Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, September Page 3 have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us Representing: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver We are now offering a full section, fenced, fine'creek, .fine nice 'laying soil, tour miles from .elevator, two miles from post office. .Our price is low, ane of our terms the easiest. This is a rare opportunity for a man with good outfit. It sell quickly. Look us up today. We wait for the land to pay_for itself. WHITNcY SLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. A SURE PROPERTY 7 roomed-house corner MeDuff and Glyn, S1S50; terms. 5 acres near' fair grounds, good for platting; terms. Half section, near land, per acre; terms. 3 lots on Railway Avenue, each; terms. W.H. JOHNSON LAND CO. .Jelmsou Block, 323 Round St. CAN'T EXHIBIT AT COLUMBUS CARMANGAY'S TAX RATE Don't Forget Pincher City i Pincher City is a sure investment. Act today. Lots from to terms. Lethbridge Property 4 corner lots in.IsTorth Ward for terms i -Rooms 1-4, Johnson Block. Will be Nineteen Mills in of the Town Uaraangay, Sept. rain CONSERVATION OF SETTLERS' MONEY Lethbridge Citizen Gives Advice to People of Mountains Nelson, B. new and Important 'slant to the 'conservation Corn Exposition People Afraid of Southern Alberta Grain The ational Corn Exposition has re- lused to allow Lethbridge to put in .railing practically all yesterday after- an exhibit at Columbus, Ohio, where (noon, turned to snow during the night, i discussion contributed by M. Free- it is -to-. 'be held this year. j and' this morning the ground is cover-; man. of Lethbridge, managing direc- Tne -Letnbridse Board of Trade put i ed to a depth of' three or four inches, jtcr of 'the' National Resources Secur- in a striking exhibit at the exposition 1 and snow is still -felling. The ground company, limited, who has been last year at Omaha Nebraska If I is soaked to a .depth of nearly three j spending three or four days in Nelson, was one of the most striking one one of his periodic trips. Mr Its there, and .Southern and! The contractor for the C. P. R. j Freeman's, theory is -thai the common Canada consequently received much! Bridge has at last arrived, and hisjmetnod oi" fearing land by burning is advertising from it. Southern Alter- i men come on to-day's train, the av- i ul to a degree, and that instead j ta also captured all tihe premiums forierage number employed during theiof Bearing being a source of expense wnich it was allowed to compete. jtnree months Tvhich; it is estimated, settler, in. the majority of cases At the Board of Trade luncheon take to complete the work, will should be a, source of revere. The! theory has stood the test of two years' Saturday, the' Secretary read a let- 60 or 70. Drilling for the piles ter Svhich he' had received from th'e'anti supports of tee structure will be trial on the big tract of fruit land own- ed by the Natural Resources Seeuri-[ ties company in the" vicinity of Nakusp, executive of the exposition which j carried out "by electric power, stated that this year they could not j Alterations are shortly being made allow exhibits which advertised any.'in the electrical eympment of ttiejon 'tfae uPper Arrow sections or districts, and that they i town, and a steam power housej' sit. has cleared a considerable tract of land at a profit, and now has a could not, therefore, reserve tor the Lethbridge Board of Trade. [Secretary McNicol remarked that 'uated' on the river banks "will taker the place of the present gasoline en-lsteam stumper working, and has. con- Itracted to clear, and improve about The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real -Estate, Loans, Insurance Ground Floor Sherlock Blk. Phone buys" one of tlie finest houses for the price in.tho city, close fully modern 'in every way; four or five' hundred down, balance like rent. v a nice cottage on Coutts street, water, light, 5400 cash -handles.- buys 3S foot frontage on London Road with shack, which pays 15 per cent, on investment. buys nice large ,lot .and shack in North Ward, easy terms. buys nice storey'and a half house .on. .Bartlett St.." fully modern, ?400 handles. days only buys two lots on Glyn street'55s 125 easy terms. Houses for rent in all parts of the city. We would like to get list- ings of a number, of houses or cottages ranging In price from .to Snap! Snap! DO YOU KNOW A SNAP SEE ONE? North 1-2 "Sec. 25, Twp. Range 14, per cash; balance to suit; East -1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. .9, Range'. 34, per acre; balance to 'suit.- Fine business corner; Lon- don" and Round" street, 75x66 cash, bal- tnce to suit. Fine corner; suitable: for four 61x125, corner Macdufx and Cutbiil. Price balance to to suiti Remember are direct ,1 from the owner. Phone 1069. gine' which is working in the town it- he had received at different times a self. number of circulars advertising the! Mr. Hummond. who has a section of exposition, but none of them had giv-' en any intention of such a change in rules. 'Afraid of our Oats half a mile of the town- site, seeded wheat two weeks ago, and it is now three. inched-high. He ex- to reap a--good harvest some 100 acres more. The "new scheme for' the conserva- tion of dollars for the .settler was thus elaborated by Mr. Freeman, -when he interviewed on the subject. Sell the Poles "The settler today is burning up not tlie exhibit to be shown at the Dry I years' i !Fanning Congress is on American soil; The long distance- line to Carman- The president remarked that they tlm-e in December. This, however, -probably afraid-of the oats that'j will not create-a record for Alberta, jpnly timber valuable for saw'logs, but showed last year. as the-same thing .was done some four cedar poles in considerable' quantity, useful for fencing, land'.'both of which -have a market value-when, delivered at water .or-; rail points. .The reason for this 'is "'that he does not realize that there are purchasers for this .'material, or that-in many instances it be laid down at saleable points cheaper than it can be destroyed by fire. actual experience in clearing 11 with customs duty arranged, it' gay is now on its way here, the line 1 was decided to to some other Its .at present at.Mqnjirch. _-__ 1 place than the' decision f A secuon or land, six miles from DISSOLUTION OF DIET FINNISH IS IMMINENT iielsingfcrs, Finland, Sept. dissolution of the Finnish Diet' appears I sections President Sevinhufvud j j as to what .place was left to- a meeting PllOllC 455. Hjof tjie to be held in Spokane during the Dry Farming. Congress. i Chair Cars to Calgary. .Letters were received at the meet- ing from the government telephone de partment saying that the..appropria- construction of trunk lines for The following new. school districts; tne season being line i sout-h would only be completed as far L3 14 i as Warner. The line to Carmangay NEW SCHOOL DISTRICTS. have been created: -1 2 4 9 10 11 12 15 IK 21 22 23 and 24 in Township 5 _; would be finished, however; from the immment. has declined to submit two imperial! Post Office department acknowtalg- Diils-on the ground that the measures NKange D lvast oi tne lng the of a communication are the direct proposals of the besn erected, into a School Bis-i regarding the carrying of mail east sun ministerial council, instead of t.he emperor. The bills relate to the rights of-Russian subjects in Finland and to a tax in lieu of personal mili- tary service. The attitude assumed- toy the president was decided upon ar a.conference of the Finnish leaders. under the name of the Doon- and west of JLethridge, and saying the School District-No. of the matter was looked into; from trict, dale j Province of Alberta, Senior trustee: K. A! Sections e, Bow -Island. 1 2 3 4 9 10 11 12 ueneral Superintendent Price, of the nere, changed hands this week, the ouyers being the Equity Trust-, and JLoan Co. Owing to the bad weather and al- so to the fact" that the roof of the Op- era House -developed an inclination to j land for the Arrow Lake Orchards., act as a sieve instead of-a, chute, Limited, illustrates my contention. I the concert and dance, which was to been held last night under'the auspices of the Curmangay Brass Hand, has been postponed until the The Gannangay General Hospital is going to 'be established "within a week or two. Over ?70U has 'been subscrib- ed during the last days from the purchased this timber, cedar poles, etc., and found a market for it to the extent of some thousands of dollars in the course of the last two months, all of which would have been a total waste if destroyed by fire under the ordinary system of land clearing. "The difficulty is due to the fact that the settler is not in touch with the C. P. K.; saying that he was looking'WJien tne subscription lists come in I into the matter of running the ohair country districts. The building 13 14 cars on the Calgary-Macleod line onto is to be fitted up and will be given townspeople alone, and undoubtedly j purchasers of these materials. I would tne sum will be raised to over j prescribe as a remedy for this condi- QUEEN'S, OWN COMING HOPT1E. London, Sept. Queen's Own Kiries will embark at Liverpool on tne steamer Canada, to Canada, at 6 .p.m. for their return 15 16 21 22 23 and 24 in Township 17 and had taken. up with Kange 19 west of the Fourth Meridian superintendent Scully, of Moose Jaw, nave been erected into a School Dis- tne connection there of tlie Soo fly- trict, under the name of the Midway ers and Winnipeg local trains. Kchcol District, No. 2271 of the Pro-! oi" Alberta. Senior trustee: .M. Paul, Kinnondale. Gets Good Samples K. j. secretary McNicol reported 'that he I had -been scouring the country- to t cure the best possible grain for es- to the town toy Mr. and Mrs. Carman. The cost of maintenance is estimated at a month, but the receipts from patients during of a year will no doubt provide nearly all this. At rffce Council meeting held last .f'n-day, the rate of taxation was fixed at S mills; this, with the school tax moition at tee Dry Farming Congress of u makes a tota] of 19 For your wants from the Nursery. Plant late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a' few foot Eussian" Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks.. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Largo Comet (E.ed) Currant and our .Black Champion nro premium winners, highcs! quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two years, per dozen and express prepaid. Three years, per dozen arid express prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our goods to grow. We want to mail our price list to you. .We want to please you. Place Orders JVow Kooteiiay vaiiey Mirror Lake, B. C. at Spokane. A large quantity of the a sum wnich is most reasonable. Dest grain in the country, had.'been Knocked by being loft in the stook dur- ing the rains of a week or two ago. nut he had of tion, the posting of notices along the lakes, by prospective purchasers, ad- vising the settler what this material is worth along the lake shore. Depleting Shores "Under the present system it is only a matter of time, when the settler win have to leave his own land and hunt for fire wood on adjoining land. It is not looking very far ahead to see the shores skinned of timber, and the set- tlers forced to go some distance back for fire wood. Every settler who has school house is making rapid ja 10 acre tract has three cars at least strides towards completion, and will these mf for an order of be.a landmark for m-any miles around. jthat fe the C' R R' wil1 ahvays su' succerdea in securing 40 rTne foundation is made of stone from !pply lho cars' The settler can covert splendid wheat from ,nfta, ,iuarries. t.hp masnns lns Tljnber into saw logs, poles, posts and cord wood. The posts and cord ttte local quarries, and the jrarm of a Mr. Bell, near New. Dayton, i speak most. of it% ic lt was as good as that which won the' aoubtertly second to none in the coun-i is un- I premium at Billings last year in. ev- ery respect, except that it weighed aoout half a pound per 'bushel less. He was to leave for Spokane on Mon- day morning. Those present at the meeting were.: C. G. K. Nourse, Vice-Pres- ident Ji. U. Rylands, H. Macbeth, F. Sick. A. B. Stafford, A. Tilicy, C. F. f. Conybeare, K. C., and J. McNicol UNCLE SAM ON SNAKE HUNT try. A sample, which has been loned into Uie shape of a pair of boots, is on view at the Grange Hotel. CAPT. KENDALL CLAIMS THE CRIPPEN REWARD. umdon. Sept Kendall has claimed the Crippeu reward. It is reported that Huntley Jenkins. K. wood must, however, be shipped by barge. The demand for posts will in- crease all the time. "In many districts, particularly on the Arrow lakes, the settlers should be able to realize from to an acre from timber for saw timber, fence posts and telegraph poles." Among the mill men whom Mr. Free- man "knew to be willing to purchase these products were Mance. of Nak- usp; Lindsay Bros., of Nakusp; P. Post Office Inspector Seeks to Find Who Inserted .Long Reptile Into a Mail Sack, is in tlie Crippen defence, and F.! K. Smith, M. P., defends Miss Le Xeve The prosecution claimed to have se- of Summit; the settlers mill Butler, Pa., became Known to-day that for three weeks the reaerai government, has been on the trail of a snake. Inspector George uraighead was assigned to the case upon complaint of Miss Winni- ire'd TurK, postmistress at Hilards, tnat she t'ounci the rentile, three feet! cured a witness that will be able to describe exactly the character and lo- cation of the scar which the opera- tion on iJelle Elmore left. it Edgewood. and the Edgewood Lum- ber company, at Robson. In this con- nection, it was pointed out that if sev- some 60 acres being now .cleared. Gna. man had engaged to put in" a settlers mill if he could get a site, and that had been now arranged., "We have brought in six excursion parties this concluded- Mr. Freejman, "and 100 per cent, have pur- chased land Arrow Lake Or- chards., I expect to bring in. from 15 20 to "see the Nelson fruit fair next week." PREACHER 14 ELDERS.. "Dispossession" by Georgia Pastor Follows Their Request That He Resign. savannah, Ga.. Sept. eiders of the Westminster Presbyter- ian church, were "dispossessed" to-' by the Rev. VV. A. Nisbet, the pas- tor, because they voted to ask for his resignation two weeks ago. liis act is equivalent ication, and prevents the elders from taking the sacrament or performing any ot'icial duties in church or Sun- y school. The "dispossession" followed the re rusal of the elders to continue "their auties as such until the pastor re- signs. The elders allege that the Kev..vir.isbet is no longer useful to tne church. The congregation, how- ever, stands by the pastor, and ap- aucled liinv to-day when he "dispos- sessed." the elders. The matter will be fought out be- tore the presbytery. BARGAINS .3 lots on Norman street, each. 'Terms.' 2 lots, block, 148, each terms. 4 lots, block B, .London" Road, ?oOO each. Terms.. R.V. GIBBONS Go. Phone 1191 Ott block. T. N. CH RISTIE 'dt CO. Real Estate; Agents. Diamond City Loans Christie, Notary .'public: Diamond Alia.'r.; JJ HEAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 118? 307 CRABB STREET T BAD NEW YORK FIRE. JN'ew Yo rk, Sept. per- sons- were injured, two perhaps fat- ally, in an early morning fire, "which destroyed worth of automo- biles at a 41st street garage here day, WIPE OUT RED LIGHT DISTRICT. b'dmonton. Sept City Com j meeting of the Brockville missioners have ordered the city po- j Me call from the' Alberta synod to.the HE CAN COME WEST.; Brockville. Sept. s. lice to work in conjunction with the Mounted Police in wiping out the red light district north of the city about wnose conduct there have 'been many compiaints recently. Key. N. D. Keith, of "Prescott, to be-. come principal of the Ladies' .College, at Ked Deer, Alberta, was accepted, and provision made for his tion. j ral f10sts or the [ieciric Hesterer for to A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL long, in a sack which was thrown off j every -nerve in the body to its tne tram here. j Jioth Miss Turk and licr young wo- j man assistant fled from the post o'- LCUOIUU VI tli AAiU. Vl" Premature decay and all sex- nee at tlie discovery, but later thejual weaknesses averted at once. postmistress returned and killed will make you anew intruder. A Railway postal clerks examined say ma- pnce a Or tvo for tne reptile must have, crawled irTcO Mailed'to any address. The Scobell Drus Co.. St. Catharines, Ont. For sale at all drug the Dag while piatiorm it. lay on the station !beach, the -mill people could send out ja barge to pick up a load at various j points, whereas no one jag would be worth the trip. Successful Colonizing Speaking of the company's own col- or.jysation scheme, Mr. Freeman said that in a period of 12 months, 75 set-1 tiers, chiefly from the prairie, had been placed on the land of the Arrow i Lake Orchards. Limited, which con- i sisted of a tract of 7200 acres of Bur- ton City. McDonald creek, and Fost- Iiall creek, am! the prospects were for as many mm- in the spring. Withii: two weeks nost office be opsu cd, the would si.-c a school Tlie company was improving consider able land for some of the purchasers who expected to go on it in the spring, Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are off ermg for sale tk< cneapest lots on the market i T r i situated north ot the track ;