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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta F. C LOWES North America life U. and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London We have several .eciion, of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a ,mall cottage ATTENTION! BEST SNAP EVER OFFERED IN LETHBRIDGE 5 lots and two eight roomed houses for m Water and electric light; cash buys tms and assume loan of Loans, Insurance and Auctioneers taken for The pen West Realty Co. PINCHER CROPS IN VERY FAIR SHAPE HAT WILL EXTEND ITS PUBLIC WORKS TELEPHONES NOW AT GRASSY LAKE Pessimistic Opinion Not Meeting Approves Of f 1 Jf _k I i ranted-Board Of Trade Not Active Pincher Creek, July to pessimistic reports which may have got abroad respecting the growth and crop prospects of the Pincher Creek district, a .visit to the settlements surrounding the' -town re- veal a condition of things in country that while they cannot be regarded with an over lenient degree of optimism are nevertheless of a most hopeful and encouraging "nature. Important Action Being Taken Medicine Hat, July 9.-At a meet- Jug of the' ratepayers of the city in the city hall last night a policy of extension of .public works and utili- ties was decided On will make Medicine Hat in the foremost ranks Sgpt. Jin isolated a that the amount sufficient con- h.ut.' cpnsideraWeTforl the Cmmeat been i-.-arouad Ttne- railway .proposition was in to" 'and -P.OK.THiS UP 'aga-loa.' -Thire is the] of the cities of the west. was outlined for the exten- sion of the water works system in- cluding the construction of a large reservoir in place of the standpipe as the city used at present. The level in water there according to the engineer's figures will be over a hun- ored feet above the top the stand- Pipe and the pressure over sicty pounds over the entire city. It was decided also to inaugurate" a "surface drainage system constructing a larj sewer main with catch basins at ferent points alongfthe streets. This system will be entirely separate from the sewage system and the work will be commenced in the fall. The meeting also'heartily endorsed the electric power plant proposition and the council was asked' to submit a by-law 'purpose at "once and judging froni the "favor .that th proposal met with 'will receive 'a almost unanimous vote. The propos _ j _ i .L._ r K Local Exchange Not To Be Installed For a Time Yet '..oi .J 1st class hotel for sale. Eecords show over 1150 cash per day. Price and terms right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L KIMBALL, Siite 115 SierUck RU. Pfcoie 417 m'' "Tha'' boy- ap .pears.io 'be, jiyjn'g saw Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are oifering ior sale the cheapest lots on the market I u each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. waits." Certain it Is7 at alfevents that only for the activity dlsplayec in the matter by Mayor Scott and our representatives in1 the local and federal houses the railway project would not have reached as satisfac- tory a stage as it has. The I.O.O.F. Lodge of this place, together with the Alexandra Rebekah, Lodge, will hold a picnic at one of the groves on the banks of the creek adjacent to the on Wednesday, July 20. Races and games will ,-be the order of the program. Roy Nelson, a former industrious young rancher of Spring Ridge, left last week for the neighborhood of Prince Rupert, where he will engage in fruit farming. Several parties have left and others ed plant fifty and dollars'and a fVs .hun dred horse-power 'plant- at its initia tion. It is estimated that power can be by the city for about fifteen dollars per horse-power. Twenty acres of land was offered by the Presbyterian church for a'pub- lic cemetery and the meetiiig decided that the council should accept the of- fer. It was stated by -the mayor that several industries were now.negotiat- ing for locations here, one of which made a definite propdsition which was put up before the meeting. The coun- cil was asked to submit a by-law for the purchase Of the site asked for. In regard to the spur line to the Industrial Palace now owned by the city for this purpose the meeting was of the opinion that the construction >f this line should be started as soon .5 possible- intend leaving, town to spend outings at various resorts. 'r _ The "settlers of agitat- ing a semi-weekly mail service. A .petition is to be sent. to the post- master-general with -that end I view. W. Bain, of Summerview, has sold his property, known as the old Ger- man ranch to a Mr. McCrea, of Cal- for an acre.- G. H. Trick, in the same district sold 21 to E. J. Scott, of Carman, Man., for acre; Mrs. A. L. has gone on an extended visit.to her parents, Col. and Mrs. Ward, of Van- couver. She accompanied her brother ,R. "Ward, who bad been vfsiting his sisters and other friends at Fisfajhurn. CRANBROOK NEWS Cranbrook, July Beattie- Xurphv Co. have secured the services f G. H. Stewart, of Claresholm and late of Calgary, and he entered on his duties as drug clerk in that establish- Jaent yesterday. This concern also re- W. McDermott Delphi Ont, to take hold of their large .stationery and fancy goods de- partment. Mr. McDermott's name is not unknown among the sporting fra- ternity "dowji as he holds quite of medals for trap shooting. He-was also a member of the Berlin Hockey Club, being one of the mem- bers Stanley Cup team last season. .T. T. MeVittie, C.E., of For: Steele, was in.thei.city today on business. Al- though things are quiet -there at Grassy .Lake, July T. Saultz, who has been relieving the manager, of the Union Bank. 01 Canada here for three weeks, has been transferred to 'the branch of that bank at Irvine Alta. Mrs. J. D. Heck left last week to join her husband who is opening up new lumber yard for the. Farmers' Lumber Co. Ltd. in Muk River., H. S. skelton, of the Grassy Lake Hotel, has wearing a happy smile the last week, as the stork, visited Jiis home, and left a fine baby boy. W. H. Weniger, who has lately been working for :Haley Bros., has left for his home S. D. -K. R. Bone.of the Union Bank staff ipent.the.first of July in Maple Creek. Grassy Lake, is connected up with Taber. and L-ethbritlge by tele- phone, and for a start the wires have been kept very busy. The central is in .J. D. McCrostie's drug store. There will be no private' phones put in for some time. as this town is fourth or fifth on the list for their installation. R. W. Baillie and his bride arrived here last week and in the meantinie have -taken iip their residence at Mr Underwood's, until they find a home for themselves. J. D. McCrostie has installed a.fine soda fountain and stand in his drug store. This will help quite, a. lot to cool the citizens of this town when they get too hot-headed. Mr. McCros- tie gets his ice-cream shipped in from the Good Co, in Lethbridge. .There is -to be an: ice cream" social held here on Wednesday evening, in the I.O.O.F. .hall under the auspices of the Ladies' Circle. This will most likely be a very enjoyable treat for the peo: pie of Grassy.Lake and they should show their appreciation of it by tuni- ng out in force. Miss Gertrude Hochhaus, of Tacoma, Wash., has arrived here on a visit io er parents. Miss- Linoie .KUgrow of Salt Lake Utah, spent a -few. days in town She was called, up here uddenly by the sickness of her E. E. Kilgrow. but by the time of jr arrival .he. was..up and around again. For a time. Mr. Kilgrow's life was despaired of, but we are glad -to say at 'the present time that he is feel- ing very much better. Richard Fraze and Chas. Poison, of Tacoma, arrived in town last week. They report that things are looking very bad down in Washington as 'well as here. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 320 acres 1-4 mile from town, an acre, with crop. 160 acres 1 1-2 miles from town, crop and machinery. For .particulars apply c. MORRISON ALBERTA A new seven-honied itoodiern house to rent Splendid Buys in House arid Itiside Property The lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. Phone 1173. -iK -h A One Door South Balmoral Hotel. Agency for Rum.ey Engines, Cockshutt and Frort and wood Lines Farm Implements. LOANS AND INSURANCE Block acres .12 miles east of George. J, V. v: Good stuff :and a snap at 1 S8.50 Per acre." National Laiid Co. :P- 0. Box 416. Room; 4, Hill Block. Phone 1031. MASINASIN Masinasin, July. 8.-The hail storm of July 3rd put the crop around this neighborhood pretty badly out of commission, as well as some win- dows. A bright young boy came to make his home with Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Harris vlast Wednesday August Haas, who has arouad here f0r Some time, went to .Leth- bridge last Tuesday and. filed on a homestead -in this neighborhood. Mr. Haas says he %ttl commence building his housft at once. COUNCIL FORMED (Special to! the HeraldV. Medicine Hat, Julv R. Trot- ter, .the general organizer.of the. Trad- es and Labor Council of, "was in the city Friday the union men of Sanders, of Fishbur- T Qmet 'there at Pres' extended visit activity within weeks, as the K. C. R are making preparations to start work there immediately. Do.ubt less with better transportation facili- -ties, mining operations will resume vimiaan ana Miss Le Gran- there Fort Steele may regain Ipr Tirfti-o -j. o______ ".oy its former prestige on the Crow. Irving Willson, of Crandall and Will- son, commission agents, Vancouver, is in the city again on business. FROM MAGRATH Magratb, ,July and Mrs. J. Raymond, were visitors Job Llewelyn, sr., his wife and daugli ter Bertha, lert last week for a short visit to their-old home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mrs. J, M. Kuhn and children arrived in town last week from Fingal, N. D.. join Mr. manager of the Far mers' Lumber Co. here. The Grassy Lake troop of B. Squad- ron 21st Hussars arrived back to town on last Sunday m'fht after their wo weeks' camp in Medicine Hat. The boys report that they 1-ad a very fine AN EXTRAORDINM OFFER To Close Oirt an Estate F. G. WADDINGTCMN CO. are instructed to sell Lots: 1 to 7 and on Torrance Avenue, Allan St. 'and Iddinfftbn Ayenue and of 46 feet eack and a depth of 130 feet, at :the price of (CORNERS 125 EXTRA) _ f On the following easy terms: down and per month, with interest at 8 per cent- Also lots facing east on JVos. 2o and 26 at the same price and on the a Dote terms. j This offer will remain open only. -1 r -I Office, Lyceum iiiilding. transferred _ _ zens of this Lcwn are sony to Mm but are pleased that this move means a promotion. Constable Spencer of the Macleod district is taking his place. NEWS FROM BANTRY TOWNSHIP Peter and Jerry Dian are at Leth- bridge this week, proving up on their homesteads. Mr. and Mrs. James. McBraine, of dier were married last week. E. G. Ambrose, at Summerview secretary-manager of the. South Alberta Hay Growers, made a trip along the Crow's Nest. Pass last week for advertising )urposes. A battle of .words is. now on in the., local .paper., between one of our automobile owners and some farmers with regard: to- the right of way pri- vileges on ibhe highways." Sir John Murray is in Ottawa.to confer with regardmr a survey of tbc lakes. and'labor council here, as there were several unions In a flour- ishing condition in the city and the number of union laborers was increas- ing steadily. Committees were select- ed which will meet in a.short time to elect the officers of the council. Herbert Barber fell from rig at striking on Ms head, and it p.D.f enters work on Scot 1 Mrs. Grove. in town .qn- Thursday. Elder. "Jas. E.. Coleman time in every way excopr. for the grub Saturday with Mr. and tney had to try and eat. The was not of tie first class hotel variery as ;t mostly consisted (.f tough beef steak, sour, potatoes and milk that never, saw a cow, but they managed -to PUT up with it, for they all knew a soldier's life is not very luxurious. At one time the meals got so bad that nearly the whole camp went oa strike and wouldn't parade or go through any of their duties till they had a square meal. The Hussars paraded at the Hat on Dominion Day and they all made a fine showing considering the length of time they were in camp. In the evening a picked bunch of soldiers from, a aiission to the Central States He labored in the state returned a musical, ride at the exhibition of, Oklahoma list for the big fall exhi- held here on Sept. 22, is.now ready for distribution. he is latally injured. (Clinton. bridge a few months ago, has decid- ed to come to Canada and live, and will probabJy settle in Victoria, B.C. Australia has contributed and New Zealand towards the erec- tion of the memorial tower at Hali- fax. Albert Proctor, aged seventeen, was shot and killed while playing with tn led by .Lieut. Jas. A. Gallagher A heavy rain and hail storm visit- ed this locality Saturday afternoon, but it came too late to help crops materially. E. 0., Wright and Len Weaver drove to Taber Tuesday to see the varnish- ed cars come in. Mrs. Hamard arrived from England last week and has taken up. -her abode with her husband. A. Wilmer, of Lone Star, was transacting business in Taber to-day. Macy Darrow leaves to-day for Pullman, Wash., where he has a job of running a threshing engine this minion day was celebraQ in a Tery appropriate manner at .the school oouse. People began to gather about H o'clock aim., and to come until Win the afternoon. Aa excellent program was'rendered in- doors and closed by the school chit- dren singing: .the: AlMaplerLeaf For- Sunsequently. the foot, races took place, followed Dy a champion ball game, the single, men vs. the marrietf men. The game ,was won, by the Jby, a score of -10 to 12. AS the people departed for. their many homes, they congratulat- ed themselves for being; there. Bill-. Rose has given .up all hopes of and has gone to.the Cardston district to assist in putting up hay. fall. Rev. Richey has arrived and will of .Grassy Lake. Among the visitors amved aQd at the camp from here were Wm. Sal- preach Ms first sermon 'this com- _ _ _ _ TTniTnT.tr vage, Robert McLachlan and S. A. Bu- chanan. -..A. A. Bulger was arrested on Thurs- better fhan ever this year. Wm. Paris, of Raymond, has openr ed a tinshop here. He is located in the old Pioneer meat market. The students.of the High school and Standard V. of the Public school, just finished writing on their exams. 1 t day last on a charge of and Three young and injured by a fall" of a TOO! at the Atsley and Tyldesley Collieries. on. ftis trial on bYiday he was remand- stable Spence Lethbridge that ed ,for one. week. Constable Spencer escorted him down evening. The Dominion Lands Office sub- agency here is doing a big business rbese days, as quite a nnir-ber of farm ers from Island, Burdett and Purple Springs have ooine here io do all of their land business. Constable Coleridge of the mounted police, who has been stationed here for the last eighteen months, has been munity Sunday next. Will some one explain why Bill Guyer's dog is determired to follow Herman Hehman. FIRE INSURANCE Money io loan" on improved city property and Jfarm lands. R.V; GIBBONS Co. Ott Block- Aid aooiety met with Mrs. E.. Clum .Wednesday, and was well attended. -0 Nelson Blue and C. 0. Peterson, of Taber, were D. W. Burns the first. ot. the ..week.and both cwere. very much, phased..trith of the country. Bill Dennick entertaiaeu quite a few of his neighbors at his batca- elor's last Ssisds- Lone Star school district only com- prises four miles square, but Do- Fire Insurance Besl Estate City anf Fara LUIS M H. Nacietii fiaerlock Bloik. ;