Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
VV'ciliieMlay, -Time 20, THE LKTinWIDGE DAILY HERALD You can get a "Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing oh this page To Loan on First Mortgage Do you want bomo pf if? ji' The agent of tho company that has it will be in our office for a few days, erne in and see bim. y' F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE the time, lowest rates, Lest company No Cash Required The Company we represent handled more Hail Insurance in 1911 than all .othei- Companies in Canada combined, For full apply: R. V. Gibbons Co., "ft? AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE CO. Ten Acres for Sale Five acre blocks, 215 and 216, Morning- side, subdivided into 96 lots One-quarter cash; balance terms. WKITE BOX 22, IIEKALD For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Money to .Loan, -Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Revenue Producer Farm consisting of 160 acres Improved, 11 miles from Xantou; 7 miles from Parkland: 1 miles from new 0. N. E. townsite; 1 mile from school and church. This land is level, free from stone; boil is heavj dark loam. 120 acres in oats, in fine condition; 40 acres lo be summer-1 allowed. Tlic crop -will be M-orth Price Per Acre, -TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Co. Phons 105B. Office Building. SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Gross St., (5th Ave. A. 1ST.) close to Kindergarten School. Price each; One-third cash, balance 4 and 8 monllis. North Lethbridge Realty Co. HAILfTONES PELTED DOWN IN TORONTO Drtvtn by Violent' Damaged Etobicoke Crops Toronto, June severe .elec- tric storm, mixed with hailstones, 'an unusual atmospheric condition at (his time of the swept over Toronto. ParkdaJo ami Bfoblcoke seemed to be tiio storm centre. It wcti fine all the early afternoon brought a gale from, tho north and .11 .violent thunderstorm., Thero were two' heavy downpours, the Kocond bringing with H l.ho hailstones-some of which were quite large. The storm worked havoc with thr> market gardeners In the Humber .Hay and Swansea districts, tearing up some of (ho vegetables, -CJcvcra] trees were also blown.down. LANSBURY IS GOING CRAZY MADF. INSANE ATTACK ON PRE- MIER ASQUITH OVER THE "HUNGER STRIKE" London, Juno A; wild scene was enacted in ihg House of Com- mons tcdiiy a result or forcible feeding, of it ho suffragettes who de- clared a "hunger Hollo way Prison. George Liuiabury rushed to- ward the ministerial benches, shout- ing at Premier Atsqiiith: "You tire neath Yon call yourselves gentlemen, and you forcibly feed and murder 'women. .You ought to be dirv- en from public life. You will go down to posterity as murderers of innocent women." Speaker Lowtber ordered Lansbnry taken from the house. Lansbnry shouted: "1 refuse fo leave while this contemptible thing Is being done, while women: are be- ing murdered and driven mad." After a scene of sreat-.uonfuBlon, he was induced by his friends 'to leave. George .Salisbury, a. Labor M.P., elected for Tower Hamlets, Bow and Bromley, in December, .19J 01 He is 58. years old, and was a -member of the Royal Commission on the poor laws. C.N.R. HAS ALL MONEY NEEDED STRIKE RECORD SHOWS INCREASE WITH. THIRTY.-FIVE. MILLIONS IN BANK WILL RUSH THEIR 1 TRANSCONTINENTAL Juno Ihe finiin- cing has been doiio for the completion of tlic C.N'.R.: to tlie "The-proceeds ot; the guaranteed the.. Canadian govern- ucut io build the section from Mont- real, to. Port: Arthur, are in the bank and' seven. thousand; men are: at work hurrying forward this stretch to com- pletion. "V splendid hotel Mill he built in the citj of Montreal on a bite which the coinpai.} considers the best HI the city These arc. sonic of the announce-, ments made by Sir Wm. I Mackenzie, president of Ihc C X.R J prior to leaving on the Royal George for England. WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB ACTIVE COMMISSION TO SIT IN THE WEST Ottawa, June The railuaj com mission will hold, a number of sit-' tings in the west next month as fol- BESIDES EQUIPPING AND MAIN TAINING "REST" PROVIDE BELL FOR SCHOOL Warner, June N.. and Mrs to Lethbridge Wednes (iay evening to meet Mrst; McMillan sister Sadie; and -brother, Tom Mo han. .Miss Sadie is one. of the Klruutors in, Ihc Minneapolis publi schools, and Tom has been at lend in] school there, since, last tall. U. M. Losey unloaded a car of Me Cormick binders last. week. Thi doesn't look as if he expected a crop failure in 1912. Miss Thompson, of Lucky Strike who has been sewing for Warner lad ies for the past three; weeks, left foi her home last Saturday: Now, won't some other seamstress pity seems no one, or at least, insufficient .help in .that line here. On 4Sundaj Mr E. C Lamg, man- ager (if the Warner -Baseball club gate a big dinner to the boys All report it a great success, although it, uai> over 90 degrees in the shade part? of the dav Mr and Mrs D R atcs spent day or two in New Davtori last week- Mrs. :Yates' afternoon tea in honor 01 her sistei. Mis COR Bell, Ogilensnuig, Ar Y STATISTICS ISSUED BY THE LABOR DEPARTMENT AT OTTAWA According to the latent estimate ol the Department of Labor, the contin ued rrisc in prices was maintalnet during .May, though not to 'such I marked extent as during the precotl ing month. The .department's indc: which -went up more .than a point during April, -reached tho high- est point in tho record of the depart- ment.'during May, when it stood at 135.9 as compared withM35.-l in Aprf! and 1261 in year ago This ris-e of nearly ten points in one year constitutes a the history !-of the department, and'it is a noticeable feature that during the last -year the lowest point was recorded, during May. and while the'.-.figures for. May this year show an adyanee over those of any-previous month.' .Anim- als and meats advanced to unprece- dented' levels during May, an unusual feature" of, the market being that all low grades ..have advanced as steeply as the choice grades and fod dors' showed an during'.the month, as also did frnits and .vege- tables. Decreases, on the other hand, were irecorded in the case of dairy, products and -fish, Strike Record Shows Increase Tho number ot labor, .disputes in existence increased considerably dur- ing May; conditions, however, camT pare'favorably with those of-the cbr- lespondmg month last year There ,'ft'ere twenty-nine strikes reported t the department as compared with 1 during April ;irid 34 during May a yea ago. About, two hundred firms and four thousand employees were Involv ed in these disputes, loss of tim7th Av( HOUSES TO RENT TO i Dowsley Land Co. Sherlock Bldg.