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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPfi 15 DAILY HERALD THE GREATEST SNAP olTci'cd in Luililji'idgo, tli'c.owiior Icnv- in Ui Oil -.1 -v-] 7i.rooinbd-jriudorn .i. Cith A.v'e.ii'iie .s properly' must be sold, up, Us a ni'oiiey.i'L'iakui'1 McGorvie Realty Co. v Coaldale Block, 5th Street. i Duff Addition Bargains 1 sale opposite Fleetwood School >r Price Easy' terms RICHEST BOY IN AMERICA i Erd .upward .WilLuin nt'Astbr, generally known-by hi inline, Vincent, has been term od i The. Richest, Hoy In America. Thvo ugh .the' hcrroit- death oC his fiUh ohn Jucob Asior, in the founder jiigj of Uie'! TllimitV the; .'JQ-year-old comes .Into the of o: Je'.'ii." '.'tlie' 'gr'eatcst -Vif America i fgrlu iies., %''i jy "0 t llliani Vincent ,now- th' Ii ond -ol'-the-Auierleuu branch of the -liona u ol'-Astor, born on Nov. .it 1S91, i in the phi William Astor tiffin -.liV li'th avenue -and Thirty-fourth St. Vie ilto of-which is at present occu I ny tliG 'Astoria portion oi" the Walt tori-Astoria Hotel. This properly Sri p -wns -asiiti'ssed' In--ism foi 'Aslo r atftl his -wlfcvAva -Willing Aal'pr took Hhcir.son'.io, the new -home- at 840 i avenue, which hail been imllding ..dmr'ng IS90-9L.; .ncent Astor from liis hirih 3ioli enjoyed best of health, says, the New York Sifn.' As a lad he aui- juru 13 "from tin aainmaLic complalnl jh'aT one tlnie.-11'was [eared migAn "fatal. tot SI. JtoVlu HwJ ttarland, llmt thc'hlei would'bcii'eflj; his. complaint. jfJTHii accompanied the Astor party, to '.Svi'ii.zcrlaiid iit Hint time caused com- inijhfc in the press. ;.H v-tsis chiefly because of Iiis sou's till, li-f'r.lth (hat; John Jacob Aster en- sorts of out- floor exercises. Father "and soir early ibeeam'e'' "good wherever wasVu'yachting .be .iinn-de ylntent" could be seen'relieving ]ifs father: at tlio-. wheel and nsBist worlt about the Whou automobilii'ig came into voguo COAL. "FIELDS May from Rng- land I today tliat'.T. H..Haslam S" has completed! -the lorniatioii oi a fiyo-mlllioni dollar concern with' British cupltal for the ex- plqUatipn pi Uie-TSstevaii coal fields.- -is- jiinderBtood that Viscaurit-Hftldane and Winston ,'f.' Churchill-have', heen njimed as directors-of the--new concern, Grade FLAX W.Fl Dobbin Sherlock Block. younsr'Aslor .becauio' an .-ardent en- nrdent, In fact, for in IfllO, he crushed into u tree in DroiHlway, while on, Ihe way to Urn IJouglikeepslo fair, ,anil In the suiaslnip whleli resulted wa-s biul- ly banged about. On this occQGlpn his chauffeur sustained broken an'd leave tlie hoapltril Tor ;Last.year, Uermahn Oelricbg and George Ilenry called "on Uiu carpet" before n jiolice magistrate In Newport and .given a -lor; speeding tlrrougu tbe.etr'eeLs of-.that city.-- Naturally, a young man who has spent of the falhcr's country home, Furuclirf-on- and tliu past dozen ycavn ahoul-il be a good sportsman, 'Vincent Astor ifi well -'skilled In'teniiis, golf, viquash and the sports of the field. He is an excellent horseman iind'.i'fair Vouiig: Astor par- enls on 'nioKt nf Ibn IpMor'u yictthi, cruises. -In the.fall of 1910.a storii inter nip ted communication Afitor X'achl, he en CTifi'alnglri 'the West. IiidipB, an-t for-a-.lime it'was 'both cpa-at oC Florida. Two governineu revenue cutters were sent out in tb bopc.or-'nicklnguip. the-vessel. fll wa snbsetihentiy tliat th Nourmahal was surely "anchored ii San Juan harbor', during the worst o the storm. The Aslor fortune-in it's entirety Ii 36aetiGed at This lota iiicludes-the- -W.illmnV--' aii seel'u -to lit in. i They-do-noL look, hs Hyde shys, like a theatre hat on Judas Jscarlol. j LeLhhriiSge has the Belly river and j the longest st'eei hifih bridge in Can-1 ada over ;it. Tlie Helly river neVcr j LG'o. On contvtvvy, it is a source of pleasure and profit and it means TVnttr ciiy is in siahc p'f aix: .collieries vylicvc .coal ean be Jiail for ton .de- li vereij ami slack coal foi" steam: at. fifty; IcentS'b. tonr crtjmtry aVoun-i liettibrldgo tlie'bnly, .can..see prime Red. Fif-e wheat svovi'ing on loij! ot coal. The farming is of four lilnds-rr wheat, .mixed, dry, irrigated: 'Iffyou write. Id II an waving, ol the BoaviT oZ Trade, he'll Icll yon all abont-it. v like most other AlberUi to keep right. It will take the sluglrf-tnx jiiiiip this year. It owns its' public MUM ties. Vilthoiigli. it 'is keen natural sns, it will have no dealing the company which has tlie which might. get von trol of Ihc-fltr.eeiio. Lethbridgt wjl do its own boosting, froiii the inside with actions TO they than words. _; 1 has no use for professional, hooniort ami otbei1 tramps. -v CE IS KING'' As Mr. Lackey, the. Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE PORT AN N Is a City of Certainties The l.liing- tlial. stiincls out about Port. Mann is its CPrUinty of I'utme. nuulc fortunes in York. .Ohioiigo, Seattle. Vancouver, taking a gaiu .clnuioe! wlio invest in Port tnkc no chance. can forecast ccrtninty the lutuie ol Poi JUann With its harbor., a terminal of a groat tnuiscontiueutal and Hie ot Canarla ol' it, it will soon beupnie the of n Canada. Port Maim is! Ihe greatest, city of opportunity along all lines? ol tiacle and industry on the American con- tMeat.'today." Don't Miss Your Opportunity Buy today. See our agents at.onco and icineinbp: o OATH o: contiol the niayoi por- tion'b I' th.e original tbwnsite oj' Port Dominion Bik. 0. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. JniuesUacon is making a week'S'-'visit in Burdctte. T. B, moved from -to "tfie1; Uellevlew farm, bore-OIr. toll be In control. John Hiabepk; is haying his store greatly in a private POSTMASTER 56 YEARS J. K. Morris of Blenheim Has Record .'That is Unique in Province -i Blenheim, May K. Morris, the local postmaster, has jnst' com- pleted a record that ig probably uiiUjiie in Canada. He lias been for 56 years continuously in clv.vvge oE the Blci heim post office. Mr. Morris will SO. years ..old in -Inly, but time: has dealt kindly with and he is still an active and vigorous goes about his work with as much energy ivs ever. Mr. .Morris way born In the county of Leeds in 1832. In IS54 ho was in tlie nrockville jiosL ofllcB anil in ISJall came to Blenheim and looK charge jo f the ofllcc here. AN INCIDENT AT THE MABEE FUNERAL (Toronto Globe) -t- Somelhihg of the spirit oZ fellowship in bereavement V .permeated the .gathuring strllclng.'y evidenced In an iiici-! dent which juat ns the cortege was leaving the station., The horses attached to Iho'-, startled-at the pulling locomotives and the density cC-f the crowd, became unruly, broke the' ijortiou of their -harness. TherQ'1 was no sound of or excitement, hul. spoutnij- eously and inalinctlvQly. willing hands were busy unhitching another team from a neighbor- lug 'democrat, attaching It to the hearse and binding and TO-. pafring Hie breakage. Down on the roadway In the dual, ing at die repairs and uitchansc of hor-ies, were nvo local onUuriaia and Vlec-Cliuivmaii "D'Ari-y Scott of the Commission; AI. K.'Cowan. C.; Sir William Mulock and Mv. Jualice Tcctzel. Jt Ihe 4 dc'inocrary of the i i C1 'J' if t office, also a tclcylibne and post of- fice.'- .The ilisseg IJB Grand and.Mr. BlaKc i Misses Dysavt of. 'Coal "City. cars gas pipe ai'o licing unloaded- -here- this week. ,The Ed'erson, :-lnternatiuiial and John Deere implement -companies luiv.e niVd-reyreaeuiaUvcB in (Uis vvcin- ily. this week. J." ''A: Ford, assistant auditor and collector loi- the Citizens' Lumber'. Co., is In towu-Lhis evening. John Cassidy is out. from Lethbridge for 'a tew .days, Giimleaon of Ste tiler spent several dnys with Jlri Iliabeck nnd! -paid .several visits', of inspection .to the nu'merons gas and sleam plowing oulfits-'arpund Chin. _ i Q. -H. r Powers, oC Valparaiso, Intl., re-turned -'to his farm 'Monday.' Mr; Powers 'is. very well 'pleased with this and intends to- purchase mote land. ;JlcAlJon Hie Stobart Co., of AViunipes, hns a. .liirjsc line of prints and ginghams at the Chin gen- eral store. Come in and look them over. DEGREES FROM McMASTER Toronto, May Lbe commence- ment, exercises of McMaste.r Univer- sity the honorary degree of Uoctoi of Diviuity conferred oh' 'Rev. Win, IJeury Clinc. and of LL.D, was.awarded James L. Hughes, chief inspector of schools for Toronto. MONOTQUS TASK CAUSES ACCIDENTS May of tiiBlt, not the. chief cause of accidents to workingmcn, according to C. A. Pvalt, chah-nian ot the Indus- coinnjissioiii of AVasli- ington; v.'hicli. has received reports of thbii-sands 6T cnaes since the finen'e ;compensation law ef- in this state. AB a remedy he suggested'rcccases 'of, niimites inqrning and. afternoons.. .Stntia'Ucs compiled'hy the commission covering a" .period'of-'months show that sicci- dents ;ire most fretiueiit hetwccn 10 aiid 31 o'clock morning anil be- tween 3 ami 4 o'clock iii the afternoon, iliac that the largest number of acci- dents result from untonialic action on the .part of the workmen, principally because of the monotony. Contrary to the general belief, the Inst hours of the morning and Ihe afternoon, workers may he expected to become careless through CuLlgue, are compara- tively yaEe. 'Mr. QiBiiiigscd his plan at length-with lumber mill oper- ators and nmnuihcturerg in kane.recently mid plants are phninlug'to give' it IL thorough, trial the coming summer. TWO WIRELESS MEN REV. S- G. CHAMBERS RESIGNS WinnipoR, Jfay S. bc-rs has been forced to resign the charge of Christ church as rector, and ivill retire to a tuberculosis sanllar: urn. Rev. Mr. Walser of Dauphin will have charge. A Snap 2 Lots Iii Illonk E, Lcllibrldge Price Pair Hillr cllsli, balance; 3 hud -H luontliH. For full iiiirllcillarH iiliply Io. The E. C. Ludlke Land Co. MONEY. TO LOAN Farm Lanris .1 Specialty; General Brokers ALBERTA in their boats than bad Titanic, rated at tind licensed-to carry -1000 people. The C. N.' n..has now ordered additional lifeboats, which will.bring their saving capacity lip to the lull complement, of paBScngera and crew Prof. T. IV. Barnes oV has invented a device called Ithu mi cro-thermometer. tbc Royal George for the ]iurnose oC apparatus. It trails, fi'dm the., ship's laiTi-ail after the faslilqn of the.patent log, and is expected'jto report the presence and location.of Ice within a radhis of miles, by means oE a temperature dinl in the chart room. FIRST MRS. ASTOR AND Canadian Northern: Improving Wire- less System on Two Atlantic '..'-Eoats The. Canadian' .Northern Hallway has decided to niaiiiLain a.seuond wire- less operator on the steamers Royal. Edward and Ttoyal George, thus .oh-, aiming hour.service wliich.lias been shown so easential by the Titan- ic disaster." be about the first of the medium-sized trans-Atlan- tic steamers to Imve two operators, niid'the innovation will. probably bu put iu a week or two. The company-is also arranging to have'a searchlight, fitted on Hie Hoyiil .Ed- ward for the purpose .of making a thorough lest of Its ability. .Some years ago the CoroDia, of the Line, provided with n search- light, hut for some reason (his was very uiilckly abandoned, ami sinco th-eii no -further cxpcrimenls have been mndo In Ibis direction. Practic- ally the only occan-jjimiK vessels 'which curry scnrijliliglitg today 'are tlioHe in tho Anglo-Anslralnslnn 'ser- vice, which are compelled to luivu (.hem for use In passing through (htj Sucx Can ill. f It is with sonic pride Mini the Hoyal Line o Ulcers jiolnl to Ibi; fact .steamers have nlwnya been c'liiinpod 'with llfelmrtl and rail ac- coinmoilallon In oxcnss of th-e Uritlbh Hoard of Trade In ad- tliiion to tbc sixteen standard Jlfc- fleniaiulcil by law, they have.a smaller boat, accommodnllng sixteen people, four nollapsiule boalu and t-av- oral rafls.. Thtis the Hoyal Edward and fiCorKC, which nrc ruled nlflS.OOO tons, nnd ncve-r curry mnre than InOO on lioiuxl, Iiavu roam 'lor more Rumor .That. She .Will fVlarry'Youth ..Year Than Her Son New York, JWay. I ten ti'clr- .dilation of a report in'aoclety circles that Airs. Avn Astor, divorced wife of Col. .to marry Slanricc tlie; second son.of the noted .French poet thor, 'Edmaud Rostand, elicit confirmation or denial'from MTB.'-Aat- OT yesterday. At the Hotel Ritz, where' ahc is staying, she positively rdtutied to lie interviewed.on the subject. Jlaurlco Rostjmd.ia only a year 01 two older than-Mrs. Aster's son, Vin- by the death of-his fatliei 1ms become the of the Aslor family in America, and one of (lie richest youths' In trie'world. Young Rostand Is already n bril- liant author and intends rival' his father In tlie world of letlorM. A Snap For a Few Days Only 3Iodern. 1 room .bouse- ID- Rlvemew, lot 33-x.110 Full cement house. Price Terms cash, Imluncc in month- ly payments. -WE.WANT EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS AND WILL AD- VERTI3E SAME Fire and The G. E Fleming Agency Phone 1232 PHONE Martin's Baggage Transfer 1311 NEW NURSES' HOME1 Bmntford, Slay. contract for the new nurses' home hag been lei. to.Slessrs. Secortl t Son'tibre. Tbo buildlne will coat and will lio on an elevation adjacent to ALFALFA SEED and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE JUT- JXIlllld :.-.-'.i. 23C. Extra (.hits', per lOOJb. -'5Q Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Lethbridge AlfillJ'il JJnrloy per 1.00 Ib. Flux, per bnsliel ;