Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
inlay, ___. THE LETIIBRlDCiE DAILY HERALD Many Shrewd Outside Property MIT FORD CO. INVESTMENTS rdSome of the particular features of DOMINION.SQUARE are- i Mighty-foot Boulevard. (JJuiter with (.Vino lit entrances. v ljuikling rest rid ion. ..No.Ui'mlst...-......, Adjoining Adams Park and hraiUj school. '-J iiimediate street ear conned ions. I Fruit Lands Mixed Farming Lands FOR SALE -Ooldstj'eam Estate at Verjioii, .British Columbia in I beautiliil Okanagan Valley, 5 acre tracts and t improved, all oleated lands with irrigation and'do-' Jiiestio "wnier on each some planted with one. S two, three and four year old trees. The land is 2 miles from and 0. P. N. .H. new line goes through property. Good market's.. A perfect climate and easy terms. For further information see, special agents. WILLIS McDONALD, Lethbridge Hotel Gillis McDonald, P. O. Box 541 Lethbridge, Alberta Please send me free booklet of the Coldstrcam Estate's fruit and farming lands at Vernon, IS. (J. and Best Buy in the City Tivc Lots facing' north, on Seventh Avenue on sewer and water; near Fifteenth btieet South; short time only SI Freeman MacLeod Coa Block Phone 1212 'I Have a Customer f I or (en thousand to twenty thousand acres, -pU.im plow land on hloc. 31 list lie- first-class lT. Where can I get. it? O. T. LATHROP jFurm Stafford Block Farms Loans 0. D. Austin 15-: )X Lacouibe Alta. Think This Over 47 1-2 feet by 12.7, feel, corner of IHth Street and 7th Avoinio Noith facing'cast. Price cash, balance per month.- Nortli Lethbridge Realty Co. .SPECIAL OFFER 1 I hols I iii it! Block splendid corner, ij of) liT) foot. Ave. ;vnd Jnd 81. Soulli HI Si? IOd. One-Half Ciisli: hnhuicc (j .-Mid 12 t t! months. Kxdusivc snle 4 R. V. GIBBON CO. Balmoral Block Sth Street South Considering 4 roonicd house, plastered, in "'ood shape, l full lots. Price -S-lL'OO. terms I cash. 4-S mos. LOTS sixxvsinK Trice each, terms -SL'd cash on each and ]ier T. H. Stagg Co. Johnson Block Phone 1327 GET COAL LEASE ON INDIAN RESERVE liluluhcn, Sept. Important mining deal was roiisiimatcd lii CJlol- ulicu. by which George Purvis, the well known contractor, obtained a periiotnnl lease from fhu Hlackfoot Indians on all the mineral under the lamta surrendered by the Indiana. Mr. Purvis has obtained the per- petual "rights io all Uiu coal, petrol- eum, oil and other minerals and is io pay a royalty on all minerals which thc.gpveriiment is (o distribute among tire, Indians. Pun-Is admitted he had been working on this for'a long time and was pleased to Have the Indians con- sent. Me already had associated with him a number of eastern'capitalists and in a very short time would be able lo start work mining coal. He esti- f mated there was fully filifio acres of coal land and -the intention was io tap (lie coal sea ins at various points from Rassano to west. of Glelchcn. 'Hie first 'work to be started on will be a little west of Uassano and other tunnels will be run and shafts sunk a.s cjuickty at; miners and machinery can be obtained. The Indians have been mining coal for many years uf good quality and from development they have ac- complished it has proved that the duality improves as depth is attained. With modern machinery and methods there tan be no doubt jn a very short time these mines will prove to be among the best in Alberta, and that a great coal industry will be established in this district. HUNDRED RATTLESNAKES SHIPPED TO BOSTON, MASS. North .Vakiina, Wash., Sept. shipment of .100 rattlesnakes was made from North Yakima Monday to a drug company at Boston by M. L. Little, who captured them in (be Oo- widHj valley, about ;JO miles from North Vakiina. He receives for them, pays bis own expenses in Farm Opportunity One-Half ''Section, 10 miles north cast of Stirling. Price Tor'a shorl time acre. Torms: per acre cusli. Balance iii 8 pa.ynionls at, 0 per cent interest or other terms arraiiu'cd. Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Money to Loan Tire, Life Accident, Ins, Office 416-Titli St. H. Phone 121-1 i bunting and operates all over the United States. He came here from Georgia and Florida and will go to the lower Columbia valley, where it is still warm enough to find the rep- j tiles. The snakes are desired for i in their stomach and for use in experiments to find in their poison an antidote for other poisons. Own a fa The.solid hriek. rully iiiodorn six room cot- tage. Xo. 12th St. S., .is lor sale and no reasonable offer will lie rcfnisi'tl. The lot has 50 feel- frontitge and faces east. FRUIT EXHIBITS AREJRRIVING MELONS AND PEACHES FROM FAR-OFF ARIZONA RECEIVED FOR CONGRESS EXHIBITION Two cases of cuntelcmpe melons id peaches; designed for the Arizona exhibit at the liHernational Dry- Farmed Products exposition next month were received in the city yes- terday by express, and were placed in cold storage to await the opening of the t The several slate exhibits are en route and notification has been receiv- ed that some of United States government exhibits will arrive wilh- a few days, and.-iihfi officials wbo will have charge of staging this great exhibit are expected this British Columbia is already at work upon its exhibit, and is transforming one. of the special exhibit buildings into a veritable fairyland. This work is in charge of-.Mr. Brandrith. BOAT OVERTURNED BY MASKINONGE FIVE MEMBERS OF FAMILY ARE DROWNED OUT OF CANOE AT OMEMEE 'Oiucincc, Out., .Sept. 35. Five members of a single family were drowntil yesterday in the Pigeon riv- er near Ompmee, when a canoe ovcrturneil by the pull of a 14-pound inaskin'onKe On a trolling line held by Win. McCaiTrey, assistant supply'man- ager of the Canaaian General Elec- tric' C'o., Toronto. Tlio dead: Win. McCaffrey, 30 years ol'l Laura B. McL'afircy, 38 years old, his wife; Mrs. Mary Mc- Omemee, his mother Grace }l.n'ine McCaffrey, aued 12, bis daugll- ter; Howard Seagcr .Mct'aiTrey, 8 years old, his son. Jlr. McC'aflrcy, a son of Charles Mc- Caffrey, of this town, came here his family on Friday to spend n short! holiday. -Witii his wife, mother and I HEAL- ESTATE LOANS: On City and Farm Properly N. B. Peat Company REPRESENTING .THE FOLLOWING Fire Insurance Protector Underwriters', Hartford, Conn. Employers' Liability Assurance Co., Ltd., London, Eng. Germanla Fire Insurance Company, New York. American Central Insurance.Company, St. Louis. Mo. Loans and Life Insurance The Great West Life-Assurance Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba- EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, GUARANTEE BONDS, ACCIDENT INSURANCE The Employers' Liability A'ssurance Corp., Ltd., London, England. Phone.570 Boom 5, McDonald Block Fire Insurance Money to Loan 3 lots adjoining new post office, each, 1-4.cash, one, two and three years. Lots 31-32, Block 11, Alexander Addition, 4 lots, Parkdale, easy terms. The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. All of the parlitions' and booths in ciiildren lie started down the file main bunding or the ox-position river yesterday morning on a fishing: Erouuds, and all stalls in the horse expedition. Tile weather was fine and' SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loin Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phona 768. Room 207, Tcmpleton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. seen alive after tile eanoe capsized, party did not return in the ev- sheds are to be removed ant! stored, i when the rain came on towards eveii- to exhibitors tailing was nothing in the nature charge of their spare by ihe first of of sijuall. Members of the party wen the month, and arrangements arc making to provide lumber for the ex- hibitors at a fixed price that will he i enifiir, and (.'has. McCaffrey, brother satisfactory to all, and to drowned man, became alarmed: them in every way in arranging their a'M' organized a search party. Several j exhibits. There will be no excessive i "liles llown a'c him horribly, death ensuing imme- diately. Another man was struck and thrown some distance, but dear of the track, and received but slight injury. The body Was brought to 1'Vrnie, and placed fn Thompson .Morrison's undertaking rooms. VOTE ON LOCAL OPTION Whitby, Sept. prospect now is that local option by-laws.will be submitted In January in the re- maining license communities of South Ontario, except Port Perry. These are the towns of Oshawa and "Whitby and the- township of East Whitby. venue corner t liMU. I'OlllO tO High River district, 12.0IH1 ni-rcs. Tho said to Ui; comprising se is brlilRo. is considered the best iiblc to it" would be pos- NEW DREADNOUGHT LAUNCHED Toulon, France, new Frmich Dreadnought "Pnris" was Iniinchod here today. The event was made the occasion of great popular demonstration of approval of the pol- icy of reinvigoralion of ihe Fronc-li navy by the I'hile Ue L, Cassa. Look These Over 5475 buys two corner lots. 7th Ave. S., 51400.00 buys one lot. Sth Avpnue, near St. S., price S400 buys two lots near Kith St. South, on car line. (Two years' terms on the above.) buys r.O feet, one block from New Post Office on 7th St. price HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. 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