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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Aiigmt 15, 1012 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Paw -Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY DO YOU WANT A MODERN HOME! 7 room fully modern KOUM on 33. ft. lot, in belt residential, dlit- rlet; will tike..v.ont property ai part payment, balance on Fire, Life and Accident Iniurance; Money to Loan Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 One of the Finest Business Sites in North Lethbridge Lot to Meat Market on !3th St, N, Prlca 11600, 1-5 cwh, balance 6 12 This Is the best buy and ve believe only lot south ot 5th Avenue at the price. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PMONf Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully modern liouse, witk or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency iLOCK. PHONI HM. Give ue trial for harveit men you are needing. Satitfaction Guaranteed. T. H. Stagg Co. Employment Agency JOHNSOrJ Phone 1327 LETHBRIDGE lale. 160 .acres, close to Tuber, 125.00 per acre. Terms J3.00 balance crop payments. Some' excellent buys In Lethbridge property. See us before buy- mi T.H. Employment Agency JOHNSON BLOCK LETHBRIDGE SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Flrt Iniurance Money to Loan MMITI 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone Room ttlT, Ttmpleton Building, Silt Lake City, Raymond Phone 5. _ We Have Just Listed in both city property and farm lands. 6ec (our hst before investing AIWrta-Britisb Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 14 IharlMk 711 D. L. KIMBALL, Manager In 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit brought In from Ihe linitsd Stntes Canada. tbroufh one port of entrj It hi estimated Fifteen hundred cars for the Mme routing for 1912 Think it over Farm O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block PHONC 1413 f, 0. DRAWER 646 Harris Olson Agencies AMI EMati Fruit Lands ,Canv Millwiiy Aeeidtnt Int. C. P. R. Labor Agents Employment Agency AjenU for Ohvtr Typewriter Steamihip Aacnts BROKERS- I tCOIN BLOCK Lethbridge, Albert! A GOOD BUY 12 .1, north on I2lh Avc. South, clow IB water irt oipojlte Vlcloria each." 1-4 cash, lial- ta 4, I, and. 12 months. L. S. RIPLEY CO. firmi Loam j RURAL MUNICIPALITY IN WARNER DISTRICT Electors Vote lor phone Exchange Being Established Warner, Aug. Warner will soon have a telephone exchange. It has been a loitp wait hut presumably the government is getting to us as fast as possible. Mr. Kci. iioUc left Monday for Kansas City and other points in that vicinilv Our dcp.ofc agent W. K. VYhilpley, went to Lethbridge Saturday evening, returning Monday morning with his bride, formerly Miss Ilcssic Short, of John's, N R The, rjoietlj married in -St. AugusUn's church; MurrcMVriKlit officiating in the ing on Monday Mr. McKcown was down in the interest of the Let-lv- bridge Hoard of Trade, two resolu- tions were passed, viz.: the Wanicr Hoard of Trade assist Leth- bridge to secure a land litli'S office, and (2) to secure a iu inspectoral Hev. 'ull church service. Mrs. Riipp's cousin, O. Lugibil, left'Monday for .Swift Current, where lie will visit friends before his return to his home in Indiana Our postmaster, p. Shepard, vas 'a business visitor to .Lethbridge Monday night returning Tuesday morning. Mis H KOICP Oliver and Antlber, from a several weeks' visit to'differ- ent parts of Minnesota D. Marshall's two small children have been quite ill, hut arc improv- ing M. Preston's bahv is improving slowly, but is not, considered out of .danger vet. At a hurry-up Board Of Trade meet- and two bovs, returned tod; Lethbridgo for the southern part of the province. On. Monday Mrs. Frank Sidel was in what1- might have been ;i falal-riiix- up in tn a team ani harrow. As it was .Mrs. Sidel was severely cut on the back, and one arm was. Dr. Tennev was in at- tendance tin the absence of Dr. Scott All resturns arc now in for the rural municipality vote. Official court arid declaration of result nf election will be made on 17th, but it is already known. although a light vote polled because of the busy season, the movement carried bv J large-majority. Now watch the roads in our' municipality The services conducted !w Bishop Spring on Sunday were well attended and the congregation had. a treat. The visiting clergymen were Rev. L iVagner, presiding elder; Rev, ..I.; II. Yaggy, of Rev. McCrack- en, Rev; A. Cummins, of Milk'River; Rev. -John .Fennrr, nf Uickv Strike, and Rev. of Masinasin, Rev.. Spring gave a lecture on China on Mondav cunmg This was highlv j interesting ami instructive iind was all the .more .valuable because of i he that-Rev .Spring has recentlv returned Front (j'hina and knows whereof.he speaks. PLAN WAR ON VICE IN NEW YORK CITY CALL FOR CITIZENS' MASS MEET- ING! ISSUED BY REFORM COMMITTEE New York, Aug formal t-all for a citizens' mass meeting at Coopei Union to open a-campaign to rid the citj of gamblnig and other forms of has been 'issne'd. Besides the prominent men heretor fore named as leading the movement among them Jacob li. Schiff, Ionian Abbott, Holt, Dai-wia ;R. Fames, William Loeh Jr. Horace White and Prof. Felix Adler, the sign-, ers call include -four women, I Mis C. H McK'n, Mis W II Bald-1 win Jr., Mrs.: C. H. Israels and Hiss Maude E. Miner. A memorandum accompanjmg the call says "Proteciion of life and propert; the basic.duty of government, fte cent developments show a of aulessness that thiestens the community, "Jt is apparent to any one who lias 'ollowed the course of events thai, a .reasonable connection again exists jetiyoen some elements of. the jwlice and organized crime. "It is essential that- every citizen ir official having any information of -alue concerning present conditions .hall be encouraged to make these acis.known in the confidence that he vill be protected against terrorists ,nri oppression. confidence can ie'inspired only by the expression of tie present overwhelming public sen- iment through a movement of 1he haracter contemplated by the 'pro- osed mass meeting." Along with (he publication of the eport that John D. Rockefeller Jr. d been conducting a disorderly ouse for the purpose of trapping the olicc, it was reported ttfday tlihtVa elective agency had been' operating gambling house for the same pivr- ose. Society Owns Disorderly. Houses It was reported that Detective Wm. Burns, who has been investigating Ice and graft here for some time, bad iund that some of New..York's re large owners of property used for icious purposes in the underworld. In the long list of names are manv i rominent men and also women hose reputations heretofore have ;en above reproach. The names of all those property olders 'who have leased their build- gs for gambling and disorderly onsos will be made public' wbe'n the dermanic investigation now under ay reaches a ccrJain singe. The possibility that the sealed doors the so-called "system" might he tened wide was strongly suggested tien it bccnine known that counsel r Lieutenant Becker, who is charg- l with instigating ihc murder of oscnthnl, had visited the district al- rney and discussed' with him the icstion of leniency for his client. CLAIMS ON THE TITANIC FUND Vug H U a recent, meeting of the Mansion Iloiibe of-the THaniL relief fund, the JMavor of Southampton reported that of of the who droun PI! Ti-1 belonged to Southampton and 1-Js to_oUicr places 4nTesnect of those nelo'nipns to Southampton claims liqd been made for 239 i- dou Uiildien under sivleen, and J3 ofher dependants William said that in re- spect ot 161 of the 817 passengers claims had been feccned Of Ihesc, Bulish or Irish, 13, Belgians, 33 2 French, I DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION THINKS THAT ITS ESTABLISHMENT 15 A CERTAINTY Edmonton, Alta., Concluding session ot today's program of the Canadian Medical association will mark the .end of the '15th conven- tion of the association, '.icing the most the largest and possibly the most fraught with pood, import for the health of'the-future of any meeting the association has ever held. Apart from the promising expectation that the Dominion soon will have a public health department as has been urged at a previous prime factor pi the greatest importance to the profession at large in the Domin- ion is that from henceforth" it prac- tices under one charter of examina- tion, set as a Doinihion-widfi test. The practitioner'with the Dominion qualifications mil be permitted to practice in arty and every province of the Dominion. The extension of this reciprocal agreement in qualifications; hctw cen prounees is apt to he brought about, 'for it is-'already be ing urged-that a" similar agreemen become operative between the mcdica profession of Great Britain and thai of this'count between the medi- cal profession of, the and tin's couhtrv. United .States BOW ISLAND IS BUSY CUTTING Austro-Hu'nsarians, is Bulgarians, 3 Danes, Italian, 16 Norwegians, 36 Russians, 72 Sucdps, 11 M nans claims showed 138 widows, 250 orphans, 152 parents, and othe relatives PRIZES OFFERED BY'vTHE CANADIAN SEED GROWERS' SEE ROF. McCALLUM PRESIDENT Kdmonlon, Aug. H. A. cCallum. London, uresidenf- :d of the Canadian Medical Asso- ciation. Official notice is ghen bj the that substantial pi in the form of cash and special tro phies ai-e offered toi seed prow n i: the piownre and exhibited at the Annual Winter Fan or Piouncia Seed Exhibition The date of (hit; ex hibltion will be made public latei In Hildiilon to the regtilai offered to members of the association special cash prizes are offered to bojs and between u and ot age, for exhibits of spring wheat and white oats. A sweepstake: prize in..lhe form of a beautiful gol the ball club on Kndaj a deudeil succe'ii, The prilling Co.'s is now down .iboiit JOfl feet Hits well s proving of meat inteicst to the citizens, as it is expected that gas will he found tn it{ nhich looKs promibing for the tow n j Cutting is in full in this dis- trict, the south countrv is a little behind The grain is ripen- ing fast, and what is cut is proving to be a good j ielri though, a bumper crop is not expect- Bow Island district .favorablv- with anv Band concerts.-and hand practice will be discontinued for a short time Khile the hanesl rush is on Several of our business men been summoned to appear in court .on to just thci not paid their business li censes. Bow Island, Coi ton of the Bow IsIand..Review .reports a very pleasant trip In the Southern Alberta' press convention, at Nela'on B. C.' J. of'SO-fi-O has built a greenhouse. Mrs. A. W. Fuller and Miss Lucille will spend this week at the milllnerv Third Avenue lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEV Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 11S3, 1S10, IWt. The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans PIKE-INSURANCE Real Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE Worth Looking Up! Lots 3 and 4. Block E, corner 7tli Avenue and 12 St at 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. iriendoui! .-pressure; .However a feet is reported. and it i they could 'have, drilled few -feet more that it hav broken all records The Bow Island seniors, acfeompan led by some loyal Cans, to Tabe Tuesday and Mrs. R. A. S. -.McLaren an Miss Marjory are expected home from, the; coast this .week! Ed Cotton has the spint we mire. He has t taken, out B. C. fruit finan cial he not satis lied 'with the land, which' we h; seen or the pei son tha has it for sale." HOSMER Husmer, Aug May liar latt Prairie; on Wednesday. Shack town: in the natme of a civil ffar duiiiif the past weekend One of tho com batants was unfortunate enough ,'t part of his nose bitten off in tile progress oC the conflict. Mrs Fuller left foi the "coast Monday morning, prior to net return ;o Guelph, BELLEVUE openings in Winnipeg, while enroute a two months' trip home from kota. One of our popular ioung couples east of town took the train last Mon day to have the nuptial knot tied at Medicine, Hat. After making a round of the license issuers' offices they dis- covered there was not a license in he city. They then .phoned to Win- uifred and Bow Island, with the same result. They Uiey visited a justice of the peace to see if he could issue a lermit. This ;he could not did what he them a'good fee for his advice. They there- jpon took Ihe next train to try their ortune at Letbbridge, where, we are pleased to learn their mission was crowned with success. The total amount of the assessment Bow Island is Not bad or what was practically, unbroken trairie a. years ago. A band concert'will he held Thurs: lay evening near the Union Bank. Claude .famiesoii returned home last vcek -from ah extended, visit at Van- ouver. Carl Eide returned Tuesday from a isit to Norway, Rev. Herdman, Dr., and rchie. Hoaglln' visited the Hat on Ionday Work was commenced last week on ie Norwegian Lutheran church. The North West, Drilling Co., who re drilling for the Canadian Western leal, Light and Fuel Co., struck a ow of about six or aeVen million feet very twenty-four hours 9t well No, L Thursday, and Kt No. )H work had be suspended owing to the tre-, BelleMje, Aug 1-1 MIBB Robertson of Calgarv, who has been visiting Miss R Inun for the past re turned home jeiterdaj Gilmer returned this morning' from a Usit to friends at Cowiey Jas. Carter of. Blairmbre was a busi- ness visitor in Belleviic today Inspector Belcher of. Police spent today the camp J. R. McDonald, formerly manager of. ihe'W. C. .C. mine in ..Bellevue.and now ;of the Royal Collieries, is visit- ing in (own todav It is rumored that Mr McDonald intends returning to the Pass as mannger of a niine In one 'of the'nearby towns, is spending a leu days camping at Crow's Neat, lake. Fomtecn of the Ramblers club in charge of H Iiwm, left yesterday to spend a week camping at Crow's. Nest lake. The boys will no doubt 1m e a splendid outmp and will also be well taken care of by Mr. Invin. Messrs. A. Gayette, R. H. Dubar, R. W. Thompson and S. Raurde of.Frank, snd T. Ferguson of Bellevue.'r'eturned yesterday .from South Fork where they pent a few days.fisbiqg. The quality and quantity'of'.the' brought dome'showed that they had more than orUnary fisherman's luck. H. in No. 1 mine, was the victim of a veryjiainful nc: cident on Saturday., Mr. Mutton was firing a shot in the mine and although ie was apparently 'a 'safe' distance away, a splinter of coal .struck him In the ej-e, imbedding in the nhfte ot the eyeball. The injury 'although; very painful is not expected to have any serious results The, lower grades of, the -public school In charge ;of Miss Rodgevs .opened yesterday morning. The sen lor grades of the school will not open for Iwo more weeks, when it is ex- pected -Mr. Kelly will be back to dike charge. The school at the present time hnndicflppcd'owing ov-er''Crowding. Tho scbool is be- ing held as formerly in two of. the company's houses, but owing to tho Increasing population the trustees are contemplating the erection of a school building Just, us soon as arnuiseimmts can be made to raise Ihc necessary funds. The new building will ;have four rooms and will be Htenm heated. The coal company a lot and It Is to be hoped that before long we will have tbe much needed school., What Arc You Worth till What is jour earning power? Do jou realize that-> our death will remote that eainmg power fioni jour family9 How can jou; cheat death and have jour in- come continue7 Buy a Monthly Income Bond that will provide 00 pei month and upward tor4 twenty jears after your death For Tull particulars apply JOHiV R. KEVILL, St S. PHONES. Office 1018; Rea Estate, Insurance, Rentals, Money to Loan CHAMPION Mr E' W Paitson, Mr N G Clever, Wright, Dr. and G. F' Smith, all of Champion, ness visitors In Lethbridge on iThurV day of'last week. Mr G F Smith IB ha-un? another sll dillled at hia home He ha struck nater, and it is said to be Aer; good. j. ganger's bis circui to vijlt Ohain _ pion on 16 A big dance held in the evening after the 'cir-' CDS 1 Mrs J. Ft Miller, of Champion. on August (or an extended visit to Kansas, and oth? er points in the States Crops are looking fine around Cham' on, and the implement de kept busy selling binders these SUBSCRIBED TO TORONTO Toronto, Ang year Blr. Idmilnd Walker expects to a be. inning made on the art muMum o'f 'oronto, is to be constructedv n the Grange pioperty donated by he late Dr Goltliun Smith "and ife Sir Edmund Walker Is ent of the museum, and or funds has resulted in about eing subscribed The ope to raise fry nett Among toe firs! are. !r Edmund Oslei C O Masseyi 5000, Sir'TVilliam JIaokenile 18000, George A Cox f 5000, Sir Henry ellatt ?6000, r W L Forster foOOO, Sir Edmund Valkei ?5000, and E. P. B C., 15000. Exclusive sale 3rd Avenue Proiicrty (2) Jots close in OIT the above Avc. and bringing in over Si00 a nionlli. Price rni a short Lime only, Terms. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsiey Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock lildg. Phone 544 032 ;