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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. July s, iwa You can get a "Lot "-for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page JhiVs 150 feet I'ronliig'e lacing street, rail- way track in South Lethbridgo. cash, 3-and 6 months. This biuip will only bo on the market, i'or-a few clays. F. C. Lowes Co. i Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge FOR SALE 7 modern cottage, new, on one and .one-half lots in one of the best locations in the city. a few. days only, 'Terms, cash, balance easj r S fc Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 12U Revenue Producer Farm consisting oL 160 acres 11 miles iroin Xanton; 7-miles from Parkland; -voin now C. townsite; I'mile' from school aAJr al1" roll. This land is level, 'free stone; soil is daik loam. 120-acxes in oats, in fine condition; AT to be summer-fallowed. Tho crop will worth Price Per Acre, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058. Office Macdnnild Building. SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Cross St., (5lh Are. A. ]ST.) close to Kindergarten School. Price 8210 each; One-third cash, balance and 8 months. North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE Snap for Quick Sale 20 acres, part of L. S. D. 12, 30-S-20, 4th, situated only three due east of City, at per acre, on1 very easy terms. Appl> 203 Firmer luilding A. E. M. PAGET Public Accountant Winnipeg, Man. NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B.-C. are government rsporti of "The Nechaco with iU Iftvel ml leys, and rich dcposu, offers Bpecial inducements to farmers. advantages are, many; the land U level, the soil is rich and, to a, grett extent open, the climate is mild; the prin- cipal crops can be grown without trouble. The soil everywhere of the richest quality, tt'is composed of fine deposit soil with clay subsoil. Not only is Hie'Srasa very luxuriant on the prairies, but in the wooded portions, pea vines and vetchos1. of different species grow to such a height that it renders traveling very difficult." Price 115.00 per acre; cath, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Boom 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstiiirs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Room 12, Hull Block, Lettyridjc, Phone Room 207, Haymon'd Phone '6, Money to Loan ipleton Building, Salt Lake City, For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY A SERMON TO ORANGEMEN Rev. T. P. Perry Explain- ed Privileges of Citizen- ship-Tribute to Geo. V. In Wesley Methodist church last night T. P. Perry preached' tlic annual sermon to the Orange of the cily, who attended in large numbers, inarching in a body to th church. ,Mr.- Perry selected for hi text the words from 1M7 Honor sill men, love, the brotherhood, fear God, honor ,the Kinjj." Ue said in part: Some men do not awaken us that which compels us to honor them. The word as inter- preted1 In Iho text- means "value'-' nil men, which puts an altogether differ- ent complexion on the matter. It is the spirit of Jesus. No man who values men. can fon wireless over his brother. How often slavery has found ,ts strength and has iresisted every thing'because there was no standing Tor the slaves as men. Honor lifts man up and makes him a member of the vast family of God. Is there thing nastier than the attitude of the man 'who is always trying to 'rise above his brother by treading upon him? Every fraternal organization has a great opportunity to develop in- fluences for good and he would com- mend the text, "honor to the brethren present. "Honor the King." Let us prize good government andj honor the sovereign by being a good citizen and a patriot. Home did a great''work''In her .day but she waa not mistress. Some men say that King Cieorge is not ;is able a man as his father, but he, tbc or, was able to say one tiling, and that that King George WHS a-Christina.' What p. grand thing It was to know that the people under the British Hag were securely guard- ed from', harm. Touching on .the subject of patriot-! Jeiiij Mr.. Ferry said ihe true patriot i was the m'an who was noble in t service of his. country. With rega to.-the great subject ot" brother-lines the" preacher .said it becomes a migu asset to to -become banded geth'er with gdo'cl men and good men. Where is the man or woma who does not like that spirit of longing .to .brotherllness? 'Tills wor wants -brothering and today the ca crimes to .us to be'a brother lo'oi fellow man. Bui there is one btln 'word.namely "fear God." How ci! we he true through and through? G the religious question settled ar there will-be', no'trouble in the di charge'of your duty towards your fe low man'for "ho man can ever be h Ucst until he settles that nuebtio The musical service was attracth and the .-choir renderln with fine .effect. "The day is past an The male Quartette contribu ed an impressive-number while Jlhyn Jamiesou. rendered' "Jesus Lover My Soul.' REPORTS NEARLY ALL EXCELLENT SERUM TO CURE PNEUMONIA NEW YORK 'PHYSICIAN SAYS..ITS INFECTIOUS AND HE HAS CURE New York, July experi- ments extending over ten -years into the nature and cure of pneumonia, fir. Augustus B. of Jege uf. Physicians and Surgeons, gives .the July number of the Journal'-of Experimental .-Medicine his cautious but definite conclusion that the dis ease conforms .to. the general law of infection and that it'can be -cured by the administranon'of a serum; Prev- ious experiments have brought out many facts of immunity against var- ious .forms of infection, but as Dr. Wads worth says, the' study has over- looked the protective mechanism as a whole, and the results of.earlier work been left in a chaotic staf'e The experiments, -results of. which Jixve now made p.ublic, were carried on and because th Qfhave grrat powers of resistance, clost.0[ to those of man, and rabbiU, are highly ceptlble meumonii infection and their svstemla reaction is more like man's than the i "logs The animals were The poison of n rebiilt th, nnd rabbits weie cured the case of the dogs much credit to their great of resistanisa. but in th-e case of the rabbits, sitnoness both to the disease cure highh emphasized the effects pneumonia, then tiektul with the ser- um, ttith the result that both dogs MR. ECKSTORM'S SPLENDID MOVE ADD.1500-CHICKENS TO FARMIN FOR: When, C. Ejckstorm establishc the Dallas farm he-made it a 'mixed farming1 be the featuro and Ins In the "ventme attracting'more than a little attention Poultrj is one of the main product of farm, and there is no'w o vfrsw there-'6ne of -the finest assort nients of ducks, geese ani turkeys to >be found anywhere country has no been reduced to .the'science it ha reached in .other'places, and instca> of hatching chickens foi the rand: Eckstorm .'is-.-.-bringing 'them Ii hatcheries in S Paul Saturdaj ,morning_ two hundrct fluffy to added to the farm .stock. They onlj foui dajs old, but came through from St. -Paul in excellent condition not a single one being lost on thi Mr-, Eckstorm 'has ordered 160i chickens 'including Plymouth Rocks Wyandottes, Rhode Island.Reds, Bran mas, Cocnins "Tinoicas and Orping ,bns, all of which; will-be shipped ii from the other side the treatment. HOUSE FLY IS GRAVE MENACE GREAT PRICES FOR THE OLD MASTERS THE TAYLOR SALE AT CHRISTIES IS ATTRACTING WIDESPREAD ATTENTION London, July Taylor sale at Christie's continues to realize -extra- ordinary prices. Yesterdays tota was almost half a million dollars. offerings today were mainly old mast ers and some Turner canvasses Knoedler and Agne'w were the prin- cipal buyers. Bronxino's "portrait of a young nan" was bought. by Knofedler for Knoedler also bought other "portrait of a young man" for Agnew paid for Francia's 'Madonna with Child and Saints.' Salviati's portrait of R gentleman brought Knoed'pi mid for'Hans'Memling's "por rait of a young 1 Agnew bought of Turners, imnng the prices for -which' were "The Rig! at r "Llanthony "View of The highest price for a Tin- ier was for "The Grand Can> 1 of Venice." hpugdH the Gait carried biylaws fo spend 00 the hydro power sys- em; for the renewal of the P, Railway franchise, nnd to raise 13.500 for permanent Improvements. Clarence Overboil, aged 25, whose' ome was in" Hamilton, was drowned near Rochester, N. Y., when a row boat struck a Ion and unset. il, Julv fi common is of the est dangers to i of the said Di Jxwifljiiaberge, chiet ot the chic health iodaj 'I am glad lo see -that ar.e waking up to this should be series of in home something like Don't allow files in 'joui house permit them near your food; 'buy foodstuffs are tolbrated. Don t eat when 'flies have had-, access to the tood" "A ctieap and flfnfccious pois bi'.for flies is made follow- ing mgicdienls One pint of one pint of watei, one foi inaldehyd.e. one tablespoon Soak a slice of bread'in it and eAnose it .for the Hies. It will prove deikly. But keep it out of the reach of dren or pet animals" j! "We aie talJn? actne measuies to suppress the exposure of food, esf ially fruits, in front of shops, where they become infected >by dust and dirt. We can sue them under a pro- vincial bylaw. I went to an Assyr ians near my house to some straw berries yesterday. They were expos- ed to view, nnd naturally I refused to the dust. The inspectors are doing their heat to inforce -the pro- vincial bylaw No. GENERAL SURVEY-OF CROP CON- YIELD.IS ANTICIPATED Winnipeg, July corres- pondents covering' all the important grain growing districts in U'cstcrn Canada were yesterday asked to wire cplicK to the following questions 1. 'Is.the.crop suitering from lack I rain? II so what, is likely to be Hie loss from this or any other cause? 2. Js the crop'as far advanced as last year 3. What percentage of'wheat is in shot blade Give general estimate of crop prospects, using one of, .four words, excellent, good, fair, poor. 5. What is thc'condition of the hay crop The replies, on the whole were cx- e.vtremely satisfactory. Nearly fifty per cent, reported crop prospects "ex- while less than five per cent, icpprted or "poor." ie of the districts .-which corres- pondents reported were in need of rain have, since the dispatches were sent, been favored with a good rain- 'all. While a considerable numher of correspondents stated that rain was necessary, few considered that any damage had resulted thus far. .In four or in Alberta, light dam- age was reported from ,grubs. The crop is earlier in most dis- ricts than last year. Sixtjvfive per cent, of the places heard from -report conditions excellent 35 per cent, re- lort prospects good 15 per cent.', rc- lorfc prospects fair. But two districts- report the crop as poor. Thirty-five per .cent, of the dis- ;ricts report 75 to 100 per cent, head' d or out .-thirty-five per cent, report from 50 to 75 per cent, n'shot blade. The balance, report' roni 35 to .50 per cent, in.shot blade The hay crop is about average- The najority of places report it good and air, some few excellent and a few aa poor. Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY KeabEstatc Financial Brokers DOMINION B10CK. PHONE NOS.-1US, 1810, 1007. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK'BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "An Old Established Firm of Good Repute." Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few Lots in Parkdal'e FOli EACIi The G. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE 1UI FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery Farm O. T. LATHROP Stifford Hock Luni WILL C.P.R. BUILD TELEGRAPH OFFICE? Just action the C P R is expected -to take in .regard to tlie 'Stablishment of a down-town ticket md 't-elegroph office is as yet raejely a conjecture., Some time ago- the announced-that .the company "lad under contemplation the erection if .a combined ticket and telegraph, iffice on one of tneir lots .next-the JuM.'blockJ The; Herald has, tieen nable to learn just how authentic his report is, rday morning; lend to. the inforraa- icm that the. project has uot been- bandoneii The Board of Trade will likely take ie matter an early date and ndeavor to have the. company riish IB building aa the need of a down- nvn office is becoming- more and icro apparent. The desire of the'board -to have'au ll-nifeht telegraph service established ere is not likely to meet with an> isponse. from the company, as the olume business after twelve clock, the, present closing hour, does ot warrant tne expense. For Quick Sale Choice half lection, 3 miles from Weyburn line, per acre v i balance arranged on termi. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd; 10 Sherlock 721 D. L. KIM1ALL, LOOK THESE OVER Corner on 5th St South, 93 ft on 5th St, 125 U deep, Snap at cash, balance 1 and 2 years Three lots on lane and cottage, Sth St South and corner of Gth Aienuo This Is a good buy at J casb, balance in thioo years Ihree lots facing north on 7th South, SNAP, ?2100 103 x 125 ft, corner 7th Avenue South, and 12th St. South, cash, balance 6 dnd 12 months I L. S. Ripley Company HICAGO SUFFERS EXTREME HEAT THE "FOURTH" CASUALTY LIST July From statements carefully com oiled the following Is lie casualty list, for Independence Day Dead, 20. By fireworks, by cnn non, I; by firearms, fi; by gunpowder, by toy pistols, 1; by runaway, 1, Injured. R4S. By fireworks, IHfj; by hyjurwarms, by gun- ilatnls. n IS; torpedoes, S3; by, toy hy boatb canes, 7; TJV Chicago, July dead, ore of prostrations, and a number tten'by mad dogs waVthe summary rly this morning in Chicago at the ose of day .thus far this ar. e humidity, registering ovo eighty and a' maximum tem- peiature of degrees'1 resulted in suffering Thousands of people all parts "of the citj'-'slept out of on rcpf tops, and in the parks night. ke steamers were crowded with peo, f1 seeking to escape the great heatf-Y the city; .Crowds at the bath- ins refused to go.home at the usuatlt tor closing and many ic- the shore all night. THE SOO LINE MADE GAINS Inast J MISSIONARY DRCfttbtfD. WHILE SWIMMING lulj Jos Johnson stuck "t minister in charge of Lutheran' .itfssioiis at' Minneiaka, Wlnona county) drowned vester daj afternoon While svimnilng tn White creVk near Wc.urr Johnson attehdel', G..A. College at St. Peter, Minn., anq! had been Assigned to missions' -Ilib vacation this summer. KD 25, years old. Ills home was at Minn., where, s parents 1 sent and his body will FIGURES FOR YEAR ARE OF THE' MOST GRATIFYING CHARACTER Minneapolis, July revenue increased In'nearly every de- partment are reported bv the Soo Line for May compared jvlth the corresponding month of 1111 At the same time operating expenses have ieasH leaving the corapanj, how- ever, with a balance of :to its credit for the month, The: gain for .this year is tho total expenses Including amounting to 95 as compared with for Maj 1911 Trexportation expenses for Mas were as compared Ufa. tor the same month last year Thpse figures do not Include the Chicago division was the old Wisconsin, For that line operating revenue' for-. operating expenses bv and showed an increase' revenue the same month in 1811. ATTACKSj CITY SELLING ICE N. July logic of Mayor George R..Lunn's re- cent statement that' '.'if ico is ..water water is Ice, and therefore -the. city can, tinder its tell has been shattered by an order b> Supreme Court Justice Hodd. The order h glxen in with a t-ispayer's .action for, rbimburwment to the city's treasury o( ?1500 which the city hns' paid out In connection with its entry Into the-Ice iiiialneaB. The amount will .he collected from the rity offlclaln If thfl ac'-fon Is suc- csssfiil. With 1000 customers on Its Hands and many of the city checks outstanding the municipal ice FOR SALE Cheap by Owner Two brick houses on 1 2th standing on 71 ft." by O ft. 1 2 lots in Bow >j Island Four lots in Taber Applj for price ni terns Box 642 Lethbridge department is fn wtijit Ln do. a (jtmndary as to A Money Maker Listing) 7 1-2 lots on 7th Avenue South, on. corner: of street car line. We can recommend this to good investment and can divide if necessary HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Phont S44 ;