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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, 3NT0veniber THE LETHIiltlUGE We nave several good propositions in farm lands wKicn are wortliy of your consideration. Come in and let us tell you about them. We are exclusive .agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment m Letbbridge to-day. HERE IS A BUY WORTH CONSIDERING BUILDING LOT ON GLYX STREET Close iut. 34x137 I'eet. Only...................51400 ONE Tl-HUD arrang- ed '10 suit F. C. Lowes Representing: North American Life Assurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co., Phoenix'Assurance Co., Ltd.. of London. Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, High River, Nanton, SPECIALS 4 lots, Block 1, North Ward, on water. each, cash; balance three, six, nine and twelve months. 2 lots, Block; 148, North. Ward, each; jone-third bal- ance six and twelve months. 4 lota, Block on water and sewer, each; one-third cash, balance sfx and twelve njoritns. 3 lots-on .G-lyn Street (near Courtland) cash, balance four and eight months. 3 .Block 23, facing east, near -MTcDuff street, each; one-third cash, balance four and eight months. 7 roomed fully modern house, good location, cash, balance in monthly payments. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 OttBlbck TOLSTOI HAS PASSED AWAY Efld 01 EVCIltfljl of a Patriotic Rus- McGILL MUSICAL (devoted himself to religious tcach- f. In he-" was ex-communicated by the Holy Synod, und in October, lOOo, the deposited his memoirs and diaries [with the curator of the Nunj-ansoft" taiT i seum on the condition tiiai they should i 'not be published until ten years af-''i [.litre EXAMINATIONS the Musical- throughout. University, general ,sccre- Kxarii illations the Dominion spent a day 12: 10' interest music 'teach-; Nov. Count Tolstoi, died here at six o'clock Leo thi i morning, following an illness of over I personal estat live the result of inflammation' of, the lungs, occasioned by the long winter flidit'.from his'liome at Yas- nava, the -which'1 is still unknown. ..On October '12, ter -Iiis-death, and in .November orthejcrs a'ni all who have the "interests oMI year he legally made over his j serious musk- at heart Jri these- local including his 'real and i exaniirat and 'in this way hasten to his wife and clul-1- the- -when- there will" be'- a Ami- LOOK THESE OVER 4 Jots. London JEld.7 each. 2 lots corner of Courtland ,and Ernest, ?1300. 4 lots, corner on each. lots, Bqmpas Sc., close in, PHONE 1034 :S, RIPLEY CO. v OFFICE, MACDONALD "BLOCK. i here will form Cana'dian standard in music. j explaining1, the work, secre- j only _ Tolstoi left his home, lea'vinj llu word secution from- its1 religious professions -a-dian. 'taring' -a oi other iban .that he, cuuhl no longer un the 'Russian' censor refusing to 'per- Music of -its this, position is ;mit its the London to per- Tolstoi anpiied toiflllcd -tl.- G, Pe.rrin, who ,wm Times and Lethbridgc next June-and the the THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK lots corner orErnest and London at each.' 6 lots in Block 2S Duff Add., close to new school at .7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster for important place' which McGiil -fills in intended to spend the remainder-of his davs in solitude. For almost a month his... family, kept-secret- the news of Tol- lengthy article in full, i-le continued I educationalMife of the Dominion it is.unt bV those who have interests at heart, and what tteriuturc of.Lethbridge is i stoi's disappearance. The that time oh to address his'lit- uneertainty and anxiety over her hus-'. erary work to the British press band's1-whereabouts, and the state of 1'. Tolstoi i his health, were, too much lot- j.Countess, v.rho finally .revealed Tolstoi hau virtuallv ed'his wifo an-cl farcily. Tolstoi's life for years had been very simple one. thf i, the desert'': Tolstoi was' several times threaten- witit-expulsion from Russia, and'! dcstmed lo the time has ar- CSAVPV-I -tiThac: ni -ho nm-nr Inved when work ..of the tinies on Lne yo nt of bs .coBducted-in. conform- but ;herseemed on the whole t jtv'to "the to have, been treated with unusual revolved bv Mc- .A lew lots near old'Fair. Grounds for SI 00 00 per down ten per month until interest aid no taxes Tule given _.any -'.2 cask per rcbntii. Tliese -lots will bring' per lot- Within :ncxt year It' you-want to make moaey H. JOIffiSOiV CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323' FIFTH ST.. Those local contin- Fearincc for his men-iieney bowever, expelled from Mos- elor an-d "Doctor. pliysician who accornpan Further, an import The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real and In- Loans surance SHERLOCK BUILDING Dowsjey J. B.'Mulhern Phone 544 handles fully modern" cottage, .Argj'le Ave., on largest; only __ terms. liandles new fully mod- ern 6 roomed cottage in nicest residential pare of city; only Terms- very easy. handles fully modern house three blocks from centre of city. Has seven rooms, bath, pantir, fur- nace, fire place, etc. The price is only Pair lots Duff Addition, must be sold at once, only each. These lots are close in and are at least each below market price. 160 acres irrigated land 3 miles from centre of city. Easy terms. Agents for The Alliance In- surance Co. T. N. CHRISTiE -CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance. Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. For Sale remove the aged philosopher tlie Anen.d aml conu-aae of .Peter the sUldcuts must pass with a theoretical ut of a railway trackman. and received. his education at an-ci a "practical examination before; sary to 1o the hut this humble abode life efforts of practical University, he was at heart a receiving the -McG-Ul certificate in the 40 .acres .irrigated ,land 3 1-2 miles fromotj. Teru acres un- cultivation. in, Exceptionally fine piece of acre.. .cash." Bala.uee'ovei''9 years at 6 per cent. -interest.'-.-" v. 32 acres of 2 miles from citj- per" or dairy. v 160, acres, exceptionally.fine "irrigated-Iand: 7 miles from citv for .Balance -over at. 6 per cent. interest. j'Tolst'oTwere was peasant, in the. sense of a word'-de-j.practical insures that the i j unconscious for several hours before (Voted'to' the' Improvement; of the con- holder 0I one of'these certificates has, er to lead them in the. .-fight path. With these objects- in-view he organiz- for cottage in Blk. 14S. handles.. 11520 ACRES Living water. Grass knee 3eep. Wheat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre this year in this Township- We are selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Look this up. FARM SECURITY CO. Whitney Lethbridge v 84 ft. frontage by. 142 1-2 feet, deep .near .corner 'of London and Ashmead facing SSOO cash. G. A. Peat Co. .General Insurance Loans Macdonald Blk. Phone 570 COAL MiNE f TVe have for sale cheap or will lease to a practical miner a coal mine near the city. This mine is fully opened out and fully equipped. Seven foot seam, best of coal. A snap for right party. F. J. GUMMING C-o Farm Security Co. Whitney Block" Lethbridge Nikolavitch Tolstoi im-i v.. ut> on a new educa- ional basis, 'co-operation in the im- provement, of cheap, popular publicd- waly called "Count Leo Tolstoi, .novel- ist and social reformer, was born on August 28; at Yaanaya Poliana. in the province: of Tula, Russia. tions, organized relief :i'or population of middle Russia. besidcs executive ability, an intellec- tual ihe subject. 1 The" .examination in theoretical- music will be on April .13th, and -the practical examinations in "will ap-j I secretary expressed i; Good irrigated garden tracts, close terms 5, 10, 20, .30 or.40 acres. From per acre" up.-1-.' j "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON, ALBERTA BLOCK. J--1, ,x .HO" ill' I12.U lUCL'neu a. years he en- eC MS property to copyrights, land andhviim he, .visited lered the army, and s casus, and "in the defenc in. the Cau- "of Sebas- tapool ajains.t -the British an'd .French allied forces. his appreciation of the warm reeep- that citv he tion and ;lhc money, aud durin's'the' recent agrarian-! would-have to. fonn the personal disturbances -but vainly, in- j acquaintance joT every teacher ot mu- .vited the peasants'jtb'plunder ncrc-- tate at Yasnaya-Poliana. There h'eK- He iirst made a reputation in lit- lived the life of a "peasant in a peasant] nut. partaking of only peasant's sim- erature by- a series of vivid sketches from Sebsstapool. When he left the. army-scou after the Crimean he devoted.-himself literature. His "War and a tale of in- vasion of Russia by Napoleon, iu 1S12, is-regarded ia Russia as being his mas terpiece, though his "Anna Karoniua." appeared in ISTb', and "The found greater favor ab- road, where his "Kreutzer Sonata." :ransiations of were -published pie food and wearing the peasiint's blouses, broad leath- er belt, fur cap, long beard, wide trou- pers, .tucked into high'Cowhide boots. But'although Tolstoi chose'the ex- istence of ii peasant, his family occu- pied the substantial family mansion on the estate not far from Tolstoi's Hut. Jn the mansion was "the auth- or's library, and there he went when- ever he desired to dictate to bis sec- retary, after v.-uich he returned to his GAYN0R SHAKES UP POLICE FORCE CHEAP BATE TO UNITED STATES Inducements Offered to American Residents of This Province Chicago, Nov. to j reductions in home visitors' excur- in also attracted wide attention, j peasant's occupation. Tolstoi wrote much on education he led a countryman's And although life, Toistoi and published a number of short stor- a reader, and amoong his recrea- PANAMA CANAL STOLE TRUNK FROM STATION Xov. t ho plction oi the Panama canal within of vision, interest, attaches Michel, NiA nc-ss has btvn Frank K. O to a furfttidahie army of figures in th last issue of the canal record, intljuu- j ing the cost to dale and extent ut" the depot at various branches of the ircat work. court forisk (hiring the OIKS, alias -Jarnvs 'njiij, iroia the C.P.1L Michel, a irun'v'., li'.c Maioncv. The ish reduced" fares have proved futile, i liayc cosl locks at the same 320 Acres ,280 Cash East 1-2 Sec. 1.1. Twp. 3, Range 14, per acre; ?4 per acre cash, fealance to suit Close to school house. Nine miles from town and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance 10 suit Good buys in Grassy Lake "ROTV island residential lots, close to the hotel in both Remember you arc buying direct from the owne.r. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1069 Four roads yesterday announced that they would 'participate in reduced fares. The Burlington, Great Western Soo and St. ablv -will be Tickets are to be sold Dec. 1 to 31, inclusive, withjcept in September. final return' limit of, three months from Jatc of sale. New Nov. shake-up in the police department, predicted ever since Mayor Gaynor took office, came today. The changes made a strike' at the foundation of the police department.- and place the entire de- tective force on a new footing. Beginning Saturday there Avill be no more branch detective bureaus in any ies and reminiscences1 of." childhood i'tions were chess, cycling, lawn ten-J of the boroughs.except Brooklyn. De- and youth, but of recent years he hadjuis and swimming. j teetives will DO" longer report to cap- tains of precincts or to inspectors of. districts, but lo a lieutenant captain of detectives, who will be directly re- sponsiuie to ihe inspector at head- Quarters in charge of the entire bur- who in turn, is under rhe second deputy commissioner, William Flynn. j In short the plain clothes men. the i handy men of captains and inspectors, j the ready errand runner for sys- j tern." has come to the end of his rope, j Detectives will be no part of tbe pre- j cinct commander's command, and will j work independently of the uniformed j police. I This is the policy of the English de- j lective force, vrhich works under Scot-1 laud Yard, a- centralized control, and it j also is in line with the policy of the secret service in this country. More than 600 detectives will have to adjust themselves to the new order. They will have nothing to do with gambling-, disreputable houses and j Keeping tne streets ciean or soliciting, j which will be looked after by a special squad. Their business will be to run j down criminals. j They will even refrain from" mak- j ing arrests whenever possible, leaving j that to uniformed officers, whose face j can become known to the criminal) world without impairing his useful- ness, i last there has'trunk and cusli valued. Up :o .September been en the Atlantic divi- nt a'cotit. :wo liur.drcd and fifty dol- ;sion The'central- divi-jlars. L'r.iicr liio criminal Jaws oi ision absorbed the great-j Ciinaita iiit.s most st-iious ofiencc lest item bcinc: over on MarrysnL'- a penally of fourteen years' Icavation, probably accounted for by impriio.-.nnnt. Tlie prisoner clcv- PLACE For your wants from -tlie JN1 .ursery Plant late in October and not nest spring. x Be sure and include a few t foot Russian Poplar in your order for shade'; and wind breaks. Specialprice 85c each, per dozea Express charges prepaid to your station vur Large Comet (Eed) Currant and our Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted., to prairie Two" years, per dozen and express-' prepaid. r Three years, per dozen aad express prepaid. We, prep ay express charges. Vv'e guarantee our goods to grow, We waiit to mail our price list to We want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. the tremendous cut at Culcbra. In the IJadfic division of crly ov Constable Ward, as- both lav un- v..v V.LO i r ision fares from Alberta and Saskatch United States money went for ihp depot platiorm for two houss jowan to" Chicago and Milwaukee in masonry and the j '-intil occu.sccl ori the scnu-, Point Laboc-a locks and him up. Ih: me lor trial. was "committed to Fcr- was brought up liet'oro The work Oi ing the harbor on charge of vagrancy, Paul. The rates prob- entrances is rr wiving much attention. being: wiilnnit. rinpioyjucnt and being one and one-half fare The ri retires yl work in Iht: Atlantic [a loosi- irllc ami person. Me arul down to Nelson for 'ninctv ciav.s. has been going on foe from St.' Paul 3nd will he participat- en trances las', mofnh rniiovcd accoi'Hi: cd in by the C.P.R. and C.N.R. -and cubic yards Oi mairrial. or more (hanjhan! Uthor ;l other lines. Tickets aretoiiias been "token out in any month ex- ffity thu- o Inug time an-fl many oi the "miners BENEFITS OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION Toronto. Nov. Garbed in all the' Church belcl on' lockers broken open and thoir hf-Idiicinsii abstracted REV. J. M. HARRISON, INVITED j at Martin Jalingcr 'on' TO CLARESHOLM CHURCH arraipni-d before MaRis-! finery of a toy soldier, beating his lit- tle drum, and ringing a dinner bell, a University of Toronto undergraduate burst upon the astonished circle of loiterers in the rotunda of the King Edward hotel at 9 o'clock last night. He was merely going through a per- formance, demanded as an initiation ceremony into one of the Greek Letter Societies at the University. A policeman took him to the police station. There the desk-sergeant after assuming tbe care of a tin sword, a little drum, a white cloth mask and sundry other tin-ware accent! emeu us. .ve iJJaj his freedom. tiate Hums on a cJiargc of stcalinc Claresholm. Xov. a meeting! _slloeS( _ floni ]oc'kcr. Was of t'ne official board o'.' tnc Jlethodist convictrd, and as an-example had to sentenced to thrcf imprisonment, with hard la- COLD WATER MADE 1 HER CHANGE MIND Lots l.and 2, Block S3200. Five lots, Block V., close to Victoria Park, each. Four Block 31. Alexander, each. Asquiti;