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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, May FAIRMONT The Great Industrial Sub-Division When Fairmont was put on the market the people of Lethbridge immediately saw that it was good in fact that the purchase of a lot in Fairmont was the best investment for a small amount of money to be obtained. The reason that they bought was, not because they thought it might be good, but because they knew it was good; a glance at a map of the city showed them that it was good; also the Afact of the city locating their Industrial-Reserve beside Fairmont showed that it was good and the city fathers recognized the fact that the city had to grow in that direction. What better or safer investment can be asked! The people who know are buying Fairmont; and the lots of Fairmont are being snapped up very quickly, so do not NOW. Prices Ranging From to Terms One-fourth Cash; Balance 3, 6 and 9 Months F. C. LOWES COMPANY Real Estate and Financial Brokers J. R. Anderson, Manager Lethbridge Branch Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford Street Offices: Calgary, Lefhbridge, Edmonton, Vancouver, High River, Nanton TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS of the commissioners and city council The Oliver Chilled Plough Co.. he will handle both the posi- Souiii Bend, Ind.. is establishing a Can jiion of city clerk-and comptroller, adian factory ai Hamilton. It will! Edmonton district .Methodists in employ 2000 hands. j convention decided that the Lime was The C. N. R. will not reach opportune for prohibition and fav- uniil next spring. jored continuing the campaign for lo- A If red Xewham. city option. will make application for the position: The Bank of Hamilton will build oi ciiy clerk of Calgary. He will sub- j fine branch banks at Swan Lake and mil a proposition for the consideration i Rowland. Man. PLOWING ENGINES for immediate delivery. We can deliver at once 25 h.p. engines and after June 5th 32 h.p. engines. Xonc better and we have seen none so good. arc Cases. Engine Plows also on hand. OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES Largest garage in Alberta under erec- tion. We will use you right. CITY PROPERTY F A KM LA N1 >S IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. WHO WOULD BE REGENT IF KING GEORGE DIED. Suffragettes Wilt Oppose Bill Appoint- ing Duke of Connaught. New York, .May T. a'.ead cables from London thai an in- teresting' question lias been raised concerning the British regency. Prince Edward, the lieir to the throne, is only sixteen years of and cannot ascend the throne as king until he is eighteen, consequently if ALBERTA WHEAT IN MEXICO. 20.000 Tons of This Grain Sent Diaz's Country in Past Two Months. to Ottawa. .May trade wuu Mexico is rapidly growing in im- portance, and Captain Wersnop, man- should such a course be deemed ad- Mr. W. R. Trotter May Go to England visable. Mr. Trotter for some time- extensive as ours. To combat this CANADIAN LABORITE IN BRITAIN Labor movement in Great Britain tendency' and to develop heavy-yield- ing early varieties is the purpose of the Agricultural Societies in offering these handsome prizes. It is believ- ed that by stimulating a spiri: of friendly rivalry and by offering mater- ial reward to the successful Farmers, to Contest Seat in Approaching Elections. past has acted as immigration agent I for the Dominion Trades and Labor Council. It is understood that Mr. Toronto. Mav regard to the Vm- Glocklin- of the Uom- ager of the Canadian steamship line neighborhood may be effected. _ rriie ciinnnrr nf hnrli fho Prnvi the quality of the crops in a whole of some Qf Ule promincnt Trades Congress, has given the. on the Pacific, has great faith in iis j continuance. i Captain Wersnop was in the city to- ay en route to Vancouver from Great anything happens to King George jnjbrilain- mission across the At- next two years, a regency will beilantic was to secure new steamers for the route. At present there are two j steams hips in -rlie company's employ, In order to provide against this jnlllliirig monthly sailings from Van- contingency, it is probable thai a re- established. Appoint Duke of Connaught. couver to .Mexican ports. One of The support of botli the Provincial and Dominion governments is behind these competitions. The former gives hor men to send one of their number his enUorsatlon, in addition to to Great Britain to contest one of the i constituencies at the coming election on behalf of the British labor party. Mr. J. G. O'Donoghue, solicitor for the Congress. a money grant and the latter supplies ,eller nas rcceivecl froin Ml, expert judges to inspect the fields. secretary of the The majority of the more progres- sive agricultural societies in the pro- vince have already- organized compe- titions. GERMAN SCHOOL TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Commander C. D. Roper, R. N., has Labor Party of Great Britain in which [arrived from Plymouth to be naval he states that the matter will be co Admiral Kingsmill. AT LETHBRIDGE. With the enormous growth of the jency hill will be brought into is lo be replaced by a larger ment as soon as it re-assembles. tship, and it is possible that a third It is generally understood that witl he added so as to enable. D'ike of Connaught will be appointed Ithe company to make sailings from as restfiu. It is also probable lhat every three weeks. of Lethbridge, the German ponul.v i vehement protest will be made against) A quantity of freight Ition fias increased very rapidly, and! this, as ii is contended by the suf-! finds iis way from -the Canadian it lias been decided upon by j 'ragettes and their friends that :he' [antic seaboard to British Columbia many Germans to have a German! proper person to be regent, while the [ports by steamship to the coast of [school, in order that their children are; King is a minor would be the King's j Mexico, thenc- by the Wersnop line, [able not only to have control over; mother, who, naturally would have-Slfcvi fur the mountain section or Uhe English, but also to master cussed at a meeting of the executive on the of this month. Mr. Mac- donald states that the matter is one of great note and importance, and will so be dealth wkh. The name of Mr. K. Trotter is mentioned as the Canadian who would A circus bund scared a policeman's horse in Newark. X. .1., and when some one shouted that a lion was loose, children were t.rumpled by the panic stricken crowd. Five carloads of macaroni, contain- ing a poisonous coloring substance. he chosen 10 represent the Canadian were destroyed in New York. more influence over him than his! the G. T. P. are being shipped from mother language. 4 fine lots on Westminster Road. S525 each. Terms easy. Single lots in Duff Addition for S425 each. Close in. Terms. 4 roomed housf. brirk fnunrl.ition. Rood basomi-ru. 'rub hay loft. Water and .-'owor will he then1 s.Iir.rtiy. one-half cash. l-.Tiance easy. T rooiwi! standing on 2 ;i hnlf in Argylc Avo.. 53750. S1300 cash, balance 6. 12. 18. Mortgage of Quirk LunHi Counter Sale. Takings month. fiur-d S750. cash, balance in five months. great uncle, and who would undoubted X, S.. to Prince Kupert, B. C., All Germans, should not hesitate! ly appointed co that, post but lor by inis route, and at present there i whether to send their children or her sex. ,arc somt hundred tons of freight1 No Lack of Ability. Jin Montreal awaiting shipment. it not.j or iliink this kind of work will be un-i }successful, but call it their sacred I These femminists point our. begins'is a class or freight that cannot profit- duty to sond their children. We i e in mind ;he history of Queen Victoria. :'My be transported across the contin-jthe Gorman Kvangelical Lutheran Dial it cannot ho protended that mar, is incapable of fulfilling duties ekher or .sovereign or regenr. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Henry M. Hoibml. police magis- trate at Cobourg. Out., in endeavoring lo s.ivc the inmates in his son-in-law.s hmiso. which was burning was sufro- ent by rail. church have established many of these l-'rom Vancouver the chief parochial schools in the dif- _. Terent parts of the country, and they ity shipped is wheat from Alberta. Xo less than 20.000 tons of this grain aviiig beeir. carried to Mexico during all prove to be a success. We do not only promise our pupils to death. K. W. Craig has the last four months. These cargoes a fair education in German b'.t destined for Kuropo, but arejshall try our utmost io keep up with tho public schools. The nfternoon will therefore be devoted upon 'the j for the supply of the Mexican domest- boen I In two yearn tin? trade with Mexico appointed ihas arisen from to 000 -own progenitor for Winnipeg, sue- and i: is estimated that the tnule for edms; II. W. WhiMa, who resigned, the current year will reach sit least When sufficiently commod- retries FpaSI. an Knglisuman, died I in fit. Ariiiur Arbour, or Montreni, tJrowneil off Helen'.-, stnriios of rhc Knglish literature. And.j abovo. nil, the Holy Scripture will taught in all its truth and purity, that our children may learn the way unto; salvation through which is in1' Hc-hfTt. one of !hc pioneers ions elevators shall have boon Christ. Jesus. j ia: Vancouver, the shipment of grain! now. pause, for a moment, and! from by ;iic Mexican route ishbink what, a preal responsibility par-! The Alexandra Red Car leaves our offices for our new sub-divi- sion Lakeside on Wednesday at p.m. Jjtto down and por inonlli. F. WADDINGTON CO. LYCEUM BLDG. PHONE 426 Alfred of the Waikerville. j ferry bo.-it. Ariel, was killed by a j Thomas a retired commer- died at iiracobridge, In god exported io ro.ich substantial propor- )Cnfs have if they fail to bring up Their tions. PRIZES FOR CLEAN CROPS. i children in the nurture and .idmoni-i ]tlon of the Lord. Kurthor information as to where and when this sohe.M win open are. Local agricultural societies in Aiber- Rillnl.v on reijncs-t hy the .-ire giving 5100 prizes for ;he larm- islor German _Kvanpelical Luth-[ er who produces ihe best ten acres of Joran Hev. Frert. Xohe. I', o. j Benson, a C. N. U. Box 31107. City. i found doad in bed in n Tort Hope1 According to W. C. McKillienn, lloto1- ofifcer of the Dominion 1 Kclward Quinn. serving a term at! Mrs. O. M. Pnn0 disappeared from; Branch, these competitions will have Kingston, for attempting to rob al lenving a note saying she was a far reaching effort in improving the. [bank messenger, was deported. i .lity of the grain produced in the Nitroglycerine, caused nn explosion going to commit, suicide. j A resolution in the S. House of'pnninco. which almost wrecked the Representatives that, the j It is difficult to prevent the mixing j Hospital, Paris, nnd the jinniigiivalion be in April instead of jot varieties of grain and -the spread thought, the comet had struck '.March was defeated. jof weeds in a system of farming so'earth. Bicetyrc i inmates) the WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS If you cannot find a lot to suit you in the list below we have plenty of others that we would be pleased to show you. BUILDING LOTS DUFF ADDITION Block 22, faces Cutbill St Block 23, faces Bartlett Block 20T faces Burdelt St Block 2-4, Lots 30-40 Block 20, Lots BRUCE STREET Lots I) and 10 each CUTBILL STREET Block 6, Lois 02-9G inclusive each Block 0, Lots rjD-IOU each LONDON AND ERNEST Block AB.J GLYN STREET Squill of Court land, 3-1x125 REID STREET Lot 9, 42 1-2 x ERNEST STREET Two level lots nt each WESTMINSTER Block 26, Lots encb Two splendid lots near Argyle COUTTS Several good lots close in for 1 WE COLLECT addition to the above we have the Ix-st. lot.-; in Blocks 126, 127, 12S, etc. What do you know about these for factory siios. See the spur track running alongside of thorn. 100 feet Iddington Ave. North Lethbridge, lots 7 to 17 inclusive. We can soil those at a special of Easy terms. Our car will take you over these, at. your request. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Co. Suite 205, Sherlock Bldg. Cor. Redpath Glyn Sts. PHONE 544 WE COLLECT RENTS COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS ;