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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. Mairh 2S. H>H. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pages. Insurance and Loan Department NatioiKiI Fire IiisnraiHe Co. of Pkts-fbiirs" (Total assrls over �S;;.()00,000.) EEPRKSKXTIXO- Phoenix A.ssui'jinre Co., London, Enjj. Dominion of Cnniida (jlnarantee & Aceideiit. Noi'th Ainei'ican Life (Loan Dept.) BKANCHKSAT- London, Enj?Iand; New York, U.S.A.; Edniont�Mi, Letlibridjye and Hish River, All�erta. AGEXCIE8- Wetaskiwin, Lacombe, Red Deer, ClareHtiolm, Macleod. Lethbrid^e Branch, J.R.Andcrson, Mgr F. C LOWES & CO. VAUDEVILLE BILL BY LEGISLATORS Saered Sonjys, Fist Fights, Near Riot, and Near Panic at Sunday Session-Women Join In Proj^ram J i .Jefferson ("ity, Mo , March 25 - i 'I'lie first all clay Sundiiy spssion ever I held b)- the Missouri legislature was a vaiuievllle bill which ran from llie sublime to the ridiculous. Tlie proj!rani included a sacred song service, a fist f\e,ht. a near riot, and a near panic. Women, girls, and snfall children, as audience, joined In the proceedings of the "actors " Their screams added to the general uproar, and man.y ran to the scene of combat. There were two .sessions. The one in the forenoon closed with the men>-! to the door. Blood streamed froir. a bers Ringing "Nearer, My God, to i cut in Smith's check. A dozen oth- TRACKAGE PROPERTY WILL DOUBLE IN VALUE WITHIN 12 MONTHS. ^ Lots 1 10 4, Ulock 71, .$l.'i7fi each. Lots 9 to II, Block 71, |1.')75 each. Lots 21 and 2U, Block lO, $1675 each. Easy terms. R. V. GIBBONS & CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block We M'ant your Farm Loans. We want to write your Fire Insurance. We want to Avrite 3'our Lil'e Insurance. We want to write 3^our Live Stock Insurance. -We own 30,000 acres Southern Alberta Land that will sell itself- THE 0. W. KERR CO. 0. T. LATHROP.....RESIDENT MANAGER Why Pay Rent ? six roomed modern house and 181*86 lot for sale, close in; $.S,000. Terms, $500 cash, balance easy paytnentB. Four lots near old fair grounds, $1.15 each. Tcrme, $10 cash and $10 per month, on each lot. Great bargain. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO., Johnton Block The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE SHERLOCK BUILDING-LETHBRIOOt LOANS FOR CONTRACTORS iSix lii�">, facing Ernest Street at $800 each. hence. 'Make provision for the i'litiu'e.' -THE- Goldeii West Realty Co. FIRE-LIFE-ACCIDENT-AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE Plionc 623. Sixth St. ol>i) Bank ol' Montreal. Lethbridge Real Estate FOR SALE Lots 71 and 72 Block 23 Duff Addition and lots 7 to 14 Inclusive, Block 24, Duff Addition, ,?42r) each. Lots are on hill just opposite new Duff School Houae. Tell us what you wish to buy and we can gel it for you. See McLachlan Realty Co. Rooms 11-12 Southard Block, SHEDON CAUGHT a Piltshurg, Pa., March 27. - After bein.u; sought by the police all over Canada and the United States, C. D. .Sheldon, alias (.'. D. Washburn, a broker, wanted in Montreal for ob- HALF BREED IS cubic feet. Ft will have a large roof I'Lyons, England's newest knight, andlEarden-an innovation In English ho-greai; refreshmeni caterer, opened ajtelri-fine smoking and billiard rooms, big hotel on the Strand, about elgh-' libraries, and, in fact, every modern teen months ago, and announced that' convenience. there would be no �tips" In the new^ The site intended for the hotel is hostelery, most old I/5ndonFr.s laugh-,the old world nelghhorhood which lies ed. They predicted that within a year'behind Regent street and Piccadilly IIMDITD 1 niJPC'l'ie'ther the servants would lie accepting, Circus. It is within a few seconds Uill/Ijlt AllllCdl i"''^ lime-honored way, or the j walk of each, yet a quieter or more I hotel would be closed. ^ easily "getoable" snot could hardly be -_ Xoither has happened. The hotel; lma.g.ined. A number of very Inter- hasn't closed, and the no tipping sys- esting old buildings will, have lo be de-Charged V^lth the Murder '^"^ ''^^ proved such a success thai molishocl to make room for the hotel, the directors are Koing to build the and u whole block of houses will have of Lennox the Stettler |'''."S^'"- ''*'"' , . . I been visiting with her relatives lur the past six months l^i^l^, . Spring has really opened up at last here is preparing and evervhodv to BIG OFFER FOR REGINA CLUB Regina. March I'T.-A bid of $SRi;.T,' per foot lor jhe property on which (he;ha\e hern a great loss had it caught Assinlboia Club now stands, was an-; the slacks, proved not very serious except to the one horse. .N'earlv half .Vclson, March 28 -While building a i,ouncod ai a meetiufi of the clujb, and gate h.ili a inile inim his shack. Dun- ji, ,,ag decided to sell the club property at the heal price which can be ob- iel Knhinson, rancher of (iutcliiis, hrnke hi.^ leg nn Saturdax afternoon, lie ilragged himself hume and endured inteii.'.e agony alone till found on Monday h\ Frank .Souey, a neighbor. His leg black He was then near ly demented from pain iind was on the poir.l o: committing suicide. He was taken In the hospital at N'clBon iMUight He had been without food or water Ho is a native of Ontario. tallied for it The property has 7.5 feet fronljige on Scarth street, and the 'bid announced last night was $85,-000. but were unable to gi'l one horse loose before he | burned nearly to death. His was sctucl'.cd all over aiui his eves, , , . , ,|., ,, crop their and .Alreai v a number were ncarlv burned out Ihe hre, . * . , , . , ^ , . � ol the tanners are out i iscing. hv-was suuii smothered, but what niighi i , , , , . ,  ervthing tlooks favorable for an excellent year. The fall grain is spring ing up everywhere and every farmer says that there has not been a stool of killed during the entire winter. .Mr. and Mrs. S. Conway, of Oshawa, ..have celebrated Ibei." diamord wed-^ 'ding. COLORADO COW SETS RECORD Denver, Col.. .March 27.-A Colorado co-w, less than two years old, has forty hours ^captured the world's record for milk. She is a Dutchland Hengervold Asco-lan, owned by Hall Bros., and raised at the:r farm near Denver. Her total for seven days is 43fi pounds 4 ounces, which is IS pounds R ounce* more than the previous beet, jf.ecord. the bedding, sueh as quilts, overcoats, shoes, etc , were burned and the (ire scorched the faces ol a number of the n-en. The Leavitt public school hoy? organized a baseball team today William Malhin was vot The G. T. IL has 'begun work on the new Btutlon site at ' Premier .Murray, of Nova Sootla, in his budget, announces expenditures of |L725,ni4. and a deficit of |117,T.'i!' notween Friday and Monday five Sherlock BIdg.-7th St. MK. LAND BUYER Here is $1,000 FOR YOU. Wo have a client who has paid In Three Thousand Five Hundred (35001 Dollars on a beautiful section of land south of Grassy Lake. He will turn over h's .'\greement of Sale to you for Two Thousand Five Hundred (2500) Dollars. Here are the particulars: All section 14-8-13. 14U acres broken. 140 bushfls of wiioat. 1 1-2 storey house (plastered.I Bain, 2 wells, etc. Price $21.50 per acre lo you. Como in and see the agreemeui. MONEY TO LOAN CITY PROPERTY & FARM LANDS THE - f Land Co . ^, , carloads of beef have arrived In \\'in-to the brightest year yet in the his-|_^jp^^ ^^^^ ; tory of sports of Leavitt. 'down to abattoirs is from f9 7.1 to $l(il .Samuel Baker has just lost two of ; por cwt., or one cent under i he iireseni ! his finest mares, with foal, valued at: market price of carcasses lo the! Mon �ach. A thiid majre IS also ' wholesale trade there, ' Phone 544 iin ;