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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. October THE LETHBRIDGE BAILY HERALD I We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses F. C If you want to sell your house, list it with us 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 Does This Interest; You 4 Block 21, Duff Add., east facing, nearQIacDuff '2 lots on London Road, Block each. Lots 4 and 128 (on Courtland St each. Lot on Wes tminster R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents .Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N, Christie, Notary PuMic, Diamond .City, Alta.. SMOKE) THE PIPE OF PEACE AN INSURGENT SENATOR DEAD Fort Dodge, Iowa, Oct. than P. Dolliver, United States sena- tor from Iowa, died at his home here at 7.30.on Saturday while a Physician stood over him, making an examination of his heart. Death came without a moment's warning, and Dr. -Vanivetten, who'was j making the examination when the I heart stopped thought the stethoscope j had been broken. He looked up into jthe face senator to find th Stationery and Fancy Goods Business for Sale MUST BE SOLD, At ONCE We have a stock of the above description which is in good order. Stock and fixtures amount to about For particulars-as to location of stock write or call at The Trusts Guarantee Co., Ltd. CALGARY, ALTA. A. G. ROSS, Manager. (Continued from front DON'T GET IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON East' 1-2 .See. 11. Twp. 0, Range 14, .per 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 ij suit, Ooo.d 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 majority of the members. He1 at- ten'dad the meeting; in the interests'of barmojny and would be very ;-jirv ii any i (1 feeling should Withdraws Oblations' Mr. Nourse took .his ?eat Mr. immediately arose nnd __ _ or silently and with a startling sudden- ness, the mqssenger had called the soul of the statesman.' Heart Trouble the Cause Heart trouble alone was the cause of -death, and the minor "ills which have been bothering him during the last three'weeks had little effect on Ws passing. Although Senator Dolli- ver had been ill for three wepk-s or j Nourse. The' ollowing reso lu tic m was then read ov. Mr. "Tlvat opinion-o'f this -jiveting of business men, one such as the Board of is sufficient for a city of ihe sizi; of Lethbricljre and we-recommend that hearty-support be given the Board of Trade with a view to in- qreasing the city's prestige and niak- injj a greater Lethbridge." up and around, even as late as two o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Dolliver, her two daughters. and Frances, and her son, ueorge, were in the room when Sen- ator Doiiiver died. Biographical Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver was born in Kingwood. Preston county, west Virginia, in 1S5S. He graduated A NUN, NOT Tlffi Wrote the Just for Huckle' s "Just for j- w v, j jj-jj. CLILUUCCU JVlr. Cunningham seconded.the above at the state university in 1S75 was VSrtl M T.I An T-Tn 11i m ti-fl-i 4- _ resolution. He thought that when discussion was brought up at a previous meeting-about forming: admitted to the 'bar in 1S7S, and prac- ticed law i. Iowa. was elected in about formi e- was eieciea in's "organization the sen-i1SSS RePubIicaii member of congress j tiraenfc of those present was against i om t at state> and served.six terms irif'fl. Thf in SUCCfiSSion WHS fn idea. The chairman the motion remarked sub-- in succession; was appointed to the that i United States senate to fill a vacancy jthc executive of the Board of Trade I In 1900, and was elected in 1902 and Today' Oct.' Win. claim to the -of hymn, in the Angli- can ConimbV.Boofeol: "Praise, in the opinion of ..Mr, J." Edmund "Jones, .sec relary of the'-Compilation Committee has little foundation .Huckle is now. serving a seven-year term in Kingston Penitentiary on a ,charge of attempting, under the guise ,of a detective "to. extort money from' various people in return for "silence regarding his posses- ifisrace Bealistate Cilj and farm loans The H MacbBtli flgeney Sherlock Block. MISSING OFFICIAL TURNS UP Ottawa, Oct. cable to -the. de- xpartment of marine and fisheries iirom "Wm. Hutchinson, superintendent of: the exhibition branch, announces tba t Mr. Robt. Vcuning, superintendent ol' fish- eries, who has been missing for six weeks, has been located in Brussels. Mr. Vonning was found in .a hotel at Brussels.. suffering; from amnesia, or loss of memory. .'jess at its weekly meetings and at the general meetings there should he more discussion on the work done. The resolution was carried unani- mously. Votes of Thanks "Votes of thanks were passed to the chairman, committee, and to E. Hagr el for the use of the meeting place The meeting then, dispersed. He was a prominent advocate of railroad rate legislation in 1905-6. The late Senator Dolliver took ah, active part in the move- ment during the past session, and was the recognized leader of the in- surgents. sion. 'Met Nun Wrote''It "I-met the nun in England to whom this- hymn -Jul- ian's .stated..JVir. Jones. "I have seen her -Verses containing this 'The verses' were written in 1SSO by as a nun always remains anonymous, she would not want her name-associated CYCLONE; AGAIN STRIKES CUBA Havana, Oct. -A cyclone has struck the island of Cuba with appal- ling velocity, beyond a doubt more serious than the hurricane of wuich cost many lives and much dam age. The house is flooded, and the roof 'blown away. There is Heavy loss of life and great property damage is reported. Wire commun- ication with the-interior is cut off. Key West, Oct. A gale of 45 miles an hour Tvas blowing this morn- ing- The barometer is falling, and iJigh tides are reported all along the Gulf coast. SARAH BERNHARDT CLOSE TO BOMB KILLED IN ELECTION RIOTS -fomteapitre, Guadeloupe, Oct. Six persons were killed and eighteen, wounded in election riots yesterday in the Petit Bourg district oi" Basse Turre, capital. Paris. Oct. attempt was made to dynamite a railway bridge spanning the river Loire, at iliramas. province of Bouciies du Rheen. The damage was slight. There was a terrific explosion of a bomb this morning at the residence of Director Massard, of the Nationalist newspaper La Patrie. in the Boule- vard Perine, next door to the home of Sarah Bernhardt, the actress. There was considerable material damage, but no casualties. Securely lixed to M. Massard's door was a pa- per having written upon it "First warning from the strikers." iNTENGES AT MEDICINE HAT with a Protestant hymnal. The hymn'- appears in the new" .-1880." The present-claimant gives-a date two years tarlicr, and ,if lie .can establish it, OL course, he will the credit. It is more likely tliat' 'this lady, who is a sister of Notre Dame j 'in England, and comes of a very prom" -inent family, is the author, as ;I do- not think her stealing dtl" Original Verses Mr. Jones says other, claims have been made to this hymn. The three verses of the- original which were not published in the hymnal are me in purgatorial fires space delay. 0, let me, if today I die, j Go home today. I "Ami if today my tide of life Shall ehb away. Let me ihy sacraments receive, Sweet Lord, today. "Let me with Thee, my own true lite In spirit stay Stay Thou with me, my only strength. Just for today." Wants Credit; Huckle sent a letter to .the Arch- bishop of claiming credit for the authorship of Hie hymn. He says his reason for writing was that credit, The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate, Loans and. In- surance Plione 544 handles 6 room' fully modern coocage on Burdett St. on lot and. chance to make SoOO r few months. handles b roomed eot- J ,.tage on Coutts St., modern, -close in, only S23200 balance. ".Easy terms. handles beautiful 7 room .house on Rogers St., fully" .modern -in' every respect and biggest snap-in ,_ v :_._ ?2400 lots and Duf- feriri building site in -city Will lots in v buys 3 larse" corner Jots'. and Charles. Easy terras. 'Houses and lots -for sale in all parts of the city. _ List your property with us. PLACE ORDERS NOW Forjrour wants from tLe Nursery. Plant late October.and not next spring. ;'Be; sure and include a. few eight; foot: Sussiair-Poplar in your order forskide and ;x'..-. Special price 85c each, per dozefe Express charges prepaid to your station Our; LSrge.epniet (Bed) Gurrant and: our Black; QKampibn: are preinitiin -Mghest; quality 7 ani perfectly fex prairie planting'. Two years, per dozen and express; Three dozen and express" prepaid. We charges. .v We guaraTxtee our :goods to grow. We bur.pricelist to you. We want to please you. 7: Now Koptenay; Valley Nurseries -WAREKpUSE.SITE lots on corner-of Ford and Bowman'; Sts., RESIDENTIAL IN --it lots 'on corner.'Of; Grabb and. London 2 lots on corner bf'Glyn and London..................'. S lots on London between Crabb and Glyn each REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS.. P. O. Drawer 3091 Crabb. Phone 1133 ;given where it is due, and that "you will feel that if mv verses" are considered worthy of a place in the .'Anglican Common Book oi Praise should at least be acknowledc- '.'How he came to write the hymn, said -Huckle, was through an infidel calling out while he (iiucklc) was preaching at an open-air meeting "Why do you pray for daily bread 'why not ask for a week's supply." Tn says Huckle, "I told him the story of the small girl when asked thn same question, replied. "We want, fresh bread i-adi day, and not stale." That night T went home and wrote j the hymn, and recited it to the mul- j titude in Hyde Park lha following I Sunday." 370 acres of fine wheat' land' near Claresholm, per acre- very best of-terms. This land will bring per; acre in two years., 7 roomed liouse, -handles it. 8 roomed modern house. handles it. S roomed modern house, handles it. 37 7-S x 125 Round street and London Road, Terms. 5 acres for sale near old fair grounds. Terms. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. George H, Griffin, manager of the .Bank of .Montreal at Sarnia sinco ISSi' was run over by an auto ami killed. Los Angeles reports divorces granted in that city from Ocloosr 1. liW, to O'-tobcr 1, inin. Of this num- ber v.-erc sranted in the last six montns. 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own (his fine piece en will be sold on such terras that.-anyone with the outfit to farm it can easily handle. Our plan is unique. 'Let us explain. FARM SEGUMTY CO. McMill an Real Estate 5, Loans and Insurance PHONE 544 FOR "hundred and sixty acres of finest level irri- gated gardening land in the province of little more than 3 miles from city of Lethbridge, only per acre, all broken, cultivated 'and ready to plant. 10 acre plots adjoining (unbroken) selling at to per acre. Don't raiss this opportunity as we have immediate sale for five 10 acre plots at above prices. Terms over 7 years Medicine Hat, Oct. the Su- Jpreme Court here Sturm, convicted of [fraudulently holding cattle which did I not belong to him, was sentenced to! jonc month in jail. The J.udge prefer-! red to allow him his liberty on his own. i recognizances of sood behavior but i the Crown Counsel would not consent.! so the minimum penalty was imposed This morning sentence was pro- nounced in the following cases by Jus- tice Stuart: .Molitz Kohl, burglary south of Medi- cine Lodge, one and one-half! years at Lethbridge, in addition to i nearly four months already served. j T. J. Shepherd, attempted suicide, impended sentence. Fred Sweanor, theft of horse and iris from the market, three years in Edmonton Penitentiary. JF. L. Majoris. Walsh, assault in throwing an axe. three months in Lethbridge barracks. FOR SALE Lovely building site It. x 137 1-2 Ft. facing- east on Cutbill. only 100 ft. from Courtland. 25 ft. lane at rear. The water and sewer connections ore al- ready made. Price cask balance in 3 and (5 mos. at 8 per cent. Apply to owner: C, E. BRANDOW 606 CUTBILL ST. Archibald Foster, for manj' years prominent in the municipal lifa of Kenroroke and lieufrew county, recentty. 40 acres irrigated land, 2 1-2 milos fnim city. far iiic best on the market. 20 acres under ctiltiv.ition. "b'alr.uce'hay lanfl! all in arid beeii i'or last tlircc vears. Good terms. 3 and 10 acre sarden plots, have all been irrigated for three ynai-s. Best on market. Close in. Small cash payment Balauc" easy. p'oflVm r, room house on Bruce street for SSno will handle. Balance easy. New r> room conasc on GIvn street, on two lots for 500 cash. Balance very easy. Plums in Letkbrictge 2 lots on AVestminstcr Eoad. Block Duff Add. Terms. Each 2 lots on London Eoad, Block 124 Terms. 1550 S575 Good-modern 'i room house on Glyn cast. Lot feet. will ALBERTA BLOCK, MAXWELL HELGERSON PHONE 777 2 lots with .shack Elk. 22 Duff Ad- ditioii facing east. "Lots In.. Hipp The junction of roads nortli of Loth bridge, for .sale on easy terms. ei iey ;