Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Fridny. July IS, 1312 THE LETHBRIDflB'DAILY ITEHALI) firms advertizing on this page Buys 150 feel frontage facing street rail- track in South Letlibridgc. Cash, 3 anil 6 months.- This snap will only be on the market for a few days. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk, Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY BUSY WINNIFRED HAD BIG DAY United Farmer s First An- nual Picnic was a Huge Prc gramme of Ball Games by Visiting Gentlemen SNAP- MONEY TO LOAN 3 choice lots on 7th St. close Jn, foii few days only, Price'11000 each, terms one-third cash balance.in four and eight mos FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH 1214 Splendid New Four-Room Cottage Rath room, pantry, elo., on 12th St. B. K., facing cast. Price cash, bal- ance per month. -North v Lethbridge Realty Co, PHONE M6 Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed full} modern house, Avith or furniture; in. The C. B. Bowman Agency PHONE NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT, OF B. C, Here are the government repents of tame. The Nechaco wtth: its- leyel rich, deposit, offers special inducements to farmers. Its advantages are many; the land is level, the soil it rich and to a great extent open, the climale is mild, the prin cipal crops can he grown without trouble "The soil everywhere ie of the'richest qualltv it is composed of fine deposit soil with olaj subsoil Not only 15 (he grass lery the prairies, but In the wooded portions, pea vines atid vetches ot different species grow to such a height that it rendeis traveling Price per acre; caah, balance monthly The T. R Stagg Land Co. Boom Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs WInnifreii, July Only need- ed to attend the here on'Wednesday to'he impressed with the particularly fWclass of'.'fawners who have, taken abodes in this district. Well dressed jteople IHving good teams attached to new k-ehitles came to the Jiicnic from all iround the country. They commenc- ed-arriving in the lown early In the iiormng and there was a stearin of rigs along all the loa-ds ending t0 Winnifred untlLIate In" the afternoon. It is-estimated that oven seven hundred persons spent the day this progressive little town, and i-o Farmer's union picnic was declar- ed _on all sides to he thHt organization was as necessary with, the fawners as with the manufacturers working classes Alluding lo crop conditions he expressed his delight at the splen- did prospects In dis- trict ind took occasion- to remark that land had ita bad and good years, and he thought that" Alberta- was bound to. prove of the richest countries in the 'world. Too much prosperity was not the'best thing for a people. A-Httl'j adversity now, and again played a part, in making a strong and self reliant race. fed- eral member-made some extended' re- marks on pur 'system ,'oC government and. wag.applauded when he said that it 'was more democratic than that of the, United States. .-Canada as much real rule by'the people as'any country in the world. He believed tliat. new cltizeiiB liked our 'system even better than that in the United States, ,and they certainly recognized our laws were: better enforced: and .property was more- safeguarded. In closing. M r. Buchanan Preferred to the new municipal act the peo: pie to .form themselves. Into; a'-rural municipality and conduct their own affairs. It is the intention-to organ- ize such a municipality in thig .dis- trict and Mr Weed is now circulating a petition and expects to get the re- quired number of signatures without any difficulty. Farmers' Mr. Henry made a very earnest speech. He" spoke of growth of the organized farmers United Farmers of Alberta now hai ing a membership of over 'sixteen thousand. He pointed out -the bene- fits of the -.mentioned -the influence it had so successfully exert- ed along Grain Growers of Saskatchewan and Manitoba in saving the car distribution clause of the grain act from destruction at Ottawa during the last .'session. He made a forceful plea for'the adoption of Inltiathe and referendum and direct legislation With the people would get (.he legislation Canted He also claimed foij disect legisla Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Jt Financial'Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. FHONE 1111. IOW. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS, FIRE-INSURANCE REAL.'ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING. LETHBRIDOE j "An Old EitiltllOttd Firm of Good Repult." r Residential Site Block 128 On Car Line One Pair nigh and level, facing car track. You know as-well as we do that this is choice property arid will increase rapidly, in value. PBICE One-Thil-d Cash- f I The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Block tion that it would do awaj with par Usanship. An Agricultural Society Winnifred fanners are organising i agricultural socletj Alreadj 75 mrmheis been secured and it IB intended to hold the first exhibition next This: action of the farmers is another Indication -their pro- ;ressiveness. Dan "McDougall 'is ;the president of the newly organized so- ciety and H. Flett secretary. GOOD BUYING Lots to 24, Block 1, Stmilta each 3 lots Uih Street South, facing east an rvater..... each 6 lots coner on 7th Avenue South MOO tich 24 lots, Block M, welt mulled L S. RIPLEY CO. SECURITY JjYVESTMFNT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurjnce Ream 12, Hull B'ock, Lethhridge, Phone 768- Room 207, Templeten Building, Silt Lake City, Raymond 5. Money to Loan For Quick Sale First class grocery located. Price, actual cost ot stock and .fixtures.. Good'terms. Alberta-Brib'th Columbia Land Co. Ltd. j 10 Shartve'fc 721 D. L. Manager Watch This Space For a Bill of Particulars. It is ffoinjr jr> in- terest you folks, right'hcrc in Lelhbridge. O. T. LATHROP Block Farmt Lcini WILL REORGANIZE TURKISH CABINET UNDERTAK- EN A TOUGH TURKS HOSTILE Constantinople, .Jul) 18 Tntifik the Turkish ambassador at ondon, has been appointed Grand lie has a reputation 'lor ood judgment and moderation, and Lpecfet1 to f01 ni a ncutial cabinet i replace thp cabinet uhirh tesignrd odai It ih prohdblc that he iclude in bis cabinet Pasha, on.mander 01 the fust arnn coips, minister of war, .wnicn would as- st in the solution of tbc different possibly prevent dissolu- tion of tho chamber.. 11 is 'doubtful, hoHetei, the Doling Turk party would acquiesce solu- tion. The-resignation of the cabinet -was hrgch due lo inabihU to accent the conditions winch Mahmud Mukhtar i demanded as tbc price of his accept- ance of Ilin war" j measures inri c'smepct lov tlir j irbels and the withdrawal of all troops from It was announcer! last night that ;i peace mission will" be despatched to Albania composed af three Albanian senators !o endeavor to persuade the rebels io suspend hostilities, giving assurances or .1 satisfactory-senti- men t of all grievances. A.MIX-UP IN BABIES v :Eaton, .Ohio., July times the problem which es tabhshed the wisdom Solo mon, parentage vl an In fant, confronted the cits mar shaMiere todaj' Nine Russian mothers, work- 'ers In tbc beet fields, left the Infants in the hahy booth be- fore ihey assumed duties of the A practical joker changed, the clothing of the youngsters, and when th'e wo- men returned In the evening not one knew child. An appeal was .made to "the city.'-marshal. He.-was- at n loss to identify the "children; but will make a redistribution' tomorrow ROSE EXPLAINS TO THE POLICE New York, July .Rose, wanted by. the police In connection with the murder of Merman Rosen- .hoi, the gambler and informer against he police, went to police hcadmiart- this morning and was questioned ir two hours by Depu.ty., Commid- ioner Dougherty. He 'said that .he vns a passenxer in In ]ifch murderers drove o the Hotel Mctropolo, said he eft It before the shooting took place. AUSTRALIA AND PANAMA CANAL Mclbornc, Uislraha, Jul} irouslv adopted a motion sotting torth thai, "In the opinion of tins house am proudmg for bonus or a rebate of canal dues to American shipping using the Panama Canal he detrimental io tlic interests of Tlie Aus- tralian Premier, Andrew- Fisher, said hft hoped the matter would he amic- LIQUOR DEALERS TRYTOELIMINATE OVER INDULGENCE ably settled by the governments of the United States and Great Britain GOES DOWN FOR LIFE Hong Kong, .Inly China- nan, .who on July 3, attempted to assinate Sir Francis H: Hay, the gov- rnor of Hong Kong, by shooting him revolver, pleaded guilty today lie was sentenced to life imprison- ment at hard labor. IMPORTANT CHANGES IN EXIST- ING LIQUOR LAWS WILL PRO- BABLY BE ASKED Edmontcn Alberta, Juh An effort lo eliminate ..drunkenness from the b.irs of licensed is fo be made by the Licensed eis' association At the half earls meeting held in' tho Norwood block this and means of indulgence Kere con sidercd, fnd as the outcome of the discussion the association pav more attention than It done in the past to the carrjing out of one of Is fundamental principles. When first organized the association declar ed one ofits main objectives to be the mproiement of the geneial standard of the trade.in Alberta, and the'elim- nation from the tiade of undesirable laities Important changes in the ia-iii luukii.8 u is stated.