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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, May Pagetf LOWES Rising Values in Real Estate Have made more fortunes than all other factors combined. BUY RIGHT, in a city whose future prospects are bright, and Handsome Profits are Assured REAL ESTATE is pre-eminently the best investment for small savings, because it is first of all safe, and the person with small capital cannot afford to take too long a chance INVEST YOUR SAVINGS in a home or building lot in Lethbridge and your money will surely grow. Real Estate here is bound to go up. Present values are low as compared with what they will be a year hence. THE BEST PROPOSITION Well, we are in a position to show you that; to point out to you where your money will go farthest It will certainly pay you to call and see us before investing. Size up the propositions we give you below. HOUSE 7 roomed house and four lots in Block 66 Ford Street. Price Half cash. Balance 6 and 12 months. RESIDENTIAL 3 lots in Block (I. Westminster Road. Price Half cash. Balance arranged. HOUSE 6 roomed brick house. Fully modern. Size of lot 93 x 288 feet. All fenced and trees planted. Price Half cash. Balance 6 and 12 months. RESIDENTIAL 2 lots, Block 53, Street. Price 1-2 cash, balance easy. NORTH WARD 3 acre lots, Block 2, McKay Street. Price for the three. cash; balance 6 and 12 months. HOUSE 6 roomed cottage, cement foundation, 2 lots. Price 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months. F. C. LOWES AND COMPANY I Phone 311 Real Estate and Financial Brokers Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford St R. ANDERSON, Manager Lethbridge Branch OFFICES: CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER, HIGH RIVER, NANTON THE CANADIAN BANK MAGRATH TURNED OF COMMERCE DOWN BRADBURY HAVE INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVE ANY TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES. INSURANCE POLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES 171 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, St. Peter's Indian Reserve Case Wants More Reserves Opened i i (Special Correspondence.) Ottawa, April An illustration of che extremes to which the oppo- sition in the House of Commons is I willing to go in the effort to gain ad- vantage for the Conservative party by misrepresentation of the government C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager, j Of tne day, and the unfair tactics some members are capable of pur- to that end, was supplied by an A. J. BURNSIDE, Manager. incideilt jn the house one day last not only by his recital of the facts re- lative to the surrender of St. Peter's reserves, but by the action of Mr. Bradbury in availing himself of the p'rotection of che rules of privilege, which screened him from reply to his second attack, and In refusing or fail- ing at all events, to bring up the ques- tion in supply when full opportunity for discussion would have been afford- ed, while the policy of the govern- ment relative to the surrender of In- dian reserves was endorsed by the fact of Conservative members urging strongly the procuring of further sur- renders. It would seem that nothing could MEMORY STILL DEFECTIVE Winnipeg, May liis evidence before the A. G. W. Com- mission, Minty in telling of -the trip of the officials to Edmonton when the Commission commenced its sessions said that at Swift Current Clarke dis appeared and Minty inferred he had decided not to give evidence, thougi no one had told him that this what he was going to do. It was Ei A. J. BURNS1DE, Manager, j Of y C. H. ANDERSON, Manager, j slljn more clearly demonstrate that the on-1 Pl.v a strong inference. 5y purpose aimed at in the original ef- He did not see Clarke leave the fort to create a scandal was to Cre-jtrain- The latter simply disappeared ate sentiment favorable to the witness used the inference. Then CADILLAC '30' I wish to announce that my exclusive 1 agency for this territory has been acknowl- edged by the Oadilac people and orders have been issued for all other agencies to be dis- continued. We can furnish cars on short notice. T. S. McKENZIE I servative party by misrepresentation of the government. At the same time .Mr. Bradbury's action in insisting on VVIIBII tne week. OF CANADA Capital, Rest and la- divided Profits Exceed Protect Yonr Savings Hard earned savings disappear quickly in speculation. Large profits carry with them heavy risks of total loss. It is to he satisfied with the absolute security for both Principal and Interest afforded by this strong Bank. A Savings Account may be started with a Deposit of or upwards, on which Interest will be paid at highest current rate. We will welcome your account, whether large or small. Main Office cor. Round Rcdpath Sts I J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillle, Manager.__________ minister could not reply to Jrim, il- Minty went to Edmonton and remain- ed three days, leaving the night be- j fore the Commission sat. He said he Ii2.il left because Clarke VVB.S sot suing i to give evidence. He was willing him- .May Day celebration was observed .-is a holiday on the London Stock Ex- change and the financial institutions OUR STOCK OF ACCESSORIES is arriving daily and wo will HOTEL STRATHCONA The host, middle priced hotrl in the city nURTON and J. K. JACKSON Props. did Mr. Hrndbiiry make no effort ;o ('calling me by name. said.; levivo the nnostimi. bur the oppo-: sition a whole whose member.-' had solidly for Mr. want of confidence motion, was just as con-; spicuonsiy silent, wiiile two opposi-' tion member? Mr. Staple? and Mr.! better thu morning MasrraVh. the Minister of the will get you anotbc: box right can believe how I Ic't. I had given up nil hopes of living and bnd given my litti firl to my siatcr-in-law. One diy friend came to sft IDR, and r.ie.if I wera you Twould a of Miluura's Honrt and Nerve Pills ru; t'ne are good for brart trouble.' My husband gnt me a box. but for two days T was not feeling any better, but on the fourth d.iy my husband said. I believe those prtk doing you good.' I was able to say, 'Yes. I frel a good riral tter morning.' lie 'Wrll. I Interior to take further steps to pro- ruro furt.lior surrenders of Indian re-1 serves. i The circumstance? in relation to the judgment of this incident would, to a disinterested observer, consti- tute an acknowledgment thai Mr. Oli- ver's statements had been proven, took two boxes and three cio.srs out of tin third one. and I VF.S perfectly well and have not been sick fbm "I will never wiOisvit them in my home for God knows if it had not been for Milbum's Heart and Nervr. Pille, I would aot have hern now." Price, per box. 3 boxes for fl.25, at ail dealers or mailed direct oo receipt of price by The T. Milburn Limited Toronto K. W. .lark- son. Meireologie.il service, is on Monday on the. ion1.: j'V.irnry rnirt'i to the mouth of Kivc-r to inspect. Mie metreoloicical stations along the '1'iie furthest north station miles north of Hdmonton, but vol- untary oiiservations are taken by the Mount oil Police and others at posts f.ir into tiie north, the furthest, north of these volunrary posts is on Iler- scbell Island, in the Arctic Ocean, Next Hotel Arlington We are prepared to supply all orders .or Steam SLACK MINERUN or SCREENED Quality the best Price on application Delivered f.o.b. cars at any point The Lethbridge Land and Coal Co. Bank of Commerce Building with YVluTC only high grade will be handled. fitted Pitnlop tires and baii bearings A full years' guaranty. as The Eureka Coal Co. TASER, ALTA. nii'.kt'vs '2 and whee.i brake i nrar v. Aii kinds of oi.c here bound ction. Coaster spoil gears, free fitted. All ac- ASSETS A twenty-five year lease of ihf conl rights of Section Kight in Township Ten ilot. Range Sixteen (16) of the Fourth Meridian. in the Province of Alberta: and the plant, machinery ami workings situated on the said property, and surface right? Piiificient for the operations of the Company. CAPITALIZATION Seventy-five Thousand Dol- lars divided into seven hun- dred and fifty shares of One Hundred Dollars each. This proposition has: the of men who are working miners. STOCK SOLD BY THE IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. where inountevl police have taken ob- servations for years. L. New York, representing, it is un- derstood, several millions of New York capitalists. 5s In the city looking over the ground, with a view to in- vestment. It is understood that he will make investment? tn lands in the district. ;