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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Pally Herald, Tuesday, October llth, 1910. Page We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses F. If you want to sell your house, list it with us COMPANY Representing: North American Ufe Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Go. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver City Property For Sale nood corner lots in the Nonh Ward for Terms. L'Flftt 6 roomed fully modem house on Courtland; Piricher City A ;'f.ew good-business lots in Pincher City, for terms. good Farm Land S 1-2 17-9-14, level and free of stone, per-acre; one- of the 3ialf sections in this district. ed picketing, a period ef lethargy set n. Men came and found mployment with the company with- out interference (by. cHe strikers. Last the scene changed. Mames D. 'ViC'L.ennan, provincial organizer of he U. 31. W. of A., from Glace Bay, rrived in Springhill early in the eek. A ma-ss meeting of strikers held -behind closed doors-and this morning a picket duty of .aggressive Ithough passive character, was re- BOLD ROBBERY IN VANCOUVER officers a-ye- all 'day -been 'scouring the east part of the'city in, hopes of finding some, clue to the, pepetrators or a bold hold-up of a-branch of the Royal Bank late The bank.was situated on Park --Drive in Grand an Assistant manager, Hugget was just closing the i'roiit doors at ten. .o'clock when he was two masked men armed with, rifles. Hugget and R. Jarcime, manager .ol .the bank, were to march back into the vault, :he -door of which--the robbers closed. The robbers then 'ransacked the var- ous cash, drawers, .taking (five hun- dred dollarsl' '.Then they vault- doors and havin re-opened freed the British Columbia's Best Fruit Growing o District Are the you aware profits to made from fruit growing in British Columbia? The climate this province. umed in greater force than ever be- ore. Those of the strike breakers 'ho did not lire behind the -palisade, had to run the gauntlet of three to six hundred men- The -company acted quickly and had warrants issued for eight of the principal U. 31.. W, of A. leaders. The men arrested were J. McLennan, provincial- organizer; J.JB. Moss, of Nova U. M. W. of A. executive; A.. Bonnyman, pres- ident of the local lodge; Emir Nichol- son, Lionel. Debar. Richard- Richards, _'W. Davis Colwell.-the last of j named is elder of' the Pregbvterian be officials' sauntered-" out, on to the street and. disappeared. Many people watch- ed. the robbery.: from, a safe distance Out none attempted to stop -the two armed men when they left the build- ing'1 and disappeared: in an alley. The neighborhood is thickly settled and there appeared tcT ;be little chances of catching .tie' robbers. church and is one of the most highly respected citizens in SpringhilL The noon before stipendary" 'Magistrate especially that of but and any "evidence -was FOUND GUILTY Montreal, Dionne and J. Kieffer 'were of lolling -Bessie in the.'court, of Kings trial was called for Saturday after- Bench here' on .Saturday after seven nnnr, rminutes jury. Miss BARCELONA IS BEING S11RRED UP Success of Portuguese Re- public Animates the Spaniards Barcelona, Oct. state of'in- creasing excitement reigns in Barce- lona. The success of the revolution n .Portugal appears to have' fanned the rebellion which has smouldered iince the" furious outbreak of a year j ago. I There was the greatest animation in the streets today. The people pre- tended to notice 'the patrols, and civil guards" which, are being strengthened gradually in preparation for eventual- ities' on anniversary of the execution of Prof. Francisco Ferrer, the director of the modem school of Barcelona, who was convicted of. hav- ing incited last year's revolutionary movement. General Weyler, Capt. Gen. of Cat- alonia admits 'that the strike of min- ers here is taking on a revolution- ary character.'; He says that Ms-ord- ers are to suppress any active disloy- alty with a firm hand. Ten thousand stern faced, miners marched to" the cemetery ih the suburbs yesterday; and placed wreaths upon the tombs of Ferrer and the revolutionist Gar- cia, who also was executed in con- sequence of what had come to be known'as "bloody week." Violent speeches were made by leaders of the miners who flared, the clericals, charg- ing them with _ responsibility.. for the A spectator who shouted. "It was made unti ,v .n. wiio snouted it i bmith was run town and killed b your fault as.well as the clericals sm1nTnnhi7a _ _t __ c the' Okaiiagan Dis- next at 10 o'clock. Mr. Mos trict, is extremely] the view that the men to be the finest fruit growing section on the -continent suited to this indus- try. In fact, thia district is admitted A wjuv X-UJ4.LiJJ.CilL. Althaugn this is comparatively a new industry, and onlv a few of >he or. chards are fully matured, the results have been highly satisfactory Wien we consider results showing from S500 to and even more per, acre, from fully matured.orchards, the inducements ill maai who :would make money pleasantly frUitiaM wili than a quarter sec- taoimof wheat land. CARLIN ORCHARDS would ultimately win that the mines could not be successfully op erated :by the class of labor employed 'that the longer .the company operated under the existing conditions the more money it would lose. Over against the statement of Mr. Moss must be set some hard 'facts, viz: The company is steadily increasing its coal output, it has about as many men employed as it desires and while portions of them are far from toeing desirable citizens many are from many are rrom 'Upper Ukanagan is-the choicest tract In the valley IUlace Bay and other Cape Bretoa coi- beautifully, fronts on railroad and river, requires no irrigation, excellent soil We are offering it in 10 to 20 acre prices from WOO to ner .acre, cleared blocks running to per acre; small cash payment baT tnree years. payment, oai- This is a.special offer made for the purpose of securing bona fide are determined to have this portion of their hSgsLttled at These prices-can never be dupjicated in the province, and as will ba are much lower than any other good land in -We advise you to -write at once for the extensive information eoil, -climate, transportation and markets careful study no sign of yielding on either 'BUSY BURMS' Travelling Correspond- Rogers, Black Me Alpim Selling Agents. 524 Fender Street "W. Vancouver, B. C. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale th< each sftuated north of tke tract The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. (The Herald ent) The possibilities of the -towns sit- uated on the Crow's Nest Pass rail-, way line cannot but strike the casual I traveller. This applies forcibly to the little -town of Burmis, situated about six miles east of Frank. It may fit- tingly be described as a town, in em- for with the natural resources of the country around, and the great taciJities of expansion, it bids fair in the near future to take its place amongst those Western towns which [seem to rise up. as it were -by magic, into centres of industry, and import- ance. Here is a coal mine owned by tfle Uevonport Coai Company, with new machinery, and a present daily output of from 200 to 350 tons, de- vcloping into one of the best proper- ties in the pass. The townsile' is al- ready on the market, and (belief in the future prosperity of the township is evidenced by the cottages which are being built and the stores abonr to be opened. Here no doubt, will be good openings for businesses of nJ tonds. for all around are little "live towns." and collieries such as .the ii, and Leaf. Biirrcis, from its proximity to the railroad must -ben- efit by these industries. It will not only -be a railway centre, hut a, point rrom which access to ttese towns van easily be gained. Wit'lj a view to this, a liverty bar.- is process of being installed, which .be of groat 'onctit to commercial men, and" oth- ers. 'I'Qere is a post office at Bur- mis, and rumor .speaks of a round house, and car repairing shops to be erected by the C. P. R. an automobile driven by Dionne an Kierfer on the Victoria acrps the St. Lawrence on., the night of Sun day, April'24th. Sentence will b passed JUSTICE SCOTT IS ILL Ottawa, Oct. has been received at the Justice departmen that Mr. Justice Scott of Edmonton -11 and may not be to -take his seat on the bench for. some" time. The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate. Loans .and In- surance Phone -344 40 acres of irri- gated land en bloc 3 1-2 miles from Lethbridge, on easy terms. was seized the miners and had oeen -beaten almost' to death before he was rescued thy the police. "The police forced the mani- to return to Barcelona in small groups. PLACE ORDERS NOW For your wants from the Nursery. PlaiiL late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a few eight, foot Russian Poplar in your order for shade and .wind breaks. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our: Large Comet (Red) Currant and our Black Champion are.premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie Two years, per dozen and express prepaid. 1. Three f.3.00 per dozen arui express prepaid. ,w We; prepay 'ekpress charges, We guarantee our goods to We want to price list to yon.' We please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror .TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS _t' Arden, Robert Scott was fined killing a deer out of season. Seven head of valuable cattle were killed by lightning in Ops township. The wireless station at Triangle, B. C., talked with Honolulu, which is :he Pacific record for long-distance wireless. X WAREHOUSE SITE 2 lots on corner of Ford and .Bowman Sts., .RESIDENTIAL IN 2 lots on corner of Crabb and London .pair 2 lots on corner of Glyn and pair 8 'lots on London between Crabb and eacn ASQUITH IJimSEY REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS P. 0. Drawer 3091 Crabb Phone 1183 X r WELY LUNDBRECK' Travelling Correspond- DONT GET IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON East 1-2 Sec. 1.1, Twp. 9, Ranse 14. SlS.f.o per acre; per acre cash, balance to suit Close Jo school house. Nine mil-is from town and .elevator and fine piere of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 So.OOO. cash, balance buys in Grassy Lake and Bow Island residential :r, the hotel ia both Remember you are byying from owner. W. J. Williams F. C. Box 374 Phone 1069 The Herald ent) If one is given to alliteration lie would not be far wrong in applying he word "lovely" to Lundbreck. t. is "Lqvely Lundbreck." isot so much for the loveliness of surround- ng scenery, but for the rural loveli- ess of peace and contentment which eem to pervade the town. For jaded erve, and weary brain here is a cure." It does not take the visitor long to realize this when he is cordially welcomed, and comfortably housed by mine host of that home- like hostelry, the Windsor Hotel. From the windows -the landscape! stretches in unbroken line, and one' momentarily expects to see "the low- ing herd wind slowly o'er the j An ideal place for a holiday, with pleasant walks, and drives in the vi- cinity. Some'two miles is a magni- 370 acres 'of fine wheat land near Claresholm, ?23 per acre- very best of terms.- This -land will bring per acre'in two "years. 2 lots near Duff Addition School, ?300 each. Terms. 7 roomed house, handles it, S roomed modern handles it. 8 roomed modern house, handles it. Front offices to rent in Johnson Block. W. H. JOHNSOIV LAND CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this fine 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. FARM SECURITY CO. WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.' Mayor Lee, of New Westminster, B. C., announces that Xew Westmins- ter will bo the seaport of the Can- adian NorLoern. t T. N. CHRISTIE GO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. j Agents Diamond City, Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. ncient fittingly called fbej of the foothills. Fifty-five f feet in -height it is a source of. pow-j to be made use of, and transmit-; I ted to -Wacleod, Coleman, and other pans. Here the scenry is a Cana- ,dian replica of ihe famous Trossacks i of Scotland. j one ever wonder over the et.y- of the name of a town? If so. jlie may now and then arrive at sorae- jtning- interesting. Limdbreck takes jits name from Messrs Breckenridge land Lund, owners and managers of! the Lnnd and Breck coal mines. T-liese and Jhe Galbraith mines are thriving industries. Rapidly developing into impoKar.ce by their enterprising own- ers, they ure valuable.assets to the The proximity of the rnines wav detracted from the ru- aspect of All around a big farming district, and on one 1000--acres have -been .broken, I and 800 acres are already sown with tall wheat. With mining and farming industries running, so to speak, hand in hand; the prosperity of the town is well as- sured. -T- V 2 lots on Ro.und St., each. 2 lots in Block V. each. 7 roomed modern house, close in, will R.V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1191 Qtt block An infuriated female attacked she WUh- horsewhlP tfl1 help Fire Insurance Reel Estate- City and Farm loans The H, Mecbetii Apcy Saerlock Block. i is acres irrisated land, i miles-out, ditches all in, part per acre. cash. Balance over y years. 1.0 acre .garden plots, best on marker, close in and easy terms. Lots on Bruce and Roger Srrects for -SSr.ti each. Easy terras. Lots on Cutbill street for ?00o each. Easy terms. Fully modern room house on Bruce street for terms. Houses in all parts of town for salo or rent. .List your properly with us for tuiick sale. T' 'r "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" ALBERTA BLOCK. MAXWELL HELGERSON PHONE 777 ;