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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 21, inn. T1FB LETHBKITWIE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If you arc interested iu the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prim Low, Terms Lasy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 and 1.2 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. lltl Ott FOR EXCHANGE West one-half and southeast' one-fourth Section thirty-four, Town- ship ten, Range nineteen. '444.6 acres. River bottom land. .East Cameron, ranch. "To exchange for modern, home in Lethhridge. O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK. VETO BILL PASSES LORDS; WILL GO BACK AMENDED London, July House of Lords passed the third rending of ilio parliament bill, otherwise known tho veto bill, without division today, after only debate. The revolt of the insurgent itccra failed to materialize. All threats of the ex- tremist 1-ords to throw out the hill at terest now centres in whether the Unionist caucus today will stand In preventingt.the.extreme notion tin part of Lord Salisbury. Editorial com ineiits in tho Unionist morning news- papers'throw no light on thp further developments of the crisis. The Driih Telegraph pdtnfci'ouf that persistence I of 'Lord Salisbury and his party in their, present attitude will cause the government Id proceed with the crea- tion of a batch of peers before the bill goeH back fo'the House of Lords. The' Daily Graphic-asks how the Unionists can ever hope to repeal the veto bill ;if they government to making the House of Ubids net man ently.a radical body. Liberal morn- ing papers 'express satisfaction that now the bill passed its third reading no action by. the'liouse of Lords can bring the session of parliament to an end and .hope that tbo Unionists will not compel the government to calHtlie King nip the struggle, tending their business at the prevent time. l Kiom the CofhUle Company, Winni- peg, to the same effort. From Barker, regarding .Card- Hton exhibit; ft Colorado We are today sending forward lo the Ca- nadian Kxhlbition and Publicity Co., four large photographs and ten-anuiir ones, and ten lantern allots, showing views of the city and surrounding district lo be mounted for exhibition purposes. in cloning, I wish to note with lire the locating of the Canadian Hand -Jrill Company's distributing branch in Hespcctfully submitted, J. T. HALL, Commissioner. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS KXAPS 3 roomed house and 2 balance monlhly payments. ISO acies, good farm land 4 mllci from railway. Kaiiy let ins. SNAPS North Wn'rd, '1200 caah; til per acra. W. M. Harris Fire Insurance 'Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 THEATRICAL 'UBLICJTY COMMISSIONER'S REPORT TO B. OF T. COUNCIL TOR SALE "The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing .east and known as Jfo. 508 Westminster Rd., S4500. Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE .....LOANS SHERLOCK, Good Buys Splendid corner on McKay 5th-Avenue consist- Ing of 2 .lots .with shack.: Ailfenced. T'A-O lots In Parkdale good location, each: Terms to suit case. North Letlibridge Realty Co. SPECIAL For 20 Days Only Block 89 (Redpath) Each inclusive Lots 1 to 7 incl Lots 24 to 29 inclusive Lots 32 and 33 HARRIS OLSON phone 1412 Room 4 Beyin BIkn Lethbridge NOTHING IN REPORT 'was (stated tho Foreign Office today thai the report published that Jean Jules .hiai lermudv, French Anibaftador at Wash- would or be trans- I to anttber point, following the HlgnlnR- of arbitration treaty between sod the Unitrd Stateit CALGARY PAIR Calgary, directors of the Calgary fair just iesued ,i financial statement of tho recent fair, which a balance of 821 The attendance n an against lust jear Tho fan IF looked uponJM a success At the Board of Trade council meet- LETHBRIDGE. g jesteidaj Commission Hall submitted the following re rt: j f To the President Exec- utive Committee: v I explained ly nt the last meeting.of .your Exec- .utiye Committee, we are spending con siclerabi'e. time in endeavoring .to.Jay before outsidersi'lhe many advantag- es, both natural and tiie city .of LeLbbridge possesses as s: distributing centre, and with this ob- ject .in are .writing .direct to a uuinber.iof wholesale and distrib- uting houses, hom v> e think couldi carry ,on a successful and profitable business in.this city, and explaining to them the large aiea of available distributing tei iitorv nhic'i is con- tiguous to Lethbridge, and- In- which freight rites are more favorable on shipments of car lots in'and car lots out While as >et we have received no replies .which ivould mdi 'cate thdf'we have succeeded in in teresting any of them, we a persistent tollowTiip-, ;.tq im- press upon the advantageous position that Lethbridge occupies for theii particular lines of business were not .ible to make a entry of the these firms.nn- 111 July 5fh ,so that the letters :sent out prior to that (late are not in-the lisf of the 391 firms that we have wnt- j ten to. Since that date also j endeavored to interest firms In.the, following lines, a. list-of which vis at- tached to this report: Wholesale hardware Wholesale Groceries Wholesale pry Goods Wholesale shoes and agricultural implements. Since July 5th, we have been in re- ceipt of the location report of the In- ternational Press Clipping .Bureau of Chicago which a record of those looking for factory sites, also of fact- ory fires, by reason of: which may be considering a change in loca tion, and we immediately, write-them Betting forth the ad.jntoges of Leth- hndge i At the last meeting was re- ferred to me, a Ictfer from the manag er of Vancomer Exhibition Asso also from the Agricultur- al and Industrial Association of Re- ;ina, they having the'same object in viz., a district exhibit-, nade by Lethbridge at..'each, of! the ihove points. After consulting .with >fr. Manwaring, we'-decided to recom- mend that, we did not consider the re- to be obtained would justify the expenditure of the amount 'which would be Involved, and. that better, re- sults would be had b) all our efforts on the Dry Fnrming Exhibition at Colorado Springs. Messrs. Hiilman Brothers, of Winni peg, have prepared a very haudso'ma drawing, which could be used''either as' a hanger or calendar, and we de sire lo lay the. name before you, pre- sent their lender and it.sk for further instructions. They will -supply ten thousand hangers for five Urn- dred of the hangers to have a pad, five and one half inches by two .and three quarters, dating from December 1st, inn, to December 31st, 1913, all t0 be finned top and bottom. Terms of payment tu follows: Two hundred goods, and'.the balance JGOO, to be paid at the per month, un- til fully At the lequest of the Canadian In- Review, published b> 'he Ca nadmn'Fairbanks 'Comjianj, asking iqi a brief Of Lethbridge and a few" photographs foi illuslral ing purposes, the same 1ms been sup Plied and senraforward to them and jtimjiMm be inTjm issue A? At thet leqiieBr of Mr C N Jhtfii- botbam, calling-attention to the fact lhattbe office of the Provincial "PulU Hetty Commissioner at not contain anr-evidence (haf there was such a Lothbridge on the map, we rommis- (fonei, Charles S IIotthKiss at Ed- and obtained from him a Ils't: Of the cnmhiissioneis ,-ndei him aet- of (be motinces, 'having photographs pi Spared'and will have a fjuauUU Of literature mall ed to each, Arnnicipal loiirnal of Slontreal AT STARLAND For tonight's entertainment at tar-land, Manager Willis has sup Mod lo the Lcth'bridge public a pro' ram of magnificent features whio.i s sure U> comment on all shits hose.'who pay this cosy and com- hie home of photoplavs A more varied programme can hartl'y e seen anywhere. It contains lir.ima, ma.iLc and cqmedv "The '.Midnl.- it aniuiler" ulfpds in rank with, the est .proili i tionp in motion -photo; The acting is of the fm.-st, I'He Hie nonerV is all that could te osired. "Ainm-and the Woman" if. a tie Western1 story of the plains, and is sure to please. Romance is. to be round in nlnir.dnnce In "A Broth ;r's Kedemiilioji This picture features Al'ss Ploience the cronned n-iejii if irlnedom Fndaj and Sat .irdaj me Hie llg nights at Attend early to set good seats. No. 1 Ranching Propositions in cent. running wkter OB' tract; only 18.50 peracre; good terms 2240 acres. S miles from good town, 60 per cent- or more tilt able; several springs on tract; 113.50 per ter'mi Good hilC section on Wbyburn lino, only 111 00 per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALSERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. FOR SALE Bungalo, 6 rooms, furnace and conveniences, workshop storeroom, fine cellar, walks, surrounded by fenct, and shade trees, furniture goes with the place; 5 lota 127 ft. front- age; on lath Street" South; a good buy; 15500, 11500, 4 jears or J5000 cash. Apply to owner, at 1STK STREET SOUTH j "THE SQUAW MAN" Although born in Lexington, Mo, In 185J, just; when the Cml War wan waving hot, Milton the author of "The which comes to, the Majestic theatre, on .Mondaj and Tilesda} nights, July 24 and 25, is looked upon as a SJt Lake Cltv man His father and mother moved to Salt Lake City in the earl} 'TO's, and the potentia'l playwright's bin hood nas spent in about that city Jfe was educated at the Collegiate liutntile. Salt Lake tooU a complete course at Piincetott, and atpol't graduati Bourse at Edin- BUY WHILE BUYING IS GOOD "VTOJJ Ideal building lots on Westminster Eoad, AN atcr and Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAU f HULL BLOCK, WEST A. 'College, in orde'i follo_w In his fathers requested a write up of Ihecili W D Scott, Ksq, Immigration Su- perintendent, outlined an itinerarj of tlie British Press Association. Secretary-Board of Hallway Commissioners, wrote with referencc-lo consider, -among oth er things, the freight rates on wheat and oats consigned from the Pacific-Coast. Will meet in Van- couvei Angus' list From IS- Marks, one of our cbmmer Clal tnnelleis, advising us (bat Mai- ir-eio Biothers, having a macaroni faetoij at I eriiio, were consideting moving to some oilier We have written them, but leceived no replj Frail. 0. F. ana X. Gault, Winnipeg, stating- they did not contemplate footsteps, but the allurements of the geLfollowed and were too many foi him, at the ,ige of Uentj, he join ed Edwin Booth's company Latei he became a Alexander Sal companj, and there he met Miss ina Fetter, a doling woman of Lonisulle, just beginning: to gain ie cognition an actress, and who is Rovle. now- Mrs. Fourteen jeais ago, the Home Dia matic Company made a 'production of Mr Rojle's fust and both the author and his wife look the principal p irts in the perfoimance The plav became a success almost at once, and is now a popular hicie in tlie stock houses throughout lite couutij also wrote "Mevt though llus w'as not diifte BO sue cessful. Then 1Kb temptations of va druhe ags-ti'ed and Mrs Ro.. 1 and they, played, in these theatres 'fc 5ettis with a number of fiKetche wnlten Mi rtojle InniBelf Thre years 01" so ago "lly Wife's Husband presented m .New Vork, and pronounced a success. Nat C Coot secured the rights to it, but owin to a breach of waa Invohcd, and the play %aa thrown into the courts. Then came "The Sqniw and at present Mr Hovle has other plays in course of construction. fifty dollari on delivery of the Auction Sale of Horses Harness and Wagons To be held at 327 Wood Street, J. A. Smith's Sale Barn, at 1 o'clock sharp, on SATURDAY, JULY 22nd 1 span of choice mares 4 yrs. old. 1 span of gray mules 6 yrs old. 4 geldings, 5 and fi.years old, broken and quiet. 1 mare S years old. I gelding S yenrs old. gentlemen's driving mare, city broke, 6. years old. 1 span of driving geldings 7 sets of heavy team harness, new S sets of double light har- ness, new 21 horse collars, new 4 lumber wagons, nearly new. 2, heavy, team drays, nearly new 2 light Jockey carts TEltMS OF SALE All sums of-SlO.OOnnd under, cash. Over tlmt amount, 4 months credit on furnibliing ap- proved join! nolos. or bankable paper with interest, at 8 per per annnin. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer "THE HONEYMOOf4 TRAIL1 "Beans" was the ammunltionr.which Kept the musical comedy at the Ma- jestic theatre gojng last 'night, "and. even if the d-let was'heavy the com edy was very The Honeymoon Trail is a new plaj m this part of tlie world The name 'sounds well, and even if the cast .isrnpt'very large the crowd kept m good humor, Much fs nhat is aimed at during the summer months' There is little plot to the just the'usual little seaside resort, the usual sum mer girls, the usual rich old .he usual jotmg man, but without the isual The Is put on .lack WeBtbrnian "and Harry B Cleveland, mean ahil- tj takes the part of> be millionaire bean nidgnate In the person nf EH Hugh Root Mason, and Cleveland is the advertising salesman of the ma! film He is about th best salesman that Aiason ev Barlow's firm out and then fires Pe kins Then Pet kins to get even riee Annie Mason right under, the ol man's, .hose, Awhile he -is standin guard with a shot tb elder i Mason 'decides'that he wouli Ike to Perkins as his "publicit; and .takes him inti the firm. Ten or so pretty maids enliven the proceedings with a good collec ion of latest bits Perkins am he chorus get a good reception i 'Yon can't be a Friend to. Everybody while Dr. Ketchuin brings down the louse in hie comic item 'Nothing to !o but Miss Mack made ome run v-iih the baBPK fill] when he appeared in the latest ii arem singing Girlie Are aided by. the vchorui) rrayed in the same Inimitable cos- umes. The play is r'not unusually, rilliant but while George Perkins eeps the old man looking for his tie, nd everybody else watching ttle bees, the ensemble-'. produced.1 a pleasant ntertalnment. PUT SPRINKLERS ON ROOF People it Vinceuvtr Find New to Keep Coal Wash, July an attempt to .cool their homm a place In which they could mnd'the daj in comparative comfort, a num- her of resldentt of Vancouver today hit upon the novel plan of placlngv common ,lawn sprlnklera on iUielr roofs and turning on the water. The roof was kept wet in thli manner ,lhd the temperature of the house low ered many decrees, but the lawnj fered from lack of The McGulgmn Co, of Toronto, liuild the Montreal filtrati FOREST FIRES Vancoinei, .luij- estl- mated at half a million been caused in the foreit fires at mish, according to advlcBs hrought by the government launch Skinner, which arrived here'from the the conflagration. The timber through inlcti the fought their way, It Is itnted by offldnln of the 'provin- cial timber Inspector's office, Is one of the finent In Hrltlth Columbia. Gall, Y.M.C..A. will sncr.rf JU.OOO or a site on Queen's square RANCH FOR SALE Coniiitlnf of IMA tt, first-elaaa': tbrM miles from a lire town Ooe4 bulldlngi worth I30OO; all fenced, 500 acres In crop. gmall creek runs through land, good place for stock For particulars and of The Cascaden Land Co. MACDONALD BLOCK. fHE BIGGEST IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA fiO Fenced Stable, etc 10 IB Spring wheat Price IMOO pir In half crop MO 500 In crop, Spring wlMtt, ooking splendid 8 mites Prom a town. 00 per acre have lofflt splendid snaps In raw nd, close to Weybvrn turvay, rom 913 to per acre. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ucctmn to The Land ;