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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LiTHBRIDOt DAILY HIRALD, MONDAY, OCTOSEM 4, IMI. KAOf THUtfc are here to stay. Prices are steadily I" advancing. Why not share in the actual You will never have a better op- portunity, Invest in good city property or farm lauds i f Freeman, Maeleod and Graham 173 LETtfBRlfaGE P. 0. Box 679 Close uvswell residence property, Bompas street, fully modern 8-roomed house, will handle, or Cash and balance very easy, Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 WE'RE VERY SAY THESE DUKE8 Buccleuch Football Club Bedford GJft With- out Return .London, Oct. closeness in mottey matters has been lustrated- this week in examples that have come to public notice through .extended advertising in the I newspapers, j One was furnished by the Duke of Buccleuch, whose chamberlain an- nounced in his behalf that on account new taxation he cannot afford this year to pay his annual subscrip- tion of 55 to the football rlub% vn his estate. ENGLISHMEN ARE BORN PESSIMISTS HE SAYS Lord in Chicago, in In- terview, Dealt With Tempera- mental Difference Between His Countrymen and Tribute'.to 'Roosevelt. Chicago, Oct. Northcliffe, better known as Alfred Harmsworth, owner of the London Mail and many other publications in England, arriv- ed in Chicago today from California in his private car with Lady North- Mrs. Chas. Furse, London, and DUFF ADDITION Increasing Rapidly in Value We have Several Good Buys in this Addition which we will be pleased to show you SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Dufferin Streets Cottages in jS7ortli Ward, all rented, handles 4 Cottages in jSorth Ward, all rented, bandies 1 Cottage, London Road, rented, .do-wn, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXtHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block', Lethbridge P. O. Box 254 RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 facing east in Block jj; 93, each; terms. 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each; I terms. The H. Macbeth A good Half Section one mile from shipping point and near Lethbridge. All under cultivation. Also Half Section one mile- from shipping -point near Lethbridge. Unimproved. Low prices and good terms The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH members of Parliament sub- scribed one shilling -each and sent guinea to the club so that it might not in charge, 'Taut short- ly after placing him in the cell unfortunate man expired. It seems that the deceased went to mother's house on Ancienne Chantier street last night and evidently mis- took a window for a door, with tbe result that he landed on the pave- he lay until picked up. Deceased was >about twenty-five years of age and unmarried. An inquest was held this afternoon-and a verdict rendered of accidental death. REMARKABLE DISCOVERY OF BITUMINOUS COAL In Peace River Thousand Acres in One Area Alta., Oct. thousand acres of coal, beautiful rich bituminous, which will ccke to the extent of 86 per cent, have been lo- ca'tfcd in the Peace iRiver country just across the border of British Co- lumbia by a syndicate which includ- es prominent capitalists of Eastern Canada. This is the latest sensation- al discovery in resources of the far famed Peace River country. Small seams of coal have been found at in- tervals along Peace River, well up towards the mountains but .nothing of any extent and quality of the huge coal area which has been tiled by this syndicate of capitalists. AGAINST JUDGE MACLEAN Regina, Oct 1 charges on which Judge "MacLean, of Battleford will be tried by the commission ap- pointed last week are: "Being drunk while on the bench." There are mit- igating circumstances, however, which the friends of .the accused are sure will result in his exoneration. Judge MacLean's ill health will be urged in his defence. ;