Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
October 1012. K uminiunoK DAILY HERALD Advertising is to Business What Yeast is to Bread. Fire and Oven Wait _ '______For The Yeast. It's Up to the Cook to Pull Out a Good Batch of Results; The Biggest Snap Offered 2 lots on First Avenue'North, between liilli and IKili Streals, with Bplomlid 0-rooine'd railage, renting at nml roomed renting at 57.00 per mom i. 1 rite parrel, on easy terms. Can he mild separately for anil Ivcly. ''i'lH'sc will be spur track lols. 4 North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE I Want To Deal A Hmnley OlU'lill. 15-80; practically now. Olvo me S700.00 and plow GHO acres, stubble Kroniul iliis fall, or nuxt spring ur summer fallow year. Plowing to ilono not less-than five Indies dct'ii. 1 have acres to be plowed. O. T. LATHROP, firm Landi Stafford Block Look This Up 58 feel, 4 in. I'SUMUS on 12ili Si.. S., he tween.fitli and 7th Avenues a t, Terms. Exclusive listing. Your Listings Desired A. V, GIBBONS Phone -Eooni D, Balmoral .Irrigable land, fii-lly equal to the famous high-lH'icett (ioaldalo hinds., E. 1-2 20-12-11, west of 4th -M. NSl.rictly choice flat land, OHO mile I'rnm the .SouHiern Alberta Land big ditch: seven' miles from railroad and the luwn of J-ionaJnne. on the How River. Price r-i You can't beat it per acre. Msy for tlle molray. H. A. BEARD, Owner TABER, ALBERTA I SPECIALIZE IN FARMLANDS RTER SECTION TO BLOCKS -OF 5.0 ALSO City Property FROM A QUARTER SECTION TO BLOCKS -OF 5.000 ACRES UP ALSO GEORGE ANGUS ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Smiley Machari Land Co. 734 SOMERSET 4000 acres, eight miles north of Talier, in 11-Hi, W. of per acre for quick sale iSoifth-wcst 32-S-1G. west of 41 h. unim- proved, all steam six miles sum h ot' Tuber at per acre East half 3 and all of 4 in W.-liii. nn-. improved, steam plow land at per acre SEOUK1TY liVVKSTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Ufe Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 758. Room 207, Templcton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond AIU., Phone 5. Corners 3rd Avenue and 9th St--50 5th Avenue and 7th St.- I 00 feet Price and Terms Exclusively R1CHELIE REJECTS Liberal Candidate Elected Despite Offer of Bob Rogers Marine Railway Soroi, Oct. riding- of Illch- ilieu was faithful to Liberal principles iho bye-electa on yesterday, and KEIVC nn emphatic rebuff to tho ta'c- lics of Sir Rodolphe Forget, who, in a rather bniy.cn manner, attempted to bribe the people; with a promise of a marine railway in return for the election of rim Bordcn candidate. Mr. Cardin, who had relinquished the seat after the general election, was re-elect- ed by a inujcTity of about four hun- dred. The fight lias bequ OIK- of Uie nu.st keenly contested in the history of the provincu, and while UIMII? of the N'u- lionaliiiL niiniaterK dared lo face the electors, millionaire Forget, who sup- plies the sinews of: war for the party in Quebec, took upon .himself the task of riding over to the gov- ernment. He used the name of lion, j Robert Rogers as the guarantee for the marine railway, but the Rogers type of 'warfare dees not seem to be as potent in Quebec as it is in Mani- toba. Tho result in Uichilieu was hailed joy in Liberal circles. It is interpreted as indicating that there has been a change in sentiment in this province, and that when opportunity oolites, ihe Nationalist-men alliance will crushing defeat. E. A' Morgan, the Conservative candidate, obtained majorities fa St. Anne. 5-; St. Pierre, 25; St. Roche, o, and St. VIctorie, IS. AGO SUING RAILWAY CONTRACTOR HAS SPENT DOUBLE AMOUNT IN COSTS Hptlifuie, WHHIL Oft. Senator (leorfic Turner is iireparing j lo leave Spokane lo appear as counsel before the United .States supreme court in longest, drawn out casts ever contest td in the Paeillc Northwest. 'Four judges who heard the case at different times and three sets of attorneys have died during the life of ths action. The case Is that of Joseph II. Boyd, president of ani iron works in Spokane, against the Northern Pacific railroad, over] 115 years ago in the superior court of fdaho and litigated since through Uie superior- courts Idaho and Washington, the federal district courts of IdaliQ and eastmi Washington and heard three times in tho United Stales circuit court of appeals at San Fran- cisco. The litigation out of the building of a narrow gauge railroad from Lake Coeur d'Aleivo to Wardner, Idaho, In Hoyd furnished worth of materials to the original builders, who gave a 88-year lease of the road to the Northern Pacific which later took over the stock of the road and so inherited iho suit of JJtjyd. Tho suit has cost Boyd (100 to date; WILL GIVE II AWAY SATURDAY WiiinipflK. Man.'. Oct. hciisu of bishops and ihe stnmling .commit tee of the lovvor'Jibuse of (lie provincial synod of Ruperts Lund, met this moru- ing to ill! the vapaiu-its for, His bops j in ihe dicccsc of Athabasca and .Ulac- I konziu, ,f. R. .Uicaa, of Fopt-Simpson being appointed bishnp of Mackenzie and Archdeacon J3. F. j Robins of Athabasca. FINE SACRAMENTO EXHIBIT TO BE GIVEN TO VISITORS TO EXPOSITION Do You Want to Be Benefited by Lethbridge's Growth 1C so, buy a o-acro Garden Tract located only two miles from its pn-seul limits, right, in the path of its growth south-east. The price is reasonable and the terms are such that you will not feel paying for 850.00 CASH; BALANCE per MONTH. If you are not in a position to garden one of these tracts, will guarantee you a renter who will pay you per acre annually for use of same. Yon Can't buy 25 i't. lots flic same; distance from the Business Centre of Calvary or Edmonton for the price per acre which yon are ottered these Garden Tracts. The price is per acre; other land in the vicinity is held al this price and higher en blou These garden tracts are located Li the direction which Lethbridge jiHist grow, as it can only spread in one direction from 'the business centre, and that direction is to the East, while the cities mentioned can spread in all directions. This is a fact worth considering.. You can't afford to miss this chance of-sccurlng a valuable garden iract-iu a reasonable price on such easy, terms. T. o those who have already bought w.e.will also yearly rental of per acre if they same. Office open until 9 o'clock eveniifgs for a short.time. H. Room D, Balmoral Block Plioric 1425 Lcthbridge, Alta. it would have been alBlost imposliblc !lor the Sacramento people to bring t long distance. I One of the.most interesting features i gl ot Califoniians Tlie Sacratncnlo.exhibit, which is i was the gold and copper ore, there attractitij; so much attention, con- j being some-lOU pounds ot copper bars tains more varieties ol products than j alone and some worth oj gold, any other exhibit of its size in the ,'1'he iron ore exhibit was intensely in- cxposiUon. It was gathered from 12 i (cresting because it was composed of counties through the work, of 0. II. j ore smelted by the new electric pro- Miller, secretary" 'ol tlic Haerau.Tiilo i cess, and it was from the lirst run by Valley Development association, and j the process, which Was only installed W H. Spencer, ot Sacramento, three months ago. Winers have il is a credit to tlleir ingenuity. Seen deeply interested in this ore, The'public ai'P especially invited to pay a visit to this Inhibit on Satur- day wbc.li it is planned should the c'xposi'tioh hi; closed on Saturday night, lo distribute tlie perishable fniit to all visitors, per- mitting of the sampling of life ea'.'i'l- Icnt products of California soil.. Tin! exhibit conta-ins 100 varieties of fruit, -is varieties of al- and the inquiries about the electric process have kept Messrs. Miller and Spencer busy. Another interesting feature of the exhibit is.the seal of the state of California, worked in inlaid with 32 minerals, all from one county, a i proof of the wonderful riches of the i ground in that valley. This seal was I niaiie bv an old" miner who was TURIN DOINGS The basket social held, on Friday, I. October 18, in the new Gold Ridge j school hcuse, just north of the Turin poet office, was much enjoyed by those who went. It is a very busy time, and a great many oE the young men. iire out of the vicinity just now, otherwise the gathering -would have been, .much larger. The proceeds are to buy an organ for the school house, several donations liavo been since. The dance ill Xolaa's barn, the week previous was largely attended and much enjoyed. Mr. James MathewB ciiinc "car hav- ing a vary serious accident last Tveek. His team took fright, throwing him from the top of a double box wagon. B. C. MINING CASE Otlnwa, tins Supreme Court the appeal in Kmhaeuff, ct al, vs. Hhick rt al. was Iieard. dis- t..w..R.. the Sacramento valley is not made by an old miner who was eight a claimant for Ihe premier iionors of j weeks in making the inlaid work j a grain grov.-inc; region exclusively, and it is a curiosity everyone varieties of and wonderful should see. vegetable i-xhibit. The first prize for I Thc exhibit also contains a large vegetables was carried off hy this ex- of varieties of sines, olive hibit, and it also was awarded first oiis> canned fruit, dried fruit, nuts, for UiL- largest pumpkin, andjclc., and it attracts great attention Mite is in reHnei't of an agreement for illc watermelon in from all visitors lo the main exposi- tn Ihe remuneration lo to tliiUllc in -I'ldition to a large jtion huiiding. appellants on a sale of the Jntrrnational ribbons. -AIiilcr arc to! Koolenay district in Urlilsli Columbia !tnkc wlth tllcm il Board L'on- i They daiinui as thoir u'01 fur excellence of j THOUSANDS VISITED THE B. C. EXHIBIT All day Wudnosda.v iliffcrent dele- Opposite The Hearald H. C. HOCKEN limnlity proportion of such exhibit. Owing to tho. untiring efforts of, w. j. Brand- ix'ith. government commissioner of ex- hibitions, who has devoted his time and energies in collecting and display-) ing exhibition, Uritish Columbia j has an exhibition of fruit 'to be proud iof. 'Air. Bramlreith at the present i time, owing to illness, is confined to j his room at. the Arlington, but, al- though not personally in evidence, his I grand ox hi bit is still on the map. j Many people arc surprised and cx- j press their admiration for the exhibit not only are they surprised but Uicy arc satisfied as, owing to the j of those iu charge, they I have sampled the larae red anplo, and j.-iro- all of the opinion that iho dili'c'r- districts of Urltish Columbia havo tlie yoydK anil more than all the Knot- AH one enters llio buildiuy, eardri ill- j rccrt thorn to tho right and riMum on I the loft, whore the last, place is marked I j "Crcstoti" and whore nil stop -'Did i j SJIIKO wiih w071 dor, at the diHplay or iovor sixty varielics of uppity jwiilioui irrigation and whh color, sixc iind llavor unexcelled. In tho main cxhiliin'oii building the Canadian Pac- ific railway arc prominently to j fort; in rxhibithig Uu1 natural resonr- eo.i or Western Hritish j lunibia ;is ;L I'ruH centre is morn than j v.-rll and strange to j nay with Kynilcop-j, known as the dry; belt. 01: U. C., exhibiting their fruit almos-i entirely with the C. I'. H. ex- hibition. In fact Iho entire fruit ex- hibit of the C. P. R. was grown in the j Kamlr-opa district. I T. Slavin, secretary of the Kam- loops Inland Hoard of Trade boing an 'jiilhuHiastic booster for II. C. us ;t and recognizing that this j dry-farmiiih' exhibition plucud liie j Farms for Sale Elected Mayor of Toronto to Succoad G. "R. Geary, Appointed Corporation fniit :illd of] Conn scl. I Uio dry belt witli the C. It. '_ Highly Improved A 1250 Acrc-Fami Seven miles from city, all cul- tivated, first-class buildings; all fenced; rich level land. 800 acres into winter.whoat. 25 acres are irrigated. Bargain it per acre. Acre Farm Seven miles from Lethbridge, all under cultivation and fenced. Good bulldiags. A few acres ir- rigated. Heavy soil and fine lay- ing land. Price per acre, 160 acres all irrigated S" miles from city; aJl cultivat- ed and fenced. Buildings in good condition. 50 acres in Alfalfa; and 20 acres summerfallowcd. Here is a bargain at ?65.00 per acre. ;j20 acres of Alberta's best Soil Seven miles from a good town and market. All fenced and 290 acres cultivated; 120 acres sum- merfallowed. Good buildings and class drilled well. One mile from school. Good settlement. Sacrifice price per acre. Acres j Six and one-half miles from Jirst-chiss town; and In a good settlement, close (o school. This phce in all cultivated; and 40 acres arc -.511 miniM'fallov.'ed; -a small house; place all fenced. The soil is very heavy dark loam, and there are no hills. Going at per acre. The Cascaden Land Company Office 10 Mxcdonald Building t Lethbridge Mr. Mathews was badly bruised and shaken, and has a difficulty in, getting although he says-there are no bones broken. The threshing machinee around.here are laying off while th-e 'bauds attend the Congress. Mrs. Anderson and her eon Tom left a. short time ago to spend the winter in Tnber, accompanied her daugh- ter, Mrs. Crocker, of Winnipeg. Miss K. Gibson, is leaving shortly to. spend tho 'winter months in Leth- bridge, much to th-e regret of ;hw- young friends here. Made A Big Haul Chicago, 111., Oct. blowers early, today 'entered the meat market of Gronehling and Peppeui the down town district and after blowing tiA'o, large safes escaped with J3.000 capli and worth of jewelry; .There is no clue. John Milne, Wm. Southam. and Sam Barker, M.P. oE Hamilton, are said ;to be for a Senatorahip. Own a Home The solid brick, fully modern six room opt- tage, No. 536 12th St. S., is for'sale and no reasonable offer will be refused. The lot has 50 feet and faces east. For particulars write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawer L Lefhbridgc, Alberta A Snap in Busi- ness Property .Fit'ly feet, revenue bearing, o n which there will ho si-ores in a lew yea rs. This can .sell for a. few days HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsiey Muihern Land Co. Sherlock Bldgr. 7th-St.