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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July TOT, LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD You can get a Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page For inside residential or v subdivision property MilFORP COMPANY 3 choice lots' oil 7th St. South, close1 in, fod few only. Price ?1000 each, terms one-third cash balance in four and eight mos. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE SNAP- MONEY TO LOAN Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Something Good Attractive 4 room cottage on lot and half on 6th Ave. ]SV Price S1200; 25.00 Lethbridge Realty Co. fHONC U( Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully -modern liousc, with or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 132k NECHAGO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B. C. .Htn frt the government report! of lime: "The Neotiaco level villcys, and rich offers special inducements advantages are manj-; the land Is level, the soil rich ud to a extent open, the climate is mild; 'the prin- crpiK be grown without trouble. "The soil' everywhere is of the. richest qiralit.v. It is composed 'of with clay Bubsoil. Not. only is the grass hiiurliut "in the priirles, but in the wooded portions, pea vines ot diBerent species grow to such a height that it rendere traveling very difficult." Price tU.OO per acre; cash, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and-Lift Insurance Money-.to'-Loan 12, Hull Block, Phone 768. 'Room 207, Templtton Building, Salt Lake.City, Raymond Phone 5. For Quick Sale grocery located. Price actual cost ot and fixtures. Good Alkrta-Britiib Columbia Land Co. Ltd. WO.OOO 721 S. L. KIMBALL, Man.jer Watct This Space a Bill of'.Particulars. It" going'to in- folks, -right here in 'Lethbridge. O. T. LATHROP Ltndt (tafrord Block Farmi Loani. Residential Site Block 128 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 will increase rapidly iu PRIGE J1350.00 One-Third Cash The Cascaden Land Go. Pkone 1058 McDonald Block the H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. PIRt INSURANCE -REAL ESTATE IUILOINO, LETHBR10GI "Alt OK (Xakilahcd Firm of Coed Reiutt." GARDEN PARTY WAS A BUMPER LILLE CHMROH .AND RAND JOjM. ED OF CAMP HILLCREST LOSES NOBLE WOMEN MRS, JOHNSON DIES SUDDENLY REMARKABLE TRIBUTE' OF RESPECT Hiilcrest, July 23. All Ilillcrest Hellevnr, of was saddened hy the news of thu North Fort, was -a visitor in town sudden death of Mrs. Johnson on ['yesterday. Mr. White reports the Saturday last. Mrs. Johnson has been crops in that part are sufierinfe frorii living with hoc family in Ilillcresl i too mucli rain. for a number of years and all in j inrs'. jas.. Callan retunieiJ Sunday town were welt acquainted with her. j nijrjit. from a'two months' visit to Vancouver and oilier coast cities, G. Dunham leaves tonight for avis- it lo his home in .Medicine Mat, I'liou rising on Knturriay morning iiail a bail attack ol raininess ami was shortly, afterwards fonnil lying on the noor of lior room. Dr. Allan lloss was immediately summoned, but vas in nMcvm was unnblt ,k, Death Mr. Hincline will shortly was due lo heart, failure.'The funeral took place on Sunday afturno'ui un- TRAVELLERS ARE GOING TO FRANK COMMERCIAL MEN WILL TAKE FAMILIES TO FAMOUS PLEA- SURE RESORT der thr rlircctiaii'of the local. Orange Lodge. Tlic popularity of tlie fie- eeu.srd was evident from the number accompany ing her body to its last resting the Orangemen turning in force and leading the way, while over a hundred mourners follow- ed the hearse: The Rev. Jas.' Lang officiated at the burial. The sympa- thies of all in llillcrest and Uie sur- rounding towns arc tendered to the family in" their bereavement. The .Frank people were very indig- nant at. the report made by one E. P-l H-oward, ol Vancouver, H. C., to the effect ihat while he was staying :n the town an enormous quantity of rock from the lop of Turtle Moun- .ain fell, scaring the inhabitants and Helleyue hotel here. W. Kochrstrr had the misfortune to run a pick through his foot while at work in the mine Monday morning. Krcd Padgett, whu has hecn work- jng' in the freight oilice at High Rivrr for some time, returned to town last nifiht. and is leaving to- yVarrther, R. (_'., where he will hold a position on the C. P. R. .John Simpson, of Hillcresl, spent Monday in Bellcvue. W. Kvans, formerly proprietor of j the Southern hotel here, was down from Cnl'ernah yesterday. Mr. Evans leaves shortly for northern B. C. -I. Hanrilton is taking a few holi- days as a result, of having his left arm and side badly crushed hy a fall of .rock in the mine. laiisinfr them to make an almost uu- nediatr. exodus to the new town-sitrd Hlimhlc cspects to lcavc ihis who are acquainted with Turtlo for ranch. Ai. K Mountain know thai for the past two or three years small quantities o! rock have been falling continuously, Hit without one exception all have rolled'into the and Mr. Howard's tale of houses being smash- cd is, to say thfi least of it, one of these terminological inexactitudes we hear so much of nowadays. Lille and Burmis met on Saturday last; .it. frank, and the conductors on the two evening trains certainly had cause for saying unpleasant things, for both were so packed by i-hc visit- ors to -Frank from .Burmis- and Mill- crest that even standing was at a premium.-. The game very even one, .all things considered, and Referee Paton gave great satisfac- tion by the way in which he held the teams down. The Rev. Stacey Mcl'ool, who used to he in Frank several -years ago, preached a masterful' sermon there last Sunday. McCool is travel- ling .through the Crows Nest Pass endeavoring get students for the Alberta College Edmonton, an in- stitution that gives practical and theoretical training along almost every line. From all 'accounts Mr; Mcfool has obtained quite a number of students from Frank and the lo- cality. Miss Grace .V. 'Bonner is appearing at Ihe Hiilcrest, Opera House next evening in As it is seldom that anything but t-he everlasting picture show man- visits Hiilcrest up to the townsfolk to show their appreciation oi Miss Ban- ner's talent by turning out en masse and thus encourage" other artists, .of some standing to.visit the town. ALL COMING WE8T Toronto, Ont., July eight hundred Ontario farmers left Toronto tonight for Western Canada, on k home seekers' excursion over Grand Trunk Railway. The train was composed of three sections, and carried seventeen coaches. This excureion is- the .'fourth run by the road in June and July: LIME KILN DESTROYED W. Christie wjll have charge ot the hardware -store during Mr. Mumble's absence. Rev. W. M. Irwin leaves ionightfotf a three weeks' lo Nelson and points.. Mr. Irwin will lecture at the summer schools to be "held at Moyie 1 'Andrew a ten-year- old hoy, fell-off a load of furniture this "morning landing with his head on a rock and inflicting a large cut. Dr.- Mackenzie'' dressed ihe wound, which required "several stitches. Rev. f. S. McCall, who was (orov- erly pastor Methcidist in. the .camp yesterday. Mr. McCall is here interests of the Alberta "College, Ed- monton. I. BKiis and wife, Miss Blsis, W. J. McGowan and wife, and Rev. W. F.. Young, .'Frank, spent Monday 'evening in ;BelIeyuc -and took in the garden party-; The garden party held last night 'under the auspices of the Beltcvue bund and the Methodjsl church, was without doubt one of the most suc- cessful affairs thafohas ever been held in the Crows Nest 'Pass. Between five and six p.m. despite the fact that it looked vpcy rain, fche crowd began to gather and do justice to the .ice cream, coffee, oakc, etc., which was served by the ladies from booths scattered throughout the park.t .The Hellevue hand supplied music. thr6ughoi.it the evening and as usual'; were much appreciated, especially hy j those visitors from surrounding ca which do not .boast of a band. Dur- ing .the evening, there were foot racei otlipr sports for ''the. children The. prizes for were ver kindly .donated hy Mrs. -Rudd, o R Leaf. Much credit is due those who had charge of, the arrangement: of this garden pariy, which was such a success financially and otherwise. The first annual outing of the Uni- ted Commercial Travellers Union, Lethbridge Lodge, No. 511, will bo held on Friday, August 2nd. The place selected'is'Frank' and the'party will be quartered' at the Sanatorium llo-tel, where elaborate arrangemcms have been ihnde for the entertain ment of all. The, excursion parly will travel by special car, which will leave Lethbridge at 3.10 arriving at 7 o'clock Immediately'on Us arrival the party will be taken to the hotel in convey- jances where an excellent supper be served and during which entran j ing music will be rendered by t Spokane orchestra of eight player At fl.30 the same evening a dance w Stake place. From to U j next morning light refreshments w J be served on Ihe promenade whlc will be gaily decorated for the 6 casion. On Saturday morning .after brea fast an automobile drive-to the Crow Most will be the attraction, the pan arriving back at the Sanatarium hot in good time for lunch. The ean afternoon a grand lawn-tennis tourn jjicnt will take place for which tl management of the hotel 'have hun up in prizes. Another dance the evening which will be taken p? in by the members of tho-tennia cl and..the visitors, will round off. a ver enjoyable day. The rate for thf-a tn will be per head, which include all incidental expenses of the trip. The accommodation will be limite to one hundred and those desirious o taking in the trip should make appl cation; to any one of tho followin gentlemen oE the arrangements com mittcc a meeting last ever nig, drawing uji the foregoing, pn namely; F. 15. iVfcCaw, chai man, A. H. McKeown, J. W. Bartlet D. Raker and D. J. McCormick. Th tickets for this, splendid outing wi be issued by special invitation. --The United. Commercial Traveller Ualon arc to be congratulated in a ranging such an outing and the offi ials in charge particularly desi ions that the event, shall be a gran success. Prank is becoming nuite holiday resort and those who ava themselves of this Irin will certain havq cause for .regret. Third Avenue Business Site----3 Jots block 14 Revenue .Producing ASQUITH LIMDSEY fteal Estate A Financial Brokers DOMINION BiOCK. PHONE NOS.'IUI, 1210, 100T. Montreal. 'July 2.1. Damage amounting to with no .insur- ance, was done this afternoon, -when fire destroyed a lime kiln and office buildings of Ihc 'Sovereign Lime Works; along with 5.000 tons of coal and cords of wooti stored nearby. WOMAN TO HANG Halifax, McGee, convicted of the mtir- der of her five children at DID THEIR WORK FOR HUMANITY DOCTORS AND NURSES REFUSE PAY FOR ASSISTING REGINA CYCLONE SUFFERERS .Hegina, response to re quests .for.-agcounts.1 the Moose .doctors, who "cajne to Regina on the night of the cyclone, "have written say- ing, that their services worn given without a thought of reward, nor will they accept money, Tim Moogft .law nurses have written to the sa.me effect, and the Reginji nurses who gave their services at the limp have, with no exception, return- Charlottetown, was sentenced (lie sent to them. to be hanged on t October 10, In Georgetown jail. The prisoner, when she heard the sentence, cried: "Hanged, hanged, hanged, hanged! Hang me now and be done with When taken outside of court on her return to jail she grew very violent, tea ring off her hat and outer Rarmenis. H 'was some time before the Jail officiate could (jiiiet her. A cheque for has been add- cd to (he contribution of the Canad- ian Manufacturers' Association, mak- ing JSn.ooo In all from thai body. Apreemfiit. has bneu reached by the Hank of Commerce and the Saskatche- wan Hotel Company, and the hank will now proceed with UIQ erection of its building bore. The footings of the King's Hole! encroached two and a half feel on tho bank's property, and. the matter, which has been In the courts, hns the erection of the building more than a year. JUDGE FINDS GOOD CITIZEN Chicago; July Roach took the stand in Judge Bren- tano's court yesterday to be examined as to his qualifica-- tions to become fl citizen. "In the event of the death of the president United States .who would, take his Marks, the nat- uralization clerk, asked Roach.' came the an- swer. "A good remarked an onlooker as sign- ed the court order making Roach a voter..'. J. D. Higinbothani Co. Ltd., up to date druggists., have.scor- ed another t. They large- -stock of that great French'Tonic. VIGOROL and have heen made the sole agent -for Lethbridge. Every bottle guaranteed. Being always on the lookout for the'beat in everything In the drug line, Mr. Hlginhotham has placed In stock a large consign- ment of the Tonic VIGOROL. Every day nature is providing us with something, new. The latest, medicine on tho Canada is VIGOR- OL, .WEAK and HUN-DOWN -Men, WomcMi and Children cnn made strong and hoiilthy. Every homo should contain a bottle of the Tonfe that is a Tonic. The whole human system is at once toned up, That, tired, dragging feeling disappears and life be- nomes a Joy. If you are not just feeling yourself, go to .1. Inbotham a Co.'s drup store and got. a bottle of VIOOROU If you don't feel better in twenty- four bonm. go back mid get your money. VIGOROI, acis on (lie kidneys, liver and blood and is a powerful flesh and system builder. Price jtJ.OO per GOOD BUYING TORONTO'S NEW UNION DEPOT IT WILL COST TEN MILLIONS AND BE ONE OF FINEST !N AMERICA Toronto, July1 new Union Station will 1 DC A led on Front street, between Baj and York streets. It IB expected to be one at the finest on the continent. It will have a frontage of 800, feet, and.a trackage, of.530 feet, giving a 'total area of square feet, or between'nine and 'ten acres. There be ten through tracks, six passenger platforms, and six baggage platforms There be accommodation in'the for'-300 cars, or nearly double the present.ca- pacltl, while the baggage accommoda tion wil be square feet, of Five times the present facilities. The estimated cost of the sta tion building tho cost of the .alterations ings and the cost.of tion. track ballasting, pavinp. steel or a total estimated ooit; including grade separation1 and viaducts, af OOO.OSp." For Sale A perfect half section louth half 32-5-1S west meridian War- ner. Price tpotcath per acre this week only E. T. Nichols 'Alexandra I DISTRICT NEWS COALDALE SAYS BORDER IS INTOXICATED BY INCENSE WHICH-. TO HIS NOSTRILS FROM.UNJON- IST CENSERS.. Montreal, Presae one of itf SCIENTIFIC MARKETING OF COTTON Washington luh pla1 for he scientific marketing of American otton crope was outlined Inat .night y Pi C. Wadsworth of Atlafcta, Ga resident', of the )perative Spcietj, in aji address be ore a included man: the YepreaenUth eg in congrea rom cotton gro'wing !.Mr. d s worth ad ed d irec ealing between the society and th ipfwr so .the grower'may get a fai rice and the spinner a staple price he price, h.ft aairt, would he pon the- law of supply.-and demand nd not ag now' market-manip latio'ns. He iitftted that it cost halo a market cotton, this being 10 middleman's profit whiclTthc HO iety .would seek'to eliminate. Mr and Mrs Haley and Mr. and Mrs John Davidson WOM JB. Lethbridge on Saturday evening, tending the theatre .Mies Mac Khapp entertained Lh> Ladies' Aid last Wednwday Revf Mr. Bishop gave an. iritereating on MfthodiBt orgafiiiation. Miss Nevms, of Lethbridge, wat ft .guM't of Caloren tact week. Mr Ed is expcted thiii" week from Delavan. ''Ill; Mr and Mrs A L Brown, on Sunday morning, a son, The many friends of Mrs H A 3ug> gitt will be glad to know she is covering nicely from appendicitis, and flill soon be at her home, Hiilcrest Farm, fiom. the Gait, Hospital; Mrs. Fulton, f rare Wisconsin-, is v iaiting her sister, Mrs Ad at? the'White FATALITY IN LONDON London. July girls were killed, five w.ere fatally injured, an'd several btliffrs sc- verely injured in a fire whicb occurred today In a four-etorey building in Moor lane, fn Ihc heart of the city, occupied by relluloid Chrlatmas card man- ufaclurcrs. vfho employed many fcinnles HOSMER Heamer, Julj R Pollock Idi on Tuesdiv K passenger for he ftest accompflied bj his se understand bis tion coast. Mr, Polloftk been engineer at the power fie re for the last three leaveg with the bett of numerous friends for his future ceas in new surroundings :i" Tack Patterson and family ItA n morning's train (or, tb4 est be alio is one of the H pi i res of Mourner having Frank Wood-, at the UOTI! Hotel, the capacity of the man on the ttmtt ot M, Boassaiys dtpartmant store gind ttHf> 11> with the P Co" The little fracai on in nothing more serious tnqn'' .cuts and bruises which dnlj submitted to healing art he and we trust that the moajty will be as soon he injuries of which it .ctiiM Thej sal that the tonnage mines this week is again up to re- cord breaking standard on at this rate, we shall soon to sec all the Micanf premises In town- taken up M real estate dealers FOR QUICK SALE Two Splendid Lots 'Sixth A South, (Courtland Street) to roi nri. MOOO rnrli I-.'] cash, balance 1 and 2 yea IN HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhera Land Co. Sherlock Biaf. 7th ;