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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta t - a Wertnosirlay, Juno 12,1912 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD JPageJj. ;||( /nuesf Four Money in Lethbridge Property-Values Will Increase Fast FORMED A WARD AT GRASSY LAKE 'VTTER DAY 8AINTS OROANIZE WITH W. 0. LYONS AS ^ ' BISHOP Grassy Lake, .lime 11.-Last Sunday Orin 1-1. Snow, and Theodore Mrandley, of the Taylor Stake Presidency, and ' Geo. II. Budd, Stake Clerk, motored from Raymond to Grassy Lake.. At Tahcr they were joined by Bishop. -Van Orman, of that ward, and Bishop .Johnsion of Hani-well. At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon ji largely atten.led meeting was held at which time the Grassy Lake ward was organized. Much interest was SET FIRE TO THE GRANARY REGRETTABLE MISHAP CAUSED BY STEAM .PLOW-IMPORTING THOROUGHBREDS GOVERNMENT TO BUILD A BRIDGE RAYMOND COUNCIL ACCEPTS OFFER OF THANKS - TO BUILD CEMENT WALKS Raymond, .June 11.-A special meeting of the town council was held last evening in the town hall, and before adjournment took place about niidnight an immense volume of busi- Cardston, June 11.-Edwin Gable Sr.,,of Aetna, left for Utah yesterday morning, accompanied by his two sons, William and .George. . � , An important real eBtate deal was put through this week when a haltjness ^ (Iis?||ssp(1 h section of land two and a hair miles' .' west of Cardston was sold by J. Y.',^ '. . Mll)or Kvans' and tounc.llors Card to Wni. Blackmore, whose land | Hlckf!- """en. Holfson, E'owellson adjoins it. The deal meant a consid-j a.nd Hawkins. Alter the usual pre-eration cf $3600. '.liniinarirs.ihc subject of cement side- A. E, Puirnell, who operates a'jwalks for the town of Raymond was steam plow in the vicinity of Card-j taken up. A petition was read from displayed bv the members of the con- | ston had the misfortune to accident- the property owners, whose lands ad-gregation, all seeming pleased that1 ally set fire to,a granary belonging to j joine(1 lhe 1)roposed ,ine of ,nP this step will materially benefit the Horace Eldridg-3, burning 600 bu.nels wall�St askin ,hal thc counci, con. church., Grassy Lake, as they have J �TfhK�"K;-^ >*T>** �� their long felt the want of a regular ward! aurance j properly, to be paid by them by a organization. Thc new Mishop is \V. j ,, front 0;. wynder's restaurant' KPec'al tax. Two petitions were in-O. Lyons, and his Councillors are ' yesterday and today'> there ;-fiij8 been j tioduccd, one from the property own-David M. Hall, and John I). Barton, j an advertisement stating that Card-; ers on the east side of Broadway and These gentlemen arc all active in ston has home grown cucumbers for'one from those residing on the west rhurch work,,and Stake authorities sale. This ia something which we. side, the former asking for a six-foot feel sure that the work will expand; doubt if any other town south of under their jurisdiction. They verc., Lethbridge can boast.  unanimously'sustained bv the congre-l Ellison, of Aetna, has imported gation. .1.' Llewlyn was appointed "other carl0fld of ehort horn Du,m cattle from Manitoba. Mr. Ellison is going into thoroughbred stock, and ward clerk. The Bishopric and the clerks all expressed themselves at the , ,,, S0Qn haye a fn, 0l,n,pped rancU afternoon service, appealing to the , Xne Mttle it ,, sald we,e ln a pk. congregation for their undivided sup-' iab]e condition when they arrived at Cardston, indicating that they had been misused some where on the road between the point of shipment and the destination. On Monday of this week the baseball boys from Glenwoodville Journeyed to Cardston, and engaged in a friendly game of baseball, at the conclusion of which the score was 23 to 12 in favor of the Cardston nine. Tort. Words of exhortation and counsel were given by thc visitors. IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, .lune 10.-Geo. Fisher had the misfortune to be mixed up in a runaway, and succeeded in coming out with only a dislocated shoulder, and the "Bronks" came out sec-end best. A number of Iron- Springs residents celebrated on Monday the* 3rd by having a picnic at the Little Bow and Belly rivers, baseball being the principal amusement, in which the ladies took a very active part, making several'home runs. I _ , , , . ., , ,�-, 5, .. . , . , Belfast, .June 11.-At the General Grading is now being done on 12-1., ' . ,, . . � .  ,; r. , . . b , 'Assembly of the Presbyterian Church Mi e Coulee, where we expected io . , ,  . . .. . ,, : have b-'d 11,1 lrelanc' here today the committee , * " ^c', ,  , , . l'onvthc Ne Tcmere decree brought R. C. Moss has been given the job , , , . ,,.. , . , , , ,, , down a- report that thev considered it of filling up some or the pondholes on ' , ' , ' �,. . H J . , i useless to approach the government IT'S USELESS TO FIGHT THE TEMERE the Iron Springs roads. Next Sunday, June Kith, Mr. Geo. Palmer will give his-, farewell sermon In Hunisville school-house. Everybody, cordially Invited. John Beiswhanger is contracting in Lethbridge. Geo. lleighcs, jr., spent a couple of days in Carmangay last week. Miss Marguerite Hunt was home for the week-end and attended the pic-tic at the river. A. H. .Jones and son Percy are working at the Chinook. Mrs. Malloy visited Mrs. A. M. Uones one day last week. r walk, and the latter a ten-foot walk. The matter was discussed thoroughly, ail oT the councillors entering into the debate very freely. It was finally referred to thc .Works and Property committee, with full power to act, and call for tenders. This now assures the construction of the walks, as it would be now illegal for the town to disregard the petitions. The matter of the. opening of lanes throughout thc town was also given sonve attention, and the Works and Property committee was 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, he would introduce a bylaw respecting thti consumption of electric power, by the citizens of Raymond. Councillor Powcllson informed the council that Inspector Ainsworth of the Alberta government roads and bridge branch of the public works department, had made a very generous 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 Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS comes to the man who sees through the present into the future. 9,500 acres for sale. Will sell from 160 acres up. Price $10.00 per acre. Terms, $2.00 per acre cash, and $2.00 per annum at 6 per cent. We furnish you with surveys and field note* of everv quarter section, given by Gore & McOregor, Government land surveyors, Victoria, B. C. Our land is personally selected acreage, and our price at the present time Is quite a little below any other company, handling large bodies of land in that vicinity. The fact that we have sold some 70,000 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 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs Look! Look!! Look!!! 5,000 acres of land from 1 to 6 miles from railway. running water on tract. This is an elegant mixed farming proposition. Must be sold at once. $9.00 per acre. Good terms. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, ALBERTA BLOCK the hope of securing withdrawal of ilation thc government asked was that 'the decree. Dr. Davidson, chairman of , the committee, said priests of Scotland and Ireland were manifesting a vigorous determination to carry out thc decree to its utmost developments. THIS IS NOT GERMANY Winnip.eg, June 11.-Because he challenged Geo. Haon, a fellow German to a duel with revolvers, following a dispute over a women, Krick Hausman was placed under arrest today. 00 $5,000,000. To Loan on First Mortgage Do you. want some of it? The agent of the company that has it will be in our office fc-v a few days, cme in and see him. F. C Lowes & Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge the town supply an overseer to direct thc work. The concensus of opinion seemed to be in hearty sympathy with the proposition of thc government and it was moved by Councillor O'Brien, seconded by Councillor 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 should, iustall these culverts in the town irrigation system. Supervisor Harris was present, stating that he was having trouble with regard to thjs. Councillor Powcllson thought thc council should draw a clear cut j line, and oblige the people to main-j tain their own private ditches. It ! would he too large a burden for the I municipality io bear. It was at i length settled by referring it to the i Works and Property committee' with ' power to act. | The mayor suggested that the j Works and Property committee meet l with the secretary of the town and �answer the letters from the various ! cement companies interested in thc ' cement walks. The report of the supervisor was duly accepted, after which the matter of the -sale of dehenturcs was taken up. It was moved and seconded that thc Wo.rkw and Property committee, in conjunction with the Finance committee, procred with the calling of tenders and the selling of the debentures Io cover the cost of laying the cement walks. SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 Fots on Westminster ftoad, close to Adams'Park; right at car terminus; Only $450 each,-$100 cash, balance $15;00 per month each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 63� The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue S. Room 4 HULL .BLOCK Lethbrijrjje, Alberta C. H. PHILLIPS Manager. ~.~i~inrwi Parkdale Parkdale Acre lot fir $2,500; easy terms. Can be subdivided into 12 building lots. The C. B. Bowman Agency mCADIA block. PHONE 1S2L Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range 18 Nine miles east of Stirling; one and one-half miles from new station. 90 acres .In; bats, 2 mileB of; fence. / Good dirt. O. T. LATHROP Farm Lands Stafford Block .Farms Loans juuiftf.'inriniririir>nrir.v~>nrirv*irvyirir.~.-.~ifvvv*>r.-.~i~i~^i~i~i~i*i~.~.- ........ ^.j.^^-.~irir�~ir.-iii>^^-M-�-yv^-^-^M~tfVyy�TtfyM^iTM~.~inr.~ir^ .....ri i Bargains For Quick Sale A nice six-roomed Cottage on Eighth avenue south, close to Thirteenth street south, on, two lots, for $2500. Terms can be arranged. Four-roomed Cottage on three lots, all fenced, close-to Bailey Street School, only $1500. One-third cash, balance four, eight and twelve months. Central Realty Co. Kennedy Block, 13th St. N., Phone 74 4 ing, and is furnishing a much felt want. The nurse, Mrs. Heingardiner is very much liked by the patients, and knows her business thoroughly. There is some talk of moving the building nearer town, so as to get water, and have a' sidewalk right to the door. The church committees are doing excellent work in connection With the hospital. Many Claresholm people, including the majority ol the band, went to Wainwright on Monday with the Dokies, and looked as if they were out Tor a good time. J. I'. Strang and Son have purchased the imported Belgian . stallion, Moucuon de Grandglise. This is a fine horse, weighing about a ton. The local troop of the Alberta Rangers are getting ready for their move' to camp next week. The sad death occurred this morning or 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 bright young man, and exceedingly popular locally. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family In the painful affliction of a life cut off in Its early bloom. OLD-TIME G.T.R. MAN DEAD Toronto, June 10.-Major James Stepbenson, formerly general superintendent of the Grand Trunk Railway system,' the oldest official on the company's records, and the first Grand Trunk station agent in Toronto, died in Cleveland, England. His life is interesting, both from the fact that he served Canada in the Fenian Raid, and mere particularly of his steady rise from a humble telegraph operator to one of the highest executive offices t.biB continent has afforded. The progress of his careei also recalls important steps in  the development of one of the greatest railroad systems in the world. given honorary deori Toronto, June 10.-At the TTnl-� versity of Toronto convocation, three '� prominent Canadians received tb* honorary degree ot Doctor of Laws. Prof. Watson of Queen's, Prof. Ad-ami of McGlll, and Mr, C. C. James, M.A., C.M.G. Alexander Addition . .We have a number of fine, level Lots in this addition, from $225 to $350 each, all close to water and sewer, and some of them on water. We also lia've some cheap Lots from $100, which are lo^ cated on broken ground. Terms can be arranged on ari3r of the above. HOUSES TO RENT -money to loan- The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg^ 7th Street Phono 644 ;