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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 'January .1C, THE LETHBKIDGK DAILY IIEKALD The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as much as you. like. You will fail to find anything that everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT. Come in and talk it over. F. C. L C fftprcientlng: North Life Co., London and AceMcirt Ofe, Phoenix Anuranca Ltd., of London. -OFFICES Calgary, Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, High Rlvtr, Nanton, AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lots west side Block 128, close to 'Courtland St. ?420 each. Easy terms. 6 west sido Block 129 running eouth from lace; only each; i-3 cash; 4 and 8 mas. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phono 1191 ott Block SUB-DIVIDING THE COUNTIES OF MONTANA Sweet Grass, Jan. is announc ANNUAL REPORT The January number, of the Railway and Marine World which Is a iwne ofiufonnation on Canadian railway and marine the 3 lots in Blk. 150 on water and light', 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months. For on Westminster Road, 14 x 44, per month. NORTH LETffiJRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER'ROAD. .PHONE 538 We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains in section tracts THE 0. W, KERR GO. 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager PREPARING FOR .TREMENDOUS IMMIGRATION Atlantic .Steamship Com- panies Putting More Ves-. sels in Service London, Jan. the year promises to make-history in. the accord with the idea. 'Temporary of-j tors for the current year matter ol steamship traffic between E, B. Greenshields, Montreal othi-r i England and Canada is'indicated hy- directors, Hon. H. H. A. Lnv the-announcement that another White ett1.j'-W..McConnen, N. -Mout 1 star Jiner. th? Teutonic, will-be used.- the cold weather a repre-. J. D. B. Adams J. exclusively [or the Canadian passage. I gathering was not Coek'lmrn, C. Winnicer. Therefore- at no distant the j r r> -Alberta Railway Irrigation Co.- present trend is lollowed, as TheTeports for the year ended June playing 30 show a total revenue from Tail-' Canadian" ports ways, "colliery, canals, profits oil as .are now employed on the run ed that a. meeting of the citizens of following items of local interest: bwect Urass to be called soon tor the -purpose of organizing a coinmer- A spur hne DI afaout a mile has by the clal club. At tbe meeting held vVed- nesday evening at the Uncle Sam !heen iocated aud: ls beinS hotel, called to discuss county divis- ion, the matter was brought up, and all. present seemed to -be heartilv in from the C.P.R. Crow's Nest Pass, line to these collieries. Following are the ofTicers and .lirec- FIRE INSURANCE Protect your homes and Insure with strong, reliable See agents L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. ncers for the new organization, were chosen, and at the coming session'per- manent-om'cers will be elected. cause of sentative and no definite-action as to the poli- cies 'which the club would pursue were determined. The immediate pur- pose of ihe club, however, will be to further the county division scheme. Since the visit of the Swe'et Grass, delegation to which' of After deducting vent to arrange the preliminaries of [interest.-on prior lien, and u per cerA. county division with similar delega-j debenture stock, there was a surplus sales, after providing for York and other ports of' to the FOR RENT 4 V We have for rent a beautiful modern cottage at 269 Bruntorr street, one of the most beautiful places in the city, at the low rent of only per month. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. v Johnson Block 323 FIFTH STREET United Apart from direct general ..traffic with- Canada, which "-is growing by [tions from'Shelby'and "Kevin, no or-joi from, which a dividend of IcaPs and. bounds, emigrants will re- '5 per cent, op .the share capital was !ceive more attention in the coming absorb ing leaving >'car than has been in the past. On i ganized effort to further the division of Teton into three counties has been JJ j taken. A great variety of opinion on to he carried forward" to the" the Canadian side also big strides will currently tar's accounts. The gross made. in. this direction, and many ;tiift'railway were improved facilities for landing pa'ssen- agairist. For the previous. Bel's and.cargoes the ports oi Hali- the proposed move is prevalent. In tne proposed northern county the lo- cation of the county seat is one of the points at issue. -At-present Shelby and Cut Bank are the acknowledged 10 Lots 1-2 block from Westminster Ed. and 1-2 block from Queen Victoria Park, each. 1-2 casli, balance in 4 and 8 months, at 8 per cent. W. R. Dobbin 310 7th St. South The Waddington- Stuckey Co. Beg to announce have that they Di solved Partnership in HAY. GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business will be carried on under the firm name of R. S Son, And by strict attention to business hope to be favored with the patronage given tho old firm. Snaps in Good Lots each-3 lots facing south, blk. 124. nothing around there less than each-3 lots Bom- facing -north. '1-3, 6and 12-mog; per cent.- each-2 lots bk. 126 each-3 lots blk. 121 facing east on William: St: each, 2 lots, .'Cutbill, close to London. A snap. each, 3 .lots, Glyn street, near Courtland. 61200, 30 ft. 'Cut- hill-street. Ein- est building site in city. 3 lots, Cut- hill: close in. The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Avc. and 7th St. A. M. Dowstey. J. E. Mulhern AGENTS FOR c Pioneer Fire-Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. Alliance Firs Insurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. Townsitcs as and'Montreal will be made: In this connection, too, it is an- nounced that the Allan line has en- wiil 'be- located .'hive, been suggested, j were acres, and -realized jtcrcd into. arrangements with a large The name of St. .Marys seems to-be "average price being S44. 03 an i shipbuilding company. lor two mam- year. .The coal sales were rivals for this honor. Various name's: of tons over for the which Sweet previous year. The land sales the H. MACBETH AGENCY 1 INSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK FOR QAI F I VMV facing east on Ernest St, for much in favor here, while reports from Cut -Bank indicate that Piegan acre for irrigated lands and an-'moln steamships oi the fastest type acre for non-irrigated .lands. There Details .regarding dimensions aiid would be. .the ideal cognomen for the 'was .also sold, acres, m which sPeed, however, arc at present lack- young county. -Some of the residents the company 'tias' an interest witli the in5- In to this prospective think that the. more rational plan. would be to divide Teton into. :.two counties at 'present and subdivide later, if desired. The county's repre- sentatives in the Montana legislature are said not to be opposed to county .C.P.R., the company's profit beins fleet. .the company has addition or equal to: an acre. The Acquired another vessel by purchase, was the Statendam, .of from! the the Holland-America line AMERICANS LEARN OF SUNNY ALBERTA A correspondent returning- from a trip: through the central western States says he met many people profit Erom sale oi lown lots the estimated, profit the sales being but oaly pro rear steamships, which will receive. anoth- fit received during t'tie" year from J er uame ?he.n under the. Allan fiag. fan'ds" free-irom. the j The :Belfasf Karhor-Board has de- 400, is included' in 'the1 Vevenue tnat 8clfast's: new graving dock count. The amount in reserve in be 'formally- 'opened the first nection with land 1weck. ?f March- This mammoth dock, and in connection with C.P.R. lands', j wbich has taken six years to com- S10S.340. On June 30. the coir.panv ;Plete- at.a cost of three-quarters of a had acres, remaining .uasold, Pounds sterling, will provide in addition to some town lots in Leth accommodation for vessels almost one iridge, Raymond, Milk River, New j thousand feet long and one hundred jfeet abeam. It is fitting that the pij j first occupant of the new dock will be were anxious to hear about- the. ad- i sources, exclusive of land sales, [or j the gigantic Olympic. vantages which Alberta offers to peo-'Oct, 1910, against j Various obstacles have delayed com pie who want to help themselves. He-for Oct. 1909. Cumulative net nrofits jPIetion of the dock, the 1 ast diflicul- Dayton and Chin. Approximate net profits from told them of the good land which will; for "four months ended Oct. 31, 1910, produce big crops, cheap and on Approximate railway re- terms, up-to-date railways, telephones, jceipts for Nov. ifll.fl, "asainst educational system, and explained for Nov. 1905. Uanadian o-nr? Calgary Street Railway Gross earnings for Oct. laws, and the satisfactory manner in which th'ey are administer- ed. In that part of the country was hefcl at very high figures.'being iexpcnscs' 510.SoS.77; net earnings, trom ?300 to and these j for Nov., ex- prices, are for poor land, close to Pcns'esr SlO.17fl.5S net earnings. JP- markets. The telephone serrtce is very ex- pensive on account of two or more GS8.43. Aggregate gross earnings for 11 months N'ov. 30, 7S7 R8 expanses, maintenance f .companies operating in tin; same ler-'and structures, maintenance j rltory, the subscribers having to equipment. Sn.015.0fif, t.ransporta- port ail oi them in order to set satis- tinn na rrpunrn! t7 snn tc. port all oi them in order to set satis- factory service. tion, general, interest and sinking fund, S29.S7 This corresponaent states that peo- 5 pcr Cfnt ple are not as skeptical about S9 npt ofit 55} 73fi 3G greatness of Alberta as they were a j lew years ago. On a trln made at that I time samples of Alh'ena grain and auierent kind ot root crops were tak- en along so as to have the real proof NEW MICHEL of what Alberta would produce, but many were skeptical about the sara- pies "being raised in Alberta., and has quit the pool room} thought the samples might have been jbubiness New Michel, B. C., Jan. Taylor and Chris Maurer returned on Sunday afied a two days' trip to Lethbridge. ty being a dispute .between individual contractors. BEES STORE MUCH HONEY Ripley Transfer Co, Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 535. Opposite Methodist Church. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Diamond City Insurance. Loans T. N. Notary Public, WESTERN AND HIDE CO, Highest market prices paJd for hides, furs and junk. We buy and sell all kinds of second-hand fursitnre, ladies' and gents' furnishiags, jewel- ry ar.d musieal instruments. Office and Warehouse 32t Crabb Opp. Herald Phor.c 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbrldgc, Alta. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sal- Isfaction guaranteed. Live stock tnd iraplements a specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. GraTo.s' Salft Earn, Wood SL, on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. FORTY FIVE MILLION MORE FOR PENSIONS raised in the best part of Iowa, as tnere had been good crops there that year. j This skepticism has entirely dis- appeared, and while many do not be- Ilftve all they hear about Alberta's greatness, they do not believe that all who -speak in favor of it arc liars. J Many Inquiries were made about Al- Derta land, crops, etc.. by people who Intend to come here aiid investigate. [A number oC young ladies inquired as to what their chances would be to get a homestead, and as to the home- stead laws. In that respect it was explained to them tiat they could take a homestead In Alberta, but that the government thought best that a oacneior should go with each quarter section taSen by a single woman. ;Tnis explanation seemed pcrfectiy satls'actory to them, and the conse- Washington. Jan. the pass- qnencc is a age of the Sully general pension bill Dlg on soon for h_ by the house was added stcads and to the expenditure on account or pen- sions. Speaker Cannon personally took the floor and vigorously urged the passage of the measure which Alberta home- BOURAS3A IS FEELING FINE Montreal. .Tan. Bourassa arrived in the city last night appar- grants pensions ranging from 515 in the best of health, and des- 135 to veterans who are years oldipite minors contrary was acclaimed or more and who served 00 days j by Nationalist sympathizers at the sta in the Civil or 60 war with Mexico days in the i tier.. lie promised a vigorous in tho legislature. Wm. MacCmslcy was fined and costs for being drunk and disorderly by.Magistrate Rums. Grant Xickerson was also fined ?30 and costs or three months for the same offence and assault on Satur- day. Insects Took Possession of. Eaves of House, and Farmer'at Season's End Removed 1..0CO Pounds Westboro, Mo., Jan.' took possession last summer of the farm- house of Benjamin B. Hurst near here and probably would have driven out the family had not cold weather come on ilursl lives near the. Tarkio river and in hollow trees in the timber the stream there have'always been numerous swarms. A swarm camp to the Hurst farmhouse, and through n. small hole under the eaves entered i the spice between the studding. Then j ctery day for two weeks swarms' of bees arrived and tool: up their quar- ters and besan to make honey. When cool weather came the boards were off the west side o[ the! iiouse and pounds of honey was! removed. Enough was loft to carry; the bees through the winter. an Railway rrigation Co. th Are offering lor sale cheapest lots on the market 7C 1 1 YD each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Vancouver will start a fund to aug- Charles O'Keefe thrown from ment by firemen j his horse at Vernon B.- and died7 for pension purposes. with a fractured skull. REMARRY TO SATISFY MOTHER.! Indiana Couple Go Through Second Ceremony After Elopement Cclumhils, Ind., Jnn. 16. Because Mrs. George Robertson of her insisted daughter. 'Miss Mildred, sixteen years old. was] Tint it tmc One of the worst blizzards of the season was experienced here on Sun- day afternoon, and was stiil Monday night. Manv of tiic Michel Socialist Iega] ]t ws solemnized attended a bijr convention on of the state" tlic cmiplc re" at Fernie 'mamed oy the Rev. A. H. Pitkin, of All business is suspended owing About wo the severe storm. Trains are held the two' whose parcnts {lre four miles east of Michel. FEAR FUEL FAMINE wealthy society If-adcrs. eloped to Cin- cinnati and were The par- onis of the girl objected to the union and on the couple's return the girl's IN PRINCE ALBERT jrr.oThcr refused to receive them. They finally decided to remarry in an ef- Priace Albert. Jan. thermometer around 45 below tho of Princo Albert is finding difficulty MASSEY HARRIS CO. the j fort to reconcile her to the union. City i !n getting fuel to fight tho cold. Dci'.l- ers rer-ort tiMir the scarcity of wood is due to tho C. N. R. One concern INCREASES ITS STOCK Ottawa, Jan. Canada has many orders on hand for snu.U i Gazette contains r.otioc that supple- and is endeavoring to fill i mentary letters patent have been is- thesc by having wood hauled by to itcd increasing the capital stock of The city rouiicil is with the C. R. officials if some- thing cnnnot bo to "rush forward isome the Massey-Harris Company Limited, from twelve to fifien million This increase provides for the issue af thirty thousand now shares1 oraautomobiles In Five Models Positively the best proposition on the Canadian market to-day Phone 467 for Particulars and Literature GARAGE A Fully Equipped Garage and Supply House will be opened in Lethbridge about January 20th ;