Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, March Page linn iniii Illl I II III I DETERMINATION DOES IT It puts you in the landlord class; it gets you out of the rut and makes you stronger morally and financially A man worth while owns real estate and has ambitions-he does not wander here and there without accomplishing anything, year in and year out Now ask yourself this question-When shall I do something for myself? Am I going to see Lethbridge grow into a big city and fail to own some property here and share in the resultant increase in values Resist excuses-take time and opportunity by the forelock-investigate conditions and see SUNNYSIDE ADDITION i The Opportunity of The Hour" the closest in addition on the market-the ultimate choice residence district of this growing prosperous city Lots that are now selling at from to will soon be a thing of the past, another chance slipped by. The easy terms places this opportunity before every man alike, one fourth cash, balance easy monthly payments without interest At least do this-come up to our office and investigate. Act for my advice take nobodys" LONNQUIST SHARP CO. 11-12 Southard Block Upstairs Open Every Evening HELD ANOTHER CONFERENCE Canadian Ministers Met President Taft and Of- ficials of United States Government Washington, Mar. confer- ence between President Taft and Hon. Fielding and Graham lasted for more than an hour and at its conclusion Sec retary Knox issued 'the following for- mal statement: "Negotiations between the President and the Canadian representatives begun at Albany some days ago and were resumed at Washington to-day a form' which gives assurances mat a friendly understanding will be come to immediately. It is expected that the official announcement will be made simultaneously at Washington and at Ottawa on Wednesday the 30th insr." Those participating in the confer- ence> with the President were W. S. Fielding, the Canadian minister of fin- ance, George P. Graham, the Canadian minister of railways, and United State? secretary of state Knox and Charles M. Pepper, bureau of trade relations at. the state department. This afternoon the two Canadian cabinet oficers with the ladies of their party were the guests of the President of a trip to Washington home at Mount Vernon, Va., on the President's yaciit Mayflower. It is not known at this time when Messrs. Fielding and Gra and were concluded. They have taken nam wi'l return to Ottawa. WANTED 3 ur 4 good sign hands a; once; also blacksmiths. Apply L. A. FELGER C-O MASON LAND CO. REMARKABLE CRIME RECORD Big Wilmington Has Day's Record of Fatalities a Wilmington, Del., Mar. 26. Three shot to death, assaults that may re- sult in three more deaths, a half dozen persons slightly wounded, and two sui- cides comprise this city's crime record for yesterday. most sensational occurrence was the tragedy on the Baltimore and Ohio express train, which starting when the train had just is reported under arrest charged with jpassed xewark twelve miles below passing worthless cheques. POLICEMAN ARRESTED Regina, March member of the mounted police, whose name at present is withheld by the authorities FOR SALE 10 head of horses, weight 1250 to 1400 Ibs. Apply L. A. FELGER C-O MASON LAND CO. TRIED TO BREAK A FARO BANK And Went Broke Himself a Hundred and Eighty thousand of the Bank's Funds KOOTENAY LAKES Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 16. In z confession made yesterday George W Coleman, the young man charged with embezzling from the National City Bank of Cambridge, admitted that he [.took and that practically ev jery cent of it was lost in trying TC PARK i HflSFNi break a bank" in New York> I fllYlY JLdl EXPECTATION Realized wKen wearing Fashion Craft Clothes IS Never more so, than demonstrated our Frock Coats Tfof Spring 1910. A culture and refinement of style seldom found even in the highest priced tailored article. Care as to ledge of to pro- duce a Perfect Garment. Price-----NOT as in the old custom tailor day with the chance of non-fit. Materials as good, but superior Flt; Styl? and Workmanship from to Shop of _i. McKelvie McGuire, Agents, Lethbridge 1 Wilmington continued till its arrival I at the station nere and culminated ir the death o, J. II. Bethea, the double! Pi. UJjII (murderer, after he had held a crowd j bOVemmeiH Kill LStaDIlSD of more than a thousand persons andi nearly all of the police force at hay j for more than an hour, facing rifles, j revolvers and shoignns. j Bethea's body not yet been claim ed. nor word been received from his ihome in Dillon, S.C., as to any disposi-j tion of the remains. i Bethea's victims wero Conductor 0. j IE. Wellmar, and Samuel Williams, por- iter of the train on which the tragedy started, who wore killed, and Park.] guard, John L. Wiley, of this city, who j were struck twice. The wound which i caused Bethea's (k-nih was a bullet -that entered his body close to the 'heart. Evi'ii I'mS liO piuOltuii linve died from his numerous wounds. The victims of the work house 1rag- iedy, Guards Wnltor Hastings and Thomas MrCulloch. are, still in seriouf 'condition at Dolawiire Hospital and [the physicians give out no hope for recovery of either. Stephen Hr.ntor. the negro prisoner shot them down in an effort to escape and who in turn and beaten by nthrr guards, is at the prison hospital. His death is ex-period, almost any time. The other tragedies were the suicide jof Mrs. Rommel and that of Ciiartes Tindnll. after he had >hot and .killed Mrs. Clarn NVwcomb Vcnuse [she refused to elopv with him. Coleman stated that he was intro i duced into the game by a Boston mar several years ago and lost of his own at that time. Two years latei he met other Boston men who inter- ested him in the game, he said, and be (tween last May anu February he made jat least fifty trips to New York taking with him each time sums varying from to all of which he lost. j Three men, says Coleman, knev where the money was coming from, as he told them he was getting it, wrom Summer Resort Near Cardston Calgary, rMaroh Doug- las, superintendent of National Parks, disclosures were made nt in an interesting interview here, de-jColeman's home in Cambridge in the ctored: i presence of two Cambridge polio- of "The government has set aside ajficers, Coleman's attorney, and an as- new park in Southern Alberta, in theisistant to Coleman at the bank, who is Kootenay Lakes, IS miles south of jjilso charged with embezzlamem. and a Cardston on the line. It newspaper reporter at. ttu> hearing will consist of four townships which I________________ were formerly set aside as a forest 1 PRINCESS LOUISE SENDING reserve. A townsite will be started GIFT OF INDIAN RELICS there this spring for a summer rt-j London. Mar. Louise ir 'sending to the Cammiaii ruction of :hr ;festival of the empire a collection of i :1 by the Duke ofj The Alexandra Hotel I K. Johnson, proprietor oi the Mid- rdics naporc Hotel, has lost his license while sovt-rnor general of Can- selling liquor to Indians. adri- BIG POW-WOW AT MUSKOGEE A Chirftain From Every Tribe i North America Will Be Present Muskogcc. Oklit.. -Mar. In- j dian chieftain of vvovy iribc in N'orth i America will pathf-r the conn cil fires in for tcr. days.1 ending July 4tiv in thr first national i Indian convention ovor hold. William F. Cody (Buffalo Pawnee Bill and a number of other scouts of bis- Itory, wili attend, an effort will he j made to find Crazy Snake and have him present. CONSERVATIVES A meeting of the Conservatives of the Southern halt' of the Federal Riding of Med- icine Hat, Avill be held in CALEDONIAN HALL On TUESDAY, MARCH 29TII At 8 O'CIock .For the purpose of appointing; delegates to K "v T__ IT ;nr v-tni rniiun and 1G. EVERY CONSERVATIVE ATTEND STRICTLY EUROPEAN PLAN N. H. Murray, Prop. FINEST CAFE IN THE WEST Orchestra Dinner SUPERBLY FURNISHED BEDROOMS PRIVATE BATHS Telephones in every room, and o.very mortem convenience RATES: FROM UP Special Attention Given to Commer- cial Travellers 10 Commodious Sample Rooms Phones: Hotel 717 Restaurant 1462 Thomas Gorman, one of the quar- tette of desperados, concerned in the sensational robbery of rhe post, office at Wright last fall, was sentenced to- day to five years in tihe penkentiarj'. Professional cracksmen rifled the post office at Richmond, Va., taking u is said, in cash and stamps.