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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 3. 6 and 9 block20 St., Duff, facing REAL ESTATE r 307 CRABB STREET Asquith Lindsey LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTAi TWO HSTORIES FARM LOANS. FARM .LOANS Modern house, Argyle Are.--! Cottage, Argyle cash; House, Fisher cash; Balance to suit purchasers. 1 ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Puone 1045 Alberta Box 254 FARM LOANS FARM 3) 2 Seattle, Juiy is Seattle's latest fish After a terrific strug- gle, lasting seven "gigantic j shark, 36'feet long-.and estimated; to weigh more than pounds ..was .'.captured -by the combined -crews of "theriirie in his hand. While .walking about holding his prize, the was twisted it .formed, a half his7 leg." All at bnce.the which weighed close to .fifteen pounds, gave a lurch, ship channel' The youth was carried overboard and, the iish was at a lively.. steam- er Eva and Chinese, werit to the res- With a .pikejpole'. they managed to RYAN PICKS .NEW CASH KINGS Names J. P.'. Morgan Jr. and Others as Coming Money Dynasty York, July For- tune Ryan, sailing today on the Maure- tania for Europe; denied the report that, nervous collapse had forced to go abroad: The multimillionaire traction magnate took occasion -before he sailed to make a forecast f THE LAND PAYS ITSELF have several larse tracts en bloc and smaller pieces all for sale on our famous-easy terms at a price as low or lower elsewhere. DON'T FORGET THAT A'FARM ON QUR located as to market school, etc., is much cheaper and. better than .a stead., "We have that is better than a straight loan and delay. LIST WITH US. FARM COMPANY IslTclass hotel for sale. Eecords. show over cash per day. Price and terms fishing -boats. Goopdpartner and and. they drew the- j finailcial'-future and gave his opinion Pidneer. I..L, Between j and Port .Crescent on- Sjcaday. .The monster .is believed. to he the' largest fish ever, caught in these waters.1 The Goodpartner' and the-. Pioneer IX, much ibattered and 'battle-stained, half of the _crews 'nursing-more or less serious .wounds, towed the mammoth carcase intr; Elliott Bay morning.' AND FIRE INSURANCE LOOK f 5 roomed cottage, Argyle Ave Good terms c o roomed cottage, Barnes St, cash, balance per month. J S 2 5 roomed cottages, Torrance Ave, each. casli, baL easy. L S. RIPLEY CO. RFAL INSURANCE AND LOAN BROKERS TEL 1034 OPEN EVENINGS BLK. ipy and carp .back :to-.the ship. lad -was .completely submerged ;_' shaking himself he took the fish; and; picketed it to a piling. WHEAT .CENTJRE NEWS. after working all "Nonbreaking :is ,be- GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L KIMBALL, Suite 115 Sherltck Bid. Phone 417 320 acres splendid irrigated land for sale cheap. 50 lots in North .Ward: each. Easy terms. Two 7 roomed cottages -to rent, centrally located. THE BELL CASCADED LAND CO. ROOM 3 MACDONALD BLOCK. A GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALBERTA FOR THE HUPMOBILE. One result :of -the .shark's ,capture- Is. that the crew, of the Goodpartner .will never do any more.Sunday fish- ing. his five _ men were :-work. early, last ing done any pla'ce "around, too .Sunday morning pulling up their big; dry and..no. sign of rain salmon net They not .pulled ;of it the leviathan made Its presence known by thumping._the -bottom .of ithe Good- partner with its tail. A -minute later "hit 'the "i to .the coming kings of finance who will succeed the present dynasty. 1 "I- firmly. he said; "that such J. Pierpont Morgan Jr. and Henry P. .Davison of the firm of J. Pierpont Morgan Co.: Otto H. .Kahn and Mortimer'L. Schiff of-Kuhn, Loeb Co.; John B. Dennis, of Blair Co.; George F. Baker 'the First National Bank, and James Still-, man Jr. of the National. City hank- may he relied upon to take care of the Stuoth- returned from great'banking and financial interests lie-at the .foundation of -Ameri- can business. I look upon .these as the ablest men. of time .id. any of the great financial centres. Another J. P. Morgan "There are many persons who are Mr.- -Harry. Chapman, left 'Friday- morning to visit at; Sweet Valley for a few-days': "The fish caught in the Big Bow are very few, tout, of course, ev- eryone that goes'reports that the larg- est fish got away. it appeared alongside "and -nit -the V-A good "game" of ibaseball was play- Goqdpartner amidships. on'-Friday, the 24th. at Sweet Valley. The shark had entangled its front, between the regular team and the fins and its head in; the stout meshes j scrubs. Mr. John Miller umpired of the net Before "it could tear it-f the game with satisfaction, to., every- self free three of t were'wound around, it ...Again-and again it would.rear its Wg hulk, out of the water and. smash Several choice residences irl desirable lo cations, for sale at reasonable and on good terms. v Six beautiful lots .on Westminster Ed.? overlooking Duff 'each. Three lots in Block T-facing east and OD Tvater. each. T .7. Two lots in Block 147, Ward, each. Three room house in Duff cash "handles. Balance in monthly payments, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Loans. taken for The Golden West dealt} Co. B.King Phone 623. J. B. Wilkic Office, Crabb Street. one. The Round boys were -the "bat- tery for Sweet Valley, while Gallager and Whitting were for the .scrubs. The Regulars won by a "score of 9 I to 8. played. The soft drinks which the. Sweet in the sides of the-cabin. jto S. The game was full of errors, Olaf Larson, the youngest member j-hut was a considering it of the crew, had his arm broken, and was the first game the regulars-have Captain Drogieh was cut in the head and chest iiy living glass -'belly .was cut into after 15 minutes work with'an axe, 'bones were found which indicate that it is a man-eater. The 'bones from their size and weight were- pronounced to toe human. A- much chewed up and battered kodak camera was also found. Carp Pulls Him Off Pier Portland, Ore., July May, 14 years old, had a narrow escape fromibelngdrowned by alighting carp which he had succeeded in landing at the-Stark street slip. -'After'pulling the.fish ashore, young May tied a.line to its dorsal fin, and dropped it 'back into the .water. The other'end of asking -who is. to 'be the successor- of Valley store now supplies were "near- ly exhausted by the thirsty players and .the fair rooters after, the ball game last Friday. The crops of this district and many "ailiire this of rain. About all of the grain is sprouted and up, :but that will soon be dried up If heavy rains do not immediately come. other districts will foe a year on account of lack REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block Many homesteaders are-getting the on account of the dry weather, and lack of rain, as it to get work on the" farms. The'prairie fires.'have :destroyed very large areas this summer around this district, hut so fire has come closer than three miles., John and Roy., Mott ;are, kept hnsy these days hauling-supplies to their store at Wheat. Centre, They Mr.-.Morgan. ,In -my opinion -there wnij3e_iione. There has been, only one; Mo'rganj and ..there cannot Jbe a seconoL- Fortunately' there seems to he no reason to become alarmed on this point for years to ccme. As for men. to whom the interests of New York and, t2ie country must look ;in time of panic or peril in, .the .next generation, no occasion to go the younger, men now in .sight. I have perfect in, them." Mr. Ryaiijthen .was persuaded to talk of his'personal affairs. Free -From Tyranny of Detaii "Concerning' the. report that'I am on the verge of collapse from nervous he said, "I may say that have not ha4 to consult my doctor for, four and a half months and I sleep like a 'baby. I like my new life since [I. threw-.off the tyranny of details. While r keep myself busy, yet I do not .permit things, either big or little, to worry me." -Mr. Ryan will -return about the mid- dle of October and .will spend consider- able time at his Virginia hohme. SNAP IN IRRIGATED LAJVD 160 acres of {the irrigated land on the ditch and only 3 miles from the city of Lethbndge. This adjoins land which sold for an acre just recently. Our price sale, 00 per acre, on easy terms.; Apply F. L. WHITNEY COMPANY LEADING REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL BROKERS OFFICE 414 ROUND PHONE 1013 VED F ABMiS- SALE acres. mile from-: town, W acre, 'with crop. 160 acres 1 miles1 from town, and machinery. For particulars .'apply j- COWLEY, ALBERTA RAILWAY STRIKE WILL SETTLE SOON. -.Montreal, July was anounced this morning ,by members of the com- mittee, which is negotiating with the CLEAN COAL CLEAN CLEAN COAL PHONE 366 FOR CLEAN COAL House on Crabb St for.-renL 'Ashmead st' east between CourtJand and'London, terms, v. Phone 366 for-your-coaL The McClure Stevfaii Agenty -V. 120 ROUND ST. PHONE Sfi. 3 lots on London Road West of Westminster Hoad! terms.- ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 haul their supplies from Brooks, a dis- tance of about thirty miles, which is l'men's across the Big Bow River. YOUNG GIRL DEAD FROM SELF- OPERATION. Pacific Railway on the train question, that favorable .'progress was being made in negotia- jtions 'between the company and the men's representative committee. It is expected that a settlement will be reached shorly. Miss Jessie Bryant school teacher, Camrose Board or Trade is asking the council there for a grant of Prince Albert; Jas. F. Bryant> Uwyer, Regina, and J. L. Bryant, Moose Jaw, are reported to he heirs to a fortune in Tesas. for publicity purposes. -Dr. Lewis, ex-M. P. for Albert, N. Fire Insurance Toronto. July Ressirr 22 years old, was removed to the Gen- eral Hospital from her home. She J) .died there to-day of septic poisoning. Before her death she told Dr. Hay- ward, house surgeon, that her trou- ible was -brought on by her own effort DROUGHT IN OTTAWA VALLEY BROKEN AT LAST. Raal Estate City and Farm loans The K. Macbeth Agency jtfdcure abortion by.the use of a catheter An inquest will ibe held. Sir William Meredith was appoint- ed sole commissioner to report upon workmen's compensation -in Ontario. It is reported that the Baby farm property, Toronto, purchased as a site for the new barracks, has been sold by the Militia Department. Railway representatives say their roads lose money on sleeping and par- f car operation. Winnipeg City Council Is preparing to welcome Sir Wilfrid Laurier when he visits that city. Ottawa, July several weeks duration, the drought, which prom- ised to destroy the hay, fruit and veg- etable crops of the Ottawa district, was broken last night -by a heavy electric storm, accompanied -by a heavy rain. Some slight damage was done by the wind, .but the rain was ibeneficial and has greatly improved the crop prospects in the Ottawa val- ley. on water works and sewerage systems for River, resulted in 65 for, 43 again. As a two-thirds vote was re- quired the .bylaw was defeated by a narrow margin, but there are pros- pects of the question being re-sub- mitted. A New SeveiHroomed Modern House to Rent Splendid Buys in House and Inside Property Si, Alberta and I f r i ga t i on Co Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on .the market 17% IO eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Limited Jr HOIM5 JULlo An A One Door South BuLmond HeteJ OlUrltutlni (.r R.mwy Englnta, Cock.hutt.nd Wo od Lin.. F.rm UANM. LOANS AND INSURANCE ;