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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, ..November 24, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 LOT BLOCK 22, DOTE ADDITIOST-TJus lot has for a cellar one- hall cash; balance. 3, and 6 mos. at 8 per cent. v' mos., 8 per cent' 5 LOTS in Block 12, Alexander pair; f 225 cash mos.. 8 per cent F.C month to suitable tenant. cottage to rent, furnished, ipr Very close in-: 311 Reprinting: North American Lift Awurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co., Phoenix Assurance Co., of London, -OFFICES High River, Nanton, GOOD INVESTMEuVTS iBIock 96 (corner on water and .sewer, splendid building site. terms. Lot and a half, Block 149, on water, ?50Q.OO., One-quarter cash, balance 4, 8 and-12 months. 2 Lots Block 25, Duff Addition, close to New School, each'. One-third cash, balance 3 and 6 months. Lot street, sewer and water, fiood terms. A big-snap in fully, nlodern abuse, close in.' Enquire. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block REVOLUTION BECOMING LOANS THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE- v v 'SHERLOCK "2 lots corner of Ernest and London at ?600.00-each4 lots in Block 26 Duff Add., close to new school at cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, racing Westminster for. The Dowslcy McMillan Land Co. Real and In- surance SHERLOCK BUILDING A. M. Dewsley J. B. Mulhern Phone 544 handles fully modern cottage on ,14th St. South, bath, electric lights etc.. Only at per month, and we guar- antee- to rent same for .per month. do yon think of it? handles fully modern 1- roomed house on Rogers St. only terma on 2 corner lots 3rd avenue (Redpath) East of Westminster Road. Easy terms. buys two -corner lots on .London' Road. Easy terms. outfit for sale. composed of .4.heavy horses, harness, wagon, buggy, binder se'eder; mowing machine, bar, rows, plows and a number, ol other, articles nearly nev. Will 'sell at.'half their valuo and easy terms. Agents for thfr Alliance As- surance Company .T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial i Agents Diamond Insurance, i T. N. Christie, Notary PuMic. Diamond uty, Alta, Mexican Situation Very Acute and Troops are Busy fighting began early this morning at Santa and Torreone. ".'A large force of cavalry has been sent m-pursuit of the revolutionists, who nave withdrawn" .toward San Pedro, decisive battle is expected to- lajv'f-'V; ,'A temporary lull has taken-place--in tne at Torreone, with the. ;overnraent forces in "lull control of he: city. Wild! scenes ,of disorder marked the night in'that city, and he.'death list is estimated at'60 or 70, 1 largely .front the .insurgent side. j revolutionists lack organization and .-leadership, and their supply of arms.and ammunition is limited. At tnis hour (6 a.m.) fighting' also Has ceased "at" insurgents are massed, city and have control, of a large "territory. The gov-, ernment :fpr.ces and property, owner are In possession of the city. .The.wires'on the El Paso -branciio CANCELBEET SUGAR BONUS F0MAFTER Xov. Provincial government, have decided to abolishVthe provin- cial bonus tov beet' sugar in- dustries. An" act repealling the beet sugar bonus act -was the House 'terday. afteriidon by the Min- ister of Agriculture.. The old act was passed ..with, a .five year term, "and the term has 'about expireai'.; -The Knight Sugar Co., -of Raymond, which received the. -bonus under the act this year, will -be the last company to-get .the -bonus. The was.a quarter of a cent, .per .hundred..poiinds of sugar turned Xov. G-overiwr-elect j Eugene N. Foss issued a sta't-emest I tonight in he demands" that Senator .Henry, Cabot Lodge .-with- draw from the field 'for Jn the .event of a" refusal Mr, Foss declared go 'sec- tion of the.'commonwealth paign" to "defeat" the senator. Mr. Foss' statement in part follows "In the, name'jf tiie majority oi the ot the coHimon- oi Massachusetts', I demand. LOOK THESE OVER 4 lots. London ?350 each. 2 lots corner._of Courtland and Ernest, 4 lots, corner" St, each. r ''i'-'.''. T lots Bompas in, ?630 each" PHONE 1034 L S. CO. OFFJCE, MACDONALD BLOCK. AFTER SHEARER 11520 ACHES Living crater. Grass knee deep. 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 Lethfarfdge 320 Acres Cash Hast 1-2 Sec. 1.1, Twp. 3, Ranse 14? 118.50 per acre; per acre cash, balance to suit, to school house. Nine aiiles from town and elevator aad' fine piece of land. Fine business, corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 Sl.OOO cash, balance withdrawing. contest for election. the. senate .-would be a repudiatdoh. of the great victbry of-tlis people-at that last election. Ke was on trial as, much, not more, than Governor Draper, and if he. _fead- .been .the candidate, my ma- jority would" have been double" what' it -The issues On which' which- "-I' lots near old "'Fair; Grounds fb'r" ?1'00 00 pef and ten-per month until and no taxes Tide given 2 cash-and. 515'pefmonthi. !'Ttiese-Jots wil1 Bring within n ext j ear __ _ 1 .If you want to make money buy, now. J'J. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. ..JOHNSON FIFTH ST. For Sale for cottage in. 148. handles.." for 1 1-3 lots Blk.-14S. 84 ft. frontage "by ,142 1-2 feet deep near corner of London and Ashmead facing east, ?SOO cash. G. A Peat Co. General Insurance Loans Macdonald Blk. Phone 570 Northwestern Rallroa nave! been cut and nothing can b learned as. to .4he situation WIIICR was'- elected, liCSOlVeS tO honest tariff- revision; downward, lower .-duties on ther. necessities free raw- materials, an untaxe'd food with Canada and more domesticity In our form of gov- ernment. "We all know' where' Senator Xodge stands on these, issues, and where he lias stood ail; fh'ese" years. To "re- elect-him step backward, and never learned to walk'backwards.' "I'- jiever sign his credentials except' -at-the -end of a campaign r': .last MVan "He must He' must defend-his'position before the' 40 acres'irrigated'land miles city Ten acres uu- der in.. .Exceptionally fine piece of land per acre. ?900.00 cash.. Balance, over 9 -eais ac G per cent -i S2 acres of land 2 miles from city 5110 00 per .Terms." garden, poultry or 'dairy. 160 acres exceptionally''fine irrigated laud 7 nules from city for ?1200.00 Balance" over 9 years at 6 per cent interest- .garde'n tracts, close in and" easy terras 5 10 20 acre's: From ;acre up.. "LETtifiRIiXlE INVESTMENTS" A HELGERSON MassacKusetts will not per- i mit h'irn manipulate- Uidr' legislature. I am -ready'and, -f lit ff (, retire, will be on the stump' section of the state, and we" out wjiere.the'.people ytand.- "Senator not.. in touch the ".new. order of .things, not up with, the spirit of'the-times. He Goes not.represent the-people, thtr-mon and women in. the ordinary walks of life." FOUND GUIL1Y FORGING CHEQUE VERY. VERY DRUNK, VERY. VERY SORRY Police Court Had a Var- The civil docket-of .the general sit- j tings of the. District Court winch has been .'sitting for the past two days was completed yesterday, with the Hearing of the case of Kenna v. the Bentley Co. Plaintiff sued for wages and the BeuUey Co. had counter claim i against plaintiff, alleging negligence on his part while driving a rig for iety of Cases on Hand the horses to run The case of Tbos. furick and S. Jfurick. charge! firing off firearms within the city lim- them in allowin away. mintil! was awarded SCO s.nd costs and the counter claim dismissed. Conybeare, Church McArthur ftoinancank, T. for the Bentley Co., and R. A ed to one of the largest audiences ev- j MONEY IN DAIRY PRODUCE its on Friday night came up in police Juage Carpenter were- court yes.erday afternoon. Defend- ants pleaded not an-J case was adjourned until tomorrow. -William Johnston, a liver- stable employee, and oiiiy a lad. in yeais, Smith .for Kenna. Other cases decided by His Honor lathered to witness a dramatic pro- j Ottawa. Xov. A. Ruddick. in Grrssy rostfenrial Ut close to the hotel in both yon-' arc buying from Lno owner. W. J. Williams P. O. Box 374 Phone 1069 uction in Cards'ton. The numbers ,j snowed that the local efforts n-ere not j unappreciated, and certainly there none disappointed by the pres- The play was well cast, management and fittings were the best ever seen locally, and ail the players acquitted themselves with great credit. sXevcr before did a Cardston audi- ence have a local play, better handled entation. uie stage a report, recently issued in respect to the dairy trade of the Dominion, stat that total exports for the last fis- cal year shows an increase in value of dairy products reported amounting to Mr. Ruddick, on the basis of an annual consumption per head of S10. estimates the value of the products consumed during the year iyou-10 to be which, added to the value of the exports given as as to scenery and costuming, and Mr. I makes a total of vv. o. Lee as stage manager and Mrs. 000 as the total value of the dairy Annie D. Snow in charge of the cos- production in Canada ior the year turning and the ladies' -portion of the' I j presentation, are certainly to be warm ly congratulated for their successful ei forts got very, very drunk yesterday, an.l became very, very abusive towards a police ofC-cer. He spent lasi night In the cells, and this morning was wery. very apologetic. The Charge of :is- 'A 'n-'J.S quently withdrawn, and lie was fined tnrec ind costs for being -drunk and disorderly. The only other drunk before the court this morning was V. Edwards. He also was very, very drunk. Con- stable G-eogehan came upon him yes- terday afternoon cutting a wide swath along the sidewalk. Just as the offi- cer hove in sight, Edwards stumbled and almost landed in the embrace of a party of ladies out doing their early Jhiistmas shopping. He also was fin- ed and costs tm's morning. Glimes, who was caught by a P. H. officer stealing a ride Vrooman v. Marriott et al. Judg- ment for plaintiff in amount of claim given. Conybeare, Church Me Ar- thur for plaintiff and S. J. Shepherd for defendants. Upton v. Hanson: judgment for am- ount claimed. Smith Cameron for! plaintiff; defendant in person. j Houk v.. Little: judgment for plain-! tiff for and Smitt C eron for plaintiff, and Jolmstonc Kitchie for defendant. Smith v. Daniel, a dispute over di- vision of profits made by a plowing outnt, owned by defendant and ed by plaintiff. Plaintiff claimed 1 The action was dismissed. Smith Cameron for plaintifr, and Conybeare.! 1 Cnurch :McArthur for defendant. Tne rest of the cases were either serued out of court, or held over un- til the next sitting. Guilty-of Forgery On the criminal list the old man Fin- PLACE ORDERS NOW Plant late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a few eight foot Eussian Poplar in your order for shade and windbreaks. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Comet (Eed) Currant and our Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairiexplantin2T. -L O A wo years. per dozen and express prepaid. ,...._ Three years, 13.00 per dozen a ad express prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee, our goods-to We want to mail our price list to yon. We want to please vqu. Place Orders Kootenay Valley" Nurseries. .Mirror B. C. Lois -J and 2. Block oX S320U. lots. Block V.. close to Victoria Park, each. Four lots (corner) .Block n, Alexander, S25C each. Asquitb Lindsay "Real Estate and Financial Brokers P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1153 caernoft'. -charged with forging cheque for ?3.25, using the name of STRATHCONA TURNS SOD WINNIPEG MAN SEEKS DIVORCE Ottawa, Xov. Canada Ga- that Arthur A. railway news agent, will apply to parliament for a divorce from his wife, Travers El-la Harvey, of Edmonton. zette contains notice James, a, Winnipeg the giant octopus, appeared in court amitb Wilson contractors and pleaded guiltj- to the charge. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to London, Xov. Strathcona turned the first sod of the Canadian Building for the festival of empire at obliged to takp up the option, the Crystal Palace. SOCIALIST EDITOR to the Kentucky authorities." The was lined ?10 and costs, wi'.h the op tion of UO days' imprisonment. Having a red cent to his name was PLAYWRIGHT'S ESTATE GOES TO FATHER York, Xov. Attorneys for Clyde 'Fitch, playwright, who died in France several months schedule ol" his estate, 0-icJcJy.Tops 111S Ia the Uu-oatand 25 Jea at ago, filed a all of which goes to his father. The value is plac- CARDSTON MEN ENTER SUIT ON HORSE DEAL Pilling Bros., of Cardston, have en- tered suit in the Supreme Court 'ag- ainst Carl Anderson, of Sugar City. idaJio. and David Burton, of Taber, claiming the balance unpaid on a sale of twenty-four head of hors- es -by plaintiffs to defendants. Jves Ball are solicitors for nine months'" imprisonment. Uex Gallagher Case Gailagner, in which James Uailagher, of Grassy Lake, is charg- ed witn securing the name of August adjourned until next court, accused being admitted to bail. The cases of Hararich and Leigliton, two young men arrested by the police last wr-ek, and charged by j. vo with indecently assaiiU- ing them, were-laid over, the complain witnesses having the citv. MUST GO TO -JAILJdictment charges that the words were scurrilous, defamatory and t St. Paul, Xov. D. Warren, of, Girard. Kas., editor of the paper, Ap-! peal to Reason, must serve six -months in the federal prison at Leaven wort h. I Kas., and pay a fine of imposed i in character. O'CONNOR THE ENTERTAINER London. Nov. J. Thorold in Kansas. The sentence of that cdtirt' tion of now T.' P. O'Connor obtained was affirmed by an order of The United dollars in Canada. He- says T P ,is States court of appeals filed yestor-; rcffarrtort as a public entertainer, day. Warren was.accused of sending! many of nis hearers knowing no; .n-' through ihe United Stares mails en- j about Homo Rule, ;md oaring less velopcs marked on the- outside of' Tiiorold saw many members of which was printed. "SI.OOO reward rill Mamcni. putlmg 2f> cent: pieces in The be paid to any person who kidnaps collection plate and forthwith wearing ex-Governor Taylor and rcto.rnh. him'pleased expressions ;