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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pag*4. THE LETHBBIDCHE PATLY HERALD Tuesday, June 4, 1912 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTAILItHID HCIMlill 1M7 Puallshse" by The-LMhSrlepe Heren P-upfUhlnp Co., Lt�., every lawful venlnp at ita offlee, Sjtxtti Street, Lethbrlffa, Albarla, Canatfa. ' W. A. BUCHANAN ~"- Menaplnp Dlraetor T. W. QUAYLI Manaplnp Baiter JOHN TONNANCK �utlnaaa Manaper >HONC: Advertising Clrculatlan And Jab Departments 1252 DAILY �UB�CBI">TION RATI* I'Tav aelr�e*e� .........f*JJ  m&tha delivered........U.00 I ntSSths deliver*......,.|i.0� 1 month delivered ..........3*c 1 year, Ijy mall ...........1,M t month*, by mall.........�� 1 month, by mall...........Mo. Addressee ohanaea a� orten as desired, but both new a�� old am----�� � sdtruaM muat be stves). TMaV DAILY HiRALO fO� JAUf,AT Lethhrldae-Red Craaa Drug A Book Stored .J. Q. Robertson * Co.; .Jackeon ft Co.; Alex-" antra. Hotel; Pesple'e Drue Stare. Maeleod-Tounr dt Co.: It W. Plneha'r Creek-B. J. Mitchell; D. t,. McCrea. Tabar-;W�atiake Broa. Cardaton-Albertit Drua; A Boofc Company. � � Sarnie 8). C-Percy Beal. Medicine Hat^L. M Northern. cmS5fc"d Clareaholm-O. L. Raipeoks. Diamahd city-Diamond City Drue; Co. Vansauwer, B. C-World Wide News-Company. Alee en �'$.>. ej. Trelne THE WEEKLY HBrTAtO Publlahed every Wedneedey In eliht or mere pacea. and contains a . . aummary of the new* of the weak,* local, and dletrlct 1 year'A advance ....... .".ri.W s mentha In advance .......80c. 6 month�;ln advance......75c. � *-� ..... - _ - ,---,--- The Spirit of Sport TO THE varied attractions in .the field of onJ'd.Qor sjtorts is to. be, added cricket. Whether the "game will become popular in Letli-itoridge remalns."to be" seen. Its introduction, however, is to be welcomed In that, if any reason is required, it will tend to add to the variation of �out-of-door pursuits,, thereby; giving individuals the: "oouortdnity to^inrftilge "in their own. particular and favorite .fancies in inanly and healthy pastimes. "'t * Baseball we'haVe, and football we ^have, and as side lilies lawns tennis and golf. . AU. ol. which are ... service--vable'. in the building u$ of a virile community. Cricket is to lie added to the list, and " may" its career be] successful. In the words of the immortal jingle', 'ft is a ""'capital"gnJrie--smart sport-^fine exerciser-ivery^v if "the drirBitiated WoufiltaaVe fo-r 'further Information as to the excitement cf the - ganre,^let us. refer - .them to the detail* oPthe1 wonde>ful katch plSyed bfv this- worthy arid' his ft tend tfolbnel .Sir.Thomas Bla^o, eo picturesquely narrated'- In the iPfckwick Papers'. But levity aside, --we ' trust cricket will come to stay. It is a clean game, and i is always associated- with the best -traditions of- sport. j There;- rs evidently an - athletic air about L-ethbridge, t ? -." �. KOOTENAY'S .NEW ,  �r * MEMBER 4 * .  R. P. Green, the member-elect for Kootenay, was born in Peterborough^ Ont., in 1861 and moved to Winnipeg in 1882. He followed the C. P.. R. west, reaching British Columbia in 1884. He then returned, to hip home ton^i1 in Ontario to$> tH-:.winter, coming West to CalgaVyf in;trio^beginiing of. 1885. From here -lie "travelled north with General Strange, jgoing through the Riei rebellion under 'that Later in'1885 Mrv_ 'Green ; 'again crossed tffe Rockies' intip British^Cb-luihbia,walking (the; Jast 80 miles to Revelstokein advance'of the railway. There lie went into the general'merchandise -business 'with his brother. From Revelstoke he moved to Illlcllle-waet and later established mercantile businesses at Sproat's landing, Ains-worth and Kaslo. - . In 1893 iMr. Green became thetfirst mayor of Kaslo and later was elected a member of the provincial houBei'. He was re-elected in 1900 and 1&03.'. He held the port-folio of mines in the'Mc-Bride: government and for four years, until December, .1906, was chief commissioner,of lands and works. Since 1907 lie has been in the brokerage business in Victoria...... THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE t SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., Preeidept . ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD General Manager Aaaiatant General Manager CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000 j-If �Witistoir Churchill succeeds in ( landing-the premiership of Great Brit- j aln shortly, as is rumored, he will be a live, example of the success which comes to men of action. His political career has been one of action, and at times daring action, hut always on the aide of imperial democracy, The Kaiser Is sending a man with an elongated name to court favor at TOURISTS and TRAVELLERS The Canadian Banlcof Commerce, by reason of ita large'number of branches in avlry Province of Canada, with direct representation in London, Eng:, New York, San Franciacp, Seattle, Portland, Ore., Mexico and St. John's Nfld., with Agents and Correspondents in every part of the world, is able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the travelling public, enabling them to obtain money in the afmpJast way at any point on' their journey the world over. The Travellers' Cheques and 'Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining funds abroad, especially -in places where identiflcation ia difficult. �� Cheques and Drafts JBij all the countries of the world, drawn in iterUog, frames, ' raarka, lire, kronen, etc., can be cashed or purchased at raaaonabla rates. ti-V '' kthbr% Br,Mich - - C G, IL Nourse. Farm Land Snaps 320 acres All steam plow land, with 210 acres under cultivation; fair buildings, good well; ail fenced. Crop goe3. with -the land and land can be had at $25.00 per acre-easy terms. 640 acres Alt steam plow land, with 400 acres tinder cultivation; all 'fenced;  good, well; In - section of the country whore failures are unhoard of. This section-can be had at $27.50 per'acre: on reasonable terms 320 acres o All steam plow land with 260 acres under cultivation; 200 acres in crop, balance in summer fallow. Fair build-dngs, close to town; and school; a, splendid buy at $30.00 per. acre-easy terms. Crop goes with land, Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 OWNERS OF MORNlNGllip Suite IU to 115 Sherlock Building P.O.Box ld79 Phone ....,.a.iiw ,.o'... ci 7f :;:'",;.;:;j.'JlClJ'^ The Lethbridge City Properties and Farm Lands, formerly owned by the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company and now the property of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, :_c' .,x. ' ARE NOW HANDLED EXCLUSIVELY BY f*. r\ r-. -y Real Estate and Financial A^g^\'Z^1S^:^\''' At whose office lists of these properties can be inspected These lists contain the very best buys to be had in this city and district . / ' - � Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 Five Horses Go Too! With one of the Best 1-2 �e'Jtie!!.V near Magrath; ..:%:, .': -[V. 22 Acres flax; 30 acres oafe: 65 acres Winter Wifcat:';ife&"iHl^ift4i,' Wheat; 25 pasture and 65 summer follow-all lookiiig,-g^i:|; % Black loam, all fenced; -good t houise, .sta'ble an.d :;gl;aMa|ies-'-';aii(l^ $41.00 per acre takes all. .Quick Sale;See- . -ii^:'� Sixth Street MITFORD & CO. Opposite Heralfl Investment Broken Phone 1235 �aw rfi'mpT ;