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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 3? A SNAP Two splendid residential lots in Block K., Louise Street. Price each A j. R. Anderson, Manager Bill Passed the Committee Stage Practically Unamended London, May Parliament Bill, known also as the veto bill, for the curtailment, ol' the powers of the 'louse of Lord, yesterday passed the for finding the'most committee stage in tec House of Com- beans, and J. Bryan receiver! boobv practically without amendment, prize for the least number, which was SUNDSAL Sundial. April services were well attended on Sun- day, and Rev. MacComb will conduct HAPPENINGS meeting was held Thursday Rf. the 30.__The aml A- at 'Lone Star. Rev. P. Neville, from Car- rnangay, presided. This field includes Lone Rolling Green, Sunny-Kill and Rose Plain and wa.s fairly well represented by each district. Miss Lois McKenzie of Lethbridge, is visiting ..Miss E. L. Cook, at the home of Mrs. Finders. services again on May 7. All are cor- dially invited The entertainment given in the Kas- imer school house was a marked suc- cess. There were recitations and rendered -by different people, and there was also a bean hunt, for winch Miss Alice Williams and Jim Cutler amid scenes of great enthusiasm. The refusal of Mr. Balfotir, leader of the Opposition, to vote against the preamble to the veto bill, removed J. Seager, and Vernon and Mrs. Winkler, spent, a few days in Leth- bridge this week on business. J. W. Gilbert was a business caller at Mr. Myers Frkiay. Scott Williams visited at Thompson! Wright visited at Mrs. Ociden's Wed- jn Bowville, from Saturday until Tues- oesdo'-v- Mrs. ..L Sperger and Mrs. J. Hooper Why Pay Rent? When you can buy North Ward Lots, 25 ft. x .137 ft. 6'in., on water line, at .cash, monthly. any danger that might have been ap- j Bert Dunn made a business trip toj visited.-.at Friday, prehended from the revolt, of the on Tuesday. i The Ladies" Aid rr.et with Mrs. Wink- borites against the preamble and this; Quite a "surprise was on the'lev last .Wednesday, ten members be- portion of the measure, the considera-! Sundial people last week when present, one new member, tion of which was regarded as the j news reached us that Miss Ella Ander-l Mrs. Martin Anderson. Rolling Green most critical test for the son, of. Sundial, and Johnny C. Coin-He, has ROY.- seventeen members, j proved easiest to carry. !0f Bowville, were united in the holy Mrs. Finders and. Mrs. Gilbert called The Unionist opposition to the bill I bonds of matrimony at Lethbridge on [on Mrs. Haokett, Mrs.-J-loni and Mrs. j almost vanished. In place of him- {April 15. The Sundial people join the jJ. Hill, Tuesday. I dreds of amendments, which threaten-; correspondent in wishing them long! Miss E. L. Cook-spent Friday even-j ed to delay the proceedings in happy wedded life. And may the ing at Mr. and .Mrs. Popkc's. committee stage only a few important j sun shine always. Must be sold within ten days. Make us a spot cash offer. Quar- ter section adjoining the townsite of Burdett, Alta. Only seven hundred feet from Main St. C.P.R. big gas pipe line to run through this property. 30 under cultivation; good house and 4-wire fence on the property. Sub-divide 10 acres of this land Into town lots and it will sell for ten thousand dollars. New store building, 74 feet frontage, 60 feet deep, rented at per month, will rent for by September 1st, on one of best, business corners in -'Bow Island, Alta. t New pool room building 24 feet by 60 feet, rented at per month. This property is situated on Broadway only one block froin iepot. Make us an offer. Lot 7 in Block 13. choice business lot, listed with us at Lots 8, 9 and 10 in Block 10, choicest residential site In Bow Island, listed at 5400.00. Get Rich Bow island will be the greatest natural gas distributing centre in .'he world. 20 gas wells with a flow of over one hundred million :ubic feet a day. Buy Bow Island property right now for it surely double in value before Sept. 1st. For full particulars and prices of property, write. Hoaglin Investment Co. SOW ISLAND, ALTA. Jones, mainly in the direction, of urging Miss Lizzie Thwaites and Miss Pearl Mrs. Grover Lockhart spent a day with Airs. J. Odden. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott BSock We are offering a 12SO acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from'growing town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATKROP RESIDENT MANAGER to his residence and is improv- ing" things 5u general. Mr. and Mrs. Hon: visited at Mr. and Sirs. Hem pel's i-ast week. Mrs. James Hooper was in Taber last week on business in connection with the Ladies' Aid here. joint sittings or a conference of and Mrs. Howard Johnny Kennel has "built an addi- two houses in cases' of .disagreement j were out collecting for the might be moved in the report stage of j last week. the bill, which is expected to occupy! Thorburn is spending a few only.two or three days next week. jdays in with his friend. Dr. An amendment that the preamble be'Rusk. eliminated, moved by George Nicoll i The people in Kasimer district Barnes, the labor leader, who ascribed iare thinking seriously of organizing that portion of the bill as inconsistent Jan Epworth .League. We wish them with all the pledges and tenets of the''success, as they have had in any of labor party, was defeated by 2lS to 47.! their undertakings so far. After the application of-the closure! Messrs. W. Dean. Hydlands. Sheri- and the rejection of another amend-1 dan, Moer and Bolen Lethbridge ment without division, Mr. Balfour j callers last week. said that he regarded the preamble as The new tenders for a new mail car-j "indefinite and but he wish- ed to see the government carry it out. He hated some of it, but liked another LOST LAKE NEWS Ali the farmers around Lost Lake are busy seeding: just now. and W. and Fred Martin have seeded 175 acres al- ff i -TWO FULLY MODERN HOUSES on CiHbili just south of' Barracks, 13500. cash. Balance monthly payments. ASQUITH LINDSEY REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Mrs. A. C ..Taycock has left Lost ner are out, and hope we will succeed Lake for Lethbridge, and expects to m getting; a driver soon. Letuni ia few months_ Mr. Engen made a trip to Lethbridge Our f_; Amidst loud ministerial cheers, the in Lethbridge on Mondoy. preamble was then agreed to without Dr. D. Woodcock has purchased an- division. On motion that the bill driving team from Mr. Arrow- amended be reported, the division challenged and the motion carried 265 Tne Sundial school opened on Mon- to 147. The House then adjourned, the j day, with a fair attendance, and Clar- govermneni. supporters giving vent tojence Elliott as teacher Carl Bergman was a business caller witll Mm a btmch of caule'for w. L. S07 BROWN BLOCK. PHONE 1183.. the wildest enthusiasm. iJohnson. One of our well .known bachelors, L. Tenonson, is leaving search A. Goodine is going to buUd anoth- er addition to his shack. Bert Park- er has arirved back on his claim, andj FROM TORONTO TO YAMMER! we are sorry to say he did not his wife back. Rev. MacComb held a service here at Mrs. A. D. Jaycock's, and we are also glad to say he has found his pony, and his walking trips are over for a Another Good Chance for Mr. Contractor. Lots-8-ll, Blk. 122, on a small cash .payraent and the balance as your buHding loans 'are put through. We are 'the; exclusive- agents for this and can offer very attractive terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY 1. Putting in Splend- 7 Service to the Coast j Mrs.'-C. F. Oseen arid children were! jRosemead callers on Wednesday. j r Louis''Knutson''touii his brother ;Thomas to his homestead near Sweet (Valley on Monday, rtsturnins: on Tues- Miss Mauda Engen spent ihe week Jin Letlibridge visiting atfthe home WG have 'been having some fine wea HiCKS, _. jther aroaad :.Ijss S .Engeu and Mr., B. Dunn! w_ ,Manin has bgen appointed poimd called on B. G. Dunn on Sunday. of tfais district The Fianagin Bros, nave completed __: Y job of break-ins i'or C. E. In- j gram, and are now busy breaking in i SWEET VALLEY NEWS Circle field Sweet April, Ban-i G. T. Hangen is rapidly from .North Dakota, is visiting [after a severe attack of pneumonia. I r j Miss Bernice Williams had the mis-Jwe_e. fortune of falling off a horse last weekj and sustained a bruised shoulder. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co Are offermg f. or sale L tke cheapest lots on tke market eac situated north of tt.s track The Alberto Ry. and Irrigation Co. j her daughter, Mrs. Seabeck, for a few j much to the satisfaction; of his friends., the; evening of the- twenty-first there was a very pleasant dance at rr..nj. _ It" is rumored that Dan Cupid has busy along the Little Bow. We the home of Bert Warrea. It was for The ball team of Sweet Valley has j the benefit'pi the baseball nine, reorganized for the season. They, The Misses Leona and Lilian .Kane gave an opening dance on the after a term at the Calgary INSURANCE [will, ,after June 4, be able to -travel'tear'that V, which was attended by a fairly good crowd. Thev will another on LOANS- SHERLOCK h city-direct to Vancouver by Decently a through Canadian Pacific Normal schnoi. R. C. Moss has been appointed com i service under Consideration, as under !and Thev .will likelv reside ROSEMEAD T1T-3ITS omestead Inspector Simmons some of his a busy night last Wednesday ati urday and air_ ganders, acted as views- Jlr- made a'Rosemead proving upa few of our lo- be fully up to the standard of the and G w fmed the-hit his also Mr- Short and'cai homesteaders. Among those put- mous C.'-P. R. Imp-erial Limited. as chairman" debate Holclen- Bertha Shirley gave ajting in proof were: T. Archambio, C. is probable that some of the luxurious j Resolved that horses are more use- Af ter- the entertainment j Weist, M. and T. Wil- "ftw compartment sleeping cars a.ndjfm Than 'cowsi_ T1ig horses won by 'coffee and cake were served til! all re- i Hams. j The dauce held at Ellismere lastj and Dan McPherson and evening was well attended, con W. M. HARRIS ROOM 1, DOMINION BLK. PHONE 1367 MONEY to loan, HOUSES to rent, RENTS collected, HOUSES lor sale. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT- INSURANCE; j Will trade inside property 7 for farm lands. House in. North Ward for sale. ?200 will deaL Balance in three years. Modem house seven rooms. S500 will deal, easy terms.. FARM LANDS, all descrip- tions and-easy terms. 40 lots in Alexauidra Addi- tion ranging from flOG new compartment sleeping cars a.ndjful than cows. The horses bv 3 [coffee compartment library observation and tft hay. which_the company now building The Question-fori at their Angus shops m Montreal, will iWm. I at their Angus shops in Montreal, will be included in the train. This change in the Toronto-Winni- peg-Vancouver service will be accom-i next meeting is: Resolved that coun-'- try life is more desirable than cityi life. Miss S. En sen the le-'d0'- on the' have returned to Nanlsidering the short time of notice which 'on for a short stoy- "lveatner continues cold, and was only three .days. About forty werej present, the music and floor were fine, Q jnoTam j I U.JJU. VV .1 U.L11 panied oy other changes in the Mon-jand Geo Andrews. The affirmativeianv s0011 to sprout lhe wheat A J-S.P A T> xs. mi----I i i r__ i______________i _ t__ i threatens snow or rain. It can't comeiand it. is reported one of the best..lo-i end of the C. P. R. line. is Miss Lizzie her! Mr' Bannister has moved his break [Imperial Limiteci from Montreal will __ 'imv rmtfit in tho x'niiiax- hroatiiio as usual run straight through to the [coast, but the Atlantic and Pacific! helpers are unknown, to the