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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 23, 1911. THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD FAIRMONT: The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as much as you like. will fail to find anything that offers, everything considered, a buy as FAIRMONT. Ooine in and talk it over. F. C. Lowes Co. North American Co., London Guarantee and Accident Photfilx Assurance Co.- Ltd., of London. Edmonton, CETHBRIDGE, High River, Nanton, TTEREP Modern houses, all sizes and in all local- ities; easy cash payments; long terms. See us before buying. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE. MACDONALD SAD EVENTS AT LESS THAN MARKET 2 lots west side Block 128, close to Courtland St. 5-120 each. Easy terms.1 6 lots west Bide Block 129 running south from lane; only ?365 each; 1-3 cash; 4 and 8 moa.. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block AT CARDSTON HAPPENINGS AT COLERIDGE Fuller Particulars o-f Sui cicle-Death of Esteem- ed Lady Uardston, Jzin, o'clock ibis, morning the lifeless body of Oscar Jan earlicr aa'te- Thcrc was a Feciik was found in the street by the! attendance'of the ratepayers present Dridge spanning Snake Creek opposite i today. The several, reports n{ the property of-Mr. Jos. H. Ellison.! year were read and passed and Coleridge, .Jan. annual busi npss meeting of the ratepayers of the Coleridge school district, which was advertised for Saturday last the Hth, was postponed until today, ow- ing to ihe secretary treasurer being unable to get his accounts; audited at fair FIFTY BELOW IN THE HILLS Very Cold in Porcupines- J Demonstration Farm Wanted at Claresholm The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE v y SHERLOCK UAD C 41 F Furnished Home and seven TUR facing east on WillUm St for Shack on two lots. 2Uven St., city water inside, only terms; lots are worth more. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 536 i-'rorn the bloody knife, still clutched 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 Snaps in Good Lots 8625 each-3 lots Bom- pas, facing north. 1-3, 6 and 12 mos. 6 per cent. each-2 Iota bk. 126 each-3 lots blk. 121 lacing east on William St. 3650 each, 2 lots, Cutbill, olose to London. A 'snap. -each, 3 lots, Gflyn s treetj ne ar Courtland. 30 ft. .Cut- hill street. Ein- est building site in city. 8950, 3 lots; Cut- close in. 2 lots, Block 22, Aslunead St., fac- ing east, ea, must act quick. The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. Phouc 3rd Ave. and 7th St. A. M. Dowsley. J. B. Mulhern AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Cojut Fire Ins. Co. Alliance Fire Insurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. Towruitei T. N. CHRISTIE A CO. Real Ettau and Financial City I Loam T. N. ChrittJe, Notary Public, uit Houses For Rent month, three room shack, warm, newly papered Close in. month, 6 room house, Brunton St.. (7tli Are.) month, 5 room new cottage, Wil- liam St., (15th St.) month, 6 room cottage, full mod- ern, Burdett (8th St.) 825 month. 6 rooms OYer store, mod- ern, Kedpath. (3rd Are.) m on th, 6 ro oin house, modern, on Brunton St. (7th ATC.) 630 month, 5 room bungalow, mod- ern. Cutbill Street (10th St.) The Bowsley- McMillanLandCo. Sherlock Building1 GEORGE JOHNSON DEAD Grand Pre, N. S., .Tan. .Jonnson. former chtef statistician of Canada, riietl hero today, aged 75. .Many books on commercial and stat- istical matters have been written hy him. and one of the leading Canadian recently honorel in Die death Krin, there could be to doubt as to the cause of his taking off. The blood stains showed clearly he had begun his rash act near the blacksmith shop owned by 51 r. Ellison and bad proceeded westward into the street and north to the bridge where the body lay. For several days the deceased, whose farm is near Gleu- wood, on the Cochraue lands, hud been visiting at the home of Ins rriend, Mr. Ellison. The two had ad joining homesteads the early days and always the best of friends. Air. Fedik had started a new farm, raised some 2000 bushels' of wheat, and had a good house under construc- tion, although not yet completed he seemed to .brood over tbe fact that he owed some accounts but grain sufficient to meet these, and had been i assured only the evening before by Mr I Ellison he all right financially, 1 and if lie needed any aid that Mr. El. 1 iison would give it. He seemed to feel betier over his affairs, and this morn- ing went out to milk the cows at ab- out 7 a.m. Not returning, a search was begun, which revealed the tragic end of one who had long lived in Mr. Ji'llison's family, and one who was always'known as honest, .industrious and inoffensive. Dr. Stackpole as coroner, went tc tne scene, with members of the Mount ed Police. Tills evening Mrs. Fedik and sev- eral of her relatives from .Raymond, arrived, arid the funeral arrangements erything passed of? the ev- harmor.iously. Ciarcsholm, Jan. P. M. Cameron arid son, Frntl, wesit u> Pincher Creek-'-Wednesday to alU-m! the funeral of Mrs. Cameron's, moth- er, who died recently in the hospital Frank- Brccklin was elected to take at WmmPES- '..._' the place of James .Achcson, the re- .The Clareshblnr 5-Mile Union dele- tiring trustee, on the board. The sec-; gates returned from the annual con- rotary-treasurer, Francis Wright, of- j vcntion at Calgary Friday. There fered to resign his position, but, the i were eleven who attcndr-d and all feel meeting seemed to think that Mr. weHrepa'ui.for the time spent. Wright was the best man available for Oden 'Nelson did not succeed in gct- the position and refused to accept his ting a teacher for the Clear Lake resignation. school, while in Calgary this week, sn A'meeting QI the Farmers' Institute to tethbridgc on Thursday, Coleridge district was held in the i where he hopes to secure one. school room here on Thursday after-1 w O. Miller "was transacting busi-i noon, the. 19th Although the at- tendance' was, not large, owing, no doubt, to the severe weather, those present took a. deep interest in the lectures and were well repaid foe their perseverance in heaving the have been announced tor tomorrow at Aetna. Death of Mrs. Fanny Anderson Cardston people received a sad snock last evening, when it was learn ed. that Mrs. Fanny Garner Anderson wife of Moses Anderson, had passed away at Lethbridge, while undergo ing an operation. Few of her immediate relatives ev en knew that she was ill until after she had departed for Lethbridge. Dr jiew-burn came out, and advised he removal at once." She went by th this state and get a divorce. The J. A. Traub, Bozeraan. The iatro-i governor signed a warrant for ex- duction, tie courtship, the proposal tradition of Albert Lewis to Ohio to and the acceptsncv were all mansrcd! r.ire his wife's charges as a result of. over the telephone. The his filing a divorce suit bere Miss Julia of Livingston. ;