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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y.. Jniic II' THE IJ5TTIBRIDGE DATLY HERALD Invest Your Money in Lethbridge Will Increase Fast HAPPENINGS IN NEARBY TOWNS ROGERS HELD OUT HOPE TO MAYOR PINCHER CREEK EXPECTS TO GET MOUNTED POLICE RE- SERVE FOR PARK rinchcr Creek, Dobbie, who rutumcU yesterday from Kegimi, whither he went, to interview l-Ion..lUfecrt Rogers on matters of in- terest to brings hack very encouraging reports as to the curly transfer to the town of the police re- serve. II. would seem, according to the hopes held-out. hy the minister oT that it will bo merely a question of time until Pinclier Creek has a park, fill her own. Posters are out announcing a .big lime here on iJuly 22-23, when the Firemen's Tournament will he held. 'Arrangements are being made td make the day not; only-pleasant but historic in the annals of Alberta tour- naments. -Everything in connection vfith the :the. annual ,races.- scheii-r ulecrfor.Thiirsday, .tune 20th, is now complete. The, list of races would iri- dicate some splendid contests in store. The Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary decided to go ahead with the building of, the new kitchen wing to the hospital. The .contract will be let at once. Rev. R. E. Finlay, who v. takes charge of the Methodist church at Airdric, will, preach his farewell ser- mon Sunilai inening Mr. of Westminster Mall, B. in charge of a mission station near town, is writing on University ma- triculation examinations at the pub- Jit school this week. COLEMAN HORSE CAUSED EXCITEMENT Colenmn, serious acci- dent was narrowly averted on Wed- nesday -evening, when frightened horse ran away, throwing out lliti oc- cupants of the buggy and demolishing the harness and shafts The animal, owned'by Hie man fam- iliarly called was being driven with F. %-both men being in tho vehicle.} Coining down past I he public school a dog ran at the horse, and so excited hi in that it became unmanageable, and though strenuous efferv-j :'were made to control him, the animal dashed do'iVn tho street. Running at a rather high rate of speed, it turned the corn- er at the Bank of Commerce, but the was so great that the buggy was carried to live other side of the road, where1 a telephone pole prevent- ed its- smashing tho plate glaes win- dows of the 'Co-operative store. As the vehicle collided with the tele- phone pole, Macleod succeeded in jumping clear, b'iit "Cyclone" was pulled out over the front arid drag- ged several 'rods befoTe .-he- regained his feet, and obtained control of the terrified beast. Beyond the men- tioned, to the harn-sBs and .shafts, no Injury was done, and fcho driv- ers congratulated themselves on an exceedingly lucky escape. Moral: Indiscriminate toleranc-e of dogs on the streets is risk) PART OF MINE ROOF FELL IN SAW A DEER ON THE TRAIL Hillerest, June constables of.the R. N, W. .M. P. aawa flne deer riRht on the Maple Leaf trail today His majesty did not 'seem scared at the two redcoats, but merely stood etHl and. calmly, surveyed their moyo- fments 4 WANT WOMAN JUDGE Chicago, June of the Circuit Court arc urging the appoint- ment of a woman assistant -.for the judge of the juvenile court.-- The chief Justice lias been asked to appoint a committee or three members of the bench to obtain the services of a suitable woman. for "the position. .The woman selected would be effect as assistant judge, aiding the court in disposing of the cases of pendent delinquent children, es- peclall) girls woman attornej is favored for the position. HAMILTON GROWING Hamilton's building" for fas i cached neailj a million 00 To Loan on First Mortgage Do you some of it1? fif f j The agent of the company that has it will be in our office for a few days, cme in and see him. EC. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge HAD BEEN WORKED OUT PILLAR BELLEVUE Bellevue, June 13vans, I formerly proprietor of tlie Southern Hotel, returned from Coleman last W. L. Ouirncttv, Alex Cameron and E. Ditmey of Cole'niaii were visitor in iBollnvue today, Sergeant Bower, who Is In charge of the It. X. W. M. I', of this district, has moved to Frank where the head- lartei'B will be from now on. The survey gang of Woods Steel Pfncher Creek, -who have been laying out the fownsite for the West Can- adian Collieries- in Bellevue for the past two" months, moved their outfit "BlairmoriB today Several Slavs who had evidently taken too much booze started a row n their end of, the town last night. Nothing worse one or two brok- en windows were the result There was som-a little excitement in the camp this afternoon when the ground over part of No. I mine caved in for a distance of two or.three hun- dred feet. The rooms beneath (he cave-in ha-d been worked out and'the pillars removed and the weight of the rock above proved too rinich. Luck- ily there' was no person either on top or underneath at the time, so no particular damage was done. -June Williams, formerlv electrician for the West Can- adian Collieries, is a visitor iu town for a few davs. W. II., Campbell, of prosecutor, was in Hcllcvuc today The mine was not working today on account of a shortaee of cars. The farmers are not the onlv ones affect cd by tile car shortage, Supl. Primrose, of the R.N.AV.M.P Macleod, spent .Bellevue. The-Hellevuc underline- lead- ership of G. WvGooilwiii, gave a hand concert on tin; athletic- grounds lo- hl Pic. ptoplc of the louii (urn- out in larsc nunihcrs to listen to Ljip music and consider., to be living in a camp' tint can support, a firs I rate hand. T M, .Burnett left last night for .he i'eare River district, where he and several other geulrlenieiriiave a fru thousand, acres of .mining, lands, principally coal Mi Hunietl will be away ..-.three or four, months. Curing his absence Mr.- Murnett-'s husiiibss will be looked after bv -Jean Schurr, Mho was uith V Lang ni Frank for a number, of vears. Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS. (o tlio man wllo sees through ilhe iirosent Into (lie future, acres for Will sell from ICO acres up; Price 510.00 per acre. Terms, 52.00 per aero 52.00 per annum at 0 per cent. Wo furnish yon with surveys and.-field notes of ever.vMinarter'Bcetlon, by Gore- McGregor, Government land. Burvoyors, Victoria, B. c. Our .land'is personally selected acreage, and onr price at tho present lime Is ..quite a little lielow any other company, handling large-bodies of land In tlmt vicinity. The'fact that we have sold some acres at retail on government reports and goveriuaout soil notes, demonstrates the demand for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room Bile. 323 5th St. s. Upstair Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY I'eal Fstatc Financial Brokers P1MINION B'iOCK; PHONE NOS.11183, 1210, 100T. Look! acres of land from 1 to 6 miles from lallwity. -.running walef on tract. 'j'hia is an elegant mixed. farming proposition. Must be.sold at once. ner acre. Good terras. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, ALBERTA BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Wostminstci Koad, close to Adams' Pailv; at car terminus; Only 6450 oacli, cash, balance per month each. North Lethbridge Realty Co, PHONE 636 ror :_. _ Xo. 1307 Fifth avenue south, standing on lots, for rash in one year, in two veins, and tho balance in live ycais. TKe H. MACBETH AGENCY IN5.URANCE LOANS SHERLOCK The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue S. Room A HULL.BLOCK Lethtmfgs, Alberta Best Buy in City 68 2-3'fcetx 215 feat in Block H, fronting on-3rd Avenue. South, with nmall house, renting at per month at cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months EXCLUSIVE LISTING BY R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block Improved Farm ezOlicrei.ijlO miles from Letlibridge, 1 mlle'from WilsSnfSinling 330 acres, in barley. Price Good terras. W. McD TAIT Raymond, Atta. FROM 2-15 Angus Fraeer, Bmll Blomgren and D. Fraser took a trip to-Lethbridge last week. They may not return un- til fall. Dave Wilson of Omeuiee, N. D., is visiting with old friends. somewhat, of