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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -September 17. T1TE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 8 Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property If you can invest Here is a Snap 6Z548tti SI. rooms, all nupcretl. Cellar, water, aewer foiBK P1'1' 'n- Price cash, balance ?-o per month. IS lott, M, North Wnrd. near new school. TO Ave. S., 7 rooms, fully modern, S'liO per inonth. PHONE 1235 for Brokerage Depirtment MITFORD COMPANY OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH U14 Real Estate Money to Loan Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Special for this week 2r.l6U each 30 feet wide, close to new school. Price tor tbe One-half cash, balance In three mouths. North Letribndge Realty Co. PHONE Ml Fire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per month The G. B. Bowman Agency KCADIA BLOCK. PHONE ua. Cheapest and Best Buy in the IfiveL'ots facing north, on Seventh Avenue South, yn sewer and water; near Fifteenth Street South; short time; .r Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 Must Sell at Sacrifice On account ot 111 health and consequent inability to manage, a client of mine Is compelled to sell at a sacrifice a very valuable tract oMand, contai-ning TfiS acres, all well-fenced and under cul- tivation good water, some under irrigation, situate about 7 miles .southeast of Lethbridge and J. 1-2 miles from Wilson's Siding. 1 pay 'the customary commission to any real estate agent, who ftirniBheK a. buyer. Will give good terms and take in other real estate as part payment. Legal description of land Section 17-8-20 and part adjoining section. For. Further write to Cedarville, Ohio, I i We Are Going to Sell la ten acre tracts, two hundred acres choice frull. lands at Creston B. C. and give sotne one the balance of the tract, twenty-three acres. This IF ideal land. Price and terms are right. Have you ever investigated Creston? O. T. LATHROP Firm Stafford Block Farms Loam MIXED FARMING PAYS WELL GOVERNMENT is Claresholm Creamery an Example Corn- wall Moved Cluresholm, Repl. wheat- growing Is only one of Southern Al- sources of revenue has boon iwoved moat Conclusively by the ex- perience of H number of ihe most pro- gressive townsmen and runners ot' this district. Jiarly last summer a joint slock company was formed io operate creamery in Claresholm. The num- ber of shareholders was at first only seven, but throughout, the summer months this number has steadily in- creased until there are today about sixty enthusiastic profit-sharers. The creamery was opened for busi- ness of June 7, 1912, and has been most successfully operated since that time by Mr. B. Lundb. The following gentlemen form tbe company's execu- tive body: W. J. Rigby. president; T. C. Millies, vice-president; C. G. Bra- ren, secretary-treasurer; directors, Wm. Hoffman, P. W. Elliott, L. N. .Maxwell and J. W. During (he month of August the output was 5760 pounds of butter, which, according to the government test was graded first in quality am- ong the product of 911 the creameries "n this province. About five thous- and pounds of the August product was shipped to the Yukon and Alaska points. The patrons find iiie returns from th-o sale of cream to be most accept- able, particularly ae.it comes to them during- the summer months when the sale of other farm products is at a minimum. Tjhe Department of Agriculture has assisted very materially in the sup- port of. this enterprise by shipping a largo number of llolstein dairv cows Into this district and tilling them on easy terms among, the .farmers. Mr. Cornwall Moved U'e regret to learn of ihe removal of, A. Cornwall, manager of the Dank of Commerce; and family, from our city. '.Mr. Cornwall has lived here for over six years, and during this time lias proved himself an active and useful member of ihe commun- ity. ClariJBholm can ill spare it citi- zen of bis character, birr we wish him good luck in his new sphure of work in Niagara Falls. Out. Railway Accident A very distressing accident occurr- ed on .the -Calgary-.Macleod railway, some -distance south of here on Fri- day evening. A freight train, north- bound, was taking the siding to allow the northbound 17.10 passenger train to go past. As brakesman Thompson crossed the track to open the switch lie missed his footing, fell, and was caught under the "cowcatcher" of the freight. He sustained severe bruises about the lower parts of hie body. Dr. Steeves was called, and after a hasty examination had the injured man hur- ried to 'the Macleod hospital by means of the freight engine and ca- boose. The accident occurred Friday th-e thirteenth, but we hope it is not a serious one. Skating Rink Wanted A lively gathering of those interest- ed in the .construction of a skating rink in Claresholm was held in the Council Chamber on Friday evening last. After A. Cornwall was ap- pointed to the chair, and H. Haslam to the office of secretary, a general discussion as to the size of tbe build- ing and its probable cost ensued. Fi- nance and construction committees were ultimately drafted to report on October 1. Prospects for the erec- tion of a commodious rink arc ex- tremely good. REV. WALLACE SAID FAREWELL POPULAR MINISTER LEFT HOS- MER FOR THE DINGS ARE NUMEROUS Hosmer, Sept. the Prcsby- i tcrjan church on Sunday evening last, I the Rev. B. H. Wallace preached" his farewell lo a large congrega- I tiun JMr. Wallace had not been in j Ilosmer so very long, but during the j time he was here he gained the ic- spfcCi, .inri sympathy of bis fellow townsmen, botb a-s a preacher of l-siderablc ability and a.s a man. -Ve understand that Mr. Wallace jihc Presbyterian college ai the coast j for ihe winter months, and wish im every success in his new .s yet no one has been found to !ill Crlltespic at the hospital, who up till that time had hci'ii acting as locum tencns for Dr. Nay, is taking in Ihe sights of Chicago on a well earn- ed vacation. GROW TURNIPS OF SOME SIZE TWELVE AND A HALF POUNDS IS RECORD TO DATE AT HILL- DOINjUOOD JOB SPLENDID ROAD IS BEING BUILT THROUGH THE CROW'S NEST PASS nole.m.in, Sept. HobbitiK of Btainnore, wlio is overseeing the work performed by tbe Alherta on the wagon road through the Crows N'est Pass, making a good job of it. Mr. Roh- bins1 instructions 'arc to make a sin- gle trail from C'oleman west to the Divide, and he has a large gang of men working from Crows Nest lake to the summit. This portion of tho roail is about completed and should gladden the hearts of automobile owners. Trees, stumps and Jitones have been removed, tho roadbed lev- elled and given a coating of clay, and that once dreaded climb is now easy of negotiation by a 20-horse- power machine. Krom Coleman east as far as Burmix will be a double trail which, when finished, will be as smooth as a city street. A new road- way will be made through the. Frank slide, care being taken to inake it of sufficient width to accommodate all kinds oi traffic. All grades arc bein; hills cut down and every ef- fort made to make this road throng tlie Pass as attractive as possible for touring automobiles. There is one had stretch of between four and live miles west of the Divide, in British Columbia, hut as the B. C. govern- ment is improving the roadway still farther west it is altogether probable they will put that portion in thor- ough repair. CONSERVATIVES ARE ACTIVE BUSY ORGANIZING SOUTHERN FOR NEXT PROV- INCIAL ELECTION I'iiiclicr I'reck, Sept. re- tail merchants of Pincher Creek and district held a formal meeting to dis- cuss the formation of a branch of the provincial association. Provincial Secretary Cope attended and gave the an interesting and instruf- j Live account of the working of the organization in other districts and I after some discussion it was resolved Hillcrest, Alia.. Sept. Jfi. caft a general meeting on the'23rd at just-., for the purpose' of forming a dance hcIJ in the .Miners' hall Hillerest on Saturday evening last- was a huge success. The now popular lliilcrest orchestra again provided the music and many people from Bellevue and passburg travelled over for tlu1 evening's cn.tcrlaiuinent. The commit- vacant pulpit, but it, is honed j lcc acc 1'SllI''nS holding a dance at along Popular prices every Saturday even- ihitl the right man will come along in the course Of a week.or two. 'In j !lhe meantime I he Sunday school vill i be carried on as before, with Mr. -'ay the 'fall and winter and branch association and appointing ol- iicers. A meeting of the Conservative as- sociation was held last week at which all the leading Conservative: of the iowu were, present, together with Messrs. Lyons, Karmer and Car- ter from the Pass and Dr. -lohnsoi from Umdbrcck. Considerable rtis- the idea is a popular one. Dancing j cussion took place relative to the forms about the only recreation here during the winter ami the more it is supported the better will lie the dances. Now lli.it Hillcrest has ;i lor ment of the public. So it is up people oi HillneM to boost liieir ins superintendent. Lewis -Stockelt, 'general superin- tendent of the mines, came into rown on Saturday evening; last, again on Sunday evening. Messrs. Thomas (iraham and Wil- liams, chief mine inspector of the i province, and district mine inspector, respectively, were in town over the j j Miss Dyson, of Kern in, was the i finest of Mr. and Mrs. Kendal, at the Bank Vvintreal over tho week-end. i; Mr. Marlinrtalc arrived from Atlioll-. on -Saturday morning last, to nil the at the hank lalely va- slorp. is causing caliMi by Jlr. II. K. Jones, who was ,hal HnicTCst jtransierre.l. It will be remembered; ,H, ilt, hat it was In Athollmere that Mr rminfi for ailvUljnc B. to open up branch there, after relinquishing the management of Hie hank here. When the foot hall hoys were return- welfare of the party and the running of a candidate for thr next provincial election. H. Kcvieie (Frcnchy) is out with a hand oi its own the expenses connect- j party from Minneapolis, in search of ed with the dunces will naturally game, and Guide Riggiit has somewhat higher than they last i returned to town with another year and no one wants to go into: also from Minneapolis, who have teen '.lebt when cat mine for the amuse- in the mountains for (he lasl two or three weeks. This latter party has been in the neighborhood of '.'ass dances i i me. The. twnlvp anil .1 half pound turn in now on exhibition at the Ilillcrcst it was possible so grow things help (i their orchestra all ihe. creek and had excellent sport. CJame is reported as being exceptionally srnsa I k t 'wn Vy bile From thr drn.-e i arising out in tl i must have been a douds of smoke WILL REACH THE OLD FRANK MINE Colcman. Sept. Canadian- Amork'iin Coal tV C'okp company, ai direction llicre f'rank, havp stai a new sliatt into THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ing from Ferine in the dark one o j the rigs hud .1 slight misluip at, Me Doupall's mill just oui of I-Vrnie i t h I lie trsuh 1 ha t. he occupant.: 'were depnsit.nl on Hie saw-dust pile, j lor tflf'1' land Uie horses, who probably figured i Su" a lire of some magni- Ni.rtli !''ork on Sat.- mine west of TJohcmian lown. It is estimated that the new HAS INSTALLED (hey eoiiid do liie journey just as c i ily without a load behind them, ishi'if thr irip alone, much to tin; liv-j 'lc cryman's surprise. i There is suinc talk of moving there tvas no wind s'liJ'1 'll neighborhood of i ho nre .ipparcnlly died out' MtlO.rtfln and will slriiiP that portion wa.s no .smoke observable on mim' ullidl was rendered in- j accessible by the Frank slide, j Work started ioday removing all the buildings of tlie danger '.Most of the cottages are empty ;it present, hut as soon n.s they are i removed to the new location they WANT POWER TO BORROW MONEY BELLEVUE 16 AFTER 'A NEW SCHOOL URGENT- LY NEEDED Bellevue, Sept. T. Humble I erecting a large warehouse adjolrtfog: his hardware store on Main street. With the increased, storage room, Mr. Humble will be better able, to take care of his rapidly increasing busi- ness. The new Union Bank building fa now nearing completion, the brick vault and the outside being finished. The Crow's '.Nest Hardware Co., of Frank, is busy installing a steam heating plant, and work on the inter- ior is being rushed. Con tractor Wheeler expects to have the building ready Tor acceptation by October 10. A number of football enthusiasts and others will be in attendance at the smoker given .by the Football club on Wednesday evening. Everyone is looking forward to ai exceptionally' good time. H. Hfh-eline and R Boseley are out with a party camping at North Fork for a few days. Rev. W. H. Irnlu left today for Ed- monton, where he will, interview the Minister ol'. Education in an effort, to secure permission for the. Bell-evue School Board io borrow for the erection of a new school here. At 'ihe present time there 'are over one hundred and fifty children of school age in the camp. Of this number on- ly about eighty-five1, are attending school, and even at that the school: is overcrowded, and the two teachers are handicapped. It, ia the intention of> the Board to erect an up-to-date school, with four rooms, providing the money can be raised. It is to be hop- ed that Mr. Irwin will be successful on his trip to Edmonton. Contractor Jordan of Macleod has a gang_of men at work on the road between Bellevue and the Frank slide. The road is being straightened, graded and repaired In every way, culverts and bridges being put Jn wherever necessary. Work on .this particular pi-ace of road was begun last year, but a sudden stop about the end of September, 1911. Here's hoping that it may see the fin- ish this time. Tbe Ladies' Aid of Bellevue MethT odist Church are giving a concert in the Opera House, ,on Monday night, September 1'2, which, if preparations are any sign, promises to provide a good evening's entertainment. Be- sides local talent, of which there is a j good supply, there 'will be the very best from Hillcrest, and some of: the other camps. Besides the Bellevue Band will be on tbe job, and the band alone is sufficient evidence that the concert is going to too all to the good. It is the aim of the congregation of Lh'S Bellevue church to make the church self-supporting, and tbe re- ceipts from the concert will be used towards that end. BOW ISLAND TO BORE FOR GAS BYLAW AUTHORIZING MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE CARRIED BY A SOLID. VOTE How IsKiud, Sept. practic- ally a iinaniiiwus vote oi the rate- payers the natural gas bylaw was ried, tlip burgesses thereby putting the stamp of approval upon the Town Council's schrnie for a municipal gas well. The voting resulted as follows For the bylaw ...........................45 A gains I the bylaw.................. I The figure.one, however, represents not opposition, hut a slight mistake, which was made and afterwards re- by one of our citizens, who slated ihat he imajrined at the time lie was voting for the water bylaw. The water bylaw, having for its purpose the drilling of a test hole to discover water, was defeated, the fig- ures being the byiaw Against the bylaw .........42 ohutvh SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. town LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes Ill of ihe (irolocjical Survey of tin- Department of ihe Interior, were, in llillriTPt his; nn business connected tlie compilation new ci'oloLiicii! Tii.ijt of ihe Hockv i its present location on the com- j mountains. is at present pany's property. Several spot's have OIt Hyron Creek, which point as ijppn sunken (if 'is ii also ucll Flunk sli.lc. SERIOUS UNREST IN CANTON Hong Kong. Sept. un- rest prevails in tin; Canton district. Chinese notes have depreciaied in value and brigandage is rife. The Chinese officials are apprehensive and in spite of the presence of troops, they telegraphed today to Dr. Sun Vat Sen, the former provincial president of China, who is now in PoJiin, wh-ei'e he went to consult, with Viiiu Shi Kai, the Rftpublican presi- dent, concerning the future policy of the government to hasten his d'epart- ure for the south. SECUKITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, 768. Room 207, Templeton BuDdlng, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alia., Phone 5. BUSINESS MEN i BADLY STUNG CASHED FOR TRANS- IENTS WHICH WERE D1SHON- OREO AT THE BANK, Cqlemau, Sept. .John: Una- worth and Harry Bolton, returned Saturday from a week's hunting ,'lnp.. in Ulie boundary conn-try, gome 20 miles souih of Coleman They brought back three mountain sheep and one' grizzly .bear. The grizzly tipped .the, scaled at pounds and was a nhop- per. One of the sheep bad 'a superb pair of horns, measuring 20 inches in circumfeience at the bafae They viH have-the heads mounted'and skin transformed iuto a rug, Coleriian school .h'ad a total- enroll- ment of 280 pupils this morning, thir- ty in excess of the' largest attend- ance for last year; The Colenran minei paid out 000 to their employees the best pay day since the strike. J. G. G. Borapas, B.A., student in; the University of Manitoba, who has supplied the pulpit in the Institution- al, church for the past five moutht during the regular pastor's absence in Europe on a holiday trrp, preach- ed his farewell sermon last night and leaves tomorrow for Winnipeg to com- plete his theological studies Daring his residence here Mr. Bompas has made a host ol uarm friends whote- gret the necessity of his leartng town. A couple of well known local busi- ness men were "stung" last, week through endorsing cheques .tor travej- ling men One of them was let ra for A: W Robbms, proprietor of the lutomobilc livery at Blairraore, has purchased new car which he .will station at Coleman The major por- tion of his trade in ,the automobile Jine conies from this town and his decision to put a car in here for the exclusive use- of Coleman people Twill tdd largely to his business. BIG CHANGES IN OLYMPIC New York, Sept.. is elated that the alterations to 'be made in tho White Star line company steamship, Olympic, -will cost roughly The improvements will include the in- troduction of a complete inner sltin throughout the most vulnerable, pbi- tions of the vessel and Increases in he height and number of water-tight bulkheads i Valuable Property For Salf PARCEL No. 1. S Subdivision 124 and 129 Block 3. Lota i and SS to '15 Block 4, 1, to 11; 35 to 30; 33 to 36; 39 to 43; 4? to 48. in all 39 lots at as follows Cash 90 days 150 days 365 diys f PARCEL No. 2 Subdivision 99, 100, 101 Block 15, Lots G to 37 Block 14, Lots 24 to 41. Block 12, Lots 3 to 10; 19 to 2G. Block 13, Lots 6 to 10, 13 to 21, and 30 to 33. In all S4 lots at P payable as Cash 90 365 T. H. Stagg Co. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridge We Have Received today a bmioh ol! good residoiiliul lols at rifice prices and shall be pleased to quote you on any of tliein. If you buy through us, you buy right. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. St. ;