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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'htirMlH.V. HM2. THE LETHB1UDOE DAILY HERALD .1 Many Shrewd Outside Investors A re Buying Lethbridge Property Moit WriinliMrj Opportunity to Stcore a Home' of payment in-ranged over a porlod of years. We instructed by tho owner to sell llwso milemlhl, fully modern tnven ronmeil dwelling holmes. Corner 7th avenue "nil 8th street sontt. at prices and limns as follows: No. balauco In ten i-qual half-yearly payments. at each; cash, bnltt-nw as above. Bach property lias a frontage of forty-one and one-third feet. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO R. V. GIBBONS COMPANY Block SOLE AGENTS If You Want To ' n house, or buy one; Sell n house, or build one. .Call up ;uid ask for Our Department. MITFORD COMPANY WILL JOIN IN THE RECEPTION TO DUKE School Scholars Will Play Important New High School Investigate 5 lots in Block 19, Alexander Addition, opposite Queen Victoria' Park, for.a few days only, each Terms J-3-cash, balance ti and 12 months. Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1114 PHONE 131- Fire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per month The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1321. Give ui a trial for those harvest men you are needing. Satisfaction GuarAnteed. T. H. Stagg Co. EmploymentAgency JOHNSON Bl.K. Phone 1327 LETHBRIDGE For sale 160 acres, close to Tiber, S25.00 per acre. Terms 53.00 per acre cash, balance crop payments. Some excellent buys In Lcthbridse property. See us before buy- ing elsewhere. T. H. Stagg Co., Employment Agency JOHNSON BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lots lacing- north, on Seventh Avenue sewer and Fifteenth Street South; short time Freeman MacLeod Co, Dominion Block Phone 1212 SECURITY IXVKSTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block. Lethbrfdae. Phons 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. PHONE 1412 P. 0. DRAWER 615 Harris Olson Agencies Estate..... Cretton Fruit Lands Can. Railway Accident Ins, Fire and Life Insurant C. P., R. Labor Agents General Employment Agency Agents for Oliver Typewriter Steamship Agents ROOMS 2 and 4, BEGIN BLOCK Lethbridge, Alberta Special for this week 2 lots each foet wide; close to new school. Price for the pair. One-half cash, balance in three months. North Letribridge Realty Co. At the regular mooting of tho school lioarrl held last oven ing, it was de- cided to prepare an inldresH tiorn tlie .schools Tor presentation oil' oc- casion of tho visit of Their Hlghncfi'oOH. the Duho of Cbnmnight, the UuehuKsi, and Hie Princess The school hoard nlso decided timt that should piny an important the civic welcome, mid will iisk the1 entertainment committee tlmt (hey be given a place in the reception j line next, to the members of the cily council. Arrangements were also made to as- sist the cadets in every way possibin to perform their part of the ceremony in cnucrtaining Hie ducal party. Tho battalion will parade to Knox church on Sunday morning, weather perniRi- ing. Machinery was also net in motion for the erection of the new High school which is to be erected next year on the 6th Are. site. The super- intendent was instructed to communi- cate with the more important school hoards throughout the Dominion for the purpose of getting draft plans for the new school, and- it is likely that during the winter' the" detailed plan si will be drawn and the financial ar- rangements completed so that the con- tract may he awarded early next spring. Many New Scholars Although the schools were in SCH- for only five days in and many pupils have not rts re- turned from their, midsummer vaca- tion, (.he report of Superintendent Hamilton shows that Ihere is an in- crease in attendance of -23 .per cent over August of last year. The enroll' menV for August was 117S, as against 95-J last year, an increase ing that the school population is rapidly increasing. At, the present there are 4i teachers employed by the board of education. Tina is an increase of eight, over last year. Four are special instructor, in- cluding the two -oew instructors who Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY ''Iteal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOE, 1183, 1210, 1007, RT. HON. WALTER LONG, M.P. Secretary for Ireland, and one of the strongest men in the Unionist party, who Is making a tour of Canada and will speak at several of the larg er cities HAVE WEDDINGS ATCLARESHOLM MR. E. T.'SCAMMELL- Secretary of the Naval and Military Emigration League of Great Britain. He is visiting Canada with a view to _____ enlisting the co-operation of the Do-1 minion and Provincial governments, 1 TWO -YOUNG LADIES ASSUME and the various Imperial societies in; MATRIMONIAL .RESPONS1- findlng homes retired Brit- ish soldiers seamen BILITY HONORED--MEMORY The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIKE INSURANCE Keal Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBKIDGE We Are Going to Sell On: ten acre hundred acres choice fit Creston U. C. and give some one the balance of the tract, twenty-three acres. This te ideal land. Price and terms are right. Have you ever investigated Creston? Firm O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farrtii Labor Day the was quiet and there wore no local Many went to Cal- PCM DflATlI'Sa1' to swt'" k'1" Stampede crowd. lifer! 1 Ft i ollr correspondent traversed some i uf the country" east .of town yester- i day and tlic crops looked very Latest reports-have it tliat the dam- age to crops hy mist was infinitcsi- nial. The frost was? a while one ami did not, of course, dn the. damage Ihai a frost without; hoar front' A "luad uf No. .'I Xorlhern waa graded at, Woodhoust; today which is j a promising start. j! The-marriage is taking place in IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT GRAN SHORTAGE ,OF LABOR A GOOD SNAP 1! lots and semi-modern cottage in warehouse district .on Sec- ond, Avenue South, cash; balance ra IT and 12 Aupl> L. S. RIPLEY CO. (.'raiibrook, Sept. memoriii 1 I service for the, late head of the Sal-j vation Army. General Poc-ih. was held j in the auditorium on Sunday- night, j The theatre was pack-id, people even j sutmling at ite'tacfeV' front of! tllls 'vwk OI ol Ulc' the stage was suitably dnspad ami in! I'anmlian Pacific- Raihvay have to take charge of j fronj Of the chairmrn'-' desk wa yiiss Dora MoHtiiunn, sis-f large portrait late Uenoral i the manual training department. Class- es in manual will be com- Rooth. Stride, coiiimuinHns the local coi'p, took chart-3 of the metiing Ovley nanth. Willow lolm Miidu-l! of the menccd this weak, certain hours befcig given over in each school for .that purpose. '_ land with 1'im on Uio iiiaifonti ivere! ws now ('pjivalesccnt after, his aitack Thanked Mr. Magrath the itev. Dmmam, pastor of the- of mountain ic-ver. Tho board passed a vqibfIhMte -M-nuoriisi, dn.vcn: ht-v.'j. Thompso HILLCREST LOSES ESTIMABLE MAN R. WARN OFF TO WEA1VJER SPOILS HUNTING SHAKY BRIDGE i to C. A. .MafiTiith, P., for donjition of toward the physical training; department of the scliople. Dr. Stewart, P. I', lining mrstee of iho fund. It was decided to apply to Dr. Stewart for 525 of tin- fund for. the Travis Hnirlcy, Krands Hmvns .ind InVe lf] to Flaeslonr illi a iMtsinr-ss; C'harlc.s of Metidow C'rcck, pasior-of the Me'iiicdisi- church: t-. ur Kev. A. Thomson, pastor of the f'res-> j, hyferian church, and (lev. O. ft. !nil dail. paster cf the BsipLlst church. Tlie local soldiers of the .Army were also purpose of purchasing-a championship I represented on ihe platform by ri-linqiiislied his hoircslead ami cup lo become the property of. the boy virs Hysop Rev Dunham led ;v'" tarry on in town in IV the meeiing with prayer, and the' other ministerial gentlemen addressed ihe audience on the character and life winning the preatesi number of puints at the anniml chrunpianship jinmes which will be held on the Athletic Park on September 1'Tth. The request that, the school board rent C. S. Farrow of the Lethbridge Laundry tho old Counland Si. school was not entertained, and the board will also inform that, gentleman that they will not sell the property as they may need ii for school purposes very shortly.- MAKING RECORDS AT AMERICAN BRONCO BUSTERS ARE PUTTING ON SOME FANCY STUNTS Aita., Sept. lost '-A very prominent ivcek when Mr. G. Warn left, town for 'Vancouver, B.C. Mr. Warn has been a resident of HillcreEt for several years, and at.the time of his leaving i filled the post of secretary-treasurer, lo the local School District. f 'Mr. A. Wicks, the C. P. R. coal as- j gayer here, is leaung Hillcrest .it the end of the, week, and will be accum- Leigh of thr Co Op marriage is taking place this at Am-slroiig, li! C., uf Harry.' "med bv Ml, __ _. __. _____ of General Booth. During the service (tales, formerly of. the Bank oi t'oiu-! crnUve society'here Ihe> aie Mrs. Fro! Chapman and QeoTge F. nierce staff here, lo fciss fcv Vancouver. wtere it is their sister of -f. T. Ivingsley, of this j intention to take boat, for Australia town, an.I formerly nf Mr. Wicks' departure .is deeply re and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kings-' gretle.i b, ley, of Stevenson rendered Mr. and Mrs. Hysop sang a duel, and the Bap- Mst'tjuartette sane very appropriate piece for the orrii.-ion. Labor 13ny was Taken advantage uf at a very early hour by the sportsmen of Cra'ibrook and vicinity. G-eorive F. he Crantvook Jobbers Allan Graham, of Ste'venron of was sues! n St. Mary's I'rairi- vei-y sncL'C'csful '1 gentlemen remnif in the afi-2rnoon v spoils. Cranbrook is h'bor just as. pres-; (if men HIT -.wi'ji camps around if u; .M ready tl i-'aiiwrvj, Sept. Kchohs, of riding the prrmirr" cuu pony at Ihc Slampc'ic today csiablishc-d a mark of 2S sec- onds for inning nnd a stcpr. This heal Uif best picvjoifs titr.e oi i stream (larfiiiii-i by 2 -l-f> .seconds, made small just at Tuesday. his previous recor 2S ni.nic wlien he won champioti.slfip xnne cars ajio in r- I'lay funnel ciuunpion, failed its HI thr one minute mark. Killoen thousand persons auemled liic iciini 's meelin-j; and the 'et- ord cruwd is lumr.n-ow when Ihc Duke of JUK! parij 'vili The Stampede lias been marred by had wratl.rr. Miss llar.el Walker Oakland, California, IP ritiiuj; a bucking horse, runipellc'.d to jinnp ihc animal I'dliiliMi with a feiur. and sufipred miiK-r injuries. Her sfiis.i- licnal ndtn- ha.s bfen a tVaiurr of tht.- who ;i oiitins. Hot hi i 10 Craubrooh .late laden tlieir the shortage of i if. Quite a number ffi for luinbfr j just P.! nrrKcm.f ijiiited (ha! -within will :M? contiiu; up for -winter; is bosinninjj a; vcction. t FOUND SNAKE IN MILK Montreal, Sept. open- ing a bottle of milk morning, Mrs. Rcsa Lament he, Workman street, was horrified a small snake sprsng to the ground and lay there hissing. Having recov- ered from Her fright Mrs. Lamon- the telephoned the health depart- ment. which sent an inspector to the house to kilt the reptile. snske was of the harmless variety, and it is supposed that it cither fell into the milk-pail or was in the water with -which the bcltle was washed. GIRL'S PRETTY APOLOGY RESULTED IN MARRIAGE Prescott. Sept. month ago Miss Nellie Theresa Carrctl acci- dentally drenched William Joseph Corecs while she was spraying the front lawn at her home. Sl-c apologized very prettily, and a mutual friend passing, the two were introduced to one another. A week later their engagement was announced, and yesterday they were married at St. Mary's Church, DuciMi-ir, N. Y. j in to 6 in. Dynamo Belts, Double Driving and Endless Rubber Belts supplied on the shortest notice. Get our prices before buying. The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd, 5th Street, Lethbridge interested in tho for tunes of the. Hillcrcst Football club, for as a full hack he has no equal in the Pass. Hillurest people wish these two adventurers all prosperity, in their new life. Mrs. Franli Smith left Hillcrest last j Saturday ovenlng for Calgary, where I she is paying a visit with some friends land incidentally taking in Ihe.Stam- i node. Messrs, Adliim, Barber and Wallace i out, Tor ;i few days' huntint: tins iveck. leaving Hillcrest on Saturday i for Byron Creek, and rc- tiirninii Tuesday morn inc. Several reports have reached town ihu; bear, are plentiful in that locality and these! i sportsmen went out to iitvesiiiiiite. On account, of the unpleasant j (her they worn n liable to gel i around tis mnuh as they had intended i and wore forced tn return to A party composed oi" Jivs. of Kraufc: Miss Annsfronc. of Hill- ei'csl: Miss Berry, of Frank, and Messrs. Hughes and Hell! nf Pass- look' ;i irip to tlie Scuth Fork on Sunday last, with the intention of Kpendins a day or EO lishing. The rainy weather made them aiu-r iiieir arniusemtfiits, and they ve- turncd to town the same they sot out. .loiin O. .ionos, ihe vice-prosidftiii nf Xo. IS of tbo'l'iiitod Mine pi' America, and president of Alliortii Federation of Labor, forin- s ovly the .secretary of the former or- ;it Hilltrcsi. is in (own i a (civ days on combined j pioasure. "1 j Vor trie past week the Crow's Keat j 1'ass has heen expcrienciup tiie most j disiigwablp weathor. l-'or several j j days ihc ?un was noi seen at nil. and j the drizzling rain and cutting winds j did not improve matters at all. I Tho dangerous state of the bridge station and tho town of Uiilcrest is c-ittisinp much snr- ciiiitic- at the oxnense of Ihe of Public Works. The briilM'. a wcoden siTiicturo, is ly sh-'tlfv, with an empfy wagon j (futnslers ;irt> obliged to pass over it vnry In addition to tiiis Ihe sliJi' rail has boon lorn awny on one I! sitlti, and an accident is very proba-j ble on night if one is not Tteli acciuainled with the road.; This bridge should he repaired at orice befuro wla' ter cornea serious ;niiahajis are to be avoided. Tlie Coal Company received anathr er two car loads of'machinery-; froin tho I'abt last contaming niotors lor the pinups aud fan. ami-an-engine lot their ncv, genet ator So rapidlv tiro (hey progressing at t'ne develop- ment jivcrk tliat the number (if flicn employed has practically doubled since the IJegiurjing of the year iind new hands are continually being tak- en on. The output' is increasing month 'by month, and the favorable ef- fect of this is felt-hy a.H in'town, par Uculurly the tradespeople. Xo acceptance lo the challenge is- sued by the Hillcrest football club has yet been received. :The big smoking .concert to -be held on the occasion of the presentation. of the cup and med- als is being looked forward lo. At this date Tvc'arc unable to say jusL when the event will take the; probabilities are that it will'be held fcither on Saturday, the 14th, or. Tuesday, the 17th inst. The C. P. It. have a gang busy in the locality of Ifillcrest repairing and fixing .up the trestles and culverts for winter, I have several inquiries for houses to rent, both furnished and unfurn- ished Please call, write or phone me. Owners- I also have inquiries for some1 cheap lots on easy terms. Listings Wanted JOILY R. REVILL St, S. PHONES: Office 1018; Res. 466 Real Estate, Insurance. Rentals, .Money 'to Loan A GOOD INVESTMENT splfiiiliii lots. 3rd >S.. fill lire inu-k- iijro pncc Icrnis. List, your Prskatoon and Kdmoiuon pi-oiiertiea wiih us. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock .nidff. 7th St. ;