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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July THE LETHBRItfGE DAILY HERALD You can get a Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page Buys 150 feet frontage facing street rail- way track in South Lethbridge. cash, 3 and 6 months. This bnap will only Lc on the market for a few davs. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk, Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY FOR SALE 7 roomed--fiUly modern cottage, one, and one-half lots in one of the best locations in the city. Price for a few days only, Terms, cash, balance easy. l t j Alberta Loan and Limited STREETr-PHONE 1214 Splendid New Four-Room Cottage ]Uth room, p.uiliy, clo on 12th St. B. K, facing east. Piico cash, bal- ance per mouth, _ )J Nortk Lethbriclge Realty'. Co. PHONE 538 Fire Insurance Money to loan. A Few Lots in Farkdale FOK EACH The C. B. Bowman Agency nCADIA BLOCK. PHONE 132J. NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B. C. Here are the government reportt of same: "The Nechaco with its level "-valleys, 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; ctpal crops can be grown without trouble. 'The soil everywhere Is oE the richest quality. Tt is composed of fine deposit soil with clay subsoil. Not only is the grasa very luxuriant on. the prairies; but hi the wooded portions, pea vines and vetches different species grow to such a height that it renders traveling .very 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 Iniurance Money to Loan Room 12, .Hull Block, Lethhridge, Phone 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake'City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. For Quick Sale Choke halfjectlon, 3 miles from Weyburn line, (14.00 per acre. balance arranged on easy terms. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 721 D. L. KIMBALL, Mlnager FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery O. T. LATHROP Firm ttafford Block, Parmi Latnt NEWS FROM BUSY MAGRATH Magralli, July ifegmtli MINES RESUME WORK AT LILLE CAR SHORTAGE PARTIALLY RE- Mutual Improvement, association gave an excellent program'in Latter Day Saint assembly room, last Sunday evening. The program rendered was as follows: Current events, Ernel cock, of Burin is, iwas Jensen reading, Hattie Dudley; so- town Wednesday lo, Miss Erma Karren lecture, 13. L. .Jensen vocal solo, Lynn Gibb, and the reading of the Gazette, edit- ed by. Miss Maggie Watson and J. T. Steele. All of the local teams that have been working On tlie canal, havo been laid oil by the Canadian Pacific fore- man, and company teams have been brought in to do the work. Canal work has provided much employment or the residents of Magrath in .the past, but evidently- the C.I'.R. mean to pursue another policy. Miss ISi'ma Karrcn' returned MADE A HIT Uellovuc; Han- visitor in Rev. H. Irwin spent a few days this week at Livingstone and other places on ihe North Fork, Inspector Belcher, ot Pincher Creek, and Sergt. Bower, of Frank, spent yesterday'.in Bellevue. P. Patterson, of Ulairmore, was down yesterday; looking after his new house at the east end of Main St Ben to Pincher Creek last night to-, take in the celebration at that place. Sommerville, of' the Union Bank stall', went to Pincher Creek today with the HiJlcrcst baseball team. 01- last week from Pittsburg, Penn., of Colcman, will be on the slab where she has resided for the past six months. 'While in the east, Miss Kar- icn hud the tutorship of an eminent eastern teacher, and her voice has Hi.proved wonderfully under his tui- tion. While Miss Karren likes the east very much, she says she is glad the arc-wondering to set back to the Golden West once I win uc anv work at all more and away from the smoke of the great manufacturing centre. C. M. Loucks, editor of the Ma- .grath Pionocr, has been ill for some lime, what threatened to de- velop, into pneumonia. As a result of Mr. Loucks' sickness, there has been no issue of the Pioneer for-last week, for liife all country weeklies, the whole machinery, brains; and all, hinges on ihe editor. The paper will probably be issued this week, bright, and sparkling as ever. Miss Virgie Wood, who lias been teaching in one of the towns on the main line of the C. P. H-, between Calgary and Medicine Hat, is visit- ing her brothers here, prior to her leaving for Carlstadt, where she will take a summer school for the next three months- Ralph Page, of the South Alberta Land arid.'Live Stock the HoraldHhat crops on the Milk River Ridge cxcellcnj, and that their hogs and other live j stock doing fine. Mr. Page j states that, the recent rains done untold good to the grain, that a splendid harvest is now sured. Mrs. Andrew Rasmussen, and her: daughter, Miss Avilda return- last Tuesday from Calgary and Banff, where thev have been visiting for a week. They report a glorious time at the famous resort, asserting that its; loveliness far exceeded their expectations. Professor Johnson, of the Brigham oting University, Provo, Utah, is expected to arrive in Magrath about the 24th of the present month. He; will spend his vacation bore, and dur- ng his stay will visit the Waterloh Lakes.. Ti will be remembered that Professor .Johnson visited Magrath ast summer on his return from Chi- cago, and while here took the .choir, developing the organization a high standard of efficiency.' Mr. lolmson is an enthusiastic and prom1 sing voung musician, and the many riends that he made, on his last vis- will lie enjoy his as- pOeiation. once again. There are-several pieces' of side- valk that are in a very bad condi- one in particular being on the station, near the 1-1 Ill- Tier residence.-No-doubt1 the town :ouncil will see to it, that this dcfec- ivc rectified. for Hillcrcst. With Olson and Som- merville .for a'battery .the Ilillcrest a good showing, The'mine is again today after a few on ac- count of a shortage of cars. Some of if there once the grain starts to and cars reallv become The Hellevue Band went to Pincher Creek with the Blairmore Orange HILLCREST WENT IN BEST HATS Lodge last night. The band is bc- cpming better "and- more popular al the time'and'would be a credit to a much larger town than Bellevue. Tomorrow morning the Bellevue foothuil team go to-Michel for the final game of-the season; They are taking along tlje very host .team available, .and from this distance it looks like Bellevue tor the winners of the C. N. P. League.' BRITAIN HAS TO UPHOLD WORLD on the protest of the British government at with the regulations of'the'Panama canal, the Pall .Mall Gazette today contends that Britain Is in the responsible and 1 position.of ha.' as- iving to uphold not onl> her own rigjjts of the whole world which' 'dcpSdita on 'trie Ilaj Pouncefete treaty..., At the same time the Pall Mall Gazette recognizes the entire reasonableness of the American contention having supplied the capital 'arid the 'skill-to. build' the canal, Americans' have the light to ev.ery consideration not conflicting with "the 'treaty obligations of the United States. C. N. R. FOREMAN KILLED Dauphin, Man., July Hall, a bridge and' building foreman on (he C. N. R., 'was Beatty, yesterday, by a -motor car, on which he was riding, -jumping the track, at half-past o'clock. THE VEGETABLE GARDEN When parliament was in session number "'of" very useful i agricultural'topics were read] tninent authorities beEore. the standing committee" of the s-snate on agricul- ture and forestry. One of these by W. saxby Blair; professor .of horti- culture, Macdonnld College, 'Quebec, deals witlr Ihe growing of garden ve- getables. After pointing out certain important details more, or less com- mon in their application to all vege- table the author follows with more specific, information rotative to the growing of many of the principal vegetable crops grown in try. Among other Important points taken up are the construction and management of hot beds and cold frames, kinds and application of man- ures, 111 successions! sowings, etc. Among the crops dealt with arc onions, cauliflower, celery, melons, parsnips, beets, salsify, egg 'plants, spinach, swnet herbs, as- paragus, etc. Of all these and other .losirable varieties are named. This paper is Issued as a. pamphlet of sev- enteen pages and Is belng'dislribuled free by tho publications branch of the department of agriculture at Ot-i tawa, Yacht Enamel is brilliant and dura ble; it preserves and beautifies the boat and adds that extra zest which makes boating such sport. Try it on your boat and win the pennant. All colors sold by leading crs. Write today for free book of "Suggest Ions "--for paint users. G.F.STEPHENS .RftlNT AND VARNISH MAICER5 "WINNIPEO.CANADA BIG DELEGATIONS ATTENDED ORANGE TOO MUCH RAIN IN PASS Hilloirest. July Hillcres.t looki a deserted town today, nearly hal the male population and a large num- ber of the fairer sex having gone to Pincher Creek. The Orangemen, of the Pass are holding' their annual celebration at Pincher Creek today and if all the members of that Order are as enthusiastic as the .Orangemen of Ilillcrest vhere can be no doubt ot the suecess of this meeting of the Lodges of the Order in the Crows Nest Pass. .For the past month the interest 'in the .doings at tho prairie town un the has 'been steadily growing, and at. Hilldrest station on Thursday evening the climax was reached when the whole population of licllevue and Hillcrest turned out and saw their friends and relatives-off on the eastbound train. At ,the station it was noticed that bowlers, Christy stiffs, or hard hats (as one pleaew to designate that particular atrocity civilization) were de rigeur, while a large number of the members of the Order wore their official badges, col- lars and sashes. The banners were proudly exhibited to an admiring crowd when the train pulled' in tlie onlookers found it hard to re- strain a cheer. Quite a bunch of the boys had entrained at Blairmore, from which point the C. P. R; had made arrangements for special fares for this occasion. The Hellevue band and the KMlcrcst baseball team went down and are scheduled to take their part in the celebration." On account of the dance with which this particular "glorious Twelfth" wind up more than half of the visitors from 1-JH intend staying over until Saturday. With anything like decent weather Pincher1 Creek should "do herself proud" during the celebration and, knowing a "little of 'this town t a railroad reason to that thfir expecta- tions of A good time were fully real- ized 'I he -much anticipated 'football match between. -Klairmorc and Hill- tcheriulcd to take plate at Ilillcrest on Wednesday evening last was postponed at the eleventh hour on account of the ram which had been. steadily falling for the greater part of the A game w ith any thin approichmg real plav would h.n been an utter impossibility, the ground being thoroughly water soak- ed, while all the hollow places were with water: 'Arrangements have heen made foi the game to be played next evening and all are an- xioi'sU hoping that the weather will lake more favorable aspect and of the ground being in some- thing like good shape for this all im- portant match in "the Alberta Pass League. Throughout the Pass the last month has seemed to be one contin- ual succession of dismal dreary rainy days, while sunshine has practically become a word with no part cular significance to those living in this Ili'lcrest has an admirable natural drainage system, hut the mud. remains from one shower to an- othert and .it times one. is tempted to wish .for some of the heat that, the .east is experiencing at the time. For days at a time Ihn sum- mits of the surrounding mouritairs arc hidden in the, clouds, .the clou sometimes reaching down almost to the town itself. "Absence nuilifls the heart grow fonder V and whfiii Old .Sol reappears he is, assured ;i hearty welcome in all the Pass towns. H. ,r.- Cunningham has made ar- rangements with George wi' the latter gentleman assumes of the dining rorm the Union hotel here. Since "his rival in Ilillcrest a few months ago Mr. Brown has proved from the var- ious successes. .lift has had 'in the .dil- fcrcnt lines io which he has applied himself that he is. a. business '.man of no mean ability, and there is not the slightest reason for doubting his success in his latest venture. The Union hotel has always been .one of Ihe most popular hoMelnes in the Pass and with George acting iKe of the prmcilnal new hroom the hotel is destined (o become one of the best, advcr.tiscnichls possible .for the foicmosfi milling town in the easlor.i pass. Ihe of at- j NEW MAN FOR MIDDLESEX SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE Hayr Hdw. Co, London, Ont., July opening up of the East scat In the legislature'through the death of Mr. Robert Sutherland, M.P.P., wll pro- bably mean (he-nomination of a new Conservative candidate, one of the names mcnUoncd prominently being that of n. Frank Third Avenue Business Site--3 lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 1189, 1210, 1007. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE' SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "An Old Eitibllihcd Firm of Good Riputt." Residential Site Block 128 On Car Line One Pair lots, high and level, facing oar track. You know as well as we do that this is choice property and will increase in value. PKICE One-Third Cash The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Block Eighty Lots in North Lethbridge Each. Terms: a Month Liberal Discount for Bulk Sale APPLY TO OWNER 206 Sherlock Building LAND BUYERS Write us for right prlcei, cash payment and terms on large and small tracts inl dir- ect line "of the Lethbridge and extensions. ATLANTIC-PACIFIC LAND SYNDICATE Minn. LEAVES BUSINESS TO ALL HIS STAFF They Will Turn It Stock Company And Honor Him Berlin, July German mer- chant, named Hinkel, resident'in.Mos- cow, lias bequeathed his fortune; am- ounting to to his emjilojes Through the dead man's munifi- cence, several :dozen book- k-sepers, porters-'and ('door- keepers Euddenlj find hemseheB rais- ed to affluence'and partnership in. ;a well-established and lucrative bus! ness. All: members of ths staff .who. have worked with tiie testator for at least five years, share In the bequest. 'Their portions are to .b-a .reckoned on the basis of the first annual wage multiplied .by' the number of years they have been in his service. Those who have worked for the.firm less than live years are lo receive, a joint sum of which is to be according to wages and length of service. The testaor also left 000 to the poor of Moscow, The staff have decided io organize the btiafnesa inherited by. them.into n joint slock company. They have also decided to erect, a handsome atono over their benefactor's grave, to build an 'aay.lum 'hearing his name, and to continue contributing to vari- ous charities which Ihe merchant supported during his lifetime. FOR SALE Hv Ownctr Two brick houses; on 12th Street, standing on 71 .ft. by 120 ft. 12, lots in Bow Island Four lots in Taber Apply for price tti Box 642 Lethbridge For a Few Days Only 2 lots block 24 Duff pair- HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. .7th Stre.l ;