Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, .Time THE HERAT.P MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. 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. FOR SALE On straight Crop, Payment Plan, 480 acres, 1 1-2 from Switch, 4 miles northeast ol CMn, good dirt, W. 1-2 of 11-11-11. 380 meres partially improved. You win have to hurry, O. T. LATHROP WHITNEV.fLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. FOB SALE The 8 roomed iuJly modern house, facing east and known as So. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY MfURANCI UETH1HIDQE BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing north on JleTCay St, only one block from Westminster Boad, each, 2 lots facing east in Block 148, each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE Ml SAY, MR. FARMER! We have the choicest half section' in the Chin District and will sell at 126.00 on terms or 123.50 all cash. Best buy- In tbst district. Acre lot. on Westminster Rrt., easy terms The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771 JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 UK-ACRE GAKDEN TRACTS. I 3Q-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 401-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. Irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts, and guarantee them PERFECT.'.We are the first buyers of Irri galed lawt to subdivide and our'prices are 13000 cheaper lhan others ol like quality and locution We mske terms to suit, it j ou Intend to Improte the properlj We also a nice I 2 aire with cottage and chicken sheds located in the city limits, cheap and on ao> term MAXWELL HELGERSON Block, Lethbridge Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpatk Price Terms ASQUITH UNDSEY Rwl md FiBMKitl Broken Offk. 307 6th Street 1183 P I N C H E R C I T Y After have in- tlic best jcal estate proposi- tions 011 the market (Pinclier City not, included) we would like for you to in- vestigate Pinohor City. [t is located in a district never had a crop failure. This, is a vciy impfiitdnt, point, -nell worth considering from nn stand- point. The future of the new towns in the untriccl dislricis hinges 011 Ihe "TF" the dis- tricts tributary satisfactory from an agricultur- al stand point Ihe towns ill grow and the propel ty will achance in no, The-Pincher Divtrict haa been tried.! and hat proved to be ont of tht belt farming Dla- trlcU, In Alberta. What the district haa done in the paat it it renaonable to expect -it to repeat In the future. Following this line of -toning Pincher City to grow rapidly, and Pineher City property la aure to ad- vance in value. A amall investment in Pinch: er Cjty now will give you big returns in the near future. For maps, prices, terms and full particulars, .apply H, GALVIN CGiM IN MEXICO Magrath Man tells of great Opportunities m that Country Magrath, June 31.r--Jaincs Kvans re turned Irom Mexico, the other day after an absence of..' almost, twelvi months, (luring' which time lie tin: purchased a large tract uf land ii the southern republic, anil raised ,1 bunvpcr crop of com anil sugar can ou his- newly, acquiti-d properly. Mr is well pleased u-jl.li his pur chase and expects to .return iu the course of the next month He has now several huhdrcd .tups growing niceh It maj bo ouhd in diinost eu'ij stage ol it growth, Irom the first shoots to the tall corn in-the' tassle." Speaking to your representative Mr. Evans said "Mexico is a country. It is just beginning to realise its place among nations as one of Iho wealth- iest, both in minerals am, agriculture This potential resources are inesUnv Now that has taken over the reigns of government a new era dawns on the down-trodden re- public. Diaz was a good was -in powur too long. lie did great deal toward-the uplift of the nation ant! people, Madero will doubt less continue in- fhcMootstcps of the deposed president.. ...If he does Mexi- co will soon become a power in the political and business world. At the ;ircscnt time the people are very poor and ignorant. The land is con- trolled to a-sreat-eiitent.by the weal thy, of people the street, from palaces 'the _de- 1 J novel U JVhere J anj located there is one of the richest'farming districts'on the American continent I am on1) milci'frorn haglc ?Pass, Trx- is, and a splendid, steel bridge spans the Rio Grande River. The govern- the land'and sells it for 'orty dollars per acre. H is already ditched for irrigation purposes, the water foi which conjeS irom three "springs, locaikd in the inuun- ,ains. ,is an water supply, liml one nu> running on his all the time 'Ihe government is n.aUng great con- cessions lo get lo locate in fluty on farm machinery been eliminated mak- ing it possible to get implements just as chcdplj as. m the Stalts Laboi can he gotten for Jiom to dftv cents 'per dar Xrnrlican monej There is an excellent market for ev- erything a person can raise. Ifc is a remarkahle fact that Mexico is inir [iwtting hei of fresh radishes, turnips, parsnips, etc irom Portu- gal and Sp.nn, notwithstanding that1 same be'raiseilj more clieaph iiRht in their own umntrv YVIi'1 fhe jwople uant is r i.cation am! industrial are niosf investments Mexico :and Central America, and is pleasing to see (ha.t Canadians a westing then capital in that con trv of Ihe future." In conclusion, Mr. Evans reranrki that he. was glad to get back ont more io Sunny Alberta again whei he could get, a ..breath of cool air. I- was pleased to sccrthe condition i the uops .ire Ur iliuid tluise in the states through which I: travelled on bis .way from Mexico. A LAIDLAW'S FINE COAL PROPERTY The Northern Coal Syn- dicate is financed by Spokane Coal Baron June there never, is any thing certain ab- out what Is under the ground, I look upon this as a good gamble, and 1 do not think any one will lose bis mon oy on It.' Andrew Laidlaw, known through- out the American and Canadian North west as the "Spokane Coal emphasled. the foregoing in dlscusi- Money tp Loan on improved Farms 1 2'lot? 'r .8 lots on water, Duff tAddition, eacli. cash jl 3 jgpur track lotfr, W. M. HarriS Dominion1 Block JHre Insurance Phona 1307 Ing Coal Syndicate. The Northern whose issue of stock In l.OOii shares, Is being underwritten by tho Canadian-American Securities' Co., at Boston, was financed by Mr. Laidlaw, and he has every confidence in the success of the -enterprise, formed for the purpose of locating and develop- nj; coal landa in the Pine River Paso country in the Peace Stiver district In i as-I it a .Mr. Laidlaw continued, "1 do not thlnk.lherc Is even the ordin- ary chance'to lose, as one good pro- perty will net more than the entiro capita! of the syndicate; while, 1C 'rank Vllleneuve Is anywhere nearly aa successful as he has been in the >agt, and as we have every reason to he will be In .the the lolders .will receive ;returns of from to .for every dollar invested. We should acquire ten to'twelve pro- perties. Frank Villeneiive discovered Wie w famous .Jasper collieries on he main lines of the Grand Trunk nd the Canadian Northern, west of; Edmonton, Alta., ID IftOS, anrt conceded to'-'be the 'moat .expert- :ed and best informed coal opera- 6r in the Dominion of Canada. He vent into the Peace River with'G. Lammoreai in in 1910, when LIFTED ROOF OFF CHURCH LET1IBKIDGE Phone Congregation Drenched During Ser vice But No One Was injured Toronto, June of the lat arrivals at the Anglican Synod, Ui Kev. N. Blodgctt; of Adjala, Simco county, brougt word of the partia destruction of his church in a storm last 'Sunday "I was .lust finishing my said Mr. Blodgett, the skj darkened, and the itorm began, l come. up. There were guile a. fm children in the church, and I address ed myself to them few minutes I ssured them that the storm woult be over ifl a little while, and told then' not to be alarmed. Scarcely had l spoken when a great gale of wim came and lifted the entire roof com pletely off the church. Then the rain came down on ua. It soaked the congregation. soaked the organ anrt the carpels, and destroyed com pletly five hundred worth of ttirntnings and decorations thai had been put In only last fall. .There was no panic in tiie church, and no one was injured." OTTAWA 10YS WILL MEET KING Ixindpn, June Majesty King George has intimated his desire to re- celve at Buckingham Palace on Sat- urday, the Canadian whose feat a at the Interntiloni! Horse Show have excited so much interest. There are Lieut. Winfleld B. Slflon, Lieut. John W. SIfton, Jr., and Lieut. Henry Bate. grade bituminous coal, showing 68 per cent, fixed similar to that de veloped at Jasper Park and the Crow's Nest The two locators, accompanied by N. Guinett, .started, on... the present5 prospecting f'our last Pebruarj with instructions to -locate all the. good coal land in ih.e key sections tribu- tary M the Pine River Pass country, The foregoing' paragraph embodies the secret of Mr. Lnidlaw's success as locator of coal properties.In virgin' fields. He been first on; Lhe and sound judgt ment, and intimate knowledge of tho: of.hard work he has amassed a fortune. The fact that: hfs expert? wore first in the Pine Ri7 er Pass .coiintry and found-what then' sought is another evidence of hie fore- and enterprise "Th.e people, of America have no rich, .resources of .tho Peace River Mr. Laidlaw eaid, in reply, to a queatlon. "A- few hundred miles north of Edmonton aro deposit's of aepbaltnm winch contain sufficient material to .pave every street on this continent, and there are also enormous 'beds of tar sands. A mofe recent discovery is a -bed of roch salt, 200 feet in depth, Rencountered of the.present supply, which' inns come from the fields In the Pine H Iv- or Pass region, It 'may be of interest to many to know there are between acres of fine agriculture lands In the Peace River country They are adapted for wheat and other farm, products, the being from three to foiVr weeks earlier than the southern Alberta on acount 0 ihe chlnook winds from the Pacific. "As an illuBtration of the rapidity with which the districfis being set tied I might mention that an acqliain of the Northern lance reported meeting 165 teams In a single day going north from 'Edmon. Coal Syndicate, t0n Athabasca Landing. .There will 'be from to home build ers In there this year. There is no for speculators, as the ment demands that homesteaders- bo bona fide settlert." Laidlaw has lived In Spokane seven years' and Is identified with the various movements for the up building of the city and the tributary district. He Is a.member of the Spok- ane Chamber of Commerce, and a trustee of the National Apple Show, Inc., and la connected .with .several clubs. He Is an authority and Judge of fine horgefleah, and his liable equal in m-estertucoun- try. His .hobby riding his. twddla' liorie. The Laidlaw entries have car- ried off the premier ribbons, at the rioug shows in, the North went- dur- ing the last, ten years. As a doer of things he works from eight to ten hours a day at hit office n the Columbia building, and is nev- er idle when on inspection trips to his various properties. -He la frank and in discussing his af- 'airs In which the inventing public Is- ntereated and as a result his Is an good as his bond Though an op- timibt In the beet sense of the termj has ever been ultra-conservative n bis statements regarding prospects, and producing properties, with the re suit (hut actual profits-were'realized by those Joining In the various enter- prises than were figured out on pa- per. Mr Laidlaw has as his associates many men of prominence finan- cial and industrial circles in the Un- ited States and Canada HP Is Identi fied. in these capacities with the folBobth. Speaking of faith .iu God. the fountains will ti Introdnced on trains on ihe shorter runs. Hawkey, aged 14. e that when his nc toah gotiaUntf or a site for thpir chappl at the site had a huge forlltica tion mound on it The ownerb would not remove the building1 there impossible, -but', tho Lord told him to purchase the, site. They dirt so, trusting in pod, and one morning they found the mound had disappeared, This, and other experiences or similar kind, roused tho gathering (.o a state- of ecstncy, manlfeste'd by. weeping and singing Then Pastor Friemel loltU them of 8 vision which he stated he hud, just, had. He said he saw the heavens open and an angel of God breathed on earth. If, looked like a imal) cloud, and then it shed brilliant" rays on them. He naked God what It-meant, and Mc replied, "I have now given the order that a heavenly messenger ts: to come down to have open hearts, heavenly raya them. Mj children who I will pour My Gco. C. PortequB, a yoiing Scotch nun, commlttwl suicide at Wtnnipcf, A bahy awakened' If. Orme, of Ingeraoll, InJIme to allow he family to escape from a fire, which broke out in drug store, f old, it dead at BEdduiph township. ciime to Canada In 1840 3 corner lots. Beautiful site, of Victoria Park THE Dowtiey-Mulbern Land Co. to The Lanel Ce.