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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December Letbbridsce, Alta. With All That Will Make It The Prosperous New tear nun n to Miss Massing Troops on Frontier to Take Advantage of Reported Revolution in lew Repuwc -Dissension in Ministry London, Dee- 31 by. Spain oi the -The born republic o! bv w rich corrupted the now bus- Portugal is believed today by tll? monarchy and Portal reaches the acute Jjuice .g 10 by Lhe i eminent had been unable to premier Canalejas j possession of. d-c'arcd to'have Knows portu_ on fc hope that the j the_Marquis Portugal will arouse the. gues e rumo ge mlQlswr to S-ret Service Active _ I tnc 7 31 -The correspondent the V; v arcniclc who wrote the perfectly aa- ,ateh from Madrid re- ministry. It ,viil r.5t between Roy- Republicans, but bea An Advance of Nearly One Hundred; Dollars in' The Customs Receipts- ice Figures The customs boase some idea or the returns give _ iount re Tice was as cc during IS09, __ close increase. GJ. lorty per coat. months as compar- uomssteaas. months of last year 1909 1910 Vabandoned and cancelled Homesteads. OF .STEAMER im__.rft ON LAKE SUPERIOR Fort Arthur, Dec. re- loons wreck of steamer, named Cres- Icey., near Grand Marias, on the Min- nesota snore. Young Woman Held up a Real Estate in Saskatoon Saskatoon, Dec. dollars I want it now.'.'- With: this, demand, a 'voman appeared in >he young real estate man oitt The 'young real-estatwr- tried show total of a, compar- ed 'with for 1909. Insurgents Reported. to One Engagement Homestead Entries _ December there were entries raade at the local land office for 46 nomesteads, 24 pre-emptions, and 4 purchased homesteads, making the to- tal for the year 650 pre-emptions, and SO Douglas, Am., Dec. skirmish with rehels ud shed in Sonora in the rection was reported in .a miles is 'a large decrease irom. 1903 tie entries respectively v vMv 2 375 and 64- "'-The' reason for this is the .division of the district, the part where nearly aq the homestead land available preiect reports one dead, lour Bounded and. ten EARTH TREMBLES AT Minneapolis, Dec. 31. Coming to conclusion that the price of lands, these to farming, are inflated, Kon. W. Holt, speaking bcfoie the convention oi an associa- tion for the of science, declared that "sooner or later this irfiated land bubble will -burst, __ and Avhcn it, does, a large ot the TAlior-al banVs bcA since 1900, t'-P to tail-" Ke told his hear- ts' ti-at" the collapa.-. oi the hifih Prices mlcht come within a vr that it surely -would come Vittiin 'two or three years, and he "Because of heavy loans on lands Oi to are like- iv rn have moderately tight money 4tn the land boom bursts. Because oi hi-h land values and the p.ercent- fi iarm products that go to the present business dR- press-.cn "is litdy to San sTaaciscui tremors vcere felt here about siaCe 411 today, and continued several i r_ seconds, "otaer towas r south report severe chocks, age is reported. York, Dec. 30-la the first in- terview Mrs. Augusta B. Stetson, for- rjv a director of the First Church Christ Scientist, In. this city, has of the Best Fell from His Aeroplane and Died From The injuries Aviators COLD WAV loss is six hundred men tolled. lu surrectionisW loss MeSORLEY IS COMMITTED TO STAND jaryis, Out., Dec. ev charged offering o the body of an aged men, was 'brought un fox -esterday and committed to ail to await trial. The to col nouse as poultry. SNOW STOPS TRAN1S yrandan, Dec. ai.-As a r-.suit oi ciy e siormv weather, and drrft.ugjshe trains are running .behind tnneiers__t tooay. The'weattev is clear j intensely cold. of _- given since viw" -ir baicer G. Eddy, she made the positive ;B. j. i SrSTjlOI. ._, j >S OV" live TTrJrlv tX'lli VGt, v 53. -Oxivvj i i i TV Jiis an altitude of >isant out. He land- dving shortly Suddenly for some to Dec. western cold w._ has'reached Ottawa. tem- Moisaat; perature during the the and fall this year and also lower than IT MJY ii BlAI c -I she said, "that Mrs. throU-in, a manifestation, J, NO maKe reveal herself to me and oth- :o the outside %vorld. The same situation exists today as vrhen JCS-QS of Nazareth tvas buried. "After three (lays he manifested mmseif to prove that there is life Mrs. Eddy will do the Qi.ua- Ttfarshan is a station on .he r-U-vav On one side .omral and on the other li and beyond Lake _. Ponchar- j.. air currents ot Hers still monjciei lo-w f-H a complete wreck. d in_ lbc night registerea as hurried placed aboard 2> d ces below .zero and was at train and hurried to this at 8 o'clock morn- route. W Several thermometers at ness places throughout, the city res- >red at around IS and below zero during the forenoon. LA Fear That R. Bradshaw i Was Killed by Failing From Train Dec. 30. A Winnipeg, Dec. four teen o'clock, no decision nad .Been arrived at by the mass meeting of the street railway employees regarding the lat- est proposal assented to by the Street Railway Company. the same in his day. T VjV-1-. A1 take longer for Mrs. Eddy AUO pass through the experience of ma- ter'al to a determination of ev- lierlastin.s life: it not occur for ii vears, or it may occur tomorrow.but win manifest herself, and all men saail Know j.nii _ lT4Vv rush of wind coming TS tV-ive'-" causing eddies in vhichWc been noted .as ous bv several aviators flymc m ,h.. ta a .Ity trying t High River, Dec. are persistent rumors going the rounds to the effect that the C. P. R- has decided to enter this town from Blackie instead of going to Aldersyde, and that they have cancelled the COL tract for the construc- tion of ibe bridge crossing the rtvor at Aldersyde. AVALANCHE CAUSES DEATH OF TWO] Turin, Italy, Dec.., Ju! severe wintry weather, with heavy A j snow, is causing many disasters, es- avalancnes are reported. One XLburied" a house near Tenda Maritimo, 1 also killing four and injuring two, pro- -r fatally. It is feared that there av are "other victims. Throughout Cu- the their ;