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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfcte Lethbridge; Daily Herald, Saturday, October V We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses K jvru ft fcWWfr AAOt At WAtili Representing: F. C. LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co, London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this tine piece en. will be sold on such terms :that anyone -with, the outfit to farm it can easily handle, Our plan is unique. Let us explain, WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FARM SECURITY CO. GOOD INVESTMENTS IN CITY PROPERTY Lots 9 and 10, Block. 4, Alexander Addition., S300 each, terms. lots are within 3 blocks of the new school and are the cheap- est lots in the city. If you "want a bargain take them at once, T roomed house corner, .McDuff and Glyn streets. terms. 3 lots on Railway.Avenue, only each; good terms. acres near "fair grounds for rent, irrigated. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO, Johnson Block, 323 Round St. ENOUGH PAPER FOR 200 YEARS Forests of Pnlpwood About Hudson's Bay 200 Miles Square Toronto, Sept. what I EAGER TO TELL ABOUT GRAFT Men Wlio Were Guilty Very Willing-To Tell It All Umcago, Sept. C. Goodrich, 'BOLSTER SLIP'OR 'STOVE-PIPE' GOWN New Creation to Take Place of Hobble Skirt, Which Is No Longer Au Fait Cnicago, Sept. hobble saw of the pulpwood forests in the i a confessed go-between, and Henry -gown is to have a short life in Amer- iiudson's Bay regions, I have no aoubc that the newspapers will keep on issuing for a century or two." So says Mr. L. S. Amery. of London. a former distinguished member of the staff of Tie Times, and author ustermann, formerly president of the I ica. in the first place, a man invent- Ustermann Manufacturing Co., vied ed was a in before Municipal with each other Judge Kruggemey'er today in strip- GET IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON ..East 1-2: Sec. 11, Twp. 9, ...Range 14 per acre; "per acre cash, balan-ce to suit. Close to school nocse. .from town and elevator and fine piece of land. -Fine business corner. Lon- don and; Round street, 75 2: 66 cash, balance 10' s.uit. Good buys in Grassy Ia.ke and Bow Island residential close to the hotel in both places. 'Remember you are baying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. 0..Box374 Phone 1069 FOR SALE 8 10-acre plots irrigated land for gardening 3 miles from city.v Prices and 8110 per acre'. Terms, quarter cash. bal. S "years at 7 per cent. the Oowsley McMillan The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. buys "fully modern house on Burdett Screet, 6 full size basement both furnace and electric light, etc., 5400.00 cash.- balance like rent; chance to clear be- fore one year. S3.500 buys fully modern house on Rogers Street, a snap at the price; S500 "will handle. SlSOO Trill buy two full lots on Cutbili street, lane at the back; easy terms. S900 will buy'two lots. 60 by 120 on- Glyn street; S300 cash, balance to suit. 3675 will buy three lots ad- joining old fair grounds; cash, balance 6 12 a chance to make 100 per cent in 6 months. If yooi .have any houses for rent, call up Phone 544 and we'will rent them for you, List TOUT property -with us ping -bare the secrets of the alleged comoination -which 13- charged with of "The Times History of che South I swindling the Illinois Central Railroad Amcaii who has just returned j company by car repair frauds. Two names, those of H. H. McCourt, general superintendent of the Illinois Central lines south of the Ohio river, and'W. S. King, general superintend- ent of the Yazoo and Mississippi -Val- ley Railroad Co., were mentioned by ustermann. Ostermann then declar- ed that car. repair companies paid cer- rrom a tour of the northern wilds in I j company with Earl- Grey. -Mr. Amery, as a consequence of his journey, -does not share the popular alarm over the'depletion of the pulp rorests and the imminence of a fam- ine ,ia paper. Largest in the World "We passed through probably the largest pulp wood area -in the -world, jit was over 200 miles square, and pen- etrated scores of rivers. With- in ten years palp mills .will -be thick- ly scattered on .ail these tributaries. Cleans of transportation will be .plent- the second place, the first newspaper man who posed as a fashion writer, and attempted to tell about this won- derful piece of art, must have 'been a former racetrack writer. Tnis is the way the women attend- the Chicago Dressmakers' Con- vention attacked the hobble skirt, and introduced their newest creation, "the ibolstec. -slip." or "stove-pipe" gown. There will be hobble gowns this year, a few of them, but the hobble will 'be raised slightly, and it will not -be ne- cessary for wearers to wear ankle i Illinois Central officials a bonus j 'boots to prevent "interfering." as high as ?25 a car- for each one The "'bolster slip" gown -will, the sent to them for repairs, and made -aressmakers say, prove a source of "presents" to all' 'grades of employees forever for the male members of for vigilance in. detecting and report- ing "bad order" He declared J household, who have struggled long strings of buttons down the the amount charged on each car tby-i Dack. This gown will foe- Oriental as iful -by that time, with the steamship j the repair companies was regulated j to color, and as nearly one piece- as route through Hudson's Bay and the: directly 'by the Ulinois Central officials j possible. At the waist Urand Trunk Pacific." interested in -the alleged continue to be most anywhere pairs which -were never made were j Between the ankles and the shoulders also charged for'the amounts obtain- is a draw string. ed run into many thousands. J. L. Sastiiu of Gait, who the .Mr. Amery remarked with a smile: feel quite confident, therefore, that jwe shall all get our.daily editions for i a couple of hundred, years more." "One may estimate the quality of rhe he continued, "when I say that on the --way to Eu-dson's Bay we 'went in swimming 'three times a day, and in Hudson's Bay enjoyed our ttreajcr'ast on -deck, dressed in our-py- jamas. "The gigantic, possibilities of the land enthused ns. "Navigation in Hud sonts Bay is unimpeded fcy floating except during the. Tow weeks of summer, when the shore-ice Is driv- j en outward, although it would not be I sufficient to interfere -with ocean-go-' ing vessels." A Fine Journey "From Lake Winnipeg to the Bay our journey lay through a series of SCHOOL MIX-UP AMSINASiN Masinasin, Sept Milk Kiver valley school district had their To enter this contrivance one may enoose her o-wn means, from crawling jtnrough, as with a Polar sleeping or .having some one -hold the and jumping in. With this 'gown also goes a small jacket of flim- material, which hangs-loosely from [the shoulders, and is Intended to set off tie bolster Mrs. Middle- ton, -who has spent sixteen years in .faris, and intends to see that America sets some of the fashions hereafter, caii-d this a "chemise." Mrs. Middle-: PLACE ORDERS NOW your wants from the Nursery. Plant late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a few eio-ht foot o Eussian Poplar in your order for shade and wind breaks. Special price 85c eacli, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Bed) Currant and our Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two years, per dozen and express prepaid. Three, years. per dozen and express prepaid. We prepay express A JL We guarantee our goods to grow. We want to mail our price list to you. We want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. uererred annual school meeting at ton says the French call any kind of last, and the ratepayers who were j a covering a so this jacket told to go to school and get wise j is not a real "outside some time ago during the eight reared Americans might under- that school wah held; learned, so fast [stand 'it! Chat they succeeded; by the help ofj The slip" gown-is called a education to put .thej "gioriiied and one must 'be X WAREHOUSE SITE 2 lots on corner of Ford and Bowman Sts., .........33.200 RESIDENTIAL IN 2 lots on corner of Crabb and pair 2 lots on corner of Glyn and pair S lots on London between Crabb and each ASOUITH LEsTDSEY 'REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS P. O. Drawer 309T Crabb Phone 1183 X the minister o t. j Dominion Natural Gas Coav .ny Has settled, for i alleged that the explosion of a gas' main belonging: to the company. j -caused tne death of Ms wife and aaugnter. _ i nvers broken frequently by waterfalls Itwo noteworthy trustees out of office, i slim to wear it. With it goes a turban INTERVENING -TO PREVENT LOCKOUT OF COTTON WORKERS JLondcn, Sept. Board of Trade intervened to-day in an attempt i to avert the lockout on the cotton in- MODERN LIFE WOULD BE TOO HARD ON THE NERVES IF IT WERE NOT FOR WANT ADVERTISING! The pace of life has become tense. Worries, disappointments, up-sets at home and offi.ce, losses, discouragements seem to multiply as daily life becomes more complex. The property-owner. MUST have a steady income from rents or lose his property, is 'racked' by the untimely defection of a ten- ant. Some classified advertising quickly re- trieves his quiets his nerves! The salary-earner unexpectedly loses his his peace-of-mind. The strain shortly "'break' something in his nerv- ous system ilyonce more, advertising did not find the better restore him to his mental equilibrium. In everv phase of the citv's life, everv clav. mj the want ads play the part of the peace-maker. They SEETE you and me at some crisis in our keep the modern pace and tension from proving too fast and for US. Truly, the want ads ARE FOR SERV- ICE! tnough vessels would have to be of-j Ule Past found that not exceptionally light draft with a meetings" was held accord- hind ivaeeL The Hayes River, inS w -Mr. "Mills, who they said up whicjh Governor Simpson of the'was I10t fit to -be 'a trustee, was re- Hudson's Say Company, sailed so maj- J elected' and "took "-Che declaration at MASINASIN NOTES Sept. and AV iister Cameron, who have -been sickj. of the Federation of Master Cotton spinners and representatives of the employees and hoped to arrange .'a round table, conference. jesticsiiy 200 years ago, -with his 36- Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Miiisjwith typhoid fever for-some time, are U jioot -canoes, his -buglers and banners, jand dazzling display of authority, ap- j pears to offer some difficulties to steamship navigation. I question if depth is sufficient in places 10 [pass anything heavier than a canoe. I Aside from the benefits accruing from la dose study of an almost unknown country, the journey was perhaps the post notices for a meeting to be {improving very much and -will held to fill vacancies immediately. Tne school inspector for Southern soon pieasantest penenced.'' holiday I have ever ex- iTHOUSANDS ATTENDED GYZOWSKI'S FUNERAL I AMershot, Sept. tbous- land spectators witnessed to-day the .jrimerai of Roy M. Gyzowski, lieuten- jant of the Queen's Own -Rifles, Tor- jonto, who died of typhoid-pneumonia Trinity Hospital on Monday last. I'i'he interment took pla-ce in the mili- tan- cemetery, and the service was of a most impressive character. The JBurfs, to which the Q. O. R. were af- niiated during stay, furnished toe firing party, and the toand drums of the .battalion followed. and Alberta inspected the of .Milk River Valley Wednesday and found saape. school house district last in bad be able to be around, but Wm. And- erson is still very sick. O. S, Ries made a trip to Coutts the first of the week. -Nearly everybody around Masinasiii i is busy preparing the soil for spring or turning the -'sod. Hatchings and Crancher are -busy tnese days plowing for Mr. Sharp. REDRESS FOR ASSAULT ON AMERICAN CITIZEN Berlin, Sept. States Am j bassador Hill, acting upon instructions j TURBINE ENGINES MAKE rrom the State Department at Wash-1 RECORD IN A CRUISER mgton, called at the foreign office to- j Condon, Sept. consequence flay, and requested an inquiry into the'of the installation of Curtiss turbine BARGAINS 3 lots on Normau street, each. Terms. 2 lots, block 148, each terms. 4 lots, block B. London Road, each. Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1191 Ott block SEAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asqnitli Lindsey 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite, Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alca. arrair and proper official redress for the wanton assault made by the po- lice upon Frederick W. Wile, the cor- respondent of the New York during the coal strikers rioting last Sunday night. WATER IN LAKE ONTARIO ABNORMALLY LOW Catharines, Sept. con- st. engines in the new cruiser Bristol she has developed on her .trial z, speed, of 21 knots, which is recor-d for any British warship larger than torpedo 'boat destroyer. JUDGE THINKS AMERICANS HAVE WHIP HAND Sept. Gran- tnam has returned from .his trip to trast with the abnormally'high water and nas entirely re- level reached by Lake Ontario a cou- covered from the effects of his moose Hunting accident. .He fears that at present time Americans are get- ting the whip hand in Canada. Can- adians, he intensely loy- Among the chief mourners was IxDrd j pie of years ago, tSe present shows Starathcona, and the funeral was abnormally low level. Those tended by about one hundred officers, Inave watched the 'lake closely, de- with a detachment from nearly all the j ciare that the waters have receded be- corps in the camp. j tween two and three feet. Some 'peo- a1' but economic reasons might out- pJe think that there' have -been dis- wei--h this sentiment, turoances of the earth under the lake. EXTENSIVE COUNTERFEITING OPERATIONS DISCOVERED Washington, Sept. United states secret service has unearthed wnat appears to a .bold and ex- tensive attempt at counterfeiting na- tional bank notes. CHOLERA HAS BROKEN OUT IN AMUR PROVINCE St. Sept. 30.--The cbol- era epidemic has taken a strong ho2d Notes of the same in Amur province of Siberia, twenty- j denomination and issue as were found! six cases, xvith twelve deaths yesterday on the Pasadena National reported from tha: section during the Bank were discovered to-day issned on week ending September 23. On I tne First National Bank of Williams- j port, JJa. ?e P. R. fireman, is suing the com pany 1'or claiming that through j tne negligence of the company he was injured. whole the situation is improving. The totals made up at the Sanitary Bur- eau shows cases, and the outbreak. City Engineer Rust, ,of Toronto, may resign to accept a similar 'posi- tion at Victoria, B. C. REPORT DENIED Toronto, Se.pt. Robert- son, of the 4Sth Regiment of High- landers, .denies a statement credited j OF T F. O'Connor Reception Committee, tnat mem'bers of the regiment we-rp to be excused from Friday's weekly Crill in order that they might attend the U Connor meeting. He states that a candian regiment cannot take part in a .political meeting. Hon. C. NT. Skinner, cx.-M.P., re- corder of St.. John. N.B., is dead. The World Publishing Co., Vancou- ver, will erect a building 264 feet highest building in Canada. and Alberta Railway rrigation Co. Are offering for sale tlie cheapest lots on tne market 1 eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ;