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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Noveinlw 7, .191.1. TITE LETHBKTnGE DAILY F. C. Lowes Co. Beg to annouuce that they have removed from their former offices in. the Kean Block to their "new suite of offices in the Balmoral Block INSURANCE. SHERLOCK j 2 LOTS On St. A.'North, facing east, 1450 the pair, 1-S cash, anee 6 and 12 months. -piese nre close to new bridge and arc sura to double In value in the spring. North Lethbridge 'Realty. Co. Money To Loan On, ImproTed (arm lands and city property. 92? room fully modern, CHab, balance to.suit' 2 iota Blk; 26. Diift. faclnK on Weslminstcr Hond, each.. i lot, Blk. J.j cash, balance S20 per month. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadla Block. Phone 1WS. Geo. Angus. F. E. Sh.ntt Angus Shontz Room 107 Sherlock Building 2 .of 21st St. and 1st. Aye. N.; 4 room house mid stable, (in. rents for J10.00-per new school site, N. W.; 2 room shack on, 12 x 20, liMiirod for 7'ROOM NEW Gth Ave. S.; lot 43 ft. frontage; home Very modern, and on full cement 'basement; .small payment cash, termfi....................... sale or exchange-on city all'be cultivated; 105 acres broken; house; stable; well; all fenced; J9M; terras ----......----.........J3500 1.2 near Vermilion; will sell for 1-1 ol equity which ii 12660, bahince termK, at (i cent. I'ricc per for aubdlvUion. Plan of the Provincial Hail Insurance for Saskatchewan Skeleton Outline of the Scheme Asked for by the Grain Association MONEY TO LOAN if you Imp lots and want to build we will loan you the money. R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loam Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. The Alberta SACRIFICE 330 Irrigated lund, 5 miles from Lethbridge jp55 per acre, BALMOKAL BLOCK, PHONE 1245. LETHBRIDQE, TWINS BORN A MILE APART newest reiidents of 'Prince Kupert arrived In the persons of. twin girl A boy, to Mr. and Mrg. Jibour. They have the ned through the etreetg to .rejoin her mother at the boipiUl. Though In a very crttlcal-jtate, Mrs. jvidusl Is compelled to do 'anything (Ktigina Louder) Acting on JirJlriicUoiiB given by the executive of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association, .Mr. Clvjo. LaiiK- icy and Mr. Charles A. Dunning1, ac- companied by Mr. 1'ayntcr, waited on tha Provincial (jovemment recently lor the purpose of laying before U'wir' tlu> reKolullons paused at tlic last con- vtfiuion of the Association. Tlie members of the jgovenimVmt present wore Messrs. Scott, MacN'ab, H ml .Motherwell. in a letter published iii tine Ova Growers' (Juide, the delegates say: government. promised the most careful consideration of all tl resolutions presented, particular a U'litfon being paid to one dealhi with ball insurance, upon which M read a carofully prepared explaining and., a minifying the r solutions passed by the convention "The government seamed very i (.crested, indeed .over this proposu They asked a. of question which each m'amber of the delegatio assisted in clarifying, and nt tlie request we left Mr. Paynter'a with them, in order that they mlgl nave their thought's on the matter 11 der discnslon. "The government seemed to regai :e whole proposition with very grea interest, and while'ihey did not gh Us any definite promise, each inembe ot the delegation was under the in isiou that we mirtht reasonabl i to Bte.the suggestions embodle 'cgfelution at no distant period possibly during the next sesion parliament." The following is a copy of the pa per on bail insurance presented tile government by Air. Paynter, whic nay be said to give a skeleton ou ne of the-scheme proposed, which, o course, as was pointed but by th need to be altered cor; erably to be entirely practicable: Mr. Paper Some time previous to the discon of the government hail in sunince in 1.908, the idea of a bette plan of insurance was taking root am ong the farmers of.the province, an> at the Grain -Growers' Convention o IMOS at Saskatoon, ana. 3 909 at Waj Diirn, the discussion'of this subjec occupied a considerable portion o At i ing of the convention .at oert in 1910, it became1 evident ipe'flelegates were evenly di vMott on tlie question of hail iiiBiir ance. faction seemed determin ed -to pas.'j a resolution asking, the .Provincial government to pass a bil providing for compulsory hail insur ance, nil land would be as sesfied and taxed two .centa per'acre The oilier faction, coming from those p'aces where stock raising was the principal Industry or from districts wm'ch had not yet been visited by hail were just as determined that th-e ra .solution should not pass, and. while this discussion was in'progress I saw cue probability of uniting the two fac- Lions on lines which would be agree- able to both parties, so I quickly pre- pared the following resolution, which was pussed almost unanimously by iiiat convention .of over six hundred from all parts of the pro- vince: haii Insurance com- panies now operating in Saskatche- wan arc not doing a business accept le to the farmers of the province; -nieretoite.be it resolved .that provincial hail insurance system ho established, the revenue for the said system to be raised by a tax not -ex- ceeding TWO cents per acre, land 10 smiject to said nraesinent, pro- viding that any resident ratepayer be allowed to register out one section or KiES-irom tlie assessment and partici- pation in tlin hftn-afits." Then, a year of thought and sl.wiy slven.to this tjiiEUtlon ,the same resolution was asahi passed unani- the convention held in Re- giim during tha present year. So yon wni understand that we come to you only after careful and due considers; noii of this once difficult problem, provincial hail insurance. Tlic resolution contains the plan in taut v.'e have gone further and .worked-out the plan in detail, and we wash to draw your attention to'the that the legislation we are risk- ing is voluntary in- merely imtting into HM bonds of the fann- ers of this province legislative mach- inery, which they may use or not as iney desire. No community or ind' .labour IB reported to.be out. of dan Wr after posing a rwtful night. FOUR CORNERtD FtGHT unusual distinction for twin children] Toronto, Nov. is possible there will be a four cornered ffgbt for mayor of Toronto, with'Mayor'Geary, of having born i mile from each In fact one, o( the twine can declare, "I boru on A Friday, -my mother wain't. home." little girl bom at home early in tlw but as the mother a'armingly 111 soon afterwards Dr. had his patient convey- ty to'the h ps pi la) for. surgical atten- iton. :An hour afiot arrival there the little born. In tin; afternoon the little lassie Has wrapped .up blankets and car- Controller Hocken, fonder Controll Dr. HarrlMn, snd Dr. Chaa. Shwrd, former medical health officer, as can- didates. SHORT WEIGHT COAL Winnipeg, N'ov. Over a. down coal dealers, appr-ar, before the police mafistrale on charge? of giving short weight on loadu of coiil ar-iount- ing from tnirly pounds, up tnfly do wish to me business experience and a capi- I uT to might start in for tJiemftdlvos without en- angering their capital. And ever lice then Edison's offices at West range, N- -I., have been bombarded itli of letters from men. mid-. e aged, elderly, young, and younger i'11, all of whom consder themselves inllfied lo'carry out the tnveutor'a. LORD MEATH'S CHALLENGE CUP The Right tfon. thte Earl of Meath, otters a silver challenge cup, valued at to be held by the secondary ncnool a pupil of-which wins the esaay, competition Inter-all-aacondary schools and a similar cup to be .Irtsld toy -the' elementary school, a pupil of which wins the eusay competition inter-alt- eiementary schools of the, empire. The competition is conducted by tne League of the Empire, who offer j a prize of to the successful essay- ist in secondary schools, and a prize 3t ?15 to the successful frotn elementary schools. subject for secondary school competitors is "Colonies-In Ancient and Modern times, their.'development their relations .to the Mother state." The essay must not exceed 2MO words and the writer must be over fourteen and under twenty on January 1, 1912 The- subject for the elementary schools is the objects ,you would in a town or .country walk in your own neighborhood." This es- say must not exceed 1000 words and me writer must be under fourteen years of age. on January J, All essays must be certified by the enctier, parent guardian of the considerable mystery surrounds HIM mire of the article to which Edison aided composition of.......... (boy I they do luiow is that it hi the uit ol' a bruiifl mnv iiilea, one that come to fruition.since his return oin may seem sudden outsiders, but tl.'.! men who work Kier simply smile, and shake ,eir bends, when one expresses "prise. r' "Why, ho has an idea min- they say. "Sometimes they come raster than that." In the meantime. Kdlaon will not discuss the nature of his latest inven- tion. CHIEF JUSTICE. IN NORTH DAKOTA SEEKS A REST Olsnjorck, N. D., Nov. 6. The re- tirement of Chief Justice David E. Morgan, from the supremo bench in North Dakota removed a man who UBS been a judicinl officer of thy com- monwealth for 22 years ever since i lint state WB.-J admitted into the union naif of that 'time was spent by him on tlie district bench, and rc- rmitnrter on the supreme bench. On every occasion he was elected without opposition, ami in that respect has oven paid the Irlbutn ever i to a public officer in Xorth Dak- ota, III health was the of his retirement. or whose name it is sent in. (Sisnerl) Teacher, parent or guardian." Only one eway can be sent from each school. They must be submit- ted in the candidate's own handwrit- ing, and they must reach the Central Office of the League of the Empire, (Jaxton Hall, Westminster, London, England, by March 1, 1912- The names of the .winning schools, will each year be engraved upon the cups. The personal prize of has won thin year by James L. Mursell, of the Brisbane Grammar School, Queens land, while a- large number of com- petitors from all pans of the Empire obtained honorable mention. The personal prize of was won oy Ethel Beatrice Lea, of Raffles' i.ilrlB' School, Singapore, Straits Set- tlements. The Judges are Profesnor Ernest Gardner, London University, and Rev. O. Bevan of Preceptors. All particulars of the Essay compe- titions may btt obtained through the Department of Kducalion, Edmonton, or directly from the of the Em- pire, Caxton Hall, WeslmiiiHter, S, W., England. Flax Seed For Sale SACKED W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. LETHBRIDOV Agtnt for Avery Git A Stum Plowing ASK PREMIER BORDEN TO KEEP PROMISES Manitoba Grain Draw Prem- ier's Attention to Hie Wastern Platform Winnipeg, Nov. of tlm Manitoba Grain Growers' Asspciation nave presented a number of rea'ohi- lions expressing aatisftiction 'the attitude taken .by Premier Bordyp; In nig addresses to Western farmers last summer, re: 1. Government operation of termin- al by commission. s. Government construction and operation of the Hudson's Bay, rail- way. 3. An act to facilitate establishfny tfo-operation societies. Facilities for exporting; chilled meat, and ti. Compensation for stock kilted railways. The expectation Is expressed that tne promises win bo supplemented at the first session of parliament. Tba general platform of the Grain Grow- ers i'3 reaffirmed. 2 lots corner 2nd St. and 8, for 1900.00 A lot and a half, next to stnndpipe, with or without shack, special 2 corner lots, Duff, well 1875.00 each. Small bouse. G lots, (or The Dowsley Mulhent Land Co. Sherlock Bldf. 7th Strwl ;