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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May-10. THE LETHBKIDGK DAILY H13JRAU) Page 3, The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond acres broken-- A 1.-land-Si 7 per acre cash-f or this week only F. C. Lowes Co J. R. Anderson, Manager BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. Phone 1191. 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 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. THE O. T. LATHROP 0. W. KERR CO. .....RESIDENT MANAGER Wilkie Kerr Acreage. Close in. Good sub- division land. per acre, easy terms Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal, m'hd Official of the Interior Department Explains and Defends the Transfer of Lands to the Rail- way Company-Perfectly Legitimate Transaction Calgary. May report that i an election is not improbable 'a U: lale fall I'fil tO ili vunui in i mo j (ruling, and both of the .old are either making plans or .ire dirt- i cussing liie idea of making; plans. j The Conservatives are much more j active in this matter than ihe Liber- als. For sonic time they have been under the impression that an elec- tion was coming on at an early date, and have had an organiser in the 1 i field for many months. The Conserva- j lives at one time believed that there might be an election in .June. Now i they believe that parliament will be 'held over The results of the census will be in, and that then there will be a. redistribution some I time in September or early in Octo- her, and an election will be brought on in November. The election will then be upon the one issue of reciprocity. lv does not seem as though 1 he Liberals are a! all anxious to get away from a pro- pram of that, kind, they pre- ferred lo have the country maK'e a trial of reciprocity before taking a vote upon it. Mr. McCurthv Will Not Run Ottawa. Mav su-, that nn the basis of 1 pcrinlfrificnt, of railways ;uul swamp oi .swamp lauds there was i'lands, was under, examination this tin per morning by the comr.it tee which is i inquiring into the Oliver charges. Me :said "that he became superintendent of 'amis in and subsequent to .'the time which the original Ian.I grant .was made to ihe Manitoba and Southwestern railway, ihe grant tx- itending from Winnipeg to Lake of ihe i Woods', r. (listruico of 110 miles. The original onier-in-counci! tir-.ted October HI. l.SDl, a sidy not exceeding fi.'l.ifi acres per jniile. It stipulaH'd That lands .'rust be selected east of lied Deer, in Mi-n- itoba and ruusl be fairly fit for set- jtiement, the Minister to hr ihe In an order-in-co'.mcil was The question of candidates is again passed renewing the grant -uni cxciting the politicians. The leading lating that owing to arrangement wi-th the Manito Conservatives say that Mr. McCarthy j will not run again. He made a simi-'swamp lands con lar announcement before the last government, be given to a raiiwav as any option of jjrant. vi j election, but-pressure was brought to j Young read the order-m-council MR. HOMESEEKER We have a house with furnace and sewer connections for payable 5400 cash, per month until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE SHERLOCK bear upon him and he reconsidered on ]t his decision. The same pressure will auirv hinscs. time the graiit was made, 227.-i IKMI acres of fit land still available in i eastern Manitoba. .Mr. Young said however, that thc swamp lands exceed per cent. Mr. Crothers "Did you jump at it i that there only 2D.UOO ucres i j .Mr. Young said that there was con- siderable correspondence between the government and the C. N. II. which vent to show that while there more land it was ot an 'inferior kind. .Mr. Meijchen "-Will you say that since ifl'jfl lands, equal to the jirant have not been taken out in lioinc- s Mr. Youns "Yes, I think so. He j promised to place before the com- j mil !ce (ir.urcs of blank homesteads in Manitoba. j Mr. Young quoted correspondence with the object of showing; that IIP iput up as strong a case as he could I against the claims of thc company. I THE MOLSONS. BANK INCORPORATED, 1855. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL. Capital Paid Reserve Fund 80 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AGENTS and CORRESPONDENTS in all the Principal Cities of the r.MTED STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and in all parts tof the World. LETTERS OF CREDIT in GREAT BRITAIN and'all EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. 11 you are going to THE CORONATION you will need one. Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards received and interest allowed from date deposit. This bank endeavors to give prompt and intelligent attention to all business and invites your Account. Lethbrhlge Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER UGLY BABY IS GIVEN AWAY GORGEOUS GOWNS Solomon in All His Would Have Looked Rather Shabby Washington, May Friends .Mrs. -John Havs Hammond, wife Chicago. May tbeir j baby was not pretty, an Aurora couple (turned it over to the Aurora City hos- jpital, asking that a iiome be found for it. The authorities refused to divulge the name of the couple, but say that they are prominent in social circles. aild thafc the baby is of normai size.. has big brown eyes, and'is strong. Nu- merous Aurora people have asked that they be allowed to adopt the ba'by. 11 which the, en- j .jjat could be satisfied in j the special ambassador to the coron- I eastern Manitoba. Me provided aiation of King George V., who have iiicuiorandun'. to the Minister o? Fen- j been allowed to peep at the plans for j ruary 11, 1907, and reference was j her robes, say they are to be wonder- made to a letter from Mackenzie, but fui ;infi gorgeous creations. There are sets forth thc Man- had not be brought to bear upon him this and railway year. 'passed under control of the C.X.R., Without Mr. McCarthy the Conser-I and that owing to the amount of vativcs are somewhat at sea for a 'swamp lands in eastern Manitoba, not i ,.e sajd so. far had not been j to be four special gowns., one for her candidate. The of T. M. Twee- morc acres of fit land lf) produce the letter. j presentation at court, one for the cor die, .1. T. Macdpnald, William George eastern Manitoba was available and Mr young said that he was pres- j onation, one for the gala, opera and authorized select the remaining or enl ar an between Mr. OU-jnne for the royal garden party at major portion of the grant in the ver ivir and Col. David-j Buckingham palace, province of Saskatchewan. lsollj commissioner of the C son and Rufus Pope, who lives in the city at the present time, are men- tioned. The Liberals have no more decided FOR SALE. Two seven roomed fully mod- ern houses, -with fire places and full basements, close in. cash handles and bal- ance arranged.. One six roomed fully mod- ern house on Crabb St., cash and bal. arranged. Also 3-4 sec. raw land. For particulars apply to 719 6TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 1156 Mr. Meislien hrited the O.X.R. ft., al which it. was suggested that plans about a candidate than the that :iic lands in cas-j other might be substituted for Conservatives, provided thai Mr. .Me-i lcni Manitoba depreciated in val- j these in Manitoba, and the witness tie and asked if at: enquiry had. been'stated frankly that had the matter Carr.hy declines to run. They have no organizer yet. They believe that with a. good c-amiiiiaie they could do- feat Mr. McCarthy. They irealize that thc task "of winning wiLhoul 5Jr. j Was McCarthy as an opponent is much >irjo you 1n'at. iwas not available in eastern Several of these gowns are being fashioned abroad by modistes familiar j- with the intricacies of court dressing, but, true to her patriotic instincts, Mrs. Hammond is purchasing the ac- he! ii as to i tion. M-r. Young amount of dcprecia- i-jCCn forced more, the C. N. R-might cessories at American establishments. acres in T. 6, R. 15, and per acre, 1-4 cash, balance in, three years. acres in R. per acre. 1-3 cash balance easy terms. This land: is the finest, steam plow proposition on the market, all witnin six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-'vVeyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. easier than with him. The names ot Col. Walker, .las. Short, Stanley L. Dr. McDotigali and others are mentioned as probable candidates. Both parties scorn to assume that in (.he distribution Calgary 'city will have one scat added. I have been forced to take a little more lid.not think the; than acres in Manitoba, but Mr. Carvcll he was absolutely fixed in the idea enough land that the amount of land "Except for the court gowns I have found that there is Nothing which American firms can not supply as available j satisfactorily, and, even more so, than Mani- toba to satisfy the whites-of the rail- way 1" Mr. Younu: "'Dherc- would fall far short of meeting the any shop in said Mrs. Ham requirements. To Mr. Mcighen the witness said roond today. "My tiaras, necklaces and bracelets have been made in this not the j the lands fit for.-settlement in Sas- j coimtrv." BIG BATTLE IN MEXICO Gulican State of Sinaloa via Noagles, Mexico, May has just react- ed, here of a twelve day battle which occurred at the town of Corealain. A force of rebels said to have num- bered 1400 assaulted the town which has a population of seven thousand and was garrisoned by 400 federals. Fighting continued with little intermis- sion during the entire period. abuut- that." Me add- katchewan would be more valuable Sapphires and Emeralds j The. gown which Mrs. Hammond J will wear at Westminster on corona-! tion day is being created by Worth. It is a nrarvelous white satin trim- j nied with peacock feathers, the j "eyes" of which are real sapphires j and emeralds. With-this gown Mrs.! Hammond will wear a tiara of emer- Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market each situated north of the track VICTORIA LETHBRIDGE THE FINEST APAETMEXT BUILDING IN ALBERTA slightcst ii cd that at that time all the avail-j than in Manitoba, but there was a able lands had been a lien a ted. j {invitation. He would not say thai- Mr. Crothers: "Who determined j jt was three or four times as valu- that there were only acres able. available for settlement j M-r. Mcighcn "Was any effort Mr. Young: "I think the action j made to get. compensation fron< the was taken on my judgment. 1 knew j increased there was no area from which the! Mr. Young; "Not that I know grant could he satisfied. Tf the !_oi." j aids and diamonds, with necklace, swair.p lands would have teen suffici-j To Mr. Carvel I the witness said j bracelets and earrings of the same ent land available for the purpose." j that his contention was that prac- j stones, the eardrops being hjstoric After a study of maps Mr. Young j ticaily all the lands which it was j and at one time the property ot-Cath- _____ __ .-____ _ j suggested should he set aside ering II. of Russia. .._.._ _ _. railway have since been set aside as Another gown is a robin's egg blue swamp lands for the province of Man- satin, made with an" over-drapery of j itoba. j net, studded with pear-shaped pearls, j To Mr. Crothers he said that the and to be worn with a tiara and neck- agreement as to the exchange for lands was reached Fire, Plate Glass, Burglary. Automobile, Employers1 Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. Asquiih Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 SELECT FASHIONABLE MODERN DECORATED AND FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE SUITES OF APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM S20 PER MO. SUITES ACCOMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM, DRAWING ROOM. PRIVATE BATH ROOM. STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE For reservations apply at Mansion? Office from 3 to -5. p. m. FREO Wi DOWNKIt, PROP. at other interviews between the Mirus- ler and Wtn. Mackenzie, president of j the C., N. R. He could not say who suggested the urea, from which the. lands would be selected Personally lie had no knowledge, of the new limds chosen, bur. he would take the selec- tion by other companies as the basis of his judgment. Thc eon-.mittce adjourned and will not meet again until the house re- sumes business in ,Uiiv. FOR ALBERTA The Prairie Agencies Limited To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. KS in and wood. PPLIES and OFFICE 110 Fifth Street South.- OFFICE EQUIPMENT and FILiXG I l and TYPSV.'RITKIi SPECIALTIES. PHONH P.O.BOX 122. We resiiectMiy solicit correspondence from out of town points. All inqinnes promptly answered. call agair.. The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. First Congregational church. Ham-] Albert, the six-year old son of Mon. of which Rev.'W. E. Gilroy isjbert Figg. of Salem Ont.. fell 6S feel pastor, will have a new edifice. lover a cliff and was badlv injured FAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any building we have built in the West." So write? a large firm for whom we had a large contract. lace of diamonds. The .gown-is made with a court train o? blue brocade, showing rich blue and gold tones, and woven on the same loom which for generations has turned oat silver and I gold brocade for the czarinas of Rus- sia. The train of this gown, sus- pended from the shoulders, lies four yards on ihe floor. It is in-the dis- tribution and adjustment of the heavy- weight by means of hooks and other contrivances that the skill of the court dressmaker is shown. Mr. H-amn-.ond will wear convention a! black evening dress at the corona- tion, while most, of the other special ambassadors will be resplendent in gold lace and gorgeous uniforms. Mrs. Hammond is hard at work ar- ranging the infinite small details of the .'lavish entertainments in- tend to give in 'their London house during coronation week. They have Rrooks. Alia., May 17.--Thc con- taken the house of Baron Burdett j Tract or for the Duke of Sutherland's] Con UK, on Si ration street, Piccadil- j 'house, fo he. built on his big ranch jly. spacious ;ir.d rambling house jihrco miles northeast of Brooks, me beautifully adapted for JRi rived in town, and there will soon i I be a scene of activity that. way. j j Several carloads of lumber and otii-j jer buildinp material are now due to; 'arrive. There will be considerable! goir.p on on the big ranch this season, but the main building op-i orations will extend into next sum-1 mer. The duke will no doubt have ai ________ mansion that will be one of the most] conspicuous and interesting features! Xorton, of the undulating landscape in (he 'he American ArcheologicaJ cinity of ii is net pro- .expert it ion to Cyrene. returned here ibable that tho duko and his on board of Allison Artmur's j..iifiui a of their and proceeds to London, where in Southern Alberta home, wjl! spend ihe summer. Mr. }ie will maintain an establishment hereiton that Decone. the member ofj that will require the constant care party who was killed some months j .attention of a retinue of was murdered -by two tribesmen j vnnts. Tno mansion ocrtipy had no relations with the wotk-j MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Leinds 310 7th St. Sontfo Phone 363 KILLED THE you Have to Hurr) WRONG MAN We are building a beautiful nioden, i BUNGALOW, close in. Has fireplace: i etc. Plans can be altered, if you ac; quick, to suit buyer. Easy price. Easv[ THE WELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472, You're Sure of Good Work from Us. point of land in full view of the railroad trains. of tile expedition. Mr. Xorton tha; he has ample proof that, the I murderers intended to kill him, killing TO GET ENTRY INTO WINNIPEG "econe by mistake. The expedition Winnipeg. The Midland most successful. Traces of the 'Railway commenced construction of Gyrene, built C. SSI. 'morning, on a lift, span bridge across pound, together with important fras- It'ne Assiniboine to get entry into of o.nlptures and portery. I city. 'work is to be resumed. Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Successors to The Dowsley-McMllla Land Co, The ;