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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December THE MSTHBKIDGE PATLV 1 LOT Iff BLOCK 22, Idf cash; balancs and one r FOE EENT-Moderri'6 rio'm cot to vent ?sh; month to suitable tenanre'mshsd' CALL AND PET ONE OF QUB MAPS OP 6 nios.y8 per cent, and 6 cent, months. Very-close in; a Lowes Reprwenting: North American Life Assurance ca re assurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co Phoenix Assurance 'Co.. Ltd., of London. AT-Calgary, Edmonton, LETHBR.DGE, High River, P fea 'US for modern. housVclose in, snap. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block LOANS THE H. JVIACBETH AGENCY SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at each. 6 lots in-Block 26 Duff Add, close to new school at .5100.00. Westminster for So Says Asquith in De- fending Government's Action London, Nor. Asquith 'Peaking at Reading, said'there we-e -ail sorts of sinister theories put for-' IN MAKING S'NAPS .WORTH LOOKING UP acres least of vstirling! only per acre 320 acres near per acre on lot 87 1-2 x No midnight last lor- and another offi- ward to-.account for the conduct of 5 f' W' P' left Calsary the government. the. swiftest motor car which could r "Tfcey. tell you that dissolution -had been dictated by said he "But you may take it from-me that he had no more, to do with dissolution than the man in the moon. It was due to the deliberate judgment of the "gov- ernment to take a final decision of the electorate on the protracted contro- versy surrounding the veto bill." In rregard to the rererendum propos- al, the premier said he objected to the substitution of casual of judgments -by the plebiscite-of an: which may be imperfectly rlat'in THE INVESTMENT CO RftnM -in AI _. f A 10 ALBERTA BLOCK-PHONE 771 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERGE be found fti for Carbon, a dis- tance of some seventy miles, ,in order to arrest Jonn C, Fisk, whom Thomas Melville Robertson implicat- ed by his confession in the murder of Tucker Peach.. in a .bitter ride through the blinding snow, below zero, the .officers arrived safely in Carbon about 3.30 a.m. this "morning. :-Acting upon orders they waited in the Vicinity of the livery .barn which is owned--by Fisk-until the'early morn- ing.; As soon as Fisk .arose he was b arrested and a -telegram "was received "VUiU. LLQ- tthe, very foundations of represen- tative government. If would degrade the .House, of Commons from the po- sition of the greatest and most delib- erate in the world to the level of not more than a debating society" a.m-. MURDER TRIAL ISPROGRESSEVG The Testiinpnay Taken at Moose Jaw in Gull Moose> Jaw> Sask., Nov. p., and Dr. Lougheed, of Gull Lake, gave important evidence in the Gull Lake murder trial-nere to- day. Their testimony went to show that the accused, who. was naturally .very clrunlc on the night ci the tragedy. The rbliowing r ante-inortem state- ment made by the deceased, was read to the jury: "i; Wm. MacBride Caving the fear of death upon me do make the' following -statement- Jfy son Louis shot me. 'I waB in the house when I was.shot- know whe- ther or not it not to excite him; I want you to. be hard on my boy." Cross-examination' by. Nolan, tended to show th'at the-prisoner is LOOK THESE OVEE Lots on Ernest Street, between Bompas___ Courtland. Price eacb, On good ternis. L. S, RIPLEY CO. OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK; PHONE 1034 SIR.EDMUND ULa, ALEXANDER LAIRD, GEMEML MANAGER _________ BANK MONEY ORDERS are and convenient They are payable free of charge at all.banks in Canada (except in the Yukon issued by_this Bank are also payable free of .rate or34.9Q.to sterling in Great Britain Jheycan be obtained at any office of the Bank on application. r "je Branch K, Nourse, Mgr. OF CANADA Cijuttl, test and Proflls Toltl Assets 8rer j-cjyi eseuiea Chester-le-Street (Durham) in the Lib- eral interest from 18S5-19Q5, -being-el- .the House .of Lords by'the Liberal -government of the day de- clared against surrender to Socialism he says, must-be put rore party, and as the Socialists, have captured. the Cabinet, just as taev have. captured the trade unions, he throws in his lot with prudentand hon est Hirrel, speaking at North Bristol' declared himself in favor'of a second chamber, small, critical, effective and impartial, not to ..defeat -legislation not a tody veto: power, but to interpose, and give the country time to think over measures. Haidane, speaking" in East Lothian (claimed that the price of food ;had j partly increased in protected" coun- tries' and remained cheap here 'The Beaten loaf cost twice as much in Canada and the- United States'as it did here. That was because we were freer of rings and trusts, and all.the corrupting influences which arose out of protection. is the quickest arrests on record in .any -country. will 'arrive in Calgary, this' af ternoon, John-Melville Robertson -appeared Inspector.- Duffus, this morning, the. .murder, of Tucker -Peach. him that he ;w.Guld_ remand Mm for eight days and "the prisoner-did not prisoner, looksl-.weak, over- wrought and tremulous, asked only one .question: "Did ,tney get. the other fellow'" "They did; replied the Inspector. Robertson ..left thercpurt between two :As he was 'going out he complained of the .cold..in the.cells and instructions; were "given to pro- vide him with, extra -blankets. it is possible that -Robertson may1 be- -come seriously ill strain under .which ne City, Officials in I Mail Your Deposits to us, with your Pass- book, and we will return tke book, written ut) When you wish to withdraw Money, mail us the -Pass-book say how much you want, and we will send it to -you at once! If you are far from a Banking Town you will find this service of ours a great convenience. Call and see our Mana-er about -it. R TINNING w I Westminster Rd., N. Ward I Bn.nch-A. H. Roach, Acting SHIPPING SHEEP AT GRASSY LAKE Grassy LaK'e, Nov. Stalk- er snipped I'OO head" of sheep, and Kobert Neil 600 head to Calgary on Saturday to P. Burns Co., thre car- loads in all. This is the third ship- jment of here this fall, which shows good for OUT surroundin 'since the day Tucker Peach ed. RUTH ST.. DENIS BANKRUPT Famous Oriental Dancer Has' Assign- ed Her Assets for Creditors' Benefit New York, Nov. announce- ment that Kuth St. Denis, the famous dancer, and originator of the oriental dance fad with-which-exclusive society amused itself- for some time, had eone into voluntary bankruptcy, Has caused considerable surprise, AV Miss Denis did most of her- dancing with .bare feet, and in a much aboreviated and raner scanty costume, it was believ- ed that her savings in shoes and cloth sol-Minnie Wood the executive head: of .the- -.segregated area, was the principal witness'-before he Commission into the fearer charges; today, and: bore: out he .statement of Chief" of Police '-iic-' Kae, saying givenla-free and getting: .together-" the colony 'he had -made arrangements r women.-, sinrf' TIQH __ v cu: -jaeg- an to purchase the necessary prop- erty. She denied, that -there had .been any graft of the police or men -higher up. _: GREAT BARGAINS ss two lots per month. W. H. JOH3VSOJY LAOT) CO. John.cn Brook 323 F.FTH STREET a. IN "MAXWELL HELGE PLAGE (ORDERS JVQW Cti- ing land, as the sheep were all in the finest condition. When Messrs. Cary and Gardin; Saskatoon, Nov. governors of-Saskatchewan university have re- ceived reports of the various ..depart- ments, .and.general satisfaction is be- ing expressed with the progress made James Qlinks-Kill was appointed chair I (present were Dr. Murray, A cock and L. Thompson. The board let the entire wiring contract for the uni versity to Collier Brooks of'MOD i treal.for and decided busmess triP to Great Falls, nnnrtf-ni- _____ LO WlO Of the retiring chair i- is A. F. Anganwado. The presi- dent was, accorded; a vote.of thanks were drilling for water with their chine-at the new school grounds, they struck a very good seam of coal at a depth of thirty feet, which shows that Brassy Lake is right in the midst of one of the best coal areas in as there are now four mines in opera- tion within this vicinity, all of which mine a first grade of coal. James Palmer, of this town, and Chas. Hanger, of Lethbridge, have purchased the pool room .business from F. A. Bradley, who had just late- ly purchased it from W. F. McNicol and W. A. Aubin. A. Driggs left on Saturday for a! es would enable her to accumulate snug fortune in a comparatively short time. But, according to her" state- ment, her assets represent only a lit- tle more than while her liabil- ities are more than. Her as- sets include costumes, worth 5250, pa- tents'worth 5100, and books worth vvnat seems to puzzle many persons is what the .dancer did with DISCONTENT, IN BRAZIL Kio Janeiro, .Nov.! aO.-Discontent among officers army, as well as the navy is ;increasing. The rest has affected: several regiments a ieutenant -who .'.blamed the president while -discoursing-, on the murder of Brazilian naval officers, will be arrest- d and court martialled.- The sailors of .the San Paulo and Minas Geraes called .on -Dr. Ray Bar- boss and his int-- vention. Dr.- BarbOss firmly, but in a iandly manner blamed them for their conduct, as in some cases" pois- the large sums-of money.-she is sup- posed to have earned by-her exotic ctancin running oackward into Whit- by, a G. T. R. engine ran.into a herd of cattle. The engine was wrecked and some of the cattle killed. oning nas occurred, on board the des- troyers, two officers finding a deadly lotion in their drinking water. JOHN OLIVER HELD UP Vancouver, B. Honest John Oliver, well -known as a farmer and as leader of the Opposition in the last provincial elections, was held up last night at Colbrook station on the on e i line of the -Great Northern- near his I larrn in Delta, Two thugs pointed guns at him, and- forced him to hand over one hundred: dollars. in cash and a gold watch. One- of the alleged hold- up men has been captured in Blaine Wash. W raf Plant late m October and riot next spring.. Be sure and include a few eignt foot a sian Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks; Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station our Black Champion are highest quality and perfectly adapted; to praine y; t J Two years, per- dbzen and eipress prepaid. -v "T- TJiree per dozen aad prepaid.. We prepay express charges. WG guarantee our goods to We want to mail our-price iFst to Vve want to please you. Place Orders JVow Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror B. 0. appointment appoint a purser and superintendent to look after building operations. Fred Earl Keats, a ten-year-old Kin- ston boy, fell off a cart, his T-nvH to' Iy wrenched and 'broken. CahrJes Hunt was caught in the machinery of the Canada Cotton, mill at Cornwall, and had his arm broken' a -Mont. Airs. F. A. Cook. arrived in town iast week to join her husoand, the C. P. K. station agent j here. The Little Wonder coal mine, own ic Meeting w a, cart, Jiis leg u-as in one, of the wheels and bad-' ljUtIe Wonder coal own- iched and 'broken. b-' J' J- -VIills cas been incorporated and was severely .bruised. Lots Five lots, Block V., C1038 tO Victoria Park, ?315 each. Four lots (corner) Block 11, Alexander, ?250 each. Asquith Lindsay Real Estate and Financial Brokers P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1183 lately with A. w. Krueger, of Groton, S- as president; E. J. Mills, vice-' president, and J. J. Mills, as manager. This company is now doing a good business, with good prospects for a busy winter season. Kenneth x. Bcse, of the Union Bank and Stanley A. Buchanan, of the' urassy Lake Security Co.. Ltd., were visitors to the opening of the Alberta Clay Products plant at Medicine -Wat on Saturday night. will be held in 9 Insurance companies doing Business'in Canada last year received in premiums and paid out for losses The-resignations of Consulting En-i gmeer Graydon and Publicity Agent I t-arruthers were accepted by the don, Ont, City Council. I S North Lethbridge, on Friday, December 2nd at 8 o'clock sharp All prospective candidates are invited to attend to give their Views on Civic Matters Archbishop Gauthier's to the See of Ottawa j .firmed by Papal Bull. He will not take up his new duties until Januarv 1SL was smasned, and some of seriously Hurt. OWN YOUR OWN HOME Beautiful new cottage. Sewer will soon be in. Price ?2600. Easy terms. Location 926 Burdett St (Auff.) We certainly can suit you if you want a see some of our specials. Market Garden About 15 acres; 2 miles by road from Carmangay. Sell all or half; price per'acre; terms. Could be irrigated. River frontage.' Shack. Irrigated forty acres up to 320; close n. Dry acre ,up and all welLlocated. Houses to up to All parts of the city.- The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. Agents Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. 1 For Sale est Street. Each buys 2.. cor- lots on Ern- close in. each buys on Ernest 2 lots street. G. A. Peat Co. General Insurance Loans Macdonald Blk. Phono 570 T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Rea! Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City. Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond "uty, ;