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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 17, 1011. THE LETHBRIDGE 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 FAIBM.OSfT. Come in and talk it over. c North American Lift Co., London Guarantee and Accident Phoenix Auurance Co., Ltd., of London. Edmonton, LETHBKIQGE, High Kiver, Nanton, AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lota west aide Clock 128, close to CourMand St. each. Easy terms, 6 lots side Block 129 running from Une; only each; 1-3 cash; 4 and 8 mos, R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Biock CHIEF LOCATOR OF LOST RELATIVES New Title for Chief Gil- lespie-Has Busy and Successful Time Lots wlUiiii 300 ft.- of the water idalu and sure to have It In the spring. On the easy payment syattm. This IB the highest location la the town and commands a aplondid viow the city. Lots from'v ;i7D each. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE PUBLICITY WORl CUBA TWO YEARS OLD IS PEACEFUL Chief GJHespIe thinks he should have the title of "Locator of Lost Ke- Jiiiives" added to the several other of- ficial appellations he possesses. Scarcely a mail arrives but what brings two or three letters from peo- ple In dlstant; pnrts seeking lost re- jJatlves, and with the aid of the neivs- papers ho is generally able to send satisfactory replies. On Saturday a letter, !lrorn MIHB Mary Fraser, of volley ,ot, the city council through the-committee is to be this year, was ing third, and lagr. intervention passed: "That the secretary write to the Aid. Sage, as chairman of the pub- licity and immigration committee of the city council, intends to work very cloeely to the Board of Trade and at last night's. meeting- of the council got a motion passed according him office accommodation in the publicity building. The following motion outlining what Government Secure and the Severe: Crisis is Havana, Jsn. .IS.-rrAs the second year of Cuba's second independence draws to a close it. finds the adininisT- tration of Gen. Gomez -apparently more firmly intrenched in it has been at any other time since the termination of the provisional gov- ernment of Gov. Magoon on'Jan. 28, 1909. Y This.apparent stability is curiously FIRE INSURANCE Protect yotir homes and Insure with strong, reliable companies; See agents L. S. RIPLEY CO. OFFICE, MACDONALD SLOCK. PHONE 1034 W farm 1K the existing contract. Ke of Sarnla, One, thanking the Chief, profoundly for locating for them their sister, Mrs. John Wilson, whom had not seen or heard from, the I u for 36 rears and the other inat Ule Wilson was found servlcc of its own- IeadnS the collection sarbaSe ia one 'vears. 'bv the Chief to be living at Warner. At the time' the enquiry was made the Dands until lhe contract expires, The Herald made mention of it. The par- council referred the matter ;o agraph-was noticed bv K. D. J. John- nealth committee to be dealt with ai an early date' son. manager of the Molson's Bank tiere, wflo knew where the famih- was j Increa5e yea1' Io Tbe mauer of an living, and he informed Chief Gillespie. NO ARRESTS MADE Berlin, Ont. arrests ia connection with the murder near icsley. of Frank LobinsU'i. the old er. are at all likely until the inquest! wluch on Wednesday afternoon. of salary from 0 asked for by the ins or was referred to a special commit- tee. Aid. Bowman, took occasion to suggest i-hat the whole salary ques- tion be taken up in the same way as It was last year, namely, by a specinl of met council, general MESSENGERS FOLLOWING A with Gomez at the latter's -request. For days "Pino's" life hung in the balance, but be recovered. Immediate- ly on his .convalescence he twice cir cled the palace' in an automobile fill ed with, armed .officers of his staff without calling on. the president. Gen Gomez took this as an affront to his dignity-and ordered "Pino" .under ar rest in his quarters, at the same time renewing an offer of a foreign mis pjon. "Pino" responded by proffering his resignation -as. an officer of the regular army. He issued a manifesto complaining that lie was treated with an undeserv- ed lack of confidence, and intimating not only thafhe suspected his rival Monteaguco, of having been concerne in the plot to assassinate him, bu that his life was attempted by power.'V HOBSES SHIPPED TO LETHBRIBGE r (that occasion: for his young wife is :self at the school meeting held on Fri- now stranded and penniless in Mon- was no opposition. trcal. and unable to work for a living. H. C. McBurney, of the Diamond In a letter tb the local police, Mrs. j'Jrug Co., paid Calgary a visit last Matthew says, she and her jveeK. HE WOULD PAY STRAPHANGERS CAESARIAN SURGERY FOR DOG; Canine Mother Is Getting Along Well j and Three Puppies Are Saved Spokane, Wash.. Jan. surgery was resorted to in the vet- erSnary hospital conducted in Spokane by the Washington State College to save three puppies. The operation ____ performed by Frnnk H. Mason. Jerfersonvillo, tad., Jan Dr. Walter Ferguson, on a senutlve William E. Wagner mil in-, owned by John Matthieson, head of a department troduce in the general assembly next _ j---' wno week a-bill for relief of street car j me animal in Chicago several months straphangers. It wHl provide The operation was successful, whenever a passenger on a steam road and Jt is lielicvcd that the pups will or electric line ie compelled to stand he is required to pay fare, but He given a voucher entitiing him to live. Matthfeson was so elated, over the rcr.oven- of his prize dog that he in- a rebate or additional transportation ;vited the staff of the hospital to a to the value of one-half his fare. Banquet in a leading hotel. both natives Montreal on of Scotland, December 6. went to Matthew The main shaft near here fe QOW Chinook 13 uvivv TJ, ,teu Itl found employment in Jacobs hvery i Qf ft ofnXtn OC Via >iicr stabio. On December 26 he lost his position and early last week disap- peared. She has reason, she says, o believe th.-xt he shipped with a car- i load of to Lethbridge, Alta.; Upon reaching Jlontreal Mrs. Matthew j also secured work as a domestic, tut this she to leave last week. Mat- Lean as a erooin while here. the company made excellent headway. They are giving employment to a large n.imber of men in this vtc- S helping isrltv. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The new schedule of salaries of lirnr.tford teachers will run from to Ex-mayor W. E. McKeough is the TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The C. X. R. may have a separate station ,in Hamilton at James and Stuart streets. Perth Board of Trade, on motion of T. A. Code, felt'and woollen goods ir.anuiacturcr, and A. Mcighen, new rlmirmnn of, the Chatham board j merchant, has gone on record as fav- of education. joring the present tariff. A 320 Acre Homestead Relinquished In tlie best part of 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 Flathcad Valley, some of the land is open, the balance sturnp land. I bo light it of the Milling Company and.will giye 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 yon the truth whether you buy ornot.i r i Montana. Chas. Gurovikh nearly tost iiis iifel Loin's Woolcv, farmer, living near in a fire, which dcst.roycd several Springiirld, Ont.T died suddenly at; at Hay, 200 miles I Aylmer, wlterc' he had gonfe to .sec doctor. lie was 5S years old. narth-wcst of Port Aithnr. ;