Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, May Page 11 PINCHER PINCHER CITY Tins new town is now incorporated, and lias a C. R. depot and iargelreiglit sheds, several large ware houses, stock yards, two elevators, iWtv roomed licensed hotel throe general stores, hardware store, livery-barn, lumber yard, coiil yard, two Implement houses, blacksmith shop, post office, church, school, and a number of residences sidewalks in Uiebiisinessdistnctandthetowncoimcilisim 01 ichmciiccs, smtMaiks in We wish to call your attention to the Tact that all the business men in the town own the premises they occupy, and the three'general merchants have had to their l-ihl- nigs during I he past year, in order to handle the necessary quantity of IF YOU HAD NOTHING TO RELY ON IN REGARD TO THE FUTURE OF PINCHER CITY BUT THE JUDGMENT OF THE BUSINESS MFN WHO INVESTED AND LOCATED THERE, YOU MUST ADMIT THAT THEIR JUDGMENT WAS'600D, FROM THE FACT TIT AT THEIR TRADE HAS INCilFASPD TO STITH VV EXTENT THAT THEY HAVE HAD TO ENLARGE THEIR BUILDINGS TO HANDLE IT, IO bUCll AN Pincher City is located (iO miles west of Lethbridge, on the main line of the Crows Nest Pass Railway in one of the' districts in Alberta In this district cron failures are unknown, and the great mining and lumber camps in British Columbia which is only 30 miles distant, fur nisli a ready cash market for farm produce, of all kinds. Land in the vicinity of Pincher City could be -had for from to per acre a short time ago, and is now being held at, and is selling, from to per acre. If you exercise any judgment at all, you must conclude (hat a town located in a district where the land is being br under cultivation, ami increasing in vilue is'rinldlv as it is in this district must grow ,ahd the property must advance rapidly in value. Lethbridge has had its pessimists and knockers, but you must notice that they are not the ones who have made the money in Lethbridge real is the men who li-ive exercised their own judgment, and who have acted directly opposite to the gratis advice given by the pessimists and kn ookers. Pincher City may have some pessimists ''mil knockers, and you may get some advice gratis from them, but all we ask you to do is to investigate its location, investigate what it has done in so short a time, the rich iertile country which surrounds it, investigate the great cash market which is right at its door, investigate the excell eiit railway facilities it has to ship the farm produce to these markets, investigate to what extent the country- which surrounds it is being brought under cultivation, and tiie rapid advance in land values, and inspect the beautiful lav of the townsitc, which alfords a grand view of the Rocky Mountains, look up the prices we arc offering you property for. in Uiis favored young town, and then use vour own iuiWiiieiit as to whether it looks good enough for you to invest-in or not. J Until further notice we are offering a limited number of business and residential lots in the original townsite of Pincher City at the following prices and terms lots 'ire 25 x 150 ft. and are practically level, high and gently to the south towards the railway, the most distant being not more than 1-2 mile from the depot. All business lots face 100 ft. streets, 20 ft. lanes in the rear. Terms: 1-3 cash, balance in 3 and 0 months; interest althc rate of (J per cent, per annum. All residential lots face 00 ft. streets, 20 ft. lanes iu the rear. Terms 1-3 cash, balance per mouth, or 3 and C months. 0 per cent interest. A discount of G per cent, off the above prices will be given for cash. Clear title will be given at any time property is paid for in lull, m ft fhone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block, Open from 7 to 9 Evenings Box 1892 And the Celebrated Automobiles T. S. Sold By r I FARMERS AYE WHEAT OKLAHOMA TOWN BURNING FR 'Bringing.It to Markct- Deatli of Cigarette Fiend Who Stalled the Tire Company's Big- Fort Smith, Ark., May ter, Oklahoma, located in Letter .County forty miles southwest 01 here is destroyed by fire according to an official report received this ev- ening. Communication with the town is cut off. One death is reported. The property loss is said to be brick works, which were established only a few weeks ago, are having fruitful success and abundant yield. Notwithstanding the heavy loss 'which occurred when about QQQ OF CANADIAN ARMY ome to Toronto, May 25. General Sir John French emphasized the need of greater efficiency in discipline, ex- pertness in rifle shooting, the import- ance ot night operations and the ne- cessity lor soldiers being able to han- dle shovels and in an address to the ofliccrs ot the Queen's Own Rides, Royal Grenadiers and -ISth Highlanders the big military re- view in Riverside Park this after- FAILED TO GET ollt of Montreal and not out noon. French said he came not to mm.idpH hrirk According to reports received criticize but to help. He bore these treshl, moulded brick were poteau and hy thc Fdsco during the frost about the lirst of herc thc firc was startcd hy a this month, the number now produc- fiend" in the Browne Hotel, cd is soaring loftily into the thousands from a cigarcttc hc was smoki SUBURBAN PRIVILEGE of Toronto, inasmuch as the railway are now being burnt, and 60- T11C cigarette smoker was burned to Toronto, May efforts of'act gaye them discretionary powers, j 000 are ready for the kiln. The man- death. For a few minutes to-nieht and Brampton to secure sub-j Resides, if Toronto were put on .the! uiacturcrs express themselves much communication ovor the telephones railway service in and out of; same basis as Montreal in this re-'Phased with thc yield and say Me'was established with Wister and it, with commutation rate priv- spect, would there not be discrimina-! quality is exceedingly gooa. To failed. Chairman Mabee oE the Railway Board dismissed applications. He said lie 'could believe other than that railways entitled to grant commuters' tion against Hamilton. London, King- 1 depth of about 10 feet in the pit the ston, Winnipeg and every other city day is suitable for wet pressed brick, in Canada. And why again stop at ann below that depth is material for cities: why not extend the privileges lllc manufacture of dry pressed brick. Mr; Pelleticr, the cwner of the to towns and then on to villages. was said by 1hc operator there tha wishes from the home forces to Can- ada's army. He was well pleased with thc steadiness of the troops in twonty-fivc business houses were do- j view from the surrounding hills stroycd, including the Bell Telephone i the Don Valley and about sol- review. There was need for giving more time to Canadian military duty than ever before, so that Canada would continue to hold her own against invasion. Fifty thousand people saw the rc- oi station, the Browne, Praw and Main hotels, one drug store and five gen- eral merchandise stores. Thc fire vif' I m "Progress Brand" Styles tote Patented "PROGRESS BRAND" styles are not only exclusive and distinctive they have definite value. Government experts have passed on the utility of the various "Progress Brand" creations and have granted patents to the inventions of the famous "Progress Brand" designer. When you go for your new spring Suits and Overcoat, insist on seeing the "Progress Brand" this label in the coat. site and works, purposes to install i was still burning and the dynamiting machinery for the manufacture ot of buildings was resorted to. the latter in the future. In the digging, a vein of sand was diers were in line. To-morrow morn- ing French will inspect jhc perman- ent corps at Stanley Barracks. discovered about (our feet thick, which will be used in the moulding and which is pronounced much super- ior to the sand at first used, which was drawn from the river over a mile, defendant. R. Luchia, of Rocky Coulee, is loading two cars of wheat here. He has fourteen teams engaged, in haul- ing the grain. There seems to be still abundance of wheat in this vicin- ity, and many farmers 01 the sur- rounding district arc bringing their grain to market, keeping the three elevators well in action. It is rumored that the work on the traffic bridge, across the Old Man river south of thc town, will be com- menced this coming fall. R. W. Grieve, druggist of this town, is a delegate representing thc' Monarch division of the Independent Order of Foresters at the annual pro- vincial meeting in Edmonton on thc 27 and of this month. H. Weaver is leaving Frederic- ton, N.B., to-day with his wife and family for Monarch. Mr. Weaver is proprietor of {he hotel in this town, and he is expected to arrive in a few- days to take thc reins of govern- ment. Howe vs Thompson, a suit for dam-! ages from prairie fire near Bow Island' alleged to have been started by defend-' ant. Simmons and Shepherd for thej plaintiff, and Smith and Cameron for1 Mftfe Mri Gwwteed by Co. Limited, Montreal 75 McKelvie A McGuire, Lethbridge. All tJie civil cases at. present set down are cases held over from the regular sittings held last month. They are: Porcival vs Daniel, concerning an agreement for sale of land. Ives and Ball for plaintiff; Conybeare, Church and McArtlinr for defendant. PIANOS From Factory Home To We have in stock the larg- est and most complete line of strictly high grade pianos and Inner Players, ovor shown in Southern Alberta. Before buying a piano you owe it to yourself 5o investi- gate our From Factory to Home and Kasy Payment selling plnn. Old pianos and organs tak- en in exchange at their actual value. Write for catalog and prices. MASON RISCIl PIANO CO., Ltd. CONSERVATORY BLDG. F. E. McCAW, LOCAL MGR.T Lethbndge P. 0. Box 418 j MONTREAL GIRL HAS i j DISAPPEARED IN CHICAGO j Montreal, May Gin- gos, niece of Gingras. Dornontigny street, Montreal, is IS or years of age. Her mother and father died at! Victoriaville. Athabasca, two years ago. From that time until last Sep- tember the girl lived with her uncle and aunt on Uemontigny street. In September she made an acquaintance with Madame Labeu at the house or an aunt named Maria Oingras, a wid- ow. Madame Labeu engaged the girlj as travelling companion to go with her to Chicago. The girl went to see her uncle and aunt on Demontigny street about the engagement. They1 told her if it was satisfactory lo go. she might do so, but told her to tell Madame Labeu she must pay the girl's are. The girl went with ber, wrote back to her cousins at Christmas. Since then they have not heard of ber but understand from other sources thai she bad given tip her engagement with Madame More than this they did not know. Don't hesitale to visit the Fit-Reform Wardrobe whenever you want to know what is new and correct in Suits and Raincoats. We are constantly receiving -new styles and patterns, and cordially welcome your inspection of these superb creations. Our present showing of highgrade hand-tailored garments deserves a every man wno appreciates distinction, exclu- j i siveness and ele- gance. McGUIRE Sole Acents for Lethbncbr. A special silting of the Supreme The appointment of a coadjutor Court will probably be held here com- Hishop tor Quebec diocese failed to mencing June 1st, Mrs. Justice Heck secure a sufficient majority of the lay is expected to preside. vote in the Anglican synod. TO SURVEY TO ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESERVE Toronto, May H. Edgrombe, of the graduating class of the faculty or forestry at the University of To- ronto, left last ntght with a party for Calgary where they will be engaged in surveying for the Dominion gov- ernment boundaries of forest reserve on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. Other members of tbe party are C. R. Mills and J. Van- dusen. COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of Photographic Post Cards in the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Ir.terior Views a Specialty Special and Prompt Attention Given to Amateur Developing and Printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press" and "Daily Lender, Eng. stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA The best middle priced hotel in the city D. BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. ;