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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Japiuuy 9, J911. TITE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TWO GOOD BUYS IX NORTH WARD: The are splendid buys and are worth your consideration. WORTH LOOKING UP i Six lots in Block L, corner, high and dry, each; one -third cash, balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO, Ottilock LOANS THE If. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE v HERLOCK lota corner Erneit and London at J600.00 each. lota In Block 26 Duff Add., close to new achool at S400.W. cottage on 2 Ictg In Block 123, faclnc Westminster INDIANS WILL NOT SELL LAND Efforts to Secure Reserve at Fort George Have Failed Fort .George, .Dec. -.pend- ing a week at Fort George in 'an en- deavor to induce the local Indians to relinquish their entire reserve to the firin'of A. Millard. undertakers, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co., Drf John McDougall, an official "of In- dian department of the. Dominion gov- ernment, has returned to Ottawa to says the Fort George Tri- report, bune. .Dr. McDougaH was empowered by the Ottawa government to ofter the the abandonment re- .SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP 70 acre tract of choice irrigate land suitable for garden tracts A. biR. money maker for party .who subdivides it. 00 per acre' or will sei! parr at aa advanced price. Half section east of Stirling at 512.00 per acre. Small houee renting for on 35 foot lot, London Road 11275.00; 1-3 balance easy terms. A property of 14 lots with" 6 room house, a business building renting for per month and stable for 20 horses, all for ooo' caab; balance 1 and 2 years. THE WEBER-HCFF INVESTMENT CO. RGOM 10 ALBERTA 771 to the railway company of the serve. An additional was of- i fered them to enable them to erect necessary buildings on the new re- be chosen for them.. The in- dividual opinion oi the Indians '-was .ascertained by potes. The result oi the first vote, was that about hali were willing to sell at the ure, Chief.Louis and Sub-Chief Jos- j cph voting ap-n.inst the sale of their joatirc reserve.: made plain by i the Indians to Dr. McDouga-11 that they objected to the alienation of the western portion of the reserve at a pro'rata figure, hut stood firmly to retain the eastern part, on which the village church as. well'as the j cemetery. '.Will Return in Spring HOW STUDENTS GET THE BODIES Toronto, Jan. pine of a hunaa ixxly to Montreal has to many to tto math- la rogue In auppljing medical coi- lefts with The mpply of bodies to of in On- tario rat ulaied by the chief in- spector of anatomy for the province. This office ia performed by the Fr i t. Lowes LETMiHIDGl, >lv.r, intraduead PKntM M by Brother, America street, Toronto, of an- atomy are located In county and city: of Ontario. Harry R. Hanks, Queen street west, is Inspector for all the Toronto wards except seven, wliere this work is performed by Wil- liam Speers." Mr. Rank gays lie supplied about twenty-one bodies' to the Toronto med- ical college this year, and the same All unclaimed bod- ies at the morgue are turned over to him on order- of the chief coroner, within hours after they are found. He then makes every in- quiry for friends or relatives, "and if is found on the person or in the if; the possessions realize that amount he has the body interred in Mount Pleasant cemetery. At the rate of per body, he makes no profit, for the grave alone costs In these cases no special iuneral is held but. the'body Is removed to the cemeiaiy and burled on days that graves are; being: dug. In the sum- mer bodies are kept from three to six CtocinnaU, Ohio, Pit- rasa, fuuthyr of Mreral worSa on uboacgraphr, art who introduced JH America the irstem of writing which baara the came of bit brother, the late Sir ISAAC Pitman', died htre today. Hia fllneai had uol ben as serious until the paat few dayi. Mr. Pitman'wac bonT in Trow- bridee. Wilti, England, in Id22. He came to thia country in 1853. He was the inventor of a proceae of eaarar- ing. Amona: his writings were 'Ijfe of Bir Isaac "A Plea Cor American decorative art.'.', "A Plaa for Alphabetical Reform." Kev. w. A. Cameron, of Toroito, hat refused tae pastorate of John D. KocketellerR' churcn In CItYtland a of 'fioixi per year. insKEi ;v> 2 lots, Bompaa Sty closi in, water Sewer. Snap at each. Long terms. Lots 18 and 19, Block 128, Good terms. S, RIPLEY A We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains in section tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. 'T. Lathrop, Res. Manager MASONIC ORDER A GREAT HOUSE .BARGAIN 7 fully modern up to date houso or fcruntoa St., only J3.300 if taken at once. 509 4th Ave.. THE EXCHANGE Phone 597 in H.CUL iiuiu iLirce to an I Later in .the week eight Indians who and 5n-ih'e winter as ions as a hunting Lhree months.: Before the bodies are to .the .village and another vote was dissected at the school they are kept taken to enable these to express their from -four, .to "six at opinion on'the sale. The result was least, to await; possible claimants even rnore. decisive than the first, the! late.arrivals roting solidly aaainst! the proposition. i IN The reserve -KKMKl-K HE acres. The proferred price would-fig-: VLl1' Uf ure.out at an acre. One ot the! Indians, who has a penchant for the j sub-division business, reasoned it but' in this "White' man ketchum reser-e fifty dolla' acre, sellurr, lot doIIaY Indiau fool sellum." Dr. McDougaH promised the Indians. ____ to return before spring with anoihor: who died at Davenport, a few proposition for they: approval.. .That ago, was tne oldest membe- of the future proposal will be for -the. tGe'-JMasonlc order in the sale oi the western portion.of counu-y, if hot on the serve is the only rrasonable solution' He was imtiate'd'at Fon-1 .01. the problem. The government i r a full appreciation of the Indian's-rev- m before.cater- erence for the-drad.-anrt will not at-' S the Sernce of the United temp t. to coerce them into a sale' of their land that would'desecrate-and disturb the graves of their departed. Spokane, Jan. Hazzard ?erry Gibsou, rears of age LIVED IN FOR FOUR DAYS- Tort Arthur, Ont., Jan. Having ilved for rour days without food in a grease barrel, protecting .himself from the wind by- turning a- round from time to time, his head covered only by an old bar, Richard .M.snnlns, an -Englishman, arrived in Arthur from White River in charge of Constable Phelan, io serve three months in jail, being committ- ed by Magistrate Depew, for vagrancy. -Manning was overcome on a tramp from the Michipicoten mines and taken to shelter by the proviacirxl con- stable after section men had "red .'Jim. His fingers and feet were badly froz- and he was committed to jail for pany' seizure, -issued commissioner, In.Uie war with .Mexico. He was born in Shlppensburg, 10th, 1S15, and when a boy moved with his par- ents to Kentucky, afterward going to .Missouri, whence he made a trip as teamster to Santa .M. He drove an ox team to California in 1S50 re- lortc, Jan. 2.-Nine tons of; turning to St. Joseph, Mo., liquid eggs were seized today by fed- iater. He engaged -in-business a! CTVU officers in the coW storage plant uusiutss at of the Merchants Refrigerator corn- SOME BAD EGGS en, care. There with him. was nothing else to Jersey City.. The warrant iy the United -ot Jtewartsville, .Mo., until and came to Washington In 1SS2, aettling on a At Gilbert Plains, the large brick store owned by Fred Davis and oc- cupied by Lewis Bros., was destroyed by nre. "filthy, decomposed mal matter." and putrid ani- grown up children survive. In Five KASLO, B.C. ..The healthiest spot in Canada; pure mountain water; perfect drainage: typhoid ur- biown'; mild climate; unsurpassed scen- ery; fine boating and fishing. Property for sale. Reason: Leaving the province. UIXX1 Froni St. two storey building on one of iownatalrs used for picture brtek front In Price 12-JOO. belsace month, 6 per cent. ate (my own residence) fifty feet front; 11 apple 1 l l Bearing; about 40 dlffvrent ..rf (all ftncr) imported from Scotland and Fraace bargain. or 1-2 cash, balance 120 6 fifty front; 4" apple i with furniture and all complete 1800 OML. {Jump quick jatt 125 ft. from the belt corner in town; sofne Buildings thereon; 75 feet front Prica i-s cash, tateavc J2G per month; interest 6 per cent. lot in bail rwldence section, >200 catb. 6 with two coraert Lake shore. Would mafce a fine jnace for a auuBMr cottage. Unobstructed Tlew of like and moun- tains. To five away, for the 6 lots. 3 lols.oonw, about 150 yardc from C. P. R. depot; one small cosy house theraon; city water and electric light. Dirt cheap J300 cssh. 81 seres of land, one mile river front, with some buildings': within 100 feel of Poplar Creek station, Uruo branch of C. R. Price KrtOO. 1-5 one and two interest at G p.c, And several other loti, all ror wlo cheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. C. The eggs were -consigned from Chi- j cago shippers, it is alleged, being trac- ed by the govRrnment -inspectors to two cold storage companies there. of Acadla Lodge Xo. 5S, F. and A. .M., Davenport, in Frederenso, the Russian refugee, is very ill with pneumonia. A 320 Acre Homestead Relinquished In the Lest part'of Northern Montana at a low figure ought to be worthy your consider- ation. I hare a few choice ones for sale. A few have to sell. I pick up these few. I also secured a bargain deal in a large met of cut- over laud in the Flatheacl Valley, some of the land is open, the balance stump land. I bought it of the Milling Company and will give you a real bargain in a ten acre tract or larger tract of this choice farnvand fruit land. Close to.the Main line of the Great Northern, and crossed by the proposed line, through the Flathead valley, running Northward. Write, me for free booklet and any spe- cial information you may wish. I will tell you the truth whether you buy or not. C. L JOHNSON Dunkirk, Montana, TheDowdey- 3rd. 7th 3t Phene 644 handles 6 lots on Ernest St. price only balance 6 and 12 mos. Note the terms. each buys .3 Coiirtlahd St., easy terms. j each buys two lots Bruce St. T 1950 each buys four lots, Cutbill close in. buys 75 x corner Gilt-bill -'and London Pv.oatL 66400 buys 2. lots on Coutts near lie el- path'. buys' a lot on Eedpath. close in. Six spur track lots, each.'. Souses for sale in all parts of Sellin aents for between AYinnipeg and Edmonton. Agents for Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Co. Wanted Selling agents for the G. T. R town sites between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. FOB RENT We 3iave for rent _ .cottage at 269 Brunton .L_ most beautiful places in the rent of oniy month. Attholc-a 2 lots; in Block 2 lots jm Blbck 151 faoiiig Terms 1-3 cash, bal. 6 and 1; NORTH WESTMINSTER ROAD, THE LETHBiUbiSE Lot on Glyarsrreet, Track in Block C4. a Ebts -fn BIdcKs 127, easy priced. :._ roomed fully incdc-ra fire place on Charles street, handles? 8 rootled' fully modem hous? on 'Gqurtiand- a lff T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Rtal and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond Citj Tornaite. Insurance, Loam T. N. Noiiry PuHIc, 31 acres all fenced, nine cleared, seeded to cloyer. One (100) apple trees, first 3'ear; bearing. Creek passes through property. Eree from rock, light clearing. IVp (2) frame two (2) cows and two (2) calves. Large hay siied and pigsty.; Price 13300. Terms. HOPKINS CO. NELSON. B.C. Here is a Good HOME- Comer of Court- land and Ernest 3t. On water and sew- er. Lots 29 and 30, BIk. 121. Only- Si 450 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months at 8 per cent. 310 7th ;St. South FOR SALE Two corner lots on Re dp a th St., Block 68, the couple, 1-2 cash'balance 3 and 6 months- One well equipped eight room house, with eleven lots, one block removed from Westminster Road CHEAP, EASY TERMS. One seven roomed bouse on Westmin- ster, almost at the corner of Courtland, will handle; balance easy. Golden West Realty Co. St, Lcthbridge, ;