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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS. The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, March 24.1010. H. KILNER Has Taken Over the Manage- ment of the Royal Shoe Store A few reasons why he can give you the Best Value For Your Money He has worked 10 years in one of the largest shoe factories, and with his knowledge he can give you the very best to be got for your money. He has just added to the stock a fine variety of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Union Made, in all the latest styles and shapes. As a Special Inducement for Saturday only, we will sell the following Gents' Oxblood, for Ladies' Pat. Oxford for R ova ISh CRABB STREET NEWS OF THe DISTRICT CARDSTON NOTES Cordstou, March Jas. S. Gile, O c I GEO. TAYLOR Florist GREENHOUSES-650, BartieU Street, Phone 675 STORE-Majestic Theatre, Phoae 347 P. O. Box 1353 Fresh Cut Flowers and Plants for All Occasions Free Delivery to all parts of. the city ISLAND SANK BENEATH THE SEA. Supposed to be the Result of An Earthquake Shock. Kingston, Jamaica, .Jiarch schooner which has arrived here from Cayman, reports that the big- gest island of the group known as Morant Cayas, situated about thirty miles east of Jamaica, has sunk un- der the sea to a depth of four fath- oms. C-ayas -was inhabited iby Booby egg gatherers, who are going into farming on a large scale in the "Alberta Red" district, expect their outfits .the last of the Ottawa, March the House or Commons, considering the Immi- gration Bill, Mr. Paquet, of Islet, wanted a moral, physical and mental examination of new comers. He suggested that a medical examination should tie made on the other side, and each man should have an immi- grant's certificate as to his freedom from crime. Dr. Paquet decided up- on the cursory medical examination at Quebec. Mr. Oliver did not take kindly to Dr. Paquet's suggestions, pointing out that while a moral certificate could be got from European immi- grants, where there was complete su- pervision, such schemes would not be practicable In regard to immigrants coming from the British Isles, as no record was kept, and they might ham per desirable Immigration. The question of examination on board ship was thoroughly debated, Mr. Oliver admitting that while it would be an advantage, i: would he T. ery expensive. Mr: Oliver had lo aubmil to j onslaught on certain of his officials, but the minister thought that on the whole thoy were as competent and given by the I. O. 0. F. lodge ofi month. The outfits corn-prise two Grassy Lake, a supper given by the! steam engines, drawing twenty plows Ladies' Aid. Every body turned! each, out and had a good time. Tn to (he Raymond Land Investment Co., Ltd. ON MONDAY, MARCH 28TH f At 10.30 o'clock a.m. M as a district instead of a rural district next year if pos- f, j slble. Mr. R. J. Henderson -was re- i elected trustee for another three i years term. DRIVER ARRESTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. I II. A. Coaldatft. SUGGITT, Phone 110 X. Y.t iMorui erick P. Assman, secretary of the Continental Car Co., who while driv- ing an automobile, ran over aad klH- ed a iboy on Saturday night, was ar- rested here to-day on a charge of Lots 8. 9 203D I 2039 I 2039 I J 2039 I 2039 I 20? 9 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 T 2039 I 2039 I 4489 ,T 4489 Block R: 17 and IS 2039 I 2039 I 4489 J 4489 J 44S9 J 4489 J 4489 J 4489 J 2039 T 2039 T 2039 I 2231 J 2039 I 15 and 16 5 ___ 2 (5 each. 1 to 4 94 J (5 ucres) 77 ___ to 4, 7 to 10. 1 1 1 6 to 10 11 2 and 3 1 61 14 L 12 13 S. 30 ft Lot 2. (5 acres) 2 (5 acres) 3 .110 115 1 1 2 (5 acres) 3 and 6 ___ S.-W. 1-4 of NVW. 1-4 Sec. 33, Twp. 5, Range 20, W 4th Meridtan. Terms- 6 per -l-o cash; balance 6, 12, 18 months at A. THOMPSON Auctioneer ;