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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June 8.1911, THE LJGTHBJKIDCE DAJLY HERALD Tage 3 MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, caJi at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager WILL IT BE YOUR TURN NEXT? Total loss in Canada for with 256 lives. For fire insurance, R. V. GIBBONS CO. THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER Lots on Sewer at These Prices are Worth 29-30, Block 21 Duff. each. Terras 52-53, Block 21 Duff, each. Terms. 73-74, Block 24 Duff, each. Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY SHERLOCK LETHBRIDGE Quarter section irrigated, all in crop per acre Close in. Easy terms." All Kinds of Insurance Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth Bank of Montreal. ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 1 We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in crop. 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- titlon. Price and terms are right. J J LOOK THESE UP A fully modern 7 room house on _ Westminster Road, only will -handle this deal Don't miss it. .160 acres tf lund, 7 miles town, all in crop. Only per acre. r-n.sb will swing tnis deal, balance crop pay- ment. IP 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts. and 'we guarantee them PERFECT. We are the first buyers of irri- gated land to sub-divide and our prices are cheaper than others of like quality and location. We make terms to suit, if yon intend to improve the property. We also own a nice 1-2 acre with cottage and chicken sheds located in ths city limits, cheap and on any terms. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge PINCHER CITY Although Pincher City is younji in years it is oHl in exper- ience, and if its whole history were written in full it would furnish very interesting reading t.o those who are noi familiar with early struggles, and many would be sprprised at it. reaching its present magnitude if they knew of the many obsta- cles with which il had to contend and overcome. It is hardly necessary t.o men- tion that Pincher City bus had a strong rival town, and some of its have nor always used fair means in an endeavor to get :i strangle hold on Pincher City with a view of putting it out of business. Pincher City's first hotel had a short but eventful lif-1. 'H: parties who had a year lease on the building were in business but a short time, when a bus- iness man of our riv.il to.vn who at. that time "had more money than business foresight, and had bis financial strength very much 'overestimated purchased tiie hotel building on the instalment plan, making a substantial cash payment on the deal. n a short time afterwards the licen- se was cencelled. This master stroke was intended for a knock out blow to Pincher City, but the blow fell short and the ag- gressor 'cst the stakes (or the instalment) and this was the cause of the building the magni- ficent hotel which is giving the public _ satisfactory service ar. Pincher City at the present time. The license for the new hotel was strongly opposed by the same party and be actually had the audacity to question the de- cision of the License Commis- sioners who had recommended the granting of the Hotel Licen- se and unwisely resorted to the .supreme court for a decision in the matter, where th-anlcs to Canadian justice, he was again defeated and assessed thi? costs of his interference wit.U the pro- gress of Pincher City. In organizing and establs'ning the boundary lines of the Pin- cher City School District we again met fierce opposition, but after the matter was Invest'gat- ed by the proper authorities the decision was in favor of The con- tention of Pincher City and as a we have a fine school building where the youths of Pincher City are now being ed- ucated. Pincher City has progressed wonderfully considering the many obstacles with -vhich ir. had to contend and brush aside and some of the obstacles it re- quired considerable ;ime 10 brush them aside, as they not yield t.o the brush very read- ily, but Pincher City is now at. the top of the grade, is es- tablished on a solid basis, and can now use its time, money an.d energy in developing into a real city, instead of as heretofore of having1 to use same fighting and brushing aside obstructions which retarded its development For the benefit of those who might think, or might have been told that Pincher City 3.5 yei, is of very little if any importance we will state that it is locati-d in i. he business and railway r li- tre of the immense Pinrhor District. Everything shipped in to this immense uistnei must come lo Pincher City also thing shipped out of this imnn'ii- se district must be shipped from Pincher City, people coming in. and going out of the district. must come and KO by way of Pinchtr City. It. has a C. P. K. depot, large freight section bouse, stock yards, three large warehouses, several iniics of side track, two large grain three general stores. two hardware stoniK, wliolesale and. retail meat market, post office, lumber coal yard, two implement houses, black- smith shop, hannrjs church school, sidewalks. livery barns, licensed forty ron.-jied ho- tel. second hund st twenty- three dogs, new railroad build- ing in. a.iid a .Municit'iii owued gravity waterworks system which is one of the sys- toms of waterworks in Alberta, Pincher City s lo- cation. and hed present standing of importance. and having surmounted the ob- structions mentioneu and many which are not ine-iuiom-d. and located -in of i.he largest and richest farming districts in Alberta 'and which has only com- iiiertceu LO. develop, must have a future-, and is bound to devel- op and build uj> rapidly. Pincher Gity has all the im- provements wud places of bus- iness mentioned a.m; has reasons to .expect to have an- other railway and depot, elevator cold storage plznt. a and several business blocks, fifty or more dwelling houses in 'the very near future. V.'e have giv- en you a very brief parr of Pin- cher City's history, and what it. has there now. and what it has good reasons to expect to have in a short time, whu-h may interest you to the extent that you may think ir. worth your while to make to (TO with us at our expense and personally view and investigate Pincher City and its wonderful my building resources. COLERIDGE DOINGS Coleridge, June 5. The special meeting of n'.'cpiiven; of school district No. i7-'i. held in the school hotre Saturday forenoon last, was fairly well attended. Mr. to Liidwig was elec j: place oi' Mr. Wright cuse tha Henry. At the tiir.o Mine children of Mr. Stanley Mc- Ln'ighHn were j! The (.iliejutitig clergyman ;n Rev. Mr. Nicholi.s, a Ger- minister from Nen- Sask A. large number "I rela- lives and friends from both town ami Iro'.irilrv v. ere present and witnessed the ceremony, after which rpfresh- j merits v.en- served and a very pleas- social evening spent. j Lund price? are soaiing in the vi- of Coleridge in sympathy with j other j.'arts of the West. Two quar- i U-r sections were sold lately close tojj; -function, which i JI an acre. j jj The law coal piles of the C.P.K.. Jcontaining several hundred thousand I ions, which iiave been' banked at Coir j for over a year, are fast' dis- j appearing since the coal mines have i been shut down by the strike. Twen- tv to thirty cars a day: arc being I loaded here and .shipped to all parts i of the C.P.R. system in the West, j The census enumerator for this.dis-j trier. Mr.'Wilson of Medicine j is on his job this week in Cole-] ridcre. and is receiving scant, courtesy i from some of the ladies in response to his prying questions. I There is some kicking among the; The Prairie Agencies Limited Successor To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street South. Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. ICQIIIPMKNT and KILLVC: UKVICKS in steel and wood. TYPKWIIiTKKS and TYPK WRITER SUPPLIES aiid OFFICE SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town points. Ail inquiries promptly answered, Tiiunkr-, call again. ueenop faithful followers of the government I in Coleridge that they have all been J The townsire occupies an ideal [j I passed over and an outsider from fijiot for a city, ii has a gentle i Medicine Mat sent into Coleridge to jj do the work. A fine shower of rain lasting sev- eral hours on Sunday night still fur- ther insured a bountiful harvest in this vjcinitv this veal'. rouihern slope, ami every lot, is high, dry and practically level, and a magnificent, view of the grand .old ilocky moun- tains can "be had from any part of it. The size or the lots are feet by lot) the busi- ness lots face streets 100 feet wide and the evidential lots face streets fit: ''eet wide, and all lots have .la. 'K-s .at., the rear 20 feet wide. And after Having made a trip nr" Pincher City if it does nor good enough to you TO make an investment, we will not use any kind of persua- sion to get you to do so. We think we have, the best proposition on the market, and if we did not think that you would be ''f the same opinion after personally invesr.igai.iug it we would no: offer to defray your expense's 10 see it. For prices, terras and further particulars inquire H. Galvin MONARCH NEWS We shall be pleased to show you the merits of the lines we Frost aiHl Wood Binders. Mowers and Rakes Our prices on this well-known line are an inducement. Cock.sJmU Flows, Disc Harrows. Scufflers, Scrapers. Drills, HarroAYs This line is heavy, durable and reliable. also handle a full line of Pumps For of any depth. Steel Windmills Hoiii and Grain Grinders. Concrete Mixers, Wood Saws and Contractor Hoists KUMLEY "OIL PULL" AND STEAM TRACTORS THE -'OIL PULL" TRACTOR burns cheaper fuel and does a? good as any other tractor on the market- 15, 25 and 30 horse power. RUM LEY STEAM and 36 horse. RUMLEY .SEPARATORS Guaranteed t.o do better work rhsn any other separator on the mar- ket. Has superior separating device and is the most durable separ- ator on the market.. Be sure and investigate this machine before buying. THE- Lethbridge-Weybura Realty Co. AVE. ONE BLOCK WEST OF WESTMINSTER ROAD- DOWN TOWN OFFiCE. 323 5TH ST. Phone 1425. LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Office Open Evenings During Sale Monarch, June are in j t j great drnttrid at present. A number' men holding position's 'here havej I r.ci-n unable to obtain accoin.modi.iMon j for tiiL'ir families, j I Mr and Mrs. MacNeil! entertain! I i led at a. dinner party Wednesday evcn- irg. in honor of their guest, Mrs. Mallard, of Calgary. i Miss Jackson, of Lethbridge, was I a guest at the home of Mrs. Cam ore for a rew days last week. i Mr. of ihe Canadian Hank j of Commerce staff at Granum, spent j.j j the week-end here. jj I Mrs. Wilson has opened an ice is being well Ott Block. parlor, which i'? natronix.cd. WARNER NEWS dge Winter Holds Looking After Fighting Appliances (Special to the Warner. Alta., June j and homesteaders from far and near; report a growth of grain- -and grass that is almost unprecedented for this j time of year. We had Judge Winter with us Tucs-j day evening between trains to settle a small difficulty between some of i our citizens. I Mr. and Mrs. Maynard of New Day-j ton, spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. j Alex. McK.ie, a Crimean veteran, but n resident at Flcsherton for many 'years, is dead, aged 78. GWlSS! BEST BUY IN LETHBRIDGE FOR. SALE FOE TEX DAYS OX I fully modern six roomed house ''ounJaml Street, lietween West nun si er ;uid. Knie.st Sis. Price Easy terms. Apply n> E. T. MCGREGOR Room (i. Post Office Blk. or 1312 Coiirtlaml St. D. M. Ross loft on Thursday for} iniiinoc. Before returning, he will; ,T A counei meetmg was held sDcr.ri a tew davs with ins mother at. i j evening. All the members were pres- j Richard secured the vices of Mr. y.icFarlane as manager j uf the Hotel Monarch. As Mr. Mac- For the siood health' of Warner citt- 7-cns, it WHK resolved to strictly en-. Far'rine has had a great deal of ex-; perienco in hotel work, lie no doubt; will prove himself the right man in I ihe right place. Among tbo.-'e who went to Leth-; bridere Friday to sec "The Redcmp-ia lion of Kvelyn were Mrs. MacNeill, Miss Copp and Mr. K. A. Brown. of the Village Act, for the prevention of disease. j Chairman Leffingvell was author-, to HIIpc-rint end i 1 he fitting up n're-fighiing wagon consisting of tank mounted on trucks- arid fitted j j wiih force pump, delivery hose, rails, fie i Bills amounting to were J read, aiiowrd and ordered paid. A. Buchanan. C. 0- K. No-.irsc. j j i I.ethbridge, Mr. Hostig. of Minnea- J. autoed George Tehrcaux left Friday South Forks. The many friends of Miss l.ycia Sil- j kev were pleased to hear of her 1-i.v'p to Mr. K. Boiissain in Idaho i 'through here enroutr to Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING i 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpatk Price Terms Real Etlate and Financial Brokers Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 Landseekers, attention! Tract of sections of choice steam land, within 2 miles of the line, only per acre; fair eash pay- ment; bal. easy terms., 5 per cent. 2 lots on water; S400 for the pair; ?.iO cash: bal. mos. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. last week. They returned on Tues- day arid will reside on their ranch l i near ii j II. I'cllriier went to Lethbridge on i j Friday. this afternoon. MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands 310 7th St. Phone 363 Splendi-d Four-Roomed Within l.DiiO feet of C P. R. tcack. on DOIMJi.K LOT. STER ROAD. Price Terms easy. can n-comniend this as a sure money maker as the land is worth more than the money asked for. North Letlibridee Realtv Co. PHONE 536 i NEWS rSJM 2-15 j The hot wsaCner since the ruins has J 'put all crops in fine shape. The j The frie'ids of MacNeil! were grain 5p. Pspeeially 'fine, and i J i grieverf to hear of the death of his farmers ai-e busy-breaking: Svhile j father, which took place in Toronto sl-ound is in such-fine condition, j j last am! wish to extend to him Evelyn Barrows, the little' daugh i their sincerest sympathy in his sad tor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barrows was jiherc.iveme.nl. knocked down by a ealf. and sustain-j MVs. Xephew and Mrs. Philips were ed a broken eoliar bone. Dr. Scott, of j in Leilibridp1 Fridav. ;Warner. the fracture, and the I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon hnve taken a paiienr. i? doing nicely, of rooms at Hotel Monarch. and Mrs. Henry Tompkins arc Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Wil- son s-or-iii Friday ji> Lcthhridge. i Joe Behringer is breaking for-Ben j i 'Elbert, on Section 1S-2-15. JAGED MINISTER MADE KnCSOno Brothers have be.en break AN UNUSUAL RECORD jng. for ,Mr. O'.iphaiit. on Section 31-2- (laiL Out.. June have forty-rivo years and have never j Jacob Kaspari is breaking with his an apnointmem. is the tiniqjic r'soline outfit on the land recently record of Her. Dr. Creorjre Clarke, late purchased near Milk River. pastor of the Georgetown Methodist: i The picnic at. Young's Ford was church, who has just been granted attended. The day was ideal for j Successors to The Dowsiey.McMiHan Sherlock St. ;3 comer lots. Beautiful oast Victoria Park proud parents of a baby boy that. CriMS. arrived on May P.I. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. by the Hamilton con- a holiday. jferonce. Dr. Clarke is now in his j A shon programme will be rendcr- jTt'Mh year and it is ihe precarious con- 'ed the children on Children's of .Mrs. Clarke's health that Day. June 11. at Mie school house rompeis him to ask for at, o'clock p.m. All are cordially jn- (Uoa. 'vited to attend. Land Co. ;