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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Montlay, .XovciiHH'i' II, n>r^. rim LETHBRIDGE IJATt^Y HERALD Buy Real Estate in the country that produces the best wheat in the wof\ To the Home Seeker �^Vo liiivo JiiHt coiiiiiloted ii fully modem six roomed cottiiBo on 12lh St. A. North, and Invito anyone wishing to socuro a comfortablo wdll built home to come and inspect our work and the oxccptlonully eommodlouH layout of the huildlnB. Wo guarantee both malcrlal anil work to bo llrHt-class and all wo uslt over the price of same Is a decent wuse. Our price $2.000-$(iOi) cash, balancn to suit. Apply Harleman and Shand Carpenters on the Building After 6 p.m. call at 1818 Sixth Avenue A. North NEW DAYTON HAS SHIPPING COMPLAINT To Exchange for Farm Land A beautiful ten acre IrriRatcd tract, in the Siwkane Valley near Post Falls, Idaho. Klve acre bearing orchard; good scv(>n room house, good barn and oat-buildings complete. One mllo to Eighth Grade School. Good walor--an Ideal home place. Do you want it? O. T. LATHROP Ptrm Land* Stafford Block ^apms Loam Large Farm ' Changes Owner-ship-Away for the Winter "Items of Interest This is Your Opportunity Lots ill JilocU 2, Suniiytsidc nt $215.00 eacli Lots 111 Block 58, Moniingsiilc at $110.00 each A. V. GIBBONS Phone 1425 Koom D, Balmoi al Block Xcw Dayton, Alta., Nov. 0.-The ownership and muiuigomont of the Wells fi. Anderson farm at Wells' Siding luiH changed. Mr. Wells whoso home Is In Chicago has been a Joint owner -with Mr. Anderson, manager of V. C. Lowes' l.cthbridgc real os-lato office, and of the farm, which consists of several hundred acres. Mr. Anderson has now withdrawn Prom the partnefship, and Mr. Wells' nssumcg full control. ,1. Ft. .Anderson, who has been manager o� the farm for two years has given place i to Samuel Xoblo, and moved wilh -Mrs. Anderson to f'algary. Wells.station was .named after the present owner of tlie farm. Some diasalisfaction luia iiccii expressed o^ the part of some of Xow Dayton's grain shippers over the fact that loaded cits are not lifted when loaded, There is no ditfioilty in getting empties, and this shipping point has no complaint from this source, but eight or ten cars of wheat loaded for shipment stood on the siding Jiearly a-week before they were lifted. This Is a regrettable state of af- Fire Insurance Money to Loan HOMES CHEAP n room, 2 storey house, on 1 t-2 lots, near Galbralth School- $1.'00-terms, $75.00 cash. $:;ri.00 monthly. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot, half block from car line, $2300,00. $250 cash, balance in live years. The C. B. Bowman Agency aCADIA block. phone 132Sb fairs, nnd there sooms no reasonable reason why It should be. A recurrence will bo investigated, and if necessary, complaint made to the Hull-way CommlsBlon, O. Hardy, of Raley, has arrived in .New Dayton, to replace G. 0. Low at the Sunny Bolt Elevator. Mr. Low Is in charge of the Cardston house. Jliss Tina Smith, daughter of .Mrs. Wm. Smith, arrived from Saskatchewan on Wedii^atlny, and is a guest of her mother at the home of .Mr. and Jlrs. .T. T. .McKay. Mrs. .las. Held left on Tucsdny last for New York, whore she will take boat for Germany, and spend the win. (er. i\ow Dayton will be looking for .Mrs. Held back in sprlns:. .T. G. Ncllson, who wcnl lo Lx!th-bridge some weeks ago for an operation for appendicitis, is homo to his farm oast of town, and ., is ' spcndini;; a few days with Mr. Nopp. I Ilv may dvc'idc to localo here, i .1. Aniiahlc, mayor of N'el.'-on, 13. ' ('., spent a few days in Warner tliis week trying to interest some oi our i citizens in his iniit land proposition I near .Nelson. Wo understand that he .aroused sun'oiont interest, so that 'several will sit tlie Nelson country anvwav. \'\ Fairbanks, who started the and gymnasium. However, we wish him every success In Bankliead. Speakins of the gymnasium, wo liave pleasure in announcing that a check for one hundred dollars has been .received from Air. C. It. Hosmer ot Montreal, and the proceeds ot this generous donation will be devoted to purchasing ajjiiaratus and the general equipment of the gymnasium. A fully attended meeliiu; of the committee was hold at llie Queen's hotel on Friday evening last by the courtesy of Mr.Ilobt. Oourhiv. at which It was decided to secure a horizontal bar, a pair ot parallel bars, swinging hand rings. i Warner itccord a Htlle over two and;hoxing gloves, and all the necessary ' a half years a};o, has sold out to j Lylc 1). Whitney, who lias taken pos-: session. Mr. Fairbanks aiul familv paraiihurnaiia of a modern well eipiip ped gymnasium. Mr. Gourlay lias the work of linisliini; the interior of tlie will he missed 'ly their many friends I building well in band and by the time when they leave lor Nelson in about |iiio apparatus arrives, overytiiing I a week. j Our genial depot agent, \V. Whelp-j ley, has been Ii;'.iisferred to Fort ; .Steele, Ii. C. Mr. aiul Mrs. Wliclpley should be in readiiu'ss for the commencement of tlu' season's work. The etiulpnjent will prohnhly IJQ purchased from the Iiingston-Sniitli Arms Co., ot .will be mis.sed by Iheir many tntnds ' \Ylnnipeg, and as the Initial expenses , , , .. 'are of necessity \.-ry heavy, all those j l.rank Alcorn and wite left U.st;^,,, i^^t,,,,, ,,.,.o,,iug ; .Saturviay lor Dunkirk, Mont., where Frank has talien a homestead. youn.i; people were well and (avorably,; ' 3^,,^,:,,.;. known here and their nianv friends, , . , wish Ihom success in their new home.:'""^ TO EDIT MOOSE PAPER Winnipeg, Nov. II.-It. M. McOon-old, one of the best-known nowsjia-per moTi, loft Saturday, witli his fiim-ily, fC'r J\loose .law, wlieiv bo takes ovnr his new, dutie.i as cditor-iu-cliief of tliej.^lo'ose Jaw Times, Mr. .McDonald jiit5;�.)fnvd a wide newspaper experience, \h6th'in London, Avhero lie was on the start of tiio Daily Mail, aivd other niclro])olita;i papers, and In Canada, and fni' the |inat ten yyars has been connected 'witli the staffs oi; tho local papers, a'ld has served as qirivalo secretary iiolli to Premier Koblin and lOdw.ivd Ih-own, when tho lattiu- was lead.'r of tlie Liberal oppo. sition. members are urged to send In their names and uub-iJcriptioiis as mmii as possible lo the lex Linton. Tiio been , fixed at Frank prove.! up 0,1 a homestead ini''''' H"' s'-^'^son. -Vliierta ntMr 'I'dUiey Uros.' lanil, and i 'I'no logging camps ojiurnted by (be receiilly sold out to them at .Vi.'i.Otl ,L'llc Lumber Co., I>id., In tlii'3 valley per acre casli. hiave been closed down for an in- F. I,, ami 'I'lios. .V!cKeii/le have sold 'iolinlte peilod and last week the mnj-out their mac!iinery business in S. |'.(i:ity of tlio ouiployees ot tho com-Girlon, who lias larjic boldinn's of j)any were paid nit. land ncirlii ,.1 liere. lie will rent the: joim Hossio is opening a grocery McKen/ie huildin.; and carry on thcl,,io,o ,exL door in l,is gent's outlittlng Particulars of. Death of William Munkwitz--A Fearful Catastrophe (Special to the Herald). Fcrnic, Nov. 1.-The funeral ot William Munkwitz, the young man who lost liis life at (he Ued'Dcer Lumber company mill at Harrows, Manitoba, a week aito last Thursday night, took place here today from the Methodist church, Uev. ,J.'f. Dimick ofliciating. Voung William Mmikwilx was but twcnly-si.v years of age, in tlie prime of a most exemplary and useiul lilc. Me, like his father, was a most trust-worthy employee, a skilful mechanician and a clean liver. He was well known here, having worked in the F,lk Lumber Co. mill before rcinovin.g to Harrows. lie came from a German taniily of most excellent character, every mcmiier of which stands in tlie highest esteem ot the whole eomiutmitv. The one man who^flnds It pays'tO� fight other people's battles i'l, th^a lawyer. � ' The particulars of the manner.in Avliich young MunUwitz met his -death were not known bare until after tlie arrival of the body on Thursday, The covering ot a large well, near tlic boiler room of the Barrows Mill cavcd in early Thursday evening, Oct. Hist, endangering the boilers by ciit-ting olT the water supply. The engi-ni;cr in charge .sent a man to examine tor the cause. Heavy planks which had been laid across the top of the big well had fallen in the well when the covering gave way, one end resting on the bottom of the well and the other resting against the side ot the well. � , When the man run lo .sec wliAt was the matter, he ran upon these planks and wa.s shot downward into tour foot of boiling water and was badly scalded before ho could get out. Another man, following him, met with the same fate, and when Mr. Munkwitz and another wan arrived from home whore Hhcy had gone at change o( shilt, they too ran to the well and both went down as the others ' |iad done. All tour men were badly scalded, nnd it is feared that two ot them, business at the old stand. HON. SAM TO NEW VORK Ottawa, .Nov. II,-lliui. Sam Hughes loaves for ,N'ow York today. He will, address lire Canadian Club of that city on Thursday nlgiit. Excellent Fruit Ranch for a Home or Investment Whether you want a ranch to make yourfielf and family a home for comfort and profit, or only an Investment, thia ranch meetn every requirement. YOU CANNOT FIND A RANCH that will give you better value. Contains 22 acres only 1 1-2 miles from Nelson, has excellent water frontaae; no better anywhere. Four acres cleared and planted in best varieties of fruits; some in bearing; .ibundant sup ply of pure water all the year around; water piped on property. Our client wants to turn this over quickly and offers It for $4,200; $500 cash; balance ar-riinged. This property entirely unimproved would be worth the price asked. It's .t rare opportunity. Sec iiH at (uicc-:' is scaire. Western Canada Inveplment Co. Nelson, 14,0., ANT) Le(hl)Vi MAPE MONEY OUT OF SHEEP PAID FIFTY PER CENT. VESTMENT-RAYMOND EXPERIENCE ON IN-FIRM'S TO PROTECT CHRISTIANS Purls, >.'ov. 111.-The Ki\9neh cruiser .lurioii do la Gravlore was toniglil dispatched from Toulon to Smyima, I'm- UiH uroiecUou oX the Christians. Kayniond, .N'ov. !).-II. S. Allen and K Ii. Itolfson rotiirn-ed tills week from .Montana vvlioi'? they purchiisod li\o carloads of slucp IVoiii the I'^llz-palrick ranch in tlio northern part of llio stuto. 'I'lie bunch will bo shipped in as soon as cars can be secnrod to move them. Asked by the Herald what Ik" intondfid doiiiK witli so largo a Mock, Mr. AlK-n said that his iilau was to liave llioin eat uii .the rough food on his farm west of Raymond, Ho believes that nothing will pay as well as sheep (or this purpose; and ho expects to turn them ott in spring for Canadian consuniption, probably selling to Burns or Swifts. Mr. Allen also 'wishes it known that it any Itaymond farmers wiint a few out of the bunch they'may b'e bought, allhoiigli his purpose wits to foe