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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 V Choice Residential Lots a lata bluuk fl.*! Crabb Street easy terms. Lots block oti Olynn Street at 9000 easy terms. 2 lots block C, qoutts street $900,00, easy teruis. 12 lots Uruntlon Street on water moin at 8300.00, one-third cash. 2 lots corner IJrunton �ntl Smuth Streets at ?400.00, one-third cash. 0 lots on McDiilT Street near Crabb ot 9300.00, easy terms. 6 lota on London Koad near Ashmeud street 8300.00, easy terms. 12 lots on Ashnicad Street, Block Ct at $250.00, one-third cash. 2 lots BJotk 7, Btirlett St., (corner) nt 9200.00 one halU cash. 18 lots Block J. on Westminster Boad and I,ondon Street at $250.00 to $300.00, ohn-third cash. 11 lots, high and dry, beautifully located on Westminster Road, Block W. at $200.00 one-third cash. 10 ot the choice.st lots in Bosodiile on Westminster Hoad at $85.00, easy torm-s. 3 choice lot.s on Bartlclt St., Block 60 nt 8500.00, one-third cash. North Ward 2 acres, block 7, nt $800.00, easy terms. 18 lots Torronce Ave., near railroad at $125.00. 8 lota^ Block A., Higinbotham addition at $150.00, easy terms. 4 l:)ts Block A, Higinbotham Addition at 9175.00 easy terms. 8 lots Torrcnce Avenue at $115.00, easy terms. 8 lotsTorrencu Avenue ot $130.00 one-tbird cash. 16 lots IdilinRtdn Ave.', $130.00, one-third cash. 5, forty foot lots, Iddington Ave., $175.00, Imlf cnsh. 4 lots McKillop addition facing track at $200.00. 2 lots Biock 13, facing track at $400.00. 6 lots Kuchel St., corner $1100.00 easy terms, 6 lots Barnes Street, $900.00, one-third cash. Residences Xew double house, Biock 47. Smith Strc-ct, $2,000.00, half cash. Sew 12 roomed house, fully modern with stable and 3 lots, 3 blocks fro�a square on Bompas Street, $8,600.00, $800 cash. New modern house. Round Street near Boinpas $3,500.00. Xew modern house, 7 rooms Ashnicad St, n�nr Itedpath $2,800.00. >'e�' Brick house, large lotj Rcdpath Sti-not; $3200.00, eaaytemw. ^ lots with 0 roomed cottage, corner Ashmoad and I,ondon Road, $1500 one-third cash. Large lot and 5 roomed house, London .Road and Crabb St. $1,330.00, $000.00 cash, balance 10.00 per month. 2 large lots with new fully modern house, with 7 rooms on Arg>-le Ave. 83,200.00, half cash. Small house, water and lights, with two choice lots, .\rgy1e Avenue $1- 230.00, easy terms. 5 houses in Xorth Ward from $700 to $1050.00, easy terms. S lots with 2 modern houses, rented Crabb Street $2,500.00. Subdivisions Lots 7 and 8 Block T, with new house $4,300.00. Lot 10, Block W, $1000.00. (Corner acre. No. 8, Block V $1250. Acre 5, Biock K, $2100. Acres 12 and 13, Block V for $2,250.00. 10 acres neor fair grounds $1,500.00 worth of improvements $435 Mr*. 15 acres adjoining Burn Addition, with $700 improvements at $339.00, ' Iter acre. 30 acres adjotning city limits, S. E. corner at $250.00. 40 acres adjoining Pork View for $23000.00; Trackage From $200.00 to $2000.00 per lot ' ' Farm Lands 18.30 per aciv for. a choice section or land adjoining the Silver farm. 13.50 per acre for a choice hnlf-scction near the Silver farm,' cIom - to proposed station. $12.00 per acre for 7 sections of choice land 5 to 8 miles from Stirlinc^ Station. iO.OO per acre for 7 sections 10 miles fi-oni railroad, and on proposod railroad. $7.30 per aero for 8 sections of very chone selected farm lands. Irrigated Farnns S27.30 for a choice quni'tet: section 3J niilys from Ij^thbridge, well im-' proved. 323.50 for choice 820 acres, 1 mile from Couidnle station. We have 5,000 acres of choice irrigated land for sale near Lothbridg*. suitable for fruit, sugar beets, alfalfa and timothy. We liave 2001000 acres of wheat, ont and (lax land close to railroad; WRITE OR SEE US BEFORE BUYING sm m Southard Block, Lethbridge. vj.aoa Russian Court, she found the cigarette habit almost universal amongst the lailies-in-wuiting. Gentle hints j that it was obnoxious to her made no impression, so she issued an or- dor forbidding It, and promptly disciplined those who were disobedient. PLBLIC HOXOR AND PRIVATE NICE. OUEEX WILHEUttlNA. Queen Wilhclmina, of Holland, is the patron of the Holland IXsmper -ancc Society, and is using her in -tluence against the cigorette. Cor-rujit Court life in European capitals has been one of the strongest factors in fostering the habit. We therefore rejoice to find we have friends in the very heart of the enonij's country. E.XCISE COMMISSION AFTER PERUNA. The Excise Commissioner of New York State has j.ust won a test case against Bwight & Nye, Syracuse druggists, from vhom his special agents had bought six bottles of the preparation then known as I'eruna, manufactured by the Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, of Colum -bus, Ohio. Upon analysis the five bottles examined contained between 26 and 27 per cent, of alcohol. Peruna is widely advertised as a remedy for Bright's disease, acute and chronic catarrh) and diseases of the mucous membrane. Expert testimony as to the niitdical value of Peruna was produced by the defendants, although the testifying physicians admitted they never prescribed Peruna in their practice. The case was tried nt Syr-acusti before Supreme Court Justice Rogers and a jury. The trial Listed Ave days.. The verdict, in short, was that the flvo bcvttlos of Peruna produced by the plaintiti was not a proper remedy for the treatment and cure of Bright's disease, acute catarrh, chronic catarrh or diseases of the mucous membrane. In fact, the character of the examined Per -una was established as a liquor, so that its sale is subject to all the provisions of the law regulating the !ale of whiskey, brandy, winea, ale. boer, etc. Justice Rogers thereupon gave verdict in favor of the State Commisslonbr for $500, the penalty of the defendant's bond. The drug -gists' liquor tax certilicato permitted this sale of liquor only on a physicians proscription, and having given a nut to sell liquor otherwise, Dwight & Nye became liable for the penalty of such a bond if Peruna was a liquor. The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Compony have forthwith changed the formula of Peruna, iio that another test cnsc will l:iie neeea- It must Ije rcmemibered t-hat Parliament has to do with public buaiaesa It is not easy to inquire' into the molality of the private lives of m'in-isters and members. In the case before us only Cabinet Ministers are under the charge of improper con -duct. Thut is a matter with which the Premier must deal. Hie is respon sibie for the standing of the mm he call to his Cabinet. A Methodist District Meeting has an annual inquiry into the "character ?>f the eter-gy, but that is the only puMic, semi-public, or private body which goes so far. The district meeting which can best discuss the life and char-actei- of a meniljcr of Parliament is the part J' convention of the constituency he represents. The British system is that private character 'is sacred in public discussion unless there has been exposure and convicfc-' ion before some judicial ti'lbunal. As to the other questions at- issujS' the facts have been reported by tha Insurance conunissiori: Mr. 'BouraiMa or any other member is free to make charges or to demand Parliamentary action. This country is so busy that it is apt to be complaisant in such operations. But the sanctity of trust funds and their misuse memtwrs of Parliament are two th'inga waean-not alTord to ignore.-Toronto 'News. For Catarrh, let nw aawl yow4rs� just to prova merit, a trial^'aiai bos of Dr. Shoop'a Catarrh Rmaady. It is a snow white, creamy;'hMling antiseptic balm tnat givea Instant M-lief to Catarrh of th�> nose ''an* throat. Make the free tet^t and. sea. Addness Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large Jars 50 cents. Sold by J. D. Higinbotham * Co. APPLICATIONS WANTED TRBES. ALBERTA'S OLDEST INHABITANT. Passes Away at the Qreat Age of 115 Years-Quaint Story of an. Indian Generation. Edmonton Journal. It is withgreat regret that ne; report the death of lady who reached the ago of IIS years before she passes away. Hor name was Lisvotto Quin and she was the oldest inhabitant of Alberta, a well known to all the trapping and hunting members of the fraternity and also to old-timers through the northern country. Lisctte Quin was a French half-breed and spent the whole of her long life following the hunting parties until during the last fov. years the infirmities of old age overtook her. She had ten childran in all, six of whom survive her, and her grandchildren and her great 'an Sunday at Montreal. history. For the greater- part of her existence Liaette Quin made hertiome at the Lesser Slave Lake and from this district her children went forth to uteet varying fortunes and diverse fates. The eldest son who bore the name of Mu-Cne-Qua-Nape, huntedfor many --years ^. and died. The second son, who still lives, is named Pa-Pa-Stayo, and before the days of the existence of Slrathcona he occupied the position of Chief over the Indians who lived upon the reserve upon the site; which the town of Strathcbna now stands. A third son, Tarquech, acted as councillor for Two-Hills mOre than � decade ago.' He is still in the land of the living. Abram, the baby of this enormous family is forty years of age, while grandson Moustoush, is no ihaigniflcant power among the breeds of Lesser Slave Lake. Mrs. Jack Foley, who is well known to most people of Eldmonton, Is' also one of the daughters of this mother of nations. With tM solitary axeoption of one of the daughters of the name of Mary,' who appears to have tmen of somswhat frivolous habits, and who earned for herself the sobriquet of Bob-Sleigh from her acquaintances the vwhole of this huge family followed, tho-calling of their fathers and grandf.ithers. Bateau. George'and Sa tof.e^ the- other children, still pursue the wikt animals of the bleak and iaeouveniont north, and if they are jaurpriaad or astonished or grieved or injured by: the rapid growth of the country iu the wilds of which they wera^* reared no sign escapes them. The family may be truly said to be a relic of a bygone age, and a sur  vivul of a*time when ci\-iIization was not known in the land, and the rifle ot-man wos against the skin of ev. ery beast tiecause by death and by death alone he could live. I consider VINARD'S UNIMF^VT the BEST llnlBMnt in use. I got my foot badly jammed lately, I bathed it well with MINARD'S ['LIMHENT, and it was as well as var' naxt day. Your* vary truly, T. O. MtMVlAJBS. 'FOR The undersigned will receive ap -plications up to April 80th from the citizens who Wish to plant trees and pledge thiiiniMlvoB to take care of them. 'i'he City has a number of Ash and Btm ready for transplanting. HUOH SCOTT. Waternmster. Dr. W. H. Drummond, author uf the famous "Habitant" poetry died grand children are numbered at anywhere from eighty to one hundred by | those who are most familiar'withher Montana. It. H. McDuffea haa left Raymond to take up his position iu BoiEeman Best Bread in the World is none too good, for the man who needs daily vim and \\got, puRiry PLOUR is the most health-giving, vitalizing Bread Flour ever produced by modern milling methods from selected Western Canada Hard Wheat. Besides, it is Absolutely Dependable in fhe Baking Sold Evarywhera ia �*TUN GMUA FUWI WUt CH. UlUTtt Tka Great Donlnloa Winnlpas, MMlSJali n#fBfaii�M H f X 0! I FARM LANDS! 50,000 Acres Choice Farm Lrandi Four luiluB froui Rayuioud, and five miles from Stifling. Nothing better in Southern Alberta. Also CITY PBOPERTY and acreage adjoining oily. # Cull and inveBtigate. G. C. McDOMALD Representing British American Laod^ InvMtmeat'GMnpuij Conybeare Block ... , v � Farm Lands, Real Estate and Insurauoe. I'm: :,i::gtt ENGLVEEU. A capnlilc engineer hotding cerlifi - lis i.........^ McCanimon & Co. a;f Oalgary;JU�vsv: bought out Moore and Moore, .'"^^'un,' dortaliors .of Medicine Hat. ' -..ti^ , Thirty now pupllii*ontered the lladi-;? ;mC'' cato. ia prepared to accept a position Hat scho-.ls after"EaHw. >' 'yJU in that capacity.' Ploughing tract - | ^ ' -'XSI Claresholm is, talking of a oAmi el|*l:tife|dif>i�;e^w� "''''' iOB preferred. Apply itox T, llisrald ofllca. i ;