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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Leihbridge Daily Herald, Friday, May IB------- Page 15 FAIRMONT The Industrial Sub-Division Yo'u.iiccfl 'not have lived loiig1 in have seen instances oi'remarkable advances in Real estate values. You have probably the idea' that prices are too (o buy now, but that is where people make a mistake. The increase in'values in the past is as nothing; compared with what the future will show. Almost anyone who has lived any length oi' time in Lethbridge can remember chances he has missed oi making big profits in Lethbridge property. Others took advantage of these 'opportunities and secured the benefit ol advancing prices. The trouble is that too many wait lor something; they think will be a better buy and in the meantime others invest, hold on for a short time and double their money. II you want to double your money invest it in FAIRMONT. Prices Ranging From to Terms One-fourth Cash; Balance 3, 6 and 9 Months Real Estate and Financial Brokers J. R.Anderson, Manager Lethbridge Branch COMPANY Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford Street Offices: Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Vancouver, High River, Nanton -IT SEEMED UK BIG LODGE WAS THROW! M6MONEY AWAY Until I Tried Gin Pills." Mr. P. Fitzgerald was completely dis- heartened. He had suffered so long i with his Kidneys, and spent so much money on doctors without relief, that he f had made up his mind he could dot bs cured. Then, be chanced to read about the wonderful cures by Gin Pills, the great Kidney Remedy, and sent for a sample. The pills did him so much good that be immediately bought two full size boxes. And these two boxes of Gia Pills made 1 him feel like another man. But let Mr. Fitzgerald tell his oi a really remarkable cure, Prorincial Asylum, OriBfc JWK lltfc. ORGANIZED itioe, lea i m Gm P0fc horn a lacal They we me. Wat remedy for Unc 1 Trouble that I hare ever fried. I mmt my that before Gm FVk, I bai a amd of txatmemt by eataaat TlKfdMneM it Metoed fike I still a Wa: Gm Pik M to fccomxnend Hkcm aa4 aear to thek efficacy. P. HTZGliULB. After reaaiaf Mich abttvat thii, ?W can't the Take ul Gm m. eases of Kiaaey ajai B1 If are a mftnr, write DtytABT Qm rm.m them at war enwar. Altar seen for yourself jmtt. what Gm Seventy Members Were Initiated into Knights oi' Columbus Over seventy candidates were init- iated into the first Lethbridge Council of the Knights of Columbus on Tues- day by a degree team headed by Ed-} ward r'. Ryan, territorial Deputy for Alberta, and including T. J. Murray, District Deputy of Winnipeg; J. T. J. ColHsson, P. G. K., Edmonton Coun- cil; J. M. Sullivan, G. K., Calgary; Wilfrid Gariepy, G. K., Edmonton Council; Judge Jos. Ryan, G. K., of Cranbrook Council; P. J. Bergeron, P. G. K.. Calgary Council; S. A. Clancy and J. M. Gilmour, of Calgary, and a hundred or two other visitors from Winnipeg. Calgary. Edmonton, Cran- brook and Fernie, B. C. The ceremonies, which commeaced first thing in the morning and lasted all day were performed on the second floor of McMahoa and Quian's ware- house on Ford street. van of Calgary; Our Country, Wilfrid Gariepy of Edmonton; Visiting Breth- ren. Judge Joseph Ryau of Cranbrook; Good of the Order, P. J. Bergeron of Calgary and S. A. Clancy of Calgary; Our New .Members, Rev. Father Hart- man, Timothy Rev. Father Bi- deault, F. A. Hart; The Ladies, J. M. Gilmour. ilusic at the banquet was supplied by an. orchestra under the direction or V. Biner. Tiie election of ollicers of the Leth- bridge Council will take place at a later date. remember that GM wttk a positive furaatee ot a MDoey refunded. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Something About Newesl Bank Opened in This City The Royal Bank of Canada, whose handsome building here is rapidly nearing completion, and who have just opened temporary offices in the east- ern end of the building, is one ol the strongest banking institutions in ada. It has a paid up capital of with a reserve fund and in dividual profits amounting to over ?p. more. Their head office is at Montreal and they have branches a) the way from the Atlantic to the Pa The candidates put through F. A. Mart, Thos. Kennedy, E. J. wi'h correspondents in all parts This bank has fourteen lish, Kev. Father Bidaulr., Rev. lne Meyer.- Thos. Ryan, J. M. J branches in the Island of Cuba, a .L McNnlty, V. Biner, J. at Nassau and one at San Juan J. C. Harris, U. J, Sainsbiiry, W. R. Bates, D. J. McCormick, Ed. Kennedy, 0. Delay. W. E. Bender, T. D. Kevin, i Porto Hico. They have their own Xew York City. In the ton provinces the hank lias m gmckJy stops coughs, lie throat unii lungs. 25 A GOOD CHANCE Fora live bus- iness Pool Hall Bowl- ins? Alley For Sale TI In ;i thriving town. Apply GRANT i MOIR Real Estate Agents Barons, Alta. X. Tennant, C. B. Gibbons, A. .1. Pennant. F. McMahon. L. X. Har- beke, J. B. Trambly, J. ,L Doyle. J. English, J. A. Uuthbert, W. M. M. English, V. O'Xeill, L. A. Cormier, T. P. Bolster, T. H. Dunn, T. E. Scarle less than fifty-two branches, eight o which are in the city of Vanco'ive alone. E. L. Pease, vice-president o the company, is also general manage and there are three members of th directors' board who are Western men J. H. O'ReJHy, E. C. Sheran. ail of J- M- Aitken, formerly of Moncton .ethbridge; Chas. Egan of Warner; 1 is the manager of the loca J. T. McDermott of Diamond City; 'branch, and Frank Werley, of Ottawa, CALGAR1ANS BUY BIG MINE Jnc'of Biggest Deals in Southern B. C. Put Through Spokane, May H. Oliver f Spokane, formerly associated with Frank C. Loring and George T. rane in their Rossland Boundary nd Republic mining ventures, has ust closed one of the most import- ant mining sales affecting property in ;outhern British Columbia that has )ecn negotiated for years. It is the bonding of the Second Relief mine, on the north fork of the Salmon riv- 12 miles by wagon road from Erie, B. C., on the Nelson Fort Sheppard railway, to a Calgary, Al- berta, syndicate, incorporated as the foe Company, Limited, a corporation hitherto interested exclusively, in real estate, for a price approximating The Second Relief mine has been COMBINES IMMUNE FROM PROSECUTION Defence Claims Protec- tion Under Law of Limitations Chicago, May struck tlie government authorities in tlie prosecution of the alleged "beef trust" today when counsel for the in- dicted National Packing Co. and its ten subsidiary, advanced the claim that even though the combine were a trust, the federal authorities would be powerless to prosecute it on a crim- inal charge. Attorney Buckingham declared that any trust after three years from the date of its organiza- tion was immune from prosecution under the criminal statutes. The sta- tutes of limitation, he asserted, tied the government's hands and made it impossible to punish the company for entering the combine on March 19th, 1903. The government contend that the statute of limitations cannot run again on illegal trust, that Its viola tion of law is a continuous thing and that its very existence is contrary to the Sherman ami-trust law. Judge Landis did not announce his decision on the demurrer but took the case 1 under advisement. BURNED THIRTY THOUSAND TREES owned by A. D. Wcstby of Minneapo- lis, Minn., for the last two years. He purchased it from Finch Campbell. They acquired it during the early days of the Rossland boom, and be- gan production from it in 1S96. Two years later they equipped it with a JO-stamp mill and it has been a pret- ty steady producer ever since. Its J5. output to date totals in the neighbor- hood of The ore is free milling and concen- trating, the very highest grade being shipped crude to the smelter. The! Vancouver, May 25.-Thc provincial last two cars so shipped netted I fruit pest inspector held a bonfire to- anrt 531, respectively, to the ton. The day destroying thirty thousand insect mine run of ore plates about a laden trees from Ontario, United ton, and the concentrates produced.ati States, France, Belgium, Germany "You need not hesitate to recommend Alberta's Pride as one of the very best beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never be- fore have I turned out a product with which I was so well satisfied as i am with Lethbridge beer. "With such water as this brewery uses, with the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to produce a beer of which I am exceedingly proud." Drink ALBERTA'S PKIDE If you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll like It. believe you'll say it's the best beer you ever drank PHONE NO. 554. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Lid. PHONE NO. 654. C. Inspectors Make Rigid Inspect ion for Orchard Pests The crops around Taber are look- ing fine and have suffered nothing from the drj weather so far. The farmers are all very cheerful, and say Rev. Lajot, Framk; T. aad T. S. of E. accountant, mot .ret been ie rest, of the staff has appointed. The tem- Desbamois, F. B. McKinnon, W. Quarters in the east side of the Quinlai, J. J. McDonald, W, H. Greav-lbuiloinS OB Hedpath street will be es. J. J.'Quail, L. O. O'Connor, of Med- used nnlil tnc and spacious main icine Htt; Mr. Stokes, D. Demars, W. C. Gilbert, L. G. Buresler, J. Gilbert and D. Malo, Taber; H. J. Tennant, Coutts; Rev. Pother Hartman, Cran- brook, B. C. offices of the building are rcadj. Sf. CANADIAN APPOINTED In the evening an excellent ban- finet prepared by the ladles of the Altar Society of St. Patrick's church was hold In the Caledonian Hall. Glyn street, followed by speeches and toasts Bnwarrt F. Kyan, Territorial Deputy of Alberta, acted as toastmaster and the following responded to the t.oasts: The Pope, responded to by Rev. Father Rosenthal; The King, J. T. J. Colllsson, Edmonton Council; The Order, T. J. Murray, District Deputy of Winnipeg; The Church, J. M. Sulli- Melbourne, May Can- adian, Col. Fitzpatrick, has been appointed inspector-gen- eral of the Commonwealth forces. He has arrived from India and the general rtesire A the ratio of 10 tons to one, average better than 550 a ton. The new owners will at once en- large the mill's capacity from 25 to 75 tons a day by the addition of Chil- ean mills aud a proper complement of concentrating machinery. This should increase the mine's output of bullion to about a month, which the shipments of crude ore and concen- trates will bring up to or The constant effort being exerted toward the success of the Eucharist Cdncruss nan .mother exa.mnlp> the women of St. Anthony's, St. Gab- riel's and St. Leo's congregations at Alomreal presented Archbishop Brn- is manifested that his term Behest with one hundred and thlrty- of office should be successful. five cushions for the use of the visit- He created an excellent im- 4. ing church dignataries during the pression during a roceni visit. gregt September celebrations. The sum of four hundred dollars in gold was given with the kneeling cushions. and Holland, a part of the one mil- lion trees shipped to British Colum- bia this winter. There were enough germs to have horticulturaUy infect- ed the whole province, but not one tree escaped the British Columbia in- spection, which is said to be most rigid of any country in world. British Columbia is practic- ally immune from injurious orchard Pests, as a result. Inspectors from their recent tour of the Okanagan ami Kootenay could find no trace of mischievous codling moth of San Jose scale, and report that from the Okan- crops will weeks yet. take no harm lor three ARCHBISHOP HAD PRIVATE AUDIENCE WITH POPE i Rome, May Rev. Louis Philippe Adclard Langevin, archbishop St. Bonifacn, Manitoba, was received in private audience by the pope today. The archbishop presented to the pon- tiff a small group of pilgrims who were j returning from the Holy Land. PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER CO, DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FIGGINJ 4L Props. OFFICE 410 Round 632 WHEN UNEEDUS' RING UP 032 'fmnlcg aiorcd. Quick, Clean, Up-to-date SerYict. Trunki delivered to any part of the city 25c and 50c. of perfect fruit will be shipped this summer and fall. At the Methodist Parsonage, Mac-i leod, by the Rev. J. M. Harrison, on j Wednesday. May IS, Frank Arthur Peterson, of the C. P. R. freight de- pot, married to Miss Ruby Jane Smith. CEMENT SIDEWALKS CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS 1344 for Estimates on this kind of work H.J.GOODE Concrete Works 523 Smith Street ;