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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Hmld, Thursday, June FAIRMONT ARE YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE OF PROSPERITY? You hear upon all sides ofthe unprecedented prosperity of the country at the present time, Are you getting your share! The wage earner gets none of it even at greatly advanced wages (for the cost of living has gone up also) unless he makes some wise investment. There is no better proposition today than FAIRMONT. The best subdivision and the safest buy on the market. Lethbridge is bound to grow and grow rapidly and realestate values will grow with it, and prices of FAIRMONT lots will not always be as low as they are today. FAIRMONT is an investment that offers you absolute security and at the same time most alluring promise of rapidly multiplying profits. This is an opportunity which you cannot afford to miss. ACT NOW. W. froiti to per Lot Terms: One Quarter Cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 months LOWES COMPAN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BUD OFFICE, TORONTO UTABUSHZB 1MT ft. K. WILDER, FrstUMt AUBUMDtt LAIRD, Gtatral Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and Eoiliod COUNTRY BUSINESS Eve banking business. BANKING BY MAIL with equal facility. -to others for the transaction of thsir Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, Accounts may be opened by mail and monies deposited or withdrawn ia this 1H C. G. K.NOURSE, Manager, A. J. BURNSI3E, Manager C. H. ANDERSON, Manager A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager UNION Every Service A Bank Can Render to a Farmer, a Merchant, a Business Man, Finn or Corporation, a School Board or Municipality, tre are prepared to render you. Notes or other Negotiable Paper discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign Exchange bonjht and sold. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. Total Assets Oct. 3O. 190t Over M2.00O.OOO. Highest cnrrcat rate of Interest paid on Savings deposits. or upward starts an account. Main Office cor. Round t Rtdpsth I G. R. TINNING Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling Branch A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W.BalIHe, Manager. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS George Harding, 211 May Street, Hamilton, had his spine broken while oading steel beams. He may die. Captain Bernier, the Canadian ex- plorer, has been awarded a land grant of 960 acres in Baffin Land. The Regal Motor Co., of Windsor, has been exempted from taxes for ten years by a vote of 878 to 21. The English-speaking Roman Catho- ics of Ontario are to have a new col- lege at Chatham. A homing pigeon, belonging to J. Gill, Ottawa, turned up at its old home in Aurora, 111. after a five months ab sence. Jas. Lithgow, formerly Gov-Control ler in the Yukon, has been appointed Canadian Trade Commissioner at Glas gow. The oldest child of Mr. J. Pedlar Flesherton, was poisoned by swallow ing some morphine tablets left within its reach. The Farnham Town Council is going to spend in an electric plan for the town consumers. Dr. J; W. McCullough is now being mentioned as the probable successor of Dr. C. A. Hodgetts, secretary of the Ontario Provincial Board of Health, who leaves the service of the Province shortly.-to accept a position on tfie Conservation Commission on Public Health under the Dominion Govern- ment. The hair of Boyle, Willie W.hitla's has turned white in a year n prison. More than brickyard employees By the terms of a permit issued ome time ago by Secretary Garfield f President Roosevelt's Cabinet, the ity of San Francisco is insisting on he use of Hetch-Hetchy Valley water rom the Yosemite for its supply when :ake Eleanor fails. About 'little bullfrogs will be distributed in Pennsylvania from the Pleasant Mount Fish .Hatchery next month., It is the belief of naval officers that the_ floating dry dock Dewey, sunk at Manila, P. I., can be refloated and saved. A chicken with the head of a bat and feet like a frog was hatched upon the premises of W. H. Cross, of Cal vert, Pa. With the bi-partisan combination in After "he had moved the .grass on is own burial lot in preparation for lemorial Day at Battle Creek, Mich., William B. Parinlee, 75 years old, fell ead, rake in hand. General Sir John French visited lamilton and Stony Creek, and laid he corner stone of the battlefield monument at the latter place. A union of washerwomen has been ormed at U N. J., with a mem bership of 300. The officers announc ed that the standard of wages will be raised from to a day, and the hours of labor to be reduced from nine to eight. The Board'of Regents of -Victoria University, Toronto, Pro fessor JVC. Robertion, M. A., Iton o the faculty of Art in succession t to R. C. SERVICES. During the month of June the fol- lowing missions will be attended from St. Patrick's R.-C. church: By kev. Father K. June 5; Happy Land, Sask, June S; Maple Creek, Sask., June 10; Grassy Lake, Alta. and Ell's 'house, June 12; Goetz's House, June 14; Diamond City, Bosh's sdioolhouse, June 19; Bow Island June 26; Miller's house June 27. By Rev. Father A. June 19. By Rev. Father Riv er, June 26. Doctors removed from a young ma in London what is said to be the Iar0 est appendix ever removed from HAS EIGHT GRANDPARENTS Pennsylvania Youth Comes of Long lived Family, and Fairly Holds Record Lancaster, Pa., Mar Guy Christian Bear of Rohrerstown pos- sesses eight grandparents, and the yo.ungster, who has just completed his sixth month of life, challenges an> other to surpass his record. In ad 'ition to bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bear, he has two grand- mothers, two grandfathers, two great- grandmothers and two great-grand- fathers. All of them live within a radius of three miles of the Bear home struck in six yards kill beach, N. Y. full control, the Meade-Pbillips Direc Primary bill passed the New Yor State Senate. Monuments were dedicated at Spen cer, Mass., to B. J. Howe of sewin machine, fame, to W. W. Howe an Tyler Howe. Stanley Y. Beach, a New York dn- ventor, has constructed the first aero- plane in the world with a gyroscope attachment for stability. The Union Dime Savings Bank, New York, notifies its depositors of a re- duction in the interest rate from to three and one-half per cent. Alexander Combes, the noted feudist and member of a well-known Kentucky family, was shot and killed instantly from ambush while floating down the Kentucky River on a raft. along the Fiah- The C. P. R- will rebuild the bridge at Lachine. Profesor A. H. Reynar, wno afte many years of honorable service b come a professor emeritus. The Ontario Commission to repor upon matters affecting labor cond tions will be appointed next week. Thirty thousand fruit trees infested with pests were burned at Vancouver. Mr. C. V. Massey laid the corner stone of the new Methodist church at Owen Sound. Tho Canadian Northern has filed plans with the Railwa yCommission for its entrance to Ottawa. John Ballantine Company's ma- chinechine shop at Preston was dam- aged by fire, and a lot of valuable pat- terns were destroyed. The vessel-seached by the Nicara- guan" gunboat Venus is said to have been bearing the American flag with- out right. ADOPTED FOR CIGARETTES uriout Baby Story Heard in London Court London, May infant, not yet wo years of age, which had been adop- ed for a package of cigarettes, was he subject of a prosecution for neglect t Marylebone Police Court, and ng the proceedings the following -ex- raordinary document was produced: "This is to certify that I, Ann Hig- ins, gave my child over to Susan and ames Reynolrs. Henceforth he will ie known as George James Reynolds." The reside at Mai- den crescent, Kentish Town, were pro- secuted at the instance of the N. S. P. c. for neglecting the child. The child, it was stated, was handed over to the defendants in a public louse, the Reynolds expressing a wish to adopt it, as they had no children of their own. Higgins, in giving .up the child, presented the male defendant with a packet of cigarettes. Aa in- spector of N. S. P. C. C. discovered that the Reynolds were frequently drunk, and their house in a dirty con- dition, and that the child was neglect- ed. Twice they left it in bed, with a piece of cord passed around its body, and fastened to the bedstead to pre- vent it falling out, and on one occa- sion it had got under the clothes, and was in danger of being either strangl- ed or suffocated. The man was sentenced to two months' hard labor; and the woman to four months, the magistrate direct- ing that the chiJd be sent to the work- house. SUPREME COURT SITTING ADJOURNED." When Supreme Court sat ia former Chief Justice Sirton. who had to leave before any of the civil were heard, adjourned the titling ta- rn to-day. From political aid other reasons, Mr. Justice Beck, who was expected to be down here yesterday, was unable to do so. Yesterday morn- ing therefore. In presence of two or three lawyers, and after some QMS- to be followed, Supreme Court Clerk R. P. Wallace adjourned the court un- til yesterday- From political and other, it from day to day until three days" have passed, at the end of which if no judge shall be present, he will adjourn the court until the regular sittings next October. There are about three civil cases awaiting trial' and one criminal, the latter being the murder charge against Alex. Chohotar. REGISTRATION IN MANITOBA PUBLIC SCHOOL. Tiie report of Whfttla S. D. No. for the month of May, Is as follows: Number on roll, 42; aggregate atte> nance, 666; average attendance, 36; number of days school was open, 19; percentage of attendance, 93. Names are arranged in order of merit: Standard Rfebardavn, Walter Richardson. Standard Babcock, Blanche Olson, Anna Stevens, Ger- trude Sturm, Nellie OctlTle. Standard Fleming, Mab- el Lyons, Florence Nelson, Severtan Maney, May Shaw, Grace Maney, Ben Sturm; Ruth Richardson, Gladys Ol- Winnipeg, June was annouuc- George StachoasW. ed today that registration in Winni- Standard Lienhart, Or- peg and Brandon Lwill be June 15, 16, ville Lyons, Alice Lyons, Clyde Hanv and 17. Clerks will sit June 18 to -.ear blin> StachossW, Edward Sturm, objections anu the Court of Revision Walter Hamblin, Yoeman Gib-ay, Har- will sit June 28th. vey Gilray, Ina Shaw. youngest grandmother 49. In a London cable to toe New York American W.T. Stead says: I am not a courtier, and am so far from being a persona grata with the new King the last. time that he ex- pressed an opinion about me and my activities it was with the bluntness of the sailor man, and with expletives which are more familiar on the quarter deck than in the palaces of kings. I have, therefore, no personal reason to defend the King against those who speak ill of him, but in the interests of truth and of justice it is necessary to characterize as they deserve the abominable libels which are being fre- quently repeated from mouth to mouth by the King's own subjects. It is pre ignorance, no doubt, which may or may not have had some origin in fact in the remote past the story now current that the new King is a confirmed drunkard is neither more nor less than an infernal lie: So far from the King being a drunk- ard, he is nearer a teetotaler than any King who has ascended the English throne. For years past know on first-hand authority, from those who lived in his house, dined at his table and traveled with him at home and abroad, he has been one of the most abstemious of men. "My he would say, "and all the men of the older generation could for it. As for me, I simply cannot. If I were to take a glass of champagne, it would simply bowl me over, hence I have to stick to my ginger be- cause I like it, but because it is the only thing that likes me. The simple truth of the matter is that the King's digestion is very bad A very little thing .upsets it, and when he suffers from indigestion his lips be come livid, his nose reddens and his hands grow cold. These symptoms which are very familiar in certain forms of indigestion, have led unthink ing persons to imagine that the King was suffering from intoxication, when in reality he liau never touched either BLAME THE FATHER Moose Jaw, June A coroners' ury sitting at Brownlee last night returned a verdict to the effect that Russell Lloyd Smith was strangled Sunday evening by his father, Moses Smith. He will be taken to Reg'ma jail Freeman, Harold Maner, Percy Page, Adam StachossU, Edward Llenhart. 'Junior Page. May LJenhart, Eva Anna Stachos-ski, John Stachosski, Rosella Stunn, Hazel Sturm, Roscoe Shuliz, Willie LLECT COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT you cannot find a lot to suK you' In list below we have plenty of others that we would to pleased to show you. BUILDING body, in length. It measures 7 1-2 inches The Government is sending the steamer Stanley with a surveying par- ty to Hudson's Bay. The Mherta Baifray and Irrigation Cfl Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track 1 take their wine and never be the worse wine or spirits. KING RAIDED MELON PATCH Co. Story Told of George's Visit as Prince to Bermuda. As a naval officer the new king visited many of the smaller colonial possessions of Great Britain. He was well known on the North American and West Indies stations, the islands of which he visited as a midshipman with his brother, the D.uke of Clarence and later, when he was in command of the gunboat Thrush. One story in connection with his midshipman days is often told of him in Bermuda, He and his brother row- ed to a small island in St, George's har- bor one afternoon and were in the act of raiding a melon patch when driven away by a big negro farmer, who hus- tled them into their boat -without much ceremony. When the farmer'discover- ed that the youthful raiders were mem bera of the royal family, he was much frightened, and came to his employer great distress, but he was assured that he was within the law, and that the princes would be glad to keep ths affair quiet. And in fact they did. While Prince George was in Ber. as commander of the Thrush the second battalion of the Grenadier Guards was sent into exile there for having mutinied in London. The pres- ence of household troops and 'the traordinary event, and, as a conse- quence, many Americans wealth flocked to the island. The result was a good time for the prince, and the engagement of several American girls to officers of the regiment. TOOK WRONG BABIES !N CROWD Ul OWN LEG Two Mothers at Bargain Sale Put in Anxious Minutes Owosso, Mich., May first [real bargain sale held in this i where a real bargain was sulted disastrously. Three hundred women, attracted by the anno.unce- Surgeons Replace Nasal Organ, Cut off jment of a low piice on a kitchen arti- in Fight, by Skin from Man's Limb jclc, gathered in front of the store and when tbe doors were opened began a Indianapolis, Ind., May I grand rush. Bond, whose nose was sliced off in a I So great the crush that three fight a. month ago, appeared in the women fninted and narrowly police court wearing a very serviceable escaped being trampled on. When nose that had been cut from his leg! Mrs. Joseph Smith, who lives west of and spliced on in place of the missing the city, and Sirs. Harvy Brownell DUFF ADDITION Block 22, faces Cutbill Block 23, faces Block 20, faces Burdett SU...................-1625 Block 24, Lots Block 25, Lots 23-24 member. I of South Owosso, escaped from the Bond has been in the city hospital opposite since the fight, and the surgeons ar-jwere horrified to find that each had a ranged the substitute by grafting skin strange baby. It required several anx- from Bond's legs. ious minutes to get the women to- The result of their work is satisfac- jgether and effect, th? proper exchange, j One aged, motherly woman, after tory to Hond, and according to saw htm he now has a handsome nose. TELEPHONES OUT OF BUSINESS Brandon, June big section of the telephone system in the west end of the city was completely cut this forenoon when a steam digging ma- chine making a trench for a gas maia on Thirteenth avenue cut through the telphons c-ompany's underground tube prince in this little colony was an ex-1 containing two hundred lines. battling for some time, emerged tri- umphantly waving one of the utensils in one hand and in the other what she thought was her handkerchief. Close investigation proved ihat the supposed handkerchief was a lock of peroxide blonde hair, of the regulation "store Vancouver City Council is in favor of a Board of Control. BRUCE STREET LotsSandlO each CUTB1LL STREET Block 6, Lots 92-96 inclusive each Block 6, Lots 99-100 each LONDON AND ERNEST Block -1675 GLYN STREET South of Court land. 34x125 REID STREET Lot 1-2 x ERNEST STREET Two level lots each WESTMJNSTER Block 26, Lots 32-33----..........----... each Two splendid lots near Arjryle COUTTS Several good Jots close in In addition to the above we have the beat lots In Blocks 126, 127, 128, etc. What do you know about these for factory sites. See the spur track running alongside of tiess. 400 feet Iddington Ave. North Lethbridge, lots 7 to 17 inclusive. We can sell these at a special price of Easy terms. Our car will take you over these, at your request, TtKDowsley-McMillanLandCo. Stft 205, Skritck Ctf. Oft Sto. PHONE W4 Z bt C O W J -I o o III WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENT! ;