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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October THE LETHBRTDOE DAILY ITERATE Paw 7 We have been appointed agents for Loth- bridge and district tie Security Trust Co. OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an .Advisory Board in this ;city, stf that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. Clowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents INSURANCE LETHIHIDOC PHONE (23 INSURANCE AND COAL; HULL SLOCK, Next. A.R. Offleu. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Street Soiith Fine 5 roomed house,, wfltcr closet, eledric furnace. Completely fenced; ideal home for small family. Pried sale.-' cash, balance very easy terms. Apply B.H.MOTT c-o 904 0th or PHONE Vs. SNAPS 3 lots, Puff Addition, close to school, on ter Easy Terms R. V GIBBONS CO. FOB SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 63113th St. South (Westminster Terms arranged, The H. MACBETH AGENCY FROM FAR NORTH RAYMOND COUNCIL TO PINCHER CREEK! ROUTINE BUSINESS 5 roomed 1 J-2 storey house on 3rd Ave. N. with city vatei and light, all in splendid shape; price cash, balance a month. North Lethbridge Realty Co. 6tt r Canadian Northern Will i Seel; Charter for a Line (Kilincmlon A railway to the Pence River coun- try is coming nearui in prospect. At Hie next session 'ot Hie Legislative Assembly o( Alberta, Hie Cuiiiiuiuii Northern Western will seel: power to build ami operate a line, ot railway from ,1 point on Uic Athabasca Lsnd- iiil! lino of the Kdinonlon and Slave Lake Knilway Company at or near the 'Landing, thence in a northerly di- rection to a point at or near i'eace River Landing. The C.N.R. .Peace Fliver lino would thus form an exten- sion of (be Athabasca Landing line now Hearing Completion. Another important territory which the C.N.K. will seek permission from the Legislature to enter is tho coun- try south-west oi Kdmonlon, as yet imservcu by any railway line. The Canadian Northern Western will ap- atc a road from South Edmonton in ply for the right to build, and oper- a generally south-western direction [ol a distance oi fifty n.ilcs. In the form of an amendment to the act incorporating the Canadian Northern Western Railway Company, will seek the right to lay out, construct, and., operate no fewer than fourteen new lines of rail- way. The general .description of these lines is as follows J. From a point on the Edmonton [and Slave Lake Railway at or near Athnuascii Landing, thence in a gen- erally northeasterly direction to a point on the Athabasca Kiver at or near Fort McMiirray. 2. From a .point on the line de- scribed in thence in a' generally easterly direction :to a point at or near Lac la Riche. 3. From a point on the constructed line of .the Canadian Northern Rail- way at or near Edmonton thence in a northeasterly and easterly direc- tion' on the north1 side of the North Saskatchewan river to the eastern A GOOD INVESTMENT "Look Into It" two brick coltases on corner of Barllett street and Reed street, revenue S780 ner iir.num. i Price Terms J3000 cash, balance lour Wilkie Kerr MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm-lands and city property.- CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE One lot in on water'anrt sewer, 1450; balance ?1.5 per month. Two lots. Block 90, each; terms.. 73sf25 feet OD 2nd Avenue with house, fully modern, 17000; terms. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY -Acudia Block. Phone 1325. boundary of tliu province of Alberta. 4! .'.From a point on llic constructed line of the Canadian Northern Rail- way at or "near Hriiderhcim thence in a generally southeast Raymond, Oct. McCurty a frlendg on Tliurn- liny nlght.; The pariy wits out of the ordinary, ju that HO mo now and ok! fntroduct-d, making the KtUJierinK unUitm In its programme. Mrs. Wiitid, who hns Imd charge of the dreas goods department ot tho Itnyjnond Mci'oiuitilc1 Co., lias sovor- oil her connection with that firm, V. H. Yint', u celeKtiiil, 1ms a and confectionery In the shop 'recently vacated by Thos. Ott. Mr. Yfaig'lfailH Troin Taher. ''A. of the 'British and Colonial Photographic Co.-, was In Raymond yesterday, taking photo- graphs of the factory for the Knight Sugar Co. Some good exposure's niade. A great d-eal of dissatisfaction has heen caused th-e farmers of tho fiay- tnond district because of Lho lack of iiiachlneB for threshing. One large farmer has his crop niady, hut is un- able to get a muchine. Some oE the culverts over the irn-. gallon ditches in "the vicinity of the1 are badly in need of repair. The one over the.main ditch of.Ray- mond, Is very bad. Two hygc holes In the planking just where a team of horses tho bridge is liable for which some'one'will be responsible.-' Ortho Fairbanks, an ohMime resid- ent of'llaymo'ml, who at. one time ran bachelor's hall with "ye.- Kditor." has'recently b4en appointed overseer of the woodwork department of the public schools of Salt Lake City ,Ui.- ah. We w.ish him success In his new poaition.-rjKaymoud Leader. A suggesfioh as to who edits.the "LCnight Academy appearing ill the Herald and Leader, may be gathered .from the fact that no in- timation of President Brarnweil'B gift of a. iraw steel range for use in the Donvestlc Science department, of the Kn'ight Academy Jias appeared in them. The President shrinks from publicity. The, regular monthly meeting of the Town Council was held. Friday night; in the "Council Chamber, May- or Young in the chair, and Council- lors Fox, Card, Jlawkins, McDnffee and .'Rplfson; with Secretary-Treasur- er Holt around the board. A petition was presented from Chas. Silman and others, asking for a 'bridge on-First BOROEN'S MAJORITY' REDUCED Halifax, Oct. the official re- count 'Dorden's majority Hi this city lias been reduced tb .100, Oo' ballots having Jieen thrown out on account of the fact that the deputy officers left the numbered counter- toils on the baliota. AVIATION MEET POSTPONED hig aviation neet liTthik city 'benn poatpmierl i for wwk King and Greasier, who have both had accidents and smRBhfld their could makw repairs. to a "point, at.or .near Vermilion thence in a southerly 'di- rection to a point on 'the southern boundary of.the Province of Alberta. 5. From a point, on the construct- ed line .of the Edmonton, Yukon.and Pacific Railway Company, between Plain and Wabanumi Lake thence in a generally'southeasterly dircctiqn'to a point at or near Township 4-9.. Range 8, West of. the.Fifth' Meridian.1 B. From a point oh' the authorized line of .the Canadian.Northern Alber- ta Railway Company at or near Br.uli! Lako thence in a -generally, northwesterly direction Ihirty-fiva (35) miles 7. Fronii ft-ppint. on the authorized iine of the Canadian Northern Alber- ta Railway Company at or near Brule Lake -thence in a generally northerly direction to1 a point on the authorized line of tho Canadian -Nor- thern Western Railway company. 8. From poiril; on; the'Jarttfiprized line o( the West- ern ..Railway-.Company, afr.or-jujar-the crossing of the Little Smoky1' River thence in a. northerly and .northeast- erly, direction to a point at or near Lesser, Slave Lake. lK From a point on flic authorized line of. the Canadian Northern West- ern Railway Company's 'Brazeau Branch at or near l-hc Medicine 4Riv- cr thence in a generally southerly direction to a point at or near the Town-of Pincher Creek, 40... From a point afc or near-Gam-, a generally .southeas- terly direction to a point Lorn-boundary of the Province, ot'.AI- beria; r. 11....From a point on the izetrime of the Kdmonlon and Slave Lake Railway Company at or. near Athabasca Landing thence in.a.iior- (therly direction to a point at or-near Peace River .Landing. _. 12. From n point-on the construct- ed line between Hig Valley and Stct- tlcr southeasterly to a junction witb tho .Saskatoon-CjilRary line. street South, over th-e canal that rune along Fourth street West. The council concluded that the town funds, not warrant the expendi- jture, and as there Is'a bridge un was .decided not to DRU TKer "II Wn mtch by Try Moll son, bo., w American today has a despatch from St. John's; Nfld., telling, of .alleged wonderful gold discovery in Baffin's Land. year. There is not a great -deal of politi-1 HE IS CHARGED WITHJMUGGLING Pembinn, North Dakota, Oct. Charged witii being linked in a ays- cm that hns boon carrying on simie- iling .-i-nrations 'lotvrecu Winnipeg int) St. Tor at lii.'ist six inonlhs, u. Wilkinson, of St. t'mil, wns arrest- 13. From a point af; or near Cal- cit.v last nlglil. Me ia a thence in a generally northerly baggageman on the Northern 1'nclflc for a tlistancc of seventy direction miles. from a point nt or near Town of Strallicona thence general- ly in a soulhwt'sterly direction for distance of fifty miles. CAN'T CROSS THE TRACKS Oct. the ground that the application had not lioen nroporly Incorporatcd by tile Aiberia legisla- ture, the bonrd of railway commis- sioners hna practically to grant the C. N. K. permission to cross (ho tracks of tho Alberta well of lied Dcvr. Central freislit train from St. Paul to Winni- peg, and has been taken Into cus- tody by a United States Deputy Mar- shall. Ills arrest is tho direct result of a seizure of merchandise made in Grand Forks Tuesday night by Special Agent lieorgo W. Foulhes, St. Paul, and .Hid. Lamonrc, jr., collector ot customs In North Dakota, and a war- rant was sworn out by a special of- ficer. An employee of (he Canadian Nor- thern fly. running between. Winnipeg .nd Pembina, and who is said to buve acted in conjunction with tbe St. Paul baggageman. Is one of the other whom H is said action will be inkon by the American cus- toms officials. 160 Acres 5 miles from Cham- pion, 9-0.acres brok- en, well.. buildings, fence, well, etc. Prioe 52850' f L250 cash. For particulars apply to tbe Cascaden Land Co. (Special to the Creek, Oct.. .aj iijise of considerable time, jrcal talk to be heard in town at pre's- iie-.Sunny .Alberta weather, is: "boss lent and not likely to be until, tlie these conditions here once more. name, ot'-thc Liberal candidate for and line legislature is known. The Liberal sandwiched by an occasion-'convention takes place in the opera al spell, but now everyone wears house here tomorrow afternoon, when a pleasant' smile and threshing oper-ja candidate: will he placed in ilie field, ations go joyously on in Cowley, imagine they know Fislihuni and other districts around who the carulidate but, it isi bere; guess work or an assumption of While there is no question but entirely Out ofjtheir reach, iho grow'tii of field crnps were dp- The fight for the provincial housqj cidctlly backward In several settle-; however, bids fair to he more keenly ments, the enormous yields which are than that for the federal house, if such were possible. hospital .shower'held in the house I-'riday night in aid of tlie. Memorial -was.-3 well- aitemled affair and the donations of (supplies for thai, institution were hiolh nmnetoiis and'appropriate. Kuv. JH.-R. Grant, of Fcrnic, and. T. J, j Curribcrlnnd gave addresses during 'the evening, Mrs. T. -J. M.oore also i contributing-a solo. 'Some very fine I selections from the orchestra intcr- i'spersed the doings of the evening ami the whole, affair was a success in levery parfinulal': j Several improvements are notice- juhlc in the .nianageincnt of the King [Edward hotel since the first of tfic month, Jncidcnfr to the Messr.s. Dap- per, the new proprietors, having tak- en over ilie business. The new' hind- lords hail from near Mouse .law. The former proprietor, -I. is now in (lolden, H. C. Tlie ladies (In1 Methodist church sre taking time by-tho' forelock anil are already, making .arrangements for a liaxaar jinif tea on. December 5th. Out of three who submitted tenders for Cue building of an addition to the power house, Oco. lilake received the job, lii.s being 5000 nnd the lowest. The addition is already in eoiirse of construction. Tlie Methodist choir goes from here. on Xovember 3rd to assist at a con- cert given by the Ladies' Aid at Sum- weather conditions the district as a whole will at least he immeasurably I.. r better off than if was this time last POSTMASTER DEAD Brocltville, .Ont., Oct. Lew- [lostniaster and division court clerk WESTMINSTER 110 A I) Lots 9-10-11 ami 12 Block "W" S450 Each. Terms 1-3 cash, bal. See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel is, at-Newborn, is dead, from pneumonia. He was a-'leading mer- cliant oE the town for'-forty years. CHEAP 160 acres im- proved near Kipp Only cash balance easy ,W.R! DOBBIN 310 7th St. Lethbridge A SNAP __ 7 lots, corner of 7th avenue south, (London Hoad) and 31st street, for incliiding lot forty-one feet. Terms. Henry Marquis has received a re- newal of his license for the Alberta linlol from the commissioners. I The annual thanksgiving supper of Sherlock Bldg. the ladies of St: .John's t-hurch Guild i is to be liehl in the opera house on Monday, October 30th. There was not a large attendance; a I: thn, motion picture show exposing the white slave trade, on Thursday1 The Dowsiey Mulhern Land Co. 7th Street ;