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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Monday, May FAIRMONT THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL SUB-DIVISION Many men in are financially independent living off the income of good real estate investments. Money wisely invested in real estate will not only yield you a good rate of interest but the advancing value of the investment will materially in- crease your capital. There isn't a surer or safer investment on the market today than FAIRMONT. If you aren't thoroughly con- vinced, note the following reasons why Fairmont is the best investment on the market to-day. FAIRMONT is the best situated in Lcth- o ridge. It is close in, being- within the City Limits. It is in direct line ot growth with the city. The city cannot grow in any other dii-eH'-ou on ac- of the river to the west and several Bailees to the .south. North Ward is the most rapidly grow ing portion of the city. Westminster Road, which is only lour blocks from FAIRMONT, will, in a very short time, be the main fousi- 1 ness street oi the city. The city has located their industrial reserve which they intend using for factory sites on the east side of Fairmont. The city has crowded up against FAIRMONT. The C. P. R. runs along' the southern boundary of FAIRMONT and already the w hole southern front has been bought up for trackage property. Property is selling' far out beyond FAIRMONT in all directions. Lots adjoining' FAIRMONT are selling at from to lot. F. C. LOWE Real Estate and Financial Brokers J. R. Anderson, Manager Lethbridge Branch COMPANY Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford Street Offices: Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, High River, Nanton ing the navy as a profession, he is a most enthusiastic sailor, and lias a great liking for mechanics. He is unusical, with a good tenor voice, and has acquitted himself, well at college for college, Princess Mary has found her chief "Companion in Prince Henry. They tire very much attached to each other. Prince? Henry is an extremely inter- entertainments. He joined the choir jesting boy, and gives evidence of hav- the nation is mourning their, sister in cross-stitch and wool Crochet, aLd returned.it to the owner with King, ant" -be flags fly half-mast, there hearts among tne Royal child- ren grieving for the loss of "grand- ever their very good friend. Their Characters and individuality have become ot great public importance. Two of them will in due course take new titles. The ev- er-popular Prince will become at his father's Prince of Wales, and bonny 'rincess Mary Princess Royal. remaining" four boys, Prince Albert, Prince Henry. Prince George and Prince John. will, all being well, figure in the distant future as royal dukes. The education and upbringing of the Hoyal children has been on eminently modern lines. At Cottage, San- dringham, they have much ot their time in healu... outdoor exer- cise, and have been gradually Initiat- ed into book learning. They have been trained to use their and their hands, and to acquire by observation. At. the 'icchnical Schools, Laridringham, rbey practise needleworK and wood carving. The young Princes can compete with their and each year they send some ot their; charming courtesy. handiwork to the Needlework Guild, of which their mother is Presiuent. Princess as Cricketer. At Frogmore House, in Windsor Park, the Royal children have delight- At Sandringham, too, they have fcj recreations. There is a new crl- been brought up in friendly associa-! ground, which grandpapa caused tion with the rural people. The j t0 be made for them, where the young Princes play football a-'.d cricket on Princes captain teams of boys from the recreation ground with the vil- Eton college and St. George's, and la.se boys, and practise at the Princess also tries her s'Mm. which King Edward provided a's-xm at a game. During the di-lblo years ago for the youth of the'craze Royal children played with district. At Christinas they help keenest zest, and the young entertain school children, and join i French boy, Marcel Meunier, gave a in their merrv-makin display of his skill for hem at Marl- A Dleasurable part of the educatior borough House. From Frogmore, too, of the Hoyal children is visiting the tner go on delightful pic nics to Vir- sights ot London, under the guidance) of their tutors, Mr. Hansell and Mr. Hua. know their Tower and Zoological Gardens thoroughly, 4nd have been to the principal muse- ums. That reminds me ot ar. in- cident whicr happenec" some little time ago. wh..-n the two elder Princes accompanied their roothr. to the Tate Gallery. A lady dropped her purse near where the Royal party were Branding, and instantly Edward Water, where the brig Edward VI1." lies moored on the lake This smart little cratt was provid- ed by "grandpapa." and on it Prince Edward and Prince Albert took their first lessons in seamanship before They went to Osborne College, and now ii serves lor a training craft for the younger Princes. It is at Frog- more also that the Royal children practise riding and driving under the tuition cf Mr. Stratum, who has been shortly after.going to Osborne. The time is now approaching when he will start on an educatinal cruise as his father did in his yoAith. Princess Mary, die only daughter, and known from her birth in 1SD7 as the "Jubilee is a line, bonny girl, with fair hair and blue eyes, a nigh spirit and a desire to emulate her brothers in most things. She loves her pony and dogs, and likes to be out of doora is much as possible, expeditions with her gover- ness are also a source of great pleas- ure. She has a savings bank account t a end post office, and tran- sacts the business herself. She is quick ana bright at her studies, but not particularly fond of books. The young princess has already begun her domestic training, and has taken cook- ir.e lessons. The chief event of her so far, was when she accompan- Vu her parents to the court of Nor- way. She was somewhat "puzzled to know how "Aunt Maud" had become a Queen. Since her elder brothers left home "You i.eed not hesitate to Alberta's Pride as one of the very best beers on the market "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never be- fo. have I turned out a product with which I was so well s? .isfied as 1 am with Letf bridge beer.' "With such fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley anil I ever saw, we are enabled to product a beer of which I am exceedingly proud." Drink ALBERTA'S PRIDE If you use beer at bor'.e get a sample case. You'll like iL believe you'll sav i.'.'s the best you ever drank. PHONE NO. We The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Ltd. PHONE NO. 354. lag musical ability. He is keen and quick, and proved quite a shrewd crit- ic of- Dr: Byrd-Page when he gave a entertainment on the young Prince's birthday. He volunteered to hold ihe conjurer's arm, and did so vith a business-like grip, determined that he would get to the bottom of the trick.. Prince Henry has tried the thin? himself, but, alas I tne balls will not vanish from and return myster- iously to r.he bag. Prince Albert ilunks he might manage the trick if he "had and Princess Mary in- clines to the belief that she could do it if she were a boy. Prince Henry is staying for his health at Broadstairs and Princess Mary has gone to keep him company. They are adding to their collection of shells and sea weeds, some of which will doubtless be sent with their next parcel of gifts to some of the children's hospitals It is the our new King and Queen to train their six children so that in future years they may be an honor to the nation and a power fo good in the worltf. darted forward, picked up .the purse j groom to their father for many years. ...__________ j They have two pairs of driving ponies one dark and ths other beautiful cream-colored ponies given to them by Mr. George Sanger. The Windsor hc.iie farm and dairy, close to Frogmore House, afford tlie children endless diversion, and have somewhat eclipsed their old love, I Sandringham Dairy. ,n the haymak- ing season they have glorious times in Windsor Great Park. All the Royal children have cam- eras, and receive instruction from Hua, one of their tutors and a skilled photographer. They vie with each other in filling ohotographic albums with snapshots, a..d may nossibly have' some sympathy with the who are not permitted to -snapshot _them. They have also their post- card albums, which contain quite a wonderful colection views sent by their parents from i.ie Colonies and India, and many cards signed "From grandpapa." Those from Biarritz will have a sad significance now. Prince Edward, is known in the family circle as played the role of elder brother, even in his ear liest years. The newcomers were "the children." for whom his protect- I ing and admonitory care were quite i necessary. There were times, iiow- when the "new as Prince Albert was culled, showed signs of re- bellion against nursery sway of his elder brother, and one iirfr mother was deeply shocked io find them .disputing the possession of the rocking-hon c wiih blows. But their father "Let them fight it out: tl.cy will ,ie better friends nfter- A GOOD CHANCE Fora live bus- iness Pool Hal! ing Alley Tor Sale In a thriving town. GRANT MOIR Real Estate Agents Alta. SAYS CABINET IS TRUST MACHINE en in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city D BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props.' it was the wish of King Edward that his grandsons should receive a naval education. lie seen its value in the case of his own sons, and always regretted he had not had a sim ilar training in his own youth. AC- cordingly Prince Edward entered th jKoyal Naval College, Osborne, and I conformed in all respects to the rout jine life of a cadet. Prirce Albert fol- lowed a year later. ney are con- tinuing their studies at me "Naval Col- Dariimuun. Prince Edward's Charm. Prince Edward, who now stands so near the throne. Is a great favorite with everybody. HR has great charm and dignity, and a happy knack of do- ing just the right thing. Though his position will preclude him from follow Phone 1014 P. 0. Box frn; us before' you your WELL CASING J( pay you The Western Supply Equipment Co Warehouse Baroness Road Office Bryan Block Washington, May ma chines look alike to declared Mr. Barnhart of in prefac- ing a criticism oi the organization of the house and republican party in a speech in the house to-day. Can nonism, he said, was odious beca it represented a system and not be- cause of the personality of the ma "H Mr. Tatt ami Mr. Roosevelt arc not with he said, "they are long on silence and short on '.how." The cabinet influence, lie said, was one representative of trusts." Wicker sham, Dickinson, Nagcl and Balling; er, he declared, arc corporation at- torneys and .promoters. Hitchcock Meyer and Knox arc professional poll ticians and MacVcagh and Dickinson arc scli-proicsscd democrats who have never voted their party ticket since it declared against criminal combina- tions of capital and opposed a system of government which fosters million- aire making at llic unholy expense of the toiling millions. The only way to get rid of this system, he said, was to vote the re- publican party out of power. 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 faces Cutbill St. Block 23, faces Bartlett Ulock 20, faces Burdett St. ____ Block 24, Lots 39-40 Block 25, Lots 23-24 BRUCE STREET Lots 9 and 10 each CUTBILL STREET Block 6, Lots 92-96 inclusive each Block C, Lots 09-100 inclusix'e each LONDON AND ERNEST Block ABJ ____ GLYN STREET Squtli of Courtland, 3-1x125 REID STREET Lot 9, 42 1-2 x 125 ERNEST STREET Two level lots at each WESTMINSTER Slock 2G, Lots 32-33 each Two splendid lots near Argyle Ave. COUTTS Several good lots close in for ____ In addition to the above we have the best lots in Blocks 126, 127, 12S, etc. What do you know about these for factory sites. See the spur track running alongside of them. 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. The Dowsley-McMillan Lend Co. Suite 205, Sberlock Bldg. Ctr. Refill Glyn PHONE 544 WE COLLECT RENTS WE COLLECT RENTS DIET THREW OUT FRANCHISE BILL Berlin, May Lower House of Prussian Diet threw out to-day the government franchise bill, a un- sure which has created enormous ex- citement and disturbance. Dr. Vcr- npn Bothmann-IIolIweig, prime min- ister, accordingly withdrew from the chamber at once. Although the out- come was predicted, the fact protiuc- jcd a big political sensation, ami tt j widely assumed that rejection of the bill portends the early downfall of the chancellor. The social democrats will renew their demands on behalf of the democratic franchise and the government will possibly secretly welcome the agita- tion as tending to bring pressure the domination oi the Conservatives. HETTY GREEN LOSES CASE "Richest Woman" Creates Scene in Court Room York. May Green, the richest woman in America, lost her first case before a jury in the city court Monday. The amount which the Jurors de- cided Mrs. Green must pay the Safe Deposit Companv of New York, the corporation that sued her, is "Outrage, exclaimed Mrs. Green, her crape-clad figure shaking with indignation as she heard the verdict. "Isn't there any justice for a woman who lias CADILLAC '30' And the Celebrated BRUSH Automobiles Sold By T. S. MACKENZIE ;