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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May fi, 1911. THE LETHBRIDGE-DAILY HERALD A SNAP Two splendid residential lots in Block K., Louise Street. Price each F. C. Lowes J. R. Anderson, Manager R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott Block' 0. T. LATH HOP 1L RESIDENT MANAGER LOANS 4HERLOCK ity to get Life, Fire, Accident and Live Stock Insurance, Real Estate and all kinds of Good, Safe, Sound Invest- ments from Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. A Thunderer Man in the City (Continued from Front Page.) Why Pay Rent? When you can buy North. Ward Lots, 25 ft. i 137 ft, 6-in., on water line, at cash, monthly. We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, i 2 1-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water, at 16 tett; one mile to coal mine; grood soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. THE 0. W. KERR CO. When Mr. Fieldcn was leaving; Lon- don for his Canadian tour, one of the last men with whom lie shook hands was tiie late Mr. Moberly I3cll, edi- tor-in-chief of the Times. "He died with his pen in his hand, I have said Mr. Fielden last night. "Mr. Moberly Bell -was one of the kindest and most lovable men that God ever created. 1-1 c was the greatest editorial writer in the world. "He was a manwit-b a tremendous continued Mr. Feilden. "K'e was at times very austere, but always, whether in or out of humor, very polite. He was much-loved by those about who were his subordin- ates. Tie was a witty man, epigram- matic, terse and at times sharp, but withal of a most kindly disposition. Mr. Moberly Bell did more good by stealth than any man I ever met. Mr. Fielden's appointment on the was made by Mir. Bell. "He told said Mr. Feilden, 'if you NORTH WEST SCRIP The New Frank Sanitarium Hotel (By a Special Correspondent London Chronicle.) Monte Carlo, April innovation, as it transforms the Principality into a constitutional; state. As for ihe laws of the the make good, Feilden, you will double Imiscroscopic States in European Con- cert, more minute even than the Re- public of San Marino, or the Valley of Audora, the Principality Of Monaco holds a record: geographically it is the smallest State in Europe. Yet it is universally famous and ev- ery year is visited by foreigu- Apart from its special renown, the Principality of Monaco offers to the impartial observer some interesting facts, and is worthy of .being studied they are, with the exception of certain details, the French laws, inspired -by' the same generous principles, and' granting the same liberties. j Such is the political organization of' the Principality. Its economic organ-! izatioa is most peculiar. i Monaco practically has neither ag-j riculture nor industry. Fifty-one' years ago the country was almost solitude. A. few' hundreds of fisher-j men lived miserably on the Monte Carlo did not exist, or rather! nothing but a tangled growth of! We hare a. -house with furnace and sewer connections for 11750, payable cath, and 125 pe-r month until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY in six months.' If I could not make good as the advertising manager of the engineering section of the paper, I knew very well from iiis tone of voice that I would learn of it in a very little time and that there would be little humbug." Wall Made Firm By Time ".There was ffne, particularly great room- in the office, fully as. large as this said Mr. Feilden. "Lord Northclifie thought that its area was too the single room took up too much space. So it was decid- ed to divide it in four. "The walls of that room were fully IS inches he continued, "and it was necessary, in bringing about the new ar.rangeir.ent, to cut an arch in one side. It was so difficult for the workmen to chisel out that arch that the contractors- lost money on i regard to the position occupied by the the work. Of course, the bricks were [Principality on the Mediterranean put in a good hundred years ago, would not be without real his son. M. Camille Blanc, under for more reason than one. The press j shrubs and with a few pines is writing lust now about a persistent land olive trees. Who. then, first conflict between ihe Prince of Men- gave life, and then, wealth, to this sav-j aco and those whom one is pleased j age country, which seemed vowed toj to consider his most prosperous The Societe des Baine de' jecis. It is explained to us why otherwise called., the Casino.1 new Constitution formulated by his v.-hich M. Francois Blanc bought on Serene Highness under ihe pressure March 31, 186-3, for the sum of public opinion has not satisfied the francs from the Scciete Lefebre, people of'Monaco, and we are allowed jand which he re-formed on grandiose to see certain eventualities which, in foundations. However one may grieve or-rejoice, there is the brutal' fact, i To -M. Francois Blanc succeeded, in' no doubt the process of time had hardened them. It was a, very sub- stantial wall. The masons do not build the like in these davs." An Extraordinary History direction ihe business has con-' tinned to prosper. Does anyone want! Afc tlle pressnt the I tSociete des Bains de On April the 22nd the returns from 'the Canadian Government showed there were 1122 South African Veteran's Land Warrants unJocated. During the week, April 15th to 22nd, thirtyreight certifi- cates -were Homesteaded so that If there is no increase in tha rate of demand the risible supply should be exhausted in five months. But all the scrips that have not accounted for not available for purchase. Therefore, there is prospect of an early and sub- stantial advance in price. We are selling at market qtiotmttous and cau promise immediate deliveries uf> to siz scrip. Wire or ad- dress: The Homestead Realty Ocnwpaay, Chartes Building, 114 Jams Street, Toronto. FORCED SALE Must be sold within ten days. Make UB a spot cash otter. ter section adjoining the townsite of Burdett, Alta. Only hundred feet from Main St C.PJt..big gas pipe run through this property. 30 acres "under caltiratton; good house and fence on the property. Sab-divide 10 acres of this laad into town lots and it will sell lor ten thousand dollars. New store building, 74 feet -frontage, 60 feet deep, rented at 560.00 per month, will rent for by September 1st, on one of best fcoeiness corners in. Bow Alta. New pool room building 24- feet by rented at month. This property Is situated on' Broadway only one block from iepot, Make us an offer. Lot 1 in Block IS, cbtojco lot, listed with us Et Lots S, 3 and 10 So. Block 10, choicest residential site in. Bow [eland, listed at Get Rich Bo-w Island will be the greatest natural the world. 20 gas wells with, a flow over one hundred million. cubic feet a day. Buy 3ow Island property right now for It -will surely double in value before Sept. Jjrt. For full particulars and prices of -'property, -write. Hoaglin Investment Co. SOW ISLAND, ALTA, Monaco is an independent Principal- ity, whose actual head Albert I i? tsociete des Bains de Her) is'public festivals and dramatic perform- Mr. Theo. Feilden was verv inter- Norman family Oi sum of 375 Qnite recently it Matignons, grafted, in the eighteenth) os fire-brigade. oid Genoese stock i But that is not all. Grouped around r -'the "-ambl'mr Firm "re h-n f f i these are only its chief chapter of events, indeed, this history I tastic architecture, the There are others only half ested in the staunch old wall, 'on the chiseling of which the contractors had lost money, because his desk, when he is at home, situated with- in its confines. Mr. Feilden said, "had made ihe wall very firm and hard to dint." The passing of years has work ed a similar condition in the stand- ing of that great publication, one of the departments'of-which is directed from Mr, Feilden's office: of a race of Italian corsairs, bold -and snops, and the villas. The Grand Ho- avowed, but still taxing the 'budget of Paris, which -belongs to the S.'the Casino; subsidies to the police of represents a value of more than the" Principality, and an 'allowance for cunning, planting- its feet in the ale Ages, on this fortress of Monaco, j little by little, and a-t first uncertain- million francs; the- Hermitage and! distribution one may guess the ob- on these few rocks, hunt- ed, or humiliated, turn by turn, by.the the Metropole, nm by: an'English com-hect of to the. press, ex- pany, are estimated at 4- a million francs; subsidies to After 130' years of rough and calm, _ __1 i.tinally, Genoese, the 'Spaniards, and the j Tue total value.-of the works and. to. companies. French, raising'i'ts head with property million' francs, andj Ii order to safe- lence when fortune favored, or other property HO million power, absorbs nearly every cringing in adverse- times, French hold the of monopoly, and has only disdained but whether stonr, or sunshine, never missing an issue, the vative, correct, the first auiong the newspapers of the world. And now the London Times .is tackling a proposition t-hat it has never tackled before and which, has great lords at thefts wealth (about 150 millions of Court ji France, protected by thejtrancs) against 30 millions held by King, and Sovereign princes. Their Monacoans, and 15 millions by 'luck was equal to their cleverness, j Italians. The rest, perhaps 67 million and never abandoned tnem thro ugh- j francs, are divided among other for- out all the vicissitudes of their and limited companies, tory. It continued still in the nine-1 TQe personal fortune of the Prince, teenth century, when Charless HI. followed the same increasing pro- succeeded by diplomatic tenacity injsress. Formerly the Princes of Mon- never been undertaken bv any other rri, newspaper. The Times is printing au j his sovereignty 'lor the space of 20 years grfia statcs of recognized aco were so poor that in order to live v most of they had to grind down their unfor- So well, innate subjects bytaxes. The Caalno __ I L .J tLLt: VJ OU CJIj f- Vj ,_-i -M. v Empire nuraoer, and Mr. weilden is'in mdeed >tliai Uig successor reigns_or iiiss made them enormously rich. An Canada superintending the Canadian I at least reigned until'recent annual share of the gambling profits end of this Imperial edition. The Empire number of the -with absolute autocraev over a realm j (aad this amounted Times of '150 that is to say, over a Pie, to special in- tiemnities, which figure out at tvill be the biggest thing ever at- j smaller territory than the smallest tempted in that line in Britain. It i commune in France. j of millions of francs in order co obtain W contain one hundred pages, the! This successor. Albert I., enjoys a of the concession, full size' of the regular dailv issue .of certain notoriety which he owes less mbuta t0 the SLSady Stre2m into the those which did not appear 10 be im- mediately useful to its objects, orj which; from one cause or another, have escaped its clutches, snch as electricity, tramways, markets, and! the Mont de Picte, or pawnshop. j To sum up the whole matter, the1 Prince of Monaco reigns. It is the S.j B.M. which governs. j And the people of Monaco? It ap-j pears that they ought to 'be -perfectly j nappy in a country where .the Casino i nas. taken such scrupulous care ofj j their well-being. What do they lack, i indeed? All the public service is snp-j ported without any cost to them. En-j WHILE THESE BARGAINS ARE HOT Spur track lots on 'Smith, Street Spur. Excellent site lor iniles acre, per the .Times. Its circulation will be at to his princely quality than to least a quarter of a million and spe- studies, his scientific expcdi-! u" cial efforts are beinc made bv Lorditions' and Uls foundation of the Ocean jaearly 6L 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; terma to suit you. BUT NOW. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. -'ographic Museum at Monaco, and of jtbe Oceanographic Institute in Paris. _ j But his people are less known, hands 01 the people ot Britain who' re are verv few of them_ Tbe in Northclifie, who no- controls Times, to get the issue into The Real .Government onnous sums have been expended; the; upon LS it not of t their wages from the S.B.M. And! (to that company, directly or indirectly j are due their fortunes and the pros-! periiy OL their country. Better Ilalf section from town. Terms. Halt section 3 1-2.: miles from town, two miles of new Weyburn line. 925 per acre. Easy terms. A good buy. Call and see some of iny bargains In the Dult Addi- tion and North Ward. Great money makars in the Alexander Addition. .and see ice, ai '-these prices are bound to advance. ffl fcl 310 7th St. Phone 363 VICTIMS OF THE PLAGUE Amoy, China, May There is nothing astonishing about this if one reflects that the Casino, onJservice- (one side, shews a yearly balance ofjlnSiR 2y do not pay taxes, arous- ie enw of all .here are most likely to be interested in Of'Monaco at the 1-st Slde' sllcws a yearly balance UIia "T T the airaJr. of the dominions beyond of S t m i-. the seas. The Tic.es appeals especi- j inhabitants, including foreign-1ottter- 1R fnr imposts, ally to the people with, money .to in-jers f among whom were Italians.: _ rest and the issue is expected French, nn" 'r-earl3r ai] tne exp( s from smallpox have occurred the two everything is for the good of ihe S.B.M. subsidizes Nevertheless, the people of Monaco! penses or public order'are not happy. Privileged more in ap-j _. ART DIRECTOR DEAD May Cooley lT.es, authoritative. Butter will not stick to a knife used to cut it if a piece of oiJed paper be wet and folded over the blade. W. M, HARRIS ROOM 1, DOMINION BLK. PHONE 1367 'MONEY to loan, HOUSES to rent, RENTS collected. .HOUSES for sale. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE. inside property farm lands. Ward for aale. will swing deal. Balance in three years. Modern house in RivervieTr, seven rooms, J500 will swing deal, easy termg. FARM LANDS, all descrip- tions and easy terms. 40 lots in Alexandra Addi- tion ranging .from ?100 to Fire, Plate Glass. Burglary, Automobile. Employers' Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. Asquith Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 7183 P.O. Drawsr 3091 What. who Until the pre sent year the power of the Prince was in theory, absolute. Prince Albert would Kuropo. His ordinances were reme lex." As a. matter of fact, one of theiri respon- country, to point out reforms which! for many should be realized, and abuses which! esteem-1 tabllshed. of man-; claim admin- there is a Finnish or a Polish one. then, is this f1' Uie harf n t which so disnleases those who buraens, whica it does not hesi-jshould -De supnressed: to put on foot chipflv concerned in it? to because it thus se- j a programme of public works, to beau- Shsriock St. BEAUTIFUL HOUSE FOR SALE- buys a beautiful 9 room house: full concrete eel- iSGl i'cnrcs dominion fear of rivalrvj t.ify and modernize the Principality ac-i i I i, __. "v tuin t'SJ.- ;Jn return lor this suzerain power itjcording to tneir Laste. Finally. 50'feet 150 feet; close er_ has allowed its obligations to accain-jarc 'bold enough to it isjty. Reasonable terms, assuming mon- have been the last autocrat, in, inlate. t.lus administratiori aloneJT.O their reforms, aigage> 'since its general monopoly embracesiniore liberal regime, a more Justice fop Portugal, who may doiibr whether the majority of the constitution were devoted to this the- But. to the new Constitution whid) nas been drawn up by French law- yers, and promulgated hardly three months ngo, has profoundly modified t.'nc old order of things. The New Administration Henceforth, a Minister of Str.te, as-j sisted by a Council of three members. is at. the head of the government. As for Ihe legislative power, it is held hy a Prince and a National Council of L'liS8 a" variety the .of private monop-j system of Service of water- education. The saUsfym are not CITY DEPT. j cleansing, heating and snniiation. Tt. They claim their rights, holding, in- !s responsible for' lighting, thf upkeep liberty, independence, dig- of the roads, and gardens. Itjnity, self-respect and esteem are pos-j taker; charge of t.ho organization not without value. THE prepared a bill to separate Church and State 'members mirage. elected by direct universal! That, then, is the most im-l of Mining MKO SCIKXCF. ONT. Srhrmi anrl Prcrfltaiy. Mining ami anrt Chemlrnl EnKin CJvJJ Dowsley-Malhern Land Co. [Successors to The Dowsley-McMifTan Land Co. Phone 54.4 ;