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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, July THE LETHIHIIDGK DAILY HEBALI) You can get a Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page .Buys- L50 1'cct frontage facing sired rail- way track in youth Lctlibridgc. out.li, 3 and 6 months. This MI ftp will only bo on the for a few days. COLEMAN BOYS OWN FARMS F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk, Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY FOR SALE 7 roomed fnliy modern cottage, new, on one and one-haU'lots- in one of the best locutions in tho clb Price for a few dajs onll, J4500 TeftnB, ?SOO lash, balance easy Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited f 1214 SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2''lots on Cross St., (5tli Ave. A. If.) close to Ivimlergarlen School. Prico S'210 eacli; Outs-third cash, balance 4 and 8 months. Lethbridge Co. PHONE 136 Snap for Quick Sale 20 acies, part L S D. 12, NE 1-4 30-8-20, 4th, situated only three miles due east of J150 00 per acre, on lery easy A. E. M. PAGET Public" Accountant 203 Firmer Building Winnipeg, Mm. NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN; SPOT OF, B. C, Here' are-, the government reports of Ncchaco with its level valleys, and iich deposit, offers special inducements to_faimeiB Its advantages are the land is level, the boil Is'rich and to a great extent open, the climate is mild, the pim- cipal crops can be grown without trouble "The soil the richest qiiahtv U ib composed of Cine deposit soil with subsoil Not only( is the giass luxuriant on the prairies, but m the pea vinos and vetches of different species grow to a height that it renders traveling difficult" Price per acre; cash, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., For Quick Sale Choice half section, 3 miles from Weyburn line, per ten. balance arranged on easy terms. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock 731 D. L. KIMBALL, Manager FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery 0. T. LATHROP Miners Hope to Retire to Fruit is Growing Rapidly Colcnmii. June ers am being notified, that a meeting w-ill be huld in the.council .chamber on I'riday when nominations, will he rcn-'ived for a School -trimcc to take the place ot F. 0. Graham, whose resignation at tlie time ot.llio painting contract Kc-antial1 was- gener- ally, rcgteUeij. Several aspiraius are in the field. Graham, 'financial secretary o the Colcnian local of the has returned from'a visit to hi ranch'ill Makinson's Landing on-th shores of Arr'ow Lakes, H. C. Mi Graham has a tract of frui land that lie is improving, hu cleared two acres this year. H 2t old bearing trccsi o Ills orcliard that he says will brin; tiin fame in the .competitions at -th forthcuming fruit fairs. Mr. Orahan .peaks highly of the. Arrow Lake dis trict, and thai all Ih C'oleman miners who bought lam there arc fast" improvfng their hold ings. Particularly he mentioned .Ie and Ham hunters tlie black diamonds in ihe hi who now thcmschct. Pomologists. The brothers' have a 20 acre plot, and already have 10 acres cleared and planted: w'ith three-year old apple mam of which art j bearing Mr 'Graham himself is ni advocate of the "hack to the soil' a Mom .mil he that ali the .ue luippi, prosperous (yi( healthv, and all in a few jcars 1 e able 10 stick their feet through their fiont windows. Sam Hall has cleared eleven .acres Block Firms of nifc 15-auo plot, and in a few monlhb apples as big a: pumpkins and pumpkins as big a coal .ears. t'luis Adshead clcaicd -acres of ha: tieeb planted, main of arc groaning ber-eatlt the weight of tthc fiiijt j leld HP is thinning oiit tho goods and expects to be a in- net at ihe and Apple-Shows. 'leild; Pugh has 17 arrcs, o which are cleared and planted He :il so has manv tluee-i eai old vtrces paring fruit uorth uhile It is life, added V.r Gra- ham, there is of hard hi the onset, but m a few a can secure a competence for himself huch asMic could hope to do digging m the bowels oi the earth for coiil. Loicnian's new picture palace, is about completed, ami in a fcv- will- be open lo the public Colcnian will then two picture running night 1) Fiflv-two scholars of the Catholic church Sundaj school wcie grcatlv disappointed at -Old Sol's fractions mood 'I he and their jiarcntfa and hook- ed for a picnic at Local's ranch The picnic has been postponed until Mon- day next, the 15th. 'I wo matches in ihe t'rows Nest Ubcrt.a) Pass league will be placed tomorrow, ..Burmis .arid7 Lille fight nt and Rurnifs are strong HillcrcsL the liomc team nrcets and one of the keenpbt games 111 tho beiies will he .witnessed. lie protracted wet spclPsecnib .it jits enl, and as .AMIto panamas, parasols and boating cosam.es arc in order again. The arrival of Koolenav bcrrien'arc a welcome relief to the junk shipped in from across the border. Lettuce is quoted at 30 cents a pound. There is not :i vacant house, in Cole-: man. Many recent arrivals are living in tents A jounp man was hauled up before A. MArrisnn, IV at Coleman on thp 5th m.it, on A charge of rx- ploiling firecrackers in a public place on the earning of (lie Hh ihp man was, others, celebrating the day that .England got'irid erica, hut it itol> meet with the approval of the man in blue 'and the cadi. The offender pleaded guilty and mulcted in fines and costs of fl.50. Many citizens aro wondciing win tlie Chink? on the oc- casion of Chinese! New Year were al- low fri lo krrp up a continual bom- bardment for three awhile jouth June a stigma of disfiiace ,it- taclicri to hint for a picayunish nf- icnce. F. C. Jennings, late principal of the Colcnian public school, left last werk end to take up the position of prin- cipal of the Westminster school a I.eihhndgc Great icgut IK express at his lie..wax a mos capable man. Mi (aml Mrs of Cole man, the victors in the rccen waltzing compctKfon at l-rank, lolm Hvpen, who is held on tin charge of shooting the little Decostcr gul at her father's home on the nigh of up for hear- ing on remand ty-fcwo witnessesJtayc been subpoened the weekly gun club shoot 1'crt Sapnta broke out of f possible'25; Others in orderwere W II tMurr 21, J A Joseph 19, w L Uiidgeford 16, and Carl Sapula 13 INVITED HIM TO CO OUT DOORS Rev. Ell o d Wasn't Standing forlfnputations On His Veracity Atlantic Cih, Julj well-oiled "steam i oiler" ran oier an insurgent movement in part) last night at a meeting of the Nation- al committee of that partj, prelimin- ary to the National contention, which meets here on and at the climax of a spirited session, a minis of the gosnel challenged as to bus (ness integrity, united a leading in- surgent to "come out tloots" Trouble started the moment Char ies R Jones, chaiiman of the National committee, called the meeting to or tier Insurgents' 'who made no secret of then intentions to oust Mr Jones fiom the partj leadership, at once taised the pomEtbf no quotum 'It developed" there --was following seveial jiouis of 'mano-au 1'ies, a finally declar c_ elected bj Chairman During the heat of the debate; when' ,he committee had before motions to -well -as sub' stitutes and .fmeifdnfehTs, it was ie 01 ted that Connmttecman George Hayens, liacl icd that'the Rav Hotfert A Ellwood, pastor of the" Board Church of (tiantle City, statement regai Haieii's stat- Alr Stewart, of TlUnois, and otlier eaders objected ioUakins action on uch ij. statement, and declaring Jh -lien's place 4 4 "We have onlv this mart's w ord hat he had a telephone COQVCI sa- said Mr Stew ait Does the gentleman doubt mj imlisnanil) ..demanded !i% Ellw'cori, to his feet "Yfs, I Mr Stewart re- ilied the minister.retorted, "como and we'll settle "'it." While friends intervened and lanatious Chairman Jones ut a motion deciding llaiens' place Ticant, and it was carried.., >.W. G. aldeiwocd, of Minn present eciGtar; oi the is the in uigcnt candidate for the lead rship POOR WAY TO HELPJHE CITY MAY EXCLUDE PRESS FROM, BOARD OF TRADE EXECUTIVE MEETINGS Certain recent criticisms of the Board of Trade in, tho local' press may lead to some drastic measures on the part of that public body. Since the lather stormy meeting or lant Thursday evening a rumor has 'freen gaining strength 'to the effect .that the press is to" be excluded in iuture from -the, council meetings of the Board. Seen morning, SccieUtrj' Manwaring did hot evade the question put to him regarding the ac- Ion of the executive of the Hoard and said that it had been mooted In fact he went so far as to say that the question would be brought before the at Us next meeting on if has been able to gather'is true there will stormy session Hhout any doubt this time. .On what grounds.this public organ- zaiion ..will jbase their, decision; to ake such .steps, the Herald .nnafole b learn; but has been informed that ieven or eight of the members of the sxecuthc signified their inten- ion of upholding any 'motion-which vill leave the press representatives lutside looking in, The'press, seems o be "in though no specific nstances are stated. During the past tlnee or fo'ur iionths there has been a- little more rouble than usual-over the Board f Tiade reports as they appealed in he local press, and they "have been aken exception ,to. repeatedly.. Then oo there has been'the matter of new. ndustries. Tbe lota] tade airangemenis with the bo.iul hat all announcements concerning ew industries shall come through the ands of the secretary. The rule has een that announcements shall come irough the hands of -the, secretary 'hjs rule has been adhered'to on the art of ihe papeis, but has not been at all satisfactory There is much opposition .on the part of some of the members of the board to the proposed action of the bodid, but nothing will-be settled un- til Thursday evening. Third Avenue Business Site 3 lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY 1 Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BloCK. PHONE NOS. 11 85, 1210, 1007. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS, FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGI "An Old Established Repute." Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few Lots in Parkdale FOK EACH The.CB. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1UL ALL UP TO THE LIVERPOOL FIRM .PROMOTION Ottawa July The Evening Ci'S en savs that Commissioner Pcrrj, oi the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, is al'nost certain to be appointed con troller of''the fcrcc and administrator of. unorganized succeed Col Fied White, who retires WHETHER LETHBRIDGE HAS CARS RUNNINQ FOR THE FAIR IN AUGUST If that of cLance qalld Luck, perchps on the shoulders of Supeimiendant Reltl fci tlie sK weeks, tug street railwaj sjstem be in operation for Fan; IE not passengers. to the grounds will have to find some other mode of locomo fion than the up-to-date paj-as-you-en- ter -At least ilut was the opinion ex- pressed this afternoon by the Super- intendent, who has juat returned from Boston. Ihere is just chance that the stieet railwa; uill be In cpeiation by August It.ib {f uniting chan.ce. K the motor generator through which the cuucnt fiom the power sla lion must pass before going out on the line, comes- through .from Liver- pool to Lethbndse without a delnv, t ill fin ire bV August 10, gning sufficient'1' time the plant in shape to operate If there is a, week's delay, the Fail will to (jet along without" the ;street'.cars has the assur- 'DROWNED IN SHALLOW. WATER Franks, July Germuller, Rged lo, was drowned nhile bathing with several friends He sank suddenly in four feet of .iva-; th-e bcdj; was rjuick- Iy-'recovered, and. efforts; made to se- siisciate'him, they proved unavailing. ance that the manufacturing companj fahip this piece of machiheiy on 15. lie is going" to ask the C. P t to shij> from real to Leth- bridg'.'i by fast freight, and expects to get the much-needed piece of machin erj on time Two paj -as-> ou-enters T.ire now on theli waj from the factory at Pres- ton.. They were -inspected by Supt; Reid a1 few days ago, anrt the two are coining through on three flat cars, ready right on the track. and ready for the current. They present a fine appearance. renidining three double truck cars will hWe before the middle of August Supt. Doughty, (in chirge of the track laying and overhead work, -has established a new record Coi laying a street car sj stem in the West. On April 10, the first of the system was turned.' On July tiack anc line will be ready tor operation The only thing which Is holding back the consti uction the car barn, and onlj temporary track w ill there foi tbe start in case the ;ina- chineiy necessary Is here to start op oration for the of the Fail The motor generator set, IE It arrives "in time will also set up temporarilv. The turbogenerator and dondeuser which IB being-installed'at the'pow'ei hoifse foi use with th-a street railway sj stem will not likely arrive befbi'e the end of August, but there is sufti over the present dayMoaq to Uiejflistcm week. i So with an efvcn break on. the par! 'at luck, the Fair horifd happy b> seeing the ping -thousands of to grounds on the week at August 10T i HILLCRESf IS "J ENJOYING LIFE YOUNG PEOPLE GO IN FOR SO- CIAL TIME AND PLAY SUJH- MER SPORTS Hillcrest, AHa 'July Deo Thom- as and Dan Bnscoe made a trip to last week, returning jeiter day morning. They Usitetl the 'Indus trial Exhibition while there, and te port that the fair was a great suc- cess, the industrial exhibits jn par- ticular compelling their admiration the weather was, wet and disagi ecabl" during their atai the had a fine time, and are look ing forward to their visit, which w ill he during "Stam- OF PaH-i. Rrtl anfUadhiicdPrefihi Total Asstls (Iver) Doi'l Waste >r V and nst the principal itseK by keeping a lot on money in your house your pockets, iv It would be much safer in the Union> Bank likely to be idle, would be earning Interest night and day, If you haven't a Savings Bank Account come in and open one. hnerlj iry R. TINNING, A. B. KING, Act'fl LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH they expect pede" Week Tennis .has at last come.Untb- its; own in Hillcrest Owing, to the con- increasing number of niem' bers, and their over-growing cnthus- iasni another court was lately found to be an absolute necessity. With very little talk, several ot the more energetic members of the club f went to WOTK, and now 'ther new1 court is practically leads ing a little additional fop and the consequent i oiling. Ho irtiall amount oi tamping has "already been done, nnd vi'h the expenditure oi a little mofe labor indh material, Hill- crest will be able to another' fine tennis couit.-- At the present time members of the tennis club are practising getttrg ready -for the 'tournament, Friday on the occasion of the opening up of the Frank Sanitarium grounds From the form thev show, we to hope that their exhibition at this touina ment will reflect no little credit upon Hillcrest, Quite, a crowd of Hill- crest went to on Sat- urdav list to see the football game between Bellevuc and'Michel, in the Crow's Nest Paes Senior League They report a goori gfimcf buj, contend that hut. for-, put up b.c tar the stronger-game. There Is considersble 'speculation as to the outcome of nexUjVednes- day's game, w'hen Hill crest on thp litter team's ground The game placed by these two learns last week at Blairmore is Ii admitted to he the best has FOR SALE Cheap by Owner Two brick Houses' on 1 2th Street, s standing on 71 ft. by J20 ft.. 12 lots in Bow Island i, J s Four lots inTaber, r for price art term Box ,642 Lethbridge team u ill .-practically .have the The are m the pink of condition and arc confident of the vlctorj, provided nothing Intervenes J "tj TABER ASSURED H BEST OF CROPS [Taber, July gentle rams of the past two or three days prac- tically aBBiired a bumper crop in thil diBtrlct. A few farmers sciith thar town will not get .much, but this'1 is not due so much to the hot neither of a few u to the' methods emulojed et T. Derryhill. eight mileg gouth, I, practical fanner, and a hard has one of the finest stands of wheat in the country, and ill a record -viold North of uniform atory is gooV growtlL ind a line stand, man jm diy claims that one ther will compel him to cut his 'win- ter wheat, which be claimsji the bait ie saw. FarmertB m this section are i ilready beginning to predict a ivorse car short ige than occurred lift j ear, anil though tbere has been talk of at feast one more elevator here this not been as, start made' toward construction. Hail Insurance has been written up by'most of the .gents here, but s_o far there has been Httle prospect ot damage Altogether prospects are excellent and the Ta iier district should be prosperous and ftusy this fall f T. I 0. M. C, Mirra. played in (he I-natprn Pflss Should win, as it generally thought' they A Money Maker (Exclusive Lilting) 7y2 lots on 7th Avenue S. Terms can recommend this to be .a good investment and can. divide same' it necessary. HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. v Sherlock Bldg. ;