Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday, July 3rd, 1911' TflE ItMLY HEKAMf MEDICINE HAT If you aie interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call office arid'jlet us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of J City View Sub-division v Prices Low. Terms Easy. I t. Lowes to. J. R. Anderson, Manager PROPORTIONATE REPRESENTATION s Plans for Better Results Suggested by Sir Rich- ard Cartwright Toronto, July to obtain representation of tho .Lib- eral and Conservative parties; especial iy 'In the larger centres of population such us Toronto foreshadowed bv the speech of Sir Hlcbard Cartwrlghi. Look This Up Lots in Block 23, Duff Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, each R. V. GIBBONS CO. otl FOR SALE Piyment Plsn, -ISO acres, 1 1-2 miles from Jl'lW1 4 northeast of Chin, good dirt, 1-1 of U-1M1. 310 acres partially Impimed. You have to hurry WHITNeY BLOCK, 0. T. LATHROP LETHBRIDOE. at the, dinner given him tonight b) the Toronto Reform Association. 81 Richard's plan-is-In-that of propoi tlonate renrosciilation obtained by grouping.of the constituencies In dis .rlcts. for, example where at present all tho seats are .Conservative In parts of the the majority of voters are Conservatives, under the projwsed arrangements each party would hold scats in proportion to the total vote cast. This is not a government pronounce menl, Sir Richard declared to a re- porter altci his speech, ''it is simplj fiee adi Ice of one candidate to a gath cring of vjanadjaiia and not an an official statement regarding the forthcoming redistribution in Tor- onto." In his address Sii Richard pointed out that while there probabl) thirtv thousand Liberals to thlltyfive -housaiid .Conservatives in Toronto, juiil) one Libeial had here in thirty vears" A "similar condition but in in New Brunswick: Sir Richard con- that these conditions were a DUCHESSES SIT ON FLOOR TO EAT "Small and Jolly" Party Coronation Sequel in London London, June ol the most, unusual .society functions of the cor- was tonight by Sir I'hlllp the painter, and and Lady Muriel j'agct it (the Hume-Jones residence, which converted (or (lie occasion (o re- scmble an atelier, in this (juarlicr La- tin. It wtts .'styled- "Small and and was intended, tp be a Dohoniian contrast to; the usual society parties. All the cliairs were removed and there were-no flora! decorations. enlcrtainnicnt dispensed FOB SALE 5 The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster-Ed" 54500. AGENCY _? with ami'the guests huddled on the on rugs, on.the staircases or in Ihe back garden, ,thi men smoking 'churcli-ivnrdciis" and sonic of the A omen cigaietfes If they wanted refreshments they lail to help themselves fro'ni a big asK uf lagci. bccl, which stood in the nrupr of the room, vueathcd' with jrcens.' It was a'toc andvcasy affair, all quaffing beer and 'joining m the chor- Uics of drinking songs' Hut (he sup- per, somewhat, inconsistently, was one of epicurean dchcatv It solved on the floor of Hie st.uis, or wherever thcie was loom to put a plate. verj distinguished compant, who left al! then linras and colonels at included the Duchess of Marl- CELEBRATED IN THE WET ATTABER Patriotic Speeches Made by Two Leihb'ridge Gentlemen (Special to the Herald) Tnbcr, .July: held its Do- ninion Day celebration despite the 'ain. All the programme was not out, but; between showers full il vantage wak taken, of providing the simulators with events that would Interest weather man n iiumc, included inc'inicilcss of Mar- manifest Injustice to the large masses boio.igh, the Duchess, of Somerset 01 ClUCK wrm M'ora ii. _, _ of cities who were thereby disfranchised A plan of proportion- ate ropieaentation he consldeied, would reduce .the., turmoil-.of. elec- tions, raise the standaid of politics, and attract a superior class of can' didates It would be the salvation of wily government shown to the world and he hoped to see Canada take the lead. the Duchess of Rutland, Lady Betty Halfour, Violet Asciuith, Airs Astor, the Duke of .Som- and Uioghcria, Lady Hlclio, Sii Edward J'avnlcr, Mis" J.ick Leslie, Miss Mdvinc lilliottand Mliu Gcnco PRINCE OF WALES TO VISIT CANADA SELECT UNIFORMS FOR THE CADETS was not roasted with condemnatory expressions. The. people felt .that Mlillc the rjin Injurious, to thr it was'good'foi the coun- tiv and toot the downpours in a cheerful way Had the day been line'there-is no doubt but that there would have 'been A" monster crowd here. The rtoard of who ar- ranged (be celebration, had', a' splen- did programme of sports outlined and the afl.iir had been thoroughly adver- tised throughout the district How- ever, the roads -were -too'bad for many of the farmers to into town and the day was so threatening that the outside towns, sent in a very small contingent of For a line in the morning it was honed llial the day would "clear, but the ikies soon became laden with heavy Jlouds, .mil Horn noon unliPlate ill Ine aflcinoon showers were frequent and heavy The town .had decorat- ed itself gaily with Hunting and flags .for the day In the moining the Taber band, a -cry creditable organisation, indeed, i.mlpr the leadership of' Bandmaster Iliev paraded to the athletic grounds followed bv the Lethbridgc Boy Scouts, lo the number of twenty or more in charge ,of. Scoutmaster Kaake The Scouts were a big at- traction and the boys conducted then selves admirably and the drill eier ciscs the] gave between Ihe showers in flip afternoon delighted the spec- Utoi A VERY ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators Only Udcrmounled Traction Engine on the market. bpltc-4 to Steel Boiler. Lusts linger, Is More Powerful and Easier to Handle than Toomounted Engines. Avery "Yellow Fek Separators m Money for Threshermen mad Onln Savers (or Farmers: They are tlso hack- ed up by the Strong- est Warranties ever given by toy muu, facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE TOO BOT. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent Money to Loan on Improved Farms Cnunn 2 lots Block L (erms Iot3 Duff Addition, "I" each, cash 3 spur track lots, 500 each W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Boom 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing north on McKay St., only one block from Westminster fioad, each. 2 lots facing east hj Block U8, each. North Lethbridge Realty Co' PHONE ua J PHONE On Friday evening' at1 the call of the School Boaj-d; cadet corps i__ i I at the Cenlr" Sch001' I Shoith after ten o'clock patriotic naught announced that.fhe Prince ofU'uw the order of the da, the two i "g VWes would soon nit Canada. ,n companies, under Instruct v., f rnm speech the Duke of Connaught Simpson'and Lieut Aird Womollllc ClCO B 6ald wnnt through vanous'drill exercises' the Board.ot Trade, introduc- "l can assure you that Queen Mary In a way that called forth the high- 'I'cakers, W A.. Buchanan, M ran the most Ihelj and most pleas- est praise from the board When the C F 'P RC, ant recollections of her visit to Can-1 s assehmbled mifde they were ad- D C L Mt in his an- dre'-s, spoke of Canada's free msti- Half Section close to Bar- on B, good building, fenced, TO acres In crop. Trice 126.00 per a ,J Half Section milts from Stirling, raw land Only per acre.' Three-fojirth Section, It miles fiom Stirling, first class raw land, 113 ob per acre, i years time. For further infonnition-'in- QUlre of us. The Cascaden Land -Co. MACDONALD BLOCK. SAY, MR. FARMER! We have the choicest half sectloi in the Chin on tennB or a" lot on Rd easy termi. i- The Weber-Huff Vestment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE, 771, JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all Irrigated and nearer the city than anv oth.r taUS o MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 5.0x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH UNDSEY RM! MM! FiMMwl Brokm 307 0ih Street Plrant 1183 in spirit The Prince of Wales isJBoaid. Several of the officers islenre foiti-four ago only a boy, but I think from what I tered Into the discussion regarding of our new citizens mighl have saw of him during the past week that the uniform, and it was finally de- thought al cue time that tbc United he Will walk in the footslnns nf Cidnrf In .k__1 ____., Some have "lu mat ana it was finally de- thought al one time that tbc Uiutei fa'ther 0( his cided to have short pant, Stales Ihe grea' counlry of free The Duk buckled at the but hc believed thai they would a. honorary agne him, (Hal Canada Inere HVevnres Id admiratf T m of the was as much, ,f nol nioie free- ne evpresaed admiration for Canarla I mo.- ,_____ _, He evnressed admiration for Canad. and pledged that he would do his lit most for the Dominion and the Em. I Dire. the oniu LtlrtL w nul. ;ls nlllcn, II nOI II101I uniform thej adopted, he was go- dom, than in the Republic to me Ing to get one and lurn out In parade soulh He uigod every newcomer to Ith them. He also announced that take out his papcis as compel i3; alKa's All the speakers complimented a loving enipnc Loy boys on the excellent showing thev have made in the bi let time they have been organized, and predicted 'that it. would not be long before .thev would miiiicipal affairs, and in the Hoard have Ihe crack corps of the province! Tiade and othet institutions aim A BIG BOOM Is now coming on Property Is going to advance' rapidly I have acres of land ad- joining the town of Macleod Come at once and get the benefit of the advance: J. L. Workman Box 97, M.cleod, Alt.. protection of the great British na- tion 'Ihe whole power ol' Britain's (lag stands behind off at- tack from all sides While vere a peace-loving nation, still we were ready to battle loMhc flag il it was ever attacked in closing his elo- quent speech, Mr Convbcare left with llit-ni the watchword, "Canada, First, Lust and; all the Time." A vote of thanks to the speakers was evtended on motion of Bishop uture and bis jeai and a half west lus katisfied him that Ihls por ion of Canada is tho place'lo come o Mr Weaver is from New ick and has had fourteen yea'rs ex erience In hole! business. He1 ran hole) at' Moiiaich, nd Is'knovvu ns one of the best'hotrl eepers in the provfrfce In the' Sfari- me Province he built and'conducted be Weavei TJouse at '.B This hntel he solil and weni nto. Frednclon, wheie" he had the otel known as Ihe Windsor Hall, ona f Ihe best in thai city. This he sold nd came west to Sunny Alberta, and I have never been sorrj of it." e declares Tlie1 townspeople'heartily welcbm .Mr and .Mrs 'Weaver and children t Hsssuno That Mr Weaver will con ullv to one's countrv could dis .n different ways Lojal uti take an active" mlprcs The cadets have taken a great In terest in the work since ,the' Ross rifles came Thev have their caps now, but Ihe scabbards and sidearrns are not satisfsctorj, and an effort will be made to have the'milltla depart- menl change Ihem for more modern ones (o build up (he- counrri Cana ns should also flv and respect the duct the Alberta Hotel In an up-to date manner is a foregone conclusion LORD 9TRATHCONA TO RESIGN London, July tt, the annual Dominion dinner here Sir Wilfrid Uurler an- nounced I hat Lord strath- cona would soon resign' the position .of Canadian High Commiisloner. The names of Sir Wm. 8lr Daniel McMillan and Sir Edmund Wsiker are mentioned as probable successors. CORpNATjON FESTIVITIES OVER London, Juh In con- nection the coronation of King George, as far as the metropolis Is .concerned, ended Friday'with' His .Ma- jesty's treat at Crystal Palace to one hundred thousand of London's poor- est children. .The King and Queen Mary personally attended the festival. Their .Majesties walked vhpng the Ijttle guests, who ill batches-of meie formed lliron the spates of Cry sfil Palace The general public was excluded from the palace, and all shows were wide open to the voimgiters. IN LAMITON .nil} C O Ftir- banks, of Petrolea, wti nominated to- hy the East Lambton Liberals or the Dominion house. K. 1. McCormlU, -MPP., was re omjnited for the lofislatiire. There enthusiasm orer the reciprocity! Policy. nag more than they do An Eloquent Oration Ur delivered ono 01 thr stirring patriotic addresses for which hc is noted HP urged them to be proud of their every daj in tho vear. not on Ihe lirst of July Jlone He rccoilnleil Canada's his- tory from the time it was created with only four provinces, and llus great west was only known as a barren ivaslc inhabited by bnflaloes and Indi.ins, until todaj when it wa j ciiunli) of eight million people In ing in nine prosperous provinces. Hi some of its great resourc rs and urged his audience In older to know then countrj to travel over il nnd become acquainted with its great braulirs and its wondeifnl resources of minerals, fisheries and agriculture H was the duly of evciv true cili ?cn lo strive to makr this country gtc.iter and brtlci Honor its flat and oliey Ms laws, said the speaker Have nofhmg to do with the man who abuses the flafr under which he lives ship While Canada in every respect He not worthy of citizen- iin independent nation, Mr, ConyhMre pointed out that it had o! it tke an Orman, seconded In B Mullen and I'rinuose Mc- Thc Midland railroad, suhsidiarv tr7 the Great Norllletn, has purchased a terminal site in Winnipeg and will eic-rl large vjrds'tlirrc I Snap In Inside Property Money to Loan on Im- proved Faxrm and City Property UMeith Offlci: Opp. Aleiindra'Hotd REAL SJJAP 8 roomed modern on 37 1-Z teet, St 8. between 5th and 6th ATM. S. PRICB-W400 Further partlcutari at -CiJ. H.J.H.Skeitti Phone 1343. Offlu opp. Alex. andra Hotel. woman who gave her name as Mr. Mavel, of Sturgeon Falls died n an Ottawa hotel under circumstanc that- have led the police to igate The man with her dii- ippeared. Studebaker Vehicles Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value We carry a full liije of Studebaker wag- ons, Delivery wagons (all heavy teaming wagons, 'dump wagons, con-' tractors' car.ts, etc. Also a complete line of high class Studebaker carriages Ask someone who knows what Stiu baker means. v X i The Udibridrt-Weybajn RtaJfr Itt. block of Westminster Rd.