Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'Yidav, 11.UH2 TUK DAILY HICHAM) Advertising is to Business 'What Yeast is to Bread. Flour, Fire and Oven Wait For The Yeast. It's Up to the Cook to Pull Out a Good Batch of Results Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lois facing north, ou Seventh Avenue SonUi, on sewer and wafer; near Fifteenth Street South; short time, only-----S3i75Q Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 A Splendid C Two lots opiioiiite III.MV stliooi. I'l-lcn Ilic nalr. One-Third caah, lialiuiuo Ilirco iinil sis inmiths. North Letlibridge Realty Co. BARGAINS .Kor baro'iiiiis in ini'in huids, iinjirovcdaiid ujiiiufirovud-, SEE GEO. ANGUS Kooin Sherlock Euildiiig- .UEALRR-AN-1) IMIACTICJAL 1'ARM.ER Fire Insurance Money to Loan Buy a Cheap Home several modern bouses for sale. 3m; lance monthly, or to suit purchaser. The C. B. Bowman Agency We IIHVC several modem Ileuses for sale. Small cash', pay- ment., and balance monthly, or to suit pgrehiis'cr. r'.. PHONE 13Z5. LAND that I could get along without North east Ono-qmirter Suction Township II, HaiiRe 21'-; steam plow: near Sttfiieid-Kipj) new lino. All Section 11, Township 5, Range acres steam plow. Kast half Section aj. Township 10, Ujinge 17; nil fentTd with acres broke Will sell on; easy terms or trade nil three pieces for all ini proved farm. 0. T. LATHROP Farm Lands Stafford Block Farms Loani ANNOUNCEMENT Tlie iiiidorsin'iu'd desires to ;umomirc thai; lie i.s now locsitcu in Room Hahnoi'al Block where he i.s prepared to do a iieneral and lyHURAXCE business. Your Listings Desired A. V. GIBBONS .Hiiliunrnl Block GOOD BUY Irritable land. I'ully to the famous west ol' 4ih M. Slrictlv choice flat land, one mile I'roin the Soul hern I'jiind dilch seven miles I'TOIII railroad and the new lewn of Honalane. on ihe Bow Kivor. per sic re. Easy lenns. H. A. BEARD, Owner TABER, ALBERTA Good Residential Corner I.ois and liloek 22. DnlT Addition, wiih a yood shack, corner Ililj Si. and lOih Ave. S. I'ricc for a short time only. Terms. cash, halance (i and I.2 months at eiu'hl per cent. Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Money (o Loan Fire, LUV Acciden! Ins. Ollicc St. S. Phone 12.M AN INTERURBAN ROAD WILL BE CONSTRUCTED O- for stops at several Tlio frail- chiHo by Hit: town ol' St. Al- bert provided ilia I the local Hue shall he built first. Spur trucks will bo extended from St. Atbeii 10 Acme Brick lihint, a half also'to Uio Sr. Albert coMiory, the otit- puL ol' which is marketiMl in lOdiuon- loii. "The standing of OK? mem who are identified with tlir- company I8 sullies ieni suaraiitec of our ability to carry ilie Air. Kimpt' said, "ami poratcd In and wlu Ilc dt-lai in ,Will Branch out From Ed- monton Over North Country KdmoiiLoii. an- noiinceiiicDt IH made by M, Khnpe, -director, thai tiio ICdmonton I liter urban Knilway company, iin-nr- September Hi last, will bnilil XoO mlleH of olet'U'ic, linen to connect with iiuincrouu towns In central Al- licrta. .f. W. contractor for construction, has, men on the I'or the lirst unit, of six mi lea from the northwestern city limits Hi. Albert, where a power house, with rapacity to operate miles ol line, will be erected. Steel will be laid the coming winter and it is plan- ned to have the Hue In operation early next June. The company, which liiiji. Under our the com- pany has power to build lines cast, west, north and souih o! Kdmonton, and It is our intention to prococi.1 with I In; work regardless of what course tjie nity of Kdmonion may I'oJ. under its charter. are pro- jtarr-d lu nice; all competition." Other linos projected, upon wbicli work will probably early next year aver Kdmonton to Heaver-Lake and Tolk'ld, -10 miles: Kdmonton to Pi- oon Lake, -10 miles; Kdmonton uk-d by I Vegreville, GO mile.s; Kdincnton 'to George Barboy of Paris and Vancon- file. Arine, 50 "miles: ICdmontoi) ver, is w or kins a charter to Alowassin. -15 miles; Hdmonton to ci! by the -provincial government oi" Namayo, IJ! miles, and a line from Kd- uionton to Jilorinvillc by way of St. Saturday is "MAN'S DAY" All Over America By J. R. Hamilton l ____- ON Saturday the tnerchants of every: city are more finical about pleasing the man than any women could be. Alberta and is financed by French and Canadian investors. -Mr. Barhey is president of the Franco-Canadian Cor- poral ion, also head or a French syn- dicate, 'which already lias more than invested' in E'timonton, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Montreal and other centers in Western Canada, and Is a director oE the Franco-Canadian Trust, company, .J. H. PicKiird of ftilinonton, who is j identified with several financial in- stituUona, is vice president, and among, the directors are M. Hureau, formerly of Edmonton, now a resident of Paris, w-here he is president of France-Canadian Mortgage cor- Iioraiion, and Garicpy, a' linaii- cier and property-owner in Edmonton. Temporary offices-have been estab- lished' at 2-lS Jasiror avenue, Edmon- ton, and m the Dawson building. St. Albert. suite of ing, Edmonton, as 'socn us the big Htruuiure is completed, next year, from which point the building operations will be directed. Head- quarters for the railroad and construc- tion work will be in Edmonton. Mr. Kiinjie announced that the com- pany, will build a station in Queen Mary- park, at the city limits of Ed- monton, to transfer passengers and freight, to the municipal ''street rail- way, in event, satisfactory arrange- ments can be made with ihe city o.r Edmonton. It is also planned 10 con- struct a large cold storage plant at that terminal. The Equipment The initial equipment for the monton-St. Albert- line will be V2 UO- pjifisenger coaches, with express, par- cel and baggage compartments, and 50 The. company wilt occupy a offices in the C. P. R. build- freight and coal tie passenger cars will ho of the latest approved type. U is planned in malte tlie trip to Si. Albert, in "0 minutes, allo'iving Albert, 18 miles. These units 'will tap rich grain and dairy .districts, coal mines, asphalt, gravel and deposits of brick, concrete and other manufac- turing plants in various parts of cen- tral Alberta. An Extension Mayor George S. Armstrong an- nounced in an -interview a few diiys ago that the municipality, which owns] and operates the street car lines in K-ilnionton, Is planning to extend its' western Hue to St.-Albert next year, jioms by way of and tiie Me- Arthur terminal. A. Ii. Duncan, claims and damage'agent for the city, has secured a right-of-way, which will not cost the municipality a penny. The city of- Edmonton received a charter from file provincial govern- ment of Alberta, more than four years granting privileges to build in- ierurbau railways, to'various parts of central 'Alberta. The city has done some graile work-.Vqn the proposed line to St. Albert, but. no attempt has been made to secure right-of-way or survey a Hue in other parts of the district. The charter will expire some time next year. "It Is likely that efforts will 1m made 10 have the next legislature ex- tend the said Gtistavc a member of the council. "I brought the matter up in council several weeks ago and definite ae-Uoir was promised. To protect the rights" nnd privileges of the city nmler its internrbaii rail- way charter ihe municipal street rail- 'way lino will he extended to St. Al- bert early next year. "There' is a movement in the rily council to square tho boundaries of Edmonton, after which there will be no more extensions. this done, as ij. will he in a .short, time, the distance from I be boundary to 3i. Albert wilj foe about two miles." you, inert lia vt (lilV Thousands of men nro roiidmo lliispago iiiuny of or how ftMV of you, realize (ho elloil thai has hocu expended slv l.o aUmd vmir eve? CluMiiisfs nnd mechanics and Lo put big thought upon he has said and done. So look them Over, page b> adxeiliscincnK and make your choice J'rovn here.- Foi these aie the men one yon the most or the best youi men adver- tise. Tliey aj't1 (lie, master merchants ol ami ihe men who liad the courage to Ihe ability 10 .utom- plish. But this is not all a "man's fear, For a, "woman's day" is every day in the year. es by the Evely Sali-s Co.. of Calgary, Mr. Xeiild being their representative. Mr. C. Hands lias moved into K Sut- ton's 'residence on Bow avenue. Mr. Stacy, of the Stacy Lumber Co., has besij in town for a I'ew days, look- ing after his interests here. REMARKABLE MONUMENT OF "WATERLOO" The ions list of Waterloo memorials is 'bcinjv incrt'jsud this by the unveiling of nionuineiu to Victor lluuo on tin.1 bitUlclickl. The most singular of iliosje it; in -lava.' Visitors to Ijatavhi liiKl n column inscribed: "To ihe perpetual memory of that most famous day. June JO, 1SJ5, on ivhich, by Ui'j resolution and activity of the iJcigians and iheir famous gen- era-1, I'i'ince ot Luxemburg, after a terrible ccnliici on the plains of Wat- erloo, when the of tlie I-'rcncIi had been routed on every side, the of ihe world dawned once more-." The Belgians may have won baiile uf Waterloo, but. they certain- ly did nor win it on June 20th. HOSPITAL FOR BOW ISLAND CITIZENS ARE TAKING COMMEND- ABLE SHORTAGE IS KEENLY FELT 4 .roomed house, plastered, in jjood shape. I full lots, Price terms I 4--S mos. LOTH Trice each. i Icrms -S-0 cash on j} each and per jj month. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridge How lsian-d. On. rain and snow siorin has an end to thresh-' ing for a few days a; least. j most of iht! in this district i is finished. i j I-'erno Hros. installtjd an un-to-; daie ligliiiiig- in iheir'cloUiinjr i store. We j.lc-a.Sfd TO see .Miss Hurltmt en duty apaiu at iic -switchboard, af-j ler her recent illness. A. luid conimencert 011- eratioRs on his m-w building on .Main street, uoxi to Pnion Hank. j V, Suttoi) i.s building a residence on the WCPI side of How avenue North, j C. ii. .Mills' (irnjr store has been! greatly hy iho addition of ai gasoline yvsrom. j A lint water heatini; system is being j installed in the Myrtle Motel, which i u-ill hc-lji to ihis onp of the! most, hotels along the line, Tho car piioriiijjc1 is hoini? fceenly tVH here. Tht; are j ly filled, and liiriio amiuml, of srain that is rojninu Jii a; this point cannot he The muss oit Monday night lay united ii; ;ln- s-ien beiiiK taken to- ward ilie of a in How Island. This proj. ci is om; thin should IIHVO i he MhiTJil support every i son ill the disirirt. trust ii will. A Itoard has iicen elected, and it ox pec ted ihai [he list i-jrctil.tted, tln.'i'e will not lie a person in ihe tlis- irii-i wiiopo name is not. pm down on 1 it. i H. Sjioonyr's stock ot' id at buryain uric- HAD PROCESSION TO IHE STATION MINER AT COLEMAN LEFT TO VIS- IT HOME SCHOOL CONVENTION ('uleman, Oet. local mem- bers of the Ma.sonir fralernity, their wives, nnd sweethearts, bold a ''at home'1 in the lodge- rooms la.st. night. Vocal and in- strumental iw.sk- and a dainty ser- vice of refrehliuiciiU v.cre on tin- bill oi" fare. T. Davic.s been awarded the contract for pullint; np the iranu: work of the new St. .Milan's Insii- niie and has ihe work well uiKk-r Tl'.e reelor is culling for volun- teer assistance will) the sidinci; ami riiof ni ihe t' k'iteueson and Lonise I'arey, h.itii of Hlatrmorc, were married here yesterday by the T. M. Murray. The (Tieninny as prrfoi ircd at the Imme of Mr.'and Mrs. Vincp Moroni. A c-niLventiou of Uic W. S. associa- tion of Alberta (Onus Nest ilislrirn uas held in the Hal'l ist eimreh, Blair- more, yf.itrniay aliernnon and even- ing. A ('dresses on the Icr.iliiii: llieiiies mnnrelpd Sail- balit Mt-lmul work. Mr. vyn-' prai .secretary of ibo iis.sneialion. pre.sem ami aiitin-.ssp'.l aj its iMt.siit-on and evening session drlivi-rod op's chaplain, of will Mbit Colcman on the 2Hth inst., and preach the srnnon in connection with the j harvest fpstival and children's clay services to be held in St. Alhan's ,church. Born, tm the SHh inst., to Mr. an.l .Airs. 1J. H. Dnbar, oi Frank, a daugh- ter. A mine worker, n Median, left last- night on a visit to his old home. Some forty or [iftv fellow-countrymen anil accompanied him io the (lenot to sec him off on his journey They formed in procession and marched down the middle of the street keeping sii-p to Hie music of a half-dozen month organs and concer tiiuis. TIiu affair drew ;i hissei" crowd than the passing of Duke of Con- naught's train Tuesday A number of young about town are givjitp; a private (lancing-party in Kagle hail tonight. This is tlie. first of a propose.I .scries 01 invitation dances for the winter iiirmths. Own a Home The solid fully modern six room eot- la.u'e. I Hr. S.. is for sale and no veasoiKihle oiler will he refused. 'Pile lot has feel frontage and faces east. For etc., write to the owner, 0. D. Austin NEW POSTMASTER AT SIMCOE Simcoc, Oct. George Rose, postmaster in Simcoc Tor the pnstfour vears, has resigned, and his lion has 1. D. i-awson, who has curried on as a luir nessnmker for thirty years and more, Uas beeu selected to till the vacancy addresses ;'ml look part in the i ettssMtii Mr aiid Mrs. -I. and Rev. T. Murray, of attemieii ibi- auernoon scssinn. Rev. C.inon A. .1 Hisli- Buy Yourself a Ho me Brand new, seven rooms, modern, full concrete basement; situated on 7th Ave.. best location in the This is :i bargain at the price. Cash only 5500.00, balance arrmsod or will tike well located lots The Cascaden Land Co. Office 10, Macdonald Block '27 Alia. SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire arm ulfc Insurance Money to Loan Roam 12. Hull Block, Phone '68. Room 207, Tcniplelon Building, Salt Lake City, Phone 5. A House Snap 6 roomed .fully mod- ern collate on lOth yt., S. .Den, fire- place, olc. cash, balance easy HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsiey Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock JBldg'. 7th St.