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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond City-135.acre? broken- A 1 per acre cash--for this week only r i J. R. Anderson, Manager FIELDING AND PATERSON MAY ARRANGE FOR TOUR OF CANADA ON RECIPROCITY Ottawa, May is a well-'not well'to be tinaggressive. and, Mr. founded report in government circles Borden should not be given slight- tonight that the Ministry has decided 'eat chance of returning to the capital to pursue an aggressive platform cam- with the story that the West is with paign throughout the whole Dominion, him, mistaking party demonstration Along the line of this, programme it is ifor the real voice of the people, quite probable that Hon. W. S, Field-; Hon.'Mr. McKay's tour through On- ing, Hon. Win. Paterson and possibly 'tario has been most successful. The Hon. F. Oliver will hold several meet j rural sections of Ontario are In com- ings, at central points in Western Ca-'plete harmony and sympathy with the Brandon, Saskatoon, Regina.j An official announcement regarding Edmonton, Galgary, and possibly Western tour may be expected in a jor two other points. let duties they have Owing to Cabin- not the time at their disposal that Mr. Borden wilj be able to give to campaigning, hut they feel that, while the farmers are prac- tically solid for the Agreement, it. is day or two. Advocates of liberty of trade win .be asked to hold demonstration through- j out the recess, showing to parliament the exact feeling of Canada with re- spect to tne Reciprocity Agreement. BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phono 1191 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 water at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good eoiL This is an_Al'propo- sition. Price and terms are right THE O. T. LATHROP 0. W. KERR CO. .....RESIDENT MANAGER MR. HOMESEEKER We have a house with furnace and sewer connections .tor payable cash, and per month, until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY RANCH v y v. RAIN CHEERS THE FARMERS Only Thing to be Feared Now is Too Much Mois- ture-Pincher Creek Gossip (Special to the Pincher Creek-, May other topics of interest are cast into the shade for the time being with the cc-r- tamty that the district has passed safely through a critical season by in cessant downfalls of rain, the storm now having lasted three days. The question with some farmers is wheth- er the wet spell will continue for too j staff through a rush of work, that his Ions; a period, hut the most of them j mother, Mrs. Mackin. of Cole- aire rejoicing with the blessings atjinan, had died that, he 'would introduce a bylaw to regulate-the disposal-of waste paper in the town. The last named matter has come to be a grievance with some ratepayers residing near the nuisance groun'd; from which the paper is blown by -the winds to their places of residence. lion. A. J. McLean, of Taber. vis- ited town in the latter part, of last week. He-was visiting relatives at! Fishburn. j The fire brigade complain that al-! though is given by the council for the first team on the spot to haul their apparatus in the case of a fire. they frequently have difficulty in se- curing; one. I W. H. Dixqn, late of Spring Ridge. i how holds a good position with a real estate firm in Vancouver. An electric motor is to be installed in the Echo printing office this week. Intelligence reached Mackin, -a young man who .was helping the Echo W The lowest boiler made. Built for, steam or Hot Water. Bur.ns-any .km'd of fuel. Easy to1 operate. Large flues. to clean. Willing worker. Drop a card for information to METALS, LTD.: Please send me information on your heating systems. NAME The most compact boiler made. Stands only 49 1-2 Inches and can heat any-size house or building. Built in horizontal which can be added the capacity of the time after it is installed.1 It is built especially for soft flues large and grates heavy and easy acting. LOOK AT THE CUT The arrows show the heat travels in and around the pans that contain the water. Note how the heat must travel right around the boiler before it reaches-the..chimney. The heat is absorbed by the water. A direct draft operated from the front can be used, In weather allowing the heat to' go directly to the chimney. This means that on a cool day in the Spring or Fall when your fire is not going you can stick of wood and produce the warmth necessary to take the chill of the house. This is a great conven- ience, especially when you take into consideration that in the ma- jority of makes of boilers you, would have to build a big fire and check it down. There are lots more things to tell you about this is to your interest to clip the coupon and send it in. i You place yourieli under no obligation much useful data concernlnjf heating, systems. METALS, LIMITED, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Warehouses: Calgary Edmonton. LOANS SHERLOCK 3 Lots in Block 26, Westminster Road. easy terms 3 Lots William Street. terms. cash, a good buy 1 Corner Lot, House and Stable, Crabb Street. good terms Splendid property LIFE ACCIDENT and LIVE STOCK INSURANCE FIRE by i and rifles -.hand on the principle that the future! day morning will take care of itself. This timely deluge from the elements, however, will surely put an end to those gloomy forebodings of a dry season which a month ago could be heard from pessimists residing in some of the settlements around us. None of the districts here have suffered to any- great extent for want oi -moisture, and thc'iains of Friday, Saturday and Sunday will- enhance the prospects of the crop area to an extent that is hard to estimate in dollars. Street Lighting System The town council was called togeth- j er for a second special meeting the mayor on Saturday night. This time the board was asked to delib ate on an the stripe lighting system at present in use, the new system suggested being explain- ed and demonstrated by the electrical engineer. F- Rhodes. The proposed system involves an arrangement of the street lights into groups of four, the lamps on Main street to be 100 those in other parts of the town 50 candle-power. These lamps will be of the Tangsten sys- tem and the .change will effect a sav- ing of power, besides affording a bet- ter light. The council decided to .have the system installed as soon as the electrician could arrange it, which will he by a gradual process. This was'about the only business trans- acted at the meeting, apart from a notice given bv one. of the councillors very suddenly on at one o'clock, leaves for his home in Ooleman the first -train Monday morning. Sun- He MADERO BOSS OF THE JOB Juarez, Mexico, May al President, Francis i. Maclero, jr., WANT FLYER TO STOP AT PINCHER Pincher Creek, May tw.> cases were heard before Judge Craw- ford at the District Court here. One was the 41 Meat "Market ..Vs. William- P.i-ardi contractor, of Blairmore, in which the. plaintiffs sued defendant for for goods supplied the contention was made by defendant the sum was paid .by orders he hiid given plaintiffs on the Canadian Am-! ericau Coal Co.. it was the latter company'had not paid them. Judgment was given for the: plaintiffs, with costs. A. C. Kemis for plaintiffs, and. Mr" Gray for de-i fendantl The other case was one involving'- wages, S. Gy E. Bailey, j New Bariies Coal -Jinn Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload lots Phone 1475 C.CXD. is complete'master of ihe The latter party made no appearance here after a day of exciting indicts, j and judgment was given for plaintiff. than once drawn with oofts. ..LIFE TERM FOR DE1TZ Hayward, Wi's., May John Deitz was sentenced to imprisonment .'life -by .Judge Reid today. .-When giv- en an opportunity to speak, Deltz made a long speech in which, he alleged h'e -was the victim of the lumber "trusts. levelled as ne Orozz'o negotiated. Madero ccl the [soldiers to shoot him, vjeing his calm, demeanor they cheered him in- stead. Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. acres-in T. 6, R. 15, and per acre, 1-4 cash, balance in three years. acres in T. 6, R. per acre, 1-3 cash balance easy terms. This land is the steam plow proposition on the market, all within six miles oi the proposed Lethbridge-Weyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, ALTA. A lively runaway took place here; today of a team belonging to the P. j Burns Co., Ltd. They bolted froriij the vicinity of the Hudson's Bay Co. SECRETARY OF WAR RESIGNS Washington. May retary of War Jacob McGavick Dickinson, of Tennessee, the Democratic member of Presi- dent Taft's cabinet, has re- signed. Henry L. 'Stimson, of New York, recently defeated republican candidate for gov- ernor of that state, has been given the portfolio. This an- nouncement was made from, the White House tonight. BOARD OF TRADE WORKS FOR BY-LAW store and made -a rapid dash up Main street to the west end before being captured. The wagtin, to which they were hitched, -was dragged! to the along on its side, but, the damage en-j Cranbrook. B. C., May 13. Ar- tailed was not verv creat.' ransemcnts have now been made to 1 celebrate Victoria Dav with' baseball Steam Coal Can supply in carload lots' LetiiW laiid Bank of Commerce Building FOR TRIP IN AEROPLANE Paris, May booking office -has. been opened here for the saletof seats in an aeroplane and next door is life insurance The "rates at the ticket office are for one -round of the aerodrome at jssy near Eiffel tower, ten dollars. Fire, Plate Glass, Burglary, Automobile, Employers' Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. Asquith Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 30S-1 Automobile Livery Competent Chauffeur Rates moderate H. Robinson Phone 1156 7.19 Sixth Street South VICTORIA -MANSIONS .LETHBEIDGE THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING INALBEKTA SELECT FASHIONABLE MODEBN DECORATED AND FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE SUITES OF APARTMENTS tVITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM S20 PER MO. SUITES ACCOMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM 525 PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM. DRAWING ROOM. PRIVATE BATH- ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE For reservations apply at Mansions Office from FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. 3 to 5. p. m. A light but insistent rain started this morning and has been falling all' Sames- day, the-temperature being on the cool side. Doubtless a warm rain Would be more acceptable, but all I hands here think any kind of moisture is acceptable at this particular stage of the season. An effort will likely be made to have the Spokane Flyer stop at Pincher Station, by sending a peti- tion with 100 names to the C.P.R. requesting that this be dorre. A young; lady named Miss P. Pope of fountain Mill, was operated on at the hospital here on account of a pe- culiar of losing her voice. The removal of a tumor from her throat gave the necessary relief, and she is now able to use her voice as usual. W. A. Fraser. dry goods and cloth-j ing merchant has placed his stock in the hands of the Chicago Sales Co. ifor a two weeks' sale. Mr. Fraser leaves town after the sale. -The Mental Company of mesmer- ists, vocalists and slight-of-band tricks showed at the opera house on Wednesday and Thursday to poor j houses. The entertainment was a' 'very fair one, all through. j A man named Virtue from the con- j camp of the Kootenay horse races- for local horses jand athletic events. 'Although this I decision was arrived at rather late, Jan active committee "lias-charge of the j arrangements and provided good' wea- t-her prevails, a thorough good day's j sport is William Whyt-e, of ihe C.P'.R., who i is on one of his usuai" tours of in- 'spect.ion, was.Here today and express i ed his gratification with the excellent this part of the country had I made since his last trip. Mr. Whyte i inspected Hit- Railway- Y. M. C. A. .and seemed much pleased with the success and support which, it had made in such a short time. Two slight ncciiients on the Crow j line near here were reported-today, I but no one The Board of Trade have .appointed a con it tee to canvass support forj the Sewerage Bylaw which comes be- fore the electors on the 22nd. That there will be opposition to 'the by- law seems to be only too true. This opposition is much, regretted, as it is I bnsed upon extraneous matters which I have no connection with the ques- tion of sewerage'directly or indirect- jly. It is to be hoped better counsels prevail before election day and will they road, was operated on the _ opposition hr Dr Connor, for appendicitis! and xvorkln? aSalnst the V'est interests is settin 8ATTDEFORD ENGAGES CITY ENGINEER j Battlcford, Sask.. May Kit-: I son, 'late of the firm of Smit.b, Kerry j I land Chace, Toronto, has been PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any building we have built in the West." So writes a large firm for whom we had a large contract. engaged as town engineer in PHONE 1472. WELLINGTON BROS. You're Sure of Good Work from Us. along al! right, OI Pincher has engaged a firm jinstal waterworks, and the system1 will soon be in operation. H. A. Kanouse left this week 071 a month's visit to Fcrnie. In a eood many instances seeding {operations are through in this