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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta tr 1911. THE LETHBMBGE DAILY HERALB Page 3. The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond City-135 acres broken- A 1 per acre this week only F. G. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Jllo LAflflL BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. We. are offering a 12Sa acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in'crop, d-2.crop included; 4 miles new fence; water, at one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and right THE O. T. LATHROP, 0. W...KERR CO. RESIDENT MANAGER CAMPAIGN That a meeting of the ladies of the city be called for next Saturday: aftei-- noon at four o'clock at' St. Augustin's Hall for the purpose" of organizing "'a Ladies' Auxiliary to the Board s' Trade, was the substance of the wo- men's meeting addressed by Tom Richardson Jast night. There'was on- ly a small in attendance at the jmeeting. so that nothing more than a start could be made. Vice-president E. A. Cunningham presided at the meeting, and called on Mr. Richardson for an address, explain ing to the ladies what relation their organization would bear to the Board of Trade, and what work might be ex- pected from them. T.he speaker said that there might be a feeling among the ladies that they were being asked to undertake something entirely out of their line, but he to impress upon them that there was nothing un- usual in their obligations to the pub- lic in this movement. It is only nat- ural that the ladies of the city take an intercut in the work that is being done by way ol making the city a bet- ter place to reside in. He laid partic- ular stress on what the women might do towards" pushing along the move- ment for diversified farming. They can meet and entertain the lady ex- hibitors at the exhibition next August, find out what they raise in their gar- dens and how they raise it. The wo- men of Alberta, have a special mission High For GIN PILLS SMITHVJI.I.K, Oat. "I suffered for three years with a Pulz In My Ittclc.' Jain now taking GIN and fiiida relief After taking only otic box." W. j. BALUW1N. Is it ?aiy wonder that we sell GIN PILLS with HU iron-clad guarantee of money back if they foil to relief? We kiiow that GIN PILLS will stop the re the Kidney Trouble DISTRICT NEWS autl cure every and Rheumatism. GIN PIlXS have cured thousands o cases of Kidney Trouble as hopeless. don that NEWS FROM, CARMANGAY Carraangay. -May .1. F. Sny- der has changed tin; name of his store from the Pioneer to Farmers' and is going "to move into much more commodious premises iu the Benjamin. Building. The nexv store will be fitted up in first class styJe. The Imperial Oil Co.. who are going to erect steel oil tanks here, have also appointed Mr. Snyder their agent for district. Owing to'being held up for supplies, were j the work on the C. P. R. bridge, which is almost completed, .bits had to be don't to buv GIN PILLS j stopped .for a bit. -Whenever the ma-! find out terial comes, to hand it should only bej paper, and we will scud you a sample box free. Then, if "you arc unable to get the regular size boxes at your dealer's, write us, and we will supply you at the retail a box, 6 for GIN PILLS are made and guaranteed by the largest wholesale drug house in. the British, Empire. National Chemical Co., Dept Toroiito. 47 a matter of a couple of months before the line is through. The Civilian's Rifle Club has been successful in obtaining a large number of members, and a meeting of the or- ganization is to be held tonight to ar- range their programme for the coming season. A half section of land was sold this week by Mr. D. Algar-Bailey to Mr. The original Of .Minnesota. Mr. E. Gin Pills made by is looking after the putting iu of National Drugand Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto, are sold only in this box. INSPECTED COAL (Special to the trip to the Coal Creek mines made by the concil- ME. HOMESEEKER We have a, house -nrith furnace and sewer connections for. ?17oO, payable cash, and 125 month until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY JKSURANCE LETHBRJDGE in this respect, for it is only by aidin the movement for diversified that this country will ever become any thing 'but a one-crop country, and the that depends upon any one crop-will never be a community-of last night, the'return 10 Fernie not homes worth living in. In connection being made until after ten o'clock. wth ths statement, iie stated what iiation board representatives of the -two contending parties, yester day afternoon, occupied the attention of the' party until' a very late hour strkes one as a very starting revela- tion, that the egg crop of the United States last year was three tnies the value of the wheat crop. It is the coun- try populated by the small farmer -who raises every -possible kind of produce that is the country .worth living in, and the country that attracts the new-com- Another work in .which the ladies should interest themselves is that of getting the children to write the prize stories to outside newspapers, as Laid jdown by the Trade. This is essentially, their worK., ..And' in the work of 'beautifying the city the we- {man's hand can do more real'. lasting1 good than anything the men can un- dertake. After Mr. Richardson's-remarks, the Numbers .one. two, north, :live mines were ex- amined -at all points where disputes had arisen-.'.regarding conditions ami rates of wages to be paid for -differ- ent work. 'A short taken and a.tight of at the Fairclough the crop for Mr. Marshall. A local amateur dramatic society is j shortly going to stage the Trial Scene from "The FORCED SALE 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 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 tor ten thousand dollars. New -store building, 74 feel frontage. 60 feet deep, rentei at ftfO.UO per'month, will rent for by September 1st, on one of best business corners in Bow Island, Alta. New pool .rsKun buIidj-W by feet, rented at per month. This pfonany 'is ;it on Broadway only one block from deyot. Make J5S y.n offwr. Lot 7 m BJock 13, choice business lot, listed with us at Lots 8, 9 and 10 in Block 10, choicest residential site in Bow Island, listed at Bow Island will be the greatest natural gas distributing centre in the world. 20 gas wells with a flow of over one hundred million rubic feet a day. Buy Bow Island property right now for it will surely, double in value before Sept. 1st. For full particulars and prices of property, write. Hoaglin Investment Co. BOW ISLAND, ALTA. jLethbridge. This shows that the SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS are continually on'the move, go-! Sundial, May. and coming to and from this Ois-i were well attended. There will be vices again May 21, at 2.30 p.m. const. Craig went to Lethibridge onj Lutheran services. Kasimir school, j Thursday. j June 2 p-.m. j. Fauske was in Leth-bridge on busi-j Rev. M. B. Anderson and Mr. on Thursday. Mrs. L. Krogh took dinner with Mr.- McDaniels brought his wife and j and Mrs. P. G. Knudson on Sunday. jfaniily out here to live on their borne: j Miss S: Engen and Mr. B. They came out on Fri j spent Sunday at Bowville, visiting atj Messrs. Armstrong anfl the home of Mrs, Robert. Burns. j machinists, of Cannangay, and Mr. Kurnmer and daughter, were canvassmg the Sundial dis-1 and Mr. Harry Reynolds, passed 'lrjCt on jYiday. j through the Sundial district last week i The sandstorm that visited our dis-' on their way to their .farms near Lostitrjct on Saturday was sure .a bad Lake P. 0. [and as long as we got the rain vhich' 'Mr. Johh passed through we.are. satisfied, as the' dial Tuesday on his way to Bowville. j ground was getting quite dry. The; E.-Epps will now be able to do some Will Giero's homestead. 'breaking. AVill Connor the sick list Mr_ Hans Jahren and D.R. Easter, this week, but is able to be up and through Sundial on Saturday. around again at this writing. Mr. J. B. Evans is able to be around Mr. Tom Twedt, havinsr finished fcis six months' time on his ihomestead. again after-a long sickness. gone to work for Mr. J. B. Miss Florence Bailey, of Yetwood, of Farming Co. is sp-endin ney a week with Mrs. >R. Dab- ilic party, went j Herb and Anton On Sunday, into number-five mine, the last one are recovering from an attack of Mr. and Mrs. Hendrichs jand two. smallest children, came out from Leth, examined. Before any of the.unties, c a stroll, through Dr. Gordon portion's town into the in the--cam Some of the houses were entered and a- general- idea of the domestic conditions existins; was obtained.: as 3a grippe. .Mr. Jarvey, v.-ho has -been work- ing for A. G. On Wed- nesday for'Sweet Grass, where he will work the coming summer. Mr. Alex! Thorburn- came out on Tuesday with the Mr. Martin, from Eastern Canada, came out with..the stage on Tuesday. Are You Ambitious Do You Want to Make Money? Please Look-These Over and Investigate Them; Fullv modern 6.roomed liquse and sliack. on Earnest street (Mtli) ;a loan of 12.200 and Its yours: .per month. House and two lots on Argyle Avenue. so cheap we are ashamed to put the price-here. Pool Hall, five tables and fully In good will-handle. Portable three stall ga.rage Life and North West Fire Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth-St. opp Bank of Montreal. Wilson acted as host :and di- en route for Ms schpol near-Rosemead. ladies .withdrew to a corner by them-j rector of the little will'teach the coming year in the 'selves and decided that the best..way coverv, artifthc partv nurnbere'cf..some Ellismere school house. Migs cora .jiaithews spent Tuesday and Wednesday Ed. Keller- Gordon again demonstrated Ins they will organize, and get everything t a ]ot Q[ in smooth nmning order. Their de- to" launch the project would 'be to1 hold-fifteen or twenty people, a special meeting on Saturday, when] velopment of this scheme he close- ly watched, as it show just what part the women in a direct ef fort to upbuild the and the city. The criterion .of the community is the home, and the beautiful home is the one where the touch of a woman's hand is ever present At the close of the. meeting a re- solution was unanimously passed thanking: Mr. Richardson for the per- sonal interest he 'had taken in the city ot. Lethbridse -during his campaign NEWS FROM THE COKE CITY THE DAY OF CHEAP LOTS WILL SOON BE PAST: BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO BUY; NOT THE LAST .We 'bunch of lots on Fifth and Sixth S'orth, in the line of the city's present and future grow Hi, at the low price each; terms to suit you. BUT NOW. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 37 MACDONALD BLOCK, ALTA. Fire. Plate Glass. Burglary, Automobile, Employers' Liability. Accifleiit and Insurance. Asquith Lindsey und Financial lltl P.O. 3091 Fernie, May in. every line is'becoming' quiet, though the merchants say the trade is holding up remarkably >eli considering the- iuimber of bread winners who are out of employment. The C.P.R.-.'railway has about com- pleted the placing of the new steel bridges along this division the Crow branch and the series "16" of the big freight locomotives are beginr n'ing to pull longer trains over the road. There is no laclc of rain in .this" dis- j irict and the spring growth in TO carpel lawrtS wit" bright- jgreen. j Chief Constable Min't-y, ot the pro-' i vinciai police, complains of ut-ter stagnation-in his line of business, and the city force has nothing to -do. The Elk river is gradually rising. Dauphin, Man., May. t.he saAV miiis are all running at BADLY IN NEED OF RAIN AROUND DAUPHIN i comes at once ll 'be done in very heavy damage {f j j this district, and all along the line to Prince 'bush fires, which have 'broken out in many scattered points. Traffic be- The Elk Lumber is working double shift as it did last year, arid the product; is going direct from the saw and planer to the cars. This in- dicates a healthy demrand for lumber itween here and Prince Albert ;has been -entirely cnt off by the destruction of j on the prairies. j a number of bridges, north ot Swan I i River. -Wire communication has also I Huron Council will ask the ibeen interrupted somewhat, and it. isjKydro-Electric to ir.vesti- jimpossible-to get details at present, [gate the possibilities of the Maitland Reports received here, however, j as a power source. show that, a number of thej The government has bougjit a strip district affected, and also in 150 feet of Amherstburg waterfront Mounteiu section have ;haci to abandon j and' erect a dock for government tbeir homes !boats. and: see most ihings of interest dur- ing- the transit. SOMERSET AIKINS DEAD -.Winnipeg, May Somerset Aik- ins, .'brother of .T. A .-M. Aikins K. C., died at Winnipeg Friday night. He once sat as a member of the 'Manitoba Legislature. He was a Son-in-law of the late Hon. C. C. Colby, of Stanstead Quebec. FOE Picture Framing leaving town, also Lots in Sunnyside Addition. Lethbridge 2003. Alberta. Seventeen teams and drivers, passed j through, Sundial on on; their, j way to work on the irrigation ditch. I j Mr. James -Griffith a valuable j draft team of colts to'John Reason, Lone Star. .Mr. G. W. Andrevirs is 'busy- helping-j his sons putting in their crop. i Mr. James. Griffiths is biisy these, days buying and sellingliorses. OVERSEAS PREMIES ANDHGMERIiU Phone 1343 Office: Opp. Alexandra Hotel London, May Asquith, speaking at Manchester oa Saturday, said "I venture to say that not one of the premiers of the self-gov- ern'ing' '.dominions, but. who, if he had to give his vote, according.', to the views of the great constituency he represents upon the -expediency- uf the Jno. Gibson went to "Lethbridge on Monday. Mr. -G. K. -Engen and Mr. Knudt San- ders were in Lethbridge on business on Monday. Mr. Russell Farley left for Wycliff, B. C., last week. Master Elmer Tlson started school on Monday. This is his first year at school. Mr. C. K. Bngen's rye is looking fine, the nicest field of grain to be se'en. around here. Miss Grace Cutler'is expected hi-re from Coivwin Springs, Montana, on the lOih of -May. Mr. Bennie Harrison is busy these days fencing Geo. Ingrain's and his .own pre-emptions. j J. W. Farley went to Lethbridge on {Thursday, load of Mr. Clarence Elliott, is staying .ir A. Rose's. Nils Beraldin. Sundial ..mail, .man, Sandwich Board of Health has re-j .had the misfortune to break a hub on fused to allow the Daughters of thej jhis auto-oh Monday. He was" loaded Empire to erect, a: tuberculosis hospital heavy, having five the site secured inside the town mail to take granting self-governing to" ''Ireland, w'otild not" feel consirajneil .to vote ir. the affirmative.'' ''1 believe." added Mr. Asquith. "that the democracy: in these' coun- tries is .iiniiormly iy [avoL-able To ihe granting of llonxe Rule for Ireland." Automobile .TIRES TUBES VULCANIZED CHNTRAL CYCLE REPAIR WORKS 331a Eights Only steam vyicanizers used r COLUMBIA BATTERIES Sparlv Coils Spark Pings. Ignition Supplies. W. L McKenzie Co. ELECTRICIANS 706 3rd Ave. Phone 637 Alberta Railw 310 7fa St. Soutlx Phone 363 and Irrigation Co. the Are ottering tor sale cheapest lots on the market eac situated norttpof tke track Four Snaps per acre for 4-80 acres, one .mile Station. NO CASH PAYMENT. Crop pay- ments. .Interest at 6 per cent. For a few days only. Modern cottage. S rooms, on Crabb. between Courtland and London, 37.1-2 feet front- age alone worth the mon ey, cash will handle, bal- ance easv. Each for 2 lots. BlocK 20, Duff Adda.. ..1-2 cash, bal. 3 and 6 months. Modern ccttage on Argyle Ave..-large cash.will handle. STRIKE WHILE THESE BARGAINS ARE HOT Spur track lots on Smith." Street Spur. Excellent site for warehouse. Half section three raiies from town. per Terms. Half section 3 1-2 miles from tov.'n. witnin of new Weyburn line. per acre. Kasv terms. A good bay. Call and see some of my Iiargains in the Duff Addi- tion and North Ward. Great money .makers in-the Alexander Addition. Call and see me as these prices are bound to advance. The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Sherlock St. BEAUTIFUL HOUSE FOR SALE buys a beautiful 9 room house: full concrete cel- lar; 50 feet x 150 feet; close in. proper- ty-. Reasonable terms, assuming mort- gage. CITY DEPT. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Go; I Successors to The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. Phone 544 ;