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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta aiiy iierahl; Friday, February II I I II II II I II il II II II II II II II II II II II II II II ti ii ii II ii ii I I I I The Industrial Development of LETHBRIDGE Is Absolutely Certain It' this applied to the resources of the great adjoining wheat belt ouJy, it would make Lethbridge a city of people. But there is_coal in almost unlimited quantities is a sugar beet country to the south and there is a coal and mineral district to the west, all of which is really only scratched as yet. Lethbridge is the practical distributing point for all this district rich in almost everything that Nature has provided for the human race.- This city has a future cannot help but grow and real estate increase in value correspondingly. The opportunity to buy lots in ROSED closest addition adjoining- the new big city park won't last long at the present rate of selling' and when once gone will never come again. Act therefore your Rosedale lot tonight or else tomorrow before it is too late. Prices upwards: terms of per interest and no taxes. LONNQUIST-SHMRF CO. ROOMS 11 AND 12 SOUTHARD BLOCK REDPATH STREET 4 The Edson Development Co. Are now occupying Room 217, Sherlock Building t 18 Lots at Bow Island at j SCENE OF BRUTAL MURDER t IN NEW YORK CITY a t Bargain I t H H 1 1 FOSTER STILL DREW HIS SALARY AS MANAGER) EXPLAINS DELAY IN BRANDON AGREEMENT i Brandon. Feb. Adolph to- Toronto, Feb. cross exam-! day received The following telegram anatton of Hon. Geo. E. Foster in the) announcing itihe completion of the libel suit instituted by Mm against j agreement between the city and the Kditor J. A. Macdonald of the Toron-jc. N. R.. regarding the 'proposed new Globe, continued this morning by j hotel. E. P. B. Johnstone. The court roomj Toronto, Fob. Adolph, Bran- was jammed and even standing room j don, Prest.. has signed agreement: re- was at a premium. j gret. delay which 'was on accounit, of in answer to Mr. .Tohnstone'-s his absence. (Signed! Hugh Suther- Foster said for the last live orj land. six months of 3iis connection wit.h This despatch explains the hereto- Union Trust Co. he had .been most fore unaccountable delay in the com- 01 ithe time at Ottawa and Ills duties, pleiion of the agreement. The can- as manager consequently had been'va'ss in support of 'ihe bylaw which carried out, in perfunctory manner, will ibe voted on next Monday con- though he continued to draw his sal-! tinues to meet >with almost unanini- I oils suppom. Railway and Irrigation Co. 'NOW Practically on Same Footing as 1 France and- Great Britain Berlin, Feb. Mr. Debruc-X, the Minister of the Interior, speaking in the Diet last night said that the l-'ranco-Canadian convention was im- portant to Germany inasmuch as JAPAN GLOOMY OVER AMERICAN SITUATION Former Secretary Shaw's Speech Saying War is Inevitable Featured France's advantages 'were applied to Austria, Switzerland and Japan. Germany had hoped also to arran for the most favored nation treatment, j but by recent agreement, she had only I succeeded in the removal of surtaxes hitherto levied, on German wares. By tin's, however, more peaceful! premises lor commercial convention have been established. German goods were still differenti- ated against compared to British and French. This preference, however, on- ly amounted for the majority of art- icles to two and a half per cent. at. the most. Tokio, Feb. special despatch die newspapers from the United i States report a re-occurrence of