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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May THE LETHBPTBGE PAILT HERALD The Best Farm Proposition 1 on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond City-135 acres broken-- A 1 per acre cash--for this week only Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager PINCHER WANTS ELECTRIC POWER ;Why Pay Rent? When yott can buy North. Ward Lots, 25-ft. x- 137 ft. 6 in., on water line, at cash, monthly. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott tlock a 1280 acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from. fowin town. in ci'op.-'fl-S crop- included; 4 rnftes new- fencei water 16 feet; -one -to mice; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition." Price aad are right. W. KERR CO. 0. .VME. "a; -house and sewer for 11750, and for., The H, MACBETH AGENCY LOANS Propose to Generate it at South Fork Canyon Want Better Bridge Pinciver Creek, May Cham- ber, of-Comrnerce is following in the footsteps "bf: the defunct Board of Trade, inasmuch as it is recommend- ing for the consideration of the town council some matters the convenience of the community. A re- solution was passed that the council be asked to immediately investigate the'feasibility of securing; a site on the lower end of the south fork can- yon for the development of electrical power for the town of Pincher Creek. Another resolution requested the conn cil to look into the matter of the approaches to town at the west end, also the necessi ty of a suitable traf- fic bridge across the creek at the west end of town. While the last mentioned resolution was under discussion, Dr. Warnock was asked if it was within the range of possibility- to receive government VULCAN WANTS 1 GOOD HOTEL (Special to the Vulcan, May, new- ings are in progress this week, viz.: An office building for Ferris Ran- som, of Kan ton, aiK....office building, sheds, barns, etc., for the Crown Lumber Co., 'office and store room .'ror A. Shimp, real.estate loans-aiid musical instruments. At a'recent mWtiug of the Board of Trade a vote was taken as to whe- ther a 'hotel in Vulcan, i There were 21 votes cast, with 18 in j favor and 3 against, aftrr which the following resolution was adopted That we'assist a good hotel man'to [ley that Mr. Richardson proc'iVre'a; he put up j ing to coine.to Cardstori on private a suitable building, and after the li- cense'is granted, ,he run his place strictly in accordance with the law CARDST0NP? CONDITIONS IDEAL Tom Richardson Enter- tained at Luncheon Real Estate -Changes -School Board Meeting Cardston, May Through Alex. Nibley, of Portland. Oregon, of those ;by- the way, Card- ston is to have an address from Mr. Richardson, the. booster. M r. Wood .was. advised >Mr. Nib- was expect business, and if arrangements were; made, he would 'address, a meeting here. the president of- and the satisfaction of the Hoard !the Board of Trade. Mr. D. S. Beacli. i j was notified, and with his character- ,T ;istic prompcnessr.a banquet at 7 o'- Hunt, or River, i t 1 S" V clock p.m., to-be followed by a public real estate office on Vulcan wag ticket sold, Mr. Mitchell in cnarge, j Hew-ever. >Ir. Richardson -arrived last, busy these days, writing livening, ahead of the'expected insurance-and selling village so the plans were changed for a lun-J cheon at noon, .and public meeting) at two p.m. FORCED SALE Must.bs sold within-ten-days. Make us a ter section adjoining the townajte of Burdftttv Alte. pflfyr hundred, feet from Main St. C.P.R. big line to this property. 30 acres uyader cultivation; good hoyse and-4-wlrie fence on the property. Sub-divide 10 acres of this 1htovtorwn Ipts and It will sell for dollars. New store building, 74 feet frontage, 60 .feet deep, rented at per month, will rent for by September 1st, on one of best business corners in Bow Island, Alta. New pool room building 24 feet by 60 feet, rented at 425-.00 per month. This property is situated ou Broadway only one block from depot. Make us an ofier. Lot 7 in Block 18, choice business lot, listed with-us at Lots 8, 9 and 1C in Block 10, choicest residential site1 in Bow Island, listed at Get Rich Island will be the greatest natural gas-distributing centre In ihe world. 20 gas wells with a Slow, of. over one hundred million. :ubic feet, a day.' Buy Bow Island property right DOW for It irtll surely double in ,value before Sept. 1st. For full particulars and prices of property, -write. Hoaglm investment Co. SOW ISLAND, ALTA. Cardston aud its officials and citi- Johanson Earp arf now doinc; a assistance were the building of a sub-j flourishing -rea] est.ale business on stantial bridge undertaken.'In reply J ?iailwaVv This fifth zens will doubtless he in evidecce the doctor said he thought ofnce jn Vulcan Success iwith a big cro-wd'to greet the famous could be had from the source men-j tn j publicity expert. _ We- .have the country tioned. Much importance was attached to the that since Mr. G-ill left on j his trip to Europe no reliable reoj ords had been retained oi the rain; and snowfall in the district, but asj Mr. Gill is expected home shortly no j decisive action was taken in the mat- ter. Another subject of vital, import- ance to the members was then dis- cussed, namely, a- grant from the'j town council for general publicity purposes, which was finallr referred to their, all. Wanted--A gents' furnishing; estab- lishment at once. Write of the Trade; for particulars. WANT PASTOR TO RETURN to the legal committee for-immediate j investigation, the question of the Rev. T. P. Perry galitv of such action on the part the chair. the council having cropped up in the! discussion. The fourth board meeting of Coal- Methodist Church was last .with Rev. The entire board was the Chin and Ad- appointments. The stewards of SEVERE FOREST Adams, appointments J125 j collected, ol and parsonage committee WORLD NEWS John hockey Sim da v. Winchester, the well known player, died at on He was a: son of'Judge. :Wia- and all we, need is the publicity-. Real-Estate Some town been mov- ing this .It.Is'.reported that .Mr. Coombs, the nothing-ltke-ieather man, has disposed of his property in the west to Slr.-'T: C: Row-berry, and! night went into effect at Mont- has purchases the- fine. new home o'f real last Saturday, with a result D. E. Harris, Sn. [that the police cells had less than It -rumored that; Mr. Harrisj half their usual number of occupants Chester, of Toronto, and was married t about'a year ago. The early closing of bars on Satttr-'l in sell his b'tg.'wbeat '-farm -and' go in for fruit farming in the States. The whole community; will sincerely re- gret the departure of Mr. -Harris, who Is one of Cardston's; leadmg -farmers, and a citizen by (his enemies sincerely by; his friends. New, Plowing Outfit over The Anglicans will discuss the ject of'm-ixed marriage and the teinere decree at their diocesan meet- ing in Quebec. The bod-y of George Divoniie, -a. well to do Russian farmer at As-1 This Harker Broihers' have drew, Alta., was teuiid yesterday. loaded a 30-h.p. new engine, the 'He broke, through the 'ice first of its .kind- to-: be set to work in this On his -field just west t.0 find his iast November "and' air Efforts' th-e to-wn- "cemetery, E. Harker Are You Ambitious Do You Want to Money Please Over and Investigate Them 6 rcroaite-d .house aad shack. et (litit) oasli, assume a loam: of: 12-200 and its yours. Eevenue v and two lots on Argyle Avenue, --we's-ire asha-med to put the -price here. -Pool Hail, five tables and fully equipped, good outside town. will handle. Portable three stall garage j Life and North West Fire Insurance V Iverr Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank af Montreal. THE DAY OF. CHEAP LOTS WILL SOON BE PAST: BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO BUY: NOT THt LAST We a choice b.unch oi lots on Fifth and Sixth Avenues North, in the line of .the city's present and future growth, st the low price of each; terms to suit you. BUY'NOW. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACBONALO BLOCK, LETHBFUDGE, ALTA. The ....__ and have in sight the new -rig try-out Tl t tlle splsndid houseJon land all. tihe variety j stone.'hills and -gumbo in a half-j AM t'MS o Knl -i sjTretoh Herbert .Harked of.-.r. Magrath, who 238 collected, and a bal- ance of on hand. The Sunday school of -each appointment reported In various parts of Canada and the a. large increase in both and United -States-bad forest fires "are raging: From Prince Albert. Sask., a-: The: committee on" At Grand Kapids nre destroyed" tiie Hughes Block, The Kaiser box.f-actpry. at Still- water. Minn., was burned- vesterdaw with his-son- Herb., of Cardston, are i-oss tUe" other owners, will .proceed to the Harry Whitney and Robt. comes word that fires are threatening. jflmds reported that the; whole the mills at Big River and a special Cochrane iands where.'they] Bartlett, whe commanded Peary's expect to plow a .larger sum1 the '.have announced train was sent there -yesterday to' faring the people to Prince Albert. ment was met. On behalf of the Meth- odist Church, Mr. tendered a vote .of thanks 10 H- A. Suggett The forests'on the Porcupine Moun- tains in Northern IVtanitoba along the, Dauphin-Prince Albert branch of the arc burning fiercely, and all his .-kindness in donating to the SchooFBoard Meeting their intention of going to the Arc- tic to hunt up'Dr: Cook's records. immigran'ts were car-'! over...the 'C. P. "hurch the 3three choicest lots dale to be occupied by the parsonage and church. Mr. Suggett moved, and Mr. Davidson seconded the bridges between Bowsman and I the resolution to ask the station com- Barmis, a distance of sixty miles, to return Rev. are burned out. .'It is impossible ihem for next .the. peti- get details as the-telegraph all .tfi'e adher- ents' in the community was presented.. Mr.'Davidson and'Mr.- Haley were ap- are burned, and the wires down. The fire is worst around where pointed delegates in Meeting. 'The" meeting closed Mutchenbacker Bros.' mills are danger. In northwestern Minnesota, near Duluth, La Porte, Brainerd, Virgin- ia, Eleventh, Sturgeon Lake, Tacqn- its, Skeley, Benedict, Spooner arid Beaudett forest fires are reported to be hurning and destroying a great deal of property. Rains are badly needed to prevent iires that will par- allel those of last fall. In Maine, also, .fires are raging-and doing much damage. to the by tendering Rev. T. P. Perry, the appreciation of the Board for the aid he has given the circuit during the year' as chairman of- the district. There were present on Wednesday j last: s. Willows, .chairman; D. 'west. Beach, secretary, and J. T. Brown, of j April The averase .per capiti 'wealth the School Board. The usual a C.P.R. fireman, rvned in Moose Jaw river.- four Snaps f per acre for 480 acres, one mile from Chin Station. NO CASH PAYMENT.' Crop pay- ments. Interest at 6 per cent. For fewdayi only. Modern, cottage, 8 {.rooms, on Crufob, between .Courtland and 1-2- feet front- age alone Tfrorfe the .money; 5700 cash will handle, Bal- ance easy. t i was put through. On report of the! committees, .Mr. Browu stated the new -IL -._ i 3 J] -f I tlXO Each-for 2 lots, -Block 30, Duff Addn., 1-2 cash, bnl S and 6 monthe. Modern cottage on Ave., iarge lot, cash Trill handle. H.JISkeith Phone 1343 Office: Opp. Alexandra Hotel JJf room for Miss-.Arhibaid-s department was completed on contract time, and was now that Jas. Bon- Judge F. X. Lemieux succeeds Sir -Francis Lacgelier, as Chief Justice' had been engaged to teach music of Quebec. in the hoars each day of the school week at a-very reasonable salary. The ..resignation, of Miss An- .Rev. H. Wood, pastor of West-. bourne Baptist Church, Calgary, in his fare-well sermon, charged.-some of PINCHER CREEK NEWS Pineher "Creek, May R. 'inlay, of the Methodist reached his farewell sermon at Fish- iurn on Sunday evening. He" is goihg o Red Deer shortly. Alfred Pelletier is holding- a sale on he 27th of his stock, machinery, black mith shop, traction engine and..outfit t his farm just outside of town. The good old summer time weather ras in. .evidence here for a couipfe of ays last week, but the temparature everted to the old order of things in] night. Saturday night a .few flakes f snow fell within the space of five I minutes. C. A. McDorman opened out SOWS ATTACK LITTLE Cobourg, May trying to liberate a small pig which :wa's caught a picket fence .Lillian Mackin, aged .12, was knocked down and fright- fully bitten by two sows.. 0anier Macpuerson, one of the old- .est citizens' of Cohourg, and recently appointed census commissioner for Northumberland, died suddenly. me s. Sheperd was accepted with re-.j iris. board with graft in sell- gret by ttie" Board., and. a .resolution ex- jng pressing appreciation, for and in com- mendation of her services in Standard II, was spread upon" the minutes. It was decided to have the examinations in this month for the above-named de- partmentj- and .then 10 .dismiss the pu- pils for the' following month. As Walter, Low was not property 'for less..than it. Avas worth. The Jicenses- of the Windsor-and-St. Louis hotels at Stratlicona have been, cancelled. -The Police'.Cb'rona'Uoh- con tingent. have assembled 'at Hegina, and are drilling preparatory to sail- Fire did damage to the place of the Ailis-Clralmers-Bullock Co., at' Lachine, near Montreal., Could Not Rest at Night. Back Was So Weak. Weak, lame and aching are the I primary cauee of kidney trouble. When the back aches or becomes weak it. if? a day in Che fruit and confectionery Jihe 1 from the kidneys that every- preseut, ..there .was -report before ing for England, May 20. the Board.for The secre-l Rev. W. C. .of Dauphin, tary was instnkted. to require a ten" report to be filed. .Mr. Brown re- ported having visited the rooms of Misses Gundry, Keith, Toffey, Hudson and Whiting, .and to have found all in n very satisfactory, condition. Mr. Jac- obs, the other committeeman, had vis- ited the The visiting, committee 'for May S. Willows and D. S. Beach. Crop Conditions From ail carts of the district come Man., becoir.es pastor of Strathcona I Baptist church. j The Hudson's Bay Co. has decided to build a mammoth store iu Van- couver. Declared a victim of leprosy by Massachusetts Medical experts. Kar- ry Sheridian, the 15 year old ichool boy, passed away today in his home at Paw-tucket, R. I., having been brought back-in an automobile from reports of the excellent made j Boston, where he was examined by a by the fall wheat.'and. all. leprosy, expert. sown. The warm, mild weather of-: the last few days has been very favorable A few farms where east slope, report 'I lame, aching back and of any in-, trouble. W. M. HARRIS ROOM 1, DOMINION ILK. PHONE 1367 ..MONET to loan, HOUSES. ,tp rent, RENTS collected, HOUSES for sate. jplfc, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSUEANCB. Wifi wnfie inside property -for 1m North Ward for will deal. Bmlaiice'in Modem- in RiTerview, ioOO will swing deal, easy tettue, FAEM all deacrip- tione and 40 Iqts in- Alexandra Adfli- tloo from to Pir ire. Plate Glass, Burglary. Automobile, Employers' Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. AsqiiM Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 at Crabbe's old stand. thing is not right with.them. The frame work'and exterior of the! the cure new Catholic hospital is up. The tenor work will be pushed rapidly! jf.you don't weak. I tried everything, but could not anything to do me any good until I "toW DV friend to use IGdney I tried them I not the weak woman I wap before. I very thankful to have found speedy cure." Doan's Kadney Pills SO box 'or 3 for all or Ion the borders of the town. Its direct on receipt cf price by Ttic T. Mil- ence there practically made local op- burn Co.: Limited, Toronto, Out. lion a dead letter in 'Oriliia. If orderusg recv 'Famine agreement threatening to suspend con ty. Reasonable terms, assuming Shanghai. China, May corres-j structiori work on the B. C. section; pondent or the Press, who! of the road ovists the pro- returned today from, the famine-strick- en districts of northern China, found CITY DEPT. conditions improved, but stiM very bad. The daily death rate has de- creased from several thousand to a Few hundred. .Children who formerly were soW for fifty cents each, are now exchanged for 3 few pounds-of graiij. Women vincial government- and the railway company. Mr. Holt stated that the agreement between the two contract- ing parties -ivas rat-ifisd by -the pro- vincial legislature and is part of the statute law of the province and will he carried out to the letter. The best j answer to the report was the calling j THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. are selling themselves into slavery to i for tenders' for -new- construction provide succor for the more helpless! work between Hope-and'Kamloops, a ones of their farnfl.ies. distance" of 163 miles." The con tin nation ,of the famine is' exhausting: the relief supplies, aad A bush fire raged for several'" days miliion and a, half more person? re-j last week over Haldlmand Plains near main for whom relief must be provid-j Dr. Kmchinaon's house at ed. IGraftou was burned. Successors to The Dowsley-McMHIan Land Co. Phone 544 ;