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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February Page 7 INVESTORS IN If yoU have made a recent purchase of Lots in You should notify us at once, giving block and lot numbers purchased, amount of money paid and to whom payment made with the date of the transaction. Any purchaser desiring to exchange his first selection for any other avail- able lot may do so, but only through our MAIN OFFICE. 11' you have not yet made a puirhase in MORNINGSfDE you should act quickly, ami secure the best location. There i.s an active demand lor this property, This demand will greatly within the next few weeks. The City ol Lethforidgc will spend many thousand dollars in park im- provements this year, adjoining MORNIXGSIDE. Within two years MORNIXGSIDE will be reached by an electric street car system, and will he in the BEST PART of a LARGE CITY. NO INTEREST NO TAXES Down and a Month for .9 Months Fill out the coupoon and mail it to today with your first payment. It will receive our most careful at- tention. To The Standard Securities C'o., BOX 1979 LETHBRIDGE, AJ-TA. Gentlemen: Enclosed please find......................Dollars. as first payment in MORNINGSIDE, Lethbridge, the total price to be per lot for inside lots and ?125 for corners, in accord- ance with the terms and guarantee in the advertise- ment in the Lethbridge Herald of Jan. 2'J. NAME ADDRESS DATE OUR GUARANTEE If we have misrepresented the facts in any way we will cheerfully refund youV money upon application to our Main Office. Or Apply to JOHN ROBERTSON, FRANK, ALBERTA NEW DAYTON CHURCH NOTES put their lights under a bushel as it _____ .would soon go out, and that it dosen't New 'Dayton, Jan. the first do any one else any good." o.. January the news was not sent in weekly, so will give the back reports. H. H. Diser gave a very pleasant entertainment Christmas Eve; there were fifty-six people present, the young people taking charge of the singing. The children did their parts well. A treat, consisting of candy, nuts and oranges was given by the Sunday school. Sunday, Jan. 2 ended Mr. Diser's superintendence- for the year A vote of thanks was given him by the Sunday school. In the evening Rev. Nash presided as chairman of the business meeting and new officers were elected as fol- lows: Miss Daisy Greeno, Supt.; Obe Asst. Supt.; Miss Olive Deiser, Sec.; George Whitesel, Treas. We and the hope for" a successful year and the hearty co-operation of all. The organ has come at last so we need have no excuse for not singing. Every one seems pleased with it, and it certainly adds an inspiration to the meetings. Miss Grace Deiser was elected by the S. S. us organist, and Miss Pearl Whitesel for Y.P.A organ: ist. Yours for the church, MISS DAISY GREENO, Y. P. A. Cor.-Sec STOP CARNIVAL OF CRIME IN NEW YORK HON. SYDNTY FISHER ON TRACK'GAMBLING Red Deer, Jan. movement is on foot for the consolidtion of schools in the Red Deer district and details lire being worked out by Department of Education, the Red Deer School Board schools concerned. So i'ar the general arrangements are sat- isfactory to the government, the town and rural schools and there is ever} The Y.P.A. was led Jan. 2 by Miss son lo beiJeve thatconsolidation wil light Murders In a Month Stir Authorities To De- termined Action New York, Jan. tide of unpunished crime which has swept New -ork during the past month will be checked If determined measures by the police department heads will accomplish it. Today two hundred detectives after, listening to a. long discourse Trotn In- spector McCafferty on the extraordin- ary situation created by eight murders within a month and the little pro- ouuwa, Jan. Mr. Fishei was heard in support of tlie anti-track gambling bill. Me admitted that tho proposition of racing men that thor- oughbred was valuable and sound. English thoroughbreds possessed quali- ties of utmost value in breeding all sorts of horses, but the question of maintenance of that class of horses in this country through racing was quite another matter. He wanted to see the j impress in thoroughbred blood through- out the country still he was not a fre- quenter of race tracks, but he had been there and results of his observations was that horse racing in the majority of cases did not meet the purpose so essential to the country. RANGES HI Made in both Cut Iron and There is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE DAMPERS on the "Happy Thought- Range are patented features, so easy to operate, that insure a perfect even heat in the oven with the minimum consumption of fuel. If you set your dampers right, the "HAPPY THOUGHT" Range retains the fire for thirty-six hours without atten- tion. If you then open your dampers properly you will have a bright fire in 6ve minutes. More facts you ought lo know about this perfect range in our .interesting for it. HAYR BROS., Local Agents BY IJL4IAM BUCK i mm i i Most of the race horses he had seen with betting on race courses but MORE MOUNTED POLICEMEN were weedy and fit oniy for speed. The would not like to say that he had seen J. .MES R- KEENE IS "WANTED" Grace, the president. The subject I this spring. The school dis-j gress made in running down the crim- was "A-Year's Walk With ood." She said we could walk with God in many ways at home and abroad, which is tricts interested are Waskasoo, Clear- view Cross Roads, and Balmoral, and the children of these districts will be inals started on a campaign to end the feeling of comparative security with which certain sections of che true and very essential for ev4ry gathered daily in vans and conveyed j criminal classes seem to have become to the Red Deer school and taken jnihued. The climax was reached home at night. It is thought there will to do. Jan. 0 Daisy Greeno led the ing. The subject was, "How can we best load others to Christ. The main point brought out. was "by our living example." Jan. 16 leader of Theodore Jones was the the Y.P.A. Subject, "The be no increase in taxes and the schools will be as near self-supporting as pos- sible. Inspector Boyce and E. Michen- er, M.P.P., discussed the arrangements with Premier Rutherford last, week and the Department of Education is Christian's Duly. Tie enlarged on j willing to do all that is possible holr the point that "Christians should not'on the movement. yesterday with the murder of MOSGS Goolman, a manufacturer, and the serious injury of Gooiman's son in use of them in breeding would not im- j cviis, he did not go often enough to see i prove the stock. The kind of thorough- j very 1 orcd he would like to see were winners Waltor Duncan, inspector of detect- of the King's prize in England, but he -v understood they seldom racftd. For one race horse he had seen, in .Canada which would improve the breed, he had seen -twelve that would not. Questioned as to betting, he said the system brought many objectionable FOR WESTERN PROVINCES: Toronto, Jan. candi-i New York, Jan. R. Keene da-tes were accepted and despatched widely supposed to have managed the to headquarters'in the West by In- Hawking pool, which took three brok- per.sons to races and kept others away. tHc had seen objectionable features con I Rags Wanted at Herald Office, been intended here but these who offered wore so i Process servers are searching for capable thai tho authorities decided j him. A rumor that he had booked to take on sixty if thoy could be se-'1 passage for Europe denied at his cured. ollce. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 An Authority Says: is made from pure water and selected materials high in their percentage of nutritious elements. It docs not contain caffeine as does coffee, nor tannic acid which is peculiar to tea. "Beer has always been regarded not only as a popular beverage, pleasing to the taste and refreshing, but as a health-giving food. "One quart of beer contains one-tenth to one-fifth pound of dry substances, consisting of albumen, nutritious salts and extract of malt." GET THE BEST IlrinU ALBERTA'S PRIDE PHONE NO- 554. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t..cir apartment in east 10th street. U nile robbery was at first believed to have been the motive for the; crime the detectives today were looking in- to the case in the belief that Gool- j man knew the man who shot him. J Tho manufacturer conducted a shirt- waist manufacturing establishment which recently has been involved in the prevailing labor trouble in that industry. Gooiman's family now be- lieve he anticipated an attack for he had recently changed his sleeping place and had given other indications of fearing danger. Goolman died 1 wiiile apparently trying to recall the name of tlio person who killed him. 4 4 4 -f 4 4 4 4 The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. NEW PHASE OF HIGH FOOD AGITATION Washington, Jan. ?.m- munition of the present agninsi the high cost of living, mon of the District of Columbia Ere using it in their fight for suffrage. The political study body, a suff- rage organization, has adopted a .-o- solution declaring that the agitation is an added reason for 'the enfranchise ment of the womon citizens of tho republic, because as one of thorn cx- pressed it. known that would be "but j a drop in the they declared j to join their general movement of a boycott at present. The Washington chamber of com- morco through its committee on law an- legislation, has started an inves- tigation of high prices, however. F Scene From J.M. Barrie's Greatest Scotch Creation "The Little Minister" Opening Play the Griffith Theatre Mon. Feb. 7. ;