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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -Mine 20. DAILY IIEKALD Page 3 You can get a Lot "-for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page ,-L-U-L-.-u-u-j-ii-n j-.-j-j-j-Lr--.-ii-irir..nrttu-_-UTn-_u- -1 1______'_____ tJ To Loan on First Mortgage Do you want some of it'! The agent of llic oompnny that bus it Avill b? a few clays, cmo in and see him. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE tinie. lowest rates-; best company No Cash Required -The Company we represent handled more Hail -Insurance in idll than all other Companies In Canada combined. For full apply; R.V. Gibbons Co., AOSNTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE CO. Good Buys 2 3 lots, 3rd Ave. South. SNAP 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 46 I 125, Reed St, Good terras Z lotl, Purkdale, well situated :.J420.00' Modern S roomed house, 5th Ave. "A" South and stable. Snap at 13166 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months or better. SEE THIS PROPERTY BEFORE BUYING, L S. Ripley Co. PHONE 1M4. ILOCK. Ten Acres for Sale5 Five acre, blocks, 215 and 216, .Morning- side, subdivided into 96 lots v One-quarter balance terms. WRITE BOX 22, HERALD For V> inside residential or subdivision property MITFORD COMPANY BARGAIN BARGAIN QUARTER SECTION 166 acres land, only four miles: front the City .of Lethbridge. .All and 5p acres in crop ,small house. ''Suitable to subdivide..into gardens.. Sacrifice Price; per acre '.'Jr....'; For terms apply to The Cascaderi Land Co. 1611. Offloi Micdon.ld Building. Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited PHONE 1214 SPLENDID BUILDING, LOTS Gross St., (oth Ave. A. X.) close to- Kindergarten School. Price cadi; One-third cash, balance 4 and 8 North Lethbridge Realty Co. SHOOTING CASE WASJDJOURNED COLEMAN IS WORKED UP OVE DASTARDLY SHOOTING OF A BABE Coleman, June t Hyper tho Polo who IK held under of being associated .with, others I shooting through the Decoster buili ing at Coleman on Sunday night las and dangerously wounding Henri coster's five-year-old daughter, brought before Magistrate Morrlso this morning and remanded for thre days. Drs. Ho so and Connoliey examines tho victim, of the affray this morning and little hope Is entertained for h recovery- Inflammation of the lung caused by, the portion of the bulle being imbedded there, has reducei tho tot's chances for life to. a mini mum. All the relatives of the child were at ita bedside today.' Henri Decoster gave the following version -of 'the affair this morning "We had retired for the night, my ivife and I sleeping in one room, and the three children, Slmbne, aged five Nelly, aged seven, and my step laughter, Bertha Vandiiren, aged Jn sleeping together in another room. Shortly after we had retired the children called out ihat three men were looking in at the window At first. I thought they were dreaming and I called out to them to go to sleep. Shortly afterwards -they call- ed, out again, and this time I jumped j out of bed and ran outside, when I saw three men running away. I gave chase and caught up with one, hit- ting him in the face and back as he ran, and I also aimed a rock at him which got him all right. I can't say that I could swear to his Identity, as I don't recollect ever seeing the man before, but by nig'1 height and the in- juries to his face, I think the police have got the right man." About 20 ininutes shooting be- gan, which it is feared will prove fatal to his baby daughter. Decoster is a Belgian, and It is stated that lie has a wiff. and family living In thai, country. The police are up the men who peered. through the window of the room in which the children were sleeping. The latest information is that-Ry- ,pen and his confederates made a-mis- take4 in the number of, The house where hoped -to tim. The home of the Decosters'and the home of the Colbars are side by side in a-terrace facing the railroad track. Decosters are Belgians, white their neighbors are Poles. Colbar de- clares that he has been in deadly fear Mr. Hadley be a Compromise Candidate Great Demonstration fo Missouri'Governor at Chicago Convent- ion Chicago, June .Morris description of the row made by th Roosevelt forces in Arizona late con ventioh caused much merriment in the national'convention, lie said tin Hoc a eve It "people at the end of tin convention- inarched out of the hall called a voice from the floor. "Yes, and we remained and passed every parliamentary move that was necessary." was Interrupted by Judge Morris laughter. "Al hat remained was parliamentary, prac Ice." He resumed amid laughter, Morris soon concluded, the next speaker being Thomas Devine of Col- orado, a member of the Taft forces and si H ted for chairman of the com- mittee on r credentials. Devine sat he sessions of' the Republican i iona! committee; as the representa- ive of Colorado. .He declared the ourteen members of the committee had "listened to'their master's voice1 tnd signed a' statement the contents if which they did not know, Mr. De- 'ine said Governor Hadley had told lim he expected to "say something lice about the national committee af- er it-seated his Missouri delegates." But it seems to have Veen one he Missouri gentleman's agree- he .said, "which he stands for when it is to his own interest." 'wave of hisses and hoots from the Roosevelt forces greeted this attack n Hadley. Uies Strong Language i Turning to the southern contest- The Compromlie for president: The Roosevelt people yelled themselves hoarse while man} of the so called delegates grabbed in the standard of that and march ed across aisle In front of the stage. California, Nebraska tnd Kan sas were noon, in line and hall became a bedlam of noise.. The flrsl great ovation was fairly under'way and they went to it. Governor Had- ley retired from his place on. the front of the stage .and stood beside Mr. Hoot and Mr. Watson, at the chair man's" table. He smiled broadly, Ok- lahoma and Pennsylvania fell line. Round the big ball came 1he procession a yelling, shrieking throng trying to sing and cheering Roosevelt and Hadley. It took three men to carry each of the heavy standards which had been especially weighted prevent such a demonstration. Some of the California delegates they went by the speakers' atand call- ed out "We want Teddy.1' A stalwart Kansas delegate stand- ard of that state attempted to tburat t upon the'platform, but was pulled back. Missouri delegates brought the standard with its big iron base up inj, 'ront of the speaker's stand and did ,he grizzly bear dance, pushed on by >ther.delegations. Some of the itates ound their standards' so securely fix bf his'life for some months from the man Rypen, no'w in custody, and he maintains that the shot which the demonstration began and looked put'-.-over tho- sea of waving hands. She turned and spoke to Con- gressman Longworth and he .rose also. Mrs. Longworth showed no ex-1 crtement over the demonstration. In :liana and New York kept their place directly in front -of the platform "What iibdui was the in slstent cry from a number of Illinois delegation, while others yelled "W want, Teddy." Mrs. Longworth was leaning over the rail .talking with f friend when the chant "We wan Teddy" began, sounding much like "We want She straighten ed up and 'waived friends aside to catch the sound and .turned ami smiled, W.-H, Coleman of the Pen- nsylvania delegation' dashed to the front of the stage and with a mega- phone shouted: "Hadley, the next president, three cheers." Coleman leaped up and down on the .platform, waved his arms and yelled for cheers for Hadley. He got the: cheers but the Sergeant at arms sot him and he was led off the stage. Soon after this incident a pretty girl in white in the gallery suddenly stood up and waved a lithograph of Colonel Ropse- ilt. She was at once the centre of attraction. She stood waiving the picture in one hand and a handker- chief in the other, smiling all, the i-hile. Finally she-dropped the pic- ture. But many of'the eyes that turned her way -lost, 'none o[ th-eir nterest when the Theodore Roose .'clt likeness disappeared. The gir herself was a treat. Thei: some one found the 'picture and re urncd it to her and the cheering that lad died away for the instant was The California "Teddy icar" standard and several state stan- dards were carried to her side. Re- porters made a rush to find out who sire was. It was .Mrs. W. A. Dnvi: of Chicago. Old timers said they 're- membered nothing like this since Win nie Murray of Iowa the famous "wo- man in white" stampeded the Demo- cratic contention in 1896. As a cli- max 1o tlve demonstration she had helped .Mrs. Davis was brought to the lloor by several dele- gates and an attempt was made to her lo the stage.. The sergeant at arms stopn-ed this but Mrs. Davis 'rom the press section led the cheer- ng still holding her precious picture ind trying lo jnnkc a speech. Sena- Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION HOCK. FHONE 1210. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS, FIRE INSURANCE R.EA1. ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDQE "An Old Eitabllthed Firm of Good Fire Insurance Money to Loan Can bo Acre lot, Parkdale, for easy terms, into 12 building lots. 60 feet on London Eoad, Block B, ?1500 cash. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery Firm Landi 0. T. LATHROP ttafford Block Firmi Loini Choicest Land in British Columbia CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS comes to the man who soes through the present Into the future. acres for sale. Will sell from 160 acres up. Price per acre. Terms, per acre cash, and per annum at G per cent. We furnish you with surveys and field notes, of every quarter section, given-, by Gore McGregor, Government' land surveyors, Victoria, B. C. Our land is personally selected acreage, and our price at-the present time is quite a little below any. other, company, handling large in that vicinity." The fact that' we some acres at government reports and government surveyors soil notes, demonstrates the demand :for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Boom 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs Notice To Homesteaders BY T. H. STAGG A Hoiheateader and let me know how .much-lumber-you'want. If we cnn get from feet to feet together, it will save us money.' Room 1-6, Johniori BlocJc, 323-fith St. S., upstairs. GOOD INVESTMENTS ,4 corner lots on 3rd Ave.- South, caigh, in 4, S and 1 2months. 2 lots on Gth Avenue 3 lots, 2 blocks from new post office site. each. Good terms. Half section three and one-half miles from townsite, on' burn line, only ?12i50 per acre; at least under market value. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE'10, ALIF.KTA BLOCK' An Exceptional Offer 'it roomed cottage on lath, St. South, only cash, balance to suit purchaser. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock 721 D. L. KIMBALL, Manager Root .occasionally pounded with gavel, on the table but serious effort to stop (he demonstra- tion for a long .while; The "demonstra- Jon had been in progress forty min- ites Mrs. Davis had disappeared frcm the floor when Root finally di- rected the officers to restore order. Improved Farm CSO Acres, 10'miles from Lcthbrldgc, L milo from Wilson Siding' 330 acres In barley. Price Good terms. W. McD TAIT Raymond, AM a. Exclusive Listing Six room fully modern house on 7th Avenue. easy terms. FOB QUICK SALE Two corner lots, Block 12S, facing sonth on London Road, J1450 pair.__ Easy terms. HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Muihern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street Pliant M4 ;