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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta WedneiMUy, nTy 17. 1 DAILY HERALD You can get a "Lot "-for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page Buys' 150..fee.t frontage facing street rail- way tfack South Lethbridge. cash, 8 and 6 months. This1 snap will only be on the market for a few days. F. C. Lowes Co. Baltnofal Btk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY FOR SALE 7 roemd 'fully modern cottage, new, and one-half lots to one of the best locations in the citj. Price for a days oiily, cash, .balance easy, Alberta LMH and Investment Co., Limited 1Z14 Svlemlid New Four-Room Cottage Bath room, pantry, etc on 12th St. facing east. Price cash, Bal- ance per month. North LctliWidge Realty Co. PHONE Fire Insurance Money to Loan 2 lots on London fioad, Blk. 129 ;ea. A 7-10' a'cres lor 13500; easy, terms. The C. B. Bowman Agency SLOCK. PHONE tUt. f NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN B. C. Here ire the Government reports of aame; "The Necnaco wntb leiel i alleys, and rich deposit, offers special inducements to farmers Its are many; tbe land ,is level, the soil rich and to a. great open, the climate is miW; the prin- cipal cfeps can be grown without trouble..- everywhere Is of the richest quality. U is compelled fine deposit .soil. with clay subsoil. Not, only 1> the very Inmriarl on the but m the wooded portions; pea vines nod retoaes of different species grow to such, a height that It naiern traveling very aiDeuH Price per acre, 1100 cash, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Flra and Life Insurance .....Money to Loan 12, Hull deck, L.therleg.. Phone 7M. Room Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alia., Phone 5. THE EVOLUTION OF A CANADIAN FARM (Newton Wylfe in Toronto Globo) Seldom had mel and drawn up a progrim tthich last about one hour. It consisted of the following numbers Oerture, Band ocation II 1 lor. Maple Leil a chorus o! unici the direction of Mrs Als- ton: oration, W. Jacobs, of Cards ton stump speech 0 M Pope solo Mis Lima Karren piano solo Miss Sue Stac cy Reading, Miss Myrtle Nortpn. vocal solo Miss Uuton bant solo, Lvnn Gihb .MG.ori. Save the king, bj the bind and the congrega- tion, The program will.be rendered on'a temporary stand, immediately front- ing ihe grandstand and it vill he possible to distinctly bear the num- bers in every portion of the striic: ture. Attention was-given to the band a riifierence of opinion seeming to ex- si, in this Mr, Rasmussen said, that inasmuch as the local band was not in first-class condition and ti not practiced for so long time, he was convinced that it woul advisable lo secure the services oi j a band that was in trim, suggesting the Raymond band. C. V; Harris, -John H. Turner, W H. Hindley and G. W. Heathershav all save .their views on the subject. Tlicv felt that the local band should i be employed. They had always been on hand to render music, in face of the fact that they bad not always been accorded t ho host of treatment. Their mtisx was appreciated by. the people, and Mv. Hintlloy moved that the Magrath band be secured for the day. This was passed unanimously, and .lohn II. Turner and C. V. Har- ris were appointed a committee to confer with thai orgamv.ation. Mr. Hasmusscn fell in with the majority, .and snid he would -aid the band in way possible. Finances were dealt with and ac- tive steps will ho takrn to raise Ihe necessary funds. The athletic com- mittee promised a fine program to be announced later. A MOTORING .MARVEL New York, July au- tomobile accident, which In some respects wae the most're- markable ever 'witnessed on. a New York .track, 'occurred the Conej island motordiome shortly midnight. Two .machines wero racing at fifty miles an hour around the sau- cei track which hag A aUnt oE uearlj 60 degrees when sutf denlj a fonvsfd axle broke on the car driven .by George Cb'c-k. Auromobile and "driver turned a somersault ffo.m.'th'e.top rim the track, and at. the same time the otliei ear drhen bj Jack Randall, shot beneath the EOtiKriaiiHing machine, 'and contfnueq ou around track in To get an estate of In France left to the cily of Montreal H would cost' twice that in legal fees anri-Buc- cession duties, w thu city will not claim it. HAS BANK OF MONTREAL STOCK Sir Wm. Macdonald'i Holdings at. Pre- sent Worth About Ottawa Julj to the annual blue book, issued by the partment of Finance, giving the list 'hank shareholders in Canada. Sir William Macdonald of Montreal Is the largest individual owner of bank stock in Canada. He has '5555 shares of Bank ofMUontreal stock, which, at the present selling price, are worth about in holds -1140 shares of Bank of slock, worth about Others of the larger sharebolders'.lnclude Hoii. Geo, A. Cox, who has 4524 shares in the Bank of Commerce; Sir Edmund Hr, 'wjio has 1400..Dominion Bank shares, and Lord Strathconai ,who has 2777 shares i" the'Bank of Montreal Engineering Crews Have Started Wor] (Continued from front NELSON NOW HAS AUTOMOBILE Nelson, July streets 'will hencefonth resound with the chug chug of the automobile exhuuBt and the screech of horn, and the streets, so far claimed by the horse as Its exclusive property, will be the avenue of travel for the horseless car- riage Paul Nipou's four cylinder, 20 horse power, combination tourist and deliv- ery car. has arrived in' thL city .from Cranbrook. This is the first auto- mobile to be seen in Nelson in recent Start Year Plans are umter way to gn Ing work early next geuon, when-th laying of will also be and. in two re, according- to cnt the line is .'to be'1 operation from Edmonton to the shor of Lake Athabasca, opening to com mcrcial development the vast and timber wealth of est north; cpmpuiy will then proceed with the construction of th line in 'tbe province of The Edmonton cut-off 'will be bui later. The line from, Lake westerly, will .tap rlob resources of the newest north, oon tiuulng thence to the Pacific The Northern Territorial Raliwa company will operate a lino of steam ships from its Bay termini to a British port. in th employ of the corporation have mad a study of the construction of ice breakers in the Battle, and are now working on designs of veiselg cap able of meeting tbe. abnormal 'cond tions which prevail in the bay. The Will also superintend the building the fleet. A Empire The completion of the means the opening of a vast empire which, only a few ..years ago was; re- garded as a barren and .usefu only as a hunting ground for. fur-true er and the sportsman. will .criss-cross the, northern part.o the province of Alberta1 with. develop ment lines and shift its. centre of grai ity and of. population many north ward, "and" with the developmen of the resources of the Athabasca country there will be created pqpu loug towns and cltiee and the [ishment cf -manufactories on the rim of the Arctic, circle, reclaiming a. vori .able wilderness to the iises of man. Another Important outlet for' th north country1 is' a system projectet the Alberta, Peace River fc East erri Railway company, capitalized a under a charter granted by .the Dominion government in 1910 -i.-Muskott-King, president of tne-eor poratlon, now on Mhe.'Wiy to London :o confer -with British capitaliatE in terested in the enterprJi.e, said In the course of an 'interview Xfl hile In Bd J monton j-, "I am greatly imprcMed with th country and its possibilities. I have spent a month looking it i all arid much I was tplt about It. T.he railroad is going to go .hroiigh." Starts The route .for which 'the charter was granted begins at tbe intwnation .1 'boundary, southeast of Pincher Creek, Alia., and runs thence to Pin cher Creek, thence northerly and vest of Pigeon Lake, west of 'Edmonton and thence to (the heart of the River country, and from there direct- ly east to a -point on Hudson's Bay, also westward" from Fort McMurra'y to Peace River Landing- and to the Pacific coast. The present charter is a combina- tion of i outes previously chartered under the Dominion and 'Provincial governments. for practic- ally the same route, with tion of the easterly portion, from the Peace River country to Hudson's Bay are held by the Canadian Northern and the Pacific companies. which, however, not done-' any of the construction work for tinder their charters. The Provincial government of Al- berta already. guaranteed bonds covering that portion of the line of the Alberta, Peace River and Eastern Railway between Pincher Creek and a point west of Edmonton Premier, Siftoh, when .seen at the government building today, expressed the opinion .that fiOO more miles railway will be in operation at Lhe opening of the. .next session ,of legislature than when the last session s prorogued. This estimate, he addj ed, does not include' the on the main lines of the transcontinental roads, now building westward, .which THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes rirniiM INTOHMATTON APW.T TO Lethbridge Branch C G. L Nourse. Wgr, Third Avenue Business Site--3 lots block 14 Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Broken DOMINION BLOCK. PHONsX N01. 11M. The H. MACBETH AGENCY 11 FIRE INtUHANCE REAL LITHBRIDOt 1 "An Old CiUbllihtd firm of Geeid Residential Site Block 12S On Car Line One Pair lots, high and level, facing car track. You know as well as we do that this is choice property, and wilF increase in value. j PRICE 91350.00 One-Third Cash" The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Block GOQD BUYING .Lota u to 34, Block J, 3 tots llth Strtet.SwHh, on ........MM 6 lolB corner on Tth Arentw South ...................HW 2ngeles, Cal, 'July S orman of Gardens ik owner in .mnle of what laid to be the, eat parcel of land erer-riTep to a lili- ant by a court of record in a to uit title. The land comuriiea ..a, strip tone ntilionth of a inch facing on iry street, een Weotem and Nor- mandl enuei imGardena. The itrip n a depth of uu feet If j ou want to rite the- of ibf and in put down a decimal wlnt. write after it siity-thrw n'd the figure 1. The decision whereby theiliLlefot he land was cleared made today y Judge Houser of the Supreme 'jourt WANT CANON WELCH' BACK. Toronto, Inly Rev Canon Velch Viotr of Wakofield, and for- mertj rector of St Jamea' Cathedral, Toronto, prom lied !o soon-; become ne of the moit distlngutehed men In o church, and thatHhe) Canadian hurch wat doing utmoit to in nee him to return to the Dominion, while the rhiwch In England was hard to keep him In he aid countrj, the iade by Rev Dr. Temple S Boyle Trinity College, on the occ'aaioa f the to the parish o( or I. R. H, ic neu rector, ulio has just n the city from England. 7 Roomed Cottage TJp-to date, iust finished, on. lot 31'J 125, all material in this bouse is Al and is finlshwl inside out by work- majship. -Call and- 1309-9U) S lot adjoining the abort property, 31Vi 125. Lot 6, Block 24, Parkdale 2 lots in Pincher City 40 acres on the east of Kootenay lakes, about 7 mllti j from. Kootenay. landing. I The above (s all my oun pro- -jj perty and you no sionB' For prices and' terms call at :j, FraiakH.W.Thomai i 1309-9th Are. S. QUADRUPLE WEDDING Uttie Falls, Minn', Julj of- n doe1; Hjmen find four victims I ne familj on ihc same daV Yet thl! appened in thia citj jesterdaj when and two daughters of ;Mr. and rs George Kay, w ere married on the mily lawn at the-siroe time. The old home will Rcem kinder lone- c' for, a few said' the mother the eight victims of artlng after the qiifldniple, IVC MAJORS-GENERAL NOW IN CANADIAN ARMY Ottawa, July Canadian has now five fullifledged-Miyorn encrsl. Militia ordersiannonce. the omotton of temporary Majors-Gener- D. Otter and C. J. the permanent rank of ano the granting of the same rank Brigadiers Oenerai D. A. Macdenald' H. Cotton C. W. Dniry. Two arrests for Intimidation In con; ectlon Tith the strike of chic labor- at Ottawa were made last even' after t parade of who' orceq workm to NINE DIVORCES DAILY GRANTED IN MICHIGAN Detroit Courts are Concerned over State of Affairs vv Detroit, Mich., Jill} grow-' ing list of applications for divorce.' which is now so great that If has actualh clogged the Detroit coartsj it attracting the serious attention of "tbe clergy of all t denominations in the city and ft movement will shortly be J aunched' to' lessen the increasing numb'er of divorceB. Statistical records show that only six other ritles in the United Statw hate a worse ,dhorce record than Detroit Here there is an average 'of one diTorce for erery lnme mar- 'rtages laet yeftr ithan one divorces were' granted, yearly applications for separa- tions or divorce average five thou. On an average nine divorces granted every1 day in Michigan? The Allan Line will buila new docks at to accommodate two new liners being built in England They .will be.called the Alsatian and CaJ- :garian. A HOUSE SNAP Tor Quick Sale Buys. H room, ern house on nearly 2 lots. Property sll improved way and ac- cording- to .present of lots-anfl: cost of building it would "take 15000 to duplicate this beautiful home. You will have to'.hurry to get it 'price. TO-BENT EV TO The Dowiley Mulhern Und Co. SkmtockBMf. ;