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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, H.EKATvlf Plge 3 MEDICINE HAT f If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at pur office and. let us show you maps, blue prints, City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Go. J. R. Anderson, Manager r Look This Up Lots in Block 23, Duff .-Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, each V. GIBBONS CO. FOR SALE O.TVLATHROP WHITNEY BLOCk, FOB HALE The 8 roomed fully inodmi house, facing cast and known as No. 508 Westminster lid., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE PHONE 536 ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. Centrally Located Business Property v REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (RedpatK Price Terms ASQUITH UNDSEY RM! Eitmte and Financial Broken Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 Qtt Slick On straight Crop Payment Plan, 480 acres, 1-2 miles from Nelclpath Switch, 4 miles northeast of Chin, good dirt, 1-2 of 12-12-21. partially improved. You will have to hurry. LETHBRIDOE. BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots fucing north on McTvay St., 'only o'ne block from Westminster lioad. each. lots facing east in Block J48, each. Nortk Lethtmdge Realty Co. SAY, MR. FARMER! We .have-the choicest half section in the Chin District and will .sell at 126.00 on terms or J23.50 allcash. Best in that district. 'Acre lot on Westminster Rd., ?SOO, easy termt. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all Irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts, and we guarantee them PERFECT. We arc the first huyers of. irri- gated land to sub-divide nnii our prices are 130.00 cheaper than others of jlke quality and location. We make terms to suit, if you intend to improve the property. We also'own a nice 1-2 acre with cottage'tnd chicken located in the city limits, cheap and .on any ttrrnn. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge P I N C H E R C I T Y litei A on in- the best iCiil estate proposi- tions on the inaikct (Pinchei City not included) like loi on to m- Af-hgale Piiiclici City It is locatejl in n dsstuct AX Inoh li.is ncACi 1 1 A (I a ciop Inihuc This is a point, coiihidpiuig liom an imcsit I's stand- point Tlio lutiue oJ tlic new m Ihonnlucd dibtnols lunges OH Ilio dis- incts tnliutaiy punc satiiftictoiv I lorn an cigiicultui- al stand point the will giow and the piopcily in val- ue. The Pincher Dlstr ct Hal been tried and has proved to be one of the farming tricti in Alberta. What the district has done in the past it reasonable to expect it to repeat in the future. Following this line ef soning Pincher City is bound to grow rapidly and Pincher City property is sure to ad vance In value. A small investment In Pinch- er City now will give you-big returns in the.rhear future. For maps, prices, terms and fuM apply H, GALViN COMPANY Ott Block, LKTIIIUUDCiE 1425. DAMMlNiG TO REPLACE THE DREDGING OF ST. LAWRENCE Norwegian Expert Suggests Novel Method of Improving National Water Route-Pay as You Enter Cars for China (From' Our Own Correspondent.) Montreal, June scientific dlicutilon, which 1ms been waxing warm of late, as to whether it would be jtossiblc to mako the SI. Lawrence river an all tile year round navigable stream, was given a new fillip this jweck, when pr..plfe'ar Manhelm, con- suiting engineer ,011 rivers and iiar- hors to the Norwegian government, who is finishing a tour of investiga- tion of the principal waterways of I this continent, suggested thai it inlght be more practicable to pay more at- 1 tention to summer conditions on Can- great river than wasting time theorizing about what might be done Jin winter. I The discussion was 'originally start- led when a report to the government by Dr. Howard T. Barnes, professor of physics at McGill university, and world famous as an. ice expert, was 'made public Dr Birnes siid win ter navigation: on "the St. Lawrence was quite possible. Engineers, river 'men and othera split on his opinion. I Some stood with, him, some against. Then Dr Manhetm came along and I turned the public mind to summer navigation null a bun ncu theori Dr. Manheim'believes that millions 'now spent in dredging maj be s-ued and that the later period in the autumn mat be entiieh eliminated I do knon whether it has ev .en been in this countn he said but I tint legnla lion or conservation of the niter would solie the problem far moie cheapli and lastmglj thin b) dreclg I was in Coinwill 1 took a little motor boat and went up to the foot of the Long Sault rapids where I understand, it is proposed to dam the St. Lawrence for the pur- pose of providing watci power to the towns on the Cinadian ind Amen can prouosi tion ann_pne 1 think Bhich might be followed all along the St Ijwrence as fai as I do hot mean (hat the damming should be for vater power development hut far Ition The dim at long Suilt I be Vill imke that piil of the ill er Into a naUg.lole1 streim in btcart of the dingerous it now is. H will not divert any water from the mer but will hold H 'lack and thus regulate the depth for miles to the westward. time will come when similar works will be required at other points on the St. Lawronce; that Is to say, regulating dams will have to foe1 biiilt to' conserve the water and maintain a high'enough level navigation of large vessels. Chlntfe Ride Canadian Fnhion The progress of the N'cw World-is .c'etlng into the darkest part of dark old on the .wings of Hi' wind, but on the wheels of a modern Invention. The Chinese .are nothing If not up to date" these days. Ten years ago a street car would have been quite taboo In the Celestial Em- pire. Today the Chinese have not only adopted thorn, but are demand- ing ..very -best and latest models of the pay-as-yon-enter type. These cars, strictly Canadian, for it was in Montreal that they were invented and first tried out, have been the one great apectacular success in city trans portatlon since electricity, has been used.. Montreal alone adopted .them for some time. Then Chicago, Now York, Cincinnati, Toronto, hi fact cit- ies and towns all over the continent saw their, value and took them .up. The three strong points in favor of these cars are the'Closer collections of fares it is possible to make, the. Increased receipts per car hour, and a most astonishing decrease in the number Of accidents. It may well ba said that China Is waking up. From Coait to Coast Mr. Charles M.' Hayes has complet- ed his annual coast to coast inspec- tion trip of the construction and main- tained way of .the Grand Trunk Pac- ific, and return's to headquarters at Montreal hoping that the first thro ugh Ham on Canada s third tians continental will steam into Prince Ru pert year from now. He al so says'that the Pacific terminus of the road has doubled its population in the last six months, and that the municipal authorities are looking for a towrn of inhabitants. Such is the faith of the Bank of Montreal in the' future of the place that they have loaned the corporation-one milj lion dollars cold cash without security, to make.necessary improvements. The Grand Trunk is spending some thing like J" "CO 000 oil do docks ter- mimlb, car shops and foundries while capita! from other, .sources is also counted in tiie millions. The Prince Fjiipert Hydro-Electric Company Is commencing work on their water pow er Khtada river, under the direction 'of .Mr. H. F. Haywnrd, general ;-manager of West- ern Canada it-is expected that power will-be'turned into the city two ipare The1 Vcoein Ca nada Company's works are about com- pieted, and power will bo transmitted to-Vancouver next -month. 'Mr. Hay- ward will then devote his entire time to the Prince 'Rupert enterprise. The Western'.'Canada Company was start- ed in orecisely. the sanle manner as the Prince Rupert Company about a Money to Loan on Improved Farms 2 lots Block each, 'terms lots on wa''er> T 3 spur track lots, each W. M. Harris Dominion' Block Fire Insurance Phone 1367 year'and a half with the same master minds of Messrs. Cahan and Hayward, behlnd'both. Mr. Hayward expects to develop abv.ut fifteen thou- sand horse-power at 'first; of which has already been contracted for and may, 1( so require, deyelop_as high as The company owns.and controls all the, vater power within a radius of a hundred and thirty miles of the city, and as. power can only be transmitted satisfactorily ab- out ninety it Is evident that (heir's will 'be a long time to come: No money'was in acquiring the water, all the vendors agreeing to take, stock ju the new company, so that the proceeds of the >bond issue of the company may he used for development purposes on- ly. Hayward has a knack of devel- oping, power little bit more cheaply and efficiently than anybody elge, so that.it looks as though Princd Rupert will not have to step into..the class of most municipalities where high prices and .extravagance are the bugbears of corporate progressive, ness. His work with the Mexican Light and-Power Company, of which he was the chief engineer during .the entire construction, and with: the Western Canada, which he is Just fin- ishing, are proofs of this. He was as- sociated with Mr. Cahan In both en- terprises, in the former, Mr. Cahan be- ing resident director, and In Mexico for six years or more. We guarantee you June weather inside when it's January outside NO matter HOT cold and blustery the weather be outside, you will enjoy the warm, balmy air of June in your home this coming winter if you have the Sunshine furnace in-your cellar. The Sunshine furnace is so perfectly constructed it simply must heat your home to your entire satisfaction, 'if it fails to do so it is he- cause of some error in in- italtation. In such a case we will send one of our ex- pert furnace men who will discover the error and have it corrected. You are absolutely cer- tain of a comfortable home when you buy the Sunshine. It fuaranteid by us to you. v We have a competent agent in your locality. Con- sult him about size of furnace and arrangement of registers. ANGLICAN CHURCH CORONATION PICNIC Through the kindness and hospit.il- ilt of Scrgt J Harper and stible. White, of M P., n ost ciijojable picnic took place at Wriling-on-Stone on Coronation lime 23nll The picnic had been or- bv members of thr. Church of Tngla'nd