Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TliurKilay, May THE LETJIjmiDGE DAILY HERALD If Central Realty Co> A flno roomed house, on .It, ft. lot, bath room and 2 paiitries, fenced, uml cement sidownlk'ai'onnd; house ready .for sower; ting light and wajer; down, JHO per mouth A fulh modern liouec I" Hull Addition, :i bod looms and bath loom upalalis wilh kllchun. dlnliiK loom and piulor, Imli and pan. Iry.llown stairs; lour rode from car lino; for quick 8alu down, biilimco arranged to milt purchaser. Several "fine-Jots near Oalbralth School, J1GO down, 510 pel' -month. BLOCK, 13th, ST. PHONE 744 Look m If .you wit-h to win. Sec us for snap; Eiimi Liiiuls in The E. C. Ludtke Land Co. MONEY TO LOAN Farm Specialty; -Brokers BOW ALBERTA B.C TO ERECT PALATIAL OFFICES WILL HAVE SWELL HEADQUAR TERS FOR PROVINCE IN LONDON London, May JicBnd' las practically settled on the loca tion ot the new British Columbia pio vincla'l jvliich will'be eithei Jn the Strtind, neai the flotel 01 in: The.latter location is considered- .the. most irrobablv? Before finally deciding Premier Me Biide will consult Ifon K L Boiden ;tlio intentions of the gov 'ernment -'for the-.new Dominion offi- ces. Piemiei iicBride savs thai iMnle the i.rovmce ii> about it, thej might as well do the llmif, properlj Tile scheme will probably cost 000. Premier McBrlde also hail a confi- dential inten with the Right lion Winston Chm chill STATE SENATOR DEAD St Louib, Mo, Alay J3en- atoi Tlios B Kinnev. wulel.v kuown among Missouri Democrats, died to- day of tuberculosis. His contest for the seat of congiesamau is-pending in tile National house P 0 Box 536 Phone 1384 Frank Steam Coal Exclusive Agency for South- ferrr'Alberta- Becker Yates Office, Lethbndge, Alberta Write or phone fot pi ices Delivered anywhere in South- ern Alberta SIXTY THOUSAND FLEE FROM FLOOD OVER 350 MjLES MOfJE ADDED T RAVAGE'S OF MISSISSIPPI WATERS Now Orleans, La, ftla.x drods of .persons'.arc fleeing befor the flood in tho country Just north' Now Orleans, on the opposite' sldo o tho MUslslnnl Rher Tile break the west e List night U widening and a. great will be adde to Louisiana's thousands of. floode acres. Thousands of are the path of the flood. The danger o- life loss is small, because governuien aid fen hours afte the bleak MS 'lopoited. but the dam age to towns and plantations that wl be flooded, will he tremendous Aj provimately thousand people wi, be affected and probably half of th! number will he without homes unti the waters recede.' A stretch of ter ritory adjacent to the Mississippi riv er, varying in width from ten to thir ty miles, and with few ox ceptions, from Arkansas" State line south to St Chailes Jefferson ,pai ish approximately probablj will be jnore 01 less inundated befoie this new crevusse is .closed. Doyens ot Ullages, jloiijf tho ai. and Parific, including Taft sla. tion, will be under water before an- other week, probably. President. .Roosevelt, north Louisi- ana, was among the first towns to bo inundated, by. Dog Trail crevasse wa- teis necks ago HELD UP THE EXPRESS TRAIN ALLEGED. TH AT..VTHEY .'GOT'AWAY WITH A_JL'ARGE SUM OF .'MONEY Aew Oilcans, mark- id men hold up the New Orleans, sew Limited tiaiu 2, noith louud on Ihe'New Orlean's and Noith- miles, from Ilal- flliss shortly attet mid light this morning and alter dj mi- nting a safe in the express car, es- .iprcl on horses, with our hunille said o contain Solitheln Ex- rcis officials here todav declined to olichsafe anj inform-itiori as to the amount of monev taken In the roh- hers It was denied, hoNevei, tli the lobbers obtained a sum approac ing NEWS OF DISTRICT (JOLBMAX 1 Colonmn, May H. Hun mid at KcrnSo, U. C., urn th-ti Kuesla of Mr. ami Mrs, 0, A. Kit chle. Miss .KuHon of IJhJrinore, an ex- lonelier or Oolciwm public school, Bpent Sunday In town .Iho guest of AUKS Porter. U. Hiddoll, managing director of Lho International Coal and Colto Co., Is away on u business of several months' duration to Montreal Commencing June I'll is announced, thai thp passenger train 'running- be- tween GYanbrook and Medicine Hat will carry jinail. Tiffs will prove an immense benefit to the towns of the Pass, which hitherto have had only OTIC mail a dayto and from the east, and one to and from the west. The baseball game, Blafrmore vs Crow'a Nest, schedulod for May 12 at Crow's Nest, called oft for some unknoM n reason j Yrsteiday was observed aa Moth- ers' Day ID (he churches. Special sor- appropriate to the occasion were tiered, Mrs. Culbertson is away on a va- cation trip to Calgary. N. S. Davidson, superintendent of the InteniaUonar'CoaT. and' Coke Co., is in Calgary on a holiday trip. A number from Coleman who at- .ended 'at-'Frank Sana- .ariuin on Friday'1 "evening report'- a pleasant evening. COMMERCE IS KING" As Mr. Lackey, the Harbor Engineer, Says THEREFORE GKANUM A.CLEVER YOUNG MAN.: i'lank Louden Bainet, B A1, C bourg, took his degiec at Queen Univerb.t'j, Kingston, last year, hi won a scholarship m tl of Chicago Contracts for Plowing Wanted The undersigned me prepared to take con- tracls for plowing any place between Leth- bridgc and Mc-dicinc Hat. good and guarantee good job. BURDETT, Dy Kohoarn Vandenberg ALBERTA ALFALFA SEED and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE Alfalfa Seed, per Barlcjr per 100 lb. Max, per bushel.................CO QQ iSToi'thcj-Ji Wheat, per bushel......JJ Qg Extra Oats, Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Lethbridge Grarium, Miiy IK.-fPj S. Clark niov- jd-to, his" farm south of the town on ilonday. A big babi -boy left bj the toik at.D. M. Ly den's house lay morning, is being turned Ibose by the own dads for the improving of the. treets and fine work is being clone. 3hicf. Police "Swain has charge; of Dr. McMillan has purchased a new ye-passcnger Ford from Lethbridge'. DP Bimster, the veterinary from 'laresholm, was-down here-last week ttending :i horse belonging to 'the N.-tt. grading: outfit. Miss Wary Ellis arrived here from t'uwa on Sunday Hoy bar- er to his staff t Hop Sing, one of our'local Chinks been oftered a loot for a, iu Pnnce ltupertv The lot has a of 5J feet, bur e wants 'f That fought to him enough nee to hie on for ie sixty- yeais Victor Anderson, who had hie leg rokeu A few ueekfa ago bj iin, over by the nuter tank of "bis lesblng outfit, is improving nicely The watei works foi hre protec- on 13 just about completed now. Mow that the baseball held is being over it ought to" boost the, game ong this season Hoot1 The Tennis Club is busy hesernights good, many .into the .me. F is moving his family to e. homestead; PORT MANN Is a City of Certainties The tiling that sUmls out aboul Port Ahum is its .tksolute certainty of future. who made fortunes in New York, Cliicago, Seattle, Vancouver, vero taking a, chance. Hen who in veal in Port, 'Mann take no chance.. can forecast with certainty tho future of Port Mann. With its harbor, a.lerminal ol a raihvay, and the vast wealth of Canada, back ol it. il will soon become tho Liverpool of Western Canada. Port Mann is the greatest of opportunity along all lines trade and industry on the American cqn- tineiit today. Don't Miss Your Opportunity Buy today. Sep our agents at once and remember we own or control the mayor por- tiouof (lie original townsite of Port Mann. FREEM AN-M ACLEOD, Dominion BIk. 0. J. Amundsen Son, Claresholm Pacific Properties, Limited, Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. SUXDIAL; Sundial, May McLean and ilr Patterson of Tabei called at Sun- dial on Saturday Miss Pearl Ingiam ai rived from Montana last Sundaj aftei spending tlie past moath visiting her aunt. Miss S Engen and II C Dunn cal ed on Dr. and Mrs. Woodcock Subdii! evening. Mrs. Walter Mathews and chlldrei called on Mis pi Woodcock Fnday Miss Iia Mills and brother Earl, am ohn Sum, usited at Evens' on Sun- !li Air. and Airs Hose atid daughter ,Iae, calle-'i on M'r and Mrs Farley on Sunday, Thos. -Lockyer had tlie misfortune-ol oaing one of his Ijig work horses last veek. BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Slay Ostriech repoits a at his home re- cently. t 1( Airs W P Cotifl4tl and Mis J. W Hopkins and lett Sunday for Mrs HopkiiiS wUl, stay about three months, and Editor Cotton expects to bach it foi last The have become so hick I hat farmers are m tho ields at night working. week, ihc guest of Miss .Lucille Full- er The Misses By tile Uichartlson am Il-attiu Dudley, Mrs. Regncr and R A Cherry, and W W Ktillei attend- ed the dance at Bow Island All re- port as fine a tune as is to be Wiuila will play'baseball at, Bow Island Ji'ntlay the 17th. All 'the WLrt- la folliS are honing it will be a vic- tory for the team. Miss Byrde Richardson gone 10 Alagiath to visit with her sistci, JVIisf. Icila, of thai place, and do some dressmaking while there. The f allies' A'd will meet with lrt, Catan, south of town on 'Ihuisday A good Attendance is requested R S. JJowe was in Bow Iilanri on business one day last woek. Ballai, is now clerking ior Bros of this town. John 1 onson is putting a nesh coab of paint on store. A. L TXiwes and wife liave moved .0 WlutU to live tins summei, so be can look after Ins place and crop south of the'track Kemm, representing Camp- icll, Wilson and Home, Lelhbridge, doing town last Thursday. NO MORE AIISERY INDIGESTION, GAS, SOURNESS, OR DYSPEPSIA OOES IN FIVE -MINUTES' i If what you just ate la on your stomach or like a lump of 'ead, refusing to digest, or you btloh Oas and Cruciate food, 01 have a. feeliug: of Dizziness, Heartburn, Fullness, Bad in mouth and stomach headache this A full case of Pape'i cotti WIIITLA SOUE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE Hayr Hdw. CD. Wliitla, May is now ot ol breaking bring clone mstlus art country', niiii ibere. will c a Inrgc acreage of crop plil in in tins i icinitj. are good tor a hunipnr crop. C. McDdnirls an.l II I, Gray purcbasctl a stcani rig ami arc now busily pligagccl in tearing up t-lic land. Mr. and Mrs.. Eil. Win- nilred, air (ioun heir, liMng on tbnr claim and putting (heir crop in Ell sins Wbtlla (rooii to bun Miss KiiMti Asbton arrived from Manitoba and is'going, to bouse Tor ber lirotbeis, Messrs. Cbris. and of tins pla-e K. W. Davis, of I'lunkcit and Snv- l.ethbriilgc, was in town liist week Miss Jlabelle' liicliardsiinbas been visiting Jni How Wailil Mbc pnbt Mr Sanders, while driving from is Iiornastcad, was thrown from his and senottsly injured It is pported that he has a fractured 'lull, and things look jiietty serious t tlio present time .y. S Ricliaidson is loading a cor f potatoes tins week to faliip. Even one with' potatoes wauls lo nvc.to Whitla. F A Rcgnei speni Sunday eycn Persons with her sister, Miss I3ifcr, 111 Biiulelt Misi, ITaal Stod- danl The Misses Uvidc Riclraidson and J fat tie Dudley and Messrs, Roy Cber- ry.anil Warren attended the only 50 cents and will thoroughly qure your out-of-order stomach, and leave sufficient about tiiie house iu some one else In the family may iuC- er from stomach trouble or ion Ask pharmacist to bbow you he formula plainly printed on 50-cent caeei, then you will tand, why Dyspeptic tioiiblt nil clnds mint go, and why Dmpvpeiu Iwajs relieve, tomacha or Indigestion in fin ites Diapepsln ii and s like candy, though doM flins power sufficient fo, difMit M4 prepaie for iHMmilatlnn into 1 all the food you eat; beefdM, It i es you go to the table with i appetite; but, what will 7011 most, is that you 'will that youp and inteetlnei are -rftan tresh, and you will not to to laxativea or Mrer for ness or Constipation. This city will nwiy; Dlapmlq cianks, as people will raJl thim, but you will be cranky about splendid stomdch prepamtlon, too, it you ever try a little for Indlffeatkn or Gastritis or any other Stomach dance at Sevon persons. All Nport i gooil lime. A JOB FOR HERBERT Herbert Hales, of Dutton, has been appointed a bailiff. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE INSTALLED IN THE1B VAULT A NMT SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES If TOU ANT TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OB OTHER VALUABLES THEY BE IN ONE OF TRIM Lethbridge Branch C G, K, Nourse, Jlgr.