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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 Letkbrldge Daily Hera id. Thursday, May Lethbridge Iron Works Co, Ltd. Founders and Machinists Boilermakers General Blacksmiths and Repairers Traction Engine Repairs a Specialty We carry a complete stock of Gear Wheels for Reeve's 32 H. P. Traction Engine. Spokes, Machine Bolts, Cap and Set Screws always in stock IKING DEWARD AS ASPECULATER Dabbled in American Se- curities and Made About in Walt St. During Past Few Mild Steel and Sheet Steel of all sizes Agents for Frictionless Babbit Metal avidf all other kinds of Babbit and Bar Tin. A full stock always on hand Boiler Tubes of all sizes in stock. One 11x14 Jenckes Plain Slide Valve Engine in first class order One Small Boiler Feed Pump in good condition One Cookson Feed Water Heater Lethbridge Iron Works Co. Ltd. Box 3010 Baroness Road Phone 332 New York, May 17. Now that, Wall sueetvhas dressed itself in som-1 bre garb, with the Slock the banking house of J. Morgan Co., and other commercial liisti lions draped iu sable and purple half-masted on all the principal build- ings, the American speculator is ask- ing "How much did King Edward inakt in his operations in the The answer comes readily and from the most authentic "About or auring the declining, years of his life. King Edward differed greatly ?rom the late Queen Victoria. Like the As- tors, Victoria had supreme confidence in real estate, and in her life Lime had acquired through trusted agents, in whom the title was vested, large parcels of real estate, including some! of the most dilapidated, and unwhole- some tenements in the city of New York. The class of property resem- bled to some extent that held by Trinity church, and the return there- on was enormous. Edward had true sporting instinct, whether it took the form of his rac- AWAITED 12 DAYS TO FILE ON LAND Have you ever done this. If not take this opportunity and let us show you that it can be done. Call at Saskatoon, SasK., May j wailing: for _ twelve days and "nights at! ing stable, a yacht, shooting or cours-j ing, so the money derived from the' i sale of his mother's American pro-! perty was invested in American, se- i curjties. I I And when King Edward in the New York stock market he did j it in truly regal fashion. On a Hyer in Steel common it was reported in Wall street to-day that prior to the panic of 1907 the king "cleaned up" a clear His! t activities were not confined to i but the king plunged heavily in both I Union and Southern Pacific, and made j vast sums of money out of his "trades." The monarch had an abiding confi- dence in the financial acumen of the late Edward H. Harriman, and it was not until Harriman, a few weeks prior to his death, had conveyed to SKETCH TILLEY REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE LOANS Live Stock Insurance Automobile Insurance SNAPS 30 foot lot, 75 feet deep on London Road, between Round and Crabb, Terms. 125 feet on Westminster Road by 100 feet on Bompas Terms 100 feet on Westminster Road between Dufferin and Bompas, terms 2 lots block 60 on lane facing bar- racks Terms come a re_ Room 11, Stafford Block, Round street For a the door of the land office here, a lhe price o[ stocks Wfls loQ h- h well known and highly respected, thafc there musfc inevitablv young lady teacher in the Alexandra j actiOQ Bdtish school was successful this morning m doned Wall 3freet as filing on a hali section of land locat- cd within two and a half miles of the! Watch this space FOR GOOD SAFE BUYS fidd Qf spccu. KiQg faad practicallv closed ira oi Kiadersley. The property to- 0-ut al{ his accoimts prior to'Decem- dajr is valued at Miss Wil- ber and ia iastance at a 'iamc tr..-ik hpr nnsitmn at. -tVip drmr' Hams took her position at the door last! handsome profit. o: the land office a week ago In in Wall street Thursday morning and from that time King Echvard wag aided in two direc. until this morning, when the home- tions> First> he had ihe advice o[ stead was thrown open, she .never left! that astutc English fmancicri Sir Er_ SKETCH TILLEY Phone 1343 Cor. Round and Dufferin Sts. this'ARNPRIOR DRUGGIST Prescription write >to the D. D. Laboratories, Departmei j Jordan street, Toronto. visits were maae to countrv by Sir Ernest Casscl, al-j ENDORSES D. D. D.! Laboratories, Department L. H., :23 except in the innermost cir-j cries, none knew that these Canadian druggists are becoming i journeys to N7cw York" were for thcjemhuslastic about D_ D. D. they TO i G t. IM ti nest Cassel, and, secondly, the good! And literature telling you all about it. J. J. Horsfall Chas. Marshall Canadian General Superintendents her stand but stuck faithfully to her! notwithstanding the fact that] will> to say nothing Qf the of i sne had a great deal of inconvenience j Amcricatt miUionaires thoroughly assumc an upward tendency quainted with conditions in Wall' to put up with. She had made up express pufPosc of investing 'the of England'2 surplus sovereigns m Aincrican securities, usually on a "sure tip" that the market would it reaii_v cures their customers ol" other torturing skin dis- GENERAL CONFERENCE her mind to get the valuable half sec- tion that had been cancelled and was or to be thrown open for entry, and de-j society cidcil to hold her position until to- day no matter how difficult the prob- lem would be. She was successful. WILL BUILD IN ROSEDALE. street, but who desired to curry fav- who ruled in English i He generally made his headquarters atj j the banking of Kuhn, Loeb Jt .Mr. and Mrs. A. Lonquist and fam- ily are occupying the O'Hagan home on temporarily. Mr. Lonqulst owns a fine double corner in Kosedale luMition, and plans are being drawn for a nice bungalow to be in uie near future. I "Kosedale Uon is right by the I city's paric, ana I can'i see why that common is attributed i isn't the best place for a home. 1 i want to get away from the dust and dirt of the city, whiqh is bound to greater as Lethbridge grows Jin commercial ?-iid Mr. l.-or.fjUisL to-dav_ The open sesame in English society is a presentation at court. Where the' American millionaire or banker hsti j i been an aid to the king's advisers in an American investment, and especial- ly where the venture had turned out to be successful, it was not a difficult matter to have swung open the doors of Buckingham palace tt a king's levee in behalf of some of the Ameri- can's kinswomen. Thc King Edward is said to have made by his plunge in Steel solely to the good offices of an American million- aire who had plainly told the British monarch that Steel was a "good thing" in thc American market and bound to result in a profit. Wall street recalls that many mys- In December, prior to the break in; Rock Island and long before the by the slump in nelson, B. C.. May British Columbia Methodist conference in session here elected the following delegates to the general conference in Victoria next September: "J have handled D. D. D. ever since j Ministers, Rev. W. J. Sipprell, D. you commenced advertising it in Can- D Uev K Newton Powell. Ilev. A.E. This is what Druggist Chambers, of Arnprior, Ont., wrote us on Nov. 10 acia, as I know it to be good, having it for several years in Belt, Mon- in coalan Iron, WaU street heard satisfaction Roberts, Rev. J. H. White, D.D., A. M. Sanford, B.A., B.D., Rev. S. S. Osterhout. Ph. D.T Rev. John Robson, B.A.. Hev. R. Miliiken, B.D. Reserve J. CHAMBERS, delegates, Rev. B. J. Thompson, Rev. found it gav that the king was liquidating his Am- erican holdings in a quiet and incon-1 spicuous manner and taking a hand-j For years doctors tried to cure Gal vert and Rev. J. R Betts. some prufit- lie f.r.5Hy got out throygh the blootl. As it is cans-! The laymen elected wore. George that his winnings eci by germs in the skin itself, they Bell, Knderby; D. S. Curtis, New souw pro it was 1 were not far short of naturally not very successful. Westminster; J. P. Rice, Kamloops; at the time of his death his holdings; Then came D. U. D. Prescription K. Harris, Vancouver; A. Lee, were of so infinitesimal a character; a mild, soothing, yet penetrating com- j Victoria; G- R. Gordon, Vancouver; as to cause no alarm as to their dis-; pound of oil of wintergreen, thymol, position. I glycerine, etc.. that kills the germs in the inner skin, relieves the awful Cranbrook barbers have organized a ijicli. and cures. We feel sure that union. D. D. will do for you what it has .-----------------------idone for sr> innry others. Johnston Dr. John Wilson, ex-mayor of land Jackson. Druggists. London, is dead. For free trial bottle of D. D. D. J. Patrick. Nelson; Keenleyside, Vancouver. Reserve delegates, W. N. Mitchell, Victoria; K. W. Lceson, Vancouver; H. II. Stevens, Vancou- ver. Mr. A. T. Neil, assistant tax collec- tor in Hamilton, died suddenly. LAKESIDE LAKESIDE Still a few Lots left in this Sub-division. Free ride to see these Lots. Alexandra Excursion leaves our office Wednesday nignt at O.ou ar GET IN BEFORE THE RISE wn Have You Heard About The Street Railway Open Evenings G. WADDINGTON CO. i! tx i bu Next Door to Alexandria Hotel ;