Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
13 TV4TTT VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBEIDGE. THE FINEST APARTMENT- BUILDING ALBERTA. SELECT- --IA.SH-IQNABLE- MODERN AND IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF -A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE. v- SUITES: OF APARTMENTS 'WITH PRIVATE IJATHROOMS. MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE.-. SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM MO, 1 SUITES ACCOMMODATIN G FOUR PERSONS FROM 425 PER MO, INCLUDING BED ROOM, DRAWING ROOM, PRIVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM EL ECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE. SPECIAL FLATS FOR SCHOOIL TEACHERS v Immigrants Coming For Resenratlons apply at Nlanslons Office from PRED W- DOWNEtt, PROP. 3 to 5 p. ToCaiuda mmmmm fin imm, (Continued from front M i-e replied, "except' to settlers who ha-ve already taken a free homestead of acres and sire -to acquire some additional Joining land. Other than this, there isn't enough money in all England.or Hie United States to buy one single acre. .We jiave millions of acre's to give to millions, hut not a' loot-.ltd sell. The reason is that the Doiwn- ion wants citizens, not speculators. The Canadian people are a busies peop'le, and as a business proposition it pays them better to give this land CWID HOT SWEEP fund It u to do housework with weak back. from sick kidneji, ind what lot of trouble tick t Plans of BeBevce Mine Were Incorrect (Continued from Iront W. B. To Mr. Woods he stated thai ho bad no knowledge of the amount of coal taken outr between sixty-two and seventy-five chutes after he had left! i the employ of the company Ke could But eaa't, hdp it. If mowsTTork not say that the ventilation ami bth- order. r j 9lh of December as they were when'- back is simply a warning from he.worked in the'Tnine; Re-examined the kidneys and should be attended to by Mr' Mackie he stated that at'the as to avoid of feting from kidney trouble. i time'he leit that.portion of" the mine away'than it would to sell stating the benefit I have received by ji __ j j i. "f.tl_ lint Jtr- A fc-utttt A Fainoiis Druce CaseRealled (Continued from front Portland, "through the supposed fail- ure of the direct line. The Duke died in. when'Caldwell was iu London, and this .fact, it appears, was respon- sible for the appearance of Caldwell In tie'.suit as a' In rthis ac- tion V.. Herbert Druce. a relative of the claimant, testified that be was pre-. sent at the Mr. Druce. and that he saw the body in the coffin. George- Hollamhy Druce .thereupon caused the arrest ol his kinsman foi it-was'at the trial of this case Jn In Caldwell entered the arena with as" remarkable a story as was ever told on the wit- ness Ita'hd. Caldwell testified that he knew both the Duke and Druce. and that they were one and the same person. Ke provided that is given those who will bring it into use. The conditions oi the gift are use and oc-- cupatlon, "Canada is characterized hy condi- tions ot social life, moral atmosphere, .upplemented this Btarthng statement with another to the that when e business standards and opportunities, is filled with lead, and buried. in conjunction with the r Including a caiload of special seeneiy "LENA RIVERS'" 4 v To-night, Saturday Matinee and Night SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE FROM 10 TO 10 Adultf 25c; Children. to any sufferer from lame back or kidney .Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for at all deaJerg or mailed direct on receipt of price byThe T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. it bfderiog direct specify THEATRICAL want them at any price; on the middle of a "The national policy, that Canada the excava- which the com- pany could have, no accurate: knowl- ideuUfled. Doiranion 'of; Canada the best country good land for nothing, that edge' by reason of .the' fact that coal TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Walter X of Kamloops, B. C., has been awarded the Rhodes Scholarship for McGill University. All boats engaged in the British Columbia salmon fisheries -must be licensed by the Federal Marine De- partment. .Canadian' Naval' College will be opened on January 19th. Henry A. Austin, of StT John N. B. insurance manager, died suddenly of heart failure, aged 78.' settlers to.come the safest, country "for investors to place their capital in. Whether for the building, of homes with incomes and the enjoy-" ment ot the comforts oi life, or for the making of money with a feelin'R of absolute security, Canada is incom- parable, '.'But don't misunderstand me', nei- ther, the Canadian people nor the Can- adian Government are philanthropists. There is no room in Canada for the 1 'won't works' or the. 'can't' I On the Premises, Round Street, on Monday January 16th !s, for'nothing except- occupation and all the hundreds of thousands that are coming to Canada every- rear man of them' tHerfirst comer gets .the land, whatever, land he has chosen, confidj pull or influence is ahead rof.him. ..To all of them we 'We your 'money, but your citi- This is worth more than money, tp Canada. And it also means thousands more, custom- ers for all our and manufactured. So that all who are now here benefit by every new zen'si success and prosperity.- "Canada is one nation cbmmcrcial- ly.'It if true the great tide of immi- gration is.flowing three Prai- rie .Provinces oi Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, and into British Columbia. But wlien Western .Canada prospers, Eastern Canada" prospers j The prosperity of the'West and the East" is co-extensiyeVM" Some "portion oi every -dollar that -is taken into West, or taken, out of .the its way to the East, and. gueswork D Witness said that one ;third, of was left be- tween .sixtyV.two and :i- screnty-five, hereby .making, it- possible ior large quantities of to generate., and take refuge in pockets or 'crevices in the of the .'mine where v the natural course of ventila- not ".remove it__.-. Pitv Boss; Andorson said that: Oli- of one-third of' the coal-being left in the mint was prob- ably V Chief Inspector Declines While Chief Inspector Stirling was on declined 'to state why not ordered a thorough examinatioa of, the. mine.-since'the dis aster. The official; communications br tween the company, ;the: government dcpartxaent and .the inspector was in part treated as conlidential and privi- so were not put in as evi- dence. Blames'.the. Bosses.. Mr. Heathcpte wKm as to his .report'of ho gas "in .the mine" on the 7th of December said that POWJ had' told' hliu tV U store is a place, as one that Is neh ad% erased, make jour'a as interesting as the ads of ei store 'CARMEN" AT THE MAJESTIC With the present Arctic lenperatn-e t was pleasant to; be tn Sun- ny Seville, to which Cafmen" carried j her audience. :was -.bright with the gay uniforms- of the picturesque garb .-factory v girls, and the- brilliant.-.costume ador. _ Aliss Alice. Kennedv .played title role in. vivacious fashion, shoeing aj ang'-'froid vorthj of the character Carmen is a tigress and" a niinx, and a veritable Cifee in her alluruig of men Edwin'Vail plaved Don Jose TMih dis tiuct advantage. It is highly to. tbe-Partel- lo Stock that thev ers able to lend themselves capahh to both light and ctama WoodWorkuf MACHINERY Band Band Mortisen, Rip Saws, Tenonert etc, etc Kew, and built _ Complete PUots Ask for CatalogttM Pnces. through the various channels oi knevr or'no gas, in'lthe "he and r.gmmerce, eventually enriches On- that ".when. Anderson ia'rio, Quebec, and ''the" Maritime Pro- vinces. heard 'from' ;Cardcll acd Bevio', had that AT 3 O'CLOCK Co. there -was gas in. the old workings to land tenure, "we want farm- the next morning :.aftc'r he had: made .cr. proprietors. They make the .best and I posted.his report, he, and strongest and it's such should have, told .him so he could have citizens we're after. .Hence, after a changed his report. When recalled, has fulfilled the three years' cph- oi use and occupation of thft land the Dominion gives the lann is. his in fee simple, absolutely, and AT THE MAJESTIC Tonight and Saturday and a special matinee on Saturda-, the sweetest store ever told, the ston tnat has -been read bv our mothers I grandmothers and nd, in "fact, b% nearlv all the English' reading people, the play that never'has ailed to please, namely "Lena Utt- will be presehted.hy" the Partello Company. "Lena Rn the ot the poor little girl, deserted In her fatner, and left an brpaan through rthe, death clij her mother, and reared and protected! ii a full ofi heart ihteres1', and an abundance oft qod sidesplitting comedv Miss lice j Kennedy, the.clever little of the' Partello company, has; played MACHINERY CO. LIMITED 764 Mam St. Winnipeg' Are favored instructions from the Assignee the above matter, to sell by Public Auction and without reserve, the valuable stock in trade of a Jeweler, including Higli grade American and Swiss Watches, Diamond and Pea.rl Brooches, Pendants, Lockets, Charms, Sterling Silver Tankards and Spoons, Tea and Cof- fee Service. Candelabra, Gold and Silver Mounted Umbrellas, Bracelets, Belt Buckles. Stick Pins, JSTeck Ghnins and Alberts, Handsome Mahogany long-case Clock. "Standard Time" Clock. Alarm Clocks, Hat Pins. Fountain' Pens, Fobs. Rings, etc. in Anderson said he did not think it was necessary to do sot A slight tilt or-two took place be. tween Mackie and-Woods over these He can keep it or sell it, or 'matters', but otherwise" things went he likes with 'it..- "The man who overcomes the great- along srno'othlv- The jury, though showing signs of. fatigue, are Of tnose three years of set- i still .taking great.-intc-rest and do.not and they are 'great-has earn leave ah oucertain. point to go. wlth- !ollt ivsamination. often tak lout the ing the cd his land, has established himself, has become a sood .citizen. By that, time he has a stake in 'the country and its future. "Caaarfa is establishing a landed in the truest meaning oi the a landed proprietorship ex-, tendin, over fertile prairies 800 miles ten o'clock tomorrow the inquiry will examination, often into their, own hands. Dr.; Revel I gave his expert evidence ;just .before the atiiournment and was clear and concise, matins his meaning clear to the jury- li Mr. Ashworth reaches here before Also a large Jeweler's Safe, by Hall, Jeweler's Show Cases, Large 4-Drawer National Cash Register, [eweler's Benches and small Fixtures and Fittings of farms and homes AYith incomes, with many husy towns and cities. "Agriculture being the- backbone of every country, Canada is taking the means, and is doing it now, to make her backbone bigger and stronger. The vast number of prosperous agricultur- ists, together with the many manu- factures and other industries neces- sary to so great a constitute a population of land own- ers and good citizens that will be large enough and powerful enough to weigh something in Canada, in the British Empire, and in the world." Make your store important to READ ERS OF prosper, otner! THIS you'l Fail in the one, fail in the J i i Y> flanghlcr, Mrs. Graco liemphiU Rogers poratea- The A. F. B. Co..) managed the while another daughter, Jlrs. Grsrtrurie has done much of the edtiorSal worK. Miss Hanna Cochr.in has Wmlted of Granum is incorporated with a capitalization of The Trost Co., Ltd., capita! is incorporated. John Wanamaker could not make a 'success of a store in uiis 'a big or a little; store, and in eithur case, with adequate ;HK ADVERTISED! (And he wouldn't in the HAY, GRAIN AKD', BLACKSMITH BUKNESS. The business will te on "under the firm name ot B. Stuckey' Son, .And by strict attention to. Inisiaess hope to he favored with the imtronact firca olfi firm. Kipley Dra-ing promptly attended .ta Hav and grain for quantity. Phont 586. Oppcstte Methodist Church, roreman or the the linotype operator n-it devil" have been women.. room aaS even the The Board oi of St. Jolm, B, favors government by commis- sion. It ia said S of the 20 members of coyncii also favor it., AUCTION Cor.oucted on short notice. guaranteed. end! a specialty, JJ Smith. 414 Wood St, Alberta. Regular at J. .C." Grains' Barn, Wood Su, ;ae second and (ourtfc. oi' each month.