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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta W Satiinljiy, Apiil 30,1910. lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Section 2~Page 9 AUCTION SALE! Owijig to ilic groiU, success of our Sat.iir-day 8alc avc have decided to liold an Auction Sale every evening this week, except Wed-iiesda^y evenijig, at 8 o'clock.  VV^ith every purchase of $1.00 or over, whether at auction or private sales, we will give a ticket, and on Saturday night, 30tli, 10 o'clock, a draAv will bo made and the |)ers()n holding the lucky number will receive ABSOLUTELY FREE a 125.00 KING or WATCH, lady's or gent's. Come along and get some of our big bargains and have a chance at our free pi"ize. All goods guaranteed! Remember! this week only, greatest l)ar-gains ever offered at private sales. All sales held at our store in Sherlock Block. Lethbridge Jewelry & Optical Co. Li P. SMITH G. I. INGHAM STATEMENT ABOUT KIPP SITE CASE YOUNG ITALIANS STAB GIRLS ANGRV PARENTS. Seattle. April L'H.-Angered at the attentions paid by two young Italians to ;i)ls Ifi-year-old daughter, Ivoulse. A. 'I'ocoo, a grocer, attempted to oust the young men from Ills store, and as a result, is in the cKy liospital to-day. The Lotliarios refused to go, and 'I'occo tried force. tn the melee that followed he was stabbel in the right side just below the lung. His wound ; is not serious. Tlie young men escaped, bur a pat-lolman anested one of them a few: liotiTS hvter. nig'iit in the residence of Col. J. Oes-troisni. Slie was suffocated in lier eMail- by smoke, fire doing but little damage to the house. SIR SANOFORD FLEMING RE-ELECTED. Kingfiton. Ont., April 2!).-At the annual meeting of Qeen's University council this afternoon, Sir Sandford Meming was re-elected chancelor of the university for itnree years. Sir Sandford was first elected to this position in 1X80, and has held the chancellorship ever since. PARALYTIC BURNED TO i DEATH IN A HOUSE.' Montreal. .April 2H.-^'a,ra^^^ed, and i unable to do anytliing to save iher-self. Miss Houbonnier, 77 years old, mot death in a fire that broke out last' Hrlnce Toa Poy L,ak, uncle of the I'Jmpei-or of China has arrived at San Francisco. The Dominion Marine and Fiftber-ies committee has decided to continue tile lobster season as at present, abolishing the size limit, except for St. .John and Charlotte Conty, N. B. Some doubts having been e.xpresesd to the Herald in regard to the published-decision in the Kipp townsltc case, enquiries have been made into the matter. James H. Watson, postmaster at Prairie View, wrote Secretary Cart-wriglit, of the Board of Railroad Commissioners, and received a reply, dated April 20, to the effect that Mr. Hannan's application to the board for an order directing the C. 1*. It. to provide, construct and maintain a suitable station and siding on the southwest quarter of Section 2U, townsiilp !l, range 22, liad been dismissed by the board. H. Grant Hannan and \V. c. Ives, his solicitor, were both seen In regard to it. Mr. Cartwrlghts letter is quite correct, they Bald. Mr. Hannan made two distinct applications. The first asked tbe railroad commission to rescind the oi-der made last September, allowing tjie C. P. H. to change tlie site of the station and sidings of Kipp from the S.W. quarter of Sec. 29 to th,- .tjcation tliey are now on. This means that the C. P. It. has got to take its stati."" -lii' Biding away from tlie present location and unless it can secure an order from the commission allowing It to place them else wliere, it must place them upon the S.W. quarter of Section 2!l, the orig-j inal location planned. In view of the deci-slon, it is e.\-treinely unlikely that the commission will give the company permission to place tliem elsewliere or that the com- ! pany will find sufficient e.vcuse to ! apply for permission. As a^iatter j of fact, said Mr. Ives, when we sec- i ured l)ie first order we did not care ; whether we got tbe second or not. LOSS OF THE AMERICAN COLONIES AliKRDElLN ANGUS ('()\^ S FOK ALBEKTA Country's Honor Sold By Fortune Hunters -Latest Documents London, April 29. - Many letyfcrs and papers never hitherto published relating to the American War of Independence arc included in the report on the manuscripts of Mrs. Stopford-Sackville. which wa.s issued last night as a Yellowbook, and completes the reissue of Appendix III. to the ninth report of the Historical Manu.scripts Commission. , Lord Gcorgf, Sackvllle, to whom many of the letters are addressed, was .Secretary of State (or the Colonies from 1775 to 1782, and consc-j Daniel Green, an Indian, lost his i right foot by being run over by a G.I T. R. train at Market street station, � Brantford. i G. L. Riches was sentenced to two ^ years in the penetentiary at Brock-1 ville for embezzling funds belonging j to a Woodstock music firm. ! King Kdward went Uy automobile' to Lourdes, near Pau, France, yesterday, where he visited the shrine, ' and watched, bareheaded, the procession of pilgrims. ^ Big Auction Sale On easy terms, of 270 lots in the Lyceum Theatre, Lethbridge May 4th, at 10.30 a.m. A Safe Investment Already main railway line and 2 junctions at the spot. In the future many more railways must pass this vicinity Coal In abundance lies below ready for the lifting Unlimited Power From the river one and a half miles distant can be generated 1 All Land Round Taken Up Auctioneer, W. L WILSON Phone 585 Lethbridge quently received most important dis-paitches. One ot the most interesting of the documents is from Admiral Rodney to Lord George Germain, dated December 1780, from St. Lucia. In this Ik: says the war could have been brought to a speedy conclusion lonpc ago, and with honor to Great Britain, had those persons who were entrusted with the command of her fleets and lier armies preferred their own, their King's anil country's honor to lucrative and factious motives. He continues :- Nothing hut the natural aflcction , an Englishman bears o'r ought to l)ear to his King and country irri-' tates my mind when I behold her treasures squandered, her arms inac-i live, and her honor lost, and by the' very men entrusted with the most > important anil honorable confidence of' their Sovereign and his Ministers, I paying not tlie least regard to the [ sulTerings of their country, but re-lard (ing) the completion and extinction of the rebellion to make .the fot-ti.nes of a long train of leeches, who Slicked the blood of the State, and' whoso interest prompts them to t.ro-| mote the continuance of the war . . . ! and by every means in their power j continue to discountenance every act- I ive measure, and instead of having j an idea of speedily concluding this i unhappy war, their common discourse j urns upon what may occur in the j two or tlirce ensu ng campaigns. j 1 Evidently there was thought atone; 'time in England of trying to bribe I 'Washington with a dukedoni, for in a long paper by Sir .John Dalrymplr, | "Thoughts on Instructions to tlie; American Commissioners," dit'-d ; 1778, he stales :- ! i From all accounts of fTcneral Washington's character, there is a '-escm-blance between his character and i General Monk's, for he is .>.ilcn'i;, keeps his mind to himself, has plain understanding and is a man of prin-| ; eiple. . . . Charles II. oW'cd his king-| (lorn to his personal application lo: Monk, delivered by one of Monlc's � ijdwn I'liends. Might not the Ministers ... or tlie King himself, vritc ^ a private letter to Wasli'iiiglon to re.-iiiind him of the siiuilaiity between his siluuViou and Monk's, (lesiring him , Mo ask terms un Anieriea, fair anil; .iusi. and tlir\' slmuld be uraniod, rnd i llial llic teriiiK foi- himself should be; the (liike.iom ijiven In Monk and a ' revriiiie to suppc/it. it, in order .liiic (liciiily t(i 111 iiusly sjavi' up Ills coiinlry. ; .VmiiiiKsl eiTirespoiidenee relating to ^ Canada ;iii(l .\"ova Seolia, 1758-'oO, ' is a li-tler fidiii Hrigadier-G.'iitral ' � liuiies WciliV t(i l.iird Gei)i-;.!;e .S.itK-vjlle, dated M.iv 17r>,s, from ll-al.fax,' uliiih states :- Hesiiles tlieir picivisioiis a;i(l their ]i{v, Ihr soldiers luid l.s. a .lay lor: Wdikiiiii; at llir Idi I iliCiit iiiHs oi i.oiiis-hiirii Senile iif Uie rei;iments nf this i aimy have- .ilHI nr Itltl men (..r, up with tile .scurvy. 'I'liere is not an i (iiiiui- iif flesh beef or iiiiittijii ecu- � itraelril Ini , i-\'eii for the siek ;ind ' woiiiided. wliieli, he.sides 1 he iuluiiiiau-t ity, IS biiih impolitic anil absurd. 'i'lie ei.rious |iait of tliis jarbauty lis that the seouiidrels of eolilvai.l, )rs : can afford Die fresh meal in uieiiy I places and ein-imisiaiices as uheau as .the salt. 1 think our .stocl; cl I'lo-, J visions for the siege full little, and no'ne of the medieines for the hospitals are arrived. \o horses n.'' o.ven for the artillei") , ele. Too mueh mcn-; ey and too uiueh rum iicecssaiily af-, feet the discipline oi an army. We have glaring evidence of their ill'-un-i se(|iienees ev<'r\- inoiuent. Sergeants, drunk upon duty, sentries upon their posts, and tin- lesi wallowing in the dirt. I believr" no nation ever paid so many bad soldiers at so higli a I rate. .1. I). MKircj;oi' Ii)i|M)rls j;TCcrt Aiiiiiials  A shipment of eight Aberdeen Angus cows and heifers is now on its way from Scotland to Alberta, the like of which has not been imported by any Individual admirer of the breed in the past of the Canadian west. Mr. Jas. O. McGregor is an enthusiast on the subject of "the blacks" and while he lias established a high record for breeding on his own farms at Brandon and Medicine Hat, he believes in constantly adding to the ll�t of his Imported animals when something desirable is to be had. The North British Agriculturalist of April 7 has the following to say of the shipment:- "A valuable consignment of Aberdeen Angus cattle has just been got together by Mr. Geo. Sinclair, Dal-meny, for that enthusiastic Canadian supporter of the breed, Mr. James D. McGregor, Medicine Hat. Alberta. There are eight animals in the consignment, which from their breeding and individual merit constitutes one of 'the best lots of Aberdeen-Angus cattle that .has been exported for some time. Violet Third Fir.st to be mentioned is the grand eow Violet 3rd of Congash, bred by Mr. .John M'Alnsh, and which won first honors at the Highland show at Stirling last year. Violet 3rd has at foot a very nice bull calf by the Lady Ida bull Iddesllgh. Then there is the two two-year-old heifer Our Pretty Rose, one of rhe nicest heifers of the breed, shown for some time, by that grand breeding bull. Prince of Ake. Our Pretty Rose was, it will be remembered, champion of the Inverness Fat Stock Show as a yearling. She is a beauMfully-tnrned heifer, and at Inverness last year was considered a better one at the age than the CuUen House champion of 1908. Her Majesty oth of Cullen, another excellent heifer from C.uilen House, and is half sister to pretty Rose. 'I'his one beat Pretty Rose at some of the Northern shows last year and much is expected of her in Canada. A $2,400 Sire From the Karl of Rosebery's herd, Announcement TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS .Begiivning the first of May our rates lor the following will bo- Storage at the rate of $5.00 per moiith. Washing and polishing for touring cars, 0.00 per month. For Itunabouts $1.50 per month. Lnhricatiug Oil $1.25 p*,g!i!