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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letiibridgf DaUy llendd. Wednesday. August rO room house and stable, one block from Gait Square Will m VA inng term pease to suitable tenant if desired. T modern hous es in Kiverview, 7 rooms each room cottage on Bail way St., North Ward; furnace, water and electric light; two lots; 12200. Easy terms. cheap and on easy terms. WE HAVE A PTJBCHASEB for a modern 6 or 7 room house close in. GOOD TENANTS for a number of houses. F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. Undon Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London at Calgarv, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver Hardy Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Hedging, etc. For the past five years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable fer prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and at right .prices. We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS .have been Alberta-tested arid wintered beautifully. ROSES are .harder to bring, through but have. finally selected several vari- eties that .will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (beit of all) make splandid hecges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that Trill grow aiywhere.that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting of. Let us get in correspondence with you; in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER is THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. No .trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now while you think of it MIRROR LAKE Nurseries BRITISH COLUMBIA HAIL IN TORONTO Storm Swept Leamington fruit and Vegetable of Crop Ruined Leamington, hail- storm which swept the Leamington fruit and vegetable belt yesterday af- ternoon, changed the farmers' pros- pects for this year very materially. It Is Estimated that the peach crop -was reduced to-half the value of a few ago. The crop will also be reduced to half a crop. The com crop is very badly damaged, the leaves cut into ribbons. The heaviest loss will .be felt among the tobacco growers. This crop within (the storm- swept district will be a total loss, nothing being left standing tout the stems. Estimates from reliable sour- ces put the damage into the hundreds of thousands ol dollars. Great losses were sustained by greenhouse owners Many Individuals, who have hundreds of dollars invested in glass-roofed buildings, yesterday do nothinfr but watch the hail beat them in. KING GEORGE SEEN BY STEAD A Well Known Writer'; Character Sketch of New King Personal Character of'King George" is the subject of an Interesting article by Mr. W. T. Stead; in the July number of The Review of Reviews. read- ers will remember that Mr. Stead dealt with, the subject in The Daily News on May last, but-the new article is much more comprehensive, and claims to be ah authoritative reply to certain calumnies which have been, circulated concerning; his Majesty. London's newest music hall seats 4000 persons. St. Peter's cathedral in Rome can hold at a pinch per- sons. Milan cathedral holds St. Paul's in London has seen within its walls. A. -white-haired Russian immigrant., aged-70, in an attempt to .appeal young, dyed his beard light blue with indelible lead dye just before reach- ing New Tort. Loss was sustained by fire in Bryanston village, Ontario. have arrived at Niagara Palls for the new armory to be erected there. WILL RESIDE IN NELSON e, Aug. Judge WH: son, Jas. McKinnon, charged witt for- gery at Michel and with jail break- ing from Ferule, was given six' months in. Nelson Jail on each charge, the sen- tences to run concurrently. Jim got out of the provincial coop here last week while the jailor was out fight- Ing fires. He was recaptured "by Jail or Johnson near Corbin and thrown back ainto the dog-house. EVANSTON IS HEALTHIEST CITY Chicago, Aug. is the healthiest city in the state ana one of the healthiest in the world, according to the -statistics.given out on Friday by City Clerk, John F. Holm. The death rate is ouly nine to the thousand. From August 1909 to August 1901, there were oply 285 deaths in the suburb. the subject is admittedly ;a very' uri pleasant one to .raise, but as it has been raised, Mr. Stead says it must be settled once ;for ail "Is.it or Is It not a he asks, "that King George is a person of intemperate Jiabits? Or is he, as Lord Rosebery arid'the Dean of Norwich have a man of exemplary For.-, answer Mr. Stead points to his Majesty's excellent reputation among those who know him most intimately. Punctual and Temperate "The he says, "has always been remarkable for the punctuality unfailing regularity_with which he has always performed.all his functions. He has kept all his appointments and he has kept them on time. Nor has there ever been, so far as I can ascer- tain, after a rigorous, examination of the stories current, even of a foundation'for the cruel calumny of which he has been the subject.71 Continuing Mr. Stead declares that tician than his father, for whom he cherishes the utmost filial affection as (the "best and kindest friend he had in the 'world." In conversation he is much more consecutive than his father had a habit of abruptly jumping from one subject to another in a way that was somewhat disconcerting to those unaccustomed to the natural re- suit of the royal prerogative always to lead in conversation. He frequently attended the debates of the House of Lords, and was often to be seen In the gallery of the House of Commons. "In the free-and-easy discussion which takes place after dinner he is a keen, voluble, and somewhat loud-voic ed disputant He has his own views which he knows how to express with vigor and emphasis. He has also States the experiment of religious ser- vices conducted by an ordained pastor a dance hall on S.unday evening was tried last night Tie idea origin- ated when the women's clubs of the city conducted a campaign which re- on suited in the closing of Dreamland Sunday nights. The evening's entertainment began at 8 o'clock with a waltz. A two-step followed and then Rev. Mr. Herthnm was announced. At the finish of his sermon all joined in repeating the Lord tinued until midnight. Special Attention Charles H. Having received instructions from sev- eral 9wners of city prbpeHy, will sell by public auction at a later date, several parcels of city -i Other entries invited. Particulars and terms, apply to -VT The Golden West Realty Co. CRABB STREET s prayer, and the dancing con t, pass so far from being given, to intemper- ance, King George V, is probably the most abstemious King who has ever Forget for the moment that the Dominion "Limited" sells for but Compare it point by point with cars that sell for from to more. Then you will understand why there is so much interest in this superb Canadian-built car. The automobile has beome to .a large extent standardized. There are among experiened motorists, certain rigid points of comparison by which a car can be judged. Give the Dominion "Limited" the minute inspection; the most unsparing scru- tiny; have your friend who is an expert mechanician or engineer, go over it with you result will only serve to show that we have understated rather than overstated the merits of our product The strong, powerful motor; the simple, re- liable control; the straight line drive and transmission; the free use of imported roller bearings; gears and shaft of highest grade nickeled steel, heat treated. Observe the long wheel base; large wheels; the large, easy springs; the staunch, rigid frame; the drop-forged front axle, and nickel steel shaft rear axle. All these count for extra long life and service. Pay especial attention to the roomy tonneau, the quality of upholstering and finish; the careful attention to little details that the car distinction; the long, straight line body, aristocratic and refined in appearance. These and many other points are all set forth in a handsomely printed booklet which we send free .on request Write for a copy today. We have some very good territory open to dealers who are prepared to properly repre- sent up. Write for terms and detailed in- formation. T.I MOTORS, Ltd. 32 Dominion Boulevard, WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO also manufacture Motor Tracks and Delivery Can ascended the English throne. It is recalled that the King's record as youth at sea was exemplary, "and as he is now so he has been all his 'sober, -temperate, and abstemious." Further, Mr. Stead points out that the King not be famous as one of the best shots in the kingdom a dis- tinction requiring for its winning great sureness of aim and steadiness of arm, if he were not a very temperate man. Slander Disproved Then there is the more malignant falsehood described by Mr. Stead as "a Maltese according to which Prince George was marrie'd to an ad- miral's daughter at the Mediterranean Island at the time when he never ex- pected to be called to the throne. In a letter quoted by Mr. Stead, Sir Henry Ponsonby, for many years the trusty private secretary of Queen Victoria, dismisses the story as rediculous! pointing out that similar stories have been circulated by idle gossipers all the royal family. But Mr. Stead is able to bring directly an even more emphatic repudation by King Edward. "I submitted by a mutual he writes, "a series of questions to' the late King, who was then Prince of Wales. They were very precise, cate- gorical, and covered the whole gro.und from A to Z. The King, then as al- ways, was very courteous, and express- ed his utmost readiness