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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y, TTTE DAILY HERALD in Lethbridge Will Fast FORMED A WARD AT GRASSY LAKE DAY SAINTS ORGANIZE Sj WITH W. O. LYONS AS .y BISHOP .Grassy Lake, 'liinu l.asl Sun- day Orin ,11. Snow, and Theodore Hrandley, ot the Taylor Slake Pre- sidency, and 1 (Ico. 11. lludd, Stake Clerk, motored, from Raymond to Brassi' Mike.; At Talicr tlu-y 1 SET FIRE fO THE GRANARY REGRETTABLE MISHAP CAUSED BY STEAM ING THOROUGHBREDS Cai'delon, lie Gable Aetna, li'tt for Ulnli yesterday his two morning, accompanied by aons, William'iicd An Important real estate deal was j put through this week .when a halt t section of IAIKI two and a'half miles joined by Orinan, of thai of J V. GOVERNMENT TO BUILD A BRIDGE RAYMOND COUNCIL ACCEPTS OFFER OF THANKS TO BUILD CEMENT WALKS wnrd, and Bishop .Ibhnsion ot Harn- wcll. 'At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon a larisclv meeting was held si which time the Grassy Lake ward was organized. Much interest was Card to Wm. Ulackmore, whose land Raymond, June special meet- ing of the town council was held last cvcniiiK in (ho town ball, mid bi'foru adjournment took place about. an immense volume of busi- ness disc'iissed. Tliere were pres- .Mayor Kvans, and Councillors I Hicks, Holfson, Powcllson adjoins U. Thc deal meant a Hawkins. After'the usual pre- rement A, '15. Pulniell, who operates a j walks lor the (own pi Raymond was steam plow in the vicinity of Card-j taken up. A petition was lead from displayed by the members of the ston )md the misfortune to accident- the property owners, whose lands iul- gvegation, all seeming plowed tlmt] set flro lofca granary belonging to iht.' ,ino of tho this step will 'materially benefit the j Horace lildndg-a, burning u bus unking that the council con- -Grassy Lake, as they j. Gj b jj tu" 'struct pavements front ing on their long felt the want of a regular ward 1 'properly, to he paid by them by a organization. The new Bishop is W.; ,n tax- petitions were in- O. Lyons, and his Councillors :u'c yeste-nlay and today-rhere been j H'oduced, one from the property own- David M. Hall, and .John 0- Barton. an advertisement stating on the east side of and ston has home grown cucumbers for'one from those residing on the west This is something" which we. side, the former asking for a'six-foot Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS cornea to the man who si'OB through tlie present Into the future. acres for sale. Will sell from 160 acres up. Price 510.00. por acre. Terms, 52.00 per1 acre cash, and 52.00 per annum at 6 per cent. We furnish you with surveys and field notes of ev.erv quarter section, by Gore .McUrenor, Government land surveyors, 'Victoria, U. C. Our laud is personally selected acreage, and our price at the present lime Is quite a little below any other company, handling hire's.bodies of laud In that vicinity. The fact that we have sold some acres at retail on Rovornment reports and government surveyors soil notes, demonstrates the demand for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. KOOJII 1-6 Johnson Elk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs These gentlemen are all active in c'.iurch Stake authorities feel sure that the work will expand under their jurisdiction. They verc unanimously [sustained by the congre-j gabion. .1. Llcwlyn was appointed; warrt clerk. The Bishopric and t.he j rlfrks all expressed themselves at'the afternoon service, appealing to the congregation for their undivided sup- port. Words of .exhortation and counsel were given by tlie visitors. doubt if any other town south of Lethbridge can boast. .las. Ellison, of Aetna, has imported another carload of short horn Dunn cattle from Manitoba. Mr. Ellison is 'going into thoroughbred stock, to tho .Works and Prop- will soon have a-full equipped ranch. The cattle, it U said, were' in a pit- Look! acres of land from 1 !o 6 mllea from railway. running water on tract. This is an elegant mixed farming proposition. Must be sold at once. 53.00 per acre. Good terms. Weber-Huff Investment Go. SUITE 10, ALBEBTA BLOCK walk, and the latter a (en-foot walk. The matter was discussed thorough- ly, all of the councillors entering in-1 i to the dehale vei'v freelv. H was fin-! city committee, with full power to act, and call for tenders. This now inble condition when they arrived at .u_. IKON SPRINGS Cardston, indicating that -.they had been misused soino where on the road between the point of shipment and the destination. J On Monday of this week the base- ball boys from Glenwoodville journey- ed to Cardston. and engaged In.: a committee was friendly game of baseball, at the con- to Iron Springs, June Fish- er'had the misfortune to be mixed up in a runaway, anri succeeded in oom-j C'ilisj0n which the score was ing out wfth only a dislocated shoul-j I2 ;u favor of the Cardston'nine rier, and the came out sec- end best. A number oE Iroir Springs residents celebrated on Monday the' 3rd hy having a picnic at thc Little Bow and Belly rivers, baseball being the principal amusement, in which the ladies took a very.'active part, mak- ing several home rims. Grading is being done on 12- Mile Coulee, where we expected 10 have a bridge. R. C. Moss .has been given thc job of filling up some of thp pondholcs nn assures tlie construction of the IT'S USELESS TO FIGHT THE TEMERE Belfast, June General Assembly of thc I'resbytenau Church jilt Ireland he re .-'today thc committee i ons thc Ne Tcmere "decree brought jdpwn a-report that, they considered it, useless to approach the government' .'if- it would he now illegal for the town to disregard the petitions. Thc matter of tho opening of lanes throughout the town was also given some .attention, and the Works and empowered to take steps looking to the opening of all the closed lanes within the town limits. Councillor Micks gave notice that at the next meeting of the council, lie would introduce a bylaw respect- ing thii consumption of electric pow- er, by the citizens of Councillor Powcllson informed the council that Inspector Ainsworth oi' the Alberta government roads and} bridge branch of the public works' de- had made a very genurous proposition to the town, 'which was that the 'government would construct a bridge near, the Meek's residence, on Second north street. The only .stipu SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 fols on Westminster Kernel, close to Adiuns' Park; right at-car terminus; Only 8450 each, cash, balance per month eaoli. Nortli Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 638 the Iron Springs .roads. L o[ ,liiLion thc government askeil.was that Next Sunday, June Itith, Mr. m. Chairman'ol-lthe tmvn supply'an overseer to di- give InS.-mrewC-J! committeej said priest.s of Scot- rcet lhc Vort- Tho concensus of opin- In -Huntsville'school-house. Everybody.' cordially invited. I John Beiswhanger is contracting in Lethbridge. Geo. Heights, jr., spent a Couple "of days in Carmangay last week. Miss Marguerite Hunt was -borne for tlie week-end'-'and attended the pic- at the river. A. H. Jones and son Percy are .working at the Chinook. Mrs. Malloy visited Mrs. A. II. 'Jones one- ilav. last week, land and Ireland were manifesting ion seemed to he in hiurty sympathy vigorous 'determination to carry; out with tlie proposition -of'the goyern- isicnt and it was moved by Councillor the decree ments. to its" ulmbst 'develop- THIS IS NOT GERMANY ", June he challenged Geo. Haon, ft fello'w Ger- man to n. duel with revolvers, follow- ing a dispute over a women, Kriek Hausrilan was placed under arrest to- day. To Loan on First Mortgage Do 3-911 waul, some of it? The agent of the company that has it will a few erne in and be in our office fc-v see him. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge Best Buy in City 66 2-3 feet x 215 foot in Block H, fronting on 3rd Avenue South, with small house, renting at S12.00 per month at balance 6, 12 and IS months. EXCLUSIVE LISTING BY R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block O'Brien, seconded by Coimeilior Rolf- son, that the council accept with thanks the offer of the department. The matter of culverts was given a lengthy discussion, -there having been considerable misunderstanding as to who these culverts in lie town irrigation system.-Supervis- or Man-is was present, stating that he was having trouble with regard tSnakc is now Riled with water from John Hall's farm to a' point op- Asgard's store and it in -by, no -m. ans a poor looking sheet of water. In looking over the lake Ihe other day your correspondent could not but remark on (he general beautyvqf the From Ihe lake shore to the highest ridges on either side it was 1-irhiresciucly dotted wllh numerous Jupui buildings and cultivated fields, l.'c came lo the conclusion that not ori'y have we a very rich 1'ertIIe soil til Quetmstown, but an exceptionally lino booking country, ant! believes the IVmers could get much more pleasure ,mt of life with little extra effort. W. Graham, secretary of" tho U. M. W .of Local No. early next week for his ranch on the Ar- row Lakes, B.C. W. H. .lones returned from Castor. Mrs. Wm. Eraser and family leave on Monday for l-'ifeshire, Scotland. Miss A. Good, of Sentinel, is report ed critically ill. v Frank will be the centre.of attrar tion in th-a Pass oh Dominion Day. An elaborate urogrammo of sport: ias been prepared aggrc aling S700. In tho evening a bal vill be held, a feature of which will ie the "wa 11 z com petition. W. Miirr is in Ciilgary on-business. Operations on the forest telephone system have been suddenly suspend- ed. The gang of men lately employed on the lino have been discharged, and all work discontinued. O'fvftrials here are very reticent in regard to details, so that nothing can be learned as to prospects for the future completion of the Borvlc-e: CLARESHOLM IS GREATLY IMPROVED ON THE RETURN TRIP Winnipeg, June William MacKcnzle, who will bo at, Brandon tonight, will reach here tomorrow on route east from the coast. INTERESTING COINCIDENCE A coincidence of interest is the election of Hev. T. P. Perry as president of Ihe Alberta conference, and Rev, J. A. Doyle as president of the Sas- kalcbewan conference in the sains ycHr. .lust nlnetcon years ago at the same district meeting in Harris ten, Ontario, both men were reconi'iicnded to be ac- as i-Tobntioners for tho ministry. They entered Uie ministry together and re- oelved presidential honorn together, C. P. R. CHANGES ACCOMPLISH MUCH DEATH OF ALFRED SOBY Cliiresholm, June "Made- in-Canada" train pulled in punctually at S.I8 today, and immediately on backing into the siding a large crowd congregatad to hear the open- Ing lecture. th-en on till the ,WQ hours was up a steady stream of )eople walked through Ibe cars. Ev- eryone was delighted with the taste- 'ully arranged exhibits, and many ,r tides were viewed, which gave; some a desire to own their like at some future date, Mayor Holmes met be train officials and the manngers if the exhibits, Included in the sight ;eers were a large number of farm- who drove in specially lo view he exhibits. Farmers are anxiously looking for ain, but tber-a is lots of.time yet. In the last tew weeks the appear- ance of Claresholm lias changed a lot for the better. With the opening of the ne'w depot the old crossing north of the dcnot. has been closed up, leaving only a sidewalk across the track. Tlie new depot U a handsome commodious building and a credit to tbe C. P. R., and an ornament, to the town. South of ihe depot is tbe wa- ter tower. The old depot has besn moved to tbe south cud of the town on C. P. R. land, and i-s at present oc- cupied as a residence by tbe agent. The crossing on Fourth avenue has been opened, and this is the improve- ment which has been most desired by tbe citizens for years. The opening of this crossing causes farmers from thc east to converge in n steady stream to the centre of the town, in- stead of dribbling put to the north and south. The crossing is a busy spot tbe whole day, and brings the farmers right into centre of the tpdwn. i-Davo Williams is shipping his run- ning mnrc'.Shbtfiwny, Engaged in the Centennial Kulnrtty at Winnipeg, to Calgary, to finish .her prepnraflon. The Experimental Farm Is having its appearance the. erec- tion of, a handsome fence around it Tho wheat ;on this farm is looking fine. The new hospital'here is progress- Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION B10GK. PHONE NOS. 1183, ,1210, 1007. For Sale JsTo. 1307 lifth avenue south, standing on two lots, for cash, year, 1500 in two years, and the balance in five years. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LOAN! SHERLOCK Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- i ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 4ie_FirrH 1214 Parkdale Parkdale Acre lot for easy terms. Can be sub- divided into 12 building lots, The C. B. Bowman Agency HCADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1321. Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range 18 Nine mileBieast of Stirling; miles .from new sta- tion. 90 acres! In: or, fence. '.Good dirt. 0. T. LATHROP Farm Lands Stafford Block Loam Bargains For Quick Sale A nice six-roomed'Cottage on Eighth, avenue >outli, close to Thirteenth street south, on. two lots, for Terms can be arranged; Four-roomed Cottage on three lots, all fenced, close-to Bailey Street School, only One-third four, eight months. Central Realty Co. Kennedy Block, 13th St. IV., Phoue 744 ing, and is furnishing a much felt The nurse, Mrs. Heingardiner is very much liked'by the patients, and knows her There is some talk of moving" the building ner.rer town, so 'as to get water, ami have "a'sidewalk right to tha door. The cluircb committees are doing excellent work in connection the hospital. Many Clnresholm people, Includ- ing the majority of the band, went to-Wainwright on Monday Dokies, and loolted as if they were out -i'or a good time. J. P. Strang: and Son have pnrchas- ed tbe imported Belgian stallion, jviouchon de Grandglise This is a fine horse, weighing about a ton, The local troop oi! the Alberta-Han- gers are getting ready .for their mov< next weak. The sad death occurred-this morn- ing of Alfred Soby, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 'M: Scby, .of this town. Deceased who had !been sick for some time with an internal complaint, was a blight young man, and exceedingly popular locally. Much sysniuthy Felt for the bereaved family in tbe painful affliction of a life cut off in Its early bloom. OLD-TIME G.T.R. MAN DEAD Toronto, June James Stepbenson, formerly general super- intendant of t.he Grand Trunk Rail- way oldest official on the company's records, and tbe first Grand Trunk station agent in Tor- onto, illed in Cleveland, Kngland. His life is Interesting, both -'rom the fact liat he served Canada in the Fenian flid, and more particularly