR. GOODEVE IS AGAIN PRESIDENT SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND Insurance Mon.u Phene X Pts'om M7, Temnjeten Building, Lake City _-_. Bsyni.nd Altn., Phone S, For Quick Sale Flrat 'grocery tad fliturat. Goxl Urms. located. Price actual cost ot AJWrU-Britiih Columbia Land Co. Ltd. CaplUI WO.OOO it o. L. Manner fn 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit Werekraujrkt ID from the United' states into Western Canada. we port of entry. It re estimated Fifteen hundred cars the urae routing for 1312. Think it over. 0. T. LATHROP (lock Farms Losni Society is offering over prizes'and look for a good bunch o entries and a fine lair. A good I Program has been .arranged for both [days and. dances, be held both jnights. .Bands will lie in attendance 1 all the time and a good time is sured. H. ,1. with A. J. Maynard at New Dayton, Milk River and 'New ;Dayton were well represented at' the championship game played here last Friday. It was COLEMAN BOARD OF TRADE a dean gamc ECT OFFICERS-SUPPORTS and everyone enjoyed it'immensely. LANDS TltLES OFFICE P. W. Berne has been from the Warner branch Coleman, Aug. G. The adjourned aoian Bani( m innual meeting ol the Coleman Board i fXier branch ,f Trade was held in the council j C. WalJier'linished'.Mr. Snapp's well hamhers Monday evening. The meet-j last week at 151) leet and got SO tcet ing was called, to order by. President of flne Goodeve and in the absence of Sec- The Evangelical retarv Parks, P. C. Willimott was tered and ready for the finish, which appointed secretary pro tern. soon be on The matter of memorializing and MM. Simmons of Swift government to establish .a land title Current, 3re here ,rith their daughter registration office in Southern Albar-1Mrs. R. Kagleson, who is very ill la, the object of a special session of j E. C. and Mrs. Laing arc home the Board on Wednesday, July 31 'again after .1 Uyo weeks' vacation at was taken up and coast points, fully discussed. It, was'the concensus Wm. Kinscr, of Mino and is occupying one ol D. Marshall's carried. Your'remarks are all put of order." This -from the chair. Aid.. .Warns Interposed to ask a poser here. "Why are you so anxious that this matter shall not be Investi- gated by a judge, Aid he (Mierled. "That's all was the answer. "I have the right to air my own opin- ions." The matter was therefore settled by the decision that a judicial enquiry shall he held, and jmt as soon as the city solicitor can communi- cation with the Chief Justice for Ihe province the will be filed with him, set a-date for the homing b'f 'life investigation. Ih'ihej meantime all will be quiet :along-the Potomac. I Did Not Arrive Until 4.30 The city council did not get through ts little caucus concerning the city's Inaiices until alter four o'clock yes- terday, and the various delegations walling to -meet the council on differ- ent matters did not see the councl file in until 4.30. The fireworks be Ban right 'off the bat. As reported in last evening's Her aid, Chas. V. Harris was -present or behalf of Chief Clllesple to urge thai the investigation, whatever form II might lake, should be held immediate ly. Stating that he was present re- preMntliig the Chief, and on authority as his counsel, he went on to open up1 the history of the case ae It hai already appeared in the .press. 1 Mayor Jerki Hjm Up He had riot gone very far, however, until Mayor Hatch interposed with few words., "1 wish lo state right now, Mr. Third Avenue Business Jots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION 0LOCK. PHONE The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSURANCE Real Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHFRIDGC, transferred Of the Can- His. we are not here today to have the his- tory, or the right or wrong ot matter, opened up, and I do not thfaik t is fair, of you to come here and endeavor to place any views on.the question before ,the council at this "me. You know'; the'" line of action we have decided to take.' When the city solicitor says he is ready to go with an investigation of the cases, will investigate." V No Interest SNAP No lues ''CASH-PAYMENT: J25.00 and up; Balance in 3 to 19 equal annual Instalments. lv The Vendor GUARANTEES Should the purchaser1 become unable from any cwee to t the payments, the poitlon paid for