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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 8. The Lethbridge Dally Herald. Monday, August Large modern dwelling and two lots on Bartlett St., Easy terms. Large modern dwelling with outbuildings on Argyle Ave., Easy terms. FOB SALE OE fully modern houses, 7 rooms each, with full size cement basement in each. Close in. Will sell separately on easy terms. FOE room house and stable one block from Salt Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant; if desired. to rent in all parts of the city. We .have a purchaser for a small modern house or cottage. Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver HON. A. J. MCLEAN SEES GOOD CROP a noticeable fact that the good crops NEW are on land that was well cultivated. "There is a very large amount ol (Calgary Hon. A. J. MacLean, provincial secretary, is in the city on his way to the capital, after a trip through the south country, in which he drove over a large section o! the Clares- holm district, the affairs of which have been placed in his hands during the illness of Mr. M. Mackenzie, M. P.P. Hon. Mr. MacLean drove from Mac- .leod to Carmangay, Barons and oth- er communities in the eastern part of the constituency, and across country to Claresholra. In speaking of the crops in that part of the country, Mr. MacLean "I. was really surprised to see -so manv fields oi good grain. There are land prepared in condition for next season's crop, but if looks now as though a very large percent- 1 age of it will be seeded next spring, I instead Oi being sown to iall wheat." Mr. MacLean has been in the coui- trv for so long, and understands the different conditions that exist in both the fanning and .ranching industries, that any statements he makes in re- gard to crop conditions may be-relied s being absolutely scores of .fields oi wheat that yield from twelve to eighteen bushels per acre, which 1 consider an. extra- ordinary record for such a dry sea- son, "Of course, there are a large num- ber or fields that Trill not be worth cutting, but there will be a great deal more grain, in Southern Alberta this year than people antici- pate. "What struck me most was the op- timistic feeling among the people, who are not a bit discouraged, and take the partial failure of their crops quite philosophically. They have the fullest confidence in the country, and 'have "'hot the slightest intention of quitting. "If we get a good season neit Mr. MacLean sustained a Tery pain- ful bruise of his ankle through the overturning of the automobile in which he was driving in company with Mr. Swinerton, of Macleod. From some cause the steering appar- atus could not be controlled, and the POST OFFICES IN THIS PROVINCE Seven Were Opened on August 1 in the Calgary Postal Division Calgary, Aug. new post- offices were started in the Calgary postal division of the first of August, and one postoffice name was changed, the Prairie View delivery point to that of Kipp. The new postoffices and the points served from are as follows: Balermo, in 2S-37-24, west fourth; served from Red Deer once a week. Chin, in 30-9-lS.. west fourth, served from a railway postoffice on the Crow's Nest branch three times dur- ing the week. Cornicopia, sec. 24-36-16, west fourth served once a week from Kalkirk. machine upset in the ditch. In speak- j Onelletteville, sec. 3-23-21, west ing the mishap festerday. although {fourth; served from Cluny station his ankle was paining him consider-! once a week, ably "I am not complaining a bit, Sarcee, sec. 6-31-21, west fourth; as I consider we were very lortmate to escape with only a few bruises." INFI .UENTIAL CLERGYMEN COMING TO CANAE served from Didsbury once a week. Westerdale, sec. 14-32-3, west fifth; served from Olds twice a week. Ymnxgstown, sec. 34-29-9. west of week- Montreal, Aug. influential deputation representing the -Christian Alliance will arrive in. Canada next month and visit twenty of'the larger cities, travelling to the Pacific coast, during the month of September and October. The delegates will be the Venerable T, J. Madden. Archdeacon of Liverpool, and the Rev. George H. Hanson, M.A., D.D.. of Duncaim Pres- byterian church, Belfast, Ireland.' KNIGHTS TEMPLAR IN SESSION AT CHICAGO Chicago, Aug. the arrival in Chicago of Acting Right Eminent Grand Master W. B. Hellish, of Cin- cinnati, chief of all the Knights Tem- plars in the "United States, the pre- parations for- the biennial conclave to- day drew to close. The band of English Knights, who are journeying to Chicago for the conclave, are es- p'ected today. The Right Hon. Earl of Buston, Pro-Grand Master and re- presenting the Duke of Connaught Grand Master, at the conclave, will HAVE ISOLATED LEPROSY GERMS AT HONOLULU Honolulu, Aug. Brinkerhoff continued Hon. Mr. MacLean, {and Curry, and M. T. Hallman. of Hon-1 be at their head. With him will be "the short crop of this year will be j olulu, have succeeded in isolating the Lord Thtimley, Provincial Provo of a blessing in disguise, as' it has iullr j germs of leprosy. It was announced -Middlesex demonstrated the advantages of good, i today. Ttfis means, it is said, the ul- j The real work of the conclave be- careful farming over slipshod i timate discovery of a cure for the dis- j gun yesterday when the committee ease. The doctors are attempting to Templar 'Jurisprudence began an im- "Of course, I do not mean to say ease. fmake tosine from- the bacilli- Experi- that every farmer Tvhose crop is a ments at the leper settlement soon failure is a slipshod farmer, but it is made- portant revision of the constitution and code of statutes governing the Knights of the United States. FINE SCHOOL FOR CARMANGAY High River Man Gets Con- tract-Reports Of Good Crops Carmangay, Aug. P. Taylor, of High River, has secured the contract for 'the erection of r.hc now school house here. The work of construction will start at once. The debentures were sold for the sum of and toe completed building will cost fully that, as it is to be built entirely of brick, sandstone foundation. Ten hours steady rain has fallen during the past twenty-four hours, and the country is looking brighter and fresher than it has done for months past. Reports of good crops continue to come in from all sides, and there are hundreds of acres which will bring their owners an average of twenty to twenty-five bushels to the acre. The C. P. R. are making rapid pro- gress on the new station here and it is expected to be completed in a week or two. The bridge gangs are also and -work will start immediately. A very enjoyable concert was given last night by the Methodists. Local talent contributed the whole of the programme, many items being given by children, who displayed their -talent to good advantage. The Hon. A. McLean was in town this week, inspecting the roads with Mr. CalSer, of the Public Vvorks De- partment. The Board of Trade have been agitating for some time past to have the roads improved especially to the east. It is fully anticipated that the government will take steps to im- prove them. It was unanimously resolved to in- corporate the village as a town at the meeting held on Monday last. The area which it is proposed to embrace! is abou'L 550 acres ,of which 450 are in j section 32, and 100 in section 31. The chief boundaries lines are the section lines and the Little Uow River. HOR AUCTION SALE There will be offered for sale by Public Auction on TUESDAY, AUGUST 9TH At J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Gait Street ONTARIO M. P. P. RESIGNS SEAT. Will Receive Appointment of Super- intendent of Provincial Insane Asylum at Orilla. Toronto, Aug. P. Downey "mojnber of the Ontario legislature for j South Wellington, has sent in his re- signation to the speaker, Hon. Thom- as Crawford, who has informed the premier, Sir James P. Whitney. Mr. Downey has been given the ap- pointment as superintendent of the As- ylum for the Insane at Orilla by Hon. W. .T. Hanna, subject to the-approval of the cabinet. All are willing that Mr. Downey should have the berth, with the exception of Sir James Whit- ney, ,who is oposed to the-principle of- appointing members of the house to positions, and opening-' up constituen- cies. The new position is worth ?2r 600 per year, vri'th house and supplies. The post is regarded as one of the, best in the gift of the government. The announcement of Mr. Downey's re- signation will be made known at" once. 1 span of gelding3; 8 years 1 span of geldings, 6 and 7 years. 1 span of black matched mares, 9 years 1 span of bay geldings. 6 and 7 1 span of bay geldings. 4 and 5 1 span of bay geldings. 3 and 4 1 Belgian stallion. 7 years old. about 1.500 IDS. 3 saddle-horses, 4, 5 and 6 years A number of colts from 1 year old to 3 years. 2 single busies w> 3 sets of double harness 2 sets of double light driving har- ness MISSISSIPPI ALMOST DRIED UP. [Warner Record.) JVIrs. F. H. Shepard returned last Sat urday from an extended trip through the east and south, having visited Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St Paul and some of the Dakota towns. She re- ports the condition of crops in the vie- jinity of Winnipeg, to be good, but things in Minnesota, such as grass, small grains, etc., about an entire j failure. The old Mississippi is so dry it does not look like a river. Several I of the lakes are desolate and very j low, the parks are drying up and very little life' anywhere. The Dakotas j are not much better off than Minn., but some good crops were seen in Sas- katchewan around Moose Jaw. Mrs. Shepard seems very well satisfied to get back to Warner. LOCAL BUDGET D. H. Elton, secretary of the Ai berta and Eastern British. Columbia Press Association, is busy rnakinc ar- rangements for the annual convention which meets in Lethbridge this year. The exact dates have not yet been set, but will probably be in October. W. Grass, oi the firm of Galvin and. Hatfield, recently spent a couple of days visiting the company's coal interests twelve miles north of the city with a view to the further de- velopment of the mine." The Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works, a branch of the Kootenay Monumental Works of Nel- son, B.C., have started business on Burdett St., between Redpath and Dufferin streets. Messrs. C. G. Simp- son and C. R. Neids are in charge. "Boost the Indians, for all your says George Houk. _ "For you can depend on that they are going to be-the main attraction this year again. Besides the tableau that we are arranging, the parade, races and other Indian features are going to be better than ever before." The Grand Lodge of Alberta 1.0. 0-F. opens in Calgary on Tuesday and continues until Thursday. delegates from the two Lethbridge lodges are John -Brodie and G. B. Weller, of Lethbridge No. 2, and Dr. Rusk and John Bradshaw from Via- jiuet Ao. 53. They leave here on Monday afternoon. Thursday evening the Mounted Po- lice again emerged victors' frorc. a gruelling baseball contest. It was against the Kandv Kids. A feature of the game was the good umpiring by Constable Boss. Score 10-8. Bat- and Shover, Kandy Kids Matheson and Ironside, Mount- ed Police. .Mrs. V. Biner and child, Reed St., who have been visiting in Calgary for several weeks, returned home Satur- day afternoon. The funeral of Francis Bradley Mc- Mullen, -daughter of Frank R. Me- Mullen, who died oi typhoid fever in Calgaey, took place at three o'clock Saturday from the residence of J. Niven, 937 Arthur street to the public cemetery. T. S. Fetterly had charge of .-the arrangements and Rev. T. P. Perry- conducted the servic- es. The remains arrived from Cal- gary Friday night. Grace May hew, a waitress in the Balmoral hotel Saturday morning laid information, agair.st Jim Win, an em- ployee in the kitchen of the same hotel, charging him with assault by hitting her with a fork and knocking her down. L. M. Johnstone defended Wing, who was remanded until Mon- day afternoon and released from cus-i tody on his own recognizance. i Wm. N5 Herbert, of Chippewa Falls, j Wis., returned home Friday after j spending several days looking over prospects in Southern Alberba. He decided this part would suit him im- mensely and bought a whole section of land. He has gone back to break the good news of prosperity in Leth- bridge and surrounding district to his friends in Wisconsin. Some of them, he said, are anticipating invest ing in Southern Alberta. MONEY MONEY MONEY Por small and large capital have property to sell which will make you money while you are sleeping. Investments on house property will bring you in from 10 to 20 per cent, interest. Why be satisfied with 4 per cent. Houses from and upwards to suit all parties. Orders taken for car loads of coal. Pire and Life Insurance. West Realty Co. Phone 623. J.B.vWilkie P. 0. Bos 642. King DO YOU REALIZE that now, during general depression, is the time to invest. PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to sell. We can buy cheaper and give you the benefit. DO YOU KNOW we are selling on the easiest terms. We will wait until the land produces 'the money and pays for itself. Several good places in Cardston and Kimball districts. Plenty of rain. WE BUY LA.ND FOR CASH If you need money come and see us. We have a plan that will interest you. WEBUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LIST WITH US. Jf GROW APPLES AT FRUITVALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live in comfort. You can live in an ideal climate, enjoy fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and make more money on an ORCHARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. _ GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. .Others are doing not YOU? Splendid climate. High winds and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B. C. Roseclale Addition Lot 45, Block 3 for sale to highest bidder. Address H.HONER Calumet Hotel Spokane, Wash. 200-6 The Red Deer creamery paid two cents a pound premium on No. 1 cream during the month of July. The creamery paid out in cheques to patrons for the month. NEW R. C. CHURCH AT FRANK. Also a lot of furaiture be offered at the saine INJUNCTION STOPS THE INVESTIGATION Montreal, Aug. Milette charges against Eman- cipation lodge. Masonic, in connection with Eucharistic Congress, were followed up today and attracted' large crowds. The proceeding was suddenly brought to an end by injunction brought out by Mr. J. Fortier restraining the committee from proceeding with investigation. 1 Frank, Aug. Miler and Mr. Calemyre, head of the Canadian Col- lieries Co., of Frank, left this week for France. expect to be absent for three months. The Roman Catholics of Frank have commenced to build a church. The coal company presented them -with two acres of land. The building will cost about Mrs, R. Steves, owner of the Im- perial hotel, has decided to put in im- provements at once. II Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market pass? eacn t I situated north of the track _ The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.-V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block tn COLLECT Z o FOR r raos. for sale o the holder wants money, S per SNAPS IN z o .than can be a> GOOD HOUSES FINE a snap. Easy Z tu Dowsley o o h O r m o St. Sherlock o m car to' show the H COLLECT REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. ;