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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, -Tune 10, 1012 THE LET-HBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Invest Your Money in Fast HAD BIG DANCE ATBLA1RMORE TENNIS CLUB SOCIAL FUNCTION BIG OF STIRRING TOWN Dlairmoic, June 0. The Tennis Club lirld its second annual hall in the optra house, Kriday evening, and, scored u success. Tlic hall was heau- iitullr decorated by a delightful cpni- 'Ininalioii oF red, while and blue bunt- ing Interspersed with tennis mcyiiiels, and wild (lowers from the mountains, and' tennis nets stretched across the Iloor. 'About. [oily couples tripped the light raniusLic lu the splendid music oi the Colcman orchestra, and cvorylliing went oil" with a grisal big vim, Supper was served at midnight nod it. has to he phicu'd on record 1lmi this parlk-ul.ir supper was the liesl put-up, 'AH tlic beauty in our sisterhood was prcsi'ijt, also all ourahravc men, ir'wn who run hanks ofliccs, coal mines ani telephone; ;gangs, all were there, the-scene-; was eiiir.il> to llic great bali .Duchess of Uichmond 01 ihe'.ev'e.ot the -Hattlc of .Waterloo (liarry Berry disguised ai fm English in- evening. dress) Sonic people thought .he ,was a- spy in (he pay of the and Ihatls, no lie :v Dancing aflcr'-supnci' -was like a baseball gn'nic, everybody felt good nnd the fun was last and 1'urioiis un- til the hell rung at, about, '1 a.mi The patronesses were Mesilames H. W. CoulthartJ, J. R. Smith, J. II. .Farmer, It. Green, L. M. Putnam, L. JJ. G. A. Passmorc, C. -J. l'egg, W. L. Slicra, .11. Bigeluu K- M. C. K. Hiscocks, M. ,-1'agc, .D. A. Sinclair. Besides -the Blairmore -100, Lucre were quite'a number-or visitors from Frank and Colcman, anil -so far as I know everybody got home safely. C. M.'O'Brien, and Alf. Jioddcn have been conducting a So- cialistic campaign here ior -three days and red-hot speeches have been delivered in the lane between- the Biairmore' and Cosmopolitan Hotels. Capitalists and millionaires were scalped with 'tliergreatest impunity; and the. whole atmosphere around Ilo's corner smell sulphuric: Charlie O'Brien is a Rood, .sound'speaker, and Comrade .Hodden is the most sarcas- I tic cvcr'listcncil to. The Crows Nest Pass Pedlar's as- sociation.hclri.their annual banquet at the Sanitarium on Saturday night, and nothing'since the big slide at Fcaiik has. made: such a noise in L-hc 'All Ihc commercial men within hail were present. FORMER HOSMER DEAD MRS. J. D. THOMPSON DIED AT ELAINE WAS HIGHLY RE- SPECTED Ilosmcr, June people will he very sorry ludec'd lo hear or the duiith of Mrs. J. 13. Thompson, who tiled ut lilnlno. Wash., ycslerrtay. MTU. Thompson known here, hav- ing lived alx or seven years hi llciB- 111 or. Her husband was asslslnnl trcas. u per of the mines. They left here In January forlJlalnc, where Mr. Thompson locfc u position on the Great Northern. Tilra. Tho'mpson bad been seriously III nil winter, but sccrii- cil to be Improving recently. Keenest- sympathy Is fell for Mr. Thouipson and the TWO children their sad bereavement. Michel and Coal Creek boys playc.il ofC the filial match in the junior foot- ball league here this morning. "They were lied for Hist place, and plnyed ort Ilosmcr's ground, HO as not to TO CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY 00W ISLAND WILL BE TO THE FRONT CONTEST FOR COUNCIL Uow( Island, June Island celebrate [Jominiuii 'Day, July 1st, in true Mow Island .style. 1'ost- [irogrnm uf give one team or the other; the ad- was a'very good aamplti'of soccer' for juniors, and was well contested.'-'Coal Creek won out by a'score of 7 (o one, and :wo now .it the tho league, and winners of the .Lip- hanlt Cup. The teams were1, evenly matched In 'but l-h-e Michel boys seemed la lack confidence, and were weak in their kicking. The Coal" Creek eleren, on haiiil. were more sure of their taking, and had the besLof the ganie throughout. Coaldale, June Plllshiirg bus iuvitaLlons out for a Inrge birili day iiarty nexf -iiondny afternoon. Mv. nnil Mrs 1-1. A. SwgsHt were Banff visitors, lust week, Master.George IIonaysetL-'waa hurt In a potato planter on Tuesday, C. W. Gray and family nmde an aiito call on Air. and .Mrs. Haley on iM day evening. Mr. George Heifilies conducted church service on Sunday night. Invitations are out for dance -at ITrank Knapp's on Friday. .John Davidson has been .spending the week with part.of. frirm crew who nre working on. his farm 'at Wh'lt- V' Farmers.are b'usy irrleating. -Alfalfa antl ia a sure crop with the irrigation, NEW BAPTIST PASTOR HBT.'.G. S. formerly or Bow- man vlUe, wos inducted pastor of Co- bourg Baptist church.. SENATORS' SONS IN NEW BRUNSWICK. HOUSE-ELECTIONS Sf. John, X. B., June Liber- als of Charlotte, county yesterday nominated Harry "Harry W. Mann, DnBlcTGllinurr, jr.; soil of Senator Glllmor, and Oeq. M.-Byron, as candidates in the provincial elec- tion. In Queen's county Hie Liberal can- didates arc George PL son of Senator King, and .1. W. Carpenter, and the Conservative candidates are H. W. Woods and A. mev members. oo To Loan on First Mortgage Do you. want some of if? Tlio agent of the compniiy that lias it will "be iii'cur office ior a few days, cine in and EC. Lowes Balmoral Blk. Lethbtidge Best Buy in City 2-3 feet I 215 tcel in mock II, fronting on 3vd Avenue South, small house, renting at J12.00 par month nt cMh, balance C, 12 nrnl ts.months. EXCLUSIVE LISTING BY R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block Improved Farm Acres, 10 mllci from Lolhbrldgo, 1 mile from Wilson Bldinp 330 acres In barley. Price 1-10.00. Oqod tcnn-3. W.McD TAIT Raymond, Alta. ITS arc now on I. iimioundng a fine footracing, tug- fiiworks, a grand parade, music, awl a grand dance lo Hie day's outing, arc also writ in letters large. The citizens have supported tlie movement liberally, and a good prize list is the result. It is expected "that this will bu tliu biggest day's sport tliat this section ol Alberta has ever. _sccn. Tho Kanncr's Union of Fertile Plain.s district, will hold a monster picnic at HIP school house on Thurs- day, -June; stores .in Bow island ivill all be closed, and the band anil both ball teams will he in attendance. Ji is hoped that a large number ol citizens will go as well. A. good program of. sporis is being irapatint, and in tlie evening there will be a short concert, fallowed by dance, An error crept into this column rc- ardins ilic hand tiancc to he held, on .Friday, .lunu. M. This :m- lounccd Cor the 2'lst, buk Uio Ulh'is the correct date. Gco. Ridgedalc has Ford .car, and may be seen almost ;uiy evening, speeding along the high- ways and byways. Nominations were taken from 11 a: nr. lo .13 noon today, to fill the of- fice of councillor lor the town, which was madn vacant hy the-resignation, of Councillor K. G. -lamicson. Nom- inees arc II- K. HcaLtie and A. F. Werls'. Hob Gardner, who has been working for sonic months at Tompkins, Sas., i.s again us, having taken over ilie old Pioneer Harness shop on Hell street. Tlic ball players visili'd Whitla. .on Friday of this week, and returned home with another scalp in their belt.. Tim score is but all quota- tions Bow Island a .solemargin. II. A. I'cglow is atvpresent putting on'his prn-cmptinn, but.sho.ws uji in Lov.'si. every large-', as- life. 'Deacon Gardner's name1, now pi-aces the roll of members at the. Batch all south of HIP (rack. Crops 'around Bow Island arc Inok- ng fine, nnd it is hoped rain will irjveii us-when-most needed, thai lliis1 section of AluerLa will :c able to show tlie world that it is strictly 0. K..Ior farming.. The council .is bent on ridding Uio own of all iis worse .lian. A tlog lax by- law, fixing the twx at S-l ami 55, has passed ils third and it is t.o lie honed that it will lie rigidly en- forced. Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS to (he jnan who Ihroiigh. the present Into (ho fumrc. y.iiOO ;iorcs for sale. Will eel] t'roni 160 acres up. 1'rlcu per acre. Terms, per acre canh, ,and ncr annum at (J per cent. We furnish you with surveys and field notes, of every quailoi1 section, given by Uoro McGregor, Government liiad Burvcyors, Victoria, 13, C. Our land Is jxirsonully selected acrcago, and our price at Iha present time Is quite ;i llitlc below flny other compiiny, handling bodies, ol' land In that vicinity, The fact that .we have nold some acres lit retail on government reports'and Euvernmcut burvcyors soil notes, demonstrates iho demand for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs Look! acres of land from 1 lo 6 miles from railway. running water on tract. This Is an elegant mixed Canning proposition. Must bb sold at once. 59.00 per acre. Good terms. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE.10, ALBEBT'A BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Westminster close to Adams'Park; right at car terminus; Only cash, balance per month each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue S. Room 4 HULL.-BLOCK. e. C. H, PHILLIPS Manager. How's This four-roomed house on lot. 25 x 125, "well finished, with waLfti- in 5fimij Eintl-.-btirii in reni'. Can be at ?HOO; ?200 cash, oalnnce Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock 721 D. L-. KIMBALL, Manager. NEW BRIDGE JO BE BUILT AMRMIS ARRESTS IN THE HILLCREST THEFT flillcresl. Alia., June .men were arrcBLed on suspicion of having Ij-cen concerned in the theft of Will. Ryiin's horse and-H. J. CunninghanrB saddle at liillcrcBL on Friday last. They assert Lhclr innocence ;uiil slato they know nothing of [he theft, but [he police believe they have the right men. r It 'ivaa nuspocted IhaL a couplo of men ivlio had been teaming for Hyan were the wantwl parties, and their rte- sr.rlplion was wired to the police right along the line. The police at Michel consequently on .the look-out, and these two.v.-erc detained: They '.being brought to, Belleviie for identification purposes. bar- The horse In question'was found scv oral 'miles the other side of Crow's Neat, laic on Saturday afternoon. All parently the thieves, whoever they were, knowing they could not get through with tlie horse, turned the animal loose, and caught'a freight to .Michel, thua honing law's long arm. the COUNTED POLICE TO RULE ADDITION TO MANITOBA Winnipeg, June ferry, of tho R. W. P-, "eld long Interview 'with. Hon. James How- ulluniuy general .loilay, In con- nection, with the policing of tho ter- ritory recently added 'to Llils province. U ia expected thai a. aiillsfaclory ar- rangcmciil. c.in bo niaile wltn (he gov- oriiment to put. the Mounted Police In charge of .the work, nt least for (ho jirescnl. TEMPERANCE HOTEL BURNED The SI. Lawrence 7'cmpcrancc hotel Point was by flTO. .PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT PRE PARING TO CONSTRUCT MUCH NEEDED WORK Durmis, June party of C.P.R surveyors were In town and .pegged off a portion of land [or a n-ev. station, wliich ihB C.P-RJ are .conteim ylatliig bnilding Iu the near future. Quite a banri of Pelgen'.lndiana were encamped on the outskirts of the (his week, and upnearcd lo be travel- ling the country on a begging expedi- tion, according lo the.junk they had collected. Inspector Belcher and Sergt. Bow- ers, of the In town on Wednesday an Lhcir monthly in- Hpecllon trip. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fortl entertained a number of friends lo musical iiarLy on Fridny evening. Jlr.'E. Disney, Iho lumber man from Coleman, was in town on Tucstlay, looking up new business. Air. Ben Ileevcs has sold out his business nt Majilc Leaf, and has en qroi- Ihe iiiaiiaco.rship.of Mr, Doul- hlllier's b.utcher store here. 3Ir: FVye, of the firm of Fryc and SL. Clalr, th-e go-ahead contractors, of Blalrmorc, was in town on business this. week. Grealian, ol Frank, was looking up old friends this weeK. .Mrs. Kayo tooU iu the frights orT Colc- niau this week. Mrs. K. T. was vlBllJng friends In Ilillcreat on Fridny. .Mr. Roberts, purchasing agent of the CniiHclian. cojlleries, Blalr- niorc, paid a visit lo loivii thla week. M. A. Muvnliy ami Miss A. Dan- iels, of Bellevnc, wore vlsllors to lo'wri ou Tiiursdny. Duncan and Mrs. .Howpll of I'asKbnrg, called on .Mrs. K. T. Fltx-j simuions on Thursday Air, and'Mrs. McGulrc and fain-, lly, liavo loft, town and gone on lo tlielr rnncli near PassbiVrg. Mr. J- C. Cheslcv visited at Biirmia. This has been d'lon n'ant by the people on the othe of the river, who, no doubt; will" be plenaed to learn that, they are getting what is coining to tbnm nt last, Messrs L. C. Stevens" and Thomas Sloan arc going through a course of instruction in mine .rescue the mines rescue station-at Blairmore, and report good progress. -Mr. and Mrs. A. Ford entertained a number of friends lo drive on Saturday evening, and all icport hav- liad (in excellent, time.. Sfessrs. Stevens, Skiiling- and Sloan., attended a meeting .the Southeri Alberta Football league', held, in tho Southern Hotel, fiF.lieyiie.-for the- liose of drawing up the schedule he league. The following Is a list of the gnnves to be played by the Bur- mis June home. .lime June home. July July home.-- July home. July away. AugusL away. Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Iteal Estate FjnnnciaV Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 1110, 108T. For Sale Xo. 1307 iflli avenue south, standing on two lol.s, foj' .HOQO..OO. cnslij jji one ycai. in two years, ami'the; Lialancp in five ycais The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE SHERLOCK UETHBRIDQE 13th Street- PROPERTIES FOR SALE Lots facing east In G, between Fourth and-Piltii avenuti, price hnlt' four and eight months. Lois facing east, .in Block E nues, price Terms eight months. i between Sixth and Seventh-ave- one-third cash, balance; four ind Real Estate, Fire-ami Life Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Authorized Capital 1214. Parkdale Parkdale Acre lot terms. Can be sub- divided into 12 building lots. The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range 18 Nine miles cast ot one and one-balf miles from new eta-, lion. 90 acres In'oats, 3. miles o! (enco. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Far mi Leant on a misinoss trip (his week. Mr. C. Uowsley, (lie energetic llv- 'nry man, of Uellevnc, paid a flying vie- It, lo town on Thursday. Word has been j'ccclvcd fropi the Ueputy Jllnlslcr of Public .Works for 'Alberta, that a will shortly uc constructed across the Old Man river RUSHING FINE TELEPHONE LINE CAMP MOVED THIS WEEK- STRINGING RAPIDLY OF COLEMAN Coloman, JINK- 9. Messrs. Dlcfglien, -Miller and .McFadyen, Do7ninlon For- t rnngcra, were iu town on Friday, Bargains For Quick Sale A nice .six-roomed Qbttsge" on Eightli Thirteenth for Tei'in-a can.lje (irraiiged: Four-roomerl Cottage, on 'three 'lots, all' Billey. SLreeL School, only Oiic-third balance and twelve montbl, Central Realty Co. Kennedy Block, 13th St. N., Phone 744 polico Chief llall, of the Forme force, apeiit Friday, lii.l Aw n1. ot ,-Nclaoii, visited Colcmnn on IWdny. 'Me il3 to large rcnl estate- holdings in thlfi vicinity. June .10, has been offlcifil- ly fixed as the dtitc of tho maugum- the lion of llic new moll -service on Crow's NesL division. T. W.'Dovles siicui Vrhlny at -Midi- el. H. W. IlUUlcIl, mnnnglng director of (he International Coal and Coke Co., returned on Saturday iiom a busluess trip weal. The dance given, hy f.hn IBInlrmorc Icnnia club on Friday evening, fl very successCuI function, thoro helng n largo aticndnncc front Colcman nnd Frank, as well AS 1'roin DlalTinorc. Music was rendered by the Coleman orchestra, A number of those presen1 from' Coleman re turner! via'motor an early hour-of Saturday. Colcman will assume a further met ropolitan aspect on Thursday, Fridaj Satnrdny of 13 14 and 15, when the Chapman Amuse ment Co.'s circus will unfold its varied wonders (.ofcenthuslastic The Church Aux- iliary will hold a sale Of 19. at'I the Op- era House. "From 5.30 to ments will he served, following which an enter La I nni en l consisting ol moving pIclurcB and other numbel's of a riiiisi- cal and literary nature will be. provid- ed. The Crow's Nest forest telephone line has been constructed to a point some.distance north of Mile, It Is UK: of those In charge lo inuvc camp on Mondny morning, nnd. com- mence construction at the South of the Croiv's N'cst Illver, a poinl almost due south 'of Lundbrcck. Su- Dickeon, of Plnclicr. Creek, was In town on Salufday "nfglH. ar- matters conncctcl] with the line. TO SELL LADIES COLLEGE OllaWH, Juno Ottawa Ladles' College, owned by llic PvcsuytcrlRii church iu Cnnada, and conlrollefl'i hy Iho Synod Monlrcal and Olta'WH. lias been sold for .f alu! will be converted. Inlo a fniniiy. A .new JnaUlnllon be cstftbllshcj In another part of the clly, Alexander Addition Wo-havc a. oi' fine, lavel Lots in Lliis ad- dilion lioiu -S-J-J fo each, all close (o ator hud sower, and. some of cm cm unld AVc also SONIC cheap Lois from which .arc lo- calcd on broken I'an airanncd on any of Llic above, .HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhcrn Land Co. Sherlock 7th Strut ;