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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta December BAITT HERALD A Good Thing will Not Last Long Dominion Square is soiling very You will sorry when spring comes that you were not one of the early investors in this Every lot a building proposi uid Use1 a little foresight and buy Call at our offioe phone Mitford Owners Opposite Herald Thirteenth Street North Lots ou this busy street close to business centre and will be in the centre in two to each Dont say you could have bought them at tins but get right in now and do Terms spread over a North Lethbridge Realty PHONE 636 NORTH LETHBRiDGE Without Money and Without Price Section Township Range five miles east of Wool In the worldfamed Winter Wheat of acres threemiles of You can have this section of land for onehalf of Seven Crone if you the right and have got the otuflt to do No 110 price on the Just u straight onehalf of seven Whos it LATHROP Firm Stafford Block Ftrmt Fire Insurance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 5 2 storey on J 12 near Gnlbraith Five fully modern on one ball block from car balance In five The Bowman Agency FOR SALE of 1920 acres near Gran six mjlcs from Railway station 800 acres natural hay balance can be irrigat ed and converted into lirst class agricultural and An ideal location for ii stock farm on the line of tlie new govern automobile uow under price and terms write TKe Lund Land and Development Limited BRITISH COLUMBIA 448 ACRES of MEADOW LAND in BRITISH COLUMBIA Win give large immediate returns for Hundreds of of hay can be cat yearly without needs only machinery to Hay brings from LOO to par ton on Located on Canadian Pacific Station about 300 Climate cleur and No cold Right or parties can make a fortune out of this in a few This is a See it at HARRY DOUGLAS Box Room Hill Block CAUGHT IN BURNING CAR noped a waiting setting the ca Niagara on Grovcr and Syra employed by the Now York Cen incarcerated in a caboose that caught flre in a wreck in the yards here at live oclock morn freigiii entered the yards by an open switch and teles HE WAS FINED Portage Robert Knill was today fined two hundred dollars on charge of obtain ing money under false pretences with intent to LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE STABLE MANAGER CORNER THIRD STREET and FOURTH PHONE H2c Stock Sold and Best of care taken of stock left in our charge for sale large corral in connection with Farmers patronage Prices reasonable and terms strictly Givo us a WHIM REID DIEDON Y Americas Ambassador Suc cumbs to Illness Superin duced by Asthma Reid the American ambassador to Urea Uritaln since died at his Um don Dorchester House shortly after noon The em quiet and Rek and their John Hu Ijert at the The had hceii uncon scious since nine oclock in the morn ing and at intervals dining the pre vious twentyfour hours he had slightly delirious as a result of the drugs administered to induce Sir Thomas physician to the was called in last when Uejds illness became and his regular issued the following bulletin as to the cause o death fortnight ago the ambassador had a slight bronchial attack similar to others from which he had ed at considerable On Wed last asthma supervened and ihe asthmatic paroxysms became very severe leading to ex treme ex Ifc washoped that he might 1ally no pneumonic symptoms had l ap With difficulty the asthma were got under control but Sunday morning the exhaustion be came extreme and he died from pul nonary odema at King Notified The Hubert who with his had been at Dorches er House continually since the am mssadors condition became lotified theltafi of theenrbUssy when patient began to sink and when death occurred he sent word to the Cing and Queen at Buckinbjiam Pal the at Sandriugliam and the officials of the Almost immediately King sent vis Harry Legge TCSS the condolences of himself and he During the afternoon ines ages conveying tlie warnest sym pathy were received from the Queen and the other BY YOUNG AND INEXPERIENCE MEDICAL PORTLAND DOCTOR members of the courtofficials as members of the the government and the various embas ing that one of the dark tat blots o the pages of surgery is and mutilating o orations are performed in the nam of that aoionee by Inexperienced med cal Kenneth wellknown or Portlam made a strong plea for this lift of the profession in his pre sidentiul address atthe first convention of the North Pacific Su gical which closed on Sa Is strongly opposed to youn radunteq being turned loose in cart their fellow men without firBt obtai ng hospital experience and furthe Kjstgfaduate training under a skil ed His observations wei warmly applauded by thy thirty forty members in repr seating the leading surgeons of Ore Washington and British Colum MacKenzIe aaid One ofthe cardinal tlii uid kindred societies should bo tha Tofessional contemplating th jractiee of surgery should have prac ical training and servic jefore embarking upon the practice o So limited are opportunHie nmedical schools for students to re ceivedirect instructions in the prac ice of surgery because of obvious tli that the average gradual mssesses rarely enough knowled proceed with the performance he simplest surgical Not vlthstaridhig these the domin irt Idea of tbe average graduate is t lo surgical and many are tti inknown crimes that have been com nitted In its No one will deny the ambition oung the right to prac ice but has alsi ghts and must1 protect it i eld by those given carefu bought to the subject that ate of medicine should practice sur ery without having served for east one and having assisted a urgeon in active practice for anoth r with added postgraduate ex This at of ex perience would appear to be absol Wtety otherwise surgerv will be done by tbe inexperienced in a wanton and reckless OneOf the the ages of surgery is wan ton and mutilating operations tha are performed in tbe name of surgery sies and legations whitemany u mu bec the so heard the news of the ambassadors death who had seen the at halt mast on Dorchester call ed at the HOT OF AN THOUGHT HE HAD LOST YOUNG WIFES LOVE AND SHOT HER ciety to make its strongest stration against this crying One the objects of this societys exist ence is declared to be the uplift of the medical VALLEY Wil a Rawdon township age committed suicide on Saturday a after attemptingto murde his 15yearold bride of a Th atter is so badly wounded that doctors say she cannot Willman had been acting strangel and haTbored a delusion that his wife were hostile to This s supposed to have prompted the On Saturday he borrowed neighbors saying he wished o shoot some About oclock Willman entered he bedroom where his wife was lying anil without fired poin lank at inflicting terrible injur Apparently thinking he had killed Willman reloadec he tied a string to the trigger nd discharged the gun with his foot le died Willmans who was at the hearc le rushed tothe house nd summoned Coroner of was not and to him al hough mortally wounded was able to ell the story of her husbands inquest will be Willman was well having ved in Rawdon township all his O STUDY FARM CONDITIONS Se professor of philoso representing the Educational So oty of has come Kdmonton to obtain firsthand in Tmation and study agricultural con tions in central with tho in of assisting his countrymen in eir native He says tho Ultra in ns have bocome tired ofconditions nier which they have lo live at and are beginning to feel that have opportunity for development oy must seek them in other land lerc are Galacians in the Do niou of and about in d near They are doins Professor Deniydehnk wiii also id points iii United Sweet Hooker left for her old home in Eng land this week to spend the Ljnk made a business trip to praiinm this and Harry Riskett hate gone to Minnesota to spendthe holi days with relatives and Clyde Holdeii also accompanied them as far as St Paul on his way to Iowa for an extended Rounds has been sick for the past week or more with a severe and throat Ham from Carmaiigey was call ing in this vicinity on Tuesday re lative to the location of cemetery which is much The Ladies Aid met with Galli gher on A large turnout was present as there was an all day and sufficient business to see as arranging for the Christmas tree to he held on Christmas The Build better roads than the Romans is alive to the vital importanceof good Every landowner knows that they contain of greater pros perity that they mean more more profitable crops and more valuable Every merchant knows that they alone can swellhis trade and his prpfits by giving him more customers and making it easier for those custom ers to get to his store But just what do we mean by good roads People in Louisiana are glad to get a strip of aand across their marshes and they call it a good road People in Arkansas ride horseback through their barren they call their rocky paths good roads But people in fertile Canada do not have to be content with such are going about the work of providing proper highways as they have gone about everything Their definition of a good road is the best that definition means a Concrete road BROAD statement Yea but it is supported byincontrovertable facts by the experience of more thari twenty years and by the most exhaustive tests and It is admitted to be the fact by the foremost road authorities on the con It is guiding the roadbuiidjng policy of great The greatest used a crude form of natural concrete to build the highways that have service for two thous and f Until this present no Ifcter nation was able to equal the na we can build better than the tor lew money than our fathers roads that would not last for half the lifetime of thosewho built jfyJODERN made with convent produced by modern scientific meth is more enduring in every cubic yard than the best the Romnno over Modern making raoclunos enable dozen mento lay betterroad in n day hundred Roman alavcs could put down in o In a few these modem concrete roods will have paid for will be practically as good as to pay their builders and succeeding annual Concrete has been proven to be the best material for any sort It has carried the hcaiy con gesled traffic in the heart of great cities it is cheap enough to be within reach of the it can be laid by the ordinary of the most isolated farming The materials ale close hand the work provides employment for horais laborpracticallyall the money spent for concrete roads remains at YOU we it to a a professional or a to your a use your influence ion behalf of this modern best We have made it easy for you to do so by collecting al the information necessary to thoroughly post you on the putting it into convenient This information will be sent lo without cost or upon Simply ask for Good Koids Good Roads Canada Cement MONTREAL Limited Any town or county contemplating road improvement may receive valuable aisistance by notifying our road department of its ANK OF FRANCE IS PRINTING BIG BUNCH OF FIVEFRANC NOTES Taro Katsu it is confidently under take the formation of a new Japan ese cabinet to take the place of Saon jis which recently An oliicial announcement the quantities ol j names of the ministers is expected to ranc hank notes for use in a be made on Monday or Tuesday ssible war emergency are now be 5 printed by the Bank of tould the eventuality the oti thing necessary will be to number and issue them at once to the nextmeeting will be the 9th of Janj mihlic Tilp opinion among j with Will Shirley and father made a irip to Lethbridge this also bring ing hack loads for the Shirley has nice display of financiers in France is that a gener ul war is unlikely ami tfiat the dis position made by the Hani of France is merely The uncer of the international situa iDR SEGIFHPE Christ New Antarctic stuamer Terra Nova sailed from here todiiy to the Xmas something for the older jtion have had the cited of delaying F Scotta folks as well as the young and also a the of now cntcrprisrs aiidAlltarctic Tena nice ine and greatly Inmtinft the volume Oi 0 Sound Jay Rickett held a raffling match at store on selling nice turkeys to the Jerry lickett took the honors as marksman carried off three of the lively Some one made Ight fingered and took one without Baying for either by shooting or ihalcing Brodie died in Carmangay he 3rd of leaving an in ant daughter besides a husband and aj irl past two years The remains i vere brought to Sweet Valley school i ouse where tho ceremony was conj ucted by our I a mosi appropriate manner and roni there the remains wore taken to lie homestead for beside their Ulc who died a little over four lonths A large concourse f neighbors attended and some 2a igs made up tho Much sympathy is throughout the neigh borhood for Ilrodic in his sad be Patricks have moved into their new which JH nicely arrang ed and Several have gone to Cnrmangay to attend Per tigs liorse sale on Satur an Phone 1412 J5ox 531 Harris and Coo REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Agents Labor Agents and General Employ ment Agency Room Begin LETTIKRIDGE pn am it is expected she will arrive at Captain Scotts base at Cape Evans the middle of RAILWAY MAY TAP DRAGON LAKE COUNTRY IS CURRENT Fort advic es from down along the line of We lo cation of the Pacific Great Eastern now laying out its line ne jtween here and state that the companys trip through tlie Dragon Jake coun try with the view of locating the like in that During the past who formerly ran lines for the Grand field fqr the arrived at Ques nel from the lower coming from the ISOMileHousc through the and down the valley of cthe Qiieenel From this it istaken that it is the intention of the to lap the Dragon lake sec tion of tho it is they would strike exceptionally ricli country with large resources in min farming and The location and survey parties are still actively with Lillooet as and no time is being lostin viiig tlie way for the construction gangs which are already THE FLESHERTON MURDER a the reply of Henry held on a fharge of killing hia whon told by Inspector Uenry Rolmrti that Arnold Love said the prisonor told him his mother had gone 10 tho hunitiof i early on Tuesday Tho prisoner seemed anxious to talk about tho but was not encouraged to do Although Love had rersiicsrcd that he he allowed to attend the fun1 oral tomorrow and had boon agroiM I to allow him to remain in hi in the meantime uwler gium crown atiornei O u s ordered his innudiut r 1 s in si i most of 0 i iP i i i n nnrt rcspoct n hi t In i n il ceptod his r i atter MH arr u which u s n I Sole Si i fins situated lot on 9th ft Street South near Third ij Sbulh ami Tvsf Years Te Dowsley Malhsrn Land lsick 7th thr i n i h t II if ihi is i wont my wi ;