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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1909. PAGE THRU The Heriald's Real Estate Market are here to stay. Prices are steadily advancing. Why not share in the actual profits yourself You will never have a better op- portunity, Invest in good city property or farm lands Freeman, Maeleod and Graham j Phose 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 j i Close in, swell residence property, Bompas street, fully modern 8-roomed house, will handle, or Cash and balance very easy. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented, S5CO.CO handles: 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented, handles 1 Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXuiANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 Lots facing east in Block 93, each; terms. 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each; J terms. The H. Macbeth Agency A good Half Section one mile from shipping point and near Lethbridge. All under cultiTation. Also Half Section one mile from shipping point near Lethbridge. Unimprored. Low prices and good terms The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH INTERESTING HAD SPLENDID TRAVEL TALK! ENTERTAINMENT J. D. Higinbotham Gives An1 At Close Of Cardston Fair Illustrated Lecture j -Choir and Solo Contests J. D. Higinbotham's lecture" on Mediterranean Travel in Knox Presby terian church last evening provided a most instructive and entertaining ev- ening. The church was well filled. Mr.' lliginbotham, with the aid of numerous slides, gave vivid descrip- tion of the Belearie Islands, the coast towns of Spain and Gibraltar. The pictures of Madiera were re- markably beautiful, showing the ter- raced gardens, the flower bedecked ravines, the splendid cities with their magnificent structures and avenues of palms, and the blue wa- ters of the bay washing the shore line. Some interesting facts of the lives of the people were told. Their man- ner of conveyance is almost en- tirely on sleds, although, snow in un- known in Madiera, the climate rang- ing from fifty-two to eighty-eight de- grees in temperature. Wine is a necessity in Madiera, and tho people buy all their beef on the hoof at the market places. Passing to the Spanish cities of Se- ville and Granada Mr. Higinbotham gave a delightful description of the ancient Moorish palaces and the world-renownad cathedrals of those places. The Alhambra palace at Granada was depicted most beauti- fully by the pictures. rock and its surroundings held the interest of the audience for some time, this massive rampant be- ing shown from all points, .and many personal reminisences related in con- nection with it; Vancouver, B. C., Sept. Jas. Davidson, president of the Crown Lumber Company, of Calgary, is- at the Hotel Vancouver today. He states that there is a big -absorption in the prairie provinces and the outlook for the saw milling industry of British Columbia is bright. Excellent Harvest IN THE Now is the Time to Buy Land Here For Investment or Development Selling Prices are just beginning to climb. There's a reason people are learning that low-priced Southern Alberta land will produce more crops, ofia higher grade, than farms in the best sections of the Middle West .and the Pacific Slope costing ten times our present prices. Get in before the climbing gets too strenuous and prices are higher than you can reach. A SNAP FOR SOMEONE The best Ranching and Farming proposition in Southern Alberta. acres only two miles from town, two-thirds choice farming land, balance best of grazing land, with over two miles of the Milk River flowing through. Special price and easy terms arranged for short time only Have a few choice quarters and half sections within five miles of town that I can make very special prices and terms on for a short time Anyone desirous of a good safe investment will do well to call immediately, as these prices can only be held at this level for a very limited time. For more definite information write: HARRY J. QUINN Cardston, Sept. Cardstoa Fair concluded with a fine musical en- tertainment last evening. Every seat in the assembly hall was filled, and over a hundred people stood during the program. The audience were en- thusiastic and-every artist had many friends present to encourage him or her. The singing of the choirs was -the central attraction of the evening but the singing- and playing by Miss Priseilla Layton was a revelation of what a tiny tot of live years can do. The judge of the evening was Prof. G.Harper, of Lethbridge. His deci- sions were lair to all parties. He of- f fered many timely suggestions to the competitors. i The first .on the program was the Lady's Solo. There were four -on- testants, -who sang in the folio w-'ng order: Mrs. L. B. Young, Mrs. 0. Banner, Mrs. Kate Lamb and Miss Sadie Wolsey, Mrs. Lamb won first prize. She ''Marguerite." Miss Wolsey captured the second prize. Her song was, "A May Morn- i There were two contestants the I Male Solo, Messrs. D. S. BeacJi-.ax.s3 Lynn Gibb. Mr. Beach, who sang took first. j In the Female Duett, Misses Ida Stacey and Erma Karren sang. "The Lord is My Shepherd." There was no j competition in. this number. j In the Ladies' Quartette. Ma-jfrath': i and Cardston each furnished one, t while Cardston furnished a Male quartette. Magrath walked off with the first pr ze in the Ladies' Quar- tette. The next number was a by little Miss Priscilla Layton. So pleased were the audience with her part that she was twice recalled. Mrs. Henry Matkin and Mr.-Moroni Allen entered for the recitation. Mrs. Matkin received first prize. The Cyclone Glee and the Cardston Glee Club, both of Cards- as well as the Magrath Glee Club', were afiter the prize given for Gleas. Magrath won first prize, while i the Cardston Glee Club won second.' came Sunday. School and Cardston. Each sang, "The Classmates Song." Aetna captured first prize. The concluding number was the con- test for choirs- The three entries were Cardstcn, Magrath and the Phil- harmonic Choral Society, of Cards- ton. The Philharmonis Society cap- tured first, the second prize went to Magrath. Taken altogether the concert was splendid and reflected credit on those taking part as well as the Fair man- j agernent, who so ably conducted the entertainment. 5J Foot Lot Facing North on London Road, Between Coutts and Burdett Terms SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Dufferin Streets SOARED TEN MILES ABOVE THE EARTH Proves That Temperature Again Rises After a Certain Altitude Has Been Reached London, Sept. thin ten miles above the earth's surface is the height attained by a registering b'al- loon which, was sent up by Prof. Her- gesell from the Prince of itoaaco's yacht on Sept. 7, 1906, near Trom- soe. in Norway. The balloon, with instruments intact, has been found by Inlanders on a glacier twelve miles north of Sttibotten, on the fjord. The instrument recording alt- itudes indicated a height of metres, the greatest ever attained over polar regions. Prof. Hergesell has just worked out all the records taken, and from it aP- pears that the lowest temperature re- gistered, minus 60 degrees centigrade. was not found at the ten-mile height, but at a little over six miles above the earth. At ten miles the instru- ment registered minus 47 degrees cen- tigrade. This is the first proof, Prof- Herge- sell declares, that what is known as the great atmospheric inversive layer, in which the temperature rises again after having fallen steadily, also ex- ists over the Polos. It was first ob- served by the professor himself and the Prince of Monaco, in 1905, in the sub-tropical parts of the Atlantic Ocean. This warmer layer at or noa-r the Poles seems to be encountered at a lower height than at the equator. Hergesell's experiments have shown .that at the greatest altitudes of which records aro available it is cold- er at the equator than at the Poles. AMERICANS COMING Winnipeg, Sept. from the United States to Canada "has increased fully thirty per cent, this year and next year there will be j out Americans come to the i i West. This was the statement of Will J. Grant, superintendent of the Do- minion Immigration Agencies, who was in the city today. It will pay to with ut. Pieneer Lumber 242-21 ONLY EIGHT MORE ACRES FOR SALE IN BLOCKS M, L, and T, at EACH. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 .A Few 46ft. Lots in the Wallwork Addition at bargain price on easy terms. R. V. GIBBONS Five Acres Close to City Limits Terms Money to Loan. Fire Insurance. The C. B. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. See us at once about A New Seven-roomed House renting for a month for only TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 MacdonaJd Black PREMIER GOUIN V IS COMING WEST Quebec, Sept. he has been Premier of Quebec for five years has taken the lead in several con- certed actions by, the Provincial pre- miers, and has figured in not a few interprovincial conferences of the highest importance, Sir Lomer Gouin has never yet made the trip to the1 Pacific Coast. A'" The Premier is very anxious to see the West, and it is his intention, if he can arrange the matter, to ;take a brief trip to Vancouver and back next' month'. He is '-looking' forward to this trip with considerable expec- tation and anticipates that it will give him some new ideaa that he' can utilize for the benefit of his native province. A BARGAIN Modern 7 Roomed House on Coutts St. Cellar full size of house, bath, hot wat- er, furnace, etc. Not ten minutes' walk from business centre. To be sold at a bargain. For price and terms apply to T. L PATTESON OLIVER BLOCK TELEPHONE 287 It will pay you to trade with Pioneer Lumber Co. There is Ho surer way of mak- _.___ ing money than by judicious investment in City Real Estate Do you want to invest your savings 20 to 30 Per Cent, on your money? I know where you can do it. The property is Lethbridge Gity property. When you wish to buy or sell houses or real estate see me. have some of the Finest Buys to be had n the City on my list. Sure money-makers every one of them. Come in and talk it over. A. M. MATULIS :ReaV Estate Broker Headquarters for Real Estate and Insurance ROOM 4, BRYAN BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;