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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1, 19.12 E LETirmmwK DAILY HERALD Pace 5 A wonderful oiiporliinU.v generation ol' lifetimes just been thrown open to ihe public, starting- the sale of cHy properly in POET MAATX. Ymi have an equal opportunity all others to business or residential properly if yon buy NOW. Think what the completion ol: the C.X.E. and the opening of the Panama Canal will mean to values in MAXX. Thousands of men and teams are pushing- the completion of the N. K. The Panama Canal is rapidly Hearing- the time when the shipping- of the world will take that -iHite connect ing1 all Canada with more than one half of the world. Tin-: NEW PACIFIC COAST..FKEKiHT TKEMIXUK F THE CANADIAN KOETOEUX KAILWAY ORT ANN chance to in in beginning of a great Never again Avill-tkciv he such a rhtuK'c to own your part of PORT Tlic hist spike is to be driven, in 1013 on the C. X. R. nnuiectiiig' Hie Atlantic and Pariiic. That is not i'ar off and when that time comes your'opportunity will be past. See our representative TODAY and get in, on the ground 'floor. We own or control the major portion of this model city. An excursion is being planned to'.leave Calgary Saturday evening, for Vancouver and Port Mann. A rate of fare and one-third has been procured. Arrange with-our Agents. PROPERTIES, Below the Market a few days only Sold in Pairs Lots 25 to Alexander Addition, each ...........5275 Lois 1 to 10, Block Alexander Addition, each Lota 4 to .28. Alexander Addition, each............. Lots C io 10, Block L'S. Alexander Addition, cacli Lot 1 (35 feet on corner) Block 28, Alexander Terms 1-4 cash; balance in 4. S, and 12 months at S per cent. LETHBRIDGE SHERLOCK BLOCK Pine eleven acre tract of Fruit, land adjoining the town- Bite of Kaleo, D. C., lightly timbered; four acres partly cleared. ?1.5CO. Four fine lots close to Hotel, How Island, best buy in the old townsite, no sub- division. Ill 5250 each. Three fine' lots also large corner, McCiilloch Addition, Kipp, JW each. Corners SI 75.00, close to new hold. New five roomed cottngo close to hotel, lot 25 25, 5900.00. One tine 50 foot business lot, also two good res- idential lots, ?200 each. Pin- cher City. All or any of the above on small cash payment and easy W. J. Williaml OWNER 12I2-6IH S. Lethbrldgo New Bernes Coal Miii3 Lump, Mine Kun o.r Screenings, by the ton. or carload lots, 1475. C, O. O. NOW Is the time to INVEST List Your Leth- briclsre and Bow O Island Property with us TheE. C. Ludtke Land Co. MONEY TO LOAN Farm Lands a Specialty; Insurance, General Brokers ISLAND, ALBERTA. Martin's Baggage. Transfer Flax Seed FOR SALE ALSO Being Flax Screen- ing's W. R. Dobbin Sherlock Block. COMMISSION DEMANDS INFORMA- TION AS TO FACILITIES FOR HANDLING GRAIN Toronto, April Railway 1 Commission lias settl-ed with the sev- en-year-old grievance of the Domin- ion Millers' association, in regard, to wheat at the head of the lakes. D'Arcy Scott, acting as chair- m.'in in the place of Judge Mabee, who wa-j operated on this morniiij for gave His decision af- 'ter hearing C. 0. Watts, secretary of j the association, and the representa- tives of the railways present their cases. "In regard to the general lack of i facilities and th-a car said j Mr. Scott, "notice has been sent to j the railway companies to furnish us with full particulars as to their mo- tive power .and what arrangements they are making for handling this year's crop. When lliese reports arc in wo can deal with this question. As for the embargo, we will ask the Tail-j way companies to show why and when ail embargo is put iu force long-, er than a certain time, say two or j Iliree days, they should notify us niKl give explanation of reasons. As for the question of preference shown to the export trade ;md oilier points, the new grain commission 1ms not form-1 ulatcd ite ruies and resuhiUonss, We will see what they arc going to do, as ihc work of the two .hoards is rath- er intur-rplattul, Mr. Watt can assured that either the Grain or Rail- way C'oimnission will settle these j W. Realtie, solicitor for the C. P. It., in replying to .Mr. Watts' objections, as to lack of facilHit-j, made- an inter- esting and important statement, show- ing the elaborate thu rail roads are making ihis year to handle (be western grain crop. Two hundred and fifly now engines have been c.v- tU-red. nnd box cars. The brid- ges along the north shore -division nit; all being strengthened, ao as to be able to carry the powerful new cnf-lnc-.; and engineer.! going over dis- trict, to find out. what sections can be double-tracked, and whore sidings atid other can bo added, and new file valor? arc being built. M'-. IkTUiic contended that, the C. K. to liandlo the traffic of the 0. It. nnd the 0. T. I'., owing to lines not lifting eomiileted. and nouvliliatamliiu, thin and tin; fact tliar wcitthor wsis Kte-adily rold, liidiilScd :i m'lm'wJtiiiFlv twv.l vo'- nine of over Un1 yi-iir pi llo also Aiu'tjf.'iy inert-lined mini E BETTER PAID and ;gi ties., ers, contended C. there wag gojng'to'.fi'p'a nil the additional sid'jji- thai was built was a and a l.aK at. Sudbnry, and TOWN HAS 420 two miles and a half between that DEDICATION OF A NEW ENG- point nnd Fore William. LISH CHURCH How Inland, April E. A. Colp took.the city census last week and found our population to be 420. Me. Shearif has bean engaged at the City Tonsorial Parlors nnd has built a neat iTSitU'iieu on Bow Ave. T-Jonl-rcal, May l.-A large and in- Mr. -Jamieson returned last wrek ilneatial committee has been formed Iron; an extended visit to H. and for the purpose of raising found thai IK; had l.cen elected a city for a permanent Fund lor the diocese councillor during iiis absence, of Montreal. A circular is about iu: ;imi family wiil occupy he issued which will say tne ]-rllCc residence for the summer. "To secure the light men, the A spcdal or church must al least provide them a cj[ jn living subsislomr and the synod has 3n} {Q somc o[ obtaining water, as the contract with Hie C.P.R. expires this month. It was (Ict-ided 1o drill from 100 to 150 ft. in the public park site. The dedication of llic Sunnyvale Will be in Lethbrklge at tbe Farmers' JFeol barn, 3rd St., Letlibridge on Wednesday, May 1 with car of No. 1 heavy draft 'horses, Entire lot sound, well and from 3 io 8, and weighing from 1300 to 1000 pouEds. ade Crawford aimed lo juy ihu followiuy .scale oi salaries, meagre enongli "Deacons S7UO a year priests un- der ten years in orders a year priests ovci- ir-n years in orders Kuiuls arc not sufiicient even for these salaries and the most we have chnrcli was held April 2-1 done so far is SB50, and S850, Kcv. Canon Mowatt, of C'ardsLon j and without more mo--.- we shall he Kcv. Henderson, of Clarcsholm Rev. j compelled r> liacli to the wrecthed Cripps, of Bow Island, and Messrs.: scale of fCOP-.'STOO and in force Morgan and j livinr- cost a third, less limn were in attendance. Tntf'W. A. of j 'Sunnyvale served a bountiful and de.-j Hcions supper, after which they held a short special meeting ami cli-uiwi officers for the ioilowint; year. A ves- try mrctint: followed ami ofliec-Js wero j ciect oil ami n report of Urn financial j eoitdiiion ol tiie church invcn. Then followed a very imprf'aKiK1 'Ic.iication Fast! AFTER TffiG GiN PILLS N.S. "I'or twenty years, I liavc been troubled ivith Kidney nnd Bladder Trouble, :uul liavc been by many doctors but found'little relief. Iliad given up nil hope: of getting cured I tried Gin Tills. Now, 1 can savMYilh n liappy Jirart, that I am curetl aftui using four buxcs of O7N I'1. think of it! Foiir bo-res of Oitt Tiiis cured .Vr. lie had Neninrni cnmrs tuiicrcd for fv.-cnly years and he had front Ki.'iown.'i, li. been by doctors, too, It is just ju iriich c-iscs as his, whicii prove tiie of Ciin Pills to cure Kidney jind nUnIdcr Trouble, Burning Trine, or Incontinence of ths T'rinc, Kliciiiiiatism, Sciatica an-J Try Gin pills on our ito'iitivc j'uai.'iutce of a euro or your ha'.-U. Stic, a 6 for Saiii'.io i'tco if N'atlaiial t'; Co. oi Cauadu, Limited, A P Toronto. 93 Kcv. M. Writihf held ;i scrviee ai, I lit1 Presbyic-rian cluirch Sundav for ninnltrrs 01 the I.O.O.F. and tiie (.Jolde.n Link (Ketickah) Uidsc. llenlnian. the new In' of tlifi I'n-sliyUiriJin -ou, Mnstrr Tinntld, u couple of and Mrs. mid Miss Ili'i'dnnn follcivrnl iator. !irv.' hi.- rapidly 1 l.iirklmrilt rot nini will nmiiP al Illiill Slliiitinli Ui tllC tnu-tl- j j iinil A. S. KIlsv.Mr'.li vis- I .cUihridjx in.'nlly. Mr. ucnl as n J ptutiiiil suit. Mr. ited f Only thirteen Tuahope Fisli Wagons left. We will clear these out at Cost. McLaughlin Rigs. Our slock of llieso fine vehicles is also being reduced. hiivo every style i'roui a lload Cart to Liu; llighcsl; Olnss tStauliope.. Seed wlieat, onls, barley and flax for salo Cellar Space for on application ;