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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfce Lathbrtige DaUy HertM, Tuesday, June WE CAN MAKE YOU MONEY If you will examine the remaining lots unsold in only 20 left at from f 1GO to 1105. Terms cash, balance 3, 6, 9 and 12 months. NO INTEREST. Just one block south of Queen Victoria Park. See Asquith Undsey FIRE INSURANCE PHONE 1183 307 CRABB ST.-: MIXED FARMS BESSIE SMITHS Money to Loan on Farm Lands and City Property. MCGREGOR DICKSON BOX210t 4 BEGIN BLOCK PHONE 507 GOOD BUY IN FARM LAND HaK Section in T, H- 14- Three and a half mile? from ele- vator, near Grassy Lake. This will interest you. Come and see us. will give you full particulars. Price per acre. Imperial Development Co., Ltd. PHONE 1353 103 SHERLOCK BUILDING BOX 1858 W.J.Lloyd C. H. Devine F. C-Mock THE LAND PAYS FOR ITSELF We. have-several large tracts en bloc and also smaller pieces all for, sale on our" famous easy terms at a price as low or lower than elsewhere. Til AT A FARM ON OUR TERMS, well located as to etc., is much cheaper and better than a home- itead.' We have a plan that is better than a straight loan and delay. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH US. FARM SECURITY COMPANY Whitney Block Lethbridge GET A BOOST Alberta Agriculturalists Btntfitted fay High Pricci of Cattle, Hogs and Butter. Edmonton, June high prices iu cattle, hogs, and butter are the greatest possible boost to farming in this said Hon; Duncan Marshall, .Minister of Ag- riculture, to a Capital reporter this morning. Mr. Marshal has just returned from a trip through the country as far as Olds, and lie is very pleased with the way tiie through the pro- vince are going in for mixed fanning. "I don't think; there will be much chance for the cry" that the cattle in- dustry of this province Is being kill- ed by the elimination of the large said "Tlila spring there is a wonderful increase In the number of calves that the far- mers are raising.; Theu, also a great many of the' farmers -are going in for hog raising. Laec year you could buy both cattle and young hogs for a very low price. This year'it is al- most impossible to buy. them at all owing to the fact that the farmers are raising them themselves and so will not sell. "Just at present, 'WitJh hogs selling at per it Is pos- sible for farmers-to-feed their hogs on wheat selling at and still make a good profit; "And from present continued Mr.'Marshall, "I think that present ihigh 'prices wiir continue for quite a while yet. "The interest that thie farmers are' displaying 'in mixed th'rf best possible thing that could .happen, as it makes nhefarmer'inbre iiidepeu- dent. He does not have to depend' on the weather for a good crop of wheat, and in this'way the prosperity of the province is greatly increased." Corner-lot in. Riverview, water and sower, facing north and east, 50 feet frontage; 650; terms. Lot on Asbmead street; facing east, between Courtland and Lon- don1 half three and six mouths. The McClure Agency 120 ROUND ST. PHONE 9M. MEMORY RETURNS Strong Ascribed as Cause of Her Strange Condition Ottawa, June jump- ing to her feet from the '-arm chair in whic'h she was sitting yesterday after- noon, Bessie Smith, the young Scotch girl, whose memory left her on Sun- day, exclaimed, "Oh, I jmd one of the strangest cases that the Ottawa police have had to deal with for some time was at an end. Strong tea is the cause asserted.by Thomas Kenny, residing on Carling and; at whose 'home the girl is employed, for her coudi ion when found on Sapper's bridge late Sunday night. Her employer says that since coming from Glasgow to this city she has been drinking large Quantities of tea, a beverage which she very sel- dom had in the old country. The girl described the sensations she experienced on losing her mem- ory and on its subsequent recovery. She Raid -.the return of liar memory was like The sensation of a great weight lifted off -her head. She was able to accurately trace her move- ments from the time she left her em- ployer's house until she came to Sap- per's bridge. Prom then until Mon- day afternoon air was a blank. Implicit confidence had been placed in" the girl by Thomas Kenny, at "whose home fifoe'.was employed as a. maid, and When the girl did not re- turn'to his church at the usual 'hour Sunday night, Mr. Kenny became uneasy. After waiting up night, Mr. Kenny got in communica- tion with" Che police and was directed to the Ottawa Girls' Home, where he found the girl and-identified her. Suburban Acreage for Sub-division See our list of choice, close acreage. This will advance iu value. In Prices reasonable terras suit purchaser. and The Geo. M. Hatch Land Co. 316 Round St. MANY CITY PROPERTY FIRE INSURANCE THIS "AN ASSURED FACT" The following property, will be a spur track proposition in the near future. 5 and all other Improvements Ford Lots L4 to 19, Block 68'-Red path" St. eacb L S. RIPLEY CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOAN BROKERS TEL. 1034 OPEN EVENINGS OFFICE-MACOONALD ILK.' GOOD BUYS 6 lots, on Westminster Road. Will have water, sewer and light this year. each, easy terms. lots adjoining Victoria Addition on east, each, easy 10 terms. ALBERT E. IVES, tTAFFOHD iLOCK PHONE BUILDING A NUMBER OF NEW ELEVATORS. roomed house, risher street, terms: Road, near cor- ner facing south, 8 rooms, bath and furnace, gooc! basement, fenced, with g'ood walks, terms. House, 6 rooms, bath; pantry and hall, -wired, piped for furnace, on Coutts street, near London Road, terms. 160 acres improved near Leth- bridge, per acre. Vrooman Simons HOTEL Phone 399 X Calgary, June most aggres- sive 'building campaign .is now being inaugurated by the Alberta Pacific Elevator Company, of Calgary. They aim to'Jiave, when the follow- ing season. commences, -a line :capac- ity of bushels. This company, accoring .to Mr. A. A. Smith, -their: elevator -superinten- dent, is the first to commence build- ing elevators-in -the west this .year, and they have now in process of er- ection, elevators at Winnifred, Bow island, Seven Persons, Barn well, Pur- ple Springs, Olive, Tees, Halkirk, Cas- tor, all of which are Southern and Central Alberta towns. "Materials and' sites -have been sec- ured for elevators at' Lougheed, Har- disty, Provost, Brandt, Acme, Cluny and Bassano, and provisions for han- dling 'grain will also be provided at Crowfoot, Brooks. Carlstadt and lr- licana. The capacity of their Cal- gary elevator will, this year, be in- creased as it has "been dur- ing the past few months to ship grain unclean to destination, as the local plant was not in a position to ac- cept all o[ the work that was being offered. Opposition Has' Reached Point Public'Demonstration of a BUY FORT GEORGE LOTS We have-some lots in Fort George for sale below market price as owners'must have money. From up and on terms. See us today about these. ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. Rooms 1-4 in Johnson Block, Round St. FORT GEORGE LOTS MAKE MONEY FOR THE Phone 455 BUYERS. THIS IS YEAR 1913 SAYS HARVARD MAN. London, June opposition to the proposed change in the form of the. Coronation "oath has reached the form of a public demonstration. This was shown today, when persons members of the established church, asseavbled" at Albert Hall and organ- ized a "church organization, 'which will be identified with Evangelical sec- tion of the Church: of England in fu- ture. Lord Kinnaird, wno presided, de- nied that' there was the slightest de- sire to vex their Roman Catholic brethren, but, as he stated the mat- ter, those who were'taking the ques- tion in hand did not even dare to risk the possibility of seeing a priest- ridden Monarch ascend the throne of Great Britain. They were not, he added going to barter their, liberties to the demand of John Redmon and other of the Roman Catholic members of, the House of Commons, who chanced to repre- sent Ireland at this time.' As a res.uit of the meeting a tele- gram was sent to King George pro- testing that anjr attempt to alter the declaration would grievously hurt 'the feelings of the people and endanger the hard won liberties of the Empire of Great Britain. A resolution was also passed vehe- mently opposing a revision of the oath and-pledging "determined resist- ance to every attempt to tamper with this great constitutional safeguard." INSURANCE REAL ESTATE CITY AND FARM LOANS 1 1-2 lots 1 1-2 .lots, 'Gourt- JrtntV St.'-. 6 lots Duff Add. at FOR SALE 4 warehouse lots, with trackage, Ford 'Street, 'Block 61, two corner, two inside. Irrigated land, S.W. 1-4 29-8-19 W. of 4, at ?40 per acre. 5 lots on Redpath Street; BlGCKs 15 37. G. E. C. MARTIN, Central Property Co.; PHONE (Residence) 1072 215 SHERLOCK'BLDG. The I Macbeth ftpcy Sherlock Block J WE HAVE LAND in all parts of Southern Alberta and can offer the BUYER some splendid investments on easy terms. If you will sell your holdings list vrith We can sell ik if price and terms are right. Sec Us fw City Property, LMBS, iisiruce, IMs, Etc. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L UIBALL, Ijr. Siile 115 Sderitck BU. Pkue 41 WILL DEFEND HONOR OF PRESS. Gallery of Legislature Intend to Sue J. McEwing, M. P. P. Toronto, June Feeling that their iionor had been aspersed in one of his speeches, the members of the press gallery of -the legislature de- cided to sue Mr. J. McEvring, M.P.P. The speech in question was irtcido at Kergris, and the member was inot- ed as saying: "Members of the j-'ov- ernment are very kind to theh men of the press. Wines, cigars, and lit- tle suppers have their effect. That is the reason Press reports are so fav- orable to the government." committee was appointed by thc- gallery to retain the services cf coun- sel and take such action as may necessary to secure the vindication of newspaper men. The pruss galery maintain that statements credited f> ihe members are without foundation in fact and are injurious to the news- paper men personally and in their calling. Present Calendar Three Off Ac- cording to History of Rome. New York, June ing'to Professor David Lyon, curator of the Semitic museum at Harvard univer- sity, it is now the year 1913, and to write it 1910'is to assert a histroical untruth. Researches; he declared, have definitely established this, says a despatch from Boston to the Ameri- can. Professor Lyon declares King Herod died in <50 A. U. C., instead of in 753. according to prevalent belief, and in accepting the latter date as the begin- ning of the Christian era historians have erred. As Christ is known to have been Iwrn a year before Herod's death he was born in 749. "From recent said the professor, "we have positive proof that Herod's son. Archileus, was deposed in 759 of the era A. U. C. The re- cords showed that he nine years so that he must have ascended in 750. "Herod's other son, Antipast, was deposed in 792, and cones have been found which show that Antipast ruled for 42 years. He also must have as- cended his throne 750 years after the building of Rome. "We know that Herod at his death divided his kingdom between his two sons. Ancient historians placed Her- od's death at. 753, and this date has been accepted as the beginning of the Christian era, but it is now proved JUSTICE OF PEACE MUST NOW RESIGN. He Published in His Paper a tic Article on Mourning for King. HOUSE FOR SALE On lot 46 ft. 3 in. x" 125 ft. No. 112 Torrance Avenue, North Ward. This house is in first class condition, has water, sink, etc., and is wired for electric light. Has good sized well built veran-. dah, new last winter. An ex- cellent property for a man with'-small money. PER MONTH PAYMENTS with "a small cash payment, which can be arranged, with interest, at 8 per cent, will handle this place. The house is worth per month for rent alone. Price which is very reasonable, as comparison with other, properties in this vicinity will show, and the terms cannot be equalled in the Apply on premises for par- ticulars or to P.O. BOX 1997 Kdmonton Conservatives are prepar- isg for a provincial general election. Victoria, June resignation of the commission held by Mr. W. J. Clemen-t. editor of the Penticton Press as justice of the peace, has nsk- ed for by Hon. W. J. Bowser, attor- ney-general, a letter to that effect having been sent to Mr. Clement. In the Press of May 2S last. Mr. Clement made reference in nn edi- torial entitled "Mock Loyalty nn 1 Mock Mourning." to the death of the late King, and contemptuously referr- ed to the mourning of the British people. So indignant were the resi- dents of the district over this article that a band of self-constituted disci- plinarians visited the office of the Kress and demanded an apology of Mr. Clement. This he refused, and an attempt was made to duck him. Kesidents of Penticton coming to his assistance, he escaped and his assail- ants were fined in ihe'police court. After a perusal of his article, as well as the subsequent references in fche Press to the visit of the vigilantes the attorney-general wrote to Mr. Cle- ment, expressing his disapproval o'' the ideas expressed, and asked that We Have FARM LANDS From to per acre For particulars en- quire or write The L C Ludtke Land Company Bow Island ,Alta, A SUBURBAN HOME Is the dream of many. HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY To have the dream come true. Two acres, facing- Henderson Park, 13-4 miles from centre of city, on the line of the proposed street railway, high and dry and overlooking -the citj% together with large seven roomed house and large barn; an ideal home location combining all the advantages of city and -for S4500 cash handles. Our automobile will take you out in ten minutes and we would like you to see this. Orders taken for Loans, Fire'and Life Insurance. The Golden West Realty Co. D. King J. B. Wllkie Phone 623. Off Street. SNAP IN IRRIGATED LAND 160 acres of the best irrigated 3 miles from the city of Lethbridge. This adjoins sold for ?100 an acre just recently. Our price for quick sale, 180.00 per a'cre, on easy terms. Apply F. L WHITNEY COMPANY LEADING REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL BROKERS 7 OFFICE 414 ROUND PHONE 1013 TABER LANDS TAKE THE Are You Looking for Bargains! WE HAVE THEM Raw lands, improved lands. Lands for sale crop.payment NEW YORK-ALBERTA LAND CO., TABER, D. W. COULTEH, Mflr. ALBERTA 2 splendid lots in .Parkdnlo. each. Terms. Splendid corner acre in Ward, t-an he subdivided Into 12 lots. -SH75. cash, balance over o years. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. PHONE 536 'WESTMINSTER ROAD C. S. DONALDSON, Manager FARM LOANS FARM LOANS house, Argyle Are.- nob; Cottage, Argyle cash; House, Fisher street cash; Balance to suit purchasers. The ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Piione 10-15 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box LOANS FARM L-rtNS that the event occurred three years 1 the commission of justice of the peace previously." }be sent in. Xew York. June J. Sul- livan, a policeman in Jersey City, was electrocuted today as a result of a storm thai blew down and tangled the telegraph, telephone and electric light wires in that city. Sullivan was three quarters of a mile away from the tangled wires phoning in an al- arm. If you want to buy farm lands or city property, it is well worth yo.ur time to look over our large lists. We arc agents of Alberta for the Hupmobile and can make im- mediate delivery to any part of the province. THE BELL CASCADEN LAND CO. ROOM 3 MACDONALD BLOCK. GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALBERTA FOR THE HUPjMOBILE. SPECIAL FOK TODAY Alexander Add. Iddinglon Avc. west of Fairmont Add., Westminster Koad, i A full-line of WINDMILLS AND STATIONARY GASOLINE ENGINES from 1 1-2 to 8 horse manufactured by the Goold, Mnir Co. Send hi yonr orders for the PORTABLE CORRUGATED IRON GR AN .strong, durable and cheap. The Icthbridge-Weylnirn Realty Go. ltd Phone 1173 for RumWy Engines, Cockshutt and Frost A Wood Farm LANDS. LOANS AND INSURANCE ;