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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .The Lelhbridg'c DaiJy Herald, Saturrtay, May FAIRMONT OF COURSE you want to make good, sound legitimate investments. Every wide awake man does. And speaking of investments, in case the following interesting facts relating to FAIRMONT have es- caped your notice, let us bring them to your attention: FAIRMONT is the host situated subdivision iii'Letli- It is close hi, beintv within the City Limits. It is iii direct line of. growth with the city. The city cannot "gro'.w in any other direction on ac- coiint of the river to the west and several coulees to The North Ward is the most raimily portion of the city. Westminster Road, winch is only foiir blocks from FAIRMONT, in a very short time, he the main busi- ness street of the The city has located their industrial reserve which they intend using- for factory sites on tlic east side ot Fairmont. The city has crowded iii> against FAIRMONT. The C. R. runs along the southern -boundary of FAIRMONT and already the whole southern front has been bought up for trackage property. Property is selling far out beyond FAIRMONT iii all ilirections, Lots adjoining FAIRMONT are. selling at from Prices of FAIRMONT are only to Terms One-fourth Cash; Balance 3, 6 and 9 Months LOWES COMPANY Real Estate and Financial Brokers j. R. Anderson, Manager Letlibridge Branch Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford Street Offices: Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Vancouver, High River, Nanton THE GANADIAN BANK OP COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES Arrangements have recently been completed under which the of this Bonk are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points in the following countries: Finland Ireland Formosa Italy France Japan Fr'ch CochJn-China Java Germany Manchuria Great Britain Mexico MILLIONS ARE LOST IN Heart Trouble Cured. Austria-Hungary Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Ceylon China Crete Denmark Greece Holland Iceland lodia Norway Persia Phillipine Islands Roumania Russia Servia Siam South Straits Settiemcata Sweden Switzerland Turkey West Indies 173 and elsewhere McKenzie Mann's Loss is a Swept Large Area in Saskatchewan FULL, PA RTICU LARS ON LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager. A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. C. H. ANDERSON, Manager. A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED 1E65 Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over .Wilhin Ten Years you are sure, at some time, to either want or need a few hundred dollars in cash. If things go you'll need they go riglit you'll want to' take advantage of some of the financial opportunities that come your Could you lay your hand on a few hundred to-day? The surest way to prepare for that need to open a Savings Account at once in this Bank, and to add to it as often and as regularly as you can. We will add Interest at highest current rates. Savings Department at every Branch. Main Office cor. Round t Redpath Sta I G. R. TINNING Sub-Offict Westminster Rd., N. Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. BaiXjTe, Manager.__________ Winnipeg, May of the worst fires in the history of the Swan; River branch of the Canadian North- ern, the pioneer road of Northern Man itoba and Saskatchewan, is now rag- ng in the timber belt to the west of hidson's Bay junction, a few miles vest of the Manitoba boundary line. News of the scope of the forest fire irst reached here yesterday, when a lash from Mistatino said that the ire was working tip towards the de- pot. Fire took a number of poles and communication is diffi- cult. A report says that the Cowan Construction Co.'s tie camp was biirn- Iumber were insured, mill will probably be rebuilt there is the summer's cut of logs In the pond un- burned. Fire Covers Wide Area. The fire covers a big section of the j timber country. For the last eigh- teen hours Canadian Northern trains have been unable to go through the fire. The telegraph line is burned down in many places, and the track is afire in spots. The fire is spread Through one or another majority of the people art troubled witi form of heart trouble. becomes run down, befrrt palpitates, you have weak and diizy imotheriof feeling, cold clammy hands and feet, ahortneea breath, Beosition of pina and needlaa, niak of blood to the head, Wherever there are sickly people with Milburn's Heart and Nerra Pills -will be found an effective medicine. 4 f Heart Cured. 44 4-4 4 4" 4- Mrs. Won. Elliott, AngiM, Ont., writes; "It Le with the great- est of pleasure 1 you stating the beue-. fit I have received by using Milbum'c Heart a M! Nerve Pills. 1 and running east to-day in front Buffered rreatly from heart trouble, weak- ness and smothering gpella. I used a ot a northwest wind, with no sign of rain. There seems nothing to pre1 vent it reaching the d out. A relief train left here this jits east of here. The whole country, morning, but apparently the railway j from'near Crooked River to Bannock, lias suffered little., the principal dam-j nearly thirty miles in length, seems age being done :o one of the best tirn-J completely fire swept. It is not known her districts in the west. jhoxvTar north and south the fire has Cowan Co.'s Camps. ispread, Mistatino, Sasir., May ojmiles. but it must have been many Conditions along the railway great deal of doctors' but re- ceived no benefit. A friend advised me te- buy a box of your pills, which I did, and found jrent relief. I recom- aaend these pills to anyone from heart trouble." Price, 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for 25 at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. MilbunvCo., Limited, Toronto, Ont, of American settlers was quite the ecjnal of Washington land. Lethbridge is now ,a city of some inhabitants, and is rapidly grow ing. Its future is discounted Jo the prices charged for city real estate, but nevertheless those prices are be- ing cheerfully paid, and the. purchas- ers are making money. Outside of the resources which are being developed in whaet, there is al- so in Southern Alberta the coal. Coal is to be found everywhere. A vast blanKet seems to overspread the whole land at a depth of only a few feet. Mr. Crump cited .a recent instance of a firm, which, running short of coal n a fuel famine, started to dig just outside its warehouse walls and dis- covered sufficient coal to pay for the land ling. Extensive Coal Deposits. Coal deposits extend for an indef inite distance north and south, over the international boundary line in the one direction and away to the orth in the other. East and west the forma moment's warning, and while Uie train, line to-day are considerably improv- and the greater part of the men were fed and the fire has evidently spent making superhuman efforts to save) itself along the track. Mckenzie Mann's lumber and their c. N. R. Depot Destroyed, down ''Hudson's Bay Junction, Sask., May forest fires which swept the district east of here burned down the i ALBERTA'S RICH LANDS LURE TO HOME SEEKER rion lies between LeJibridge Rocky On the western verge the coal is lignite, forming an fuel fo domestic use. When the Rockies ar reached the bituminous formation discovered. PIANOS From Factory Home To camps west of here, fire swept on the Cowan Construction camps, about two o'clock yesterday af- Volume of Irrigation on the Increase Coal Deposits GOMPERS IS SATISFIED We have in stock the larg- est and most complete line of strictly high grade pianos and Inner Players, ever shown in Southern Alberta. Before, buying a piano you owe at to yourself to investi- gate our From Factory to Home and Easy Payment selling plan. Old pianos and organs tak- en in exchange-at theiractual value. Write for catalog and .MASON RLSCH PIANO '..CO., Ltd. CONSERVATORY 5LDG.. F. E. McCAW, LOCAL MGR., Lethbridge P. O. Box 413 ternoon. and in less than thirty min-j Canadian Northern depot at .Mistatino nt.es from the time of the approach of i All the contents, however, were saved the fire was first noticed, it iiad j and the loss is slight. swept across the track and complete-] _______' ly destroyed the saw mill, seventeen Canadian Northern box cars, stables, stores and other buildings, and a great quantity of lumber. With the am- ount of timber destroyed in the bush and the ties piled along the track Who are exacting. They usually know goods of quality and insist on having them. There are none so hard to please but will be satisfied with EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES They are the They make absoutely no noise, no no smell of sulphur, are quick and safe.. AH good dealers keep them, also EDDY'S PAILS, TUBS, WASHBOARDS, TOILET PAPERS, ETC. KINISTINO MILL BURNED. Kinistino, Sask.. May in reference property of the KinJstino Milling Co.] immigration generally was totally destroyed by fire this morning. The loss is Insur- ance The mill was only built E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1S51 ready for shipment, which were burned, the total loss will probably touch the million dolar mark. The mill months ago, partly by farmers' capital. The fire is said to have been Incendiary. Wm. Windsor, a young Englishman, in Detroit, look his life while despondent. London cigar manufacturers are discussing the advisability of having "open SllOp." Walter Jaggard, injured in a rut-away accident at Hamilton a week ago, is dead. William Smallcombe, of st, John's, Newfoundland, was killed by a team near Crystal City, Man. T. C. Bartholomew, an old newspaper man and owner of the Gazette, at Norwich, Ont., is dead. The bodies of six men who met ECONOMICAL FARMER May A new idea in incubators was disclosed in Harwich recently. When a Blenheim physician was called ;o attend a woman s.uffer-ing from high fever he heard the "cheep" of ne-wly-natched chicks. A searcii throughout the room was unavailing, when suddenly to the doctor's surprise, several newly-hatched chickp emerged from under the coverlet ol the bed. The farmer, having heard that high fever ran three weeks, and eggs taking the same time to hatcb conceived the idea of utilizing the fever heat for hatching. A genera Tirlrvc ing to be claimed. in the bed. 'l.ne Evening Spokane, Wash., of May 1'J, I'.MU. says: George Crump, a real estate man of Leth- bridge, who is here on business speaks very favorably of conditions in that city and surrounding country to American and to that portion of it which original es in the Inland Empire. He says that the volume of immi- gration from the United States into Canada was never greater than it 5s at the present time. Furthermore, thai whereas formerly there was little coming from Spokane and this vicin tty, now there Is a considerably large number of such incomers. This he attributes to the compara- tively low price of lands in Southern Alberta. There land may be obtain- ed for ?10 to an acre where It is at a considerable distance from trans-j portation. No such prices, under similar conditions are to be obtained, according to Mr. Crnmp, who is an American, in the best sections of the Palouse or of the big Bend country. Fine-Crops Produced As to the relative qualities of the soil, Mr. Crump was not so emphatic, though at tho same time pointing out that the land was virgin and was pro- ducing great crops, and in the opinion Washington, May would rath- er be president of the American Fed- eration of Labor- than to hold any oth- er office on declared Samuel Gompers. president of the American Federation of Labor, in assuring the house 'committee on labor today that he had no ambition to become secre- of LOVE SICKNESS NO BAR IN BASEBALL New'.Orleans. May Ken- nedy of the Cleveland club is one of the big league scorns who refuse to pick up a youngster who has symp- toms of lovesickness. When he goes scouting he looks for hall players, and he inquires into their habits, but he does not turn a prospect down jnst because he may be having day dreams tary of the proposed department labor, the establishment of which was urging. "The president should have a man in his cabinet who knows labor eon- of a lady love. he1 Some good young ball players lose chances to break the majors be- cause their habits are not good. A scout from the big show not only ditions, one not necessarily risen from the ranks, but one who is still of the ranks." said Mr. Gompers. "The cre- ation of a department of labor will help to solve the greatest question of modern labor question. It will solve one of the problems of life; help to dignify labor and to secure more even-handed justice for the workers." watches a performer on the diamond "hut gets a good peep into his life off the fie'id. Some scouts will not take a young fellow who Is in love for fear he will think more about the girl he left behind than about base- ball. J. Galloup has purchased the Erwin ranch west of Claresholm. PONY EXPRESS CO; DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FIGG1NS A. SERREL, Props. OFFICE 410 Round 632 WHEN UNEEPUS RING UP 032 Trunks r.tored. 'Quick, Clean, Up-to-date Service. Tnmka delivered to any part of the city 25c and 50c, ;