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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta F. Representing: North American Life Ammoce 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 RAIN ON THIS LAND We own and offer you a full section near Klmball. They hare had plenty of rain here and crops look good. This land will be sold at a low 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. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH U8. FARM SECURITY COMPANY MJUDGES AT DRY FARMING EXHIBITION i PROMINENT'MEN WILL CONSID ER 'MERITS OF THE EXHIBITS Spokane, Wash., "July DON'T ALL SPEAK AT ONCE We have a client who will 'trade a good business block in a rWestern 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. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. Phone 1173. One Door South'Balmoral Hotel. Agency for Cockshutt and Froit and Wood Farm LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE You have been looking for a snap for a long time. have them-in city pro- perty and farm lands. WeJaYe them ing forced to sell. Call and. see these snaps before they are picked 'We can locate you GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. p. L KIIBALL, Mjr. 115 Bid. Plwic 417 MONEY MONEY MONEY 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. Why be satisfied with 4 per cent. JJpuses; from and upwards to suit all -parties.. '_ Orders-taken for; car loads of coal. Fire and-Life.Insurance. The Golden West Realty Co. Phone-623. J.B.Wilkie 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 FRUITVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. .Others are doing it why. 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 lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block fire Insurance Real Estate City and Farm Loans The U Innnnu Sherlock Block. William Rennie, head of the seed firm of William Rennie and Sons, Toronto, is dead, aged seventy-five years. WE COLLECT RENTS HOUSES FOR BENT 7 rooms, Coutts Street. 7 rooms, Rogers Street, four new houses. 7 rooms, Argyle Avenue. 10 rooms, Redpath Street 7 Rooms, Duff Addition. Store to rent Redpath Street. Shacks to rent, close in. The Oowsley McMillan Land Company. Glyn St. Sherlock Building Phone 544 A car to show the property. -WE COLLECT RENTS sor Walter H. Olin, superintendent o premiums and awards, has appoint ed the -following experts as judges to pass 'upon, the .exhibits of grains grasses, fruits at the International exposition ;in connection with the fifth. Dry Fanning Congress n Spokane; the week of October 3: Grains and C. p. College of Agricul- ure, University-'of. 'Minnesota, St. Anthony's Park, Minn., and L.C. Ai- her, superintendent the .Idaho Exr >erimental Farm, Caldwell, Idaho. 0. B. .'WjiTp: le, horticulturist, Montana, Agricul- iiral Bozeman, Mont. W: S.. Thornber, orticulturist, State College of Wash- ington, Pullman, Wash. Growers in. Washington, Idaho, Or-. egon; tab. -North. Dakota, .Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas and ,nhe- province of Alberta will send large displays to ie entered in cofiipeti- tions for casfh. prizes .and premiums of a total value of 43500, which will be awarded by., the management of the Congress, and in addition many will bring double exhibits, al- Mornlnf I When did you jet that "Put It on myself. You'rt -Joklnfl" "Sure I did I" "Whit "PACKARD'S aorta. ItVtturanlr-dfwlnr that will put on a Hit that. on. tafc A or .two a with a my Mw. MakM.thtm wwr too A combination of of clMMtnr IhKtfd and a tin of polUhlnc pait.TBox Calf for all tr I5carid25c. U H. FACKAttl KJmttot 1 BIONTUEAI. so compete for aggregating 500, -offered -by the Spokane Inter- State >Fair "More than ordinary interest'Is cen- tered in the exposition in'connection with the-congress in Professor "tjlin, "and we- expect, -ex- hibits-.r-from various .-.the.'TJn- Jsilly> ited States, Canada, Mexico, and four or .five foreign countries. The chief purpose of -the exposition is to :siiow what -can be accomplished in districts where the principles of dry. farming life, .as well as against accident or' ickness, .together with, the cost of uch insurance in Tinder ;itihe heading of education and, Jahguage records taken for -every, person of five years of age and over showing -the number of months school in 1910, and If -the .person can read.and write, and-the language commonly spoken by each person., The cost of education in 1910 for per- sons years of age at college, are practised, and we 'believe- the i ing will-convince: the most skeptical." convent or-university is also called for. last question on .the-schedule, -population, relates to infirmities. It, calls-.for a record of.each, person 'having an'--infirmity. H'-iblind, deaf and crazy or lunatic, idiotic or a record thereof -will (be made in.the proper column, and .the age at .which the infirmity appeared is re- quired, to. foe specified. T. N. CHRISTIE A. CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. Next Census, In 19.II The next census of Canada will taken under date of June 1st, ,1911, and will embrace the subjects of pop- ulation, mortality, agriculture, manu- facturies, minerals, fisheries and dairy products. Population will be recorded- under the-heads of-residence and personal citizenship, nationality and- religion; -profession, occupation and trade or means of living, wage- earnings and insurance, education and language spoken and infirmities. living on 1st of June will ibe entered on the schedule of .population toy name, as. member of a institution or household, to- gether -with .place of habitation, -sex, relationship to. the head of the family or household, and whether single, married, widowed, divorced or legally separated. The month of birth, year of birth and age at last birthday will also be recorded. will ibe -made for -each per- son to show the country or place of birth, year of immigration to Canada if iborn elsewhere, year of naturaliza- tion if formerly an alien, and also racial or nationality and religion. Every person of alien ibirth: who has -become a naturalized citi- zen is a Canadian by nationality; and every British subject with residence in Canada, as well as every native of Canada who has acquired citizen- ship 'by ibirth or naturalization is a Canadian oy nationality. But there is no Canadian by racial. or tribal origin, unless the Indians are so counted. Every person having an or 'trade will be entered -for it, taut if employed in the census year at some other occupation for part or whole time he will be so recorded also. If the. person is working on own account the entry will be so made. An entry is also required to ibe made showing where the person is employed, as on farm, in woollen mill, at foundry shop in drug store, etc. Wage earners are entered to show number of weeks employed in 1910 at chief occupation or trade; at other -than chief occupation if any; tiiA hrm-rs of w-orkiu" tim" "T at chief occupation, or at other oc- cupation if any; the total earnings in 1910 at chief occupation; the total earnings at other than chief occupa- tion; and the rate per hour when em- ployed by the hour. Entries are required to ibe made for each person showing the amount of insurance held at date of census upon BXRATHCONA COURT OPENING One of Letlibridg-e's Res- idential Beauty Spots Nearly Completed On, Monday, August 15 Strathcona court laid out, with gardens, boule- vards and cement .walks will toe com- pleted, la it is artistically located sis .Spanish mission bungalows, great care having been exercised in carrying out every detail in the exterior and interior decoration to conform with the idea. Each building .on the ground floor contains seven -rooms, a fire place, a cooking I range, -hot and cold water anfl. with a full-size basement, having in it laun- dry tubs, drying room, pastry and pantry room, two spare bed rooms, fuel room and heating plant, in fact, every, conceivable modern convenience to make -housekeeping easy. A few of these beautiful homes are for rent, ranging in price from per month. The bungalows can. be viewed any afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock. For further information ap- ply to the owner, Fred W. Downer, or to the C.the train together and bad a couple of drinks at a, saloon at tJiat-place. Mbor-e jbougiht a bottle of beer-wihich. each- partially drunk af- ter "again. iboarded the -j, According to Hadford's evidence he went to sleep for a On waking up he. -was asked -by. Moore to take a drink .out c-f a flask of -whiskey.. Had- ford -did so, and also took a sup from the ibeer ibottle. a kind, of follow-up dose.' -This -was between Milk .River Warner. Shortly afterwards Had- 'ford said he leaned -back in his seat in a dazed and stupified condition until he arrived in Lethbridge at 7.30. Arriving at Lethbridge he got off the train and was too weak and dizzy to walk. He sat down upon the station platform and was -found in that condition iby. Lethbridge police..' Hadford further stated that after be had leEt Sweet Grass, Moore had suggested they play a game of whist. No good place- to play was 'found and no game ensued. Hadford further swore tbat he could identify the, accused as the man who had given. whiskey, on the train. Cross-examined by R. A. Smith, act- ing lawyer for the defence, Hadfotd THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC MUD OFFICE, TORONTO i. B. WALKER, Preiideat LA1HD, General ESTABLISHED 1M7 Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and ID the United States and England SAVINGS Deposits of and upwards are received; and. interest allowed at current rates. Accounts may be opened in the names: of two or more persons and withdrawals made one of them or by the survivor. any Lethbridge Branch 134 OF ESTABLISHED IMf Awets Oct 30, 19O0 Over Banking By .We have already over Branches in Ontario- UK! about 20 in the West. ailj _ Open a a Deposit of or more Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may be Tritfidrawii at. Main Office cor. Round Redpath I G. R. TINNING Sub-Office Rd., .N. Ward Stirling A. H. Roach, Acting Ma-nager. Grassy R. W. Balllie. Manager. TRYING TO MAKE FARMERS RETURN RUSSIAN ENGINEER TAKING LESSONS IN MONTREAL New York Admits Grain-Shipping Fa- cilities to be the Best Montreal July X. -Schnevotch civil engineer of Novorossisk, Russia, is staying in Montreal no look over the harbor. He has been to New York, making investigations into conditions there for handling grain and they told him he had better stop investigations there and go straight to Montreal. They have, tuey said, facili- ties for handling grain in the -world. You Are The Judge 30 Days; Free Trial Don't be satisfied with a steel razor the with the Carbo-edge that you need never hone. This razor is not tempered in uneven fire heat, but by cleotro-carborriza- tior. at 2.r.oo dwrees process similar to by which dia- monds have been produced. LOOK FOR THIS TRADEMARK Get a Carbo-M.ignct.ic on our 30 day Free Trial need not buy razor until you a TV thoroughly satisfied that It is better than any other you ever tried. For Sale By RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO AND GEO. H. LING. became slightly .mixed.up in his evi- dence, -but.said, notihing that material- ly detracted from his former evidence. Other, witnesses called were Dr. Kevell, government analyst, of Ed- monton, who, on the instigation of Chief of Police Gillespie and Dr. De- Veber, of this -city, had analyzed the contents of the 'bottle found on Moore's person, and known to.ibe- same as used to give Hadford the whiskey upon the train. Dr. Revell stated that as a result or a qualitative anal-. ysis imade by him, he had found that whiskey in (bottle contained morphia in solution in sufficient quantities- to stupify anyone who migiht drink it Detective Egan gave evidence to the effect tbat Hadford was the man whom he had found stupified at the railway depot and Whom he took to the police station. Two packs of cards were also ex- hibited as formerly belonging to Moore, and were shown to be marked for black jack and other games. The accused reserved his defence And was committed -for further trial at the next court of jurisdiction held in Lethbridge. American Papers Publishing False Americans Are Going Back Edmonton, July Com- missioner .Hotchkiss displayed a cou- ple of American .papers to. a Capital -reporter this morning which contain- ed articles -stating that many Amer- ican .farmers who had emigrated, 'to Canada had -become dissatisfied with conditions th-ere and .were returning to -their native soil. "They must go back -by the airship said Commissioner Hotchkiss, "for they dont' .cross the border by any other means.5 It can be seen that the Americans are attempting to check, by fair means or by foul, the steady flow of American farmers into Western Can- ada. Their efforts 'so far, -however, have been decidedly unsuccessful. FAMOUS PREACHER v V j.N A FIRE Belfast, "July .persoas- killed 'and 'thirty- eluding .Rev. W. J. ynirago, -when Hotel was 'burned down GVIany of. the guests kad narrow escapes; tout" all lost their personal 'belongings. The British Minister to-Brazil will be asked to arbitrate a boundary dis- pute between Peru and Colombia. F. R. Porter, of Toronto, has been appointed Divisional Freight Agent of the G-.T.P. at Watrous, Sask. VOLUNTEER BRIGADE SAVED THE HORSES. Toronto, hor- ses were rescued' from death by- fire or suffocation by a crowd of volunteer helpers-and the stable'corps at Pat Maher's .stable on Hayden street, near Tonge, last night when the west wind with ten. tons -of hay was burned. REAL ESTATE -LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 .307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J) STAMPING OUT CATTLE DISEASE IN BRITAIN. London, July a meeting of the Board of Agriculture confidence was entertained in the measures now being employed for preventing the spread of cattle disease discovered near Ripon. It was pointed out that the outbreak confirmed the wisdom of che policy of continuing 'the em- bargo on live cattle for store feeding purposes from the United States, 'Can- ada and the Argentine, where the plague had so often in the past prov- ed to be a scourge to the herds. Some fear was -expressed, however, appearance of the disease in Great Britain should check the ex- port trade in cattle which is increas- ing yearly. j FULLER-WILL LEAVES A MILL.'ON Chicago, July will of the late Chief Justice Melville W. Fuller, disposing of an estate amounting to about and .the will of his wife, disposing of property valued at were filed in the Probate court yesterday. Mrs. Fuller died several years ago. Her will left all her property- to her husband. The whole estate is to be held in trust for .his eigiht married daughters as long as they live. When the last of his children is dead the estate is to be divided among his grand child- ren and great-grandchildren. LACOMBE LANDS Three Choice Improved Farms For Sale. "We offer for a few days only a choice half section -one .mile west of Lacombe, all fenced, 175 acres cultivated, good buildings, soil No. good grain or stock farm. Price cash will handle this half section. Another of the same kind, 320 acres four miles from-Lacombe, 160 acres cultivated, all fenced, first class buildings, the best of soil; will sell this half section for half cash, balance can be arranged. There is a splendid crop growing on this land that can be purchased with the farm at a very reasonable valuation. Good spring on this land. 300 acres of splendid farming land. This only 3 1-2 miles from Lacombe. is air'fenced and cross fenced, good" frame buildings, No. 1 soil; price half cash; balance can be' arranged at 6 per cent. We offer ar number of choice farms within a very convenient distance of town at very attractive prices. We are pleased to show any lands listed with us at any time. Correspondence invited. The Western Canada land -8 Brokerage Co., ltd. Lacombe, -Alberta. VACUUM HOUSECLEANING Phone 1115 or call at 1208 Courtland Street ;