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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta flerald. c Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London have several sections of good Farm Lanjl to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage SNAP EVER OFFERED IN LETHBRIDGE 5 lots and two eight roomedhoiises for Water and electric light; cash buys this and assume loan of :Loans, Insurance and Auctioneers .taken for The Golden West Realty Co. Phone 623." J.B.Wilkle P.O. Box 642. D.King 20 Coutts St., Duff, facing east Asquith Uhdsey REAL ESTATE 307 CRABB STREET LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH RAIN ON THIS LAND We own and offer-'you a full section near Kimball. They have had plenty of rain here and crops look good. _ _ __ This land will be sold at a low price.and oru terms you cannot beat. It will be sold quickly. Txy our.planin-stead of .making'a loan WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. FARM SECURITY COMPANY There is no delay. LIST WITH US, Whitney Block .Lethbridge 1st class hotel for sale. Becords show over cash per day. Price and terms right. GRASSY LAKE LOAN CO. D. L KIMBALL, Mgr. Suite 11.5 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest, lots on the market k KING'S UNCLE FOE TOSNOBS Talked-of Governor-Gen- eral, is the Subject of Anecdotes-Re- bukes Equerry June 29.-The -Duke of Connaught, who is the most tailed of 'among the probabilities for .the next Governor-aeneral of 'Canada, 'and who is to open, the federat- ed parliament of South Africa, has provided plenty of material for the anecdotist. Here is one which shows 'bow the 'Duke, like his. brother, the late King Edward, and the .present king, hated anything that savored of snobbery. t The Duke was conducting army manoeuvres on the east coast, and some fifty or sixty newspaper cor- respondents from. London were in- structed by their respective editors to attend the proceedings and not to lose sight of the royal' commander. Toward evening the party reached- a small village and the -rumor around-that the Duke intended to put.'up. there for the night.. -This caused great consternation among, the assembled correspondents, for it meant that fifty men would be oblig- ed to put "up with .hopelessly inade- quate accommodations. The' 'correspondents held an im- promptu meeting.and was deputed to ..ascertain- the-duke's _, in- tentions. He found -his royal high- ness, accompanied an equerry, watching a number' fatigue parties eracting -tents.' Equerry's Reply Sharp "Can you tell me if the Duke of Connaught intends 'to -stay here night the pressman asked oi equerry, apologizing for the infcu- sion: The equerry- turned upon him nice a released whirlwind. "How on earth do I he snapped.. "Do you think I am. the duke's press- agent The Duke of Connaught, who had overheard his equerry's, reply, turn- ed "What's that. What's that be asked, looking at the correspondent with ah inquiring eye. "I was asking your royal highness- equerry whether you intended stay- in- here -answered the pressman: "If so, it will mean that fifty or sixty men will have to find accommodation." Since you are interested, 111 tell you with said the duke. I am not staying here." Then with knitted brows and an- gry eye, he turned upon his -equerry. "And there's no reason why- "that question should not have been answer ed civilly. Please report yourself to me immediately on reaching Chat- ham." Story From M. A. P. Here is another told in.this week's The Duke's unostenta- ORANGEMEN HAD A BIG DM Few Speeches But Many Sports and Good a team, and where fifteen minutes was die time alloted for each half. Page and McLachlan were the cap- tains, and -when the half hour had elapsed Page's quintette came out of the mighty struggle the victors by" 10 points to their opponents 7.; There .were further big doings last night in the K. of P, Hall here, and It is" understood that -several- new members were -given their first ex- perience as raw recruits in the ranks of the veteran Orange army. to- the The: Glorious Twelfth, >ith its fly- 'ing its long processions of Or- its merry music and ibeating over for another year. The two" hundred ..and Twentieth anniver- sary of .the .Battle of. the Boyne was celebrated yesterday, in this city. The though "it did not as- a-'record as in the towns and cities, nevertheless was quite respectable in size, and lack of number's was more .than made good toy- the degree ,of ;real Orange-, men's' spirit evinced. mentioned yesterday Lodge No, 1666 was -reinforced by-a large number from Rocky' Coulee .Lodge-No. 2094, and several from Lit- Bow No. 1904. In .addi- tion to the Orangemen, there were several.of the. members, "of. the S.. O. E. No. joined the pro- ceedings. were'- .somewhat ".disappointed in -their platform speak- rs, who faned, from sdmi2 unaccount- able reason, to make their-appearance the; rsupulated: .-time, lew: words, explanation, as to character and purpose of the celebration, were 'given Master Scott, of "the Lettebridge Lodge, and were followed by a'few words of good cheer .from.the lips of VRocky. Coulee. This done, and while the Leth- bridge Citizens Band and .Ttoe indis- pensible fife and drum band were sup- plying a .sufficiency music, the programme of the day's sports were carried into effect, un- der the management of the committee First in order, of attraction was the tug-of-war, in by teams from Lethbridge and Rocky Coulee. The former won out over the home- steaders, but their eyes fairly.bulged in their supreme effort. The result ras- 'First' Lethbridge winners; heat, Rocky Coulee, the win- ners; Lethbridge the cham- pions, best two put of three. Other races pulled off in the course f the afternoon, .and the respective Dinners thereof, are as follows: 100 Yards' Dash-J. Mead, 1; P. K- loreland. 2; J. Thompson Half-Mile Run-R. loreland, 2; D. Dobson, 3. P- Wioreland finished first, but was dis- on account of an alleged Blocking of'Rash. Race awarded to ASKS A "NO FIREWORKS" .LAW. Chief Chicago Urges Coun- cil to Prohibit Sale Absolutely. Chicago, July prohib- ition of and use of fireworks in 'Chicago was recommended to ;the city government in: port by Fire Soran Busse, and transmitted toy ,him jto city council. At the request of Aid. Anton J.-Cer- mak, who stated that.he.had.prepared an ordinance aimed toward more sev- ere regulation of the sale of fire- works, -marked by the'vestaiblishment of license fees' that will prevent small and'irresponsible dealers from landing -them, the report was ,referr- ed to the, judiciary Committee. Later Fire 'Marshall Horan said that he would oppose any such comprom- ise, plan for the reason that the.sane Fourth of this year -had-brought more fire alarms, to his department. than any previous year of its history. This increase-he ascribed to a more gen- eral use of -display from restrictions 'against' the use of the explosive or detonating types. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 320 acres 14 mile from town, an .acre, "with: .crop. 4 160 acres 1 1-2 miles from town, crop and machinery. For particulars apply H. C. MORRISON COWLEY, ALBERTA A new seven-riiomed modern house to, rent. Inside Property The ReaMfelid. W _- ._, ss "dOnc.Door South Balmoral Hotel. Distributing Agency for-Rumley Engines, Cockthutt and Frost and .Wood Lines Farm Implements. v LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE GALLANT ACT OF HOBOES. They -Rescued'-Young''Girl''of Toledo From Her Captor. Toledo, 'Ohio, July from her captor, a Toledo machinist, "by who.were on.jheir the harvest and taken in'charge by the, police there, was the experience of Beatrice Fanning, 19, of Toledo, who had been enticed 'from her home on promise of marriage. .Wien. captured, she was wearing "men's; clothing, which she had been compelled to do after attempting to escape her captor; in.; St. Louis. From St. Louis the girl and the man who had lured her away were heating their way west trains. Each time she tried to escape her guard choked and'beat her. Finally at Belleville; Kan., she :.inanaged to tell a fellow tramp she was a woman. He told two others, who attacked her captor and the girl escaped. eac situated nortb of the track The Alberta Ry. and irrigation Co. "M. A. tious entry board a- P. to the dining saloon on 0. liner, on which he had just embarked at Port Said, was responsible for a curious though not unnatural mistake on the part 01 the chief steward, who was accosted !by a gentleman who inquired when dinner would be. served, adding he was very hungry. -We'll be later than usual ening, said the steward, "fo the Duke of Connaught is .behind tun- in coming aboard, and we've been or Ill dered not to serve dinner until-he Kash. a close third. to 12 years, 2o lards -Olive Williams, 1; Alice Brown, Margaret Stevenson, 3. An Old. Man's Race was a hopeless case, there "being no entries. AN EnRAORDINARY OFFER To Close Out an Estate L