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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May. THE LETHBRIDGE DAII-Y HERALD The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond City--135 acres broken-- A 1 per acre cash-for this week only Ff i IAJWC3 J. R. Anderson, Manager BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25. Duff Addition, easy terms R. -V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott i 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; water at 16 Jeet: 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. LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER MR. HOME8EEKER We have a house with furnace and server connections for payable 1400 cash, and per month until paid for. The Ii. MACBETH AGENCY USANCE..... SHERLOCK LOANS PARLIAMENT TO ADJOURN TO AUGUST 1 Agreement is Definitely Reached Between the Premier and Mr. Borden Ottawa, May will j on May to meet asaiu I August 1, and supply will be veiled to carry on the affairs of the country un til Seplember 1. This is the agree- nient reached by the House yester- j day. After consulting with R. L. I Uordeii, Sir Wilfrid Laurier made the 'announcement oi' the agreement to I adjourn. Me suggested May 23, but i several members favored the earlier date and their wish prevailed. Long- er sessions will be held in order to get the work before the House done in the shorter time. Adelard hanctot, Sorel, on question of privilege, denied newspaper reports that government lumber and shingles hud been used in building his house. E. N. Lewis introduced a number of amendments to the code, regarding banks and bankers. He would make it a criminal offence for a bank official to make a false statement of its af- fairs, whether or not lie knows it. to be false for a bank of a ufficial to accept a loan from a ba'nk or a bank director for a director of a bank or other corporation to assist in wa- tering stock operation for banks to compel clerks to work more than 8 hours a day with one hour for lunch- eon, except in case of tellers on the day when monthly returns are made up. DISTRICT NEWS tir Are You Ambitious? Do You Want to Make Money? and Investigate Please Look These Over Them Fully, modeui 6 roomed house and shack, on Earnest street 11500 cash, assinne a loan and'-its yours. Revenue month. House and two lots on Argylc Avenue, so cheap we are ashamed to put the price here: Pool Hall, five tables and fully in good outside tow.ru will handle. Portable three stall garage' cheap: Life and North West Fire Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal, IRON SPRINGS NOTES Miss Liiiian Kane left on Wednes- day for Taber. where she is to teach school for the next few months. On Friday afternoon, May 5, there was a football match between Albion Kidge and Iron Springs, at the Iron i Springs school grounds. There wa-i a large and enthusiastic crowd pres- ent. The score was 1 to 0 in favor of iron Springs. After the game the ladies served a bountiful supper to the players and visitors. Next Sunday the Rev. Mr. Lytle. of Lethbridge, will hold services in the school house. WORl 1) AT A Cl ANf F n ItLitTu ni fl ULriiluIJ "AD. COALDALE Winkle has returned to bis home in Kentucky, after spending a few weeks here, looking after his farming: interests. Mrs. T. p. Brown left Friday for a x-isit with her daughter, -Mrs. Cannon, of Spokane. W. H. Pawson, returned to Pe- oria. 111., this week, on account of his wife's illness. .Messrs. Sehl, Taylor and Mason call- ed in the neighborhood on Sunday af- ternoon. -Mr. Housen, of Calgary, is visiting iiis daughter, Mrs. W. B. Mitford. amount of his claim, --S562, without interesr. His brother Tceived compensation for a similar fames J. Hill says the crop pros- pects in northern states are excellent, jlle maintains in spite of the state- Sask., ot- politicians that the farmers of these states fayor reciprocity. He BUSINESS MEN SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley. May 5. Mrs. Bannis- IT Richard Gibsoii. the well known stockman, of Delaware, Ont., is dead. A cyclone struck Carievale. and wrecked a number of buildings. The Aibena Co. incorpora-j says Canadian wheat cannot be ship-j lion'bHl got i's third reading in tbcjped to .Minneapolis to compete with! Commons yesterday. American wheat. Investigation shows that the re- ports of the forest fires in Manitoba were greatly exaggerated... B. Chaffin, A. Hankin and Mc- Crea narrowly escaped death by be- ing siirroun by a prairie fire near High River, while operating-a steam plough. They were all. severely burn- ed, but will recover. The Ilaytiiin government is taking i strong measures to put down on in- j surrection on the island. I .Prairie fires destroyed the farm j property of G. Woodfall, of Tisd.ilc, j THE DAY OF CHEAP LOTS WILL SOON BE PAST; BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO BUY: NOT THE LAST We have a choice bunch or Jots on Fifth and Sixth Avenues N'orth, in the line of the city's present. and fulure at the low- price of ?150 each; terms to suit you. BUY NOW. .Sask. Only ihnr horses were ter, after making her daughter, B- surveyor gem-fa Seabeck, a pleasant, visit, has return- British Columbia since 1890, !ias ed to fner home in North Dakota. .Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rickett have re- turned from their .visit to Granum. Miss Mary Stark has come to spend the summer with her mother and bro- ther. The homestead inspector spent a, signed. One-third ford, S., The inhfthiiii their housetMi of re- f the village' of destroyed by lire. is had no t'imc to lii efiecis. Fire, PMe Glass. Burglary, Automobile, Employers' Liability. Accident and Life Iissiirance. Asqmth Si Lmdsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 Winnipeg Party Promises to Stop off i iVieuiOCilst Plans iiurcn 11 a.m. to the afternoon. Fred T. Cook, of-Alberta College, Edmonton, is now in charge of the work, but, he expects to be succeeded by a-regularly -ordained minister, v, ho will be permanently stationed here about the end or June. It will not be known for, some weeks who he is, but it has been-'de- cicied to send one of the strongest men at; the disposal of the coming conference, which is to be held in Calgary, beginning'about the end of Mav. -J IV THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. lew days around here tinis week. j T medal Alfred Lewis is again out on homestead. He will move his family r out soon. Herman Holden was a caller at. the Witting home on Thursday evening. -.Master Boyd Sheridan spent Satur- day with Merle Baughman. The Messrs. Rickett and Baiigihrnan went in search of their cattle this I week that have been gone since Janu- ary. Mr. Baughman was lucky enough to find all of his, but Mr. Rickett only a part of his. The seeding in this locality is com- pleted for this spring. Only walrjng! inow for a soaker. i Christopher Sutcliffe, of j is just received his Indian Mutiny which he lias for many to secure. j Tt is -denied by Hon. G. P. Gra- j ham that A. W. Camgbell, the dep- j uty ir.inistor of railways will shortly i resign. The Regina city council has given j in to the three daily papers who dc-j mancicd thai council 'meetings be j open to the press. j W. R. Morlierwell, minister of i agriculture in Saskatchewan, says lie i is well satisfied with seeding opera-j tions in th? r province. George Carman McMillan, an eight- Grassy Lake Lots For Sale This town is half way between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. has a.splendid location on C. P. R.. elevator, coal mines arid ihe best farms in Southern Alberta tributairy to same, Business Lots can be bough tfor S450.00. Residence lots near new brick school, from 575 to 3150 on easy terms. Investigate and you will 'buy. 320 acres for sale, per acre, easy terms. East half of Sec. 20, Tj. 9, Range 18, West of 4th M.. at Chin station. LETHBRIDGE CITY PROPERTY Agents for Rosedale, Sunnyside and Pairview Additions Call or McLachlan Realty Co. Mr. McPherson has an uncle B. C., was him at present. I burned to death by companions, who itied him to a stake and burned him 1 while playing Indian. >nio N'epolitana was sentenc-, i cii !o jianged on August for her husband. The cxecu- i lelavod to allow the birth of i INVESTIGATIONS TO'BE MADE IN U. S. j Washington. May resolu tions for important investigations were j t'00 !S i agreed to by the Mouse of Represen-! a child. tatives. A complete investigation oft The Manitoba government will re the post office department proposed j fuse the offer of the Dominion gov-i j by Representative Saunders of Vir-JermnrriT sell ihc Osborne barracks ginia. to determine whether political i site for S500.000 and the purchase of i i affairs are operating in t.he depart- a new drill liall site. roent. whether it is used for political j -nov'-r I V lj Mrt I I purposes, whethfr the employees are! discharged for political reasons, and j other features of postal oper-1" 11 and 12 Southard B'oc-K- Tetdbridge. Alberta. Canada. Jj ation, was authorized by the adoption j of t.he resolution. The other, that of, Mr. Hardwjck, of Georgia, provides for j a sweeping investigation of the Amor- ican Sugar Refining Co.. 10 clet.tjiminc j Ont what influence it has bad or is Hav- ing iiujji prices of sugar or the o! Competition. sections across ih> Mnt were soid for jf OOo ami respectively. i jj the strrnpUi of the suppositioR Ilie C.P.K. carshops will be located Graham, of St. nftrr vv.niiing forty for lion for losses incurred for ton wcvii.s .it The C. P. R. shops will surely be located here. Phone, tele- graph, or write for information regarding prices of LOTS G, I Co, Main Street Opp. Merchants' Bank of Canada Medicine Hxt Alta. of I i Fort in 1.S70. ba.s S (Special to the Taber, May G-. W. Leech re- j turned today from a flying trip to j Brandon and Winnipeg. Whilst in the I latter, city, the doctor interviewed several of the leading" business men, as a result he lias the promise that the Winnipeg Business Mali's trip to the west year will stop oil at Taber for a look around. The doe- tor convinced them -that Taber could show them, worth whi.'e, and there is not the, least doubt but that this will be a adver- tisement for this locality, as n-cUl as for the whoie of. Southern. -Vlbei-ta. Arrangements will be made to have (about '25 automobiles at the depot to j meet, the special train, which ;.s sclie- 1o reach here on j.Junc, when the party will be ccn-i ducted to the points of interest in. the vicinity, including the most ".iport- j ant nrines, the gas well, with flow of artesian water, .ind UiL1 j new school will be pointed 11. Ic is j hoped that arrangements he 1 n aclc for a hurried visit to the hnv-j els of the earth in one of "he !rcal mines. The doctor says that his; way liome. "he noticed that -ain cd to be general alnng- the route of the P. R. through Saskatchewan I and Alberta. I Commencing on Sunday. May i-i, the Palm Theatre will be used for the Methodist church services. This step; has been necessitated by the growing i congregation, and the cirrjiands of the j business section of the town for bct- tcr church facilities. These premises have been. secured until such time as the proposer! church bn completed, which, iiiin, is hoped: will not be a very date. i The Miners' Hall, which has been' kindly lent by the union, is fast be- coming too smali for. the evening, con- gregations. Though it has been of good service, (and the generosity ihc T'nion has been .much appreciat- ed.) the hall is found in- capable of accommodating what the rnugregntion promises-to be in a few weeks. If a number of the congre- gation desire it, ,1 moniinjr .service will held also. T'nat would jni! the xriiool. which is now held ;K MONEY TO LOAN in large sums V on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands 310 7th St. South PHone 363 Sherlock St. Buys o room story honse. close ful.lv modern. Temis THE iern ;