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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. October lj THE LETHBHTDGE KERALA Page 3 .We have been appoinjcd njrcnls for Loth- lu-idge and district The Security Trust Co, Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan has an Advisory Board in tins city, so that loans car, be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents Alberta's Financial Position Premier Slflon, who Is also provincial treasurer, haVnrel the criticism 10 the finances of the province, and In his addresses this ASSETS AND LIABILITIES Of, THE PROVINCE OF-ALSERTA TO SEP- TEMBER 30, 1911 Telephone debc'nture issue. 209.00 Treasury bills, due July 1, 1912.................. Aiteti Uuah In Capital account expenditure lo .Sept. 30, 1911 _. Surplus CAPITAL ACCOUNT EXPENDITURE TO SEPTEMBER 30 1911 Kleel IJHdges.................................' Buildings and Telephones Total 'MONEY TO LOAN 11! you IIHVC wiint to build lonn you llir inonoy. R. V GIBBONS CO; ROOMS F. AND BALMORAL BLOCK. .Phone lie! That desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standi'no- 011 two o. St. South (Westminster 'The'alACBETH AGENCY TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT EXPENDITURE, PUBLJC SEPTEMBER, 30, 1911 BUILDINGS, TO 00 250.00 tinilding Cost of Site Cals-.u-y Normal Sclmpl............55 Calgary Cold Storage Hilt Park Collage......................... University. Slrathcon-a.................... Calgary Land Titles Otfiee Jail at Lcthbrlligc Welasklwin Court House........ Kdmonton Court Cardston Court House.......... Lethbridge Courl Horae........ Red Ueer Court House I'onoka. Asylnm Parliament" Buildings, Edmonton building Legislative Hall Stable....................... Old Registry office, Kdmonton Land Titles Office. Edmonton 1-ioating Building Calgary Court House. Port Saskatchewan tiuaid Room. Saskatchewan...... Court House, Claresbolm Court House, Medicine Hat...... New Government House, Kilmontoi Conn'House. Calgary j Court Room. Calgary j Court House, tlaysland I Court House. Vcgreville t----- I Stock: for buildings.............. I Purchase of buildings and grounds taken over from Federal govern- 'ment: Calgary Land Titles office.... Calgary Court House .Mac-lend Court House .Medicine Hal Court House 5.000.00 1.DOO.OO 05S.50.. Constrnction 26il.S93.31 21.778.31 8C M SS J2 SO wilhiii one block of tho now from -SI 75. Terms, -Sl ]ic.r inonlli. soliool. Trices balance North Lethbridge Realty Co, 636 DcmoilEtration Farina- Total 5 1.0' 22.028.34 16 15.433.76 1.900.00 958.50 BRIDGES, CAPITAL ACCOUNT, SEPT. 1905 TO DEC. 31, 1908 Veil- 1905 J9C6 A CHANCE TO OWN A FAKM Wo have Ten 180 acre roady-nrade. farms to soil, otv half crop payments. No Crop Money Coma In and see us uboul them. Wilkie Kerr FIRE, ACCIDENT AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE' HULL B-OCK. Next. A.R. I. Offices. PHONE H23 X MONEY TO LOAN On improved farm lands and city litoperty. CHEAP LOTS FOR SALE 2 LotE, BIU. 26, Duff, facing'-Westminster fid., each. Easy lot" Block 00. 55SI. ccch: terms. feet on 3nd Avenue with house, fully modern, J7.000; terms. Revenue. J600 per annum. THE C. U. IJWVMAN AGENCY Ac.dia 3lock. 1906 1906 1906 1906 190C 1906 1906 1906 1906 1906 1S06 1906 1806 1906 1907 1907 1907, 1907 1907 1907 1907 1907 1907 1907 1907 ,1907 1907 IS07 1907 i 1907 11908 i 1908 I 1 SOS I 1908 11508 190S 1908 1908 1908 Gso. Anjui. F. E. Sha'ntz. ISIOS i 'ins Location How River .Mill Creek.......................... Pineher Greek Horseguard River..................... Bolly River y.. s........... Sturgeon River -r........ Bow Calgary Sturgeon River lllhulniaii River Llltle lied Battle River................... Willow Little Red Deer River.........'- Battle River Little Red Dear River.................. Old -Man River..................----- South Saskatchewan Medicine River Middle Fork, Old Man River Lii tie Bow River M osquito Creek................... Dog Pound Creek Bow River, Calgary Blindman River Red Deer River Old .Mail River "South Saskatchewan River.......... .Middle Pork, High River............. Little Dow River Buttle nlvcr fallen Timber Creek Sheep Ci-aek lied Deer River .Middle Fork, Old" .Man River South Fork, Old Man River St. Mary's River Battle River Biindman .River Beaver Creek Sturgeon Dog Pound Creek Biindman Creek Old Man River.................... Sotllii Saskatchewan River Medicine River Bailie River South Fork. Old Man River........... Red Ueer River Cap. Acc't 676.50 823.87 ...4 2.731.37 6.SS1.53 714.97 71 1.96 859.75 60.00 PEARL IN MEAL; WHaOWNSIT? Carpenter Finds Gem in Clam at Dinner and Nearly Chokes f Chicago a caterer -is ordered to urnisli clams for a church dinner and serves a pot-lion 10, a carpenter, who itids a pearl in one of the shells, who is the owiuir' 'of Ihc gem? No answer is by -Judge loim .1. t'avcrly of the Municipal court, who decision in tile case Oct. .19. Klmcr Thiesen, 4835 North Oakley avenue, is Ilie carpenter in the case, lie IMS brought, suit against Krank DuBget, who operates a clam em- porium at 70 .South Water street, for the recovery of lite pearl. Our I.ady of Lourdcs Catholic 'church. I.rland and North Ashland avenues, was the scene of Ihc pearl fishery. In .ludfte L'avcriy's court yesterday Thiesen told his story "1 was a guest at tlie clambake. Duggel was hired to furnish the clams. I paid 50 cents for my dinner and Uuggel came along with a dish of clams on the half shell as the opening course. 'Them's lie said, and dropped 'cm on my lap. "I picked out a good-sized clam, simirted ;l little tabasco on it, touch- ed it up with a dub of horseradish, :l put it in my mouth. .Judge, I swear I nearly -broke- my jaw. 1 yelled, 'why don't you late the hones out, of these clams the mailer V says he, running up. .lust then 1 pulled a luurp ihe of a of my uiouth and there was a great, big, pink, shining pearl. Duggct spotted it loo. 'Finders he yelled, grab- bin' it out of my hand. 'Cliinme that said i. "No 'No, vou said he. 'You didn't pay me for no pe.irls. did you? I didn't guarantee' to serve no eigh- teen carat pearl studded dinner in this clambake. I git the pcat'ls. Vou jgit what you paiil for, the clams and Ihc shells.' 'You don't work no shell game on .said t and made a pass at him. We had a hud but lie got away with the pearl." "TiiiK is ..tile -kind .01 fish-story you read said -'ndge Caverly af- ter hparinjf'all tlie evidence. not judicially tlie court is of t.lic opinion the pearl ought to go QUICK BARGAINS Stagg's Motto: Small KKAU! THINK! FOR SALE Six hundred and Bovouty-elght iwrci, all fenced, fine land, ten miles from Luthbrldgo; five hundred acres broken, .one. hundrod acres in fall wheat; dsvellins house, Inrn Tor fourteen over two hundred feet deou, co.jl eight hundred dollars to build, 129 feet water. Price per acre. 1-3 cash, balance In 3 years. Leasei and liitlngi of klndt lollelted. T. H. STAGG Phone Office 5 Johnson 2-5 RUDYARD KIPLING AN APPRECIATION 1 Hluhhovn However, in view.- 01 of IjoUi sides, the court will reserve decision until Oct. 10. In the meantime (lie pearl will remain in Uie custody 'of Police I'aptain.iUjix. IJaoner.'' 3.007.69 r-.fi5o.76 816.32 882.04 835.61 Prcverbs Hear, ye'chi'Idren, the instruction of a father, and attend to know under- standing. For I give you good doctrine, for- sake ye not my law. For 1 was my father's son, tender beloved in the of my Angus Shantz Room 107-Slierlock Building hoiiEO. barn, from coal mine; s 2 facing east 5 caat, Victdriii Park 1 CHOICE acres broke; fenced, I mile from town, 2 mile: terms easy. Price per acre acres broke; house, barn, 100 ar-es in winter wheat. Per acre 1 fenced; good bouse, barn, well, partly im- proved. Crop payment. Per aero 1-2 Steam plow proposition. Per acre....... i.4 land. Per acre................... 5 ROOM Uvo lots, for sale; or rent at per FOR HEAL BARGAINS-Sec ns before renting or buying. The Alberta Securities Lid. ItAKflAIX 500 acres udjoltliliK station, SJfi.OO nor acre, bal. crop pavment. S2.QO per acre BALMOKAL JM-OCK, 1'JOSUoe Pound Crook 11908 Belly River !l90S Beaver Creek............ ilOOS Bov." Hiver, Gleiehcn------ 1908 Loe's Creek I 1908 Little lied Doer River Heaver liaOS lied Ueer River-......... I lliuS How River, East Calgary -CAPITAL ACCOUNT ON STEEL BRIDGES TO SEPT. Sent r, lo Dec. as per statement...................... 'Year 1909 Small tteel hridscs......... lied Uccr Hiver at Hell l.lee.r Old Man River Bully River at I Year 1910 .Man Hiver, S. 34-7-1, W. 5................. ll.ansevln biirlge. Calgary Red Doer Hivn- K. 13-38-26, 1 Red Deer River. 3. 8-3fi-3, W. Hellv PI. Taber....................... Reimbursement of made from local im- provement, trust funds, year 1909 850.06 846.32 32.07 882.04 850.06 738.61 30, 1311 lie .taught me also, and said unto me. Let ibine heart retain my words: k'jcp my commandments, and Ihe. Get wisdom, get undcrstandi-ng: for- get it not; neither decline'from the works of my moirUi. Forsake her not, and she shall pre- serve thce; love her, and <3lro shall keep thee. Wisdom is the principal therefore get wisdom: and with all lliey gelling get understanding. Rxalt ter, and she. sha'il promote thee; she shall bring t.hce to honor, when "tho.ti dost embrace her. She shall give to thine head an or- nament of grace: a crown of glory shall she deliver lo thee. 4SJ2S.95 6S.S92.5t PHONE I245. LETHBP.IOCE. 13.709.69 S9.li29.07 'S15.S8 si Year 19li CotlEfnclicn of brldsen Surveys Tolal TELEPHONE SYSTEM SEPTEMBER 30, 1911 Number of toll offices Number of telephone exchanges Miles or rural uoln line Mllea of rui-Jl wire ciriuit Miles of rtlstnnco poW .Miles of Inns distance wire circuit 270 12.1 2.480 PUMPS 01 All Descriptions Marsh Simplex Pump DUPLEX To. be simple is to. be great. MAIN ST. VINNIPfS. We hear the name, and it imme- diately carries us away to Iropical India, with UK tinkley tern- Ida bells, its spicy um-slls, and waving palms, and all Its Oriental dtmos- somehow, although Kipling has- written much oillside this realm, we con ect him w'itb the realistic glimpses he has given us of i.hi-j conn- try, ft was the land of his birth, and what man does not write best of what is born and bred in hjs bones. Al- though like all English children, he was sent home for his schooling, we find him in 1882 back In India at sub- editor of the Lahore Civil and Military Oaze'tte. He also did -special corres- pondent work on. the frontier hi Raj- pntana and elsewhere for that paper. It was relating to this time that he wrote "Departmental and "Barrack Room and what vivid, striking pictures they give us of "Tommy in the White at all times a man's we may so call him, at times he has left the prac- tical and stremious, and has sprung the lofty and sublime. Ills "Re- cessional" and "The Flag of England" place him as a man to be remember- ed long after he hits passed away: Patriotism" seems to ever rouse it i best that Is in him. He left Ind'ia in 1889, and went to England, after vis iting China, Japan, Australia and the United States. In prose he excells in short stories. His stores of English life in Indir. and tales for children are unsurpass- ed. K'ipling's best work_ must always rank high, but he is very uneven, at times journali-jtie or mediocre. The poem here published is one of his lat- est and is vastly popular. .MARGARET McCAUSLANU. IF, If you can k'aepuyqur head when all L' "abotrt you Are losing their's, and blaming it oir you. If you can trust yourself, when all men do.ubt yuu. But make allowance for their doubt-_ ins, too; II" you can wait and not be tired by' waiting; Or being lied about, don't deal Or being hated, don't, give way to' bating, e And yet don't look too good nor talk wise. If' yon can dream, and not make dreams your If you can think, and not make thoughts your aim; If you can meet with triumph and dis- aster, And -treat, these two imposlers just the same; If you can bear to hear the tr.uthj you've spokan Twisted by k-aavis and made a trap for fools; Or watch the gave yoi life to, broken Arid stoop and build them up with worn out tools. If you can make one heap of all your v.'innings. And risk it on one turn of pitch and toss. And lose, aiid start, again at your be And never breathe a word about your IC'38. If you can forra your heart and nerve and aiuew To serve your turn long after they arc gone, And so hold on, when there is nothing in you Uxcept the will lo them bold on. If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with kings, nor lose the com- mon toijch. If nelllwr foes nor loving friends can hurt yon, If all men count with you. but -none loo much. If you can fii'i the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds worth of distance run, Yours is the earth and everything that's in it. And. which is more, you'll be a man, my -.ion. A LOCAL OPTION FIGHT Cobourfi, Oct. number of ratepayers of Colbo'rn'; village, it. is said, some eighteen more than Ihe reftllired number, have signed a petition, which has been forwarded to the viiiagw council, asking to have the local by-lnw 5000 acres Finest Wheat Lauds in Alberta Splendid vicinity. Not far from It your way. Only per acre 1-2 cash, balance in equal armiitil instalments, bearing C per cent, interest. W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. LETHBRIDCE Agent for A very A, Steam Plowing 160 Acres y miles from Cham- pion, 90 acres brok- en, yell, improved; buildings, fence, well, ctu. Price S2650 cash. For particulars apply to the Cascaden Laud Co. WESTMINSTER KOAD and 12 Block "W" S450 Each, 'i: Terms 1-3 cash, bal. months. 4. H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1943 Opp. Aloindra Hotel BIG STURGEON TAKEN AT THOROLO St. Cal.hnrines, Oct.. of tho Davy Pirip Mill, Thorold, yea- tei-dny pulled from the raceway lead- ing to the mill slurgeon measuring almost seven reef, weighing one hnn- ilrod and sixteen pounds. This K tlie first time such a fish has ever been caught in Ibi: raual waters. It is sup- posed to have made ita way from Laka Krle to tlie gates of tte pulp mill, where it could further. H look .hrcc men to pull the sturgeon to the shore. lots corner 2nd St. and Sill Avc. S.. for S900.00 each. A lot and a half. next, to ntnimpipe, with or without sliack. special rigurrc. corner Duff, '.veil located, for .Small house, (1 lots, for The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Street ;