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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHftRlDGE DAILY HtRALO, THURtQAY, AUGUST H. IJM ENGINEERS, FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AUTOMOBILE REPAIRERS AND BOILER MAKERS Iron and Bras? Cartings Cast Iron Columns Structural Steel Channels am! Angk-s always in stock Boilers and engines Mine, Kill and Elevator Machinery Mine Cars, Frogs, Works Supplies. Architectural and Bride? Railway Supplies Bar iron ami ('old Rolled Suvi Shafting Pulleys'.and Hani.vrs ".Shaft and Coupling Belting' AYr.ongh't Iron .Pip-- Bolts and' Wind Mill, Supplies Blacksmith Coal Files. Split Pins Screws, Screws Boilers and Strain (iuapo.s 'impaired find TostocJ Highest .'Prices Paid for Scrap Copper, Brass and Cast iron. NO JOB TOO LARGE, NO JOB TOO SMALL If out of the City, Write us before sending East P.O. Box 122 Break Up the Black Hand L-ETHBRI HL.TM Long Dist Phone 126 Spokane, Wash-. Aug. oi Police Sullivan, of the local depart- ment, hits received a score of letters and personal calls fron: prominent Italian business and professional nUn in this city, urging him to break Tip tlic so-called "Black Hand Society of members of which have, threatened the lives of those making the appeal. Jn their coaimunications lo the police the writers say they in constant fear of bodily harm and death, at t.he hands of the undesirable element, composed entirely of former of Italy. Chief Sullivan said the police have known of. the. ex- istence of a secret society of thieves and blackmailers in the west lor sofflir time, but this is the first-time that an 'appeal for protection haw come from their own The :po- 1 ice believe they -have located tbfe I leaders of band and it is likely j that arrests will follow its soon as Chief receives assurance that the persons making complaints will appear as witnesses against the ac- cused. CAPKTS TO SHOOT Ottawa. Ont-, Aug. number, of Cadets that ever took part [in D. A. matches will be here this year. Sanadian Military League is jio bring highest scorers in cadet I league match last year, who were Un- jder IS years of age on July 1 last. {They will shoot on Monday, first (day to meet to choose team of eight I to shoot for Lord Koberts trophy. Two Large Reality Sales Negotiated Turpin's Store closes every Wednesday afternoon during July and August. eod-tf. 'Northwest. T-LUtVE.STFJRS COMING Toronto. Aug. C'.P. trains left here yesterday after- ijioon with 500 harvesters for the ram Every day at the office of the Beagle-Maxwell Load Co. Our land is the best and fair dealing is our watchword. to along Weyburn Lethbridge Property and Irri- gated Lands a Specialty Senator Lougkeed of Calgary and a Toronto Financier .Make Purchase of Edmonton Property Edmonton. Aug. Urge Jasper avenue real estate deals. 01 property west of Second, street, are reported this week, establishing re- cord prices for realty in that part of j-the city. The purchasers in each case were outside men, one being froni. Toronto and t-he other from CaJgary. Lot 160, block "2. in Hudson's Bay reserve, situated near the corner of -lasper avenue and street, owned by Herb Bowen. has been sold to a Toronto man for i property has 53 1-3 feet frontage on j i.he north side of Jasper avenue, lip- o'u it stands the stores now occupied j by Kilgour IJttle. real estate j agents Edmonton Book and Sta- iti'onary store and Ash Bros., jewelry and watch-making store. The rate j per foot frontage is 'about Tho Pdeai was put through, by 11. K. Hound, salt- of the north west comer oi Jasper arid Third, about a block west of the property referred to ;abovi- has been made to Senator (Lougheed. of Calgary, one of the iown..-1-K of the Willis theatrical cir- curt., The property is made up of lots and lias a frontage on -'as- jper of 106 feet depth of 150 The prio.- paid was at jt-he rate of per foot frontage. I The owner was Jas. H. Upon the lots stand the Dominion [theatre, and ;i cigar and pool room, i all being one story structures. The prices paid are both records for weft J .as per property, the rate per ioot'-wwst of Second street having jnc-ver passed the mark before I this -'week, i between High Hiver and the bound- ary and between Medicine Hat and the mountains. it as com- plete as possible before publishing, so please call or write the Herald, inn .what information you can, name-j of operator, horse power and "kind oi, i engine, number of plows and average .for day's work, total, amount broken 1 and. any other remarks. -Agents or others might be able to assist with i useful information. It will be an in- i Leivstiu'g record and a good index of 'next year's crop and resultant, busi- jness. Just tliink, 140 plows say 'say with an average of -0 acrc-s a j day equals 2..SOO acres broken every :dav all these plows were running. Opening the Columbia For Navigation Spokane, Wash.. Aug. bia River Improvement commission, of which State Senator A. ,W. Hend- erson of. A'ddy. "Wash., is president, has completed'the" preliminary plans for the opening: of the Columbia river from to Kettle Falls. Wash The first work will be Foster Creek, the present head of naviga- tion, and points above Bridgeport, permitting boats to be operated as far north as the', mouth of the Spo- jkane river near Miles, AV'ash., .the ;dian agency post on the Spokane re- Jservation. The carrying out of the plans will open the upper Columbia, iriver as' a waterway for millions" Of 'dollars: worth of orchards, field''arid 'mine products in Chc-Iari Ofcah- 'agjin counties "and will eventually furnish easy means of transportation if or ranchers, orcihardists and miners- operating in Ferry. Douglas, Stevens Lincoln counties. CaptaJa.Fred ;MaDermott, a veteran liver pilot o: 'Kettle was elected, to.-the [office of executive commissioner, de- Clares that the plan of 'the- upper river as a navigable stream is (feasible. Oliver Block, opposite Balmoral Hotel Phone 290 GREAT BUYS Near Taber and Grassy LaKe Alberta Wool Crop i Clip. Will He C-onsidurahly F.-ighter i Than Year I The shearing of Alberta range i sheep shows a rather lighter clip i than last year, both in the total, and i in the- yield per sheep. The total will i be in the neighborhood of i pounds. The tleece is not as -heavy as i last year, owing to the character of [the winter. The fall was; rather dry jand sheci) did not meet... the hard weath-er of the mnv year in yery good heart. The spring was late 'arul '-the {grass slow aii-'l naturally, the wool isulTercd. whole of thx? clip has 'not, been sold. The bost yet bid is j 1 cents for the lot of wool, about 25 per cent, of the Alberta clip, at I tho three .shearing pens. There is a I possibility.'that tlio wool may go to Hoston hn.vers even in the face of 11 pound duty. Thirteen cents I has been bi-d for throe hundred thous- iiind pounds of the clip by. a Great. Kails house., hut the growers feel that vthere should Ivr stronger talk couvmg from Canadian buyers. The price i this ywu- is two cents higher'than i but the advance i ly much Inihind the- prices in both j F.nglish and United States i this year. v And Investigate the LJXRGE STOCK GOOD G L.OW PRICES PLOW X ATT'F.NTTOK j The ITerald .has a list of nearly 140 steam and gasoline plowing outfits j this. season in district Betws'en C-P.R. Station and Eliison's Mills Agents for Wright CJreig's WINE HND SPIRIT GO- Try a bottle of PREMIER SCOTCH WH i SKIES Phone 390 FORD STREET WEST ;