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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HTJKALD Pajf e '5 j The Waddington- Stackey -Co. il'AV GltAIX MEKCIIANTS Broiiic and. Upland Gal's, Br.uii, Rolled anil ChoppeYt tiiul Potatoes always in-stock. Office, Johnson 21k. Phone -.2? T SATIN LIVES Rear Phone CSS jniicuiu n.Ls n" guns Nebraska dicteii i'or HJg'h- etl Outrages -Indictments i the Moral 'grand jury r.M.iinic" LUC u.sci.iii ag'r.cnst nine ir-richm, n of Western Nf- j public today. publ trunspiiacy to 'their claims at the who took j the- J ,_______ lands j la'.v by defendants. Thow indicted are. 1-Viry S. Y.asljl Hof Hvcnnis, Neb-, his ,yon, Frank, j riio1 M. C.- rimii; i j An ic'-sonT Vvil 1 M. Emcrton, Parry Uc-ur.e-l-J. Iftuvthgnie and Marry il. TIufT. 2 2 I Dr.-" .Aptifg under iustructions from the owners, I will offer for sale over f Acres of First-Class Prairie Laiid V aiiwithin '5 miles of Railroad Station, aiid from 8 t6 12 ffiiles from City of Gran- brook (Population in tracts 40, 320 and 640 acres; 'also- 2 larger tracts ofU600-acres each; Several of these are partly improved farms, having froni 20 to "t O 200 acres under cuItivation. with fencing, building, buildings, etc., and are very valu- able properties; This is all Prairie Land, having a black soil with clay subsoil, easy to work and mostly free from stone. v No Irrigation Required Rainfall 14 to 20 inches The; only Prairie Land in British Columbia .v A good.ppportariity for tract to sub-divide. 'Tiiis Umdis the.St..Mary's.'Prairie, a tract of land bounded on tlie east liy the Koote-. nay Elver, on the SOIaiyYEiver, on the West by the Selkirk Mountains and on the IsTorth by Cherry- vx a large tributary .Its closest point to Cranbrbok. is. 1) iniles. It is only three'miles', from WycjUTe. a on a bTaircii-line -nrmiiiig fromCranbrfrok through Wycliffe, Marysvillc and up as s furnisli.ed.frce of cliarge to iniending purchasers during tlie week prior to sale. Govenmient roads to _ will be offered." separate, subject to a. reasonable reserve bid which not and will ;iiot be jiounccd until- day of sale. an-.. "Aecr. on i- goi tve 'ill Marlin iu.s .hr: eu'juiry i oi Vviii maps or -other inforiuatioii, address PHONE 77 P.O. BOX 144 riice epot, frff V.J'ASwe Reference: Canadian Bank of Commerce C tv. o and lo IViir: r.'. ;-i has i.iK'i. a' h'ri lYiriair.s' u HV: Mi re.1 lias p.0t be a bank w ii! be ios of Tarsi i! get a i; laus'e Xov. Dailt At Akron. 0-. Tire destroyed a bigt i with a loss ol" SiOO.-i covered by insurance. ilteen boys ot Kan-j sas City, Kan., are cleaning the streets j Trib-jof the Ward oi' thai city. The unc.jhich hns beeii iha forernosr has not been able to sr.if.loy men; piipl15 Contractor Gives niinds thrtti_____________________________________! and Gets Ideas at no dou'ht in of buiiaers' exchang-Cs in wanted to if it was advisable; lor the at Calgary, beth- hriclge and Kdrr.omou to ioin in a body as the Buirders' Exchange. Edmonton is already a member of die national association, and the (Jalgary exchange has Us application in, Mr. Goo-d decided to take a similar course, and verj" shortly The three builders" exchanges .of Alberta be! members oi" tae national exchange. "We talked builders' exchange and then tve talked board of trade." said. Good, "and the Calgary secre-j tary certainly is a good one in ex-i plaining the board of trade been brought up." jarcUne this morning -was committed lor trial on a murder charge'an con- nection rath the death, of Lizzie An- derson. His brother, Thomas Jardine, "as released as accomplice. tne I'cpnljiican Waterloo is the OUI-'T- i T of Can at yOUI i over in revision of tbc tar-j backache If VQU take j ESQUIMALT DOCKYARD j HANDED OVER TO CANADA; "Tiic Act has bc-.en ar weak tii? p.H-cov.-ev- ilul ivaose fort- hi'.ca by linve boon T'-.S of Uio .ueor.le. In !soc of ;iie c-iiinoijig common clsn'scd by A.'rir.cii. L-'ayne, Cannon ice men behind tliein p. It an al- I'rcn: ;o ; por--Ir. ard iln neonicl iinvo IT; :.t-cl. This v.-as the I'orre bc-j iiind The cauipafgn, aiid' bv'lorai :s-i raiiigatecl progress ini several states, ;'nere is no excuse for! iis Calgary News.) COMPOUND It's the greatest liquid kidney remedy on the rcc.'.'inr.'.cr.d it tve know exactly what's, in it. now jg lc bv ,iu Chicasc Sold goarantcad by ALL LETHERiDGE DRUGGISTS "Tlie Calgary Hoard ot" Trade is uncie'' n better system tlian irr.ost boar .is tr.irie, and it is cer- j talnly in charge a mail who is vrell jinlormecl. ami A-ho given a great deni of fime sl.ndy to board ot" trade matters ami publicity systems." said li. J. Good, a prominent coninict- Jor of this morning, Jie had been in conversation with See- 'retary Vv'pbster at ilie board of trade !lor iibout Three minutes. i Mr. Good iruifle t'ne remark in the Alcena Hotel :o a Daily News report- er, ex.ulalning Uio business thar liim to Calgary. is a big in Let.libridge, ant? is one or iae :iJ03t members of the l-clftbrirlge Builders' K.vcli.iiiii'f. and en' ti.c N-'Uio'.ial You Are j The Judge 30 Free Trial Don't satifiic-d -svitli a steel razor the Carljo-Magnetic with fhe -ciqe that you need never hone. This razor is 7101 tempered in uneven firo heiit. but 'by electj-o-ca.rboniza- tion at Fahrenheit a. yrocfss similar to" That by ivhich dia- monds have been produced. LOOK PORTMrS TRADE MAftK Got a CaTbo-Magnetic on our SO Free you neod not the razor until you arr- thoroughly satisfied that it is better any other you ever tried. For Sale By RED. CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. AND GEO. H. LING. Victoria. Nov. naval: yard handed over to The Dominion' of Canada by (be Imperial authorities j at noon. The made Captain Vivian, of H. M. S. Shearwater; accepted by C. .1. Desbarets, Can-} deputy minister o'" navil iairs, in the presence of Rear Admiral Kingsmill. Commaijder Ropsr and wapt.aln Stewart, of the Rainbow. _ This naval yard will, therefore, in future be under the command of Cap- Tain S Jew-art. 'The chief difference of tho. change is mar. the expense of the yard and! will henceforth be borne byi Canada instead of Great Britain. i ;TWO MEN COMMITTED FOR TWO MURDERS i Hampton, Nov. jury return- ed a true bill against Thomas charged with murdering; his father. coderich. Out., Nov. Made in SS different If yovsr bedstead has the "IdeaVGunr- antcc on tfcc footraii. you haf e Ijoafiht wisely. For "Ideal" Metal btrfs made to satisfy, cot jncroly to sclL Yon cannot stc tbe ditlereace tTveen one metal bed nnd r-aother except in Nor need yoa sec-, if yon loot for the "Ideal" Guar- intit. It is put cm beds you. caa safely buy -with eyes shut. -vhv Icfcr.Tvan bqy snclher Tell ns to eand yc "The Phflscophv- i ft-es, iot intcrcitins. Astfcr BooklctNo... IDEAL BEDDiNQ ;