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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. August THTE'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property f f tef I m m flljf For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Snap! Snap! Snap! Two lo'ti.on7th Avc: South, in good'loeition, J550 each. Termi eilh, balance 4 8 monthi; Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1Z14 One ol the Finest Business Sites, in Noi'tli Lethbridge Lot close In Westminster Meat Maiket on 13th St, N, Price J1600, 13 cash, balance (i and 1' mcmths This Is the bust buy on the ttreet and we believe the only lot 'sdulh 5th Avenue at; price. 'North Lctlibridge Realty Co. PHONE IM Fire Insurance Money to Loan Lots 16-17, Block 12, each., piic- qiurter cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 ycais. The C. B. Bowman Agency AOADIA SLOCK. PHONK Give ue a trial for thoie harveat men you are needing. .Satilfaction Guaranteed. T. H. Stagg Co. Employment Agency JOHNSON BLK Phone :1327 For ule 160 acros, close to Taber, }25 00 per acre lerms JJ 00 per ACIe cash, ba.laofe crop payments Some Mcelleni buys in Lethbridge property. See us before buy; ing: elsewhere T.H. Employment Agency JOHNSON ItOCK :LETHSRIDGE We Have Just Listed zood bins in both pronertv and farm lands See our "list before'investing. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Phone 7J1 D. L. KIMBALL, Manigtr In 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit from the United, States Into Wester..; Canada, through one port of entrv It is estimated fifteen hundred cars for the same routing for 1912 Think it O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Worth Looking Up! Lots 8 and 4, Block E, corner 7th Avenue and 12 St at 1-4 cash, IJalaiico 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Lund Land Dev t Co., Ltd. P. Lund, President HEAD OFFICE ORANB1100K, B.C. See up about lands in tho Beautiful Kootenay Valley 9A Orchard and Garden Tracts Ml Lands ft Visit Our Exncrimentitl Farms it WABDNER, B. C1., MARV8VILLE, B. C. TEDDY PUTS TAFT ON LORIMER FOOTING Declares President Bene- Corrupt Pol- itical Methods Ilevcre Beach, Aug. In nominations and elections and social and Industrial Justice were the lext of a speech delivered here today Theodore Roosevelt. The Progressive candidate also contrasted his attitude toward the Progressive platform'with that of Governor Wilson toward, the Democratic platiorn! as "expressed in the'hitter's speech of acceptance. Whereas Governor Wilson stated thm the platform is not a program, Colonel Roosevelt declared that the Progressives treated their platform as a, program "and a contract which shall scrupulously fulfil if the people gtv-e us "power." Colonel Roosevelt said in part: "Men and women 61 Massachusetts, and on the platform on which I stand) make the same ap- peal of serious and sober purpose to ihei'women as well as the men. I come to this state wirh Us background of adherence to lofty ideals and ask you in the name of the Massachusetts of the past to place-the Massachusetts of today on the side of those who battle for1 ail-that is highest and best in our national life "In making my speech here in Massachusetts on Pro- gressive party J wish to emphasize fact that we are absolutely clear from affiliation with either of the old parties. That we regard both the old party machines as hopelessly corrupt and and tiiat we appeal to the rank and file of both, the old tieK (Jiiually to stand with us for good citizenship in the spirit of true Americans. Ex-Democrats and ex-Re, alike we hdpe will shaie ;with us the task of building up the Progressive party, and we invite into our ranks" men and 'women entirely 'Without regard to their former polit- ical affiliations, to their creed, to their birthplace, or, the color of skin. 'The fiist essential in securing the right of the. people to rule is to se- cure, the unsparing .condemnation of dishonesty- in nominations and elec- tions. TO.steal a nomination' or to steal an election: is than to steal a for it is a theft of the people rights it Is a of the people as a whole. Every honest-man'; should eet h's face Hko Hint agalns whether It takes ti fonii of swindling' at the polls or bauchlng a legislature, or of the thef of a nominating convention, Two years'-ago tin- fight agains Mr. Lorliner was started by a grea Chicago newspaper, and was contin tied U.v certain private individuals aiu who .then look part in Ihe flght did so a Hint, whui the averag- public man abyiously thought itwouli come'to nothing.. Gradually, and es pecially in the recent contest In the Republican primaries, we hammers it into the heade of. the politicians that the people were against Larimer the very men who hac been Becking to profit by Lorimer'1 upport ,KO they believed h would 'be some even of the hitherto defended him, turned against him. "But, rejneniber that our real concern in smashing one bad man.'who by improper methods had secured his own election to.the Senate, but in smnshinj, the kind'of politics which he symbolized. It "is a thing to win a sehatorship by such methods as Mr..Lorimer employ ed, but pne whit worse than to steal a nominatibn for th'e _ presi bj such melhod ts were em- ployed by the bosses who controlled the Republican convention at Chicago last June. Certain of our New Eng- land senators, I regret to say, took the lead, both in'conducting the cam- paign for the defense of :Miv Lorimer and -putting through the deal of the Republican, nomination at Chicago, Whatever else is to be said against senators, at least their action in these respects n as consistent. When Sena tor-Crane. Senator Aid- rich, Senator Peiirose, Senator Gug- Senator DillingbaiiK their associate to- gether with Senator Bailey, Senator Johnson and their associates on the Democratic -side, -stood by Senator Lorimer and Senatoiv'Lorimer's right to sit in the Senate, they were doing preciseij and Slessrs Peniosc Ciane Gallin- ger "and..their representatives "-did lat- er when thej secured the triumph of Lorimerism in conveiir tion in Chicago nasjno essen: tial difference the Iniquity In the theft ot the jhicago convention.- those vho stood tor both forms of imcjujtj MACLEOD'S FINE NEW HOSPITAL TOWN IS, VERY PROUD MUNICIPAL AN INDUSTRY COMING making exiensne improvements in the irrigation canal iu the vicinity of Ma erathi ami camps on Pot Hole'Greek present a very busy ap- pearance just now, Snpt Aid fan of this duision oC the compiin s is established liere, and has made aiagrati: his headquart- ers. The .-nature of the that is beingidone is the execution of a wider, smooth driveway for antos and other vehicles and the widening straight ening of the canal. The enterprise which the C. P. R. has since taking over tho road is moat pleasing to the'people along ihc ditch, and their plans will necessitate the employing of large sangs-of men ;tnd teams, affording work until the ground freezes up. This may mean Christ- mas, as no one can say jnst in store for Sunny Soiitliern. Alherta. An interesting feature of the is that at a depth fonr, and five feet in the ditch buffalo bones are ploughed up, HE well as peculiar native trinkets of great antiquity. These have prph ably been in.the ground for hundreds of years, as it must have taken a con siriernble lapse of time to cover them over with four or five feat of soil. Returns From North Ifeathorshaw haw' returned from Kdmonion, ainl hrrngs with him a g the near futiire to begin showing three nights a weetinsteadiof two at P'esent Ihe prices will be sub- stantially reduced, and a better grade of films will be slion-n, as they are ting1 on the best circuit in the country. Mr. Godfrey is looking1 for-an unus-j ually successfnl .seasoii this year, and is booking some ot the best companies on ,the road.1 Patrons'oF tlie Electric will see the best thai it is pos- sible io oimm tnis nmter, as well ns high class-moving pictures, roller skat ing and dancing. Godfrey and Coleman are conducting a hall-and they are certainly entitled to the pat- ronage of the public, j Seeding Begins Seeding has commenced, in this dis tnct neas of land aic bcinp piepaied toi fill giim H ib estimal ed the .icie age of fill wheat will eiaflv double that of-last season. oe the first of the big meii to stail dnlHng They will begin on a thousand acie tnct next Tho soil IB In pilme shape for tlie seed, and the' outlook for fall wheat is extiemelj piomising at this time WARNER BUYING BINDERS FREELY TWOk AGENCIES THE SALE OF FORTY-SIX A FEW REPORTS -Warner, Aug.- .M. LoRcy re- ports the sale of.20 McCormlck bin- ders and Morton of 20 Massey- 1-lun'is binders. At that rate with live machinery dealers in Warner about 100 blndeis should go out thU season. Oeo. Conn try in (in reports a fine cror on his place east of Milk Kiver. 13y the way, George was who cut ,42 bushels ofMvheat to: the acre last venr on a piece that was hailed to the ground early In the season. Sim Barrows was the first to haul in some of this year's crop. Bulnian's t'fit threshed for him. the yield was bushels on a ,.100-ncrc field. The quality is good, but not quite up to No. Js thought. C. Lethbridge was In town! on business night and Fridaj. Mrs. A. J. Burnside returned Thurs- day from 'Ferine where she has been visiting her parents. AJcrrithew unloaded a car oi machinery -Thursday that he bad ship-{ ped from Saskatchewan; Margaret McCurdy- stopped off i day on her way from -Champion tc the homestead east of Coutts. She has been visiting her Guj Fleming, Champion. Rev. and .Mrs; A, -W. Swayne am son arrived Friday from a two weeks trip through -B.-. C. air. Hill, formerly -with'' 0. W. Kerr Laud Co., Lethbridge spent the lattei part of the here Ila-ns Olson returned Friday and went out .to his homestead in 3--0. W. L. has more luck than most people. He sunk a "Well. 45 feet this week and struck a good flow ol good water that oomes IS fcef of the surface. Was' it luck or IE the water witch (Mr.' McKenzie) tc be depended upon9 A. J. Burnside spent last week-end Lethbridge. The n in e.v. months old baby of K AT. Pieston that jejiorled impioi ng, took a tin n foi the u orse Pn lny: and died at 9.30; Jas. Pyne. who lias been in -the mining district of Idaho for several returned to Warner on Friday He sajs Alberta looks good to i him. W. B. Snapp, bqtli have purchased-a new 16 x 00 Rum ley separator and will be udepcndent of the rips that are so lard to.get just when a farmer wants o. thresh." Both already owned Hum- ey Oil pull cngmeb Cot plowing, now hey cue prepared to do tho hing Two of the Grady brothers, ence and Leo and their; wives, spent >ety camping out n tlie Sweet. Grass Hills. The official count of the foi J and against the Riiral "Municip which were cast on August 10, was made bj the ictuiu'ng oilicer at noon "todai and tlie lesulr of 21 for .nut A against, organization with 2 ballot? on deputy fail ing to initial same. Third Avenue Business lots, block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH L1NDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION S1.OCK. PHONE NOS. 1113, 1210, The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSURANCE Real Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1412 P. O. DRAWER Hams Olson Agencies C. P. R. Liber Geneial Employment Agency Agents for Oliver Typewriter Steamthip Agtnta Real Ettate Crecton Fruit Lands Can. Railway Accident Jill, Fire and Life ROOMS 2 and 4, BEGIN BLOCK. Lethbridge, SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "L'AND''MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance i Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbndge, 768 Room 307, Templeton Bulldlhg, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta, Phone 5. Special Bargain For 20 days in good business property 4 CORNER REDPATH AND 12th feet on 125 feet on etreet, has good S room fully modern bouse, lented Cor {4500 per month Thfs Is without doubt the best buy m tho city todey. Price Terms balance in 6. n, IS months. L Ferris Ransom NANTON ALBERTA report of conditions In the northern portion of our fail-province. Mr. Heathershnw had purposed puah- ing on to Athabasca Landing, but the impissable condilion of the ioadc made this Jmpossihle. lie made personal- iiifjulriea of reliable pailies aid all were of the opinion thai, tlie great northern hinterland has a wonderful future before it. Mr. Hea KEEP UP WITH 'PHONE BUSINESS SECOND CIRCUIT TO BE STRUNG FROM LETHBRIDGE TO CARDSTON Tralllc over iho phone tojl lines 11 long distance tele- i Southern Alberta increased, enormously during the past year, So great has been the In- crease iliatj the department recently stationed-a. traffic inspector at (his point whose sole duly will be to look lift-tit' the service. Now comes word, on good author- ity, that the long distance LUMBERMAN'S LATEST VENTURE PURCHASES MILL TO BE SET UP NORTH OF NOVEL INNOVATION (Crahbrook HOrald.) A. E. Walls, of Watlabui'g, has re- cently'completed tlie purchase'of the Cranbrook lumber company's mill an: intends re-erecting the mill in th midst of the timber north of Watts burg. He has made provision for the transport; of (lie rough, sawn lumber by niime.'lnstead of by the usual es pensive methods, either by road, rai: or water. The method he is adopting is in ;ise in the United States, some grant, nulling concerns transporting lumber from feel altitude, for a distance of 72 miles In flumes Discussing the latest venture, .Air, Walls said 'SccJnS'that the government which attained power on protective plat form ignores its ,own policy, and re I uses protection Io tlie only unprotect- SEEDING STARTS AT MAGRATH NOW FARMERS PUTTING IN THE FALL THEATRE CHANGE a WOnUUI Mil iitune iininit. ii. mi. .uvi. Iheral'aw was also pleased Io note thcJ Increased this 1 ._ vonr II Io nrniinaorl In oli-im, a phenomenal growlli of the capltnl cliy nnd says tliiit i! ia advancing at a trc mcndona pace. The farmers in the north prosperous, tlie dairy hnsi- ness, which IB so extensively and suc- cessfully carried on I here, putting n whole loi'.of money in circulation. Tho cereal crops far behind the south and Mr. Ileathershaw is hotter sati: led with this part or the province than ever. "It can't lie he said, Change in Theatre Mr. Godfrey, manager of the Klec- rlc Theatre, In an interview with your that lite nmnaco ineiit of this flay house intended hi. year. It Is proposed to string a sec- ond circuit from Lethbridge to Card- ston, through Magrath Raymond, ynd this 'circuit will be for the sole use of the four ollices mentioned, and for through business from the south line's. traffic from jbe smaller towns to the south Is sufficient to gage (he present line. During the year the government has also been extending its toll lines along the COUUH line, Warner has been given service this summer, and b-.ifore the end. of the year Letbbridge will be able to talk over long dis- tance to Coutti, ed. industry ih Cnnadn do its (July its own and will no! ilrongesl sup- porlcrs in Ihc: west, the mill must find some means oT protecting themselves and' of- meetluB the ruin- ous compctjtion or. the. U. S. millH, arc still {Jumping lumber Canadian markets. The method 1 am adopting Is one that hils been fount! very satisfactory In sinlila- districts in the United States, and I feel sure li will prove cinmlly at Wattsbnrg." FORMER BISHOP'S COLLEGE CHANCELLOR DEAD London, Aug. William llcneker, late-chancellor, of Bishop's College, Tycnnpxyille, tjied at IJourue- inoulh, nged..SO years. Jlacleod mil stone in the history of Macieod was reached todaj it hen %fayoi Stedman iind Premier SiCton opened Macltotl's municipal hospital The building is a beautiful one-of dark, red Eamhtone trimmings, tfto stories high, basement full sue, in which is found the steam heating plant, coal bin afld ash pit, and laundry fully equipped, the kitchen with "all modern appliances, matron's and'nurses' quarters and.din: K room and thiec extra for specials The ground fioor has a large hall, wards, parlors Hud sun bath looms The second storey, which reached bj winding stair, lu'b the hneat oneiating loom in the western provinces. All the wards on this floor are laige and airy Balconies on both stories are reached from large .wards, which will be cnjojed by those who liaie theli homes in the building Lin en closets are found on each floor, ant an elevator is.used to carry all'Hoar's articles from the basement' up'. Uava. lories, hot and cold water and fire fightine are on each lloor and Premier Siftoji best equipped and only municipal hos- pital in the province. The buildhig was cinwded (in evening bj the rate- pajers and other who thus sanctioned.'tlie and were loud in their praises of Macieod's new- hospital. Messrs. Cole and Scott of..Vancoii ver, B. C., met the mayor and council this afternoon when an agreement was airbed at n hereby the "-ompnn.v re presented bi these men uill'eiect a large faced bririi, tile and setter pipe plnilt which products will be equal to nny produced in the world. Operations are to Begin at once, and will be employed from the 'start.. They will use electric power and SOF The McDonald hlock is1 now assum- ing shape and will be ready -for ten- ants by Nov. 1st. the Leather block is Hearing completion and is promised Ijy Sept. 15th. Tire Harvey Jewelry 3o. will occupy one of these stores To say that Ihe croira lire good, and being cut. is but telling the truth. So 'ar as cutting has been done to an es. .Imale of over 30 bushels per acre of vhcat is made for the Maclcod dis- trict, with thegiade ten high Threih ers are pieparing for a big season's work Alieadj a few hate rthienhed an9d the wheat has been marketed at No. 1 bard. The mam pipe of the sab company finished todav and a stall, made cm the service, .which will be-iiade__> 'fiom the lanes, thus 'ivoir'ins turning of luwns and gaulcns. two-thuds of the house owncts Signed up tor gni sert'ipc. Only miles of main pipe line lemaina to lx' built, and it is expected the gas be tinned on Sept 1st ELECTION EXPENSES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM! London, Aug 10 return showing the election expenses paid in the Uni ted Kingdom in 1910 has been in the parliamentary papers The' expenses in the January election to tailed J and in the Deceni her elecal her election, BAD FIRE AT BELLEVILLE Bellcnlllc. Aug. d'ld Lwcen and damage tc Peck Wills' sash and door factory am! other buildings. Exclusive sale ;inl At enuc Property 'Two (2) lots close in on Uio abtnc Avr. and bringing in over a month. Price for n lime Terms. HOUSES TO SENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mnlhera Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. ;