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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta F. C. LOWES & CO. After all, the Safest and Best Investment yon can find is a piece of Lethbridge Real Estate You can't pick out any piece of property in this city that won't \ much more in a year from now. So why hesitate? For Genuine Bargains See These:-- b e wor th vv vjii:ii()L si: site Two lots on Ford St., near VV'eslmhislor, spur I rack iji roar, rrice -$4,750. 1-rJ.casli. Bal. 4 and 8 months. HOISE Fully modern 8 roomed Jioiise on London Road near Jiartlet.t, 2 lots. Price ^o.OOO.OO. $1,300 (uish. Bill. easy. ache Acre lot in Block 4 Agnew Street. This is in the residential district and would make a ver\' profitable, holding. Pj-ice 83150.00. Term's arranged. KESIDENTIAL 2 lots corner of Bartletl and London lload, '$1,800. Half cash, balance 6 and 12 months. HOUSE 8 roomed fully modern new house. Lot has 38 ft. frontage. On Ashmead Street, near Courtland. Price $4,700. $2,000 cash. Bal. easy. � ixside property 2 lots Block 33, Glyn Street. Price |16,000. $6,000 cash, balance 1 and 2 years.- F. C. LOWES AND COMPANY Phone 311 Real Estate and Financial Brokers Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford St. J. R. ANDERSON, Manager Lethbridge Branch OFFICES: CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER, HIGH RIVER, NANTON UNION TRUST COMPANY FARM LOANS To Progressive Fanners who have prospects of succeedins; Unlimited money is a necessity to the development of all new countries, and our arrangements enable us to provide for every desirable transaction connected with the farming interests of the West. Progressive farmers realize the value of securing more acreage adjoining their own properties. The Union Trust Co. will be able to provide the funds for all transactions of this nature as well as all desirable farm loans. MARKET GARDENING OR DAIRYING 10 acre tracts, fine soil, irrigated, only 4 miles S. E. of City. $100 per acre-1-3 payable in cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months with interest at 6 per cent. tt T. E. PATTESON, Agent LETHBRIDGE-SUITE 3 HILL BLOCK-PHONE 673 Improved Section 320 acres plowing'. I<)0 acres in Spriiifi;' wheal. Five miles i'roin X(?w J)ayti)ii. Stlrlini;' or Wells .Sidiiii;'. $30 per Acre .\(l('ress B. S. Young Raymond, AWa. One halt section nine miles south-east of Lethbridge; 140 acres seeded with spring wheat. Fenced; has shaclt and stable for 8 head of horses. Price 1.36.00 per acre. Terms. 13. 1-4 32-4-1S-4. Steam plow proposition, $16.00 per acre, ?6 per acre cash, balance 8 or 4 years. See L. A. FELGER GREAT FREE TRADE CRUSADE Winston Churchill Organizing a Great Political Scheme "BURY MY DOLL WITH ME." Special Modem 7 room house on Lot 3 Block 62, Ford Street :,750 $750 cash, balance $50 per month THE ZELLER LAND CO. ROOM 1 HILL BLOCK London, April. 30.-The greatest of all the educational cKorts yet made on either side in connection with the fiscal controversy is about to be launched by Mr. Winston Churchill under the title of "National Free Trade Lectures." In an interview, the Home Secretary outlined this remarkable campaign, throiigli which no fewer than 2,500 special lectures on Free Trade are to be delivered during the next twelve months, and fifty audiences a week will be addressed. "A generous sum has been placed in ray hands," said Mr. Churchill, "for the purpose of a Free Trade educational campaign. The extensive operations which the money made possible have been already planned." "But the General Election ?" "This educational work is to eo on, whatever happens," was the reply. "The chief characteristic of the organization is a careful selection of the people whom it is desired to interest and influence. Free Trade principles will be expounded by men of profound knowledge and great commercial experience. "In order to do this work most cflcctively," continued Mr. Churchill, "wc have divided tlie lectures into six classes. The first will be more in the nature of conferences among members of the profession, conpiercial and manufacturing men, and merchants. In this, as in all tlie other classes, we shall carefully avoid making a party question of Free Trade. We do so, because we wish to secure the presence of that great body of business men of all political opinions who may have some measure of doubt as to the wisdom of the proposed change. A Striking List "There coi.ld be no plainer indication of our intention to steer clear of the party pitfall than this"-and Mr. (Churchill handed the interviewer a list of names of eminent Free Traders who have consented to give addresses to the conferences of which he had spoken. They include :- 1,01(1 Avebury, .Sir Hugh Boll, Lord Hra.sscy, Mr. Harold Cox, Sir .John (iorst, Mr. Ilamar Greenwood, Mr. V. W. Hirsl, .Sir William Holland, Sir .lames Mackay, Dr. Macnamara, .Sir Charles Maclaren, Mr. C. E. Mallet, Mr. .\lfred Mond, Mr. Chio/.za Money, S'ir Francis Mowatt, Mr. Rus-sel Kra, Mr. .1. M. Robertson, Sir Edgar Vincent. "We arc inviting ihc co-opcralion of trades unions, trades councils, co-operative societies and otlicr similar or-gani7.ations, to arrange for lectures , under their own auspices, to be de-j livcred liy such representative men as I Mr. .John Ward, M.l'., Mr. William i Brace, M.P., Mr. Albert Stanley, M. R.,, and other well-known leaders of organized labor. "It is proposed to f^ive opportunity for discussion after the delivery of the lectures, and to encourage members of the audience to take full part in that discussion. There are some trades upon which the elusive promises of the Tariff Reformers seem to have made a little impression, and where these exist we are obtaining the services of capable Free Traders intimately connected with the affected industries. "While 'The National Free Trade Lectures' will be comprehensively national, it is necessary, in oraer to reach some classes -the agriculturists, for instance-to approach them through men closely acquainted with agriculture in all its conditions. It will be possible, I hope, to obtain the cordial co-operation of chambers of agriculture, of farmers' clubs, and similar organizations which are prepared to give both sides a hearing. Special lectures have been prepared dealing with the problem from the purely agricultural point of view. Mr. George Lambert, M.P., Mr. Richard Winfrey, M.P., Mr. Fred Ilocni:, and other well-known names are our list of agricultural lectuirrs. Lectures for Labor.:rs "Mr. George Nicholls, tlio succes;ii.r to Joseph Arch, has prepared a special lecture for the Inboiirs. This and some of the other lectures will be illustrated by a deliglitful series of lantern slides, setting out in simple and attractive diagrani.s those statistics which are so important and yet so dilficult for the impatient man to grasp." Then there are lectures for general audiences-theory and practice for rural audiences and theory and practice for town dwellers. Mr. J. M. Robertson, Ml'., lias prepared a lecture on practice, and Mr. H. Vivian, M.P., one on Theory. And, not least important and interesting, experieneed women lecturers will explain the importance of Free Trade to the liome and in domestic economy. Mr. Winston t'hiirchill has himself superintended every pari of the arrangements for the national lectures. He has given (lie cliisesl attention to the details of the work, and the vast ediR'atioinil campaign will eo forward under his direct personal control. Careful imiuiry and acquaintance with the work of the Free Trade Union has led liim to place the.carrying out of the scheme under the direction of Mr. Wallace Carter, the secretary ot the Union. A special and distinct clerical staff has been engaged, and although the lectures will be carried on more or less in conjunction with the Freed Trade Union, they will be quite separate from and in addition to the ordinary work of the body. Girl Drinks Carbolic Acid in View of Schoolmates-Leaves Note to "Loving Angel Mother and Angel Loving Brother." AHon, III., April ;{0.-Leaving a note begging that her doll be burled with Jier and that her ring be left on her hand, Nina Anthis, Vi years old, a pupil m the Yager high scJiool at Alton, to-day drained a two ounce bottle of carbolic acid in the presence of her fellow pupils. She died a few minutes later. The little girl had just returned from her (home after the noon recess. As the bell called them to their studies she stepped out of line, she gazed wistfully up and down the row Into tlie faces of each ot ]ier mates, snatched the bottle from her pocket and drank the contents. Pinned inside her dress was a not to Jier "Loving angel mother," and. her "Angel loving brother." "Dear Loving Mother and Brother- I would like to say one thing to you. It is to please bury my doll with me, and that is all I cai'e about, and leave my ring on my hand. I love you, Willie, and I love you, mother. 1 will meet you In heaven. If I was a sinner before I died I hope God will forgive me, and I pray will be good to you and take care of you. Your loving adopted child, Nina Anthis. "To her loving angel mother and tier angel loving brother." Ottawa, May 1.-The license commissioners to-day cut off eight liotel 1 icenses, gave four others three months in which to .secure new permits, and four stoop 11 censes THINKS MISS REID WAS ABDUCTED Naples, .'Vprll 30.-The Princess Kos-pigliosi who has been here investigating the death of iMlss Estella Reid, an .�American, whose body was recently found on the shore, has reached the conclusion that there Is nothing to sliow that the young woman commil-ieA suicide biU that lliere are sulli-clent elements in the case to cause the belief that Miss Reld was abducted. The U. C. government decided today that Clerk doldie of the^Cran-brook government jpffice would be given a retiring allowance. KIPP Townsite Auction Lyceum Theatre Wednesday This Week Don^t Forget Already 2 General Stores, Poot Office, Elevator, Lumber Yard and Feed Barn are there, and many business men are lying low waiting their opportunity to locate on this site. See The Auctioneer: W. L WILSON, Lethbridge Run Out and See for Yoursdf Across the big Bridge ;