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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. May THE DAILY BKRALH PagcS. The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond acres broken- A 1 per cash-for this week only F. C. Lowes J. R. Anderson, Manager VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBRJDGE THK FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING IX ALBERTA. 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 ?20 PER MO. SUITES ACCOMODAT1NG FOUR PERSONS PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM. DRAWING ROOM. PRIVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. Five Happy and Heedless Future Kings and Queens The For reservations apply at Mansions Office from 3 to FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. o. p. in. From left, to right are the en at the Adriatic resort of Abazzia.' The two little Hesse prinvcs are; of Russia, Princess Margarita was a wonderful collec-.the children of Grand Dukr i'Crr-.cst of! (Jrecce, Prince Ludv.'ig of Hesse. 1'rin- ion of iiri'ierinJ. kingly a p. I children this spring, cess Theodora of Greece, and Prince: ago 'Jeorge of Hesse. >f] also ,ne roya] chiMr-n of It The photograph of ihe uuiniette c" they were taken back horn? jijcnildren of royal efteie of which parents to lie' ''.resent at cut is a reproduction, was ink-'Italian jubilee celebrations. Hesse, one of the royal! j houses of 'he German empire, and the' i.'K-lL'd-1 Princesses Margarita and Theodora of' arc the children of Prince andj hyii'rincess Andreas, the latts-r of lie (was r. fiattenfoerja. and i? esteemed jof the loneliest princesses in Europe, i 1191 Ott and restaurant. We welcome him rtv The Prairie Agencies Limited u We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, 21-2 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 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATHROP.....RESIDENT MANAGER MAS I MAS IN NEWS -as luck would have it. and wss Blanche .t iree rom iu caught him without. imher iron Masiuasin. Muv 1 Walsh, of Pincher City, is visiting friends in 2-12. Mr. Vemo.i. of Lucky was Jin this locality last j ing to business affairs. Thomas Knutsen I j The Masinasin Baseball Savjgcs journeyed to Milk River on i'jsi to show the team at that place a stunts about the great Amcricini of to dence .and insufficient practice on th no home on i Sunday. Mr. John Fauske's horse became un- manageable while i ;single, and broke i The rains o' the past week have jput the soil in excellent condition. jevciTbody is improving every niomen: by getting all the breaking done pos-i______-------------- jsibls. and some have sewn to crop. and AIrs the shafts on .tb.e but did not sot avruy. MR. HOMESEEKER We have a house witb furnace and sewer connections for payable 5400 cash, and per month until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY [K5URANCE LOANS SHERLOCK buggj part of the Savages they were beaten damage was done, by a narrow like: MY. Carl Jacob-son, of Grnnum. pass-. It was a very ragged ox-''er] through Sundial district on Wed-J on. his way 10 Lost brother Garnion jBill and Slim .Miller. How- jever. believe if a few of our old "has beer.s" get out behind the barn 'and work out, they will be able to (With Miss Ira M. Poiiiers as teacher. 'There are about thirty scholars en- 'rolled. -MASINASIN NEW6 is a very ragged ex- hibition of baseball and the only fea- nesday, c it'ires cr the game wns the rooting of -vVhere''lii No otn-j Fencing seems to be the order of I Masinasin, Alta., May Bell, jtJie day now, as nearly everybody is.of Minnesota, and Miss Margaret An- i'encing his place. The crops are get-jderson, of Masinasin, were united in ring so large, thc stock running marriage at the home of the bride by large take to the grain for pasturage. ;Kev. Griffith, on Saturday, May 6. lues. ,t; jiug. Heyieus is hauling out lumber! Trie groom is an enterprising young be reraemoered mat he did some lhe for the farmer, and the bride is an a'ccompliBh- 'cd young lady, respected in the com- threshing- through here years of a lar He expects to rjove is lazily 10 FOR Two sersn roomed fwllr em with ji and .full basements, cloae in. 1350 cash and bal- ance arranged. six roomed fully mod- ern house on Crabb cash and bal. arrajaseA- 3-4 sec. ra-w laad. Tor partfculars apply to 719 ST. SOUTK PHONE ItSft Alex. Ashton made, a business trip to m unity in which she lives. Mr. BeH hcome and we would be pleased next. tal.. where lie expect? tOj3even Persons on .Monday last. I has been in Canada for quite a while, iro hear from Lucky-Strike. Artorado, .run his fruit, farm, which he has re-j s s_ Richargson, 0. X. Olson ind'havimc proved up. and sold his home- -or any of the nearby locali- jcently. c Helgersoa attended the Board1 stead V KIpp Coulee. ties, if iney are under r.he impression The srass- through our countn- is- I that they can play some'baH'. 'looking" fine. Tlic-re appears to he quite a bit of moisture, and we ex- e able tn put 'of Trade 'the iith. meeting at Lethbridge on! The young couple started for their future home on the following Jlonday. Us. Wilkie Kerr in. Good sub- per acre, Acreage. Close division land, easy terms Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. I A few of'the more skeptical ones a re now convinced, no doubt, that it a DU ailu "e H. c. Xewemlorp, auditor for the Citi Miss Alma, sister of the -bride, accom- rain in Sunny Southern Albena. as p8Ci: to be. a e pul Lumber Co.. in" them a? far as Lethbridge. arc'at-this writing getting-a good -vear- iu oi: ha-ving to ham .week, the- company's; The writer joins in with their many first real rain of the sea- -if loug mil. -s. to keep -our stock [friends'wishing them a long life of jov ISOTI. This will start The grain off from -starvation ..iiis wntcr, .and we; Bou, bal] at Seven! and happiness. nicely and banish the fears of a re- are looking forward to a bumper ]asc priday- evenins. BOW Is-] otto and 'Erick'.Bichorst started for j petition of List Jear.. _ 'crop. ija, ,'i he game, score j Lethbridge todav where they are in- it vvoiild be fine ir more peoule i yir Airs C K -randoa r would encourage growing trees Jj Hiere seeius to a to live tms summer. try to get. some brush started around an I daughters Anna, Clara and Selma sctcleds .unloading- .their cars of! IS heir homes. -Imperially those who MrTnd NEWFOUNDLAND have an abundance ot water to help uea al l101 1 spring. RECIPROCITY along for the firs: year by -oak- 'Lunagaarcl on bunaay. Board of Tratie are ver.- FOR r B. M. Lyons went to Lethbridge Fire, Plate'Glass, Burglary. Automobile, Employers' Liability. Accident and Life Insurance. 7 Asquith Lindsey Real Estate and Financial- Broken. Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 30B1 Box El- ,'.re not on Thursday after som llioOO acres in T. 6, R. lo, and 6-1 per acre, 1-4 cash, balance in three years. i acres in T. 6, R. per acre, 1-3 cash balance easy terms. This land is the finest steam Dlow proposition on the market, all within six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-Weyburn Railroad.. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONAUD SLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. ing the ground occasionally, der, Ash Cottonwoods hard to raise. "Our old friends'-' the c.dtl are back among us ngsi'n. in spite of (-0 7aber a'l our efforts for protection. Wo have a few fine cattle dogs, however, and ,-jll the time they have to around this year, will not be much. Don't let anyone on n't use dogs land. Koep them moving, fencing iiv.ich as much enthused with the prospects pfj 'the Asotiated Boards of Trade. Whit-j seed oats. me aua-i UL J.KIUC. ivuit-- _, o ft- Simeon and v j] ony Will Share in 'the Benefits nd Mrs. Howard Jordan, New 'New- Springs next October, also to foundland .hopes to. be admitted to a -try and help land the at share in the reciprocity agreement (between the United States and Canada The Ladies' Aid ol the Presbyterian! is the announcement of Sir Edward to serve lunch the Newfoundland Premier. for' iChurch are goinj ;meals all'day the .May. I who is in New York on his way to the Our ball team have "a. fine-diamond Coronation. on Thursday, returnin Friday. Messrs. Matthews. Griffiths, Farley and Kmitscn went to tell' vou that you bridge on Monday. on your own -Mr. Howard Jordan is working nil J. B. Evans ,t Co. tprf, -0 3n-J J1r- Leo Went t0 that it has been plowed Lena ine s.s sroali us on to meet.his sister. .Grace Cutler, who is expected from Mr. De May, recently from Montana, 'Couvin Snrir- Mont lias his ..ion.. Jon the 3. E. 1-4 of KM3 Mr The L'I1JOn Rle6tS Maj' js a married man and formed in the S'imlial 3nd (from Detroit, Mich. delegates Irom sll ljcen Esther Wit tin _ j _ Have you poisoned your gophers? neighboring unions are expected lohvriaay tiij Tuesday. j'be treated as is Canada, and placed have, and have had splendid re- meet. j Scabeck made a trip to Carman- on the same footing. c'.ean- ofi and put in first class condition.' SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet. Valley, May Kolden 'I have followed the tariff situation, as it is now developing between the United States and Canada with keen said the Premier, "and T hope that if any reciprocity arrange- ment is linally aareed upon between from'the two countries, Newfoundland wiflj I suits. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market l 0 eac "HOMESTEADER." Another new scholar started school ]ast Tuesday. Mr. Colvin. Roy and Lbe two Mcpherson's ac- porting very largely from the United SUNDIAL HAPPENINGS Mr. Jesse Da vies vis-: ted Monday and. Tuesday at Walter Matthews'. Wednesday. There are now ing like twenty attending school. [coinpanied him. Messrs. Huston. Roberts and G. W.l made a busiriess trip j Lethbridge last week. jot my country. are developing; Mr. Messenger, of Carmangay, is vis- new industries of which Folklaml went TO Lethbridge on busi-' "The colony I. represent is now im- b'tates, and, in return the United States is taking many of the productsj thosa who attended Mr. Leu Fianagin went to the coil iting 'Earl .Tones a few days. Mr. Herman Holden made a trip to would be beneficial, to tlie United j under a of dance at Bowville. on April on Tllcsda-v- ......__________ Mr. Craig, of Sundiai. j -Mrs- Rose aiul Miss Alflrogh on Friday. the reciprocity order. The great min- Mrs. S. Knutsen and son Louis visit-lMiss Mac called at Ensell's on Miss Mary Stark and Mrs. wealth of Newfoundland js only cd Thcmas Knufsen JRickett called On Mrs. Shirley, Sr., lastijust beginning to gim recognition. r on Sunday. j Methodist services were well flav want to develop a trade Miss M. Engen'called on Mrs. on ail-d there .will be ser-; Be not ro Rioketr. fresh fish by cold stora.ce. sen on Friday. i vices again Mr. Dcios Fianigan made a trip .to Claresholrn last week. Mr. Herb. Reir.ner is laid up at Car- m The sup-j ,Mr. Baughman or Mr. Tfolden "Yan-jply of halibul. herring, salmon, lob- i welcome. jkees." as r.l'icy arc full fledged Canarl-jster and other fish is practically unlim-'j j .Mr. Sivert Blaken came out on Tues-lians. having taken out aflldavils toned. on May 21. Everybody i Iday the stage. h situated nortli of tke track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. mangay with spell of sickness -'turned from North Dakota, where hej Rul, hope he wi'l recover SOOn hvas nutting in his crop. He will Mr. Johii Fauske weni to his farm aear on Thursday, returning on Friday. jLuke. Mrs. Cannon and sons Ciifton and I Clifford had the misfortune