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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. THE LET ITKRTDflE 'DAILY" Invest Your Money in Lethbridge YOUTHFUL BARONESS DROWNED IN BARREL OF CHAMPAGNE AFTER WHOLE NIGHT SPENT IN ORGY SL PcLcrBhurg, June AT. cybaszeff, who lias succectlcd iMaxIm Gorky in popular favor, has been im- prisoned for his latest .book, Its glarlng'lnim'oralily being Loo much lot tlie local censor. All Ills books, of which "Snalw" IB tlife 'Jcsl Unowh outside llussin, arc rumarUabie -for sympathetic ireal'muul ofr'sln in every possible form and eoib ceptlon. No modern writer has rale-' ciL'i'lco io eiich ii poilcBtal' au hu. Tho pollco also credit of1 the iiotorfoiiB Suicide Lenguc, late- ly StarJet! iu ibis city and now boast1 ing branches throughoiiL the empire. Its. members are pledged never to commit suicide for mere .reasons ol love.''Jealousy, poverty or life-failure, but In do so for the sheer love of self- destruction and iho sensations It .Members meet once a month and draw' lots from a silver urn which contains one bhinlc, He or she draws the hlniik must commit Biiicidu within twenty-four hours. .Prizes arc given, for novel suggestions for eui- tilde, hut shooting Is lahoood 'as vul- ami poisons den. After an orglo one night the.youth- ful DiironcBB'ZakoniulBkiL was drown-, ed In a barrel of L-linmjmgnc. Hl.'iny men and women of fashion, belong t.u the league, which tho Pclerahurg jiolice have long tracked j in -valii. The mem hers Iteep I secrets so "well all attempts lo catcl them IIL a mUlMp have failed. A few members have 'iuil, hut the, dare not give any hint as lo mem hers or places where meetings nr held, suyiiig they arc bound to sllenc' by a terrible oath. When.the .Moscow .branch, was raid cd of 'the .prisoners '.a ken'-.proved -Llie-'sraar set o-l1'that'city. COMMITTEES TO ARRANGE SPOR GLARED AT BY MOROCCANS. Fez, Morocco, June Miiiai Hafld, accompanied iMiuiis- ler M. flegnaulL and a'strong escort, left for Rabat, today .whence lie prob- ably -will proceed. ltd France. he nciRSPtl through the deserted streets o the capital the Moroccans glared de- fiantly from their' windows. Gen ].jmitey, the French resident governor went to the gates of the city with tho Sultan. 00 To Loan on First Mortgage Do yon want some of it? The agent ql the coinpany that lias it will be in our oilice for a few days, cme in and see him. Lethbridge Balmoral Blk. Hail Lowest Rates Best Gbmpahy No Cash Required W yonr cropjf or- or per ac'i-fiT, tbe premium being charged pcv one hundred. of Insurance, based on classification, according- to the number of times your land .has been hailed Vhilc Bunder cultivation. THE, CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE COMPANY Which Company wo represent, handled more HAIL INSURANCE in 1911 than. all other companies .combined. Should your crop be plowed down because of weeds 'or drouth, before August 10th, any premium paid, will be refunded. If otes 'payable 'November 1st, 1912; will be accepted in payment. All Claims Adjusted Promptly For full particulars apply to R. V. Gibbons Co. Bui in oral Block, Lcthbridgc Agents: The Central Canada Insurance Co. Improved Farm 620 AcrcR, in mllea from l.cllibrldge, 1 mllo from Wilson Siding 1130 acres In barley. Price CJood terms. W. McD TAIT Rayttiond, Alta. RAYMOND'S DOMINION DAY GEL" BRATION SCHEME IS NOW OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED Uuyiuotulj June meeting: tho Opera House last night for t purpose -of "arnuigliitf for commllie to lu-yln work on 'the celebration July I, at Ruypioiid, was tjiilte an uslic one. U wns called at' instance of-Mayor BviiiiB, ami In H! lo his invllalion, a good 01- of the citizens tiirned 01 Mayor was moved to 'the elm I and C, W. Lamb appointed secretai liMasurcr. It was tho unanlmouB o -Inlon of the meeting that the low should hold a celebration on Dour ion Day, and that the general co mlttuo In charge ol the whole alia should have the .Mayor and Tow Council assisting them. There w alBO iippoliil-ed ;L Finance commitU composed of D. A. Dennett, L. King, and J. K. Gordon; a programs committee, composed George Nye, James II. Walker, Mrs, 0. I Snow, .Mrs. W. B. Nalder unjl Airs, r B. RoUson. Three committees appointed for athletic com mltteo, of which N. Skouson, V Reid and O. II. Snow arc members one en horse racing was; composed o C. Kinscy, W. J. .Meeks, Knight, T. 0- King, J. E. Ellison fl 0. Jl. Kinsey; am! a committee o snorts for children, marie up of J. G All-red, Andrew Watson, 1. Bliss Hob A. H. Scovill, James Turner, an A.. D. Kirkham. These committee are to meet on Saturday night, an arrange the programme for their se eral departments. HOUSE DESTROYED AT RAYMOND ORIGJN A A TOTAL LOSS AND NO INSURANCE ;.WAS.. CARRIED Raymond, June very dlsns Li-ous fire occurred lust'Thursday ey snlng about Leu o'clock, wlien the residence of Ben llornretty was Lurn 3d to Lhe grounrl, the "damage aus :alned Ijcing In Q U.500, being'a. total losV as'llie. place jarrJcrt no insurance ivlmtever. .Mi V. F. Porter was living in (he house L- tlis lime, having moveu iiiib ihe building a Tew days previous, with tn soon briugins; his, wife and family over from Ciirdslon, as hi is inLeresled in the new cement walks After cooking liis supper that even ing .Air. Porter left a small fire ilie sLoye, thinking :ihafc on his return from town, would bevwa About ten o'clock; Joseph' Bevins, who lives- jiist across the street Troin the ill-fated noticed a small blaze shoot OIK of Hie chimney. He at once sent In Lhe alarm, and soon a, large crowd of were on the scene The municipal fire appnrntus 'was the'spot, and everythin; possible was done to slay the progress of the flames. But it was a vain fight, the fire having laken too secure a grip on the building. The house of lumber, and went up like lin- j tier. FortunaLeJy there was scarcely J any wind blowing, for had there been it would be difficult to state just where the fire would have; ended. The Brewer ton. residence, located. J north of the fire was unscathed, although the heat wns at times ter- rible, Mr. Porter lost all his tools, .many 'of his clothes, bedding, in nil a-ni- ountttig to Slia.OO. 'Although the five was u very damaging One, there Is every reason to be-graefui that iL did j not. spread and Ignite other bulMtngs, carrying wholesale destruction in Its walre. t GORKY TO WHITE FOLK LIFE OPERA SI. Petersburg, .have j Gorky, who resides at Capri, Naples, I hag nndertnken to write the. libretto for an opera based on Russian follr life. The music will be written by a ivel hnown Russian baritone named Schnl- japln. who as a youth 'to the capital barefoot with Gorky in search of work. The two have been reunited after thirty years and are now busily en- gaged on 'their Joint Ciiprl., DUNVEGAN LINE MAY BE THE GREAT NORTHERN Swift Current, June la reported here ou what appears to he 'good luilhorily that, the railway being built from ISd- O nionton lo Dunvcgnn on tho Penr.o by J, D. McArlhur, Is tlic Great XoTihern enlci1- priso lo, connect Iho G. X. main line with the Penco river. A line ia and Is now being from a point, fn Montana through Swift Current lo Iho Edmonton cap Ilul. Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCJSSB lo Iho mnn who through the present inlo tlic future. acres for sulc. Will sell from 100 acres up. I'rJce per acre. Terms, 52.00 per acre nnd per nnhiim at ti per cpnt. We'fumlgli you with surveys -find Hold notes of ovorv 'quartet' section, given by Gore t .McGregor, Government land D. c.. .Our land IB personally seeded acreage, and our.prlco at Hie present'tlmo.'lfr'q.uite a. little below any other company., handling large bodies of land In that vicinity. The fact that wo have sold .some acres ;vl retail on government reports and government Burveyprfl soil notes, demonstrates tho demand for tbls land.- The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs Look! of land from 1 !o 6 miles Irom railway, running water oh tract. This i9 an elegant mixed farming proposition. Must be sold at once. ?9.00 per acre. Good terms. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, ALBERTA BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots'on Westminster Road, close to Adfims'Ta'rk; right at car terminus; Only, 100 oasli, balance per ehcli. North Lethbridge Realty .Co. PHONE 636 The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue S. LethbrlTgc, Alberta C. H. PHILLIPS Manager. ASKTHECPCIL FOR IMPROVEMENT EOPLE OF RAYMOND NOW WANT WATER..CONNEbTfONS; AND .CEMENT SIDEWALKS Raymond, June regular meeting of Raymond, Town Council ras -held 'in the Council Chamber on 'liursday, night. ---A petition .was igned. by 0. 1-J. Snow, the Security nvcslmem Co., Ltd.; .Gen." 11. -Bund, dwin S- Poulson, and B. II. Smith, as presented, praying LliaL conncc- 6n be granted with'the water 'mains n Second street West, south of First reet, and also that In consideration f the fart that at the present time ve consumers will be supplied from ne connection, and Inter three more, peti tioners asked the 'town to alee an allowance of ISO feel., equal five regular connections. it. was greed if the Vine was construct- I that each consumers', lap should e controlled by the -town separate om the balance taps on the me line, and the petitioners were UHng that their -water should be CHI f If any breach ol this agreemein as made. A plan of the. block foi lich the improvements were usked comp.nnied the petition. The Conn 1 decided that the matter..he rcferr to Superintendent Reid, of the ethbridge water system for his ad ce, believing tiiat some one expert- ced lu the work should advise be re. anything is done. A similar petition was als0 present, hy W. .A. BarrJitt, and this was sposed .of in the same manner as e first petition. Constable Harris asked regarding a biiroT S2.50 apalnBt'Mr. Kay Knlgh't for buying a horse, which riied with- in the town limits. Mr.' Knight wai out of town when the work was done, and could not be notified that the horse needed to be removed. The Council decld-ed that the account should, be received and the Secretary- Treasurer was Instructed to send It lo Mr. Knight. A petition was presented by the owners of laud on the cast side of Broadway, asking, that a glx-foot ce- ment side wfllK he laid from the sta- tion grounds to Ihe canal at the east Bide of Drnaclwny, BATTERY WILL CAMP AT CALGARY 2Bth nntiery bridge, will go into camp at Calgary, leaving Letbbridge by, special' t'rnln on Tuesday, June. IStli; and returning on Saturday, June That is tho latest order from the D. o. Cal- garj-, connterninnding his order'.' '01; Wednesday advising SewcII, Han., be tbo jilace.of f.-iiuing. Three thousand men will' camaa tit Celgai-y, and will b'e 'Lhe; largest military training camp ..ever held In Alberta. The cnuain ai Lethbridge .at nine o'clock, a special train of two passenger conches a baggngc coach, two Hat cars and six horse cars having been prom- ised by the C. P. R. Thc hattei'y will be joined here by Lhe Cardston Rang- ers. LONDON LOSES PIONEER BUSINESS MAN London. of Lou- don's pioncor business men, and pvoh- nhly Hie rlniRRlBt In Cnnadn, cllud here today In Ihc person of U, A. Mitchell, nfied RS. THE HAZELTON STATION Oltnwa, June on ihc! HfiZGllon station application was com- plcteil before Iho UMlwny Commldston ycBtcrdoy and decision reserved, NEW COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS Amhorstbiirg, June H. Terry of Amherstbiirg -lias been appointed to the position of collector of customs at this port, succeeding James Cous- ins resigned. Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. 'PHONE NOS. 1183, 1210, 1007. For Sale i. ]Sro. south, standing on two lots, cash, in. one: year, in two years, and the balance in'fiye years. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE SHERLOCK LETHBRIDQE LOANS 13th Street- PROPERTIES FOR SALE Lois facing east Fourth and Fifth avanuet, price halt four Bnd.ejgnt.months. Lots facing east, E, between Sixth and-Seventh ave- .-iHies, price balance four aa4 eight months. HcaMlshitc, Fli-e and Liie Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Authorized Capital 12H Parkdale Parkdale lot for easy terms. Can be sub- .divideu IJHU 12 buiidiiig iocs. _, The C. B. Bowman Agency nCADIA BLOCK. PHQNE 1JZJ. 1, FOR SALE I mile horn toAvn Excellent hpiise, running msLallocl, good bmul- 'ings, gvanaiy and b.iin Fiouls inC} foi 1 mile, i.nsniing abundant, at limos. Good shekel ioi stock 200 ac.ics.under culti- vnhon. Tills place Is for sale as a GOING Crop and Implements. Price per ncrc with Immediate entry. Ko.better In Ihe'country for mixed farming x .Further-particulars apply" to W. J BEATON MONARCH. ALBERTA Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range Nina miles eaet of Ellrllng; one and one-naif miles from ucw lion. 00 acres in-oEits, 2 miles. oC .fence. Goud dirt. :7 :-1- T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms L'nani Bargains For Quick Sale A nice six-roomed CoUnge. on Eighth avenue south, 'close lo Tlilrlecnth atroeL eoulh, on two lotn, Tor ?2500. Tcrma can bo arranged. Four-roomer! Cottage on lots, all tenccn1, close lo Bnllcy Street School, only One-third cash, balnncc four, eight nnd twelve months. Central Realty Co. Kennedy Block, St. N., Plionc 7 44 How's This? A Rooil, fo'ir-roomed house on lo( 2S x u-ell finlelicd, wllh water in anme anil'barn In rear: Can be linil now nt fl 100; f200 cash, bnlancn like rail. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock D. L. KIMBALL, Manager Alexander Addition .We have. a. number ..of fine, level Lots in this ad- -S225 to SSnO. each, all close lo writer and and some of ;tliem on We also have some cheap Lots froiu.-SlOp. which aro lo- cated on broken ground. Terms c.-in be aiTiinged on any of the above. HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhera Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7lh Street ;