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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, October 12. 1910. Page 3 tit We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: 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 The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate. Loans and in- surance JPhone 5M a five roomed cottage on Coutis street. buys a 6 roomed housa on Glyn street, fully modern cash, balance to suit. buys 7 roomed fully modern house on lot-and a half on London Road, one of the best buys in the city, Easy terms. cash will handle "7 roomed fully modern house, Rodgers street. will buy 3 lots on Ash- facing west, 5500 win handle., (Look this up.) buys a pair of corner lots on Gourtlahd St., Easy terms. Irrigated land for sale from to per acre. Bouses for sale or .rent in all parts of "the city. AGENTS HAD A GOOD THING Frauds Unearthed in migration of Chi- nese Victoria, Oct. the R: M. a. Empress of India sails October 10 for Hong Kong she will carry forty Chinese deported as result of the in- vestigation which resulted in their detection in a scheme to.- defraud the Y.M.C.A. BANQUET AT CRANBROOK Most Successful Affair-Sir Teams In the Cam- DON'T GET IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON 1-2 Sec.. 11, Twp. 9, Range per acre; 54 per acre cash; balance to suit. Close to; school house.. Nine miles-from town ..and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance LJ- suit. Good buys in- Grassy Lake and Bow island residential close to the hotel in both Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1069 forty Chinese were spurious "merch- ants." Special Officer Foster of the Dominion secret service, and David Lew, his interpreter, who brought in large numbers of Chinese as merch- ants, were suspended, and the" sud- den suspension of Yip On, the inter- preter at Vancouver, whicli was niade just before the Empress of China ar- rived, the investigators having-board- ed the steamer at Victoria and dis- covered 22 Chinese with letters ad- dressed to the interpreter, each pro- vided with passports and many with fake drafts' for various sums. En- quiry developed that the Chinese were shipped by the agent at Hong Kong to the agent at each be- ing provided with a letter of ijjenti- rication. Suspects Questioned The eighteen suspects taken from tne Impress of India were questioned at length yesterday 'at the' immigra- tion building. They, told various stories, but the investigation'showed paign uranbrook, OcL campaign to raise to furnish M. C. A. built here by the C. P. R. tor the use of its employees as well men of the town, began .y evening men's dinner in the -.Masonic hall. iNearly a hundred citizens, sat at the tables and partook of the good things provided by the ladies of the town and atterwards listened to addresses by K. M. Thomasson, secretary of the Lethbridge Y. M. C. A., who is in charge of the campaign arid W. A. Buchanan, who stopped off here for-the occasion on his way from the coast. Mayor Fink presided, and in addition to the addresses there were musical- selections by. Mrs. A. B.. Macdonald, Miss an orchestra. Today six teams, captained" by- W. H. Wilson-F. Dazell.-S. Peck, .W. H. Short. My. Rine and ed out to get the "money and they ex- pecf to raise the full amount in two, days. 'j The new building is almost com-i pleted. it is located near the depot and faces Baker -St. It is of frame, three storeys high and will be fully eguipped with all Y. M. C., A." feat- that they were not merchants. Fif-iures-. Tne C- P. R- has expended over j teen of. the number were -foearers. of letters to the Vancouver -interpreter T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Towrisite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. It is in lime of suuclen mlsliap or'ac- :ident that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied-upon to take the place of the family doctor, who cannot always be found at the mom en i. Then it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts wounds and bruises Chamberlain'r Liniment takes, out the soreness anc- drives away the pain. Sold by aP aruggists. identifying them, three of'.the num- ber carried a letter covering the trio. All had sums of gold, mostly- varying from S100 to S500 and one had a gen- uine draft for S400, while two others had bogus drafts. They had -passports issued by the viceroy of Two Kwanga, The usual story told was that an uncle had secured the passports, and usually it was an uncle who had. ap- peared before the British consul to get his certificates. -The business was a profitable one to the two ,rnen engineering the scheme, one at Hong Kong, the other at Vancouver. They cleared approximately on each man landed and the two shipments captured by the detective and his in- terpreter would have netted them in the neighborhood of approxi- mately. They secured an average of with the arrival of each. -on the building -SEVERE STORMS ON THE GULF CAUSE MANY WRECKS BIG RAILWAY GRIZZLY BEARS STCIKE IN FRANCE Men Want Higher Wages-- Tie of the Line is Complete Paris, Oct. employees of railway .went on a strike early, today and by eleven o'clock this forenoon the tie-up of the system was practically completed. At that hour only trains; for-'-Calain' and Cologne were moving..'Military 'engineers have been called to replace the strikers but the number is inadequate to restore the schedules. Several ..acts.' of violence occurred about daybreak at St. Quentin. The traclcs were torn-tip, -two locomotives collided and obstructed the main tra-ck. Military forces '_ have taken possession of stations and jvey" which, spent the summer 'in that vicinity engaged in the work of deliminating the boundary line. The grizzlies, young and old. paid fre-j quent .visits to th'e camp when seek- ing change of diet and became so mendly that they would stand up on their hind legs to grab choice tid- 'bits thrown at them from the cook house. TAME IN ALASKA Would Stand on Hind Legs and Take Bacon from Men's Hands Vancouver, B. C.', Oct.. A griz- zlies" paradise par excellence has been located in a great berry patch along the international -boundary line be- tween the Dominion and Alaska, about thirty miles inland from Taku Arm. The bears are of the species known as the Alaska -brown. They range in size from cubs of two feet from muzzle to tail to aged monsters ten teet long. To shoot them would be, Canton slaughter. Abundance, ofi food 'has robbed; them of their fierce instincts. So tame have they be- come that they established a "peace pact with a Dominion government sur- have been posted .along the road to protect the railway property. The trike developed 'night and took he public 'by surprise. -There .has been ill feeling on-the part of the employees owing .to the''refusal of the Northern to, raise wages f the men to of per ;ay and to grant .concessions. .There have been." the im- ending strike but- men conducted heir" plans .with.. and not until last evening-' was it realized na't" the fight probabiyj-would.-be' on oaay. Their 'Demands COMMANDER MACDONALD MADE ELOQUENT APPEAL Lonaon, Oct. 11. Prior to the -de- parture of the Niobe, Commander .MacDonald asembled the crew on the deck and asked them to remember the glorious traditions of the service. whereto they 'belonged and inaugurat- ing a new naval sen-ice in the empire to build up a new service on traditions of old. Halifax.. Oct. weather on the Nova Scotia and Newfoundland coast is responsible for numerous wrecks. In addition to the "three mas- ted schooner Rosemay. which is a total wreck at Anicosti. the fishing schooner Mamie May is on the rocks at Jedder. N. S. .The schooner Sea with coal is a total -wreck at fortune Harbor, N.F., while- the schooner Ella Francis, with fertili- is breaking up nearby. CITY CASHIER IS KEPT BUSY The corner stone of a new general hospital at Smiths Falls was laid by senator Frost. City Property For Sale 4 good comer lots in the. North Ward for Terms. buys 6 roomed fully modern house on Courtland; handles; ?SOO buys ne lot., Courtland, on water and sewer. 5800 Pincher City A few good business lots in Pincher City, for sale on good terms. Farm Land S 1-2 17-0-14. If-vcl and free of stone, S2. finest half sections in this district. per acre; one of the. "ft7- 1-2 Stc. .11-12-19. a good half at ner acre. 2sr. E. 1-4' Sec. 11-12-JLt, a good quarter at per acre, Call and See Us and Look Over These Choice Buys IlKnois-Alberta Realty Co. Rooms 1-4. JOHNSON BLOCK Phone 455 So heavy are ths taxes pouring in at the city offices that the staff and accommodation in the office ar? "taxed to the limit to handle all the cash. In order to give more time to count up tne sheckles, make up the books and' so fortn, Cashier MacAlpine's wicket after Thursday and until the end. of the month, close at 4.30 in the afternoon instead of at five o'clock. Jn addition to the annual taxes! coming in, the water and electric! light rates, payments on Victoria jPark sub-division, are also payable j this month, and are being paid so I promptly as to keep the cashier jump- jing to catch a brsath. An assistant cashier would have been put on to help him, but there is not room at the wicket for two to work and there- is no other space iu the building avail- able to place another wicket. The demands of the .employees s ..follows: A "in ages .to .'111661 -the Mgher of "liv- ng, a retroactive application -of .the mployees pension more equit- able division of workUthe granting of one day off in seven for all employ- ees, distinct employment by the months instead of the day.'; The government was -prepared, for today's developments and- na'd-'taken steps to preserve order. 'In :the face of these preparations the trainmen declared that they would be in- timidared and that if they were -call- ed upon as reservists to "man1 the trains'they would refuse-eft." grounds that such commands would be illegal. Better Even than Stikine This was the remarkable story re- lated in all seriousness by Ivlr. .H. S. MusseiJ, of Ottawa. Mr. Mus- sel! was in 'charge ;of the government survey party. engaged in boundary since 1904. s IMs 'summer was uni- que. .Air. JN'. X men arrived on the JPrincess. Beatrice from Jun- eau. V PLACE ORDERS NOW For'yoiir wants from tlie Kurseiy. in October and not next spring. Be sure and'include a few eight; foot; .Eiissiaii Poplar in your order for shade and ;0x Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our .Large Comet (lied) i Currant stiti t our Black Glianipion ara preminn; winners; V; nigliest .quality'- and perfectly; adapted fe: prairie planting. Two per dozen and prepaid. Three years, 13.00 per dozen an'd prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our goods to gro V We want to mail'pur price'list We want to please -you. y Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror FAMOUS SHELDON HAS SKIPPED OUT Montreal, Oct. D.- -Sheldon, the broker whose business have been under fire some time past Is" now out of the city. His office members stated that he Trill return on Thursday. They, however, refused to pay out any money saylngthat they have no authority to do. so. At the private bank where Sheldon's ness was transacted, payment of check "That is the .greatest bear country in existence. I never saw anything to equal it. even oh the .Stikine river, where. I put in several seasons, said Mr. Mussell in relating various inci- dents of the-season's work. "We soon realized that the animals, thanks to i an1 aboundant food supply, were dis-' posed to be friendly. They never at- tempted fo molest us from che very start and they soon inaugrated a ser- ies of daily visits to the camp. They were a little shy at first, ibut the smell of frying bacon proved' irres- isti'bie. At last they would .approach within twenty yards, sometimes a half dozen at a time, and stand on their hind legs to grab at the food we threw them. Region Very Rough "Th.e animals finally undertook to, nsit the camp at night to forage for! themselves. This we did not like as we feared they might stray into our ueeping tents. However. I'must say they respected our privacy and the meat supplies were cached out of sight, it was also not uncommon to meet them on the trail up to a. glacier in triangu- usually gave them x WAREHOUSE SITE en corner of -Ford and ,Bowman 2 lots on corner of'Crabb and "London pair 2 lots on corner and London ......__......... pair S lots on London between Crabb and each" ASQUITH LINDSEY REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS P. O. Drawer 3091 Crafab Phone 1183 acres of fine wheat land near Claresholm, ?2S per very best of terms. This land will bring ?50 per. acre in two years. 2 lots'near Duff Addition School, 5300 each. Terms. 7 roomed house. handles it. S roomed modern house, handles it, S roomed modern house, handles it. Front offices to rent in Johnson Block. W0 H. JOHJNTSOjSf LAND CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. busi- Cation worK. YOUNG MAN WAS GIVEN refused, with the statement f be nghl of way' Once Jack that the account has been closed The IPaiU -Xanaimo- ODC of my assist- news mat Sheldon is out of the mei four brown bears three has mnr-h mi'es from camp. Jack must have has created much stir amon_ tors though it is said at nis offices that he will return. There has -as yet 'been no -demonstration of any sort. nis nlle a though a steady stream of people and pouring in and out of his office. BARCELONA POLICE FEAR i i UCOCil AM ANARCHIST PLOT' lhe rougliegl Barcelona. Oct. police say j visited u is the main fear at the -Ken-era anniver-i peaKs 'C0vere5 TAR AND FEATHERS sary is from an anarchist plot. An have been iu bad humor that day or else he feared r.r: attack, for be leveled his ritle and blazed away. He killed other monster, mortal- ly wounded, managed to escape. After that the bears did not visit our camp {so often." Mussell described the country had -ever a vast series of high with glaciers or eter- nal snows. It was impossible to plant 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. WHITNEY BLOCK- LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. FABM SECURITY 00. ule on his way home from town at. crevasses. which he himself will have charg- of Largest Ice Field in World the land department. Herbert Pur- ....luo will be the ncwh- created sales LJ yfs'3med the work left off in department commissioner and chief ai "Devil's pa.w, tact or. Mall 'is the newly created .fur trades commissioner. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has as it, is described in the award of the London said Mr. Mussell. ".We were on Muddy river; a tributary Oi the Taku> 'II rises at Lhe foot of become famous for its cures whicb I to be tho larg-j coughs, colds, croup and influenza. Try est ice field in tne world. This if 14- T. Tirtt rt 1 m _ _ it. when in need. It contains no harm- ful substance and gives prompt re- lief. Sold by all druggists. not. counting its arms and thoj snows in the vicinity, is easily ty-tour miles long. We scaled and'Sk. 40 acres irrigated land, 4 miles out. ditches all in, pan per acre. cash. Balance over 9 years. 10 acre plots, best on market. Close in and easy terms. Lots on Bruce and Roger Streets for each. Easy terms. Lots on Cutbill street for S900 each. Easy terms. Fully modern f> room Iioiisc ou Bruce street for Easy terms. Houses in all pans of r.own for sale or rcnr. Li-st your property with us for quick sale. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" ALBERTA BLOCK. MAXWELL HELGERSON TriONE 777 ;