Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
November 23, THE LETHliKIlilif iDAILY HEKALD Page 3 We want all the listings we can get. yoti want to sell property, come; in 5 and tell us about it. HEFJE.IS A SUY WORTH CONSIDERING TjUILlMNG LOT OK GLYX STRES r. :Close in. 34x137 i'ccf.. Only for ?1200.00 Balance over: 0 years -ac interest. Good irrigateil garden tracts, close m and eas> terms 5, 10, 20, 30.or 40 acres..-. .From per acre up "LETHBRIDGEINVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA, BLOCK. the walls of, "the hot-ol ,'beile- The relations of the young lady.i tartrd this and will be -However, got wind ot" the ff promptly packed'her off to the "con tin- j n-ivfiecn jercoming to Uie marriage.! past, One .of- the .most sensational 11520 ACRES Living water. Grass knee ieep. Wheat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre this year in this Township. We selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Look this up. SECURITY Whitney Blk. Lethbridge .COAL MINE We nave for sale cheap or will lease to a practical miner a coal mine near the city. This mine is fully opened put and fully equipped. Seven foot seam, best of coal. A snap for right party. F. J. GUMMING C-o Farm Security Co. Whitney Block are-proviaed .security and surveillance through-a-corps of probation officers and a complete system of reportin A competent the home conditions' and stir of.ail children'dealt with by UJB court rau> rn-ct.argi as essential to gain the true bearing's; Both members of .the .fin and.in order to meet the truest needs; idpni-ii'fil I'or uiauy years of the child: I th.c life oi' the large live-j car romances-was .'that of a foreign j The unanimous verdict of 'Tac'-Con- .sto.ck intcrcsts .of Qorilicrn Montana, j-n-incess. -the one of the and were issociated i-oth' Ihi1: gress was in favor of prevention. Pre- laro-" CirMe" Cnltl fomoa'nr will arislocratic families ir- Austria, vention .not only retains the earning; hcaaquarters at Fort Ben 'Mont hvl10 lwo ago eloped with an ex-: the individual and his good-and Company of Teton county iu lieutenant, she first met while citizenship as an asset to the days when HIP cowboy domineered i he- was acting-as agent of a firm of saves the heavy expense of his wcs'-crri range arid tlie Urrngant' motor car manufacturers at Carlsbad, carceration. is vigilant in' Texas steer attempted to The young made a nu. o? HC- i tivity the energy which crime would Cr4 they have, in company with the ti-ial drive in a motor car she PLACE otherwise dissipate. It ig sate to fore- other stockmen of this" district, contemplated buying. Indeed, It was of 'children, the state is the gainer, not only by tne fruitful returns' of j wort ay lives, but by Oie enhanced pro- counlry. that thorough nc- [correspondence with, her lover. .T ent.oi'the which was sne decided 10 ask :he consent of vclopm possible i." C'vtu the of the nation. Tne Department oi' Neglected Child- ren, Edmonton, invites correspondence aii persons in redeem- hng child lite, protecting neglected 'cimdren, and providing homes for the Homeless. relatives to the aghast ai. iha idea. 320 Acres Cash East 1-2 Sec. Jl. Twp. D. Range 34. per acre; per acre cash, balance to suit. Close to school house. Nine 12 iies from town and elevator and fine piece of land.. Fine business comer, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance MEDICAL TO INVESTIGATE Cause ot' of Military Men to be Probed Toronto., the investigating the cause of the ir- J' jfection which led to eight officers of hen her hey dasSietl tfto riij jened the horse. Bein lit crashed into the door of .Miss Han s millinery parlors on Second e door was smashed buys in Grassy Laics UA-B- island residential lots, close to the hotel in bo-th you are buyins from tbs owner. W. J. Williams r. 0. Box 374 Phone 1060 tne Queen's Own Rifles contracting jtyphoid fever while on a visit to Eng- k I land, tbe militia aathoritios at Otta- j wo, have ordered a board of medical J officers to assemble. The .board, which will hold its first i sitting on .Mouay. -is composed of Foinir. C Nov. lumber jacks, ami an i-x-northwcsl mounted pohVi-maii into some (lifficullks :sireei ;it Elko hist -i.nrl arc now in the !1rjto splinters, the stove overturn- Fernic jail under charges of assault-led. and several other arliejps o.f furni ins: n. policeman, interfering with ajture were broken. The boy was thrown policeman in the discharge of his dutv The Princess, howe.-er. iivcmpt [planned an ciopemenr. dr.ly ]fier lover. And while at! I ithe instigation ot the Princess" j scouring Germany. K H ;Switzerland and France Tor fie j pie. they were quiet ly married and j spent iheir honeymoon at a secluded: hotel in Switzerland, heedless or" the i they had caused. j Why is it the chauffeurs arc so fas-; Tae question is answered' Beaulicu, in J 'j'lie Car. "We suggests that there is: more ordinary masculine" altrac-! non for the feminine mind in a. smart-j looking motor man. He is usually u j skilled driver, gifted with a good man- j ner. delerenual, yet independent, and j .Magrafb. Xov. Saturday white- Phillip Palmer, young- jest son or Palmer, was driving cmating? down the street in a buggy, two Lord .Montague, of frighi- For your wants-from tlic Plant late .in October and not nest spring. Ee sure and include a fevf eight .foot 'Russian; Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks. .v Special price S5c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Eed) Currant and our Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. s'...v Two years, per dozen and "express prepaid. Three years, per dozen and express prepaid. We prepay express charges.' guarantee our goods to grow. We want to mail our price list to you. We want to please you. Place Orders Now Si V, Minor .Lake, B. G. "Just as the fair sex on a liner say and resisting arrcsi- )non drinking rather freely in the Columbia Hold ;ind when refused more liquor iiipy bcpin to lurn The six mer I "Ut 9l lilc but receiv- Of the.capuin 'What a dear1" remarks i 'led no serious injuries. The guilty l.jLord Montagu, "and often wish they j pai-ues have not as yet .been discov- placc into a rmmh house. Policeman !matter no'.v in churge. ercd. but ConszabJo Crookston has the most feminine of them adore the were Mrs. Captain, and just as the) Lcacy was cilird in and whih; at-j wm arrest the gang was so-jm0ntns- or tlie by stand- i ers inlcn'ri'cri and corralled the men has jtor. the singer, or the author, so wo- c 1: secured a si.xjmeii in love a man of 10 management of who does things, controls things, and..' Elevator Co. control them. too. if the occa- in the local jail and sent to Fernu: fanci started school in tne Taylor arose. The sense or bein for more pofice. Chief -Samson and jLieut.-Col. J. T. Fotheringham, P. M.j Magistrate Alexander went down this! Amos Peterson has charge of the ju. X. U.. and Captain J. T. Clark, p.! morning brought the lot to Ker-; elevator now. v A. .M. c. 1 n'C and lodged them in ihe provincial j jjail. l-leatiicrshaw. .Magrath's enter The investigation was'taken, it is! understood, at the initiative of the; Inspector-General at Ottawa. i The officers taken sick were: Cap-' .Montreal, Nov. i'L'. tains J. George, adjutant: A. J, K. en's censure of-Mayor Xaihan of twenty carloads of machinery. _______________ prising implement man. received a AFTER GUERIN'S SCALP i large shipment of spring machinery ]las! week. .Mr. Weathersbaw will ship City -Magrath before July 1. IDU. Ov- i Kirkpatriciv, P. Pell and Dr. Winuett, 'and Licuts. H. G. Muutst, C. V. ilas- sey. H. M. Gzowski, and R. K.. George. is likely to come bctore the Thc Jubileo Singers, beside? where thq legality of the resolutions [giving their regular entertainment win be attacked. As Mayor Guerin Iherc or. Saturday evening, gave a high With the exception of Lieut. Szowski, 'spent civic money m cabling the fam- j class sacred concert in the Presby- soJutely dependent upon the man at j the wheel a peculiar ami results in tlie sense of trust.! broadening some tiiues inio senses of! ot her things. "And. looking back, this attraction towards the driver, or guidor pt mov-'j ing ships is very old. Lots 1 and 2, Block 53200. Five lots. Block V., close to Victoria Park.' each. Four lots Cccrasr) Block 11. Alexander. S2.30 each. Asqiiith Lindsay Real Estate and Financial Brokers P.O.Drawer 3051. Phone 11C3 decided, MUNICIPAL MATTERS ARE ;on a mcioi- trii> through the States for hundred years ago it was the moStja was cn- inieresnng form of tittle-uutle and gos gagedi and he proved so atlractivo 10 sip to discuss how So-and-so's stud the yoan bride Ihnf at rhc cnd Qf or- horseman had run away with whose death unfortunately resulted, all are now well on the way to recov- ery. in the opinion of most of the offi- cers, the infection originated at Que- bec before the regiment sailed for land, as only >ew days the ar- rival of the rcRimeni. in England, the officers were taken ill one by one, un- til, ten days :ifter landing, eight of them do vot.' ous resolution to the Vatican, an church last flight, tion demanding his disnr.alificsiicn is also anticipated. j TAFT RETURNING HOME Xoriolk, Vn., Nov. States cruiser bearing HIT BY STREET CAR Kingston. Ont., Nov. man James was hit by a car this morning, and is now in the Hospital, lie was driving around the court. The seventeenth and eight- jso> eenth cenlury histories and plays arc President Taft home from j corner when the car struck his car- He was taken away bleeding was sighted today, and is expected tojriagc. reach Hampton KoDds this afternoon ,i .unconscious. QUiHT IN IV-ACL.EOD Macleod. Xov. yet. there is six months she eloped with him and jlurle in an heiress or proposed to a ward ofjleft lier in despair; so much muuicipaJ ejections, In rull of allusions to sucix "Perhaps Jehu, who drove furious- ly to the common danger, was a charm er in his time; at any rate, there is no doubt ihat rapid motion has a dis- tinct effect upon the human mind." The second case wns perhaps even more painful. A rich American girl hnd married into a well known by h.c Jie is now. at. the ag; thiu hc trjed IQ b of Councillors Dirk- of a man whose life has boea totally wreck- ed by a fickle woman. Quickly stops cnres colds tho tbroot mjf.'. Lambert have been mentioned for mayor. i-'awcett. hns iiot. announced whothrr be will try for a second terra The reiiring councillors arc: Day and 1 licks, and .Mr, Hicks' sunes he will not be a candidate ior ;ils ire-election.