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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta W. P. Roy for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone ISO 4 4 n r Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING T Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE THELETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1909. INSURING AGAINST HARRIMAN'S DEATI Man Who Holds Much Stock Take Out a Policy for at 8 Pec Cent. Now York, July insuranc. policy for on the life of E.H Harriman lias been written by Lloyds London, for a New York broker whi has largo holdings of Harriman stocks His object is to protect holdings from any depreciation which he re gards as likely in the event of Mr rfarriman's death. Although tliis is the first policy of character on Mr. Harrijtuan's life vritten in this country by Lloyd's, t is said that a number of similar pol ci.-.s have been taken out recently by English investors. Tht rate was 7 ]-8 guineas per cent., quivalent to 8 per cent in American ating. MARTIAL LAW Barcelona, Spain, July u- eral strike was declared here todnv as a protest against the Spanish-Mor- occan war. The government n-plied by proclaiming a state'of v.-Ji'eh is equivalent to martial law. SECRET MARRIAGE OF SPANISH PRINCE Details Surrounding a Ro- mantic Marriage and Loss Of Royal Position Paris, July details sur- tho romantic marriage of Prince Alfonso of Bourbon-Orleans to Tincess Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg, vhioh cost him his position as a >rince of the royal house of Spain, and his curccr in the Spanish army, oday came into the possession of the Vssociuted Press. They revealed the prince, and when it becomes known in Kuropv it is likcJy to-cmito u great- er seusuilion. than .-did the- wedding and the princess' disgrace. Prince Alfonso and Prii.-ij first in 1900, oa (.he occas- ion of. King Alfonso's i.'igj. The prince, then only 20 years old, pro- posed marriage, but Beatrice refused him. In 1907, both the ouocn. and the queen, mother sought to induce Bea- trice to relent. The princess, how- ever, declared that she would hor religion, tout finally said she had not actually refused and had no objection to rearing her children as Catholics, the quoen-inother re- plied: "Then there is not the slightest dif- ficulty to the union." Later at La Granja, King Alfonso party in Spain, and because he holds u majority in parliament, forced the king to kick his own cousin out of the country and the army, to strip him of title and lionors for the crime of marrying a Protestant who is a niece of K ng Edward, and a first cousin of the emperors of Russia and Germany." The prince has again King Alfonso asking to be-allowed to go to the front. The Infanta Eulalie, the prince's mother, who is here, is almost pros- trated over the rum of her son's car- eer, as she knew that both the Spa- nish and the British royal families were in perfect sympathy with the marriage. formally asked the Jiand of Princess act that King Alfonso instead of re- Beatrice for his cousin., and gave his using his consent to the marriage, as j word of honor that there would not -as reported by Madrid despatches, 'be the slightest difficulty concerning ctually advised the prince to marry (the religious phase of the union. District News- er secretly, and personally interven- d by the telegraph with the Ham- The prince then proposed again and Was accepted. Milk River LIVERY Feed and Sale Stable In Connection Parties can be shown over the District at any time by careful drivers. First-class outfits provided. Satterlee Lock PROPRIETORS THE CANADIAN BANK urg ecclesiastical authorities before When he to he marriage took place, to procure a j Alfonso askod Premier Maura what spensation for it. thought of the marriage tho This story was obtained from the j Premier replied that the marriage of i an infanta of Spain to a Protestant OF HEAD OFFICE. TOROHTO ESTABLISHED 8. K. LAI2D, Genenl Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, PRICES Get our TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Cheques recently nmed by this Bank are a nost convenient j in which to cany money wfaec tnvdfing. Tbey are ismed in of and and exact aaxxmt payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Franco, Sermany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden -Jd Switzerland U stated OQ the of ead> cheque, while in other atey are payable at rstea. The efacqtxts and afl infm 11411 ifag, them may be obtained at ewrr offic. rf the Bank. Lethbridge Branch CG.K.Nourse, Manager .j could not take place on account of j government difficulties. King Alfon- jso was furious. Princess Beatrice, because of her friendship for Queen Victoria, said she would give up the prince, and King Alfonso summoned the prince to Spain and asked him what he intend- jod to do. The prince replied that he intended to marry the pr ncess re- gardless of consequences. King Alfonso warmly congratulat- ed the prince, saying that his reply was worthy of a Bourbon, and even if the constitution prevented him from giving- official consent, he, Al- fonso, of Bourbon, would do every- thing in his .power for the couple. Princess Beatrice then left Madrid and Prince Alfonso, upon tho advice of the king, went to see Pope Pius and askc-d for a dispensation for a mixed marriage. The Spanish gov- on Bf Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding J Metallic [Shingles before buying ehewhere J We" have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock MIKTUI1ING I COMPINr Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and 80MP4S STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell COALDALE Caoldalo. Jully Monday ev- ening last tho slumbers of our quiet little burg were aroused by a number of slightly intoxicated men, whose marked hiliarity frightened .several laxliw? their respective homes to another house, where ihey remained until the following morning. Is this the way to "keep" Coaldale? Mr. William Ernde is having his new house painted. Mr. 'McCullough, of North is the guest of Mr. D. Sinclair. Mr. Chas. Allen, of the C. P. R. land department, has contracted for sheaves of grain from the Paw- son ranch to use for advertising pur- poses. Some, of the grain shipped from here two years ago is novr on ex- hibiiion at the Seattle fair. Mr. Allen reports the crops in this district as being the farthest advanced of any he has seen. Mr. Joe Nillson, of Eaymond, spent Sunday at the Haley farm. Last week Mr. Geo. Heighes had a colt and two cows killed on the rail- way -track here. Th-e Newton steam outfits are break- ing and discing on the Van Winkle land oast of here. G. Langdon Thomas is at his home- stead north of Taber. Mr. F. G. Norton is in town look- ing over his farm lands. He will re- turn to_ his home in Seattle shortly. Mr. Alfred Haley is putting up his alfalfa. The field has been seeded one year and this is the first cutting and is turning off about 2 1-2 ton per acrcc. Mrst. Jones, from Idaho, is visit- ing her mother, Mrs. T. P. Brown. Don't Miss This Chance Of Making Money. Invest in a few nice level building lots on Westminster Koad and Fair Grounds, while we are selling them {or each and on easy payments. The City is building in that direction very rapidly. These lots are sure to double in value in a very short time. They are going fast. GALVIN HATFIELD Room 4, Imperial Bank Have yoii seen the New Model Oliver No. 5 Typewriter? It Establishes a New Standard in the Type- writer World It is as essential to a business organization as a right hand is to a ai versatile in its many functions. It Will Pay You to Investigate We are the local agents: Stephen (EL Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Rooml.....' Ott Block GRHSSY LHKB The Best New Town on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest line eminent meantime warned the Vati- can, and the dispensation neither was granted or actually refused. When the prince graduated from the military' academy at Toledo, July 12, he volunteered to go to the front in Morocco. King- Alfonso granted..the prince a three days' leave of absence and urgxxl him secretly to marry Prjn cess Beatrice, declaring- he would wire the Bishop of Hamburg to grant a d'spensation. Prince Alfonso arrived in Co-bourg July 15, and the civil marriage took ce that morning. At 3 o'clock in he afternoon the priest at Coburg I received a telegraphic dispensation from the bishop of Hamburg, and thon the Catholic ceremony was per- formed. It was not intended that the news of the marriage should be made public, but it was printed in Spain and the roya! decree of the de- gradation of the prince followed. The prince in concluding his story to his friend, said: "Maura, the head of the cler'cal BOWVILLE Bowville, July Peterson and Wald and party consisting of Branvoldt, Wald, Sylsby Mills and Hummer, returned today from the foothills. They all report a fine time. M. J. Oliver was in Lethbridge on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Williams and John Clark were Lethbridge visitors on Friday last. P. Braddley was in Lethbridge a few days last week. Mr. H. Schnyder had the misfor- tune to have his colt badly cut by the wire fence Saturday. A. T. Root been caring for H. G. Hitchcock's stock in his absence, while they visited at Granum. Mrs. G.Peterson and son PlerJe have just returned from Montana where they were on business. It was supposed that Hay Lake and vicinity had lost everything by hail, but crops are springing up and put- ting forth a rapid growth. And many think there will be a partial crop. Sim Stevens has moved up on his script upon the Tied Deer. S. A. Wy- man received a letter from showing he has mode the trip on sch- edule time. Haying is now the order of the day at Bowville. Mr.Parks of Optic was awarded the mail route from Optic to Bowville which starts the first of September. IM M m H M H M M M m 4 REPAIR WORK LEFT AT OUR SHOP IS ALWAYS PROMPTLY AT- TENDED TO PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION EVERY TIME IN ______________THIS DEPARTMENT______________ A. EASTON Next to A. Macdonald Co. Beside Haidware Some Things Grassy Lake Has A fine Assembly Hall which is So me Things Grassy Lake is Now Getting Town Property is advancing rapidly. selling as high as Two coal mines in operation j A first-class brick yard in operation A branch of the Union Bank An. up-to-date hotel j A practising physician L All kinds of business houses open for engagement C An elevator A new depot An electric light plant Some business lots are now Buy Lots in Grassy Lake and Double Your Money Business Lots from to Residential Lots from to For Particulars apply to J. R. PERRY, Jun. or Box 411, Lethbridge, Alberta WM. SALVAGE Grassy Lake, Albert! I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your nest bundle. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co, TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FARROW, Manager Pho 145 Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Merchants GASOLINE. LUBRICATING OILS. WELL CASING. MINE SUPPLIES. EXPLOSIVES. STEAM FITTINGS. BLACK AND GALVANIZED PFPE. BAR (RON AND STEEL. FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, CEMENT, LIME, HARDWOOD PLASTER, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER. Western Canada Agency Phone 172 Offices, Macdonald Block Ltd. i LETHBRIDGE SADDLERY CO. CQ fl WHEN YOU REQUIRE ANY. THING IN OUR LINE WE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU OUR GOODS AND QUOTE YOU PRICES. WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. NO DE- TAIL IS LACKING. WE GUARAN- TEE MATERIAL AND WORKMAN- SHIP. Hi