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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta August10, 1011 THE LETHBRIIWSE DAILY HERALD Page 8 (r The best buy in the city FAIR- MONT F. Clowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents Worth going at Two lots 25 x 125 on water and sever, at each, on easy terms. Apply R. V. GIBBONS CO. Oil Block No; 1 Ranching Propositions B.OOO acren in block. 50 per cent, tillable, running water, on t; only 18.60 per acre; good terms. 2240 acres 8 miles from good lown. 50 per cent, or more till- able' several springs on tract; J13.50 per acre; good terms. Good half section on Weyburn line, only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK PHONE 771. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Rd., s Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. COAI LAND FOR SALE We have one of the liest propositions in coal lands that has ever been offered in the city of Lethbridge. Closer to the city than any mines operated at present. No question whatever about the quality of the coal. For particulars apply North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE B36 'Your town is the best investment wo have seen, sriy the Great Falls business men; DO YOU REALIZE THIS! 2 lots and small house on Argyle.Avc., 1-3 cash, balance WUkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, WEST A. R. I. OFFICE. PHONE 623. BARGAINS section of land, improved, house and 12 miles {Voni Barons, 60 acres in crop. per acre.- cash, balance on terms Lots in North Ward, each, easy terms .6 roomed fully modern house to rent Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Lethbridge Hotel Block FOR SALE-SNAP 153 acres .adjoining townsite of Burclett, only 300 feet from main business street, ripe for subdivision. Good house and fenced. 0. P. n. pas lino will run through property. Price per acre. Address A. B. HOAGLIN Calgary, Alta. TEACHERS DECLINE POSITIONS AFTER THEY WERE APPOINTED School Board Has Difficulty Filling Vacancies Dr. Campbell Resigns Position of Medical Inspector of Schools Principals Appointed-Sidewalks Tho School Hoard is having some j difficulty In getting Its supply of teachers. At a previous meeting nev- oral woro appointed, but at last night's regular monthly meeting, letters went' read from two of these saying they could not come. Unfortunately they did not think the matter Important enough to wire about, and consequent- ly the Board has lost a week In get- ting others to lake their places. Af- ter the meeting was over, the 'school management commitiee met and a couulo othor selections which they may be able to get even though tile time for getting' teachers for the .he- ginning of tile term is nearly past. The Board made a change in the contract with D. C. .Marriott for ihe painting and kalsoratning of the High School to give him time to get the work done after the men fixing the heating and ventilating plant arc through. 'Mies Hodglns, kindergarten teacher, sent in her which was accepted. Miss Bella Sharman, who teaches' Junior Standard V. work, asked the Hoard to. consider giving her the same salary that they propose to pay a man to teach Standard IV. work. Her re- quest Vas referred lo the school management committee. Health Report Dr. Campbell, the medical health officer for the Board, sent In a very excellent vho resigned, and Miss Vera Mott as kindergarten teacher. Both had accepted the posi- tions. C. B. Brandow was transferred from Westminster School to the princi palship of the' Fleet-wood School, an4 G. H. Van Allen was appointed princi- pal of the Westminster School at rt salary of per annum, to be in- creased to at the New Year. Supt. of Buildings Jennings report- ed progress being made on the re-i paira of the various schools. His re- port was adopted. Tlie matter of getting a coal sup- ply for the year to the supply committee for The Board .will request tho city council to have a sidewalk laid from the corner of Tenth street and Eighth' avenue to the Fleetwood School be- fore school opens. The Board will take a trip to Hardle ville next Monday if the roads are passable to make another effort to secure a site for the school to be erected there. Those present were Chairman Fleet- wood, Dr. Galbraith and Messrs. Wal- lace and Austin. SEVEN PERSONS The Misses Bulger, of Medicine Hat are visiting Mends here.' Miss Anna An-lerson, of Rugby, N. D., is visiting at the Poore farm. A number of their friends gather- ed at the prr home on Monday even- ing. Mrs. .W..0rr was -.surprised on IUon day b% hmng a laige her friends walk In on her She the occasion, nevertheless, and the party wer; royally entertain- ed. Fern and Kincald are respective plowing outfits ready: to plow a firebreak from Coleridge, to Letbbrldgc for the C. P. R. Merle Thomson returned on day from a trip through Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Vosen spent Saturday evening in Medicine Hat. Mrs. Levy took Thursday evening's train for the Bast, where she will vis- it friends the next month. Work commenced Monday on the new school building. Ed. Anderscvi has the contract for the work, and declares the building will be a credit to Southern Alberta when completed. The lumber for the building is being furnished by the Stacey. Lumber Co. Crawford has taken possession of the new, drug store and. has in a fine line of drugs, .stationery, kodak supplies and toilet articles. Mrs. W. E. Kincaid drove to Medi- cine Hat on Monday. George Bergman, of Balfour, N. D., who" lias been visiting his parents at this place, returnctl on Monday. The cornerstone of the Presbyterian Church in the Amos district was lokl on Thursday with elaborate ceremon- ies. Ullcry and Sollcnbergcr unloaded a new rotary threshing machine this week. Miss Etta Shewey arrived on Tues- day for a visit with her parents. 'Miss Sadie Nichols, who has been stopping at the Strand- home returned to Thomson on Friday. Wm. Smith transacted business in Medicine Hat on Monday. Cyrus Scobie is erecting a very neat and commodious residence on Front street. Misa Jennie Le Grande spent Fri- day and Saturday with Miaa Clara Bergman. Frerl Hennlg returned from Grassy Lake on Frklny, where he has been working the past month. 0. Cox has sold his Interest Hn the King George livery barn to II. Ros- tron, who took possession on Tues- day. Art. Bergman and nay drove to Whltla on Tuesday evening. Owing to wet weather, the ball game between our boys Burdette was cancelled. The Dreamland Orchestra from Medicine Hat was called up and told not to come, as the dance was call- ed off, but a large crowd gathered In the evening, demanded n dance which was finally given them by the baseball club. About twenty couple were In attendance, and the dance was Ihe best of Ihe season, both so- cially and financially. Sweet Valley News Olson have a sister from St Paul visiting them lor a few days. Messrs. Seabeck, Yynk and Ricfcett have gone up'north. to a ranch to buy Borne horses. Dan McPherson Has returned to Sweet Valley, again..j. Jerry Rickett has lumber out for new granary. The Furniture is being Iiauled out this' week for the new school house, but the building is not quite finished and no assurance of a teacher. Clyde Holden rode( the winning horse at the Bowville picnic on the The Sunday school picnic proved to toe a success, the weather being sat- isfactory. The foot races and ball game were first, then the programne, "which consisted of songs, dialogues end recitations. Much credit is tluo the children and their teacher as it has been a long time since any them have taken part in of the Itind. Rev. McComb w-is prsent and gave everyone an in to attend the meetings SwwUr school here; also d'tl the miptirinteisd- ent, Mr. Hunter. After .'IB lemper- i.nco dialogues and the .v., by w. Sables, the clcsiug song, supper spread on the lawn, which was com- posed of sandwiches, tea, coffee, lem- onade ami ice cream, till every one had -sufficient. Treats were given the children of oranges, pop corn, candy and peanuts, after which all were ready for home none the worse for their half d-ay spent. Mr. Ba'in brought out two loads of lumber. Doii't. know_what he contem- plates building, maybe an addition to his farmstead. Miss Paulson has finished her work with the breaking outfit. She is at home with her sister, Miss Jerry Rick ett. Mary Stark has been having H se- vere ati-ack of neuralgia in her fnce. Harvest will soon be in full blast. Several will cut their green fields thi-s week. Calgary's munci pally-owned street railway earned profit during the month of .Inly. CUNAKT) LINE Canadian Servlct Do yon know you now travel between Canada and England by tha old reliable Cnnard Line direct Canadian service soiling from Montreal- London and Southampton? To London 3rd cltll From London Cibln (one MI 50 up Tho excellence of for whlqh the line If w well known Is being In Its Canadian Serrlct. For full particular! to any Cunud Line CuinAau Service went, or write to H. E. LIDMAN. Ojn. Ajt. Cm. Wttt, 448 St., Wlnnlptt, SURPRISED AT TABER'S GROWTH Aug. rain hai not Injured thin section any, as many dis- tricts. north, of Taber needed -nore moisture. Present Indications point to li change with the moon, and If Ihe shines, for a, tow days, the farmers round horo will be harvesting a bumper crop. D. W. Coulter and B. B. Talnler last week ..received ,a vtoit from Mr. Todd, the iWln'iilricg manager of ihe Royal Trust Co., wh'o .WHS accom- panied by Mr. Jones, the company's Western Inspector. They were taken for a' trip through the district, and were both surprised and pleased viltli conditions as they.found them. Mr. Todd said-that ho no idea that this section of. Alberta jiad reached such a stage of development m he found In his short trip. He said that he would ibc back In a short while, and would like to ace a little more of such a good country. Tlie Southern Alberta Land Co. are getting in large quantities of trljfco timbers for the construction of brid- ges over their ditch north of lere. A number of bridges -will be built this fall, and a gang of bridge builders are camped forty-five miles north of here. Mrs. W. E. Walker returned on Sat- urday from the Gait Hospital, ivn'ira she had been for an operation for peridlcitia. Sundial Happenings Miss Grace Cutler visited Miss K. Thurlow- on Saturday. G. W. Andrews is busy building a granary for W. F. .Dean. Willis Caddie came out on Thurs- day. He expects to be put here only a short time. Dr. D. Woodcock is having hard luck. Another one of his horses was badly cut in the wire on Wednesday. The Knutsons called on Sanders' Sunday. Mrs. Easter called on Sirs. Hend- ricks last week: Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Epps call- ed on Mrs. Franlc Griffith Wednesday. Baby Oseen' la on the sick list. Mrs. Ingram, who has spent the summer months at her son's, C. -B. Ingram, returned to Lethbridge where she will visit. Wm. Ingram's family. A large number of Sundial farmers were seen in Lethbridge last week. Messrs. Baker" Doran of Leth bridge International: Harvester Com- pany, were business callers in the Sundial district last week. Ingram Is, onjthe sick list. A. Thorhurn made a trip to Leth- bridge last week. F. W. Folkland is helping Mr. And- rews at the. carpenter work on W.F. Dean's granary. The Oxland brothers went to Leth- bridge on Friday, returning on Sun- day. Mr. and -Mrs. Dabney and child and Mrs. L. A. Bnlsley and children called on Evans' Saturday. Mr. Street is again on his home- stead after spending a few weeks in Lethbridge. A big day at the Kasimlr school house on Labor Day, Sept. 4th. There will be different sorts of amusement, such as races, games, etc. Everybody welcome, a good time fpr all.: The FMnigan Bros, are running .7. B. Evans' eight-team rig.' Mr. Hiliriik SIverton purchased L. Larson's oxen. Louis Larson bought a team from (Jarl Bergman. Roy Langford spent a few days with Mr. Elliott. BARRHILL NEWS Louis Brandlc was. seriously hurt in a runaway last week. The Circle school house is ncaring completion. Ed. Alberts and Clint liraiibury arc the contractors. G. 0. Vcnesland, formerly of Lcth- but now ot Oreat Falls, Mon- tana, is paying his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Olaf Vcnesland a visit. A dance was given at the residence of Avcrill by Averill Brothers, Fri- day, Aug. 4ih. .The government well drillers have their machinery in good shape now. It is running fine and the work is making good progress. The inspector of tree planting is around inspecting the trees to sec how they arc growing and take or- ders for new supplies for next spring. There is no use saying anything about rain. It has been raining every day. John'Watchman of Lethbrirtge, was out looking alter his farming inter- ests at Rarrhill. A MAN KILLED ON A SCENIC RAILWAY Montreal, AHf. Lanxon, aged 24, smtilned. n fractnrad skull last night while riding on the scenic railway at King EJward .Park lait night and died a few hours lift leaned over aide of the car and his head came In contact with pott while ear wu moving at a hlgk of Registered Customs Brokers and Insurance Agents Lethbridge Alberta Knowing that In proBrewlve city the size of Lethbridge, IB an opening for the above we have decided to enter Into It, and will endeavor lo trannct ill butlnMi entrmted to us with entire sntinfaction to all concerned with the least poialble In entering Into thli work It will be our aim to make It eessful and In order to.do this we It Is necessary to for whom we do business In the same manner as we would wut them to treat We solicit the of all who have buslr-eti with ttw Canadian Customs. This branch of the work will be la the hands of one who h'ss had several years' eiperlence In this line of work, and can assure all patrons abaolute satisfaction. If you reuulre Insurance pleaw call or write ill and we will pleased to fully explain our plans of Ineurance. We repreient The Prudential Life Insurance Company and The Sterling Accident Guarantee Company, embracing all kinds of lift and accident insurance. PHONE 1011 Room 12 Hull Block, Lrthortdjl. P. 0. 401, W. M. Harrii Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 WATERWORKS IN HIGH RIVER High River, Alta., Aug. Sep tember fifth the ratepayers of High River will vote on a bylaw to raise one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars by forty-year five percent, de- benture bonds for the purposes of in- stalling waterworks and sewerage sys terns. The plans call for a steam pumping station and compressor sew- er ejector. The town jcvel is too low lo drain the sewerage by. gravr iiy. The present rai'euhle property o[ High Hivcr is a million and a quar- ter gross, with a debt ol fifty-four thousaml dollars. COALDALE Mrs. 13. S- Pawson on Thursday af- ternoon entertained for her sister, .Miss Florence at a tea party, and on r'riday afternoon at a reception for her mother, Mrs. Win. M'cPowell, of' belavan, 111. Mr. and Mrs. .D; ,T.- JlcArthur were Letlibridge cajlers .Thursday. Miss Hilda White is vteiling her mother, Mrs. B. B. White at Bow Island. Mrs. J. Fillers was hoetess for the Ladies' Aid Wednesday last. Heighea Bros, report the entire loss of their crop north of the river, -by hail. A number of ladies from here will attend a Christian Scientist picnic at the river Wednesday. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Swanson, Monday, a son. Mr. and Mrs. A. Braun and Jennie Jones were bethbrltlg-e visit- ors Monday. Fine Rental Proposition 1-4 section Irrigate! Uad within 5 mtlei of tlM city. 9 SO torn ilrmdr In H. J. H. Skeitfa IMt Opf. Three good Lots on William Street each, terms COAL MINE We Have a small mine near Royal Cok lieries that we will lease or sell to a practical miner. Mine estimated at tons, is fully opened up and partly equipped. 'Call or write FARM SECURITY CO. .FOR QUICK SALE The old ranch, 370 4 1-2 miles west of Pincher Greek, all fenced, excellent house and beautiful runnlne water, 25 acres tint othy, 20 acres wheat, of the best mixed farms In district, (Mii adjoining; sold for MO per aero lait yemr. C9A P61" acn> whole thing. Basy terms. Apply Monday and P. J. DALY CALGARY Room B, AlbtrU We have a bunch of choice' lots within a mile and a nuir- ter of post office at 1150.00. each. These will double with- in twelve months. THE CASCADEN LAND CO. MACOONALD BLK. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Acres- Fenced. .Stable, etc. SO tent ta Spring wheat. Price 120.00 fK acre. cub, I-1------ In hilt crop 640 600 acres In crop, Spring looking splendid. 8 mlta from 4 town. We hive wm. .ploiWM wntn ki rm lend, lo Weybvrti wmy. tar from to til Mr THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;