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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tile Letkbridge Dally Herald, Saturday, August Page FOll 6 room cottage on Kailay North Ward, close in; water, furnace and electric light; two lots; One-third cash. Balance 3, 6, and 9 months. Two good 5 room cottages on Eachel St., water and electric light. each. Terms very easy. FOE 16 room house and stable one block .from Gale" Square. Will give long term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired. MONEY TO have to loan on good security, 1, 2 Interest at 10 per cent. WE to rent in all parts of the city. resenting: F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High RiveiyNantdn, Vancouver FOR SALE One of the best driving horses in the city, young and sound: also buggy and harness. FOR almost new 35 horsepower 5 passenger automobile. Will exchange for real estate, horses or cattle of like value. Price which is a big reduction on original cost, FOR seven roomed houses in Duff Addition. AVill rent very reasonable for the winter. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK AT THE CROPS 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 at 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 HARDY 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 now while you think of it. MIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA Carmangay, Aug. D. Orr, of the Royal Trust Co., Winnipeg, has been making his headquarters here AWAITING END OF THE WORLD A Peculiar Sect Starving Themselves in Spo- kane Los Angeles, CaL, Aug. on pallets, too weak to move, city detectives found in a bungalow to- night four members of a new sect who were deliberately starving them- selves to death in anticipation of the end of the world. There were two men, a woman and a girl of 16 years. They had not touched a morsel ol food for sis weeks, and for the last Imperial Veteran's Association of Canada Every man who lias served the army or navy has a medal (or in lieu years in regular or per- manent service) is eligible -to join that body known as the Imperial Veterans' Association of Canada, without price or without fee. This association, the bri- gade, has ks headquarters in Winni-j peg, Manitoba. It has a managing committee, a board of provincial cfoalr- men and organizers, and a board of local chairmen and organizers. The managing committee is consti- tuted of: Chairman Organization .Committee ten days had not stirred from their Thos. Scott, couches on the floor of a room that Vice J. Tupper, (Bar- for the past few days, he has been in--1 had not been aired since J. Hillyard Leech (Barris- specting the surrounding country and began. The officers forced.them -and Capt. S. F. Peters, (Axchi- reports to the Equity Trust Loan take their first pint tect.) Co., local agents, that he is agree-; of-milk divided among the four., ably surprised with the general con- dition of the crops in the Little Bow countryi; he maintains, as he has said before in the Lethbridge Herald, I that the chief cause of failure is bad invited the i farming ahd that those who have car- upon tnose who out their work in a scientific the fast manner have secured splendid results in spite-of the drought. Secretary and Organizer John John Irving O'Neil, one of the four, j Hooper, 183 Walnut street, said he was the leader of the sect, j Winnipeg, which he called Disciples of the Holy Ghost With the Gift of Tongues, and curses of heaven down him to house here, it is a large double storey building, the section men can consider themselves very lucky in having such a well built and commodious dwelling house. I The stock yards are and will prove to be of great advantage to 'those shipping or receiving1 stock. Meters are being supplied to some of the large consumers of "The appearance of the comet was the sign of the end. of'the he said. "We were starving because fast- Ing will gain us heaven, and there is if getting to heaven g to death." His companions, Mrs. Nellie E. Doyle and James Butler, an old man, i The above organization committee j is controlled and assisted by an exe- j cutive of fifty veterans. The Provincial chairmen and Organ- i izers are as follows: I J. Keating, (Master of j Fort 'Francis, Out. i' C. D. Pigott, (Sher- Marden, Man. B. Murphy (Sner- Moosornin, Sask. N. Mouat, declared that they had willingly en- jfincher Creek, Alta. tered the death fast, but the girl, Alice Priffon, according to the detect- ives, said she had been forced to light, this is more preferable than the i ?nd'that she was quite willing to live. The three adults were not taken in- to custody, but'it was-announced that the girl would be placed in the care of the juvenile court. PRIESTS DO YOU REALIZE 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 will wait until the land produces the money and pays for itself. Several good places in Cardston and Kimball 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 Lethbridge flat rate, and "is" fast finding favor with the residents. The livery stab- les- are now connected by phone to the hotel, travellers and those re- quiring rigs can now .register their wants in that line as easily as they can write their name in the hotel register. Coal prospecting has going on within, a few miles of here and some Jj0ndon-- Clergy and laity rights have been "purchased" by Roman Catholic church num- Stavely people. bering about 270 left Eusttfn today Mr. Chadman, of the Durham Col- to embark at Liverpool for Montreal. representing Mon- AND LAITY SAIL FOR CANADA lieries, late Stafford Mines, has been CJan011 inspecting the property. This company now control some acres, and will greatly enlarge operations when the steel is through their district. new treal reception committee, escorts the JSrttisb. Wm. Craw- lord, Kelowna. Following is list of present local chairmen and organizers: Albert, J. Wal- ton, Land Titles Office. Calgary, W. H. Cunliffe, 0. Broadview, Sutherland, JKsq. Grenfell. Weldon, Esq. Lloydminster, Gronow. (immigration officer.) Local chairmen and organizers are wanted in every town. Branches of the Association are now being formed at Prince Albert, their laid ROBBERY AT CHATER Brandon, Aug. clean-un PANAMA CANAL FINISHED IN 1915 REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on Improved city property and farm lauds. R. V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Fire insurance Seal Estate City and Fan loans The H, Macbeth Apcy Sherlock Block. New York, Aug. 5s fine in the Panama canal zone and They also stole a pair of boots and a the great waterway will be finished j revolver, in 1915, was the word brought here toy Colonel Thomas McCooks, Collec- tor of the Port and Postmaster-Gen- eral of 'the Canal zone, as he came to- day on the steamship Santa Marita for a short visit. to Canada. j Counsel for Crown and defense in'' Crippen case have been selected. j The Admiralty has made appoint-1 ments to the Canadian Cruiser Niobe, j to -take effect September Sth. These include W. B. MacDonald, Comman- was made by -the 'thieves who so sue- j and :nille Lieutenants, besides En- cessfully operated here on Wednes-j gineers' surgeons, paymasters, gun- day night at Chater last night where jners- Carpenters and others. they broke into and robbed M. M. i Armstrong's general store. It was QUARREL OVER GAME OF CARDS Montreal, Aug. a result of a quarrel over a game of cards last night- one Italian is lying at the Notre Dame hospital with his throat cut, while I another wno did 'the deed is being chased by Gagne. The vic- robbed of about 570 in cash and two C.-P. R. cheques amounting to ?55. EN ROUTE TO ESQUIMALT JLasplamas, Canary Islands, Aug. 25. i tim at the hospital is Belardi Minole, 'Canadian Cruiser Rainbow, ar- rived here today on her way to Es- quimalL She leaves tomorrow. aged 29, living at 729 Wolfe St His throat is so badly cut that no hope is held out for his recovery. WIDE SPREAD .IN RUSSIA Petersburg, Aug. is offi- estimated that the namber of cases thus far have been The disease is more widely dis- ,fItributed than ever but the number of Ceases is lessening in some districts. Phone 564 THE STANDARD Wood Street Box 1928 CO, Lethbridge Our Gasoline is filtered absolutely free from dirt or water Lubricating Oils Transmission Grease Carbide Our Repair Department is in trie hands of experts We vulcanize tubes and cuts ID casings AUTO LIVERY IN CONNECTION Open day arid night Full stock of, accessories Storage, Wasn and Palish K'egina, Edmonton, 'Calgary, Vancou- ver, Lloydminster, Portage la Prairie, Fort Frances and other points, as fast as possible. The organization com- mittee is soliciting aid in every town to make the association one of the greatest of veterans under the British Flag. The unprecedented success of the organization has been demonstrat- ed and proved. It is an association founded solely on faith, faith in the veterans and in the association, and it exists on purely voluntary subscrip- tions. There are no dues and no charge for joining. Not a cent is 'expended for secretarial or office help at 'head- quarters. Every officer accepts his duties without reward or remunera- while the organizer gives hrs time and expects no reward. Those who" wish to voluntarily send small remittances for expenses of printing and mailing membership cards, and so forth, and in case tlie subscriptions warrant it, for the pub- lication of a hand-book or directory of veterans, are requested to send their contributions by postal note, money order, or registered letter, addressed Hon. Sec'y. Imperial Veterans' Asso- ciation, 1S3 Walnut St., Winnipeg, who credit the same and hand I't over to the treasurer. The objects of the association are: 1. Banding together in a united or- ganization all x-eterans who have ser- j ved the flag for the British Empire. 2. Securing for veterans what is their just due and helping them when- ever possible. I i o. Uplifting the standard of respec- tability in the eyes of the people. 4. Patriotic, non-sectional. National in spirit and scope. 5. Cherishing the names and deeds of our comrades (living or dead.) 6. Annual re-union at convenient places. 7. The placing of every veteran on the Honor Roll, which historic doc- ument will be placed in the Archives. {The association wishes -to complete its Honor Roll, so those eligible to join are asked to send their names and full service at once to the secre- tary, and the names of all other vet- erans in the vicinity. Special attention must be made of the uniform bat. These hats are sup- plied "with silk cord (for every day use if and magenta official bands for parade purposes. The left side is looped up with a piece of medal ribbon, and the old corps badge AUCTION SALE OF LETHBRIDGE INSIDE CITY PROPERTY I have received instructions and wiil sell by public auction on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1910 At the Alexandra Hotel, Lethbridge, At 8 p.m. snarp, the following .parcels of splendid INSIDE CITY PROPERTIES 1 house, eight roomed, fully equipped, standing on 1 acre of ground on London Road. This acre Is capable of being divided into 11 lots, 6 on Lon- don Road and 5 on Peplow street. The only acre left in- side city. 1 brick house, fully modern, 8 roomed, standing on one and a half lots on Bartlett street. A business man's residence. 1 house, large stable and shack, standing on 4 very good lots on Torrance avenue. Good quarters for horseman. 2 houses, well built, large stable, -work shop and chick- en house, standing on 4 very big lots on McNabb street No better stand, in the city for contractor or draying busi- ness. 3 beautiful corner lots on block 121, an ideal residence site. 1 house, standing on 2 lots in block 123, Westminster road, rents for ?30 per month. 2 dandy lots, 23 and 24, on B.urdete, Street in-block 2 corner lots in block 123; Courtland and Ernest. Mon- ey makers.-. 1 corner Ipt, 75 x 66, Round Street and Loncon Road, one of the few good sites for rooming nouse or store. 1 corner -on Coutts and McDuff, close tc. new school and a fine resi- dence plot. 2 very large corner lots on Cutbill and McDuff, 611 124: capable of accommodating 4 large houses facing north, on McDuff. 2 lots, 8 and 9, block 2. Victoria Park. Easy terms. For par- Courtland and Ernest streets, These properties are all good investments. Easy terms. ticulars and terms, apply to CHARLES H. KERR. THE GOLDEN .WEST REALTY'CO.; Auctioneer Crabb Street Great Offer in Real Estate 48.LOTS FOR SALE NEAR AGRICULTURAL lots are worth 5300 per lot. Every lot is a fine building spot. We offer these lots on the .following-terms: CASH FORGONE LOT AND FOR and same per month until paid for, no taxes, giv- en any time. In one year these lots will selling at double the .price they are BOW 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 wiil take the lot off your hands and give you back with 8 per cent, interest." We are taking all the chances, you can't lose. W. H. Johnson Land Co. OFFICES IN JOHNSON BLOCK. 323 ROUND ST. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eack situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. A SACRIFICE Aii eight roomed house on Round Street, thoroughly modern. An auto shed at back. Price Terms L. S. RIPLEY CO.' Office Macdonald Elk. Phone 1034 number on 'button, of the owner, at- tached to the side thus turned up. Lastly, the association wants an or- ganizer In every town or village. It a veteran who will assist ths association by securing rames of oth- er veterans in tb.e locality ?Kil tor- warding their namei. Stage drivers in 'Middlesex county refuse to renew rural delivery con- tracts at present figures. Niagara Falls. Out, having .less than population, has "been refused the aaked-for free mail delivery. Germany is unanimous in, its approv- al of' the proposed eastern tour of the