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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedaesday, July 2fr 1910: F Representing: North American Life Asiurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London We have teveral of good Farm Und to trade for City Property We have a purchaser for an eight roomed house, also for a small cottage THERE IS JIAIN ON and of you! a full section near Ktmball. They have had plenty of rain here and crops look good. 1 TkU land will be sold at a low price and on terms you cannot beat- -quickly. LOOK THIS UP Try our plan Instead of "making a loan. There ho delay. WE LAND FOfTiCASHV LIST WITH U8. FARM SECURIH COMPANY FOB SALE i-4 mile an acre, with crop. 1-2; milea from town; crop .and machinery.- COWLEY, ALBERTA i We haye at present time a first class Tiouse trade for first class five passed to.uring .car. see Ms. before the GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L KIIBALL, NJL v StUe 115 Sfcerltct BU. Phtne 417 and large capital we have} property to sell which will make you money: wliUe you are sleeping. Investments on house bring you in from 10 to 20 per cent, interest. -Why be satisfied with 4 per cent. Houses from and upwards to suit all ,parties.. x Orders rtaken for car loads of Eire and Life Insurance. The Golden West Realty Co. H----.V. W--' ;Phone623. J.B.Wilkie D.King A full line of Frost and Wood HAYIN GMACHINERY f.-. '3 Don't forget-we carry HAY PRESS The Lethbriage-Weybum Realty Co., Ltd; Phone 1173. One poor South .Balmoral Hoteil' plttributina Agency for Rumley 'Cockshutt" and Frost and Wood Farm Implements.1 LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE 2 lots, block 20.Coutts St., Duff, facing east Asquith lindsey iKEAL ESTATE "ilp'ANS? INSURANCE PHONE 1183 .307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. fin liuraice leal Estate ill Firm LUH The I, Macbeth loencjf f. f Sherlock Block. JJ PLANT BLEW UP July" air ship plant sas works 'irere''''blown.. up, injuring several. for the addition to the Owen Sound Hospital costing hk re been let. REAL ESTATE FJRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A 'bill making the equipment of all passenger vessels touching 'at "British ports with a wireless telegraph" system passed its first reading in the British Commons. Iron ore is found in commercial quantities at Chat's Fallsr 30 miles from Ottawa. dollar plant is to be 'built at Hamilton' by the Oliver Chill- ed Plow Co. EARL GRty ON -TEMPERANCE London, July is stated, thai 'before' leafing for Canada Earl Grey, strongly urged on ithe Unionist "lead- ers the' -desirability of settling the Irish question along" Federaf 'lines.' Questioned just' .before "leaving as, to "whether public" house trust movement "spread to .Canada; be 'said it -had not. Temperance re- formers on toothsides "of tne At- lantic had hot yet discovered that a high license "makes 'it "necessary for. ubiican to push the "sale of holi'c liquors.' wiiien temper-' ance reformers recognize this as "ttiej nevitablV effect of high, license ed; on rateable values they will don. .them and resort to tie only fa- tional'mettipd of .taxing public houses, that is" 'by'poundage otf alcoholic sales. Haldane, speaking, at .the inaugu- a -bVajich. of .the Free Txade Union 'depreciated..tariff reform and, perilous, to .the., unity He .believed, W-were' only at 'the 'ieginhing of-.the unity, of sucij things, as the. im- perial genefaf.-staff, now accomplish- imperial navy con- things' tiiiat brought JJomiiiidns overseas .togeQier, its'complete freedom, we had the medi-uni' and, material -witli TyiHi-ch. ,real; unity of empire could be SHE fAS SUflPfllSED Indian Roc Ohrtnlc OompUUM R. Smith, of Winnipeg Man., id i. tatenstinj Xotj of xelfcrfrom almos v "I can hardl tdl yon great mv plaint accorapailed bfliouanea were daily lource of trfcl to Bvify day I experienced -the dckettinir; effects ol these ailments. I kwftdfor some mtdi- that ahoold permanently drive them tlndian Root Ithought they were -worthy of a My WM indeed peat. first I eabenenced relief Contuimnr I foaad my troub- but fordy Itovuif me and before Ion j I aore Icriew what JtwM to be from the ef- fectt of :the aikMnti .that had your Dr. Indian that 1 anj account without Root Pffli cure ittwell as Liver troub- 25e a box PRINCESSES DO "TrjEIR OWN WASHING Neicet, of Sweden's, King Will Also a .Chance to Pick Out Their Own Husbands Stockholm, Sweden, July Duke of_ Westgotland, a younger brother of the King of Sweden, aacud nis wife, who .was .Princess Ingeborg eldest jdaughter of the King of Den- mark, .are. believers in the simple lite. Their two, Margaret, eleven years old, and- to do every kind of housework. They even have to '.'wash their .own in a plebian washtub. The tubs they wash, their emblazoned handkerchiefs in" must; be" scrubbed out and turned up in 'the sun to dry by the Princesses' own fair hands, and the holes Ih. their, royal stockings :hey must darn themselves. They have to make their, own beils of a morn- ing, out the rugsV.rinse out the aand the .sponges out in air to sweeten, after which they time to sit down and make HONEST SON PAYS .DEBTS OF FATHER Twenty After Failure.'He Seeks Out .Old..Creditors and Wipes .Out OJd Scores New July sincerely trust honest desire :to .pay a man's .debts is not.so uncommon an occurrence as to be worthy of a newspaper today.', Fred toe firm of Tencli, ,wb.o. is- advertising for'the creditors defunct firm ofW. E. Tench Son, that he may pay. tie .twenty-year-old debts of his father, for_ which he is way le- gally bound. Were Diogenes living.he might have extinguished his Jantern, for in Tencb 'be would, baye found an honest man- In 1888, the, immense contracting firm of Tench Son failed for a large sum. It-was the desire of the elder Tencb to pay off obligations but the shock of the failure broke him .in health, and his death, occurred shortly afterward. To. Ms son.be left the acy of debt. Young Tench .did not shirk his. duty. twenty years be ibas worked bard and. spent nothing, that be might .clear his.-father's name. He became the ju- nior, partner in: the firm of Terry Tench, contractors. The firm built the .nunense.Manhattan bridge across the East, river, and. is recognized as a eader among structural iron and steel contactors. As .the firm, prospered young Tench used .'bis share.of the profits to pay his debts, with full interest A. 'couple of -weeks ago the people of St. vGaitheri'nes. Ont., were surprised DO NOT CREDIT THE REPORT .Ottawa, July land that General; Sir ..John French has made a sweeping-condemnation of the Canadian militia system is not credited by the. tia department here. However, both the minister and the deputy minister are out of town and there is no..ad- missiou that the report has'been're- ceived at all. SPEAKERS NEARLY CAME TO BLOWS. Turcotte and Lavergne .Get. Hot and Friends Separate Them. Quebec, July a political pic- nic iBeauport on Saturday after- noon there .was a lively, .tilt between J. Turcotte, for Que- bec -..itr. Armand La- tg was held pri- marily ;to hearrMr. F. D..Monk. M..-P., and ;Mr. Turcotte was allowed to -say something in defence of the ment.- Mr. TurcotLe 'aiieged that M Lav- ergne would-not be on the platform opposing Sir WliMria Laurier had Judge. Lavergne been appointed chief ustice.some time ago Mr.; Armand .Lavergn-3 was much annoyed by a. reflojtio.i on the pood aitb of.Iris.father, and told the speak er be was- a falsehood Mr. .Turcotte stuck to his; remark, and in a-moment both men were-try- to .'get at one another, while the >eople looked on with passions rising n all sides. A Weacon. Friends an.-l in the ex-' itement Mr. Turcotte--added -to the heat by..shouting- -.was a man near him witli a weapon who in- ended to do him barm. This partic- lar man, who ceeaiel innocent en- ugb, was the house and othing more was beard of the jnat- er. -Mr. ..Turcotte sail afterwards be ad -been told the man wa-3 armed and igbt do him an injury. JExcitement was lulled Mr Tur remarks about ent C ABTNELL GESTGEKALE SCHWEPPE'S -Direct from Old Country, cool ami sparkling. DR. STJGART'S BITTERS ANi) BLAGKBERRY LIQTJOR Reconuneuded f or summer sickness Phone 613. OPEN 7.30AM. CLOSE 5 P.M. During f :When in Vancouver it will-be to .your-advantage j-stay at the HOTEL -STRATHC0NA Tne best middle priced hotel -.in :the city D BURTON and J. E. ROBBINS TO LOSE 'ONE OF HIS "WIVES. No. 1 Seeks Divorce to Permit Big- amist in Mexico to Legalize No. 2. themselves little house jackets to do. I 'to read in their local papers aftvertise- the rest of their housekeeping lessons in. Princess Margaret is not particu- larly handsome, though shef doubtless will ibride of some handsome cavialier. Her sister .Martha, is. a sweet, rather with a "soul's awakening" look in- her eyes, and she.gets most of the sym- pathy. Smart young officers think her lit- tle '-hands should not -oe allowed in the and .there have been several more or less private protests. But the parents "have always ed: "My dear young man, when Mar- tha is old enough to stop washing for fear of spoiling her hands she will be just old enough to fee proud she knows how. Her husband she shall choose herself, as will her sister, and we Relieve she will choose one that likes a woman wno knows how to do everything house. Then she win have no trouble in getting things properly done for her." TEDDY TOLD KING TO GRANT HOME RULE London, July is said that when former President Roosevelt wag here he had a second confidential in- terview with King George, at wliich. he advocated granting Ireland Home Rule as essential to cementing not only the British Empire, 'but Anglo- American sentiment It is stated that Mr. tRoosevelt frankly told .the King that as long as of Irish birth or parentage remain unconciliated toy England there will >be no chance that the United States will ratify such a treaty. Furthermore, Mr. Roosevelt, in- sisted that the danger to Anglo-Amer- ican relations from the same cause would be very grave should a crisis arise under circumstances in which ordinary American sentiment would favor England. ments for 'the whereabouts of the creditors of the failed firm of E. Tench of Chippewa, Canada. One of the men who answered was Capt William Ross, of Port Robin- son, Ont., nearly ninety years oH. a claim of He received a cheque for the amount of. the claim, with interest in full. J Judge JJavergne. Mr. Armand Lavergne was .the next speaker, and a frenzy of excitement 'burst from the crowd. "I was a bit excited, shut I tMnk yon -will -with me that you would have acted the same as I did, for I know that those WHO defend their father and tlieir mother ...wiS live Mr. Monk1.reiterated-iis previous declarations that the many questions should foe submitted to the people. BLACK TO BE AUTUMN STYLE IS DICTUM FROM ST. LOUIS Fashion Forecast Via Missouri. City Declares Men Must Assume Part Mourning for Late King Edward. St. Louis, Mo., July must wear mourning next fall or content yourself with not being included in the smart set Advance and authen- tic information from London is to be stylish this fall one must wear black. Two styles are suggested for fall those of the rough Scotch goods, and patterns of -diagonal goods with white spots scattered about three-sixteenths of an inch apart Frock coats will be the whole thing this fall. They will differ from the ordinary cut-away, but the coats will be long, and in effect about the same as the old cutaway. LIBERALS Annual Meeting of the LETHBRIDGE CITY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION Will be held on TO-NIGHT In The CALEDONIAN HALL AT 8.30 T. M. Election of Officers. Arrangements will be visit of Sir "Wilfrid Laurier. ;