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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Thursday, July 27, .1011. TTTE LETHIJRIDGE DAILY HERALD (r The best buy in the city FAIR- MONT F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents RAILROAD TALK AT P1NCHER CREEK HEAVY LOSS AT GRAND FORKS Business Block Was Lick- ed-Up by Flames Grand Forks, II. C., .Inly 25. A Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. FOR EXCHANGE one-half and southeast one-fourth Section thirty-four, Town- ten. Range nineteen. 444.6 acres. River bottom land. East Cameron ranch. To .exchange for modern home in Lethbridge. O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDQE. I OR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE IHERLOCK Cheap Building Lots From up. Only down and per month. These are within the city limits, and are sure to double this fall North Letlibridge Realty Co. Is Your Furniture Insured? Call us up at 623 and we will send our'in- surance-'man to see A'on. Willae Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, WEST A. R. I. OFFICE. PHONE 6Z3. OBSERVATIONS OF A KENTUCKY MAN Cheap Land in Alberta Compared With Land in His State Kcw Dayton, .July very in- teresting visitor to Nuw Dayton this week is Mr. J. W. Fry, of Lexington, Ky., who is spending a holiday with the rear of Manly's hardware store, j Ills son, Alcliin Kry, south of town, tliat the biineli of promoters who j Petrie's book and stationery store: Mr. Kry is ;i manufacturer of t'alcite launehcil the survey, ostensibly for; and Mclntyre's hardware store. So in his home city. This pro- no other than inoney-nmkiiig purpos- j rapidly did the flames spread that all disliniruisheil from domestic es of the I'inchcr Crccii, Cardston six o'clock the entire block was h Montana railwav, subsequently dub-I huge mass of burnint; cinders. The ior 'mporlcd whiting in tnal it is _ ......_.. fissure veins.on the Ken- river, while the latter is taken the cliff rocks of Knglaud. llreiiles his manufacturi I'inchcr Crcclt, .Inly pro- ceedings of the railway committee at Ottawa tomorrow, 2'lth inst., will bo watched with considerable interest by tho people longing ,for better rail- way facilities in this particular por-j disastrous lire swept over the main lion of Alberta. The date mentioned'portion of the business houses in is the one on which tile t.'anadiiin j (irand Forks on Tuesday morning at Northern will make its application to j -1.10. Where the fire originated it the coinmiltec lo have its southern ami western routes from Calgary rail fied hv that body. Humors arc ripe bard to locate, but when first no ticed it was burning very rapidly at or imported whiting in stores for more far-rescuing purposes, styled one or two exceptions, saved noth-I ilhc Dominion 1'aeilic, intend to raise ing, owing to the intense heat and bcti the Allii I'aclllc ami lallcrly, owners of tlic various all kinils o( objections ohstruc- liercc corillagralion. tions to the ratification of the C.N. U. route. The dealings of these promoters, in so far as they have affected the citi- zens of I'inchcr Creek and those along the route extending in both directions from this point, have been the means pK stationery of listing them' as a handful of im- becilcs or novices at tlic railway building business. And if the pro- ceedings at Ottawa on the 2-lth go to substantiate the suspicions entertain- ed by so many interested people here, that they arc handicapping an cstab- MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS SNAPS SNAPS 3 roomed house and 2 Iota, North Ward, dtlh: balance monthly payments. 160 acres good farm land miles from railway. Ill Easy terms. W. M. Harris Firo Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phono 1807. No. 1 Ranching Propositions acres in block, 50 per. cent, tillable, running water on trad.; 'only per acre; good terms. 2240 acres 8 miles from good town. 50 per cent, or more till- able; several Barings on tract; per aero; good terms. Good half section on Weyburn line, only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. interests Those who suffered entire loss were: Mr. Fry, with a partner, Phil. T. P. JJurus ct 0V, meat market; 3. [Hun, Ims a stable of Kirk, jeweller; .1. If. shoe-1 running horses. These horses have maker; T. Wnldron, barber; several years heen taking the mcrs' cigar store; Manly's hardware [good money on the tracks at Jack- lished railway instit cappng a tution, tTl leir name .will bo "Dennis" with all classes of this community. The time 1ms gone past when tlic Alberta Pacific could store Boundary Trust A Investment and Mclntyre's hardware store A. S. McKim's grocery store; R. Gardiner's furniture store Miss Huffman's millinery store C. P. R. telegraph office; the Mann Drug Co.'; F. Miller's undertaking parlors West's restaurant. While A. D. Mor- srmvillc, Florida Lexington, Louis- ville and Latonia, Ky. In this stable arc RO registered brood mares hont which Mr Kry said each year, "We sell a good many youngsters." Asked a question as to what stallions the company used, Mr. Fry said they didn't own their own, for "so few sires produce a good percentage W, FOR SALE Bungalo, 6 rooms, furnace and conveniences, workshop and storeroom, fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded by and shade trees; furniture goes with the place; 5 lota 127 ft. front- age; on 15th Street South; a eood buy; balance 4 years or cash. Apply to owner, at 818 15TH STREET SOUTH' rison, the Hoyal Hank anil K. Prib- j winners, that it needs a stable with ilske suffered heavy losses. Several i a life string of marcs to pay to keep other stores and business places also stallions." Mr. Fry and his partner sustained minor losses. The approxi- are in the business partly for the mato loss ot thc stores can- Iiavo demonstrated to the neighbor- hoods thrniigh which its proposed he estimated at present, but it route would run, that their intentions ican he. figured somewhere in the neigh VALLEY NOTES Several from this, vicinity made Sweet Valley, July and business trips lp Nanton tin's week. Hoy Witting Is sporting a new bug- gy these days. Wonder what girl will be first to ride in it? The Sweet Valley Sunday school will hold a picnic in the new school house on August 3. A programme is fcethei Witting and Mr. Horton call- ed at Bingham's on Sunday after- njon. Mr Harriett will commence platter- Ing the school house this coming Mon- day. Mr. eimpman has the foundation laid for a new dwelling. being arranger! and ice cream will be served. SUMMER EXCURSIONS Ton enn purclnw round trip pxcurrion tickets it gently reduced {HTM, everyday until September 30' lo [ilncfn in EASTERN CANADA All rail or vi. steamer between Fort William anil Owen Round. S MAGNIFICENT STEAMSHIPS 5 uilinf from Fort William rvery Surxkj', Tqosday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. You iiw purchase round trip eteurrion HclrcK laluced fnres every day until September 30, lo nil principal places on the PACIFIC COAST Iffving you nn opportunity lo visit nod resorts Jn tho Canadian Rockies, Banff Field allowed it nil points. No side nccemry to view the iwnery, item IM from the train. Standard ant! Cm tod Dining For complete information, iml tickets apply to any CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY TICKCT AGENT or write to- R G. McNEILLIE, Putrid fMwtftr Afterti were genuine from (he go-in. They have had about two years' innings at llio job and arc not much further ahead lliari- when started. Up- wards of has been expended by them on preliminary work, we arc told, hut which, if properly applied, might Iio doing .some good to the country by this, The only other incident connected with the railway situation here present is the action of the town council, which held a special meeting to discuss the and at wli it was decided to request John Hcv- ron, M.P., to use his efforts at Ot- tawa, toward having the C.N.R; stii- tion erected within the town limits, The C. N. H, route runs from tiie south fork of the Old Man River to Pincher Creek in the vicinity of the convent, thence to Kishlnirn via' the Halifax flats. The past week was punctuated with several wet spells, the last of which occurred Saturday afternoon, when small-sized hail fell. Farmers arc onging for warm weather to follow :hc rains experienced, and everything will be in as promising a state as ever. Fortunately the bail storms did damage worth mentioning in any of the sections visited that way. Sunshine prevails here today and the emperature is pleasantly .warm. A handsome price was realized last by D. McCain for a team'of lacks, tlic amount being The urcliaser was Air. Wallers, ot For- te. Weed Inspector Lane Es making de- linquents refusing to comply with the law, pay up in court. His. last vic- tim was ff- Forticr, of Cov.'lcy, who was fined and costs. .f, IT. Schoficld has sold his gro- cery business to Messrs. McKerricker Urns, He also disposed of the block in which his former business was con- ducted together with the post office, Upton's tailor shop and the Oddfel- low's Mall overhead, the I. 0. 0. F. lodge being the purchasers. There is likely to he a large at- tendance from here to the Methodist, Sunday school picnic to Crow's Nest on the 27th, under the auspices oi the Letlibridge. Maclcod and Finchcr Creek .Suniiftv I The return cricket match between i Pinchcr Creek and Fishburn will lie played at the Inst named place on the 36 tli. A birthday party will be held on HID parsonage lawn by the Ladies' Aid of the "Methodist church on Aug- ust 1st. borhood of S100.000. sport, hut mainly as a straight busi- ness proposition, relying more on the products of. the stable than their track winning The reporter next asked Mr. about the' farming industry of state compared with that of province. Mr. Fry said, "Von Claresholm News Claresholm, July marriage took pLicc at Victoria on July 20, of raising wheat on land in Alberta; ENDON NEWS Endon, July J. Bontch and his son Thomas, who are homestead- ing hero, have returned from a visit to their former home across the line. The Messrs. Bontch brought hack with them a car 'of settlers' effects. The drops are loOKlng fine around Endon. Spring wheat and oats are filling well and all danger seems past. Yields of from -10 to SO bushels acre are looked for. V. W. 'Messinger has recently pur- chased a nure bred hogs and will engage in that department of farming. Miss Lizzie Whynacht, who has 'been in the employ of .Airs. V. W. Messinger as maid, for the past two years, removed to Medicine Hat last week. Plowing operations are beint? vigor- ously prosecuted here. A large acre- if !ic lmd an-v intenllon scl1- age is being broken and indications -Jacob G. of Claresholm, to I Miss V. E. Hoskin, of Winnipeg, form- V ierly of Toronto.. Tho happy couple ar- in Claresholm yesterday. Mr. Moore, who 1ms bought the ni'fi Glengarry Ranch near here, is a decid his thi ed acquisition to the community. He we arc using in Kentucky, Part owner of Mho Dromore Stock Farm, at St. Glair, where and you are getting n.ore grain horges are standard bred for we are. Our harvest is over ml the race track. He is the owner o Kentucky. This year we got 15 bush: Justice Brooks, champion trotting sta els to the acre. Our average for 10JIiotl of 'he world, whose mark as r i-> i v-iii it'.vo-year-old was also of Na- years- has been W bushels. Belle, and other well-known per- wlicat is grown altogether, and with ifnrmerfi. pj-om the bromoro Stock it hnmp and tobacco. Kentucky is i farm there aro between twenty anil 'thirty harness horses on circuit. Mr, one Glengarry Moore Intends to break thousand acres on the the hamicr state of the Un- A further, observation made by Air. Fry was "I think Ranch( you have a splendid chance to build cattie. The ranch will be trans- up some good towius, and when into one of the finest stock can do that, agnnulture must be in Canada. Whether Mr. Moore reason for it." Mr. Fry owns section of-land south of New Dayton, and. smiled at. the reporter, when .he will send one or of his record breakers up here remains to be seen. point to a big crop next year. Owing The New Dayton visitor has -just to the splendid rains of June a perfect begun sonic observations on reciproc- seed bed for has been made pos-jity when the interview was interrupt- gather, how- Eible- led. Wc'wefe ahle to The grass will soon he cured And lever, that about half the voters in 'ho danger of prairie fires will j Mr. Fry's statc will favor rcolproc- Personally, Mr. Fry thought it for all hut the manufacturers. i be with us. Newcomers should be jfcv good His own industry, however, will warned of (be dreadful consequences of fire and every possible means should be taken to prevent a repeti- tion of (he loss of IfllO. Constant caro ou the part of every settler is necessary. Another now post office has been granted near Endon. Under Liberal government the needs of this new Country arc being well provided for. not suffer. Mr. Fry, in company with Mrs. Fry party of New Dayton friends, a visitor to Stirling Monday, and was where lie took in the Pioneer celebration, lie will probably I with his son for a month. He has been here for the past month but returning to his home this week. A. E. Thompson, C. P. R. agent, has gone on holiday. R. E. Moffatt has gone to Frank on business. The base ball, team are practicing for a match ail the Fair. R. S. Law, lately from England, has gone into partnership in the real es- tate busincs with S. L. Fraser: Frod Hossell, farmer, northeast of here, has gone into partnership In real estate in Calgary, hut will also attend to his fanning interests here. An application was made to the Howe's in tin Town Council last -week .by circus for privilege to show town, and no one knew anything ab- out it until the bills wore-plastered nil NEWS FROM 2-15 Miss Alice frillis arrived Saturday rom Stratlicona where .she has spent icr vacation. School commences Monday, July M. Mr. and Mrs. Selas Madge leaves .his week for Flagstone, B. C., where hey intend fo remain for sonic time. Mrs. Win. Fulton and children, of Ontario, arc visiting John, .IcKnight and family. j Wo haven't said much about the I rops in this vicinity, lately fnrlhcr- ,ve don't need io. They speak for j temst-lvi's. Mrs. Win. Fulton will render a vo- al solo at the services lny, .Inly 30. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, 3lO.OOO.OOO FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking" business including" the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application. BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every.branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to he operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the .Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal'visit to the Bank. A231 Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr, over the country side announcing .this 1 circus. Claresholm has not been visit ed by a circus for three years, and is extremely unfortunate that this cir ens visits the town on the day before the Fair, August. 8. Tho result will be of course, that many will come lo the circus and leave out the Fair, and, aa all sorts of money will go 'out of town In the train of the circui Town Council charged the circus ?25 for showing their loudly-billed three- ring show, being the same sum charged for a small coon show a week or two. ago. It surely seems that something could have been done in tho way of protection for the Fair by OF CANADA TolilAnctsOvcr) Mi} tlsl KM. Use Our Bank Money Orders the next time 3'ou send a small sum to any point in Canada, or to any large city iu the United States. They'cost as Vi under Ic. to tte. to to ISc. With this low cost, they combine convenience with absolute safety. For larger sums use our Drafts. Office cor. Round A Rectpvth SttG, R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. W. Luckhardt, Manager. the Council. SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Sundial, July to Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Kellerman, July ISth, a One, .big baby girl. Mother and child are doing fine. Mrs. Jacob Dunn, of Osakis, Minn., arrived on Friday to upend month or more at the home of her sons, Hen nnd Bert Dunn. Miss Anna Sanders and sister Clara, and Carl Bergman drove to Bowville on Sunday (o call on Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gourlie. Messrs. Ivmitson and Anderson and Miss A. Sanders called on Mrs. Hans Johnson and'family on Sunday. Misses Ethel and Hazel Dieselh, of .ethbridge .are visiting at C. E. In- B ram's. Miss Cora Mathcws Is staying at Kellerman's. Miso Sophia Engen returned home on Saturday, after spending the week at Dunn's. Tho dance at Connor's for the bene- fit of the Literary was a great suc- cess, In spite of the cloudy weather. 13 very body reported a good time. Dr. D. Woodcock hud the misfort- ine to lose one of his spring colts. :t was badly cut on a barbed wire. The Gpworth League at Kashnir net on Friday, and was well attended, md on, Saturday evening thoy gave in entertainment in school Mrs. G. P. Ruse and baby Mac and CUiVAKD LINE. .Canadian Service Do you know you can now travel between Canada and England by the old reliable Cnnard Line direct Canadian service sailing from Montreal- London and Southampton? To London 3rd class ocean 129 From London Cabin (one class) up The excellence of service for which the line is so well known Is being maintained in its Canadian Service. For full particulars apply to uny Cnnard Line Canadian Seivice agent, or write to H. E. LIDMAN, Agt. Can. West, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. Miss Aldrouffb culled on Dunn's bis Sunday. Grandpa Buckvalu is on the sick 1st i "Mrs. C. K. Engen called on Knudson on Sunday. Services at Kasimlr .were tended on Sunday. The correspondent wishes to'cor- rect a mistake made in last week's news. The Lutheran services were conducted on July Iti, in place of the date of August C. Roberts and Falkland are finishing up their breaking near Mr. Hunt's. Llverton and Grady finished their breaking for Milnes and Noble in. the, "atter's field. Your rent will buy a home Lots, only 5 blocks east Of. North Ward school on Fifth and Sixth. Avc. are now on tlic market at the low price of each, cash, and per month. For sale by The Cascade-is Land Co. MACDONALD BLOCK. Sherlock SI. THE BIGGEST SNAPS 1NTAKM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Fenced. Stable, etc. 80 acres In Spring wheat. Price per acre. cash, in half crop payments. MO 500 acres in crop, Spring whftftt, coking splendid. S miles from town. per acre. We have some splendid maps in raw ,'and, close to Weyburn survey, for 'rom to per acre. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. to The Land Co. ;