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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tuly 22, Wit. THE LKTHBRinGE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If you'arc interested iu the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you prints, ctcl, of City View Sub-division Prices Louk Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Go. J. R. Anderson, Manager O. T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No, 508 Westminster Rd., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE PHONE 536 SPECIAL For 20 Days Only Block 89 (Redpath) I Each' inclusive 1 to 7 Lots 24 to 29 inclusive Lots 32 and 33 HARRIS OLSON Phone 1412 Room 4 Befin Blk., Lethbridge Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. FOR EXCHANGE Went one-half and southeast oiie-foiirUi Section thirly-four. Town- ship ten, ttnnge nineteen. 4-14.G acres. River bottom land. East Cameron ranch- To exchange for modern home In Lethbrldge. BOARD OF TRADE SENDS DELEGATES TO MACLEOD STRIKE CONFERENCE Cheap Building Lots Froto up. Only down and per month These are within the city limits, and are sure to double this (all North LetKbridge Realty Co. NOHTHIHN PACIFIC OFFERS REWARD Mlnnupolli, Minn., July thauMid flTe hiiMred dollim lo hum up by the Norlhcrn Pnclflc ft mrird for the capture find con- vlctten el the mm vho hoinlort the NnrtlMrn Ceut Limited tioimrt citr ind Buffalo, X. M B'.iliilckl M WxlMdiir, ihot Engineer Olson inn" robbed the pns- acngcrs of jewelry nful mon- ey. For Ihr capturo nnd conviclloil of any.one of Ilio Ihrrc roboora Mic rodil pay I2.SOO. Indnscc) by rlolpnL Brief, Mined rtoll! of ;i llroohlyn wo- man hcnlrie the cpffln of hni- where Jhc had rcmalucd all nijlil, To Try and Solve Seriou Problem Facing the .West TELEPHONE SERYICi Severely Criticised an Complaint Sent to Edmrnton Although llicrc was not BO large a ullendance at the monthly muelir of Uio Hoard of Trade last ninlit, R niiuht 1mve been expected on nccoui of the important questions which wer up [or consideration, the mem her who were there, n umbering ahoi thirty, were, very active and pi through n great deal of business. The Coal Strike Naturally [lie main question befoi Ihe meeting was Lhe action to bo tal in regard lo ihe present jcoa strike situation. This question has i solved itself into oini of public opin and Llic genera) pub Ik: Eenlimer will liuve a lot lo do with Jis nlliimi ind final settlement. Secretary JH waring read several letters whl have already been published, frot oilier boards of trade, and comme clal bodies, "which have ihe sett I1 men I, very much ai IiourL, s ho win Ihnt the movement now is in tl' direction of concerted aciion from a I IIGBC bodies. One resolution wa from Ihe Spokane Chamber of Con merce, slating In what ways the el was affect Ing rheii- industries on conn I. of Lhe lack of sleain coal, an asking die Bnavd lo in their power Lo efleci an immcdiat seltlemcnt. The Fernio Board Trade- wrole slating thai- they wer In favor of concerted action by al the hoards of Lhe affected districl nnrl, in faet, of all Western Canada folio wins it. up with two other late lellers, in which they said thai n mee ins had been called al Macleod Co afternoon at four o'clock, am thru already several loivns belweci Hogsland and Kdmnnton had slgnifiei their intention of being rcnrcsenlei1 C. F. P. Conyhearc. addressing Ih1 meeting, said thai, if the other town wore io be re.preEenl.ed. II wns ih' duly of IcthbridKe lo he (.here, as w olher city was more affected thai this. 1-] c thoughl the delegates Ehoul so from the Hoard ol ,wli would he Hhle lo carry Lhe feeling o Ihc meeting. Nothing Done With Award Yet V.r. A. Buchanan also spoke, an witli the preseni .slate of the tele- service, especially with the lo ea] service. Lellibridse lias one ol the most uu-to-duU1. systems in oper- lioii in Cnnndn, Ijut for some reason not known Lo I ho public, the service irfordetl Is vevy pour IH tlie prescn! tne. The mailer was broached by A. Rip Icy, who slitied thai he had ind some (rouble will) the local and ong dietancn service, and had heard olhors complain of liie same Lroubles. R thought Iliat it wns lime Ihe Board of Trade as a body took the inestinn up with the department- essrs. Downer, Hfiwden and Pabst fake lo Ihe same cfrect. It WRS ex' jlained that i.he loiiff distance service ho beUcrr-d shorlly when the linn is sinniR between Calvary nil LcLhbridse, when Brtmonlon, Cal- ary.and Lcthhridge will have a line or their business exclusively. Il elt Lhiii. severe censure 'was coming o Ihe telephone department, howev- for the sialc of Ihc local service, nil 'Messrs, Biiclinuaii, Farrow and tiplcy were appointed a comniittee lo raw up a be forwarded 3 Uoniiir Minister of Public Vorks coinplainins of the stale of the ily service, and asking Ihal steps fc i-.ihen m have It, remedied. A commuulcixiion from the ISdmon- in Boa :-d of Trade fo Lhe Lellihridge oard. onr.loeiujr a Idler From the ICd .onion Builders' calling al intlnn lo the present 'roithie being It Lliore in setting- an adequnle snp- y of cement, as a result, of which ere was considerable cusBlon, Mr. Huchnnan Htsled Ihal the Minister of Lubor hud an net cilled Mu> Colliding Aet, whlcl: might woll bu mndc line of In thin cusp. He tlioiight thnl Ihc siiKBeefto] Ihal the July be taken off ten porarlly unLlI the prrnpnt I rouble was adJiiHled, would bo hardly feHsl- hle, bul tlint iomcthluK might be done by forcing an Invcpilgallon. If Ciil- and Bxshaw cement cun ho more clietiply In llpglna- or Medicine Mai Hi mi In Calgary, where H Is made, ii, would appear Is radically wronu. nnd H should not Lie hard to convlne tin .Minister of Labor that lion sliotik) be made. the nimior was left in ihe hands of John T. Hall lo gather all the data possible, and prepare a resolution to he taken up at. R meeting of Uio Ex- ecutive of tile Ronrd. The Edmonton loiter will be answered to Ihla effect. The Armory As all the old uiieBlloiis were being raked up for discussion, Mr. Hafton- Canning Inquired what was being done In regard lo llic armory. There was nothing now brought out in the discussion, bill Mr. Maiiwaring anid tli.nl he would lake It up with Mr. Magrath before his return to OLlawa. Boon Ihc Filrt Aid, Gooile made a very appropriate suggestion Lo Ihc effect that, AS all private advertising would be exclud- ed from ihe new fair grounds, that is, EO far as il affects the society's pro- perly, the Board might n-ell consider the advisability of having a large and appropriate, sign palmed on the in- side of Llie fence the east side of the grounds setting forth the ad- vantages of Lellibi-idgc and district. Il could not hull) bul he read by many strangers who would crowd the capac- ity of Ihe grand Bland during ihe fair, and the Board should nor. lose such an exctiHenl opportunity. The ques- tion of cost will bu InvesUgJired arfd the matlc'r discussed Rl Lhe next meet- ing of Ihc executive. Great Falls Excursion F. Downer called attention to the facl Ih air oV Saturday, August, 5, the Hoard of Trade would be called upon lo enlerlain i.he Great Falls Chamber of Commerce, and he hoped to see ey cry-' member of lUe li'oivnl pnt forth all their cfforts'lq iniike the slay of.! the Great 'Falls gcnUemen in lifidgc. a plensant one. On ihe Mon- day following an excursion of two hundred Ohio newspaper men will be in Lothbrlrlgo, nnd arrangements are iilso being made for their entertain' m cut. The following new members were added to (lie ever-increasing member ship of Ihe" Hoard: ,1. T. Hall, R. G. Addison, F. 15. Shanlz, (jus Neidig, G. W. II. Held, L. 13. Mason, V. Stew- art and M. DenLley Besides these, eighteen others who have subscribed to Iho fiuhliciiy fund, hut who have nol already made application for mem bersbip, were ordered placed on the MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPHOVCO FARMI 8XAPS 3 roomed limns anrt j Lwlince monthly paynientg. HO acrefl good farm lund mllee from railway. Eisy tcrme. SNAPS lols, North 'Ward, HOC 111 per W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Ttooin 1 Dominion Block Phone 1307 No. 1 Ranching Propositions acrew In block, 50 per cent, lillable, running water oD tract; only per acre; uood terms. 2240 acreu 8 miles from good town. par cent, or more till- able; several springs on tract; 113.50 per ncre; gonil leimB- Good half section on Woyburn line, only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. FOR SALE ind Bungalo, 6 rooms, Furnnce and conveniences, workshop itoreroom, fin. cellar, Itwn, cement walki; gui-rounded by and shade trees; furniture wlLli the place; 5'lotB 127 ft. front- age; an 15th Street South; a good buy; 15500, 11500, 4 years or 1-5000 Apltly to owner, at 1STH STREET SOUTH BUY WHILE BUYING IS GOOD Ideal liiiilrling lols on Westminister .Road, ami ..j WR2o Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND CO At. HULL BLOCK, WEST A. R, 4 I. OFFICE. 121. DISTRICT NEWS BISHOPS ANP SUICIDES Suggested Penitential Form of Burial Service Delay in Building Circles d ;isliin? i lint if ihe same condl- oils prevail hero, (.hat Hie Lctlibridge nurd comliiIIP witli the Kdinonlon d Calvary Hoards of Trade in an Con, io overcome Ihe difficulty. cuerii 1 discussion followed, in h it, was bvonghl oiil Hint Ihern wos no (rouble experienced in polling a sn piil y of tie in en I here, it. was liiiOH-n itial Hie Iielhbridgc con- I rhetors won: paying uurcaKominle prices I'm- ii. Cement here COB Is ab- out per barrel. !t can be man- ufactured rU ilu-. Hlairmore mills for le.ia MKHI per barrel. One of She official." of llic company slnled Mini; ec'iieul nl ill? mil! cost llieni ab- out ecu's a barrel. It enn he hough) in ihn Aineriran cllIpB for ali- owi Per bniTcl. What is the i; 13 to per acre. I sunnly o( cows. for I he lociil couruol i- snuill loans'. The; rn-anicry sinrltMl hy n urivale is lu-iiif; huill and no douhl il, will he a successful liiuinoial MMC, Tlif huilfliiiR commit UT con- of some nf !he hpsl busii inni in Hie diMrirl. Thr .site is c o( (bf nulwav Ifiick en hipjh-lyhip Hiounil. A well lifl feel deep has brni w Jilujr lols nf wtilpr ohlainfd. Alljiji i (lint is wauled when Ihr creamery is i fr< huiU is n Rru The nil rips (ion in slaiiflirij; lirlils of grain iiiim- lirr only ft, is a small number fur .such a line whcal-Groiriny; dis- Howfin, of Cllai'esbolni lu'S sold nuI liis cnal tiURinr.oK to A. V. nf MooKnmin, I'sil Itownn, Hip popular 1111111 llic rtL'imt, has li-EI Inr lend In work" llicn1 tor llio C'.P.ll. -I.' McKjnnon, fnlhri of A'.cKinnon, of iMradov.' (.'rceJi, is hen- on H visil. .Several 01" tlic farmers have had iu THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. lo The CD, ;