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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Monday, February Parkview Lots all sold. Now buy Alexander Addition lots at each, with quarter cash, balance 4 and 8 months. Best buy on the market. I have 200. Come and make your selection. W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street WHOLE VILLAGE MAY BE POISONED. Oconto, Wis., Feb. the vll- Ige of Suning is destined to be out by poispn now is the fear of the 20U residents of that little lumbering town in the northwest part of this county. On Thursday the three-year- o... dughter of Nels Nelson died after eating poisoned candy left on the door- step. The poisoning follows the sending out last year to the best known peo- ple of the village of a series of letters in which It was promised that the writer would poison every person in the place. The people are preparing to move if there is another case of poisoning. BLINDED BY TENNIS BALL. Chicago, Feb. 5. Walter Far-well, only son of the late United States senator, Charles B. Farwell, had his left eye put out last night as a result of an accident at the racquets court of the University Club. The ball can- noned off a wall and struck him In the eye. SUGGESTS BRITISH IMPERIAL SENATE Instead of Iloitae ol Lords Colonies in It London, Feb. F. Griffiths, M. P., writes to the Daily Mail suggest- ing that if the House of Lords is to be reformed it should be in the direction of an Imperial Senate. The present number, he says, should be reduced. Canada should nominate ten represent- atives, Australia eight, etc. Editorially the Daily Mail supports the idea and says colonial representa- tives in the Lords is practicable and necessary. had done if the work had been donejabout a week previous to the wreck, [working. He didn't remember his according to instructions. The bridge I it was Brakeman Smith's first day j in his opinion have been safe ,Out there. His duties were to do the for a train. Hansen was taking his and repeat signals. and, Mr Seaman> when examined, stated who knew nothing about bridges. train fell w5th the bridge almost he had been a roadmaster on These bridges were never reported'at the same time. (railways for several years. He was [unsafe or were never condemned for! lie uid not know Hanson's at tne scene of the wreck. That anything to his knowledge. He was :gang had (luit working when they aid. a civil engineer but had a prac- j Roadmaster Bjork, recalled, stated tical knowledge of bridge construe- when he was placed in 'Charge budge was known as "bent" bridge. He had taken down bridges of that description. He did not think that tion. There could be a certain amount 'of tne work there were two gangs, a the bridge would have gone down if of demolition work done ahead of the '-bridge gang and an extra gang. The tne 'bolts had been left in the rails. The guard rails could be re- bridge gang under Hansen, he thought JTiie appearance of the rails in the W. J. LLOYD Farm Lands l M M M M t i t M M M M, M M M M M M they We'e keep the'was acting under Sinclair's orders. ties spaced. If one bolt on the fish He gave Hansen no instructions C. H. DEVINE Farm Loans Fire Insurance 4 IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Southard Block Phone 1353 Lethbridge 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- wreck showed that they had been taken out. He did not think that the packing bolts were in either at the plate had been removed and the three ;While he was there because Hansen others loosened, that was not accord- more about the work than he'time. Mr. Sinclair's instructions he to instructions. jje was jn charge Of dismantl-jthought had been sufficient. Conductor McKlllop, who was the ling the bridges solely. Superintend-! He would not let ah engine on a conductor in charge of the work train jent Brownlee had put him in charge ibridge with one end disconnected. He M M M Nine Roomed House in Duff Addition. Well built. Has furnace and verandah. 8950 cash; balance per month. Illinois-Alberta Realty 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- i 4- 4- on the day of the accident, was nextjof the work. Hansen's gang had quit called. He stated that the bridge a week ago last Tuesday. As far as had never seen that done. If he had been roadmaster he would have con- when he went on It was intact as far he knew they were not discharged butjsidered the bridge gang under his as he knew. They had worked on it were taken to Lethbridge. The sup-jorders but would have left them to for about four hours in the forenoon, jerintendent had asked him to take j go ahead with the details of their The train had not been moved off the! them there. He had wired the He didn't think Bjork was a bridge before they went home to that they were not work-'competent man for work of that sort. ner. The air hoist had been left on j ing satisfactorily. Their work was tne bridge about the middle. He'ahead of the wrecking train partly. j could not say. whether it was blocked {They had stripped this bridge and r not but it was the custom to doiwere working ahead in that way ever the wprk started. Stripping the 'bridges consisted in taking up the 4 4- 4- 4- 4- M M M M M FOR A SHOUT TIME ONLY Ranch acres, all fenced, fair buildings, plenty running water, for a short time per acre, good terms. 320 acres, unimproved, 1 1-2 miles from good market, per acre, reasonable terms. 5 acres adjoining townsite of a growing new town, suitable for raising poultry, garden truck, etc., at a bargain. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. MMMMM 4- 4- Phcne 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block Box 1892 MMMMM Open from 7-9 evenings 4- 4- 4- 4- Two Good Lots beside Athletic Grounds for sale at each, with terms. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 254 I 4- 4- 4- 4- H 4 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LAND WITH AN EASY CASH PAYMENT HAVE FOR SALE an A.I. Half-Section within two miles of the Maryfeld-Lethbridge Branch of the C. N. R. Att can be broken; is slightly rolling and covered with a good crop of grass. Price only ?l'2.00 per acre. ?8SO.OO cash and the balance in four equal annual instalments, with interest at 6 per cent. For this and other bargains apply to the CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 7 Bryan Block. Auto. Phone 1011. P. 0. Box 3S7 hat. After the air hoist had been coupled m they started to go ahead towards he end of the bridge. This was the iist time the train had moved out on the bridge after the west end had been dismantled. It was the custom .0 have the train made up in the way t was them ever since the work started. He knew Hansen and was old that he was the foreman of the guard rails and bull rails. They were also supposed to take out two bolts on each rail ahead of the train." He believed they, were taking out the packing bolts as well. He knew for a fact that they took the nuts off these bolts. Sinclair had been with him two Labor members had a mandate from their supporters to vote with the gov- sheet, totalling HEAVY LIABILITIES OF FISK ROBERTSON. Boston, Feb. 5. The liabilities of Pisk Robertson, bankers, of this city. New York, Chicago and Worces- who failed this week, are now estimat- ed at instead of 000, as originally stated. are approximately The increase over the statement.shown on the day of the firm's failure is account-' Jed for by the Inclusion of customers' securities on both sides of the balance 20 LOTS v In Alexander Addition, well located. Price L. S. RIP LEY Tcl.1034 t 4-. SNAP His opinion as to the reason bridge went down was the taking of the bolts out of the rails and letting tne engine QJI the bridge while in that condition. The jury returned the verdict that Robiski came to his death 'by being crushed between the flat cars of a train on the 7.9 bridge on, under the direction of Roadmaster that the work was placed under the su- pervision of a totally incompetent man and they recommended that a further investigation he made by the i 15 acres close to Rosedale. per acre. One-third cash. Balance 6 and 12 'nips. Clear title. Agent for Barnes Coal. All orders receive prompt attention. days but did not give him any insiruc- proper authorities. LOCAL LAND OFFICE Bow Island Rush Boosts Number of Homestead Entries 4 4 4- 4 4 4 BARGAINS IX NORTH WARD PROPERTY One double lot in business section Westminster Rd One double lot and house in business section, Westminster Rd. 2 double lots on James St. facing enst, ea. On all of above TERMS 14 cash; balance 3 and 6 months J. I. EAKIN CO. 4- 4- 4- 307 CRABB ST. 4 OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL The above is shown by the record at the Land Office. Yon can buy lots NOW at from -S25 to Terms i-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 months. Interest at six per cent. These lots are in the original survey and lie along the railway directly opposite the depot. Make your own estimate of the value of these lots in a year. prints and information supplied by 1 Golden West Realty Co. Co-Op. Block Gi-abb Street 4 SALE 4 RESIDENCE LOTS on London Road; each. cash. Balance 6 and 12 i i E. IVES, 4 4 1 1 4 4-4- 4 i i 1 iiiill4il -4- i- 4- A- 4- 4- A i T T T T T T T T T T t 4 A 4 i ii i i i 1 i i iilil illlllliiiii I 4 T T T T f TTT TTT f T TTTT'T f T T T T T T TT T T T 4 t FOR SALE 5 acre lots suitable for market gardens, etc. 1 mile south Agricultural Grounds. We are owners of this land, therefore guarantee price to be much lower than any other the same distance from this city. See us for prices and -i H -I L. WHITNEY COMPANY Lending Real Estate and Financial Brokers 414 Round St. P. O. Box 377 AAi-i-A 4 i i 4 i i T r TT T T T T TTTTTTTTTTTT T t T T T T T444TT 4-4-4-4 T T T T T TT TTTTTTTTTffTT TTTTTTTT-TTTTTTt 44T T T A FARM ON PRACTICALLY YOUR OWN TERMS Our Specialty Selling to actual farmers on easy terms. You don't need much money, if you have farm equipment. Don't rent when the same expense would make you owner. Inspect our lands we have quarters, half-sections and sections. If ours don't suit ami you have a piece in mind on which terms are too stiff for you, let us buy it and sell to you on your own 1 4 1 H H Whitney Block Lethbridge -A- We Loan Money on Farm Lands We Buy Lands for Cash 4- BAKER 1 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles enst of Lethbridge on the C. P. R. I M MI M MM H MM t THIS H M MM Here's a good 30 and 31 !n Block 37, for the rH It ?B; o pair. One-half cash, balance one year. 6 per cent. 4- 4- R. V. GIBBONS Co. PKONE 1191 OTT BLOCK f M t M M 1 44 SALE Two houses on Brunton Street, fully modern, seven rooms. Each, rents for 630.00 per month. Price Terms. Eumcly Gasoline and Steam Engines, Cockshutt's Engine, Gangs and Plows, Drills, and full line of Machinery. iltv Co. Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Hotel ;