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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD You can get a your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page inside residential or subdivision property ice MifFORD COMPANY 3 choice lots on 7th St., South, close in, lew only, Prlca 11000 etch, terms one-third balance in tour arid eight raos. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE SNAP- MONEY TO LOAN Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Splendid New Four-Room Cottage Bath loom, pantry, etc., on 12th St. B. K, facing'e'ast. Trice 1400 cash, bal- ance per month. North LetKbridge Realty Co. Fire Insurance Money to Loatf TO, roomed fully modern ho.usc, 'witJi or without furniture; close in.' The C. B. Bowman Agency 1LOCK. PHONE 13M. NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B. C. Here' are -rtpiirta of "The Nechaco valleys, tai rich deposit, otfern special inducements to'farmert Its advantages are many; the land is level, the soil U' rich and to a great extent open, the climate is mild, the prin cipal can be grown without trouble "Tb.e everj where of the richeit, qualits It is composed lof with clay nubaoil Not onls is the grass lery luxuriant on the prairies, but m the wooded pea vines ltd diKerent to such a it iery difficult" RrlM 119.00 per acn, 1100 caih, balance monthly. T. H. Stagg Land Co. 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" rirt Insurance Money to Loan Hull Block, LMhbndge, Rhone Boom 207, Temple-ton-.Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone '5. For Quick Sale 'First grocery located, Price -actual-cwt'ot Geod terms. AlberU-BrhSil) Columbia Und Co. Ltd. ItOMO 10 Merleek 721 D. L. KIMBALL, M.nsgeJ Watch This Space BUI Particulars. It is going to in- y6tt f6lks, right here in Lethbridge. O. T. LATHftOP Stafford tloek Loam Residential Site On Car Line One PEIT lots, high and level, facing car truck. Ydti know as well as we do that this is property and will increase rapidly in vulne. PRICE 9135A.OO Qne-Third'Oash The Cascaden Land Co. McDonald Block The R MACBETH AGENCY PMI INCUftANOt REAL EITATE LtTHVRIPat IdMHMml firm of Repute." WESTERN GOVERNORS ARE WORKING HARD Idaho, Washington, Colorado arid Other States are to Bring big Exhibits'to Dry Farming Congress The hearty welcome that has been to the four exposition com- missioners who have boon visiting the state executives and commercial or- ganizations in the United States dis- pels all doubts as to the loyal atti- tude of the people of rhe two great countries and the united desire to aid In the greatest agricultural move- ment of the age, the International Dry Farming Congress. Through the visit of Hon. Duncan Marshall to Ottawa an extensive Can- adian cxh'ibit is assured, and the Do- minion Department of .Agriculture is .actively engaged in assembling it. Mr. Marshall was likewise influential in securing the promise of hearty co- operation of Illinois iind other'middle- western states, 'which are certain1 to be represented by large delegations, including: many bankers and exhibits' from dry-farms in th-eir section. Bankers Will'Be Prominent Daniel Morgan has obained the as- surancc of exhibits and representation by official'delegates from'the states of Washington and Oregon, and through his efforts a. very large exhibit from the Inland Empire.will be sent by the Spokane Chamber of Commerce and the Federated Chambers of Commerce of Washington, Idaho, Montana fliid Oregon. It is even anticipated that the gpvernors of Washington a.nd Oregon will attend, accompanied by agricultural officials and prominent hankers.' M r. is 'en route to California, Nevada, rUtnh and other states, and that he will be as success ful in securing the co-operation of the executives of these he has witii others is assured, Gov. William Spry, writing Duncan Marshall from Salt Lake Gity Utah, shall he glad to meet and confer with .Air. Morgan regarding the coming International Dry Farming Congress I wish to pel onall} thank you.-.for your cordial invitation lo'.the pople of Utah to participate ,in 'this gathering, and take this opportunity of assuring: you of my hearty co-opera- tion with the officials Canada and those having 'the 'Dry-Farming Con- gress In charge to the end that a re- presentative men may present the views of, the 'people of this state at the conference." Governor Hawley Will Attend .Governor James. H. Maw ley of Idaho will, attend the Congtcss, and Gov. Edwin L. Morris (Of Montana will with- out-doubt be in-'attendance, in fact it is rjuite likely thai nearly all of the governors of the northwestern states will head representative delegations of practical-and successful dry-farm- ers in view of the great interest in dry-farming in those states. Gov. Hawley in his letter of. accept- ance of .the invitation sent .by Hon. Duncan .wrote; had the pleasure of "meeting Mr. George Har- the hoard of gov- ernors of your organization, yesterday and we had a "very agreeable Inter- view. He was entertained by the Boise Commercial.jGhib at luncheon, and-I-had the hbncr.of presiding and introducing him. y-Mr. Marcourt made a able .address''arid very greatly Impressed the members of the club with'the necessity of our state making a good, showing.'at .the coming Dry- Farming Congress. I to be present-at and believe there will be a full delegation from Idaho with me on tbat occasion. I would he pleased to co-operate in ev cry way...with yourself and other friends of Aftei'ta in alKmatters tend- ing to make the. coming session of the Congress.a great success United States to Send Federal Exhibit That vSialCH federal -ex- hibit will be a large _one is assured, Congress having appropriated l'6r the. Deps'rtment bf 'Agriculture to assemble and stage the largest exhibit ofjdrvtarmed products ever collected. This work is well under way, Hon. James Wilson, sec: retary of haung taken up the nutter peisonally at the request of His excellency, President whom he is to officially .represent; the Congress The exhibits are being collected 25, dryrf arming .experi- ment stations The Department of Agriculture- is also large niimber-of its-'ableat -investigators to attend- the PHONE LINES FOR FARMERS GOVERNMENT WILL EXTEND 100 MILES OF NEW LINES NORTH OF TABER Over one., hundred mites, of-rural and long distance telephone lines will be constructed in the district; north of Taber this summer, arid the Sun- dial and other districts northeast of the city will soon be connected up with bethbridge by way of 'Diamond City. This was the. information re- ceived this afternoon from G. IS- Burke, of 'the rural line department of the government telephone system went through the city to the purpose of awarding the contractsffor the construction of the line. It is the intention of the telephone system to build a long distance line to Rolling Green, and all farmers' lines will be connected lo toll offices along this line Fro u Sundial a line will be built into Diamond City where it will be connected the ing line f Lethhndge to Diamond City, giving the telephone connection to the SundiaUaftir Turin districts; so long asked for bv the farmers in those districts. COAL COMPANY GOT BEST SITES FRANK-BUSINESS MEN DISPLEAS- ED OVER LOCATION IN NEW TOWNSITE Spasmodic Frank go to show that moving "is, not exactly conducive to among the citizens. The new town site which has been setectedvtp which to move- the of the dirt town seems.-to 'be creating some locfl.1 dis- turbance in the little, ccal town. An executive coniniitieethas been appoint ed to inspect the lots on the new tbwnsite. and reserve- the- best loca- tions for the Frank business firms Some caustic comment is indulged in by 'rhe citizens of-Frank over the action of the Canadian Consolidated Coal Co. in reserving, for themselves six cf the host lots on. the new town- site for their own fun-poses. The opinion seems to be tha't the com- pany ;r should have allowed the ness men to make 'their selections first, the'matter has reached such a heat that some of'ihe citizens clare their intention of refraining 'to move to the new town- ir >the coal company persists in KB action. COAL CITY GETS FINE SEAM OF COAL OF DID QUALITY WHICH STEAM Coal City, July The is now bting worked by Elcan Coal Co. The mine located in the cbulee' to. the nortJrrvett of the town. The seam is, three feet IB thickness. The mine has a clean landstone roof and the mining IB .in the scientific method of, shooting the 'fire clay from under, The oibilitieB of the mine are from 40 to 100 tons of coal day. The coal is drawn from the mine to the, spur by an overhead rope traction. The coal mined is of the finest quality. two companies in Moose Jaw uiing this coal say it compares favorably ith steam coal. The patronage of the manufact- urers of this province is not sought ipon any grounds such as loyalty to home entente but upon the intrin- sic merits of the coal Itself. When the value of the cowl mined the Elcan Coal Co., is realised, the finlcrprlse mine will be working at full tilt all the year round. The wind storm of a ago ver; nearly wrecked the tipple of the Rock Springs mine and woulrJ hfU'C done ao had it not been reinforced with wire. Mr. J. Doran June, !Hugli Gaugr.n' and Mr. A. Young have returned from their homesteads. Mrs. Bell of Stafford .ulhge is usit- ing her rela'tivea here. Mr. Aldus, former .Meihoriist minis- ter here, visited us a few days ago. A. Sale, M.A., preaches in the hail every Sunday afternoon. At the -Methodist services on Sun- day evenhig, there wai a full house. Mr. Fairweather's subject was "A Great Calling." A live Sunday school can be had here if the parents will did us by. sending their children-and endeavoring to be present themselves when possible. On Friday evening commencing at fi p.m., there will be a lawn social S ports 7 will start' at 6.30, and after he sports there will. be an entertain- ment in the. hall. Refreshments, ice cream and The charge is, 20 cents for children and 35 cents. for adults. .The proceeds will go towards furnishing, the parsonage. All are in- vited to this good vtime. Mr. and Mrs., Cook .are. leaving town '.or PaasJjurg. They leave with our good wishes for their future. Parkes was very sud denly on Saturday evening On Sun- day it was "feared, that an operation necessary. This morning lie was rather better tuid "the doctor thought that the; operation could- be dispensed We are glad to'hear of this and wish -him a speedy recoi er; This morning Jack Doran'i team ra'n away anil smashedj.the. tongue of :he wagon. AVbeti the team started up one of Mr." Dorari's younger broth- ers had hold'ofr the lines. The yo.ung- ster pluckily did .his best- to .hold them t was riot- strong enough 'for the task. Me fortunately escaped -without injury- One of the horsey was cut on the hind fetlock. ACCIDENT TO GRANUM PEOPLE LITTLE BOY FELL ON A SLEEPING BABY'S ARM BREAKING IT SAYS U. S. IS ON THE VERGE OF REVOLUTION Washington. D. C., July tor Bailey of Texas in a farewell ad- sK to a acore of his-coHsaguen at a private dinner last night predicted Jf ronditions in Ihs United States :ontinueH to change at, mucli in the next thirty years HS thcyhkve.ln the lust thirty, the country would face a condition parallel to that of French revolution. ".This.rftpuhlic la near a.crisis which IB greater .than the wisest, men lie said, "f do not forget that the French revolution came while the governors were af the theatre, and that they arose from their banquet, tables to come face to face -with vio- lence and hloodshe'd In the streets of Paris. do not say tho United States facing such ft stale of affairs, hut I (Jo maintain that if the next thirty .vetirE the country should conr tinue to change as it HRB in the last thirty, we wUJ find ourselves face lo "with such a. condition at the end s? that time. "You senators and contlnuflri Mr. Bailey, "can prevent this jreat rrlsis, and you will do so if you have the courage to go out and the public the truth. "Every evil which exists in the contitry iunAj OMII. corvecirii Wiui- out tinnier to the principles and poli- r.lPfi upon which UIIH lucuiiiii: founded, anfl it shoultl done. "The impntience of thtr minority, of ft'hich 1 mypelf have been a mem- ber, has -bean largely rnsponsihle for the state of mind of tlic jwople.of Ihe Ilnlteri Rtatep today, for they.hare groanly exaggeratwl Ihe aVtti of the country." Juiv 22. Last Sunday no Ine people of Gramim iiirj 1 to heal Hie chimes of the icw bcli just put in the Catholic :hurch. A babv bov was left at the home of arid Mis." Knolcs on- the 12lb of -July. A young man by the name.'of Edeen :as rim ovcr'hv a water, tank here n Friday aftsrnoon. He was. taken .0 the Mucleod hospital. Jt seems the ypung" fellow had to crawl under the to get i bucket and while he coning out the horse started and the wagon -passed over- his left leg and shouirtei He WAS rendered unconscious and al! 'haste was for town.'The accident happened'fire miles west ot here. A rather unusual accideni occurred here on Saturday afternoon, when 'a little boy about two years of age was lying asleep in the .back of a demo- crat wagon. Another little fellow by the name of Shuman sitting in the scat, lie got to playing and, fell over backwards landing on the little baby's arm and breaking it, just at the elbow. "Hill" Sherman had a very fortun- ate escape on. Saturday evening. Mr. Sncrnian'was leaving town for home and in some way ihe team got be- yond control. The that 'Hill" was thrown out, and! receivipl few cuts .inri bruises on fare and body. Thif is the same team tha't V'oufiji' Kiirrn nil Ftiiiwy. Hurrou's is 'opening up a barber shop on Railway Ave. in the hiiilriinf: next U) SncU'x grocery store. The will be called the 0. K. barber shop. Jack Daley left Jasl for a vacation in the states. .Seven of pipy for the jras line have been unloaded here aii'i teams arc busy hauling them to -the ditching machine The digger is dig- ging this about trn miks east of here. Another dray line has started -here In -town. Jack Swanson.. is handling "ribbons." Say, talk about 4 heat .Just come ip 10 Granutn and it will make y6ur ijes stick out a toot One fxrifcer: irought m some on, Satur'a'af and it measured four jeet and a half Wight and was tilling out Ir. Little Bessie Sttwart gave Her jnts a scare on Thursdav evening, The little one got some poison and drank it Dr McMillian was call- ed on and the little girl was soon jut-on the safe side. Bill Burrows was' a Nusiness visitor .0 C'algarv this week A false fire alarm near .midnight jrnaied the people fi is feli that there is danger of no response when a real (ire starts. i Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY A Financial Broken DOMINION HOCK. PHONE NOS. 1 10W. GOOD BUYING Modern cfiufcUd on 45 by 125.feet, on the aide of Ninth South, near Sixth Avenue, South; All fenced, good ilxM-trtei tnd well groundi. Must be wltf at once Price Good terms L. S. RIPLEY CO. BOW ISLAND Island, luly 23 i A Begira- bal.'of. :Lethbridse, is in town'twlay A large number tmm here looK-ai vantage of th'e excursion to Ex- penmental Farm at iJetkbrldft tojjay Machine men "re all busily engaged in seUini up bindeis to help harvest our L The ball gamt on Friday night Imt, local team and the Bur dett nine a. close shave for the boji, but the} managed to get away with the Irni end the' score The new tennis court has com- pleted and those who so raised blisters on their hind! to bring afcout that end_ complimeiit- on the fine appearance of court. f 4 s B L Jamieson was vuiWr to tlw Hat on Friday list Mr Bruce, of Orillia, Ont, pre- sent visrtin'g his The majority of the buiineas placet town are-loolfng' spick1 in nsw coats of paint HOSMEJl Hcsmer, July 22 fuller aim- ed on Monday morning's from the Bast, on a visit aon, Mr. H. B. of this'place. Bob 'Alderson -went-to; on Saturrtav mtb thev fcetball but didn't manage to get back until Moa- daj morning There must be some attraction in Coleman chat not of !'e slti te Hcb round again and getting M.iin haritlv without gtnlal T William, govcrnnwt in- spector, was in town on Moftday Dcn'l tkat ial echool meeting yet, a> very long time to commenc4VfleBt of new tsrm. and we should like to near that eenethtnc ii-txtag THREE THAIHMIN Vaneouvtr. .lulr a collieim wnleli took :plam. Mtww trains Mil of Spence o'elMk three ft the awn train were baKlr tnjiired. Adams wu injured about, the haad and hit condition Is wrtww. man C. Alban 4 fraMiare two ribs., and Rrakeman -Buahllne was cut about the face aiul ihis left arm broken, the'trick at 7.30 o'clock-thla morning. A LAWYER IN OUGRACC Vancouver, July .jmc wan stricken from Ihc H. C. beachers today. As a lawrer, Mr. Rrant h'ad charged froei both In an action arising out 'of a breach of .In Sesttle millionaire had atttle- lent of caih. 7 Roomed Cottage Up-to-date, Jnsl. finished, on lot 31 x US. all material In.thli, house li Al and it flnllhtd iniide and out by the best woik Call and One lot adjdininf property, Silt I US Lot 6, Bkick 24, 2 lots in Pincher City. 40 acres on the etvt Kootenay lakes, about 7 mllea from Kootenay JaAding The above is all my own tn- perty and jou have no.oomniiw For prices and term ull Frank H.W. Thomas 1309-9th' Avc; S. For Sale A perfect louth half MC. 32-5-15 west meridwn near War- ner. Price tfMt per acre thu week only E.T. Nichols Alexandra Hetel COMMITTEE ON FARM MANAGEMENT ChaimMn Hurray, of tkw Management Section of next Con- has'selected a'comniUiavlta: aid him In the development of moat important sectional work Boss. of the dlrfalM farm management of tile of' Minneeota, Prof E J. profenor of animal htubandry Unnenity of Idaho. and Prof Ed H Watton, stale dry- farming expert, Cheyenne, Wyo, secretary. Chairman Murray U corrwfusniitiig with the men, all of wuoat tare accepted hit anpelnYmeata, i rWv to elvltllnr the subjects to In flvng each torn. Urticilar to Bach neuter will-.lie prepare'a ecKrinf tone particular phase sukject on hani, which paper wilt Intent 'to the Congress FOR QUICK SALE Two Sixth 'Avenue South, (Courtland Street) close to corner. each 1-3 cash, balance Tand 2 years. HOUilS TO RENT TO ;