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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TIM Dally Herald, Tuesday, July F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co, Limited of We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage ATTENTION! BEST SNAP EVEK OFFERED IN LETHBRIDGE 5 two eight roomed houses for Water and electric light; 11300 cash buys this and assume loan of Loans, Insurance and Auctioneers taken for The Golden West Realty Co. Phone 623. J.B.Willde, P. 0. Box 642. D. MEN STRUCK 2 lots, block 20 Coutts St., Duff, facing east S800 Asquith Lindsey HEAL ESTATE 307 CRABB STREET LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. AT MACLEOD Laborers On Cement Side- walks-Were Paid Off At Once Macleod, Alberta, July U., A. E. Torrie, principal of the Mac- leod public school, has left for Ed- monton where for the next 'three weeks he. will assist in examining the papers of the Departmental Examina- tions of the province. On Saturday afternoon last the lab- orers working on the cement side- walks went on strike for 'higher wages., They are at present receiving per day aad their demand was for an additional 25 cents per day. The contractors, however, .did not see it that way, and paid the men ofi, making arrangements to have another gang come in from Leth- j bridge to-day. Most of the strikers j left for Lethbridge last night in search of work. H. E. Maunsell, .of the Bank ,of Commerce in Winnipeg, has been transferred to the Let-hbridge branch; of that bank. Before taking on his CITY POLICE DID THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH RAIN ON THIS LAND We own and offer you a full section near Kimball. They have had plenty of rain here and crops look good. This lane will be sold at a, low price aad on terms you cannot beat. It will be sold quickly. LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead of making a loan. There is no delay. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH US. FARM SECURITY COMPANY 1st class Hotel for sale. Records show over casli per day. Price and terms right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L HMBALL, Mgr. Suite 115 Sherlick Bid. Pkone 417 Chief Gillespie Corrects a Possible Errorneous idea In conversation with the Herald Chief of'Police. Gillespie expressed the.-fear that the remarks made by Rev., Mr. Prosser in his open letter and in h'is remarks in the Baptist church, on Sunday night would lead the people -to believe that the city police collected jines occasionally from -the houses in the restricted dis- trict; The chief says that neither he nor his men -have collected one cent from .any of- them. They have made no raids. The only raids being made that he knows of were those by License Inspector .Nimmons and he used the Mounted Police and had the cases tried before the Mounted Police officers. In many towns 'the keepers of the houses are regularly brought before the court and fined, and in others thev .think they should pay the chief of police a monthly revenue for the SUNDAY SCHOOL TOUR CONTINUES Meetings Held at Monarch, Taber and in the Pass Towns Coleman, July midsummer, tour party sent out by the Alberta Sunday School Association, visited the Pass on Saturday and Sunday. Our visitors were Prof. Henry, Chicago, Mr. George S. Dingle and H. Kenny, general secretary. At a very enthusiastic meeting at Frank it was decided to organize the -low's Nest Pass towns into a. sep- arate'branch of the Alberta Sunday School Association, and the follow- ing "officers and committee were ap- pointed .President, D. McMillan, i Jolemam; secretary, G-eo. Pattinson; j Mr. Olliphant, W. P. Wil- IMFROVED FAKMS FOE SALE 320 acres. 1-4 mile from town, an acre, with crop.- 160 acres 1 1-2 miles from town, 530.00, crop and machinery. For particulars apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA '.W w h. duties at that point Mr. runniDS bouses. i Neither is done here under the pres- lii eat system, although the chief has Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eac h situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. spent a few days at his home Macleod. Mr. Kenneth PL. Bone, of the.Union Bank at Grassy Lake, and late of the Macleod branch, spent the week end in Macleod. A. B. McDonald, late of the Glen- garry Ranch, and .flow superimtendent! of the Banff Park, is in town for a few days on -business. C. E. G-igot was a visitor in town last week. Mr. G-igot was one of the first managers of the Hudson's Bay Co.'s store in Macleod, and was much surprised and pleased with the town's growth. Mr. Gigot left on Saturday night for Nelson, where he is manager of the company's busi- ness. frequently refused the.money. A TRIBUTE TO GRASS LOCAL BUDGET J. R. Shearer, of Grassy spent yesterday in the city. F. 0. Hyde is at present in Cards- ton, having left on Saturday last on a business trip. S. R. Vallance leaves to-morrow morning for a few weeks' holiday out- ing among the mountains. A. of Sydney, is visiting his brother-in-law.' W. Sloan, Kedpath street, for a few- days. J. Taber, traveller for a prominent confectionery firm of Calgary, spent the week-end at his home here, leav- ing yesterday afternoon for Frank, B.C. J, H. Millard, of the Farmers' Lumber Co., has returned from his The tribute paid to grass by the late Senator John J. Ingalls, of Kan- ses. deserves to be reprinted each springtime, for so common man- ifold a blessing is not given the credit it deserves unless attention is pointed to it by some such eloquent person as 'the late .Senator Ingalls was. It is stated of Ruskin that he could write the s'ublimest things in English literature with no more ex- alted subject that a, heap of gravel by the roadside. Senator Ingalls nev- er aspired -to the Ruskin class, but fe-tf 'things are more flowery than the tribute which follows: Grass is the forgiveness of Nature -constant beneclction. Fields trampled with battle, saturated with blood, torn, wita the ruts of cannon, growing green again with carnage is forgotten. Streets aiban- liams, Bille'r. On Sunday morning the party vis- ited Bellevue, where there was an attendance of about fifty. In the af- ternoon Mr. Dingle assisted in the Sunday School session at Frank, while Messrs. Henry and Kenny con- ducted a mass meeting at Blairmore with an attendance of about eighty. A mass meeting was held at Cole- man in the evening and the workers there are much encouraged in their work. _, Taber, Alberta, July il. Miss Palk and Messrs, "aterson and Sinclair, of the Sunday School mid- summer tour party visited .the town on Friday evening where they held a very interesting and helpful meeting. Although the attendance was not large the meeting will have lasting effects. Monarch, July V. Sinclair visited this town on Sunday in con- nection with the Sunday School tour and gave a fine address at the even- ing service. He also visited Pierce in the afternoon and did much to -en- thuse and encourage the Sunday school workers there. C.N.R. PLANS AT CALGARY A new seven-roomed modern house to rent. Splendid Buys in House and Inside Property The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co.; Ltd. Phone 1173. One Door South Balmoral Hotel. Distributing Agency for Rumley Cockshutt and Frost and' Wood Lines Farm Implements. LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To Close Out an Estate F. G. WADDINGTON CO. are instructed to sell Lots 1 to 7 and on Torrance Avenue, Allan St. and Iddiagton Avenue and having a frontage of 46 feet eack and a depth of 130 feet, at the price of Each (CORNERS EXTRA) On the following easy terms: down and per month, with interest at 8 per cent. Also two lots facing east on Torrance being 25 and 26 at the same price and on the above terms. This offer will remain open "days only. Office, Lyceum Building. Phone 426 doned by traffic become grassgrown like rural lane and obliterated. For- ests decay, harvests perish, flowers vanish, but grass is immortal. Be- leagured by the seven hosts of win- ter, it withdraws into the impregnable fortresses of its subterranean vitality and emerges, upon the first solicita- tion of spring time. Sown by fry the wandering prop- agated toy the subtle horticulture of Wilil Build Big Hotel and Start Work Soon. visit to Winnipeg and left yesterday afternoon on a business trip to i j tne elements which are its ministers 'and servants it softens -the nude out- Grassy Lake. Mr. Millard is not at all optimistic over crop situations in his old home province. A. Cascaden, of the Bell-Cascaden Land Co., has just returned from a line of the world. Its tenacious fibres hold the earth in its place and pre- vent its soluble contents from wash- ing into the wasting sea. It invades the solitudes of the deserts, climbs WANT TO RIDE IN THE AIR. "Toronto, July is reported that the airmen who are attending the meet here have refused several offers of large sums from people who want to travel in machines as passen- gers. One of these aspirants is said to aa've offered for the privilege The King and'Queen have promised to visit the Salvation Army colony at Hadleigh. EJTeething children have more "or less diarrhoea, which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is necessary is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of the bow- els more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the system. It is safe and sure. Sold by all druggists. WOMAN USES HATPIN ON A BULL Missouri Farmer's Wife Fatally Hurt By Vicious Jersey Bull After v, Animal is Blinded. Fulton, Mo., July Thomas was fatally injured and the animal nearly blinded in a battle with a vicious Jersey bull, in which a hat- pin was the woman's sole weapon. Mrs. Douglas was -attacked by the bull while passing through a field. She gouged -the animal about the eyes and for a while managed to keep her feet. Even alter forced to tie trip to High River. He brought home a sample of good wheat, well headed out. -Wheat looks good as far as it goes, but it is deplorably thin. Oats look fairly well and are well headed. William street and Westminster fU. are these 'days presenting a lively j scene to the casual passerby. Strain- ing teams and shouting workmen- are engaged in the work of grading and local improvements. Marqiuhardt and Calwait, contractors have upwards of thirty teams and a large gang of men busily engaged in grading. William street is being opened up as a road- bed for.the first time. Westminster road is undergoing improvements 'prior to the laying of a water main and cement sidewalks. The L. S. Ripley Co. has informed the Herald of an attempt of a Win- jnipeg real estate firm to secure an option on the Redcliff townsite. Prior to yesterday the option had not been granted by the Minneapolis company the inaccessible slopes and forbid- den pinnacles of the mountains, climates and determines the history, character and destiny of nations. Unobtrusive and patient it has immoral vigor and aggression. Banished from the -thoroughfare ana the field, it bides'its time to return and when vigilance is relaxed, or the dynasty has perished, it silently re- sumes the throne from which it has been expelled, but which it never ab- dicates. It bears no .blazonry of bloom to charm the senses with fra- grance or splendor, but its homely hue is more enchanting than the lily or the rose. It yields no fruit in earth or air, and yet, should its harvest fail for a single year, famine would depopulate the world. The little in life deserve their rec- ognition fully as much as the great, and Senator Ingalls rendered a ser- vice to mankind by paying sucb a tribute to a servant so useful, but so likely to go unsung. Calgary, July for a mam- moth structure, which will be the combined depot and hotel of the Qan- adian Northern Railway, to be ibuilt on block 69, at the corner of Tenth avenue and' First street west, have already been prepared and work on the new ibuilding will be commenced within the next 60 days The new j building will be up to date in every respect, feeing somewhat after the design of 'the Royal Alxeandra in Win- nipeg, insofar as the hotel -end of it is concerned, while the depot part cf the structure will be equal in size to the present C. P. R. station, although of a somewhat different design. The route by which the Canadian Northern wall enter the city has also ood one. At present t-he grading of the road completed as far as the Red Deer riveirand track laying is being rushed ahead so as to get the niater- ial for the bridge across the river on the ground as early as possible. The steel bridges over both the Bow and Ked Deer rivers will not take long to erect and will not delay the entrance to the city to. any great extent There are a number of heayy.cuts to be made on into the city, but as soon as the grading outfits reach iiere work will be rushed ahead on these. CRANBROOK NEWS CONDENSED MILK FOR STiRE ET PAV1 Edmonton, July The other day the contractors who are Jas- per avenue were a -barrel full of. condensed miUr In a shipment of liquid paving material recently received. The. two bar- rels had probably got exchanged dur- ing transportation. While gold laden gravel may be used in- paving the "streets of Ed- monton still the condensed -milt was; Cranbrook, July Hansen, of Wasa, motored in this morning and reports everything looking good. He is looking forward to a busy time up in his country this year. Alex. Adair. merchant who has been in business for the past year has gone to Lethbridge to fol- low his trade there. He pulled out on Saturday evening. useless for that But about the, people who got the other barrel? No wonedr that the -bis- cuits were hard or -the ice cream solid. been definitely settled, and the route Cranbrook is looking forward to plans have already been filed, while j some good ball next two work on the grading has been rushed TAKE CANADA AS A MODEL IN Londoii, July The Times says the shipping .companies cue nxrau tempt to make Redcliff ai> extensive manufacturing centre. J. who iras one of the visitors there re- ports heavy rainfall in that district last week and Sunday. ahead to such an extent that the grad- ing outfits should be in sight of Cal- gary within the next six or eight weeks. The route by which the railway will enter the city will 'be from the soutli east. The main line of the Canadian Pacific will be crossed -by an over- head bridge, 24 feet high, and tho 'Nelson will be visitors. There was a large turnout of Orangemen at their annual church parade last evening. Mike Michel, arrested for horse stealing was up for hearing -before Judge Ryan and was committed for trial. Wm. Higinbotham and her daugb- crossing of the Bow river will be }ters, Ada and Bertha, have returned about Jftree-quarters of a mile south from the coast where 'they have been of the C. P. R. steel bridge. From spending a couple of weeks holiday- ttiat point the ronte will run through {iag. "ROOSEVELT IN AFRICA." Hammond, Ind., July foreness of the muscles, whether in- jduced by violent exercise or injury, is application B. Conkey Co., publishers, on Thurs- day, rook a contract lor printing copies of "Rooserelt in Afri- for Charles Scribners' Sons, of New York. It is said that it is the largest single order ever given. Mrs. Douglas kept her hold on ue iof Chamberlain's Liniment. This Lie- hat pin and used it advantageously is equally valuable for rcusnilar until helD arrive rheumatism, and always affords quick U1 P I relief. Sold by all druggists. Colonel H. L.' Gallwey, Governor of St. Helena, has returned to Lon- don. Bonnybrook, striking the hill 50 feet south of the cement works. The -crossing of the .Macleod 'branch of the C. P. R. will also be by means of an overhead bridge, and the Bow river will be touched at the present clumping ground, where it is expect- ed considerable crip work will have j --------------------_ to be erected in order to protect the Fifty German delegates, visited Bris Jack McSwcyor, of the Fink Mer- cantile Co., .has gone to Toronto on a Tour -weeks holiday. He left Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Anderson were ia the city on Saturday passing through on their way -to Winnipeg. tracks. Through Lindsay Park until it crosses the Elbow about 50 feet east of St. Mary's hall is the location, tnen after which the line curves a lit- tle to the west and then turns and runs directly north about 100 feet east of First street west to the de- pot on.Tenth avenue. This depot location will bring the C. N. R. depot very close to the C. P. R., and the site is considered a very tol the other day and were entertain- ed to luncheon by the Lord Mayor. When the stomach fails to perform its functions, the bowels become de- ranged, the liver and kidneys congest- ed, causing numerous diseases. The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets can be de- pended upon To do it. Easy to take and most effective. Sold by all drug- gists. ought to join Chambers merce and other influential urging upon the various colonial gov- ernments to bring their wireless ilities to level attained several." years ago by -Canada. Arthur W. Suit was drowned in the Huinber, at Toronto. ,'vX REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block Fire insurance Real Estate City and Farm loans The H, Macbeth Ape; ;