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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta A The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February Warehouse Site, for actual use or for speculation One Lot on Smith Street, Halt cash balance in 6 arid 12 months Page 3 W. R. DOBBIN '310 GHyn Street Have 4 aero lots within the mile radius ranging from 4- to Five corner lots DufC Addition. 1300.00 each. IEMPEST DRIVEN OX THE PACIFIC 5 fully modern houses all iu bandies', balance terms to suit. desirable locality. cash MCGREGOR DICKSON 4 BEGIN BLOCK 4 4 4X4- 4 f M 44 4 44444 -t- A few lots on McKIllop Street, North Ward, each. Terms. 4 room house and 2 lots on Robert Street, North Ward on terms 1700. Liberal discount for cash. We have some snaps in farm laud close In. For prices and terms inquire GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Open.from 7-9 evenings Phone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block Box 1892 Two Good Lots beside Athletic Grounds for J sale at each, with terms. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE J Phone 1045 Alberta Lethbridge Box 254 44 4 4 M 4 MM M M 1-2 Section improved land, 5 miles from Lethbridge; 3 miles from Kipp per acre. Terms. Illinois-Alberta Realty Company JOHNSON BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 455. 4 f 4 444444444 6 Acres in north end of city, only J3000.00; f 1800.00 cash, bal- ance in 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent interest. A No. 1 buy for subdivi- 4- sion. IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO; 44U44444444444444444'4 44 4 4 44 44 f 4 4 4 4 4 4 4.4 4 4 4 4 44444444444444444 4 4 4 4444 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 ARE YOU LOOKING FOB LAND WITH AN EASY CASH PAYMENT TM-E HAVE FOR SALE an A.I. Half-Section'within two miles of the Maryfeld-Lethbridge.Branch of the C. N. R. All can be broken; is slightlyr foiling and covered with a good crop of grass. Price only 412.00 per acre. cash and the balance In four equal annual instalments, with interest at 6 cent.- For this and other bargains apply to tbc CANADIAN FiEAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 7 Bryan Block. Auto. Phone'1011. P. O. Box 387 ft BRITISH ELECTIONS COMPLETED London, Feb. the election on Saturday of Mr. Wason, Liberal candidate for Orkney, Shetland Islands, over Helmsey, Unionist, by a vote of to 994, the membership for the, new parliament is com- plete. The standing of the parties is: Liberals, 274; Un- ionists, 273; Nationalists, Laborites, 40, TORPEDO DESTROYER EXPLODED; FIVE KILLED Sandiego, Gal., Feb. explo- sion on the torpedo boat destroyer Hopkins killed flye men early today according to a report Just'received. Ihree Passengers, One Known Here, Saved the Ship rince Rupert, Feb. by errific seas, and with oficers, pass- ngers and crew on the verge of col- apse, the steamer Henriotte limped in- o Ketchikan on Tuesday. Exposed to one of the wildest gales hat ever swept the North Pacific :oast, she came very near foundering, thirty hours the captain and crew were on duty. Without food, lashed by .vaves, rain and snow, they stuck to heir posts. Of the few pasengers on board, Messrs. J. B. Gottstein, Fred Honey and Lloyd com- mercial travelers, of cerned themselves with helping bail. The pumps had become useless, so the hree men had to resort to buckets. It vas grilling work. The seas roared across the and but for the grit and determination showed by those bailing, there would have been grave danger of the water reaching the fires fhe men toiled, for to a great extent their lives depended upon staying with the task. Almost Gave Up More than once, practically every- body on board despaired of ever being iaved. No land was in sight. .It was out of the question to shape a course or any particular point. The main ob- ject was to keep the boat afloat. Be- low, some of the crew suffered from scalding, and their appearance, on reaching Ketchikan, was sufficient proof of what they had endured. Fell Unconscious Mr. Gottstein, one of the bailers, lab- ored to the limit, and when he passed I the latter, it was to fall unconscious on j miles up the valley west of the deck. GREAT GROWTH NORTH WARD Census Will Show that Population Has Doubled The census returns hare not all been tabulated yet but as'far as has, been ascertained there are easily four thousand people living north ot the track. At No. 3 there are 1192 peo- ple who have bet-n counted and in the North Ward there are 2250. There are still many who have not yet been counted in and it is. safe to say that there are four thousand people living on that side of the C.P.R. tracks. II these figures are correct, it means that the population of that part ot the city has doubled during the past year. M M 4 4 corncr -'of'Dufferto and Ashmead One of the nest corners m t Lots the Duff Addition from up oa easy For particulars enquire THREE LQTS streets. city. L S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Blk. t 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4444 44444444 AT BURMIS AND SENTINEL From Burmis to Sentinel the three yard crews of the C.P.R. are kept busy shunting on .the yards of the various coal mines of the district. These crews gather all 'the'cast bound coal laden cars at Burmis and the west bound coal trains are made up at Sentinel. Burmis is at the western edge, of the farming lands of this part of Al- berta. From near Burmis the new railway will branch to Carbon Hill 'so this station has a-bright future ahead as a junction town. "THE WITCHING HOUR" OF UNUSUAL MERIT .The universal comment on "The Witching Hour" at the Majestic last .night pronounced it a play of unusual merit. The new theatre is now fin- ished and presented a most handsone and 'up-to-date appearance. The play was one that holds a most fascinat- ing interest throughout. It was a problem play dealing, with the mys- terious psychic phenomena which 'are only just beginning to lie Into Ketchikan Finally, was was seen from what e Banks Island, and subsequently the Henriette managed to make Ketchikan. The captain, officers Coleman is the coal property of the Sentinel Syndicate. It extends for a distance of five miles to the north and the south of the track and coal seams have been traced for a distance of eight miles and -seams found vary- in thickness from fov feet and crew were given a tangible expres- inS tflicicness from fov feet to sion of appreciation by the pasengers, feet thick'. Over has for their gallant services. been spent on development work on the surface. The Mr. Honey mentioned in the despatch is well known in Alberta, and for some years lived in Edmonton where he was a traveller for Revisions Freres, and later travelled Southern Alberta for the MacMasters of ver. On these trips he became well knpwn to many In Lethbridge.' While it is often impossible to pre- EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT The education of the children of the Pass is not neglected for there are altogether now nearly a dozen teach- ers. Some of these teachers are also doing overtime teaching small classes in a night> school. One can't help but remark here on the benefits that would acme riot only to the students of a night school by modern science. The ycnns in which the Psychic power 'vas. demon- strated were" exceptionally strong. The Summers Stock Companv.niiXTVe much appreciation of the theatre go- ing public for their production of this play last night and the otrvs cf plays which make up their entire biH. The play tonight is "The; f-rres- sor's Love a most delij.hL.iil love story drama full of life and de- lightfullt entertaining passages. LYCEUM LAST NIGHT A pleasing .and .entertaining pro- gram was given at the Lyceum Ust night when the Roberts Duo gave their pleasing little sketch entitkd "The Doll It is full ol very amusing situations..- Miss Anr-ie JVTir operatic vocalist, is excellent. and from a musical standpoint coujd not be improved. Miss Powell- enthusiastically received in her illus- trated melodies. The pictures Vere first class. 4444444 4 4.4 4 4 4 4 M M 4 4 4 vent an accident, it is never j but also indirectly to the Province if