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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Diily Herald. Wednesday, Jiily F C LOWES COMPANY 1 f UkJ VX, -TTLl 1 1 Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH BAIN ON THIS LAND We own and offer you a full section near Kimball. They have had plenty of rain here and crops look good. This land will be sold at a lovr price and on terms you cannot beat It will be sold quickly. LOOK THIS UP Try our plan instead' of making a loan. There is no delay. LIST WITH US. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY Whitney Block Ltthbridge DON'T ALL SPEAK AT ONCE We have a client who will 'trade a: good business block in a Western Town for Two Good Automobiles or One Automobile and balance of -'equity in five equal annual instalments at 6 per cent., or good Lethbridge Realty. r the Lethbridgc-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. Phone 1173. One Door South Balmoral Hotel. Distributing Agency for Rumley Cockshutt and Frost and Wood Lines Farm Implements. AND JNSURANCE You have been.looking for a snap for a long time. We now have them in city pro- perty and We have them'on account of owners be- ing forced to sell. .Call and see these snaps, before they are picked up. We can locate you GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D; L HMBALL, Mgr. Suite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 MONEY MONEY MONEY !For small and large capital we have "property to sell which will make you money while you are sleeping. Investments on house property will bring you in from; 10 to 20 per cent, interest. Whv he satisfied with 4 per cent. Houses from and upwards to suit all parties. Orders taken for car loads of coal. Eire and Life Insurance. The Golden West Realty CD. Phone 623. .J.B.WiUde P. 0. Box 642. D.King GROW APPLES AT FRUIT VALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live in comfort You can .live in an ideal climate, enjoy fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and. make more money on an ORCHARD TRACT at FRLHTVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry. AND GROW RICH. .Others are doing not YOU? Splendid climate. High-winds and dust storms unknown.- proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23-Ward St., Nelson B. C. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money >to loan on improved city property and farm landsx R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block Fire Insurance Real Estate City and Farm Loans The H. Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. COLLECT H o Ul r 0 rooms. Coutts rooms, Rogers Street, CD rooms, Argyle rooms, Redpatb. Rooms, Duff to rent Redpatb. to rent, close CO V-2 Oowslef O o O m 0 St. Sherlock o car to show the H CO the The London Times announces constitution. of a new body to be to English literature what the French Academy is to France. T. N. CHRISTIE CC. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. FAIR WILL JJE THE BEST EVER Agricultural Society Dir- ectors Make Special Efforts At the meeting of the directors of the Agricultural Society last evening the following judges .in addition to the judges for. live-stock supplied by the provincial department of agricul- ture, were' appointed: Grams and. W. Green, John Taylor, F. Sick. Field-Roots, Vegetables and Fruits E. Miebach, L. P. Tuff and Jas. Ashcroft. v House Plants and Cut Mrs. G- H. Johnston, Mrs.: TV F. Kirkham, Mrs. Rigby. Dairy Kerr; ;W. Scott, C.VanHorn. -.Meats and W. .Crofts, R. Lee. Domestic products :Mrs. "W. H. A. Ladies' Work, Home Manufactures, McLeay, Mrs. C. McClena- Fine .Arts, Natural History and D. Higinbotham and Rev, A. M. Gordon. ,A TIME; TO BOOST Ail the committees, reported., every- thing pretty well for the fair. The, ways and means committee .re- ported' receiving a grant .from, the city towards the expenses.. The.opin- ion of W. H. Pawson, H. E. Miebach and otter' farmers present appeared to be that while conditions in the 'country. are not. quite as. good as might still there are a. number of good crops, samples from which will make fine' exhibits both at the' fair 'and at the Dry Farming Congress and Exposition at Spokane in. October. In view of the partial failure of the crop; this year-a special effort is go- ing to ibe made by the directors to make the Agricultural exhibits at the fair especially good. ABOUT THE INDIANS In answer to a question "by Geo. Houk, the secretary said that no re- ply had been received to. his letter to the'agent of the Blood reserve, _ invit- ing the Indians to make exhibits, .of their agricultural produce. G. H. Johnston, chairman of the domestic products committee, asked for the use of the whole of the sec- ond floor of the main building this year. A. R- MacGuire suggested that -iarms and strips of cotton or canvas" jbe placed out in front of the grand i stand to shade the occupants of the, j lower seats from the sun. It could I be done, he said, in such a way as not to interfere with the view of the occupants of the rear seats. CARE OF EXHIBITS D. J. Whitney spoke of the annoy- ance caused in past years by fine arts, home manufactures and such ex- hibits being lost or misplaced and sometimes stolen. He suggested that {a lady caretaker should be appointed jto look after that section, and that a system of checking and specified I time for the removal of exhibits fixed to do away with the rush that 'hith- erto has taken place on the last day by people endeavoring to secure their j property. Insurance against fire for such exhibits was also spoken of. The whole matter was referred "to the ex- hibits committee to take the neces- jsary steps and engage the necessary help to put Mr. Whitney's suggestions into effect. A railing will probably be placed in front of the exhibits to keep the crowd beyond handling reach. I The races committee was instructed j to appoint judges for the racing men jwho thoroughly understood the land if possible, to select men living outside the city. A bill for S250 for the laige tent j used' at Calgary Fair by the T. Eat- ion Company and purchased from them was S Those present at the meeting were President Geo. M, Hatch, E. Adams, JH. E. Miebach, Hugh Boyd, W. H. Pawson, G. H. Johnston, H. P. Gat- j troll, Wm. Oliver, J. F. Rodgers, D. Whitney, Geo. Houk, A. R. Mac- jGuire and Secretary J. W. McNicol. CURED OFOMSTIPATON Mr. Ahdiwft pralSM Dr. Morse's Indian Root Mr. Andrews of Halifax, N.S, writet: many years I have been troubled with chronic Constipation. This ment never comes single-handed, utd I have been a victim to the many ittnenct that constipation brings in its ttmin. Medicine after medicine I have taken in order, to find relief, but one and all left jne in the same, hopeless condition. It teemed that nothing would expel from me the one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at last I read about thew Indian Root Pills. Tnat was indeed a lucky day for me, for I was so-impressed with the state- ments made -that I determined to jive them a fair, trial. They hare regulated my stomach aai I am cured of constipation, and I daim they have no equal at a medi- cine." Far over half a century Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been curing con- itipation and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments which frim them. They cleanse the whole system aad urify the blood. Sold S MILLION AND HALF July H.; Svroarington, of Kansas City, Mo-; who claims a record by writing a policy, of. on the life of George head'of. eight cement 'companies in "western and east ern -with. ..headquarters in Kansas. has come to Spokane broker part of Ahat amount among insurance concerns in this city and the Pacific 'Northwest. I He said "that :the policy is carried by 166" companies, the, .largest 'amount consigned-to one concern, be- j ing underwritten' in .New York. Mr. j Nicholson was: examined 108 by two physicians on each occasion, and 71 employed" to make the The premi- um is a matter of a little more than Mr.' Swearingtpn said that because "Mr. Nicholson practically holds the future of the cement'busi- ness in his hands; the directors of the eight companies, "of which he is found it advisable sary to insure his Mr. Nicholson is 49 years of age and is in.perfect health. UNCLE JOE IS UNPOPULAR j Spokane, July Joe' Cannon, speaker of the House of Representatives, United States Sena- tor Aldrich. and other relics of poli- tical bossisra, have few friends the farmers of the said E. M. Smith, lecturer for the State Grange of Washington and secretary of the Progressive Political alliance, in an. interview here to-day. He add- .._.. 'Fifteen thousand fariners Wash- ington belonging to the .Grange and. more affiliated with the Farm- ers' Co-operative and Educational Union are deeply stirred .vita the spirit of. insurgency, and deter- mined to put an end to the .''auto-, cratie control of state and national politics by agents of the "Scratch a farmer on the back and you will find: a man .who Speaker. .Cannon kicked out of Bffice and Senator Aldriqh Tetired from pub- lic life, and, wnat is more, who if willing to exert his' own political fluence to the accomplishment ol these ends. Also you '.will find man can no longer be blinded' bjj appeals to his .prejudices made crafty f corporation lawyers. are the 'hig stick' and. they, will make themselves heard." F iia INVESTIGATE GRAFT WOODSTOCK Woodstock, Ont., July special of the city council was appointed to investigate graft charges j They have had detectives at work in the county. It is said that some in- j criminating evidence has "hung j up. The council will be called to- j gether in a few days to receive the report of the FOR 25 cents Spoon trays, cake plates, salt cel- cups and saucers, Rose jars, oread and butter plates; fruits. Our window is filled with articles too numerous to mention in detail. You will find what you 1iave heen looting for there at 25c a. piece. rotners Phone 556 CARMAJNTGAY TO INGORPORATE WATER IN THE LITTLE BOW HAS REACHED THE TOWN. July special meeting is being held to-night to dis- cuss the. advisability of incorporating, the Tillage as a town. A large attend an.ce is expected as the question, is one of sreat importance to all. The Board "of Trade meet to-night also, and will give .the movement their whole support. Water is now plentiful in the Lit-v tie Bow river, thanks to the .prompt action of the government, and the threatened danger to the -cattle is now averted. Although a large stream of water was turned -in at High River. It has taken nearly two for it to. reach here, a strik- ing proof of the parched condition of tine earth. PRTAGE LA PRAIRIE PAPER WAS SCORCHED Portage La Prairie, July office of the daily Graphic and Week- ly Liberal was damaged toy fire which started in the press room but which was extinguished before any real damage was Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial? If not, whynot Are you aware of the fact that ther-e are NONE better manufactured? Ask your dealer to show you Matches, Jfaper of-all descriptions; Paper Bags, and Washboards. He is not up-to-date unless he can show you woodenware.made at EDDY'S, E. B. Eddy Go'y. Ltd, Hull, Canada T Tr "A" "r. T" DR. CRI.PPEN HAS BEEN ARRESTED Montreal, July des- patch .to ithe Gazette here to- day contains the report that Dr. for who mhe -po- have instituted such searching inquiries, lias been arrested on iboarod the, steam- er Montrose, ii midocean. If REAL ESTATE LOANS .INSURANCE1 Asquith Lindsey 307 CRABB STRET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. To Wholesalers, Retailers and Consumers of Fruit The fruit trees of British Columbia are carrying at the present m6iiient a crop three times as large as previous year. You can be supplied with B. C. Cherries, Plums, Prunes, Peaches, Pears, Crab Apples and both Fall and Winter Apples. For preserving purposes Peaches Plums and Prunes will be and at the right prices The high quality of B.C. fruit of all kinds is well known Quality in quantity will be found in it this year. The pack will Special effort has been made to follow the recommendations, which were made by the retailers to Metcalfe Market Commissioner last season. The pack you will find to be of lull weight, fruit properly graded, clean, well packed and of attractive appearance Our Cherries you can get now. Apricots will be on your markets com- mencing August 1st Peaches will be.plentiful starting about August 5th, and in full carloads about August 25th and during September Plums and Prunes are in large supply. Pears will be of extra quality and in good supply. Apples a full crop of all kinds If you wait and buy B.C. fruit you will not be disappointed either in quality, quantity or price. Don't fail to watch and wait for it, The fruit is coming into the province. ;