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

googlemap

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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Batty-Herald, Tuesday, September We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses F f LOWES i j-jvy ?v i-jkj If you want to sell your house, list it with us North Americai Life Assurance Co. v London Guarantee and Accident Go. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Galgary, Edmonton; Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver We are now offering a full section, fenced, fine creek, fine nice laying soil, four miles from elevator, two miles from post office. 'Our price is of course our terms the easiest. a rare opportunity for a man with good ou-tfit. It will sell quickly. "Look us up today. We wait for the land to pay for itself. FABM SECURITY CO. .ALfA. GOOD INVESTMENTS PROPERTY CITY Lots 9 and 10, Block 4, Alexander Addition, each, terms. These lots' are witMn 3 blocks of the new school and are tie cheap- est lots in the city. If want a bargain take them -at once. 7 roomed House corner McDuff and Glyn, streets, terms. 3 lots on Railway Avenue, only 5300 good terms. a acres near fair grounds for rent, irrigated. i W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 1 SNAPS- 4 corner lots in ISTprth Ward, Business block in ZSTorth. Ward, rents for per month: Good terms. PINCHER CITY PROPERTY We are now offering lots in Pincner .City at yeiy IO.AV prices and -will raise them shortly..' Those who intend purchasing will do well-to, apply at once. Lots from- Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Booms 1-4, Johnson Block. Phone 455. MANY MORE MAIL BOXES FOR CITY Will Be Put in Position As Soon As Contract Has Been Let The- new mail boxes which arrived here some months ago will be' pladed' in position over the city as soon as the'contract for gathering mail from them is let. The tenders will: close at twelve, noon, on ..Obt.'.'Tth.- and .the contract'includes placing the new boxes in. position and moving .the four old ones to. new locations; There will in all be 'twenty-one box- es divided into two In" No. 1 route there will-be sixteen boxes, the collection will be once daily, Sundays included. time of collection will'be 9 o'clock ,p.'m., and tie-time allowed the collector to make the- round is forty minutes. 3n this route will be the boxes at the following corners Round and Dufierin. Round an-d Bom Round -and Ccurtlaad and' Crabb, London', and Coutts. Courtland and. .Cputts, and Ashmead, London pas, don ONE TRAIN A DAY TO CARDSTON n the BIG INCREASE IN VOTES AT MACLEOD Nearly Four More Than at the Gen- eral Elections started about the owned by-T- Dicksoa and was soon! a mass 01 flames.. The firemen were i called immediately? -but before 'they j arrived the'building; .which, is a sir-all j one, -to. bs saved.V The cause the fire; is still and'.the-loss.-wiir.be small as the; building'.contained .only a small J amount of..hay. Premier. came-, down from f the this afternoon's Present Double Train Service Js Not Profitable Diilinger, Ol the' railway commission, accompanied of the A. R. arrived here last Saturday at a'- representa- tion of the business met of the.town in.: the city-haii. l'.'In a brief speech he .stated "that he liad come to Ma- g-rath for the-purpose of .meeting the the I. Co. the order, issued by railway commission which compelled the company to run two trams d-ailyv. 'He 'sjatcd that figures had- been sjrven the commission show- ing "that two trains did not pay and arcernouu it had been, decided to countermand 1S tonight speaking at Orton, j .the order.and allow only one train daily. He lenow which would suit the people best. The opin- ion -of. the peoplevpresent. seemed to favor the train rstartirig -from Cards- ton, in returning in tiie -evening- -commissioner said Maunsell political meeting is j being held. expected'that Mr.! Siftoa will remain'.in Macleod for a, few davs. -J Political; being heldr by both parties'- nearly every- night, and- will -up to. the uwmana ana Asnmcau, he .would, arrange the best possible I nisht previous to; the election. .Mr, Ashmead. London and Westminster, connection-s ,f or ;other lrains Patterson will hold a meeting in the; Bompas and Redpatn n Ug and 'tlie' matter would be and Westminster, Baroness and West- gone over. inter Redath and Ashmeaa Red- h other afternoon; and; it ;ls .likely a lime j minster, Redpath and Ashmead', Red- {path and. Coutts, Redpath and Glyn, j The "total.' disr I tance of this'route is three miles, 150 feet. On 2 there will be boxes, there will be one collection s be brougtilTmto cGect. except Sundays. The hour pi...... collection will be. 12.30 .the time for. fifteen- minutes.' The boxes'.in this; route will .b-e. at: the corners ol Coutts. and. 'Red- G-lya and Redpath, and and- and DuGerin; Round and Redpath." The total annual mileage of 'the two routes is given as miles, 4350 feet- The collector has to wear "a i uniform and supply his own rig, ver- million. red in color, with "the royal coat of arms on each side. town hall here" pii Friday night and an exciting-, ineetin i0wns Patter sou vhas is expected, as i been trying to bring "in some speakers from the out-j favor a passenger j leaving-- Cards-ton in the-.morn-: side. 3.45 in the The. South Macleod 'Farmers' Band will also provide music throughout the-meeting. "The-voters''lists, etc.. FRUIT LANDS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA .UPPER OKANAGAN VALLEY The Upper O'sanegan Valley produces finest orchard, and garden pears, plums, grapes, straw berries, blackberries, currants, and vegetables that .cannot'be excelled anywhere.. The reason, is that-this sec- .tion aione of the famous Ok- anagan Valley.. requires no Nature supplying the required moisture which promotes a more vigorous .growth does that fur- nished by the .ingenuity of man; Tne "-ciimatev.'is. a long, warm, -the .soil fenile-and -product- ive; the markets -uiiliinited; the snipping .'facilities 'most Okanag- ah-branch of and Siwswap -River with., it? of -navigable waters both run through. CARLIN ORCHARDS which have. subdivided into from 10 and'are offered.aV from to per cash payment iii ancl'3 years.r Grinrod. Station -is situated' at'Carlin Orchards. If you would; like 'io. .know- more about this how productive it is, ana waat a pleai ant. is in'the Upper Taliey, send us your name and receive etc. .to, near from Write today. Roprs, Olack .Selling' Agents, 524-Pender Street W Vancouver, 33: C. Fire Insurance Seal Estate City and Farm Loans The H. Micbetli Agency Sherlock Block. PASSENGER ROBBED ON MINNEAPOLIS STREET CAR Minneapolis, Sept. passen- ger on an interurban street car no- ticed a pickpocket relieving -C. A. Bol- mgren of a wallet containing ?300 about 5 p. m. The passenger ao cused the thief, and. the latter started for the rear of the car. Im- mediately four other men started for tne door, the -passengers crowding the WASlllSSED Sner-brobke, Que., Sept.- large a-1 i satvraill owned by Fletcner Lumber ers in tute financial as "well as to insti- and social relorm, are ready and posted up now and big increase" of voter's is. sfiown. In I co. Oxford, was destroyed -by fire meniDers of tne oxj-oosltiozL were Macleod alone there wjll.be over sev-jlast estimated' at not present! L en hundred voters voting m-five sin where atTthe election ofj? p 5' r the late; Colin; Geage there" were three j-'jiolling stations, and" about three hunT dred" and." Therp'Tvill 'be about four hundred-votes an the coun- try districts-stifrounding the town. The second. Cinderella Club dance TUe two cnarges against William two sums of ?18 j will be held on Thursday night in the town hall. Percy McFarquliar had' the misfor- PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT WILL CARRY OUT PROGRAM L.bncfon, Sept. King in opening the Cortez .to-day, announc- ed that it was the firm intention of to and S24 last April employees- tune of cutting one of his fingers off "out .the Lib- ng a law to KING GEORGE TELEGRAPHS TO QUEEN'S OWN RIFLES 1 at-the Experimental--F-arm, by .repre- senting himself to be an agent of the imperial Accident and Guarantee -Co., were yesterday dismissed -by Magis- trate Ball in the City Police -Court. London, .Sept. Henry Pel- M. K. Ogden. an agent of the com- latt received a telegram from thejpany, gave evidence to the-effect that King, as follows: he had given" permission to accused to by a cutt inth work T. N.. CHRISTIE A CO Rsal Estate snd Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City "To Pellatt, officers, non-commis- sioned oiiicers and men, Queen's Own Canadian Rifles: King wishes you all: -ceived any money for, policies from speed, and safe .return to Can- 1 ASher. shop of Reeve Bros., where he was employed as a tinsmith. j The Rev. Mr; Weber, of Okotoks, held the morning services in theMeth-j odist and the evening services in the Presbyterian churches here yesterday. A meeting held to form a branch in Macleod ot the Salvation Army and canvas insurance in the, company for'Navy Veterans, whose headquarters mm, 'but the company had never re- are in 'Winnipeg, was held aisle mattine no effort to detai th pleasant recollections of practical saying tnat in view of that evidence penences ol your associatiori Mother Country.'- His pany and accused instead of .between tnief or his -companions. Bolmgren closed with one but the otUer fourj ps men drew knives, and forcing trusts tliat those Had, Complainants and accused. gren to release the man, thev warned to fee indisposed may i Soon hft rfistnrpd tn in the town hall last Friday evening. Ow- ing to not having been properly ad- vertised the meeting was poorly at-: tended and was- postponed till some night this.week. the1 tne matter rested between toe com-j J. D. Macleod, who has recently re- ada, an-d hopes you carry back man3r 'J-'he magistrate dismissed the case, tne other passengers to keep -back. Atj Eleventh street they ordered the mo- torman to stop and 'backed off the car with knives drawn. They then separated and eluded the police. i soon be restored to The following reply was dispatched "To Sir Artnur Bigge; Balmoral Cas- tle: Sir Henry officers, non- commissioned officers and -men of the FOR SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OFFERED. IN FRANCE Fans, Sept. the bi- pianist, who started yesterday with a. on a flight to Brussels for turned from a visit to the coast, cit- ies, has taken over the management i of the Maple Leaf Theatre, and j to-morrow night will give a moving picture entertainment. for the benefit of the English church. PLACE ORDERS Por your wants from -the Nursery. Plant late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a few eight foot Prussian Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks. Special price 8Se each, per dozen "Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large .Comet (Red) Currant and our Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two dozen and express prepaid. Three years. 13.00 per dozen aud express prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our goods to grow. We-want to mail our price list to you. ;vve want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries aMirror Lake, B. C. Queen's Own Rifles, Canada, humbly, !Twank His Most Gracious Majesty auto club's prize and Mng for his kin-d wishes for their safe a Prize of oflered 'by the return to Canada, and assure His of PariS' reSUmed hl !Ter at 6.-lo o clock this fornii HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND PINCHER CREEK forning. He i .Pincner Creek, Sept. the in- terested parties connected the .yesterday to descend in] Creek. Cardston'and Montana jj phone" f.34 Crab'o St esty of their deep loyalty at all times. rney return to Canada with- mostlwas -yesterday to descend in oreeK. uaraston ana Montana jj pleasant recollections- of their visit Bois de 'because trou-; been at Ottawa during II Die with his engine, but resumed his Snap! Snap! Snap! DO YOU KNOW, A SNAP WHEN YOU SEE ONE? North 1-2 Sec. 25, Twp. Range 14, per acre; balance. to suit. East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14. per acre; cash, balance to suit. .Fine business corner, Lon- don, aud Round street, 75x66; cash, bal- ance to suit. Fine corner, siutable for four houses- 61x125, corner MacdufI and Cutbill. Price cash, balance t-o lo suit. Remember you are "ouying direct from the owner. WT J. Williams Insur'ance, Loans "T. N: Christie; Notary Puolic. Diamond Alta. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lkdsey A PHONE 1183 307 CRAB8 STREET 1ETHBRIDGE, ALTA. I BARGAINS 3 lots on Norman each. Terms. 2 lots, block 148, each terms. 4 lots, block B, Ixjndon Road. each. Terras; R. V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1191 Ott block ro England. The c.'ficers who had the I iinisrortune to 'be ill are progressing later. 'ravorabiy. His Majesty's 'kind inquir- ies after them are (TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMISSION DID' NOT MEET Ottawa. Sept. the, mem- oers of the technical education com- mission reassembled in this city this morning, they encountered a change of programme. It had been arrang- ed that there should be a conference Detween the commissioners and re- presentatives of the manufacturing and labor interests, and it was found jtnat tne principal Ottawa people in- terested were abse'nt, and so it was decided to postpone the conference until later. The.commission will come back in January or February, and meanwmie tile various interests in Ottawa will get together, and select delegates to appear before the com- mission next winter. As' a conse- quence, tne commission will devote to-day ro the preparation of the itin- erary lor the western trip. to return here '1'uesday or Wednesday, when it is expected there1 will 'be something doing in the way of construction work. The quadrille dance held in the opera house, despite the stormv wea- Hamiitoc. Sept. police j -nerj was largely on "Fridajr fished another woman's: mgnt. Tne dance was one of the THIRD WOMAN'S BODY FOUND AT HAMILTON tnis moraine body out of the bay just off the Revet-, most enj0yable held this season, men Wall, where two other young! The members of "D" Squadron. 23rd ended their lives within the, .past! Aerta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale ttie cheapest lots on the market eac L1J.C- The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ;