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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald, Saturday. Stwt: 10.1910. FOB 6 room cottage' on- Eailav St., Forth Ward, close in water furnace and electric light; two One-third cash. Balance 3 6 and 9 months. Two good15 room cottages on Eachol St., TVator and electric f each. Terms very easv. Representing: North -American. Life Assurance Co. FOB 16 room house and stable one block from Gall; Square Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired MONEY TO have to loan on good security, l, 2 or 3 Interest at 10 per cent. WE to rent in all parts of the city. 'S BAY London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix- Assurance Co. Lmited' oil Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver For the past fire years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky ,tn any size you wane and at rigbt prices. We have a fufl ttne of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that Save been Alberta tested and wintered beautifully.. ROSES are to bring through, but we have finally selected several vari- eties that twfil ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and P3RPLE BER- BERRY (beet of all) make splendid hedges and are perfectly harciy. can ship you a liae of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL. that will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we're- the planting of. Let us set in correspondence with you in regard to these things.. Bwnember OCTOBER-is THE TiME TO PLANT when 'do-e right We instruct you, No trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now while you think oi it, Not Enough Ice Seen to Cool a Glass of Cham- pagne--Warm Summer Evenings and no Wraps Needed-Indications of Brock-- WaV-'afiwoachea irith the flotilla of .-.canoes abreaat, His Kxcellency's canoe in the-centre. of the .Indians grouped about tte Hudson's Bay post' fired round after round from shot: guns as a of welcome. Subsequently in reply- ing to -an address of welcomg, Earl Grey expressed much, 'satisfaction at the prosperity of..-the- Indian commun- ity and-urged'them, to -better their pre sent enviable 'position by further de- veloping arts utilising the resources of.the fine'soil of the The party .then proceeded, camping- .by the "beautiful; Trout Falls. "A strong wind 'aided the run through the picturesque Knee" and .Tne 'run'for a dis tance below exhilarating, being through -a succes- sion of small.rapids, the party ran through -without' portag- the geological survey, .who is with the Governor-General's" expe- dition to the Far North, has sent from e Point, Labrador, by wireless, -to secretary of state, the following account of his journey: "On August 4, His Excellency and porty left Winnipeg for Norway -douse and Hudson's Bay. The ob- iect.of the expedition'is besfc'epitom- ized in the words of His 'Excellency 'To explode' the theory of the frozen' north and add another chapter to the1 history of northern travel.' "Almost every 'part of Canada "hay-- ing been visited, His Excellency wish- ed 'to its primeval condition; route from the .northwest, to the sea; the route followed by' the MfRftOR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA Snap! Snap! DO YOU KNOW A SNAP YOU SEE ONE? North 1-2 Sec. 25, Twp. 9, Hange 14, per acre; cash; balance to suit. East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14, -per acre; cash, balance suit. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75x66; cash, bai- to suit. Fine corner, -suitable for four houses, 61x125, comer Macctaff and Cut-bill. Price S400 cash, balance to .to suit. Remember you are buying fcora the REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE fre'rs in Canada; the route two centuries the half rhe continent had been conducted', but which yet remains in its- primeval' soon, to be opened up by modem. tation. Tiais year is of Hudson's 'discovery of Canada's great Mediterranean, and it is fiiting that it should be visited by the' Gov- "The far as Norway; House was f accompanied' by Her Excellency the Countess.'anil Lady Evelyn cn the- Mediterranean of Canada we found as pleasant-as it could have beea on the Mediterranean of the old world. Churchill harbor the next morn- ing we were on deck at 6 o'clock in pyjamas for coffee. The Hudson Bay CO.'B steamer Pelican was in, the har- bor, but sailed almost immediately for York and Moose factories. The" har- bor, the --Hudson Bay post, the Royal North-west Mounted Police barracks, the old Fort Prince of Wales, the In- dian and Eskimo camps on a site oppo- site -the town, and the railway yards were inspected. Run Through Hudson Bay "Churchill was left at 1 p. the. ship was headed for Hudson Straits. The run' was without inci- dent, the' weather fine, "and wraps superfluous. No ice was seen, not even enough to cool a glass of cham- pagne. The ship then coasted along the north shore of Ungava, running into Prefontaine harbor and Saglok bay. Along Charles island numerous Isow is the umo to buy and get.ready '.for. the next year's crop We have many reasonable.' The easiest of terms want every actual farmer who-has and is able to go ahead and work tie. land to. look us jup. We wait for the- land to pay for itself. We bay Lznd for i lat: Wittv UIL FAKM'SECUEITY CO. WHITNEY-BLOCK LETHBR1DGE, ALTA.-. m ing. Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Ott Bfock [Always important, Norway House is the headquarters for -the trade of this great territory north uud east of Lake Winnipeg and Hudson's Bay. Journey From Norway House. "On Monday, August prepara- W. J. Williams .Phone 1069. 534 Crabb St. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE iitli S: LiEidsey PHON'E 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBHIDGE, ALTA. ticns were "completed by Major '3 ie, who had charge of the arrange- ments. The party embarked at' Nor- 7 j way House in twelve canoes, twenty- four Indians and three mounted pol- _ Icemen formed-'the escort, and a, cook [land tvro servants completed 'ga'de. Tea juiiies-were made that af- ternoon: Next morning the camp wan roused at four o'clock, and -by 5.20 I breakfast was over, the canoes load-' Jed and the'journey resumed.. -At 9.30 a stop was made for a- voyagers indications- of. "Extensive" schists and that may -be mineral, anil_that are certainly -worth' prospecting, occur on .the Upper 'Bchimamish lake and appeafmg" tend to Pipestbne and to CrossI Likes factory. In all probability the iron or formation of "'will'', b found in it.and otlier b present. "Tork about; p. m., .August in a heavy rain with tuev canoes in the-same order Oxford House.. From the esplanade in front of the Indikni fired "On August 26 we ran clown the shore of Baffin land, sighting Grenfell Glacier. A number of icebergs drift- ing in from Davis -straits were seen during the day, forming a beautiful picture in the bright sunlight. Ac Port Burwell, on the east point of Ungava bay, a stop of two days was made for watering the vessel, which enabled the party to visit the Moravain mission. "On August 29. Port Burweii -was left and steaming around islands, we reached the Atlantic. The extended trip through Hudson bay and I j straits was as pleasant as'a summer fj sail upon the Atlantic. Certainly if we had not known, would never have guessed that we were on what has been popularly regarded as a Polar sea. We constantly spoke of it as the Mediterranean. For 178 years the Hudson Bay company's ships have coine in -without missing a year save once. 'For 300 years it has been fre- aiiway and Irrigation Co. Are offi cl teap'esi [ermg lots for sale on the mar eac ket salutes and two with {.slow matches biased away' as fast as they could be reloaded. "York Factory is built on a low and swampy peninsula at the confluence of the Hayes and Nelson rivers. It 'was an important post at one time, being, {.lie supply point for the whole of -west- ern Canada but the large building at present only partially occupied, is an evidence of its fallen greatness. Arrival at Nelson Harbor "On August 20 the flotilla reached Nelson l- his conduct was fair for sis months J.nen he broke out Mrs. A. Dresel BiddTe r jary who carried Miss Bradlcv's matnm to Mrs. Thaw. -After 'a jscussion, in which voung Th-w I" Total Assets Oct. SO, 1909 Over Tea .-Years- you are sure, at some time, to either want or need'afeyr hundred dollars in casa; If things- go .wrong you'll need they go. fj right-you'll want it "to a jj take advantage of some of the financial opportunities that coine your vray. Could you lay your hand on a few hundred to-day? I The surest way to prepare for that to open a Savings Account at once in this Bank, and''to add'- h to it as often and as regularly as you can. We will add? jj Interest at highest current rates. ij Savings Department at every Branch, Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts G. R. TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager Stirling H. Roach. Acting'Manager.' if Miss Bradley T. N. CHRISTIE A CO, Real Diamond City Insurance, T. N. Chriatlc, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. MORSE IN SOLITARY Banker Prisoner Raffed to HO- He Got Money, .Atlanta, Ga., .Sept. 0-fhc Charles W. aiorse. the b ned in ttie federal prison put m solitary -0- two kst May for infraction rules was made public to-day bv Warden William H. Moyer. Morse's infraction was a refusal ?o from w'hat source he in -money, it beinty a strict that no prisoner shall given monr" or in his possession. MOI--S the money to a nurse f.c among needy prisoners. IF YOU HAV2 ANY TITLE DEEDS. _ MORTGAGES. POLICtES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THKY SHOULD BS LODGKD IN ONE O? THESE BOXES FOR FURTHER APPLY TO r 17 ;