Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Monday. October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us 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 Modern 5 roomed cottage on 28 It. lot, will handle. 2 lots on London Road. Block 12S, each. 2 lots in Block 148, North Ward, each. R.V. GIBBONS Co Phone 1191 Ott block XSs- "TV N. CHRISTIE CO.. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond Cit? Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, .Diamond Olcy, Alta. SUPPOSED DEAD CHILD SEEN IN MOVING PICTURES I Montreal Parents RecogJ nize Child in Show at Pittsburg PATRONIZE THEM DON'T IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON .East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14, 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 75 x 66 cash, balance to suit. G-ood 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. O. Box 374 Phone 1069 The following significant circular F'a., 'Oct. Jules _ letter Irom Samuel Combers, presi- den: of the Federation oi: Lajbor has been received -by J. II. Rit- chie, local organizer of the A, ,F. or L. As a sequel to the i'amous light be- Pittsburw. Desterdoccj, oi the-fust violinist of the Pittslvurg Ot'chesira, under Emi! Paur, leader of the ''Lyric Thcalr-a orebestra, is confined .to l.ec bed, 'Atwood street, a nervous wreck, circumstances which lead tween that organizaiion and .the Buck j her to that her which 1 Stove Company, it is particularly in- to have ditxi last Janu- j teresting, urging as it does organized arr, is stul living. Mr, labor to maice a special effort "to pat- Stationery and Fancy Goods Business for Sale MUST BE SOLD AT QNCE We have a stock of the above description which is in good order. Stock and fixtures amount to about For f.ull particulars as to location of stock write or call at The Trusts Guarantee Co., ltd. CALGARY, ALTA. -.A. G. ROSS, Manager. The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate, Loans and In- surance Phone 544 handles 6 room fully modern cottage on Burden St. on lot and chance to make 5500 "in a few months. handles h roomed cot- tage on Coutts St., modern, close in, only balance. Easy terms. handles beautiful 7 room house on Rogers St., fully modern in every respect and biggest snap in 53600. buys two beautiful lots corner of Bartlett and Du'f- ferin St. Finest buildin.g site in city of Will take Duff Add. lots in exchange. ?2l.OO buys 3 lajsre corner Cutbill and Charles. Easy terms. Houses and lots for sate in all parts of the city. List your property with us. is stiiL living. Mr, is even mare pronounced in the belief that iheic child is living that his u-ifc, and today lie took steps to open one oivth.e most peculiar cases tlial; has come before .the au- "thorities- in many years. Destert'locq and" family came to from Montreal. A moving picture the Lyric Theatre is has caused the upheaval. Destcrdocq today told the authorities "that ioth he-and his -wife believe that their child, 'j-eorgctte, did.'not '-die of -inaiis hant diphtheria in the Municipal .Hos- pital, Jan. If) last and was buried the family'being allowed to but that she is.alive, and is the principal in one.of the moving picttcrcs at the theatre. Desterdocq has uppeak-d to Harry iDavis, owner of ttie theatre, and' lias secured the, two? 3ilms v.-hich he. claims-may re- sioccJ to his family the little" one "whom they claiih must have been kid-, napjpud en route "to .the hospital "and ano'ther child substituted. The.fren- zied-father, has also appealed to the EiAisoit moving picture people to .trace the iilms in question and furnish him with all information possible. Both Desterdocq and his wife claim recognize in the. Lyric pictures supposedly dead child, Georg- ette. Last January the child was ro- ported dead of 'diphtheria and .buried the Municipal -Hospital.- The rest of the Destcrdocq family were in quarantine and the body was" not shown to them. induce othei's to patronize the products ,of ihe company. The letter reads: Dear Sir and are aware that an entirely satisfactory acijusiment has.been reachel b'et-ajvon organized Labor and 'ibo Buck's Stove and Range Company.. Thurc can be no question but that ihe Com- pany nas acted in gojl faith, that it purpose.-; to a-.-t iu en Lire aeco.rd with organized .Labor; Notwithstanding this, C. of Baitie Creek, owns'but 7'oei- cunt, of the stotik the comjiany, is endeavoring by .ev- ery rneons -.viMiin his power, to injure company's interests, POTATO) CROP IX FAILS Feared People May Have to Ask for Charity This Winter EUROPEAN TALK OF AMERICAN EXTRAVAGANCE AFTER HUSBAND AND WIVES During the last week the city police nave had an average of about two in- quiries a day from either husbands- looking for lost or runaway wives, or wives asking for their lost or run- away husbands. About half of these inquiries have been by mail and the other half in i person. The Chief says he bas never had such an .epidemic of these cases Before. The inquiries have come irom all parts. Several are from the Old Country, one is from Montreal, two or three are from' the Edmonton I district, and the remainder are divid- jed between .Manitoba, Dakota and Montana. in only one or two cases have the police been able to make connections. A REAL ESTATE DEAL J. C. Brown on Saturday purchased from the Golden West Realty" Co.. lots and 2, block 25, situated at the corner of Sixth avenge ar.d Fifteenth street south. The price paid was S550 each. Cnarged with pasing forged checks Cobalt, Charles Crawford was giv- en two years at Kingston. -Mrs. J. P. Butler, of Bladworth. went down a well to rescue u SL Bernard dog which had fallen in u. The Presbyterian Synod of Nova Scotia, recommend SS50 per year and free manse as minimum salary for tneir pastors. tiie with a- of showing- that it is un- profitable char, company, KJI--! iu rerenUally, for any other "employers.. Organized Labor.' in' vie'w of the agreement which organized Labor lias Avith. the Buck's Stove ,and Range Company, and the attempt, of Post to injure the com- pany's .interests, and. of1 course, the interests of Organized Labor, it would seem to 'be not only our duty, but to our interest, to.see to it that-not on- ly ail labor, but our friends" and sym- patmzers should do 'everything in their power to create a demand for the company's' goofls. It is, therefore, suggested that in- .every locality a committee should be appointed by yourself or by the Cen- tral body or both, to wait upon, all Qealers hnr.ciling stoves, ard advise tneai of me good rotations LOW -ex- isting between Organized Labor and the company, and that the is deserving of the good will and pat- ronage oL" and frien-i.s. .Please let me bear from-7011'in re- gard to this matter at your early con- venience. I trust that the matter will commend itself to your favorable and early action. a Dublin, Oct. is a fear that 'many.'-people' in- Ireland' will' be. 0 forced to' appeal for "help" because ot t heir ill luck with -The out- look a fc'w-months ago was good espe- cially in respect to potatoes. Many fanners went heavily into planting po d Huge Relate Stories oi' Sinus Spent on Clothes Vienna, Oct. is more otato .seeds-and there was every m-' truth than poetry in the old savins ication that' there would-be'a pro-j one has to so from home to hear the ff I The Dowsley-McMillan Real Estate, Loans and Insurance PHONE 544 FOR hundred a.nd sixty acres of finest level irri- gated gardening land in ihe province of little more than 3 miles from city of Lethbridge. only per acre, all broken, cultivated and ready to planr. 10 acre plots adjoining (unbroken) selling to per acre. Don't miss this opportunity as we have immediate sale for five 10 acre plots aa above prices. Terms over 7 years GET RID OF UNDESIRABLE CITIZENS No less than five people, four men and one woman, were taken from UetiUrndge on Saturday to be deport- ed by the immigration department- Two of them went to Great Britain and three io the "United States. JmmisTaUon Inspector Humphries took J. Davidson to Portal. David- storms set in. Wilhin the-last few weeks'the eoun-- Irv has been cielu-ecl willv rain., and half -the crop ruined. Hay and.ljarlw too have suKececL: Thous- ands uf fanners, ospcciailyi-.-tiic raen who could ill afiord- lost idea that the shortage -which- -must result will enhance prices -to a point; that will cnabh: them-to make up in, financial returns what they lost in j quantity. j ROUND ST. 1TY SOLD PLACE ORDERS NOW For your wants from, the Plant late in October and-not next spring. V-: Be sure and include-a. few' 'eight'- foot Russian- Poplar in your order fou: shade and Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station. Oiir Comet (Red) Currant and; our Black Champion are premium winners; highest. quality and perfectly, adapted prairie planting. Two-years, per dozen and express prepaid; v v T.hree-years, per dozen arid prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our-goods to We want to mail our price list to We want to please you: Place Orders Now v Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake. B. C.. jr or example, the News Vicner -lournal lias sonic, most remarkable "facts" about the spendthrift quali- .ti.es of Aiuoriciui women. It says are women, in New York .Almost American woman who j o.n dress, juore than I out on the toilette. I -Alnioslevety American woman who! nrarlv all ihe hav thcv raised. Not i is position indicated possesses oulv'liave ihcv none to sell, butthey f Ymch have not. been'able to save enough Cor; 'One lor instance, rhapsodies their own slock.' Some wlio saved a lair-pocket part of their notato and barlev crops greatest delight in dis- arc consoling" themselves with the'; f her robcction when she gets, back from Europe. She may have searched the great cities of America- without finding a handkerchief that; takes her fancy, .but in" Paris j gpts just what slu1 wants and pays j 300 irancs a down. "Oi1 she j wjll explain to her Friends, "the "dc- sign was made specially [or UKV and I could noi do less than order' J Another lady will make silk j j stockings her pet fancy. .sicck- she will say, holding out. a foot encased in a eovering of silk as fine as cobwebs, ''cost 1000 francs a ________ pair. T am sorry to say I shall not j be able to get any more of them, for J. B. 'Renter, wholesale liquor mer-j the man who wove them has turned cnant, has purchased from'Dr J S >Dlind American women, according! Stewart and Dr. .McClure. lot 4. block to llas of pounds'] the Bentley Co.'s new addition and j jcwels arc vvorn according to ihn or-! the HJginbotham block. The purchas-l casions, and one will be heard er occupies the premises on the- prop-! asking another about lu-r summer dia-i erty .himself, and will probably pro- j monds and her winter ones, and so j ceed with the erection of a. handsome! j building-. The price paid for the let! j- WAREHOUSE SITE ,'_-. ,v 2. lots on corner of Ford and-'. Bovrinan Sts., RESIDENTIAL IN 2.Jms on corner oli Crabb and -pair 2 lots on corner of Glyn and 8 lots on London between Crabb -and each ASQUITH LINBSEY REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS P. O. Drawer 3091 Crabb "Phone 1183 070 acres of fine wheat land near Claresholm, 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 bouse, 51850 bandies it. S roomed modern house; handles it. S rcomed mo 'house, handles it. Front office.5 to rent in Johnson Block. W, H. JOHNSON LAND CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. was or ?5L'0 per foot. NEWS FROM 2-15 M. p. CALLED TO THE SENATE Uttau-a, Oct. 14. At. today's meeting} of ihe cabinet council, Mr. Louis La- j ivergne M.P. for Drummond tind Atli- The teacher for the Two-Fifteen ana Liberal whip for the pro- trict is expected to arrive at an early of Qliebec since lyoi, was ap. date, and our school will commence pointed to the .enute In succession to son was arresred at Stirling recently by Const. Reed of the mounted, police on a warrant issued by the commis- as soon thereafte Alf. UL as possible. I, has secur-'l ploymeni near" Leihbridse. Jos. Oborn wus shipping sheep Saturady. Cleve Dye, Dan Uccrz, Louis ]the Jate Sir George Druramond. Aj em--writ Tor the -bye-election has been i i issued for ihe commons vacancy in! 011 jurummond and Athabasca, thus jsionecf. .Nominarioiis are set for! 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this fine piece en will be sold on such terms that anyone with ihe etitfit to farm it can easily handle. Our plan is unique. Let us explain. WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. FAKM HECUK1TY CO. sioner of immigration, chargin with being in Canada illegally. He came to Letbbridge somp lime ago trom North Dakota with another man's wil'e. leaving his own wife and family in the States. He and the woman for some time ran a rooming j house on Second avenue east of Si. j Augustine's Church, and the woman later led him. The oilier four.were taken to YTm- nipcj: by special officers sent here lor thai j'lirposr. Msybrick and Jor- dan, i-coii serving terms in tlic burrariss. vvil! bo. sent on to 'Mon- treal, and shipped to Liverpool. Kid "Hnr.ton" and wife will be held ;n where the former will be tried on a charge of 'bringins1 women into the country for immoral purposes He was found guilty .T.I. Taber of steal ins a revolvei1 and of living off the proceeds of prostitution. He was senienced 10 six months' imprison-! mem., but sentence was suspended on j condition that he be deported by the immigration department. juiiurscifiy. Oct. 27, with, polling, in 'casn sent is contested, a Jatfir. As Mr. Lavergue's (However, averages up in the thous-! The liitie son of J.-lochm was is not lhat the zamoney and Fred Beard Lethbricige on business last for a few clays last week. .Miss Ida Lund was visiting Miss j acclamation, .Merle one day last in spite ot' the dry summer can potatoes grown withoui irriga- tion thai, weigh considerably over a pound. Bethel Sunday school at 2. p.m.. and church services ar 3 p.m.. ar. the scnool house. All are welcome. eioc-l Ition of a Liberal' successor will go by' Natural gas wells in the vieiniiy of! X. B., give a supply of fif-1 tf-en million I'eet of gas daily. j Airs. J. Laviinie. of i unt.. was siruck by lightning- and' srunned. Her houae was "badly dam- aged. ff1 Winnipeg will have a new theatre to I coat 40 acres irrigated land 2 1-2 miles from city, by far the best iract on the market. 20 acres under ciiinvaiion, balance hay land. Ditches all in and has been irrigated Sor IP.S.I three years. Good terms. 40 acres irrigated land -J miles from cky. acres broken. Ditches all in and easily irrigated. pei- acre with cash, balance over 30 years. 5 and 10 acre garden plots, have all been irrigated, best on market. Small cash payment. Balance easv. 9 Have car to take -to these at any time. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK- PHONE 777 urns in Lie 2 on Eond. Block 26 Duff Add. Terms. Each thbridi '2 lots on London Pt-oad, Block 124 Terms. Each................ (food modern i room bouse on Glyu Su i.'acino-east. Lot o7V> I'eet. -S'TOO -svill handle......... 2 lots with shack Blk. '2'2 Duff Ad- ditioii-faciiur east. Terms..... Lots iu .Kipp jum-iioii of roads nortli oi' Letlibridge, i'or on easy tcrms.