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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, Marcli MONEY Lots in the at per lot. Third cash, balance in 4 and 8-months at 8 per cent. Gan you buy anything else in town within the mile circle for such a low figure Think! W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street Have you bought any of the 48 Lots in North Ward we sive ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. 'JOHNSON BLOCK ROUND STREET PHONE 455 CRANBROOK MAN SUICIDED Charles A'roomaii Took His Life Yesterday Afternoon (Special to the Herald) CranbrooK, March Vroo- man, assistant in the wholesale liquor store of A. L. McDermot, committed here this morning by drinking carbolic acid. After opening the store for business' be retired to a room at the back where he was found a short time after with an empty bottle smelling of the fluid near his hand. Life was then extinct. The MMMMMMM MARKET GARDENS 10 acre garden plots within three miles of .the city, an acre; 1-4 down; balance in eight annual instalments. MCGREGOR DICKSON P. O. BOX'2109' 4 BEGIN BLOCK PHONE 597 SUICIDE IDNETIFIED Wife of Suicide Leaves for Saskatoon Saskatoon, March working all day yesterday in an effort to -se- cure positive identification of the un- man who committed suicide on Friday morning at the Butler Ho- tel, the police have come to the con- clusion that the dead man is John Canton. The chief of police located his trunk at the C. P. R. depot about four o'clock, and on getting It to the police station went through the wear- ing apparel and papers In the trunk, which went to prove that'deceased's name was Canton, and that he came here from Lethbridge, Alta., where of deceased were badly burned by the acid. Vrooman was formerly brook. His wife who has been noti- nose and hack oi the right hand conducted a restaurant and board- ing house. The papers plainly show- ed that Canton was heavily in debt rietor of the jand >-Uis doubt drove him to com- and was one pioneers of Cran-jmiL ihe rash act. Canton has a wife and family living at Grand Forks, who have been notified of the unfortunate affair by Chief of Police Dunning. A telegram has been received by him stating that John Sharron, father-in- aw of the dead man, was leaving for saskatoon, and on his arrival here to- norrow he will take the body back to Dakota. tied of the tragedy, resides in Winni- peg. So far no inducing cause has been rwalod. Doctor Conolly, the coroner has summoned a jury Tor the inquest which will be held during the afternoon. STRIKE LEADERS TO ORGANIZE LETHBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL REPORT FOR FEBRUARY LOOK! 4 corner lots in 148'for Close to Westminster School. 1-3 cash. 2 lots and house on Robinson Stret. Water. All fenced. For -Terms. Splendid new house, on Courtland St., fully modern, standing on lot 35x125. Good barn at rear. handles. Price Rents for per month. Owner will and allow if not required by purchaser. FRANK WADDINGTON CO. ROOM 9 BRYAN BLOCK. PHONE 426. 'EVENINGS 469. MM'MMMMM.M.MMM'MMMMMMMMMMM" M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M -f 640 acres two miles from Wilson Siding for sale at a bargain. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE J Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 254 i Phone 1045 MMMMMMMMMMM CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Two fine lots on London Road, west of Westminster, terms. Two good business lots on Glyn, for the pajr. Terms. 400 acres at per acre, easy terms. Owner obliged to sell oil account of loss of sight.: The land is 3 L-2 miles, south. of Pincher Creek, is clear of brush or stone, acres under cultivation and 20 acres in timothy; good bouse, granary, shed, hen house, pig pens and three sta- bles. Last 75 bu- shels oats and 31 bushels fall wheat per acre. Adjoining 3S9 acres pasture with good brush shelter, per acre same terms. NORTH LETHBRIDGE SNAPS Splendid store setting on 2 lots, Norman St., now occu- pied by Ritchie Meredith, cash. 5 roomed housp on McNab St. Terms. 2 lots on business section Westminster Road, until the loth March, each. Terms. The North Leth- bridge Realty Co. C. S. DONALDSON, Mgr. o GEORGE W. GILL REAL ESTATE BROKER P1NCHER CREEK, ALTA.