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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3, 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 rc J. R. Anderson, Manager BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 2 1 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 ott Block Next Six Months Will See an Average of a Munici- pality Every Horus Brought Into Being-Novel Movement to Elimin- i f ate Insanity-May Day as Moving i Day a Failure this Year j (From Our Own Correspondent.) .ers and expressmen are much pwturh-! .Montreal, May the end of ed. For many years it has been the coming summer there will be at. most impossible to secure for this day! jJeasi one hundred and seventy new any sort of a vehicle in which goods i towns in not counting those'and chattels could be moved unless j j which come into existence gradually'engaged far in advance. Hy common j :and in the natural course of evolutionjconsent practically the wnole city mov-i. 'from clusters of houses, into hamlets led just as regularly as the first of May! .and then into towns. Tbe one hun-'arrived. Of late years, however, thisj jdred and seventy will all be in theil'orm of unrest has been steadily on j ;West. the great, the glorious West, j the decrease, and this year, so farj iNot Cor them the humdrum process of las the appearance on the streets ofj development; they will'wagonloads of furniture went., was al-! !spring, full-panoplied, into being, with j most entirely lacking. Two causes i Hotels, courthouses, jails and all the'contribute to i.his of ill'fairs, ac- improvements, on paper, to the sorrowing moving man. small railroad station, a mile or so'.in the first place it is becoming aj jof siding, and unbounded hope and eoujvery general custom to date leases: 'fidencc in the future as actual assets, from October 1, instead of .May l.j The Canadian Pacific- will be rr-spon-: while the general increase of prosper! sible for fifty of them, the Grind ity among the poorer Telegraph in- 'struments are ticking. Liekcrs r.re biu- ietiers are ringing and clerks and ig up queer fig- i ur Acreage. Close in. Good sub- division land. per acre, easy terms Phone 623. Sixth St. oPp Bank of Montreal. was j lie French her iarcc sale- of horsf.s here lo- iifidcmiin. ,jay, bur few of tlic lots changed hands and buyers were scarce. C. F. Leeds has .sold his flock of 2-SO bheej-i through Price and inri they been shippod to Salmon' Arm. H. C. Dr. .Sieevi's and George Simpson iiuvr in-.automobiles. Vvhcnc'V-rr you see a hoii.se wftti all ;kcn> wiiidows broken in Chiresholm, rs are deftly! j; -s a sign positive "thai it is to It--.' i, sound, tele-! it seems a hardship... tha.t owner.1; of houses have only to vacate them lo atir.iet the alien lion'of boys with .stones, and greater .hard- noiseless JVDOW cure them before it becomes too To this end it is planned lo establish! here an institution where- ;ed children shall be examined alicets_ .registered, since if tne Condition .is! pdr Uave. !recogni7.ed soon enough me child to roof the atl s youthiul cre- -enerally be cured. Under the pres- j l_'f v, al ion goes impuriishcu -all the time, being taken apparently us a matter of course. If. might, be ;i good idea, 1 however, if one or two of the hoys cumen of rnod-j brought before lhc -I. P. just hv wav of a change, as it might at mentally deficient children to a re- formatory, from which they are re- leased in a few months often worse than they were before entering. Un- jiier the new plan they not be re- leased until they are cured. If this proposal does succeed in eiirnin atins the overworked defence ancient wearing are fast being swept. away by modern business methods and the energy ;ind ern business minds. so as President of the Board of j Trade. j The Oddfellows KVill, CTaresholm, is j the chief place for entertainments in j Claresholm, and it may be that be-j cause of the hard times little inir- j provernent has beeti made on it, but j jits present state is np credit to thej town the friendly society to i w-iiieh it, ht-lnngs. Outside appears a j sign to be read from the.train irierhnd.'1 though what that means no nvttn knows. Inside, on bare walls, decorated with the remains of i bunting and lO-eent flags left over from some- dance, appears on several placards the awful notice. "Spitting Prohibited. Fine." Whether there is- any spitting or not the writer is but at any rate the pen- ait y has never been enforced and the is that account of liiis notice in this hall and elsewhere O.arcsholni is in one respect at least, 1 spotless town. A little.paint would work a -change. If all the little towns in Alberta as loud as Carhiangay, what a headache the Minister of Agricul- ture would have. Conflsgrations Numerous alarms have been far in of this year in comparison with the) Regret is expressed at'the news ENGLISH FIRMS TO BUILD MACHINERY SHUT OU" sanity in criminal cases, it. is not period 'oijast year, bmct ,iial T_ w_ Claresholm Ottawa, May official an-( probable that a long suffering public; 1st of January. S.i. runs were made Review, is leaving town, In-.vine sold nouncement that Canada's naw is to! f i-lni 1'iVo iri i Mr 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 finest steam Dlow proposition on the market, all within six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-Weyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. wilj be willing to erect a monument tojthe various divisions of the fire bri- p u_ its sponsor. jgade up to the first of May understood. Quiet Moving Days jmg the same period jn 1910 the "-Otaj Monti-ears long established and pic-j number was only Up to the first Fver bidd8rs for four and sixjj he :be home built, eliminates all is American steel or machinery he will be on tilers used- The liaraes of the success-j U'-resQiie May First moving day is fast j of -Tune last i disappearing, and as a result van own-pered SOT. wir the runs made num DEPARTMENT TO RESIST APPEAL bably not be heard till July, which j means a couple of months' delay be- jfore the 'board can get to work. The department of labor T.-ill fight the ap- plication with a view to determiing !a. precedent, upon which future action Scan be taken. iH PAPERS PRAISE LAURIER Criticism of Speeches byj Austin Chamberlain and j Bonar Law Jury's Verdict in Case of Death of Supposed Suicide Caliury. where stall of a well destroyers, of vessels, propelling en gines and boilers must be built in n' has been exceeding popular was. varrf in Canada> looked upon as a keen, enthusiastic the materials and machinery used j ciVixen, and an ornament to tiie jour- jn the equipment must, be of Canadian1! nalisiie profession. has certainly''manufacture, when possible, and in done well by Claresholm, both in his any case musi be manufactured with- capacity as a newspaper man and al- in the British Empire. Chariottetown. P. E. I., May London. May Liverpool 'strangulation, whether by a person Dailv Post, vesterday. says if. is im- or Persons unknown, was he verdict The coal heavers employed bv the portant for Austen Cham'oerlain and of the jury in the case of Ottawa May The department of and the coal ardiBonar Law to talk as though William Molyne, found har.ced Arthnr. have ap- knew better than'thc Lanrier Cabinet ;jt her home r F anad ut J- on -in- J ne had been acting through the .j-.-wu the appointment of a -board The vevv thing to drive of justice, is taking steps to resist to invegtigate ,be griev.iof the Empire" would be to prevent appeal of the Canada United Shoe between the men and the com- her entering into relations wiih chinery Co.. from the decision of The'board will be named short- United States likely to bring her pros of King's Bencn at Quebec, perity. cler which the hoard which was appoint j ed. the Anti-Combines Act, wasj authorized to proceed with the enquiry! into the allegation that the company! is operating as a monopoly. Tbej company has filed a notice of an ap-< of Douglas church, Montreal. plication for leave to appeal to thai has accepted an invitation to come privy council which leave must be! to Broadway Tabernacle, Toronto. ted bet< its The application will pro-.' Rev. Dr Hincks has accepted a call I to Trinity Methodist, church. Toronto. To nil this vacancv Rev. Dr. YV. R. The Newcastle Daily Chronicle says now that Canada is justifying; her title to be the country of the "wej f---r.tury. The value of Laurier's work i. becoming more fully recognised. The Manchester Guardian says the. policy of freedom bus given the their greatness. Liberals find buried and disinterred, owing to r foul play. Henry Campbell. J. P.. ibe man who found the body, de- 'dared there was no chair or anythingij upon which the woman could have stood near the place where the rp- were found, and the physician J who performed tbe autopsy many of the signs accompany in.? stranjrula- tion were ebsent. An arrest is expected shortly. VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBRIDGE THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING IX ALBERTA FOR SALE. seven roomed fully mod- ern houses, with fire places and full basements, close in. 5350 cash handles and bal- ance arranged. One six roomed fully mod- ern house on Crabb St., cash and bal. arranged. Also sec. raw land. For particulars apply to 719 6TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 1156 Fire. Plate Glass, Burglary. Automobile, Employers' Liability. Accident and Life Insurance. Asquith Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phons 1183 P.O. Drawer 3031 MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands SELECT FASH FOX ABLE MODERN DECORATED AND FURNISHED IX THE ELPZGAXT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE SUITES OF APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM PER MO. SUITES ACCOMODATING FOUH PERSONS FROM PER MO. INrLUDFNG RED ROOM. ROOM. PRIVATK HATH JIOOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE granted 'before the proceeds on j The changes will not occur until Juno abilitv to treat with PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING most satinfictorr Interior of any building we have built in So writes a firm for whom we had a large contract. onies in United Slates on eaual terms jusfifi- cation for their faith. However, i; may be that, a disguised Imperial pro- v? fprencc means keeping the colonies political and commercial c GERMANS PLEASED KAISER'S i! For reservations apply at. Mansion? Office FRED W. DOWNER. PROP. to p. i; I 310 7th St. So-atb Phone 363 WELLINGTON BROS. FMO-NI 1472. You're Sure of Good Work from j of the Mother Country. II Berlin, May echo the! pleasure that the Kaiser expressed forj dependence1 ?''e of his recepfion in Enp-l iind. The Nord Detstschfr. officially! endorsing Ihe gratitude, says that C-or-j mnnv will treasure the friendly The Prairie Aencies Limited Sherlock St, You will Have to Hurry i We are building a beautiful modern j BUNGALOW, close in. Has fireplace, etc. Plans can be altered, if you act. quick, to suit buyer. Easy price. Easy i terms. THE of the Kaiser, and hope- ihat thej it visit will be of a lasting value to thcjj) BURGLAR SENTENCED j Sherbrooke. Qne., May relations of the two 'Moore, the Danville Bank hurjnar. Tbo Irnperi.il yacht iloifcnxollern [was sentenced to seven years in the stopped Flushing for the night, and i penitentiary by Judge Mulvens. Moore will sail for Kiel today. While ihad pleaded guilty to the charge of ing aerogrnMi pick- jhank burglary at Danville. ?nd -.vU'n-ed up tne new Cunarri ptramship As- 'breaking our of th? jail jfania. which is oti trip, a previous sitting of the courts. 'greetings were exchanged. Successors To 110 Fifth Street South. THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. KQUIPMENT and THL1NC, DKVICHS in st.cel and wood. TYPBYA'KITKRS and TYPEWRITER Sl'PPUKS and OFFICE PHONE P.O.BOX 122. respect fully from out of town Ail inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call again. Land Co. The Dowsley-McMillaR Land Co. Phone 544 ;