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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta nijj. Tit IS DA1L.V HKKALI) MEDICINE Jf you are in1 crested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Knsy. FC I 0 v. Lowes to. J. R. Anderson, Manager iSfc Building Site 30 and 31, Block 92, each; cash; balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS C6. 11 Ott "On straight Crop Payment Plan. 480 acres, 1 1-2 miles from Nrtdpath Switch, 4 milee northeast of-Chin, good dirt, W. 1-2 of 12-12-21. 320 partially Improved. You will have to hurry. O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIOGE. FOR SALE The 8. roomed fully modern house, facing .east and known as No. 508 Westminster lid., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE Good Buys Splendid corner on McKay street 5th Avenue consist- ing of 2 lots with shack. All fenced. Two lots In Parkdale in good location, each.'. Terms to suit In each'case. North Letnbriclge Realty Co. BLjmirr PHONE 536 ROUSING WELCOME TO SIR WILFRID Thousands Greet Canada' Premier at the Capital Ottawa, July Wilfrid I.aur ler received a warm reception hoim when he arrived from Montreal i evening accompanied by several o his ministers and membors of parlla went. The demonstration arranged In hi honor was organized by Hon. Charlo Murphy, secretary of state, the Llh eral representative of Ottawa, an Liberal clubs. Tho premier, In H brief speech which he made, declined to recognlz it an anything but a, welcome bom by his fellow of Ottawa, vnn carefully refrained'from any discus ulon of political questions. He struck a new and popular not by making an appeal to the citizen of Ottawa to embellish tho city be foro the arrival in Canada of th Duke and Duchess of Connaught. am by demonstrations of their loyalty t make happy, while in Canada, thee worthy representatives of the roya family. The proceedings were not drawn out, only one hour 'having elapse' between the time of the premier' arrival at the station and tbe cou elusion of the premier's speech In reply to the address of welcome pre sented on Parliament Hill. At central station after greeting by more intimate friends, a carrlag- procession accompanied by bands es corted Sir Wilfrid through severa streets of the city and thence to Par llament Hill, where a platform had been erected. Cheering thousands lined the streets and on the hill from three to four thousand people gain ered to hear Wilfrid. No. 1 Ranching Propositions 5.000 acres in block, 50 per cent.. tillable, running water on tract; only 18.50, per acre; good terms. good town, .50 per cent, or more till acre-' terms. Good half section on line, only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Go. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING. 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate and Financial Brokers Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 RANCH FOR SALE Consisting of 1300 acres of first-class land, only throe tnlles from a live town. Good buildings worth all fenced; SOU acres in crop. Small creek nina throuRh tho land; 'good place for stock.' For particulars and Inquire of price The Cascarien Land Co. MACDONALD BLOCK. Magnificent Home For Sale u boen nstn'ctcrl to M lu? resHoaco of Mr- W. J. Hyde, J255 oth Ave. S. 4 beautiful lots. Full particulars. HJ.H.Skeith Phone 1343. Office Alex- andra. Hotel. CLARESHOLM DOINGS Claresholm, July weather looks like getting wanner but despite the late rains everyone Is satisfied and no inconvenience is being; exper lenccd from the daily showers which however, seem to have reached their limit W. T. Kigby and one or two others east of here expect to cut fall wheat In fourteen days. Showers of _ ball fell north east o .here yesterday and a few 'farmers were-sufferers. Including Dave Car glirCoupland. Ileece I ers. At Mr. Cargilrs place the hal stones were very large. One or two of those who suffered damage by the hail look on it as a loss of five bush els to the acre. The foundations are being laid for the new Union Bank building on -Jt avenue and this should help to giv, this avenue a boost forward as it has looked rather empty since tbe fire a year ago. Arthur Dunbar and J. Cummings have gone to the coast for a holiday. Mr. Dunbar will return here to clean up a little business and will then it'is understood return-to the banking pro fcssion. H. p. Chute, who was with P. L Robinson on the Canyon ranch, 'hir. gone to Calgary with.a view of yoing In for engineer ing. The new exhibition building on tlie fair ground Is nearing completion and after this is finished work will com- menec on the new stabling for the stock. A secretary's office will be built at the entrance ro the grounds. The fair Is on the Oth and 10th of August and prize lists pro- grams can be obtained from the secre- tary. Much gratification is expressed at the success of Erie -M off alt's Boss in the three-minute trot at Calgary fair. Vanhorp and Hutchinson have ship- ped In a car load of fine big work horses from Sask.nichew.in, while J. A. Gaudin shipped in nine from Mani- tlba. H. S. Hrerclon and .T. T. Simmons who bought out tbe furniture store of A. Dunbar are speedily making them- selves in town and being practical furniture men should make a success of ihe furniture store. A company to run a creamery lias been formed here and the building Is being erected east of the track on a free site donated by O. J. Amund- son. Inspector Tucker of the Mounted Police has arrived back here after two months' leave of absence. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Bourassa will probably run i Montreal as well as Labcllc', for the of Commons. I Three deck baniis on the steamer Kingston are charged with disorderly compel in a Kingston restaurant which 'could not. serve them with Tlic erstwhile president and secre- tary of an Armenian Educational So- ciety a i St. Catharines refused to turn ovrr the socety's funds to their sucVssors until taken before a mag- istrate. CHIPPIE FROM RHEUMATISM NOW; IN PERFECT HEALTH THANKS TO "FRUIT-A-TIVES" VANCOUVER, B.C., Feb. rit. 1910. "1 am well acquainted with a known to thousands in Vancouver' ictona and Xew Westminster who fcr nearly a year was practically a cripple from Rheumatism. He was so troubled .with the disease that he found it difficult turn over in btd. His heart appeared so weak that he could hardly walk upstairs. June, he received a sample of He used them and dates his recovery from that time To-day, there is no man in Vancouver tnjoyiiig better health. He was building a house this fall and slimglcd a good part of the roof in a driving rain, without suffering any bad JOHN II. I.ACY. Mr. E.P.. Mills, (assistant postmaster 'at nlso writes: "I honestly believe that "FruJUvtives" is the greatest Rheumatism cure In the Try it yourself. Soc.-a box, 6 for trial size 250 At dealers, or from Fruit-a-tivea U Ottawa, 3 St." Jerome, QIIQ., .July most disastrous fire in the history of this town occurred, this a.Ucrnoon, breaking out at 3 o'clock between two sheds, the property of Mr. Reau- lieu.. A strong breeze and the.' long spoil of hot weather, which has -ren- dered froify .lieniorrhagc the brain. Inspectors will FCC< that, ferries and otlier steamers in Montreal arc not overloaded. The C.P.K. wants., a ".right-of-way through a new pnrkrproperty to en- ter .Stratford. Arthur Haines, of Hamilton, was perhaps fatally injured by the fall of an iron girder. Ilcv. Dr. C. Henderson find Mrs. Henderson of Gnelph, celebrat- ed their golilon Joseph Rerthinme, of Hull, a co- caine fiend." is charged with threat- ening bis father with an axe. a C. P. U.', bridge- fell 11 feet on his head and at Jack, Fish; Ont. CHEERED HULL'S CHIEF OF POLICE Quebec City Treated the Orangmen Alright; No' Trouble Whatever Ottawa, July by Cliiof of Police Chevalier, about one thousand men from Pontiac and coun- tieB, Montreal, Kingston and Ottawa, walked safely through the streets of Hull city today. The celebration'was held under the auspices of Hull lodge and .was the first ever held city. Chief Chevalier was determined to preserve order. He stationed regu- lar members of the force and special constables at danger points and told the people on no account to Interfere with the procession.' As a great majority of Hull's male population wore- at work tho majority of the onlookers were, .women and children, ami they for ilie most part viewed the procession with good na- tured Interest. There was one little scrap between an Orangeman and a French Canadian who had been drinking, and they were both arrest- ed promptly. An excitable Orange woman pulled down a French" flag. The Innate cour- tesy of the French Canadians prevent- ed any countermove against a woman and the incident passed off in the general smile. tho .parade arrived.safely at l.aurentlan Park, where the .usual speeches were made; the Orangemen gave hearty cheers for Hull's chief'of police. FERNIE STRONG FOR RECIPROCITY Splendid Meeting Held by Messrs Templeman arid Clark (Special to the Kernic, C.; July Fhe Hon. Templeman and Dr. Clark, M.P. for Hod Altti., addressed .a meeting lit .the opera, house tonight i on the- subject of A igoml crowd was present. A. I. Kisli- jer occupied the chair and the mayor I was present to welcome-1 the distin- guished arid 'offered'" them j the freedom of the city.' Tlie Hon. Mr. Tcnipleman''was the first to ail- dress tlie and in a forceful speech -pointed out the many advant- ages of tin; reciprocity agreement. Dr. Clark followed with a very witty speech, which, was thoroughly enjoy- ed by all, and if the meeting held to- night is any criterion, Fernie is strongly in favor of reciprocity. The meeting closed with three cheers for reciprocity, and the singing of "God Save Ihe King." This is the last meeting which the Hon. Templcman and Dr. Clark will hold during their trip through the west. Mr. Tcmpleman leaving tonight for Ottawa, and Dr. Clark for his ihome at Olds, and thence to Ottawa. hveitigate AVERY ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators Traction on the market! bolted to Steel Bolter. Lasts Longer, U More Powerful Handle 'than Toymounted Engines. Avery FeV low" Jnoney 'Makers for Threeherxnen and Grain Sayeni for ;Karmert. They are also back- ed up by the Strong. eat Warranties ever given by any maau- ,facturer.' ASK US ABOUT; THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY, Agent FOR SALE 2 corner lots, Block D, Parkview, facing I Oth Avenue, cash M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 SALE Bungalo, 6 rooms, furnace and conveniences, workshop and fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded by fence and shade trees; furniture goes with the place; 5 lots 127 ft. front- age; on 15th Street South; good 15500, 11600, balance 4 yeara or J5000 cash. Apply to'owner, at .818 15TH STREET SOUTH OF CANADA Capilal, lest Pr.nts Finds for Yonr Trip no matter what part of the world you can he conveniently 'secured, whenever and wherever you want them, if you carry a Travelling Letter of Credit from this Bank. Absolutely safe, as no one else can realize on it, and_an introduction to the best Banks and Bankers every where. Our Local Manager will be glad to tell you all about them. Main Office cor. Round A Redpath R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grasty W.Luckharat, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, WORK AMONGST THILDREiN Among the first, institutions to car} ry out the work of the placing of child ren in homes outside of- 'their build- were the St. Mary's Asylum, of Buffalo, and the Children's Hospital, which was established in New.- York City in 1S54. Immense- amounts of money were spent on i these institu- tions, ami In ISM we find that In the city of Now York alone, -the sum of 5WO.OOO was spent in adding to build- ings already in existence which were for Ihe purpose of caring for infants in need of care because of the -fact that they were absolutely without homes. The. mortality among Infants in the large institutions was '-BO great that the majority of these luatkutions es- tablished branches In the country am- ong a series of small farm houses, or else made arrangements with private vide that home life which is so essW tial to the development of health character In a child.'' The Children's Protection Act'bf 'A I- berta calls for the placing of children in foster homes under supervision. This .act Is based on the exp gleaned -from Bother countries experiment of the Institution the experiment of the 'foster' homes have .been worked out and'the results recorded by experts. The foster so far outclasses the Institution' that this form of children's protection act is Rradually becoming to be a uni- versal act In dealing with neglected children. IF TELEGRAPHIC BHIEF8 Rev. Donald Tate, Teeswater, will go to Port Dalhousie Presbyter- ian church, and Rev. Chas., M. Wyse, formerly of the United States, take Mcrritton church. T. Mossc, formerly Japan's ConsiiU General at Ottawa, in dead. Kiordan's puln mill at Calumet, Quc.. was burned. The and. LUH ndlvidiial. for boarding-of the {visit to Ireland xcstcrdav inf.infs Tffr 5n iho raro nf _ concluded infants leJt in the care of the lion. As far back as 1S47, .foster homes were used by. the Boston Shelrerlng Arms Branch, on account of the in- ability of that Institution .to proper- ly care for young Infants during the summer months. The congestion of children In an InsuhnMrm' i REST, MONEY ORDERS The Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe, convenient and economical method of remitting- smnll sums of money. They are payable without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States. The Orders and full information regarding them may. be obtained on application at the Bank. In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount of the lost Order. Lethbridse Branch C, G. K. Notirse. Mgr. young children in an institution has always had the effect of increasing Infant mortality at an alarming whereas the foster home.'even when such home Is minus the conveniences of ordinary life, has fcoen found to be far more satisfactory from the view- point of results, In the protection of infant life, than have the best equip- ped children have been congested and large numbers cared for at tbe same time. The placlng-out system is not new bv any means. Hundreds of thoim- -s of dollars have been bequeathed by philanthropists and long-sighted j people for the placing of'infants In foster bonnes: and when one com- pares the results of institutional life and training, with the results obtain- ed by the foster home, the decision cannot but be In favor of the latter. There are dangers In placing the child In a foster home, but there are greater dangers In placing the child In an Institution; for while In the a child may come In contact with certain things which maybe In- jurlous. the chances of Its coming'in contacl with as great a proportion as In the Institution arc very small. The defects of one ara accentuated by the grouping together of FO many children who are physically and mentally low normal.' It IK generally conceded that the foster home has Immense over any Institution which han yet provided, and In all probability there never will Inatltutlon can In an adequate manner pro South Maine, was prac- ycally wiped out by fire. Bush fires are raging Of the deaths, which had been re- ported since .Inly 1, at Montreal, '97 per cent, were'those of infants, the total figures being total deaths, The' heat is to blame. Sherlock St. THE'BIGGEST SNAPS IN FA KM LANDS IN 'ALBERTA Fenced. St.ible, etc. SO acres !h Spring wheat. Price 120.00 per acre. cash, balance In half crop payments. 500 acres in crop. Spring wheat, looking splendid. 8 miles from a town. per acre; We have splendid snaps in land, close to VVeybum survey, for from to per acre. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;