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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, .Tumi 13, THE UmiBWDGE DAILY HERALD. Invest Your Money in Lethbridge Will Increase Fast HAPPENINGS IN NEARBY TOWNS GREAT RECEPTION AT MAGRATH CONGRESS OFFICIALS WILL BE GREETED BY BAND AND BIG HURRAH M-agrath, June prepara- tioris are'in progress for the reception of tho secretary of tho Inlenwtiona Dry-Farming Congress, Mr. John T. the party, of Lcthbrldgo officials and boosters, who will at- tend a mass meeting of tho citizens of tho Garden' City next Monday ev- onlng, at which event addresses will be made Burns, Mr. McNichoI and others, on questions relative to the Congress and publicity work. A meeting of the ladies of the town will be addressed the same evening by Mrs. .John T, Hums, secretary of the CongreBs of. Farm 'Women, and sevcr: al of her able assistants, and this fea "ture is creating considerable interest among the women of There is no doubt hut that the visi- tors 'will receive a reception here that will long remember. At least the officials of Uie Board'of Trade and the Agricultural Society are 'banding every effort to that end. The party will motor over from bridge in the evening, In time lo re- fresh -themselves for the meeting. The Mtigrath band will probably be out to greet tho party, and render se- lections before the meeting. A't, the close of the met'tlngH, the LelhbrldRo party, ihe officials of tho Hoard of Trade, the Town Council, tho officials and the directors of year. MINING MISHAPS AT HILLCREST H. B. CO., DIVIDEND London, June Hudson's Bay Company has declared a final lividend for the year of three pounds per share. 00 To Loan on First Mortgage "Do you want-some of iff The agent of tho company that lias it will he in our office for a cme' iii arid see 0 t. Lowes Balmoral Elk. Best Buy in City 6G 2-3 feet X 215 feet In Block H, fronting on 3rd Avenue Sonth, with small house, renting at per month at caih, balance 6, lli and 18 months. EXCLUSIVE LISTING BY R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block Improved Farm 620 Acres, 10 miles from Lethbridge, 1 mile from-Wilson .Siding 330 acres in barley. Price Good terms. W.McD TAIT Raymond, Alta.- 20 Lots For Sale BY NORTH WARD 2 Blocks from street car as now built (on street car line next year) 2 blocks 'from .park (in water district) building' lots, sold iu pairs and single lots. 00 cash on each lot and per; mouth. Price per lot.. W. H. JOHNSON Room 5, Johnson Block Lethbridge ONE SEEMS TO FOLLOW ANOTH- ER ON OFF SERIOUS BREAK Hillcrest, .June eleven o'clock this 'morning mishap occurred at tho trrine which might well have had very -disastrous re- sults. A trip was just coming over the knuckle onto the level when the eccentric and eccentric strap of the hoist engine broke. Immcdiatelv the rip ran backwards, uncontrolled, broke the wire oable, and after tiili- ning about five hundred feet ran off the' track, smashing up several ol the cars. The rope-rider in charge of i rip' had a very "narrow escape when the cable broke, the cable'strik- ing him right across the body hut without .sufficient force lo seriously :iisablc him. When the trip derailed she ran into a! chute, and tore 'this up for a distance of about" twenty feel. A buckcr had a miraculous escape when this occurred. Hearing the cars coming he had crouched under this particular chute for safety and when found the trip was piled up all around; him; hut happily he escaped without even a scratch. Thanks to Mr. Ham- ilton, manager of the Lciteh Collier- ies at little or no delay will ensue from this accident as the company were able to obtain from him a temporary repair part for use while a new part is being made at Lethbridge. Joe McMulhut, until lately a, miner at Hillcrest, left town todav ior Blairmore, where he is joining the West Canadian t Collieries as a tire- boss. 11 is numerous friends in Hill- crest, though sorry to hear of his leaving, are very pleased to hear of his advancement and wish him the heist, of luck and success in his new sphere of lalor: Martin Wall, Mate of Llyngan, Nova i Scotia, had his leg badly fractured in i the mine today, a. piece o( cap rock fulling and pinning his leg to .to the j ground caused a nasty compound trac- Uire. Dr. Allan Ross, was .immcdi- tely summoned and found the frac- ture so had that it necessitated his immediate removal to tlie-hospilakat Frank for treatment. From the .lat- est report the patient is dojng well iwl WR hope to see him arouiut again very soon. The Hillcrest Tennis Club .enter- tained Mr. C'a.sagrandc and a number of his business associates yesterday evening. The club gave a. brilliant cx- ihition of tennis, and to show their ippreciatkm of ihls mark ol .esteem :.r. Cas.asji'andu and his colleagues re- ciprocated .with a practical demon- stration that proved them to he first class exponents of the art of man- ipulating tlitv pick and shovel. William Simpson, master mechanic at the mine, sustained a painful in jury io his right hand yesterday, bis middle finger being crushed while ho was examining some machinery. He was treated by Dr. Ross, who states that he will be able to save the finger. Thomas Doyle, the local real es- tate mail, has some good snaps on his lists just now and who wants a square business deal in this lino will-always find 'Tommy ready to accommodate even the dis- criminate buyer. His new combined j hardware store and real estate office to be built on Ihe lull will add gieat- ly to the conveniences qf the rcsi- j dents of ihc .town, "and as the only man in ( lines in town we expect .to sec. him pre-eminently successful. j The Socialist meeting held, in the t Miners' Hall at Insl Sun- day was well attended. The audience were practically all union men and ,1hc majority of these miners., i Tho speaker gave a very, cjear dis- course upon the topics ol the day ami their relation tor" the Socialist! nvovemcni, his .views being fully cn- dorscd by an appreciative audience. I The Rev. T. 13. Smith arrived in i llillcrcst'last and preached hi Choicest Land in British Columbia ...THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS comes to (bo man who BOOS through the present Into the future. ncrcs tor mile. Will sell from 160 acres up. Price 510.00 per acre. Terras. per acre cash, anfl S3.00 per .annum tit (i-uer cent. Wo furnish you with surveys mid field notes of 'every nectlou, given by Uore McGregor, Government land surveyors, Victoria, u. c. Our land Is personally selected acreage, and our price .at the present tlmo Is quite a little below any other company, handling large'.bodies In that vicinity. The fact that we have sold eome acres at retail on government reports and government surveyors soil notes, demonstrates the demand for this land. The T. KStagg Land Co. Kboin 1-fi Johiison.Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs Look! acres of lain! from 1 to 6 miles from railway. running water on tmct: This Is an elegant mixed farming proposition. JJust bo sold at once. ?9.00 per acre. Good terms. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS '2 lota on Westminster Road, 'close 'to' Adams' Park: right -at car Only cash, balance per month .each. p North. Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue! S. Room Alberta 0. H: PHILLIPS Manager. An Exceptional Of fer 5" roomed collage on 15th St. South, onJy cash, balance 'to Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock D., L. KIMBALL, Manager us leaning eighty years i may be: Well over of age, Mr.. Lang still pursues his good work with' ihe vigor of a man in the prime .of life. His interest in young .people, is very marked; -Al the time' of -leaving Tlill- cresi he was busy getting together u library -or the world's greatest au- thors, believing thai, his pioneer movement in this direction would be followed b-y churchmen '.throughout Uici Pass, thus lending to elevate -anil cultivate flu: minds of the younger generation, tn the mining town, no matter wha-l- .it's status; work 'oi the kind in which Mr. is interested is always a steady uphill grind, and I (illcrcst -people one and all heartily wish him" Hie s'ircess he has- labored so hard to attain. UNION JACK ON PORCUPINE PEAK ALPINISTS AT LILLE -SHOW THEIR OF FISH THIS.YEAR Lille, Alta., .June .Chart- vani was thrown from her horse rilling, a few days ago, but is recovering rapidly. Constable Mend, from Blairniore, was in Lille on Friday. The old compressor from Bear Val- ley, which ,inte, has been some beeii .idle for to Blairmore, where it will be used in the Biair- inore miuc. Mr. and Mrs. Clovls Faure were vis- iting old friends here on Friday, re- Look These Over! 3 lots, well .fsieving north, on 7lli AVU. South, (.Riverviow) 1-SJ wish, 4 aiul 8 months, Cash 92 x 1.25 ft. corner of 51 ii St. and 7th Ave. S. 1'rontno.T on 5th St. 92 feet, Snap, Good terms. L S. Ripley Co. fnst sermon to his future pa liion tuni'nS to Coleman in the evening. crs on Sunday afternoon. The churnh" I The of 3. Grassy Mountain avenue and Centre had a very fair-attendance, all I strcet wwh; and ull. 'anxious to make the acquaintance, of j ,-epafrs the ijcoplc .have rc- j their new pastor. Smith is to the old fashioned method ing the place of the Kev.-.James Lang in Hillcrest. We are extremely glad IhaJi Mr.' Lang.js not. leaving the lo- cality, staying, in the Pass, .supplying any pulpits that may 'be temporarily vacant. Mr. .Uiiig is held in the highest es- teem by evijry resident: of Ilillcrest without exception, and we are sure that this applies to other mining towns where Mr. Lang is known, no of transporting water in pails. There is talk of organizing :i bucket brigade, which, howev-er, would be of short duration, as the trouble will be speed- ily remedied. Mrs. Keivcr visited .Frank tho last of the week, taking the trip on the Lille Flyer. Inspector Belcher and Sorgt. Bow- ery were up on inspection, etc., on K-rlduy. The Standard Moving Picture Co. imii'ler what their individual rcii-! were here on Saturday, and gave a good show, at which a goodly num- ber of people' L. C. Gelling, who has been in charge of the' Forest Reserve tele- phone construction, has left Lille to look after the work at other, points. Arthur Jacobs has returned from a few days' visit to Nelson, B. C. The Coleman Juniors were here on Saturday, playing the .Lille Juniors. The result of the game was -five'to, two in favor 'of Lille. Much thanks are due the people of Lille for the public spirited which they helped the finances of the local team by tho collect ton taken, James Calhin was up from Belle- is on Monday, looking- after .his stock interests. The Lille Flyer ran through an open switch on Tuesday. Several times some miscreant has turned this switch in the night, and if. he caught, lie will get all the trouble is looking for, and probably take the rest cure in the pen for a few years. Hineline and Brother 0. K., were over lo Coleman on Sunday light, having taken the trip on.foot over the Coleman trail. Dr. Gillespie, O. B. Hineline and H. B, Hineline climbed the highest mountain in the Livingston Mange on Friday. They made the ascent in two and a hnlf hours, and planted the Un- ion Jack on top. flag can be seen for miles .around. 0. E. nine- line, in this journey, made his maid- en mountain climbing trip, but. says he was greatly benefltted physically, and mentally thereby. He has ad one and t H hal-f pounds per day] since coming to Lille ten days ago, j which speaks well for the climate' (or: perhaps the hotel Octave Roilancl went down to Blairmore to lustal the compressor at the mine there. Constable Thomas ,is away, for a few days on patrol iuUhe North Fork country.. It is reported that the fish in the Knee. Horse Creek are- very thick this season, one trail ririer even claim ing that they had to swim' to Third Avenue Business 3 lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 1183, 1210, 1007. For Sale ]STo. 1307 Fifth avenue south, standing on two lots, cash, hi one .year, in two years, and the balance in five years. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE SHERLOCK LETHBRIDQE Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited PHONE 1214 Parkdale Parkdale Acre lot for easy terms. Can be sub- divided into'12 building lots. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK.' PHONE 1325. Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range 18 Nine miles east-of Stirling; one and one-Half miles from. dou. 90 acres in oats, 2 miles of fence. Good dirt. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loint Bargains For Quick Sale A niee six-roomed on Eighth avenue south, close to Thirteenth street on two lots, for r_, Terms can be arranged. Four-roomed Cottage on three lots, all fenced, close to Bailey Street School, only One-third cash, balance''four, eight and twelve months. Central Realty Co. Kennedy Block, 13th St. ST., Phone 744 organizing an expedition to conduct a'regular moutaln climbing campaign this season. They want to climb ev- ery high peak in this district, which will keep them on the move from now until next 'winter. BUILDING BRISK AT BUSY WARNER Alexander get out of the'crush. It. is a long time until July 1, but, oh. you Race. Morse Creek, once Reason for fishing opens. Mason, late fireman of the Lille Flyer, la now living in Mflcleod. Harry McKay left for Wllliston last Wednesday, lie express-ed .his admiration in no uncertain way for the scenery and .climate of Southern Alberto. The local Aljiino enthuslaata arc FEELING IN SOUTH TOWN' IS THAT 1912 WILL BE BUMPER YEAR .Warner, June and .Mrs. D. N. McMillan were visitors lo Letli- bridge on Monday and Tuesday. H. Soice's house has been paint- ed and looks better as a result: D. 1. Cue lias .also had the painters at. work on his house, and the. exam- ple as set by, these men might well be followed by other residents of Warner. The .Miller's cafe and confectionery establishment has op-ened Its doors for business on Fourth avenue, near the drug store. SUDincss is unusual- ly brisk In this line in this season of the year, and a good service is being given by the new establishment. Building conditions lire unusually brisk at Warner just, now, and real estate is also increasing, notwith- standing that the district has not had rain for some weeks. This week Frank Latiua, the local contractor, bought two building lots in block S, and A. II. Eldridge three lots in the same block. They 'will, probably er- ect on these lots buildings in tho.near future. The Citizens' Lumber Co. re- ported the sale of 1600-fence posts on .Monday and Tuesday this week, in- dicating there are some farniers al least who believe that this year's crop will require to be fenced. Tho Becker and Yates' yard, and the yArd of the .McMillan Co., teport builneH good, both companies hiving told large bills of lumber this week. business men -are quite optimistic, and are not; anticipating any difficul- ty in their business relations with, their customers.this Addition .We have a number oi' fine, level Lois in this ad- dition, from to each, all close to water and sower, and some of them, on water. We also have some cheap Lots from which arc Jo- calcd on broken ground. Terms cnn be arranged on any of the above. HOUSES TO KENT TO The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;