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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Krldny, May 10, IUILY IIJGKALD PlMW S THE GREATEST SNAP olk'ivd in Lellibritlftc, I he ouucr l the1 cily. 7 looiiu'd iiioilovii lioiiM1, on a lol 32 x on rtlh Avenue A. (Itixci vion) This propejly 110 be sold, look it up. ils a moneymaker McCorvie Realty Co. 309. Block, ,5th. Street. Phone 1391. Special Snaps Ffne' eloy'eu "acre tract or Fruit lirmi' adjoining the town- witrt- .of so; -H. C., lightly four acres partly' cleared. SJ.OOU. Four, .fluo lots .close ID best buy old townsite, no Htib- division, at each. Thieon fi'ne lots also huge corner, McCiilIoch Addition, Kipp; 'each. Corup.t-s 517-5.00, ,-ciose -10 new. hotol five, roomed 'cottage close to hotel, lot 35 x 25, suoo.op; One" fine foot business lot, a'leb' two res- ident tal lots, ?300 Pin- tCuar Citj All 01 any of on small asid easy 'terms. OWNER 12126th Ave S Usthbndge A Snap For a Few Days Only MpderuVT" -room house In Riven tew, lot it no feet Full cement, basement 11 the 'house 'I erms ly WE WANT EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS AND WILL AD, VERTISE 'SAME and insurance The G. E, Fleining Agency WAS STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS ATTACK CAME TO MAGRATH CITI ZEN WHILE MILKING COW i (Special to fie lluald) Mimath, Mi) t Kith, .1 well known fanner ot this town, while in act of milMiig the fam- ily cow last evening, was suddenly stricken with -paralysis, and by con- sidtrablv dtflicullv he succeeded staggering to. the house, where i tal was quickfj tailed and af piesLiit tune hit, condition is reported favorable., the family hav- ing assurance from the physician in charge lliat no part of the body will useless. Ilic-h had almost.finished his tuSk when to hit, the barn became shrouded in black- ness loi no ippaiuil rrasnn t Ie ujiddj and, groping to the door- way, staggered through and made hi s labouoijsh to the house Ihs wife1, to lus> assistance, and immKulek on uitenng lhe room he fell Lo the floor unconscious. Mrs. Rich suiijinomd .1 doiloi over the t lephotic and llic unfortunate man being curefullv Minister of Public Works Speaks to _______South Electors from front pugo) campaign SOUK, ami vw'ifuroiiuly RTiillcd. Tlic words ol tlio "song were published in the Herald recent- ly. The to "Laurie the. hatchet swinger" tinned to picas? tlio' jinimwsely. Those -who lonk put Mihsc. Ni tlsmi, n- n e riiompMm, Htla Dawdle and Mabel Hanson smil .Messrs, A. H. Cure: .-Hid Scott lU-own The Candidate Speaks Mr Woolf was .'ir.-H introduced' and delivered a pleasing address. lie1 re- viewed what had accomplished foi (he iidim; m the wav of public j uoiks b) iht not fo] apologize, but as a matter of cold justice. No member in Atbcdtt hud got as much 101 hib tiding as John WooU. Woolf appealed for support on the [general record of the Liberal mrly and asked tlio people to sustain -twit party through it would 1 chell, along the C arid 10, railway. "You' can .rest, assured ,thiit this union t 111 do er> thlilg pos niblo'to riiHh railway construction in this part df the yald Mr. Mitchell "Wo will IiiflHt on tho guaruuteos boiug, pushed more rapid-j ly tlmn the giiartmteou of the last I session ft Dealing, with- the debt of the in no, and repudiating the couteiitlon Ibat the guarantee -of tho railway bonds constitutes a debt against the province, Mr. Mitchell explained how bonds are guaranteed, Find showed the great extent of. time lhe companies have to retire, the .bonds. Mu asked were'.within.-the. bounds of proba- bility that-tho 'province would ever luive fo nay these bonds. 1C Yen [f in nji isolated a road did de- fault, the province holds .a_ first mort- iind (he road would become the piopeitj of the people Thev would also get moie than thev put hi ft foi the rolling improvements and all (cquipine it would the road, The provinces.of Manitoba, chewan ana British -Columbia 'had gone In for this and there Jiad been no default W-e are Orolng to continue this said Mr. Mit- because .we believe it is the come wider markets and lower t2.i-jmo5t feasible .secure to the 'people the needed tiansportatiqn fac iiitlea. Taking up the', public works, Mr Mitchell' dealt with roads and bridg- es.1, He .showed that.'.the prolonged wet weather iast'year delayed-'most of their work, just-'as It had hindered faun woik It was a reasonable ex- cuse for no further; work being done, fls While these wcit provincial issues, the vole of the province. he iiitciprUtid at Ottawa as jeing either for or. against tratKetb Ah is a oE tX'ccptioual abilitv. T. W Doc. Stewart's Map Qnaylc, of Ulhbridgc, foi- owed in a brief "address, and paved he M u for Or Stewart and his, lit- le map so that ihj people would not, ie lacking in full apputidti of itist.c fea lines at leisl. Mr. Mitchell Speaks Mi Mitchell intioduced hi ie- nrks TMth an evnession Of pleasuie ver the efforts of the Glee Club. He oogratulatea the town on the liii- rovements noticeable on every; side, e was delighted to see that imfcdern npmvements slviirul Hands senseless for about tweiitv-fouir hours, and ilso leit him however, gri luaHj renamed his wanting faculties, and is now pro giessnig nicelj to the jot of> Ins famslj, and the satisfaction of his physician. The, cause of-the stroke atliibutcd io the facklhat on a count of tiie age of tliQ gentlcmai out of the blood of the brai huisted, causing an instantaneous i f lie t on the left Aide of -the boil' It claimed bj the medical im in charge of 31 r. .Rich that his iloo vessels weie buttle as is j wav fa the uuse m people are r (he advance of old an lie savs. however, .that with a j months' rest and careful theic is slight probability 01 his he ing stricken in the futuro cbngrafiilated the eing insMHed St.- S. RANCHER KILLED NEARACLEOD Mackoil, JO OHs, aged n'jcais, a'lauchei humj nnic miles norlhntsl 01 town, found lung ,dtad a short distance 'Horn hjs Jiouse on I morning lhe (' frnti Mi, dniej, iHm.mng hoiAie Llic SWEET Suect Vallei, May i Paul son is home for a few'days. Jli Tcklandt anil family n cd out to their farm neai Sweet mgliti hefoLc, noticed Mi riliV team of horses gracing in (he fielil ncarhy, and partly but did not en- fiuirc at'that tare' The ncvli he the hoises ih the s ime condition and, going up lo tho hoiibe, discom t.d the bo'Ij TJ1 is is helieiqd io liccn bv the running awaij as he unhauiessjng tiem Tom Turner was an ovec.'Suu'dai visitor in nciehborhoori; taking Iiis team back .with him to tlio nioun tains. Mi UoiJirc'has the school at allej, so thai he f ike chaige of his home school Mi PaiKei, from the past, fill ihc foi six months QUEBEC SANK CHANGES Montreal Mav imdeistood tlut the eseputSvu of tlie Quebec Bank be Iransferred from Quebec lo Monti oil next n L Ste general inajaager, and R. insjwctor, (o haie (hen headmuilers heie 111 tlif future a'he follotts logically in lhe district of whlclt "Montreal is fc'iie centre Que liec ulll remain the licadqumteii, at the haul! itswlf. HOME RULE GETS SECOND READING London, Alaj govein ment carried tiie Home liulc jblll on its reading in the Commons tonight by n majority of 101 us against for the firat rending lhe !72 lo -'71 1-1. Hunter "finalIv linishe'd -threshing the ctoning hefoie the rain stait- cd 'I his about the fourth com- mencement, although it was stacked linished uitn Will en- gine and Ml 1 rickson's separator Dclectue Ulic, of Lelhbndgo called in tins ucinili on MoniUi. A program is being auanged to lie held in connection with a haskut so- ne; Short lie is h.ning some dcn- v oik done v Diving to'thc -school lin- ing scrubbed and oiled, Siinday school was held at Mr; Taylor's homo. Miss Pcrllu llnrksun is assisting "Ujs Bauithman for ,1 few liicltett Ins section 29 leased anJ is fencing same Thus another trail is cut oft, Mel lr is usitmg this in l.cthbndge utth ISIaster Sul- cnl taie place the 21th of Mai, moncj lo KO towards purchasing an organ lor the school housed v i. tlle "P to date would en ell as fiie, piotection Continuing, Mi MHeheil Hi abilitj as a speaker and predicted that ne would impiesb the Legiblatuie lie did not considei it necessaij to refer to T W Woolf, as that geutle- in in had repiesentpd the ndlng for and all knew him uell 'Ife condemned Cr for his attitude towaids Legislatui e, and "Mi Woolf m the Ihey been there they would haie been'delighted the receiVed the attack. No membei had a strongei hold on the and the attick fei; flif Coutinumg Mi Mitchell pit, dieted that Mr Martin Woolf would also gain a strong position in the house Mr Mitchell, pioceedfng, ie- ferred to the bje election necessitated the enlargement of the an eulaigemont necessary tUt, growing business of fl.e pioUnce lhe mmisteis and work vera" descubed, and Mr Ste-wait-niid He was not beyond the mark in saying Lliat "Mi Woolf, the riding of Caidston had its best filend in1 Mi Mackenzie He believed AIi 'Odhl in me leu treaaurei Proceeflmg, PHONE SlfjLvl in's Baggage Translcr ANOTHER VACANCY IN THE TRADE COMMISSION Ottawa, fl-S A IlpU Canadian commissioner in lias licui planted hj an oidit council of ahbencc ioc months and ii ilir expiration of lint "Hiimp hp will n'iirc from (lie rrtiriuj-; rommisstonci ap- in 1911 and came from nipetc Iliiv now six conmiih- Monerfainps to he hllpd The positions arc in HraKil, C'liha, China, Opiniinn, TloUniul and France The In these positions, will lip ninmunnrd sliortlv. All Mitchell showed ihat ill sections of the pi ounce aie well represented n the uew Cabinet. No fairer distri- bution could be made. It guarantees he -future against until the comitiy noith ot Edmonton "illed in, the representation IB qom jlete Ho fai as the actual geograph- cal aiei is concealed, lAimonton, Jn- itead of being noith, is the centre of he province He nieditud that tho evelqpiaent of the .immense natural vealth of, the .hinterland would oene- t the whole province. The Railway Problem Air Mitchell next dealt with the aihvay question, and anticipated-the nlicibin ihat the South is disci irnin ted against and refuted ic contentions of the Jitchell explained that am company ould get a charter to build a road, hat is. not the issue. What the el- ctors are interested in is the amount t road guaranteed by the province; It the road guaranteed noith of the orfh Saskatchewan is 671 miles and lat includes a tiemendom, ajea of ountry now rapidly filling up. -To iow showing railway charters anything. -The overnment's railway policy ig..'em- in the amount of road gua'raii- !ed. Continnins, Mr. Mitchell dealt Ith the guarantees, in central and outhern Alberta, showing G60; miles. Coining "further south.1 (here is a giiar- the CNR from Lalg-ir- to Miicleod, a'nd from Maclcod through Cardston to the boundary. There'is also the G. T. P. south to the boun- dary, the C. N. II. line from Maclcod to Pincher Creek and iiro now surveyors in the -field on another line south. Thesis guarantees are re- newal of 1H09 guarantees. The'guar- antee only for one year, although the cr nipfinicii ask foi a fheyoar tension. If the companies, did Oio't make a show of doing practical work, it Is within the power of the govern- ment to withhold aid. Mr. Mitchell .-iplaincd the delay in construction south of Calgatj, and showed that tlio Federal government urove route uuipti owing to tho streii- He. did not. want them to think be- cause there is-an-election on in the rriding Cardstonj! thai Oardsfon is promised special cspendi- turc'.- The riding' would receive a fair .'hare, but there were no induce- ments for votes. Sir. -Mitchell paid tribute to Mr. former mem- the district luul hot suffered to acsingle degree, and he could hot; understand the outcry raised by- the. opposition press that the people of Cardstoii' were up in ns., An examination would show i fhat tuiough Mi Wooit, Caidbton iid ing had been %erv dealt Reverting to Mi "Mitchell read av, statement of Sir Thomas ShaughneEsy, that.'ithe C; P. U. had been forced ro: build moie lines erf 1fi t-entfrtl man would hate done had it not) been for the aggressive poliov of the provincial j government. No more desirable tri-' flute could be a-sklid tp the pohcj of the eminent i Continuing, dealt with the- attitude of the opposition to the i ail war the house He showed that while a'tfcw .ftnendmentb vverp moved there was division' on Second 'leading. Hayr Hdw. Co. 6th Street, South Opposite Herald Saturday's We Have Many Dollar Bargains Come in and Save SCREEN DOORS SCREEN DOORS ONE DOLLAR EACH utl tuo BCUUUU Mitchell said that heaviest with the exception oC the DumeSaa, copper wire Ime m the Province js to ioad Mi Mitchell showed to the sat hp bujlt Irora Kdmontonjo Lethbiulge, ifafaction of every inconsis- tency of the opposition on the lailvvay policy The govennnent, 'even fiom purely selfish political motives is oound to beo lanways lapidly built, and he piedicted that hie great pio gramme outlined would'be an accom-, pllshcd fact within four years.'' 'Thej guarantees :were-consented -to in ruaiy, and tliib ib and nie now thirty survev pal ties at vvoik, mapping- oiit Farmers Mi Mitchnll reviewed the agnciil criticism thnf hag been'levelled was t gainst, the demonstration farms. The criticism was that 'the farms were too expensive. TJie government .were spending money to develop the farms right at once, for five veais He believed the farm eifa favoied good buildings, and cveiy thing placed on a high standard right from the start. If they had the equip- ment'outlined by critics, ihe first far- mer ..who visited would laugh at the goveinnient The gov erriment is willing to abide by results and trust to time to fully vindicate the policy adopted. Mitchell then outlined the pio .posed system of farm schools, which -will do uinch-'-to raise the standard of farming in, the country. In addition to this, high graac.-stock will be placed on the would and a general policy of the farmer ad- opted, Proceeding, de- scribed: .the distressing grain i.block- adc ami expressed the determination extensions, and all displeasure, with .the long dis- tance service would disappear. At pre sent the-system -is -congested, and it has been difficult to Keep the trunk lines up to the maik The impiove merits this' year would overcome the difficult. _ Mi Mitchell icferrcd to the Diy- Faruiing CongrebS, and said (he ?1U, 000 was gianted with tiie lullest support Qf the He combatted Jh Shchenei b policy of l-elephono such as ob- tains m ilanitoba, ana pointed to the; extreme dissatisfaction in that prov- ince in support of, his contention.: In- stead of going into debt and laUIng lates, as in they had a sur io tiie noith of the tiack will ue one of the hesfc buys on the maikot when the C P R lind depart ment nuts it up tor sale Real estate (Ie tiers aio of this opinion, and be If eve that because of its to the business heait ot the city, it will soon fill up with wholesale business ihouses, and also a well kept lesidential distiict In this case, there will be a. eticug demaiid foi a crashing at Fifth street South, which will be backed not only oy those who are heading tlio agitation now, but also bv those who establish in the new subdivision Of couise, nothing definite can be done in the niattei until such time as the C P R hab made the change In the location of the ft eight shed_, but BANK MERGER STORY DENIED: Montreal, May is absolutelv no truth In tho state- ment that the Rojal and Trad- ei s' banks i ecently merged, aie to be by the'' Bank of Montreal" This the official reply given todaj by Assistant Gen- eral Managei Neil, ot thfe tRoi al Bank, lo a despatch fiom To ion to A similar denial was plus of after pioviding foi all is not the least doubt but that contingencies The extension of in I the owners of mopeitj in the lal self government "was Of the moposed subway, one of the the adoption of Single lax, and the! oldest parts of the and one about minister said the goie-.mnent is ie nhich the whole city has built Itself, ceiling communlciations Horn all oth tnemselves in no mild .man er piovlnces, and also fiom England, Her> With a view to forcing the con- and he believed the land tax would be- come Dominion-wide in a very short time, and the Sigfton government giv- en the credit foi pioneering the move inent The changes in the Court act were explained, showing that the ex- tension ol the disirict lessen ed the cost of litigation and brings, the courts nearer, Othci IeElslaLlou reviewed was the motoi vehicle act, the license'act; and .Mr. Mitchell concluded an able and exhaustive review of the work of the .and legislature amidst the heartiest plaudits of the audience. of the.people of Alberta to get wider markets, and said there ivonld alvvajis be a gram tie up md there would nev- er be relief without lowering tho tariff barriers, and securing the: coin petition of American railways This lelief would never come without the return of the Liberal parly at Ottawa, and lo ensure that it is necessary to keep Liberal governments in the Western provinces. He predicted an early Fed- eral election, and he believed tho peo- ple revoisc tlio decision of last September. The only way to got a government, not allied to the big in- tcrf-sls-is to have a. Liberal govern- ment.' Mr. Mitchell then referred to of the bye-elections, and said the defeat Mr. 'Wcolf won M mean a slap at the, policy tho Western people. i Rajitdly reviewing (he work done bj I tile, government. showed the upbuilding of tho'educational ays tem. the grant of a ivillllon1 dollars for good roads, etc, The Premier has stated his dcshv for a great trunk ioad light thiongh the of lhe province from Athabasca fraud t UK (o the IntertiHtlonal, boundary. Tele imonc uonslructiQii outlined, and s traction ot a subwaj at the point in question So fai it is probably a yeai ahead ot the time, but Hie time ap .pears to be surely coming when Ttlie fight foi a Fifth stieet subway will bo more in tho public than tho fight for the Thirteenth afreet subway, which -has occupied such ;an impoitant affair during the past jear NOT GOOD FOR CANADA London, May Martin, lhe House ot Commons today, asked Piemiei Ascjuith if he would appoint] a commission to enqune into the loading upon the British public oC sound Canadian investments, to Canw% da a detriment and the sorrow of Butish uivestois Piemiei Afctimth replied evils of speculative investment aia not to be met by legislation I aw ar0 that Canadian stocks are lally applicable for such treatment" Agitating for Another Subway 4 (Conliir.iod, from front, page) In the -first place, there is now no logical crossing west of iS'inlh street, except the Maclood road subwav un dor the high level bridge approach. While tliis is a fairly good road. It Is somewhat roundabout; and doss, not afford a. direct entrance into the city from I ho north and west. again, (he men behind the now subway scheme say thai there should be a subway connecting north imd south Lethbrldge at least -every four blocks. There vvHI eventually bo, a subway at Thirteenth streel, if the of -North Lclhbridge liavo any say in the matter. There is also the overhead bridge at Ninth sfreet. Following out the system of a uni- form distance between croBSinpy.-Ihose In -favor, of.'.a Fifth sfreet claim that Fifth street should be ciossitiR opened DR PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER Sixty Years the Standard for parity, strength and healthfulness. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar, free from alum and phosphatic acids. Then is litilu doubt that tin. ;