Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
July THE LETHKRIItGE DAILY HERALD 3 MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the Oity of Medicine Hat, call at our office us show you maps, blue prints, City View Sub-division Prices Low, Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 6 and 12 mouths. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Oil BlMk O. T. LATHROP WHITNIV iLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. Cheap Building Lots From up. Only down and per month These are within the city limits, and are sure to double this fall .North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE INSURANCE AND COAL HULL ILOCK, WEST A. R. 4 I. OFFICE. Alberta Railway Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eacJ situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. FOR EXCHANGE Wwt one-halt and southeast one-tourth Section thirty-tour, Town iblp ten, nineteen 444 6 acres River bottom land East Cameron rancli To exchange for modern home in Lethbridge FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing 'east and known as No. 508 Westminster lid., 14500. Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY M9UHANCK LOAN! WE WILL SELL YOU The acre garden plot' in iho Lcthhridgc vicinity. Full water right and improved., acre. Wflkie Kerr PHONE 123. BIG RECORD FOR WATER PUMPING Wash., July der Lindsay, superintendent of the local water i department, claims u world's record for pumping more tluui gallons of water in t wetuy- four hours, and keeping the rei'er- volra full. Two units of pal- Ions' capacity were held in reserve These figures mean thai 500 gallons of water was pumped for every .nan, woman and child In Spokane, or a to- til' of than wHS'pmnped :iny day year. The water was furnished at a temper- ature of 48 degrees, being pmuptM from deep- wells. The water uystem is owned hy the municipality and 'is under the direct clu'pe of Umi'Ies Vi. Kassett, commiosij i-r 1 i'hlic utilities. The people of have practically mi centric ted sprinkling privileges between six o' clock a.m. and nine o'Mock at Under tl.e former administration there vnre water famines ;bc ju! Inng districts, but this has rem- edied by. the installation or large m.ains, through witlch water is rlaliv ered at high pressure to all pnr.'s of the city within the three-mile circle. PASTOR IN GARB OF HOD CARRIER Spokane, Wash., July pastors in hod carriers' garb and arm- ed with saws and hammers, raised and covered the rafters and boarded the front, rear and side walls of a building for the Minnehaha .Metho- dist Episcopal church here by-work- ing from o'clock-in the morning un- til 5 o'clock in the afternoon, with an intermission of one hour for lunch, which was served by the women of the congregation. John Ward, a journeyman carpen- ter, directed operations, .and was as- sisted by Rev. IT. E. Greening, pastor of the church. Rev. II. C: Kohr. par tor, of Vincent church, flattened his forefinger in driving a nail, but con- tinued work until the.job was finish- ed Rev. Henry Brown, president of the Methodist Ministers' Association, called to cheer the pastors, but did not assist them. The men of tho cloth worked Trained' crattfi men will do the interior work, and finishing; and- it is expected to have the building in .readiness .for .dedica- the, middle of when pastors from all over thfe Pacific Northwest will be in attendance; FORTUNETELLERS APfAGRANTS Appeal Will Decide Be- tween Fortune Telling and Horoscope Casting 'Spokane, Wash., July there is a legal distinction between so called fortune telling and horo- scope casting Is the problem Involv- ing u constitutional iho su- preme Court of the State of Washing- ion will be called upon lo decide, on an appeal In the case of of Spokane, against "Professor" F. V. astrologer, who was fined ami costs for alleged violation of an which classes fortune tellers as vagrants. .'Officials of the National Astrolo- gical Society, with headquarters at St. Paul, have engaged local counsel to make a test case of the conviction of Neilzel, who, testifying in his own behalf, said he .was working in drawing the horoscope for William Ulrich, a caused the arrest. r George H.'Cramlalf, Counsel for the defence, gave: out this statement re- an appeal lo the State Su- preme Court: So far Ve hue been ible to learn.Mhere has heen no ruling by any court of -record in the United States bearing directly On thu ques tlon. The constitutional point involv- ed Is whether astrology can .be con- strued as fortune telling, or jf it comes under the provision which grants freedom.. to all religions be- liefs. The case- Is of interest to ev ory municipality-of the entire coim- tr> 'Professor" Xeltxe! said he 'knew there would be trouble' the moment: Detective Ulrich visited bis studio, adding: the planet of war, was in of the sun, which means- imprisonment, find misfortune. The wrong, wholly be- cause the detective dm not tell the truth. 1 admitted-" that in the police court though Ulrich alone is.to blame foi the en 01 v 'Astrologyisrir religion, but with out 'the .worship1 .and prayer features. .We shall cause along that The Ottawa 'and Jiui.. ;ourg Elec- tric Railway has now worth .of stock sold. The organization meet- ing will be held at More wood on July GOOD SAMPLES OF GRAIN K, T. Oarr-.brqught, a fine sample of to1' the Herald office'this1 morning, which lie found on the, farm of A. Davlos, situat I ed about seven and one-half miles northwest of Diamond -City. The spring wheat, is two dead body in this twentieth century. WM. THRBATFULL. CROSS-TIES PURCHASED IN 1910 The forestrv branch of the Depart nient of ihe Interior has collected statistics with regard to the rross tie consumption in Canada for 1910, Theie cross ties pur- chased in 1910 by the steam and el ectric roids of Canada at a cost at This is a decrease of per cent, from the number purrhus etl in lOOii. The average.cost of .these tics at the point of nine base was JS cents pei tie Thiee kinds of wood, cedar, jack pine and hemlock furnished Per cent; of -all'the ties purchased. Cedar itself 40. per crnt of the total consumption, and its use is increasing yearly.In proportion io other species. Oak, which makes an expensive tie, costing 74 cents each, was used principally by a United' States company having mileage in Canada. Of the-total num ber of ties purchased, 70 per cent, were hewn. ties.' The only important, species which lias a majority of sawn ties, was oak. Sawn tics cost on the average 36 cents per tie, and hewn tics cost 3 cents more. slcam railways used Jio per cent. all the ties, and these tics cost them on the average 3S cents. .The electric railways used in- crenso of 183 per cent, -over IflOH. They paid for Iheir ties -I! cents each Although on 'jhe average thoy. line smaller ties, this excess of H .cents in the cost'ls due not only to the dls: advantages incident, to contracts ,for smaller quantities 'of materials, but also io the fact, that the electric roads are more likely to purchmie tics at points where the price includes transportation charges. FINE SAMPLE OF .FLAX Messrs. i.Milicr and Degener, of Stir- ling, sent a fine specimen of flax to the Herald which, was grown by J, .Tergoaen about two mid one-halt niiles from tho town, measuring.thir- ty and one-quarter inches. :This sam- ple was not Beetled until ilic latter part of May and on spring breaking. Mr. .Jersosni has about 150 acres of Buch In crop, TO ENLARGE ROYAL ALEXANDRA Winnipeg, Tuh The' C will spend hundred thousand dollais next In improving its tal tcrminjils and exteriding the Royal Alexandra hotel Two stones are to be added to this structure, In addi- tion the depot is to be en Iruged Two will be con- structed. RANCH FOR SALE Consisting ot 1900 jerm ft first land, onl> three miles Horn a live town: Good buildings worth 13000, all fenced, 500 acres in crop Small creek runs through the land, good place for stock For particular and price inquire of The (Jascaticu Land Co. MACDONALD BLOCK. TIIE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBEHTA Fenced Stable, etc 80 acres In Spring wheat. Price IJO.OO -per apruiti vviienL. ,iv" ,acre. caih, in half crop payment! 500 ncres in crop, Spring. looklnE splendid S miles from a town. per We hive tome iplendld tnipi In land, clew to Weyburn turvey, fof from to per THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co.