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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, .Time THE LETIIBIUDCIE DAILY IIUKALD Invest Your Money in Lethbridge Values Witt fit ii I jl f 1 m I Call Meeting to Discuss Gas Franchise The Board of Trade Will ask City Council to do so Within a ftw riaya of Leth- brltlge will' b'e; BlArilcci out of' Mielr uiual calm by a light in the eaar, mrt will, probably wonder If tho rn has come. Some Hue night a Btflr will -nniicur on the eastern but there will he no occa- sion to fal! down and weep. It will merely he the signal of the ftpnanrnncc of natural gas in "the Im- mediate vlclnlly-of .the city, The naU nrnl gas company has issued a warn- ing lo this otToct. Ten days from how the gas pipe line will have been com- pleted n.5 (he river divis- ion, Hv-e mUfls north of the city. The event is to he duly celebrated in a manner which is guaranteed to leave no.jUloiibt in the minds of even. Ihei skeptical tlfa.t Lethbridge can have-real natural .gas If it wants "Sjich, at any rate, was the 1-exL of made aL-the Doartl of Trade .meeting' laat night by. John Bain, .vice president, manager of I he company. financial Me" saW that such excellent progress-had liven madf'by the gaa; company., that hair of the line betweisn'iCalgary. and .''Bow Iiland Is'npV thai gas woiilcT. bo. pipejl -through the first sec- tion within a-few days for (lie pur- pote of testing the pipe line. When Is" flone It is proposed to light it near the river north of Lethbridga and show the Inhabitants of this city jiiHL what natural gag can do in the 'ilprttUnK biiBJneas when allowed to work 'full time.. Mr." Bain 'was "present a.t the meet- Ing br the Hoard of Trade last nlgl lo do some mlB.sionary work on helm of the company which lie rejircsen and to receive If possible thu endo satloii' of tlie board In holding niuKtj inuulhig ol' the ratepayers BOin time In tho near future when company'H Hide of the; might b presented: Me realized, he said. ihere was a greul. deal of objectio llie granting of Llio amended franchlE even if It was ;i much better bargal for the city than the old franchise wliich will become void on the pus.s of the amended bylaw now be for Uie voters fur their consideration and lie wished to lake every op Uinily to luy before the ratepayer ,lie other side of the story from tlm which they have already This work will be done by moans 6 nass meetings and through the Iocs la.pers, and he hoped lo able to wli them over to a different concepUo of what natural for Lethbridge 3ven ut the new rales, moans lo the iLv- He.wenL oyer same ground iis.oii'his 'appearance before he some' detail, and showing ulearly what natural gus-al 35 cents for domes-tic purposes meant to the householders of Lelhbridge.. Using natural gaa at the sa-me price in eastern cities the average household blH for healing, lighting, ant! other domestic purposes 'was per year. Bain did not believe tlin.1 this would'affect the'.conl busi- ness of 1-ethbridge either..., At Llie conclusion remarks a resolution was adopted" asking that the city council call a meeting .of the ratepayers of the cltyaat a -date to he set later' when atires of the company will have "an opportunity of laying the whole pro- position before the citizens of Letli- Ijrldge. There was little alee, done, at tlie 00 To Loan on First Mortgage Do yon'want some of itl ....The. agent.of the.c.ompahy-that has'it will be in our offioo for a few aiicl see iiim. Balmoral Elk. Cethbriclge Hail Insurance Lowest Rates Best Company No Cash Required We your crop .for or .K8.00.pcr acre, the premiiiimbeiiiV cJiiirged per one hundred: bfised on classification according" th.e .nujiibev of times .your Injid has been hailed while .under cultivation. TBE CENTRAL CANADA INS UB ANCE ..jVV COMPANY Which G'oinpany resent, liandlecl more in .1911 than aHothbr .cojiipanies combined. y Should your crop he plowed clown because of weeds or drouth before August 10th, any jircmiiim paid, will be refunded. Notes payable November 1st, will bo acceptecli in payment. .All Claims Adjusted Promptly particulars R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Itlock, Lcthhrulge Agents: The Central IiLsnninrc Co. inuoLliig Intit nlgliL except thi- liourlng of tlio coiniianj''a roiiroHcntalive, J. S. IJennlH, asalaUuil to the incident of thtt C. I'. H. in diarge'of the dc- Ijartmeni of natiiial rcsuurcos. wrote -siaLIny thai at tlie jncscnt thnc; lie WUB not. In a' poaliion to set a date he.qouid attend a bamiuet given j hy tlie Hoard of- Trade1-ami asking Hint It be defurred. Xo action was taken. Tho question of Hie cement sliorf-j uge caino'iip. Sonic of the members were opposed to endorsing tho peti- lion of the Builders' lO.Mihangc fueling thai, the removal of the Impoi't duly gKGElcd would Hood Canada with American cement which is a drug on market, in much the manner is Western Canada was Hooded American coal while the duly was last fall during the term of llie strike. J. IJ. Turney. whose shipments of nemenl to (lie ciiy lo fill his con- racLs. is Jn Iho neighborhood of ten barrels per 'week, thought, otherwise. He Bind there was a shortage of ce- neiiL at the jtrcKcnt time, and thought hat 'the removal of tho duly was the 'illy way lo overcome the trouble. Ho ays that he Is gelling only two bur- els per week and construction work IghL here in Lethbridge is being de- ayetl oil that account. 13. T. Uroad, chairman of the build- ng section of the hoard, said that Ihe arlous coiitraclors are being serious- hampered in their contracls uBh lack of "cement, nnd they eeping going only by 'trading nd." forth as they find convenient. However, the ohjectiou of some embers o-f the executive decided tlie oard to take no aclion at last night's eeLiug oLhcr thau to. refer the whole UGStion to a committee composed of B. Turney, ID. f Broad, E. A. Gun- nghnm and A. U. Stafford to hives- gate and take whatever steps their indings lead them Lo' believe neccs sary. '.11 was decided thai the hoard slioiild be. represented .it the Panama Caria conference lo be licld in Ihe city o[ Calgary next jnouth, an-il Messrs, llc- Killop, Tinning, 3fcKcown and His sec- retary were appointed delegaLes, Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA' SUCCESS cornea Lo tho man who seen through the present Iiilo tlio future. iicrcB for sale. Will sell from IGO acres'up. Price per acre. Terms. 32.00 per, acre cash, and ?2.00 per' mi mini nt U per cent, We furnish yon with surveys and field notes of every ciunrLor'Bcctlon, Riven by Gore land surveyors, Victoria, B. C. 'Our land IE personally selected acreage, and our price at tho jn-eflcnl Lime Is finite 'a iltllc below any other company, li and line large bodies in that vlclnlly. The fact Lliut. w.c havefsold some acres at retail on' government reports and government surveyors .soil notes, demonstrates the demand for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johii.son.Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs Business Site--3 lots block 14 v. Revenue Producing ASQUFTH LINDSEY fceal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK PHONE NO8 1HJ, 1210 100T. look! acres of land from 1 Lo G miles from railway. running 'water-.on Iract. This is an elegant, mixed farming .proposition. sold at once. J9.00 per acre. Good terras.' Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, ALBERTA BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on .AVcsl minster olos.e to. rig'ht at car terminus: Only cash, balance. per .month North. Lethbridge Realty Co. .PHONE 636 for Sale Xo Jj07 Fiiili a south, standing on .two lots, Joj 00 S500 cash, in one jn two yeaib, and the balance m fne The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE -LOAN! SHERLOCK CARDSTON DISTRICT CROPS ARE FINE NOT SUFFERING 'FOR BUfLDING ESTATE DEALS !-v- Cardston, June H. May. block- man for th-a Ma.55.ey, Harris InipiemenL Co., and Fred Knrreh of both report implement sales, good for this time of tlie yean Both are spend- ing a day or two In town. .Grain Is still pouring .Into the ele- -vntora from iHe'noTili nnd south'..dis- tricts, nnd for every dollar-1 put.'in The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue S. Room 4-HULL BLOCK -AlbcrU C.'hi. PHILLIPS Manager. lath.Street- PROPERTIES FOR SALE Lots. facing east ihrB price halt r between Fourth and 'Fifth. alance four and eight mouths Lots 'facing east, between -Sixth, and Sayenth -ave- nues, price third' -cflah, balance four-and: eight months. if Ecal Estate, v Fn-c and Life Insurance Alberta Loan and Co. Authorized Capital Limited: FIFTH 1214 al. lias recently purchased more property -in, Car.risl.ou, showing his gronMng failh in Ihe townv IL. Is. reported that-he corner oposite the Carhoon Hotel, in- cluding Hie 'Spencer and .terrace, lip lias been seen with sev- eral men nnd ness niicn -or the" town'., today'talking very intentlyV and it'.hs generally thouglit he will pick up.-other proper- ii'es beforp lie leaves'for. Winnipeg. Grain Iii tlie Iteazer district, and all, along llie -roail from Cardstbn south, and wegi is growing rapidly, some of it being in ihe -boot. Rain is not needed here for' some time yet, though It is not likely any-one, COOD AT cirailmion tlierebv three dollars: Complain, if it. comes .HOOII. Tlie gen M-oi-tli ot debts are paid. eril1 is one prpspenLy, (Orson and Moses Ander- son have left' foi1 Utah wiLii their sweqthearls, 'where will be .mar- ried.." J. P. the one .time fam- ous middleweight wrestler of this part, has also taken 'his departure in company with Miss. Ir. and l hoy will reliirn under the'one-name. Alls3 Hiinnan's .older.sister-was mar- ried only a .weeks ago. Among others -to advantage of the con- ference r.Ues to Salt-Lake were Thos. C. Rowberry, wife "and fainily: Mr. dewberry's health has been very poor and it is chiefly in finest of henRh hat our genial town, secretary-treas- urer is leaving month or two. In taking a drive west and south Cnrdston one is particularly im- pressed with the henry growth of the native grasses', tbg abundance of wild, flowers, and also "with the lame grass- 's and At l.he village of Hea- xcr this morning a, most beautiful and impressive" Elgin'was seen, the great Chief Mountain in the south- west, loRclher with all his snowelad comrades, the nestling forests of evergreens on their sides, Ihe rolling j foothills hugging tliofie close, and next the healthy jiuiel- farm, homes in every, valley.. On the hills were herds I o-f sheep and milch while In the yards were teams of work horses fully harnessed, awaiting tlvsir labors on the Farms. Everyone.was busy and happy and ninety-nine out, of .every limiircd were contented. Robert AlcClnng. now .employed by Mr. Jarnian', painter and house dec-, orator, is-building a neat cottage Just west and south of. the residence of D. S. Bench on the Uarker subdivis- ion. Chan. Hurl's new rcaldcnce Is prugrussinK nicely. William I.'ums- dcn IB placing nnollver, cottage on Ills lot In the west ond. Homer M. Tlrown reccilt purchaser of the Card houRO In the cast end Is grading I ho lot and making RGIIGHII repairs and improve- ments to the place which add greatly to tho looks and vnliw of the nnuclous licnic. Oilier biiildlnp; opfvallong and Iinprovomonts such as siirlng pniiii- Ing ond denning Inslilc and out are going on in every pnrt of Ihe lown. There mnsl be some money some- where, or Hi is activity could not lust. peciiilly'iwith HIP. farmers who arc diversifying their el'forls and farm- ing, dairying being the most, profitable business, and abso- lutely the safest. What used to be a few scattered .ranches from Card- ston to 'the .mountains on the west is how a well mixed farming and dairying communily which every year is''forging ahea'd of 'the straight wheat-Cnrnierfi of Ihe.eastern plains. SERIOUS RIOTS IN BELGIUM nne man wna hill- ed and tiven-'y others acrionsly wound ed atMusson, a.coinnnine in biimcm- burg, today, during a fighL between Clericals and anli-Clericais. of Mic inhabitants participated' in the eiicqunlcr, lasted two hours.' The Sonlalisi lenders seemed to have control in I hat part .of the Wai- looii provinces, where" the workmen declare they wish lo avenge tVeir comrades who were killed at Liege, j 'the'i uiBincc-aini vicinity lUlhe :are -iii excellent' cpn: ditlon. The drouth has not yet' hurt anything, nmr'Jate' "sowing, .notwith- standing' the''fnct that there has been. little rain since JL was is cont- ing Eilong nicely. A good deal cf. -flax lias been sown, and "everyone .Jwhp could 'get seed barley haa ao-w-n a considerable qiiantily of. Jt. .-Oats will not. have a. very, large, place this fall's. buL- there will --be sinTicient in-.tlie-coijairy for feed and some for- eale. Some, alfalfa.- is grow-; and promisee to. be H. splendid crop. Fall wheat lias. -never, looked, and no alarming reporis havo been heard regarding the invaHlon of the cut or wire, worm which in other localities has been' working so destruction. Fnrmers nre, all optimistic of n bumper crop thla year, and from present indications iL would seem .lhaL Ihey would not be.dlaaii- their expectations. President Creelmaii of (lie Ontario Agricultural College lias left for Bug- Parkdale Parkdale lotW terms. Qan be sub- divided into 12 building'lots, Y The C. B. Bowman Agency HCADIA BLOCK PHONE 13M. FOR SALE 640 acioSj 1 mile fioni town Excellent house, installed, good uiuld- .jjig'b, gi.maiy .and bain. Pionts nvei {01 1 mile insuiing abundant watei at all tunes. Good shclLoi toi 200 acies under culti- vnl-ion. Tliis place is.for sale a GOING and Implement" Price per acre Will] cropJSJOO, immadllK tntry No bel'cr in the coiintrj for mliafl formrae Furlhtr apply to f W. J BEATON MONARCft ALBERTA NEARLY HIT JUDGE< G. T. K. ilctccUves arc ITylns lo nnd (lie boy wlio tlirow a atone Lhroiigli a train and al most hit Sir Wm. Alcrcdllh. Or. 11. H, of the IiHornallon- North Ward Bargains Two Lois near new school, each. I1 e r in s silica (ling- over n year. Illinois -Alberta Realty Co. 1 4 2 Macdonald Block 'Phone45S. Must Be Sold All Township 7, Kange 18 Nine miles east of Stirling; one and one-naif miles from nen i tlon. 80 acres' In oats, 2 miles of. lonce. Good dirt. O. T. LATHROP Stifford Block Bargains For Quick Sale A nice six-roomed Collage on KIglith avenue close lo Tlilrleen-th street, south, on Mvp: lota, for 1 ".Terms can be arranged. Four-roomed Cotinge on three fenced, "close to'Bailey Street School, only J1500. One-third cash, balance four, eight antl. twelve months. Central Realty Co. Kennedy St. N., Tlionc 7 4 4 How's This? A good, four-roomed hoiiBO on lot x well (liilshed, w.ith water in same nnd barn In rear. Can ho had now at cash, balance like rent. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Shorlock 721- D. L. KIMIALL, Mlnlger Alexander Addition We limp a number of level Lots in [his dd- clilion, linm to o.ich all close to -water nnd scuci, and some of thorn on We also lune some (heap Jjots liom 'SlOO, Inch me lo- on led on biokcn gioinul Terms can he arranged on any of the ahoye. HOUSES TO KENT. TO The Dowsley Molhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th M4 ;