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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Mnv 2.1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A SNAP Two splendid residential lots in Block K., Louise Street. Price each c J. R. Anderson, Manager Why Pay Rent? When you can buy North Ward Lots, 25 ft, x 137 on water line, at cash, monthly. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phono 1191 Ott Block We are offering a 1280 acre Improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing town. acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence: water at 16' feet: one mile to coal ratine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms right. THE 0. W. KERR CO. O, T. LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER Room Block 10 acre irrigated plots, close to the city, to 1150 per acre, easy cash payment, and balance in 8 yearly payments. 2 93.'price 1800 each. Terms 1-2 cash., Balance 4 and 8 months. '4lots, Block 92. price each. Terms. one-third cash, balance 4 and 8 months. 6'lot's in Sunnyside. each, sna. 2 lots in Block 121, price each. Terms, 1-3 cash. 4 and 8 months for balance. Box 570 Insurance: Fire. Life. Accident.. Plate Glass. Employers' Farm Lands and City Property Bought and Collected OUTBREAK IN CHINA IS OF EXTREMELY SERIOUS PROPORTIONS Hongkong, May from Canton today confirm the gandugo and anarchy are reports of yesterday. Bodies! through the western half of Kaang-iof the slain lie in the streets of the (.ung province, murdering, Famine prices are' asked for and burning. The loyal troops are! foodstuffs, .and shops generally, are Never Saw Prospects Bet- ter for Big Yield in Southern Alberta fighting desperately to crush the up- rising, the seriousness of which is re- vealed in further despatches from Canton. Today Usun, a Chinese, who was educated in Japan and has adopted the dress of western countries, is leader of a revolt against the Manchu dynas- ty; the brigand chief Luk of Shultak, is at the head of a horde of outlaws whose object is robbery and murder. Following the standards of these two men anarchist groups, to whose ._ purpose the outbreak lends itself iniost advantageously. These o.ombin- forces have thrown themselves with fanatical disregard of their own lives against the troops, and since the first outbreak Thursday night much blood has been shed. Sedition is rife among certain of the troops, and it is feared the disaffected sol- Talking yesterday to D. A. Me- Kerricher. inspector of public schools, be said to the Herald: "I have been rrhe'revoUereTave withdrawnj travelling'about through the country a great extent from Canton audjw i be. rural school districts all spring, j 'devastating the country to tKe weather became find-the'most optimistic feeling closed. In the panic have been few attempts to bury the dead, and1 the stench from the bodies fill the air.! to are revolters appear to have the upper west along the river. Before back thev fousht the troops from j amouS in regard, tb the street to" street, many persons beins crop Prospects. To my own mind, i killed. They attacked the think that I ever saw a better arsenal, and, being repulsed, gather- j outlook--for a -big crop than there is ed in an immense rice store, which jlnls Lasp week J was-out in they barricaded with bags of rice. ,the Barons, district, and conditions From the building they threw bombs Uiere coulq; not possibly-be better. The into, the attacking troops, and were 1willter is UP nice and green to, only dislodged when the bass height'of about two '.inches.-and it. j set" afire. -Many of the revolters very even. 'There is hardly a patch j caped, but thirty or more died in stuff in the thousands of acres flames, while others killed themselves itnat I have seen, which is an unusual to avoid capture. i thing in the best of, years. The spring While fighting was progressing in grains are coming along well. too. un- the streets, a Chinese gunboat, the excellent -weather conditions diers will desert their ofl'icprs if the rolling the'west river, fired into have prevailed all spring, and the oral parties of rebels, slaughtering 200 i spring wheat and oats are showing INSURED WHAT? LETHBRIDGE'S FUTURE Buy now and double your money 3 lots on William Street, each, cash Furnished house for sale or rent cheap Fire, Life, Accident and Live Stock Insurance Kerr Phone 623. Sixth St. oPp Bank of Montreal. hand. Officers and refugees arriv- of them. igood start already. There has I plenty of moisture already to insure a {good crop, and the farmers are seed- ing more than ever before.'' AT GRASSY LAKE POPE'S HEALTH Pilot Driggs and others, is extensively in- ItUl this '.terested in the local coal imairig, Grassy Lake, May says A significant event of week was a visit from a noted min- claims, is at present in England, en- ing engineer from Seattle, Philip Stress, drove over the .'.istnct with H. A. Driggs and looked over a number of the coal mines. His visit to Grassy Lake was the j result of a cablegram from English who wanted expert- deavoring to interest capital there in the Grassv Lake mines and the visit of the engineer would indicate his mission is to be successful. Rome, May optimistic rumors of the Pope's health during the FULLY MODERN HOUSES on Cutbill St., just-south of Barracks, 13500. Balance monthly payments. ASQUITH LINDSEY 'REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL BROKERS. .FIRE INSURANCE. _ SQ7 BROWN BLOCK. PHONE 1183, that present week, it is an open secret thatj I the Pontiff is still suffering from anj Krudish capitalists at the present i unusually prolonged "attack of gout.' lime are partial to investments in j'l'he most recent attack is not like the the Canadian west and particularly {others from which Pius X. usually suf- as t.0 The extent of area in Southern Alberta and are pouring jfers- and instead of being localized, it land orosnccts for working the proper I millions-of dollars into the iatiects severaijoints in succession, in- seenrs very probable that Grassy i Lake-is to get a share of these in- 1 vestments and have the rich coal de- I posits that underlie the whole dis- trict developed on a large scale, ties on a large scale. Mr. Stoess was very favorably im- {i pressed with the quality of the coal, extent, of the field and thickness of the coal is believed will Another Good Cliance for Mr. Contractor. Lots 8-11, Bit. 122, on a small cash payment and the balance as your building loans are put through. We are the exclusive agents for this and can offer very attractive terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY .INSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK report favorably to the English syn-. which will mean much to the town. dicate. II. T. Cherry, who, with Mr. i Further information from will be eagerly looked for. London that the tends to de- velop an acute type and-become chron- ic. For the last five days the Pope has been unable to say Mass, and has not 'left his private apartment. All the, private audiences have -been held in this apartment, where the Pontiff sat in his easy chair. TV. The Cascaden Land Co. ROOM 3, MACDONALD P. O. BOX 445. BE SENSIBLE AND INVEST YOUR IVIONEY AT HOME. Here are some GOOD BUYS in City property- Lots 33, 34. 35, B. 93, ea. Terms. Lots 12, 13, B. .95, I'S'OO ea. handles, bal. arranged. Lets 36. 37, B. 122.. ea. Lots 39, 20. B.1 123, ea. One-third cash, 4 and S. Lots 40, 41, B. 124. ea. One-third cash, 3 and 6; Lots 23, 24, 25, B. -126, 3500 ea. One-third" cash, bal- ance 4 and 8 months.. Look over this list, again. BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. T t jj STEAM PLOW LANDS acres of first-class steam.plow land in. Township 6, Ranges 15 and 16, all in one blcts. This land will double in price in two years. acres of first-class land, raw and improved, in the Carmangay district. Three farms to trade for city property. Quarter section all in crop; 7 miles from town. Only per acre. Quarter section, 6C acres in crop, 51-2 mL town. Only per acre. Write for information in. regard to above. MAYOR'S RESIDENCE "SUPREME COURT ,r _ c In the Supreme "Court yesterdav af- baskatoon. May l.-One of the most ternoon, Justice Scott awarded James r The preliminary work in connection with the formation of a lodge of the important realty deals of the year was Lamb the sum of and costs in negotiated Saturday, when Ma.ror Commercial Travellers' Union here! James Clinkskill disposed of his hand- has been practically completed, and SOme residence and property on Snarl on- Saturday evening. May 20th, th'e-ina Crescent to the Dominion govorn- offlcers of the Calgary Lods'e will is understood that the here to organize the Lethbridge be used for militia There are now about forty travellers that an armory wail be erected in the very near future. The property is working, out of Lethbridge who have j of the most valuable I signified their intention to "join inew organization here, and all others {is 200 feet by 40 feet in dimension. libel action against Abridge Daily News. The action arose out of! the publication of an article reflecting j on Lamb, who had officiated as hang-j ac the execution of Wasil Choba-i tor, on January 14 last. Evidence was that.; the arti land i-n the :i he residential section of the city, and who are eligible .are requested to send in their names at once. The organization of a branch of the j The price paid was It is said that besides the armory, quarters for a district staff will be also erected Union of Commercial Travellers h8rejon the'ste marks a new step in the commercial growth of the city. This body of men can do a great work for any city, and rlie very fact that Lethbridge has an organization of this kind will do much i.o advertise the city as a commercial centre among the other cities of the West. It is understood that the Board of Trade will the members of ALBERTA'S AUTO NUMBERING LAW Edmonton. May have been .issued to enforce the auto num- bering act of the province. One thou- sand automobile owners are involved. The act provides that five-inch letters must be painted in black on the auto lamps, beside the regular numbers. iven. to show the statements that he was a drunkard, and had deserted his wife were untrue. W. C. Ives. counsel for the defend- ant, argued that if the article were a libel, the plaintiff had suffered from the fact that he was the hangman, ra- ther than from the publication of the I article. Justice Scott said that such articles should not be allowed to be published with that this one was a libel. W. M. HARRIS ROOM 1.' DOMJNl'ON BLK. PHONE 1367 MONEY to .loan, to rent, RENTS collected. HOUSES for sale. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Will trade inside prpp.erty for farm lands. House in North Ward for sale. will swing deal. Balance in three years. Modern house in River view, seven rpoms, will swing deal, easv terms. FARM all' descrip- tions and easy ternis. 40 lots in Alexandra Addi- tipn ranging froia to CROP REPORTS Al Calgary, May C. P. R. crop! reports published this morning from J. R. Palmer was counsel for Lamb. iai3 parts of the province, report fall: i wheat 10 be in J'ine condition and there! TORONTO BANK CLEARINGS no report of Damage by frost. The! Toronto. May clearings of j fall of snow during the past week in! WHILE THESE BARGAINS ARE HOT -Spur; tr2.cfv lots Street Spur. Excellent site for warehouse. Half section three miles from town. per acre. Terms. section 31-2 miles from town, within two miles of new Weyburn line. per acre. Easy terms. A good buy. Call and see some of my bargains in the Duff A-ddi- tion and North Ward. Great money makers in the Alexander Addition. Call and see me, as these prices are bound to advance. the Lethbridge Lodge, and the. officers j The owners of autos are kicking be-1 the banks of Toronto continue to ex-i most places has proved most bene- of ifie Calgary Lodge when they axeJ cause most lamps are only three inch- here installing the offi-j es. and five inch figures would paint cers. The meetings of The Lethbridge'out the light, entirely. The Edmonton Lodge will in all probability be held in [police started in today ro round up tee K. of P. hall on Saturday even-'delinquent owners, and have summon- ings. led about 25 of them. pand the amount for April, having In Southern Alberta the crop' 310 7th St. South Phone 363 EMPRESS'S HOARD Peking, May are persis- talled over sixteen million more nearly all in while in the reports that gold bars to the'val- a year ago. while for the four fifty per cent, is in the of six millions sterling, part the clearings were nearly With warm weather, which is now [late Dowager-Empress's hoard, have greater than in the corresponding: per-'coming in, germination should be very (been -shipped secretly to 'iod of 1910. Iranid. '.'Reuter. BILL FORBiDS GYPSY CAMPS Springfield, 111., May camps in Illinois are i.o be prohibited tinder a bill offered by George C. Hilton at the request of Father Cox of, Chicago. The bill, which was. referred' to the on miscellaneous subjects, prohibits "any camps for the purpose of carry- ing on the business trade commonly carried on by. gypsies or for the telling of fortunes, for compensation.' PUTS QUERY TO ROOSEVELT I Trenton, N. J., May a local newspaper a woman who does i nor disclose her name has addressed ja letter Co former President Roosevelt, i asking how she could care for four) children. She says she has two, her j husband earns a wer-k. and their i house rent, a month. She asks him why his daughter. Mrs. Long- worth hasn't any children. Ladies of the "Max Dill Co." at the Majestic Theatre Next Friday and Saturday With a Special Saturday Matmee ;