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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The Ldlibridge Dally Herald, Saturday, March All Lethbridge REAL ESTATE DURING THE YEHR 191O Will advance from 50 to 100 per cent ,The following are a few REAL MONEY MAKERS to suit all pockets Business Lots in North Lethbridge, in rear of Union Bank, ea'ch, a limited number only Five (5) Lots, Ford Street, corner, in wholesale district, Terms Three (3) Lots, corner Round arid Bompas Streets, Terms. The closest in apartment house site in the city inot in Fire Limit Four (4) Lots and Glyn Streets, Terms Several residential sites, close in, with water and sewer These are ALL Gilt Edge Investments and will make good returns I 0 Last year we made LOANS amount ng to over and have still unlimited Gompany and Private Funds to loan on Improved Business and Modern Residence Property in the city, and Improved Farm Lands in the District. Low charges and prompt returns j FIRF INSIIRANfF Our FIRE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT has been known to the Lethbridge public for the rllVEi '.11 vEi last 20 years. We make this part of our business a specialty, and can protect you in 12 of the best and strongest Companies. Are You Properly Insured We see that you are. Policies written and delivered at orice. No Delays. THE AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1891 ALL DOWN THE YEARS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY Have been the Leading Ligat of Canada. Progressive activity ana the best materials have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy Matches at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada TO BREAK LABOR FEDERATION National Labor Alliance Organize! By Poli- ticians TRI-WEEEY TRAINS TO CARMANGAY 13.45. Noble 14.25. Kipp 15.10. But as I Uie present train is a way freight as well its 'returning time and arrival in Lethbridge is apt to be late if Washington, March Nation- al Labor Alliance, organized in a se- cret meeting, here last night will op- pose the influence of the American Federation of Labor in national and] congressional elections. The meeting was attended by sev- i-i'iil members oi congress who have been opposed by the American Fed- eration ot Labor and by members oi ihe Knights of Labor and others. The plans of the new organization include the raising oi a fund 10 be subscribed by i t-rs who have American Federation of Labor ami by Then's SoiettiBg Wrong, Dr.yorse's Indian Root Pills Will Right It, When. it seems is if you simply, could not bear up any longer it is high time to look for the cause of the trouble the remedy. In an astonishingly large number of cases the real cause of woman's misery is found to be cons- jSAGHALIEN, THE ISLAND PRISON Subject of Art dress By Mrs. Rob- inson NEWS NOTES The question as to -whether Canada Mrs. A. T. Robinson.concluded her 1 series of lectures here last night when (she "-ave her popular address on. Rus- jsia and its Island Prison, Saghalien. The lecturer -introduced her subject tipation, and the by a comparison of the Czar of Rus- remedy that always j -fchc of Japan in the curcsis Dr. Morse's method they used in granting respon- sible government to their-'people. This led to an outline of the political trou Indian Root Pills. -'Neglect of the3 daily movement of the poisons the whole sysrem from the impurities retained in the body. bowels, so necessary to health, soon blcs of Tiussia and the reason for so The .plant, which was installed at an j outlay of about is one of the FROM THE PASS the country and -affords the Belevue Company mine equipment for an immense output. The Society of Bellevue many political prisoners. The pris- ons on the island ot Saghalien should or should 'not a navy of her own was settled for 'parliament Tuesday evening and the house .may now go ahead with the program to adjourn'at Easter without further dis- cussion of the -subject. The question was settled by die Coleman debating society at its regular meeting. Mr. Cameron and Mr. Cleg argued the affirmative and Messrs Larg and Will- iams the negative or Conservative side. The gentlemen who advocated a Canadian navy claim that they had all -the argument but that the judges arbitrarily decided the case against :hem. At all events, the Conserva- tives, won aiid as the bill was a gov- ernment measure an election may be Held a Ibox social Monday evening and notwithstanding jhat the weather was extremely bad, the affair was an im- mense success. Prizes for the finest boxes and most original in design were offered -and tlie fact had the effect of producing some marvellous creations wJiich sold at auction at fab- ulous prices, greatly to the advantage of .the building fund, for the -benefit of which the social was given. The district officials of the U. M. W. of A. are In Frank today in connection with the new agreement under ne- gotiation between the union and the Canadian Coal Consolidated Co. j there is'much shunting to do along; "can i the line. The business is increasing'Con-rcssmen- who have had to This week the tri-weekly service on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, commences on the Carmangay ibranch Going north, the train leaves Left- bridge at S.OO in the morning, Kipp j every week along this line, and it will not be long till even a better service is needed. by manufacturers and r-th-j retained in the body, ons on the island ot Saghalien off re been Jin conflict with thel Headaches, indigestion, biliousness and j the east coast of Siberia-are consider i- lassitude follow, and often more serious female disorders are brought aggravated. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for their political existence because of on 01 The body of T. .1. Wenulcr of the! 8.35. Noble 9.20, Barons 10.00. Car-! a 1 ed States hundred lect irom the whan where- mangay 10.45; and returning is Vessd GoWJe their attitude on problems proposed the organized labor leaders. i national headquarters of the movement is to be opened in Wash- ington and the work of organization is to be spread throughout th to leave Carmangay at 13.30. Barons Fouj play js When Cold Winds Blow When cold winds blov, bitiacfrwt is in the air, and btck-draufbts the chimney deaden the fires, then tfat PERFECTION Oil Heater with its sure hwrtinf power by steadily supplying just the best is needed for comfort. The Perfection Oil Heitcr fr by Tcatber conditions. It TM Mncll just Tbe KW Automatic Smokeless Device Events the irick being tnrned moved in an instant, Solid brass font 4 quits of oil sufficient to gfrt ont a ftr 9 solid "brass wick diaper cool oi Heater beautifully finiAed ai nickel JapKi of Dealer If JUt At Write fir MAGNIFICENT FUNERAL OF AN ACTRESS St. Petersburg. March fim- eiai'of'iMadame Vera Federovna Kom- isarzhovski, the actress, who died from smallpox, was the most imposing that ever has taken place In St. Pet- ersburg. Sixty thousand persons at- tended the ceremony. The floral of- ferings of sympathy consisted of three hundred wreaths not A j only regulate the bowels, but they new itimulate kidneys and skin is well to throw off waste nutter and purify the blood. -The result ii quickly apparent Unit- 'he disappearance of the headaches and biliouinesi, ind the return of health and rigor. Thousands of women all over thhe C.P.R. viaduct at Lethbrirfge, has accepted the man- agership fot the Standard Furniture Co. Major P. G. Taft of Regina, but for merly a member of the R.N.W.M.P of this division, arrived in the city yesterday en route to Vancouver. He is stopping off for a few days to re new old acquaintances. .1. H. .Moore has returned from Ken titcky where he has been spending the winter. P.. E. Crosby has opened up a firs class shoe store on Westminster Roa N'orth and is prepared to c-ate i.n the needs of thb people of Nort ______ Lethbridgo. destructive power. What better line; Tonight Mrs. A. T. Robinson wi or action could be -taken? And just j lecture In Wesley church on the sub a-> siiiVrJy ;ts muure's bencncent power j ject or missis's island prison. Sngh; in most cases Zam-Buk wins. Try H j Hen. Admission 25c. She is the onl oil tint old wound, that ulcer, that I British lady ever permitted to visi bad log. or that eczemous patch. Only j this "Isle of the Lost." fifty a box, all druggists and Mrs. H. W. Church will not receive stores, but don't have nnv Saturdav. i I the most secure of all the many ussian prisons them are sent The new handling plant of tne West Canadian Collieries at Bellevue has received r.he finishing touches -and is ie most dangerous and troublesome in complete and successful operation. olitical prisoners as well -as the cri- linals. Mrs. Robinson is the only woman who-has ever visited he island, she having gone there the uest of a wealthy Japanese who ent there, on a yachting trip. She hen gave an idea of the number and lasses of criminals there and the >'ay in which they are treated by the uthoritics. The. lecturer referred riefiy to the wealth and progress H Siberia as -well. She placed the responsibility for the bulk of Russia's troubles upon vodka, he national liquor, and maintained hat if it were prohibited in Russia would he very much better n every respect. W. Jordan was chairman of the meeting. At the conclusion of the meeting subscriptions were taken for the Young Women's Home which nett- ed one hundred dollars. Wesley Church was crowded with an interested audience who were sor- rv that the lecture concluded the ser- ies. did lot 01 lectures and has been for the cause she rep-j resents. C. T. ARE UP TO THE MINUTE AUCTION SALE OF Magnificent Household Furniture ON TUESDAY, MARCH 8th COMMENCING AT 1.30 P. M. SHARP AT 624 WESTMNSTER RD. BY W. L. Wilson Auctioneer received instructions from Mr. Gamble who has sold his handsome residence and has to vacate at once, I will sell the entire contents by public auction without reserve The fol owing- and Herman Elmer Crowl, formerly of Spring Harbor, Mich., but now of, Lethbridge, and Miss Martha Bell, for merly of St. Louis, but recently of thr' t grand upright piano 1 solid walnut dreaser stand. 1 1 1 bureau I solid walnut bed, spring mattress 4 brass mounted iron beds, springs and mattresses I folding sanitary cot 1 Davenport bed. 3 handsome carpet squares. 2 Smyrna mgs I booK case 1 hall rack married on Wednesday at the Baptist T church by Rev. A. J. Prosser. After the ceremony about twenty-five guests sat rtown to a dainty wedding banquet at the residence of M. W. Currie cr Redpp.tli John Lille, a well known j Hirer's agent of London, is Toilet sets 5 rocking chairs 1 fall loaf ext. table 1 S ft. oak ext. table. 6 Glners, oak seat 3 diiierb, leather seat Kitchen chairs 1. combination bath 1 oak centre table 1 como. sectional book case. 1 Singer sewing machine I high chair 3 kitchen tables 1 high bureau 1 flower stand 1 handsome high back kitch- en cabinet. 1 4-hole Majestic Range with water front. Dishes, Kitchen Utensils 1 15-gal. crock. t" w in-tirc- 1 buggy, double seat, will _ carry about 000 )bs. J gvui's buffalo coat 20 good laying hens 1 i Also a great many other articles, too numerous to monfmn This is positively K clearing out sale; no reserve. ;