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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Satmlay, November KJi tlxlAij-k QiCellar. 1 LOT IN BLOCK 22; DOTE lot has ab half cash 3 and 6 mos. cent, 4 LOTS in Block and 6 mos., 8 per cent 5LOTS in Block 12, Alexander per pair; FOE EEls 6 room cottage to rent furnislie'd, 'itoe .monf.hs. Very dose -iir; a month to suitable tenant: v- ?I CALL AND GET ONE pi? blJK MAPS OF Phone 311 T t. Lowes North American Life Assurance Co., London Guarantee and Phoenix Co., Ltd.i of London. Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, High River Nanton, Lot' half, Block 149; on 1500; quarter caen; balance jabnilig.' i- 2 Block 25, Duff 'Addition, close to new school, f 380 each; 3 6 mos. Lot.and aalf'.Brunton St., sewer and ;good1 modern house close in, snap. FL V. GIBBONS GO. Ott Block Ik. -LOANS IKE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE, w ,v >v R .s; SHERLOCK :2: corner of Ernest. and London at 1600.00 each. 6 lots in Block 26 Duff Add., close to new school at 7 -roomecl. cottage on 2. lots in Block 123, Westminster for- THE OUmPISTO The Division of one of the Strong Points of-the Contest, Insures Equal Opportunity for all -Get Your iathe First Published List Your FrienHs are Waiting" to Help You .The first jist of .candidates will be published day. Get in .on the ground .floor -by .having your name in among the 'live wires; Your friends are waiting to help you. expenses paid -fprTboih, 'to the famous .Lakies, taking the Banff -trip' or; the. Negotiations -the third grand 50-ibot- ...building are about completed.'- Aniiouiiceiaent -of be niade Monday. The Dbwrfty McMfllanLandCo. Real Loins and In- guranoe SNCfitOCK BUILDING JL B. Mulhtrn i handles fully., modern oottafe on 14th St. South furnacei bath, -electric ..lights etc. Duly balance at H5; per 'month, and.-. we guar- 'antes to '.rent .same, for "What do yop 'think- of 'it? handles fully modern 7- robmedl house on .Rogers St. only Easy terms on balance. eacbi buys 2 comer lots ?rd avenue (Redpath) oi "ff-'estminBto- Road. Easy S825.00 buys two corner lots on LoEflon. Tload. Easy terms. outfit for sale. oompoeod of, 4 heavy horses. wagon, buggy, binder mowing machine, har- plows and a number other -articles nearly new. 'Will seil "at half their value? and easy terms. for the Alliance As- .Company T. N. CHRISTIE CO; Real Estate and Financial 'Brokers. Diamond City .Townsite.-' v Insurance, Loans T, N. Chriiatie, Notary F'ubiicf Diamond city, Aita. COAL We have for sale cheap, or will lease to a" practical'SUner a coal mine near the .city. This-mine is. fully- opened, out and fully .equipped. Seven foot seam, best .of-coal. i. snap for right party. F. J. GUMMING C-b Farm Security Col Whitney Block Lethbridgc DKEXEL BROKE ALTITUDE RECORD Two ...gentlemen ;.outside called at the -Contest.Depart-.j ment; yesterday, each bringing a nom- ination from, their respective prospects are'4hat the 'Herald's Contest 'this year better-start than, last year. It is e's- pected.-that nearly all-the large and-! j email 'towns "will- be represented be- Idrs :the' Contest gets well, under way. If enthusiasm-counts for-anything, candidates so. entered could not] be surpassed. j .Cold Cash oh Display ..-A.il the people from Missouri ''were i shown" yesterday. The Herald placed f in'bills of large dimensions the- show window of 'Wright's jewelry- store, .During the afternoon hundreds I -of persons, stopped and gazed ihgly at the fine display'of-greenbacks' This -sum of money will 'be given in lieu of the Coronation'trip should thej winner prefer the cash. The-9100.00 "are of-'the same size as .other' bills of' smaller' but the are large enough to surround] loaf .of option- al 'second will be on.'dis- play -again Wright's. Hare a call -ar the- test and learn how you, may win the or the W.'O..Lee, of Cardston.. called" on the Contest -Manager." yesterday--and ar- rangements, were made" whereby, .the winners of the Banff, and. Laggan trips have another option besides _ taking ?75.00 in' the successful; 11520 ACRES Living water. Grass knee deep. Wheat yielded 40 vu- snels to acre this year In this "We arc selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Loot this up. FABM SECURITY CO. Whitney Lsthfaridge Machine Showed that He Went up 9970 "Feet Philadelphia, Nov. Asm- strong Drexel -broke ail -aeroplane alti- tude records here today when he climbed above this city until his Bier- iot was unable to make further pro- gress in the rarefied-atmosphere.'The i ink in "the needle, of his baragraph fan out at 9970 feet, vrlnch was accept- ed as a new world's record tonight by Clifford B. "Harmon, chairman of the National Association of Aero Clubs of America, and James King the secretary of that body. .The instrument .is the which Johnstone carried made the former record of 9714 feet at Belmont park on October 31. it was.brought to this city under the seal by Mr. Duffy in order that the record made would be official. same, one when he St. despatc COUNTESS VERY ILL Nov. ;ui- that the Countess Tolstoi is ill, having a temperature of 102.9. ,_ The will of the late count" leaves his These lots -will i ,-all Automobile and Europeaii Tour NOMMTION nofnifiatiori 'does not count as a vote and need be sent in but 'once for each can- 'di'date.' I (Name of Candidate) District No. (Street or Town) .Signed. (Name of- -.-the candidate to" 'compete 'for the Shetland Pahyy'-sign-name be- low. O' s; Competing for Shetland Pony. 1'riehd: on a.two weeks' .vacation.: all the .other good things offered, in the Herald' contest A finer lot, of-biight- -boys and girls than _are. enrolled for T the. Shetland pony, rharness and cart, ;neVerVentered a competition of any kind: Tor en- thusiasm- the" little people surpass the grown-ups, at- least their .ardor shows more plainly, on' the surface. or in a subscrip- tion is 'sure _ to be the one who ,wins the i Shetland and' outfit will be very lucky in'deed.- appearing: in the ad 're- presents the Shetland giv- en. in a" recent iiiceness. of, the shaggy 'little children's pet, and ,the "kiddie" who woa.-it was overjoyed., and the others, who in -the have a; of moheyior-.ChristmaB.'- CalT'on or Write Contest; Mafiager :If .you want win the -fine -.large McLaughlin-Buick .-the Coronation -trip (or same as may -be seen in 'Wright's show >win- the choice -.building -lots or the.j rdesirable district the- Shet-j land -pony; -harness cairt, send or your nomination "to 'the Contest Herald, in. the Her-: aid building. It it :is hot convenient to. call, phone and ai representa- tive- of the contest.pffice. will -call on you -by The Herald' is the' newspaper- Vf or Sauthern- Alberta, subscriptibhs fdr7- is] LOOK THESE OVER Lots on Ernest Street, between Bompas and Coiirtland. Price On good tennsf L S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK.- GKEAT BARGAINS We have 26 lots left in our "block: near the old. Fair Grounds which -we are selling for per lot. cash and. ?10 per'inbnth, or ?15 .lots: and' These lots are worth much more, but to close out the we will sell for a few days, the rest of the lots at W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson- Block 323 _ Candidates outside of, Lethbridge who desire 'to a -talk with-the! UontestVManager, and- who intend make an effort to. be among the win- ders, are invited- to'rcome .to Leth- bridge -an -interview. rail- road fare; 'will As soon as possible -all outside district candi- dates. will-receive a visit from .a Con- test-Department 'but! all.4his -takes. time- ...Come- to town, -do your on -Contest. en: 'and collect, expenses from the Herald. This means if you. become, an active candidate. 40 acres irrigated' miles from cityi Ten. der cultlration. All ditches in. Exceptionally line flece of 185.00 per acre. cash. Balance- over 9 st JMT cent interest. 32 acres of land partly Irrigated, 2 miles from city. fHQ.09 per acre. Terms.! "Good.Llocation.f-or dairy. 160: acres exceptionally- fine "irrigated land 7. Balance over. .8..years .at interest. j Good irrigated .in and 21, 30 or 40 acres. _From jper acre up., _ "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL A HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 'tf BY KILWAT The Vancouver Trades and Labor very acute. William D. Haywood, ouncil elected a delegate from, the Waitresses' Union to an executive po- sition- in the council. This item of news will be read with a smile by cer- late secretary of the Western Federa- tion of Miners, who will be remember- ed as the centre of attraction in the now historical murder trial at Boise. aiu "superior persons'' -whose studr Idaho, is lecturing through thst par of sociology is from the standpoint of of South Wales. The authorities, fear- ing trouble, have disarmed the local militia because of their close affilia- tion to the dis-satisfied miners, of an ardent devotee of pink suppers, vhist drives and other like strenuous ursuits. As modern industrialism woman "will take an ever-increasing confronting ror oiaie Street Each buys 2 cor- ner lots on Ern- on Ernest street. close in. G. A Peat Co. General Insurance Loans Macdonald Bfk. Phone 570 the his unpublished works. legatee Via. -r LYNN ACQUITTED Medicine Hat, Nov. P. Lynn, C. P. R. returned from Moose Jaw on No. 1 last evening to rejoin his wife and family here. He was liberated yesterday after his honorable acquittal on a charge laid by Mrs. Blanchflower last summer of chloroforming her while, a passenger in a. Pullman, the object being presumed to be robbery. activity in the problems wage-earners. In the recent skirt-makers" strike in Cew York the women engaged vraeed such an aggressive campaign''and with such unconventional' tactics that the bosses were glad to capitulate and ac- cede to the girls' demands. The mere matter of being- clubbed by the police and the pickets being led off to jail did not deter the girls from ject, and when President Gonipers of the A. F. of L. appeared on the sciene as a possible arbiter ,he was firmly re- quested not to interfere. That women are capable of holding; responsible positions in labor %organ- develoris jwilom thirty thousand are now on strike. A peculiar feature of-the labor troubles now on in England is that the contracts made by the leaders" have been repudiated, in many instances, by the rank and file of the workers. The Russian government is seeking to Savio Fedorenko, a refu- gee no win Canada, for the alleged murder- of a Russian policeman. Juaiicu IViciluets, iviiu iieard tne case tried at. Winnipeg, gave a decis- ion that Fedorenko must be handed over to the Russian authorities to deal with him as they deem fit. This refugee who is claiming so much attention from the public was a is verified by facts and" thej--2 ,mem'ber of the political party which are not a few so-called labor leaders that- might be by women to the great of wage-earners in general. The Retail Clerks evidently mean business when they intend to make "the six o'clock closing" an issue-by taking the matter up with the provin- cial government at Edmonton. Th3's a move, but; why .not SNAPS 37 1-2 feet facing east, block 20 Duff, terms Slots Glyn St. north of London, each Lots 38 and 39 block 124, snap, at each SKEITH TILLEY Corner Round and Dufferin Phone 1343 a half-holiday during the week? Sure- ly the Retail Clerks have private busi- ness to transact; how they ever man- age to get it done passes comprehen- sion. The usual objections to this move; his execution, preceded by a medieval system of torture, will take place within a. very .short, time after he arrives in Russia.' A" political refu- gee has always..been'granted asylum under -British institutions and the names of Garibaldi, Marx, Kossuth a'nd come to mind who found1'-'a "refuge when death or imprisonment faced them in their own countries. it is to the credit of the Winnipeg trades-unionists that public attention was brought to bear upon this case. They commissioned H. Hoop, of he i Postmen's Union, to address public' meetings all over the country in order to .arouse sentiment ,in favor of the Russian refugee. Mass meetings have' been held in Toronto and, Winnipeg! at which the mayors and numbers, of i influential people voiced sympathy for! the Russian. In Alberta the govern-! by the resolution passed, have given its official view of the matter, and those of the laity having a know- ledge of the, circumstances the Rus- sian patriots have .to contend with, are hoping that this one will escape ic issw" of the Ru5Sia.ii bear, i The number of martyrs who have! given their Jives to liberate their i country from the horror -R-hich is sup- i posed to govern. is legion, and the dy- ing statement .of a young girl''who shot a., brute.governor nf i PLACE ORDERS NOW Ifor your wants from the Nursery., Plant late- in October and not next; spring. V Be sure and include, a. few >ight' foot Eussian Poplar in your "order for shaole and wind Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Red) Currant and pur Black Champion are premium wirnierSj Mghest quality and perfectly adapted .to prairie planting. Two years, 12.00 per dozen arid expiejss prepaid. >Three per dozen We prepay express charges. We guarantee our sroods to "--I? O We want to mall our price list to yxm, We want to please you. Place Orders Now ny in _ v K, Mirror Lake, B. 0. seeks to displace autocracy and sub- stitute democracy in its stead. To voice sentiments against absolut- ism as it exists in Russia is consider- ed high treason and consequently Fed- orenko fell under- liie ban of the Czar's displeasure. The usual fate in store for politicval prisoners in that country is long terms of imprisonment. "Siberia" and Fedore'nko understanding this when about to be taken, he, in a des- perate struggle for liberty, shot one of the officials who sought his arrest. He made good his escape to the fron- tier and eventually landed in Canada. Martial law reigns supreme in al- no 'doubt, .be offered as to all jmost every province in Russia, and al- ottier movements towards shortening the work-day .of wage-earners..- The increased leisure will result in .greater dissipation. As "Happy" would say, "dese arguments are sumpin fierce." -j According to recent press dispatches from England the situation 'in 'the raining districts of South'Wales is though the pomp and circumstance of contending armies is .not seen, ypt nevertheless there is a civil war in progress, and it is only a ques- tion of time when the throne of Nich- olas will collapse as sudden as did Manuel's of Portug'al. If Canadian authorities deliver Fedorenko to the.-emissaries of province, shows the spirit of the revo- lution: "I have only my life to give, and it is such a little She was shot immediately after. Shall Fedor- enko go back to the grave awaiting him, that's the V A convention of the organized elec- trical workers will be held in Calgary about the second week in December. This will be the first convention held in Canada that will devote itself purely electrical, and it is another milestone passed in the industrial de- velopment of the West; also it speaks volumes of the progress of the-elec- tricians organization. The agenda shows sucli items of in- terest as "The technical training of "Safety appliances for, high-tension "Legislation for electrical etc., etc. U C The Cereal Workers' Union in this city is making progress and it will be only a short time when both of the local flour mills -will- be manned by union labor. Also a new organiza- tion is be formed B. C. The secretary of the Letbbridge Cereal Workers Union is 'how in com- munication, supplying the necessary information. 1 An Allied Printing Trades Council Lots 1 and 2, Block 85, ?3200. Five lots, Block V.. close to Victoria Park, each. Four lots _ Block 11. Alexander, each. Asquith Lindsay Reai Estate and Financial Brokers P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1183 is in the'process of formation. Leth- bridge is rapidly taking on the gait of a metropolis. The growth" of union- ism is a fair criterion of the growth of the city. KILWAT. OVERSTUDY KILLS A YOUTH Baltimore, Md., Nov. a mental collapse, brought on from overstudy, William Mitchell, 10 ears old, of South Dakota, a candidate foir entrance to the West Point military academy, died in a hospital here to- day. Heart trouble was given as the cause of death. HAD GOOD MAJORITY Ottawa, Nov. the office of the clerk of the crown in Chancery, word was received this morning Draromond-Ai-ihabixsca, where The bye- election was held. Gilbert, the Nationalist victor, has oa official majority of 207, out' of a poll of fifif'. Mr. Gilbert will probably take 'his sesf. in the House on Mon-day. The ilobajc on the Address from Uic Throne will noi. be concluded before Monday night or Tuesday next. the c'.ircs colas, heals tbrcat and limes. 35 ;