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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letkbridge Daily Herald. Monday. .Tune 0 3 Discount Still On. regular District News PiiK'her Creek j Pincher C'redv, June mental examinations j V, and VI. are to be held here from Monday to Thursday next, the exam-! inations for Standard Vll to lake1 place at Maeleod from July 1th to Stii. Nineteen candidates from the.' Pinclier i'ror-k public school will ter the lists iu these A patriotic service of the Presby- terian Church Sunday school was held Sunday morning, the building be- ing specially decorated for the pur- pose. Rev. P, Graham, late of Mont- real, was the speaker on the occasion his subject being ;'The stranger with- in our gates." The boys' cadet corps wcro in attendance. Special musit- was rendered'by the choir. The col- lection was in behalf of tin- Moral and Social Hcform League. There was a" crowded attendance- at the service, two features of which was the render- ing of solos by Miss Cumberland and Mr. H. Henderson. W. 0. James, who has been rector of St. John's ehurh here for ttissaka MONEY SAVER THE AND Service Lethbridge Cafe AKE Conducive to Lettibridp Furniture DDDOslte fire Hal! UK-' past tUrc-e years, preached his linal sermon on Sunday night and leaves for 'Vancouver 011 Mouday niglit. On aci.'ount of continued ill- ness, Kev. tit'O. Uoweroft, lale of High Kiver, will not be able to as- suiuo the duties of .rector here. Si, day was observ- ed at Mountain Mill on l-'ridav last. picnic was held at lleauvai's Lake, where boating, lisiuiig and games were iiiiUiigcJ in. The day's enjoyment wound up with a diuu-e at Paul Tni- dcl's place, which was largely 'at- tended, seveial from this town driv- ing out to it. There was a good turn out to the bull at Kishburu on Friday night in aid of the hospital here. An exceed- ingly time was enjoyed by all in attendance, the music and refresh- ments being of an up-to-date order. About was cleared, which will go to the Hospital fund. The. iMncher Creek squadron return- ed from Calgary Saturday night, all looking, well .taunea ami .healthy. It is something to their credit to say that out, of 17 athletic events which took place at the camp our boys won 15 of them. We understand F. Lindsay, onu of our jewellers, is selling out his business and removing' to Montana. A U.F.A. picnic- is to be held at Summer view on -July 1st. As per aimounce-ment in the Pres- byterian 'church Sunday, the present wot'Sv is laid aside as a special 01 prayer for raiu in the by thai dt-iiomination. Special exhortations to that effect were, made here. D. McDougall, from Eastern On- tario, is on a sight-seeing trip through the West and visited an old friend in.the editor of the Echo- Of all the- Western parts he has been in Mr.'McDougali''thinks most- ot South- ern Alberta, and may induce a num- ber of acquaintances in the east to settle here on his return. Miss May M. Baldwin, formerly of Hanlan, Man., has been engaged as teacher by the Twin Butte trustees. U'm. Huddleston was the newly elect- ed trustee at the recent election to fill a vacancy. John Krematch has purchased the Casondlo quarter 12-C-2S_ in the Spring Ridge district. A .U-am of oxen hitched to a con- veyance was seen driving through our streets on one or evenings last week. The parade was made for the .novelty of i fie thing than anything FORTUNES TO BE MADE IN LEAD GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THE MAN WITH SMALL ISSUE OF STOCK BEING RAPIDLY TAKEN UP Farmers are hoping that the pres- ent hot spell will be followed bv rain. In the world today, an unlimited market ex- ists for lead and the by-products. Every day it is becoming "more scarce and the Geological Depart- ment record but few discoveries. Lead is as essential to the welfare of com- merce and industry as is coal, wood or stone. The price of lead is steadily increasing and yet the demand exceeds the supply. From these facts, is it not reasonable to ex- pect that the six claims, including the famous Highland Mine, literally a mountain of lead ore. owned and operated by the Kootenay Silver-Lead Mines, Limited, should produce great quantities of ore and from economical treatment of same produce 3 revenue providing enormous dividends or the shareholders. No man has ever become rich through savings rom manual labour or the profits from a small commercial enterprise, most of the wealthy men today having amassed their fortunes through development of natural resources. By taking up a blcck of 300 or 400 shares in the Kootenay Silver-Lead Mines today ?t the opening price of 25c you have sn opportunity tc become wealthy in a short space of time. This stock is being rapidly taken up and from the pres- ent indications will be fully subscribed before the end of the week. Tuber Taber, June stork made another call at the home of Geo. Gor- ham on Wednesday, June 15th, since when George is trying to keep two new babies from crying. That makes seventeen of a family. Who said Tab- er was not growing Mr. Knight's drilling engine arriv- ed yesterday, and is bciag unloaded to-day. He predicts that in two months Taber will have enough gas to put a new tail on the comet and give Lethbridge all they need.besides. Last night Winnifred brought- in. an aggregation of baseball players from every town between there and the Hat, and played a punk match. The score was 12-13 in favor of Taber, but neither team had anything lo writo home about, Mr. and Mrs. Russell and daughter, of Wenatehee, Wash., are spending a day with W. S. Russell of the Pio- neer Lumber Co. Mr. Russell is lur- ing on the Flyer to-night with his family to visit his native home in j County 01 Down, Ireland. He expects to be gone.three months. You can be sure of doubling your money with- in 60 days, as stock by that time will have jumped to 50c or 60c. One good .investment is worth a lifetime of worry. The Company is officered by men of firm de- termination, men of fixed purpose, men who do things. Your interests'in their hands 'will be carefully guarded, and" the very fact, that they give their names and lend their assistance on the Board of Management in a great measure guar- antees, this proposition and assures you of its stability and success. This property is situated on the Kootenay Lake, 28 miles from Nelson and comprises ap- proximately 230 acres. In the year 1904 the famous Highland Mine alone shipped a greater quantity of lead ore, than any other lead mine in Canada. For the last 15 years the original owners have expended large sums of money in the workings, mills and mining equipment-and as a result the Kootenay Silver-, Lead Mines, Ltd., great amount of rich Silver-Lead Ore and one of the most up-to-date mills and economically equipped mines in the country. There are over 500 tons of ore in the bin's "at the mine. Over feet of permanent workings have been established, exposing tons of ore. The ore from this property, inclusive of Gov- ernment bonus, is worth 537 per ton. The Company enjoys most excellent transpcr. tation facilities, since the mine is located right on- the water's edge of the Kootenay Lake, steamers can load on the Company's wharf. The Company has a contract with the trans- portation company, whereby the ot'e is to be ship- ped from the mill to the smelter at Trail, B. C., for the low cost of por ton. There 5s ample timber on the Company's pro- perty for many years to come. The Company controls a water power of to 4.000 miner's inches, with a fall of 700 feet, ca- pable of developing from. to horse power. Considerable revenue may be derived from such power, since the Company will not require more tharCone-tenth-of same. The British Government paid the famous Highland Mine in one year the amount of as bounties. i The received from the sale of shares is for. the purpose of increasing the capacity of the mili, in carrying on further development work, Vereby making it possible to turn out and ship U.rf_er ui'antity of ore per day. Svo'ck may be -HI-ceased in blocks of not less than 100 shares. On an all cash basis with appli- cation, certificate will be issued immediately. If.on terms, remit 15c per share cash with ap- plication, the remainder in two equal monthly pay- ments.. Remember that these shares are non-assess- able and that the company is a limited corporation. Direct your application and make cheques and drafts payable to the order of D. G. Munro Trustee for the Company. The Kootenay Silver-Lead Mines LIMITED No Sale Necessary Quality Talks e arc able to show our good a display of D. O.'ROBLIN, TORONTO, SOLE CANADIAN AGENT. bfc as can bo seen anywhere in Southern Alberta. Our system is to stock only the very best and in consequence only buy from the best manufacturers. DECISION RESERVED The case of Thomas .1-1. Campbell, charged with obtaining money by prvtcnsi.-s from William L. John- ston in 1908 by selling land which he could not deliver, is being heard to- day at the police court. The evidence of Johnston and of Louis C. Sales has been taken and the prosecution closed. Reginald Stewart, barrister of Calgary, moved for the case to be dismissed, as thn evidence clearly proved that Campbell was merely acting as an employee of the Stand- ard Cn. W. C. Simmons, [or complainant, argued that a prima facie case had been made out. Magis- trate Macdoiigal reserved his decision until 7.30 this evening. NOTICE THIS Having taken over the Chef Cafe it is my intention to make the service second to none. A trial convince you. J. W. COULTER, Prop. CARD OF THANKS Gus N'iedig, on behalf of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias, to thank tue different business men of the city who assisted in mak- ing the decorating of the city so suc- cessful last Tveek on the occasion of the Grand Ixxlge meeting. DEPTFORD CATTLE MARKET London, June Deptford 2.202 cattle were landed. 75 :from the United States, 881 Canadian via the United 1246 from Canada directly, fiio killed down prior to sale. SIS Canadian owing to increased supplies averaged about 3--1, 3-4, 77 Canadian withheld from sale. FINLANDERS COMING London. June Canadian Associated Press learns that probably date an exodus of natives from Finland to Canada will take place. -The Canadian government.- it is understood, is prepared to afford them facilities to settle in the Hud- son's Bav region. WINNIPEG Winnipeg, June wheat closed 100; July opened OS 1-2, closed 100 3-S; October opened 93 34; closed 06 1-4. The closing cash markets were us follows: No, I Northern TOO 1-2; No. 2 North- ern No.- 3 Northern 94. No. 2 White Oats 3-4. No. 3 Barley 42 3-4. Flax 103. J. M. Glcndenning, M.P.P., Nan- ton, spent Sunday in the city. our dining room suitos or our splendid assort- mcnl of audbcdroom furniture? No! Well cnll nnd sec us-now. ii JSIiow Rooms 324.-CraUl) St. Phono 483 J H EXCELSIOR CAFE pj OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTER SITORT.OJRDERS. A SPECIALTY BAKING ICE CREAM AFTERNOON TEAS 'Special In riches and dinners served at men! hours. Give iis :i trial. Quick service. THE 4 and dancers; in their musical playlet entitled ehievons Bob." THE sketch artists. Fcctllisrh Clnss Motion PRICES i ;