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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y 20, 1012 THE Y TTEKALD You can get a "Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this Dice f >O Buys 150 feet frontage lacing street rail- way brack in South LcFhbridge.- '6600 o'as'h, 3 and 6 months. This snap will only he on the market for a few days. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY MONEY TO LOAN 3 choice lots on 7th Si South, cloec in fon .a few rtaja onlv, Price J1000 each, terms oue-third cash balance in toui and eight mos FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH PHONE Splendid New Four-Room Cottage Bath room, pantry, etc on 12th St. B. ]ST., facing east. Price bal- ance per month. 1-1 1 T1 1 North Lethbridge Realty Co. Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully modern house, with or without furniture; close iii. The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE USJ. NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B; C. government', reporta'. of. aamg; "The Nechaco with its lerel valleys, and rich deposit, special inducements to farmers Its advantages are manj the land is level, the soil It rtch and to a great open, the climate is mild, the prin clpal'crops can be 'grown without trouble "The everywhere is of the richest qualitv It is composed of. depoelt soil claj subsoil Not onlj is the grass veiy luxuriant on the prairies, but in the wooded portions, pea vines and vetchea of different species grow to such a height that it renders traveling very difficult" Prin per acre, tlOO cash, balance monthly, The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Bile. 323 5th St. Upstairs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS' 'Fire and. doom II, Hull Block, Ltthbrldge, Phone Room 207, Ttmpleton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta, Phone 5 Money to 'Loan MAGRATH PREPARES A HEARTY WELCOME TO THE CONTINGENT OF BOOST- ERS.FROM BIG CELEBRATION July Magrath Board of Trade is now working on various questions of public interest, and tonight a meeting will be held in the town hall, to arrange for a re- ception in honor of. the-Dry Farming boosters, who will'make a aton-ovcr ai Mtigrath of about one half hour on their excursion to CarSston. Regular meetings are held, and much interest is manifested in the work of 'the Board. While nothing definite' has been decided on in the matter of en- tertainment of the visitors from L-efhbridgc, si'Veral plans will he pre- sented and the proposition thorough- h Magrnlh is ho'd a big celebration 'that day, but this will in no way interfere with (lie reception that will be given to Ihc Farm- ing Excursionists. Other mailer ot supreme moment to the comimmilv will also come up for consideration On the evening of the 23rd, tho' Board ol Trade will give a grand concert as a means of producing funds to defrav the expenses of the board lor thli, vear I'hev have shouldered a heavier load this vear than in an) other lcai in Ihc. historv 01 the town, but the town is getting full value, as Magrath have never been so much in the limelight as it, is at the iresent. Hundreds of. dollars have :iern spent in the .publicity campaign, and the running expenses of (ho or- ganization have been unusually high, owing., to (he crest volume of bnsi- -ness anil communication that is done. lUllIc the Hoanl 11, m good standing financially thus far, the officers see tbat this fall tliev will nred'consid- erable r In view of this fact, It was suggested thai something he done to raise means during the sum- mer, with thc'resnlt that .a'concert was planned Thr movement glow and now it is a fixed event, and will take place m the Plcctric thealie, on the evening of the 23rd, mst Tbe veiv best talent in the town will ipii- dei numbers, and Ihc Hoard of Hade guarantees th'c'public a; tertainmcnt, Xcxt Sunday evening the Mutual Improvement association will ho'ld a special meet'iig n Hie auditorium of j the public school, to which the pub- lic are invited lo attend Speakers will he present from Raymond, iaA reports .of the recent convention, -in Salt I akc will be given bv B Spen- cer Young and Mrs. Pansv Gordon, who attended the conference'. Winn Woollcy, who left Magrath rc- cenllj foi Sail Lake Citv, leaves on Ihc 2Tfh inst for hicago, be OPPOSED TO PARCELS POST Board of Trade Think; Time is Not Yet Op- portune Passed a resoliitip.il .expressing, the view that thc: time .-is riot yet oppor- tune for the extension of the parcels postsystem in Canada. Decided to call a .mass, meeting lo urge ilpon'-thc government the neces- sity of .starting -erection of tbe new post, office here. These were' outstanding fea- tures of -the meeting of the Bqard of Tiade, last mght It was A quiet, businesslike meeting presided ovor by A. H; :.McKeown In the absence of the president and vice, president. There was a fair .attendance and it was all over shortly after ten o'clock, a fact which the -members seemed to appreciate The discussion on the panels post occupied the, greater part of the time. It was broughtitip by the reading of a communication from the commis sioher of the boards-'of Hrado of Sou- thern Alberta, :asking for an opinion on the question in connection with a referendum being .taken among the affiliated boards The concensus oft-cpinion seemed to be that the extension cf the parcels post was merely facilities for building up catalogue houses and killing off the smaller towns It was thought by some that the parcels post would bring the express companies to time and cause a reduc- tion in .rates. Rev.. who favored the. parcels post; held :that it would build :up .local rtrade rin that stuff would' bethought'locally for sending away. Lot 6. Block 2-1, Parkdtle. 2 lots in Pmcher 40 acres.on. the: Kootcnav lakes, about 7 miles from Kootenay landing. The above is all my own pro- pert) and you have to commis- sions For prices and terms call at Frank H.W.Thomi 1309-9th Ave. S. FATHER PUNISHED Hit IN THE COURT Edwards, Mrs." Pember, .vice presi- dents, Mrs. Morgan, secretary treas- urer, and every one present a mem. her, -twenty-fire ladles were present at tho meeting which was held'at the. home of Mrs. Grady. Wheat cutting will begin next week. Winter wheat: Is ripening very fast, and Is a good crop. I Gavf Him Ten Laihei on Magistrate'! Order for Assaulting Girl St Thomai. Jul.v a 17- was brought, before-'Coun- ty Police Magistrate Hunt 'ot' St. Thomas, and pleaded guilty of' com- mittins an. assault on H girl, the. magistrate jtave tbe boy's father Ihe option'of administering A whipping in lad sent to the penitentiary tor a doming. The father accepted pro- posal, and with a rawhide he hadipur. chas'ed plied heavy blows .on the boy's bared back In the eourt room. At the fifteenth