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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ON THE MARKET Inside City Limits Facing Charles Street One Third Cash, Balance 3 and 6 months THESE LOTS WILL IN ALL PROBABILITY HAVE WATER AND SEWER CONNECTION THIS YEAR CO. PHONE 1153 I I Call and Inspect Our Stock This Week I ij _ i We are sHowmg some particularly ll good lines in Dressers and Stands and s 1 Buffets. H Library Chairs and Rockers a speciality tire with a toothed met- al band, a resident of Moorestown.i ?r N. provided (himself with a vehicle with which 'he travelled high speed i over srtowy and icy roads. THE 1 LETHBRIDGE 'CAFE The interior streams of 'the state of New York, according to an expert's estimate, could be made to furnish TRANSIT COMPANY ARE OPERATING MORE CARS Philadelphia, Feb. S o'clock the Transit company claimed it had cars in operation or 100 more than at the same nour yesterday. The first horsepower -If properly disu'iroance of the occurred in nessert, i West Philadelphia, where men, .wo- men and children joined forces in stoning a car. None wore hurt and Submarine warfare, to the extent at leas: of employing divers against! an enemy's ships, .was known to Alex-1 ander 'the Great, more than three cen- j turies U. C, one man was arrested. NEW LAND BILL BEFORE JAPAN HOUSE Tokio, Feb. Minister Komiini, speaking in the diet today on The land ownership blii. said that the government desired the passage of the measure because it was in accord- ance wiith the usage of civilized na- tions in- which foreigners were per- mitted ito own land without resfcric- DALAI LLAMA FLED FROM LHASSAi 'MUSICAL fflGHLANDERS LYCEUM TO-NIGHT clean, up to date. IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Capita! Authorized ....................................51G.GOG.OOO t Capita! Paid Up.......-................................. Reserva Fund A Connecticut fireman has patented! blunt-ended tongs TO facilitate the1 handling of hose. _____ I cables with hemp cores to I (take tip the stein more evenly are a Swedish invention. A tieuera! Bankin Business Transacted. S I i I BANK DEPARTMENT 5i.'K' upwnros received and interest allowed from riaf.e of deposit. L-ETH3R1DGH ST. W. R. SEATLE, EAST END WESTMINSTER Manager ROAD AND FORD ST. One of the newest milking ma- chines includes a pulsating vacuum driven by an electric motor. Almost the entire world's supply of Good menu. Quick service. ct> Pursued By Chinese. Refuge in India i Calcutta, British India, Fob. j i The Dalai Llama, the supreme head of HUt.no Uamist Hierarchy, who fled from y> i Lhassa, the caprtial of Tibet upon H; approach of the Chinese troops, has Best of All Our Oranges and Lemons Are "Sunkist" All white help. made good his escape into Siakkim. n j state of India to the south oT Tibet and adjoining Rarjiling. the British in which place the fugitive will seek ;in asylum. The escape for Dalsi Llama was a narrow ono, tor Chinese troops, bent upon his capture, hotly pursued him to the borders of Siak- kim. The Thibetan head travelled day and night and at one of the cloves comes from Zanzibar and neighboring: island of Pemba. More than two-thirds of the natives or China are agriculturists, vishig primitive methods, centuries old. j ________ j By heating an oil tempering hath by i electricity instead of gas or coal, the danger of fire K eliminated. Next Arlington Hotel Orders for draying left here will receive prompt attention. ferries the Chinese overtook the Tiliot- an party. His however, en- gaged their pursuers, thus permitting time for Dalai Llama to reach the j frontier, but few of his party was loft [to htm when he crossed into Siakkim. JJ> i What is known (o the trade 'as a' complete is one containing