Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
ScplomUcr TIIF LET'HnlUbGE DAILY HKKALD 3 Lethbridge Property COLD WEATHER MARRED CARMANGAY'S EXHIBITION CANADA INVESTMENTS Joinii 0- Was a Pleasing Array oi Exhibits but a Disap- pointing Crowd Fruit Lands Mixed Farming Lands FOR Instate al. Yonioii. British Columbia 'in beautiful Okanitgaii Valley; 5 acre tracts and upwards ci i ni veil, all el cured lands with irrigation ;iiid do- mes! ie, v.-ater on each ran eh; SOTJIP planted with, ojie, two, three and J'mir year old trees! Tbe huid is 2 iiiilcs from. Vernon. and 0. P. IV. C. new line goes Hrroiigli property. Good A perfect climate and easy lei'ins. .For further information see special a 1 Carnmiigay cshlblriou lias not been blessed will) liny roo great ;i decree of good fortune since us incc'iHion. Last, year ii bjg sionn blew up and blew down' UIB nmin exhibi- tion tent. This year the weather was cold, ami rain threatened ail day, In fuel, a few showers helped 'iu make exhibition seeing anything bui a pleas- ure to cheer for. It was, a disappointing crowd, which gathered at. the grounds Garden Products In tho imiln show, however, tho big feature was the fine display of roots iind vegetables. The lateness at the fair is held certainly iier- mits ot the full maturity of the gard- en stuff, and there were turnips, car- rots, cabbage and other stuff which well i-eveated the character of Ihtj soil around Carnuiugay. and a whole wag- on load of it. was kept for the Pry- Farming Congress exhibit. Great interest was shown in the judging of tho horses, and the deci- sions of .Mr. Upper generally approv- ed. The proverbial loyalty ot Car- majlgay people to home men was ab- undantly in evidence at the pleasure shown, when local men beat out ex- Ijibitors from it distance. This was iCTlIcularly noticeable .when McKay not more than six hundred being jire' sent, all told. Th-e exhibition wad a good one, and worthy of much better patronage. Next year an effort'will bo made to hold the fair in August before the farmers get busy at the harvest. In addition to the unfavor- able weather the farmers are busy s, rothers wonutrom colhi n tot- son, of Claresholm, with a heavy team of Clydes. Mr. Tillolson had won the first honors at Lethbridge, Macleod, Granum, Nanlon, Claresholm and'oth- er points, ami the fact that he was beaten out by a Carmangny team was a source of more than ordinary pleasure. Mr. Tillotso.i, Cbarlei this year thrCBhlns and drawing Booth, and the Hunter and Stewart wheat to the. elevators. U is estimat- ranch, of ClaVesbolm, were there with I od that so Tar tills week, over ten i a fine exhibit of horses and thev car- thonsaud bushels a day Have been ried oft a fair share of the honors McDonald Lethbridge Hotel Pemberton Son Vancouver, B.C. C.illis .AicUuttald. O. Bon 341, Lethbridge. Alia: I'lease send me free booklet of tho Cgldstrcain Estate's fruit, aad farming lands at Vernou, n. u. Name brought into Carrnangay, ami the tanners are rejoicing in grain that Is averaging No. 1'. There is some Xo. 1 and seme No. 3, but there are more getting No. 2, arid as the inirket is fair, no time is being lost in drawing it from thresher to elevator. The i farmers nro io he par- (loned, if they prefer to stick closelri had a fine display of drawings j Io business rather than take a holiday to attend fairs. The outstanding-feature of the Car- j mangay show' this year was the j bition of 'There were some good cattle, hut the attraction was the horses, and Judge Upper had to do some very careful '-'inspecting at times before handing, out the ribbons. Tile fact 'was abundantly .evident that a larga number of pure bred horses are being brought into the country an- and farmers' who know say that In a year the prestige of Southern Alberta for high-grade hors- being tunny. Lethbridge Judges Mrs.-.Victor Green and .Mrs. Cook, of Lethbridge, were'the Judges'In the fancy work department, and also of the eoolvlllg, and gave the utmost sat- isfaction. the Herald report- er did not hear one grumble anywhere on the'grounds. The school children maps, compositions, etc. In connection with the latter, the subject was to he some prominent man they knew, and the kiddies interpreted it as calling for a Bill Nye effort at being tunny. The editor and doctor came in for the big end of the notice, but ii. was Mr; Das- kerville, a pcnular farmer, who was tho subject of the winning sketch. The chances are had the.writers not attempted to be so funny, the iitera'ry value of the compositions would bave haen greatly improved. H is not ev- eryone who has 'the Bill Nye gift of es will be as great as at any time in ns history. It is notorious tha' during the [last years in the rush to get rich by grain growing tbe farmers luid not kept any more'stock than was ecesEary, and today while hcrses arc Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lois facing: north, ou Seventh Avenue South, on sewer and waler; near Fifteenth Street .South; .short time only Freeman MacLeod Dominion Block Phone 1212 I Have a Customer .Ktir (en Ihotisniid to twenly lliousantl.ai'res, slcani land on bloc. Must be lirst-olasw stuJT. can L o-et it! A TINY MITE OF HUMANrrY" i it is next to MMT in Welland, Sept. has bsen received of the birth, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ernest Billysrd, formerly of Dunnville, of a son, whose weight was only two pounds, height 15 inches, length of feet, inches, circumference of head inches, neck in. dies', top of arm 2 inches, wrist inches, hand inches, waist inches, leg 2 inches. le to R-et a good milk that is for sale. The exhibit of grains and grasses was rather a...disappointment, hut. was also attributed to 'busy times. The ladies were to the front with a llJce display of fancy wnrh and the exhibit of honi-e-madu cooking, can- ned fruits, etc.. was very pleasing. Taken as a whole, tbe fair was very pleasing: so far as the exhibits wore concerned, and tbe only disappoint- ment, was the aUeirdajlce and tlie mis- erable weather; The opinion gener- ally expressed by the directors was that an earlier dJte would be selected next year. A programme of sports included a. low races between local' horses, and a j bucking contest which afforded lots' of fun. Th-ere was a horse there which had the bucking tricks down to i a science, hut there wen could ride him. 'e men there FATHER OF FAMOUS AVIATOR GAIBK C4SE AT VULCAN O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loans London, Sept. death is an- iiimnml. :lt the ago of seventy-five, of Lord Mangntcck. of The Hemlrle, fa- ther of Hon C. s. Holls, who the first aviator to fly across the English Channel anil back, and who was kill- ''d by an accident which took place while he was flying at. Bournemouth In 1910. KID BANKER CONFESSES I'ensacola. -Pia., Sept. IJ. I.icli, a twenty.ye.ir-old bank clerk, has confessed that he roblicd the local Hirst National Uank. Tuesday, Of a package, containing. of (he Louisville ,t payroll, and substituted ,i worthless package In its Fear that the officers woiild suspect his brother, caused Bell to confess. Tim young clerk has been in Hie employ of the bank two years. IT feet by feet, corner of ilith Street nmt Tib Avenue Norlh, facing east. Price cash, balance per month. North LetKbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 Fire Insurance Money to Loan In'lx adjoining now post oflico. carli. I -4 cash, Ii The G. B. Bowman Agency ing BLOCK; PHONE 1326. INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS Fire and Life Insurance Money ii Loin Room IS, Hull Block, Lcthbridge, Phone 7S8. Room 207, Tcmplston Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Phone 5. 4 roomed liliisierccl, in I full lots, lerms li. 4-8 iiios. LOTS I lernis eiicli and inonlli, DEFENDANT WAS FINED FIFTY IN PROGRESS GOURLAY MADE GENEROUS OFFER WOULD PROVIDE HOSMER YOUNG MEN WITH RECREATION ROOM Vulcan. Sept. Mitchell has piirchaued a line touring car. C. McD. Chiold returned from UH- combe last week and is arranging to move- his family lo (hat place early this week. Tho Bank of I Limit ton has been moved to the adjoining lot, and a new storey hank will he built cu the cor- of Vulcan and Atlantic streets. In ijjite cf the inclement, weather a large congregation listened to Dr. MeKiver of Okololcs on Sunday even- llosuicr, Sept. Purcell ar- j riv-3d in iown oii Tuesday last, after an absence of two years, and has ag- ain commenced work, with the me- ebanical staff of the mines. Archie- .Slatliicsou left last Monday evening for Fernie, intending to catch th-e Flyer next morning for the Coast, where he will make his home for the future. Thoueh iho riffcr to provide funds for a new building for aiMnstiiuie and reading room has apparently fallen through, yet we understand that a proposal has from-.Mr. Rob- ert Corn-lay, of the Queen's Hotel to provide a hall, SO feel, by 25 feet and 20 feet in height, to used as H gym- nasium by the Hosmer Athletic club. Business Prudence Dictated INSURANCE AT ------AND------ .INSURANCE THAT WILL' PROTECT -'1' .When the City, placed upwards ot LisbilHyalnsurance witH Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited Representatives of the Following Gompinies: ..LIA BJ LITV AXD AOOI UhiXT GUARDIAN CO. (ot London England) NFEiNSURANUE if EXCELSIOR Insurance in force, FIKBIXSUHAK'CB Aii.ti, Assets, COMPANIES EXCELSIOR LIFE-CO. STANDARD TRUSTS CO. GUARDIAN CO. MERCANTILE CO. NORWICH UNION Combined funds I Alberta Loin PHONE 12J4 Investment Co-, Block 446-5th St. S. REAL ESTATE IXSUEANGE LOANS: On City and Farm Property Peat Company REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING Fire Insurance Protector Underwriters', Hartford, Conn. >J Employers' Liability Assurance Co., Ltd., London, EJig. Germnnia Fire Insurance Company, New York. American Central insurance. Company, St. iLouii. Luiiiis'iiiMl Life IiiMirawe jf The Great West Life Assurance Company, Winnipieg, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. GUARANTEE BONDS, i ACCIDENT INSURANCE The Employers' Liability Assurance Corp., Ltd.; Phone J70 Koom 5, McDtmald Block SPECIAL OFFER Lois 65. 67. 68. Block 25, Duff Addijiuii, close to fltli Ave. ear. Trice al 3-3 c.'ish, balance one and years, at G pur cent. Lois 14 and Block 126 fc each; terms arranired. R. V. Balmoral Block GIBBON CO. 5th Street'South Naas Valley 40 acre Farms down, and to S-'O per month, with 6 per cent interest. There's a 40 acre farm awaiting you in the Xaas Valley. 1 Get a "home" that will pay for itself with- in a year. Full on application. T. E. PATTESON 1.1 Ktairord Block AGENT eae. cash on -S'l.o er -Mrs. A. -MiiclicM is enjoying a visit from lior sisuir ;uid brother, .Mr. and iKK .ladtson of Orilliu, 6nt. Threshing is Iifcomiiii; general Iho district and i.he cui- tini; is pracrUiallv finished. i T ft. Farrand an-1 family are leav O'xco'mo" for their old home in "S .ot with forenoon and look advan age o tire (ll'.. c shiplap, wiiR-li is a vory small ilem-l sumptuons dinner, still a few did not lo obtained I till Mine for the business meet. free of all charge to the club, with iho undertake 10 cOv- SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley, Sept. Hounds president of the Ladies' Aid, entor- tainc.'l the society nil. dny on rtav. .Most of Hie ladles tanu: in the Jolinson. Block Phone 1327 Lcthbridge Mrs. Kaiser lins moved into the Dim lop homo on N'cnfune street. -Alias Agnes who has guest of Miss Davis for the 'past two weeks, has returned io Ed- monton. It. Glover was a Xaiiion visitor last, week, I J. W. wa.t arrested (his morning on a charge of gambling and (he same on his promises. Court was hold this afternoon and tlie charge In id by Corporal Cooper of Carmangay. Tho accused pleaded puilty. Lawyer Hogg of Cnrmangay defended (ho The jienalty 'was lixed at, and hvo months' im- prisonment. Mas'oti, is an old man, was ostensibly lieepiiiR a COTI- lertionerv store. bin ilutt apparently was a blind for what was going on be- hind stoncti. One young man -was t'tecced and (hern was no about Maxon hciiiR the bene- ficiary of Iho "kitty." .MafiiHtralPs Lindsay, of am! of f.'.'u-ni.nicav. tried fnso. i-'y the use of such a building, and in j fttu' iiddlLion to which .Mr. Gourlay hnsj Mrs. 5 kindly offered to a pon and an up-to-diitc billiard table hall for tiio ns-c of Ihe members. Such an institution would undoubtedly be an inestimable boon to the men of town, and ii is 10 lie hoped that preliminary arrangements will be j parrfcd through, to the satisfaction of 'all parties, as such a liberal offer as Mr. Goiirlay hus pm forward is not likely to bo repo.uetl. A soneral meet- ins of the elnb has been called 1'cr 'Aridity evening at 7.30. when all mem. hcra of The club arc urscd to be pre- sent. Loroy Taylor has severed nertion with Mnnnior mine, and has removod to Xolson, intemliuij (hero to Uikc up the real estate busi- ness. There is a groat shortage of mill; ai Kdmon'on, VinlenV, tax raio is twelve and yix- lenth on ilie dollar. and liinch. Shirley .h-. lias been ill. for a few days and was no) able to attend (o the post oflic-3 duties on Tuesday. Airs. Slicrldim and Miss Barneti. acted instead. Guy Paulson is homo for a few days to look after his wheat crop, but will return lo Carm.ingay, today. Win. McPlicrson has been on the fiiclt list FOT a few days. These showtrs put a stop to thresh- Injc; the machines are all in u bunchj again, ono each al Mr. Hell's and i Mr. Hunter's. II. Rounds, who was sent to Oko-; toks in behalf of the Sweet Valley mission, slates thai Micro will be a new minister lo chnrpo of the Held hero no later than the second Sunday in October; also that Hcv. .Mr. llaun of will address (he here.on October in the evening. K very body cordially wel- i come, to attend Ibi.s ineetiitg, j Mrs. llolden went to ('liumiifon to-1 day to meet her daughter, ilrs. Jlen- j ncr froAi Iowa, who is expected for extended visit. Look These Over bays hvo corner lots. Till Ave..S., fhoing south; Sl-lOO.OO" buys 0110 lol, Slli Avenue, near St. S.. prico buys two lots near Kith St. youth, on car line. (Two years' terms on the 51700 buys 50 feet, one hlock from New Post Office on 7th SI. S., price HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg'. 7th St.