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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iiesday, January 25, 1911. THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD r FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY Wire or write us for quotations on car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary Post'Off ice Box, Calgary, Drawer 107 A Splendid New Warehouse T. S. Mackenzie Displays His Unbounded Faith In Lethbridge By Erecting a Mod- ern Building For His Growing Business. Agriculture hi Hie Last -analysis is the foundation of prosperity in any country, and Southern Alberta in par- ticular. Large coal mines and whole- ale houses form no mean. part ot jer.h bridge's growth and industrial progress, but if It were not for the armers of Alberta and the rest of A'esteni Canada, theBe wholesale louses and coal mines would not be in existence. It is only fitting, therefore, that agriculture should, be represent- 350 p.c. Annual Profit For 23 Years is what hundreds of investors in British Columbia real estate have dine pressed brick, with JiBtels, door and window caps and sills, ana or'na-l mentations of Rocky Coulee jjrey etoue. The- front ioors and windows or the main lloor are heavy pjate glast. if. )s Mr, MacKenzie's anticipa- lion thai in tJia course of five years it will be at the heart of the city, and the immediate section will be the city's wholesale district. No matter what other buildings may then be. erected, "The. British Columbia Bulletin of Information" tells about' the op- portunities along the three great transcontinental railways -which are opening up acres-of rich agricultural land and acres of timber, coal and mineral land in Central and Northern Bri- tish. Columbia, now famous as the Fort George country. Thousands of fortunes will be made by those "who get in. before the big rush. Let us send you a free yon ed in the city of JLethbrldge by fine buildings, -which are given over to the fanning implement business. The finest building in of business in the city, if .not in the pro- vince, and a b.uildihg which the. own- er. claims, is -the most expensive build- ing in Alberta given over entirely to the housing of a retail business, is that just completed by T. S. Mackenzie on Second avenue South, in the heart of the Implement and -wholesale ware- house district. The building has. tour floors, contain ing a total of square feet of floor space, every inch which is used by the T. S.; Mackenzie farm 'nn- piemen! business, and it was. planned j and is built so that two more'stbries can be added at any -time' it is de- sired.-.- was one year" ago" last November' that T. S. Mackenzie purchased the busines of Beaver Sons, who were handling the Deering and the McCor- mlck division of the International Har- vester the little wooden build- ing standing immediately to the east of the new building, and the corner of which is just visible in the cut on this page. And, to use Mr.. Macken- zie's own words, the business aud the expense of handling machinery from such a small building increased so rap- idly that -within twelve months he found it absolutely necessary to erect larger b.uilding. A Good Citizen T. S. Mackenzie came to Southern. Alberta arid Lcthbridge years ago as field 'manager lor the.O. AV. Ken- Co.i the firm, which geii- erally started the develop- ment of non-irrigated farming in the Lethbridge district, and which placed his building will always be In keeping with and will always lemuin a prom- inent feature of the district. Tne ground space covered is fifty by one hundred feet. In round num- bers the building contains brick and feel of lumber, prac- tically whole of the -latter being heavy umber. With the exception, o! the pressed brick front, all the bri used were the Lethbridge product a view 'of carrying the two ad mtional stories which, by the way -Mr. Mackenzie expects to be compell ed to add within a verv shore time The offices occupy considerable portion of the- main iloor, and large, airy, well lighted oilices they are, tho ceiling being twelve feet bftfli and all the partitions of frosted glaei. First of ail there is the caltors' waiting room. 'On the one side of the waiting room IB the general business office, and on tho other side the private of- rices. to-the business of- fice is' a double modern fireproof brick vault, with air-chamber. It. IB ventilated, in the usual manner and electric" lighted. On the main floor also is a separate shipping clerk's olttce. The ceilings of the offices are of ornamental pressed painted j in BOtt. harmonizing colors. The re- mainder of the main floor Is given over to display purposes. Automo- biles, buggies, light engines, harvest- ing and other machinery, grinders and so forth are here exhibited. Walls of Concrete The ground lloor or basement has walls of concrete twenty-four inches I ou the saiuu aide of the street as the building, and immediately east of It, arwuer block of 100 feet frontage, which is crowded with im- plements of varioui kinds. Deals in Autos Although automobiles and machin- ery required by than farmers, are curried, the T. S. Mackenzie buoi- ness pertains particularly to rhc farm- lag industry. Steam and gas engines of all kinds are handled, suid also threshing machines and heavy engine gang plows. Last year tho Deerlng division of the International r Co. was handled as well ae John JLfeere goods, but the country IB de veioplng, as Mr.. Mackenzie, says, too last for a man to be his own compet- itor, and BO he will this year handJp exclusively the John Deere line. The John Deere people, by the vciv, are ror tne coming season, in addition ro their world famous plowa and similar goods, putting in a complete line harvesting implements, including mowers, rakes, binders, stackers and nay tools of every description. In addition to Uib fartu. implement business, T. S. Mackenzie'has the sole agency for Southern Alberta from High River Bouth, of the famous Cad- illac automobiles, as well as for the brockville car, the new Canadian nuv cntne. It is T. S. Mackenzie's aim to carry in stock always every solitary thini> a farmer wants, never have to turu VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBRIDGE. THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING IN ALBERTA. SELECT- FASHIONABLE- MODERN DECORATED AND FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE.OF- A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE. SUITES OP APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS. MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE. SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM J20 PER. MO. SUITES ACCOMMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM, DRAWING ROOM, PHJVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE.' SPECIAL HOUSEKEEPING FLATS FOR SCHOOLTEACHERS I f. B. For Ileiervatlons apply at Mansions. Office from FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. 3 to Majestic Theatre W. B. SHERMAN, Mgr. Phone 046 mean a fortune for you. Write to- j more" financially well-fixed farmers .on j land in Southern Alberta than all oth- jer firms combined. After selling the land Natural Resources SccurityrCo.. LUL Paid up Capital Joint Owners and Sole Agents Fort George Town site 523 Bower Bldg., Vancouver, B.C. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., Office next Phone Arcade. to these farmers, ilackenzie I decided thatsit..would lie zoOil sell them the which to farm.. It .is-tloribtless Jiis-j long acquaintance and persona! ship ''with so many of the farmers in !he Lethbridge district, and the re- gard in which, lie. is held "by all those who ever came in business contact with.him, that.such phejiomintU. suc- cess-has attended Air. Mackenzie dur- ing the year that has elapsed since he took over the Beaver business. A Fine Building 'Hie new Mackenzie structure is an imposing and handsome The Second avenue front is of Red- WESTERN HIDE JLVKCO, Highest market prices paid for hidss. furs and junk. We also buy and sell all kinds of second-hand furniture. ladies' and gents' furnishings, jewel- ry and musical instruments. Office and 320 St. Opp, Herald office Phone 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbrldgs, Alta. MARSHALL RAMSEY Product Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce br car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P.- O. Box 2060 MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG. FOR A GOOD MEAL TRY LEADBETTER'S Next door to Eastern Town- ships Bank. CHIPPED POTATOES Also the beat Pies in lown. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat. [sfac'lon guaranteed. Live stoch and Implements a specialty. Smith, 414 Wood St., LetbbrWfe, AJberta. at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, TTood SL, on Mcond Kit fourth ot eich month. Insure yourself against colds arid coughs with a 35 cent bottle of stijH of Tar and Cod Liver Oil This famous preparation is not only a cure, br.t a preventive of throat arid lung troubles. Take it in time. It is the most suc- cessfni Cough Remedy in Canada. bottle 35 cents all dealers. i. L. mi't. SticrkrMke. Qnc. o-o II. RUTHVEN MacDONALD CONCERT PARTY One night January 27th Including the following; well known, artists: H. RUTHVEN MacDONALD Canada's Greatest Bar MISS MILDRED GORDON. Reader (Gold Medalist) MISS BERTHA MAY CRAWFORD Soprano (Soloist Metropolitan Msthodiet Church Toronto.) MRS. H.-RUTHVEN MacDONALD Planlate. Prices -_. Seats on Sale at Box Office possible. The best that can bs done is to refer the reader to tha following pages in this issue for a f.ev.- of the tilings carrie'ii by T. S. Mackenzie. THE ROYAL ROMANCE Mlian, Jan. !M. In (juarte'-s well iti- lormed about the romantic love of the Dufce of Ahnuzi and JOTTINGS FROM MACLEOD Macfeod, Jan. The lines around -Macleod are tied up at present and rre.manyvj passengers held here unable to make their tueir t Mem Id called upon Mr. Mackenzie, the total cost had not been compiled. THE NEW MACKENZIE WAREHOUSE the walls from the ground'to the floor of the top storey are twenty inches thick and the walls of the top storey lourteen inches. At the time, a row days after {.he completion of !ho when the duplex caps and The ground lloor is given over particularly TO the] storage nf the heavier goods such as iniek anr] with four by four cement lootings, and has a nine foot ceiling. Ttiis celling, as is also the ceiling of the main floor, is of mill construction, and thro-.ighnut rhe buiKiing all floors and Ue roof are curried on sterl a man away, and never hare to call on any outside city for anything, no matter what the requirements of that larraer are. To enumerate ail the S things carried would be nexf! to im- j KaUierine E'kins. it is thought not un- likely that the denth of Senator EI- kins may help the young couple. to realize their drenm. King Victor Fm manual, it is said, had all along view- ed the proposed marriage with a fa- eye. John manager of the uiants, says ho wants all the swell- ncaded ball players he can get. Workman Col o the building occupied by the Supply Co., the post latter company have bMU. gir'e up on accoount SIR- cuiiies. H. Ns.sh has Vi (iooickeeper in the of tie .Me-; uaren Lumber Co. here, and left Unioon Bank to take up hu" neir tlon today, jgg, Grabam is hli inc- in the Union iJank. Distributor! for Western Csnads FOLEY BROS., LARSON CC'Y. 1 Winnipeg, Edmonton. Vancouver and i Saskatoon HUT as it was not contracted, but war, plows, plowshares, harrows, erected by Virtue hav- cultivators and so forth. )np the supervision-one is safe in say- Thc (Mrd ,jkc lhp mpin ing that there is not a buildinp in jhoi a t-vvclve foot In -it arfi-j city more substantially or better stomi bnagleC drills and tor there is nothing about any part otftcr ani'des not -0 hcavy as of it that was lighted or alip-shodllj- :nose to which lhe two lowei- floora put together. Mr. Mackenzie himself are given ove, Ths top floor has a' showed the Herald over tho various j rcn focn ceilir and ;s eivcn nver lo tloors. ihe things Special Discount Sale such as binder m1 othr on hmldings HOW TO GET FREE A 50c. BOTTLE OF PSYCHINE (PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN) OF VALUABLE at JEWELRY Stoclv-Taking- Sale V.'o arc in raan- ufactarlnj; jewelry and set- ting diamonds. Have your isTitch properly repaired at Rosehorcmgh's, ROYAL BANK BUILDING REDPATH ST. Mr. Andrews Dr. Morse's Indian Root The -white corpuscles of the the Phagocytes, as they are known the policemen or f tho body. is kind. j the body anywhere hut these white All floors are connected and servct'i get after it. And, if they And it is the tremendous curative We Till undoubtedly boy azd power of these herbs that is reapon- tribute in this maansr ot- Hibie for the unequalled record of this thousands of these 50-ceat Swttlti splendid preparation. Psychlne. l And we Co that to show our entire Think of it. In Psychine we hare a In this preparation that has been in uae a tiotl re strong enough or in Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, writes: I "For many years I have been troubled Trith chronic Constipation. This I mcnt never comes singlc-hsnded, and I i have been a victim to tiic many 'Ilccsses i r i buung euousii or ui with a large electric elevator of four: Uimber3r they devour it. j pounds capacity. Each lncj..re not enough or {n is crp.itjipcrt with a of 50 feet of! numbers, then the invading hose attached to a pipe the of disease penna triumphs and for quirk nf? in case of fire. Through-1 Mscase holds the body. out the hisilding is -wav as lish modern in oreiT! Any prc-aration that that constipation in Us train. toilets, hsat-j rrjCSC vtltc corpuscles or that In- Mcdicinsaftcrmedidael have talcen Ui m? FO rorth' Jf5 Eoncd at tha rrftasw thpir fm order to fmd relief, but one and aii left rear a track ant] hcaUli, but will build up Us me in the same hopeless condition. It I thers is siso a heavily built platform; sn thr.t contagion, seemed that nothing would expel from hravy in'Cttioc are nic iuc ailment ih.it caiiitti so rr.tsch trouble, yet at I read about these Indian Root Pills. That was indeed a lucky day for me, for I was so impressed with Jhc state- ments that I determined to give them a fair trial. They have regulated my stomach and bevels. I am cured of constipation, and I daita they have no equal us a medi- cine." sufficient third of a century. That has cured hundreds of thousands of many kinds of diseases. For which we have received hun- dreds of thousands of unsolicited tcstlmontais. Here are the diseases for the treat- ment of which Piycblne is Indicated: A confidence that hai bwn ou OUT third of a century's with thla splendid preparation with a full kaowledje ol tae hundredi of thousands of cures it has made. La. Grippe BroncJiitifi Wcafe Volco EisMy Carloade of Machinery Herb? have always becis great oura- tlyo agents from immemorial. Inside the building it Ss possible to? _, t store, without crowds, eighty been styled natures own loads or machinery. This, one wouifi; Ckrtain herna more than others are tn Indian sti. with all the ailments "which result from them. They cleanse the -whole system and purify the blood.. Sold everywhere at 25c, a box. 2 be ample room for cres 'noted powers, "r i fcertoa that are most effective in maln- or restoring heaith. do so by I long storage sheds an4 which crowd-i j ed with implements which expofliiie; i to the weather not affect. herbs are Incorporated ia Stre Throat S Anncraia Early THxliae Fctn.-.lc Afftction.1! Ir.dljccstloa Stomtch Poor Night STTtRt? ChiJ> Fevers Obstinate Counts SlccpJesjsiesJs aad Nervous Troubles o{ Pleurisy, Pneuzieaia and La-Grippe. Xov we don't aai you to take our Vord for the tremendously beneficial effect of PsTchine. Pill oat tho coupon belov, mail It to us and we'll give yonr druggist an order (fcr which we pay him the regular retail prirr} for a bottlp of Psychine to be tiveo you free of COUPON No. 54 ihe Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, Lrd. 193-195 Ave., Torcnto r joor ofTer to try ft .Vte r to aejiver jbuf I have n'-t botl'c of mr botUo to ae. Jfy NV.aic Street and My Druggist's Noise This conpom is notpood for sf if tc Jtnitift >rUl then bny tii a JOc. bottle of Psychlne from yoor nna Direct deJlrer it to yon. offer may be withdrawn any lime witbotit notice. conpcm to ;