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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Employee Quantity of Smoking Supplies -Harry Howard, a A. C. Messer, proprietor of. the: hall and lunch" counter in.the, inent of the Oliver: block, :was ed last'night on the a quantity of pipes, so forth, vie property i" 1 British Columbia Fruit Lands at your own price 0 t v rv f A Acting litider iuslructioiis V offer for sale over of First-Class Prairie Land all within 5 miles ;ofRailroad miles from City of Cran- tracts il- of ttiese irom 20 to Sesr Tffi? having Vbiaek soil with clay subsoil, easy to Irrigation Required RainfaH 14 to 20 inches The only Prairie Land in British lityforinvestors looking1''for a Thi? land what is as the a land bounded" on the east by tlie Ivoote- to the "St. Mary's" Eiver. on the West by-tne Selkirk Mountains and on the by Cherry tributary of the Ivootenay Its closest point to Cranbrpob" miles. It is only three miles from Marysviiie and up as far 'as Guides furnished free to .intending purchasers chirmsr the week prior to sale- s O JL Good Government roads to all towns. V J Each tract wil-l.'b.e offered separate, subject to a very reasonable reserve has not and will not be an.- r.oiince.d until "day of sale. THIS Is the ONLY PR.VIRIE LAND IN EAST EOOTENAY having rich black soil that is available for purchase: address PHONE 77 P.O. BOX 144 fffice Opposite Depot, Cranbrook, B. C. -S: Reference: Canadian Bank of Commerce 16 and 17, 1910 Messer. complained .to ._ day or., two that' Stealing pipes from .Ms that he. suspected Howard. Thc-police last night secured and visited in vj'v dpwski block, where the 'passing' tides were' found.- Howard -.was." rested and taken "to -the; station. admitted the thefts at arid. P.O' effort to excuse himself- He appeared. 'before1 'Police Ball this' morning guilty. Mr. Messer said he. Avjsb'to press the case court then .sentenced Howard: toVtenir .days' imprisonment- and ordered' deported to the States. Hugh Deerv, lot 'tasiipur-f chased .from- Locke their livery stable in agent of the- in the W, of Montreal. Baillie are in. V city for t I our days, v V- v rliX ;C. R. ities'l Co., morning .from Calgary. v- D. "B. 'Hunter, the., M. H. rMuEcay., Alexandra went v' He -iV expected, tacky about moved: into :tlieir''ne'W "Borne ond avenue, and StyCj'S' -TOv Technical sion- 22f, to .plans for "pJE their He-.-has; Avrittca. tcrs to other .have'' Tie hield at fn'esdar cvcsling' Others' J were not at At the arr there- -A interesting irnniigVction into "Cahia-Jla .should b-e The judges'. complimeutecl and v their decision in favor.of the. :ivlio wea'c-" Ralph Shearer Livingstone.' Willie ;Lethbridge had BUSINESS LOCALS There is a good openirig, at Kipp'for' blacksmith, butcher store. Get: particulars Steith Tilley; Kipp lots are freely, at office of Tllley. Tiere big, money- in. these, "for those who. get the ground'floor. Special ihd.ucemen.ts to. those; who "-Trill .'build" at once. -A. Bailiff's Auction sale about-; ihirt-y-iivs r.'bprses; belonging'' to J. E." Mason; ;'of Fourth. Ave., (DufTeria Alberta, will take place at Bonicil's Lethbridge, at 2 on v Thursday afternoon, the 24th day: ot-', C November 1910. This stock'-has -.bean seized under Chattel Mortgage be sold reserre. Terms cash. 282-1'-'.'- A Grand Masquerade Dance -will'be'.--': held under the auspices of The. 3iin> ers" Band on Saturday, November 13, in the Miners' HalL Tickets per '.f' couple. Dancing commences Good prizes Trill be given. 2S2-2: MISS FELTONAT HER BKF It is doubtful if Majestic, has ever in "her stage career more inccessfal in winning -over an audience so completely as the youth itri actress did last night in present- ing the ycutffeer Dnmas' great master- piece "Camille." LemDridge theatre-goers evidently Kneu: what to exgect, for the largest crowd of this company's engagement was in the" house. "Camille" is a rare treat for any city, it is a play so diffi- cult that it is rarely attempted. But Verna Felton is equal to anything ever staged. At least, it might be truth- fully said tHat all who have seen Miss t'eitoa once, afterwards have every confidence in, her doing'full justice to the ni'ost of characters such as _ Tlie acting of Irving Kennedy in the character of" Armand Duval, C.i- ini'iie's lover: was certainly masterful. In this part Mr. Kennedy is called up- on to display his best talent, especially in the climax of the fourth act, "'The Prodigal Son." is billed for to- night 'by the Aliens, and on Morulay mgnt "Zaza." rJOMAN CATHOLiC SERVICES The following, missions will ,be visit- Rev. Father Meyer during tfre v month of N'ovcraber: Nov. L'l.i, Diamond City; :Xow 21, school house: Nov. Warner; MOV. Mew' D'ryiciL ;