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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. July 1012. THE LKTHURinGE'DAILY HEltALl) You can get a your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page For inside residential or subdivision property '......see MIT-FORD COMPANY MONEY TO LOAN 3 choice lots on 7th St. South, close in, Too Ba few days only, Price ?100Q terms one-third cash balance in four and FIRE AND LIFE'.INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH PHONE Something Good Attractive 4 room cottage on on 6th K Price -S400 cash, bal- ance per month. North Realty Co. BLOCK. PHONE NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF B. C. Here arc the government reports of same: "The Nechaco vith Its-level valleys, .and rich deposit, offers special inducements to'Jnrmers. Us advantages are many; the land is level, the sotl-' to a great extent-open, the climate is mild; the prin- cipal'crops can be grown without trouble. ..''The'solL everywhere is of the richest Quality. If, is composed of'fine soil with'ciay subsoil. Not only is the luxuriant-.on the'.'prairics, but; in the wooded and- vetches ,tof? different .species grow to- such a height" that it renders traveling -very difficult." Price per acre; cash, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co, Room 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 of h St. S. Upstairs SECUKIT Y IN VESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" -Fire-and-Life Insurance V Room Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 768. Room 207, Templeton Buljdfnn. Salt Lake.Clty.. Raymond Alta., Phone 5. For Quick Sale First class grocery located. Price actual cost ot stock and fixtures. Good terms, Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. S50.000 10 Shtrlock 721 D. L. KIMBALL. Manager Watch This Space For a BjJl of Partivularb. Jt is going to in- terest you folks, right here in Lcthbridge. Firm 0. T. LATHROP Stafford Block NO NOT PAY RENT Buy A New Home Fully modern ,seven loomed house, full sized cement j'lour Iwsenionl; finished. .-Thte house is-situaled on Avenue South; and iVwithiii five blocks of the buBir.ess centre of the city, PRICE YOUR OWN TERMS The Cascaden Land Co. Phone I0o8 McDonald The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSUKANO'i: Kcal Kslatc, .SHERLOCK .LK" NEWS OF DISTRICT TYBELL'S LAKE TjTell's Lake, July Kol- cy, the .known Iwxer of Milk Hirer, spent a coup I r, of days with his uncle, J. L. Kcefc, last week, Mr. Kolcy expects lo have a boxing mutch in in October. H. H. Taylor, :of Township li-17, who sold his homestead tn one of iiis Fire Insurance Money to Loan' TO roomed fully modem with or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Agency SWEET VALLEY Sweet V.tllcy, July Lynk and family were Sunday visitors :.l- Mr. Taylor is breaking for .1. Kyrk- cndall. Miss Parsons Lcthbridgc, a cous- in of Ihr Shirley's, is visiting Jhcm for her vacation. Mrs, K minds and son Harry arc ;it neighbors'some'time ago, is spending Nanl.on visiting relatives for tew a few days at Havre, Mont., in which weeks. 'state be intends to' file on another Will Shirley has blood poison and Immestead. has troiie lo Lcthbridge lo-secure iiuv j tt'm. (o Taber last clical aid. j Monday to attend lo some business Once again has death visited tbi> matters. Mis' sister, Miss Hetty community at the home of Mr. and M.iyhee, of Portage, Mont., who has Airs. J; Hrodic. Their only son and j been vUHing here for a few weeks, eldest child passed away' on Satur- went with him." day morning at il o'clock. The child j Mrs, Win. G. 'Nate is again on the had only been .slightly ailing for 'a sick list and, the doctor from Ray- few days. Dr. Woo.lcuuk was callnd'mond had, to be called a couple of on Thursday, and pronounced liie dis-.days ago. ease appendicitis, and on Friday lie j ode tirccno js putting in a grade, grew rapidly worse, so that Or. LOV-: for the government on the road north erhig and a private nurse ot N. Hbldcn's prc-enrption. He is, i bridge, along with Dr. Woodcock and assisted by R...-.I. lilakc. i [nurse from Sundial district perform-- I'. Mahan Knpp and j juil the necessary operation, hut was family and of the Nate girls re-j too late for improvement. The child turned on Tuesday from St. Marv's was but four years Hid the 25th of ami Molly where they had this month. This is the second case spent three days, picking berries. They of this kind in the immediate neigh-1 are all well pleased with the trip. Horhood that lias occurred within i Mr. and and their seven weeks, the other being a boy of children werc; visitors at the home of three. A large crowd followed the Mr. and Mrs. I1'; Trockstad last Sun- remains to the north-cast corner the homestead, where preparations i Miss Jennie Lawrence, who was the were R.ade for burial. The parents llrst in this district, have the deepest sympathy of their probably- again take charge- of 'many friends and neighbors. our-schpol this ,faJL .She is a good Mr. Doll's little girl, is sick with j tearhiy and .well by the diil- symptoms of typhoid. She is at Mrs. drcn as well as; -their parents. Sheridan s as Mrs. Doll is. quite side H. L. 'lilake'.wiU'soon start io huild iat present. a new 'house on .A. P. Trockstad's Mrs. T- Chapman- is on the sick homestead. The size of the building list. Miss Hcrtha Krickson is will he 18x20 feet, it, will have three ing her with the household (hiiics. The hall game between the so-call- rooms and a cement' foundation. While, in Wanner'- yesterday T. Ross od Sundial and Sweet Valley- hired twor' negroes to work on his was tried again at, Hose-mead on Krt- tlav Iflth, nciUicf tcam: having regular! players, "Bfiict Valley even being minus their first, second and third imdemen, also their pitcher. Substitutes were put in on both sides and a tew innings played icijultini, in of Sumhil 10 to, 7 A; good erbivd stayed for'the farm. BELLEVUE us it rained so they coulriu t get a business MedicineJIat Ihe luction sile and fish jond P Hyan is n was well patronized, an.1 the amount to finish the expenses of the Gold Coin school organ was realized with d'O cents to ihe good. Mr, and Mrs. Lou Ramlcv of Red Deer district, stopped over night--a I Hdtighman s while komj, herv brother. Foster, east, of Car- mangay, and from there fehev will visit a few weeks at'Gramim, A fired Lewis has been to Gtanum very weak of in the threat Mr. Slingshy has erected, a. new dwelling which is a credit to aiu and plenty large enougl for two. BUJiMIS Burmis, July Burmis foot ball club held a very successful'sniok ing concert on Saturday evening. Thi music was provided by different'mem bers of; the club and a good program of songs were ably rendered, and a) together :V very enjoyable even-ing was spent. Magistrate E. Disney was a busi- ness visitor to town this week. Mr. J. 0. -lane's, vice-president of District IS.'U. M. W. of A., was week-end visitor to town. large number of Burmis people travelled to Paashurg to'take in 'the horse race between "Gep. Carson' Qneenie and R. Glover's Nellie, but owing to Glover refusing "to run on a circle track, the race was not rug, which can a fid ;t lot of disappointment to the large crowd .that had gathered. However, a race was arranged the field between A. Derbyshire and (J. Carsoa, which the fitter's horso roil. A 4-10 yard race WHS then pulled off between W. Scott of Burmis and Fraser of Passbnrg, the forme winning by R good substantial margin. Mr. Robert f nlrclough of Coai Creek, was looking up old lances in town this week. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Cosson, of Mac- Icod were visiting friends in town this week. The work on" the new. school here is progressing most favorably, and Is expected lo be finished in the course of-a week 'or so. G, 1-Yaser of Paseburg has received ihe contract for plastering the same. The teflgur football panic that, was scheduled to take "place at Burrr.ia the IMth between' Coleman am' Uurmfs, wnw called off Owing to ,lhe inclemency of Ihe weather. H. K. Kiddle was a visitor to the I'ittsburg of Canada this week. Mr. J .Gnrrelt. lato fireboss with the West Canadian Collieries, at Lille, has aken up a similar position with the Davenport Coal Company. J. Ornlg, a Hamilton postman, was presnntnd with an oak rocker by the police, for his bravery In assisting a constaWn Bclleiuc Juh 2o Primrose of the R Al and U H C-imp bell of Vacleud town Wednesday____ O Dunham returned this morning is tup to Medicine JIat in irom South Pork spending a feu in the camp Stafford took in the LetiiDiidgc Sunday scliool excursion tc Crows Nest today s M Muipiu Mrs Mel nu and Miss McLcod, of filairnio'rc. were vis- itors, in Hellcvuc today! Cteo Hcil came in irom I ork list night ind is moving his famiH out, to his ranch. Mr, K'eal sUins that a hail storm on Sunday morn- ng lid cor- ru t, liinage to crops along the..Vorth Fort. A few of-the young men of Bcllcvue arc giving a dance in the opera house on Moidaj night The Pinchcr Cieck orchestra will furnish the music so 'this will-no dntiht he one. of the best dances held here for "some, time. COWLEY G. Bogart-Drewry of Cranbrook 'was the guest of Mrs. C. :Latta Saturday and Sundry Miss Margaret Smith oLLethlmdge is visiting friends in (his district. The River has-abal] team suffered a severe de-feat, at the hands of Beav- 1 Mines on the River grounds Sun- Grace V. Bcnnar entertained it fair house in the Jiouse Tuesday evening. Airs M c Robinson spent a few days In Coleman this week. H. C. .Morrison has sold his three j threshing outfits this fall and, the far-1 mers here should get-] ting their fbreshing done. Mr. .Mor- rison gays the sale of-harvesting i chinery is going to surpass all re- cords. ,'A real estate deal was put through liere Monday whereby the half sec- tion west of town belonging to Mr. A. Hoathillier passed Into th-a hands >f Michael Cleland of Lachute, Quc. The price paid was fir. the neighbor- hood of 150 jior acre. The beat land n the west docs not. sell for more than so wr must have the best. Mi9s Mary .MrDougal of Ferule is the guest of Miss Agnes MacMlllan. DIGGING WELLS AT BURDETTi COMPANY SURE TO HAVE SUFF CIENT SUPPLY OF GAS- FARMERS' TRIP Hurdtllc, July large deleg, lion ot Burdcttc farmers this farmers' special to the Exper mental Farm on .Monday, A vor pleasant time was spent by those w went to the farm and those who wen on to Lethbridgc. Much appreci lion was expressed for the courtes find kindness of Supt. Falrfield an his assistants in entertaining the pe< pie. Burdeltc crops have nothing to foa from a comparison with crops alon the line. "Off again, on again, gone again Twelve mites east Of Taber, th special was delayed nearly five hour the return trip. "Newsy" di great business. Who had the blgges supper at Taber? 'Nuff said, Mason and Strpme are out plowin the south road from town to Chi Coulee and back. Grading will h done along the entire roarf. Let. it, b soon, for the road is irt poor.shape t travel on now. Several rain showers have falle lately, and will improve the gral considerably. .Miss Jane Maxwell left last Thurs day for a visit to Ogema, Sask. A pleasant and successful picn was held al Lhe river last Thursday. Arrangements are being made an propositions discussed in connectio: with the farmers' -elevator here. Now "Is the time to get busy i-f it fs to b ready for the fall business. This fal will see a lot of grain brought to tow if provision is made Mr. Roberts has 'moved the old oi shed and attached it to his livery barn to -provide ,m6re room. A very pleasant evening was spen at. the home of Mr! and Mrs. Fred Lombard- last Friday. The occasion was a party-given'in hcnor of Miss S Lombard, who has returned lo Lech bridge. Everybody'Is.Invited to attend th church service each :Sabbath 'evening at'T.IiO. Sunday school at fi.UO, A new gas well was comniencer last w cek on Tohn Ross place nea the iner Pipe is hiuled am laid from the. well to the maiir pip.i running E4RLY HARVEST AT CLARESHOLM GROWING READY FOR SOCIETY ORGANIZED Claresholm, July ams, of th-a Department of Agriculture spent some time here this week in ah attempt to interest the women of the distnct in orgimring a in stitutc in conjunction with the Ex pcrimental Farm, but through lack of advertising "and th-3 misunderstand' us of some oT the ladies her efforts did not meet with much success. An- other attempt, will "be made in the near future to-organize. A large amount of work is being put forward on Ih-c grou'rrds of the Agricul- tural Society. In a few-'days-every- thing will be in shape for the coming fair, which, it is expected, will be more up-to-date than ever before. New improvements have been added to the new gates put up, -and a )unds this FERRY SERVICE TO P. E. Ottinvn, Out., July Depart- Rnilways hopes to have t-he imposed ferry between Prince Kd- vim! island iml the .mainland in op- oration before "inter. Tenders havo been called for service in Canada, the Jnitcd Siales, Grent Hritain, Germany nnd Doiirnarh. nnd they must, be ,ln by August Firms putting In''tah- Irrs will iurnish their own speciflca- Ions. Chief of Police Carpenter says Mon- rrnl is Ihe centre of .the opium truffle n Canada. general overhauling of the and track will be commenced ccming week. Harvesting in this district will be in full swing in about a week. Crop conditions generally are ih-e best for several years.' FalT wheat .in some places shows damage from wire worm but the spring is in fine condi- tion. A few days of sunshine will ripen the grain and an early harvest this district is as iured, The People's Independent Political .Association has called a meeting of (be electors of the polling subdivision here for July IH, -tor the purpose of appointing, delegates to attend Ihe general convention which meets here on August 5. when they expect to nominate a candidate to contest, this constituency In the next stection. The annual flower show will be held on Aligns t. It, and a big prize list has been prepared. This event is always one of importance (o the ladies hero, and has been very successful In the past. Tennis nnthuslastR have arranged a tournament, to be held in the near fut- ure, and considerable '.interest is be- ing taken in the cv-ant. The Choral Society met at, the home of Mrs. (Dr.) R. P.r Stecveg this week ind sea- son. A small.operetta will tva put on this fall, and the different parla have been sent for. Officer-) were qlected and committees appointed to carry on the 'A'ork. The town .team has bcCn kept busy this week, mowing weeds along Ihe side streets, anri a big improvement is noticeable. The Weed Inspector (or this district Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY I lieal Estate .Financial Brokers DOMINION SVOCK. PHONE NOS. 1007. LOOK THESE OVER 4 lots well situated, Parkdale. SNAP 3 lots, corner 7th Ave. and 18th Streflt. 5 lots ou comer, in Block 3 lots llth Street, South, on. tha facing east.......11050.00 L. S. RIPLEY CO. FARMERS JUST A MINUTE! I Here's a chance to buy that new wagon you want this Jail at ACTUAL WHOLE- J SALE COST. Only a dozen left. Read this I' list and call next time you are in town. M FISH WAGONS 1 3% in. arm, 3 in. tire, 2S in. box and 3 in. arm, 3 in. tire, cast skein, 38 in. box.and 1 in. arm, 3 nY.'tlre, steel skein, 28 in, box and seat Six extra 28 Inch and seats, uch f TUDHOPE WAGONS 1 in. arm, 2% in. tire, cast in. box and seat 1 3U in. arm, 3 2S in. box and seat 1 SIA in. arm, 3 inch tire, cast skeiu, 28 in. box and seat in, arm, 3 inch steel skein, 2S in. box and seat 1 in. arm, 3 inch tire, .steel skein, 28 .In. box and Four extra 2S in. boxes at 124.00 each, brakes extra. have also n fine stock of. McLaughliu Democrats styles and sizes. Those are sterling None better'and" flood. t( Hyde and Saunders Wjrehoun ind office, cor. 2nd Ave. E. and 12th "A" P 0. TELEPHONE-1844. ias accomplished wonders in his line .gain this year. weed crop. normous last year, but t'forta in the field this year shows a ecrease of about 75 per, cent. The Gun club got together thii ,eek ound of their'shot guns 'signified leir intention of. being in shape foi he bunting season. Mrs. J. F. Miller, wife of the rawia- er of the Union Bank, Was to he hospital this suffering, from ppendicitis. A successful operation performed, and rapid .recovery in ooked for. HOSMER fi Hosmer, July W.. Burgess back again at the C. P. R. depot-to clieve W. T. Watson who IB leaving s for a short time. The football team Saturday's atch against Michel will line', up illows: Harry T. Partridge and is. Wardrop: A. Rice, George .Me- ueen and Billy White: W.Thornton, J. Thorn- ton, and 1. Hutchison, Reserves: W Partridge and W. Ranken, Players are requested' to the Hosmer Liver} and hie, punctually at 3.30. Mr. W. Smith has once again as- sumed the duties of pipefitter at the mines, after his vacation, but says it is not nearly as interesting ening. ROBBED FORMER AMERICAN WOMAN .OstendrBel., July is'annauii-, ced that the Princess of Thum. and. Tails, nhile staling at a hotel has been robbed of jewels valued it The Princess, prior- to marriage to Prince Victor at tomn, Pa, was the divorced wife General Gerald Pttzgerald. v For Sale A perfect half section fouth half MC. 32-5-15 west meridian near War- ner. Price per acre this only E. T.Nichols Alexandra Hotel BOND MARKET IS GLUTTED Toronto, July Mail and Empire says: "The news of the fsil- iirft.of Mayor Geary'and the city! treas- urer to find a 'market for the clly'a bonds, has not occasioned fc great Meal of surprise in local centres. Bankers in close.touch with the greal money markets expected nothing else. London is overloaded with bond of- the great money houses pref-er to wait untillhc Investing pub He digests a fair portion of them. DINEEN WILL'SUPPORT TAFT Springfield, 111., July com- mittee of five progressive republicans, appointed by iMcdili McCo'rmfclc to wak on Governor Dln-oen and .ascer- tain whether lie would support Taft or Roosevelt for president, was in- formed by the governor thai he con- iltierrd Taft the regular homines of; the republican pirty for president! and that as such he felt obliged to atrpport bis candidacy. 1 FOR QUICK SALE Two Splendid'Lots 6th Ave. S. (Court- land St.) close to cor- ner. each .1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Bldg. 7th St. ;