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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wefliiesclay, Mairh 20,1011. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3. Insurance and Loan Department PROVINCTAL AGENTS- National Fire IiiHuraiic'e C^o. of Pitts-biil^ (Total assets over $.'3,000,000.) REPKESENTIXn- Phoenix AsHnraiice Co., London, Va\^. Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident. North Anieric vccutc government judges n alTord exhibitors an op- I porliiniu 1(1 show at several exhibits] in a eliciiit .\ iiiri-imi; In organize this association mmiii he held during one of the e.xliiliitiniis at next suiiiiiitr. 'next morning the city presented the Beautification and artistic improve-, nients were noticeable in all parts of the city and it was generally conceded that the first cleaning day cam- 50 liberal and esthetically educated business and professional men to work out a practical program for water, sewer, transportation, parks and bcjiilevarrt system and municipal art in .Spokane for the next fifty years. Experts declare this is one of the most important and farsecing pieces of business wisdorrt yet advanced by any American city. fieorg* Wharton .James, one of the foremost municipal art critics in America, said after examining the .Spokane plan : "1 Indk upon .Spokane as one of the most-if not the most-enlightened niKl hopeful of the younger elites in regard to general civic art improve-nienls that the I.'nited .Slates has to I (lay, and I heartily commend its; spirit to those who are seeking the way to educate and arouse public .'sentiment in their own cities as to; what should and can he done." CARGO WASHED ASHORE North Brlabaue, Atistralla, March 28| The cargo of the uverdoie Interstate: steamer Yongale bound from Towns-vllle to Mackay with 68 ipassengersj and crew of TO was washed ashore today. The Youngale is owned iby the; Adelaide Steamship company of Adelaide. Sherlock Bids'-7th $1890 $1200 34 1 I8f 1-8 OLTN ST., (close in). STRIKE UP IN THE COMMONS Ottawa, March 2,S.-.John Ilerron, Alberta, asked the minister oi labor 111 the House of ('iiiiiiiioiis today if some central point'lu. was doing anything to settle the I difficulties between the mine opera- SIX CANDIDATES FOR TRUSTEE LEGISLATOR STABBED IN NOSE WITH A HAT PIN Providence, R. I., March 29. - The crusade against long hat pins gained a strong supporter yesterday in Representative ,Iohn B. Leclerc of Woon-socket, who, after being wounded by one of the so-called "dangerous weapons," announced that he would introduce a bill in the legislature limiting the length of this feminine accessory. While riding to the state house yesterday Representative Leclerc was stabbed In the nose by a long hat pin protruding from the new spring headgear or a woman passenger. The steel prong sank deep into the legislator's and blood flowed freely. ^�onrs truly, I-: .Mc-MOORE, .Secretary The secretary was instructed to in(|inre inlo the matter and if such a meet inn v. .is called to notify the meiHhcrs whd would proceed to send a delepuic tn the meeting. The inatU'r of dates for the nexl show uris h'l! open until it was seen what (iiuld he done with the provincial iiiaiter. The iiillottiiiK officers were elected for the ciiming year : Hon, President, Mayor .\danis ; President, P. H. Ash croft ; \'ici'-l'res!dent, .lames Benton, ."-Jecretary-Treasiirer, T. W. I'.owthor; Auditor. W \. Hamilton; Board of Directors, .Siuii .tones, .Joseph ,Iohn-son. anil .John (Jrahanr. .\iiothi'r meeting will he held uisl as Mioii as the Provincial .\ssocia-tiiin matter ig settled one way or the other. Newfoundland's foreign trade for the fiscal year ending last June totalled 1IL'1.500,000, though there was a fallins off with flreat Britain. The budset shows the revenue at 13,500,000 and surplus of 1420,000. Uors anil the miners in Alberta, lie ]woiilil iii?|)reKS upon the ir.inibtor, he (said, the very great iniporlaiice and , seriousness of the case. I linn MacKenzie King reviewed the situation in .'Mherta and stated that I he had sent to liritisli folumnl� ^Ir. 'McXivcu, of the department of lali-or. with instructions to confer with i each of the parties in the event of their not reaching an agreement. It was dilficult to know what could be done by the government, but Mr. Mc-S'ivcn would be there to see the parties and inform them that the good offices of the government were avail- sets of triistuch, which includes the able in order to help them to reach iiicmbors of the retiring board, hav-an agreement. If an ;ipplicatton vas ing been appointees of county otfi-niade fiir a board of conciliation and rials. arbitration there would be no delav The names of those who will com-on the part of the department of : pete for the trusteeship are Dr. Hen-labor. ' r> Beaupre, W, O. Davis, T, O .lohn- - I son, .1 F,, Fitzpatrick, S, W. .Mitch- LOST HIS NERVE i ell, and P. II. Buckley. Tl is under- I.lndsay, Ont., March 28.-George! stood that the first three namicd will Willis, aged 2fi, an Insane patlfnt'nin on the same ticket in opposition waiting removal to the asylum, cut'to the latter three. his bedding into strips and susiiended--- himself .by ihe neck, hut after hanRtngf The "store news" thai draws .voii to a few seconds he lost his nerve and] the store will draw others-ao don't let himself down again. delay the order of your going! CI 9fin J^OR TWO LOTS BLK. 9 I wUU 124, London Road( facing south.) THE Dowsiey-McMillan Land Co. \Phone 544 (Special to the Herald). Sweet (irass. March 2R -The names of SIX candidates for the position of si'hool trustee for .Sweet firass Dis-incl No. 17, have been formally an-iKiuiiced, and the school election to he held at the iircseiit district scliool building next Saturday, April 1, will j uiidoubteilly be one of the most Interesting events of the season. The vot,-ing will be done between the hours of 2 and f! o'clock in the afternoon. ers attacli special importance to the election in that all three of the tru.s-tees to which the district is entitled are to be chosen on that day. The date will also go down in history as the first school trustee election to be held in the flistrict ; the two former Sherlock BIdg.-7th St. MR. LAND BUYER Hero is $1,000 FOR YOU. We have a client who has paid !n Three Thousand Five Hundred (3500) Dollars on a beautiful section of land ' 3outh of Grassy Lake. He will turn over his Agreement of Sale to you for Two Thousand Five Hundred (2800) Dollars. Here are the particulars: .AH so.ctlon 14-8-13. 140 acres broken. ^140 bushels of wheat. 1 1-2 storey house (plastered.) Barn, 2 well�, etc. Price $21.50 per. aero to yo,u. Come in and see tbo agreement. MONEY TO LOAN CITY PROPERTY & FARM LANO� THE DowsIey-McMillan Land Coe Phone 644 30 FBBT COtJRTLAND St. (facinK Barraeke.) ;