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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbriflge Daily Herald, Monday, May 2,1910. BOW ISLAND Will double in population before November Ist. Over eight thousand dollars' worth of lots changed hands last Saturday. See Hoaglin for the choicest business property. For a safe, sure and profitable investment don't overlook BOW ISLAND. Population 1915-5000 A. B. HOAGLIN, BOW ISLAND SKHTH & TILLEY REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE LOANS live Stock Insurance Automobile Insurance Our Residence List Includes the following good buys 2 lots on lane block 60, - $1,100 eacb-Terms 2 lots block 19, Duff Addition, facing east, $400.00 Terms. West half block 19, Duff Addition, $425-$500.00 each-Terms. 4 lots block 95 on Westminster Road, $1200 each, Terms. I, In block 124 we have sites one, one and one If half, two or three lots, choice residential locations, price and terms on application. PARKDALE In this subdivision we have a few lots left at $100 each on reasonable terms. ACREAGE Ten acre |irrigated blocks at $100 per acre, within 4 1-2 miles of city. SKETTH & TILLEY Phone 1343 Cor. Round and Dufferin Sts. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. VV. J. Armstrong will receive tomorrow (Tuesday) Insteid of Wednesday, but next month gn the lirst Wednesday as usual. ... The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyprian s church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. V. McMillen, HiVfrview, on Thursday, May 5th at 3 p.m. -a M xt Lillian Russell announces 'that on April 15 her daughter, Dorothy, was married in Paris to H. W. Dunamuir, son of B. O.'s late Lieutenant-Governor. The latter's first wife, who was mari'ied to Dunsmulr ten years ago, but is living with her mother, denies that a divorce was secured. * * * At St. Catliaralnes, Ont., a' wedding of much Interest to a large circle of friends was solemnized Saturday afternoon when Miss Marie Annette, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes, was married to Archibald \V. McLellan, of Vancouver, B. C. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McLellan of that city, and grandson of late Lieutenant-Governor X. McLellan of Nova Scotia.    At Toronto, Ont., ihe biggest and best of all Canadian and military horse shows closed Saturday night with the largest crowd of the week in to see the prizes awarded. The Governor-General was an Interested spectator remaining In the ring until the high Jump competition was over, when the spectators gave rousing cheers for His Excellency. Mr. and Mrs. Chatwin, of Regina, announce the engagement of their second daughter, Mary Alberta, to Mr. K. William Bailie, lormerly o! Saltcoats, Scotland, maiuMcer of theUnion Bank, Grassy Lake, Albeita. The marriage will take place early in June. COMPANY MAKES BIG JUMP BOW CITY We Kave just received plan and prices of lots for Bow City TLe Newest and Best Coal City in Alberta Sale Opens TUESDAY, MAY 3rd. Full Particulars in To morrow's Paper. ASQUITH & LINDSEY, Sole Agts. for Lethbridge. Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 1183. The famous Partcllo Stock Co., headed by Miss Alice Kennedy and Mr. Jack Westerman, and considered to be one of the best stock companies that ever toured Canada, will open at the Majestic Theatre Thursday, May 5th. Manager Brown has sccuiod this excellent company to come to Leth-bridge direct from Toronto, where they have just dosed a successful stock season. Tlic company mal*s no stops between here and Lcthbiidge making a distance of over two thousand miles, leaving Toionlo Sunday, night, May 1st, and arriving in Luth-hridgc, Thursday, May 5th, at 4 a.m. Their opening p!ay .selected for Thursday night in Lethbridgc will be The College Girl, a coiiiefiy drama of student life uit one of our great universities. It i.s from tlie pen of .Justin Adams, author of lilaek Beauty, Quincy Adams .Sawyef, and one hundred otliers. This cotnpany eariies a car load of special scenery and electrical effects i and each and evei y play will receive I a complete scenic prodiielion. Meats are now on sale at tlie I^ed Cross Drug and Book Store. SIDESTEPPED THE BOND ISSUE (Continued from front page) Some Sidestepping A half hour discussion was spent on this bond question, Mlnty evading, dodging and sidestepping, and Bennett trying hard to pin him In a corner, but falling. "Did you not tell Mr. McMahon the bonds had already ueen sold to a syndicate, and that Clarke was a member of the syndicate?" "I certainly (lid not, and If he says that lie's mistaken, that's all." "Why did Clarke not turn bonds over to a bank to dispose of the same as cities do';" "It was a very big amount." "What interest had Clarke with the li-ating of the bonds on the stock exchange, when the validity of the securities had been passed on by Morgan's solicitor?" "The Inference is natural. He was morally bound to assist." he explained that he never* stated or Inferred that Clarke was to get any benefit from this sale. "And he was only morally obligated?" "Morally so, and I should say legally so also." Mlnty never saw the prospectus of bond sale and never heard details of it. Ke said the money from^ the bond sale belonged to the A. & G. W., the province being onlj� trustee and the railway company assigned this to the construction, the province acting only in trust and has no claim to money except as trustees. Another Letter The "plan of campaign" letter to Woods was brought up. Mlnty said this was in his opinion a personal letter. Witness said he understood the premier was going east and he wanted to meet him. He said plan was not carried out, but later admitted It was carried out so far as possible. Kutberfoid did go east and Mlnty and W. K. Clarke were also on the train. .Minty's recollection was that the pi'emler should not go on. "Was it not because of the differences between McArthur and Clarke?" "1 do not think so. I do not think the premier was ready to go on." Bennett asked a question about the construction company and the witness declined to answer. Defends Woods He swore that never to 'his knowledge had S. B. Woods been handed any compensation for his efforts in the matter of the road. He grew quite indignant over this question, saying Woods was a man wJiose reputation was above reproach. He said that Clarke was with liim when he started for the investigation the second time. Minty came from St. Paul that trip. On the train before Clarke left it were Robson, solicitor for tlie A. &. G. W., and Norman MacKenzle, of Regina. solicitor for J. K. Cornwall. C IIV K?H SITES GIVEX AT Kll^P DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING (VACUUM PROCESS) No nee4 to take up any carpets or rugs or disarrange the house .' ' The only sanitary method of having your home cleaned Book your orders early, as the time is being ^ rapidly taken up . * .' '.' House Cleaning & Renovating Co. Box ^87 Wi: XOW KAVE I\ STOCK BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS 'Congo Roofing," Cement Wooci Fibre, Vi/ire Nails, Metal Lalh, Structural Steel, Metallic Shingles and Siding, Cornices. MII\!|I^G Track Spike-'s, Coal Shovels, Picks, Packings, Waste, Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Valves, Etc. WRITE US FOR PRICES THE WESTERN SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. Office-Bryan Block Phone 1214 P. O. Box 1929 H. G. Hannan, of Kipp townsite, has | announced his intention to give to two \ churches a couple of lots each. The ! lots are situated near each end of Church street. He has not fixed to � what denoHiiuation to make the don- i ation. The sole comiition pertaining ' to the gifts are that the land be held for all time by the church. I The Working Qualities of the I SiiiUli ri'eiiiier I Typewriter ^ are perfect. There is no other 2) writing machine in the world ^ that can do the same accurate work a-j conveniently. P. O. Box 1929 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, Alta. Furniture Repairing and General Jobbing In rear of 918 Ford Street. Phone (iio. JOHN CRAIG. Itepnirs at the home promptly, attended to._ When in Vancouver it will be to yopr advantage to stay at the ^ HOTEL STRATHCONA The beftt middle - priced hotel in the city Great Enthusiasm Growing over the Sale of Kipp Townsite Lots ay /yceum leatre 'i acre plot south of city, will make a nice subdivision of 52 lots. Price |550 per acre, 1-3 cash. Adjoining lota seMing at $100 each. 2 corner ots In North Ward, 100x145, only |12o eftch, 1-3 cash. THE CANADIAN REAL ESTATE CO. PHONE 1011 BRYAN BLK.. LETHBRIDGE BOX 1989 A Few Choice Ones 2 fine coriler lots on Courtland and Ernest St. Water and sewer. ^1,300. Terms. 2 lots corner of lane on Ernest St. Sewer and Avater will be there shorth^ |1,200. Terms. 3 lots on William near corner of Court-land. 1550 each. Terms. 66x76 corner of Eound and London. 12,500. Easy terms. A restaurant for sale, takings |85 a day. $600 handles. A pool room for sale making large profits. All tables new. |650 handles. Balance easy. F. WADDINGTON & CO. Lyceum Building Phone 42r� AUCTION SALE 1 4 - TO-MORROW AT 41 AIMJVLE AVi;. AT 2.30 Frank G. Waddiiigton Instructed by owner wlio is leaving^ will stfli by ])ribJic anctioii, a ([iiaulity of useful noUSEIIOLl) i URNITUKE IiicliKling: Handsoino sideboa-Fd, diiiini;' l-i-ble, dining chairs, upholstered lounu'c. sol it' onk writing desk, dressers and shmds, beds, springs and mattresses, lOsterniotu- mattress in excellent condition, Eldridge drop head sewing macliine, rece.ntly new, heaters, rugs iind a 6-H()le Buck-Gooking range with reservoir and a la*)[^e quantity of kitchen utensils. , , On view mdrning of sale.___ ;