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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, February Page 3 to the Sherlock Building Ground floor, on Glyn Street W. DOBBIN SEIZED FOR CONSUMPTION Now York, Feb. S. Inspect- ors this afternoon seixed 300 cans of liquid eggs from cold storage ware- house. The contents of the cans re- presented eggs. In their lltjuld form they are sold to bakers for use In cake making. The seizure was made in the course of au examination ot produce In the ware house. Sam- ples analyzed were found to be unlit for the inspectors de- BIG SNOW STORM IN WESTERN ONTARIO Toronto, Feb. heaviest snow fy.ll Toronto has experienced this sea- son, and indeed for several years, set in last night and still continues. The street railway had been keeping the tracks clear, and managed" to prevent '.serious delays. All railway trains from the West are behind. The storm is extending through Western and Southwestern Ontario. EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO CLEAR CHERRY Cherry, 111., Feb. MINE three days of incessant labor, only four hun- dred feet of the many miles of sub- terranean passages of the St. Paul RECIPROCITY SOUGHT TO EXTEND TRADE Kingston, Jamaica, Feb. a din- ner given to the Royal Commission the Governor .said the recent discussion had emphasized the fact that the geo Has a Cement Fac- tory, Saw Mill and a Brick Plant Bialnnore has bright prospects ns a town, for it has several industries from which tho combined pay roll will uo much to build up the town. There has been a big increase in Blairmoro business during the past few months, its exports are coal, brick, lime, cement, timber and lumber. While the Imports include farm pro- ducts, beef and other meats, vege- tables and general merchandise. Mint props are shipped from here to the 3lalrmore Brick The Blairmore brickyard employs about twenty men, and has an output of aboiA brick per day. Theyj manufacture a high grade of dry press next year to the station and yards. One merchant reporte'd his business is now five times it was last year. But on an average general business iu three times that of last year. The Blairmore Board of Trade was organized last summer with the follow- ing of i leers: H. E. Lyon, president; V. E, Hinds, secretary, and A. B. Haiues as treasurer. Ulalrmore lias a population of ed brick made from shale. This'brk-k jwkh Bcven general .stores. There are will stand degrees of heat, so would prove a safety if adjoining I three hotels. There is no policeman TELEGRAPHIC .The; Shamrocks of Montreal ed Canadians last night. The rate of discount of the Bank of remained unchanged at 3j? per cent, today. The Rev. James Bracken, pastor of Ferguson Ave. Baptist Church, Ham- ilton, Ont., has received a call to Ponoka, Alberta, Mrs. Ascniith will launch the first Australian torpedo boat destroyer next Wednesday. Tne Agricultural Association 'at Regina today decided 'to advertise for a new manager for the summer fair and Dominion fair at a salary of twenty-four hundred. a year. Alfred L. Burst, a graduate of Vic- toria College, very popular, standing high in all branches of study, has building {'aught fH'e. This brick is shipped to Fernie, Lundbrcck and oth er points. The Western Canadian Collieries mine are opened and it is problemat-1 graphical situation and the condition of the Canadian market did not altei preference. -Mr. Paterson said that Canada's intention was not to offend by the reciprocity proposal, but merely to make a peaceful effort tc extend Canadian trade. He hoped that good results would ensue from the commissioners' inquiries. leal when the 1G7 bodies can be brought to the surface. Every effort Is being made to clear a runway from the main shaft to the air pit. This object may be accomplished by to- night and then a search for the bod- ies can be made and the corpses dis- covered yesterday can be removed. Now two-storey Seven Roomed House on London Road, near Coutts St., cash. Mortgage Balance in three annual payments with interest. A BARGAIN. Fire Insurance 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 prairie mines, and two carloads of jown and operate several mines in The timber went to Pincher to be used for Pass. At Blairmore they have eighty a large hay barn. Thus trade grows men now at work, and have room for between the prairies and "The Pass." many more if they could get the cars Considerable building has been done at Blairmore during 1909, and for a time the payroll of the carpenters to- talled about per month. At Blairmore the valley widens out and there is a fine level townsite, while there is a gradual slope up the surrounding mountains. This must be a delightful place in summer. The council has put in two bridges and have done some road grading. so as to keep the men busy and fill their orders. They now ship about 200 tons per day. This company also have mines at Bellevue and Lille. When coke ovens are erected at Blair- more this will give employment to many more men. The Blairmore mine has several seams of high grade bi- tuminous coal and a new steel tipple is to be erected, thus greatly increasing the output of the mine. Money to Loan THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BUILDNG REDPATH ST. TELEPHONE 1325 MMMMMMM4 M W. J. LLOYD C. H. DBVINE Farm Lands V Farm Loans Fire Insurance "t" stationed at Blairmore, but there are two K.N.W.M.P. at Frank and two more at Colernan. There is no doctor and no hospital at Blairmore, but these needs are also supplied by the neighboring towns. However there is a real estate office many lots have been sold this sum- mer at an increased value. The Blairmore Enterprise and Frank Vindicator are under the management of the Foothills Printing and Publish- ing'Co. Ltd., whose head-office Is at Coleman. John Angus MacDonald, one of the candidates at the last pro- vincial election ably fills the editorial chair, and It is a newsy paper with bright local Items. The Blairmore Times was sold out some time ago but- just recently the plant of the Frank paper was purchased by the Foothills syndicate, and moved to Blairmore, where it will be used by Mr. MacDonald Alberta Telephone System There is one exchange for the whole telephone system in The Pass district. It is at Biairmore in cnarge of Miss Sunstrum, and the subscribers have nothing but praise for the service, which is so good that one gentleman remarked that after ringing he had to take the reciver off quickly to hear the operator's QUICK response of "Num- been, appointed Rhodes Scholar atOx- At a well attended meeting in thcjford bv Uie University of Toronto, town hall toniRht the citizens'of ROS-! A hcavy fall of SI10W occurred here them by an open vote decided hut the temperature mains quite moderate. start a local option campaign and i re- ask the council to submit a bylaw to the people on December 12th next. Traffic earning of the C.P.R. for the period ending Jan. 31, increased Frank Cassidy, one ol the best j MO over tin-, same period last year, known of young curlers'and a famous skip of Winnipeg, who has won many prizes at the roaring game, has de-! cided to take up his residence in Van- couver and will for that city in March. Fire at Wetaskiwin on Tuesday des- troyed several small buihlinp-s to the total amount of about loss. J. E. M. Wright, curate ti. Aich- deacon Ingles, at St. Mark's Church. Parkdale, has accepted a call to Leth- i bridge. The province of British Columbia's revenue for timber licenses January amounted to The conv'-'tion oi' -.I-? Workers or America Indianapolis, adjourned yesterday. ?t. Louis was chosen for next convention. The Rev. G. Campbell Morgan; j-as-. tor of Westminster congregational chapel, Buckingham Gate, London, has declined to accept a call to the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. New York. He considers the work at Westminster too important for him to withdraw. The London papers declare that it is a matter of history that the Kins was opposed to the Lords' rejectioa ol the budget. 4M 20 LOTS In Alexander Addition, well located. Price IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Southard Block Phone 1353 Lethbridge MMMM 4 4 Nine Roomed House in Duff Addition. Well built. Has furnace and verandah. cash; balance per month, 0 Illinois-Alberta Realty 4 4 LIL.LE, ALBERTA A Mining Town High Up Among The Mountains Electric lights are oeing installed and About a mile or Blairmore and between that place and Coleman is the saw mill W'ned by Hon. Peter MacLar- en, an Ontario senator. About 35 men- are employed at tiie mill in the busy- season and a hundred in the logging camps in the winter in the extensive timber limits near Blairmore. Gchooi has two teachers and an attendance of about 85 pupils in standards 1. to IV. They have erected a fine IThere is no library bllt a building with a furnace. The schoo! trustees are: H. E. Lyon, Capt. Beebe and Thos. Frayer. The Presbyterians and Baptists have church buildings at Blairmore, while power furnished by the Cement Co. Arrangements have -jeen made with a Calgary company for water from York Creek, one mile west of Blair- j more, where there is an abundant sup- ply of water a much larger town. By putting in a dam across the creek up on the mountain, any desired grav- ity pressure can be got. 4 A Cement Factory The Cement Co. recently started to make cement. plant and installed up-to-date machin- ery. They have shale, limestone and clay within 100 yards of the works, with water quite convenient. They are also only a short distance from the Western Canadian Collieries. The rail- way is close by so shipping is easy. With the increasing demand for ce- ment for the buildings of Southern Al- berta this business should develop rap- the Roman Catholics hold service in the old school. Blairmore has two law otfices but no doctor. The Union bank have a branrh here. The staff at the C.P.R. News from Pincher L. S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Elk. 4MMM M M M M M M M M 4 M t FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY Ranch acres, all fenced, fair buildings, plenty running water, for a short time ?7.50 per acre, good terms. 320 acres, unimproved, 1 1-2 miles from good market, per acre, reasonable terms. 5 acres adjoining townsite of a growing new town, suitable for raising poultry, garden truck, etc., at a bargain. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Open from 7-9 evenings idly and thus bring still more growth depot is double what it was last year. to Blairmore. The C.P.R. contemplates improvements Pincher Creek, Feb. week M. Collins sold to Norman Bell of Summcrview Joe Heppner's pure bred stallion, which weighs 1800 Ibs. The animal, which is four years old, was raised by George Lane of High River. The Summers Stock Co. made a splendid impression on the audience at the opera house last night in their production of "The Lion and the Mouse." The attendance was not very large. "The Great Divide is billed for tonight. There is good sleighing in town and country now. The seniors of Lethbridge are due to play a league match here on Fri- day night. The orchestra ball takes place in the opera house the same night, and the cojnmifitee extend a welcome to any of the hoys from your city to participate in the enjoy- ment of the dance. Thos. H. Scott has had a new office! built on his premises toward Uie! front of the same, which is much j more convenient to his patrons than1, the former one at the rear of the block. MM M4M444444 4 4 4 4 LOOK 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 First A sound business investment, class store -with 5 living rooms over store, renting for per month. Price Cash, to handle, This property is paying-good interest on 'invested. See us about it. The G 01 West t 4 4 Phone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block Box 1892 MM M M MM'MM M A New Town With a Record HERE IT IS. CAN YOU BEAT IT 4 4 4 Realty Co. Co-Op, Block Crabb Street i 444 M M M 4 4441 M 4 4 4 V 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MMMMMMM M M M M M M M M4 4 Two Good Lots beside Athletic Grounds for sale at each, with terms. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge 4 4 4- 4 4 4' Box 254 Hh. MMMM44MM M 4 4 t- 4 4 4 -t- 4 4 Is Just What You Are Looking ONE OF THE BEST SECTIONS IN three miles from Tabcr. 200 ready for crop in spring. All can be steam plowed. Xo stone. Plenty of good water and two coal mines right nt corner of land. The terms are the easiest. Price per acre. per acre cash, and the balance one-half crop pay- ments with interest at r> per cent. Apply CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Bow Island has six stores, four imple- ment warehouses, three lumber yards, three restaurants and hoarding houses, the Hotel Myrtle, two liveries, two butchers, two real estate offices, two blacksmiths, two contract- ors, one sash and door factory, Bank of North America, flour and feed store, tailor shop, harness shop, barber, pool hall, public hall, school house and church. Si: l 4 4 4 4 4 FOR SALE 4 RESIDENCE LOTS on London Road; Balance 6 and 12 months. each. cash. 4 4 STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 ALBERT E. IVES, M 4-4 44 44- 44 4 44444444-4444444 4444444 4 FOR SALE 5 acre lots suitable for market garden's, etc. 1 mile south Agricul- tural Grounds. We are owners of this land, therefore guarantee price to be much lower than any other the same distance from this city. See us for prices and terms. F. L. WHITNEY COMPANY Lending Real Estate and Financial Brokers 414 Round St. p. Q. Box 377 4 I 4 4 4 4 4' 4 4 M M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 BARGAINS IX XORTII WARD PROPERTY One double lot in business section Westminster One double lot and house in business section, Westminster Rd. 2 double lots on James St. facing east....................S625 ea. 'Seventy-fix e per cent of the settlers in in the recent big land rush at; Lethbridge will settle tributary to Bow Island, Lots are now selling at from to each, and are going fast t 4 A FARM ON PRACTICALLY YOUR OWN TERMS Our to actual farmers on easy terms. Yon don't need much money, if you have form equipment. Don't rent when the saint; expense would makr yon ownor. Inspect our have quarters, hnlf-secfions and sections. If ours don't and yon have a piece in mind on which terras are too stiff for you, let. us buy it and soli to you on your own terms. FARM SECURITY COMPANY Lands Whitney Block Lethbridge We Buy Lands for Cash On all of above TERMS .....1-3 cash; balance 3 and 6 months J. L EAKIN CO. 307 CRABB ST. OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 -V WRITE OR WIRE NEEDHAM BAKER BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles cast, of Lei bin-id