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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February [Closest in addition adjoining the new Henderson Park] where Rosedale Addition is. Due south and east, in direct line of the city's greatest growth and practically the only way this city can expand ROSEDALE ADDITION if T11 IlT-Jihe Choicest homes-because of its choice location, and lots will consequently increase the most substantially in value If Lethbridge grows as much this year as it did last most of the Lots in Rosedale will be required for building sites aid Values Will jump immediately. _ Now then if y0rhave faith in Lethbridge, if you believe in its future growth and development, then take time by the forelock and secure one of these choice level Rosedale lots while yon may, and see your savings double as the city grows. in tonight or else Prices of Lots Upwards Ten Dollars does the trick OUT OF TOWN INQUIRIES GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION No Interest No Taxes Lonnquist-Skarp Co. Letrrbridge Investments OWNERS A T -r.-r AGENTS UPSTAIRS ALBERTA BLOCK MAXWELLS- liELGERSON LETH TRIE THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC ICOMMISSIONERS.FOR CHILD CRIMINALS BXLAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLIS11ED E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, Gftneril Under the Provisions of an Act Passed at Last Session of the Officials are Appointed by the Local Government in Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge and Medicine Hat rou ble. Paid-up Capital, ___ Reserve Fund, j Edmonton, Jan. .Sl.-In accordance! A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by telegraph or letter. COLLECl 10MS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign countries. FOREIGN BUSINESS. Cheques and drafts on the United States, Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. 123 C, G. K., Manager Lethbritigc. jwith an Act passed at last session of the Legislature, 10 provide (or the Protection of Neglected and Depend- ent Children, the local government has just appointed commissioners in vari- ous parts of the province who Nerres Were All Unstrung. Wherever there is any weakness of the heart or nerves, flagging energy or phy- sical breakdown, the use of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills will soon produce a healthy, strong system. t 4 4 4 Mrs. M. McGan" Debec Junction, N.B.. Can Do Her-f- wish to 4- Own Work Now. M afford a convenient and at tlic s.uiis absolutely safe of sending snin.ll of money to any point in Canada, except Yukon, or to the principal cities of the United States. They are sold at every Branch of the Union Bank at the following rates: OF CATIADA ESTABLISJ7F.D 1PS3 Total Assets Oct. 30, 1909 Over 55 and under.....3e. to 510.......Gc. S10 to S39.....lOc. tc 15c. We issue Drafts for larger and Telegraph Transfers when immediate payment is Main Office cor. Round Reripath Sts J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rri., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Batllie, Manager. NIAGARA RIVER AFFAIR ENDED have Use powers of a police magistrate j about children apparently under the! age of 16 years. Th( commissioners For the City of j lulmc" '.on are Archdeacon Gray. Col. O.JI.G., John A. ind Henry Gilbert. When any1 child coming before these commission- ers r.- ---arn to be under J 6 years he or she r 11 be deemed under the age for! the uojfcs of the new act, unless is provided. Trir of children under this Act j shal tr.kc place as far as practicable' in othar premises than the law courts and at any time it is necesary to have ithe bearing in a regular courthouse, the trial shall not take place uniil two hours have elapsed after the cas- es of day. How Culprits Disposed Of The commissioners hearing such cases, instead of committing a child to prison, may hand over the child to a I Nome for destitute or neglected chil- 1 jdren, or, if a hoy, to the Industrial! School or Children's Ladies Society, the management of such home jinny permit, its adoption or apprentice- ship to a suitable trade. The parents jof such rhild siiaii not remove or inter- jffre with if, except by permission. Other Commissioners tell you what Mil burn's Heart and Nerve Pills have done for me. Three yeans ago I was so run down 1 could not do my own work. I went to a doctor, and told me I had heart trouble and that my nerves were all unstrung. 1 took medicine, as he ordered me to do, but it did me no good. I then started to take Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and had only taken one box before I started to so I continued their use until I had taken several boxes, and I am now strong and well, and able to do my own work. When I commenced taking your pills I weighed 125 pounds, and weigh 185 and have given birth to a lovely young daughter, which was a happy thing in the family. When I commenced taking Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. I could not go upstairs without resting before I got to the top. I can now go up withoui any trouble." Price, 50 cente per box or 3 for Sl.25. at all dealers or mailed direct on rectipi of price by The T. Milburn O La Toronto, Out grams and letters offered by Secre- tary Ballinger in his statement as a part of the case against the secre- tary. Mr. Brandis, counsel for Glavis, de- clared that it is all in the arrange- ment of the telegrams and letters. I He says the way they are presented in the various reports include in the senate document it would be difficult t even fnr a Philadelphia lawyer to i j get head or tail of the subject. In-' jterest in the inquiry continues at a I high point and even the increased, I seating capacity in the hearing room! i in the senate office building is taxed! I by the spectators. AID FOR FLOOD VICTIMS Paris, Jan. sailor who had engaged in the work of rescue until he reached The limit of physical and mental endurance went crazy and jumped into .the Seine and was drtrwn- ed. Two hundred additional canvas boats with crews arrived at points on the front above and below the city this morning. They have undertaken to aid the residents of the suburbs. The government has requisitioned every boat obtainable and posted no- tices everywhere warning Hood suf- ferers not to pay the boatmen any- for their services. Many private individuals, including the Rothschilds, have placed their automobiles and carriages at the dis- cretion of the authorities. _ The C. P. R. has let the contract for the erection ot a new steel bridge over the South Saskatchewan at Out- look. This bridge will be over three 'thousand feet in length and one hund- red and forty-six feet in height. stops csircs colds, hcsi's and 25 I LOIS HI i 1 I D The town made famous by the "Old Glory" gas well Will not Hold an Inquest on Body of Weigand, Shot by Canadian Officer. no inquest without a- body, i In aditipn to the Edmonton commis- Calgary P. Taylor and J. W. Huffalo, Jan. something happens very quickly the body of oeorge Weigand, who was shot in a boat in the Niagara river last that George Weigand was day. will be laid at rest tomorrow i shot hy hi? partner. Gus Egncr. without nn Inquest or any thorough i cr.n he io a. decision by the district others have been appointed in torney that tlie whole matter is under' 'l'e province as fol- f.he jurisdiction of the Canadian au- Iows: thorities the most interesting of yes- terday's developments in the Niagara I river shooting case is the statement' D. Shaw, J. S. Chiv- of Medical Examiner Ranser that in i view of the position of the body and trie location of the wound it is 5m-. These will enter upon their duties at once and will work in conjunction with R. B. Chadwfck. superintenden tof !ers, W. S. Galurakh. .Medicine T. Hopper and D Miine. AMf, he effort to ascertain who fired the stiotj LAYWERS MUST DRESS IN BLACK jncgiectea and delinquent children. that killed him. This is due to the! Newark. X. J.. Jan. 30.-Chief Jut-' decision of Mrs. Weigand, his mother, lice Glimmers, the highest judge in who this afternoon would not allow: me New Jersey supreme court, to- the body to be taken to Canada for; day requested all the lawyers who an inquest. This decision was reach-j appear at the trial of the three Ward- to R I ed after consultation with her attor-jlaw sisters, charged with the ney and places a serious obstacle in der or young Mrs. Ocey W M Snead way of the Canadian authorities i to wear black clothing. The three !be built this year. N m clearing up the case. The first j sisters pleaded not guilty today and j have nice corner would trial was set for the first day j of erecting a brick r the holding of an inquest and there of the April term. Review. EXONERATED Washington. .Ian. third day of the congres- sional inquiry opened with Louis R. Glavis. the chief accuser of Secretary or the Interior still the wit- ness before the committee. The indications wore this morning that both of today's sessions wou'nl bo consumed in much the sarw1 way ;ts were the si! i ings of yesterday in the reading into the record ilio inquiry of va.rioii.-5 letters, an-i telegrams that have been pur. lished in connection with President Taft's recent message to the in response to n request fny.1 thai body for all the papers in the case. This printed document, ameiinl'rs; to more than fiOT pages, consists not only of the Glavis charges and the report of Attorney General Wyckers- ham exonerating Secretary Ballinger from any impropriety of wrong doing, but statements made to the president by Secretary Ballinger himself, by Fred Dennft. commissioner of the land office, and by H. H. Schwartz, chief of the field division o' the land office, the situations, as the attorney for the Glavis and Pinchot Are termed. Is quoting from the record indiscrim- inately and referring to various tele- Bow Island lias six stores, four imple- ment warehouses, three lumber yards, three restaurants and boarding houses, the'Hotel Myrtle, two liveries, two butchers, two real estate offices, two blacksmiths, two contract- ors, one sash and door factory, Bank of Xorth America, flour and feed store, tailor shop, harness shop, barber, pool hall, public hall school house and church. I Over 500 settlers will locate tributary to Bow Island m trie spring Write for blue prints and information to NEEDHAM BAKER BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles east of Lethbridge on the C. P. R. I ;