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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November 15.1010. LETlTBRTDfiTS DAILY HERALD We have several good'propositions in farm lands which are worthy your consideration.; Come in and let us tell you about them. We are exclusive agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment in Lethbridge to-day. HERE IS A BUY WORTH CjONSiDEflING LOT ON GLYN STREET. Close in. 24x157 feet. JflA Only ONE THIRD ed to suit. f D t. Lowes to. Representing: North American Life Co., London Guarantee and Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., of London. Edmonton, LETHBRJDGE, High River, Nanton, '.SPECIALS 4 lots, Block 1, :Nortlr Ward, on water, -each, one-quarter cash; balance three, 'fiix, nine and twelve 'months. North Ward, 5300 each, one-third cash; bal- and1 twelve mouths. lots; Block 95 on water and sewer, eaeli; one-third cash, balance six and. twelve itonttis. 3 lots on Glyn Street (near each; one-third cash; balance four and eight months. ,Z 'lots; Block 23, facing east, near McDuff street, each; one-third cash, balance four and eight months. 7 roomed fully modern house, good location, cash, balance in monthly payments.. ft. V. GIBBONS il91 Ott Block Ik. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IS NOT A SUCCESS ror the election-held in Denver on I M I if fin -May 17, ;mo. An incalculable amount IJQ a of' money; was spent on that day. in my very restricted sphere I "saw paid out to women in live, ten and twenty dollar lots. "Tuat same day I sat in of the campaign manager of the wets Olle saw a of political women, {pass in and out. Each woman took GROW APPLES at FRUITVAL% WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA e, enjoy fine scenery, busting and fishing, arid make more money--bn an ORCH- ARD TRACT .at FRUITVALE, than you can on Prairie GROW 'APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, AND GROW RICH. .-Others are doing not YOU. high winds and dust storms uniaiown. Proofs, plans, ,v FRUJTVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson, B. C. Conditions Not Im- proved actually done in the states in which they vote has been tiie subject of the La- mes' Home Journal. Its editor, tnouga opposed to suffrage, wished, to learn and publish truth ab- out the enfranchised woman and her worK, whatever it mignt. be. To tnis end.iKichard Barry was sent there, now. appears an "impartial statement -of .facts and the actual trutft." This Barry has summed up in tne a political manager svifo stands, high in. Denver's political cir- cles: "Women's suffrage 'in this pass in and out. Each woman took with.: her -a S10 bill .and instructions now to work her precinct. Y "A -prety, V very smartly gowned woman went from' the 'wets' to thej for as she said, 'The wets gave" me. two days ago, and 1 was for tnem all but .this morning L. round tney iny sister and how I am. for the WIVES WERE REAL CHUMS Joined in Making Charge of Bigamy .When He Ofended Tfcem Los Angel'es, Nov. John- json, a well-to-do southern -whc.4 FAST WORK ON DOMINION BLOCK recently came -back both his wives out" joy riding; last night .and quarreled with them. As a result he may have to-go to the penitentiary, for women, wno-are friends, swore to a 'bigamy complaint against nim to-day.- Tne ston- they toid the; torney was so .'tin-usual'that he "at first jrefiised to believe it They were will- ling 90 make oath, however, so" the Thomas, contract- j complaint was: issued. Several years the new tney siet Better." ,0 This is'in part what Barry says: was in Denver one of the CM marie co. Reii EitiU iiid' Financial VSrokeri, Asents. Diamond, Citj T. iasurance, Ldani.- i Christie, Notary PuNic, DiiiuibhQ City, Aim. r The Dowsley Real .-Estate; .Loans and In-, suranee J. B. Mulhern 544 modern. 6 robm'cottage on B.urdett St. 'electric .lights, furnace, ?500 cash balance by the month.; for, swell house on Lon- don Road; one of the finest residences in city, fully modern throughout. See this one-before buying. handles.' S365 each buys 4 lots in Blk. 128. Easy terms. Here is a. chance to make 1100 per lot'in two or "three months- Good reason for "sellrag. ?500 buys a lot and shack with water connections, '-paying per year rent. Here is nearly 20-per cent. oh-your money while "yo.u for ..prices to advance. ?100 handles. 5-iOO each buys lots London Road.' acres of .finest.broken, ir- rigated land' in Alberta, cljise to new park. Only 5125 .for The Alliance Fire Insurance Co. 320 Acres Cash East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14. per acre; 54 per acre balance to suit Close to school ;house.; Nine miles from "town and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine ousiness corner. Lon- 'don and street, 75 cash; balance uys' in lots, close to the hotel in both Remember you are buying direct from -the owner. W.J. WilKams F. O. Sox 374 Phone 1060 JM'essrs. Doyle in this j ors, expect to _harer says: the politician., "is ,a joke when it; storey Dominion .Building at the corn-? them, and after short .courtship th'eyv is not a shame. High-minded men avenue and Sixth married: She had. a nbre the woman' voter; to low-minded; ready to turn" over to the owner, H. mend, frequent visitor 'atj men she less said the A.. Sihnott and associates early, next tne nouse, and" Johnson soon" showed j. month'. They'only commenced work 'her marKe'd attention. anc upon'the'buiiding last April, and for his chum.came, home one day the sizy ol structure have." and announced that-they had also been p'apers 1 undertook the expose, of a record taken to first Mrs. Johnson for- volting" condition 'near the complete it. .The'.contract called.for .gave her to-day she city. election was in yrogress. Ev the completion" of the building by the did this, her friend ery man in. off ice pooh-poohed it. and .fifteenth- of this month, and it Vo" j and. not" because she had regard for tne voting women in Denver did not hate been-turned-over by now but for I her .Husband. .AaxL'so the household. even investigate" to see wnether it was six weeks set the summer strangely reconstructed." ,true. or. not. In February, when theicailsed by the.non-arrival of the steel] Johnson man and a Knowledge ,of the abuse became and .spenden-. The; -women are both Uc, the women were engaged-ill a are just through being plastered weir .dressed, uonsi'l fought with' and all that the finishing jneir fists, women who had'false hair work. The'six "stpres on the ground lost "iti! and'-one woman'lost a handfui.-Wpor are .being'decorated, and it is al- of real hair. "I could, not understand this lax condition, and I asked Ben Lindsey, who is outspoken in his theoretical ready apparent "that in every respect tney are going tp.fe'equal if not better tna'n the best1 city. Tne corner store .which is to be oc- neiief b-v the .Lethbridge Furniture :ed "that conditions in Colorado were; Co., at present? in the Donnan block: rar from what thev ought to be. avenue, is going to be a partic- aamitted that the women of the state 'fme -store- store has a_________________________ were as'much bound by political ex- J and there is also to be a j enlarged and brick, veneered, it PLAGE ORDERS NOW: For wants from tlie Nursery. Plant late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a; few eiglit foot Kussian Poplar in 'your order for shade and wind breads." Special price 85c per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station r Our Iiarge, Comet (lied) Currant and our- Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie .planting. years, per dozen and express per dozen and express prepaid. We prepay express charges. to rowl list to yout We warit to you: Place Orders Now Nurseries C. 'Mr. and'Mrs. Bfouillet and-family hav'e left ;to spend a "lew months at j tneir old Mr. Jdates House, on. north. fete Housen house northfend of town to' a "good locitiorT oh-''Taylor avenue.- He-has pecuenee'' as- the men. v i'l) states where only men passed limiting- the nours "woman -may be employ- says .'Barry. "In; -mot kfcoer of the states wJiere vote any laws restricting the labor for wo- men employees. "The chiel of police of Denver told fine tliat juvenile crime was alarming- t he increase in that city. Judge barber shop and alley under ground, with entrance, from the Sixth street side. In the second and third storeys there are. IIOK-- seven suites of large double offices. GREEK -MILLIONAIRE'S SON VVaycross, Ga., Nov. to escape arrest on a charge of. assault, or despondent over- business Joan.iJurbane. a Greek, son sof! .mil- Fire Insurancs Reel Estate City and Farm loans The 1 Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block Lmcisey says that this is due to tlie! I10Dillre manufacturer at 'conslan tinople, committed suicide by shoot- ing in a hotel here early to-day. He registered last night under an assum- ed name. Burbane came to Waycross a month ago from 11520 ACRES Living water. Grass knee ieep. Yvlieat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre this year in this Township. We selling en terms never duyli- in this country. Look this up. FARM SECURITY CO., WhJiney'BIk. Lethbridge OFFICER SHOT ASSAILANT i Jacob Sherlock was last nigfct knocked j clown by frequenters of a poolroom he' ordered closed, and was -being stamp- ed to death when he his revolver land fired two shots, fatally woundingjwnils two Sullender, aged 26, one of his assailants. increased pressure of economic condi- tions, but he does not deny the fact TBe. conclusion of my ot" tlie laws .for .children was that instead of being better protected or even as well protected in the states where wo- men vote, they were actually less pro- tected. uatt. international president of suffrage 'societies, told me that Vv'iieii women voted it -would certainly eliminate the social -evil. Mrs. Kate Barrett, national president of tue Florence Crittendeu home for way ward girls, says: i "in all tne 7J> Florence Critteuden ' in the United States 1 never oavv sucn a collection of young inno- jcent girls of the better class as there are in tlie Denver home. There are 58 girls there, most them still in tlieir teens. Such cases are alarining- jly on the increase. Denver and Sai City are'among the remaining large cities in this country where vice is segregated, in one of the prinei- Mrs. -Ritchie; has into town for the winter mouths. Tne ;HaiJKRutherford- Land Co. are erecting .commodious workshops on Kailway street and are going on in- stall an up-to-date machine shop and motor garage. Tne Palace rTJiv'ery have imported -a .closed cab, the .first in which. meets nigh trains. NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE concord, N. H-, Nov. unofficial returns of the vote f of mem- bers of the legislature show that the state senate will consist of 16 repub- licans democrats, against 20 republicans 'and four democrats two years ago. The house of repre- this year shows 223 republi- STOCK GOES UP Toronto, Nov. Electric stock continues to show strength on jeans and 116 democrats tne local-exchange, selling this morn-jtw0 tie .votes recorded, in- tne IDOi) ing as follows. 5 at at 120: 34 nouse there were1 i72 republicans and at 122; 25 at and So at 123. 'mere is no (jupsfion but that the city and the Tot onto electric must come to terms. The longer a settle- ment is -delayed, the more expensive it will be to both sides. 111 democrats. quickly stops coughs; cores colds, heaii the throat and limes. 25 cents. WAREHOUSE SITE 2 lots on.corner Bowman RESIDENTIAL IN- ;2 corner. Grabb: and.London" 2.lots'oh corner of pair S lots on London between Crabb and each REAL-ESTATE AND.FINANCIAL BROKERS P. O. Drawer 2091 n 370 acres Claresholm. all-'steam1'-plow land; run- ning water all per handles it 270 acres 5 miles from city, irrigated; fenced, well, improved, fail wheat sowed and looking; per acre. 5 acres near old fair grounds, fine garden, fenced, irrigated, house and barn and chicken years to pay for it- ;'7 roomed modern house, close in, terms. .7 roomed house and handles it. W8 H. JOHNSON LAIVD CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. pal streets of Denver women exhibit tueinseives in the doors and windows, away is a school- j nouse, and children daily through tnis" district on their way to school. ".N'or have women stamped out polygamy, on tlie statement ot the most prominent Salt Lake City paper. Chicago, Xov. for the'uie Salt La.-ce Tribune, which on BEEF TRUST WANTS CHANGE [indicted beef trust filed a motion with jjutigc Landis in the" United "States dis- jtnct court, tnis afternoon, asking for s. cnnuge of venue to the federal cir- cuit court. Judge Landis set the .mo- tion lor hearing next Wednesday. ust 1 published a list of back comes on suddenly and is tremely painful. It is caused by .-heumatism of the muscles. Qnicl: elief is afforded by applying Cham-' erlain's Liniment. Sold by all drug- .sts. SAFE INVESTMENTS One lot, on Su on water, cash, Lotp in Block.L on London Road, each, good terms. Four gcod lots in Alexander Addition, each, good terms. Lots 12 and 13, corner of William and Redpath streets; will be warehouse property and is a snap at sitSo, on good terms. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. Atig- 150 men who nad contracted plural marriages rcceiu iy. As for drinking amons women 1 was told and saw for myself, that few cities in the country, not New York or Cnicago or San Francisco, are any worse in this respect tnan the capital of Colorado. Bven some ot" the drug stores in Denver, according to good authority, serve whiskey and brandy tp unescorted girls." Barry finds that women suffrage has not mitigated the divorce evil. "Tne newspapers of Denver con- stantly carry advertisements of 'di- vorce and one of the Fri- day afternoon diversions is to go to tne county court and observe the 'di- vorce Ordinarily the average lime required to grind out, a divorce is four minutes and a hall'.'' As for women purifying politics, says Barry: "I was in Denver at the time of the last election, .and had therefore a first- nanct opportunity to study the ques-i uon of woman's nonesty an politics. I saw scores of women accept money IG SNAPS 3 lots corner Courtland and Ernest Streets, on good terms. Will sell two lots on tbe corner or the inside lot 2 lots facing east on Street near London Road for Terms. Tkird cash, balance 4 and 8 months Lethbridge Hotel Block, old C.P.R. telegraph office Phone 455 40 acres irrigated land 3 1-2 miles from-, city. Ten. acres'un- der cultivation. All ditches in. Exceptionally fine piece of land. per acre. ?900.00 cash. Balance over 9 years at 6 per.cent, interest Z'2 acres of land partly irrigated, 2 miles from. city. .5110.00 per acre. Terms. Cood location-for garden, poultry or dairy. 160 acres exceptionally fine irrigated land 7 miles fronr city for cash. Balance over 9 years at 6-per cent. interest. Good irrigated garden tracts, close in and easy terms: 20, 30 or 4-0 acres. From per acre up. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 Alberta Railway ana Irri Are offering, for sale tKe cheapest lots on the market situated north of tlie track ;