Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, January HE LETlIimiDGE DAILY HERALD t if The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as miich 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. F. C. L C -1 North Lite Louden ami AcoMmt Co, LM.. of Lwtc'tn. -OFFICES Eimcnton, LETHBRIDGE, High FOR SALE 2 lots corner William and florapas, each. 5 Bompai St.', J630 each. -.4 leU, on lane, Brnest, between Courtland and Bamnas, 5630 ea. 1-3 bal. 6 and 12 monthi on the above property. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD ELOCK. AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 west Bide Block 1Z8, close to Courtland St. each. Eaiy termi. S lotii wait Block'129 running: from lane; only each; 1-3 cash; .4 and 8 moi. R. v. GIBBONS co. 1191 oit Block 4 corner lots.on Torrance Ave., 2 corner lots in Blk. 152, 1-3 easily.-, b alanc e 4 and 8 nionths.. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 538 SCHOOL TEACHERS SCARCE DECLARES QUEBEC'S PREMIER Anarchist Hunt Reaches Canada-Value of Can- adian Parole System-Canada's Morgan Group (From our Correspondent.) .Montreal, Jan. dearth of school teachers, ever a. live topic in the rural, districts of the country, bids fair to become even more acute in die near future, on account.of the legisla- tion foreshadowed by Sir Loiner uouin at the opening of the Quebec Legisla- ture concerning advancement In ed; ucatlonaJ projects in the Province oZ Quebec. Sir Corner says that special inducements are to be offered for the engagement of male teachers by the different school boards, and thai, in aill .every .time. .Times are too pros- perous just now to think or tsiU: rt de- clining values. The bulls eve-i gay that Canada is jetting to the stage where a set back -icross Lit would not sffec; us -to any nmrkc-d extent. Three years a so, it -.viii ie remem- there was next ;lcor to a fin- anical panic in the United Stateg and although.Canada was enjoying an unex am'pled era of prosperity the influences from abroad called a halt and there was a general readjustment this way, he hones to be able to see values In consequence of the inter- We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains in section tracts o. w. KERR co. (7. T, Lathrop, Res. Manager in Good S625 eachrS lots Bom- .facing north. 1-3, 6 arid 12 mos. 6 per cbnt. blk. 121 facing east on beat this each. 2 lots, Cut close to r London. A snap. each, 3 lots, (jlyn street, near Courtland. ft. Out-, bill street. Fin- est building site in city.. 3 lots, Cut- bill; close in. -2 lots, Block 22, Ashmead St., fac- ing east, 8370 ea. must act quick. The Dowsley- McMillanLandCo. 5' 3rd AVt. and 7th A, M. J. 8. Mulhern AQENT8 FOR Pienaar Fire Pacific Fire Ca. Alliance Fire Inaurarvct Co. Grand Trynk Pa. II (Westmiii- stBcl, 13th St.) 6 room house (can be modernized) 2 lots. Price Terms. 15500 (Round St. or Fifth St.) 2 storey, seven room brick house on 2 lots. .82500 (Argyle Ay.J six room modern house, 1 lot. The Dowsley- McMillanLandCo. Sherlock Ave. and 7th A.M.Dowiley J.B.Mulhern AGENTS Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. Alliance Fire Insurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. Tosvnsiica education 'in the country parishes equal tn'at of tlie cities. At present, as soon as a. school teacher procures a diploma, he or she invariably moves westward. Sir Lomer says now that i he will have work for them to do near noine, and that, the expanding West must lool; elsewhere for its supply. The speech 'from the Throne also j contained another announcement of interest to the whole of [.Canada. It was that tue government had pledged itself to the furtherance of the good roads movement, and that large siims of money -.vould be asked to build up and maintain public high- ways. Search for Anarchists Incitement and interest in the Hou'ndsditch -battle between ists and the London police some ago received impetus hero when it he- came known that orders had been is- sued from Scotland Tard to all the police and detective departments in Canada ip Keep a sharp watch on all! suspicious characters in their districts j i and to be particularly ctirefjl to it that'they were under direct-sur- veillance for the few weeks prior to the Coronation. As a result of this the: Dominion Police, under Colonel .Percy Sherwood, have been most.act-' iv'e, and a large force has been sent down to the boundary to board, and .inspect-trains coming in .from...'the ocean ports of United States to Can- ada. This work was being done quiet- ly and effectively, but this week In- spector Parkinson held up a party of tour at Rouse's Point, coming '-iarb .Montreal from New York. There were two men and two women in .the party. The inspector told them, in nis'usual quiet'manner, that they would not be able to enter Canada. One of the women, becoming angry, drew a, long hat pin and tried to stab the inspector. Tne consequent small riot in tho sleoping car aroused the curiosity nf tho passengers and the story leaked out. Later, inspector announced that never before had the authorities turned back so many people, under one circumstance' or another, as in tho past two weeks. Parole System Succeeds I If there is any faith to be put in fig- ures, Canada's parole system of deal- ing with criminals has its val- ue during the eleven years it has-been m operation. Dominion Parole Offi- cer Archibald, in the course of an in- spection trip at St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary, said that, of the three thousand and seventy-two prisoners who have been released from the pen- itentiaries on parole during tint per- iod, two thousand have justified their right to freedom by living the lives of seir-respecting; and industrious citi- zens, nine hundred and ninety-nine are still reporting to the authorities, and only sixty-two have .found their way back to the courts through the lures of their old habits and activities. Role of Bear Doesn't Couni There is not very much use trying to play the role of stock market bo.ir these days. The tendency is all the other way. and iho bulls have ing to tncir alroarty immense fortunes. Terence to the wave of prosperity at Canada-grows bigtef and stronger financially, the more she be- comes- independent of what financial turmoil Uncle Sam may see fit to per- mit within borders. Tne_ enormous inflow of capital rrom different parts of globe, but particularly from the land of John shows no sign of cessation, and with the development of our own great resources keeping on apace it looks as though the preachment of the null element ought not to be wrong, even IT it does appear a over-enthusiastic to the man in the street. things have occurred with- in the past-few months to give addi- tional to Canadian credit abroad, ?.nd nothing could have been riner in that than the recent demonstration of the wonderful earn- ing capacity of the Canadian Pacific as by the Erectors .vfitnih.the past few days to place the stock on a ten per cent, dividend bas- Capitafists Invest The completion of tue new power plant of tee Shernrooke Railway and t'ower Company, has drawn Montreal capitalists' attention away'i'rorn thoir street railway in the city to a prcm-j islng public utlity enterprise in the! ToT.'nsh'ips. The Sherbrooke, company is only about a year old, H navicg taken over the old Sherbrooke Street Railway last bat already it is commencing to show the fruits of labor and thought in the manner in 'wnich it is grappling with the power and transportation problems of the Mr. Cl.irencc McCniasr. on wnose shoulders the principal bunion of the reorganization of the company EDUCATIONAL CLASSES START AT Y.M. C. A. The Y. A. secretary, 'if. completed- arrange- for two educational courser One will be a course of advertising of twelve lessons, once a week on Thursday evenings, commencing Feb- ruary 2nd: A. M.-BUnt, manager of the A. Macdonald this wn0 graduate.advertiser, as well as a the lec- The tuition the twelve lessons .is course will in- clude retail advertisement supplementary: of this important part'.of'all .businesses. it. O. Whyman, C-. E., who Is'super- intending the construction of the Gait street sewer, and wno Is a' graduate The H. MACBETH AGENCY .INSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK C AI 17 Furoiihed House ami teven facing ea.t on WUliamSi for Great >Snow8 Mean Great Crtpg The time to buy real is now. We have 4 lots near tbe.old fair Mil for very easy payments. Small'cash payment, and avail menu. No Internet. ._-..> W. H. JOHNSON LAND JOHNSON MI FIFTH MUTM of Wisconsin UniverBlty. will glre a course of lectures on mechan- ical It will .cover the use! of draitSng freehand andj block lettering, 'drawing the plan and' elevation of simple" objects, and the reading :6f architectural and machine Blue prints. The; tuition for the term of is and the class- es will meet every Wednesday evening commencing February 1st. A Y. M. C. male voices will be under the dir-, far! ection orrW.'fl. Francis, who was for-1 merly.Instructor iii the Knox .Conser-[ vatory, and has a wide 'reputation as j a glee club znd male chorus director. The glee'club will ineet'on Thursdays at 7.30 p.rc., beginning on January 3lEt. The tuition.for twelve weeks is 11-00. VALUE OF PHlfSIGAL SpoKane. WaaL, Jan- 27. As an il lustration of the value of physical culture in its higher development, H. Leonard Knowles, of' Spokane, physi- cal culture director and devotee of the doctrine, successfully ths Spokane river from bank to bank at H.'.25 on -the afternoon of Januarv 21, also winning a wager of made with E. E.. of the Spokane hardware Co. Knowles advocates the cold bath as a health medium. Rail way d- TT'" V irrigation Go; Are dfferirig for sale .the cheapest lots oil the market eac situated north: of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. CARUSO PUT BABY TO SLEEP has fallen, and vr.hose energy has been while Walker holds that it has notb- rcsponsible for jetting the plant intoj ing but poor features. .This is said TO be the first time the.sv.-im has ever Deen marie in midwinter. A crowd of the excellent running order it is in today, is now figuring on even larger with a view to giving quick transportation and power to the city pf Sherbrooke and the surrounding dii trier. Witluthts end in view he hss freezing point. Knowles used the purchased three water powers on the Australian cmwl stroke. When he river and has commenced was quarter oE. the vay across he Chicago, -Jan. ''Go my little cooed by Sig. Enrico Caruso, the Italian to sleep, in- French nearly people witnessed the feat-henor, ended a linle 2 year old boy's The thermometer stood at 31 tide of tears on in an Evans- and the temperature of the "water at rreezlng point. Knowles velopment. The result will be that eventually have bydro-electric power. Another concern has been a great winner in the stock market within the past few days. This is the Laur- entide Papir, of which Sir William Van .Home is president, and R. B. An- gus, C R. Hosmer and James arc among: the directors. The UOO of common stock, which only aj Spokane. sliort time ago, had a market value of t tne annual turned over on his back and to the crowd: "Fine dope, Knowles in the Columbia riv- er lasr. January, and is an ardent ex- ponent of the cold ,vater bath theory rrom and health standpoint ROASTS THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Wash., Jan. vise meeting of the Spokane _ i'ic JliiCtJllj, ui 111C OUU.-VjtiH; less than a2.400.000. has appreciated! unamber of Commerce was enlivened m value to the extent of about ?900, Dv three high class UOO, and as the stock is concentrated tor rue most part in comparnrively few hands, rhe profit can be estiraat-j Conrld 11-- I ton residence. "Bye. Baby Bunting, papa's gons in extremely broken Eng- lish was the next JuIIaby by which t-hc operatic star put the final touches-of sleep on the eyes of the youngster that clung about hSs neck. Caruso, directed .by the moth- er, took the'child to his crib, care- fully laid him down, pulled the Ulinds. and tiptoed back to the parlor. The hoy wss William Lcffingwtll, sou of Mr. and Mrs, William M. Lef- lingwell, Tolfax avpauc, in "the north shore suburb. Caruso, whiln returning to his suite from a local theatre, one of tho preach- 'n the Congress hotel .from er memhers of the commercial orran- pastor of morning mass, had met William Thor ncr of the Chicago Grand Opera Com- scheme is now under way for Kirins tlie shareholders a larger proportion than they arc now receiving from the already lianclsonxe eight ;per cent, j dividend rate. It will thus be seen! ihat the C. P. R. millionaires are very! u. his sermon on .January 22. Chamber of Commerce T. N. CHRI8TII CO. Real Catata Financial Diamond Itiurttce, T, Notary PuMfc Alderman Mcrlgold, of Hamilton, gntntd three votes on the recount to upset his election, which would hare taKen away the temperance pnrty'.s Majority In council. OSTRACIZED FOR A KILLING Edgeliel-J. s. C.. Jan. Jrom his wife and rclativcr. by his friends, and James H. Tillman. recontiv nor of South Carolina, and slayer or N. G. GonxaleE, editor of the Coluai- Siaic. is criticaiiy iij m a wretchol hut near here. He is aitcudcd by an old negro as his only companion. But tor thls man. it is said. Tillman would REMORSE MADE THEM ATTEMPT t'Jiicago, Jan. anestod for the Lemont ins, and were rescued that physicsi .s said j death is only a. -luesiioa of a few I nciirs. girls are Frieda Kampa, 17 j 72 :rs oia, ana Stella -Maxwell, -ears! Ders many ministers of the gospel in its membership, all of whom havo been strong boosters for commercial piog- approval of clean vaudeville ties. Mrs. Leffingwell. who is Misses Fitxhugh, and A GOOD Oil Simtii "5 "V. onlv _ Terms given. W. R. Dobbn 310 7th St. South suppcsod to have prompted the girls i Kecently members of the Chamber S'jlCIDE lo attempt snicidle by fire. reptrrl their invjtAiion to accompany them. When they reached the Lelfinsfwc'ii residence they found Mrs. unable to console her young .-on. v.lm was under full headway in a spell. Caruso took the chii.i on his knee bogan his Meanwhile friends, xealous IVKIMC.I! critics, the curious public Miiil paper mm were at trij C.mcif-v. pur- r.led at the disappearar.jc, Caruso. rest. '-T-S-' TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Quebec government of a tahernaclo scheme to sidetrack! TORONTO dangerous competition in the city race course for commissioner, and _vi nual event to boost the stench has beer c-atrr.ci'.ed since he Killed Gonzales. wi-.o was unarmed, j Ho s a nephew or Senator K. R. of a i n c--5u v uci v.il! diSCUSS had reqccat of the Toronto Medioil Col-j cnurch union in March. ,_ lege lhat il 'oe aJIowed to license lit i When Hon. Mr. Lemicux. at th- C o. the ja, to put out the fire graduaiee an4 any who nave M. A. banquet in Montreal or .nd get The girls on. of the 190. without taking the exam- Lc Dnfce of ConnauZht! presmbed by the Ontario! noptd he would bo thrncxt. Gc-Ternor- over the aueiea tr.cu is; vertical Council. General, everj-hody choero.1. LAWYER'S HARD LUCK Toronto, Jan. .the matte- d the !awyers m town tell of a c'onaln who loaned a frie-.irj the -friend putting np shares of Farmers "Bank atoclc as security. The note fell dne and was not mat, tee lawyer had the shares >n his own name. The bank ftnd cow ho 5s being called ,'or nis double liability, so fnc ;'.iror he ltd hip friend will COFI him S7t) i .t! The Waddington- Stuckey Co. Beg to have announce that they Disolved Partnership fn the HAY. GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business will be curried vu uuuci uic niiu uoiusc OX R, Stuckey Son, And by strict attention to business hope lo be favored the patronage given thV oH firm.