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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lettbritee JMly Hmld. Friday, July 29.1910. F LOWES COMPANY Repmenting: Americ.. mAumwce Co. UndaB Guarantee and Acddent Co. Phoeni, We have several of good farm Land to trade for Gty Property We have a an eight roomed house, afco for a .mail cottagi Mepr MONEY ipp VFor small and large "we have property to sell winch will make you money whtte you are sleeping. r -t _O ._., ,-._ Inrestmejits on fyoit in from 10 to ?20 satisfied with Hoiisesrfrom all parties, Orders taken for: car loads of coal. Eire and Life Insurance. ifEARl GREY WHEN IN BRITAIN An, Acdre Ardeal Worker In Iiteresl .young children to Canada, p A iS {.Looking rduna. upon the working of the Britain, he i3 struck 'by the sad fact that pauperdom makes the- perpetuation of pauperdom; that the. system imakeg for perambula- tion in a .vicious circle; that the reared under the-Poor Lawa .handicapped hy .and.a hall-mark which lead childagain Into pauperdom as an the trag- social system in crowd- ed England.- But if .the Poor Law Realty Co. P.O.Bbi642. D.Klng ENOTJGH RAIN ON We own and off er you a full section near Klmball. They hare had plenty of Tain here and crops look good. sold at a low. price and on termflyou' cannot beat It will be sold quickly. J v Try our plan InWead of making a loan. is no delay. WE BUY LAND .LIST WIT H U8. tOMPANTT f The GovernorXSeherai of Canada is fortunately, active and strenuoiui hy nature and temperament. If :-it were not so foe might ibe inclined to resent the 'fact that his'brief Mother Country, had been so far some- what exhausting; Earl Grey on hol- iday, rather more >buBy; than the average man in fuli'work. Last week-end he .went a few but not. toy.anymeansi to idleness, and his London, engagement: list was too long and crowdedVtdral- I low-'this iittle..break to. last -for; more" than a Very short And if one .inqulres into lericy's London engagements (lhis-hol: idar engagements, .be it found rn-nine cases, out of. .tal'-that the object behind ( In one-form or.another, the service of .Canada: Canada's interests in the. V Mother; Country are very far-reaching and var- ious, and; no one is in-closer? touch with them than .the. Governor-Gener- al, who 'Will 'be returning Dom- inion this, inonth, for his severitli.year IS AK EDItOB fettled singly ih rural Canadian lomei, long before they hare learnSi .te conscious of ofiPW Laws; if they could grownup in Poor Law groups, .'in1: the free, and of .Canadian, farm then one I could say of them, with- certainty, Chat .not a single one them all ever in .Jais after life come in- ;any off -pauper- W.e iav.e H a who wiU trade" a good business block in 'a Western Town for Two Good- Automobiles or One Automobile and of equity In -five eaual annual instalments at 6 per cent., or -food Lethbridge Realty. Phone 1173. _ One boor Ssuth Balmoral Hotel: Dittrlbutfng Agency for Runiley Cockshutt: and Frott and- Wood Farmjmplemenu. LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE dom. The girls .would; iliaoet certain- ly .hecome .happy, {wives and the with free, rhomf steads. ayaUable, to them they jmaiihbod, would;'de- pendeitt and fanneni! good, rnvtitory which rio: Better, healthier, or more ;r useful destiny and when that ;the. pros- child It is not; tf H: of .office. TT vt O.U1C to; succeed; Earl'. Grey at; Ottawa fore 1911. No .responsible authorityj. inside or out of the .Dpmihipn-is inore profound-- with; the Can- .ada's digstiny'thah Earl Grey, as is inspire, the a hate; them You .long tiifte. perty ap.d f arffl. We have them of owners be- ing forced to sell. Cairand see tliese snaps before they are picked up. We can locate GRASSY JLAKE tQAN REALTY CO." D. L. tlMBALL, Stite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 among >the 'Dbmihions .of :'the Enipire. He -ibelieves .the Canadian people; j -the 'Canadian spirit, in -Canada the na- tion; and .his convictions Tegardihg the great" ;f uture he-; fore the Domihibn .by no means stops :short "Grahary of the Em- ago, writing in, "the. Stai- the: "Standard, of said ithait, as i premier Over Sea State of -the Empire, -Canada was d'ay .to fbe the heart and .the Empire; strageticaily, and, it might" well 'be, administratively, ais well. -Earl Grey firmly believes that'. It. is .his -.sin- ere convictions, combined with his tireless activity, thoroughness, -good- humor, and practical grasp :of affairs that have t made him Canada's most popular GovernorGeneral. GROW APPLES AT JFRtjiTVALl -WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA? and lire In comfort- In an Ideal climate, enjoy fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and make more money on an ORCHARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than "you can cm 160-acres of prairie land." .L GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. .Others are doing not YOU? Splendid climate. High winds and dust storms unknown. FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson B. C. mind'' of f-the i reformer .to any to ,so splendid a Jesuit. cWhe achieved, easily ,be achiev- ed, if the right .way. .Vol- unteer committees in ters .of ithe and, uld visit-the. selected homes at regular Tnake.sure that the child- ren :were wisely, and properly cared Determination- and careful or- ganization, is. ail that is required in :bhis matter Great Britain of a huge and growing (burden; to con- fer an inestimable iboon in the shape of. -of ence, and. a cleanly, self-respecting life upon thousands of and -to contribute-a useful quota to- ward the up-building: of that great na- tion over whose affairs Lord Grey has presided, with such conspicuous :distinction and during the past six years. Instead of cruelly wasting our man-power ,and feed-" ing the stream of unemployment and human suffering, let us -rescue these innocents at the outset, and conserve Appointed To Help Edit Tfte Dry Farming RuUetiii Spokane, Wash., July E. J. Iddings, of the Dry Farming Bulletin, semi-monthly goes free to mem- bers of the :Dry-Farming Congress, announces the appointment of trained western agricultural; experts as con- tributing editors to that publication, as Rrparsons, practical1 farmer, Parker. F. D.- rector extension work, Southern Idaho experiment station, A. M. superrntendent of Fort-Hays brahct erperiinent F. B. director Montana experiment Bozeman. Nehraska-W. P. Snyder, superin-. t-endent North Platte sub-station of Nebraska experiment station, North" Platte. Gordon H. True Nevada experiment sta tion, Reno. North W. C. Pal editor North Dakota agricultur al college. L. Mordt, executive committeeman for Oklahoma of the Dry Farming Congress, H. D. "Scudder. agronomist Oregon agricultural col- lege, CorvalHs. Lewis A. Merrill, the. stock in the world's finest grow- REAL ESTATE FIRE. INSURANCE loan on Improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block fin IntraRct Rial Estate City anl Firm loans TKe H. Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. ui WE COLLECT RENTS HOUSES FOR RENT 7 rooms, Coutts Street 7 rooms, Rogers Street, four new houses. t 7 rooms, Argyle Avenue. 10 rooms, Redpath Street 7 Rooms, Duff Addition. Store to rent Redpath Street. Shacks to rent, close in. Tna Deviley. McMillan Land Corapj Glyn St. Sherlock Building Phone '544 A car to show the property. WE COLLECT RENTS Seven hundred families of Jews ha-Te already been driven from The firtt train went through the Michigan Central tunned under the Detroit river yesterday. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real tstata and Financial Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Cbrittie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. "Working: strongly in of the Canadian says -Earl Grey; "growing f rom.'. Atlantic -to Pacific, with the material, growth and development which indicate .its ulti- mate justification, is the profound and inspiring conviction that the greatest- America of lies to- .flie northward of the .line ada and tfce United-States. To'the northward of. that line, the., gravest prohlems of-the great Republic to tihe southward never have had any exist- ence, and probably never will have any existence. From the charactei and nation-building standpoint, nat- ure favors Canada. No climate in the world is br vier calculated to produce and maintain a great nation of stren- uous workers, of strong, brave good mothers, healthy children, -sane social life, and far-reaching industrial and agricultural prosperity. .Canada's land, apart from cities Tand-industrial centres, could support pop- ulation of the British Isles with "ease." Her natural. resources in minerals, timber, water and electrical power, raw material of every kind, and, ab- ove all, her agricultural resources, are simply boundless, and, unlike -the southern lauds, Canada is a white man's country, a country for British -men, women and children, .in every acre of its vast territory. The peo- ple of Canada are a sane, sober, strenuous, earnest people; a patriotic and Invincibly Industrious people, worshipping no false gods, following will-o'-the-wisps, hut steadily, sure- ly, and with their eyes wide open, alike to opportunity and to dangers, 'building up, there .between the Atlan- and the Pacific, the greatest na- tion that has ever 'osen within the 3mnire. Canada IK a won- derful to any right-think- ing man; and no better fate that I can see can befall any British -boy or girl, man or woman, Iftian to 'become a good Canadian and .play -his part In the Dominion's great forward march; the most wonderful process in all this wonderful age of ours. Lord Grey strongly favors the emi- Ing ground, in the land which we trust -may -be always in Can- Jada, the great Empire centre of the I future. This is a project which 'Canada's Governor-General has very much at heart. FOR WIFE'S AFFECTIONS July Fischer -Phillips, whose wife, Gertrude JVIay Phillips, nee Mace, brought suit against him for divorce in. the Salem courts, has filed a cross-libel in which he charges his stepfather, Eben B. thillips, as co-respondent." He ihas also brought a aliena- tion suit against Phillips. The in- auguration of these two suits makes a total of four cases involving the household of Bben B.. Phillips, who "is widely known as a representative of the "Millionaire Phillips" family of Swamp-scott. STEAMED AGRQUN9 Belfast, July liner Agamemnon is aground at Cloughry, The fifty passengers are safe but the vessel is a total loss. Henry Gentry, a negro, was burned at the stake at Dallas, Texas. "Eskimo babies go dirty for weeks at a time, as the'native superstition says washing would make them cross. director extension work and in charge of Dry Farming investigations in Jtah, Logan. South C. .Rich, prac- tical fanner, tithia Falls! T. V. Cook, state drjr farming expert, Cheyenne. W; H. FairfieW, superintendent experimental farm, Lethbridge. editors will be appointed later, and it is hoped.-that we may be 'able to give attention to each of the dry farming districts of the United States and the provinces in Canada and Mexico and said professor Iddings in making the foregoing announcement, "and we look for "results in this work. Thus the Bulletin will become more truly representative.of the. dry farming in- terests all over the world. UNITED STATES TARIFF FAILURE. Trade Under New De- pressed Stocks. Washington, July the vaunted .benefits to trade -promised the majkers of -the tariff, the, annual report issued from the department of -commerce lab- or to-day makes rather dismal read- ing for Americans who are seeking the (markets of" the world. The exports of the. United States nave very seriously declined. The greatest losses are shown in food pro- ducts., but there is a general drop all round, -The greatest decline is shown in Wheat shows a decline of ibushels, while meat exports suffered a 36 .per cent decline. Lea- ther, cotton goods and manufactured articles generally show a falling off. Banking and railway returns, while showing a percentage, gain over the figures of last year, have for.'the past few months shown a weekly decrease. Stock exchanges all over the coun- try are feeling the present depression, and not even the optimism of the ihighest financial authorities is suffi- cient to dispel the -prevailing gloom. Show Eooms 324 Street. Phone 483. ials For This Week Only ORIENTAL FIBRE ft, spec- ially recommended for bed room use, sev- eral 50 SkYRNA 2 ft 6 in.x5 ftr.veiy ser- viceable and can be used on either side, heavy ALBERTA sizes, 3x6 ft. and 26 in, f tv a large assortment and splendid var- f only a few of these lovely designs left, serviceable for any purpose, SHERTAlV ft., a few odd ones left-iii: stock, a beautiful rug for any JAPANESE ft., to clear these few will sell the balance at a sacrifice .BOOR Tapestries and reduced to lowest price jpossible opportunity offered you now JPrLces will talk. Come and see for yourselves. SENDS HIM TO SWEETHEART. FLAWLESS DIAMOND TWO INCHES LONG New York, July Lane heard today from Johannesburg of the of a pure white flawless dia- at the Premier Mine, said to weigh 191 karats. It is said to be two inches long and -three-fourths of an inch thick, 'tapering from one and that next time you fa quarter to three-fourths of an inch. Special Train Given to Fireman by Railroad Company. Sacramento, July 'W. Sheri- dan, superintendent" of the Sacramen- to division of the 'Southern Pacific, )laced a special at tihe disposal of Ar- -hur Olsent "fireman, who was in the wreck at .the Feather river bridge ast .Monday, when Olsen decided to make a trip from the Rideout Marysville, to the home of his; weetheart, Miss Holmes, of Sacra- mento. An engine, 'baggage car and a chair sar were allowed to Olsen, Miss'Hol- mes and: when .they made the journey from Marysville, to this city, Olsen was carried in a cot rom the hospital to special train. was dangerously injured 'hen the engine toppled over -the leather river bridge, resulting in.the of 'Engineer Congdon and Train Despatcher Corcoran. He. will he nursed by his sweetheart. didate, 'but this seems to have had no effect on the determination to name (him not Democrats Will Probably Name For- mer Minnesota Head. St. Paul, July -former Gov- ernor John Lind will toe the only one considered for tihe nomination for governor at the democratic state con- vention, which will .be held at Minn- eapolis, July continues to fee the opinion of those in touch with the sit- uation. Lind has written to certain politicians that he can not 'be a can- FAMOUS PICTURE STOLEN. Paris, July Cri de Paris states, that Leonardo .'da .Vinci's .mas- 'the most'fiam-. ous portrait' in. the was from- tie. niglit albo'ut-.a month agOj through the complicity of a of the 'museum. A-copy of the -painting was' place of the original, the report states, and the genuine painting is now in New The paper says a New York million-. aire collector, wihose. initials are J. K. W., has -the original.. "Noah Quance, of St. Thomas, ,Oht, retired-as principal of -the: St lihomas Collegiate Victor Kirk, formerly of Toronto, has left Saskatoon in a ftafbottom scow for New Orleans.'' Vincent Henry fireman on the C. 'P. R., was killed near Chap- leau. --T REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. want rickcy that right critp, dry to fine! Order original Plymouth It Is estimated TO ibe worth uncut Maiden Lane lapidary said that judging from the description, the larg- est diamond which could >be cut from it would -be pear shaped, but that it might foe more profiiatole to cut it into smaller gems. When cut, ho thought it would 'be worth The Premier Mine became famous in January, 1905, when the Culllnan dia- mond was discovered. Alberta Railway d Irrigation Co. an Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eacn situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ;