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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta >rliia.v.'.T'ime2M.ini2. TUT] LETITBIirBCE DAILY HEKALD Pajje 8 You can get a advertizingonthis page TO Loan on, First Mortgage Do you want home of it? The'agent of tlic compaiiy that lias it will be in our office for a few days, cine in and :'see him. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE is the time, lowest ratesj'best company, No Caul! Required The Company we represent bandied more Hail Insurance in 1911 than all other Companies in Canada combined. For full apply: R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE CO. Good Buys .3 lots, 3rd Aye. South. SNAP 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. 45 x 125, Reed St., Good 2 lots, Parkdale. well Modftrn 8 roomed house, 5th Ave. "A" South and stable. Snap at" caeh, balance S, 12 and IS months or better. SEE THIS PROPERTY BEFORE BUYING L. S. Ripley Co. PHONE 1034. BLOCK, Ten Acres for Sale Five acre and 216, Morning- side, subdivided into 96 lots -One-quarter cash; balance terms, AVRITE BOX 22, HERALD For jnside residential or subdivision property MITFORD COMPANY BARGAIN 1WO acres land, only four miles from llie City of Lellibridge. All fenced, and 50 acres in crop ,small bouse. Suitable to subdivide into gardens. Sacrifice Price; per For terms apply to The Cascaden Land Co. Phon. 1091. Office Macdonild Building. Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH PHONE 1214 SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Gross Ave. A. X.) close .to Kin.dcrgTi.rten School. Price S2I.O each; One-third cash, balance 4. and 8 months.. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE IM NEW POSTOFFICE AND LAND TITLES OFFICE Board of Trade Active in Efforts to. Get Them Here The Lettibriilfie Board of Trade wants two new'public buildings this j summer. One of them Is the post I "o which has been premised .'or long; the other Is a land titles office, which has not yet been prcrji ised. Every meeting of the board which does not bring up eomethlng about one or the other- or both of these buildings lacks something uf ts usual finish. Both were on deck last night and loth received attention. 'The socre- .ary will immediately write the post- naster general's department stating hat no matter what the changes the >oard asked -'or some time ago, what hey wanted now.WHS action, and they want it this summer. The land titles building is not to s forgotten. The Associated Hoards 1 Trade are working to get one of hese offices established in the south j and between all the boards it is est mated that such a noise will reach Edmonton that it will win out. W. A, Buchanan, M.P.. S. J. Shepherd and C. P. P. Conybeare were appointed a committee to once more bring 'the urgent need of; a, land titles building here before the 'proper authorities, and the committee was, extended power to act in the matter. Some caees of discrimination in railway matters have been brought to the attention of the board, and ac- tion will be taken i in mediately to ef- fect a remedy if possible. j The Business Men's 'Association.1 wrote the Beard on mailers pertain- ing lo (ho -muddy water and the gas franchise, much along the same lines as the reports of .the association1! meetings which have already appear- ed. It was considered that the mat- ter of the city water supply was one which should be given every atten- tion by the civic authorities, and the municipal committee of the board investigate, and bring In re- port at a later meeting. The Western Canada Irrigation As- sociation will hold its regular annual convention in Kelowna, 13. c., on August H. 15, and Ifi. Two dele- gates he. appointed at tonight's meeting of Che full board to attend the which is of a great deal of interest to people of South- ern Alberta, The Lethbridge branch of the Im- perial Home Reunion Association ex- pecte to muko an active start in Its campaign to bring Ojd Country fam- ilies to Southern Alberta at an early date. President Cunningham stated that the first application had been re- ceived only a couple of days ago, and the money 'for transportation of the applicant's family; will be sent forthwith. If the Lethbridge Board of Trade can all the narrow gauge equip- ment of old A.R. I. Go's earlj day trains -from the Hoi'lus Steel Co.' of Spokane for ?5GO they will prob- ably buy it and make up a regulatloti train for the "zoo" which to be established at Henderson Park. Fur- ther negotiations will be carried on with this .end in view. Arrangements are under way for the. entertainment of the party of British manufacturers who will visit Lethbridge next month, but no details have yet .been worked out. CADETS MADE A GOOD SHOWING AT THE ANNUAL INSPECTION- GOING TO CAMP AT CALGARY CONTRACTSLET FOR COLEMAN SCHOOL WORK WILL IN THE MYSTERIOUS SHOOT- ING CASE Coleman, June a special meeting of the School Board held last evening to award the contracts foi the construction, painting; and plumb- ing of the new addition to the build- ing, Uie following tenders .'were' re- ceived: Disney, H. G. Goodeve Co" 57- f> Fraser, E. Parrish, 1750.00; R.. Dunlop, 9602.70; 3 F. Higgins, S5S7.00. The contracts were awarded to Messrs. Disney, Goodeve Co., and Hlg- ;ins at. figures which are snhstantial- y the same as previously The latest developments in the hooting case at Colenian are the coni nitinent of. Rynen to Macleod, and he detention of F. Caputa as a wlt- ,esfi. The police, who have been dil- sently following every possible :clne, ad until now been unable to locate he weapon with which the shots had een fired. Whilst making their earch, a 30-30 Winchester rifle was ound in Caputa's shack, underneath is bed, whilst further search disclos- :1 a tpx of cartridges in the cup- oard, from.-which two had been e.v- It is also.stated that the HE TOOK THE PEDLAR'S CASE INEB8IATEO.MAN AT-BELLEVUE WHO .NOW FACES TWO SER- IOUS CHARGES Belles ue. June F Brecken- ridgc, of the Breckenridge-L-und Co., Lnndbreck, spent Monday and Tues- day in Bellevue. Harvey Boutillier, of Cowley, was in town for a few days on. business Plonda, a boarder at the South- ern Hotel, wag removed loathe hos pital with.appendicitis on Tuesday J MacDonald, Smijer sewing m.i chine-agent, of Blainnore, spent Wed- nesday in tire camp. Inspector Belcher, of'the R.'N. W, P, Pincher Ci eek, has been here for th-a past -few days. Stsve Humble has opened an Ice cream -parlor'in the rear of his sfore. It is the most popular place in town these warm days. i A' man, named JlcDougall, who says he is from Nova Scotia, got full of booze this afternoon, and'proceed- ed to lock for a scrap After an hour's hunt, during which he made Yesterday was inspection day of the Lellibrldgo public school cadets, Ma- jor Belaon, cadet Inspector for the province of Alberta with 'headquarters at Calgary, being the Inspecting offic- er. Jn the forenoon Major Belson visited the Klectwood and Westmin- ster schools 'where two companies numbering 30 boys each were inspect- ed and In the afternoon three com- panies of thirty boys each, two from the Central school and one company from the High school, were reviewed on the barracks grounds. All the boys wore put through a course of drill with and without their rifles which were of the Ross make. The various companies inspected are not yet up to the maximum strength which is 42. The cadets presented a natty appear- ance In their new khaki uniforms and .Major Belson at the close Oi his in- spection remarked that he was very pleased with the work done by the on this their first appcaiance Major Belson was panicularl} im- pressed with the attention shown bj tha boyn in trying to do their work well. "Canada Is your home and it! is your duty to stick up for the flag! and -behave yourselves at all said .Major Belson. Much interest, is'! being taken those nho go to camp at Calgary. The cadets are to be congratulated on their appear- ance on this occasion. The boys, it may be mentioned, were in charge of Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQU1TH UNDSEY Real Estate Financinl Brokers BOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 11S3. 1210, 10W. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "An.Old EatabllBhed Firm of Good Repute." Fire Insurance Money to Loan Acre lot. I'arkdale, for easy terms. Can be subdivided into 12 building lots 50 feet on London Road, Block E, cash. The C. B. Bowman Agency nCADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1 F. ;S. Filmcr, their capable physical instructor. W. A. Hamilton and Dr Galbraith were interested spectators at the inspection. MORE SHEEP FOR THE SOUTH much noise but did not .raise a fight, he finally turned on his .best friend, also from Nova Scotia, and landed him on the jaw. The frieud fell ag ainat a post in front of the Southern rltfiel, and was unable in rise for iome time. About that, time Con- It is also, stated that the J Bashford the P, arrel of the rifle gave appear on the sccrte< so now Mr nee of recent use, no cleaning hav- McDougall is sleeping off, his jag at the barracks. To-morrow, he will have a. chance to explain how it hap p-ened. On Tuesday night a pedlar struck the Southern and asked for a room. The night clerk being out at the time, a man named "Mickv' Brown volunteered to show .the ped Ifir to a room. "Micky" had been im- bibing freely, and after putting tiva man in a room, and collecting fifty cents from him, "Micky" walked out with the pedlar's suit, case, which contained about three hundred dol worth of jewelry. The police were notified, and soon had "Mickv in jail, minus the suit case. -Tlitr trial is on this afternoon. There are'two charges against, the prisoner, one of obtaining money under false preten- ces and one of theft, been don-e. The condition of the child is'little tanged, and chances for .recovery sein by all accounts, to be doubtful. Th-e cableJielephone line from Blnir- ore to Coleman is' all but, complet- It will be much more comen- nt than the which ora unsightly on the street. Colo Bros.' circus 'will be in Cole- 111 on June 29. It be hoped that, it will fulfill expectations better than the Chapman show, which Ic-'t hare for Rlairmore on Wednesday The patrons of this latter show felt- as if (to had .been handed a quince.'. Tha town waterworks system he- ing further improved by boding the connections with the water j Hitherto much trouble has been -ex-1 perienced through the freezing of 'the, water in th-ase pipes between tbej .iiains and Ihu taps inside the build-l LOVELORN DAMSEL ings, but it. is hoped thai :this means TOPPLES BUT WALKS will provide an effective insulation Nflw Vork Jmic ,0-_nertha Kinjn. against future trouble In that regard, young Rlrli ,jont gn BllJcid0( tfl_ J day jumped from a six-storey build- ing In Brooklyn. She landed'on'her feet, ami, allhfititfh her back :vas brok- en, persons who had not seen her leap and thought her merely about faint saw her walk some distance befora she dropped unconscious. A largo pnrt of ihe roof cornice had been carried down 'with her in her jump. An ambulance surgeon took her to tlie hospital, where she died a -few minutes Inter. The police reported that the girl killed herself b-ecouae her sweetheart, said to he a Brooklyn youth of good 'flmily, had gone away a thort time BIG HERD OF SHEEP TO 8E PLAC- ED SOUTH OF MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, June rais mg is1 an industry that haV not been carried on around this district to any great evtent, fhe feeling piedommai ing that the "'inters are too 'severe, and the ravages of are too great to -make it a profitable one. It is'however, generally- conced-od: tl: apart from these drawbacks the1: si rounding countrj js ideal for the pi pose. The'pastm-Q lantl is excellen ttater 3s haiuh and the transpor tion facilities arc wonderfully goo besides 'which the government offering Innumerable inducements the man who starts In this line M Author V-ernon of Calgary bellev that he can make the and pay well. Indeed so strong convinced is Mr. Vernon of'the. pr jeer, that he has decided to bring 31 000 sheep from hig ranch at Helen to his range south of th. c v Mr Vernon Is of the opinion tha the climatic conditions of Alberta a vastly better for sheep raising tha many parts of the states where th thing is carried on extensively The climate here is ideal, he say? fcr the industry. This has been jiroi en before. Groat interest is centred loc.'iIJy ani indeed all over the province In th ami It is not golug too fa to say that if Mr. Vernon Alberta will be second Montana n no far future date in its reputation a: a sheep-raising country FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate r delivery 0. T. LATHROP Firm Lindi Stafford Block Parma Learn MR. HUMPHRIES STATES POSITION A WOMAN PROFESSOR Montreal, Jtins Carvii, derrick, who lias been appointed pro- 'essor oC morphological botntiy at Me- nil! university, enjoya the distinction of being the- first' woman to receive a nil professorship at., this or any other lanadiau university, Miss Derrick aL- ended Harvard university and held fellowship at Chicago university. In an interview the Herald had with Mr. A. B. Humphries on ths 12th inst.1, re his ultimatum to a woman of the restricted district, who appear- ed before -him, Mr. Humphries did not state that young men or minors had been supplied with liquor at bouses, but said; "It has come to my knowledge that young men, or boys, of between the apes of sixteen and tw-antv years, are allowed to visit ths bouaea of Ill-fame In the restricted area. The next case brought before me, of a landlady of one of these houses selling liquor without a H- cmiso, and .it can be proven to my satisfaction that she allows young Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS comes to the man who sees through the present into the future. for gale. Will sell from 160 acres up. Price J10.00 per acre. Terms, per acre cash, per annum at 6 per cent. Wo: furnish you with s.urveys field notes of every quartei section, gnen by Gore McGregor, Government land' surveyors, .Victoria, B. .C. Our land IB personally selected acreage, and our price at the present time is quitn a little below any other company, handling t i large bodies of land in that vicinity The fact that have sold acres at retail on government reports arid government surveyors soil notes, demonstrates the demand :Ior. this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-fi Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs Notice To Homesteaders BY T. H. STAGG A Homesteader 'Write and Int me know how much lumber want If we can get from teet to feet together, it will save us Room 1-6, Johnson Block, 323-oth SL GQOD INVESTMENTS 4 corner lott, on 3rd Ave South, ISOO cash, balance in '4, S and 1 ZnionthE. 2 lots Avenue 3 lots, 2 blocks from new'post office site. 11100.00 each. Good terms Halt section three and one-nail miles trora townsite, on Wej- burn line, only ?12.50 per at.least under market value. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, ALBERTA BLOCK An Exceptional Offer 5 roomed cottage on 15th St. South, only cash, balance to suit purchaser, Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. Capital 10 D. L. KIM BALL, Manager to frequent .her house, T wll nd to gaol without the option of a GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. nnd MTB. Jacob Clemens, oi :lhnm, liave celebrated (heir golden tfcling GOES TO KINGSTON .F, Kelly, principal of a Peter- oro school, has lieon appointed aci- nco teacher at Kingston Collegiate. ago and failed to write. Improved Farm 620 Acres, to miles from Lethbridge, 1 mile from Wilson Siding 330 acres in barley. Price MO.OO. Good terms. W. McD TAIT Raymond, Alta. Exclusive Listing Six room fully modsrn houie on 7th Avenue, eiiy termi FOR QUICK HALE Two corner .lots, Block 12S, facing sonth on London Koad, Easy terms HOUSES 70 RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;