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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. June 9, 1911. THE LETHB1MDGE DAILY HERAUl Pace 3 MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of Gity View Sub-division Prices Low. .Terms Easy F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager BRITISH CAPITAL FOR CANADA Five Hundred Million will be Placed Here this Year WILL IT BE YOUB TTJRtf NEXT1 Total loss in Canada for 1910, with 256 lives. For fire insurance, R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1111 Ott Block Toronto, .June Leonard 1'al- mer, ;t leading member of the Lon- don, Kng-, Financial News editorial stall, in an interview here, stated that last year S.'nS.OMl.fiOO of British Capital came to Canada, and this year he confidently expects the amount will be The to- tal amount of British investment, in Canada at present is he said, ;md such is the interest in Canadian investments that everything is taken up that looks at. noo-i Me strongly urged that none but the best cecurities be placed on Lon- don market so as to preserve Can- ada's credit in the metropolis. DEFENCE IDEA WAS'DEFEATED Laurier and Botha Oppos- ed to Lewis Harcourt's Proposition VOTED A GOOD FELLOW A large number of friends of A. C. i Messer met at the Alexandra Cafe evening and banquet ted I Many friends said very compliment-; i ary tilings about him and Mes- J replied, saying ihat he had j tried to do his dniv as a citi-j of a'ni a British sub-' ject ami would no] fi.rget his many; in Lethbridce. The speakers; of the evening wore, -i. Ouncrou, i lIuuK, Ma ley, li "'.lion, and Dawson The Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street South. Near Hudson's Bay Sto.-a. OFFICE EQUIPMENT arid FILING DEVICES in sieel and wood. TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and OFFICE SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call again. (ins. I hit Ion, L. PruiCT, FERRY OVER BOW RIVER SETTLED We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing' town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are'right. ..THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER Lots on Sewer at These Prices tire Worth 39-30, Block 21 Duff, 5425 each. Terms 52-53, Block 2] Duff, ?42y each. Terms. 73-74, Block 24 Duff, each. Terms. SHERLOCK Kinnondale Farmers At-! tend a Large Meet- ing Kinnondale, -Tune part oi the country never looked better than j it does now. Copious showers in May i and June have caused a rank growth of grass, and the spring wheat and oats, especially the early sown, are showing a fine stand, and ihe pros- pects for a crop are very bright. Breaking stcarn and at work in all direc- tions and a greatly increased acreage will be rcadv for the seed next London. June members of the hhVeria! Conference were no! at all unanimous in support of lion. Lewis Harcourt's proposal for a standing committee of defence. His proposal was that a committi-e of representatives of I tie i'nited King- dom ami the Dominions be formed to 1 meet at more or -less regular inter- vals for the transaction of business referred to it by the secretary for the colonies with the assent of tin1 i Dominion governments. HI- suggested that the' committee consist of the .secretary for the colonies, parlia- mcniary and permanent under secre- faries. assistant under secretaries for j the Dominions, the imperial com'er- once secretary, the high eomi.'iission- crs of Canada, and South j Africa, a representative of Xewfoumi- i land, and a secretary of the com- j mittee. The committee would be ad- visors and not, executive and would deal only with matters conwvning a past imperial conference or prepara- j tions for an approaching one. In all cases the Dominion governments must be consulted through the governors as to their willingness regarding the submission of quest inn? to the com- mittee. Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier did not ap-: prove of the proposal or any otheri that would be in any way an infer- ence between the home government-; and the governments of the Domin- ions. He adhered to the position he took four vears ago that the rcla- ri TM. Neirlig. -I. Dawson. D. H. Llton, b Superior A. C. MESSER Tliose present were A. C. Mcsser. Geo. Honk, -I. .1. ameron. U. Hal- ey. T. Kastoii, M. Hughson, G. j Moore, A. -Johnston, -J. IT. L. Prince W. G. Mallet t. W. T. Taylor, W.', M.. Putnam, Herald. Gus. tions between the dom mother country should by themselves. The i-u the colonial office had satisfaction and he ,u iions and the earned on n.zauon o, gtvea ample thought they Quarter section irrigated, all in crop per acre Close in. "Easy All Kinds of Insurance Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. LOOK THESE LIP A fully modern 7 room house on Westminster Road, only -Rill lisndle this deal. Don't miss it. .160 acres'el first class land, 7 miles town, all in crop. Oii'l'' per acre. 51200 rn.sli will swing tnis deal, balance crop priv- meur. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts, and we guarantee them PERFECT. We are the first "buyers of irri- gated land to-sub-divide and our prices are cheaper than others of like quality and location. We make terms to suit, if you intend to improve the property. We also own a. nice 1-2 acre with cottage and chicken sheds located in tha city limits, cheap and on any terms. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridgc spring. i should leave Hon. A -I. McLean, provincial sec-; present, ri'tary, accompanied by the ferry in- spector, were at Bow City last week to locate a much needed ferry across the Bow on the road to Brooks. Sev- eral different locations were favored i and it was necessary to hold a meel- j ing on Saturday to i-ecide the mat- ter. N7o less than 90 settlers gather- i ed at McCoubrey's on very short no- tice, showing the widespread interest i in the matter. Owing m the absence I of a large ntunter o? men from the western part of the territory to be served by ihe ferry, the majority fav-! ored a spot chosen in Sec. 13, Tp. 17; R.. rather than in Sec. 20. The: result will be communicated to the; government and the ferry will be in-j stalled without delay. j Messrs. RyalL Tibbilts, McFal! and j others are in Brooks this _ they expect to take contracts! for breaking and disking a large tract! ion the Duke of Sutherland's a mile or so north-east of Brooks. j Mrs. .John Mossorn, accompanied by j her daughter, Ada, start for England j on Friday, sailing from Quebec on i ters as they are at i D. Harrison, S. News. R. C.; .Stewart. D -I. McMillan, -I. Scott.: H. Farrow, S. L. Armstrong, .1. i I. Cowan, -J. Mowat, H. W. Mo-iTnt. S. Shaw, II. W. Hut ton, J. H. Weaver, and D.: Fraser. t Sir Joseph Ward. New ,ylr Mebser who is icavjng for the i while not agreeing with ali tiie par-j Crtasl. has bcen a rcsidcnt iiculars of tl-.e proposals, thougiit. Qf for eight years and has! would be a considerable improvement. identified "with several! Premier Fisher. of Australia, in the city. i-fe hasj thought the time inui arrived when ;i hust Qf ;ricmis_ j there should be to carry on Knights of Pythias last night' the work bet conferences. ,'presented Mr. Me.sser'with an General Botha -.vas opposed to the ;ift Ll token oi! their, regard 'for.! proposal, but1 was favorable to .-v j subsidiary conference to which over-; j seas ministers shc'.tld be sent to con-i------------- sider special nnestion.s. premier Mor- We shall be pleased to show you the merits of the lines we Frost Wood Binders. Mowers and Rakes Our prices on this line tire an inducement.. CockshuK Plows. Disc Harrows. Scrapers. Drill's. Hamms This line is heavy, durable and reliable. We also handle full line of Pumps For wells of any depth. Steel VVuuljnills Both pumping and power. Grain Grinders, Concrete Mixers. Wood Saws and Contractor Hoists KUMLEY -OIL PULL" STEAM TRACTORS THE "OIL PULL'7 TRACTOR burns cheaper fuel and does as good work as any other tractor on the market. IS, 25 and 30 horse power. RUM LEY STEAM and 36 horse. RUMLEV SEPARATORS Guaranteed to do better work than any other separator on the mar- ket. Has superior separating device and is the most durable separ- ator on the market.. Be sure and investigate this machine before THE- Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. AVE. BLOCK WEST OF WESTMINSTER. ROAD-- DOWN TOWN OFFICE, 323 5TH ST. ris. of agreed with Botha. In view of tiio opinions of mem- hraUon here on Dominion Day. hers of the'conference Ml'- llarcourt; The stork visited the home of SHRLING NOTES jnumber of both old and young. We Stirling. June evening 'understand- ihat -Messrs. Theodore public meeting will he held in the Brandiey. and W. H. Spaceman have AVIATOR'S RAPID JOURNEY Buse, France, June Aviator Av- raeeting house to arrange for a cele- eacn senr f0r a tennis court. for their Urigo from Orleans .-to 'this place [private J The stork visited at the 'home withdrew and Mrs. Saul Clark last week, and JM.r. ami Charles Tillocjc on Sun- day leaving a thirteen pounder. Mrs. Vilate Erickson of Tyrells today in 55 minutes, distance approx- of limately SS miles. He travelled at a ANNOT HELP left a, baby boy. Mr. Wellings, of Raymond, was in ,town Sunday, in the interest of the Sunday School work. j Mr. and Mrs. James Larsen are .visiting in town for a few days. j Mrs. Joshua Hoirnan is expected home this week from Utah. Xext Friday will bo a half-holiday I here. Sports, such as basket ball It-he I'-mprcss of Britain on June j i Thcv will be gone several months, re- i turning before winter. i j It is understood that Mr. Hcald, j i who has been in charge of the livrc-j height ol loflfi feet in an east wind having a velocity of thirty miles an ho.ur. Lake, spent last week in Stirling. Late Saturday evening the Dram at-1 ff ic Company of Raymond presented the play entitled here. EARTHQUAKE REPORTED NEAR THE CASPIAN SEA more mission for Iht- past .year, and i who liars just returned from confer-; sons for believing; in God. The follow intr characteristic reply from Mayor New York. -Innc Christian and races hare been arranged for Potsdam, June seismograph F. Reisnor. pastor of Grace Metho- entertainment. .at. the observatory here registered a dist Kpiscopul church, One i The tennis court that has been so- j'-a-tastropfae by earthquake in the Hundivfi and Fourth .street, recently cured has proven a great. success, iielstrborbood of the Caspian Sea at addres-sed letters to a number of pro- and affords enjoyment: for a large P-O-i o'clock this morning. askinK them their rea- _ _________ encc at Calgary, has been set down for the same field for another year. W. F. Str.ith. who was lorrncrly sta- tioned here, will go to Bnrdctt. j Mrs. Bert Palmer and children! Gaynor was read to the congregation at last night's service "You may ask me why I believe in God. Hi.-causc I cannot help it. 1 drove out to see Mr. Palmer's bro-j simply know there is a God and that ther, who near High River, and j settles uith me. T have absolute con- has been very ill. j (Jciencr in I.'.m, and am willing to sub A. C. Little has a fine well about; mil to whatever Me will in respect feet deep, with feet of water, j to me. "You also ask. 'What comes read in a; tin Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate and Financial Brokers 307 6th Street Phone 1183 j NEWS FROM LOST LAKE j Miss May Dart, from Barons, was i visiting her brother. Guy Dart, last, iweek. but. she has now returned homo taking with her n saddle pony. Mrs, Ole Jacobson has returned rom North Dakota, where she has I jbeen visiting with friends. j John Martin has been busy fencing. I The Xiihvrjy surveyor? are very !busy surveying a short distance frora OBJECTED TO HUSBAND j [Lost. Lake. j PRACTICING SERMONS ON HER j H. Hobert is taking a trip to Gran- j nni- Seattle, R. 0. Goss has left here in search imiliated of employment j bus band who had preached i.o her The crops around Lost Lake are in j daily and fed her and her child lioth- fine shape. as rnarged. Mrs. Cora Priest Kef- .Martin A. Tioberf has put the fin-j for today bogan divorce proceedings ishing touch to A. Goodine's house. I in the supreme court. The coupie v.'ero irmrried May and have daughter throP years old. i ronv Bible An immense deal of cood. It soothes you and makes j VOL; con unit and charitable. I. might j add that it educates you, and gives' you a aood literary style, bflt that i '.s another matter. Going to church gives people steady habits and makes j them vote carefully. Church members make stable nucleus for society." BEST BUY IX LETHBRIDGE FOR KALE FOR TEX DAYS i'uliy .Miodoni six roomed house on Couriland Street, betvreen AYestniinsfcr and Ernesi Sis. .Price Easy terms. to T.-MCGREGOR Room 6. BJk. or 1312 Courtlaiul St. June and hu- iy a. fanatically religious FROM MANCHURiAN MARKETS Landseekers, attention! Trscr of :i sections of choice steam plow land, within 2 miles'of the Leihbndge-Woyburn line, only ?17.0o per acre: fair cash pay- ment; bai. easy terms.. r> per cent. 2 lots on water: ?40f> for the pair; S50 cash; bal. S-6-9-12-K? mos. The Weber-Huff Investment Co, MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands W.R. Dobbin 3107th St. South' Phone 363 ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. Sherlock o roi'iier lots. Beautiful east of Victoria Park Victoria. B.C.. June Tokio Tiie hus- band has been a travelling evangelist who preached his sermons to his wife whenever hc lacked "So 'Asha received yesterday by steamer.. 'publishes telegrams from Harbin that the Chinese chamber of commerce he preached each mornin- a there has decided on the expulsion of wftole sermon to his wife when uu- Jews from the markets of Northern ,able to find any other audience." The Jewish merchants! Keffer. us stated in an affidavit, fii- arft now petitioning the chamber to 'ed today, is still travelling on his mis- ravokft its decision. It is stared the as an evangelist, though without decision is the result of an agitation ihis domestic audience. Hir.; last, known on thf part of certain Russian mcr-jstop was Leonard street, Toronto, cnants Canada. fr Splendid Four-Roomed Cottage Within 1.000 feot oi' P. R. track, on DOUBLE LOT. WESTMIN- STER ROAD. Prk-o Terms easy. We can recommend this as a sure mouey maker as the. land is worth more than the money asUtfd for. Nortk Lethbridge Realty C o. PHONE 536 THE i 1 Dowsley-MuJhern I Land Co. j Successors to The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. Phone 544 ;