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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 The Letiibriilge Daily Herald, Monday, June I FAIRMONT Here's A Pertinent Fact: The possession oi real estate has, from time been considered the best example of assuring safely in values, Other property, like stocks and Miul even currency easily take wings and Qy away, but the ground you own beneath your feet is stable and real, it need not be placed key. and it is foimd'right where you left it after the longest absence. When you buy real estate you should be sure its location is such as to cause the greatest increase in value. That is why we urge you to buy Fairmont. It is ahso- lutely the best proposition in Lcthbridgc today. Prices to Terms, One Quarter Gash; Balance 3, 6 and 9 Months F. C J PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION DEMOUNCED THE BONO GUARANTEE Lord Rosebery Speaks Kaiser. on King and PRIZE All freight rei'imfled on exhibits originating in Alberta. Over 000 offered for Grain Competition. including Acre Yield Competition. Mttkiug Machine demonstration and lectures. Magnificent Art and China Display BEST MtSIC ATTRACTIONS TheNavassar Ladies' Band Grand Fireworks Display Albcrs' Ten Snow White "Polar Bears Herzog's Six Trained Stallions The Six Abdallahs Brothers. Marvellous Acrobats Eamza ami Arno. Clever Comedians Al. G. Trained Wild Animal Shows Beprodiiction of the Making of the Blackf oot Indian Treaty Illuminated with Fireworks t For Prize List and Entry--'Forms, write E. L. RICHARDSON, I. S. G. WART, Manager President. London, June "legacy of peace" left to the nations by King Edward was the subject of au elo- quent and suggestive address delii'- ered by Lord Rosebery. The Lieutenancies and other public associations of the counties of Midloth ian. and West Lothian met in the af ternoon, in Eiidinburgli and LinliUi- ow, respectively, for the purpose of adopting resolutions of regret at the death of the late King and declara lions of loyalty and allegiance to Kin George. Lord Rosebery, as Lord Lieu tenant of the counties, presided a both meetings, ami moved the adop of the addresses. At the Midlothian meeting his lord ship_said: "Last week we saw, perhaps, th most sublime commemoration wMc! h33 cTcF Zttteuueu tu.6 British Monarch. It "was not merely the long procession of Kings and Princes and of the illustrious men of the Empire, and the presence of the most illustrious citizen of the United States, who was sent by our cousins across the seas to share in that pro- cession, What was, penhaps, even more impressive was the huge crowd of bare-headed, black-clothed mourn- ers wJn'ch lined every street "But the lying-in-state >at Westmin- ter Hall was, so to speak, a conse- Tation of a great moment by the pre- ence of the Royal Family and the wo Houses of Parliament. That )an Mann And the Alberta Great Waterways -Rate Of Interest Makes Finanicers Suspicious PARIS WORKS FOR CITY BEAUTIFUL Prepares to Spend Scheme of Embellishment. Paris, June content with be- ing the gayest city in the world, Par- is is preparing to spend some 000 in improvement and embellishment It is doubtful if any city in the world has ever seriously undertaken so am- bitious a scheme of betterment. highways was projected, to consist, of the bo.ulevards laid out under Louis XVI., the military boulevards, and an almost uninterrupted series of "wide streets connecting these two lines and forming a curved highway, especially noticeable on the left bank, where it bears in succesion the names of Rues de Telbiac, d'Alesia, de Voutille, and tie la Convention. One half at least of the mone> which is to be raised by the new loans is to be devoted to the piercing of ar teries of communication, to the im provement of the old streets and to the The present plan for these improve- demolition of some scores of ancien ments is simply to complete the highways in quarters which have re scheme of Bfirun Haussman. This mained untouched since the period o great "demolisher" conceived a Paris Henry IV. or of Louis XIII. of which the two axis would intersect As far back as last December a bond at right de Rivoli and issue of was authorized fo Rue St. Antoine, and the Boulevards this work. uuen the floods devasta de Sebastopol, du Palais and Saint- ed the city, it -was supposed that Michel. This Paris, in his portion of the municipal loan migh would contain a circle of inner boule- be utilized for the repair of the dam-1 vards, the great boulevards, popularly age caused in the capital and in the so called, and the Boulevard St. Ger-! suburbs and for the relief of the suf- main. Radiating highways would {ferers. State and private contribu- bring the inner boulevards into com- munication with the outer and with the centre. Finally, a triple girder of (Calgary Albertan.) Mr. D. D. Mann, vice-president and eneral manager'of- the Canadian Nor- thern railroad, made his first public utterance in regard to the Albarta aud Great Waterways railroad deal while passing through the- city yesterday afternoon on his way from Vancouver to Toronto via Edmonton. He aid not say much. In fact, all li-t -drJ say was very little, but hi1 left a very strong impression rhJi the contract does not look good to him. "What doi you think of Llie Albeita and Great Waterways he was asked plainly. "I have refrained from saying 'any thing about it." answered jmnt railroad Builder. "Can you say anything in explana- tion of- the letter produced at the in- vestigation in which you said it was a mistake for the province to guaran- tee 5 per cent.; Bond Guarantee Was Bad. "Well, that was' the worst feature of the answered Mr. Mann. "Any school boir can see that is bad business. It affects the credit of the province. The London stock market is suspicious of provincial bonds with such a high rate of interest. When it sees such bonds'it thinks something must