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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HEKALD The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as rnucli ns you like. You will fail to find any tiling that offers, cverytliiiig considered, as attractive a buy "as FAIRMONT. Come in and talk it over. i t. Lowes North American kite Assurance London and Accident of London. Calgary, LCTHBP.IOGE, High River, Ninton, .Moctern houses, all sixes and in nil local- ities; easy cash payments; long See us "befqre buying. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD iLOCK. DETAILS OF THE Furnished in an Interview in Montreal With Wm. Whyte' AT LESS THAN MARKET PKICE rtst Block 128, clou to Courtlan'J St. J420 each. terrai. 6 lots'west side Block 129 running south from lane; each; 1-3 cash; 4 and 8 mos. R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott Block Tliu Montreal Herald to hand says Tliat the-C.P.II. intends double tracking 100 inik-s of its western sys- tem as well as laying over SOU miles of new track this year in difiertnt parts of the prairie provinces, strengthening existing iiri'lges and building many new ones was th-j zr.- jiounccmrnt made this morning by Vice-President William Whyte. Ac- cording to Mr. Whyte the double tracking is to be laid from Port Arthur Fort William. New PUT WEST ON SAME FOOTING FARMERS BANK UP IN HOUSE Premier SiftorTs S t r ong Plea at Toronto for Western Canada Toronto, Jan. 23.1n a riujfing- fif- teen minute this afternoon at llio Canadian Club, the Hon. A. L. bHton, premier of Alberta, made a vigorous plea for the equality of the tnree prairie provinces of A Iberia, Saskatchewan -and Manitoba Tilth other provinces of the Dominion. Citing tbe fact that these three provinces do not own thc-lr Umber or their mines, yet have to spend large Bums annually for Uie protection of the lives of miners and the timber lands from fire, Premier Si f ton de- George E. Foster Criticises Department of Finance -Sir Wilfrid's Reply Ottawa, Jan, The failure ol the Farmers' Bank was tbe chief" subject of discussion jn the House of Com- mons E. Foster undertook to 'criticize finance dr- partuicnt for- not having' found out about tbe aftairs of the baii before the smash. Dr. Chishoim, oi, Huron. asked if the Bankers' Association "nad made any.reprtsentations1 to the.gov- the matter. In rjeply, Sir Wilfrid louder said that there srere no. records in the fin- railway yards'will he constructed at ciared that the time would come vhen 4 corner on Torrance Avc.. -S 1 100. 2 corner lots in Elk. 152. L-3 cash, balance 4. a-nd 8 months. 'Terms NORTH LETKBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 538 Regiua, Moose Jaw, and Medicine Hat tnest provinces would demand ami three nev." steel bridges' will b'uilt- one east, and two west oi Cal- gary over the'How River as well as another one across the Elbow east of the Calgary yards. Lay llcavv Rails The H. yACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LOANS; CAT I? Furnithfd House and J Mi, f east on William St I, facing for anct- department 61 any such leaving been made. of the transactions of the bank, es- The construction, plans oi the coin-1IIOt- enrtoas or Jealous of vour great- pany for lOll'c'alls for the replacing er wealth or >'our of 159 miles oi 60 pound rails on the. same treatment accorded New Bmnc- wicK, Nova Scotia and Ontario on tho East and British Columbia on the west. "The West fans no qaarre! with the declared Mr. Sifton. "We are gestion aGecting iiie stability of. the ik. The shareholders and deposi- ptcially the Syzacase.aJBzir, had been brought to tbe attention of the min- ister, but beyond calling attention to their irn propriety there was no su'p- rjueace. want to live tu harmony old Manitoba and North'Western Rail- i wltb but D0t way with standard rails. Or cr 1-30 miles of new. track will be. laid control aJl our sources of revenue, i just ss the other provinces do. 1 cans. Money bargains in few We want your farm on sbort notice. A section tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager Wttcll lhis lnequaiity is removed then rors bad- full tbese fairs owing to tbe great amount ol publicity given JR the press. A. C. Boyce (Aigoma) gave notice that he would more for.a discussion of the receipt of testimonials and pre- Winnipeg and Brandon, part _ of the distance between Winnipeg and i R-JU we worij with vou of ibe Eait seaiations-by Portage La Prairie, having already ncart and sou! for our Kreat Domin- particular reference to the reported been completed. Tho line at Moow ion." Jaw will be double-tracked SL-VCH j Mr sifton was willies to admit milt's cast- and 16fr west of that city, i mat at the dme these provinces were while the line of Castor will be created it may hare been alright for Snaps in Good Lots each-3 lots Bom- pas, facing north. 1-3, G and J2 mos. 6 per cent. each-2 lots bk.120 eacli-o lots blk. 321 facing east on William St. each. 2 lot Cutbt.ll, close London. ASH S950 each. 3 lots, (rlyiV street, near Oonrtland. SM200, 30 ft. Gut- Fin- est-building site in cii-y. 3 lots. Out- close in. Block 22. 5950, bill; 0 Ashiitead St., fac- ing east, 6370 ea. must act quick. The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. A. M. Dowsley. J. B. Mulhtrn AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Co. Alliance. Fire Insurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. Townsitw T. N. CHRISTIE A CO. Real Estate and Financial Ajents Diiiaond CltT Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary PuMlc, Diamond City, Houses For Rent month, three room sluiclT. Avarnu -jieAvl-v papered Close in. month. 6 room house. Erunton St. (Ttli Avc.) month. f> room new cottage. Wil- liam St.; (15th St.) 620 month, G "room cottage, full mod- ern. Eurdett- (8th month, 6 rooms over store, mo cl- em. Ecdpatli. (3rd Ave.) month. 6 room house, modern, on Brunton St. (7rh Avc.) month. 5 room hungaiow, mod- ern. Cntbill Street (JLOth St.) The Dowslcy- McMillan Land Co. Sherlock Building j INSURGENTS OCCUPY HEIGHTS i Limn. Peru. .Tan. j nave occupied the Heights of Taya- j ftamVm, 200 miles north of the capital, i and are awaiting an attack by the government troops which have been sent to dislodge them. double-tracked for a distance of CO j miles. Two extensions southwards from the main Line, each 23 miles long will be const meted east and west of Tramping Lake and a nruy linu will .be laici for 35 miles 'north-west of Swift- Current ant! south-cast from I this point for 45 miles. The track Moose sbuth-wesl will be lengthened by 35 miles and 20 milrs trill br added to the line west oi Wey- burn. Another extension plan for building of 35 miles north-west from Estevan while 32 miles of new track be. buiit through the Cut Knife country, north-west of Wilkie. About twenty miles of new track 'will be laid between Golnen and Spal- umachecn Landing and fully another 100 miles of netr-trackage will be laid in different parts of the province Uie government to act as it did, in- the ownership of their resour- ces In the Dominion Government, bat times iiave chanjed. With of population and the advance gen- erally, the tlmo-hid provinces suffering from the dis- crimination; contribution of S2f500 to :he fund given Hon. W. S. Fielding. The matter of civil servants holding municipal offices was brought up by R. ing ANOTHER PAPER AT MAaEOD L.-Borden.'the particular case be- that ol John T. Gibbons, a pre- ofScer at Halifax, drew a salary ci S150 a year, and had been called upon to resign i-'whts elected avaldennac: I Sir Will rid Lauricr was surprised j to hear of such a case aad promised ,to bring it to the attcztloa of .the [minister of customs. There was evi- dently something Trrong is tbe appli- cation oi the rule, as in Ottawa two ildsrmea asd one controller civil servants, drawing good salaries and no objection had been taken, to their J serving the municipality.- He nopec. j that bo to, sides of the House voulti i Tbe Mac- i u-ork together for the formation 01 a 1 i rrvr- rrtlA trt- in .m-atTai- Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest Ibts on the market eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. THEATRICAL FINE'CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT H. Rntnven. MacDonald Concert pany, coming to this city for one of. this week at the; -Majestic Theatre, promises to be one of tne greatest .treats ol tbe season) e -most i concert parties touring Macleod. Alta.. Jan. toceiher for the formation 01 ai 3Ir. H- Ruthven MacDonald's Ifod Society held a con- i general rule to apply in this -matter.! panr consists of ilrs. MacDonald, cert and daccr in the town hall on j pianist, iirs. 'Mildred Gordon, read- .Fridav night, for the benefit o: a j KIPP NOTES The annual rafsrics; oi tbe r er. Miss Eertfla Crawford, soprano, to serve those districts which are rap member of the Society who is serious- j The annual mf-sricc oi tbe Fort I -WHO -was" soloist of the Metropolitan idly breaming populated. Uy ill- There was a very large school district was held on the; Caurch of Toronto, and Mr. Ruth- Mr. Whyte concluding his statement tendance at the concert, which was j 19th ins t. The report was considered j ven 'Mac Donald, Canada's greatest drclared that last vear the CPR 'exceptionally sood. Manager Ring-; satisfactory and tbe ionaer trustees, jj baritone. Prices nave been arranged had built more new lines in the west-hand, oi the skating rink, closed the [Mr. Urch.'chairman, W. K. within reach of avervbodv crn provinces than other railway rink on that meht in order that- ev-j secretary-treasurer, and Ed. Johason cents and will crrbodr ruuLt i'ttew! the concert. kerc all re-elected. plav to a capacmy, house BUROETTE The C. P. R. has an extra crew sta- tioned at Burdette for the last ten days, replacing old telegraph poles and fixing up the line in. general. Mr. Butler, the station figent has moved his household effects Into his new home close to the depot Ulic Nelson a section band, made a. trip to Grassy Lake last week to I Thf. Cinderelia Club will bold oue j of the farce schools, in the t of their regular danct-s in the town district. NcKlands. Rolling Hills and! hail on Friday. may be reserved by pbone at any time from now on. next Tuesday nfdu. Today a nev: '.oral paper appeared on the streets, bcinj: delivered 10 ev- eryone frre containing all the rr- cent local nrw-. The name Q! the publication is ''Town Topics" and will be .published every Saturdav by J. E. Pcmhi-r, editor oi ths Mac- i Itod Advertiser. Tho p.ipcr is givrr. dcoentis entirclv Fort Kipp at present possess a teach- er. Tbe Lethbridge ffilHcries are now seliir.5 coal ;o local settlers. The coal is of good quality. f.nd the short haul is appreciated. A Basket Social and dance was helri st Fort Kipp school house on the v those "A STUBBORN CINDERELLA" make proof for his homestead. John Hogland nnd Geo. ofi awaj" rrcr How island took in the dauce here! thp for its upkeep. II Friday evening; returning home nin alor'5 'he samp lints lollowins: rlay. which will in future notico large bills printrri in Calgary hy Mr. around town announcing a dance the'and sent down to Macieod on Frilav of this month at thisinicht- Pomber has bought our- the ir.tcresiP of A. Murdock ir. the "A Stubborn the mu- sical comedy oi quality, by the au- tbors oi "The Time, the Place and the "The Goddess of and other successes, 'will be the at- traction at the Msjestk Theatre Fri- Over forty dollars was raised day and Saturday. Feb. 5 ann 4. This AGO 0 D StJY ''suid Two' Lots On -Round -Street, Only Good terms given. Bouse now rents fur per month. W. R. Dobbin 310 7th St. South ihr be will likely be a weli attenrlprJ dnnco, a? AVinnifred has a bunch of Roys, and tney always try to tnal everybody enjoys themselves. MKSS Bow Island, was i Kunlctte visitor Fridr.j-. She remain- ed for tho dance in'the evening. Mr. I'roctor lias finished the new school house, nnd has gone to Lcth- brUlge to work ?.t his old trade. Maclrnd Advertiser, and Mr. Murdo lc has Irft for TaUary. where will on onr of the papers. Miss II. M. ColHngs, now of Kcr- nie. is in town on a visit lo Mrs. J. A. -Stnithrrs. There is considerable disaission in council lately to the K. F. Hows intended to leavo forthciof a Superinvrndrnt of Public Works. Uavirt Wilson, Imperial street, iramilton. was struck by a train while nrivtng over tho Sherman street cross- and killed. jsast, on a combined business and plensurc trip last week, but owing to d little unlocked for hard luck, as he calls it, wiil have to wait, for some time. A few of the young 'people intend to lake in the dance at Winnif if the weather in't to cold. 3li5s Peters will leave nox tor her home in North Dakota sne win visit for some time. .Mr. McGuinter ramie a business'trip i to Bow Island Saturday evenins- ;o procure an organ for school, i time, however, the show is of an en- some of tho basl-'ets being; bid ior with character irom the much briskness, that nl one younc plays these authors have written, us Muril-vk six dollars in the past. Instead oi depicting Sand a half. The dance was promoted acters in i'nr middle class, they bavel by Elmer Oison. i reached up 3 bit and brought into be-1 j Five rattle, which had strayed on to ir.g titled aristocracy from Scotland j the C.p.R. track between nr.d and well-to-do Americans. Slang ex- werr run'into by a train prcssions have been entirely cltminar- r.1 from Stubborn nr.ii in their place correct English has substituted. Handsome show and ''broilers" in fetching cos- tumes which tbcv chance Piter; add lustre lo the scenes. A complete story is told in Stubborn while inter- on Friday night and killtd. trillions of Germs The WaddingUra- Stuckey Cov announce that they Beg to bave Di solved Partnership You Must or Lose Your Hsrpicide Pre- vents Baldness The dandruff germ is a doarilv ene- jmy to healthy, luxuriant hair. No i matter how thick, heavy and beautiful The irira is to set, 3 person, if pos- j mAlt6r how thick, heavy and beautiful .spersen throughout, the action oi the sib'.e. who would look after the laying j your hair may the dandruff j pjece are decidedly clever of sewers and water mains, do bp there at work and verj" j nunibf-rs, many oi thcra'bJP-ng die- town's issue all the build- j as vou do not take 5lits- is this true oi ing permits. the layinp nf Uteps to check the ravages of this! "When you F rst Kiss the Last Girl jn tbe IUY, GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business will be carried on under tbe firm name R. Stuckey Son, And br strict attention to business hope to be favored the patronage given old firm. An electric sineUins plant xvui be at Chat's Falls. 20 mita NORTON TO QUIT PRESIDENT irora Ottawa by American and English Washington, Jan. fact th'atiIc< capitalists. An electric railway to the Charles Xorton. secretary to Quebec mining conr.try is Hresirtent. would retire from thnt Montreal Counoii has authorized tho' RUion in Mio near future and return toj placr. non-owing of io i-onpfrucr private husiness in Chicago, was dis-j G. M. per year. Russell Leather, transferred to the Canadian Ba Commerce at Naaton. from tne Icod Branch, spent- Sunday h Sask., has been here lo take Mr. dandruff germ. It cleans the. scalp! a hrilliant picture. _ auows the nair to STOW as nature j pv._c" ,___j __._ _ A. uoet-ticr 15 proaucjns "A Stubborn Cinderella" and has Intended. There are no disappoint- ;33 the hair Jolllcles are Mrvc- j completely atrophied, so why put off Mac-1 the treatment until it is TOO late? irans-! Applications n the best barber Leather's shops and hair 'dressing v-'lors. Send lOc in postage or silver to The Davidson, oi the Union Bank Co, R Detroit, Mich.. ;for a nice sample of Hcrpicido and booklet telling about the hair. .T. piani, ano fund. f to: 10 r fnnu left -his; that oily. sT pretty faces and wearing some dtr ziiag cosruares adds muvh xo ibc suc- cess of "A Stubborn Cinderella." provided a most capaole company for I Quite a number of the engagement here, Con hits are bertson at its head. He is ably sup- ported by a big company inrludinc Miss Hazel Kirke. in the leadinp fo- male Tole. Others in the caste are Charlfhois. Lillian Burns. Dan Movlrs. distinct sosc them heinc, "When You First. Kiss the Last Girl You t-he "Don't Rr Tross With Me1'. "If They'd Only Lot Adam's Rib Alone'7. "Don't FV Anybody's Moon But "I'm in Love With All nri, a.nu Lnoro LrjrtM'ii- chorus shrnv twirls with T ;