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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, August 7. TO room house and stable, one block from Gait Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant. POE modern dwelling and 3 lots, Bartlett St., a snap. Two good 5 room cottages on Kachel St., water and electric light in both. each. Terms easy. Each lot has 36 feet frontage. EOK ood building lots and a large assortment of good modern houses in all parts of the city. 7 room modern house, close in on London Road, Easy terms. Good modern house, 8 rooms on Bartlett St., close in, Easy terms. 'Two lots in Block 6 Norman -St., each, easy terms. This is a SNAP. Representing: F. G LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver For the past five years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and a i right prices. We have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta tested ,and wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through but we have finally selected several vari- eties that '-will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN. CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (best of all) make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY KARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere 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 norw while you think of it. v MIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA KEAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, HIS FIRST DAY IN LETHBRIDGE i Rev. I.E. i J o I to It in his First Sermon in Edmonton j (Edmonton Bulletin) j "The Great West: Its Possibilities 'and the Church's Responsibility for I ITS was the subject of an elo- quent sermon delivered by the Rev. J. E. Hughson last evening in Mc- JDougall Methodist Church, to the j charge. of which he was recently ap- j pointed. Mr. Hughson took as his text Psa. 72-S: "He shall have dominion also from sea to sea, and from the river to the ends of the earth." "Seven years ago last month." said the preacher, "I left a quiet little town on the eastern coast and turned my footsteps towards the setting sun, I had been a minister for some years In the Jtfova Scotia conference, but jthe Western fever bad got into my veins and I was restless. I. felt that tide of the nation's life was flow- ing westward and that -some day I should be stranded on that eastern snore. "The Manitoba ana Nortnwest con- ference was in session in Winnipeg j and I telegraphed acceptance of work 1 _ .._ was -stationed at 'Lethbridge. I ...-----j reached there at midnight on Satur- style of the exhibit to be. acted on at J day night and .finding no one to re- the next meeting and also go to Spo- ceive me made my way to the nearest kane to arrange it.. He is an expert hotel. I rose in the morning early, in this line and his arrangements of i eager to catch a glimpse of my new the Ma'cleod exhibit at the Calgary- Ex- field of toil. At that time there were position two years ago won for it the not more than a dozen two-storey first prize. The regular delegates i buildings in the town and as far as to the congress have not yet been se-1 the eye could reach there was scarce- lected. The council has communicat-1 ly a habitation, ed with the C. P. R. relative to the! "I had heard that the two most I saw. Yet all around were marvellous possibilities and I was j unable to see -them. "Later I saw that town grow into an incorporated ejty, with splendid brick and stone blocks, and with all the improvements and facilities of a modern city. I saw the old frame church put away and a handsome brick structure take its place. I saw the country for fifty miles around i springing into life. j "It has been so all through the West. I cannot tell you how sur- prised I am at the marvellous pro- gress made in this city since the time when I last walked up its streets four years ago. We can scarcely help feel- ing that we are in the midst of re- sponsibilities with which the very air is vital" TICKET OFFICE NOT LARGE ENOUGH HE WAS CRUEL TO HIS CHILDREN Former Cardston Man Ac- cused Of Feeding Them Horseflesh High River, Aug. Times says: About a week ago, on instruc- tions received from R. E. Chad wick, of Edmonton, superintendent 01 de- pendent and neglected children for the province, Sergeant Thomas of the R. jST.W.M.P., proceeded to the home of Robert Sallenbach, a farmer of Brant district, and took possession of six children, ranging from four to four- teen years ot age. He returned the same day and took the children to the Children's Shelter in Calgary, where they will remain temporarily. This action was taken on account of various complaints having been received as to the cruelty of Mr. Sallenbach to his family and also af- Never before has passenger traffic in all directions to and from Leth- ter careful investigation on the part bridge been so heavy as it is LOW. The afternoon locals appear to be the most popular with the travelling pub- lic. Day after day the two passen- ger coaches on each train each way arrive packed, are emptied and are quickly filled again, until, for many pa'ssengers, there is standing room j of Sergt. Thomas. On the 15th inst. Mr. Chadwick arrived at High River to be present at the taking of evi- dence in the case, which was Heard by Messrs. W. E. G. Holmes and Col. Wyndham. Stabbed One of Children The Evidence of Mrs. Sallenbach, only, while for the space usually of I and "the eldest daughter, three quarters of an hour the ticket wickets are fairly mobbed. A visit to the depot -when the afternoon lo- cals pass through, not oae day, but every day for a couple ol weeks mil soon convince anyone ihat the train accommodation, the ticket office commodation and 'the platform ac- commodation is altogether too limit- ed for the requirements of the city. .ASK FOR SPACE AT DRY FARMING Macleod, Aug. Board of Trade Council, at Its meeting Tues- day night, voted to apply for 'two spaces at the Dry Farming Exposition in Spokane in September and to en- gage a man to collect exhibits of grain and other products of the district, for exhibition there, to supplement those already secured. W. H. Jeffries will probably take charge of this. Mr. Jef- fries will also submit a plan-for the cost of a special car and will ibe in- formed as to these particulars in a few days. It was voted to noti'y the town coun- cil that the full grant of recent- DRIVE ENTIRE FAMILY OUT OF VENEZUELA disreputable buildings in the town were the C. P. R. depot and the Meth- j jodist church. Discovering a small J Washington, Aug. entire i frame building about 40 fr. by 25 ft., j Castro family apparently have been 11 concluded that it was the church, j ousted from Venezuela. A dispatch aged 18 years, showed clearly that on many occasions Mr, Sallenbach had illused his wife and family-. On one occasion he stabbed of the little children with a butcher kniie and attempted sew the wound up with needle and cotton thread. On another occasion j one of the little girls froze her'fing- ers -while holding a lantern for her father. Upon making a, complaint he hit his child over the fingers with a rope. To further prove that Mr. Sal- lehbach -was possessed of an ungov- ernable temper, evidence was given that, upon one cold winter's night he turned his wife out of the house and forced her to spend the night in the stable, even refusing to give her a Special Attention! Charles EL Kerr, Auctioneer Having received instructions from sev- eral owners of city property, will sell by public auction at a later date, several parcels of splendid city property. Other entries invited. Particulars and terms, apply to The Golden West Realtylo. if -1 CBABB STREET Phone 623. J.B.WilMe P.O. Box 642: D.King DO YOU REALiZt" that now, during general depression, is .the time to invest: PRICES ARE LOW. Everyone anxious to sell. We can buy cheaper and give you the benefit. DO YOU KNOW we are selling- on the easiest terms. We wait until the land produces the money and.pays for itself. Several- good places in Cardston and Komball districts.' Plenty of rain. WE BUY LAND FOR you need money come and see.us. We have a plan that 'will interest you. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LIST WITH US. Whitney Block Lethbridg-e ly made to the Board of Trade prob- j ciiough there was nothing in its de-ito the state department from the blanket to protect her from the frig- ably would not be needed; wasjsisn that would indicate the use to ation at Caracas states that forty-six id winds. It also cair-ie out in evi- about all that would be required- j i which the building was put. and go- relatives of former President Castro i dence that Mr. Sallenbach had pro- Dixie Walker, of Washington, is to it I found my worst fears real-! have been expelled from Venezuela vided his family with the meat from "I preached to about twenty people j in 1908 President Castro left Vene- earning the reputation of being one of j jn the morning and to forty or fifty j zuela for Europe when he tried to re- the best fielding pitchers in the Am- in the evening, which I was told was j turn he was not allowed to land in erican League. J tbe largest congregation that had been j Venezuela and has been kept out of The wreck has 'been buoyed all j in the church for some -time. j that country ever since. What was around and the divers are now enabled i "I had left a good church in the j the occasion for the latest outbreak a bull which they were forced to eat or go "without and starve. Lives Near Cardston Further evidence was elicited from the daughter which threw light on his conduct while living near .Cardston. to begiu their search for the hidden j Wast and was plunged into a con- treasure. jrtition very like that of despair "ny against the Castro family is not ex- plained. Virginia Cigarettes No Better Vir- ginia Cigarette has ever been offered to the cultured smoker. Many rumors were in circulation as j to his brutal conduct to his family and neighbors to the number of j j twenty assembled at a certain point j j and upon meeting Mr. Sallenbach, j j threatened him with violence if he did j not desist. Shortly after he left j Cardston and came to Brant. The justices, upon hearing the evi-; dence, decided to issue an order toi Mr. Chadwick to keep the children permanently, Mr. Chadwick stated! that Mr. Salienbach's movements j would be watched closely in the fu-j ture and if the state of affairs would improve in the Sallenbach home that probably the two eldest boys would J be allowed to return to their home. In extenuation of his actions, Mr. j i Sallenbach acknowledged that he had i a quick temper, but having a large family and not being possessed with much of the world's goods, he was unable at all times to give them the clothes or food they required, but he tried to do the best he could. When, not in a temper he was an indulgent father and at the court he displayed evidence that he bore considerable love for his family and promised that if the children were returned to his fold he would protect them as a fa- ther should. In explanation of his giving horse meat to his children he said that the horse was shot by himself and that it had not died a natural death. Born in Switzerland, he remarked that the J eating of horse flesh was not an un- usual thing and that he had frequent- ly enjoyed horse meat for many meals. Upon the arrival of the children at Calgary, they were medically exam- ined and were found, to be covered with vermin and suiTering from a dis- ease which was r.o doubt caused by the impure food partaken of by the children while at home. Alberta Railway Are off enng f or sale 1, cheapest lots on the market each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. NS- T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. WILL IMPART THE PAPAL BENEDICT REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block Rome, Aug. The Pope received i i today in farewell audience Cardinal PaPal delegate. The Pope authorized jVincenzo Vannutelll, who leaves to- j Cardinal Vannutelli to impart the morrow for Canada to attend the En- apostolic benediction to the members jcharistic Congress at Montreal as the {of the congress. Per box of Ten (cork tips) SYMPATHETIC STRIKE CALLED OFF Chicago, Aug. building trades council last night voted to call off sympathetic strike of the building mechanics called three weeks ago to aid striking elevator con- structors. Four hundred will return to work today. Great Offer in Real Estate 48 LOTS FOR SALE NEAR AGRICULTURAL lots are worth per lot. Every lot is a fine building spot We offer these lots on the following terms: CASH FOR ONE FOR TWO LOTS and same per month unt.il paid for, no taxes, no giv- en any time. Tn one year thRe lots will be selling at double the price they are now offered for. We are sure of this and back it ,up by the following offer which is made part of every contract of purchase: "In one year, if you are dissatisfied with your purchase, we will take the lot off your hands and give you back your money with 8 per cent, We are taking all the chances, you can't lose. W. H. Johnson Land Co. OFFICES IN JOHNSON BLOCK. 323 ROUND ST. ;