Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sithin'ln.v, Scpd-iiiltci- 21, 1012. DAILY HERALD Page 3 Buying Lethbridge Property CANADA r k A 1 STMENTS RAILWAY MATTERS BEFORE THE B. OF T Not' Very Encouraging View About New Lines Business Men's Excursion to Cranbrook Telegraphic Service Once moro Is becoming agitated over Iho delay In the grea transportation companies comm'cnc ing their eonslructioil operations to ward Lcthbridge. Last year It, was announced by both the U. .V. ill and the C. T. P. that they would com monoo grading this year and trains would be in operation to this poin early In 1913. Now the board has received what may be considered an tlicntlu Information 10 the effect that lie X. It. will have sleel into Leth- jridgo first, in the spring of 1011, and that the G. T: P. will follow 'during the same 'season .and commence op- erations cut of Lethbridge in the fall. EXCELSIOR LIFE CO. STANDARD TRUSTS CO. FKUIT AND MIXED FARM LANDS Coldstreain Estate at Yemen, Jiritislt Columbia in beautiful Okanagan 5 acre tracts and upwards of improved, all cleared kinds -with irrioption and do- mestic water on eacb ranch. some planted with one, two. three and 1'our year old trees. The laud miles from Venion, and C. P. X. E. new line. goes. Ilirougli property. Good markets. A perfect climate and easy terms. For i'urtJici-inl'orniation 'sec special agcjils. Hotel, or 'Pemberton Son, Cheapest and Best the City Five Lots facing- north, Seventh Avenue 'South, on sewer and water; near Fifteenth ''Street-South; short time only SHE FOILS OeiN BALLOON ASTRAY i _ _ CHICAGO WOMAN SEIZES ROPE I TRAILED FROM UNMANAGE- i I ABLE DIRIGIBLE The reasons given for the delay are the usual of labor and par- ticularly lack of material in tho line of cteel. J. B. Willtie imparted the Information last night at the regular monthly meeting of the hoard. He stated that he had learned it on his recent trip to the cast, and he be- lieved -it to he authentic. H is certain that these two com- panies have not carried out their con- struction promises with regard to Lethbrldgo for Praciically no 'work has been undertaken by (hem in the southern part of the province. While the people of Lethbridge are cognizant of many favors which they can tey at the doors of the C. P. R. they feel that with railway corn-peti- tion Lethbridgo would get a better service, both passenger and freight. Tho question was opened last night by a.discussion of Iho possibilities of getting the Western L'uion to get a line into Lothbridge from the south lo give competition once more in telegraph rates. U. C. Life, western manager of the company at Salt Lake City, has been in com'nimiration with tire hoard and ivould be only too glad ijuuiujii UUL nowever ma to connect with Lethbridge once was litllo likelihood of there more n hf> nnulrl pofr i.i.nif. ___ _, more it he could getVranc connecting link between Lethbridge and Coutts. The board has been working on a proposition to supply thai link by in- ducing tha provincial telephone system to allow the West- ern Union to use their Leihbrldge- Coutcs line as as it is completed. H Is doubtful, however. If this will culminate in anyihing laugibl-e. P. W. Downer suggested another solution. Chicago, Sept. Walter R, Smith, wife of a jeweler lit 3920 South Stale street, was crooning her baby tc sleep late yesterday afternoon improvised roof garde D'oiniiiion Block Plione 1212 On account of ill he.i.lth and consequent inability to manage, a client of mine is compelled to sell at a sacrifice a very valuable tract of land, containing 70S acres..all well-fenced and under cul- vrutor. some under irrigation, situale about 7 miles southeast of Lotbbridge and 1 1-2 miles from Wilson's Siding. I will pay the customary commission to any real estate agent who furnishes a buyer. U'ill give good lerms and take in other' roaj estate as part I'aymem. of 17-S-20 and part adjoining Legal descriptioi section. For Further infon write to lation L. CLEMANS, Ohio, U.S.A. top nf :t rear slie heard a siM-ien of yells from the street. High ijvpr head slie saw a 125 foot dirigible in which were two men yell- ing a little lender than the 200 in the s tree .Mrs. Smith S.TW by the frantic ges- tures of the balliiouisls that the per- formanre was nol being staged for hor bi'iielit. A moment, later she saw a cable, hanging from the dir- igible, come d-ragjiins over the fence dirci-Hy inward her roof garden. The i redoubled their yells. .Mrs. Smith promptly laid.the baby on linor, rubbed her hands brisk- ly, and when the cable reached her roof The T. P. will eventually their line from Lethbridge to 10 Hnlc up there wilh the Northern, lit suggested that the Grand Trunk officials in an effort to get. them to build ,ij least their telegraph line over the right of way jll the. present IMMC. There is a iai-fre Volume of business over Western I'n. Inn lines out of Lctllbrirtse which was j willing established when the Western Union success waB connected up with mis city ov-jr} 1. A. .llackay. ll'c A- R- campaign will be1 crnmpiif telp'nh'o followed oul. and i; is hoped that one man B Peal -.vcr or other of the plans will work oat. of Ihe board. Wilh the suggestion that the G. 'i P. build Ihelr telegraph lino to Coutl came the suggestion that an effor be put forth lo induce them lo con struct that part of the Caigary-Coutt railway lino first also. The G. T. P will certainly affiliate very closely with iho Great Northern at Coutts as soon as the line is built. There is large volume of traffic over tile lltii ;it present, and H would appear tha. -hoth companies would be willing to give the suggestion careful considcra tion if it were presented to them. There ;would be a large volume of (raffle which the G. T. P. would get immediately the road was constructed Alberta Loan and when the connecting link with the transcontinental divisions of the roail to the north are completed the com- pany would bo firmly established here. The outcome of the whole discus- sion was that the matter was left in the hands of the Board of Trade ex- ecutive lo plan out some effective campaign .to get action loading to a second road into the city in the short- est possible lime. If nothing else will succeed the Board is willing that a delegation bo sent to Winnipeg to nterview both the C. N. R. and the T. P..officials in the matter of new railways and obtain some definite in- Railway matters occupied almost the whole time of tho meeting last night. Robert Nimmons was of the opinion that tho C. P. R. should be approached 'with the idea of getting the schedule on the new Aklersyde service amended so that It would be more favorable to Lethbridge: The matter has been discussed previously by the board executive, and will be taken up with the travelling passenesr agent on his visit here this week." It pointed out, however, that there 'being any change at the present, time. It is understood that -the company is contemplating the proposition of "run- ning a through train from Coutts to Calgary commencing probably with the October time table, and at that time the schedule may be amended to be more favorable to this city. If the Lsthbridgc business men's excursion to Cranbrook materializes It will be held during the fore part of irintid Business Prudence Dictated INSURANCE AT LOWEST, COST ------AND------ i INSURANCE THAT WILL PROTECT .When the Clly placed upwards of Liability Insurance: with Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited RepreienUtivai Or the Following.Companiei: LIABILITY AJXTD ACCIDENT GUARDIAN CO. (of London England) Aisets, LIFE INSURANCE EXCELSIOR LIFE CO, In.urancc in force, o land. They cd for ii.e roof of (he traction barn at South Ptal (heir aim was he urccauli ij library of books, still con- j taining in itself every element of fur- years, after his tremendous energy the museum was inclined to slumber under [he quiet directorship of J. Win- ter Jones. It woke up again when Sir Edward Bond became director, and has been making lively progress un- der him and his two successors, Sir E. -Mannde Thompson and Sir P. T. Kenyon. Every year the library re- ceives between and pieces, meaning anywhere from a single sheet, or a part of a magazine, to a hook of a hundred volumes. It is difficult lo say accurately how. many complete volumes this means, prcbably volumes a year. Thus the library increases by 5.000.000 dur- ing each period of twenty years. Dr. Fortescne entered the mu- seum (here were less than FIRE IN MILWAUKEE MILL Milwaukee, Wis, Sept. loss by fire of the flour milling plant of tho Berger Crlttenden Comuans, Commerce stieet, early today, is estimated at covered by insurance. The damage was confined to the contents. After being blind for 16 years, Lor- itta McMahon of claims to have recovered her sight at'.the shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre. Toronto, Sept. emus proposals have been made in re- said to ihf decennial revision of the Hank well informed bankers benv rr and in .Montreal express the opinion thai probably the only rhanse will be, whcil t'.le flic introdncliou of a system of com- pulsc-ry audit "Th.? public, awakened by the fail-' nrr. i.f ramiers ami the Sover-! want scmeUiing, and al- 21--R is ly rumored that the Wi" "e are I YIELD UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE Valuable Property For Sale PARCEL No. 1. Subdivision 124 and 125 Block 3, Lots 1 and 38 to .45 Block 4, 1, 2, 5 to 11; 25 to 30; 33 to 36; 39 to 43; 47 to 48, in all 38 lots at as follows: 'Cash 3" days 150 days 365 days PARCEL No. 2, Subdivision 101 Block 15, Lots f> to 37. Block 14, Lots to 41. Block 12, Lots 3 to 10; 19 to 26. Block 13, 0 to 10, 13 to 21, and 30 to 33. In all S4 lots at. JH.600, payable as follows- 365 days T. H. Stagg Co. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridge pign bai though I do uol believe it will bo a _____ Panacea for ail ills, a system of audit and lil'th streets, but some good, and at any rale, liad. They bad 'll ('o no declared a prom iry measure to throw I financial man ibis Private advices from Montreal are out theh- Too', of Iruil rope, buij 1'rivate ad observers, evidently f.-aring to be car-! 'llc off eel riod off their fc trail. The roue danaK-d PHONE 636 Mrs. looked them over cas- ually. saw i hey were mil hurt, and ji returned in her baby, picked It up, j and walked into the house as If pull ins down a seven passenger dirigible j with .17.000 cubic feet of sas, was of her day diversions. The roiie -arils and pulled bricks iK-n1 and Smith slopped i en rudder W.IK ;hil Sf1. and Ihis will IK hreak 01 day. IE to be car-! tcl effecl that government inspec preferred to let ill 'lon wl" not be recommended, and in (that bankeir, whn have bean in back I I'lth the Hon. W. T. Whit Ill rough fcose chimney c until Mrs, flight. A brok. xtent of the dam- repaired at A PROGRESSIVE ALDERMAN Edmonton, Sept. C. II. .May gave notice of a motion at the (fluiifil meeting lo speak on the ques- tion of initiative, rcjfiviiildum and r.- call at Tuesday nisht's council, lie will move a resolution to ask for legislation in favor of the principles. .Minister of Finance, feel satisfied that compulsory audit will bo the moss pl.iwd beloio Parliament. DR. McLEOD WAS KILLED Saskalimn, Kask., Sept. W. Mel.rod, cr.rouer, was instantly kill- this evening, when ho was thrown from a resiive horse he was trying Milt. The animal look frifrhl at n freight Irain on the C. X. R. bridge and gal- d up the noose Lake Jim- of the C. X. K. An excavation between th lies causa! the animal 10 fall, throw- ing its twenty-five feet, and breaking its own neck In the fall. i overnment is on tho point of yielding to the demands cf Socialists for the introduction of a bill in parliament providing for uni- versal suffrage. The measure, it is expected, will give the right to vote to every man and woman when they reach their majority, and a double vote to the paternal heads of families. No official confirmation of the report is available. WATERWAYS COMMISSION Kenora, Out.. Sept. it il! tn> in iho benefit of the- manufac- turing interests in Ihis district to i niuinuiti the present level of the Lake of Ihc Woods with regulations, or whether the level should be higher and maintained without regulation, vcro two main points discussed before the Joint commission on inter- iiuional waterways at Kenora this morning. In opening proceedings, Ion. Chas. E, Casgrain, who occupied the chair, welcomed the American comniiasioucrs to Canada. Ill M i hi IJJLLULUUU Look These Over S475 two corner lots. 7th Ave. S.. facing buys one lot, Sth Avenue near 13th St. S., price S40O buys two lots near l.'Uh Si. South, on car lint-. iTwo years' lernis on the above.) buys 50 feet. block Irom Nsw post Office mi 7th St. S., price HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St.