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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta F C A Representing: Ntorth American Life Assurance London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London We have several sections of good Farm Land to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage choice residences in desirable lo- cations, for sale at reasonable prices and on- good tenns.i: v Sixv beautiful lots on Westminster Ed., overlooking -Buff. each. Three lots in Block T facing east and on water. each. Two lots in Block 147, fforth'Wafd, each.- Three room house in Duff Addition, cash handles. Balance in monthly payments. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance HEARD OF AGAIN Supposed Former Bucketshop Magnate Looms up in London as Aviation Promoter taken for Prompt he Golden West Realty Co. Toronto, July name of a Mr. Patriarah, an .fig- ures prominently in a cable despatch from London, and the recollections of a num-ber of people in this city are airakeried. A report of" a luncheon at the Savoy Hotel credited Lady Ab- dy, an enthusiast on .the subject of airmanship, with "the intention of largest" .bucket shops in Canada, sec- fine business premises for- merly occupied by the Ontario Bank as an office." Lurid advertisements drew the lambs to the shearing, and Patriarche Jwaxed rich. His. pace was fast and reckless, and eventually his enterprise came under the notice, of the police. A raid -was made on backing an air line between London jtfie place a few months ago, and D. King Phone 623. V J. B. Wilkie Office, Crabb Street. and Paris to tie extent of 5250.000. When an attempt was made to' ob- tain from verification .of this report, she admitted that she jhad been. at the luncheon, which was private, and that she had. asked group of employees an4 Vlleged "in- vestors" were gathered in, among them being a prominent politician and an es-aMerruan. Patriarche. at the time was not ____ White, the well known Brit- less available. available, -and since then he Jiongh -toe, Sifter. A Paragrapher and the 'Herald Fire The man who writes "The Sieve" a humorous column .in -the Montreal Herald, gives a vivid description of what he, saw of the wreck and fire in that office recently. The Sifter nad just completed his column of paragraphs for the day. He chuckled as he pressed his foot on the lever which got .the copy through 'the tube to the composing room. That last paragraph certainly had. point Look- ing at his watch he noticed it was ten-forty- o'clock. He sat at his "Crackxirack." Jiat of a heavy ailing to the no. "Another of those dub pressmen dropping a -thought 'the Sitter. "Must have been a mallet or some- thing left, on-'ihe bed of the IMPKOVED FARMS FOE SALE 320 acres 1-4 mile from town, 135.00 an acre; with crop. 160 acres 1 1-2 miles from town, and machinery. For particulars- apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY; ALBERTA --e sound .was as piece of machinery the blow fefi I ish airman, to superintenden t the- j he was on the briny deep, heading for construction ,of an airship for' her. 2 lots, block 20 Contts St., Duff, facing east Asquith Lindsey REAL ESTATE STREET LCANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETH3RIDGE, ALTA. LOANS LOANS FARM FARM LOANS ,house, Argyle auk; Argyle cash; Hoase, Fisher S950 cash; Balance to suit purchasers. Tils ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Puone 1045 Alberta BJit, BOS 254 LOAN3 FARM "There was a Mr. Patriarah.. an Am- she continued. "talk- Ting about this scheme of an aarliLe London and Paris, I belfeve. He may talked a lot of non- sense about me since. Anyway, I did not iother to interrupt aim fhtn. j'l thought it easier to let him on." j -There is little doubt that the lalk- j ative 3Ir. Patrafrah is Philip Harold f Patriarche, who cut a wide swr.the {in financial circles-here, for a few f months. He was .formerly jgineer, .but out as a mag- jnate. He'established one of the i _ England, and the snposirion was that knew .what was coming when he left There are many per- sons here who would welcome the're- turn of this glib young man to .Can- ada, especially if .Ms coming back would lead to a restitution of. his part of-the sums-of easy money which lie picked up -during his career. It is evident he is teasel- ling -London with, the fruits of his "efforts but it was not known-that the course of his ideas had been turned towards airmanship. Much .sympathy for Lady-Abdy.is felt here. THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH EAEV ON THISLAjVD LOOK THIS UP Try onrtfan instead of nxaking a loan. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. There is no delay. LIST WITH US. FARM SECURITY COMPANY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The "Sunday' School Army Described-by Miss Palk -J. B. Paterson's Address The first the Fourth An- the' Wsnfediates nuai invention of me- those who were tl were This time the sound was accom panied by a downpour of water. looked up. Twenty feet away from him gaped a hole in the ceiling. Through i poured, water, broken bricks timber. The adjoining -wall t was fall ing in. "Somecning must be thought ine Sifter, and seeing others making for the window ten feet away he did likewise. Kicking his way through a pane of glass, the Sifter stood on the stone ledge of the. window .with several' of his co-workers. -Behind him the steady downpour. of. water, plaster and de- with now and then a falling brick. In front a curious silent crowd stood in the cheerful June sunlight. "Get yelled the Sifter.'. "Don't jump! Don't yelled back some of ously. "We're -telephoning for a encouragingly called out one. "It was nice standing there, the CLEAN COAL CLEAN COAL PHONE 366 FOR CLEAN COAL House on Crabb St for rent St' facins between Courtland and London, Phone 366 for your coal. The McClureA Stewart Agency 120 ROUND ST. .3 lots on London Road West of Westminster Road. Terms. ALBERT STAFFORD 3LOCK PHONE 297- A iiew seven-roomed modem house to rent. Splendid Buys in House and Inside Property The lethbridge-Weyburh Realty Co., Ltd. Phone 1173. One. Door South Balmoral Uotel. D.stnbut.ng Agency fo5 Rumfey Engines, Cockshutt ahd-Frort and ,Wpod Lines Farm Implements. LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE .you were, be carried 1st class hotel for sale, over cash per day. right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L HMBALL, Suite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 Records show and terms District Sunday '-School Association was held yesterday afternoon in Knox Church, Lethbridge. It was the occasion of a great rally service in charge "of H. F. Kenny, .gen eral secretary "of the Alberta Sunday. School Association. It was attended ciples of the army prepay- for work, as its officers. _ were those niose who., though getting up Fears, still attenaed :the' Sundav And lastly, JELD, flu We school. jt f oodly number of represents Department, those who rnm _ tires from the city schools and much interest and enthusiasm was aroused. The musical part of the programme L. 320 acres splendid irrigated land for sale cheap. 50 lots in North Ward: each. Easy terms. Two 7 roomed cottages -to rent, -centrally located. THE BELL CASCADED LAJSD CO. it was conducted -by Professor L. Henry, o.f Chicago, who infused a singing power into the congregation wonderful to hear. After the repetition in unison of the 23rd Psalm, Miss Helen Palk. Ele- mentary specialist of Winnipeg; was introduced. Her talk was directly, to. the -children, though it also proved quite interesting for tie older folk. Attracting the attention of the lit- tie learners by her preliminary talk on soldiers, their flags, and what Grey j represented in their, loyalty to the King, Miss Palfc gradually branched off and soon had the children, almost unaware of the-change, listening at- or old a in- age, unable to present at its sessions. These constitute the shine and the fresh breezes felt" go' "Get is all :that anyone said. No one seemed in the mood for con- versation. A fireman' came along and touched the Sifter on the sleeve. "You can go down stairs if you want to; the way is said the fire- man. v The Sifter and his frieulte left their perch, dropping back into the edi-torial room, and "went down the. stairs." On the'way 'the Sifter closed down the lid of; his.roll-top desk.-exchanged II, motto was found m- the words, "Follow, and Obey and flag was that bearing upon its suriace the Cross of Jesus. for his-street coat, Then followed an interesting conj Picked up Jus overcoat, donned_his hat. 'recce, "The Organized "Bible H ir was to "be a rctreat> let it be "'an orderly Some of his .friends stopped -long .enough to gather" up Faim SacrU'ice The National Land Co. Room 4, Hill Block, Phone 1031. Organized "Bible Class I led by J. B. Paterson, B. A., of Cal- Superintendent of the Adult-de- partment of- the Alberta 3. S. Assoc- iation. The greatest inescion of how to keep the big boy in the Sundar school was answered ,fay "Get the men and you get the big Is a weakness in the Sunday school it in the inability of the Superin- tendent to. use rightlv anrf- to -ood II "B T Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Ar e o ering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eack situated nortb of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ie Sunday School said j-Church; it is an organization 7PaIk' "C0mprises mmions of [the development of character" People and is so large that if pJaced and the studying of Christ s teach single file wrould reach one and toss in the Bible one-quarter times aiound the earth i Tie between the are glad to meet you here old and the SySteia of Bible .fl! soldiers of that -ighty-ar-f work, lies in "the-fact tiiat'rrwW In continuing, Miss Palk placarded j initials of the regiments I in this army; before the people. These j were constituted of. for the 1st RegV j ment. C. R.. the Cradle Roll, the ba-b-' iies of the Sunday school, its future ad Regiment, B., the little tots just be- is yet. The Regi- designated by P.. "and "known ,S years of age.. The 4th acter of cracy. It was considered by manv plan to start organized classes oartr we children something defi do, to have a class name" and thpir -wallets and other valuables. Outside the Sifter became' one of the fatuous '.throng. He watcned the thrill- ing rescue of the workers from the up- per floors. He saw the injured placed in ambulances. He got in' the way of j the firemen. He .was pushed and jos-{ tied by the police. Here and there he met a survivor of .the tragedy and stop- ped to exchange congratulations. Then a thought came to him. The j paper! The Herald! Of course such I a thing as a fire must not stop it. j i He foughta-his way out through the.) throng over to St. Antoine street and! to the Gazette office. There he found other survivors of the disaster fore-j gathering. Some bore the .marks of the conflict upon were j hatless; coatless. They looked like a j routed army, just gathering to reform their ranks, and charge again. Some were seasoned veterans and talked of I :ood other Herald fires had been through. Much as soldiers of the Grand Army of the Republic recall en- gagements they have passed they meet in annual re-union. AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To Close Out an. Estate F. G. WADDINGTON CO. are instructed to sell Lots 1 to 7 and-30, facino- on Torrance Avenue, Allan St. and IdciincrtoS Avenue and having a frontage of 46 feet each and a depth of 130 feet, at 'the price of Each (CORNERS EXTRA) On theJollowing easy dorai and per month, with interest at .8 per cent. Also two lots facing east on Tqrrarce JNos. 2o and 26 at the same price and on the r a DO YC terms. T'lllC -m VV 'only- Office, Lyceum Building. regain open for 4 days Phone 426 fire, and mentally making comparisons between them. Then a lad came up and told the Sifter he was wanted on the order began to come out of Ifloor by a Iady- chaos. Copy began to come in. The Conscience stricken, the Sifter to instruct them' and to lead them Sifter> as did others doubtless, lost tbe ttiree flights of steps. At out to the expression of their views. !the sense of personal concern in bottom he found a lady who rush- or her personality upon the brought home your the office last night, have been burned up." "Id boots from or they -would !BOY ONLY 13 YEARS OLD WEDS i GIRL OF 19 IN AN ELOPEMENT j ___ j Louisville, Ml., Boasts of Youngest j 'Married Man' on Record j Louisville, IlC July L. j Farris, the 13 year old son of Charles L. Farris, formerly a state represen- tative from this city, eloped with Mass !Nell Krutsiager, 10 years old, daugh- ter of Sim Krutsinger, a local busi- ness man. They were married on Saturday, in some place outside the state, return- ing here the following day. The mar- riage was kept secret until today. y j Nobody but the'young couple's par- j disaster and turned to the impersonal ____ _ ents know where they were married. side seen to their It was a great surprise friends. The romance a year ago, jwhen the two were going to school to go public. reading Now and then one would stop .to speak of a comrade who had gone down in the battle with the elements. Everybody recalled a license. Master Farris is the young- ept "married man" in the state, per- haps in the whole country. He and his bride will reside with his par- ents in this city. Waseel Maren, a young Hungarian, was instantly killed'by falling IS feet through a steamer's hatchway at Belleville. come from Perth, Ont., a- few months who drank unfiltered water, from the tap and laughed at typhoid, who used toj make up the editorial page and was! usually was sorj ry for Consitt. The wore on and soon ithe.Sifter found himself reading, with quite an impersonal feeling, the stories in the rival papers and his own about the ed into his arms and said: "Why, Mr. Sifter. Why DIDN'T you phone me you were all At night when the Sifter''arrived ar home a lictle Sifter said to him: "Dad, it was a good thing you REAL ESTATE James Asher. a farmer, near land, was injured by ais runaway and several fingers had to be amputated. FIRE INSURANCE Honey