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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. May 29.1911. THE LETHBRIDGE' DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If you arc imcrcstvd in the City of Medicine Hat. call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. C Lowes J. R. Anderson, Manager UNITED STATES LEGISLATION WORRIESJTHE CANADIANS Bills Presented in Believed to Be Aimed at Canada's Transportation (Mi Gi'eat Lakes Being in Vou'ue in Canada. tile question, the tide of building north ward within the last year has brought to light many new specimens of its gem-producing ability. is plen- ity ol' fool's the real yellow is.said by mineral- ogists, was once reported in bits uf brought up from ihe of a. building near Phillips square. DISTRICT NEWS fr BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ;much-talked-of crime wave, for the vie- Montreal. Mav of the-lim wa's Ollly "killed in a large transportation interests in Mon-'sense- Truc the tiliel was 1'ou-ht trc-al are questioning one another weapons which were loaded not to the meaning of certain blank cartridges, bur. with which appear in bills presented to the Jetp- Tlie bullels- however, were mails United'States House of wax- so thaL the slruck tivpg recently. They fear that thev injury. Tnis dueiliiiK ,vith are aimed against them, and are word- i 'bullets, which was tfte feature of ed wiih a view ro seeing to it that duelling competition. w" Canadian transportation interests wilh every of not benefit as a result of any and modern, is by no means j fed trai'i'Ic between Canada and the childish mutter. rue contestants i iteil States Kill which was armored with heaMly padded can troduced in the House of Rppresenia-: suits and have their heads pro tives by Mr. of Colorado, con tains the following clause: such precautions was illustrated L very vessel not of the United; f d In8tructor. wllo flred a! hood, and is spending: two weeks that shall arrive direct catalogue a distance her mother' Jame.8 ,Ust or ten vards, penetratedMe- returning to tneir home (1, Hridgeford, Sask. ROSEMEAD TITBITS Settlement has at last been made between the trustees and the contrac- tor. Jim Carver, of the Ellesmorc sehoolhouse, the trustees paying him 1.150. School commenced two weeks! ago. with Mr. W. Martin, of as teacher. j I .Morris Eggen had the misfortune to! 'have his leg broken while playing ballj at Mr. Hough's, on the 14th. Hlsi The dance given at Rosemead on: Jthe Kith, in honor of'Mr. and .Mrs. Da-; We are offering acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing- town. 256 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water at IS feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. 0. W. KERR CO. .....RESIDENT MANAGER THE O. T. LATH HOP her own country, its colony, or pos- session, in ballast, or with merchan- dise produced there, or with passen- jjsers in a less proportion than one- jj third of her burden of capacity, for I freight or passengers as aforesaid, shall pay a duty on the gross measure- ment in addition to the regular duty imposed 'by law as follows: On all ves- sels not exceeding tons. Hi -cents per ton: not exceeding U.400 tons, 25 cents per ton: between and tons, 50 cents a ton; between S.OOO and 1-.000 tons, 75 cents a ton; between JU'.OOO and tons. ?1 a ton: be- 'tween Ifi.OUO and UO.OOO ions, ?1.L'5 a I ton: exceeding tons, a ton." 130 pages. Contestants statione thirty yards apart, but at distance the impact of the bullets severe. A new death record was es-, one man who succeeded !tisbin- and never sood luck of R. Hemphill. H. D. Charter and family spent Sim-j !day evening at Albert -Tones'. To drive five miles put in two days Studebaker Vehicles Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value TTe carry a full line of Studebaker wag- ons, drays, delivery wagons (all heavy teaming wagons, dump wagons, con- tractors' carts, etc. Also a complete line of class Studebaker carriages and buggies. Ask someone 'who knows what Stude- baker means. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. 1st. block west of Westminster Rd. tablished in being "killed" four times, with foil. duelling sword, sabre aiul pistol in succession. Society has taken to the new form of duelling, and numerous "deaths" may be soon expected am- ong the "four hundred." Disarm the Bobby Some of the women workers for civ- ic improvement in Montreal have ad- vised as a possible step in progress Suckers don't bite this time of the year j boys. i -Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr. and Mrs.j Parke. W. J. and E. M. Orr and MissJ Beatrice Armstrong all spent Sunday! evening at .Mrs.. Archambois. j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wiest were Rose-j mead visitors on Sunday. F. Archambois left with- E. Hartz on to have the policemen's dribs and re-j Sunday for Taber, where he will ruin This is taken as a direct slap at Ca-jvolverg repiaced by liahi canes. Hay's breaking engine. They have LSI wise shipping, and panic- !of the dty papers rsmar the boats of the wfaich all correction they will pull MACLEOD IRON WORKS Machinists Boiler Makers Blacksmiths Steam and gasoline. traction engines repaired. .Machinists and Boilermakers furnished for outside work. Hart-Parr spokes, cap screws, set screws and steel, Alberta standard boiler fittings. AVENUE that lfc IS _ treaty which contains all sorts of valuable j future development of -the Lmpire. a months' ems. Throughout the island of Mon- emphasized the: advantages of Canad- nonie (n France. A Thrilling Duel For the first time in many years a man has been killed here m a regula- tion duel with pistols. Moreover, no action has been taken in the -matter bv the authorities. This apparent in- day. They expect to be -back on Sat- urday. 'Mrs.' J. Seager visited friends 'in Ta- ber a few davs this week. part Canada is bound to play in the J ules Maille left Coleridge last week trip to his old ian also the responsibili- ties of all to do their part in devel- Messrs. Moore and McLelland re- turned to their homesteads near Cole- one of tbe n- t he INDICATES EARLY GENERAL ELECTION Farnham. Que.. May Syd- Fisher, Hon. R. Lemieux rani Messrs.. Demers, Meies and Allrn, M P.'s, addressed a and oinhusi- astic meeting: here today. As in in A locojnotlve a dan- of agriculture presented the 'gerous bush fire near Parrsboro. X. rrnment side of the reciprocity James i' T'ndcrwood was killed on ALBERT CHEVALIER j the enthusiasm was the scenic railway switch back m the i The emjnffnt Enpiish comedian who will be seen at the Majestic next Saturday, j stronc. Mr- Fisher paid ;i :o new Dominion Park, Montreal, which j supported by a strong company. He ic here seen in one of his most celebrated Tactics of the opposition, and that while perfect freedom of siv.wl ft Liberal principle. sotn.-U'.in; should he done to prevent the iry intprferins with t-nc ira1. of country's busines.s jorir-y elected by the people i nn thp aftairs of the nation. tiirfd'ed That an early; country might be expected. Francis Wright, who has occupied secretary-treasurer of the a local mineralogist, who has studied ijc 'choruses', readings and recitations, and toe school m a was rendered DY the pupils. "The clean up Of their scnool grounds. Taple Leaf Forever" Jind "God Save j has added much to their tidiness and the King" brought to a close a entertainment which will -be long re- membered bv the school, and may position pi good fruit In arousing their patriot-j the Coleridge Sr-hoo for a number of Tsm and making for better has handed resignation cimenship in the future. .he School Board, ou The Queen's birthday was ratherifor a puolic meeting of the dull in Coleridge this year. The fine j to be held in the school house on Sa tall of rain which gladdened the heans! urday. June .3. at. 10 a m o elect an, of the farmers had a depressing effect land proper person to fill the position, on the spirits of the young people CALGARY DEBENTURES ON LONDON MARKET London, May Monday next the Bank of Montreal will offer for pu-blic subscription of- four and a half per cent, debentures of the city of Calgary at 103. the town. A wedding a few miles out of town was the only interesting ev- t of the in in1s neighborhood. POLLING NEVv-S Rolling Green. May The farmers and ranchers of this Fire. Plate Glass, Burglary, Automobile. Employers' Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. Asquith Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 IV MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands W. R. Dobbin 310 7th St. South Phone 363 busy time fall hauling grain to Taber, as i prospects were never better for a crop, and if some of our roads i could be put in better shape the grain could be marketed with considerable jless expense. i -Anton Hempej. Ben Popkes and J. Gilbert attended as delegates from !here at a joint XJ. F. A. meeting- at Sua- ;dial. Six locals were represented. I Macey Darrow is having a steam I plow at work breaking, up his home- Istead. Mace don't believe in letting ithe prairie grass grow on his land. M" and Mrs. Frank Fowler and Rob-j jcrr Vohnson were CUCSTP at Mr. and We are building a beautiful modern BUNGALOW, close in. Has fireplace. Miss E. L. Cook made a combined etc. Plans altered, if you act You will Have to Hurry FOR SALE OR RENT seven roomed fully mod- ern houses, with fire places nnd ful: basements, close in. S3.M) cash handles and bal- ance arranged. One six roomed fully mod- ern house.on Crabb St.. cash and bal. arranged. For sec. raw land. For particulars apply to 719 6TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 1156 aUentifJit lo the ol'Stnicii.-nist i was ppenpd on Saturday. character studies. business and pleasure trip to Taber on i Saturday. i Rev. G. L. Ritchie ieft for Calvary on to be present at the annual j (conference held in tha' nty. J and Mrs. Myers had considerable I itrouble in driving some cattle off their on Sunday. i Rev. E. Tait, of Edwen, Man., was a guest at J. W. Gilbert's on Monday. i Mrs. F. Sperger visited at Mrs. Hem- pel's last Friday. Julius Odden is reported to have the j largest and best regulated garden in this district, If not in the province. Miss Gladys Sperger Is confined to the house with measles. Miss E. L. Cook and Mrs. J. W. bert left for Hat on Thura- quick, to suit buyer. Easy price. Easy terms. THE >ley-Mulhern Land Co. Successors to The Dowsley-McMTiJjtn Land Co. ;