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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbJL'idge Daily Herald Monday, March Page 11. THAT WON'T LAST TO SUIT ALL POCKETBOOKS Consisting of Acreage, Business Lots, Residence Lots Trackage Sites 10 Acres on Edwards Street, lacing Henderson Park 2 Acre Lots in the Scott Estate, 25 Acres South of the Agricultural Grounds, Per Acre. Acres in V, U and T, to Each. Business Lots 3 Choice Lots on Kedpath, facing 3 Streets, 4 Lots on Coutts Cornering' on Lane, close to Red- path, 1 Lot on Dufferin in rear Alexandra Hotel, 2 Lots on Round just South of Pioneer Lumber Co., 2 Lots facing Westminster in Block 00, 11 Lots hi Block 09, Each, 9 Lots face Redpath 0 Lots in Block 05, facing Ford St., Residence Lots 3 Lots on Redpath in Block 91, Each. Lots 1 to 3 in Block 93, Each. Terms in all Cases 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Months; 8 Per Cent. Any or all of the Above Mentioned Property Subject to Previous Sale or Withdrawal by Owner. Stafford A. E. IVES Pkone 371 4. O V The Molsons Bank Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA U S Exchange Bought and at Lowest Kates Accounts of All Kinds Carried Terms TMENT Deposits of SI niul upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deuosit at highest rates Ldhbridge. Branch, Redpath St. K. D. JOHNSON, Manager Diamond City Branch. D. C. MORRISOX. Manager RIVERS BREAK j ALDERMAN UP EARLY! RESIGNED Ice Is Out of Ked jNIayor Offended Saskatchewan Member ot" the Hirers Cotinc'il Winnipeg, March since iSSO (Special ro the has the ice gone out of .the Red River i Fernie, Mar. 24. The long drawn at so early a date. Yesterday and tedious cuse of the Coal Creek noon shortly after 5 o'clock the icej hold-up has been occupying tho atten- started to run i-ml at midnight the'tion of the magistrate and attorneys, indications the heaviest par' for two weeks, came to a close this af- juf i: v.-ould be gone this morning. For ternoon. Magistrate Alexander, after hhree days there has ben large smch-; listening to tho arjrnmen.ts presented Us of noeii water ueUnv the rity hridg-'lby M- A. Macrtonald, private prosecn- U and when the rise started a day Utter tor, :uul of R. Ross. K.C., on he- ll he ice to the south to move. half of Fred Varlnw -.nid Xat Habcock river is only about six 'ibovc-! sent the two IVSai'.g-.-r? and Babeock the low water level. Saskatchewan Aiso FERNIE BOARD OF i TRADLOFFICERS Annual Meeting-Associated Board Of Trade i Organized (Special to the Herald) Fernie, March annual meet- ing ot the Fernie Board ot'Trade was hdil last night, in the Ferine opera house. up for trial without ball and held Var-, J- R' of tlic Bank oi Ham' for trial iilton> %vas to succeed J. R. SEED POTATOES in hail to appear Rives broke thi.s Tho of the criminal act, x'l'ti fought inch by by she attorneys representing the; iPollock as president, A. H. Cree was elected vice president and G. F. Ste- venson was reclectcd sccrctary-treas- but Mr. Macdonald handled SYSCRAPER V...-L. COST last nisht. the earliest season in ''recollection of men. The river !IUH I risen some five or six foot, the I'rosonition much skill, am. jot' floating ice is honeycombed and no I danger is expected. GEO. TAYLOR Florist GREENKOUSES--650, Bartlett Street, Phone 675 STORE-Majestic Theatre, Phone 347 P. O. Box 1353 Senator Lougheed Proposes to Erect Monster Office Cover 10 Lots MAN REFUSED TO was congratulated by many at having liandled so liifficnl: well. The accused iwn will come to tria1 Mich.. Mar. at 'em, yer honor." cried Mrs. .lake Nor- lining up five- of her children [Wiis in front of the big court bem-h occit ;tiu' pied by Justice Stein. ".lake won't, suit- port "em." .lake, the husband, jumped "Why didn't you he demanded in Fresh Cut for All OcCa Five Delivery to nil parts of the cuv Calgary. March Long ip'hoed will this year erect a sky scraper HJ'on the corner of Seventh avenue and First sm-ft across across froiv lup from his seat. ;H the f.'finiral Methodist church, which jhring the will cost in tho neighborhood of 53nO.-jstentorian tones, ;ire there and will one of the finest, office jany more at intcrjoctod the in Western fina.-la. I "Seven morr." cxjilalincd looked upoi: i! was rnticb too childn'ti by a former J. S. T. Alexander, J. K. Pollock, j F. C. Dubois, J. B. Turkey, L. 'A. j n examination so S. Dack, A. I. Fisher, R. Reading, H. W. Hcrchmcr and G. G. Mofict were elected to the executive i Manager Ashworth, of the C.- N. 1'- j Coal Co. the board hrisily. The piacsditv of :li- c-ivic duck pond "'atinc tlic increase oi the out- disturbed vesterdav Pljt the mincs wollld dur' McDonald the >'car and tliat the rnarkct for coal was unlimited. After the reg- ular meeting aQJounn.-d a smoker held. held here NORTH DAKOTA per bushel FOB Coal- dale. Out pf twenty varie- ties. tested on my farm this potato excels all in the yield and quality. EARLY CHIOS, PURE same prices; all potatoes have been carefully sorted, all small and injured having been removed. I guar- antee them all to be perfectly sound. Prices subject to change. No order taken to be shipped for less than 500 pounds. DRAYINQ And General Team Work COAL ORDERS promptly at-' tended to. PHONE 472 mr the next session ot the court SUPPORT BIG FAMILY somerime in May. IL A. Coaldale. SUGGITT, Phone 11C L. E. pnsition city alderman :o CHAUFFEUR CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER BROS, H. Patterson McL ean Plioiie 1089 t DKAYING t t of-all kinds prompt- j. ly attended to. f COAL 1 Delivered C. 0. D. T which he was so re-elected by the largest voic of any candidate, ex- rein tliat to !'ai Kennedy. Mr. McDoiiiiid abilitv during th J ma ml that I support the whole family." Mi. "Go home." said tho judge, "and toll lu- Iook ime of :ho. grown up children that i; expressed when i: lie mayor had no: iv of ilu- most, im At a ot ddfxatcs from the Boards o? Trade in East Kootenay, a temporary or- ganisation of Ihe Associated Hoards of Tradf oi tho district was consutn- aird. M. A. Macdonald, oi Cran- brook elected president, J. R. [us with a press rvpro- stated the mayor as io i in it which ho rook PoIlocK, oi Fernie. vice president and R. T. Hromnrr. of secre- tary. The retntlar mcoiinc; at tin.1 Temporary organization will he made permanent, will be held in Fer- Through Evidence of Sixteen-Year-Old Received Medal Xew York, Mar. the testimony of (Joorsie A. i1. lii-yoar-old boy. John O'lfanlon. a IfhuiilTour, coi. Islausrhter In the si'coiid !lo i was (VIlanlon's and i killed a yonnu: wonnn last. October and pir on full speed in an 1 11 man-U. Horses for Sale I JUST ARRIVED twenty head of young work horses, 1250 to 1150 in all broken. I F Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridse I I i hoy will have to work, and loll thorn that said so." with Dustless House Cleaning vacuum pur our Let us take the burden of spring house cleaning off your hands No need to pull up carpets and rugs, as in the old way It is advisable to book your orders at onee Price per hour LETHBRIDGE HOUSE CLEANING AND RENOVATING CO, Phone 1115 Our system eats up the dirt a no: irt: n-t its value iiiiiid'V! in his j an early date. This sioJion nsjikfs another Hue-1 This move may seriously cripple, tion to fill :h- necessary and the Association of Hoards ot Trade Mr. McDonald's rorirement is much ro-jo: Southern British Columbia, which petted by rinses of our been in existence for the past tea years, and which hod into one of the host known of Hie kind in Western Canada. ill h nip; ;o Callnghan, wiio h'u', witnessed tho tragedy, sprang on ill-' and clung tlioro O'llarlon's blows. boy j-eceivod a C'arnegie hero Coal, Ice and I P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 DONATIONS TO GALT HOSPITAL C. P. R. HAS PURCHASED MILWAUKEE PROPERTY Milwaukee. March Canad- ian Pacific railway has acquired a block of propfT'y on the cast of Mil- waukee near Lake Michigan, which is said tions is acknowledged by tho. board: i -fj G.iK Hospital Ladies' <5 hundred pillow ca-sos. towels. "G bed spreads. 3 dozen bath pieces flannelette. j r. night shirts, thread, safety Roht. McDonald, proprietor oi the Senate hotel, has purchased the Yalo at Edmonton. books. Mrs. J. R. Mrs. J. G. Visible Typewriters Filing' Devices In Steel Offiro Specinltics THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Offico noxt Arcade Phouft 1 Ring Up 701 when you want DRAYING dor.o promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE I He ;