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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. November 28, 1910. THE J.ETHBK1DGE 1JAILY HEKALD PageS r Some 1 LOT INT BLOCK 22? DUEE lot has ar cellar. one- half cash; balance 3 and 6 mos. at 8 per cent. 4 LOTS in Block Alexander Addv 1850 for the 4; 3 and 6 inosv 8 per cent. 5 LOTS in Blockl2, Alexander Add., pair; cash Balance 3 and 6 mos.? 8 per cent. FOR 6 room cottage to rent, furnished; for firee months. Very-close Mo; a month to suitable, tenant. V- CALL AND GET ONE OF OUR jNJtAPS OF Phone 311 FF i o t. Lowes to. Representing: North. American Life .London Guarantee and Accident Co.; Phoenix'Assurance Co., Ltd.. of London. Edmonton, liETHBRIDGE, High River, Nanton, Lot and half, Block 149, on 4. S. and 12 mom 2 lots; Block 25, Duff Addition, close .to new 'balance 3 and 6 mos. Lot" "and half Brunton St., sewer and water, good terms. aiodern house close in, snap. R. V. GIBBONS GO. Phone1191 Ott Block LOANS THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE' v x. x... w ;w "SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of.'Ernest and London at 1600.00 each. G lots in-Block 26 Duff Add., close to new schoorat 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, -facing Westminister for TheDowsley McMillan Land Co. Real and In- Estate, Loans SHERLOCK BUILDING A. M. J. 8. Mulhern Phone 544: 1350 handles fully modern cottage on 14th' "St. 'South furnace, Mth. electric; ligiits etc. Only at S25 month, and TVC guar- antee to "rent same for ?25.00 per month. "What do you thuik-of it? 5800 handles folly modern 1 roomed house on Rogers ,St.vonly terms on. balance. buys 2 corner lots 3rd avenue (Redpath) East oi "Westmiaster Road. Easy terme, buys two corner lots on London Road. Easy terms. Farming outfit .for sale., composed of heavy horses, harness, wagon, buggy, binder, mowing machine, har- rows, plows and a number ol other articles nearly new. "Will sell at half their easy terms. Agents for the Alliance At- v surance. Company T. N. CHRISTIE CO, Real Estate .and Financial Af ents Diamond. City .Townsite." Insurance. .Loans' T. N. Chriatie, Notary Public, Diamond city, Alta. -COAL MINE "We have for sale cheap or will lease to miner a coal mine near the city. This mine is opened out. and .fully equipped. Seven foot seam, best of coal.- A snap for right party.' F. J. GUMMING C-q Farm Security Co. Whitnex. Block Lethbridge RUNAWAY MATCH IN MEDICINE HAT Cupid Refuses to be Frus- trated--Peace Reigns Again SUCCESSOR TO f. WOOLF MM -Medicine Hat, The mar- nage has just been, announced of Miss '.Matthews and Mr. Harold M. Gardner, both of Medicine Hat, the ceremony having been performed, at Kaiispel, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner have return- ed from their wedding and are Uving here. The event transpired under .'roman- tic circumstances, rival the plots oi the motion, picture. shows. Mrs! Gardner is not yet- cut cl: her teens.- and.; her recent announcement her betrothal .was received -with amazement by her mother. The -sug- gestion. 'of a 'marriage at Christmas met with unsympathetic parental re- fusal, and the -daughter was advised to-' defer matrimony for at least three or four years. In- the "lace of this it required some diplomacy and ingenuity to accom- plish their aims, but the young people were equal to the occasion. When- a popular organization known as the. Old Home club gave a dance recently" in' Doty's hall, 'Miss Edna' Was Nov. says: .Now that J.iW. '-f. the -J- the ;i.ocal ;politicaL fore- .7. .es, to stir them- -1- f. .r -r" the names mentioned for the 4r Liberal candidacy' is that of '.15. Mre doubt whe- -J- tner that gentleman could ;be prevailed .on ;to. run., but we do icnow" tnat .'iiis- mere, nomina- tion .would .niean .Jais election, for there doubt no -better popular man v in the..district. ft, M J. J rTi tT. ,T. T' A A -TT.r T A i A MMLTHOF RUSSIAN EMPIRE Good- Hare Pro- duced Remarkable, >V'Revenues-.'-.; .'The old .police-economic, axiom -that the wealth of a country depends .on is taken out of the :ground was lANDHilpR ALBERTA never more .convincingly ed than the conditions, in Russia. M.'.kolcovtseff, the- Minister of Finance, in presenting the -budget: for 1911 for examination. :Bud-' Duma, empha- sizes this point." V.' He takes pains to emphasize .the-importance to. Russia of'a good harvest, by ..driving- deeper' the once-Ignored j truth, "that" Russia stands or Jails by the. land...- f in order, fully to appreciate the ex- ceeding -value of a good'harvest, -the note takes "the year from July- 1 to J lily 1 lor" purposes of comparison. By this mode '.of. reckoning, which. allows- of including; the-figures for naif the Gleichen, Nov. Call says: 'i'hat the farmlands on the part of is if anything on the increase, :is-shown-by the fact that last week. a large area of non- irrigable'land situated on the central of the'virrigation block, was section tin-own current, year, the increase of actual revenue in.'the twelve' month" was .no 'less than some of ao the greater" part fell the' present year.'. This! increase ten per cent. increase of 'income to the Russian! 11520 ACRES Living -water. Grass knee tCeep. Wheat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre this year [n this ToTfnship. We on terms nerer dupli- in this country. Look this up. FARM SECURITY CO. Blk, Lethbridge For Sale Each buys 2 cor- ner lots on Ern- Street. In. each buys on Ernest 2 lois street, G. A Peat Co. General Insurance Loans Ilk. Phone 570 BIG SHIPMENT OF PURE BRED HORSES Alberta the Province to be Noted For the Best Gleichen, .Nov. Call says: A few months ago, it was recorded tnat the largest'shipment of thorough- bred Percherons that ever left France ror. America, was hrought to South- ern Alberta by Mr. George Lane, whose ranches are located at High Kiver and south of Gleichen: and to- day we can record a shipment just as large and just as valuable TO the province, of Clydesdales. Southern Alberta is the greatest horse country in the world, and is getting to have the best horses in.the world. John A. Turner, of Balbriggan Farm, re- lurned this week from an extended visit to Scotland. in company with Hryce Wright, of De Winton. During inoir visit to- the Old Country, liie two Calgary men secured some of the best specimens of Clydesdale horses that could be secured in Scotland. .Mr. Turner brought twenty-sb: head of as fine slock ever came West, which pnrriiawd frcui tlis iesl breeders of Clydesdales in the Old Country. They consist of choice-bred stallions mares., colt and fillies, which .will be j valuable additions to the pure "bred Clydesdale horses :n Alberta. In this connection, the animals imported in the past :by 'Mr. Turner have-done a great deal to improve the quality of the horses of the province. given permission to-attend and to wear j-nours fifty-six a pretty new frock, the first long' skirt gown she .had. ever, possessed. Her mother remonstrated about wearing her new. hat. but suspic-" ions .were not her. daugh. pnr tife twenty-lour for. a over 351000 signed for {luring- the acres taken up from Des Moi.nes, Iowa; .some acres 'by .a bouy ,ofr--jnen.-f rem Illinois, "while a ter insisted, nor yet when she of men from New: York, in- ed that might remain night j themselves, with her married sister in 'town.' She not and it was not until later the next afternoon moth e'r remarked 'her absence to lier elder d aughter. The "information. .that "-tfre: married, sister'had seen nothing of tne young woman caused sudden conster- natipn in the. home and. a search was at instituted among the friends of the family. Inquiry at the C., adduced the information that. ,-ilr. Gardner had secured leave of absence, to be married, Sometime, later the father was made aware of tne fact that the -couple were o'er the border and awa' to an Am- erican.. Gretna Green, in Montana, here they proposed remaining until parental wratii had cooled sufficiently to insure a pleasant reception on their return. As the marriage was consummated and 'beyond prevention, the bride's family ultimately decided to forgive the runaways, and the returned home. Mr. Gardner resumed his former posi- tion as fireman on the C. F. R., aad the couple will reside here permanent- JV. iv I20JOOO' acres. In .addition- to of to in- dividuals from different parts of th% and.; western- States. Con-: 'tracts -call for, the development of a of this" the coming spring, so that activity promised for this section cf the "central portion of of years and -bad. name-i ly the years 1909, the in- crease of to the good harvest is -i per cent. JVL in .his explanatory note, pays a deserved tribune to thej LKima. .Its resefvatiohs in certain re-j spects 'have not" be.en found" in any way embarrassing to the Ministry, while on .all" occasions the. Duma -has shown its readiness to meet-the.-calls r ff of_the Ministry for .-supplementary es- j purposes of cCmary" .esipenditure. -Considertihle space is devoted..to the once-puzzling item which appears in every Russian the irrigation block will be very great, budget of at the -dispos- PATTERSONM.P.P. SQUARES HIMSELF Bryee Wright also brought over on the same steamer seven splendid spec linens of Clydesdale mares and fillies. It is very probable that these animals imported by Mr. Turner and Mr. Wright will be exhibited at, the Cal- gary spring horse show. This will be good news for Clark Bros., of Gleicli- en, who hold the championship of Can- ada in Clydes. SNAPS 37 1-2 feet .facing east, block 20 Duff, terms 3.lots Glyn St. north of London, each Lots 38 and 39 block 124, snap, at each SKBITH TILLS Y Corner Round and Dufferin Phone 1343 LOSES IN STOCK PLUNGING Xew Yorker Who Inher- ited Cut Big Slice off Fortune In Four Years .New York; Nov. T.V; Childs, five years ago inherited from the estate of his fath- er, William H. Childs, had lost 000 of his inheritance in Wall Street during the last four years, it was al- leged in statements by counsel today in a hearing before Justice Blackmar in the Supreme court. Brooklyn. Wife Would Protect Alimony The fact of the young man's alleged plunging was the basis for application in behalf of Ms wife, jirs. E. Childs. for a bond to protect the; alimony granted her when she obtain- ed a decree for separation. Counsel for Childs opposed the motion and said there was no necessity for a bond. "Is it asked Justice Black- mar, "that your client squandered half a miilion dollars within the last four Court Calls it Squandering "No, he did not squander replied the lawyer: "he lost it in. "Wall street." "Lost it.in Wall said the judge. ''Don't you call that squander- ing it? I do, and the worst way of squandering money." Decision was reserved. Chums He is Still Inde- pendent In Pol- itics Macleod, Nov. Advertiser says: Mr. Patterson, in conversation, with a representative of this paper did not appear to he worrying very much over the accusations that he had become a full fledged Conserva- j tive member of the Legislature. He attended the Conservative Convention .he said, on the express .understanding that he did not sacrifice' his indepen- dent status. jal of This amounted to no than on the eve of! the Russo-Japanese war: live years Jater it fell as low as The beginning of the year 1004; was a max- imum figure for this item, >but M. Kok- ovtseiT estimates that again, thanks chiefly to the -bumper harvest of 1909, his "free on January 1, 1311, will not I'aJi far short-of Of this he will require only some per cent, for the purpose of balancing me total (ordinary and extraordin- ary) budget. On the other hand, he xoresees large "extraordinary" ex- penditures on the Great Siberian Rail- way reconstruction, and the building of the Amur Railway. The budget for 1'Jll estimates an increase of revenue of the total budget, divided as usual into or- dinary and extraordinary revenue and expenditure, amounting to U'JO. The considerable increase in es-j timated expenditure is justified 'by the actual results of Treasury returns for; the first half year of 1910 over the j ,._, receipts estimated for at the begin- "I undoubtedly did attend the Con- Qf TWg f rvative He said, and f atalbtttett by the minislter ,Q ere stated my_posl_uon as being a maglimcent hal-Vest of the veir long Conservalive in DomiTiiotl poll- 'tics, but stated taat I was, and in- tended to continue in an independent position in the Provincial Parliament." monopolv bv over One of his principal objects in at-1 magilincent harvest of the yean which gave a filip to every other source'of revenue. Even railway tak-j ings increased .by abouJ J tending the Convention, Mr. Patter- son said, was ;o hear what was said ion the subject of district legislation, which he understood was to have been brought up. "On the floor of the House during the debate on the speech from the throne I stated that I belonged to no he declared, "but was there as an independent representative of the of }Iacleod, and that 1 would be AT. the command of no person or party except fay reason of the meas- ures they proposed, being for the good of those whom I have the honor to represent. I can and am prepared at any time to defend my every act." Mr. Patterson was to have been in- troduced to the House by another member who was unable to be pres- ent, so that office was performed by Mr. Michener, who is on the rolls as an Independent-Conservative member. As regards his seat, Mr. Patterson said that it, was on neither the Lib- eral or Conservative side but in tbe middle. and the sugar quasi-monopoly in- creased by over I Mr. McGee, manager of tho Adams River Lumber Company, at. Chase, B. C., dropped dead at Revelstokc. Hh age was 02 years. The body was sent lo Seattle for buria" UNKNOWN PEDESTRIAN DIES Regina, Nov. Wells, an unknown man who appeared to be walking trom the Coast. u> Winnipeg, died tonight in the office of Dr. Kalb- Heish, of Balgonla. from heart disease He was taken ill while eating in a hotel and expired in the doctor's of- ncc shortly afterwards. Nothing 3s known concerning "him. BEREAVEMENT OF LETHBRIDGE CITIZEN The death occurred at Calgary on Monday of Mrs. Elinor Kodgers. aged 82 years, who for many years with her son, Geo. H. Kodgers, at. Bell avenue. Winnipeg. The lata Mrs. j J Kodgers. to Calgary one year ago with her son George, who was en- gaged extensively in business there. 'The remains were brought ro Wimii- peg on Wednesclny morning by Geo. I H. Kodgers, accompanied by W. H. Kodgers, another son, from Regina, and were taken to the home of Mrs. James Lamontc, a daughter of.the de- ceased, residing at Balmoral street The funeral took place from there on n-iday afternoon at 2.30. The late Mrs. Rodgers is survived by six sons and two daughters, and these include Mrs. William Dodge, of l-'orest, Ont., R. B. Rodgsrs, of Moose Jaw, D. G. Rodgers, of Vancouver, J. V. Rodgers, of Lethbridge, and L. C. Hodgcrs, of Fisher River, Lake Winni- peg, who has not yet. heard the death of his Free Fress. 1.00K THESE OVER Lots on Eruest between Bompas aad Courtland. JM6e each. On good terms. MACDONALD tLOCK. GREAT BARGAINS i. We have 26 lots left-in our block; hear; Fair-: which'.we are selling, f or per cash and per month, or lots arid ?lo-per mojtitb. These .lots are more, close out the-fclov.k" we will sell; for a. few the .rest of the Jots, at price W; H; JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson 323 FIFTH STREET "40 acres irrigated 'land-3-1-2 miles from city. Ten nn- der cultivation." -All'ditches Exceptionally fme piece of per acre; 'Balance over 9 jears at 6 per cent. -interest; 'j 32 acres of land''partly! irrigated 2 aiiles from city 00 per acre. 160 acres exceptionally.! fine: irrigated land 7. --miles from-city'for; Balance over 9 5 ears at 6 per cent. Good in and easy terms 20, 30 or 40. acres. JVonuSSo.OOt per acre up-. I ,15. "LETHBKIDGE INVESTMENTS" PHONE it MAXWELL HELGERSON. ALBERTA BLOCK. PLAGE For your 'from: tlie Nursery. Plant late in October and not next spring. _ __ Be a few eight foot Russian Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks. Special price 85c eacfl, per dozea Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large- Comet (Bed) Currant and; our Black Champion are premium highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two years, per dozen and express prepaid. Three .years, S'3.00 per dozen aad express prepaid. We prepay express charges. guarantee our goods to We want to mail our price list to you. We want to please -you. Place Orders Now, Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. Janios Clinksklll has announced himself as a candidate for the mayor- alty of Saskatoon. Premier Scott, of Saskatchewan, op- ened the new town hall at. Davidson. Sask. It is a handsome buildiiig. Lots 1 and 2, Block 66, Five lots, Block V., close to Victoria Part, ?315 each. Four lots (comer) Block 3.1, Alexander, each. Lindsay Real Estate and Financial Brokers P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1133 DR. WADDELL DENIES HE then have been engage'd in !S TO SUE GOVERNMENT ing work ai the coast. 1 ;im only in wnmonion making arrangements TO trnaier my rurnidirc and effects ro tfcc and never had at any time any intention of suing (.he Alberta gcv c.rnment for damages'." Xov. J. A. Wad- dell, late obiof engineer or the, Alber- ta and Great Waterways Railway Co., who is in Edmonton at the' present time, gii'es an emphatic denial to the report that he is to sue the provincial government for damages in connec- tion with the breach of the A. contract. William Burton Stone, an early set- tler J7i the Davidson. Sask., district, is dead, tie was 6S years of'age. Tfco deceased formed for- a ilumbcr til" "My business here is of a private j years rear: Dcloralnc, Man. nature he sflid. "I my connection with the Alberta and Gre.u tc-nv.iys Kail way shortly ter I save evidence before Koy.nl Commission in Edmonton, uncl since ;