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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta inrsda.y. June 27, 1013 Tin; LKTff iiKIDGli I) AI IVY HEBALD You can get a your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page To Loan on First Mortgage Do you AvaiiL borne of The agent oi' Uie company that has it will be in our office for a few days, erne in and see him. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE Jfow ib the time, lowest rates; best company No. Cash Required The Company we represent handled more Hail Insurance in 1911 than. all other Companies in Canada combined. For full pjrticulin, R. V. Gibbons Co., AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE CO. For inside residential or subdivision property Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Cov Limited 1214 Revenue Producer v Farm consisting of 160 acres improved, 11 miles irom Xanton; 7 miles from Parkland; 1% miles from now C. N. 11. towiisitc; 1 mile from school and church; This land is level, free irom stone; soil'is hesny dark loam. in oats, in fine condition; 40 acres to he The crop be orth Price Per Acre, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Phone 1WI. Office Micdonald Bulldlnj. SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Gross St.. (5th Avc. A. close fo Kindergarten School. Price each; One-third cas.li, balance -i and 8 North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE Special Bargain For 20 days in good business property COftNER REOPATH AND 12th feet on Ave., 125 feet on street, hat good 8 room fully modern hotiRe, rented for M5 00 per noith. .This witheut'doubl the best buy in the city today. Fries Te'rmi balance In 6, 12, IS months. Ferris Ransom NANTON ALBERTA MADE AFTACK IN SUFFRAGETTE HURLED-HERSEL UPON A CABIN.ET MINISTER Cordtff, Wales, June George mid Queen Mary who are mak Ing a jour of South Wales, wor brought faco to face with suffragette militant this afternoon when a su fragette bioke tluough the police cor don and sprang at Reginald McKen na, the cabinet minister, In atteiu aneo upon their Kin and Queen were proceeding to. th Cathedral at Llandart when a 'woman mimed Helen Cragg, muttering threat against cabinet ministers enjoying tour of the country while women wen starving in prison, hurled herself up on the home secretary. Simultaneous ly.with her attack upon Mr. Me Ken n the women shouted an appeal' to, th Queen 'to help the suffragettes. Th woman was promptly dragged away by the police and lodged iii jail. MITFORD COMPANY COLEMAN NEWS Coleman, June H. Liggett B.A., principal of Pitichef Creek puh He school; js presiding at thCrdcpart- 'mcntal examinations here. Miss M. Smith, of the piihlic school stafl, lias hcen appointed'to the'city staff oi EdiiiontonV Her'many' friends are pleased to know of her advancn- mcnt. Excavation has commenced oti the new improvements at the public school. It is anticipated that, everv- thing will he completed early, in .Aug- ust, so as to' be icadj lor the reopen- ing o[ school on Aug. 20. oi Ulairmorc, has charge of the exca- vation. Miss Allan; bf Lethhridgc, is the guest of Mrs. W. L. Ouimctte; A. E. of Nelson school, has returned to his home'lie're A. Msimiel, propnetor-of the Frank Hotel, will erect a at: liurmis, work1" being of E Disney, of Coleman E Horinn, of Blurmoie, has already commended the excavation V feature of the new building tthcn completed, n ilk he an assemblv hall 30 ft. x 40 ft. Accom- modation facilities-will include: 3fi rooms. Three men infringed- on the fishing regulations bj fishing for trout at HID Vorlh Fork during the closed season, taccd J W J P-; at Hellevue, and paid costs each, Shone and his son driving near Hellenic on. Suntlav, the vehicle' sustained an tack, of "Locpmotor .with the result lad -was thrown Molcnllv to the ground, fracturing his leu he R NT M P will issue fishing licenses to resident British subjects at ?1, and to foreigners at Colcman will soon a pcrma- Hon. Malcom Mackenzie Banquetted at Macleoi (Continued from front The Premier After the loyal honors, Mayor Sted man proposed-; the toast to "Alberta, coupled with'the.name of Premier Sjf ton. As the premier he was loud ly applauded, the audience rising ant giving vent to .fta appreciation of friend of Macleod ..'of many years standing-In Iiiflty cheers. Mr. prefaced his remarks with a gracious, reference to Mr, Mac kenzie, whom known over since the provincial treasurer came to the 'west twenty-two ago. He had known him! intimately, and dur ng all those years Mr. Mackenzie hat taken, a deep interest In the country and. when 'the ,ttrae came to enlarge the he felt that Mr. Macken zie'g devotion to Alberta demanded re cognition. Proceeding, Mr. Sifton spoke, of Alberta'as a.'deslrable prov- nce for settlers, as it does ill the advantages which give oppor- tunity for growth'and prosperity. Re- ferring to the motto on the wall, the premier took "development" as his For many, years Alberta had just as good land, just as good cli- mate, as It has now, but It did not iavc population." The people were now coming in. and development -is Br. place-'along'.right lines. We need to raise more than the price on our farm lands.) 'Every acre should he made, to develop !fo' the limit of -it Grain' or stock should be (produced, and..Mr.-Sifton said..the 'armors should -raise more horses, more more hogs, and (with significant glance at bome cattle ranchers present) more sheep. That was a dangerous-remark-to make at ome" places, but he thought all would admit that there were places some- vhere where'sheep could be kept. The towns should also te'developed, and 'the man with sub- livisions, selling, lots In the East at iigh..prices was..not the man -devel- ipmg the The men with mon- y should build houses. Men coming nto our to'wos to wake a home should lot be to .-live'In-a terit until ie could build tor himself There are nany such Maclebd who hould use their money in the up uildmg of the town b> the building f Houses and stores, so that It would easv for others to come m to e nd Jo business.j Would Prflducc' Growth If men would use their wealth in big fhe cfty develop, re ardlesfl of whether the Dominion gov rnment built a post office, or the pro Inclal a land titles of {Here the premier1 inter- rupted by nrolonged aop'ause and and nhen order was resum- d or the .town-built a fine uhlcipa! office If the people i these 'things, Macleod would he ome a city of not but eople, and take its place as one of ie- foremost cities, of the; province. The Railwayt t 'Proceeding, the dealt with iluajs, and said, in the Uentv ears previous to the of 'the.-province in 1905, there were but 958 nutes of railway In the Uo years since he took office, June 30, were more Smiles of rail nent moving picture theatonum built than had been built in the Morriso.h" block is being he purposr, 10 be completed, sihlc, July Thr proprietor jj, W V. who .intends- to'install a irst class outfit and provide an-upr o-dalc brand of mctures even night, lie metropolitan impulse has seized tolcman, undoubtedly S brother of I' Stokes, annor at the public school, aimed, his morning fiom England, having j ccomplished -the" journey ..in. 12 (lays, Ie reports a rather rough lam icebergs having been sighted, nd much seasickness experienced.-Not ic least interesting episode on his lurncy was encountered this morn- f ing, .when the C.P.R. engine of the train on he {.raidling, was struck by a large had been'dislodged from the rock cut- ting Hcjonri occasioning a dp- lay, no damage was inflicted to the engine, nor injuries to the passengers OOILVIE MILL j KILLED OjrllvUTCn. wili build ft flour Jos Korten, n at Port Col borne, an auto tt OIU KILLED BY aged 11, killed by WATFORD MAN CALLED TO RENFREW Renfrew, June Andrew's church congregation last night gave an unanimous call to Rev. E. H. Home of Watford to succeed Rev. John Hay, who recently resigned owing .to con- tinned severe illness. TJie call nnK viilea for a eighteen" hun- dred dollars, a free manse and one month's holidays. previous ''o A mile and a half had work- ing "dat of that peiioii (Cheers) Mr dealt with the north and south, and said that ft Is absolutely esfi-antial that, the branches should be started at the trunk lines, man would admir that fact It was impossible to start m the Fnternatlon al: boundary and build to the trunk lines. The lines being built south -from th-e trunk lines just, fast, as men. money and material conld--.be got. There are now in railwaj construction in the and whether the railways reach t.hc soii'ih -in a week, a month or H year, they be here, and the sooner the better, !as transports tion facilities are to: the development, of the province. Mr. Sifton also claimed that the in of Alberta would bo .belle served by having'all great; Iran' continental roads furnfuh the laying to the Pacific emit as as possible, ID this way 'would ma kets be reached, an.'outlet for crop be and competition given In the. premier, in quent referred :'to and diversified the-pro- vince, and said the two great in their development are people transportation'-fac'lltles; The Provincial Treuurer was the next total honored, and Mr Mackenzie given reception In introducing 'the Provincial Treai urer, Mayor as a friend' o many years' standing; expressed ap- preciation of all Mr., Mackenzli had done Tor the building up of; leod. the cheering had subsided Mr. Mackenzie said he would be'very inhuman indeed if he did not expresi the deepest appreciation of honor done hlm-by'ithe 'citizens of- Macleox and others, "I he said, "to a greater; ex tent Jinan ever before, rf-I 'am worthy of this receptioD, 'that my public Hfe entirely been Continuing, he said he wasn't much of ail after-dinner speaker. friend, Hon; Chas.: Stewart had be would much prefer the rough anc tumble scrap in committee on some bill It nearlv Uenty j since he had come to .Macleod, and a had asked him if-hc had his life to live over again, .would he.'come'jtc Macleod. He had no .hesitation in re plying that he.would not hesitate for moment in comihg to Macleod. (Cheers.) He had had a'good time in Macleod, and.felfc that-be lived-in. Uie midst of friends "if, do 'my gald the .Prov- nclal the future, I will continue to have, friends, not only In ilacleod, but' throughout the whole province." He was pleased to see so many of he old-timers" present. It warmed us heart. He-was also glad-to see many young men, and he urged hem to take an interest in public af airs, as they -would in the near ure to take up the work where off. Pi 'ref erreif the great changes that had taken place in Macleod since' he came here, and reviewed thet early hostility of the C P n, and related how thU company had been forced to build nito the old i.tmn, to the faith ful worMof the citiEens" If the Email number of people had been able to do so much m'the paat, what might the) yhope for from the insistent ef- forts of the greater of the fut- ure" Proceeding, Mr Mackenrie re-fen ed! t.o the mold rise In land values, and paid tribute to those worthj men who have .always shown their, faitlr in town. As tho premier had said, H w he our.own fault if the'country were not developed, In concluding, Mr.. atn expressed appreciation of-tbe'hon- Third Avenue 1 Business lots block 14 Revenua Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Financial Broken DOMINION itOCK. PHONE 11N, The H. MACBETH AGENCY .FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK 'BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE Ettpblllh.d Firm gf Good Rtputt." Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few Lote in Parkdale FOR EACH jj The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA ILOCK. PHONI11M, FOR SALE Car of-choice OATS for immediate delivery Firm O. T. LATHROP Stafford Hock Pirmi LMIM Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS to the mui'Tho KM throujh the prwmt- Into future itle Will nil from 160 Price 00 per acre Ttrrat. 12 00 per ctuh, 00 RDoum at 6 per cent.11 -We furnMh'you with and Held notei f o? every amrter section, liven by Core McGregor, Government i land luneyon, Vlotorip, B. C. 1 'Our land acreace, and our price at prment time I: QUitii a little llelow any other company, handlltlf large bodlei of land in that vicinity The fact that eome ac.rrt at retail on "government reports and government iurveyor> soil notes, demonstrates the demand for tWi land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Jofcmson Blk, 323 5th St. Upstairs" or, and he hoped to ;be able (o THIS 13 CHEERFUL tiondon, June than one thouiand strikers ixirndefi the stTAftts of EftBtham-in the cast end of Lon- don yesterday, carrying; a miiiliture gallows. They stopped outside .the house occupied by the foremen who were dtaobeying tlie orders of tho etrikc >Bd-crs- woftlng. at-the docka. and in each case held a mock execution, One ot strikers drcuBCd ag A i cicrjyman, cvtMucitd the A Shipping Coal Property For lease, on a royalty basis. The property of the Alberta Coal Co., Url., sit.nat.cd- 25 miles easl of iLeth.bridgo and five miles west of Taber, lesHe on a basis of 45c per ton government, royalty. Is property, contains 1360 acres; has 5000 ton a develop- ed; has a complete equip- ment wJth capacity of pro- viding and handling 200 tons per day of lump coal. For particulars address, David Wilson RamMtn, Building, Spokane render "some small stsrvlces .for Mac- leod yet." Our was next proposed by Mr. Allen, and coupled with the names of Hon C R MilcheH, mlnistei norks Hon Chas Stewart, mnliter of municipalities, and'T. of Lethbudse Mr. buds arrived the 10 10 train from Calgan, made a brief, 3nimorous his iiuditprs in laughter. >lr; Mitchell joined, in> tributesf to_Mr. Mac'ken- 7fa, and predicted 7hat the province would learn to' appreciate his value and ability. Hon Chas Stewart a-lso spoke, ih humorous-strain, ind-rteftlt In a joking way with the north ami south cries, and made an eloquent ,plea, n ui- Hed Mr. Quayle''Spoke from the stand- For Quick Sale i Choice half-Mction, from Weyburn line, Cnh, balance arranftd on eaiy termi. Albcrta-Britiih Columbia Land Co. Ltd.v 10 PhoM 711 D. L. KIMBALL, MlntpH point of a recent Mr Mackenzie The gathering up with "Auld Lang Syne letters of regret read'bj _... retarj Richardson from i K. J. Chamberlain, prcsidpnt of Mr -Mucleod, of the C N iti'on G McKaj. and others t '.j ONTARIO Walkerton, Ont, Jnne .TotW Grainger, a citiren of for 'ortv -veire, died Uit ong He a brewer contractoi and prominenU in Musrolc circles Wslland Onl, death occurred here of Ott, an aired esident Ho carried a i'bfacX- Snap for Quick Sale 20 acreS, parl of L S D 12, N B t-4 30 S 20, 4th, situated only throe mllea due east of City, per acre, on very easy terms. Apply 203 Farmer Building. A. E. M. PAGET Public Accountant Winnipeg, 'Man. bin, retired veara a go St Thomas, Ont, June Robert Ewan, South Dorchetier, nhile on a visit to her J D Buchanan, at Hamilton, natairg and died the same Ing. '--f'1- St Thomai, Ont., Frances Jean Cameron. of W. K. Cameron, barrliter, died Saturday from pneumonia V Spedal Boys in Snail Lots JJJ4QO.OO Bujs 4 Parkdale, good same, ..........SIJOOW Improved Farm 620 Acres, 10 miles from Ullibridge, 1 mile from Wilson Siding 330 Ktee ill barley. Price 110.00. Good ternn. W. McD TAIT Raymond, Altm. Bujs S comer lots, Perkdale, pnfe' ......'.........IS2500 Buys. 2 lots, BiocH 24, .Duff Addition, price each..................MOO Biiys price fine lots, 7th Are South, .I1300.M HOUSES TO RENT TO LO The Dowiley Mnlheni Land Co. Sherlock 7Hi ;