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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDOC DAILY HERALD Juncy 10, 191't. MEDICINE HAT If vou are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc.. of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager STOKES, RICH NEW YORKER, SHOT IN ROOM OF ACTRESS and Two Girls Use Revolvers j "The letters were of no importance" Asks Return Of said, "but Mr. Stokes had heard that Miss Conrad was isi possession of them aud he called tonight to de- mand them. Notwithstanding she toM I (him she did not have them, he turn- ed on me and grabbed me by the i New York, June 9 E. D. Stokes and started to choke me." wealthy owner of the Hotel An-1 The revolver in Stokes' hand was jsonia. on Upper Broadway, was shot j accounted for by his attorney with I three times tonight in an apartment explanation that he had taken it [occupied by two young women in the Graham woman, i West Thirtieth street. It is charged, The Japanese who, according to the police say it is admitted by ithe attorney, intervened were held as :the accused, that Kthel Conrad, I witnesses, while a charge of felonious artist. 19 years old. and Lillian Gra- assault was lodged against the two A Limited Number of Choice Building Lots at Each. TERMS TO SUIT l Located south east of Victoria Park, the City's Exclusive Residential District, and in the direct line of the City's growth. The investor in this property will undoubtedly reap a. handsome profit within a reasonable time. Call and ob- tain particulars. REAL ESTATE, LOANS _______ INSURANCE COR. STH ST. 8. and 4TH AVE. S. OPEN EVENINGS. H.J.H. SKEim AND PHONE 1313. ham, a vaudeville artist, years old, girls. At Roosevelt hospital it was said late tonight that Mr. Stokes' wounds WILL IT BE YOUK TUKX NEXT! Total loss in Canada for 1910, with 256 lives. For fire insurance, R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott Block We are offering a 12SO farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; fence; water at 16 feet: one mile to coai mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- lition. Price and terras are right. THE 0. W. KERR CO. 0. T. LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER j Lots on Sewer at These Prices are Worth i 2S-3Q, Block 21 Duff. each. Terms 52-53, Block 21 Duff, each. Terms. 73-74, Block 24 Duff, each. Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE......- Quarter section irrigated, all in crop per acre Close in. "Easy terms." All Kinds of Insurance Phone 623. Sixth St. oPp Bank of Montreal. ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate and Financial Brokers Office 307 6th Street Phone 11 S3 j both had a hand ia the i Mr. Stokes was found lying at the jtop of the fourth' story landing near serj but Mt dangerou8. ;the door of the room of the young j Mr gtokeg( who .g 55 vears old> is 1 women, when a policeman was called. f of reaf es_ ;He was -bleeding in the rigHt thigh Xew York He .g ft horseman> jand leg and calf of the left leg. He QWns fine ,breedin? farm at clutched a revolver in one hand. iLexinston. Kv. On F-bruarv 11, last. The wounded man was removed to wag married to Mjss Helefl Ehvood a hospital, aud both girls were arrest- ;of Deaver> Col_ They turned over to the police a led. Girl Growf Hysterical Miss Graham has lately appeared Stratford, June rain- istccrs cheered a rector of the Church of England when he declared to the London Conference his belief that, within his lifetime, all Protestant de- nominations, including the Baptists and the Anglicans, would be united in one great Church. j .The Rev. J. W. Hod'gins, President of the Stratford Ministerial Associa- tion, was the speaker. He was ac- companied by Rev. L. W. I-Iughsun, i pastor-of the Baptist church, in ex- itold by the attorney adds, one of j Late tonight-Mr. Stokes was placed j creetinss to the Conference. j revolver and shells of three discharg- ied cartridges. Asks for Letteri vaudeville, while Miss Conrad has According to Mr. Stokes' story, as jbeen drawing pictures and writing ar- iijtoid through his attorney, he had j tides for a fashion magazine. At the jijgone to the young women's room to j police station Miss Conrad became i run down a report that they had some {hysterical when it occurred to her j letters he had written, and to his sur- jthat her .brother from her home In _ prise they demanded for the Orleans was expected here to- return of the letters. "The Graham night, and she wailed "What will he woman had a the allegation 'say to She was compelled to read, "and made threats to kill him "J fire in self-defence, she told the po- Three shots were fired, the story matron tonight. CLERGYMAN SEES CHURCH UNION COMING The Prairie Agencies Limited. Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street Near Bay OFFICE EQUIPMENT and FILING DEVICES in steel and wood TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and OFFICE O 1 A Jj I i ji. PHONE 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of town pointt. All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call again. j which' went wild, and although wound- an operating table. Several X-ray edr he grappled with the Graham wo- .photographs were made and surgeons man. She shouted. "Ethel, you for tlie The patient your grim and kill -Miss Con- j weakened and it was decided to dis- rad fired, the bullet taking effect in j continue the probing until tomorrow. jthe calf of the man's when the process will be resumed if blood j Stokes held the Graham woman in jMr_ Stokes' condition permits. I front of him as a shield, so that her j Tile only danger js from roommate dared not fire again, hut !p0ison 'she -shouted whereupon three Japanese servants from another apartment rushed in and jumped up- Stokes. i Tried to Choke Her jing in Xew York tonight, from i According to the Graham woman's I Seattle and for a. nujuber :of years story, told at the police station, she I resided here Mrs. J. i had lived at the Acsonia for. five Singleton. wife of John Singleton. I years, and during a recent year she one of the owners of .the Yellow Aster ;had spent abroad had corresponded j mine, at Pal.''" Miss Gra- Thu Anglican rector hammered the Papal "ne temcre" decree, and de- clared it that Popes. Arch bishops, Moderators of Synods and Presidents of Conferences all learned the sacredness of the marriage cere- mony under the British flag." Can- ada was menaced by the "easiness of the marriage ceremony." Ten minutes ami dollars turned the trick, moral. Graham Seattle Girl Los Angeles, June Gra-j with no thought of social, ham, the actress named in the shoot- physical, or financial fitness. the Iwith Siokes. iham went from here "-to -New York. FORMER ONTARIO MAN HONORED IN SPOKANE fiBARRISTER- MISS10NARY TO INDIANS Gait, June Mr.. Wm. Kendall, a wealthy laud-owner and until L. Hindley, who has. just been ap-j lv a prominent barrister of London, i secretary of the State Indus- 1 _ trial Insurance commission of Wash-j England, whom the Hamilton Con- 1 administer ty workmea.s ference in session here have accepted corapensatioH act, effective June S, Proceeding, the Anglican rector said the strength of Roman Catholi- cism was in its unity.. There Protest- antism was.backing. He was heartily in favor of..-the Church union project. "Our said he, "are large ly non-essentials, prejudices arising from the inherited intolerance of our forefathers." While the Church of England had not been invited, to par- ticipate in the Church union move- ment, he thought all would yet 'be united in one Church. "I am looking for that, even in my he added. Studebaker Vehicles Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value We carrv a full line of Studebaker wacr- .j o cms. drays, delivery Avagons (all heavy teaming wagons, dump wagons, con- tractors'' carts, etc. Also a complete line of high class Studebaker carriages ancLbtiggies. Ask someone Avho knows what'Stude- baker means. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Ltd. 1st. One block west of Westminster Rd, Spokane. Wash., The United Commercial Travellers are holding their convention at Far- j June North Dakota' BELIEVE THERE HAS nng a number of "..stout mattresses BEEN A WRECK atloat off fishing grounds. Although _____ other wreckage hae been sighted, St. John, June 9.-Fishermcn 'they a j .vessel has been wrecked In: the neigh- jfrom the southwest coast report find-' borhoocL The government is 'gating. into full connection, enters the Meth- is a native of the Of Ou- LOOK THESE UP A fully modern 7 room house on "Westminster Road, only will handle this deal Don't miss it. 160 acres cf first. class land, 7 miles town, all in crop. Only per acre. will swing tcis deal, balance crop pay- ment. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY odist ministry under exceptionally in-j tari0j born at st Thomas in 1870. teresting circumstances, and the f IIis brotherj Wiiliam J. Hindley, for- siorv of his conversion and inception merly a minister of the Congrega- into missionary work has caused an j tional churchj is mayor of Spokane unusual amount of comment among the delegates to Conference. During a visit to Canada a few years ago Mr. Kendall became'strong ly impressed with the Indians and their need for enlightenment. So keen ly did he feel the urgency of the matter that, returning a year later, tinder the new commission form of government. Mr. Hindley came to Spokane; 14 months ago. as special and'political writer for the Spokesman-Review, from Rutland. he was managing editor of the Herald. He also was associated with other pap- Money to Loan on Improved Farms Snaps- W. M. Harris 2 lots London Boacl. each, terms 8 lots on water, DuS Addition, each, cash Room 1 Dominion Block Fire Insurance Phone 1367 JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GARDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACKE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts, and we guarantee them PERFECT. We are the fii-st buyers of irri- gated land to sub-divide and our prices are cheaper than others of like quality and location. We make terms to suit, if you intend to improve the property. We also own a nice 1-2 acre with cottage and chicken sheds located in the city limits, cheap and on any terms. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge gave up a lucrative law practice, ers iu the statc Of-Vermont, prior to f- f f rir-otr'o Trm f'ntirf snrt -urit.h it- a at Gray's Inn Court, and with it a j %yhich he was u years in the railway social and political connection in service as Uain His wife, Yorkshire that promised a bright j who WflS Mary E. Caldwell, public career, to cast his lot with the Six Nations Indians at Brant- I ford and became their spiritual in- is a- native of Vermont-; horn in St. Alhans. They have three children. His newspaper work in Spokane and striictor. He married an Iroquois at during the 1911 .season-of woman, who had been previously mar- Ie2islature him in close ried to an Indian, who a year later j touch the state admgistration deserted her. She had one daughter; and he WQn tfac appoiRtirjent as scc- i to whom the stepfather is now giving j retary the ConimissjOn without op- a generous education at Westminster j posltjon- being recominended by Gov- College, Toronto. Mr. Kendall him- Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING self has had a wide education, having travelled extensively in Europe, and attended some of the leading- univer- sities 01 the continent, including Brus scls University and the, Lycee Con- dorcet at Paris. Among his land holdings is Sinnington Hall, an es- 1 tatc worth over Shortly after their marriage the forn-er bar- rister and his Indfan wife visited Mr. Kendall's home in England, and he states that his people were well pleased with his hride. Mrs. Ken- dall was once a'Roman Catholic, hut ernor Hay and scores of prominent men throughout the state. G. T. P. COMES TO TERMS WITH PRINCE RUPERT Prince Rupert, June a roeet- ing between the city council and Pre- sident Hays, General Manager Cham- berlain, Solicitor D'Arcy Tate and other G. T. P. officials today, an' agreement was reached by which the company is to pay'- a year taxes for ten yean on their lands here, give the city 100 feetypf water frontage, a number of city sections for since her second marriage had be- parks, etc., and sixty': acres for a cem- come an ardent and assists jetry site. The company agreed ,to her husband by preaching in the Mo-j start work at once on a dry dock to hawk tongue. She also has some mu-lcost and station, round- sical ability. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall 'houses, etc., to cost and to spend different, periods of the year in J make this city the definite Pacific Toronto, where they have lately terminal of the G. T. P. An hotel to, bought a home at 10 O'Hara avenue, icost is to be started as soon an the site is selected. BEST BUY IN LETHBRIDGE ECU SALE FOE TEN DAYS fully modern six on Court-land Street, between Westminster and Ernest Sis. Price Easy terms. Apply to E, T. MCGREGOR Room 6, Post Office Blk. or 1312 Courtlaud St. Landseekers, attention! Tract of 3 sections of choice steam plow land, within 2 miles of the Lethbridge-Weyb.urn line, only per acre; fair cash pay- ment; bal. easy terms., 5 per cent. 2 lots on water; for the pair.; 150 cash; bal. 3-G-9-12-18 mos. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771, MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands W. R. Dobbin 7th St. Sontb Phone 363