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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, 1.1911. 'TUB LETHBKIDGE IIKKALD Page 9 (r F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to annouuce that they have removed from their former offices in the Kean Block to their new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block MONEY TO LOAN jf you have lots and want will loan yq.u- the money. to build we R. V GIBBONS CO. r. AND i.O. BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 FOKUALE That most desirable 7 roomed, -fully modern bungalow, standing on two 63113th St. South (Westminster The H. MACBETH AGENCY 2 Lots on lath St. North. f Immediately-cut of new church and close to Adams Park: The finest building lite in North Lethbrldge, at the snap price of caah, balance 4, 8 and 12 monthn. North Lethbridge Realty Co. V A CHANCE TO OWN A FARM V We Ten 160 acre ready-made farms lo sell, on crop payments. No Money in and 111 about them. Wilkie Kerr' XLIFE. ACCIDENT AND UVESTOCK INSURANCE V PHONE til" HULL BLOCK. A.R. 4 Ofllq.a.' A MONEY TO LOAN On improTed (arm linils and city property. TO RENT 8 roomed houses on Oourt- St, semi-modern, S20.00 per monili. THE C. U. BOWMAN AGENCY 5000 acres Finest Wheat Lands in Alberta Splendid vicinity. Not far from Lethbrldge. It your way. Only per acre 1-2 cash, balance in three equal annual bearing 6 per cent. Interest. W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. LETHBRIDGE Agent, for Avery Gai A. Steam Plowing Engines. WESTMINSTER ROAD Lots 9-10-11 and 12 Block "W" Each. Terms 1-3 cash, months. See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel DISTRICT NEWS 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- improved; building's, fence, well, etc. Price cash'. For particulars apply to the Cascaden Land Co. SAYS THE BANKS ARE TO BLAME .Winnipeg, Oct. Magis- trate Walker today reserved sentence Hie two young bank- clerks, Leod and charged with tempted arson.. He took occi however, to strongly condemn Uic sys- tem 'of the banks which made (lie ilicfts liy hoys in Ihcir employ as being 'Llmos'u ns criminal as flic thcil by the beys themselves, nnd thought! lire satisfaction to nil concerned. that Ihc banks should institute some system of checking clerks up so fre- quently as to make such thefts im- possible. Mo- at- took occasion, NewStirling Slirliiifi, L.-Kine wealh- favorctl llio anniversary services and' uiilcclainmciil at New Stirling on Sunday and Monday of this week. Mr. Tail (treadled on "Kvcry-Da'y and the choir, "umicrtlic leadership of K. M. Watson, sang, "'-'f l> ami "Nearer My Cod to Tlicc." The congregation was the. largest gallicred in tlie t-huich during the year it has been in use. On Monday night' a Duck Supper was given in the Prairie Queen Hotel, served by the Ladies' Aid Society oE the church. The tallies were lasle- [nlly arraiifiwl, and fruits heiiig used in the decorations, (loose, and chicken wore on Urn menu and were set on the table with all the trimmings. At the-close of the supper ihr par- ty' to the church, when- a very excellent programme was given. H. S. Voting, mayor of Kaymond, was in the chair and introduced The num- bers. In his opening address Mr. Young made reference to the many -reasons for Thanksgiving, even this backward fall, and in his humorous manner brought forth rounds of laUgh- ter and applause Eronr Ihc audience. Mr. R. 'A- Amos was the first 10 he called and appeared in a Highland Kilt in both parts of the programme responding lo encores, Miss Frances Rasmusscn, Instructor in Elocution at the Knight Academy, Raymond, delighted her audience hy reading "The Sou! of. Ihe Violin." She -was prevailed upon to respond to an cn- ,corc and after the intermission again appeared and again responded. Miss Dorothy Young, of Raymond, a sweet and finished soprano, and winner of the solo in the musical contests at Ilayiiiond and Cards ton this fall, was present, appeared once on the plat- form responding to ,an encore. Miss Young is just recovering from an ac- cident which 1ms confined her to her room for a couple of days, and sang under a great handicap. Her solos Svere much appreciated and heartily ifapphiiided, and the audience regretted I-that she was unable to appear in Fart II. Mr. Vaugban, the noted baritone, nnd winner of con- tests in ail parts of this province, sing with'good of "Angus (lie competi- tion solo at Raymond Musical Fes- tival, was a feature of -the program and wan heartily applauded. Mr. Vaugliuii purposes spending a couple of years in flic study "of music and voice culture in Ocrniiiny. When be returns the music lovers of Southern Alberta may be prepared to go to much larger centres to heur him .sing. Sir. Tail on two occasions introduc- ed .the chairman as Elocutionist.. "B. Young is a show in someone remarked at the close of the program and the response of the au- diencn to his live recitations, war ranted such ;1 statement. Mr. Young selected dialect pieces, juid by special Acquest rendered "The Hull in jvhich he made a great hit. Miss Maud McCarty, of Raymond, was ac- companist, and performed her part without praclicf with the singers, doing credi! io herself and giving UIt- IROWELL NAMED AS LIB. LEADER F. E. Shintl. Angus Shantz _ Boom 107 Sherlock Building 2 LOTSr-Cor. of 21lf. St. and 1st. Ave. N.; room house ,nd .table on, rents Tor J10.00 per mo S iNear new achool nite, N. W.; 2 room shack on, IJ x 20, in'und for 1150.00 DOOM NEW On 6th Ave. S.; lot 43 ft. frontage; houte very and on full cement .fcaiement; payment caiti, bal. terms 1-4 For or exchange on city can all be cultivated; IOB broken; house; stable; well; 1 all fenced; cash bal. 1-J near Vermilion; will for 1-3 'of which balance 11500 easy termn, at cent. Price per acre Acreage for atlbdiviiion. WSO 13500 Toronto, Ont., Oct. 111.-At a meet- ing oi the ficneral Kef.orm Associa- tion of Ontario, held loiiay, lion. A. 0. Mackay tendered his resignation .is leader of the Liberal parly in On- tario and Ihc new leader, N. W. Row- el! K.C., ol Toronto, was the unan- imous choice of the parly. He will (in oh'ered flu1- nomination in Middle- sex for Ihc coming elections. Owing to an accident to his'instru- Mr. 1'riel O'Hrien was unable to give the violin solos announced on the program, and St.. Andrew's Mate Quartette could not be present. On the whole the entertainWnfc .wgs the best over given in New Stifling. aml the thanks of the New Stirling peo- ple is due t.he Raymond talent for their excel fen t service. About was from the affair and will be, devoted to wards reducing the church debt. HYDE PARK HYDE PARK is the INDUSTRIAL CENTRE of East Calgary, having large C.P.R. Shops on west side and C.N.R. Shops on east side employing between them five to six thousand skilled workmen. .Another, larjre industry will sta-rt, in near future employing Seven. Thousand Men and yon know what I hat, menus to Adjoining .Property. Hyde.1'iirk Adjoins all of these Industries which will make Lots ad- vance in value very rapidly. Hyde Park Lois are all good level with excellent view of Mountains arid City and will have STREET CAR 8M-RV1CE shortly, along with other modern improvements. Hyde Park adjoins (Jit.y Limits and Lots are only Half the Price of Property across the Street inside the limits, also small'taxes which you reap the benefit of. Lots in Hyde Park are selling very .rapidly .at, present prices. Get in now and Double your Money. Price for 10 Days, to per lot. Trackage lots to Terms 1-4 Cash, balances, 6, 9 and 12 months at 8 per cent. Discount allowed to all Cash Buyers TITLE GUARANTEE Room 1 131a 8th Ave. West Calgary, Alberta Phone 2299 lertainmcnt at the church in the ev- ening. Stecle, a cousin of Gco. IJ. Locldc, who lias been in the vicinity of New Stirling (or till: summer and fall, returned to his home in Center, fNorth Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. R. K- Patterson and Bunny were guests at ilie Prairie Queen Hotel on Sunday evening last. Dave Balcovski shipped thirty-two head of beef cattle from New Stirl- ing on Friday .last. The bunch was i-ouiuliMl up south of New Dayton by Wra. Lliscoinbc, Mr. llalcovski's buy- cr, and were bought from -J. W. Ross cast of New Uayton. p. Kaiilkener, of Cardston, was in town on Sntunlay. (I ii. C. llarvie, of Mammoln, too'.t the train at Stirling on Friday, for j Uthbriilge. M. G. Brown, oi Sunnyside, wlio lins n farm cast of N'ew Stirling, spent, Monday in Lclhhriilge. Leavitt, Ocl. Williaril A. H. Braihvick, of the Hmith, the assistant principal of the! Cordon Co., of Winnipeg, was ;1 bnsi-1 i.envitt public echool, is expected! uoina toilny. from his honeymoon trip ID Salt Lake City. QUICK BARGAINS Stagg's Motto: Small BEAD! THINK! FOR SALE Six hundred nil fenced, ffne land, ten miles From Lethbridge; five hundred acres broken, one hundred acres in fall wheat; dwelling house, .barn for fourteen hones, well over two hundred feet de-ep, cost eight hundred dollars'to build, 129 feot water. Price acre, i-3 cash, balance ill 3 Leases and listings of all solicited. T. H. STAGG Phone Real Eitate Office 5 Johnson hours ness visitor to New Stirling on Mon- day. There was quite a stir on the prai- rie cast of tilt- station on Sunday PONY EXPRESS AN-n TRANTER COMPANY Office 408 5th Street I l'.S2 GRAYING BACGAGE COAL DELIVERED C. O, D. A very enjoyabte lime was spent by 'lerasting loctme on "Polly Oliver's a crowd of young pieoplo at Hie homo rrphloms." last Sunday or Frank Leavkt, last Thursday BV-1 MIC V. M. ami Y. L. 11: 1. A. last, when a l.'Jiich of horses driven tHr north camped for ilinner. Al; The party in honor of j the s'ime lime a hi; bunch oi sheep "aa just retired from Lilt, ililllll LIU Jl i ._-. nF tlfi> evening, to .IS president of the R. C. CHURCH WAS BURNED The Alberta Securities BAIMiAlN SDO acrw 135.00 per acre. 12.00 per acre cash, bal. crop payment. BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONt LBTHMIDOE. Montreal, Oct. 31.-li slartcii this afternoon in the stairs sacristy, where some hoys .Mr were hearing lighted candles tory io taking part in II Ihc Homaii t.'alhoiif church un the corner o! Atwater and Workmen streets, was praclically destroyed, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Moore and Vir- ginia, who moved from New Stirling to Lcfhbridgc last summer, were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. G. I.ockie. on Monday last. Air. Moore returned to the citv on Tuesday morning nttfi .Mrs. Moore followed in Ihe evening. Mr. and .Mrs. I.en Liniiiy, of Lcth- hridgc, were gncsls. of Mr. li. M. i Watson and -Miss on Monday, .and slaved for the doings at the church on Monday night. Mr. lliliis. of llradshaw, who has homrslead cast of River, rcas! on way to Ihc Duck .Supper when the train on which he was travelling was waylaid hy a wreck near not arriving till the festivities were I were grazing close to the station ami I A' a nunfbcr of people from town walked ,0'Uln mil, In visit. loccasion by Charles Qiilnton. W. G. Bert Fenjrally was a passenji'r lo Hmml; Tnos. n. Wilson, ami- O. .the cily ihis morning. Wight, with I. M. Coombs, toast- Wight, of Card- sion, were visitors last Sunday in Leavitt NO ARRESTS MADE Ueglna, Oct. The reports that five Indians from the Piapot reserva- tion, have been arrested in connection with the murder of the man Miller, Jean liolierlson, professional After the company had spent nurse of Calgary, spent .Saturday, j inflinselves in games and speecivos. Snmlav and Mondav visiting her 'inoy were invited to one of the most sister. Miss Kffa Hohcrtsrai, of the icmptinc ilfaplays ol good things that, wiis f0und in the civic Slirlirig leaching'slafl, anil on Mon-1 make lifo onjoyahle. nui-janco ground, north of R'aginal dav night had charge of one of the! .Misses Elva Leavitt and Jnlin Ued- some weeks ago, is denied by the tables at Ladies' Aid .Sllpjier at! lord are paying a visil to their old Mounted Police. .No arrests have the hold Miss Robertson left on j Iriencls In l.cavitt this week. Thoy Tiif'lav inorniiiB for her home. Niave been Iivin8 ill Aetna for the past visitors lo Ihc Nordica 'ew weeiis. Coni-crl on Saturday were, Misses! Miss I.onella Lonvtti. has SOIIB to' ICardeton for a few weeks. oecn tnaiic in connection with the mur der. 9, Intfi corner 2nd St.'anil GLb.Ara. S.. I lire which Mr mills, however, got! off ami stayed the night with and Mis. Arch Jeffrey, go-l ig on lo Brailshnw in the morning.! service.1 X. H. llannan, of .Sheldon, North i Dakola, was visitor at li. K. I'at-j lerson's last i Miss Davis, a funnel- teacher of Raymond I'nblic school staff, IniL covered liy insurance. Over five now teaching in lilninnore, drove dred children were in Ihi- huildinB at; from liaymond on Monday to catch the lime but all were taken out in'the north-bound train, which was safclv Much church paraphernalia [stalled al Miss. Davis was f-lr-.iunii Ppr-' ins or a lew weeKE. ;r ,0 K.....lav im.rning. Glenwood She intomta to gr Vew DivU-n .v-is rcprrscnted r.l the (or tlls 2 corner lots. Duff, well located, to. ,nw storm lias again each lo c lots. ror the loss ninoiiiiling to fully was able to in the supper nnd day nlclil by Mr. Mrs. McCnlloch. ff qf Misses Morelanil and iscsscier, llow. Harvesting is slopped, Messrs. Dun'rfir, Morgan, nverj-ondy is making HBO of Iho Morelanil, MorHand and rsy, and Ha.vmoml by Messrs. (irnnil.l Caboon returned from Neiison, llann, Hoth, Aif.os, itnis j V-iinlian