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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'ncsdav. 1912 Till': LKTIIBKIDGK DAILY 1IRIMUV Advertising is to Business What Yeast is to Bread. Flour, Fire For Tlie Yeast. It's Up to the Cook and Oven Wait to Pull Out a Good tch of Results Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lois facing north, Seventh Avenue South, on scwci1 and water; near Fifteenth Street South; short time only Freeman MacLeod Co, Dominion Block Phone 1212 A Splendid Corner Two lots oppoelte new sduiol. Price the unlr. bnc-Tllinl cash, balance Hiree and six months. North LetKbndge Realty Co. PHONE 636 BARGAINS Fur bargains in farm and unimproved, SEE GEO. ANGUS Kdoin Siu-rlocU Building AND PKAGTl.CAL EAEMKR Fire Insurance Buy a Cheap Home several modem houses for sale. Sin; lance monthly, or to suit purchaser. The C. B. Bowman Agency We hnvp several modem houses for sale. Small cash pay- uem, and balance monthly, or to suit purchaser. Stafford Block Farms Loans 1 ANNOUNCEMENT Tlii1 imiU-rsiu'iied desires In minomiVo I lint lie is located in Ivooni I'ahnorn! Block I' Aviicrc lie is prepared In do a srcneral K.LA1. ..ESTATE and R.AXCK liu'sincss. Your Listings Desired I A. V. GIBBONS Uooiu Balmoral Hlnck GOOD BUY "8 1 rrijf.-ililc land, fully equal In ilie famous Coaldale lands. K. 1-2 of -llh M. Strictly choice llal land, one mile from ilie A Iberia hand V..'s ami Hlorl; "2'2. On IT Addition, a ifood shack, corner Illh Si. and Kllh jjfAve.'S. Price Torn short lime only. cash, halnnee (5 a nil IL' nionilis at per cenu lberta Loae and Investment Co. (o Loaiv FiiTj Life tfc Accident Ins. if, OKii'o St. S. Phone 12M that I could get along without North oust One-quarter Section 26. !l, Itnnse 21; stetun near Sunield-Kipp new line. All Section II, a, Hauge acres sloam plow. Fast linlf Section 31. Township .III. Range 17: all rcnccii with acres broke Will sell easy terms or irau'u all three pieces lor an 1m proved tarin. 0. T. LATHROP 32 APPLICATIONS MAKE CANADIAN RECORD FOR DIVORCE Of These, no Fewer Than 10 are From Toronto, While Montreal Provide 2 Oitawa, Ocl. of wliit'll it is believed will open aboiil iiinldle of next month, will j sun't out with a record in the matter ol' divorce cases, Tlie ti'ne for giving notice of application for bills of di- vorre luis not yet expired, yet alreiuly there are on the list. Of iiiese two or three were left ovitr from last session, whcii It; bills were passed, winch 'was thought to he mi unusually large grisi. Siwteon, exactly, half tlu- apjilicatioiiH so far put in, a re made by residents from Toronto. From .Montreal there arc two, from Winnipeg four. This year, for the first time silica Confederation, there is an application from Prince Kdward Island. The Island province has a divorce court, as have also the EuyYayrsfilfaHonie Brand new, seven rooms, fully modern, full concrete basement; situated on 7th Ave., best localdon in the city. This is a bargain at the price. ftlfiWMM) Cash only balaiiep, arranged, or will take well located lots. The Cascaden Land Co. Office 10, Macdonald Block of Now Ui'miswlek, Xova ScQllii and Hrhish Columbia, yet. the j I'. 15. I. court 1ms not had a divorce, case before it since 1807. During the year 101.1, in addition to the cases. dealt with by (ho federal the Xovii Scotia court decreed ten j divorces, the New Brunswick court six, and the divorce court of Uritlsli Columbia, 10. My arrangement, all divorce cases are first desilt with, in tlie Senate, A special comin.itU'e of the upper hears tlie evidence in camera, a _____uaphii; report of which is print- and distributed to members of parliaimmr as well 'as to Senators, and when a divorce Is granted by the Senate ilie printed evidence is laid "before the private bills' committee of the Commons, which deals with thu Senate's bills exactly as with any other' private bill ;rliai cornea before 11. It is hut rarely, however, that tho Senate's judgment, is upset in the matter of a divorce bill, by the Com- mons. But. fill divorce bills arc re- corded as carried on division, this lor tiu; reason that members who arc Human Catholics are supposed to vote against divorce as a matter of relig- ious -principle. The list of applications for bills of divorce for next session is as fol- lows: I'Yancis Legora Anderson. Toronto; Archio Bhuisteiii, Montreal: .Minnie Edna Hrownell, Toronto; Albert Hrit- uell, Toronto; Minnie H. Clap-pison, Hamilton, Edward N. Creigh'con, To- ronto; Christina Ruby Kay, Toronto; Waliiam Cray, Falrmedo, Sask.: Fanny -M. Fogany, Toronto: Jesse Wilhert Hearns, Toronto; Walter Hughes, Winnipeg; George Ingleby, Oakvilte. Oht.: .Mabel hacey, Winni- peg; Beatrice E. JMayers. Toronto; William .Montis. Toronto; George G. .McOonaid, -Montreal: Mark Ptzzaricl- lo, Xapauce, Out.; Louise M. U. Ridge, Toronto; John Caldwcll Richards. Woodmoiintain, Sask.; liMixabelh A. ItayiKT, Prince County, Prince Ed- wjird'Island: Frank Sunnders, Tcrori- to: Pierre Z. Staubin, Montreal; Jlal- colm Smith, Charles F. Tnr- iins, Toronto: Daisy-Jl. ljeterson, To- roiito: Alex Gonier, Toronto; Jdn A. Durrian, Toronto: Alfred .M. Dur- HII, Tc-Tonto: Otto Clarence Peterson, Winnipeg; William fFrosie, Calgary: Isabella Lee Calgary; Paula Margowsky, The solid brick, Cully modern six room oot- 'ta.g-0. 536 12th St. S.. is for salo and no reasonaMi; offer will be refused. The lot has 50 feet frontage and faces east. For particulars etc., JJHIDEOUS STUCCO FRONT AT write to the owner, 1 BUCKINGHAM is TO BE MOD- ERNIZED TITIVATE ROYAL PALACE L.iconibe- Altii. in 4 roomed bouse, plastered, in .jrood shape, two full lots, Trice terms 1 -3 cash, 4-8 nios. LOTS SUNXV.SIDE Price each, (ernis :S-l) cash on each and ]ier month. T. H. Co. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Letirbridge London. Ot-t. liittcous tii'iib stucco front of Buckingham J'alacc, the royal resi-ilfiki; in London, is lo disappear. A new facadt- of rortland stune, plininod by Sir Ashton Webb aucl SIIOO.OOO, is to be bllbt'tiliHCtl for it. The iniiltling lias? bucn one or Lon- (icn's Visitorjj fnini of siir> world for "rations have viewed with incut Llic bold, .smoko grimed brick] frontasfs or iho "eiuiiing sovereign's I residence in itie cnjiilal of llio fCtn- tind ilie SUMutifnl environinent of ijl. .liinins (Jreen Parks lias only served to imo bolder re- the absnintf (ivenriiiess of ;ho! i unbroken prosai'-' windows i and ilic iinpoveristn.-fl looking j t.ure. .Moreover, the beuuiiful j marhlt: inemorint of (Jneen Victorin j I also designed by Sir Ashtnn 1 ivhicii slandB racing tin? palace, j I done nunrli to the desiro to j j demolish the facade, v.liirh c-von patriotic P.riiishrrs frankly ad- i mil is :i veriiabl-; ifycsore. j The work of TiTonsirnciion will j not, bo roimnem-i.Ml. however, until j next. fall, and in tile meanwhile all the stone requiix'd will be prepared I so a.s to the time during j whirli i.he palace c-nnot be George long ago nrdcn-rd j plans jo hi: prepared so as to bi> in readiness for a uioment and has ininlUy iuiil his' intimates in his opinion, building was a; per week invested here will start you on the road to fortune Dominion Square Last Saturday Over 700 People Visited Dominion Square Mr. PatiJ GiliHorc, I lie eminent actor ar- rived nt, 2.30. He had not been on the ground 10 niinuies: when life said, "1 will take this WHY THIS PROMPT DECISION? he saw that Dominion. Square is a superb scenic tract sloping down to the Park and the city; thai the coinpletipn-ol: the car Jiuc to corner ol: Galbraitli and 1.3tli bririgs Dominion Square close-to the heart of (.lie citv Thai: oae-Uiird of Lethbridge's population borders directly on Dominion Square. That it would be only a short until all the property would he'sold. Come Quickly and Get In at Open- ing Prices. Autos at Your Service CO. (itli St.. Mouth. Opposite Herald. Opening 123-5 maRTial reproach io the country which produced and Inigo Jones, The present front was after Queen Victoria's coronation and coat A-t the time of King Hdward's accession was spent in the renovation of the inter- ior. George never inhabited the building and William IV. offered it u> parliament, when their house was burned down in AWFUL CRIME OF DRUNKEN MAN SHOT THREE DEAD AND IS RE- SISTING WITH DRINK LOTS IN BASSANO A LOT NOTHING DOWN 01.00 A WEEK NO INTEREST Lots High, dry (5. level WILLIAM KLEIN REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 215 Loughced Buildin3 Calgary, Alb rta Vancouver, Ocl. rec.oived iiL-rc rlii? morning of ;i. triple murder near Xicgmen. MuUimshlin. an Indian woman man'ied to a wliiip innii. was driviiif; the murdered ones inti) Niconien from Dorociic. In tlie woi'c William George .McNeil, White and Mrs. JasjKT anil .niece of flic woman. II appears Him a white names S. 1. Mo t.aushlin nmrricd to anothor of .Mrs. .lasjic-r. had iiuarrolled with the family. Yesterday he met. ihem driv- along the road Irom Ueroehe and waniins ojiened lire on (lie parly with ;i ritle. Before he was hiiot .McNeil returned tho lire, wound- ing .McI.aiiKlilin, hin the lalior man- aged to Play three of those in Ihft On tin; rce.cipi of the news provincial constables were sent out ;o anurehend McLaughlin. Later ilii.s morning it was reported lie was located in :i htit near Ni'-omen and was welt provided viili ammunition. It is espeoted he will pump a as lit: is uraxy drink. SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS' Fire and Life Insurance Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phona ?6B. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Aita., Phone 5. Money to CELEBRATE FIRE PREVENTION DAY EDMONTON WILL OBSERVE DAY TO REMOVE DANGEROUS DEBRIS under writers and business mea gen- erally and Lhev .ire enthusiastic ami will give it Hieir personal support, I 'believe too that the -will -ap- peal to all classes, and that we will have bcf.wcen and per- sons at work, in addition to those in the employ of the cleaning and other rivic departments. Kdmonton, Ocl. 1 merchants, bankers and bonanza, ranchers the. people, of Edmonton generally will join the municipality in an effort to remove rub- and dead loav-ps and placing heating apparatus and t-biinneys in lactovies. oflictiF. Ftores and residen- ces in proper condition on Saturday, i October in, which has been ofiicially set aside as Pirc Protection day, ilayoii George S. Armstrong, acting on :i resolution intrcduced by Aider- man Gustavo II. May and carried unanimously at the last, meeting of tho city council, today issued a proc- lamation, appealing; lo 'flic public ir> observe the day by cleaning their promises and assisting in ihc remov- al destruction of rubbish, waste pa- per and the like. "Kdmontcn has a well organized and adequately equipped lire depart- Aid. May said, "and by inking the proper precautions before the cold wealbor sets in, about a month hence, we will reduce the winter lire, losses In a minimum. have been for- j tuiuUe so far in experiencing !'o astrotis fires, but it is best to be pre- pared. "1 have iliscutfsed the project with1 Some Special Buys in Houses Cash buys 7 roomed, fully modern holism on a lot and half between