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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Dec. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE INDUSTRIAL to per lot Terms, one quarter cash, balance, 3, 6 and 9 months. I _ _ I The safest buy on the ifnarket Phone 311 Representing: North American Life Asvurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co., Phoenix Atsurance Co., Ltd., of London. Edmonton, High River, Nanton, .--Lots in-Block. 125, f aciiig'.. TbploV and 8 months. Lots; Block 127, ;eaen; ..l-O1' casli: 3 and 6. mos- Block ErnestSt., 1340-.: each; 1-3_ and 8 inos; uv R. V. GIBBONS GO. Phone 1191 Ott Block THE H. MACBETH AGENCY v v LOANS SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and Londonrat lots in Bloct" 2C Duff Add., close to hew" sihodfat on'2 lots in. Block 12S, BY ACCLAMATION London, Dec. tlons, today Yorkshire, Sowerby: J. 'S.' L.aboi. :North: 0. pohertv, Nation- alist: Mayo, East: J. Dillon. Nationalist Louth, South; J. Dolan, JLeitrim; South: .J. F. .SmytHe, tionailst. "-vWiekiow, Kelly, National- ist. E.' Gardner, Unionist. Caven, ..East: S. Young, Nat. MOTHER SEES SON Brothers 'Quarrel Over iencSaiice at Dance and Stab- At- SNAPS WORTH LOOKING. UP --70'acre" tract of choice irrigated land suitable for garden A big money maker for party who subdivides it. per- acrey'V or will sell part at an advanced price. Half-section east of Stirling at 512.00 per acre. Small-house renting for 515.00, on 35-foot lot, London easy terms. A property of 14 .'lots with. 6 room house, a business renting for per month and horses, all balance. 1- and 2 years. IHE WEBEB-H1JFF ROOM 1.0 ALBERTA 77.1 Lots -1 S3200. Five close.'.to ..-Victoria Four lots (corner) Blocl: .11, Alesander, each. Asquith LfnSsay Estate and Brokers P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1183 r JJ'bing .Follows Cot, some'bir.ly.' will i j remarked Charles Claire' ''ana within five hours he the presence his aged mother and '-slsten William. .OSaire, a jail, cnarged with .fatally stabbing; hig 'brother. Trie, quarrel is said to have arisen sister's attendance; at. a dance in Silver Plume last-night "Her gbr i ing was opposed by William, who, up- I on her return, is said to have attempt- [ed'to. chastise, her, and when Charles 1 attempted to protect 'her, -the- fatal i clash occurred. Both men were i ported to have been drinking heav- .'lly last night. INDEPEIENCE ROOT. M.P.P. H Cjf the Waterways fessi6n--A iiitterjy Speeds- Denunciatory Suit -independence -pi' Robert Patter- f would ask, Mr. -Speaker, have we. the :BASIN :OAL MINE We axe .able to offer for sale one of the best independ- ent mines in the district Ful- ly, opened out. and equipped. Se'ven'.fpot seam, of clinker- less coal. Just the thing for .n'dividual or "small Ve are "able to offer this very See or write F. J. GUMMING C.-o Fprrii Security Co. Lethbrjdge T. N. CHRISTIE CO. 'Real .Estate and Financia! Brokers, Agent? -Diamoud City _ Tawnsite. Insurance. Loans T..N. Christie, Notary, Public, Diamona city, Alta. TRIES TO DROWN CHILDREN. San" J. rar'nier, who formerly Ih'ed in Seat- Vut has b.een .'in this citv for aS- a.year, -died, at .a urUay, night, under peculiar cii-cum- istances.; j Farmer submitted to a slight surgi: cal An employe of the ho- ;'tel went to his room-this-evening and Tound him-dead.-liis body had falJ- en forward, upon-.the wasastand, and j Ais head was jammed between the jsoap- container and the The Coroner conducted an autopsy. expressed-the view that deatii Grandmother .Attempts to Submerge had..resulted from asphyxiation Them in Boiling Water Col.; Dec. a fit "of in- Mrs. Lydia Gardner, aged 50. today attempted to 'drown 'her "two grandchildren, .Mavine and Helen Jos- eph, in a tub of belling water.. -Later she tried to set fire -to her home In Valvorde, a Denver" suburb. Both tinies she was overpowered' by daughter, Mrs. George Joseph, and fi- nally placed under guard. HAD NARROW ESCAPE Y.EGGMEN'S. RICH HAUL Kew York, Dec. report reach- -ed.here today from Orange, N. Y., tnat the safe in the Delaware, Lacka- wanna station there had blown open and stolen. j -Montreal, Dec. Twenty-two for- eigners were thrown- into a panic, barely escaping with, their lives, -.when fire broke out in- .the Balmoral cafe, early this morning. They roorned over the restaurant.- and when the fire made its way upstairs they were forc- ed to escape in night' clothes. The fire loss is fully insur- ed. Farmer had.a weak .heart, and re- take an anesthetic for the a local application or evening he faint- in the room and fell in which his body he edge of the washstand pressing on his windpipe and causing strangulation. An. inquest will be neld. Farmer was- 25 years of-age, .and a civil Engineer. He was-a'son of "Frank J. Farmer, of Terrace son, M. P.- P.; for Macleod, is ilidly portrayed, in, nis. spefech on the ;we the right to! vote for.-this; bill? I waterways say I.wish last He had just moved'aithat some the op- vote after -the Premier jposite side of- who are sup-, Jiad expressed a .desire not to do so, porting this I and moved what was practi- cally a wantvof-" confidence. His motion and when start his.speech, J. R. Boyle pointed" put out of 'already -spoken. Prem- ier Siftori. however, very graciously said that the 'member 'for Macleod was like himself; very new in the parlia- mentary and expressed a de sire to have. Miv'Patterson speak. The House the member for Macleod delivered-his speech, the ver- "which .'Mr.'Patterson: Hr. Speaker and naust thank the Prem- ier for :his courtesy in allowing me to speak, in regard to this Bill. With. regard "to the .remarks made the late..Premier -figures he has .given and .which I have taken- _ this .bill at We "are'' told what; es in his district which require im-} their buildings cost in _the neighbor--; pro yem en t. T.-havev a letter on. my ing provincefcot-rSaskatchewah, but desk-here from .one" of'. my c'onstitu- tnat is not today; 'en'ts -asking for a .bridge, and some let that cornV.ujkat the: proper time, roads .that we need very badly. Irwould--like1 ap-'my W- going, to .take[ Dears to me. .Down in my part of some biiild, a road_ or the country we look'upon the water- .don't, want "A" before, one lawyer told 4 lote, cor, Ernest and London Rd., each. Good terms. 4 iois, cor. Burdett St., ?210 each; Good terms. House and lot, Add., close in, 5: Snap.. L. S. RIPLEY CO. "REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AND LOAN BROKERS PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. think it, is alto1) gether. It is Prem- ier not to-have spine support in this .it 'to hiin to ask no man to ...give .him. that sup- port. He. has not. taken me-mtp-.his confidence, I _ know' that, 'Mr. me -of but bit I still tne same" man. I .was when came-up an.d if I thought. I was, going to lose anything moraUy by .taking.the stand taken I would resign right, 'here, i, I; Mr. we nothing at of not one single Jot or tittle; everything, against-it. I think :to aski us to vote .on a. bill like that'-when no one has supported ridiculous. We 'believe that ,we want roads .and railway's and.improvements in our dis- :t. think they affect jtrlcts. "Every member here, has plac- .GREAT BARGAINS Only- 12 lots left in our block near the old Fair which we are selling for ?100 per lot, ?10 cash and per month, or' 515 for two lots and per montlu These" lots :are .worth ..much more, :b.ut, to we will sell' for a few, days, the rest of the lots at price W. H. JOHJVSOjV LAND CO. Johnson Block 323 FIFTH STREET Mil; wer thought there. it should be -with'......We nave.been asked to confiscate, and pudiate and; do away with the- .bill al- "my.'Klea, be' wrong. I came-up here the idea. to tipn which would be in the interests or this province. I believe in .this pro- 'vince. I came to this -province lour years ago without very .much in my I had and when I Heard tne speaker -from Peace River speaking about As" mer that this was'a.lawyer's one lawjrer -up against.- another, Well, don't think I-.-think-it is for the' iarmer here-r-the Minister'of Agricul-' ers there are in "this' House, but'I-am j. a fanner', and :I would like to know; the reason "why I should" vote for this! ''Dill. I'have, not got any reasons I wanted, if -possible? when this bill! came up'to hear some excellent speech! creat country T f M vi es in support of it. have. to. the-north I felt like from I young days when undertake overcome We-always .overcame them, no matter !sliouJd (v, Mr. Speak heard so there is no reason-in the world whv what 'it was., when we had no railroads or anything else. We travelled some- times with cattle, sometimes horses The Census Bureau .unofficially es- umutes that the peopluation ol the United States is WOMAN SLAIN WITH -KNIFE Vancouver, B. C.', Dec." CJalr was murdered at-v.her home IB Comaplix, a mill; the headl o: i he Arrowhead near tne east- ern boundary of British ac cording to information received "here tonignt. A carving knil'e which waa usei! was found upon, the woman's Wer throat was from ear to ear. Tnat ..there was a terrific struggle was. shown by Uie condition -of room.- AS i'ar as know a here, no ciue to the assassin lias been found. The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Go; vs. NO HAIR CUT IN NINETY YEARS Indianian Dies of Fever After Long Life Without Snakeskin Belts His Aid to Longevity Nashville. .Ind., Dec. Mer- icla, who lived his ninety years with- out having his face shaved or his hair, cut is dead at his home near here of typhoid i'ever. In bis little log house arc a number of rattlesnake slims, -to the wearing of which, as attributed his long life. I would say'that we should 'hea; and any other old way we could get !more about this bill from the to this western country, and if I were side of the House: Certainly, it ap- man again J would feel like pears to as a man .who has going up to tbe North, country and thought khis thing: over a- good deal, trying to open it up. With regard to j and who wants to'cast his vote intel- have heard and read, every -don't see 'any reason why one of us is pretty well acquainted i any. man in his senses should vote for with it. A Lawyer's View CHINESE LAUNDRYMAN HAD ASIATIC LEPROSY .Newark, X. .1., Dec." .Chinese laumlcrer Passiac, N. was discovered by the board of health physicians to be 'afflicted with did leprosy, "and removed oi" tuis, and isolated hospital. TN a commission, who had be the .admin- inght, and e'X city's business. had all tht> tbe subject of street gated ar 'Bowman stated that lot been discussed Jn times, but no actio: Yesterday, speaking "to one of the honorable members of this House, he said he had a lawyer's view of the bill, -but I think no man could listen _to a speech like we 'had yesterday from the honorable junior member for Calgary, without..forming some opin- ion as to whether it was right or wrong. I must say that I think it would be wrong to in its pres- ent shape, and I would say to the Pr< rnier that if he has' anything up iiis sleeve to give to this House, I would like to know what it is. because I would like to cast an intelligent vote on this bill. Very Self Righteous With regard to .the maker of this railway, Mr. Clarke, 1 have no sym- pathy with him at all: 1 would not speak to such a man, or have anything to do with him, after the way he has acred towards'this government, but I tn'ink there are other considerations to be taken into view. rWe have been :ofd that foreclosure means to take hold of this money. were told yea terday by the honorable junior mem- ber from Calgary what foreclosure meant, how it was to be deas.t with, in due process of law. Well', .Mr.. Speak- er, I think the Prenv.er should have taken tbe due process of law before introducing this -bill, with all due def- erehce'to his judgment' If he has anything afse to give us before we vote Jy sysk he should give it to us, or. trie lighter member of the govern- such a -bill as a- foreclosure without taking due process Lof. law. I think it is ridiculous to ask us to cast an in- telligent vote' on a bill like this it PLACE ORDERS NOW from tLe Nursery. Plant late in: October and not nest spring. Ee sure and include a few eight foot1 -Blissian Poplar in your order for windbreaks. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Eed) Ciirraut and our Black Champion are premium winners, liigliesi; quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting, years, per dozen and express prepaid. Three years, -S3-00 per dozen express prepaid. We prepay express We guarantee our goods to grow. We to mciil our price list to you. We -want to please you. Place -Orders Kootenay Valley Nurseries B. C. SONS MAKE FATHER'S COFFIN W. G. snd R. E. Watrous-Haul Bodies of Drowned .Parent and Friend Fifteen Miles on" Sleds would be the Alberta and, firteen __ _ yv_ bill-it is iniquitous.jconsm to ,a railway .station, 'Chicago, Dec., rude coffins for .the bodies of "their faiher. Watrous, and his friend, -VI." S. Klauber, and hauling them on--hand through Wis- I don't, want. other tfle tasks of w. G. marKs about this bill. So -tar' I have watrous and his -brother, R. E. Wat- made up my mmd. I don't want to in- cone POT-V up my Huence' any" nian aga'inst what he tnlnKs right or 'wrong, hut for my Irpus, 5908 Midway Park, Austin, who; returned with their parents body yes-1 .erflay. The elder Watrous and Klau-l part I cannot, see how any. intelligent ber were drowned in .McDennott lake, the pronll Try to Explain the aco ping yesterday the and they told us be destroyed if we to go through. I aker, speaking for my thej? rnay think I this-bill, Will be able to explain Jferhaps -we will-hear something lat- er on, but so far I have-made.Aip my mind how f am going' to vote., TELLS WHY -HE "I Saw So Many Worse Off Than Says Kansas City Man near Rowell, Wis., a week ago, while on a hunting trip. Kansas Dec. M. HON. JUSTICE MONET TO RE-ENTER POLITICS Quebec, Dec. G. That the Hon. Jus- tice Dominique Monet will enter pol-. itics, is Liie topic of the day. fvlr, Monet, wno has been M. P. for -Napierviile county. 'afterwards a mem-j ber of the Quebec legislature, and a! A. Nay- 1 minister in the present cabinet, then j rana, of this city, who gave prothonotary of .Montreal, and for] to chanty iast week and then went the last three years a Justice of the, Superior court art. St. John of Iber- viiie, .has iDeen asked to run Lib- eral, candidate in the provincial bye- election in St. John county, -necessi- tated by the death of Mr. Gabriel -Marchand. if he accepts, he will surely be chos into seclusion to avoid the plaudits tnat" he dreaded, reappeared at his home today. Asked why he gave three-fourths of his fortune away, he said: "I had a little .money.' I' saw so many people worse off than I was that I wanted to help them a little. That's ail there is to it.'' N'aylund, who is 71, years old, found a great, mass of letters'asking, for fi- nancial aid awaiting him when'he re- turned to his home. 9600 cash handles neir fully modern- 6 room house, cen- tral. location, price ;only terms.-.monthly.; ?400 handles nice xully mod-; ern -cottage, S blocks from centre of city, -sis '..large rooms, "bath-' and pantry, only handles fully modern 5 room cottage, Argyle- Our price Easy terms, large lot. buys two. beautiful building lots on Ernest St. between Courtland and London Road. .These are good ones. See them. 51050 each buys two lots QV. Red jjath.. Si. .east WsstrEiiL- ster" Road. (Warehouse property.) Selling Agts. for the G. T. p, Townsites between Win- nipeg and Edmonton The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. Agents Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. en at ,lhe Liberal convention of St. John county, -w'uch will be held in a lew days, and if elected he will be'of- fered a portfolio in the Gouin cabinet.-. COUNTESS AND SON 'KILLED Chauffeur of de Nicholai Machine AI- Dies at a Crossing Le Mans. France, Dec. countess de Nicholai and .her son anc the chauffeur in charge-of an mobile in-, which they 'were were killed .today at a railroad crosn- caui, i am perfectly j ing near here. -The auto the I i by an express train. strucK THE LETHBRIDGE LAND AND COAL CO. FOR A FEW SNAPS 9 roomed fully modern house, with good barn. An'snap at 3 roomed fully "modern house on Courtland street, with a'good Ijarn on 35 ft x 152 h.. r roomed cottage with small stable on 2 lots, on Cutbill street: 6 roomed fully modern house, ou Fisher street, Easy terms. 3 corner lots, facing east, adjoining old fair grounds, at ea.. 2 lots-on Gutbill 'street, between and London.. riot on- Ford "street, near fire hall, for Room 1, Bank of Commerce Bldg. P. CT. BOX 423- PHONE 477 ;