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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May THE LETHBRIDGE BAILT HERALD PageS. A SNAP Two splendid residential lots in Block K.y Louise Street. Price each J. R. Anderson, Manager R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 119i Ott Block We are offering a 1280 acre Improved farm, .2 1-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. THE 0. W. 0. T. LATHROP KERR CO. RESIDENT MANAGER LOANS SHERLOCK fr Your to get Life, Fire, Accident and Live Stock Insurance, Real Estate and ail kinds of Good, Safe, Sound Invest- ments from Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. THE DAY OF CHEAP LOTS WILL SOON BE PAST; BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO BUY; NOT THE LAST We have a choice bunch of lots on Fifth and Sixth Avenues North, in the line of the city's present and future growth, at the low price of each; terms to suit you. BUY NOW. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. NEARLY SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS RAISED IN FIRST DAY'S CANVAS Exact Amount Richardson Put his Publicity Advice in Terse Form at Board of Trade Meeting-Delegation May Wait on C P. R. Head Officials About Weyburn Line-Membership'-has Reached 422-Enthusiastic Meeting Why Pay Rent? When you can buy -North--Ward Lots, 25 ft. s 137 in., on water line, at cash, The special meeting of the Board of [Trade last night in St. Augustin's Hall while not so largely attended as might jhave been expected, on account, of counter attractions, was nevertheless, results that the Board has held for that policy, but do not bother ninety in raisjng-at least which.' with the details of the Board of Jrade. with the city grant.'would givevrhem Give him plenty of help in the way publicity fund of It is more a couple of stenographers, and he can'than probable that before they, ji'et. send out thousands of letters, they will raised; articles for the newspapers that popular" subscription, which willj one of the best meetings in the way of he printed all over the country. that the .city wilLhave to comej samples of the products exhibited at'through with'a like amount, making some time, and made up in fair here in August, and grand total of Mr. Down- what was lacking in numbers. -jwith the C. P. R. to get a car of thejer and .Mr. Dobbin expressed the same} FORCED SALE -Must be sold within ten days. Make us a spot otter. Quar- ter section adjoining the townaite of Burdett, Alta. Only BSven hundred feet from Main St. C.P.R. big gas pipe line to run through this property. acres 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 deep, rented at per month, will rent by September 1st, on one of best business corners in Bow Island. Alta. New pool rpom building 24 feet by 60 feet, rented at per month. This property is situated on Broadway only one block from depot. Make us an offer. Lot 7 in Block 13, choice business lot, listed with us at Lots S, 9 anJ -10 ir. Block 10. choicest residential site in Bow Island, listed at GetRich Bow Island will be the greatest natural gas distributingtewitre In ;.he world. 20 gas wells, with a-flow o? over one hundred million ;ubic feet a day. Buy Bow Island property right now for it -wifl surely value before .Sept. 1st. For full particulars and prices of property, write. Hoaglin Investment Co. BOW ISLAND, ALTA. The main object of the meeting was to cement the work that has been ac- exhibits for special advertising of this j opinions as Mr. Tinning, white Ald.j section. Invite the press from all said he was-proud to belong to coraplished by Tom Richardson duringjer Canada to come to your fair. Getjan organization which had shown this the week he has been in the city. And speakers for the exhibition, a differ-1spirit. there is no doubt whatever that the eut one every day. Help to get the) meeting did accomplish this park-in shape before the exhibi-i and put the work of the Board in ex-jtion coines off. Continue your An Old Booster Speaks acquainted'' trips. In connection with! Mr Johnston of Canary was nres- and widely experienced Board i of Trade member in the East, was call- your leaflets, have them put m every ed upon to make ft few Temarks He cellent shape for ihe executive to car- ry on. It has been, as one member termed it ,a week of evangelism among envelope you have as a part of the yerv speech con- the Board of Trade workers, and there .'envelope, and-then there no Lethbridge Board of is every reason to believe that thejchance of forgetting it. Let Trade on its splendid-organization He 'fruits of their labors will be increased j member and every citizen make it gajd of tfae and continued prosperity for the city duty to send in to the secretary every in Halifax Another Good Chance for Mr. Contractor. Lota 3-11. Blk. 122, on a cash payment aad 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 of LetMmdge and the tributary dis- trict. In the absence of the president, G. AJ. Hatch, on account of illness, the meeting was presided over by Vice- president E .A. Cunningham, who, in opening the meeting, called upon Sec- retary Manwaring to give a brief re- sume .of the work that had been ac- complished by Mr. Richardson while here. Mr. as Ottawa member, special advertising for each ofiMr' 'C- A- Masrath, is a Lethbridge cit- you will induce others to locate here. Make your patriotism local. National! patriotism is a good thing, but and gave an admirable summing up of of the two Letbbrldgej the different matters that the Leth- bridge Board of Trade would -be re- quired to deal with to make their ex- cellent start bear fruit. "When 1 knew that I was coming to'Canada, I went to New York; and thence to Lethbridge over the Canadian line in order that might the better acquaint' myself with some of the prevailing conditions peculiar to'this country. I was struck 'rom the very first with-the admirable character of the people, who, I must say, are very polite and considerate. On arriving at Lethbridge, we had one Not Medicine Hat Following up the suggestion made y J. N. Ritchie, at the luncheon yes- andas a redistribution will the world, the kind that will appeal to! the Yankee farmer, and the kind that place-before the next general will invite the-mecaanic'of-ihe the name of this riding be Isles or the Eastern manufacturer, Medicine Hat to Left- 'bridge, the following resolution was L-thbridge Beats Toronto adopted: "Resolved, That, "Don't forget to let the people alljthe Secretary be instructed to write! over the' continent 'know that while j Mr. 'Magrath at Ottawa lo ascertain] Toronto has two hundred members oni-his opinion as to the.pest means to be; Deputy Speaker of Commonwealth Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are onermg ior sale the cheapest lots on-tite-market i U each situated north of the trade The Alberta Ry; and Irrigation Co. AUSTRALIAN her Board of Trade, Lethbridge has adopted to have the name of the pres- four hundred and twenty-two, and hasjent 'Medicine Hat constituency chang- not stopped yet. of the most remarkable opening meet-, the out-of-town exhibitors at the fair. Ings that it has ever been my privilege! It will ,be a courtesy to them.- and will mean a lot to the city. Advertise j to address, and it was 'a tribute to the city that so many representative men. from outside towns came such to attend. I was-brought] of here to show the public what might be reaching the people of Give a dinner for.ed to read Lethbridge constituency." A Final Effort The matter of trying to force the "Parliament en Route to England Montreal, May Hon. A. .Poynton, the deputy speaker of the] House of Representatives In the Corn- through vour local Overseas, S. 0. p- take some 'mediate of Australia, is here .en and Caledonian societies. Thev in ,the Leth-route to Great Britain. Mr. Poynton for l bridge-Weyburn line from this end is an ardent support of Hon. Andrew hithis summer came up again. The spec Fisher, prime .minister of Australia, Britih the BntisH accomplished in the way of advertis- ing Lethbridge, and'building-up a city through the medium of your Board, and the. members have not a stone unturned in helping along the work. I Country may say it is very gratifying to me to see the spontaneous response' of j the appeal of the finance committee for funds, without which the Tvork can not he continued. The people have shown that they have confidence in the money that will be spent for publicity will you many fold. The country is here. Get the population, and thus make the best use of it. I our trip to Carmangay that your methods of agriculture are improved and up to Isles. Right here, I wish to congratu- late the Chief of Police for the splen- specj ial committee delegated at the lastlwh'o as the head of the labor party, general meeting of ths Board to 42 seats in the lower house did work that he has been doing foria resolution, to this company calling! out of a total of 75, and 23 .in the Lethbridge. writing articles for to ihe dire, necessity senate out of a total- senatorial repre- Countrv newspapers. His fiftv-wordiof this construction under way jsentation of 36 members. The deputy at the luncheon the other davlat once' their, resolution. A j speaker thinks that the time may come 'great deal of discussion followed the issue will be fought'out reading- of the resolution, and it wasjtween the advanced aud the constitu- pneral fes'ing the meeting atjtidiial wings of the labor party. While j ised will in d''" >not requirements j he says, is .being ac-jj istronsrlv enouch. and would nnr li cordiallv hv thp- nennlA stl cordially by the people ;at was the .best I have iieard in ff be out bridge. The only thing you need now is the money. You that fact, if adverti invite people to come. An active, push ing wide-awake town, attracts thJthe desired large, Hon. Mr. Poynton admits that new-comer. These, gentlemen was received and filed, and the central government at times is hrieflv, the suggestions I would offer> motion Messrs- ind; hampered .by the extreme "states and from other cmesiBawden was carried iojrights" policy adopted at the time of not'a -bit -better than LefchbridW I the etfect that the be referredithe union. The American- plan was know that they will work out to ac__to_ the Board. the ?6W complish the greatly-desired Greater date, and when you get the people on the land to put the whole -availablej area under cultivation there will he absolutely no trouble to get the peo- Lethbridge.'" On motion by Messrs. Rafton Can- that they be err powered ;to gather all (Australian constitution rather than data of a spacific nature which., could that chosen by the far.her of the Can- be used to show clearly to the C. P. Confederation, the various states !the many important reasons why so jealous of their autonomy j Letbbridge-iWeyburn line should they had to be handled very care- commenced at once, and at least when the new constitution was Premier Fisher, Sen- this summer, and if the executive'aior Pearce and Hon. E. L. Batch el or, the su form, and printed, so that each mem-j miles constructed from the Lethbridge being prepared. wj thought best they couli appoint a del- j who will come by way of-Canada, will pie and the factories in your cities." Then in order to put the Board on a {her might have a copy, and the su position to handle the work before jgestion was also made that, if .them, SfspS to Montreal and wait up-jcliscuss with Sir Wilfrid -Laurier. iS-ims finsarestions ..e r loug. t i !On the C.- P. R. authorities for. this pur-j should the latter be-unable to go to pose. This was thought to be the one j London, several matters of mutual in- best way of bringing the matter forc-jterest to Canada, A-astralia and the as good as any: help your secretary, clipping of a very interesting nature, I would advise you r.o get him an as sistant. Continue your weekly ;out. STRIKE WHJLE THESE BARGAINS ARE HOT Spur track loti en Smith Street Spur. Excellent site for warehouse. Half section fcaree miles from town. per acre. Terms. Half section I 1-2 from town, within two of new Weybura. line. per acre. Easy terms. A good boy. Call and some of my barimius in the l5ulf Addi- tion and Great money makers is tkfi Alexander Addition. Call and see me, as prices are bound to 310 7th St. South Phone 363 ALL ITS POLKDE FOftCE Collingwood, which told of the" remarkable returns to notice' and 5t is altogeth-J empire as a whole, amongst, another'police force of '.some 200 cities of the TJnited States ier tlm the PIan wil1 be carried j certain measures of reciprocity for tnejr mnnux-