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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMi. LETHBRIDQE DAILf Kit.ALU. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 15, IftW. THE HERHLD'S REAL PAGE THREI PHONE 451 FOUR years in the office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about the Real Estate in this Lethbrldfe. FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate busmen, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) j, my Nftw Telephone Numb.r W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS AND I I -I- Good Residence Lots in all parti of the city for 'I sale on the monthly plan STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK WILD SCENES IN PARIS COURT -I-H- RESIDENTIAL SITE 2 Lots, ;25xl25, facing east on Cutbill Street, on easy terms. Judge. Devallcs announced that would be necessary to await the re- port of the physician who had been sent to the foreman's home. M. Au- that he must bow to the will'of the court, but because of the condition of his client ..he regretted SOUTHARD BLOCK published by the geographical depart- WOMAN MAKE DESPERATE EF- place of the missing juror FORT TO REACH THE JUDGE'S BENCH could not be immediately filled and the case proceed. i Annual Report Of Minister Railway V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 For BUSIIUESS TES See The Alberta Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH I j- j Paris, Nov. public io-dap X i awaits with confidence the' acquittal j Margehirvta Steinheil. Guilty or I T innocent the 'impression is general j J. j that the state has not made out a j case against her. j 4-1 Originally charging that she mur- i dered both her painter husband, Adolphe Steinheil, and her steprnoth- ,1. leu Madame Japy. the1 prosecution j modified its allegations as. the trial progressed, finally eliminating the charge of patricide and admitting' that the accused woman might work 'done thc surveying par- Knnn j.-u__ i'ties in 1908 under John Armstrong's in 1897, and information in re- spect of like records of York Fac- tory (about twenty miles from Pert Nelson) kept between-1828 and and published by that department in 1879-80, it appears that the average length of the open season at Fort Churchill (s five months, at York Factory six months, and at Port Nel- son seven months. The harbor at Port Nelson is said never to freeze over, though ice drifts up and down it with the tides. Further surveys, however, are necessary determine I the relative value of the two harbors i as terminals for a raihvav. HELGER50N LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. :i BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000-acres, 1000'acres or 100 acres, as you like it, GOOD TERMS. We Either Buy or Sell See Us Today Ottawa, Nov. most inter- the annual of of railways the people of t the remarks made by M. J ieputy minister on the Hud- Bay- railway surveys. After referring in- a general way to handles new 6-roomed Cottage between Redpath and Dufferin on Williams Street; balance of to suit purchaser: J. been an accomplice rather than the principle in the death of her h'us- I band. The confidence of the public inspir- ed the accused, her counsel and im- mediate friends. This was advanced when Mme. Stein jheil entered the'court-room to-day. f i Her large expressive eyes flashed from A. j a care-worn face and there the j faintest'-suspicion of. a smile. It' was T. jalso apparent that she had recovered (somewhat from the physical collapse 1 Illinois-Alberta Realty I 2nd floor Jolmseo Block, next Balmoral Hitel jof Her counsel, M. ..glanced -H-X-H-I- I House to Rent about the court-room- 'triumphantly broadly as if his ease -had already been -won. In anticipa- tion, of her acquittal her friends have arranged to spirit the widow away to some quiet place in the country, where she may re'cuperatc from" the effects of her trying ordeal. 1. i i in the best residential part of the city. MONEY TO L'O AN S. i Freeman, Maeleod ,and Graham I Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE -H- 1 I -M I I 'P.'O.Box679 I I I i' H-I-H i j .L it seemed, clamored to- day at the doors of th; palace ties in 1908 under John Armstrong's the deputy minister makes the fol- lowing references to Mr. Armstrong's reports': "It appears that 'two routes have been found, one to Fort Churchill, and the other haying its terminus on the bay at Port Nelson, on the Nelson river. Pie "sets down of the Churchill route from The Pas at 465 miles, of which about 320 miles have been the eos.t at -The length" of the Port Nelson route is 397 miles and the .estimated cost to which in both cases: the cost of ter- minals has to-be added." .Probable Cost He considers that the probable to- tal cost of either road would be sev- enteen or eighteen million dollars. This estimate, however, as he ex- plains, is based on incomplete sur- veys and reports. The _ unit prices used in Mr. Armstrong's i has thrilled and' absorbed France .for ten 'days. On. the resumption of the trial this n the wes.t coast of the ha- much probabl-y in rock, would be required to obtain afternoon "argument of M. Aublh for Commercial tKP port As for the river- Churchill it- 1 A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for T sale on Crop Payment Plan i THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 1111 i IT.X..H.-M i T t 3! T i self, he states that it; is. full of rap- ids and falls, and not'of much use as a route. -though' offering great facilities for the development of power for electrification of the rail- way if desired. N- Favors Port Nelson I I i Z Lots 14 and 15, Block 93, for On terms f Money to loan j. t 4- the defence was. reserved OR account of the absence ofi the foreman of the Who another juryman had complained yesterday of a seizure of giddiness. M. Duvalles ordered a physician sent to see the foreman, and in the meantime suspended the sitting of the court. The afternoon was half gone when Nclson describcd as returned and reported by dredging a that Foreman Poupart was suffering chfnelJor a distaiice of about ten from Bronchitis. A supplementary mi3es' this would probably be in jtror was substituted and the easy material. Comparing the resumed. M. Au-bin, attorney for the defence, began his ,argument. From the first case harbors by-the light of information The H. Macbeth Agency i V i The Golden West-Realty .Co.. I jr Real Estate Auctioneers A FEW BUYS for the WORKING MAN'S POCKET Weil built shack standing on two lots Norman Street, "X T Well bmlt shack standing'on one lot, Norman Street, .i." Fotir room house, cellared, on half let on A rthur Street. T Three good lots in Alexander Addition. 15 to 18. block 6 -f T each r j For investors with deeper pockets we have some proper- T tionately good buys, including five business lots on Round f Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb Street Eflst half 10-5-15 W. 4th, e arranged with the harsh tones of the prosecutor. His first words erything has been turned and return- ed against my fair client, but I am certain that T can explain'everything and leave nothing in darkness." M. Aubin said that it was not his intention to deny his client's faults but that he would try to prove, that she was not. the monster painted by the prosecution. Many of the in- trigues with which she had been charged, the number dated bacl' even to her childhood, were pure myths. he said. Marietta Wolf, the former cook in the Steinheil household, and her son Alexandre, both of ivhom had testi- fied for thc defence, contributed to the general excitement this after- noon with grandiloquent outburst of ndignation. Before the sitting of-the court the Wolf woman and her son srere told of the open intimation made in the court yesterday that hey had been accomplices in the murders. Marietta flew into a rage. She asked angrily why she had not seen questioned on this point when j she, was a witness, and added, "It is a good thing that Alexandre was not present in court when these in- sinuations were made, for had he been he would have raised a pr-.-ttv row." Alexandre too, made a-great show of being furious ar.d 'declared that if he had been present" in court, as his mother said, he would have bounded j into the arena and shouted, "Here T jam, now what have you got to say." I When court convened Marietta forc- ed her way into the court-room and (made a desperate attempt to reach thc judge's bench. Amid much excite- ment she was seized by thc police and unceremoniously dragged out, Subse- jquently both the .coman and her son consulted a lawyer and avowed ihcir intention of bringing' a s.vit of slan- I dor against the prosecutor. During I I'm; suspriisiuji of tilt; sitting a gram was received from the foreman of the jury stating that; he was ill. and asking the court to replace him with one of the supplementary jur- ors, of whom there are always two present during thc trial of a case, j Jtfew 2 storey frame 10 roomed fully modern house on 3 lots for sale at a- bargain. Only 7 minutes' walk from Post Office Also a 7 roomed furnished modern house for rent fof 3 months, close in obtained by records of the Bay company, kept between, the years he made a good impression, his sym- >f 1S94 in respect' of pathetic voice contrasting agreeablv Churchl11- whlch was compiled and public "Ev- -H- A SNAP: New house, 26x28, .with leanto, on double lot in North Ward, close to Mills, the house is fixed up in first-class shape, has storm doors and windows, good cellar, etc., will handle, bal- ance easy. L. S. Tel. 294 R1PLEY Office Block i T I I HOUSES! HCUSE HOUSES! For Rent or Sale We have a large list t 1 j. of' Fully Modern i T 3- t' Houses situate in the JL best residential parts 4 of the City MYRTLE DELOY At the Lyceum tVnight J. I. EIN I CD. 307 CRABB STREET I i J (Opp. Bank, of- f Telephone 3S3 OUR LETFER BOX. 96 x 139 feet i; On Westminster Road close to track MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE Tko l lib D U, uunmjin AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. MM-M Editor of The Herald Dear striking contrast with during spare hours.. Calgarj has al- ready a splendid Y.M.C.A. building, but she is raising with which to enlarge and complete it. Besides this she has a good public library the apathy of the people of Leth- i and )ridge is the attitude of Calgarians i Lethbridge, on the other haijd, has n providing for thc welfare of her j neither Y.M.C.A.-building public ji i.. ciuuuu i am sun young men and the public xn general library, and_ while the .churches are effort in twi direction wiU churches are raising for foreign mis- sions. A Y.M.C.A. building is urgently needed in this town, and I am sure that the united effort-of the citizens of a progressive city like this .could easily accomplish it if they were "to sei about it, and I am sure that any iii uino uu-couiuu win uc1 individually, all thev car, for ily appreciated bv the voting men ojt the young people, yet they cannot gin to meet the situation. v It was stated by a. Calgary j OUTS ru y ter a few Sundays ago _ young mea in- th's I IS A SUCCESS jcitv of Calgary'who. were away from {home. J venture to; say that, in IT j proportion to the population there i are just" as many in the citv of Lern-J T bridge. In Calgary during spare.hours aft acre. cash IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block Business Lot on Westminster Road. iSorth Ward, if taken at once, S750. snap, 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mouths. Im- proved 160 acres close to Letlibridge; per acre on good tei ins. Two Lots on Norman North Ward. each. 5 Sections :on "Weybnrji line S12.50. good terms> GALVIN-HATFIELD CO, Office-r-Roorri i Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. If there ever was any question, about it making good, the present situation answers it most emphatically. Two lumber yards established. A hotel is being built A general store is going up. An. elevator is assured. Locations are being selected for several other importan t lines. Buyers of both business and residence lots are plentiful. Actual construction of buildings is advancing ancLiriore are being contracted for. Citizens will soon be building and moving into their new houses. Chin is located 1854 miles from Lethbridge and I3K miles from Tabor in Sunny Southern Alberta on the C. P. R. ,It has acres of rich farming lands owned by pros- perous farmers surrounding it Why shouldn't it be suc- cessful? If you go there you can be successful too. Chin Needs a Lawyer, a Doctor, a Livery, 'Blacksmith Shop, Carpenters ana several other professional and tradesmen. Write at once for full information before the best openings are all gone. If you want a good investment with a guaranteed 50 increase in four months buy a lot in Chin. to Three lots given away. Write for full particulars. J fellow can drop into the Y.M.C.A. i an-d enjoy himself reading the latest (Magazines or the latest news in the j daily paper from his home .town. In j In Lethbridge, what Unless he is' acquainted in town, and it takes time J to get acquainted, all he can do is i to hang around the hotels- and bil- liard halls. To say the least, that sort of thing is not conducive to the j best morals among young people. Even the small, insignificant town of Medicine Hat boasts of a public library and reading-rooaa, even though it is small, and she is even Farm Security OPEN FOR BUSINESS IS- THE Whitney Block f Leflibrirfge ..Jihrta now talking of a Y.Af.C.A. building. f Surely Lethbridge. has spirit enourh J to keep pace with the Hat. i Last wcet the Layman's Missionary Movement decided to raise j thousands of dollars, or an average of S5.20 per church member for for- eign missions. While I am a firm be- liever in foreign missions, I am also a firm believer in home missions and there is room right here in. Leth- bridge for the profitable expenditure of as many thousands more as thc i f T We will buy Improved or unimproved farid cash and will sell to actual set- tlers who.have the necessary outfit for farming -on long time with a small cash payment. If you wish to add to your- farm, write or come in and see us. f f M-SHairfty Co. X P. O. Box I8S2 Phone 457 ADYERT1SE IN THEHERALD IT WJLL PAY YOU The W, Kerr Co. Third and Ave. Minneapolis, Minn. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA The 0. KERR CO, Lethbridge Picasc send me full information rc- town thc ne f Chin and the rumries tor money there Also send pint, prices of residence And business lots and application blanks. GOOD AGENTS WANTED IOVHG HQIT IS GET1G1 H.v dissolved partnership with E. C. Lndtke. I have tined possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prints from to c. Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency f Successors to W. R. Dobbm Co. Ground Flour Office: DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEj. PHONE ;