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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIBRITftrE DAILY ITERANT) Saturday. Octolwi' Asqui Real Estate We arc' the owners of and also hare the exclusive handling ol Susmess DISMISSED ON A TECHNICALITY MuMICKEN NOT SERVED PERSON- REFUSED TO HEAR THE ACTION Delegates Dry Farming Congress and Others, Do Not Overlook PORT MANN "City of Certainties" OFFICE: Dominion Building Oct. iiotlve cf the application Juul uot been served personally on ilaglstrato Alex. Me- Miclten, but on u servant in liis houses- holii, and beixiuso' there legal proof that .Mr. MeMlckon hud received! the document in time to allow him tliej six'clear days called for before tbcj tfino set i'cr hearing the nuUjon, the' j Court of Appeals this muniiug rofiis- ed to entertain an application by Jiur- rister Hugh McKenzie that the prov- incial police niiigistrnto be placed on j trial for his alleged misconduct of the- I re-cent personation cases resulting from iha Macdonald bye-election. The merits of the application- we're not I gone into by the court, all of whose members were present, and the refus- al to yrant the order asked for was purely on technical ground. YT.'H. Trtveman, who appeared for and "who himself appears I in police court tltfsafternoon, charged with assault and witll the theft of a court document, will renew his ap- plication, and will have copy of the motion served personally on the mag- istrate, to get around the difficulty which arose this morning. The case will probably come up again about the end of next week.. Magistrate iicMie hen was at Oak Point, Man., when the ed with the Dominion government sur-j IlPtice of today's motion was served eet Coast Ocean Terminus of the C. K H. GRASP THESE FACTS Which nt present- prices are extremely good Investments and are bound to Increase substantially in value in the future. Phone Numbers 1183, 1210, 10C' NEW PARKS SUPERINTENDENT taken over by tho 'Canadian Pacific Company. From 1S92 to ISO! ho was counect- Bdmonton. AHa., Oct. C. Ber- nard-Harvey, recently appointed sup- erintendent of dominion parks in Cau- uda, succeeding Howard Doughis, has VCVSi bcing diici' inspector of the I aai" confuse the leg) parties, when the blocks from town- i nspcct of llls notification, ships 34 to 53 north and vest of the j McMIcben was not pro fourth meridian were resubdivided, j This included an nrea of 250 square miles. He iiext allied himself with tlie Cal-___________ _ _____............ gary Irrigation company, the work of the case attracted many spectators. It which corporation has since .been t u-as statea that only in three or four taken up'with success by tbe Can. Pac. cases-had an application of Irrigation company. The engineering j this made to a Canadian come to Edmonton, his official head- quarters, and assumed his duties, iwbich consist of handling the devel- opment and beautification of many hundreds of thousands of acres of the government's reserves, set aside as public playgrounds. Mr. Harvey has been an active par- ticipant solving many of the perplex- ing engineering problems of the west. He came to Alberta in 1909 niom- ber of the engineering staff, of con- struction on the Calgary and Edmon- ton branch of the Canadian Pacific railway. Later he served on the en- gineering staff in connection with the irrigation projects of that company aiid severed his.connection a year ago to enter business for himself. "It is too he said, "to an- nounce a definite program, nor am I in position to make a progress state- ment-at this time regarding any of the "work under way. I may make an an- nouncement after I have personally Inspected the improvements in hand and projected." Mr. Harvey is a, man of reserve and has come to his new position with a realization of the great work that is required "in" such a capacity.' He impresses one as being peculiar- ly adapted for such a vocation. His life profession been connected engineering, and that in a phase of the work in the Dominion parks i wag not represented by conn- Chief Justice Ho well presided over the.court, and the unusual nature of department of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company sought his servi- ces in the construction of the Crows Nest Pass-Line in the Rockies, and he was afterwards assistant superin- tendent of operation and maintenance lines, Mr, Harvey began a private practice at Calgary a year ago, surrounding himself a staff of experts who handled many of the intricate engin- eering propositions that have been proposed' during that time. Part of >Ir. Harvey's work was taken up by the perfection of a mono-rail system. The. company has been floated and Its stock guaranteed. Mr. Harvey said court, tlie present being the first in the history of the west. ARRESTED .TWO NOTED GAMBLERS CHICAGO POLICE AFTEfflvIEN OF '.FERING TO RECEIVE BETS ON THE ELECTIONS Chicago, Oct. for the Arrest of Jas. O'Leary, former gambler thai before he left Calgary he. hart1 bookmaker, when horse racing that eration. the satisfaction of seeing worth of stack subscribed by. promi- nent 'men who had faith' in the suc- cess of this latest brain child. llr. 'Harvey is vice president of the Alberta Mono-rail company, which has a four mile line in operation between Calgary and iUaharg, where a gravel require the greatest consid-j pit is being developed. He and H. N. Pearson, mechanical engineer for the Born in the town of Darjeeling, In- dia. he was educated in England and graduated from -New college military, New Hampshire, and Kings College. company, designed the cars and power apparatus of the system which will be installed in central Alberta to con- nect Edmonton with truck gardens He migrated to Canada in ISSr, and and dairy ranches and coal and gravel took a position with the Grand Trunk Hallway Company, which he held for three years, when lie was promoted to the office of chief clerk and train master. lie was invited by Messrs. Ross, Holt, (MacKenzie in 1SSO to "work on the Calgary and Edmonton deposits In the nearby districts. The P. N. railway summer hotel, "The at Erieau, Ont., was burned. Arthur HunLley, a West Oxford far- railway, and stayed for two years, i mer, was attacked and badly hurt by iwhen tbe operation of the road was] a bull. was at its height, and a saloon keeper, were sworn out t-erclay by Captain CoughUn, of the stock yards station. O'Leary -Is charg- ed with circulating offers to receive wagerg on the coming national and state elections! Ndsmlth "te t barged 'with being the Keeper of a gambling game. The police of Chicago'are in possession of a handbill, bearing the names and addresses of two" men, in 'which are offered various odds on the election. New Site fop St. Andrews Toronto, Oct. .25. .-7 Principal Rev. D. Bruce McDonald, of St. Andrew's college, announcpd Tuaeday.that the site for the now and enlarged coil-age buildings is'at.Ycrk Mills., .One hun- dred and fifty acres have been pur- chased in anticipation of the contem- plated sale at the present grounds. !MiO Acres, rich clay loam, level; caa all be steam plowed; 7.miles i'rom Letlibridgc-Weybnrn line Canadian. Pacific of-the few tracts of the first-class laud left. Price. 818.00 per terms. 640 lovely section; every acre good; on the line of the .Can- adian Pacific .Railway and three miles from elevator; seventeen miles from Letlibridge. Price per terms. 320 well selected half section, seven miles from loading track, fourteen from Lethbridge; one-half entirely level, balance slightly rolling; soil a heavy clay loam, all good; adjoining sec- tion held at -827.00 per acre. Price per choice quarter, eighteen miles from railway, five from' post office: all. level and good; surrounding land held at from to per For quick sale 514.00 per terms. These are al! ROlccfed buys and will stand the fullest investigation. They mean money to tho man who gets in NOW. as these opportunities will snon bo a part of the past that we some- limes sigh over when we reaize what wo have missed. SUNNY SOUTHERN ALBERTA AWAITS YO UP TO YOU. WOkie Suite 1 Kirkham Bik. 3rd Ave. Lethbridge, Alta. There will he a thousand towns and cities along the Canadian 'Northern system, but only one Pacific one 1'ort .Jl.ann. _ A huge territory like Western Canada is the foundation upon which great cities are basis of Port .Mann's Avonderl'ul future. Tho Panama Canal will make Port .Maun the "front door" for a territory many times larger than the average European country or American stale. The o-rcat ports of the world are located on or at the mouth of great rivers. Port Mann's harbor, the Praser .River, is the linest fresh- water harbor on the Pacilic. Coast. "The development of the country and the amount of business offerings by transportation companies indicate that the Canadian Northern will have to do in live years what the C. P. K. Hi had twentv years to accomplish in." T. U. t, vice-president and general manager of Canadian Northern and Pacific Kail way. Low rentals for industrial sites mean mil- lions of dollars added to the payrolls of Port The M inn shops will bo tho most iin- povlant i AViu. .Mackenzie, in the me ,m 1'iovince, June 1912. M le interests control the greatest t lnmis ofllie .Pacific oast, besides seven il 1 jnehilliferous properties. Port Mniui hi U1 future an s the head- llitsc mining1 us. 1 lie.i er, I'ori; Manns lu irbor, is one 1 s ilmou grounds of tho -oiid. Port tmeel to be I he centre of i i The J of the 41 Mann Holt the ing imlu as AFackcnxie interests alreath