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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. July 28. TTIE DAILY Page S The best buy in the city FAIR- MONT F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents ASQUITH EXPLAINS POSITION OF BRITIAN qulth. Building Site Lots 30 and 31, Block 92, each; 1-2 cash; balance 6 and 12 months. R V. GIBBONS CO. 1111 Oil BloeK FOR EXCHANGE one-hilf wutheast. one-fourth Section thirty-four, Town- ship tn, Binge nineteen. 444.6 acres. River bottom land. Bast M3C.ll. To eichante for modern home in Letubridge. 0. T. LATHROP WHITNEY UETH8RIDGE. Cheap Building Lots From up. Only down and per month These are within the city limits, and are sure to double this fall North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 538 Is Your Furniture Insured? Gall us up a I 623 ami we will send our in- surance man to see .you. Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HULL ILOCK, WEST A. R. 4 I. OFFICE. Admits Th a t Moroccan Situation is Extremely Grave London. July most pessi- Istlc views regarding the acute-ness or the Moroccan controversy were largely confirmed 'by the Prime Min- ister in the Mouse of Commons to- day, when, with H Banner as Impres- sive as hla words, he read from a nanuscript, which had been carefully prepared, a warning to Germany, that Great Britain proponed to stand for vhat she considered her rights, and lo maintain the balance of power In Europe, Further testimony as to Ihe grav- ity of the situation Is given by the fact that, the Prime Minister obvious-, ly had taken the leader of the Oppo- sition into the Government's confl- tion was no less firm than .Mr. As- (Hillh's. The Prime Minister's statement as couched in diplomatic, though most reassuring language.. Premier AsqnUn's statement is in part as follows: "It is obvious that this Moroccan question has reached point at which It will become in- creasly difficult, embarrassing, and anxious, unless a solution is found. A too close analysis of the present mo- ment of the causes and antecedents might provoke in more than one-quar- j gravity of. the Pre -J FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY IMURANCI LOAN! PHONE 623. (Healed, we must .become tin active party in discussion of the situation. "That 'would Iw our right as a sig- natory lo the treaty of Algeelras, as it might be our obligation under Hie terms of our agreement of. with France. "It might be our dmy in defence of British Intercuts directly affected by further developments. "Wo claim not any predominant po- nilion, hut that of one parly Interest- ed in any possible developments, and In seeing'a solution of Ihe present dif- ficulty." IlBlfour, who followed Mr. promised the government Un- ipport In guarding the coun- .or recriminations and retorts, which try's interests. He said: "If there are any outside of these walls who had counted upon differences and absorp- tion In home 'ifls'piitoB in the hope that they would maki; easy a policy which In other circumstances this country might reject, ami if there are any who that we could ho wiped off the map of ICurope because we have our difficulties at home, it may be worth while saying that they utterly mistake the temper of the Bri- tish people, and the patriotism of the Opposition. Until we know the result of the Franco-German eon versa lions, we cannot express a final opinion but ft is our desire (.hat tbesp conversa- tions should result in a settlfment hon orable and satisfactory to both parties and which his Majesty's Government can cordially say, in no way prejudices British interests." James Ramsay Macdonald, leader of the- Labor Party, remarked that the uicr's statement, in careful phrasing. TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND BUS. Prediction of Crop Ad- jacent to the Proposed Weyburrt Line (Special to The Altorado, July Is the time of crop reports. set them of all kinds and from all places. Any that have been furnished about this coun- try arc, so far as 1 have seen, too In- definite to mean anything. And yet, they are In a general way correct. Farmers are satisfied that, barring ball, to place the average of all grains at twenty bushels is to keep well wilhhi the mark. We read and hear much about lhe and other roads. In the homestead country that will be 'served by the Letlibridge extension, we might safe- ly place all the land south of lhe Chin Coulee, and between ranges nine and twelve inclusive. In this iorntory there will be not less than two bun on every therefore. ;rou could not delude any one. The Labor simply to of its very members were .utterly opposed to war but, he hoped that no European nation would assume for a single moment t Is rtesirabl able lo avoid. "I propose, situation is today. Conversations are that party divisions weaken national H-nceeding between France and Oer- spirit. Nevertheless, the Laborites of miny. We are not parties to those (Germany, fVnnco and ICnglaml would ionversations. The subject, matter of Ico-operate 'to the very last moment, ,hem may not affect Great Britain. said, lo seek peace and prevent to be finite professedly, Christian nations ble. We earnestly and sincerely de-jfrom resorting to the arbitrament of see it accomplished. sword any difficulty that could pos statements that we have Interferrcd Ulbly be averted, and prejudiced the negotiations of' The ambassadors and ministers at trance and Germany are mischievous London of Germany, France, Russia, nventlons without the faintest foiinda Spain, Japan, Sweden and Belgium were n resent to hear .Mr. JJ tion in fact. We thought it right from the beginning to make clear that railing a settlement such as I have in- prcpsion. statement, which mad a a profound im- SASKATOON IS IN DARKNESS Boilers at the City Power Plant Explode-Three Men Injured Saskatoon, .July 37. Three men were and the city is in darkness indefinitely asji result of a boiler explosion at Ine city power plant this afternoon. The boiler bad been leaking all the morning and lhe power was shut off pending repairs, but Llic leak got worse and the lircs were ordered to be drawn. While being drawn the boiler lulir exploded, clouds of scald- ing water and .superheated stean; im- mediately enveloping the whole boiler room. P. Sullivan, coal wheeler, received the first, blast, being blown over the :nal pile and lucidly escaping with )i-uisps and a scratched hand. Immediately after came the second discharge with the combined force of the three boilers, which were con- nected, the centre one being the source of Hie trouble, the whole force aggregating 'ISO horse power. Andrew G. Sangster, supt. of pow- er Harry Johnson; chief engineer, and Jack Kemp, were the three men involved. The first and second nam- ed were badlv scalded all over thr body. Johnson hail the llcsli scalded almost off both arms and hands and was al.so terrible scalded, j Both ate in the city hospital, but their chances of recovery are not yet BARGAINS of land, improved, house and bam, 12 miles from Barons, 60 acres in crop. per acre. cash, balance on terras Lots in North Ward, each, easy terms 6 roomed fully modern house to rent, Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 t Lethbridge Hotel Block It is impossible, to slate when the plant, will operate, again, as the only means adopted for relieving the ten- sion thus far was calling sition the services of a forty horse power traction engine, ridiculously in cJncie.nt. The city is devoid of water supply nml business in all shops op- crntni by city power are at an ab- solute stiind.st.ill. FOR SALE Bungulo, 6 rooms, furnace ind conveniences, workshop and Kortreom, fine cellar, lawn, walki. surrounded by fence u4 thidt trees; furniture goes with the place; 5 lots 127 ft. front- cm Ifith Street South; good buy; 15500. 4 or IfiOOO eiih. Apply to owner, at 818 I5TH STREET SOUTH S. A. OFFICER VERY ILL Toronto, Ont., July H. .Mapp, chief secretary of the Sal- vation Army In Cnnmta, is In a very serious cnndiiion the result, of trouble, lie went to Knglnnd in June as Ihe special Canadian repre scntative of the Social congress con- ducted there by Goneral Booth, end Hie strain of the work is thought, (o be rt'sponsibln for his OVERCOME BY GAS IN A WELL North nalllcford. Sask., July George Boeinan, a proininent farmer. In this district, dceccndrd to the bot- tom of a fifty-foot well yesterday, and was overcome by gaa. 'SOUL BROTHER' Who Planned to''Teach Girls "Abso- lute With Creed of "Do As You Forced to Flee Cleveland, Ohio, July Brother" Edward RMier and bis wife, wcro ordered out of'-town to- day by Police Prosecutor after complaint that the Hikers planned to start a. school to teach young girls the "Absolute Mfe." Hiker, it is said, bad planned the propagation of the faith on .a, larger scale than did lively n Arthur Kee in Chicago, His creed, boiled down to simple terms, for the disciples is just as you like." lie took up quarters with his wife and an infani at Euclid avenue, and distributed much literature por- traying the homilies of the "Absolute Life." Hiker ox plained that the differenc dred thousand bnstiels harvested. Seed and feed will use a consider- able percentage of this. The most hopeful thing in this, from the rail- way standpoint, is the confidence this 'beautiful crop must inspire In the hearts of the financiers. The twlce-.i-weck mall service from Warner seems to he working a great convenience to the settlers. Added to Lhis is the considerable number of offices that are already esta.blish- ed. n. looks as if but little more a- long this line can be done for us. Doonedale school is surely a credit to that, or. indeed, it would he to any other district. What a change in a year from the antelope, the coyote, and the range cattle? Is Altorado the next to have a school? .'friend Stinson bad a narrow escape recently. Me was forced Into a bunch of thousands of cattle. For- tunately his wagon was heavy. The catilo did not touch the horses, but charged bis wagon, and three at Ihe further side and safety. Experi ences of this sort enable us to ap predate the henificence of the pound 1 lav.-, which is now In force through- out most of this south country. We almost envy Lucky Strike her Fourth of July picnic. What an on- ormon scrou-d! And what an excel- lent programnie of athletics! Sntioh 'J'Jiree horses vrtipd within- a week, and th'tr trouble seems not lo MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS SNAPS SNAPS 8 roomed home md t tele, North Ward, IZOO eaibi balance monthly payments. 160 good farm land 4 from railway. Ill per Euy termi. Room t Dominion Block Phone 1367 W. M. Harris Fire Insurance No. 1 Ranching Propositions acres in block. 50 per cent, tillable, running water on tract; only 18.50 per ac.rc; good terms. 2240 acres 8 miles from good town. 50 per cent or more able; several springs on tract; J13.50 iier acre; good terms. Good half section on Weyburn only per acre, The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. thing benevolent, such as breaking, and surely this would improve the country more. The church services held every Sunday by the Rev, Baker continue to draw a full house. W are more than lucky to have such talent amongst us. As some one has said, "This coun- try is over run with professional men." And now Dr. Baker and Dr. Lewis have come amongst us. It is decidedly unfortunate that they can- not make us a much longer visit. L'ome again, friends! It is said that Henry O'Neill has bought ten prize winning horses re- cently. country This is the class to make the CHAMPION IS AHER ELEVATOR July adjourned of the citizens and farmers! just now he irouKl get a walking ticket. Keep your eyes on Cham-, pion. BIG PRICE FOR COALDALE FARM (Special to the C'oalrtalc, .Inly 26. B. D. was judging Hie standing fields in this vicinity on Wednesday. Mr. Eddy is connected with !he Departing of Agriculture at Ottawa. He is secretary of the Canailian Seed Growers' Association. He was ac- companied over the route by Secre- tary McNicol and Director Falrfleld, of tlie Lcthbridge Agricultural e.ty. C. Pals spent the forepart'of the week at Grassy Lake. H. A. Suggett has recently pur.- chased trom S. Crest the north-Mat quarter of Sec. 35-8-20. The price largcrt nis wagon, anu iiirew .it un.ciiMb v.. time. This kept IM> for three-qunr- of Champion territory met on Mon- ters of an hour before he reached day, July 2-1 in park's Ma" The business of elevator construc- gone into again, and the sentiment of Lhc meeting was strong- he so very evident, cither. We undersold that a movement has been launched to have a. base- Hall league in this country next sea- son. We arc not informed whether it is intended try confine it trt this part if the homestead country, or whether :m effort will be made to extend to the railway towns. Why not endeav- or tn have a try out with the outside world'.' We have the talent. Why not boost our country by .bringing the pennant home. The Department of Public Works will surely have the gratitude of us nil if even a fair parr of the project- ed improvements materialize. They in favor of action being taken. The special committee appointed re- ported in the form of a motion to this effect "That the elevator com f j panics pay for one-half the haulage j 'unfortunate.! at, current rale. T-hc town people to supplement this with enough tn give j the parties hauling per J feel." This motion was put and carried unanimously. The meeting further decided to send J. F. Smith as delegate to Calgary and Clarc.sholm .to interview the two companies, and lo bring back their representation to a mass meeting on Friday, July 28 at 2 p.m. The meetin._ Frank Smith, Percy Watson acting Mrs. n. S. Pawson and mother, Alrs. McDowell, from 111., m'cre LethhrMge visitors Thurs- day. Fall wheat harvest on the Ameri- can Farm is in full swing. H. A. Suggett-has received a ship- ment of eight of the new John-Deere i binders. John Slmimm is building a story and a half aririition to his house, George Hughes is excavating for a new house. J. M. Pillars has taken his plow outfit to work near Chin. BRITISH GOVERNMENT BUYS WINNING MACHINE London, July Beaumont, who won the Dally Mall's av- iation race, today sold his machine in which he won thu race to the Bri- vns presirtcH over by is secretary. An accident between his teachings and those of Hee in Chiciiuo is that See didn't go j seem lo hc Pofnfi at Uie in a far enough info ihe mysteries of the systematic method. Hut; there in none too much projecier, if "It Ken hri'I understood (lie 'Ahsol-j ft can hn completed before we ute Life' said Rikpr, "he k) lmnl ollr would never have guiie to Jail. The! is niailc to have man that has Hie 'golden key' that i Homestead Aet. amended so as 10 givo you need never bother nbmii. j romove some of the roughness which right or wrong. There is no l ;l mwitlvo hardship on the sot- thing as 'good' and 'evil' to holders wiihoiil a't the same time bene- of keys" j fit I ing anyone. Those holding land Hiker, called before Bacr, promised j "llf'cr the African warrants see to leave town if the police tooT; nb i several places where they would glad action apainst him. ly expend twice the money on some- happily without seri- ous results, overtook Martin (.'lever last week. As lie WHS grading the; new race track his horses took fright and drew the .grader over his foot.! No 'nones were broken, but Martir Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age JJ_ Made in the Glcnlivcl Dislric! of Distilleries in Scollanci. from lhe finest of Scotch Barley. DIRECT FROM Craigellachis Distillery Co. BANFFSHiRE. Proprietors. Stiftftlfes fie fitff from C. C. PAGNt'ELO WINE AND SPIRIT COY, Jfolc Jlfiertx far Gown and District. will bave to use crutches for a while. Amongst the Champion visitors tliis! week-end were and Miss Cascad-' den, of Lethhridgn, wlio motored up] on Sunday. They weir accompanied by Donald Patterson, a former school teacher in our neighborhood. j V. M. Worlhinjr.lon, the popular I teller at she Canadian Hank of Com-; im-rce, left ior the wist on his vaca-} (ion. j Mrs. is slaying in town with friends this week. The Ladies' Aid of the Method church met on Thursday at the home of Mr.s. Maclean. Dr. A. V. lirown was away to Me- dicine Hat, liiis week. A crowd bravprj ihe Hies last Stinday and camr lo cbun'b. The pas- tor preached on "Progressive Chris- tianity." Tli'.! young people of the Kpworlli League held :m "A! Fresco" rasp- berry festival nil Tuesday. Lawn tfii- i jii.s, crnfjuct, a concert and refrpsn- j men Is were the attractions offered. Thr Christian church will commence j ithrir trsil mission here on Sunday, j 640 AlTCf July 80. The evangelist is M. Uyaii. Sid Maker has started an up-lo-date photo studio. We are sure he will Your rent will buy a home Lots, only 5 blocks eart Xorth Ward school on Fifth and Sixth Ave. are now on the market at the low price of each, MO cash, and per month. Kor sale by The Cascadeii Land Co. MACDONALD BLOCK. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IiVFAKM LANDS IN ALBERTA 160 Acres Fenced. Stable, cic. SO acre! In Spring wheat. Price per ncrc. cash, balinci In half crop payments. [have pood patronapr. latest suggestion is n town band. We t-nouKh m.sirmnental- ist lo n good and iL would n-akc Iliings a little bit live-' 50d acres in crop. Spring wheat, looking splendid. S miles from a lov.-n- 134.00 per acre. have some splendid snapi in raw lind, cloic to Wtyburn lurvey, fgr from to per Lots of lumber is hauled thrs? days, a larce number of pran-! aries are being built. ncerl them nil, with htishels of prain to I put somewhere. The new organ for the Met.hodi.si church has cwnr. It will a! v.Tk'oitie fACtor for the various giUh-i Champidii is full of nelit Bou'r and if any man wouldn't THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Dowiley-McMIMln Lint! Co. Phoni ;