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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July THE LETHBRIDCF; DAILY IIEKALD 3 You can get a "Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page Buys 150 feet frontage facing btreet rail- way track in South'Iclhbridgc. 6600 cash, 3 ami 6 months. This snap will only be on the market for a few days. F. G. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY FOR SALE 7 roomed fully modern cottage, new, on one ana ope-half lots In due of the hest locations in the city. Price for a few days only, Terms, JSOO cash, balance easy. i Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 v Splendid New Four-Room Cottage' room, pantry, etc., on St. I? fachag cast. Price cash, bal- ance per month. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE S36 Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few Lots in Farkdale FOli EACII The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE 13JJ, NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT, OF B. C. Htre ara the government report? of same: "The JS'echacp with its lei el lalleis and rich deposit, offers special inducements to farmers.' 'Its advantages are many; the land is level, the soil Is rich and to a great extent open, the climate "is mild; the prin- cipal crops can be grown trouble "The soil everywhere Is of the richest nuality. It is composed of fine deposit soil with clay subsoil Not only is the grass lery luxunant on the prairies, but in the portions, pea and. vetches of different species grow to such that'll renders traveling very difficult." Price per acre; cash, balance. monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Boom 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs SECUBITY INVJ3STMEXT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire >nd Lift Iniurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. For Quick Sale Choice half-teotlon, 3 miles from Weyburn per Cain, balance arranged on easy termi. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 721 D. L. KIMBALL, Mar.aqer EXECUTIVE DISCUSSED AFFAIRS OF THE CITY Board of Trade Invited to Attend Merchant's Meeting Tonight Civic affairs seem to be the' whole matter for discussion these days, Even the Board of Trade takes a hand when the occasion seems to de- mand it. At last night's meeting of the executive of the hoard several of the members took occasion to com- ment on several phases of street work which Is now under way, and these remarks .were hot by any means' complimentary city 'govern- ment. The discussion occupied almost an hour of the time of the board and lialf a dozen different phases o-f what some, considered mismanagement were 'brought out. -President Nelson of the Business Men's Association was present and .extended an in vita- Jon to the members of the Board of Trade executive to attend the Busi- ness Men's meeting tonight when the whole subject .will be fully discussed Judging by tho tenor of last night's remarks the meeting tonight will be a stormy, one. i-The various remarks were general last night, but tonight they promise to be specific and any ratepayer who has any specific charge to mako will be sure to be present. Few other matters of outstanding Importance were discussed last night Chairman the freight rates committee, who' has.In hand the mat- ter, of tho Increased telegraph rates to and from American jjoints conse- quent on the taking over of the A. R. and I. lines by the C. P. II., brought in evidence .showing that ilie rates had undergone approximately a fifty per cent, Me therefoie brought down fiif Robert Taylor and Castles of York. ami .Warwick cliioness of Stafford, .Lady Viole senoiish injured lie had closing ilie vista at each end." Four Chaitcns, and Lad ust .opened his sample case in i thousand spectalora were present; Juliet Duff took part, baggage cur the crash ca.mr j________ Mrs Rupeit Beckett, Violet Keppel, Diana Manners, Airs Muriel Wilson, Mrs WiHri'l Sheridan and iclona Sack- ville The "Queen of Beauij and her rode aiound the hsis, iaking the plauriiis of the crovul and the homage of thr knights, nftc which lismouulcd ami asccndc to their gallery After this there was the parade the Puncess Eriant (the Prmtesb Plcss) attended by Countess Paulin of Pappcnheim ami Countess Nadcj the esquires including th hereditarj Giand Duke of Mecklcn Printe Chustopher Greece nnd Prince-Kinsley, the pages Count Bcnlheim, Prince Lynar the hcrplds, the Puke (i'AJha, Baro Von Kuhlnrann and Count Eistoh When the Krrant took he scat, there followed the parade of th knights, the firsi hcing the Duke preceded by an esquir (John Churchill) and followed by tw otlici s he second knight, Lor C'richton, considered one of the fin est looking men in England, was sini Mar.lv-attended. The third; the liar of Craven, ,ilso looked the part., Lori Twccdinouth. was 'the fourth, knight. After nuikc-hclicve jousting cam the "Ballet dcs Chc'vaux'' in-., whic Ladv .Sarah Wilson, ..the Countess o ChcstcUield, Larij flelon Grosvcnor tlic Duchess of Westminster, th Countess nf Londcshrough, the Conn Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Fina'.idal Brokers DOMINION B100K. PHONE NOS. 1183. 1210. lOOTi The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRE INSURANCE .REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE '.'An Old Established. Firm ,of Good Repute." Residential Site Block 128 On Car Line One Pair lots, high and level, lacing car track. You know as well as we do that this is choice and will increase rapidly in PKICE One-Third Cash The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 10-58 McDonald Block TO PREVENT A GRAIN TIE-UP perfect representation of an ancient less of Rossc, Mis n Traflord, Lad The roadbed resembles a ploughed' Held, rails hcing "torn up and rent in tnc Maritime nlio, though collectable fashion, an-i it returned to the citv on No require eight or ten hours to Conductor lames Buchanan trans [erring Ins charge of Train No 13 to him. The iiccident is one of the in llic Instori ol the railway :mirc -sonic ciglit permit of trains. Tiiu passengers in the. second and first class the Pullman .re- ceded a shaking but es- caped serious injuries1. The telegraph pole.s on both sides of the .track, were juil out of commission, making it (HfTictilt to get worri for -relief, while a licavv electric storm in .the the viciniU'. of Halifax put flic tele- phone wires in had shape. Relief Trains .Sent Relief (rains left Truro aiui Halifax within iweiilv the receipt of the news. Ofi onp, of these wct'c .Superinlcndetit HnUiscy, Trackmas- or Onniston and a crew of men. Men were picked up along tho Hrie, and Dr. McLean al-Shubcimca- die, and was busy attending to Ihc injured '.it tlie wreck FACTORIES FOR WESTERN CANADA THAT'S THE TALK OF MANUFAC- TURER TO OFFSET RECI- PROCITY Toronto. July one cvorit of-ontatnndlng iinirortance since onr Inst annual menllng was tile federal election which resulted In the down- I of Ilie government upon the issue of reciprocity. It would he useless to attempt lo disguise the fact thai the west, especially Alherlii and Saskat- chewan, is keenly disappointed over The lio'dy of Ilriver Clark was failure to obtain access lo the Inr- vevcd in Halifax liy Train No. markets of (he.United Slates, and which was al Windsor .Iimclion at -o long as thai feeling o( mcnt prevails It cannot he said (hat the.I lineal the accident, anil returned dcnd. Nor cnn we af- lo (he cilv under (he direction of roni close our eyes to the tact Hint Uic'Ji.vna.flllV. Conductor Iifcr.cv4 nrovlncws arrrjav- with us in the Bast for the part we played in thwarting their desire, amount of specious arguments or flag waving allay that feeling or satisfy the West that it has not' been rob bed." i So declared Frank Beer, retiring president of the Toronto branch the Canadian Manufacturers' Assocla lion at tho annual meeting this even- ing. Continuing ho said: "Wider markets the West must have, but for its own good as well as for the upbuilding of Canada on. the whole, let us hone that they will come ihrough the dcvel opmcnt of diversified manufacturing industries west of the Great Lakes "Boom conditions may be expected .0 prevail so long as construction con .Inucs and the people keep pouring nto the laiid, but If Its prosperity s to be laid upon a permanent foun- dation Ihere must be provided for its lopulatlon more variety, of. occupation Man fanning and real estate speeu atlon." THE LEGAL FRATERNITY Banff, -July annual meet- ing of the Alberta bar is being held icre this week. Anonncemcnt of the exams are expected to follow Bonn, ALGARY BOARD OF TRADE POINTS COMMITTEE TO PRE- PARE DATA Calgaij, Julv early tent, to if possible, a lepetl on of the congestion in the handling f the grain ciop by the that aused so much trouble last jeai, th Joard of Tracle jesterdaj appointed committee to collect data on th Istributibn cf lay it before ie Dominion Commiasiou, which meets on July next The members of the committee named are Managei E HI Saunflers, of the Canadian Bank, of Commerce', iMandgci L P Strong, ot the Alberta Pacific Co President AY. J Tregillue, of the United Farmers of Alberta, Preaidant E A Dagg, of the Calgary.Board of Trade, son and W. G. Hunt. Bumper Crop in Sight The mattei was discussed in detail, those present lecpgnizinR tlie _fact that as a bumper ciop is in sight in Alberta province, ery precaution must be taken to handle it. Fears that theie might be insufficient-ele vator capacity to handle the this vicinity allayed to some ex- tent by a statement oC Vice-Presldem W J Campbell, presiding over the meeting, who quoted Mr L P. Strong as having said that the.Canadian Pa cific Railway was rapidly removing the grain now stored in .the. eleva'toi'B and expected to them clearoti 7n plenty, of time. Mr Hunt thought that considerable of the trouble in tlio shortage of cars was due to the administration of'tbe grain law, whereby an individual :farm er is entitled'to an equal share In the distribution of. cars with an.elevator which may represent the garneringn of 35 farmers, although It maj take the farmer ten days to Inad 'A car ag- ainst three or four tho ele vator. This is one of tho matters that will be discussed nith the'Rail way Commissioners Alberta Muit Get It was also pointed; out '.that unless Alberta, province dis- is'-apt to feel ;a car shortage mcsl of al! for the reason that the itanitoba anu Saskatchewan ..farmers are likely to have first'call on the cars when they are distributed by the and any consequent shortage would fall most Alberta, The committee will communicate at' once .'With other boards of trade hroughcut the province, ,nnd endeav- or to get all -possible information to ay before the railway commissioners FOR SALE Cheap by Owner Two brick houses on 12th standing on 71 nV by ]2Q ft. 1 2 lots in Bow Island Four lots in Taber Apply for price and Box 642 Lethbridge, ALPINE CLUB MEETS JULY ,29 THIS YEAR MOUNTAIN EDMONTON MERCHANT DEAD Edmonton, July Johnslone Valker, founder of toVe of Johnstons Walker Co. asper avenue cast, died at Guelph in he sanitarium wlierc he has Jived for lie past six years, on Saturday after- oon. Mr. Johnatone Walker reached ixty-five years of age a short time go. He leaves a wife and son and aughter, James Grahame Walker nnd cannette Walker. Mrs. Johnstone 'alker live al NH7 Victoria avenue, lille James 'Grnhomo. Walker is idylng mining engineering at- the GUixow university, Scotland, WiLL CAMP AT VERMILLION PASS t Edmonton, July 11 Alpiniits fron various parts of.the Canada and Great Britain and contta- entil Europe w annual ill loregather at camp of the Alpine Club of Canada at PalliSers Vermilion Pass, 25 miles southwest of BanKf, A1U Juh 29 to August 9 The camp be nitched m the foreit on the south side of the summit, 5300 feet abcne sea near which is a rush- ing glacial torrent, the source of'tho Vermilion The pass ii hem- med in by snow clad peaks, to thft right being Snow Mountain and Mount Ball; while: on the Fest are'the Boom Lake mountains and Mount named in honor of the noted English climber, who died earlj this jear. in nhlch flows To- Kumm cieeK, gnes access of a h'a- ei se Oi a ast snou held in tha Eotithei n facps of of the ten peaks.- Exploring parties' will be .sent out L-j the club to and re- port upon the new valleys and- alpina features For a Few Days Only 2 lots block 24 Duff pair HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Muihern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th ;