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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 15. 1012 THE LETIIRRIPGE DAILY HERALD, You can get a "Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page Buys 150 leet frontage .facing street rail- way track in South Lellibridge.' 1600 cash, 3 and 6 months. This snap will only be on the market for a few days. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see _i MITFORD COMPANY FOR SALE 7 roomed- fully, modern cottage, hen', on one one of the best locations In the at; Price lor a lew only, Terms, 'cash, balance easy. Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited PHONE 1Z14 Splendid New Four-Room Cottage "Bath room, panUy, etc., on J2th St. B. facing east. cash, bal- ance per month. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHON! IM Fire Insurance Money to Loan 2 lots, on London Eoad, Elk. 129 ea. 4 7-10 acres for 13500; easy terms The C. B. Bowman Agency A6AOIA 1LOCK. PHONE 1JJL NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT-OF B. C. government report! of j same: "The Nechaco with its valleys, and neb deposit, offers special Inducements to farmers Its advantages are nunv, the land is level, the soil It rlct and to a great extent open, the climate Is mild, the prm ctyal crops can be without trouble "The'soil everywhere of the richest quality. It is composed of fine deposit soil with clay inlxafl. Not only is the gram .'very lujuriant .but In the wooded portions, pea vines and vetches, of dllte'rent -species grow to such a height that it renders traveling very diflcult" Price 115.00 per acre; -HOO oih, 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.ajid Life Insurance Money to Loan Rggm 12, Hull Slock, Phont doom 207, Tampleton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta Phone 5. i For Quick Sale hilf-Mction, 3 miles from Weyburn line, per Cath. arrnnged on eny terms. AlberU-Britifb Columbia Und Co. Ltd. It 721 0. L. KIMiALL, Mantgir This Space For a Bill of Particulars. Jt is going1 to in- terest you folks, right here in Lethbridgc. O. T. LATHROP r 'i ttaffortf Bitch i MAGRATH TO HAVE BIG CELEBRATIO1N Magrath, July 24th of July will lie a red letter day in Alagrath thin year, it being pioneer and Ma- firath day, and the biggest, brightest and best celebration (hat. hna .ever been held hero Tho- le wn council has taken the demon- Btratlon In hand, and thy mayor has energetic commfltee, with Bishop Harker as chairman. Sub- committees have also been appointed and they are now bending every effort to mako the day a 'success. A special invitation is extended to the citizens of the sister towns to visit us on that date, and be our guests. The general committee is as follows: j fJJshop HarkQiv Godfrey and George The the day will elude; the Electric Th atre In'ifco inornlnkt prefaced 'by th tiring of cannon aud the serenade the band; two ball games, foot an hprso- races, children races, Hroworks display, and couclu ed by a grand 1 ball at night. An e fort is blng made'to get the Let: bridge'ball team out Eor one of th games. Liberal prizes are being o fered, and the celebra-tioiv promise to totally eclipse anything-that ha been held here'for.years. CROW'S NEST TO HAVE A CHURCH P. R. GIVING SERI. IN THE MINES Coleman, Alta., July Manuel, proprietor of the Frank hotel, Prink, ha.s Commenced active operations on his new edifice at Burmis, to be known as trie Burmis hotel.' A force of men are at present em- ployed fn excavating at the site of the new C. P. R. depot at Burmis. J. iT. Stirling.of Edmonton, provin- cial mine inspector, is a guest at the Rocky Mountain sanatorium. Frank Mr. Stirling Is engaged in making an exhaustive and thorough investiga- tion of the condition of Turtle mdun tain and his. report on the.subject is awaited with much interest by the citizens "of Frank The International Coal and Coke Co. Ltd., of Coleman, are installing a, high pressuTe Rand drill compressor at their York Creek' property. -De velopment work, in this mine is pro- ceeding rapidly and "the output stead- ily increasing It is the intention of the citizens of Coleman to petition the government to have- the cuspms department de- signate this town aa an official port- al-entry. Fourteen thousand dollars is 'the annual firms of the town alone not'tak- ing into consideration numerous smai ler concerns. A largely signed peti- tion will be .forwarded in course, of a few days to the honorable min- ister of customs, requesting, that the claims.'Of the'citizens ofiColeman, in this regard be speedily "recognized. Picturesque little Ci-ows NesU-the Lucerne of the American continent is to have a church. Formerly religious services were held in a" tent or not a all, but a few of the -more enterpris ing brethren got together and that a permanent -place of; worship was necessary for ,the spiritual fare of the community. As a result of their efforts the C.P.R. are grant- ing a site and Andy Good, the mayor of that progressive burs will .come through" with a handsome donation. The structure will be completed in the course of a few'weeks and 'will be controlled by the Presbytery of Al- berta. Joe Merino, contractor of Blair- more, was a business visitor man today, A regretable accident occurred the Hillcrest mines on Thursday 'last, when Lias Litherland, a miner, was seriously injurtd ahout the hip and highs a premauuo blast The unfortunate victim was conveyed to the hospital where hip injuries were Attended to by Dr. Row, .Hiis condi- tion is .critical For assaulting Con.Bilik, an Au rian namedr-Johii.. P mjuk appeared before the beak at the R N W M P barracks this evening and ed one .dollar and costs. S. vking of Sen- tinel, was a business to Cqle- man, CO-OPERATIVE STORES SUCCESS HILLCREST STORE IS TO STAR' BRANCHES. IN..OTHER PASS Hilicrest; it incorporation the; THHlcrest Co-opei ative Society 'lias more than realize the hopes and aims of its organizer: These aims were to es tablish a known Cc operative principles1] where the stoc would be held. ,'fay the miners, th stock carried would be always fresh the prices reasonable and the stor itself'run en businesslike lines. Th secured the services of F Long, and during, the three -months 6 so he has 'been running the store th- in embers -of-.-the society have, hai ample' proof of the abilities ani A FREAK CALF Peterboro, July freak calf is eported from the farm of A. Nisbett, Otonnbec, -it'! having been born with ix legs. Death followed soon after airth -and. Mr. Nisbett, has handed ver the carcass to B. -Hudson, the axidermist, with orders to-g've it a ife-like appearance. sterling of the! manager. When Uhe society opener up tlieir first store, in Hill crest las April the manager, ,'was able to loo, after the business ..himself, 'but during the store has been transacting- the popularity of forced the manage ment assistantE to cope the daiU increasing number customers. The store has a stock o goods .second to-none-in the Pass shera stocks similar :to that Carried at the" Hillcrest afoVe will be handle: to the .great convenience of the so ciety's numerous customerB in'those towns.- Necessarily a -work 6i "this the requires care fill .consideration if interests of all concerned are fo be- obsened out nith the succeee thej "had witu -their .first store; the sharehold- ers.- are confident that -by enlarging the society's business territory it :wii; be only a question of' time until all the surrounding towns are sery-sd by .flourishing-branches of the Hillcrest Cooperative Society. KING TO OPEN IT BY CABLE St. Johns, Nflri., July the new Grenfell building- in this .city, as it is commonly kncmn, though officiiU designation is The King George ,V. erected by Hbyal National Mission to Deep Sea fishermen and. the ..Grenfeli Associa- tion of Ameiica, is to opened by, tlis Majesty, King. George who 'will transmit a signal by cable from Buckingham Palace in London when the main doors will be opened, the ceremonies in St. Johns ng under the presidency, of the deputy governor of the colony, Chief Justice Sir Win. Henry in the-absence of the governor, Sir R, 'hampneys Williams, who is unavoid- ably, engaged iri making an official visitation of (he south and west coast. 4 KENOSHA STRUCK BY CYCLONE kenosha, Wis., July wo- lan is dead and many persons arc ijured as the result of a cyclone hich swept through ihc suburbs of le city of Kunosha Jnat after three clock this morning. The storm was IB uuvo'.'c in sec-. on of thn state for many years, ousei wcre-'blown' doivn. trees HP: ooteri; hirns collapsed, and' cropV lined by the'force of the! storm.' Mrs. Prlntz. of South Kenosha', was kill- d by the shock of the storm. Mrs. lntu was about to become a mother lien the cyclone, struck, and she ed from the shock. The home of apialn' P. at South Kenoslia', was destroyed and Nelson was found buried in the debris an hour later. He was unconscious when found. Many oiher'people had minor injur- ler but none of them regarded as serious. Telephone and telegraph connections in the stricken districts Ulli. uh. 11 Brtili IIIU IliUil uf the cyclone WHS littlo over half -A- mile in'width. In'this territory prac- tically eveiything was ruined. The tracks of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad were washed Hussel, Kenosha county, neccssitat- 'ing'the abandonment of freight.- Iraf- 'fie and the1 runnliig of paaBenger trains over the line of the Chicago and Northwestern via Corllsg, HOW WELLAND'8 POPULATION GROWS Portu-' gucso woman 'wclgbing less 6 Ihnn one hundred pounds, and employed In one of ics here, has Just "given birth to four children. Ten mouths ago she had one child, BO her record now is five "Mn, ten i WAPELLA HAD CYCLONE IN 1910 MAN TELLS OF STORM THAT WRECKED KILLED Hegina, July that some pretty severe cyclones have been experienced in "this prQvinO''be- iore the recent occurrence in Reglna is given by C. is in the office of R J. engineer and contractor, Northern' 'Bank juilding. "In said to a re- porter; "I 'was on-a farm at Wapella. In that year we experienced a cyclone which for severity was quite up to that of June 30. "The storm came up precisely as did the recent one. black cloud, preceded by another -funnel- shaped and of a brownish color. Then came a terrific wind, which carried all before it. Farm buildings were duced to matchwood snd carried for miles on the prairie, houses and barns were demolished, a ichool house was wrecked, and five'persons' lost CB 'A section house -was rolled over 2S times by the wind." 'How do" you know-how many timei turned sked. 'Because every time" building rolled over a huge in he mud and I counted 28 plied Mr. Bizzell promptly. "Under a tove In. he .added, ''the body of a child, was. found. The standing wheat drHen back into :the-ground.--The grain in stock was practically ruined; all bad o foe tied over, again. 'One man hud a granary of oats destroved, and the oats eyclonsd or miles along the.Qu'Appelle Valley: Next year fourteen different md fine crops of oats without planting them. 'A blacksmith's shop and buggy hed collapsed, the walls, roof, etc, icing piled up as if the work .had ieen done human'hands. On the op of .this -pile rested a brand niggj On a prostiate window rested a buggy and'apt'one lane cf glass broken. 'Hundreds of cattle .w.ere killed and he barn disappeared while binder was turned completely up- jde down, and other pranks played y the storm .which would "parallel; nything 'thnt happened in Regina a eek ago Sunday." DROWNED IN.SIGHT OF MANY PEOPLE Calgary, July about in the chilly waten of the Bow river for ten mlnutts, while he clung desperately to a cable in an attempt to save himaelf, Joaeph Donaldson, aged 15 yean old, was slowly drowned here y'etter'day in the presence of a number of per- unable'to lend any arice on account of the swollen condition of the stream. Don- aldson and a companion were swept from a raft when it wai swung under a'steel cable across the river. The companion reach- ed shore In an exhautted condi- tion white Donaldson: iwept to hit death after making a heart- breaking" struggle in the swift waters. Third Avenue Business 3 lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Ertato Financial Broken DOMINION i'.OCK. PHONE 1210, The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LITHSRIDOI "An Old firm of Residential Site Block 128 On Car Line One Pair lots, higk and level, facing oar track. You know, as well ae we do that this is choice property and will increase rapidly in value. PRICE One- Third OasK The Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Bloek Lund Land Dcv't Co., Ltd. P. LuAd, President HEAD OFFICE CEANBSOOK! B.C. See us about'lands ,in the Beautiful Ko'otenay Valley Ml- Orchard and'Gar den Tracts t Visit Otir Experimental Farms at C., MARYSVILLE, B. C. North Lethbridgc j 5 lots-facing ,east on 18th St., Jforth (Me- KiJlop St.) 'each; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6, and 9 months', per cent. We will a single lot, s, jv Mr, Smith's refuaaKofithe is looked upon ae unfortunate at thlv time, as the oDeningiof ia only a little over a. month Sir .Rodolph'e Forget inff Cape St. Charles, Labrador all the. year round port. For a Few Days Only 2 lots block 24 Duff pair HOUSES TO RENT. -IHONtV TO J'H Tbe Land Co, BWf. MMtM4 ;