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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurfiilay, .Jamiiiry THE LET11B1VIDGB DAILY -HERALD rage The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as much ns you like. You will fail to find anything that everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT. Come in and talk it over. i o ri L Lowes lo. fttprticntlng: North American Lift Co., London and Accident Phoenix Assurance Ltd., of London. Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, High River, Nanton, Modern houses, all sixes and iir all local- ities; easy cash payments; long terms'. .Sec us before buying O L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. DRY YEARS DON'T COME IN CYCLES AT LESS.THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lots west side Block 12S, close to Courtland St each.' Easy terms. C lots, west side Block 129 running south from lane; only J365 each; 1-3 cash; 4 and 8 mos. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block Records in Montana Show Wet Years Follow Dry-Board of Trade Monthly Meeting Discusses Many JSIattcrs- Whoksale Houses Tiie January meeting of the full LJoard of Trade, held in St. Augus- tm's hall last night, a very tame airair. There was very little regular rtusmess to he transacted, and an ad- journment came very near being made within half an hour from the opening, but under the heading of ne-.v business, some desultory discus- sion on several matters came about, dragging the meeting out until half past nine. The only communication received was one from T. W. Clarke, secre- of wholesale bouses opening up in The City Grant K. Ximmons remarked chat he Ban- Jn the Herald that the Board had writ- ten the City Council asking for a grant, of for this year. Had any reply been received yet. President Nourse said the letter was only sent a day or two ago, and nad not, he' thought, yet been taken up by the City Council. While on this however, he took occasion to remark that'at the last meeting of the executive council, feeling the 7u A A, u Board had confining its exploits tary ot the Overseas Club. He asked .f Shack'on two lots, Ifiven St.. city water inside, onty terms; lots are worth more. NOKTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 536 V that the letter be read at a board i tion work perhaps too much to the v States, it was felt that perhans meeting, outlined the objects tne Uiub. and invited members of fee I m ?e stTld be dir" board to join the club and to attend j hto ItEastern Canada an1 the smoker in tne Caledonian Hallj next Tuesaay night. I he letter i received and filed. iiobcrt Nimmbns followed, spealdrv.- enthusiastically of conditions as the: were in the district east of the which he had recently visited. Ir. spite of- the dry season of 1910, j people, most of them experienced i Tanners from the Dakotas, were not! the least bit dissatisfied or disco'ur- aged, nor any means, ?.nd were looking forward to a banner sev j son. Alter some diatussion introduced by E. Hysiop, relative to spur track tzic'Iitics in the 'Wholesale section 3t tne west-end of the city, the meetiitK adjourned. Trtose present were: President C U. K. Nourse, F. Downer, R. Sage, A. Hayr, H.. J. Gocde, -R. E. MacAr tftur, A. C. Price, C. R. Carlson, A. H. .ucKeown, E. A. Cunningharn, J. Bav.'dcn, ii.-A. 'McKillop, G.'Bes'n, A Karton-lJanhihg, A. M. Dov.'sley, Ingram, B. Hagel, H. M. Whiddington C. C. Pagniielo, W. J. Lloyd, E. Hys lop, L. L: Asqulth, D. King. R. Nim- raons, A. Tilley; J. M. Aitken, C. S. Far row, J. A. R. Rome, W. R. Seatle, T. .McEachefn, H. J. Clarke, A. V. Uibbons and John Taylor. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE v SHERLOCK We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains in section tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager The president reported that he, W. A. Buchanan, and A. Hamilton had held a and drafted a mem- orial, which had been forwarded tc the Royal Commission on TechnicaF Education, embodying the motion re suggested thar, placed, at the rortncoming exhibition at Glasgow. U tnat were done, however, considerable mere monej' tnan tfr.e five thousand dollars' asked from city would be required. Change of Policy J. W. Bawden asked if it was not garciing the need of a school of mints; relt that this year's endeavors should and an agricultural college ia this dis- trict, which was passed at the last 'meeting of the Board. Nominating Committee not be directed towards securing more wnolesafe houses and manufacturing industries than towards the securing of more settlers. Thd country is, J. W. A. said- setting fairly well filled up, a large number of towns ara in exist ence In the-district, providing a field ror manufacturers. Presiendt Nourse said that as re- sards wholesale houses, he thorough- ly agreed with Mr. Bawden, but with manufacturers, different Cal A. Tilie'y, Fred W. Downer and A. II. .McKeown were appointed a nominit- committee to nominate officers to be elected at the annual meeting nsxt weeic. ;0ff to Great Falls. Secretary .Mc.Nichol reported Snaps in Good Lots each-3 lots Bom- pas, facing north. 1-3, 6 and 12 nios. 6 per cent. each'-2 lots bk. 126 S650'.chcli-3' lots blk. east on -.William St. each, 2 lots, Oiifcbill, close to London. A snap. 8950 each. 3 lots, Glyn street, near Courtland. 30 ft. Cut- bill street. Fin- est building site in city. S950, 3 lots, Cut- bill: close in. 2 lots. Block 22, Ashmcad St.. fac- ing east S370 en. must act quick. The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Avc. snd 7th St. A. M..DowsI-y. J. B. Mulhern AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Cc. Pacific Coast Firs Ins. Co. Alliance Fire Insurance Co. Grand Trunk P.i. Townsitcs twenty-five people had already prom- ised to take in the Board of Trades excursion to Great Falls, and had paid -n ror Modern 9 roomed House and Five Lots 125 ft. x 125 ft, in the midst of the Only Terms given. BLAMES WINE AND WOMEN Former Prominent Young Torontoian Arrested on Forgery Charge Chicago, Jan. A. Sad- ler, alias Salter, a practicing attorney of Toronto, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'John J. Sadler, are said to be prominent, was arrested on a charge of grand larceny yesterday and will be turned ovcr'to'tne police auth- orities of .St..-Paul, Minn., today. He is the man who early last month became ill with "pneumonia at 'the gary was a large city, but hotel ana was sent to the, ers, starting out with the best of aus- tv where tbere was a pices, did not amount to much, and no scene beLTveen his parents 'and his affinity, a- handsome, mysterious wo- man, who claimed to be his wife. Sad- ler now bemoans his-fate and.attrib- utes it all f.o "women and b'ooze." Lieut. O'Maliey of the detective bu- reau 'directed. Sadler's arrest on the strengtn of a telegram from John J. O'Caanor. chief of the St. Paul po- lice, whose authority was an informa- tion o.ut by L. H. Ickler, cash- ier ol.' the American National bank of that 'oity, which claims to havo lost 5100 "through cashing a worthless draft' for Sadler. Arrest cd Hs" Callsd for Mail Detectives Ellsworth and McGinnis, city H icn, and Assistant Manager Mc- Caffrfy of a national-detective agency tne monthly mcoimgs of the full board you car. show advantageous rates Sa. Her he could not understand trom the IiincUson hour to the evcniPF! ray no attention to you. _ 3 frcst% but the Pinkerton asencv was to enable matters to ce more fully; orldge now has those advantageous i gave, OUL that he also "operated" in aiscassecl. He would, therefore, like rreight rates. Minneapolis. Toronto. New York, and to hear the members-express their, A H Hoi Ark. At the latter place ror their tickets. He had a list of j industry could have started out w. twenty more who would probably po. apparently a brighter future than our Sixty-seven is the number of tickets! own woollen mills. He pointed out tnat will have to be taUca according- tnat a large number of new wuolesaie to the agreement with the houses had started .up this year in era, and .Manager P. L. Xaismith, of' J-ethbridge, and a number of existing Hie A. K. I., has to know definitely by Saturday next if the excursion is to take place. He also reported thr.t ones had enlarged their business and premises. Jn addition to this, there was not a single large farm implc- thc council had decided not to he-id ment manufacturing company that tJie annual banquet of the board OT nas not already opened or is about to the same day as the annual meetini. open general agencies for Southern Al and an effort was being nude to have berta here, and nil that in spite of the premier Siiton present at former lact that was more or less of an an air. "mere seemed to ho no other busi- off year. Freight Rates ness and the only alternative ?eeired are the main consideration of whole- to be to adjourn. A. H. McKcown.i sale bouses when considering locating the T. N. 5. CO Real Estate aifd Fir.ancia) Brokers, Agente Diamond rtf5 Townshe. Insurance, Loana 1 N. Chrisiit, Notary PuMjc, 310 7th St. South The Waddinglon- Stuckey Co. Bcs to announce that they have D1 solved Partnership in the HAY. GRAIN AND HLACKSMITIl BUSINESS. The business will be carried on under the firm name of K. Stiu-Ucy Son, And by strict attention to business hope to be favored with the patronage given the oiti finis. tbo report of the executire t opinionsmere freely on Batters can-! that nowjhe r< Organized a defunct hotel, but nas over Calgary in the matter o a successful 'conclusion, he ad- rreiglit rates, both in tne lower rateimitt'xl- It: ia .charged by the. same rrom the East, and in the closer prox- 'hat" Sadler took advantage o! council. Permanent Quarters K. M. Whiddngion suggested that trie Bonrd secure permanent quarters. non" in which to hold its meetings, a place' wnere maps and Eoforth could be tliH- In Straihcona the Board !ipd unity o.r tiie larger field for .M.icArUiur suggested that r; tatile. sl'.owln? tho comparative rates a place of this nature that would sear; Octweon Io from his. roembersL-ip in "the Delta Chi fra- ten lity to meet men of financial stand- I !is parents carac to :mmrd- on bcins informed of his ill- They paid his hill a.t the Black- sixty or seventy members No ore i anil to and from Lcth' ja tor.c, and. it is believed, helped in- saw fit to say -es or -0 i- and bcforc the mvst.criona affinity to icrvve tne s'igccstfon a11 houses likely to establisi. hc.v unknown. Thc pr.r-i President Xourse remarked the evening meetings did .jot appear to be so well attended as the noon cncons l.h.e ationdance nad ranched high as 55. but no such number ever hecn present at an rr.eci mg personally he 'r.vnrod thoi luncheons, he had voted or. the nato plan at the time, out of cnte to the of members w'tc razored riie cvenins meetings. The man hnd moved thc motion Se-t.-l- ing lo a change from noon TO cvenSiis. lie noticeil, had never attended m evening meeting. Perhaps il'.c meet- ing, he concluded, r.iiplit lo cuss Ihc agnip. M. -T. sitokc of bad- ges bring provided in rho nts took charge of his trunks, ami; said he looked for ,-.d him removed to a private hospital of wholesale hjuses thlsj- js soon as his condition would per-j Had Just Mother Horre i His mother v.-as with him when hej was turned out. of thc hospital a? fully j recovered, ar.rt be hnd just p.ut heri on a home-bound Ir.iin when he rc-j paired to the hotel and was p.rrozied. j Q AT IT Furnished House and seven facing east on William St for Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on ike market year. AS most of them knew, tiie mon- ey marKcr lir.d been somewhat tight fince spying, and it is ns hard for wholesale firms lo obtain money whcr it is tight, as it is Tor the farr.-.rr or rr.orcliant. oonsen'.icnUy hoTJses branching out fiirthoj had been obliged to postpone doin; so. lie looked forward to A Prosperous Season mi? year. In spile of {he fact th s Tho fni! wr.s a fajlnre last 'hcrrj is a nirJinct increase in tho- rcagc- of sown of 3nt: ;v. v: bclore. a' this lime cf year, it bcoii in such good cc ,ndi- Uiwng up the receiver. She pursued ns it i? at present. Sonic r-f to room. nml- according to a This affinity accompanied Sadler on j jn. trip to A5nsk3. ori the home trip; j of! with him at Spokane, Seal-' I file and St. Paul. Then he eluded hcrlj f! to Chicago. She. however. I ir, Uoon learned {ho trail. She was ai ac-lguest at the New Southern one night; res when she phoned hin! at. t'no Black-j AI rhc sound of her voice he eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry, and irrigation Co. A 320 Relinquished In the best .part of Northern Montana at a low figitre' ought to he worthy'.your consider- ation. I have a few choice ones for sale. A v i few have to. sell. I pick up these few. secured a bargain deal in a large tract of cut- over land'in-the Flatheacl Valley, some of the land is balance stump land. I bought it of thc Milling Company and will give you a real bargain in a ten acre tract.or larger tract of this choice farm and fruit land. Close to thc Main line of thc Great Northern, and crossed by the proposed line, through the Flatheacl valley, running Northward. Write me for free booklet and any spe- cial'information yon may wish. I will tell you the truth whether you buy or not. C. L JOHNSON DiinKirk, Montana. mess Chance Great FnKs excursion, thcjriad tiie impression that dry rears lsjory he ;old last night, she otary sairf he was cornc in cycles, and that bccanr.f ia3trxras to leave on his p ribbon? nriatcil. vrnr Tmi -A rirv thic: in v i her SlOO. she reappears year was a drv this vear "dry also. Ke "re'sently bnri town council has agreed (o submit a local option by- ___ ______ _ I law. fnarlcs McMulien, an engine Hon. Nelson Monteitb. so-ne ribhon? nrinteil. About New Railroads K. t. askod if nny '.orrastlon hnd been received regard-j records as take ing the advent of any new railroads! Montana. th witliln Ihc rex? very similar to here. In The i'rpEident nothing dofinit in rip unnlly i paying Bui. she reappeared when ne- learned of his j 01 esasainin? thirty irVivi! to .tho. hospital, and was j at :3avre sittir'S heside the bed when bis par-; ronari-M r" ,.'I ents arrived and ousted her. ir, heavens, I don't know -what in thirtvi it hori _ h wasled the prisoner. tcen it's tho story of the gay injured in a collision near SL smith, K. C.. and F. K. Thompson ir, December, is dead. He had -Muchell. arc applicants a crushed and lock-jaw jCflat' county .court clerkship in Perth; enter :ho city over the C. P. I{ deatb j county. i ujgh level bridge years at Havre, there had Finest Wholesale ami Retail Ice Cream and Confectionery Business with Up-to-'datc Restaurant in connection, in the city. You had better sec us about- Medicine Hat j buys. THE EXCHANGE Phone 507 5114th Avc. (Diifferin) rore, for a sploiHlirf year, ,v a C0n- chance. large increase 'in U number wouey." ydney. C. B.. Towboat; There is a revival of the story that ,100 damages from the J the Frontier Electric Railway of Xexr rench trawler Beluga, j York State, desires to connect .-rith nil they want is the which ran into and sunk their tugboat !th. N, St. C. and T. to rwch roronta ;