Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT Jf you are interested in the Oity of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let ui you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Lew. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Look This Up in Block 23, Duff Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, at each R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott MINNESOTA MAYOR FACES MANY CAARGES Bemldil, Jlinn., June T. Du- niaa, mayor of Cast Lake and a rising young physician by .day and apparent, ly the ring leader of the American crook trim by night, today facea add- ed evidence charting him with at least six Incetidlaiv one of which wiped1 out thirteen busiiiMs bouses of' the village1 ;of liaiwrle. a few nilles south of .here, another a blaze at Superior, WIs., the robbing of three homes and other crlmer of plunder and outrages, dur- ing the'jiast six This crlmo carnival Is attributed to the mayor, who continues to protest innocence, by Joseph fielding, of the St. Paul I'inkerlon branch, and assistant fire marshal! Sam Kullerton, who believes net returns during thll time, which thev -assert by no means covers the entire criminal career of Dr. aggregated a quarter of a million dol- lars which. Dumas generously distri- buted .with his associates, many of whom stand high in the business cir- cles of the northwest. As loon as this is properly arranged business 'men at different places in tbe north- west will be ulaced under arrest, hav- iiig been pawns by Dumas who dealt out to them spoils which are, said lo have.aggregated nearly, a quarter of million during the past six monlha. Detectives now on the' nay to Minnesota state prison to get a sworn statement ol' a man convicted, under the name of Fred Hunter and 'sentenced to ten yean from Grand Rapids, Minn., on a charge of bank robbery. When' nrreeled In Grand Hapids not lone ago .Hunter sent foi Puiiias who proceeded to employ an attorney for Hunter, who If now said lo admit Dumas was the guiding the work.of himself and com- panions. Threats of. Death Oemldji, Minn., .lune of death for the men who betrayed their companions and de- tectives to lay a trap for them at I'uposky when three robbers were c.iught while attempting to .rob the post office, were receded bv mail to night by officers who have charged Ur. D. T. Dumas, mayor of Cass Lake, with being a member of the Pnuosky robber sang and with having planned many othei similar crimes Detect ives in search of "Mike" Davis, who although Bounded in the fight at fur osky, escaped, found evidence that a third man was hiding In the woods with a horse and buggy, and the robbers made their escape in this manner. FOR SALE On straight Crop Payment Plan, 480 acres, 1 I 2 miles from NdlMth Switch, 4 miles northeast of Chin, good diit, W. I-I ot '1 "llffi WO acre, improved You will have to hum O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. ENDORSE PORTUGAL AS. A REPUBLIC Lisbon, -Portugal, June con- stituent assembly organized today j with 192 deputies ratified the gov- ernment's edict formally proclaiming the republic of Portugal, abolition of monarchy and proscription of Bragmi- dynasty.. Proceedings passed off without special FOR SALE 8 roomed fully modern house, facing as No. 500 Westminster Tc'fi'ns. The H. MACBETH AGENCY MtUKANCI BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing north on McKay St., only, one block from Westminster Road, each. 2 lots facing east in Block 148, each. North Letnbridge Realty Co. PHONIiM A Snap In Inside Property Money to Loan oil Im- proved Farm and City Property x Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel ROYAL GUESTS ARE ARRIVING r SAY, MR. FARMER! We have the choicest half section in the Chin District and will Mil at W 00 on terms or DO all caih Best buy in that district. Acre lot on Westminster Rd., easy termi The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACKE GARDEN TRACTS. 1'30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1.40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. TWMI are all Irritated and nearer the city than anv ott-er tracts, and guarantee them PERFECT. We are the flist buyers of irri- gated enb4Mde and our prices are 13000 cheaper thVn of like qualltr and location We make terms to suit, it yoik intend to Improve the property We also own a nice I 2 acre with eettavt tad chicken iheda located in tbe city Units, cheap and on any tarns. MAXWELL HELGERSON Block, MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands W. R. Dobbin ;J10 7th St. South Phone' 363 London June of King Georges coronation guestb accompan ted bj suites reached London this morning and with as many more from foreign 'countries ind states due to ainve evening will complete prac ticaliy tfte- assemblage of foieign mis slons lohn Hajes Hammond, special United States ambassador and his suite will be included in later arrivals coming Cromm Dover on special tialn 1'hiougbqut the dny special after spe- cial rolled into dlffeiont London rail- way terminals bringing in princes, spe- cial ambassadors and their suites from all points of the globe The streets presented, a livelv appearance with the (ipn'itant coimns, and going of '05 at carriages w itb esroi ts conveying to Buckingham Palace and other places anil pnvate residences given ovei foi citcrtamment of en- voyb .UUtiighl the work of an nimy-of dfcorators sen of the the1 ceStfe of'Stondon Flags gave a sail appeal ance which Intermittent nin storms couldf not spoil Desolations and illuminations are.on a scale never before attempted In England anil the tncjighting; is so great tha't the elec companies have served public notice til it their fcaparltj to' suppls curient has been-reached and they cannot undertake further contracts The German Crown. Prince and par- ty and Prince Henri of Prussia and Prince Henry of i Netherlands, .are among this morning's arrivals The Duke of Connaught and other memlieis of the rojal family flitted from station to station to meet each newcomer, undeterred by showers ot mud that their swiftlv moving vein cies tossed up. The public'" appears smitten with coronation level People throng the streets in such multitudes aa' to make progress anywhere in the centre of fashionable London a matter ot difficulty. Centrally Located Business ".Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY and Financial Broken Offkt 307 Street 11S3 BUSINESS SITES Two lots In Block 36, Red- and one lot, Ulk 34, CljnSt These aie cheap for- a few daj? Koi price and particulars write us The Land Co. DISTRICT NEWS COALOALC Mrs. Win. McDowell and- daughter Florence, from Uclavau, 111., are flitting with Mr. and iMri. B, S. Don, The Ladles'-Aid are living an Ice cream social Saturday .eyenlnE. L'oaldale. 'Mr. and Mri. W. H. Pawion Jr. and baby have returned to Coaldale alter spending the winter In Peorla, 111. T P Brfvwri returned Tuesday from a visit, with her daughter, Mra. j Cannon, at Spokane. Tlie Aid was pleasantly en- tertained at the home of Mra, Dan Arlck last Wednesday. Llndblad will he the next honlees. Sirs. John Davidaon, who has been quite HI. to be ovlt lgllln The rain greatly appreciated by ill the farmeri. STAND BY THE PREFERENCE London, Fune the luncheon of the Constitutional club, presided bv T Balfour todaj, Sir Wil Erfd Laulier prTrtiei of Canada, told the big gathcung of British statesmen and, overseas premiers that the reel procitv agreement between the United States and Canada should cause no alarm to anv one Canada, he said, wished to trade inth the mother coun try in preference to other lands, but that did not mean that it should treat with her alone Whatever privileges were granted other countrlea mould be given equallv, to England "In he added, "the policy of British preference has been hoisted to the top of 'the mast and there It will stay, whatever does orjdocs not do. BRITISH STEAMER A TOTAL LOSS .Halifax, June ,British steamer Benearn -has been abandoned or. Half Moon Ledge, 12 miles from Harrington Head. She went aground Saturday and was taking water so rapid'ly that Captain LocKhart did not consider It safe to remain aboard her longer. She will be a total loae. She was carrying: coal to St. John and got off the course in tile fog. Money to Loan on Improved Farms 2 lots Block L, each, terms .8 lots on water, Duff Addition, each, cash 3 spur track each Wim u A Koom l a IVI. Dominion Block Fire Insuranco Phone 1367 SUNDIAL NEWS Mr anil Mrs L Ciiitanl, (irand- Custard and Miss Clara Custard, visited at L. on Sunday Mrs. Cramer, to Lcthhriclgc Monday with the Sundial licit Dunn and f.ramlpa Custard went to BarrhUl-.to attend the sale on Monday Mr. and.Mrs. 1JV J. Custard and Miss C. spent Tuesday ,vis- itm? fiicnils at Barrhill Thok knutson, of bvvect Vallcv.is spending a few days visiting at the home of Ins mother, Mrs Sorcn Kniitson. Mr Ilakel, of the Intcinatlonal llarvestei Company, of I.cthbridgc, is vcrv husv in the Sundial diitnct Mr and Mrs L I Cusiacd, Grand- pa Ouslaid and Miss Clara Custaid lelt on Thursday' for Lacombe, Cal- garv, Edmonton and Winnipeg, wheic the) will spend a few weeks visiting friends before returning to their home in Osalis, Minnesota They spent the past three weeks visiting at the home of -their daughtel, Mrs B G Dunn Mrs Wilbur Barnes is reported quite ill with a sore throat Mi and Mis William Bartlelt and child went to Lcthbiidgc Thursday, where the) cipccl to spend the sum- mer Mrs Frank Griflith is on the sick list this week Mi and Mrt P Rose, Babv Rose, Miss, Oldrigh and MbcrtQuick went Pshing on Wodncsdav and caught a number ot nice fish l> C, Knutsou aml-G Bruckctschin returned on ThurVdij Sifter spending a few da'jS fishing at tlie mouth of the Little How Rivei But fishing was caught two fish 11 Dunn antfMiSh b Engen called on Koscs on Sundav Mr Direct were l.eihbndgc callorb last week The Mounted oliccman here is aw a) on a trip to palti in Manitoba Ml and Mrs Clmci Jones called on Joe Mains on Sunday Gallivauj vetrrinarv of Lclh- brulgc and, district, was a Sundial caller lat.1 Fnd.iv Mrs Frank- Gnffith vis'ted last week with lici mother, Mrs Sadie Ddutzlas. 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Bntlian left fol an extended through Iowa NEWS, Eniion, lune reiicsh- mg rain came lo the lellei of the crops last week More ram is needed, however, and the farmers arc ouslv stud) ing signs Plow- nig foi fall iii'l spring breaking is going sleadilv on, but the ground is becoming prcttv drv 'Iheie ,i splendid glass crop in (be Endou district and the ranchers and farmers arc consequently happj nvm on prairie, huint over last' ,cai theic is a good showing, and fiom pnscnt indications Ihcrc will be plcnlv of I'ndon seems parlicu- lall) favored in this respect, And this fact, togollmr with other natural ad- vantages largclv nccounti, for the large nunilHjr of settlers located here Hverv quarter section in Township 6 Itanqe 8 is taken, and thib is the con- tic of the Endon settlement George Murrav, a former Peigan Licck lanther, ha1 hccu appointed viecil inspector During the past few vrais Mi Murray has, been at agri- cultural wotk and is well qualified, bv both ability and experience, 101 bis new position Mrs. W. R. Shields, wife of our popular general merchant and post- master, leaves l.huisda) for a visit at her former home in Ada, Minn I'ctri .Rumule was at Medicine Hoi [or the. vveek-cnii. Kailvva) connection with Lrilibndgc rannot come loo soon With the pios- pcct of a buiiipfi clop, the farmers will face a haid pioposillon In lliov- mg tlic grain lo market, llcrald readers are looking to the organized bodies in Lcthbridgr. to boom this roail. It will pay A local .telephone line is likely to he built to Seven Persons from hrrf Di Pi aw fold, newly located at Stev- en Persons, is inteiesting the.J'm cis in the'proposition which, so far, has met with" irorriiKapproial Karl Hootch is at work ilrillin( a nell for north of Endon' Superior farm Machl We shall be pleased to shovf you the merits of the lines we hancUe- Front and Wood Mowers and Our pricw on tbli mell-knowa line are an _ i Corkmhutt Plows, Disc Harrows, Scufflers, Drills, Harrows Thin lino li durable and ro'Iable. We alao handle lull lin. of Pumps For wells of a' Bteel Windmills Both tumping and power. Grain Grinders, Concrete Mixers, Wood Sawi aiid Contractor Hoists RUMLEY "Git PULL" AND STEAM TRACTORS THE "OIL PULL" TRACTOR burns cheaper fuel and deei aa work as anj other tractor on the market IS, li and M RUMLEY STEAM and 91 hone. KUMLEYSEPARATORS Guaranteed to do better work than any other on tbe ket Haa superior Mparatlna; device and is the moat durable seyar- "or on the market. Be sure and inveatitmte thla machine before buying. _ t THE-J--------- Lethbridge-Weybum Realty Co. AV6. a_ONE BLOCK WEST Of WESTMINSTER I DOWN TOWN OFFICt, 123 STH ST. Another well machine is engaged OH a well for David Cargill, ol the Pei- gan Creek Horse ranch. A GREAT FARM WELL FARMED Bellevue Farm hu Large Areas of Splendid 1 Grain A [arm ol over acres, with covered with an excellent crop and the balance bring rapldlv lurnsd ovct bv a steam plough 19 not at all a common sight in anv country Yet through the courtcs) of T B Dun the Uberla Securities, Lim- ited, the llmald man hid the oppor lunilv of visiting such a [aim U Chin this companv has the Uellev.ii, farm containing seven sections of land that lies as nicel) one could desire On the farm this vear, the) have acres of winter wheat, ....icli is all in prime condition Ir, stands between (went) and four inches high, and is hradcd oul The present prospects are that this whole area will v icld an average over uusliels per acre Pulling up some stools, it was found that the giolind was, itill quito damp at the roots, although moic rain is needed lo make the gram fill out piopcrl) Fifteen hundred acres aje sown to spring wheat, winch so far is grow- ing perfcctlv, and lias not the slight- est indication of drv weather in its appearance Given the- required amount of rain during the next four weeks, this spring ,wheat will give an enori'ious yieldkjpr the stand Is almost perfect There "are onlv 100 sown lo oats, nut.thej arc do- ing well If would be unwise to attempt a prophrc) as to what the vield will be but it is a safe bet that if the weath- er ninn keeps as favoiahlc as he has bcr'i, 01 even a little more so, it would br ,i good move for the corn- pan) to cricf an elevator to handle (heir own grain. Mr Dunham estimates, if the all- pievailing "it" becomes a certamtv, thar it will lakr Ihc eight binders Ihrv !o have iio the cutting, a month In cut it all, and it will takij another month to thresh v Since huv ng this large (am, [torn Hie Newman's something over a tear ago, the Alberta Securities have grcatlv improved the place by erect- ing a comfortable cottage, where the foreman, Mr Thompson, resides, and a good big harn stable, where the usfd on the farm arc kcnt Numtioua other buildings have been erected and painted fifteen n en arf Kept working on the place, .Including the steam plough gang. II. is a grand'aighl lo stand on the highest'point in this farm and. look over its immense area, the ong stretch of dark green wheat, the lighter hue of the" Winf. grain, the still lighter green.of unbroken' prairie, and the soil just being turned over It ia good (arm veil farmed CONTRACTORS DlttATISFlIO. Ottawa, June 18 are in the city, eiprwa-.aome dieeat- isfaction-of Uniform of Jendera lor_- certain work in connection'.with ha.r; f nor Improvement at St John, the "detail's of which nan alreejyi been announced -The worto include the dredging of'Courtenw the construction of a firafelaaa drv dock, three berths and a ablp repair plant According to tender la- mind all these workt are included one contract which contractors laaur means'that the "competlttoil 'restricted to a few flrma Such a posit of a half million dollars, which that the it St John will coat from million dollars f KINO GEORGE RECEIVID COLONIAL CAVALRY OFFICIRi. London, June foreign co- lonial cavalry who bare giving eihltiona and taking part-In the contesta at the Internationa] horar ahow at Olympla, were received ff King George tbla afternoon large stateroom at Bucklnghaal Pal- ace There were no aet apeechea but Hie Majeity welcomed hla vlaltora In- formally He had a brief oonveraaiK lion with each of tbe officers and cor- dially ihootc hand! with them on the'r departure The crowd outalde, the palace cheered tbe from the various countriea an well 'aa colonial they ar-- rived V" BATHES IN PUBLIC FOUNTAIN; Cleveland. Ohio, June Joseph Dillon, 28 >ean old, crated by the1 heat, defied a dozen policemen ft fort} fhe minutes today, while he played the role of a merman in tho fountain In the public square. proacbed the edge of tbe nool occaalonally to iplHh a sboe'ill ter on iiir patroimen gathered out Final'lv the police fire department to drag Dillon frum hig bath, 3 corner lots. Beautiful site, cast of Victoria Park THE Dowsky-Mulhern Land Co.