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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J2.11M1. THE LETHBRIIX3E DAILY HERALD I MEDICINE HAT Jf j'ou arc inlcrestsd ill the City of Mcdiciiie Hut, call office aud'let us sli'ow you iuaps, blue of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager GREAT FALLS BUSINESS MEN ARE COMING HERE Building Site Lots 30 and 01, Block 92, each; 1-2 cash; balance C mid 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. rhon. Ott Hack FOR SALE On straight. Crop Payment Plan, 480 acres, 1 1-Z miles from. Neidpath Switch, 4 roller northsast'of Chin, good dirt, W. 1-2 ot 12-12-21, 320 acres partially improved. You will have to hurry. O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY SLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. Will Also Include Banff and Calgary in Their Tour Cittnl mum- bci'.s of Ihi! board! of-commerce arc just iiou planning foi an excursion into Canada wild U-Uibridgc as an objective'point anrt probably a .visit to Calgary included in tlioir llincr- IIIT. Tbo matter has been mulct fon- sicleialion for some months, as tlic trip is to be nwilc primarily to visit Uic board of trade of Lethbridge and he the guests of that orgiux.ation in return.for a visit, the members or thai busy city made to (ircnl falls in the spring The present proposition involves throe elements and it is making a de- cision as to these Hhat is calling for the action'on the part of the board i members.- First, it is a question as, to whether the." trip shall be nude only to Lethbridge. or will be made to .include'Calgary. Second, if the Irip is nmcle to both places, shall the l.-and be taken .with the parly, and tiilid, if olll> l.flhhndge is, Msiled, 1OK SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing cnst and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY SHERLOCK BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots lacing north on McKay St., only one block trora Westminster Eoad, each. 2 lots facing east in Block 148, each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. No. 1 Ranching Propositions acres In block, 50 ner cent tillable, i tinning water on tract; per acre; good terms 2240 pcies 8 miles Tiom good town, 50 ner cent or more till- able, several airings on tiact, JT350 pei ncie, good terras Good halt aection on line, onl) fll 00 ner Here The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avemio (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Ettate and Financial Broken Office 307 6tb Street Phone 1183 shall the band be carried along Tlic proposition to go to Let-b- ridge only will: require but, two Hghls and one dav If the journej is extended- to Calgary, it-- will require hrce nights and two Secrctau Oliver M. Holmes of ihe board of I commerce has secured figures from. j the railroad company as. to the jcost of the.proposed trip and the es- timates arc all'made on the basis of talcing 75 men in the party. On that basis, if the band was taken along, Ihe railroad fare for each in- dividual of the 75 "would he approxi- mately J28. The fare to; LeUilirjdgc, on.the same basis, figured a little less than j 1 o tbih must be added the cost of meals and expenses. .The ticket co-it takes caie of only the fare and the sleeper charges. A few members have suggested a different itinerary to include a visit to Banff, but some or the leaders in the movement believe .there-will not lie a sullioienl call for that plan to j variant the trip There is a j ing belief, however, that the w sit wilt he made to include Calgarj and to carry the band along with the party. The board of trade of Lethbridge .has urged the Great Falls -men to coine tlip lasf: week of this'month and thcv.want to have, an advance notice of "a few days, for they declare -they propose tv) show their guests a royal welcome, when they come across0 the border T lie Lethbndge people were so wol] pleased with their treatment uhi'e visitors here tliat thcv intend to make the r'entertainment of this then eMdencc of how well the} pnjojpd Great Falls' hospitality C dlgan is quite about (lie p.utv extending its to that citv and the business men u lio nequenl point are in gmg ihe local board to be sure j to include Caiman in the program' of the board, for tbe departure of the excursion of boosters from Great Fii'lls to carry the wreath of friend trade Interests into the dominion plan of the board of com- mCrce-tb'takt1 three sleepers as a spe- lenve this city in the afte'rmtQn.'or evening, Rolng througli tb.rt'alRary. Arriving in Calgary on the foflouing moniing, the part} as guests of the Cal- CoinmciiCiil club's guests dm the in'the evening leave for HanR', staying at Hani! llic day of August 't. Travelling from Manff to Leth- bridge in the night of J, tiie party will reach Lelhliridge the morning of August n ready for a busy dav with the members of the Letli- ri'djfe board of trade, to visit, with Uie trip is primarily unide. The stay will be day and evening, and when tlie spioial pulls out of Icthbndge, the older will be to lun through to Great Falli The.fare for each passenger, includ- in? his sleeper, will not exceed for. the round trip, counting not than 75 people in (lie parh Ihe rale oil .the basis of.75 going oir the excursion. In this connection the board-.of commerce wants the pco pie of Great to inidcrstani that H; an all-sleeper excur- sion, and that while'the. board of com- merce is managing the trip anyone who wants to take advantage of the trip and will pay the I AIL mav take passage oil the train and lie equally welcome with the board of commerce. excursion in the sensed that: the advantage Of the ratt may. be 'enjoyed by persons not mem- bers ,of the" board of commerce. 1 he committee ulio has cliargt of the excursion consists of Herbert Stiain, B rB Ie Roy Coons, Cal Hubbard and Fred Ukeil Thej accept 'guarantee from per- sons want to go on the excur- sion arid .save1 re'scrvatoins for them if the would-be excursionist wishes :o make sine of getting a ticket for .he trip. There h.'ul been a desire on the part of a large "number to take the band on. the coir.imttee, when it took .up that question, found that it would cost a-very- large sum :to icep the band on the trip and paj ts fare, and expense and it was deem ed wiser to put monej desired to be paid out ,-Jor music j into band con- certs at home band pia- position-w'as aimndoncd. Thorp is anolliei Miing which Ihe to do.' .that it is evpected popular wives.-of of the board .and that was to make welcome all wo- men who want to go on the trip The committee must close their agree- ment with the railroad very soon nnd for that reason they 'are desirous BIG GATHERING AHALGARY Call Issued for the Annual Meeting of Trades and Labor Congress The twenty-seventh soBsio tho Trades and Jjibor Congress of Canada will in Hnll, SevenMi avenue East, Calgary, Alia., beyliinlnK at 10 o'clock, Monday.morn-, ing, September 11, and will continue in'session, from day .to day, until the business of the convention has completed Thin meetingI'proinlseg to be one'of exceptional interest to the organized labor bodies of 'Canada, because of the many Important, will" come before it foi consideration Each-year baa.witnessed a wonderful growth intricacy and.'difficulty the problems to be dealt with by the Congress, and the Calgary con- vention will be easily first In this re- spect. Among the subjects to be isged are t be following. Dominion and provincial legislation. The Immigration' Laws The Eight-Hour Bill. Payment'of "wages on railways fort- nightly The street ra'liv'n-'v mi, Tho coal miners' as weir as the strikes in Nova Scot! The work "of the Provincial federa- tions, notably'that of British''Colum- bia. Abolition of Chinese tax, and sub- stitution of agreement or understand- ing, us with Japan. "imperial" labor exchanges. The arrest oC McNamara. Non-observance of municipal fair- wage clauses. The attempt upon tbe part of Rus- sia to secure the surrender of Feder- enko. The judgment of the United States Supreme-Court m the.Gomper's case. In addition to these, there are many other matters of and importance, to the workers., It is of the utmost-Importance, therefore, that affiliated body should be well represented MAKE SUBURBS And Incidentally Help C. N.R., Plan of big Syndicate July is announced Imt the rJraytori-Shak which', has recently swooped down on iontretti, and which buying umdreds of acres 'of "lands and ex- ending hundreds of .thousands of dol AVERY ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators Only IjiMlfrrncupted Traction on markat. Braekau bolted to Steel .Boiler. Laiti Longer, li Powerful and Bailer to than Topmounted Entlnei. Awrjf "Yellow low" Money Makera (er and' Grain tor They are alao back. up by the itroni- eat Warrantlaa artr given by anjr manu- facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM- AND OBT PRICES BEFORE TOU BUT., W. R. DOBBIN, Agent FOR SALE 2 corner lots, Block D, Parkview, facing I Oth Avenue. cash W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1. Dominion Block Phone 1367 FOR SALE Bungato, 8 rooms, furnace and conveniences, workshop And storeroom, fine cellar, lawn, cement surrounded by and shade trees; furniture goes with the place; 5 lots 127 ft. front- age; on 15th Street >1500, 4 years or tSOOO cash. Apply to owner, at 818 15TH STREET SOUTH "x FOR MONTREAL WILD OAK SOWN BY HER HUSBAND Cause Ethel Barrymore the Actress to' Seek a Divorce Los, Oal Julj' 7 liarrjmorc, the actress, whose mam- ars to the noith of Mount Rojdl, alongi.ige to Rllssel! Grisnold Colt, a RANCH FOR SALE Consisting of acres at fli-it-class land, only .three from a live town. Good buildings worth all fenced; i 500 acres in crop. Small creek runs through the land, good place fo: stock For particulars and price Inquire1 of itagt'flfleii Land Co. MACDONALO iLOCK. Magnificent Home For Sale _________ V 1 have been Instructed to sell the beautiful ot Mr W J Hyde, 1255 Aie S. 4 beautiful lots. Full particulars. H.J.H.Skeith 1WS. OfflM opp. Hotel. the aigument as strong as possible lor the said A P lontrcnat, president of the hoard of lasl night "We uanl to make friends with those people and DUO them ,i t We w f o together and take a partj with thai jull shov them just vitip iuake Great, Falls is It is up to (Mmlioch to for the excursion." Lethbridge, Banff, Calgary Great Falls, Iiih 11 tht; Lefh- C.ilsrar) .uid Bitnff Ihat will lie flic slogan of the Board oi commerce from nrm till .August 2 'Ihat is the rtaj flip mv.i-1 sion under the the'board Mill be m.itlc into the Canadian pro vince. and two of its: principal busi- ness centers and its chief pleasure re- sort It tin date set in the spe- cial committee of llic board at a spe- cial meeting last evening in the of (ice uf P Longewaj, president that rfll who to mako Ihe trip on the tiooster liain shall see the conn itteo ,is as possible H mav some think it: will io take more than three 'sleepers to cany the excursionists, and if such lie the case the commit- tee, wants In know it early Conimitimiian Coons -is going to make a trip to I hose cities ncxi woeic and lie will act as ihe advance lie line generally supposed (o be tha which the Canadian Northern Railwa will follow in making its, entry to thi city-will shortly apply, to the Domin ion government for ".articles or clalion.- The charter will gi the syndicate great power. The aim to establish important s.uburbs between the city and the .Back River bridge which the C. N. R. will erect In making ts entrance to Montreal. .The syn'dj cnte has financial backing tb ihe es tent of and will ue capital ized between five and .ten millions. As Jiero are a number of shareholders it who have received shares'li iei; of cash payments for the Urn which they have sold to-, the synd nte it'will be arranged to have the of thr Un.leis and tell the [stock listed in Montreal The pai people acioss flu holder of the crowd that is coming io visit them. The ears' in tlic special tram will nit can bin IMS can seen for blocks and read when the train is not moving. The streamer: w.iil bear fhn words RccipvociU of Commerce" Sav for said one of the1 mem- bers of the coimr.iliee after the meet- tig, "that it is up fo the people of Orcat ;FalH; now, .whether members of the'board or not-, Ib-make this the WORLDNEWSAT A GLANCE 'Ihe ninnipeg cih council and the street rr.ilunj companj are st anoth- er deadlock" the rights of the company to supply, gas -by-mains the city streets. R. L. Horriun arrived in Ottawa Irom Hie west, and announced 'his continued opposition to the rcciproc- lie and Mr Perley departed for a fishing trip. Accidental death, the .verdict rendered in the, second inquest on the body of .lames McDonald, of. Winni- peg, "ho UHS found dead m a cellar a ureKs, ago _( Thn a while man was uneartlifid near Morden, while C O Haihillon was grading the ro.irt and it ivthotuthv ta of kind undertaken. It .is ;.international event and everv business man who can should join Let us show ilio'ie people their, friend- ship' mid we will get their be that of a man belonging to a sur- vey party, cam peri near the spot over thirty years ago. A Bay City, Mich., report savs that that Alpena is burning.up. Oscoda, with a pupiilation of al- ready been destroyed. Other towns a danger One of tne worst.storms on record swept tbe eastern parts -of Canada, causirur gltMt alarm among the popu- lace; The rain fell in torrents. In Hamilton considerable damage was done to the A. A..A. grandstand and the Isolation. The talo of the lint Itsiie of Col- lier's .Weekly was itopped In by ofiler of Ihe police It, i representation of the American flat In colors'on the cover In alleged vio- lation 'of -the lawn of I be Halt. the shares is but alreadj holders have receiver! private bids in excefab of tigine The sjndicalp is known to'be closely united with the CaimdiHii Northern and is said to be a subsidiary of that company, but jnsf. the nature of the connection IB not known. The syndicate and tlie Canadian will, bow ever, it is hand in hand the. improvement of the district tlnough Hhich the propos ed line will Back River and the and in building up sub in ban ullages along the roule, to in crease the traffic.of the railroad, much the vHlagea-between Montreal and Vandreiiil are ninde to ,t soiucc of gioat profit to the C F' R and G P. R. BUYS UP ALL CLAIMS AOAJNST SOVEREIGN BANK Toronto, .July At the annual meeting: of the Sovereign .Hank today a resolution was passed accepting tl.e offer of the international 'Assets Co. Lid to puuhaae from the attainting banks their claims against the erelgn Dank, giving for tbeae claims aometliing over a halt million In cash and the balance in bonds. The com- pany have also agreed .to purchase from the Sovereign .Ila.tilc the equity redemption the'Bank's assets giv ing for that equity of redemption one million in its own common atock. The company thim becomes practically the only, creditor of the Sovereign Bank. The company waa of the bank .with the lopes of avoiding payment of doukle inenl and rich young Easterner, ago, was one ot the rornaiuus iinoUing a talented daughter of the stage and the scion of a wralthv Uiv- ih is pr.cp.nmg to sue [or duorce, her friends declare. Miss Harrjmoie will neither allirm nor She will not recel.'e newspaper reporter, hut her closest fnuiils saj a legal scpaiatiou i-, ctr- lain to Miss B.irrj mite's fl lends a meisengei, bearing a ct of legal papers is on Ins naj to New "S orK lie is to .ume tJiete night 'I'hc suit is 113 nVd Monday and is- to chatge the i iuv n- 'ence on which a divorce is. in "S infldclilj w'OTan s name is to be given 111 the cjnfplainl, t is said Miss Hanjmore, who is plavmg icre, has iteened onH her closest endi) and iias avonletr social affairs So anxious has Miss Barrjmors eeil to keep her plans a secret she solicited fiom Kl.iw Erianger, ccording to nport, a tout of the Ust so thd1 she might he away from York .and therpiipets .of the nic- rojiolis whru the action was initut- :d She intends to return to New Tork in aml'ie time to appear in senger, who is now carrying them to N7cw York- John Drew, Miss Barrymore's uncle, and her brother, Jack Barry- more, also an actor of are said to luive'Counsclled befon'the must seek a decree, Tfcey, approve her decisions Following her marriage, two years Barrj more retired stage and her home life seemed sov ideal that it received considerable newspaper publicity Then, 'some iime aftet the birth of her baby, she 're- turned to the stage, and as weeks passed she-and her husband, drifted I. farther and farther apart. l R. MAY OO IT Calgary, July B. Bennett, K C, M.I- A, will run for federal hon- ors he will tbe next ConwrvmUve candidate from according to several prominent Conservative! In the city, who alio a4d that despite UM to the contrary there'to V good possibility that Mr. Beanett will accept the nomination Cholera bas broken out in South- ern Italy and the average toll oC deaths BR a result is twenty. Two people In Pjttsfleld. Maai. be- lievers in the simple life, and both anxious to get as neai heaven they could foivtheir marriage, were wed- ded at sunset on a mountain top, fa70 feet high in the Berkshires, at. A monument been in 'aria In honor of M. Blerlot, the French aviator, promising. The donfestic trouble, so far as the Kail's oi the. actress and her young usband are lonceined, is said to ave manifested itself to friends lonllis ago. Colt, Miss Barrymore ells her friends, sowed wild oats ex- tensively before his. marriage. It was supposed that he would settle down jftcr his matriage, bui such not case, she says, after the to their home the man is uif> to been so neglrctiiil and indifferent to his domestic ties compel action by his wife Then she planned the trip West and the first were taken when i.he arrlveil Jiere. Bairyraort Hal Jwen the (Vest of Mr and Mn A C Fisk, at New York, at the Hotel Hollywood until Wednesday Miss Harrymore and Miss Drew, of her company, went before a notary, where pa.pers were prepared. .Thew were then intrusted to the mes- THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARMLANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Fenced. Stable, etc. 80 acrca Im Spring wheat Price 12000 par acre caah, ballon in hall'crop payments fi40 WO in crop, Spring wheat, looking eplendld S mllee from a town 00 per acre We have oome epltneld In raw Ian4, eloee te Weyburn fop from 111 lo per acre. i' THE Dowsley-Nulhern Land Co. ;