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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridgc Diily Herald, Saturday, February 5, A wonderful musical instrument, a beautiful piece of furniture a Phonograph with die horn built in as a part of the cabinet. A trained musician may purchase a piano, simply for the beauty of its tone and the lightness of its action. The real home maker will purchase for this and more. The instrument purchased must be a delight to the eye as well as to the a part of the home. And that is just "the why of the Amberola" combining as it does, all the tonal beauty of the Edison Phonograph, with the added richness, simplicity and charm of a masterpiece of cabinet work comparable only to the highest grade piano. The Amberola comes in several finishes of Mahogany and Oak to harmonize with sur- roundings in your home. It has drawers in the lower pan for holding 120 records. The price is 00. Hear the Amberola at your dealer's today play both Amberol and Standard Records, VOMEN LnAKNfNCr TO BOX fM" AncLbe sure to ask to hear the new Grand Opera Amberol Records by the great tenor of the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, who is the greatest Grand Opera sensation since the days of Jean DeReske.. Edison Phonographs, ST5.50 to Edison Amberol Records (play twice as CS Edison fatandard Records .40 Edisoa Grand Oppra Records i 65 land US There are Edison dealers everywhere. Go to the nearest and play both Edison StaudVrd and Amberol complete S from your deileror from us. 100 J! U.S. T. Possibly the campaign for suffrage j for worn-en is being managed with t more subtlety in Germany than it is in England. That suggestion is offer- ed in view of the progress which is being made in certain schools in Ger- many, particularly in Berlin, in the instruction of women in boxing. No effort is being; made to develop I athletes who shall be able to circle t v'l v (L w v viw I 1 rt I I tr .jr JM t f I v ivfv S4' E'DISON RECORDS February Records Now on Sale Phonographs to O 0 O I I Open till tervo'clock to-night the globe and win championships, but tlto intention is to impart to women who arc intercsti-d some knowledge of the art of self-defence. Instructors say that the women show not a little cleverness in adapt- ing themselves to the use of boxing gloves, though they are rather boath to hit frcoly, fearing that too hard a blow may mar some feature oi an op- ponent's face. Occasionally there arc women in the United States who arc clover in the use of the boxing gloves and are not afraid to -don them against their big brothers n.ow and then, but it is not recorded that there -are regular schools where boxing is taught to'. women. I JOHNSON" FACES ASSAULT CHARGE Thirty Day Slaughter Sale I am instructed by the Columbia River Orchards. Ltd. to place'on the market for quick sale their entire Central Park Sub- divjsion on the Columbia Iliver, Kootenay District of British Co- lumbia, consisting of 00 lots, at from TO PER LOT to 531.80 per acre TERMS: ?10 cash and per month. No interest. Taxes paid 1911 On March 27th, 1969, Mr.J.D.Andcrson, B C. Land Surveyor, wrote us with reference to tho Central Park property as follows: The more 1 see of this particular block the more highly I think of it There f and U iS a 5ty'that U to bt in time verv nririM. .-'f0 fnilt lancl thls district that IB u e Waterloo Z STever before have B. C. Emit Lands been offered at such ridic- ulous prices. Price is no object. These Lands MUST BE SO within 30 days. The owners have given definite instructions to sell every lot regardless of price. This is., I believe, the first time the public has been given the opportunity to buy Emit Lands at such prices. Maps, surveyor's reports mi each lot and' application, forms be mailed on request. THE SALE LASTS FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY 339 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man., or Nelson, B. C. New York, Feb. have broken his exclaimed the smile" was in evidence to-day as Jack lawver. Johnson, the heavy weight pugilistic j Johnson's admirers laughed at this, champion, pleaded guilty to the assault land Johnson grinned appreciatively, indictment against him. Johnson ap- peared in the general sessions court. the opposition counsel said that j he could get a judicial decision that I i John's hands were dangerous weapons.! wearing his big furlmed overcoat said he appear a profusion of jevrellry. and surround i time he was wanted, ed by a big crowd of admivers. He was summoned to answer the "Why, said the heavy weight, "I came all the way from Buffalo just charge of Norman Finder that Johnson j as sooa as I heard of this indictment had attacked him in an uptown hotel, against me." Council lor Finder asked that the bail be raised from to Find- er was badly injured, the lawyer claim- ed. Johnson's attorney said that in- formation lie had from a physician did not sustain this claim. There was L.O evidence to show that Johnson had hit Finder, he declared. "Why, if this defendant had ever struck Finder with his fist he would said the court, "You go back to Buffalo and 'don't disappoint those who want to see you. I will fix bail at ?2.500. Johnson, as he left the court room, was served with papers in a civil ac- tion by Finder for He threw the the floor but his counsel picked them up and announced tha! he accepted service for the pugilist. RGHT PROMOTERS ARE GETTING TOGETHER Seattle, Feb. Gleason, who arrived from San Francisco last night to confer with Sam Berger and James! J. Jeffries, with reference to the' place of holding the Jeffries-Johnson fight, announcea after a short con- ference that he would leave at once for Nevada to confer with Tex Rii-k- his partner Jn the enterprise, in an effort to hold the fight, in San Francisco. Berber and Jcfi declined to take any part in the controversy, the matter entirely in the namls of the promoters. Jeffries an', ms par- ty left for the cast last 18.2 balk line billiard title will be played tonight at Orchestra Hall, when Calvin Demarest of Chicago and Harry Cline of Philadelphia, meet. The play will continue through Wed- nesday and Thursday nights with 500 points each night. FOR CHAMPION BILLIARD PLAYER Chicago, Feb. first of the series of three games for the world's Bowlers to the Hat. The Medicine Hat bowlers are go- Ing to put on a provincial tournament early next month, A large .number of competitions will be held there in addition to the provincial championships. There will be five-man matches, doubles, singles and five pins, and entries are open for players and teams from all parts Possibly High Ri- ver, Didsbury, Crossfield, Edmonton, Lethbridge and Calgary will send teams to compete. INVESTIGAT i I There are many opportunities for 'investment, but why not have the best. If you take the trouble to investigate as to where your money can be placed to the best advantage You'll uy Monarch Lots I I The District is unexcelled. Land has been sold for What Do You Think of the Lo cation of Monarch an acre Monarch is in the centre of a Territory. Its future is assure West Macleo Write D. M. ROSS Monarch, Alberta Lots from to I I I I I I i I I ;