Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday. June THE -LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD can get a ''Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page oo To Loan on First Mortgage Do j'ou.want some The agent, of. tlic company that has it will be in our office for a "low days, cme in and seo Mm: F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge HAH, INSURANCE New is tlic limo. lowest rate's best company No Cash Required The. Company we repreeenL handled .more Hail- Insurance in 1111 'than all other Companies in Canada combined. For full plrtlcuUn, apply: AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE CO. Improved A. 620 Acres, 1-0 miles from Letlibridge, 1 mile from .Wilson" Siding aajovicrefi In barley. Price Good, terms. W.McD TAIT Raymond, 3 lots, 3rd Ave. South. SNAP clah, .balance. 1 and. 2 45 SVGood :vi 1 lott, Parkdale, well irtuated 1420.00 Modern 8: roomed House, 5th South and. stable. Snap Jt V.OOO cMb, 12 anil 18 month's or better. '7 PROPERTY 'BiFOBE BUYING LO O' 1 O o. Kipley Co. PHONE 1094. BLOCK. WEST KOOTENAY TO HAVE EXHIBIT PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT WILL DEFRAY CgST'OF, ASSEM? BUNG IT'HERE iVcISon, U. C., Juiio' nl, coBt'nnd with its Identity, ;m a Wusl Kootcnay exhibit retained, th-a provln clal BQi-ei-nnicnt'lB. willing, to convey to tJio Inlci'rinLloiial Dry Farming Con gross at Lot abridge the display of products, minerals and tlmher mid, make all arrangements [or Ha sUgtng.-LMlilB tlletvlct will bear thc'coBt cf assembling the ex- hibit. This offer was convoyed lo a mee'- g i" the board of. trade rooms yes- terday arittriiooii by J. rjrandrilli. exhibit lon.4 commissioner, who de- clared that he liBrt been niiLhor- ity by the -department of agriculture not to any province in Canada or any state, in the Unlted''siales or America to" cA'cel British Columbia exhibit at tlie congreas. Kootenay accepts ihe offer of the government Ihe exhibit for this district will-be-assembled at some suitable'point" and then taken charge of by Mr. will see. to Its transportation to Lclhbridge and Its proper staging as an individual portion of the general 'Britten, Coluni- jia exhibit. In'.each case the display rom the various districts, of which there nre about- eight, will be staged n such a manner that the different sectionK will'be given full credit COT .heir, streamers and signs singling out.each exhibit. The PTO- display will be strictly nou- voinpetliive. All expenses will be. paid', by the government-from the point, at which he district exhibits are assembled collection will be borne mder Lhe government offer, by the Iffcrent'districts. VOLUNTEERS OFF TO ANNUAL CAMP Ten Acres for Sale Five'acre blocks, 215 and 216, Morning- side, subdivided'into 96 One-quarter cash; balancei.-terms. TE BOX 22, HEEAiD SHIPPING TRADE IN MORE TROUBLE Hsvraj.-June 17.-7-Tlie central, com- mlBBion of.Hhe. Union "an. nouncod intenrten to take" BUpH act would "ci'ernpn- the of vtUe Havre striken: It-'Ia 'iiiidGTStqod .that thia Is to take Lhe form of a national strike of within 24 or 28 hours.... VOTE .ColdWfcteT has ewried a Hydro BRITISH'.; CONTROL TANGIER Gibraltar, June. fa reported here on TV hat appears to be good authority 'tliat Tangier, will 'remain under international, control, as.deter- -mined 'Algiers agreemeh't; but thq British will he in charge. The In- .tentlon is; toi "revive .the agjtalion 'lo ke INCHER CREEK FOR. FINLEY'S FAREWELL Pincher. Greek, Alia., June oluntccr -hoys. leave for Calgary L'o.- ight for iheir'anniial camp and drill. lie laiVn'. up" Tdr'two days-, the scarlet soldiers; ell Betting into readinessinr dcpntfure. A number of cadets ivlll leave-for the''same on :July 1st. Kev. Mr. 'Aitclieson yesterday morn- ing gave, an of the. work donq- at -thn General' Assembly, noting .'missions, social and moral re ..union, college federa- tion and etc. Rev. Mr. Finlay last night, preach- ed his farewell sermon, giving an ea'r- icst and pathetic address words, farewell." Mr. Finlay has bccri here four years, and naturally b'oLli he. and the con- gregation "who. have, worked so cor- dially together during that- time, Ifcel keenly'the separation Jrorn each (oilier. Tie leaves [ou- liis charge at Aiidric on Anticipating, a a large number of entries at1 the'annual Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF'CANADA SUCCESS cornea to the mtui who through present Into the ruture. acres tor sale. Will sell Irom, 160 acres up. Pr'ce JlOiOO, per acre. Terms, ?2.GO per acre cash, and per annum at. G per cent. Wo furnish you with surveys and field nolw of every fliinrLijr socLlpn. given'by Goro AlcUrcxor, GpvernmeDt lund surveyors, Victoria, D. C. -'Our liind.Is personally ncleetcG acreage, our price at the present limeys tjullo ;i little liolow any other colnpany, handlinc 11 bodies of-land in -that vicinity. The fact that we sold acres at .retail on government reports and government soil uotcn, demouEti'ales (he demand for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. -Room 1-6 Johiisoii Blk. 323 5th St. Upstairs GOOD INVESTMENTS 1 corner lots on 3rd Ave. South, cash, balance in 4, and 1 2months. on 6th Avenuc'A. 3 2 blocks from new post office site. J1100.00 each. Good H.ilf section three and one-half miles from on Wey- burn only per acre; at least under market, value. Weber-Huff Investment Co. '.SUITE 1P, ALBF.RTA BLOCK BU1LDING.LOTS 2 lo is on Westminster to Adams'-Park; right at car terminus; Only per raoritfr'eac'h." North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE Wf An Exceptional Offer 5 roomed, cottage on 15th St. South, ouly 1200 cash, balance to suit purchaBer. Albetia-British Columbia Land Co Ltd: 721 '-1. rt't'iv' v p. L.KIMBALL, Manager HILLCREST PEOPLeyAPPREClATE PLACED" .IN.KIGH ;pb5iTioN NOTED .GREEK SCHOLAR DEAD Cambridge, June .Goodwin, professor emertius of Greek Jltera.ture at'Harvard University, and one beat knov.'n Greek-achol- ars In'.this country, died at his homn' In.Cambridge on Saturday, nlgM, aged inces on Thursday risxt Lhc '.Turf -'club has graded a new .race' track on "the athletic groundSj west ol the town. Messrs. Liggett and Williams, bl the schools, have' hcen appqinl- cd- examiners by thn provincial dc-i paitmcufc nt education. The former will preside at the latter ei Blairmore.' to in -examining Edmonton to papers. This I: busy week at local dispensary. knovvlcdgCj as the (.cc- ror.s of' '.in draw. 'near.; The young pcoplo arc grinding h'acd Improved Fruit Ranches at Robson, Arrow Lake, B. A well fruit'growing clo.ie to'C. P. RillWayV landing, ttorei, pott schools', churchesi lumber-mini.. .Me: 11 cleared, balance partly cleared. 3 1-2 acrcn in fruit threes. Water record, ithree roomed bungalow, good on t- buildings, all.ne.w. Lake frontage. Price JZSOQ.. Terms quarter caih, balance one, two and three yenra. f4 All good, cultivable. slope to like.' cleared and planted to fruit trees. Spring water piped to houfto Two storey "barn. A hlgh'-class property. Price Terme, half Chah. hfl.nnco on .easy, terms, 13 tf acreg planted to fruit triien.. Price ?25QO.'; Terms cash, .'IIQOQ, balance to suit purchaser. Unimproved properties In ten to twenty acrei of the best fruit lend In this district. Price per sere- Terms 10 per cent eflih, balance ten per cent yearly. Intereat 7 per cent.' We handle only, first elan If in-Koot- enay Fruit Lffnde, write'MI for further Information. E. BiMcDERMID BAKER STREET NELSON, o. c. PERSIAN RAILWAY PROJECT REVIVED Teheran, June The Persian railway qiiesLions have now been, re- vived In Tehcraii. The Anglo-Rus- aian IcRatlons, on behalf of llic So- ciele d'Ktutles, whose, u aY.tcfs arc In Parjs, have requested the Per- sian govcrdnmerit'lo option for tlic construction oE a line, from Russia lo India. WRECK DELAYS 'TRAIN Wlimlpcff, Juno lo the freight smnah at Ncplgoni .Onlnrli? wcsthonnd .Iralns of iho Caiiadlnn Pa- cific railway are runniiiE late today. Number 1. evening, .iirrfved nt 1SK 'this noon wltli the second srclion minutes Tho weHicrn oxprem; line JI.HO loday, .will ftrrive at, nml (lie, Vancouver express .at -33-J5, Tin track Una bcun rcualr: ed Jones" lias; been, appoln Led the loaltion'bf.'.-preaident' Afbertu of all 'ex.tend their' h'enrty explained in the Herald this .organization .la .a union of unions, all labor end'craft...organf.sa- Uons ''throughout the province being represented. .Mr. .TqneK' the pre- sidency of the Alberta'1 Federation, of Labor, wielding so much power as It does throughout the province, .'is a unique tribute from tlie whole ''Al- beTta (q the personality'and past cord of the present secretary, of- the Hlllcrest- local of Lhe ..United: .Vine Work-ars'.qf America. Jn tor a vide-president for.DisLdct 18 of the la'tter brBanlza- L ion, Mr, Jones lias the "solid, "vote of all members of. the Union1 in- the eastern. Pass, and we hope-to be'.a'ble to congratulate !.hi magaln' as. toon ag th'e rcsults'-oE iJic- electioa'JaTQ made knpwn, 1, The.'football niaLch' scheduled for Wednesday'- evening; should attract a larE-a-crowd. Klllcrest and Burmis meet at. HillcresL, the game played at'BurniiH last- forthcoming .game should be better than any, that have so far been .played tn the Alberta Pass League. We. underBtaiid Ihe cup, by >th'e P. 'Burns Compnny, which teflms in this league are compeLiiJB, will'be on exhibit in' HIllcreBi very shortly. .In spite of Lhe saying-of oiir Blairmore friends to .the effect [hat this will be vre Ishal) see of the cup, we .venture .to hope that, at the of the season the Hlllcrest boosters will have the .'pleasure of bringing it here for kcena.'. :The rain we have been having in this portion of the Pass was not so niuch appreciated, as it was on the prairie, where, according to a popu- lar saying, every drop 'waa worth a dollar, lint its beneficial effects can already bc'accn. The htUa M'c look1 Ing fresh and green, and wnh Goal Mountain for it background, the Slide loolis iilliioat, plcluresrjuc, hnt beauty lakes a second pliiec when compared wilh personnl comfort, nnd Ih'cJnhab- Hauls of the Pasa are clevoully ;ihank- ,'ul for'haying a few days' rcsnlla from the one and only Crow's" Ncst'i Pass almost willing for rcgulav supply provided It ;rn..pofiilblo (o dispense with tho cneuliip mud, Dnvid'Horrla has lately hla'- family down lo Illllcrcst from .Michel, i le reports thai, things arc going very slowly around Michel and Coal Creefe, he number of mcu employed In thai locality rlierng tees than '-'naif the' num- ber working" before' the -recent strike. ..Mrs. Cunningham left town on Saturday., evening for a days' vlBlt with at" Leth- .b'ridgu.- Frank Earp fieurlng.upon ing.up his new boarding bouse and, restaurant oh Tuesday, MJune .18. The aliort ortipr restaurant he Intends run- ning in connexion with the boarding hoiiBei will., fill aMlong-felt wane In Nillcreat, and the revenue derived frbra. this' part of. his venture Tvell repay him for hlg .'progresBtre Up to -the present It has been Impossible to obtain 'anything but fruit in ;to'wn >baD. one eat- Ing, and an extensive buainess Is- practically assured to Frank among Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue'Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY lieal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE 1183, 1210. 1007- The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FjflE. INSURANCE ..HEAL ESTATE SHERLOCK' BUILDING, LETHBRIDQE "An O.ld of-Good Rtpute." Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan anil Investment Co., Limited 1J14 Parkdale Parkdale Acre lot for easy terms. Can be sub- divided into 12 building lots. The C. B. Bowman Agency MCADIA BLOCK. PHONE Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range 18 Nine milcB east of Stirling; ;cme and one-lialt mllei, Uon. 90 acres In miles bl fence. "'Good dirt.; Firm Landt O. T. LATHROP ftUfford. Block the town. rierouB young fellows around EVILS FACE THE .CHLfRCH Toronto1, June the layman's association-prce-ented at Uie Toronto Methodist conference .Lp- day. stated that Lh'e chiirch wag-fac-. ng .conditions which-BRVB gravest 'concern and .called for .the moat active co-operation of the mln-; iBtry and the laymen. The rapid increase of population, largely of alien birth, and general'ac- and agsresslvencBa of the var-" ,0115. forms of social. vice, combine to set a task, which challenge our moat ardent op-, imisrri and effort.-1. '_ 'REMffiR SCOTT OPENS CAMPAIGN ULUY RESTORED :.TOH HEALTH LIBERAL LEADER DELIVERS; VIGOROUS Rcgina, Juno 17 Scott de.-his first speech in citj in o.-present ad- dressed a good sizLid a: rrilly'- in the Hegina club- rooms. Speaking in vigorous .fashion of fortv minutes, Mr Scott 'shoved 'that coycrcd'--trpm his'late and hay regained all. his old-limc.vig- .or. The he stated, more than willing-to be judged .on'its seven, years' administration- record, and asked'nothing beUcr .than. closest said his. govern- ment "liail more ihnn made good in tlic" performance of their IflOB rail- extension promises, H lo 20 toids hcing actually in-." operation, and all.hut two of the halaricc. urtdcr construction, several of them only, steel, the -.inad-cqiiaie-sup- ply- bf which ;had' held up ;opBratipna Snap! Two lots on 7th Ave 3i-d nncl 4th fiomlStli S., will sell for Jf taken at once li jcivlng .town. Part OMti, ii'alance Chai. Donbroske 'M3-7th Avtnui South for inside residential or subdivision property see'- MITFORD COMPANY BARGAIN BARGAIN QUARTER SECTION 1.60 ficres first. -.class land, oiily fpuv miles fi-oin of Lellibridge. i'enued, tuicl SO.'iicrcs in crop 'small Siiibiblo to .subdivide into .gardens. Hacrificc Price.; per ____ '1'or Ici'ins (o The Catcaden Land Co. 10U. Offlct Miedonild Bulldlni. BIGOEST TWO YEAR HUMAN BEINO What may be the bffgMt vtuoyear human being In tha unnerie has been discovered, 4 at Havthorn, Ont, about IS miles from the Canadian tal It la the ton at Mr att4 4 Mrs old country French farmers child twenty. six months old, and weighs 127 Aonnde, and meAiureo iQ Inches around the chest the born he neigh ed onlj poundi and tbe neighbors declared the par 4> would never rslae him, -fr Ho. brought up >bot- and showed 'ho s'lgnj of extraordinary growth until ;Was R-year old. 'In other re fr npects than'.shape and size he la perfectly'normal child, 4. Exclusive Listing .Six room fully modern home on 7th Avenue, Very 'FOR QUICK SALE TTVO corner 127, fnclng sonth on London Easy terms. HOUSES TO RENT TO '1-- The Dowsley Mulbern Land Co. Sherlock Bldf.