Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOR room house and stable, one block from Gait Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired. FOR ft. x 157 ft. facing east in Block 1, Duff Addition, Pay- able cash, balance a month. 3 Corner lots on Courtland. St., close in, Easy terms. F C LOWES COMPANY 1 1-iVy Tf J-JkJ %JL -TT.il 1 2 lots on Courtland St., just east of Westminster, '5 modern 7 room houses in EivetView FOE SALE or RENT. We have a large assortment of excellent building lots in all parts of the city at low prices and good terms. Also a fine list of large and small modern houses for sale on easy terms. 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 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES DR. COOK IN BROOKLYN? IF YOU HAVE ANY TITLE PEEPS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OP THESE BOXES ra FOft FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C JL Nourse, Mgr, Every Service A Bank Can Render to a Farmer, a Merchant, ,t Business Man, Finn or Corporation, a School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render yoti. Notes or other Negotiable -Paper discounted or for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign Exchange bought and sold. .Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED IMS; Total Oct 80, ItOt Over S42.OOO.OOO. Highest current rate of Interest paid on Savmft deposits. or upward starts an account. Mam Office cor. Round t St. I G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Westmmtter Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling Branch A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake R. W. 'Bali Manager. _ The University of Alberta _ Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep-_ tember 2lsfc. REGISTRATION AND September 28th. Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st For application forms, cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. DISCUSS REGULATIONS Ottawa, Aug; "supreme council of the Sons.of England opens its annual convention here tomorrow. The preliminary committees-meeting was held today. Three hundred dele- gates are expected and it Is said that the subjects to 'be discussed include the new immigration; regulations which Englishmen particularly seem to take exception. Rosedale Addition Lot 45, Block 3 for sale to highest bidder. Address H.HONER Calumet Hotel, Spokane, Wash: 200-6 MAS1NASIN Masinasin. Aug. Hutch- ings and Fred Eigard left for Ger- van, Sask., last Monday to work in the harvest fields. Mrs. Croucher was out visiting the neighbors last Wednesday. Farmers are busy running their mowers, cutting what little "grain they have for feed. We forgot to mention last week that Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hanson are the proud parents of a 10 pound baby girl, Mr. Chase and Joe Parider left for Spring Coulee to work in the har- vest fields a' few Mr. and Mrs. Markel left for Ger- van, Sask., last Monday, where they intend to reside until next spring. Chambers, Cooper Co. of 2-13, finally have their school house com- pleted, and a teacher engaged, so 'they will probably commence school most any time.v DISTRICT NEWS Hi Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale trie cheapest lots on the market n situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. W.HITLA NEWS Watch Whitla grow now. Alex Ashton is putting up a building to be used for a "general store. The government telephone company have ust installed a telephone in the hardware store of J. H. Carbon Miss Carson will act as central call girl. The fine showers of the past week have done much good to the late crops, potatoes and pasturage. There are several fields of wheat around 'Whitla .that will average well, considering the dry season. Whitla has her first new school house about completed. -Contractor Chas. T. Freeman says it will :be ready to turn over to the -school :board 'by the 15th of August, when the fall term begins. Miss Katherine of Ontario, will have charge of the school for the ensuing year. S. S. Richardson is erecting a build- ing on the corner of Centre street and First avenue north tb be used for a general store and post office. A. Ashton's new store building is formally opened on Monday evening, Aug. 8, iby a grand ball given under the direction ol the Whitla B. team, preceded toy a game of foall >etween Bow Island and Whitla. The Ladies' AHd of the Presbyterian church have purchased an organ. They also expect to Jnake many new im- provements on the cimrch when it s moved'to. the. Dew site which was donated by- Mr. Helgerson, he owner of the townsite. J. H. Carson expects soon to move his hardware store to a new location >n Centre street E. .A. Reguer, agent for Massey- Harris' line of machinery, is talking )f locating on Centre street and build- ng a store for .machinery. W.1 W. Fuller is also considering .the advis- ibility of locating on the samt street and -opening up a meat market. The Citizens' Lumber Company are grading down their lots and getting eady to build. Farmers' Lumber Co. are also making .preparations for many im- jrovements along the same line. J. S. Lienhart' is cutting' his wheat which he' siys is nicely filled >but helling some. Chas. Sturm is also cutting grain, vhich promises) a good yield. J. H. Carson and Robt Lonson re- iort -the restaurant business as flour- shing these days. BL P. Newendbrp and Mr. Millard, ,uditor.s of the Citizens and Farmers Dumber Yards respectively, made >busi: Less trips along the Crow line and ncidentailly stopped off to see Whitla IfTNrSbKsCaoHChowe they'd quickly select PACKARD'S Shoe Dressings 40 all leathers. The name "Packard" Is a positive guarantee of dressing that is made A1 dressing that will brtaf out the best that's la a shoo, both in looks and wear. For Your Shoes' Sake, Use PACKARD'S Dressings. Aim L New York Hotef Manager Gets Letter From Him New York, Aug. of Dr. Frederick A. Cook, vanished ex- plorer, believe that he is now in seclu- sion at the home of his brother, Cook, in Brooklyn, and that he ihas been there since July 2. The manager of the Waldorf-As- toria hotel, where 'Dr. Cook stayed for six weeks when he first returned to this country, showed a letter to- night in Dr. Cook's -handwriting .post- marked Brooklyn. The letter reads: "Kindly send the receipt for the package of furs which you in storage for me to W. L. Cook, 474 Bedford avenue, Brooklyn, and oblige. F. A. COOK." The ink on the letter was fresh when it was received. Ruth Greeiiman and Pearl Paulson were callers at Seabeck's Wednesday. Mrs, G. Shirley is on the sick list ieorge Shirley came home Friday. Ruth Greenman and Pearl 'Paulson were coHers at Armstrong's Thursday. Edward. Bannon and Jack Leonard ook a contract on the ditch. Mr. Beamish had his- house remod- dled. Banghman and' Olson did the work. Mr: making hay and'hauling t from Thigh Hills. (Louis Olson helped 0. H. Bingham harvest shis wheat, "one wagon box ulL" Bannister and Holden, made a trip o Gleichen to see about getting hay or this neighborhood. Emil Erlcfcson has had blood pois- >ning in his arm from a 'barbed wire cut He is' around again. F. L. Rickett and Guy Paulson went o Granum Tuesday. Short left for Lethbridge on rhursday. Harry Rounds went to.Nanton last week. Herman -Holden and sister A3ta were visitors at 'Wlutting's Sunday. Mrs. Gallagher went to Macleod on Tuesday. Bert McDonald is 'back from a long isis to the States. WEDE POISONED HIMSELF'AT MOOSE JAW and Mr. Cascaden, of were Whitla callers grow. Jack Flynn Seven' Persons, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Richardson were callers at Medicine Hat on Thursday. The road leading south out of Whit- la seems to hold a great attraction to Messrs. Regner and Fuller on Sun- H. C. McDaniels arrived home last week from 'Marquis, Sask., for a short stay with his family, when he will return with a number of teams and men to help thresh the crop in that district, which he pronounces very good. Chas.-Olson and Roy Cherry were callers at Medicine Hat last week. Mr. A. W. Fuller and fam- ily were guests at the Richardson home last Sunday. The wholesale travellers are quite numerous in Whitla these days. Mrs. Alex Moffat and her son Wm. left for their former home at Coopers- town, N. D., a few days ago. owing to the ill health of Mr. Moffat. E P. Helgerson is expected home on every train from Wisconsin, where he has ibeen visiting the past month, and the girls are all wondering if he is -bringing a house keeper with him. Miss Anderson was the guest of Richardson Thursday. SWEET VALLEY Richard SaWle left for Lonia Wed- nesday. He received word that his mother was very sick. T. Creighton left for Saskatchewan Tuesday to visit friends. Mrs, Alexander, who has been visit- ing at Kinondale xand Sweet Valley, returned to her home in Barons. T. Beamish and Mme Bangiimaii were Carmangay visitors the first of the week. Mrs. J. T. Rickett and Mrs. C. H. Banghman were callers at Gallagher's Thursday. Messrs. Turner have arrived on their homestead. Mrs. J. Mrs. Jay Rickett, Moose Aug. Dahl- man, a Swede, supposed to have come to this city from the States, died in the police cells' from "the effects of strychnine poisoning self-inflicted: He had appeared in the-police .court Sat- urday charged with drunkenness and was discharged after paying the usual fine. At night the constables found him sitting, on the pavement He complained he was sick and .the con- stable took ihim to the station and summoned a medical attendant When the- doctor' arrived Dahlman admitted taking the poison, but although the usual remedies were applied he died soon after. An inquest will ibe held. KITCHENER OUT OF ARMY Seeks Residence For Ensuing Period of Idleness. .London, Aug. Kitchener is .quite reconciled to a period of idle- ness from military employment, and is now seeking a house where he can take up his permanent; residence. This will-be somewhere within easy reach of London, and will be surrounded by large gardens. One of Kitchener's fa- vorite pastimes is gardening, and he 'hopes to ibe able to give full .play to this in the future. He also proposes to provide'a -per- manent home for his large and ex- tremely valuable collection .of .old china. This collection is especially rich in specimens of eastern pottery ware, and received some considerable additions when he visited China and Japan a short time ago. So soon as he has obtained this house Lord Kitch- ener ijroposes to have this collection systematically catalogued and valued by experts. Beyond obtaining this house he-has made absolutely no plans for the. future, but some years ago he informed a group of. friends that in the event of his ever being without military employment ihe might turn to the city for something with which to occupy his mind and his time; and it may toe that this is what.he will now do. LETHBRIDGE MEN ARE DIRECTORS Kamloops. Aug. officers-for the ensuing year of the Western Can- ada Irrigation Association are: Hon- orary president, Lieutenant Governor Bulyea of Alberta; president, William Jfearce, Calgary; vice-president, F. J. Fulton. Kamloops; second vice-presi- dent, Mayor Jamieson, Calgary; treas- urer, C. W. Rowley, Calgary; execu- tive committee, C. W. Peterson, Cal- gary; C.A. Magrath, Lethbridge; W.H. Fairfield, Lethbridge; Horace Greely, Maple Creek; Dr. Dixon, Kelowna; R. H. Agur, Summerland-; R. M. Palmer, Fruitlands, MONEY MONEY MONEY For small and large capital we have property to sell wMch will make you money while you are sleeping. Investments on house property will bring you in from 10 to 20 per cent, interest. Why he satisfied with 4 per cent. Houses from and upwards to suit all parties. Orders taken for car loads of coal. Fire and Life Insurance. IE Golden West Realty Co. P.O. Box 642. D.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 LAND FOR need money come and see us. We have a plan that will interest you. WE-BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LiST WITH US. Whitney Block Ltthbridge GROW APPLES AT FRUIT VALE 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, FRUITVAT.E LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B. C. A FEW GOOD CROPS AROUND HIGH RIVER. If your liver is sluggish and out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti- pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be- fore retiring and you will feel all righ; in the morning. Sold by all druggists. ipi w hair Visitors Don't leave ,tte city before you Have visited us and placed your orders tor Job Printing WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS ON THE PREMISES Satisfaction Guaranteed THE LETHBRIDGE QUICK PRINT Corner Round and Dufferin Streets Phone 1151 Box 271 (High River Times.) R. A. Tignor ihas seventy-five x acres under oats, and judging from appear- ances he will get 40 "bushels to the acre easily. He sowed the seed on summer fallow land about the middle of April. Mr. Tignor is a careful far- mer, and a good crop is the result of his careful methods. R. J. Treacy has 65 acres of winter wheat which looks pretty good, and yield at the very lowest 22 bush- els to the acre. Bert Chalmers, his neighbor, has the same number of acres under wheat from which he will get very good returns. In fact the crops in the north east part of High River dis- trict are looking very good, consider- ing circumstances, and while a por- tion has been totally destroyed, yet there are many good fields that will produce a large yield. GOVERNOR WINS DOVE SHOOT FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block Cromer of Alabama, Sitting in Chair, Kills the Legal Limit of Twenty-five Montgomery, Ha., Aug. 6.--Governor B. B. Cromer, who is an ardent sports- man, 'beat a field of dove shooters at I Ms residence yesterday, although he ihad to be carried to the grounds and sat in a chair while shooting. He shot the legal limit of twenty- five before the others were near him. Several weeks ago" the governor was kicked on the left leg by horse and before he was out the other shin was bruised in a second runaway. But both legs in bandages did not deter the governor or make ibis aim less certain. SCOTT ACT TO BE VOTED UPON Victoria, Aug. in British Columbia of the Canada Tem- perance act otherwise known as the Scott Act, are to make their first fight for the substitution of this much criticised system for British Colum- bia's new and drastic high license and strict regulation law at Prince Rupert, a petition bearing the required 25 per cent, of interested citizens having been presented to the council and a plebiscite is being arranged in res- ponse to this petition, to be taken on Monday next. COLLECT FOR mos. for sale 0 the holder wants _1 money, 8 per SNAPS IN o than can be 03 GOOD HOUSES FINE a Easy Dowsley o o p. H O o St. Sherlock m car to show the COLLECT REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABS STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ST. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Icsurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta.