Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
i arse The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, August The LethbridgeDaily Herald. Friday, August Page 7. FOE room house and stable, one block from Square. Will give long term ground lease io suitable tenant if desired. FOR ft. i 157 ft. facing east in Block 1, Duff Addition, Pay- able cash, balance a month. 3 Corner lots on Coiirtland St., close in, Easy terms. 2 lots on, Courtland St., just east of Westminster, 5 modern 7 room houses in Eiverview FOE SALE or BENT We haveu large assortment of excellent building lots in all parts of the at low prices and good terms. Also a fine list of large and small modern houses lor sale on easy terms. 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 ONE CROP PLAN TO BE ABANDONED Brandon, Aug. W. .Hanna, one of the folg farmers of. Western Manitoba, to-day, after an in- spection of his farms in the Griswold district: "It is now evident that early crop predictions -were We will have the lightest crop- we ever In-this part country, .but not a. losing yield. It, will go ten or twelve -bushels to the acre, and "will Jbe Inexpensive to. handle. Other grains will show up welL Late iar- ley is as fine as the country ever produced. -The fanner will profit, too, by light yields, for they will serve to turn' his attention.to stock raising and other aide lines. Scores of farm including" myself, are going Into dairy work..; There will soon foe a noticeable increase in the production of ibeef and butter, the demand for than anything-else past to con- vince farmers the one-crop plan must be discarded, and more atten- tion given to eido lines that are op- en for development on the farm." STUDENT TROUNCED HIS PROCESSOR Sore Because He Did Not Get Diplomat Sooner. Syracuse, N. T., Aug. Sheppard, and. iProf. Paul Nugent, of the Lyman C. Smith College of Ap- plied Science, fared badly the other day fist fight with Herbert W. Faus, a graduate of the civil engin- eering department, and a prominent -athlete. Vexed over-the-delay in obtaining his diploma, .Faus walked, into the dean's office ,anfl. lighted, ffie diploma. from his, cigar. 'the diploma was Dean struck Faus on the nose, draw- ing Wood. Faus retaliated, and had the 'better of, the argument. After this encounter, Faus went to the home of "which now exceeds the supply. This 'Prof. Nugent, and administered a unfavorable season has aone more j Seating. BYE ELECTION IN ISLAND PRINCE Chaflottetowii, P. E. I., Aug. A bye-election took place In the Cardi- gan district yesterday; The district is ordinarily a close one, and this fact, together :With the narrow; margin between the two parties In the legis- lature, lent strong interest -to the contest. The -opening of the. polls round tooth 'parties hopeful. Both candidates are new men and the final result leaves J. A. Dewar, Conserva- 490, and Horatio Nelson, Liber- al, 460, a majority for the Conserva- tive of thirty. This leaves the pol- itical situation practically unchanged. Cardigan district remains. Conserva- tive and the -strength of the parties In the legislature' Is. Con- -servativea 14. CURE FOR LEPROSY IS NEAR Honolulu Succeed in Isolating of Soon to be Made In connection with the Conservative nomination for the .Ontario Legislature in South Wellington, the names of Col. MaeDonald, J. L. Drew, H. C. Scofield and Lincoln Goldje are mentioned. Honolulu, Aug. Brincker hoff and Curry and -M. T. Hallman of Honolulu, have succeeded in isolating germs of leprosy. This means the ultimate discovery of a cure for the disease. The doctors, are now at- tempting to -from the.'ba- cilli. Experiments leper set- tlement soon will -be made. CANADA'S FUTURE IS IN THE London, Aug. British Weekly says: "For once we almost envy" any Liberal member going down to the. The "Canadian .re- volt against a. "great fact, so .great, that it cannot .be.sil- enced or suppressed -by any conspir- acy of. Unionists papers, it is a mom entous fact "that-Canadian farmers de- sire no preference in the British mar- ket" Canadian manufacturers Vsvill "ight hard, but the future of aCnada s in the FARM LANDS SOLD AROUND CARDSTON CHOOSE THE LUXURIOUS EASY-RIDING Price, including Magneto, and full lamp and tool equipment, Best I mohair top, dust cover and windshield, extra. There is a certain element of satis- faction in owning a car that has the aristocratic appearance of the Dominion "Limited." Es- pecially when it can back up this appearance with ample power, simple, reliable mechanism, and luxuriously easy- riding qualities. is no such car as the Dominion either being made or sold in; Canada within of the price we ask for it. It is a big, roomy, powerful car, with more power than" it will ever possibly; need; and refined, strengthened and simplified throughout, so that the cost of nance and repairs are reduced almost to the vanishing point. Nothing but the strongest steels and metals have been used throughout. Its mechanical details have been worked out along standard and proven lines, by an auto- mobile engineer who is an acknowledged authority in high-class motor car construc- tion. Nothing has been omitted that is-considered desirable or essential to the comfort of the occupants, or the proper performance of the car under any and all Send for This Illustrated Book We want you to read cf the mechanical details of the Dominion "Limited" at your own leisure. Send for our Book today. Read it over carefully, and if you do not understand some of the mechanical terms, write us, or talk it over some mechanically inclined friend. He will you that in design and construction, the Dominion "Limited" foflowi the practice of the most successful cars ia the world. A Brief Outline of the Dominion "Limited" A four-cylinder motor, cast en bloc, capable of 32 to 35 horse power, with varying speeds of from five to 50 miles an hour and higher, with a full load of .passengers. The motor it simple, compact, silent and runs as smoothly as an electric car. A Magneto ignition system of approved reputation. A simple, sensitive and easy system of control Ample annular ball bearings of best steel at every inpor- tant point. Special forged and heat treated front axle, capable of v.nthstanding the shocks of the roughest roads. Strong frame; long easy springs and low center of gravity make the roughest roads seem wnooth. But send for the It wifl tell you more of the car than we can here. Km rapidly applying for agency to the Dominion but there u still much desir- able territory, which we will aisign to rcsponiible men who prepared to represent us properly. Write at once for our proposition. 32 Dominion Boulevard WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO alto MM AUtor Trucks aad Dtllttry Cars _ Cardston, Aug. IL-nGood news from representatives at the Lethbridge Fair comes home to-day. Mr. Arthur Perry" -has captured eleven first prizes with his products from this district' No person or firm ias'-done so much to help the Cardston district through the exhibition of actual .products grown as has -Mr. Perry. He was the first to capture prizes .at the Winnipeg Industrial with Ms Alberta Red wheat. At Calgary, as well as 'Leth- bridge, he has always taken prizes, and iis efforts have covered all lines open to the successful mixed "farmer. people of Cardston and district owe a dcibt of gratitude to Mr. Perry for his untiring zeal in making known the resources' of .this district. A Correction In a recent letter your correspond-. ent" mentioned the "Horticultural "..to she given on the 18th and as .being due most largely, to the "efforts E. N.' Barker, -who is chairman of -the committee in charge. The securing of this separate exT hibition, distinct from the annual Fair to 'be held on the 29th and 30th. of, September, is claimed toy Wm. Laurie, (barrister, who has. advocated" the change for the past two years. We desire to give all full' credit for this --worthy feature, .and. regret auy .injustice which might have ;been done by the previous item. Farmer Land Deals Several moresreal estate deals have put through this week. 'The Card-Eonis Land -Co. sold the ranch, 320 -acres, stock and implements of "Edward -Blaser, to the Gibh Broth- ers, of Magrath, this week. The ranch is located in the long grass country of the Borendon Creek district. Mr. V. r. Stewart sold his half sec- tion near Glenwood to Mr. Geo. L. Stringtiam at 125 per acre This makes another valuable citizen for the new town. Mr. Stringham is from the States, and has doubtless 'been drawn to Alberta by the good reports from his relatives at Magrath, as he cial Attention I Charles H. Kerr, .Auctioneer Having received instructions froin sev- eral owners of city property, will sell by public auction at a later date, several parcels of splendid city property. Otlier entries invitedv- Particulars and terms, apply to The Golden West Realty Co, CRABB STREET P.O. Box 642? DO YOU REALrZE..ahat general depression, is the. time" to PRICES ARE LOW. to sell -We can'buy cheaper and give you'the'benefit. DO YOU KNOW we. are selling oil'the'easiest terms. We will wait until the land produces the money and-pays for itself. Several good places in Cardston.and Klmball districts. Plenty of rain. WE BUY LAND FOR you need money come and see us. We have a plan that .-will-interest you. WE BUY.LAND FORXJASH. LIST WITH US. FARM SECURIH COMPANY has two sisters residing there. At Lethbridge Fair. All are headed for the 'Lethbridge Fair these days. Some twenty-five residents of Card- ston 'left for a day's outing in .your thriving city and doubtless "will gain much from''their visit to your big ex- hibition. Among those who went down was Mr. Mark Spencer, senior member of the firm of Spencer and Stoddard. His own and his son's in- terests in the High River district 'will be looked after before his return, as they have land' crossed by -the new line to Aldersyde, .between Brant and Prankburg. The railroad will make their holdings, very valuable. Visitors from Utah. From the Utah excursion Cardston has its share of visitors. One of the original settlers who located on Lees Creek In 18S7 is numbered among the visitors. Mr. E. R. Miles, now of Smithfield, Utah; many friends are pleased to welcome him back to the old timers' circle of twenty-three years ago. Susa Young- Gates and Mrs. McCune, the last named being the wife of one of Salt Lake City's million aires, are paying us a visit in the in- terests of the Genealogical Society of Utah. Two meetings have been addressed by these ladles In Cardston, and -they are now touring the surrounding set- tlements. Meetings are to be held at Glenwood, Mountain View and Aetna. To-day they are .being -taken to the Waterton Lakes iby Mr. C. E. Snow in his new motor car. 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 WarcTSt., Nelson B. C. of eight miles an hour while travel- ling within the limits of the munici- pality. The resolution is considered a good one by the people. The names of the successful can- didates from Pincher Creek in the Departmental examinations for Stan- dard VII. are: Nellie, W, Hodgkins, E. Ramsey, and Marion E. White. Four took the examination, the foregoing three succeeding in pass ing. COALDALE NEWS. Mrs. M. E. Sunderland and Mrs. Geo JPawson, and Mrs. E. Albertsen and children, of Deiamar, 111, are guests at the Pawson homes. Mr. Charles Seitler and family left the first of .the week for their new home'' in Montana. -Mr. Seitler drove there with-his effects. CASH PAID FOR FLY SCALPS Four Cents for Each 100 Kilied Is Re- Ward Offered by Washington Women to Hunters REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on Improved, city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block PINCHER CREEK NEWS. Pincher Creek, Aug. Mc- Lean, student at Fishburn, will oc- cupy the pulpit of the Presbyterian church here on Sunday morning and evening. All those who had assisted toward tlis union "Ionic a sue cess on Wednesday last were extend- ed thanks at a meeting held for the purpose. Stanley Jones, formerly of Colewijin, is now employed in the bakery of Foamier Thibault here. Rev. Fr. Blais, editor of the North West Review, visited Pincher Creek this week, after an absence of twenty years. He saw great changes in the town since ne was here last. Our town council has decreed that automobiles must not oxceed a speed 'Washington, D. C., Aug. cents a hundred is the price placed on the heads of flies in the District of Columbia. This is the stimulus -by which Wash- ington fooys have been aroused toy their mothers to a declaration of "war to the death" on the typhoid breeding house fly. The hunters, it -is reported have started in on their work of slaughter with great glee. TRIED TO WRECK AUTO PARTY. London, Oat., Aug. dastardly attempt was made upon party near here last night When nearing the city they crashed into a telegraph pole placed right across the road. Trie mayor, his wife, daughter and chauffeur were badly shaken up and the machine almost demolished. Kosedale Addition Lot 45, Block 3 for sale to highest bidder. Address H.HONER Calumet Hotel Spokane, Wash. 200-6 COLLECT FOR r Home 315 street Modern House 7 street o rooms, OS Dufferin. Price. Bartlett Roomed House Axgyle Argyle Ave. CO H z Ui Dowsley 0 o h o r m o St Sherlock o car to show the COLLECT REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. T. N. CHRISTIE A CO. Real Estate and Financial Broken, Agents Diamond City Towns! te. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta.