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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE 6000 LOOK AT THESE HOUSES LETHBRI0GE COLORS-- BLACK GOLD COAL WHEAT Put Your Money In Lethbridge; You Can't Lose In The Long Run9' ALFALFA SUBWAY Property Best Buy in Lethbridge Lots IS to 22, both in- clusive, Block 67, at the 'south-entrance of Sub- way, at Part cash: balance on gage over period of 18 years at R. V. Gibbons Company Plibne 1191. Balmoral Block. A Decided Bargain! Good half section, aeres under cultivation, fair buildings, niiles from H.R. only ?ly.OO per acre. want'listings oE land the Raymond, Cardeton Pincher Creek .districts, from owners, only.: Weber Agency Alberta Block House on Lot and Half Eight rooms Cash Balance per month without BUSINESS AND RESJDENTIAL LOTS in.' the most desirable parts oC -the city can now be purchased at: VERY LOW PRICES anU on VERY EASY TERMS We h'avesalso first class Farm Lands, Irrigable and Non-irrigable, for sale at reasonable prices. Foi full particulars apply WILSON SKEITH C. P. R AGENTS, SHERLOCK ANGUS Real Estate Insurance Room 210 Sherlock want to acres of. rough land in B. C. en bloc. Timber and lots of water. Must be cheap as our client will pay all c'asa. O.'T. Lathrop, Manager Farm Land Department. in Farm Lands from Section to 5000, Acre and Larsen Phone 721 117-118 Sherlock Bldg. A. McCorvie Phone 0. Box 370. Phone FOR SALE Improved quarter section in Noble district, very cheap a iid exceptionally easy terms. H.MacBeth Agency SHERLOCK BUILDING STANDARD SECURITIES COM PA NY Sherlock Building OWNERS OF Morningside PAY RENT Wlien-you can cosy This Space for the best buys In Farm Inside and Residential and City Property. We e-f? spvr rooms, with anything and every- ern for AM kinds of Insurance wllY'tiandle it. and Loans negotiated. Asquith and Lindsay Royal Bank Building Investment Co., Limited. Phohe 1214 416 5th St. Moir Company Phone 1528 Room 8, Stafford Block. Transfers Agreements Legal Forms Check Books Listing Blanks Al the Herald Job Dept. "Herald Quality is a Herald of-Business" Cut this Ad out and File away for Reference, as we will run some Snaps TAKEN AT Buys a four room house, small barn, 12 I 40 hen Blouse, on two lots faoinjg south, on south Bide. This for a row days only. (200.00 CASH, BALANCE LOAN 320 acres raw land at H.5IT. per ------Oil Leases for The Huff Investment Co. Room 10, Alberta Block BuildYourown Home Lois blocks from 'Westminster School in North Lelhbridge iit and each Terms: each down balance per month. L S. Ripley Company Phone 1034 Office, Macdonald Block Quebec, June chance remark by a Salvation Army nurse from Winnipeg led to the identification last night of tlic body of Staff Captaic Emma Hayes, of'10-1 Anne St., Tor- onto, one of the best known Salva- tionists in-the Dominion. Since Sun- a search for her, and her identity was filially established with certain- ty, by the aid of a sear an op- eration. H is not surprising that the staff captain was not identified be- fore. While the skill of the undertakers day the bcxJy reposed in the temper-'have worked .wonders, the 'features ary morgue in shed No. 27, unrecog-j have undergone such changes in most nized by army officers who knew her j instances that it is only by Intimatety. Late yesterday after- j ing marks one can pick out their noon, however, a party of twelve j loved one. Mrs. James Kerwin, of 45 men gathered irom" British 70biiirnh.ia i Artillery St., Quebec, for instinci and other .western provinces, ami, was not; identified until late yestor- conducted- by Staff Captain White, of j day then chiefly hy a pair of jiccu- Vancouver, arrived to search out j liar ear-rings she was tvearin. wives and children. With them out was Nurse Strtjud, of Grace Hospital, Winnipeg, "1 have seen that woman some- exclaimed. the nurse, as she gazed upon the body. For some min- utes :she racked Jier memory and It suddenly dawned upon her that-the resemblance was that.of Staff Cap- tain Hayes. At the-same moment, James Malfor, "Regina, a, brother-in- The identification was made by her sis tcr, Miss Anne Sellers. Mrs. Ker- win's little daughter was .identified and buried earlier in the week. The husband and father is yet to be. found. law of the staff, captain, was making. WESTERNERS SEARCH It was a pitiful party that arrived from the west. It was composed oE T. H. Hoache, of Mc-rtluch, Sisk seeking his daughter, Airs. Hurt and They ha el .that a much larger recovered.. officials C. P. R. left last, night' foe. Montreal, where it is understood a conference is. to be held today with a view 'to, ascertain- ing what steps-can be the Empress of Ireland anil-release the bodies that, arei imprisoned in her. .The officials are'anxious that this should be done. One official de- clared yesterday that this is the up- permost thoughts in their minds. "We want to give all the lost proper he said. SIR" HENRY KERR BURIED The funeral took place yesterday afternoon of Sir Henry Soton Kerr, one of the victims of the Empress of Ireland disaster. It is stated that j Sir Henry left instructions with Lady Kerr that should he die on any of his frequent trips about the world, his body should be interred there and not conveyed to England. In consequence of this tlm inter- ment took place today at the Mount Herrnon Cemetery, follow ng a ser- vice in the Anglican Cathedral. Dosn Williams officiated. Harris Co. Real Estate and Steamship Agents. Begin' Block, Lethbridge. Lethbridge citizens voted in favor of a market. Let us send you particulars of our 10 Aero Irrigated Tracts, four miles.from city. .These will grow for. the market. 1 If you contemplate a trip to the Old Country, or send- ing for your friends, phone or write us and we will call up- on you and give you the best advice, regarding your (steam- ship ticket Scenes at the funeral of the late Mr. William Wainwright, Vice-Presi- dent of the Grand Trunk Railway, on May 18th. The upper picture shows group of prominent men at the funeral. In the foreground are Sen- ator Dandunind and Mr. AVergne. The large picture shows the casket being taken from the late Mr. "Vrain- tJJt's residence. Following the casket are Air. Wainwright's sons. Among those seen in the group a ,he casket are Hon. R. Lemioux, Mr. E. 'B. Greensliields. Mr. A. H: Sims, lenator Oasgraln, Hon. J. D. I-fazon, and others. DEATH OF A GREAT RAILROAD MAN The Deed to a House IB- a whole lot- better than a 'bunch of rent receipts." Here's a good proposition: A 'beautiful fully modern house, bungalow style, on nearly a -lot. and half, Central .-School, good work- manship tlvrqughbut. HOUSES TO RENT. Could not be built for that amount. MONEY TO LOAN; The Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Building Phone 544 to 1% on City Property': her family II. H. Braithwaitc, Es- l-cvan, Sask., looking for llis wife arid two boys J. W. Tetnplin, Kara loops, B. C., seeking his wife and sister; G..W. Turner, Kamloons, B. 0., seeking his wife arid sister J. II. .Whilclaw, George While and W. II., Griffin; of New Westminster, li. C., each searching for a and bahy girl; U. Davison, of Vancouver, looking for Mr. and Mrs. Cooper James Duffy, Vancouver, for hia wife; Harry for his wife and son Chas... Walton, Van- couver, for his wife, and William White, Vancouver, for Mrs. lolet Weir, Mrs. Graftoh, Mrs. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clarke and Thdmas It was not long before. Mrs. Janifts Duffy and Mrs. Charles Walton were: identified by their husbands, and L. II. ,Iloache has his grand-' daughter, aged nine years.' No identifications were made liy 'this: party. Considerably disappointment was expressed at the comparatively small number of bodies lying in the morgue.., For Sale Well built Shack for sale: PRICE Modern House close to 9th Avenue S. for sale: PRICE AJ.Blackburne P. O. Box 282 Acadia Block Phone 1084 Lethbridge For Rent- No. 1272 3rd Ave.-sl Eight rooms, fully modern, Will make repairs ,at per month. For Sale- One-Quarter section in Tp. 13, Range 18, West -illi M., acres, (18 acres broke, buildings, good wail. Price Terms, {1000 cash, balance to suit. COMPANY Macdonald Block Box 643 ;