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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TiWiiy.AiiRiisM.1ftH. THE LKTITRltinGE DAILY ..HERALD. S The best buy in the city FA IK- MON F. C. Lowes Go. Owners and Sole Agents Sir Wilfrid Nat To Be Idle a Moment Ottawa Aug. Sir Wilfrid l.'aurlcr. will open liU ciuiiiialiiii on TuoHday, Aug. 15, In erne of the On- tarlo rlclliiBS. The place for Ilio open-. hiR rally has iiuL.yet -boon finally fix-] cil. but It thu sautliVetitc'r.rrVgroiip of countlyK' along wlici-p the reulimiully IssiieB gives the Uliiji-als uoocl hope of several of Ilic scats now held by Conservatives, sir Wilfrid ivlll In hlf; opening address make re- r-lprocily Hie great issue of Ilio cam- niilBll. His speech will he In tlio main in amplification- or the succinct and slatemento of the govern- incut's cat-o us preseiltod in his p.uh- appeal lo the Canadian people. On the following liny hs will speak In the oily .of Quebec, wherein is ills own''conil'itneiicy und .thai of William of the-Conservative leaders in thfe fevolt'last sijrlng against .Mr. liorden's leadership.- T'l-ie following week premier will devole lo meet- ings In'thc Montreal district compels- Ing'.'some fourteen constituencies. "'ivc Ulcla.v >lnrlt v- Cannon Informed FromiAugusl 28 to September 2 ho will tllat conillllona In I'H' hills he In (lie Maiitime provinces for a cor- south of town are A d'-nl liw.of'Vev'oial bpenkins; in has fallen hut not much. Halifax; wheie will be ral'1H llllls "T liordcn 'and his niond is dry. (train is well filleil and PROGRESSIVE RAYMOND FARMER (Special to the lloraldi Kaymoml, conversation with tlie Herald's -MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FAUMi SNAPS -3 roomed lioune and 2 lots, North Ward, J650. ..1200 balance inontlily imyineiitK. ISO acres jood fariii land 4 miles from rullwir. Ill per ten. terms. W. M. Harris Jnre Insurance Room I Dominion Block Phone 1367 Worth going at Two lots 25 x 125 on water ini'l at each, on easy 'terms. App! R. V. GIBBONS .0 No. 1 Ranching Propositions acred in block, 50 per cent, tillable, running water on only.is.hO per acre; good terms. 2240 acres 8 miles from good town, 50 per cent, or more till- several, springs on tract; per acre; good terms. Good half aectlon on Weyburn line, only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. He will oilier upon the campaign in splendid physical .form and with a for the fight born of ahsolnle con- fidence as to the result, and of an en- thusiastic conviction of the justice and wisdom of the cause for which the Liberal party Is engaged in the pros- ent contest. On Thursday, the 17th insl., tile pre- mier will speak at T'iiree Rivers, in Hon. Jacques Bureau's constituency. Croshy.'and at St JoJiiv, N. VtjeroM r. DanicK'oin1 of li'io Iwo Ktt'pporloiV 'o'r leader 'lump and is rtpcniitg from the lop of Lho This is likely to give a better sample of whc.'U and Mr. Can- eii ;tha sweep predicts the quality .unsiirpanHcd that provjnce Is Hlteiy tliat delivered at Hay On September niond.- The crop is'also he in Ontario sunshine is needed to save it. A lot will he put up in the next two-weeks time to lose. his. scjit. Sir .will' figaii where-he will' jntl'iir a week address ing meetings -at various places to ho fixed later. The following week-ho will devote to (he ridings of the ijm: bee district. wind up tin; five series; of .meetings- with final rallies (in September IS, .and '20 at points not, yet .determined. DOMINION IS TO HAVE REGISTRATION FOB SALE The 8 roomed full> modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Wcstminstei Kd Terms The H. MACBETH AGENCY K BL S jlendid Corner 125 feet by ]J7 feet Within five minutes of depot Water, sewer ami light Ideal spot for home Price 12100 lerms, North Lethbridge Realty Co. Winnipeg, ,Ang. .is definitely believed here that within two or three days the Dominion government will announce registration dates for. inlpeg and Brandon and tihat des- pite the efforts of the provincial gov- ernment to head the election the edera! authorities will exercise UK irmlege of -preparing the lists for these hvo. important constituencies. At n meeting of the Liberal. Associa- ion here last night Thomas Johnson, for West Winnipeg, and .I.A. Liiott, president of the Liberal Asso- ciation, made what were taken as.de- finite declarations that the federal government undertake this work. This morning the Free- Frees says editorially: "The minor that tiiie Dominion'government may itself make the voters' list for the cities of Win- nipeg, and Brandon has causer! a'de- cided flutter in the local government camp. What the Dominion govern- ment, projiOHes to, do-in the matter'has I'not been but its dutv is [quite plain. It. la to makeUheae list? y. i without [his announcement is underwood hoie when taifen in con [junction the Pddresses of Mi. Knott and Mr. Johnson, to mean li'iat the federal authorities-will do trie vork, even, though the provincial min- isters go ahead w.ith ('heir revision of tho lists Local Con en dines con cede this view but believe that the, "liplication of machinery and expense will lose the Liberal side sympathiz' ers. FOR SALE Bungalo, rooms, furnace and conveniences, workshop and ftoreroom, fine cellar, 'lawn, cement walki, surrounded by and shade trees; furniture with the place; 5 lota 127 ft. age; on 15th- Street South; ji good buy; balanct 4 years or 15000 cash. Apply to owuer; at 816 16TH: STREET SOUTH if weather conditions are good. Mar-i vesting will tiot: commence. Tor1 ten days and-spring grain will stand two weeks J'et before ready for I he bimlor. Mr. Cannon is a 'breeder of Imported and Canadian bred Royal Relgian hor- ses, the oldest am! horses-.in tlie owner of and jiurchascd by Sir Wm. McKenzie to Ne- gotiate With Winnipeg City Council Toronto, Out., it is true, as staled dispatches from that I ain going to Winni- peg to {icrsumiliy .conduct (he nego- tiations for the sale to that city af the Winnipeg Electric said Sir Uilltim this mmning E Tssmm that the council is preparing or has-preparcd a bylaw to submit tti tlie ratepayers in order Urn I they might, rtccidc whether for tot nij proposition 1C accept largest breed of orld, lie is the -v-altied at Air. Cannon two years ago. There Is also Mr. Cannon's years ago. There in also in Mr. Can- ion's stable five imported Belgian marcs valued at per head, and tv.-o of them carrying good colts. These Mr. Cannon bought this spring irom Pootman and Sons, of Rejgina, after they had done up the horse shows and carried off many prizes; a three-year- old filly, "Algela de getting i first .'at, RegltiH. fair. One Mr. Cannon's marcs is a grand-daughter of the most famous Bel- gian in the world, champion stallion at the world's fair at Paris and the fair af Mile, Prance. Unlike most nor ses of such good breeding, this stable works every day and the owner when selling ii horse knows he oan do. Mr. Cannon remarked to the Herald reporter- that Lcthbridge fa fell on an inopportune date for farm- ers. livery one will be hnsy with liar- rest just at the time the fair is on. Warehouse Properties Best position in city. each Easy terms Wilkie Ken- IfgSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, WEST A. R. 1. OFFICE. PHONE 613. AFFECTIONS BARGAINS of land, improveil, house and barn, "12 .'miles Barona, 60 .acres in crop. If 30 per aerii. cash, balance on terms Lots in North Ward. e.nsy terms 6 roometl fully modern house to rent Realty Co. Lethbridgo Holel Block Phoiie 4.55 FOR SALE-SNAP 153 ii'orcs iuljoining lownsitc of Burden, only HOO loot IVoin iiinin busiijcss vipo for sulidivision. Good house and fenced. C. P. R. Price s Hue will ruii tl.iro.iigh nrojieity. acre, Address A.B.HOAGLIN Calgary, Alfa. Of Princess De Chimay Now Centred en a Chauffeur, But She Still Writes Love Letters to Gypsy Violinist Rigo Paris, Aug. De Chimay., formerly Clara Ward, has gone .to Venice to settle the affairs of her new fiance. Chauffeur Cnsalto, pre- paratory to .marrying._ Her plan is to become an ISnylish subject, this enabling her to obtain a divorce from her last husband, the former station mast or chief, Kicciardi, which the Italian law denies her. She has left her home at No. 7 Hue U, is alstj irtic, as stated in tlt same (iispa'tcli [roni Winnipeg, th, IIP (inirinn Nnrllicrn will, rcqiuie '0 UOO men lo const Ilic tort Ar Uiur to Suciliiiry Sir William slated. There priiljalily nol niore than IhiLC clLCInc rouls in C that pay [Ilyiclends." said an anthoritv to- du and I (inoi thai the Winnipeg I j sin-ill iiintr -j isJ Ihi, k'iA lit irpcitccl jll is mi nialih round in the opera tion of lines hoond th, of le', iongestcd In loronto ,or PRAYERS FOR DRYS HE FEARS FUTILE Miniver Scuds Jiack to Sliite Cheque for .Smalt' .Madison, L. Tull. Aug. Rev. a retired Methodist minis- ig in titj fears that i pin ers for piohjbibon in YA isconsin uiil nee thf Ripid lunsit svstrni makes big money, because all its DuErency. in charge of her brother- in-law, Serapino Hicciardi. The gypsy violinist Rigo with whom Clara Ward eloped after her marriage to Prince De Chimay and who Is now playing at St. Cloud, has receiv- ed a most affectionate letter from the former Princess. Playing the "Amorous" waltz, which 'irsi. won the Princess, Rigo said to- "All is over between us forever, but .he Princess writes me most affec- .ionately. Her marriage with thu man 'or whom she left me lasted seven The one with Chauffeur Cas-. ilto will not last .so long. "Poor Princess, she adores nior- ihino. Tliis is (he basis of all her Biitui-RS. Komance for me is a joy leparled never fo reinrn. My violin s my affinity. My fioul goes into it. lovt- the independent life it gives ie. I hated the money the Princess gave me." .Mournfully grasping his violin, Rigo made it give forth music sadder than the wail of a lost soul. Thn Princess was granted a condi- tional separation frnm RirrianH in f.he civil court a few days ago. Ifiios njterati: in congealed sections. I capital is too busy in t'an- ad.i jnsl. to remain in non-pju ing concerns, and that is the reason For Ilic offer to sell the Winnipeg Klcctric n.iiln-ay. to that city." BUMPER CORN CROP COMING ;SAYS'SqOUT AFTER; LONG TOUR Chicaeo Expert Declares There Will Be an Average Fifty Bushels to Acre Peoria, Mi., Aug. a jle; tour of the corn belt; Oscar'K. jj'Ie, crop scout for a large grain firm n Chicago, today declared the corn hrbughoiit. the centra) west is in bet- ,cr condition than usual 'at this futile.'! He has returned to the state a'icheck? for paid for de- livering an invocation in th-i senate. The check is accompanied by a let- Inside City Properties High-Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as A very Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridge, -Jl licjuor ciuestion to the forefrbnt at ey- ery BeBsion of every legislative hotly, while they "slip thiough [heir own measures." FARMER MARRIES .SISTER -OF WIFE OF HIS SON Gadsen, Ala., Aug. love as warm ns I hat springtime of life, defying; old age and M-itb per- fect disregard of mixed re- lations, C. P. Barnes, aged 8fi, a wealthy retired Mrs. Bill ie Ferguson, aged were married it Gairlant todin. A peculiar feature nf.the 's .hat. the bridegroom the her-in-law of own and 11-3 iridc is made his son's wife's mother 1n the lounge, and in the ladles' cabin, and also had a fondnees for. drinks In long glasses, which the pa avengers guessed .were highballe. 'Von might say for me. that- T- waa' the sensation of the ship, and every- body talked about me I smoked in she told porters they asked her ir there had been' any unusual happenings ;on board. J in England and he continent the women smoke, and can't see any harm in it 1 auppoie shocked some of the folks on-board' n the WBJ I smoked, added, laughing, "I thought, It-perfect- proper." ter to Slate Treasurer Dahl ag follows: received 'your check for fnr. delivering a prayer in the senate. f I hank you and the senate for the courtesy, but return it, as to keep it would cre> in' crop. Spring looking iplendid 8 (ran town. 00 per lore. We have tome splendid tnipt In Imd, clou U Weyburn lurviy, (or from' f 11 to (1! pir icra. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;