Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
ay, 7. tjm_ THE IIKKALW Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are BuyiMJLethbridge Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five, Lots facing norUi, on Seventh Avenue KmiHi, on and near .Fifteenth Slrccl Soulh; short time Freeman MacLeod Co, Dominion Block 1'ho'ne 1-'12 Every Citizen of Lethbridge Must see The Great View A Splendid Corner Two lots olMlOBite new srliopl I'rloc Ono-Tliinl rash, balance three ami six nioullis. North Lethtridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 SPECIAL OFFER 'Lois nud 2, Block a I, splendid corner, 50 x Irel. filli Arc. and I'm! 8l.-Honl.ii a I, S1.MOO. One-Hall' Cash; balance (Fand moiitlis. Exclusive sale by t R. V. GIBBON CO. BalmoraJ Block 5th Street South Of Our City Now on Exhibition in the Window of KENNY ALLIN, Druggists and Stationers This picture was pointer! by the Uibsoii.Cailett Studio, ilie official artists for iho I lai-rimtin railroads. Mr. Catlett Visits City Catlett was brought to Lethbridge by .Mitfonl Co.. for ihe purpose of study- jus the landscape. He remained in our city for a week making the prelim- inary sketch for this grand Painting. Our Friends Pro- nounce Upon It Many eiLixehs visited our ofllco during the last 2-f hours and inspected this mas- terpiece. THE VERDICT IS UNANI- MOUS .Mayor Hatch called early; Secy MauWiiHug was; very well pleased with the work; Aid. Bowman mid Adams be- iieyKi be the finest they had ever seen. especially the doiail work of the business section. A Strong Publicity Scheme You should see this pict- ure because it is one link in a great, pub i icily scheme we are carrying out. Four similar pictures are being exhibited in Bastern cities, while one is on the way to the coast. One of our representatives is visiting- the different coun- ty fairs in Ontario. Each picture tells of the splendid opportunities of Lethbridge as they really are The Great Mt'lrojiotis of the North A Hi' tin- llial will iliii! i-ity: RAILROADS c N Edmonton. _- C. N. R- froin Battleford- C. P. Wilkie. G. T. P. from Prince Albert. C. N. R. to Pescc River Landing. C. N. R. to Fort MoMurray. C. N. R. to Lac La Biclic. STEAM BOATS Nnnlinni TraiisjiorlliliOM Co.. to l.cessor Slave I.iikf. Hudson Hay I'D., to I.Mscr Slav.: Lake ami Grotliml. Hudson Day tu Kori .McJIiirray. NATURAL RESOURCES Oil. Asphalt. Natural Grs, Lumber, Brick Clay, Pulp Wood, Iron Ore, mill II is surroumlal by tin- best Farming Country in We live -i rewciioice lots iiiljaliiiiif: Hie Hudson Day Co.. ami a! original prices, and on cissy is yo.ir lonunli.y. Conic and make year selection today, fcvory [nt is We Have Much Pleasure in Introduc- ing This Work to tlie Citizens of Letk- bridge PHONE 1235 6th Street, Opp. Herald Open Evenings Farm Opportunity One-Half Section, 10 miles north ciN.of Stirling. Price for -a short, lime only, -SL8.0U per acre. i Terms: per acre eiis.l.i.. Balance in 8 rears, crop at (i cent interest or oilier terms. ui rfi] tl The REAL ESTATE Opcr, Evenings. Phone 666 321 5th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta "C1GS" DEFENDED CRITICS ARE "BACKWOODS NA- SAYS MRS. ATH- ERTON San Hcrniirrtino, Cal.. Oct. Do- Mint Olijiosilinll lo women suioUins L-igarcllcs obtained only TAINTED BY POISON '.OF SNOBBISHNESS EMINENT BRITISH DRAMATIST SCORES THE CONDITIONS WHICH YOUNG GENERA- TION OF ENGLAND IS FACING (let. younger 'eneraiion of Kngliintl is fighting its woods Mrs. Ck-nrude Atlvsr- way through a of miasma ihroush ton, novelist, who came here to I a mjsl> tlmtuyh ;t great eollossal oafe in licluilf of i.lie democratic pro- fidcntial tickc-t, iltsiMD-ECtl 'in an vlaw tonis'" Hie i.-cnsure aimed ai liev the luagnc of I.-M ft i C1 PECIALS SStrti Imys lot.- Hlock 21. Dnff Addition: terms ?3no cash, bal- ance pis a-ld twelve months. Slltir. buvs lots IS-1'J, I'-loi'K terms S'.lni casli; h'alan.-e six and N: B. PEAT CO. Mrncy to Loc.n. Agents fer -The Great West Life Assurance Co. find women are ali trthited with the i'oison of yii ss. :UK! they send wood, and I.M educational system is helping'them in no -way whoever." said (.'os mo Hamilton, the well-Known 'Jngiish dramalitjS, in ihe course of n lecture delivered last nijihi under iiitspict's of the, local Council of would be aatomplishhig more were Vl01Ilti11- 1.0 put. ;i stop 10 the ilnukms of highballs and cocktails by i women. Thai, is injurious.' by women is not to 'scntlemcns schools in nijm-io'is Tliev Rimik? Turkish ;hai Their son is at Such iol.-it.TO and do not inhale as do men. U. school, not tie will made a -I favor uniU-igflTerttt leaguna for bcitnr man iberc." linys, bin not for women. In l-hirope tin- won'cn of all classes have smckci! for rrmnries." y.vs. Ailvfi-ton SHK! that if tho nco- r" I.os Angles tlosired her not to sjiealc lltci-e it would bo perfectly asrcenblo :o her inniViiblc estu'it cle corps developed there. Me churned that half the young men and women who came to Canada from ihe universities and public schools in! did so because their ednca-j Lion had not been fitt-rd thorn to do I anything nEoni! at home. They knew all about waistcoats and ties, and, made a pfeity Ogurc on PicL-adilly. Ijni, Ihuy were the product of a niiiver- j slty system-which seemed ro work on the assumption that it was .not yoo' form to do anyihinjr uE-efnl. H was almost bad taste for English boys coming from any sort _ of hor.ie in the middle classes or Ihe upper classes'to consider earning his. living. Rton men ii-iul the wcrd j 10 dcscriliR one who earns his Jivinp. j I Them was a horror in the. Kngllsh I iniud about mention liic word j J T.od or religion, said Mr. H.imiUoii, and as the elnldven were loff to sfiiooimaaters rhey were really inp 11 ji without rt.'vcrcnce. Indeed, I tho uarcnis were so pro-occupied with business-, amusement and various.; torniri of EGlf-imltitswncu th.it tlieyj hoeined 10 have rot-pot ten all about I .Ihe younij and its nrMs j 'in she 'way of education and instruc-j j ticiJ in the facts of life. WAS SERIOUSLY CRUSHED li'ncw itirn who Iwd been to t what ho was wiyins because oi" tlic- if- r iippr ot to attend the political __ Vcrv Miiall cash pnvnurnl. easy. furllicr inrdriiiniion rail Ai-adin Blork A TERRA COTTA ROSE j MAKES ITS DEBUT Oct. years i v- of ihe fnmoiis hortictiUurists. H-amtieJ dy Son. I'CTtadowu, Iivland, jusi siirctieded ilt prntluc- a icrra cctta u-iiitli 'Mic National Itosc Socie.iy'H v aiitumu show at lioi-tiruHmal Hall. Westminstrr. The stock of forty plants iw valued at i Tin- snlid hrick. fully la l-'l-h Si. IS., is I'nr snle and no offer will The lot Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Money to LOMII Fire, Life it Accident, ins. Office, SI. S. Phone, 12 Fire to Loan 3 lots adjoining new post office, each, 1-t cash, one, two and three years. Lots 31-32, Block 17, Alexander Addition, 5540.00. 4 lots, Parkdalc, 51000; easy terms. The G. B. Bowman Agency .OCK; >MONt 1ML SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fin ind 'tire Iniurance Monty to Room 12, Hull Block, Phone 7H. Room 207, Templeton S.It Lik. Raymond Alta... Phone S. _____ To Shippers of Grain Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINCtS CO. Gram Commission Mtrchanti, Winnipeg and Lethbridge Special attention given 'to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading ot cars. Advances on all Bills of .Ladins il'. desired. Market prices, by wire or 'phone. Office at. Messrs. Asquith fe UndBay's Dominion Block, Lethbrldge, Alia. Phono 1714. P. O. Box 27S. Local Manager I. SALBEBG BARGAINS For. Ijiinjains in I'finu lands, improved uuiinjjroved, fcSE.t) GEO. ANGUS Uooni 1 iSHei'lock Building DEALER AX1.) PKAOT1UAL F Worth Considering -J ruoiiied house, jjlasiereil, in good shiinc. two full lots, Price -SI-200, terms ]-o t-iish. 4-8 mos. LOTS Bo? Yourself EHorae Brand new. seven rooms, fully modern, full concrete basemenL; situated .on 7th AVG., best location in the city. This is a bargain at (lie price. Cash only fnOU.Ofl, balance arranged, or will lake well located lots. The Cascaden Land Co. OIHcc 10. Macdonald -Block Winnipeg. Del. -I- -Millar, fi vat or nporaior in the Keewatiu building, is in the 0 en era I hospital, snffcniig from scriouw inU-Tiiul injur- ies llio rosnls. of a defective elevator. Miller was brinsmK his car down from the fourth 11 cor when thy fuse under the car blew out and Hie mach- ine stopped. There was about two feet, clearance between the bottom of the car and the floor below, and lie j stretched underneath lo replace the i i fuse. The ear suddenly dor. ti j h i ;iiui before he- couid withdraw .Miilyri v.as caught between tite car ami t j h ileoring. His recovery ir, doubtful. I no I'rii-i- -SiiOO fiich. Icnus mi cucli iind [i'or month. T. H. Stagg Co. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridge A hronri Iviml of leather or fabric, in placo by a small catch, has: 'ii invented for tlic of carriage or automobile win- 0. D. Austin -27 Alia. that I could get along without North on-st Otie-tuisiriftr .Section 2S. Township 11, Range 21; strain plow; near Snflield-Kipp new line. All Section il. Township RanRf acres steam plow. haJi' Section :JI, Township 10, Unngf; IT; all fenced with acrcw broke easy terms or trade all three pieces for an im proved farm. 0. T. LATHROP Farm Stafford Block Farms Loam A House Snap 0 roomed fully mod- ern collage on lOl'.li Hi.. W. firo- plnce. etc. nisli; balance easy HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7tli SI.