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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ilT -5 1912." THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PagrS can get a your money if you patronize firms advertizing Qn this page For inside residential or subdivision property see MJTFORD COMPANY 3 choice lotn on 7th St. in, ton only, Price 11000. each, terms cftih bfttence In four and eight- IUOB. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE aji Joe.1 MONEY. TO LOAN Alberta Loin and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Something Good Attractive 4 room cottage on lot and half on.'eth Ave. IST. Price cash, bal- ance per month. North Lethbridge Realty Co. Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully modem house, with or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency ".LOCK. PHONE 13M. NECHAGO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B. C. Htw are the govtrnment reporti of lime: "The Nechaco level valleys, and rich deposit, offera special inducements Its advantages are many; the land Is level, the soil ji rich -and to a peat eitent open, the climate IB mild; the prin- 'dpal crops can be grown without trouble. "rile soil eierj where of the richest quality. It is composed of fine deposit soil with clav subsoil. Not only Is the grass very luiuriwt on the prairifs, but in the wooded portions, pea vines of different species srow to such a height that it renders traveling very difficult." Price 115.00 per acre; cnh, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" rin iftrf ln.HJr.nw x Money1 to Loan 12, Hull Bltek, Phcnt 788. Boom 207, Tim plot on Building, Silt Lake City, Raymond Alti., Phone 5. For Quick Sale rtret located. Price actual cost ot snd'Hutires.' Good termi. Columbia Land Co. Ltd. tEO.OOO Wurltcfc 721 P. L. KIMBALL, Manager Watch This Space Far a pill of Particulars. It is going, to in- terest you folks, right here in O. T. LATHROP LaniJt. Stafford Block Fa.rma NO NOT PAY RENT Buy A New Home Fully modern .seven roomed house, full sized cement floor basemen! newly finished., on Seventh .Avenue South; and is within blocki or bumneee centre of tbe city. WMO.OO PRICE OWN TERMS The Cascaden Land Co. Phone W58 McDonald Block The H. MACBETH AGENCY MACLEOD FAIR WILL BE HUMMER RECORD NUMBER OF ENTRIES REQUIRES ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS' Macleod, July to Uie re- cord entry'that has already been re- ceived for the Macl-eod the direct ors. of the Agricultural Association lire fnce to face with a serious prob- lem In the way of accommodation: To meet the situation arrangements are being -made to double the capacity of one of the stables on the grounds, and work on thlt; stable commences today. Some of the finest stock' in Alberta will be seen at Macleod tve.xt week. J. C. Dren-ry, of Cowley. is sending no less than two carloads of his register- ed horses, and othor big bitches from outside places are entered. It is gratifying to gee the way local ex- hibitors intend to 'display their ani- mals. For instance, J. R, -McLean is filling no less than eleven stalls with registered stallions, mares, etc. Q'uite a fine exhibit for one local exhibitor. The attractions this year will excel those of previous years, and if the weather IB favorable there will "be one of the biggest crowds ever seen at the exhibition grounds. Already reservations for the grand stand are being made at the secretary's office. The Fair will be opened at 2 p.m. by Mayor Stedman, and many promin- ent people from, various parts of the province have notified their intention to be present. interest is centred on the high jump competition, which will take place in front ot the grand stand. Jumpers are being sent from distant parts, and there will be a battle royal for the heavy -purses provided. Tom McCauI, the famous Calgary rider, will take part in this competition and endeavor to beat the world's record. The pony races will be another fea- ture, and the race card gives promise of providing plenty of sport for crowds. Race horses have already be- gun to arrive, and are to be seen ex- ercising on the race track each mom- ing. A feature that will draw the Scots- men will be the dancing in front of the grand stand each.afternoon of Neil Livingston Me Lardy, of Calgary, who will be accompanied toy Scottish pipers. Special arrangements have been made this year to accommodate .fthe large crowd that is .expected. -The paddock lias been extended, and will hold double the number of people it formerly accommodated. A re- serve space is also being provided for one hundred automobiles. A large 'midway entertainment has been provided. V r BRIDGEND WAITS FOR POSTOFFICE DELAY AT OTTAWA IS CAUSING A GREAT DEAL OF CRITI- CISM Brldgend, July Pitcher left on Monday for "Beaver Creek on busi- ness. A. MorriBon of'Beaver Creek spent the week end here. Work ,nag commenced on .Mrs. Da- vis' store building. ..The basement nnd foundation are already complet- ed. H will 'be -44x40 feat and will contain adjoining stores both of which wo understand will bo for rent. It will be finished about Aug. 15. Dr. G. B. Rose was a business visit- or in Diamond City on Monday. Mies Porter and Mies Prances Por- ter of Diamond Cliy, and Miss Pat- terson of Calgary were visitors In town last week. A number of young people drove to Diamond City and were pleasantly entertained by Mies Porter on Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Davis, Miss Davis'and Master. Roger Davis left on Saturday to visit relatives in Grassy Lake. Mr. and Mrs. D. -MacNeil returned Monday from a "pleasant trip to Van- couver, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and other points. And still question of a post office for-Bridgend is being "con- sidered" toy the 'authorities at Otta- wa. IE; It takes six months (and we don't know how much longer) for consideration, the question arises as to how long it will be after they de- cide before it will be finally estan- ished. A pity it is not nearer elec- tion time. It might save delay. Bridgend baseball team defeated ,he Diamond City team hy a score of S to 5 on Friday evening last. 'TfioE. tiller left Monday for Medi- cine Hat to meet his wife and family who are on their way here from Syd- ney, N. S. We are sorry to Icarn that J. J. ieaton purposes leaving the employ 'the Lethbridge .Collieries Co. on 4.ugust 15th. Crop conditions throughout the dis- rict' are reported excellent, partic- itarly in the of Rolling Hills. The two pool rooms have installed gasoline' lighiing: systems. FIRE INSURANCE Real Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE FAVOR A CIVIC eWNED_GAS WELL BOW ISLAND WILL HAVE- ITS OWN NATURAL PAYERS APATHETIC Boiv Island, .July Carson, of the B. A. staff, has returned roni where he has been spending his vacation. Wiliuot Bros, have started a hard- ware business in the building next Spooner's gent's furnishing store. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Luritke have returned, having visited Winni- peg, St. Paul, and several other points. The result of fchn recent, rain Is an improvement in businets among the various stores in town.. Mrs. .1. P. I-Ienderson is visiting in Lethbridge this week. The interior of the Union Bank here is being altered ,to met14, the requirements oi -this busy branch. It is to be regretted that the rate- payers and business men of our1 town do not show a greater interest in the ifl'nirs of thn (own. The ratepayers' meeting on Monday night, last was .'cry poorly attended, and in conse- quence little could bo, done to aid the town council in giving the. people, what they want. The water and gas questions were discussed, and the fol- lowing resolution was carried unani- mously "Resolved that this hoard place itself on record as being in fa- vor of a ii'Wiicipnlly' owned gas well." FATHER KIDD TO BE HEAD OF COLLEGE Toronto. July Fr. John T. Kidd, who has acted as Adminiaerator of the .Archdiocese of Toronto since the death of Archbishop McKvay, will surrender the reins to Mgr.' Neil Me- Neil, Archbishop of Vancouver, who has been appointed Archbishop Me- EvayV as aoon as he is, ready to assume 'charge. Dr. Kidd. however, it has boon authoritatively staled, is sluted for the Presidency of the- new St. Augustine's Seminary) the building: of which was one of the great works of the Archbishop. THE CANDY KING'S ESTATE ihn S. Huyler'iVft V Not Estate of New. York, July John S. Huy- er, the candy maker, who died on October 1st, 1910, at his summer.home it Rye, N. Y., left a net estate of according to .the apprais- il .filed yesterday .in'- the' Surrogate Ipurt by .Deputy State Comptroller, Wallace S. Fraser. The real estate 6 valued at' and personal estate According to the. provisions of the will, the widow, Rosa F. Huyler, gets a. life. Interest in and the ons and grandchildren are the other >rincipal with the ei- :eption of about bequeathed o Methodist Episcopal charities. NEARLY EVERYONE WAS AT DANCE HQ3MCR SCENE OF GAIETY WHEN MINERS HELD THEIR DANCE Hosmei, July 24. The miners' dance held at the opera house last, night provtd to be one of the most successful dances ever given in Hos- mer. We had intended to give a complete list'of all those upon consideration xye belief e it would be far easier to give a list of Hosmer people who were not there, as it would scarcely run into double, figures. From start to finish whole thing went with a swing that reflected the greatest credii'on those1 responsible for the floor manage- ment people who are in the habit nf arriving at a dance somewhere about 10.30 p. m. when everything 'is in full, swing, little realize the amount of work that is. necessary'' in bringing all the arrangements to per- fection, unless they have undertaken something of the same kind them- selves last night there was not a dull moment in the and the stewards busied themselves to such an extent that there were scarcely any "sitters out" during the dances. The refreshments were excel- lent and promptly served, and need- less to say, the interval ior lunch was not the least enjoyable part of the evening's .program the fact that the musical portion of the arrange- ments way in tlic hands of George Ramsay ot Fernie, whose orchestra is already well known and appreciat- ed in Hosmer, is sufficient guarantee of its excellence- The performance ol the High Kind Schottische as it is danced in tbe Laud Cakes, was very much enjoyed by the onlookers, though the condition of the floor proved too much ior the equilibriu of one of ibe dancers our Will says it was due to too much boracii One very pleasing feature of the e cning was the presence of a large number of visitors from Kernie, anc judging from appearances, they thor oughly enjoyed the whole of the pro ceedings. that the success Oi their first dance will induce the min- ers .of Hosmer to get busy and ar- range smother in the 'near future when we are safe'" in predicting thai the attendance will be even larger. Mrs. DoViiic, accompanied by her daughter, arrived from Scotland or Wednesday morning on a visit'to bet son, Mr, R. Downie, the account- int at .the office of the nines, and is staying at the Mess House. John Beckett and his hand of merr, nen are continuing the sidewalk from ..larlatt's far as the thence south alohg' Front street to the Pacific hotel, where it vill join the new walk-laid down'last :ear. Last year there was a request made Third Avenue rkiinew lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION SLOCK. PHONE NO1. 1U3. 1210, 10W. LOOK THESE OVER lots well situated. SNAP 3 lote, corner 7th Ave. suid'lSth 6 Iota on corner in Block 119: 3 loti llth South, on tse witer, (icing L. S. RIPLEY CO. (73500 1380000 91090.00 MORE ABOUT Advertising AND Results "Our ad. re screen doors last week has brought us twenty buyers. The ad. running telling 'all about refrigerators, is bringing us the currency. Many of our bring us es- pecially good results from the surround- ing towns." R. Agnew. uMgr., (Staf- ford Agnew Co. These ads. run ex- clusively in the Her- ald. THESE ARE FACTS AND SIMPLY PROVE THAT JT pAYS IN THE "HERALD" by rural school hoard for a new bridge across the creek Hack of the Bank of Montreal to the- school" grounds following that request, came a representative of the. government from Fernie, who, after due etansn- aL.ion, declared the present structure safe; however, with perfect confid- ence, we beg to'differ .from that rep- resentative of the government, and declare that the bridge is unques- i tionably no't safe in the winter! months for the school child rea to use, the majority of whom have to; cross the creek. At the time, the above request was made, profile- map of the location wis prepared and forwarded to the ent in Fernie, shomnj conclusively that very little grading would j to-be, done in order to put in bridge suitable for the purpose, and to do away uith the present evesore 'and public eyesore ;and .public dan- ger 'perhaps this would- be a ques- tion for the people of the town to take up and consider it that'special school ot which, In thewaj, we have heard nothing as; yet, For Sale A perfect half lection touth half tec. 32-M5 wett meridian near War- ner. Price spot cash per acre thii week only E. T. Nichols Alexandra Hotel DISTRICT NEWS FROM 2-15 Harvesting begins this week, as some of the 'fall -.wfieit :m-ill be ready to cut. The recent: rains have made, won- derful improvement in the crops and there are many fine The prospect for a potato excellent and there is a lurg-e amount planted to that crop. CHve Dye mts hare from bii home :Btetd Saturday and-Sunday Tie breaking: outfits ate buaj turn ing the sod and all lines of work, are picking up. The baseball game between. Fifteen and Milk RUer on Saturday, played aL Milk Ruer, was well at tended. A good game was put ujp b> both aides and resulted with, a Kpre of 11 to 6 in'favor'of "Two-Fifteen; There will be church sen-ices every Sunday inatead of other Sun day as formerly Service next Sundaj at J o'clock, Sunday school at 2. Everybody Invit- ed. LILLE Lille, July 24 B Hlnclme, the ..janager of the Lille hotel, is lean- ing to take the management ot the Bellevicw hotel, the Lille-hold closing down. Miss Norton returned from Lclti- briiige a few days ago. Mr. and Mis. J. May journeyed to Slairmorc on Sundav on business George Kolisnaki returned from Winnipeg bringing back a v, ife to look after him. All friends K ish them the C. Roland has gnen up his filing machine and thinks -that ranching: is best of luck-and happiiess a much safer nnd exciting occu- pation .thin flying. Arthur Jacob left Lille for Mill- crest, where be'wiir work for a short, tiice. A certain .person-remarked the oth- dar that if the Lille football Icam would keep their players together Aey would do much better, as he'saw err ..plainly that the Hillcrest team well trained, NEW HEAD OF TORONTO DIOCESE ARCHBISHOP McNEILL HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED FROM BRIT- ISH COLUMBIA McVeill, the new arch bishop of Toronto, uas born in Breton, on 11 u 23rd ot No'ember, 1851 He ordained priest on tha 13th of Ipril, 1878, and was conse- crated Bishop on the 2uth of October, 1S05, at intigonish, but for the Dio- ccsc of St George s, Newfoundland He nominated Vrchbishop ot on the Hth ol February, 1910 Ills education recehed at the College of the Propaganda, _jn Home, where he took his -doctorate. he rtturntit to iNoys Scotia he was mate professor and afterwards rector of the Nmitiate of tr-e Collene of Antigonish, where he did splendid uork in educatirn until he was en to be made Bishop of New- foundland The Apostolic 1'refecturate, to which he nas appointed, in the Dio-i ccsc of St George's, is one of poorest and Itasfc organized of ttM eastern dioceses, and there hev J did. wonderful work with Ihe means his hands, so when the diocese j changed irom "V ictona to Vancouver, and a neu Arclihishop looked (or the Hoh Ser, looking about lor' man outside oi the hoh orders of the Ohlates had contiol of that countn selected Bishop His appointment to the archiepiBcopal see of Toronto is therefore merely a transfer of diocese; Mrs William Sparrow, of Mount .Forest, was leaning en the. railing .of.; her when tt broke, fall to the both tair 'wristf MAY CALL SESSION TO DEAL WITH NAVY Ottawa, July Evenini: Free Prem .that immediate contribution of ten or fifteen million and a special session of the Dominion parliament to paps a contribution is the eildent mean nf ot the statements of the British ulnlntcrs 111 the naval at West- minster yesterday as to tbe wjiich hap been reached ween Premier and Brit- Cabinet on tb.< neral iM.rwf. FOR QUICK SALE Two Splendid Lote 61 li S. (Court- land St.) close to cor- ner, i eadi 1-8 cash, balance i and 2 yetirb. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Hhcrlock Bldg. 7tti St. ;