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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ;tto LefrbfUge Daily Herald, July 1910> NT STABLE WAS Several choice residences in desiraMe lo- cations, for sale at reasonable prices and on good terms. O _ tV r Six beautiful lots on Westminster JRfc. overloaking Duff each. Three lots in facing east and on; water. each. in Block 147, fforth Ward, 0300 "each. I Three room house in Duff cashliandles. Balance in montMypaynaents. Fire, life and Accident Instance Loans. taken for The Golden West Realty Co, Phone 623. J.B.WilMe Office, Crabb Street. 2 lots. 20 Coutts St.. Duff, facing east Asquith Undsey HEAL ESTATE 307 CRABB STREET LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FARM LOANS FARM LOANS FARM FARM LOANS Argyla Are. cttk; Argyle cash: House, Filter 1 950 Balance to salt. purchasers. TIW ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Paone 1045 Alberta Bile., Ijethbridge Box LOANS'" "FARM THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH RAIN ON TKESLAKD We'own. and offer you a-full section near Kimball. They fcave had plenty of rain here and crops loot good. This land will be sold at a low price and on terms you cannot beat. It "will be sold quicMy. LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead of maMng a loan. There is.no delay. WE BUY LAND FOR CASK. LIST WITH. US. FARM SECURITY COMPANY 1st class hotel for sale. Kecords show over cash per dajr. Price aad terms right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L HMBALL, Mgr. Suite 115 Sherlock Bfi. Phone 417 Small Fire Wsa Quickly The tire department received a yesterday afternoon 631 Crabb street; where a valued at about J73 burned down. The blaze had. a good, start .when .discovered, and fanned by a stiff mod, was enveloped in flames and burning .hotly the department -arrived.. In spite of the low di- rect pressure not being called and: "the fact that only ot hose was used, the blaze! was -quietly extinguished. A little damage was done to a workshop on 'ihe adjoining property and a hen-house. The origin of the was an .ash heap. 'The pro- belongs to G. P; the George M. Hatch land Co. being the agents for FROM WARNER On Taesdy night airs.'-'Pl''. L. Shepherd --raeiribers. of "the Tennis Chib afc her home. The broad Terandah was prettily decorat- .ed with racquets, candles of "various> ;which.cast a soft glow over the mer- ry makers. During the.evening.gam- es were indulged in and .several'. Of the ladies favored; the gathering with well rendered vocal aiid instrument- al nsrabers that .-appre- ciated. About midnight a tasty- lunch 'was-served and the young people -dis- persed after thanking tie "hostess for a "very enjoyable evening.' The, congregation of the .First "Evangelical Church- have Improved the churcb. premises by levelling the- lots. ..A few edifice, which is a credit to ,the would improve.its appear- Miss J. 'Kimiball, teacher of the primary room, left on Thursday even- ing for her home in Edmonton, Away out in 5-10 a -ball team is. practicing ".hard in anticipation tMng a fall out of the Boomerangs, Peter of Enderlin, N. D., has plotted a block of his land east of the railway track into building a number of 'parcels have -.already been sold. H. N. Becker is handling tae Berg addition. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE to loan ori improved city'property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block FRED SIMPSON Will Into Cranbrbok, TToskins has .ibeen. promoted rtiie. position ot Minrh'g .for West Kootenay, -in Net- aid Bowing to "his 'to Jir. jpinkhain, late manager of the Imperial Bank "here, and now of Cal- is Jn the city, .visiting friends and looking after his :iriterects this., 'district: i-, E. Simpson, late "of the -best "known and" most ;.pppular gentlc- nieii in is' i- week leaving for; Kamloopsi where Ihe will residevin. ;engage m wholesale and retail on such acquisition' to r business as Mr. .Siinpson is ai'njobst- ers'. Cranbrook can voucti for that! tjiat city: CranbrookJ is losing loiie 6i her i most respected citizens and lar goverronent officials. ;Mr: ,'-Hos? kins was also clerk and one bi: Gran- bfobk's school trustees, and. in that capacity, his services -be much :320 acres splendid irrigated land for sale cheap. SO lots in North Ward: 1175.00, each. Easy terras. Two 7 roomed cottages to rent, centrally located. THE BELL CASCADEN LAND CO. ROOM 3 MACDONALD BLOCK. GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALBERTA FOR THE HUPWOBILE. Mrs. wife of ftev. T. L. Wilkinson, Alymer, died suddenly. Ingewoll takes over to-day the plant of the Ingersoll Electric Power and Light Co. A recent school census the population of Cleveland at Sam Spior, a -carpenter, at Downs, Man., fell 18 feet from a scaffold, re- ceiving fatal injuries. Fire Insurance Real [state anil Farm Loans City The 1. Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. missed and his removal regretted .by Ms colleagues gen- erally. Cranbrpok is "doing well in sporting circles' at -present, ,as will ne noticed by to-day's celebrations at Nelson and _ Mbyie, in -the.- former .city the leather .hunters giving -a good account of, .defeating -the home team by 1 to while at the latter place tfie ball L team defeated "the Moyie nine 'byilO-to 2- -_. A.. .T- Shorts. District .Me- chanic of the C.P.R. :here, has. I left' for Moose Jaw, to which place he has been promoted to .take-up simi- lar-duties, J: J. Young and party, of Calgary, landed, in the city to-night "from Sp 6- tane. Mi: iToung is interested in .the land along the.K. C. R. route, and has --had his automobile meet .-him here, with the intention of making a personal tour of inspection .the country betweea -i-ere and "Golden. The Kootenay Valley .is attracting much attention now, as a fruit grow- ing and ranching proposition, and Mr. Tuung's Tilsit will doubtless' resist; in more-land' being taken up in .-that 'district. Nor is Mr. VYoung alone in this the Beattie-Baker syndi- cate having, had :numerbus enquiries regarding .the.country in_which they have large holdings, and its pros- pects, and three parties. have been over the. ground lately view to purchase. --that, .the Kootenay Central Railroad is an. established fact maliy eyes are being turned towards 'East- em Kootenay and from all points of view, as a good ranching country i- and, as an ideal residential district a bright future is for it: The public school here, closed for the summer vacation on Wednesday last, and nearly all the teachers have left us for points all over the, coun- try to take their well earned rest- Mr. Proctor, of aiwLMay or Fink have iuatt motor to Canal Plats. ,Tiie 'former gen- tleman is in the lumber but he. is also known to be interested- in 'the future of the Kootenay Valley as a paying investment in farm1 lands Building operations are brisk in Cranbrook at present, the Y.M.O.A. being well on the way, and the Im- perial Bank nearing completion so far as outward signs go. Both of these buildings will add to the tl- ready attractive appearance of out young city. The Queens Hotel is al- so being enlarged, and the company TmtJATP'tynft besides numerous Dwellings which" are in the course of erection throughout- the city. These ars only some of -.tie many proofs cf t-he faith its citizens have in the. future of Cranbrook. Dominfon Day Was Very All Warner- ,July Day -celebration'held here was a, day dawned, and clear, asd'the crowd be- gan to assemble- -early" in .the I various- business places, -were decked in holiday and Un-t ion Jacks were on all-.the streets. The 'prettiest decorations were those -at, Steele's drug store, where flags an.bunting ,were utilized "to good effect "arid The sports ''commenced shortly raf- ter one o'clock be- tween Warner and Raymond. -The .Boomerangs had7 "the strongest.-'line- tip of the season" and-completely out- classed .the who were-in trouble all through. Doc Hughes, of New-.Dayton, umpirca in efficient style. 'The horse 'races were Interesting and well contested, -but the bucking a tame exhibition. Following is a list, of winners, in the different- ev- ents: V forr v .grey; 2.' Misensol's black; 3, Murphy's "chest- nut. .JLadies' "Race Mrs. Humphries' Grey -Mrs. Moore's bay, Pony. chestriui 1; Michaelis, 2; 3. Saddle, Mount and Turn Murphy's, bay, Grey 'Eagle, ridden fey Mrs. Humphries, 2. Bucking Johnson, i; Paul-Moore, 2.. Hundred K. More- land, 1; McKerszie, 2.- :Boys Under Selby, 1; Oli- ver, 2; Selby, 3. Girls Under Murdock, Hunt, 2; Katie'Hulit, 3. Men's Broad Fitzmaurice, 1; O. Berg, 2. W! Selby, who -won the foot race for boys under -the winner in the Free for AIL Moreland, who won first in the Men's 100 Yards, is the champion, runner of of Indiana.- Tie display of fireworks in the ev- ening was very pretty, and the attention .df the .crowd for half aii hour. The dance in the Grady Building was ".voted ..a huge success. The floor was all that1 could jbe wished for, the lighting was good, and the rive-piece orchestra-.provided excel- lent music. A large crowd was. pre.- sertt and everyone, seemed to enjoy tnemselves to the" full. 320. frbm, town, ,160 acres 11-2i 'miles.from crop For particuiars apply-'. CLEAN COAL 1 CLEAN COAL -CPHONE'see House 'on, Crabb ,'St' for'rest; f >Xbt on facing east between.Courtland and London, terms. v "Phone 366 for your coall: McClure Stewart 120 ROUND; PHONE 3 lots on London Road West of Westminster Road. T? JCr. 'STAFFORD -BLOCK! PHONE 297 HOUSE ROBBED IN :_ -DEATH WATCH. Thief 'Enters Home of Italian Bank- er in indianapolis Where Girl -Indianapolis, entered the home of Francesco Past- Italian banker, and stole S30 one .-..in which the 'banker's dead'claTifhter -was on ;'V. .PastaVa is one of the Hnanciers. of: .the --Italian .colony. Somev one that r knew '-the: cash in the hojose-seized the. opportunity for -robbery -when. ,tie girl's ipafents visited the- undertaking establish- ment. "D.. Clarkj the "ioioneer: Wind- sor .newspaper publisher, aged 66, succumbed to neuritis. Residents of Kinrade avenue, Ham- ilton, want tojchange the name of their rstreet-to Westminster. "I WILL BE; HE SAYS. Champ Clark, Speaking .in Toots His Own Horn. New .minority leader 'of the ;to-night in the Second church of the Disciples of, Christ on. "The Unitedv States of America., irr'ithe Twentieth .and .-diverged -from patriot- Ism in general'to "talk, of-politics in particular., believe the democrats the next- house, I will ber the he said. "You know .Mark Twain '.Blessed Is; the man who blows his.; own lest-it be not blown.' presidency.must take its own The Fitteentn Infantry is'en route the manoeuvre camp at Fort Rus- sell, will march-from Col" o-aiio Springs. -fife Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market 1 h eac situated north of the track MM ny. anu ungaiiuii A New Seven-roomed Modern House to Rent Splendid Buys in House and Inside Property The Lethbridge-Weytmrn Realty Co., Limited Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Olitrtkutlrl Altncy tor RumWy Cockthutt ind Froit A w) Lln.s ftrm ItnvKnwnU. LPANt AND INtURANCE ;