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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, February Page 7. Population 1909 LETHBRIDGE Population 1910 Population 1911 amount of building- now planned, the important city improA _ J. "I r 1 _ ---------C> I Vfc 0 I J.V.y J-.1 1. I J- IsftAJ J. A. U T A A. A M certain indications of the great development at hand! Buy Property Now and take part in this development The wisest investors have long since agreed that property purchased in the light location in the right city is the best and safest of all investments. LETHBIUDG E is the right city with a great future before it ORNINGSIDE which the right location too, because it adjoins Henderson Park and will be readied by MORNTOGSIDE lots will double in value with eyery year. You can buy them now at J a Lot for Inside Lots a Lot for 25 foot Corners No Interest Down and a Month JL STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY OLIVER BLOCK HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE A TALE OF TWO PIGS. New Jersey Farmer Sold Then to a the Hams and They Cost Him More Than He Received for the Prices Illustrated HANDS WORLD ITS LARGEST LEMON Minnesota Convict Is a Rival of Burbank in Horticulture Salem, N.J., Feb. farmer brought two hogs to a local butcher and offered them for sale. A price was quickly agreed on, and the farm- er said he would sell, but wanted the hams and shoulders. To this the butcher was willing, and after the weight had been taken the desired parts of the hogs were cut off and handed to the farmer, who asked for the balance coming to him. After figuring for a moment the butcher re- plied, "You owe me And the farmer had to pay it. The butcher had bought the hogs at wholesale price and charged the' farmer retail rates for the parts he reserved. In effect the farmer had made the butcher a present of two hogs, and had then paid for certain parts of them. St. Paul, Feb. The man who de- monstrated that the grafting of lem- on and pom pom trees would result in raising enormous fruit, decidedly more lemon than grapefruit, one of weighed 48 ounces and had a circumference of IS 1-2 inches, is serving a life sentence in the Minne- estins central BUYING LETHBRIDGE PROPERTY. Calgary, Feb. well known lo- cal real estate firm purchased four subdivisions of Lethbridge property in Lethbridge yesterday, paying be- tween and for them. Their intention is to put the lots on the market at once. o I We are here to stay and build our nrst Our plant is up to date; our men wide awake. Prompt attention to all orders, largo or small. Quick deliveries and courteous treatment. Our stock is large, dry and well assorted and our prices are righ t. He named it the "Minnesota lem- and it has never been equalled. He produced the result after four years of effort. Numbers of large lem ons were raised by him in the prison greenhouses in past years, but this year he surpassed all other efforts. The large one was the only lemon to mature this season on its tree. But on a tree that stands beside it there grew six, each weighing over two pounds. On Christmas he picked all the fruit but two. The lemon trees are in bloom, and stand among other plants in the pris- on greenhouse. "Sinbad the Sailor" is the name by which he is known about the prison. Ho is in for life under the name of! i Charles Price. He was formerly known by the name of George Par- sons. He was received at the pris- on December. IS. 1800, from Washing- pany, secretary le and a philosopher. His of his wanderings are FOR BANFF RIVER and he talks entertainingly, oa and other subjects., Mountain Goats Captured, and Will be Placed in a is only one of his efforts. He er rare plants in the prison to Believe That ITT'.rx Cll- .I JI in the Park. Banff, Feb. After many unsuccessful efforts the officials of Kennedy of Selkirk GEES OF CENTRAL Should Not Have have succeeded finally in capturing several mountain goats, which will be r.licci in a corral in the park as objects of peculiar interest to Famous in Egypt phia, Feb. "I do not think in be any doubt in the. minds of who studied the question in the admitted conditions that if a bank is established in this it will be owned, or at least ed fey the Standard, Oil Feb. 12. Mrs. Flora McDonald Thompson, of New York and Greenwich, who has until recently been the Paris correspondent for an American weekly publication, and who is a contributor to magazines, has caused a sensation by and. others. A corral was built in Mount Edith Pass, where a herd has been frequenting the mountains, and several of tne coy animals w.ere entrapped tnerein and captured after a stiff Feb. 12. Captain Ken nedy, an old-timer, who went to Nilf with the Voyageurs in 18S5. died to day. He was a brother of the late Col Kennedy, and has been employed ii ry uf iho treasury, to-usy at a of the Pennsylvania Bankers tion ia this city. His topic was entral the Greenwich Equal Franchise League, of which she was an officer, and issuing a denunciation of the women suffrage movement. In an DYE CAUSED POISON A case at Kingston shows vlvidlj the danger of neglecting to appb Zam-Buk to a -cut or a sore. Mrs. with the Wolsely expediiipi He was born in Peterboro, Ont., ii 1S45. re are two diseases prevalent country either of 'Which is have resigned because experience has driven me unwillingly enough, living in Place d'Armo? while attending to her household TEMPERANCE LEGISLATION IN B. C to prove he continued. "One is Wall Street mania and the other Wall Street fobia. I do not think that 1 have been badly innoculated with eith- er, but I am I'rank to say that it seems to me quite un-American to place with any group of men the power to con- tract or expand our currency at will and to grant or withhold credit to any bank, to any merchant and to any cor- poration at pleasure." Constipation. No one nerd expect to be healthy If the i ton county, under a life sentence for the murder of a fellow tramp in North bowels a m t ji A free motion of the bowels daily should bt. Paul. They were tramping sail-' A Iree u J nilc with cvcrvone who aspires to ors. and both were intoxicated. vhe nue wun e t, F Prior was horn in Ohio. His fa-! hcaUK died when he was two years ofj Costivcncss or constipation clogs the age. At the ace of ten he began life bowels, chokea up the natural outlet of as a sailor on Lake Erie. From tte impure matter, and retains in the system groat lakes he went to sea service! the poisonous efieto wwte products of relentlessly to the conclusion that the right of suffrage for woman, reduced to a final equalation means practically nothing, or it means socialism and free lave. The argument that our boast of universal suffrage meant; votes for wo- men is unquestionably sound. But the evils resulting in the United States from ignerant irresponsible voters are so manifest, why increase them by adding numbers of ignorant and irre- sponsible women voters to the ties, struck her ankle against a sharp projection on the furniture. She took no notice of the injury, deeming it trivial. In a day or two the ankle be- gan to swell and caused excessive pain. A doctor, called in, found that dye from her stocking had entered the wound and set up blood poison. Treatment with Zam-Buk followed, but it was several days before the Victoria, Feb. second read- ing of the bill amending and con- solidating the existing legislation af- fecting the liquor traffic, was up for second reading in the legislature to- day. In moving the second reading, Attorney General Bowser stated that the bill was the most stringent mea- AGREEMENT AS TO CRETE I I 1 I Try, and be convinced that the best place 1 to buy lumber is at the lo_o Made by Four Great Pro- tecting- Powers Paris, Feb. foreign office nmiminced to-day ihat. the four protect- ing powers, Great .Britain. Franco, Rus- sia and Italy, had reached :i complete as to the representations limb was out of danger. "Had it not sure dealing with the liquor traffic been for the powerful antiseptic pro- j introduced into any Canadian legis- pertfes of Zam-Buk and its exception-! lature. healing virtues, the wound might; The bill had especially stringent I! have had a very serious says: provisions regarding the sale of liquor Mrs. Harrison. "But I believe if I, to dipsomaniacs and places large pow- had applied Zam-Buk at the time of ers in the hands of police chiefs with Hio injury, it would have prevented: regard to placing confirmed drunkards j the blood-poisoning altogether." i on the restricted list. J It V I i k l_ O v- i u .j v, w ;-------r _ _. .___ and made manv trips to the South i nature, causing bad blood dyspepsia, He is now sixty-one headache, biliouswa, foul bunion, I pies, boils, blotches, piles, etc. Burdock Blood Bitters has built up an unrivalled reputation aa a cure for constipation Sea Islands. years old. wears a first grade uniform. Not even the Younger brothers while in prison had more privileges than have been accorded to him. He goes ab- all the diseases which from it. Mr. Burnt Wood- cock, nvii i.u linn. iic pVtO air- J T i T> -J XT O out the prison yard and to the lawn 11 to he made to Crete concerning the participation of the Island in the forth-1 coming Greek parliament. CRAFT SHAPED LIKE A FISH LAUNCHED London, Feb. many false starts under Com. Col. Apper and as- sistants, the huge fish shaped craft of the M residence at will dur-i .1. Cured> o ing the day in discharge of his duties O K A. H. DIESETH, Local Mgr. Baroness Road Phone a.' I 4- m with conetipation. "She tried several phy- but could get no relief, but after ____o bottles of Burdock Blood en to him during day hours. He is i Bitters she -was completely cured and k as landscape gardener and green-j house superintendent. All gates op-j allowed even to converse with visi- tors. He has knives and tools at his disposal, and is watchful of other' prisoners who are allowed the free-[ dom of the park in summer and about j greenhouse. Ke is regarded as! n too of Burdctk Blood Bittera." For by M anufrctured only by T. ITiIbam Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA x unu launched from the military baUoon i factory at Farnborough to-day. An hour was occupied in a flight over Laffans Plains to Aldcrshot camp and back to its shed. The new T machine is many times greater in size than its predecessors, boiiig 170 feet in j J length with pointed ends and having] fin-like projections on either side. Frame work extends below the body for about three-fourths of its length. The propellers are attached to its side. U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates Branch, Redpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, Maiager Diamond City Branch, D. C. MORRISON, Manager ;