Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, September 6, 1913 THE LETNRUimJF. DAILY IIKRATJ) Page 5 THE IMPERATOR AFTER THE FIRE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. FOUR DAYS' SPECIAL SALE Friday Monday Saturday Tuesday mperator is ihown at her dock in Hoboken listing heavily to after being damagtii by tire lo the extent o( The list the tremendous quantity of water poured Ir.to her by the firemen. Saturday Monday Tuesday SEE OUR EAST WINDOW NO. 1 9 Wash Tubs (Galvanized) HEGULAR SALE PRICE SI.00 NO. 1 O Extra Heavy Galvanized REGULAR SALE PRICE 31.50 NO. 2 1 0 NO. 0 1 2 Wash Tubs (Wood) REGULAR Sl.2f> SI 50 Si. SALE PRICE Fibre Tubs SALE PRICE 1.5 Wash Boilers 82.00 No. 9. 1C Copper Bottom...... No. 9. IX Copper Bottom...... No. 8. J.XXX Copper Botlonv Bottom No. 9. AH Copper............. One-Minute Washing'Machine, regular Special Watch our Windows and 'Advertisements'for Wcels-fud REG. SALE PRICE PROCEEDINGS AT TOWN COUNCIL OPEN1NQ OF KHIGHT ACADEMY RayniQBil, SepL bast nitht was the ret'ular council Mtyor SI bargains. Eon and Sonnmon were present, alEO Sollcilor Oiland, j urer Xalder, and the Marstril. Wrlde asked the council to grant Mm the right to iusul a pair of acales oo Broadway. Nu The oueslion.of raising Hay Pow- ell's salary for Sunday and extra la- bor was referred to a comniittee con sisting of the Mayor. Councillors O' Brien and Lamb. Tho committee will report next, meeting. The electric- light aceour.t of tho Rex was gone into, and the co-jncl thought that J7.50 for fifteen nlgbti was underestimating the airiojnt olectricllr used- This will be looked into and reptrrled on at the r.cil meet lug. Tho payroll for the month, to was ordered paid. The solicitor notified the town tha, Judge Jackson would be in Raymon on Tuesday, September D, to hold th court of confirmation, in the town ha at ten o'clock. This court is to Af- firm what the town has done in re- gard to the collecting of back lanes. HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Phone 762 and 1762 P. I5ox (170 N ACCIDENT REPORTED FROM ELEV.V TOR' NEARLY FINISHED C. K. I1. COXYHKAHK. Esq. KC.. President. J. AITKKN. Esq Vice-President. DIRECTORS: Jobn Hcrno. Esl. M. Church. Dr. J. S. Stewart. M.P.P. W. S. Hall. Ks't Dr. i. Oalbraith. J. D. HisiDbotham, ESQ. II. Miner. Ksq. Win. Smith, You Can MaSce Use of this Company To act as Kseeutor or Trustee of your own Kstate; or as Ad- uiuhirator of any In '.vliicb yoa are Intert-steii. To Invent Your KuiiilB iu Morlgase-i or AgreemeaU for Sale; tnd to make- all coJlecttcns on gamy to you. To take Knilre Cliarne of your Financial Atfairt, and lo handle facie for a laoJerate fommission. To as Treasurer of itc-al Ksiatc or Svctlfeatcs. or as TruEl'.i: iu any natter wtere It is necessary that conflicting Intcr- PELS oc E-jfeEuarJed. This is a fast growing CoriioraiEon v.hicb will provf, as tlmo ooj to be of service to the busint-ES IUCD and ot ihls city and district; nr.d will in addition do much to- wards tho up-buitiling of I.etUbrEdKc The British Canadian Trusts Company A Progressive Home Company Conybeare Bicck Uthbridjc, Alberta. Barons, Aita., Kept. 0. Vec- eshmd, of (irar.um, spent '.wo or hrcc clays in Barons (his week vliilc here made a sale oi Ms farm ast of Karons to It. K. I.ce. 0. B. -Moir was a buciMss i-allcr in .ctlibriiJoc foe a of Jays the Trst of ttie wcct. The S. J. Scoil fatisily have o the P. Lund ranch near barons, -htrc Mr. Scott is employed as tote-1 nan. Mr. Vannables, oi ('aleacv'. is tuc at VT. Annable's stoic. J. Tyaciic and family arrived here from Calgnry on Tuesday of ast ucek, and have uovcd into the house rweutlj- vacated by Dr. Wall- win. Mr. Tyactc v.-ill teach the Centre school the coming year. essrs. Myers and Hodges, of Me- dicine Hat soent Thursday looking over the crops in the liarons district. They have decided to ship in their tu'o threshing outfits from Medicine Hal to vork here this Tall. John llansen had an accident with] his motorcycle the other evening I which might have proved rather seri- i The Financial Responsibility Of the Trustee to whom you entruat your affiirs is a matter your careful consideration The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited TOTAL ASSETS (Dec. 3i. CAPITAL. AUTHORIZED and SUBSCRIPED CAPITAL PAID AND SURPLUS PubDt Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial District LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary, K. A, Howard, Manager After TucaJaj-the loan may transfer OVJi out joy riding he! -Mexico City, Mexico, Sept. 5. delinquent properly from the o'.vn-1 tan-into a throwing him heavily i Late arrivals Irora Torrcon say thai ITS '.o the town, then It the (he ground. Besides bci.ig badly rebels are aenin closing in. about the to re-possess the property they I bruised up generally, he had a blood town, but thit unlrss the ravages ivhich arc said to prevail to ao alarming extent have de- Irr.cc, it is r.ot believed the rebels will meet- with better success tbap they formerly had. The toxin tendencies of aJXalins wa-' tcrj have been corrected TTitt- iiKiic experimentally hr an Australian -cemlsi, r.-Sich leads to the belief that vast areas of unproductive land may B.C., A. U. Macdo'ntU enjoying a vacation virt relatives In. Brussels, Ont. Wt3S Hooertsoa Madge and Jinrlon Robertson left Monday rlgbt for Montreal, where tho latter two will attend college. Colonel Mufcfe, of Fernio. was In thta week, conferring -ft'lth me ra- ters tha Veterans' brisudo. W. H. Wilson and family noiored to Crcston ou Saturday, w> ,re they spent Sunday liul Labor Day. 0. W. I'atmoro and family spent la- bor Day at Klngsglte. -Mrs. Knimji, of Three lUTers, B.C., la visiting her sister, 'Mrs. A. H. Webb, The BpwoTth of the Meth oJIst Church, a picnic trip to Perry Creeto on Labor Day. Ed. Holme, of Jcffray, has purchas- ed the J. P. Huchcroft residence on 'Armstrong avenue, and will move hla family hero Immediately. Charles Baxter returned home from New Brunswick on Tuesday night. JIcMnhon returned this week from Fort Kraser and Fort George. J. r'. Hrtdgea.arid Al. Doyle, of Fort Stoele, were transacting 'fcusmeBs in owrron WednEdy. V- H. A. of .Grand': Forks, is spending a' fow days in the city. Cornelius Cronin relumed to Gran- brook, from Brandon, where he haa jeea on a business trip.. Joo UVDIUIJ and Dick Marshall are scheduled lo box fifteen rounds in DC. Ilutlcdso returnsil Wednesday j afternoon from' a auslness trip to poinU along the Croiv. Mvs. Andeen and children, of Kit- chener, B.C., aro spending a tvx days in town. j Messrs. Frank Carlson and Joseph Brault are.SiiOSane-viEitors this week. -The' Ladies'. of the Presbyterian musl pay the re-lra'nFfernus. It is well to keep the hack taxes up. The town is moving the poles irora jl the centre of Broadway. Cougratu- nations. I The race meet in lietUbrMge on thy 10th and; nth Is attracting the >anbrooi, on September'10, for tho Chuich in meeting Wednesday aiter- decided-to to the Canadian middleweight championship. Tug Wilson, of Calgary; is cliallenR. Ing any Cranbroofc boxer at HO pounds. Miss Kennedy and Wndo bavt tentlon of. the Raymond public, and vessel hroten in one wrist, whicli has since caused him considerable pain. 5Ir. Shalkle, salesman ol the llur.i- ley Co., of Lcthbridge, has bren working tlLC liarons district this w cei. Nearly all of the grain around here .is cut anrt in slook, only a tew oi typhus aad diphtheria disjases bo Eafcly Irrigated in that manner. they ask. if there letlc events. That would also be a drawing card. Many of the excu.'sionsts from Utah and Idaho are returning home. Miss -Matllila Walton his Just re- turned from Chicago, where s'.ie has been taking a special ccureo in do- mestic economy. She will teach aiauagera of the chm-ch, to be used J mestlc art and science in the Knight for repairs to the Monae. They will Academy this yearj pla.ee sign .beating tho word on't be "any of oals and "Marae" on the pastor's residence. TOturncd from a holidav trij> to Van- and will hold a food sale in Noveio- couver, Victoria, Sc.ittle and Bpok- bar. ane. Mrs. D. noil left tills for tho east oa a vacation. J. Kenny has added an automobile (o his liven' equipment. James FJnlay and wife left day morning for; Bcllevue, whcro Mr. Flnlay is superintendent of the'Maple Leaf Collieries. Atlco Bridges left on Tuesday for tlio Coast on a month's vacation, ar.d durlne his absence from town Ms wife arid children arc Tisiling with Mr. Kriilga's parents in Forl Steele. ConeratulaUons lo .Robert and Mrs. Campuoll on Ilia arrival of a son and heir on Tuesday morning. STOP CATTING Calgary's Mayor Will Have Board Pass on All Sub-divisions Calgary. today announced Sinnott his intention to frame civic legislation that will pre- vent wlldcattlng in rural sub-divislo.-.s. He forn-.atlon of a realty Tho Knight Academy will begin its fourth school year on Monday, Sep- tember The faculty cirnsists Ernest Bianioroll. B.A., U.Dtd.. princi. pal. history and civics; Ward L. Tan- ner, B.A., science and mathematics; Edwin S. PO'.iison, history and me- chanic arts; Geo. O. N'ye.- director oi music, plar.o, and orchestra; JIaydell Cazier, English and lit- erature; liehor F. Alien, mathematics and bookie eplng; Matilda. Walton, do mestlc ?rt and teitnts. With the crops of ttis year the. Academy ex- pects the largest enrollment In its history. H is a place where young hoard to pass upon all sub-dtvlElonS and middle-aged men and women can property. Firms whose offerings ore'get a practical course in life. There by this board would are courses for young men and vro- not-ho given licenses to operate un-i men v'.io are ra5t the puhlic school der-Mayor Slnnott's-schome. ffiese are 'theLoads the Laurels! AND Smokeless Powders BALLISTITE (Dense) A waterproo! powder o? high velocity, yet' gives lower brcecK pressure than any made. Considered the "fastest" powder ever put into shells. NEW EMPIRE (Bulk) Specially adapted to the Canadian climate; tively will not deteriorate, Uniform, close pattern, very light recoil. You can get IIALIISTITI- ,-inrf-IVCIC fMl'IHE .'.ss In any Shell InmlKil In Cuinidai Slintlfy tlicm mill fid highest results! very late wheat beicg loft. Sir. Tasker began threshing on! -Thursday morning and semal other, outfits have slatted wotk. nine, from near Uoiwille, i rough I in thc first luad of this year's wheat on Tuesday. carprnter vorkv on the Farm- ers' elevator, finished and most oE the workmen have lelt. that is lelt to do now is thc iristal- ling of thc nirxr.hir.ery Ihc put- ting on of.the. metal covering. This will only a short time rir.ri thc elevator will be running within about two weeks. John Mcl'hcrson, who was em- ployed in the Murray Cooper store (or a year or two, down from Calgary on Thursday for a short vis- it with friends here. Mrs. Sutherland, who has heen vis- iting her cousin, .Mrs, Cooper, for several weeks, left for Moose Jaw last week to join her'husband. Mrs. J. A. IJoiv entertained a few lady friends one day last week bonor of her mother-in-law, Tisiling her. II. U. Hodpcs, of Toronto, arrived here last week lo look after the har- vesting and thre.shing oi the crop on his fa Em west of Karons. Mr. and Mrs, P. G. Sliarman came up from I.clhhridgc on Thursday morning and have moved into- thc fsaac's house on Main street. Mr.! Sharman recently purchased a (arm fast oi Harons-and will erect build- ings and move there1- in thc spring. Thc Flarons school opened on Tues- day morning with about fifty schol- ars. It is likely that a second teach- rr will be hlced later and another room npcr.t-d. CJeo. VYflsotr, of the Farmers' Umi- ber Co., spent Thursday ,ge. Here they can come and enjoy he eoctety of those of their age. They nrc taiighl tlic same subjects which are taught in a district and a "high .chool, and if they are backward they are given thc elemental courses. They aro older ?r.d they can progress fast- This sort of a sub-high school has t-obn tJic moans of making better citizens of many backward. Tin manual training department Is one of .he most efficient !n thc west "Here ycung .men are (might and given radical education. IforrcElIng In this district is pro- grossing very rapUly. Threshing ma- here, looking after his farms near chines are luiroming on every side. I Karons. Practically all the wheat ia cut and. shocked. All llio oats wit! he cut an-] shocked by the loth.-- The beet crop Is OUR that has ever bce.i In ihc country. Some of the prowcrs cxyscl an c( tons per acre. The last hay la heing so.r.t report that it IR the heaviest they have ever harvested. There have hccrt Iwenly-thrcc cars of fifteen 6f nnd forty carloads of cattle shipped from Hay- mpnd this year. This looks as though (his district Is the leader In mixed g s.-lloard of Trade- farming in the coiini.T. Tao Major ITtoglc, explained farmers arc better fixed flnnnclally al thc 0pCning 0( the in- ttmn they, have ever been. Thc few jr ,nlo (he train dis. hard years heve only been blesK'nga i aster that hc hftd ftwWcd lo In disguise; they have taiishl the pe6. niiblic tccauw there .vcmcd to .e plo economy. They won't" cover as an MCA Un public that much land In wli'i grain, a Wjs1; (o bury or hide SOJKC nor vrll] thry Tic hAl been also influenctcl, but make the old do. 'fcc other reasons. INQUIRY INTO BRITISH 'TRAIN WRECK WILL BE OPEN TO ALL AUNAVON Canadian Pacific Railway Second Divisional Point West of Weyburn on the Weyburn- Lethbridge Branch Lets in tbis Townsite will be offered for sale nt the oJlices of the Gull Lake Land Co., ul Gull Lake, Snsk., on Wednesday tbe 17th of Sept., 1913, at 9 a.m. Price list and plan of Townsite can be'ob- tained on application.' to tbe Land Brandy. Dopnvfincut of Natural Resources, Canadian' PiKiilic: Hnilwny Cojiipany, Calgary. ALLAN CAMERON General Siipcriiitendeiit of Lands.