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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 14 The Lethbridge Daiiy May 27. On Coming to this country, Many years ago; We straightway formed a Company Just to let the people know That although we have no forests, We have lumber just the same, That is cheap and sure to suit you, And that's our greatest aim. If ever you come to Lethbridge, Just stop in and see our pile; For our lumber from across the ridge Is certainly just your style So when you need some lumber, And have little cash to pay Just ask us about our terms, And buy this very day from us THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submitted by Ivie Heninger Magratb in the Pioneer Lumber Co.'s Ad Competition at urrow at 3 o'clock and A. L McDONALD, Auctioneer Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Pan! issue was sold to the French market at SS The stock exchange settlement now in progress here shows a small increase in the speculative position since a fortnight ago, more especially in. English and foreign railway issues. The carry-over rate Is about one-quar- ter per cent, above that ruling ai the ilast settlement. Markets toda very stagnant but there was a. fairly ood tone. Consols advanced 1-S but Manager of Popular Juvenile Opera Com- pany Faces Several Serious Charges The Calcutta, India. Statesman con- f ages connection with the samn cir-i tains the following aesparcues rehit- jcumstances. ing to the Pollard Lilliputian Opera j His Lordship found that on various closed unchanged. Home'rails were Company. The telegrams are inter- higher, mine shares sold off. Dis-jesting owing to frequent appear- occasions Pollard had lost control of himself and had subjected the counts were firmer here and at Vi- enna today; at Amsterdam they were lower: Paris exchange on London 1-2 centime lower at 115 francs -S cen- times; Berlin rate l-'2 pfd. higher at L'O marks 51 1-4 pfd. Stocks at Toronto Toronto. .May 25. Rio JJ14-S4, 5; Bun 5-SO; Twins 40, 11 l-S 12; Porto JKico bonds Mackay S-SS; jpref. 1SO-S5 o-l; Can. Land 5-15'J 1-2; {Can. Pac. 30-19S, 7; P. I li'3; Coal 7 1-2; P. bonds. 10-OUU-S3 1-4 j 1-2; Pfr. 5-105: i Commerce 2-207 F. C. paid o- Quebec L. Steel 25U-tt7 GOOD CROPS RAISE STOCKS 550-12S, (j; C. P. 11. anil Intel-national Harvester Stock Expect Big Money New York, .May '25. TWO move- ments in Wall Street today were bas- connected with the harvester trust are predicting ail sorts of things for their stock based on actual cumins: and the i Reserve 100-297 outlook for the year. Despite ail ru-jMeehan LOOQ_ niors ot" deals there is nothing more! _i in the Canadian Pacific movement but increased earnings due to pre- paration for a bumper cron in Can- Gen. Elec 5-105 3-4: Montreal Power 3-8, 4: Doin. 21-240; Toronto 'Elect. 15-115: Packers (B) 1-4, jS; Mex. L. P. bonds 15-UUU-S7; Soo 25-131) 5-8; Can. Perm. 12-1 Dairy pfd. 4-SJS; Elec. Dev. bonds 5-000 5-JS; La Rose 345-455, 42; Tretheway Xipissing 1.865-11.75, Peterson 200, 25 Beaver ance of the Pollard children in this'Utren to cruel and unjustifiable ileuce. Improper intimacy with city. vio- one Madras, April chieC presi- or the girls of the company had 'been dency magistrate, Madiras, passed fully proved, and Pollard had broken orders today in the case in which A.'the contract regarding the education H. Pollard, proprietor of Pollard's of the children. The revolt of the! Lilliputian Opera Company, charged children did not appear to have been F. J. House, contracting engineer, with brought about by any .sinister inilu- kidnapping certain minor members of euces on the part of House. There] the troupe. The magistrate held that would be danger to the children if the evidence of the defence witnesses they returned to Pollard, and regard- sufficiently proved that .Mr. Pollard ing corruption there was even strong- consented to the removal of the chiller evidence that they would suffer dreu from his charge and that con-lamination. Plaintiff had by his Rouse bona fide believed that he disentitled himself to the cus- Mr.. Pollard's valid consent to their; tody of the children and his appllca- removal. The accused was therefore' tion was dismissed with costs, the de- acquitted. jt'endams undertaking to send the chil- ACOOSE BEAT MARSH. Greufell, Sask., ada. Neither of these stocks is very the run defeated Johu popular in AVall street trading in a nvelve niile race here_ Orders were also passed today in: dren back to Australia, .Mr. .Counsel another matter relating to Pollard's being in charge of the boys, and Miss Lilliputians. This was in the high >riiom of -the girls. -The children will court before Mr. Justice Walls, in the leave Colunibo for Australia on the vu: case in which Pollard applies for inst. injunction to restrain Rouse from giv-j of the Lilliputian ing public performances with the aid company who filed suits for waj of minor members of the company, and passage money from Pollard have and to restrain him from taking decrees from the small cause j children out of the jurisdiction of the'court. They took out warrants lor'the May Pending the disposal of the suit! arrest of Pollard in execution of the filed against Rouse for Rs 50.000 dam-! decrees. PLOWING ENGINES for immediate delivery. We can deliver at once 25 li.p. engines and after June 5tli 32 li.p. engines. None better and have seen none so good. They are Cases. Engine Plows also on hand. OVERLAND AUTOMOBILES Largest garage'in Alberta under erec- tion. We-will use yon right. GITY PROPERTY FARM LANDS IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. ed on the belief in good crops. they are both at such high levels that The runners see-sawed were tne nigh records in Canadian 1they are as Indian having but Pacific and International The highest authority on nounced that there is an Harvester. iron an- especially wiiat the insiders believe the true sit- of the crops. throughout, few yards Time: 70 min. -50 sec. The London Market London, May the: Captain A. Hunter will be appointed ____ _ ood demand for light bars as used! American railway" a fMl "d game .Inspector ;of for agricultural machinery aid people ported sold at Paris, it is said that SUCCeS3UH1 t0 Mr' J' S' Uebster" A PROMINENT AMERICAN WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE LOANS Live Stock Insurance Automobile Insurance Snap in Close-in House 37 1-2 feet by 162.5 feet, 7 roomed mod- ern house TERMS: cash, mortgage at 6 per cent for 10 years, balance every 3 months. 2 lots block 42, facing barracks, for pair price Small cash payment, balance easy Single lot on lane, block 124, facing east 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 Block 23, faces Bartlett....................... Block 20, faces Burdett Block 24, Lots 39-10 Block 25, Lots BRUCE STREET Lots 0 and 10..........................? each CUTBILL STREET Block 0, Lots 92-9G inclusive each Block each LONDON AND ERNEST Block GLYN STREET South of Court land, REID STREET Lot 9, 42 1-2 x ERNEST STREET level lots each I WESTMINSTER Clock 20, Lots each Two splendid lots near Argyle Ave...........? COUTTS Several good lots close in In addition to the above we have the bnst lots in Blocks 127, 128, etc. What do you know about these for factory sites. See the spur track running alongside of them. 400 feet Iddington Ave. North Lethbridgt, lots 7 to 17 inclusive. We can sell these at a special price of Easy terms. Our car will take you over these, at your request. Lots 29, 30, 31; block 31, on Smith street Price each Price to be advanced June 1st to per lot SKETCH TILLEY Phone 1343 Cor. Round and Dufferin Sts. Suite 205, Sherlock Bldg. Cor. Redpath Glyn Sts. PHONE 544 WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS Attorney-General of the United States President Taffa Government have just what you require to make those finishing touches to your house now you arc ready. COME and SEE Standard Furnishing Company Show Rooms Opp. the Herald Block 324 Crabb Street. Phone 483. OLD OFFENDERS IN COURT AGAIN Accused of Robbing C. P Caboose Last Winter Two men are under arrest charged with theft and the city police believe they have laid their hands upon a bunch responsible for many thefts in the city. Jack Ardell. a. plasterer by trade and with several convictions Yesterday Chief of Po'lice Giilespie and Detective Kgan searched the shack occupied by Ardell. Gamin, Fisher and an invalid named "Yorkie" Hopkins. The shack, which is sit- uated on Bora pass street east of Lon- don Road, was described by the chief in court as a veritable pigsty and to- tally unlit for human habitation. In the shack was found a quantity of pro- perty, including a number of lamps used by the city for placing at street excavations during the night. In the pockets of accused were found p.wn against him. and Chas. Fisher, are the tickets, men. The former was arrested yes-i "Yorkie" Hopkins, who was found terday by Detective Egan and the lat-jin the shack at the time or the offic- ter by Constable Kroning. Both were jer's visit, was suffering from a loath- up in the police court yesterday morn- ing and were remanded until Monday to enable further inquiries to be made. Jonn Cantin, a partner of Ardell's, at present serving a term of two months in the barracks, may also be charged jwith them. Back in the winter a C. P. R. ca- boose was broken into and robbed, a quantity of clothing and other things belonging to trainmen being taken. Monday Neil an engineer, pos- itively identified a coat and vest being worn by Fisher is being his, and the coat and vest being worn by Ardeli were also Identified as property that froro. the caboos some disease and was taken to the police court and booked on a vagrancy charge. He was formerly a miner but has been unable to work for the past two years. At the police court Mie chief asked for his committal, not be- PRINTERS WILL KE-ELECT OFFICERS Pres. Lynch Leading by a Big From Canada Indianapolis, May 23. Reports if torn 577 of the 700 unions, of the In- ternational Typographical union in- dicate that wiih prohahly one excep- tion all the national officers have been re-elected. The exception D. Fennessy, of Los Angeles, the to- tal showing that Michael Powell of Ottawa, Canada, is leading hy sev- eral hundred majority in the race for trustee of the union printers' home at Colorado Springs. The reports received at the general j office here indicate that, James M. cause he wished to make a criminal j Lynch, president, will be re-elected or him but for his own good, that he by a majority of about 7000, while might be looked after. Hopkins ac- quiesced and was ordered detatnod for three months without hard labrr. Tlie man is in a bad shape, being tbie to walk only with ,1 shuffling gait.