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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRUPGE DAILY HEftALDTHURSOAY, DECEMBER 30, 1909. MILLIONAIRES to Secure One of the CHOICE LOCATIONS MOR GSID The coming RESIDENTIAL SECTION OF LETHBRIDGE, adjoining the large New City Park You Act PROMPTLY IX SPOKANE 120 People Own Eighty Millions of Wealth ELECTRIC LIGHT IN CABMANGAY Spokane, Wash., Dec. hun- dred and twenty residents or less than one per cent of the population Many Interesting Devel- opments in the Busy Terminal Town The Christmas festivities passed off very well here. A big dinner was given by p. A. McNaughton in his A V-A> of Spokane, own of the [line hotel, The Grange. The build- wealth of the Inland Empire and is now all completed and it is a these nineteen men and one woman Icredit to its as well as the K.r jtown, as very few hotels in Southern cunuol more than DO per cent, of it.; Alberta can compare with It There are seventeen millionaires in, The only accident we have to re- bpokane, according to a carefully pre- j cord in connection with the festive pared compilation just season is to one of our sports, who thirty-two with or more and'had tae misfortune to break his leg, fveM, with 0. fortunes have been accumulated in' again. mining and real estate operations.! A site has been procured for a railroad building and banking, timber and building .operations and hot-el business since 1889. Theiare lo start at an date- millionaires are' I A called the Carmangay Sun is about to be started here, and about three weeks should see the first issue in the public's hands. J. Browne, banking and real es- tate; A. B. Campbell, mine operator: _____ P. Lewis Clark, real estate and rail-1 Mr- Mrs. Bright are at present I I The Price is now per lot 0 down and 410 a month NO NO INTEREST Patrick Clark, mine operator, Dr C. Corbio, railroad builder and operator; Austin Corbin, mine -opera-i tor; William H. Cowles, newspaper J publisher and rea-'r estate; Louis M Davenport, restaurant, real estate and banking; Graham B. Dennis, rea estate and mine operator; Mrs. Victor Dessert, -hotel and real estate; John I A. Finch, mine operator; Jap P Graves, railroad builder and erator; Governor Marion E. Hay, rea estate and capital; Levi W. Mutton mine operator and real estate; 0. G Labaree, railroad "and mine operator James Monaghan, mine operator and real estate; Patrick Welch, railroad builder. "Hundreds of in Spokane on a holiday. N. Wilson, Mr. Peck and Mr. Har- in Calgary for a few days For Full Information, Call or Address made in the Inland Empire in the last ten said J. J. Browne "an-d at ttat Sloped resour" PacSc Ave.-ls es have scarcely been touched. There is untold wealth in our mountains I FIVE MEN WERE INSTANTLY KILLED By Explosion of a Boiler in Electric Plant at Reading Reading. Pa., Dec. men were instantly killed today by ex- plosion of a boiler at the new'plant of the Metropolitan Electric Co. in West' Reading. The dead are: Clif- ford Martin, rigger, Toms River, Elmer Dengley, fireman, Mount Penn, a suburb of this city; Martin Lynch, engineer, Phoenixville, Pa.: James Connelly, fireman. Reading: Frank Cole, a. carpenter's helper, Reading. The night watchman had just left .the plant at C.50 a.m. and, the day force had arrived when the boiler ex- ploded. All in -the immediate vicin- ity met instant death. Miss Jean Clemens, daughter of Samuel Clemens (Mark was found drowned in a bath tub in Mr. Clemens' home at Reading, Conn. o 1 i I Herald the of dollars are within reach of many. The corning five years should make as jnany rich men as became wealthy dur the last fifth of a century." HOCKEY CLUB WAS FORMED A meeting of the hockey enthus- iasts was held last'night, arid a senior and intermediate team organ- ized. The following officers were elected: Hon. Pres., Hon. W. A. Buchanan. Pres., K. D. Johnson. Vice-Pres., P. McMurphy. Sec.-Treas.. B. L. Cope. Managing committee, Messrs. .Put- man. J. Wood. J. Wedd and Helmer. Practices will be held on Thursday (tonight) from 7 to S and Saturday afternoon (Mew Years Day) from 4 to 5. at which practices it is hoped every player will be present as the team to play against Macleod on Jan. 3rd will be picked from the showing of players at these practices. The game rwill be played here against Macleod and is the first local game in the Southern Alberta Hockey Lea- gue. As it- is practically certain that a cup or medals will be donated for this league, it is hoped every local player will do his part to have the cup located in Lethbridge. R. Reid has gone to Ontario." He was accompanied by M. Armstrong. R. Gumming and Mr. Kelog are spending a few days in Lethbridge. All the poles of the electric light- ing of the town are cow up and the wires are being strung, so we are looking for the current to be put on very soon. point; the water will be pumped from the river. Quite a few cars of wheat have been shipped already, but the farm- ers are bringing in grain much faster than it is going out We could do with six or seven cars every day. M. Robinson from Calgary has join- ed the staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce here. The large building which is being, erected at the corner of Carman St.. tion. The Bank of Hamilton will move in as their present quarters are much too .small. A masquerade ball is to'be held in Benjamin's hall on Friday night. Ev- erybody welcome.' The Board of Trade are arranging' a big concert to. take place Jan. 21, 1910. They are sparing no expense- n the matter of getting talent. It is-. ;aking place in the newly built opera aouse, and will be worth going a: ong way to see. so don't missUhe jortunity. CHINA WAE IN NEW YORK CITY GERMAN'S CREDITORS' SALE Will Continue Until TUESDAY, JANUARY 4TH, WESTERN CHAMPION SKATER VISITS THE EAST Toronto. Dec. B. Bush. of Vancouver, the champion amateur skater of the West, is in the city on his annual trin to the amateur skat ing matches in eastern Canada and. the United States. Bush has been in hard training for six weeks and is already almost on edge. He is sorry that Lamy is in trouble with the amateur authorities because he wanted another crack at him. Bush will only skate at the shorter dis- tances this season. We can help you have 1 a i I A Happy New Year You will be happy when you are enjoying a hot drink, a'soda, a dish of ice cream or some of our delicious confectionery. We serve you at two parlors during- old .stand next Bank of Commerce, and Alberta Block. We still have to rnise to satisfy the inces- sant demands creditors. Consequently we N, I- have marked our goods at such enticing prices that can't resist buying, as it is obvious such an i opportunity is not likely to occur again. There is no question that prices so low and val- so high arc absolutely unprecedented. Our store is daily crowded with throngs of pleased and satisfied buyers eager to take advantage of these forced prices. The Old Year is dying, but F. German must live to pay liis creditors. It is nor possible to enumerate each article and price. The entire stock cut down below cost. The greatest danger from influenza is of its resulting in pneumonia; This can be obviated by using Chamber- lain's Cough Remedy, c.s it not enly cures influenza, but counteracts any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia.. Sold by all druggists. Factions of Celestials Are Killing'Each Other New York, Dec. of de- tectives and uniformed patrolmen were sent into Chinatown to-day to check. If possible, the outbreak-of the Tong war, in which one Chinaman has been killed within a few hours, and another mortally wounded. Police Captain Calvin states the the new assassins known in the Tongs as Gun men, were sent here from Boston fol- lowing the recent legal there of five Kip Sing Tong members who were convicted of killing sever- al On Leong Tong men, and that their mission was revenge. Low Jung, the 75 year old Celes- tial whose murdered body 'was rid- with bullets late last night, was the treasurer of the Four Brothers Society, a Western Tong, which has taken a part in the war, making it three-sided, the Four Brothers are supposed to have brought a large sum of money to this city for the purpose of employing "gun men" to kill ene- mies. Low Jung was the custodian and re- puted dispenser of the funds and for that reason had been specially mark- ed for slaughter. Lu Yo Fong, the younger Chinese who was shot three times, was Low Jung's assistant and companion. He said that four men suddenly broke into the room and commenced firing. The police found Low Jung's iron money safe and removed it to the po- lice station. Fearing that the newest assassination will lead to open hostil- ities all Chinamen are being search- ed. Men's Working Shoes from ns Fine Medium Slides from, Ladies Shoes from per pair per pair per pair '3 "i I 3 H TUESDAY. JAX. 4 ABSOLUTELY THE LAST DAY 11 OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK FRIDAY, MONDAY, THREE DAYS OE THE SALE. I WHOLESALE AND RfiTAlfc CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1 v. place to i t Robinson Morden (Successors to W. I-K Parsons) FAMILY WESTMINSTER We have just received a large of class groceries and are offering a few specials until January 8th. Fancy Cluster Raisins, per lb...20c Quaker Brand Tea, reg. 50c Ib. 40c Onions at.........10 Ibs. for 35c Fancy Layer Figs, per Ib.......15c Potatoes, per Corn, 2 cans for...............25c Peas, 2 cans for .............25c Tomatoes, 2 cans for .........25c Seeded Raisins, 12 02. pkg. 3 for 25c Dates, per Ib. f.............10c Chocolates, in fancy boxes. Regu- lar 90c, 80c, 50c, 40c and per cent, discount. Oranges, per dozen ..........40c Lemons, per dozen ...........35c No. 1 Apples, all kinds, box C. 8. Marmalade in 1 Ib. glass jars at................2 for 45c Robi inson Morden Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city- Ask for our coupons with every purchase of and over. ;