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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January 12 1911. TTTF, DAILY HERALD Page 3. The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of. investments. Investigate as much as you like. You will fail to find anything that offers, everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT. .Come in and talk it over.-- Lowes Co. North American Ufa Assurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Phoenix Co.. Ltd., of. London. Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, Hiflh River, Nanton, AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 loti west side Block 128, close to Courtland St Easy.termi. 6 lots west side Block running aouth from lane; only each; 1-3 cash; 4 and 8 mot. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phont 1191 OH CONSPIRACY TO LAND DAVID RUSSELL IN INSANE ASYL1 the H. MACBETH AGENCY NSURANCE LOANt FOR house and 7 lots, facing on Ernest St., for III RAYMOND_NEWS Raymond, Jan. Frost was a visitor at Raymond, aud the thermo- meter registered 30 decrees below zero this morning. Mr, and Mrs. Chance Bacon are com fortably domiciled in their new home which they purchased through George as Men High Up in Political and Financial World fhudd-f or that of John 1. famellle. Plotted Against Prominent Montreal Newspaperman and Politician-De- tective Promises a Big Surprise A 320 Acre Homestead Relinquished i In the "best part of Northern Montana at a low figure ought to be worthy your consider- ation. I have 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 tract of cut- over land in the Eiathead 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 farm and 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. Montreal, Jan. David Rus- cewspaper owner and promoter of many financial and political enter- prises, has just narrowly escaped a plot to "railroad" him to the insane asylum, and is now preparing to bring down the wrath of a Royal Commis- sion on the conspirators' heads, was the declaration made in Montreal to- day by W. J. EurriB, the United States detective, noted for his work in the Molly Magulre and San Francisco graft cases. First intimation that. Mr. Russell was being pursued, came, according to Mr. Burns, when the former was made the intended victim of an an old "badger game." This arous- ed suspicion, the conspirators fled, and financier began making plans for their capture. Mr. Burns is awaiting the arrival from London of Donald MacMaster, And Abram ROBS, of New York, before proceeding with the case. Called "Weird, Wicked" Case Mr. Burns said: "I have had to dea! with many very strange and curious cases in my career, but this is, I think "These confessions, if I were to The entertainment given by the fac- ulty anil students of the Taylor Ac- ademy last Thursday was -a graud so- cial affair, consisting of a program dancing and refreshments. The Ac ademy braes band aad orchestra ren- dered the music. A number of the town belles and beaux attended the dance at Magratb FIRE INSURANCE Protect your homes and Insure with strong, reliable See agents L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE. MACDONALO BLOCK. show show them to you, would astound Friday upon their return you. They admit the existence of the reportcd a.m0st enjoyable time. conspiracy. They .admit, tacitly its ob The entertainment which was to Ject was to obtain the incarceration have been glven by the Relief Society of Mr. Russell in .an insane asylum, has beeu postponed indefinitely await-! hey go to. prove that It Mr. Russell lng pleasant 'weather, that all .may' lad fallen into the trap set by his en- come aM enjoy a uearty laugh at the' emies he probably would be an inmate -old maids." of an asylum' by now. But the trap There were no heH! in. the was too obvious. A tyro would have L D s tabernacle on seen. and avoided it. Mr. Russell is due to no chicken, and he -was not fool, en- w.hich in blast extreme cold and blizzard ough to give his enemies any chances. Instead, he took the bull by horns The geuial and smiling face of ?.lr. Uibb, known as, the Water man, was and instituted immediate action look- seeu today on his QSUal His ing to reprisals. j wagon presented a sparkling appear- Want Royal Enquiry ance> bejng crystaiized with ice and "I have hot completed by investiga- frost tions by a long way yet. There is a evervthia5 would indicate a great deal still to be done, and a our new Mayor. B. S. great deal to be considered. But you Young> ]a welcomed by warm hearted can say that the first action we shall frieodS) anticipate new success FOR RENT for rent" a beautiful modern cottage at7269 Bruriton street, one of the most beautiful places in at the low rent of onty per month. W. H. JOHN.SON LAXD CO. Johnson Block 323 FIFTH STREET 3 lots in Elk. 150 on water and' light, ea. 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months. 'For on Westminster Boad, 14 x 44, per month. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD-: PHONE.53S take will-be to make formal applica- {Qr Raymo-ndi tipn to the Government for the ap- pointment of a royal commission to investigate this affair. course this id a. serious step to Mrs. J. Corless, "who has been ill for some time, is reported as being much improved. Mr. AVm. Redd, jr., arrived home take. But the interests involved are last from -sdlt Lake to at- ihe strangest, most weird, and certain- so widespread, and the parties con- funeral of his father, Wm. ly one oJ the wickedest I have ever cerned are so high..up in many cases, Ileddj wno died here on January's. come across. You can understand that it Is impossible for me to mention any and hold such important positions in others, that it is absolutely necessary names, or even if give you any.detailed] that we should facts at the present juncture, everything is, so to speak, in coure preparation. 'In the first place, I have been waiting the arrival of Mr. Mac- I Master, who reached Montreal. from j England tonight, to whom Mr. Russell has confided the direction of the die- jet Cthat unrestricted when i and all powerful means of investisa- sjdeilt H s i loure.of'tion which only, a .-.royal of Sti closures in this case. As soon as he :bas arrived and looked over the case (.and considered my reports, he will de1 jctde upon the best course of action to pursue, and the ctse will then come to a head. "I can, without violating any confi- dences, however, tell you some things jThere is not'the slightest doubt of the existence of hia conspiracy, in my own Smind. It involves personages of the greatest prominence throughout the can afford to us in; order to sift the matter to the bottom. The funeral services were held in the L. D. S. .tabernacle this morning 11 o'clock. The 'speakers were Pre- Allen, Councillor Theo Stirling; Bro. Wooley, of Bros. .B. S. Young, Javyis and Evans> and Bishop Anderson, who "Messrs. Kellogg Kelly, of HI all offered fiVting and consoling re- Broadway, New York City, are ieiain- marks_: The large tabernacle was ed by Mr. Russell in this casp. I am wel{ frieads of.tne deceased working under Instructions from them and In rCSDect-to the occasion Jn part, but Mr. Macmaster will now public.scnooi, Taylor Academy and take full control of the case. You can tbg. Raymond Mercantile were closed your hat there is going to be the for the day_ There were many beau. surprise Canada has had for a tlful tributeSj the one from the.' THE LETHERiDGE LAND AND COAL CO. FOR A FEW SNAPS. Corne- of London and Athole Street, 51'1-2x120, J1850. Lot on Glyn Street, 55x120, ?950. 3 Spur Track Lots in Block 64, a snap. Lots in Blocks 125, 12C, 127, 128, at easy 7- roomed fully modern house with 'lull', cement "basement fire place on Charles street, S roorued-fully modern house on Courtland Street, a bargain.. good many years when we finally get Taylor Aca.demy being a beautiful moving. Already there is a disposition. liarp of choicest n0xrers. of .the part of a number, of those more The beautiful drama "Restored at be presented in the Ray- mond Opera House on Friday, January sell, is determined to push the affair under the auspiccs of tne Raymond vitally concerned to. prevent matters from going any further, but Mr. Rus--- names that are hon-ltion, and he is resolved to clear I ored everywhere Canada 5s known, are i self once for all." 10 Lots block from Westminster Ed. and 1-2 block from Queen. Victoria- Park, S310 each. 1-2 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months. at 8 per cent. W. R. Dobbin 310 7th'St. South GIRL EVANGELIST IS FROM WALES (mixed up in it I have the proofs. I already in possession of signed from some of the minor Crowd to Preacher in Welih Pitttburg Female Church In Jan. unusual de- monstration occurred in Chatham last night, Magjie to a finish. He is tired of perseeu- Ward Sunday This, no doubt, mm" will be a success, as it is presented by a strong company of local artists. This is as far as Mr. Burns will go. He assumes a sphinx-like action when more details are demanded, and says all will come cut in the wash. I at eon- the News from Noble On Wednesday last a meeting was held in the schoolhouse to organize a of-. S. P. H. Rows FAMOUS PICTURE L1GI 1st, who is touring the eluded her gospel meeting elsh churcn. Society will hold its rcpUr meeting Hundreds of Welsh people who next Wednesday, when there will he could not gain admiwien to the Joed music and a dehita: Resolved chnrch on account of crowd, wait it; is to make New Year's ad in street? until meeting rwelutlOTi- Let crowd was for a chance to the lit- tie muuge bwrer from their old te "Jebateswith U5 4ill please id- country. Many ahe shyly jreM challenge to the secretary, reached out to touch j jijss is spending a few- One olfl woman dropped en her dars with Lcthbfidge friends. j knees Jn tne the hem of Mr. and Mrs. Ck S. Noble spent a bought by the It with Claresholro London, Jan. details of a secretarT-trcasurer, G. L. JCoble. Tht' great art discovery, which is bound to create an international sensation has just become known. It is the reported finding of the original oi Corrcggio's famous masterpiece "Tho Education oi Cupid. A copy of this picture is now in the Foreign notion oi the National Gallery, and for three years the cata- logues have ror.taincd (he fact that it is a copy. This duplicate, which is supposed to {PC by Van Dyck, nation in 1S38 foe Snaps in Lots S575 ejR'h-S lots facing south, blk. 12 4-. notliingaronnfl fclierc less than- each-3 lots Bonv pas, facing north. 1-3, 6 and 12 mos. G per cent. her garment showered motherly bless- J- of U.F.A., is homr.! iUrid i Reciprocity cannot be long ne BIO pmai ,rt {rom Sir WiUrid in his den. hv an act- u-. p. upon th IMS. At nitctin? ehe told hearers that ahe had an ambition to bec b Robert Lod A p; k following -cliocl niack Spring Ridu-o, Bow Valley. Crs-'" r-tmer, Ryckraan, iwidsewny and Inzton. j Mr. .las. F. of Bank of !Commerce staff to [the CrossiieM "jrincli -.vliere will ihc Mr. "raser ;cf :he iirsi i'ons bo.1' r> !put or- the !ii: town. Mr. :en to co: the ,3 .1) of :te a in H.-. t- arm 'life of (he town F.nc3 while cvcrvbcdy ;will sorry to ffc him lea-.c, they ;wilj he glad "ne lias received a Mr. if. A. Powell, of the Moose Jaw branch of the Bank of Commerce ar- rived in rown on Monday and will take Mr. Fraser's place in the bank here. .-U town meeting; .ins. McXaugh- 0. L. Taylor and 1. Armstrong were unanimously chosen councillors. I: was reported that the assessment was The total amount col- lected from ail sources 1735 of which was expended, leav- ing a balance of S2iy. William Bnck is. the new merircd aiivar.ce in the service of-of the Kingston Labor Council. ;