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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKillBUllHiE HAiLY MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let lls you j City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. i 9 t. Lowes to. J. R. Anderson, Manager Building Site Lots.30 and 31, Block each; 1-2 6'iiml LL> months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. FOR SALE 0; T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, BIGGEST SNAP IN. CITY 5 lots facing nortli on MuTva} St, only one block from Westminster Eoatl, each. 2 lots lacing east in Block 148, each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA .BLOCK. PHONE On straight Crop Payment Plan, acres, 1 1-2 miles from Switch, 4 miles northeast of Chin, good dirt, W. 1-2 ol 18-12-21. 320 acres partially improved. You will hove to .hurry. LETHBRIDOE. SALE The 8 roomed rully modern house, facing east and No 508 Westmmster Rd 54500. Tciiiis. The H. MACBETH AGENCY tETHBRIDOI SAY, MR. FARMER! TVe have the choicest halt .section-In the Chin District and will Mil st 126.00 on terms or J23.50 all Best bil" in thai district. Acre tot. on Westminster Rd., 1800, Msy terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Reml EiUte and Financial Broken Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 RANCH FOR SALE ConiintiiiR of 1900 acres of flrttclaif land only three from a live town. Good buildings worth all fenced; 500 acres hi crop. Small creek runs through the place for stock. for particulars and price Inquire of The Land MACPONAtO (LOCK. REAL SNAP 8 rooftied -modern bunga- low on 37 1-2 feet, (lib Si.1 S. between 5th and 6th Aves. S. Further .particulars' at H.J.H.Skeith Phent'lMl Office opp. andra Hottl. ARE COMING TO OUR FAIR The Best Horse and Cattle Breeders Will be 'Represented .J.'tt'. secretary o! the Lethbrldge Kxhlliltjon. spent Wednes- day at Ilic Calgiuy Munition, n.irt' wlillu tlit-rc arranged (or a large r.i'.m- Ijer iit Ilic premium horses and cat'.'.e tn coiMi! to Lclhbridge fcr miv exhi- bition. Horse ami cattle men iirc all sit- ting up and taking notice of tlio maK- niliecnt cups anil large cash premi- ums Iliat arc licing oltcreil at oar fair anil there is going to be an enor- mous exhibit of high class animals here. The Pen-heron class in which a large number of special premiums iii'e offered will lie very prominent, and all the larger breeders in the prov- ince will .represented, including fieo.. l.ant and .I..C. Brewery. Mr. '.McNicol let contracts for many of the best of tne-Calgary side shows to come here and is trying to arrange to have an official set of the corona- tion pictures shown here at the even- ing.exhibition. Entries for Ihe district and individ- ual farmers' championships are com- ing in well and there will be the best display of agricultural products ever shown in Alberta. ANGLO-AMERICAN TREATY SUPERB So says G. Wade Share- Commends Progress in Last ten Years MONTREALERS FACE BATHING PROBLEM Water Famine'and Proposal to Instal Meters Starts Discussion of the Daily Dip-Plumbers Reap Rich Harvest as Result of Orders to Stop JUaks--Sir Thomas Shaughnessy Kills Good St6ry-Taxation Would Strangle Trade De- clares President of Harbor Board (From Our Own Montreal, bathe, or not to bathe, promises to become ah important Municipal question in this citv as a result of the threatened wa- ter shortage and the proposal to in- stal meters, in'all'Montreal buildings and to impose a tax for all water consumed above a certain fixed amount. Mayor Gumti. who has a supply or original' opinions on all questions that, arise, to vex the pop- ular mind, has gone on record against the proposal to measure the water supply. Mis view is thai the thought, of the water meter busily clicking oft each gallon consumed would cause tiie heads of families In become peevish, whenever their wives or children took a bath. Apparently His Honor holds to.the opinion -.hut the daily 'bath is a habit confined chiefly to the feminine and juvenile, elements of the population. On the other hand a distinguished editor has made the assertion that, one bath a week should be sufficient to satisfy the most and medical au- thorities have arisen to point out that excessive 'bathing is injurious to the body because, it removes the pro- tective covering of the skin and gives readier access (o the dangerous mic- robes that, arc blown about, with Ihe dust of city streets. In support of this position statistics are adduced to show that cases uf extreme long- TIC almost mx.uiabh found nonthsi giealcr in propoi if-000 tion than that of other in on (he ordinary citizen is won Winnipeg, July Wade Share, ,t bngllfihnian oC Uevonshne and J of Sn Haiold Hams with Lord Norlhcliffe, j among nqnTbathers.., with proprietor of the London Daily Mail, i a daily consumption' of fur has been spending months giealcr in propoi tion to its pnpula- with his son who has a farm o acies at Mimdnre Alta is his back to the old countii The tiering whether civic patriotism coin- son, who is a- veteran of the South i njm to fol-cgo desires for Ulican went with Col Plum cltinhncss One prolific cause of mei to the relief of Mtfekma and Jg orders after, the close-of the war farmed for j. 'a time in the Orange State untilad- vised -by his father, who is a tourist of considerable experience and-know ledge, to actiniie land in Canada Mr Share on his first visit to Canadn in' 1'JOl spent three months in the coun- trv Speaking last in the Hotel Alexandra of the growth of the country in the intervening ten years, (juiung the repair all plumbing leaks and the plumbers' wives' are planning lavish 'summer vacations in consequence. The question is not so pressing. -as it otherwise, Tn view of the fact that the severe rain- storms which have surprised the Me- tropolis on twelve of the pasl, four- teen' days have given most of its in- Mr Share, commending the I hab'tants and unwelcome geneial finds much to baths In the accommodation pro- vided by Ihe companies to tounsts He takes special exception to the Canadian system of catering and condemns ihe prevailing system of baggage checking as inefficient and careless. Jlr. Share Is a strong Consenalue and Tariff Reformer 1 been advocate and disciple of tariff reform for the last H6 years and I considei the Chambei lam pol tcj the finest ever conceited All far seeing business, men support this pol for mole than others aie in a position to see the effects o( taiiff refoim I think reciprocilj nlll be had foi the Canadian farmers I leain fiom obsenation and confer sation in MbeiU that it would seiiousls affect the Vancouver mar kef Mi Shaie does not think Ihere ever bo trouble between Gcrmanv and England and he is positive that nothing could occui to cause tiouble beUcen the United States and Eng land He consldcis Ihe Anglo Amei lean 11 eats the i.iost superb thing in Ihe woild Mthough not denying tliat Canada is making rapid progress and has wonderful natural (ages of climate and fertillts, Mi Share considers that, the Canadian tarmei IB loo much the slaie of rail companies ind wholesale houses to got good value foi his products Killed Good. Story What looked like, the ushering in of the Golden Age was. contained in an gle track railway on a route ol its oira through' the wilds of Northern Ontario Sudbury. and. Port Arthur, to link .up its western lines with the uasterii ones, and make the company transcontinental would build a single track all the way alongside the present single track of the Canadian Pacific through the rocky country d'n the north shure of Lake Superior. This, it was pointed out, would make, with the C. P. R., a double, track rail both tracks, it was added, would then be used joint- ly by the two companies. The an- nouncement of such a practical dem- onstration of. "brotherly love and mu- tual helpfulness between (lie two railways was very skeptically receiv- ed by local railway officials, and Sir Thomas .Sliaugh'nessy, when question- ed on the subject, .promptly gave ric- ial lo the supposed project., arrangement is he said. Would Drive Tndc Away Montreal should hesitate before attempting to strangle thp comnierce of our port by such a. backward declared Major G. W. Step- hens, president of, the Harbor Com- mission, talking about Urn city's pro- posal lo .impose taxes of aj year on harbor properly. Major Stephens, who has just re- turned [ruin.-Europe, declares that if. .this civic tare Is'imposed'it will ne- cessitate the re-imposition of ton- nage dues on all vessels, the raising of wharfages to more than double their and an' increase in rentals charged for spiicc-s and privi- leges on tin: water front. says, Would destroy Mont- real's con.'petit-ivt! position and would drive our trade to .Vew York, Port- land and Stephens de- clares will, first of all liave jo show what right'it has to tax whicb Hie Commission- ers held Kcdcnil property. The Major has just returned 'Venn L'jiironc where be has been negotiating, wit'i the Lloyd's for better insur- ance rales for vessels" ori the St- Liiwrencc route. For Women? A- reader of Dr., .Johnson has stum- bled on this bit of wisdom, which he thinks applicable to the suffrage question: has given women lavettigate AVERY ENGINES and "Yellow, Fellow" Separators Onlv Lude'rmoiinled Traction Engine on the market.'. Brackew boitctl to IJteol Boiler. Lasts Longer, Is More and Busier lo Handle, lhan Toiimouuteil Avery "Yellow Fel- low" Separators in Money Makera for Threshermen and Grain Savers for Farmers. They ars alto buck- ed up by the Strong, eat Warranties .ver given by any manu- facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY. W. R. DOBBIN, Agent Money to Loan on Improved Farms n 2 lots Block L, each, terms lots on water' Dufl Addition r each, casli 3 spur track lots, each W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Boom 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 FOR SALE Bungalo, 6 rooms; furnace and conveniencee, workshop and storeroom, fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded hy fence and shade trees; furniture goes place; 5 lots 127 rt. front- ago; on loth Street South; a.good buy; flSOO, balance 4 years or S5000 cash. Apply to owner, at ill 15TH STREET SOUTH MgRELY REQUEST NOT A DEMAND The Herald regrets that on account, of R misunderstanding of Its reporter, Mninu of (he Alexandra Hole! was niadu to slate in Wednesday's is- sue that the'P. Burns Co. would he lorced to mote out of the Burns, build Ing inside of sixty days on, account of Mr. Murray's Intention lo place the bur of the hotel there. What Mr. .Murray said, and what the Herald in- tended t.o .say, waa'lhRl.'Mr. Murray had Intimated to tho company bin desire lo i the whole building, and would therefore like if they could 1'iml another. location within the sixty days. Mr. Burns having said that al any time that Mr. Murray wished lo the whole building he would endeavor lo (Ind different quarters wllhln sixty days. announcement from Winnipeg regard- ing- a practical scheme of co-opera- tion: which is said to have been en- tered inlo between Hie Canadian N'or- thpM and Ihe Lani.han Pacific Rail-1 societies throughout Canada arc i perfecting and strengthening their It was shiliMl tliat the C in ulian several clubs'and starting a hoi, cam- Northern inste.iil oi building