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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October 24, THE LETHBRIDGJE.DAILY HERALD We have several bona-fide purchasers for house If you want to sell your house, list it with us F. C 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 WORTH LOOKING UP On Road, N. W. Lots I and 10, Block 146. ..each. Terms. On Street, (Near London) Lots 15 and 14, Block J, each. Terms. 4 lote, Block 1 North Ward, each. Terms. On Argyle Avenue Seven roomed house on two -lots. cash, balance' in. 1, 2 3, and 4 years. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Eitate, Loans and In- surance Phone 544 buys lot and half, close in; most desirable building location in city. Terms. hndles 3 beautiful corner lot on and Charles SL Two fine lots near corner of Bartlefet and take pair of Duff Addition lo'ts in exchange. buys your choice of two line cottages now under construction on rnest .St. near Courtland) lully mod- ern and ,up-to date in every -way; cash, .balance per month and we guaran- tee to furnish a tenant at per month for six mos. FOR cottages; 1 storey and half house on Coutts, 8 roomed house on Dufferiu; one furnished house, and several others. 320 Acres Cash Bast 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14, per acre; ?4 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 j suit.. Good buys in Grassy Lake Js'te.Tid residential lots, close to the hotel in both Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1069 GAZZAM WEDDING IS CONVENTIONAL Only Thing oat of Ordinary is Absence of all Rela- tives of Heiress JNewburg, N. Y., Oct. An- toinette Elizabeth Gazzam of Corn- wen, heiress to whose ac- count of "My Search tor a Masculine counterpart and Ideal Companion inrough the being printed in a magazine called Fore- cast, was married, to Charles B. Gal- _ pin, a civil engineer on the New .a conviction, by J, 0. Wilson. GOT ONE YEAR FOK THEFT Lx Court Hoiik and Caiapey Cases in the. District Court on Saturday moralng, William Rose pleaded guilty to stealing S7S- a lew days ago from .Henry Palmerson at Cazier's construc- tion -camp near Chin Coulee. He wa sentenced, by Judge Carpenter to one year's, imprisonment, considerable time was taken up in toe District Court on Friday, presided over "by His -Honor Judge Carpenter, nearing ihe appeal .of George Houk, ayueduct, this afternoon, in the rect- ory of St. Thomas' Roman Catholic caurch at Corn. well. J. P., on the charge of selling liquor to the-Indians. .The offence alleged, and of which Superinendent .Wilson Miss .Gazzam is a daughter of .'a for- j comKsced Houk, lace at the -time mer Pennsylvania state senator, but she hasn't seen him- for four years, wedding. The ceremony was performed "by of the Lethbridge Fair last August Jonn' J.- Cameron appeared for ap- ellant, and'C. F, P. Conybear-3, K.C.. for- respondent Decision, was reserv- ed. EXCEPTIONAL LAWS IN PORTUGAL. WITHDRAWN T. N. CHRISTIE A CO. Real Estate and Financial Broken. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loanfl T. N. Chrittie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. 'EXAMINATION FOR CENSUS CLERICAL STAFF Ottawa, Oct. civil service commissioners gave notice that the examination for candidates .for posi- tions on the census clerical staff will Begin on the second Wednesday of February, and also, it necessary, at time of the holding of the regular semi-annual examinations. Intending applicants must file their applica- tions at least one month before the examinations. Tne subjects for the third division be writing, spelling, arithmetic, composition, geography and trans- scnption, with typewriting as an op- tional subject, for tne second-divis- ion the subjects will be writing, spell- ing, arithmetic, composition, litera- ture, geography and any two of the History, economics and French. If the candidates are French, the last option will be English. Lisbon, Oct. were published to-day abolishing the ex- ceptional laws put in force with the advent of the republicans, including tnose concerning anarchists, and re- straining the newspapers from publish ing undesirab-Ie news. All the bishops and the higher mem- bers of the clergy have announced tneir adhesion.to the republic. Soldiers who fought in the revolu- tion nave been granted four months leave of absence with full pay. The minister of the interior has declined to introduce a number of measures favored by the Socialist party, which nas promised to support t3e govern- ment. MOUNTAINEERS LIBERATED MAN SENTENCED TO DIE Livingstone, Va., Oct. eer friends of John Moore, under sentence to be electrocuted for the murder of Frank Howl, descended upon the Nelson -county jail, there at one o'clock this morning. They storm ed the building and rescued the pris- oner. It is supposed he was taken to the mountains and liberated. Almost as quickly as they nad en- tered the town, they left it, and start- ed back to the mountains. It was not until several' hours after the rescue tnat tlfe news spread, and soon sever- al deputy officers were on their way to the mountains to try to re-arrest the murderers. It is blood- shed will result from any attempt to re-capture him. if The Dowsley- v Real Estate, 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 miss this o-'porumiiy as we have immediate sale for five lo' acre plots at above trices. Terms over 7 years the Rev. Father Broslin. The best man was the bridegroom's brother, L. L Galpin, of New York. Others" pre- sent were the bridegroom's parents, JVirs. .Dubarris and Mrs. Hayden, of Mew York, cousins of the bridegroom: and Miss Mary Schofield and Mrs. wuiiam H. Schofield, .of Waverley, N. Y. Miss Gazzam. said frankly to a re- porter to-night, that she was a free- thinker, but as she was. certain that Uaivin was her everlasting affinity, she was willing to bS married in.the religion of which he is. a coniniunl- cant. Letter Summoned Bridegroom "Tne romance has been a, beautiful said she. "But.I am. not to tell it all to you now. I'll simply tell you that I wrote a I wrote a letter to Mr. Galviu. He did not answer me. I wrote another let- ter. Still he did not answer me. But when I wrote a third he did answer me, and then one day he came here, and that was the first time 1 saw him in my life. i "He did not come back at first- There were others with him and he aid not take the general invitation to apply to himself. 1 "But after he had received a general invitation he came back. And there were many beautiful many beautiful moments and days, and the realisation came to us -both taat we were made, intended, design- ed for each other, and, the .ueiress laughed girlishly, "we have round each other, that's all." "But how did you come to write tnat first letter? What prompted it? Wnen did you first see Mr. Miss Gazzam was asked. Story Will Give the Facts She shook her head. "That is what I am holding back to tell only in- my story, 'My Search for a Masculine counterpart and Legal Companion xnrough. the Supernatural.'' said. j in' the first chapters C serial, MISS Gazzam says she has been look- ing for her ideal since she was four- teen and a half years old. She was j not to be hampered by old fogo no- tions of propriety in this as she says in print. "I willingly admit that the instinct of a chivalrous man is pursuit, and tnat of a modest woman sne writes. "But yet, when a female happens to recognize in a certain male her perfect spiritual afc'iniay, and solemn- ly intends never to marry any other man so long as she lives, it would seem almost a crime to make no effort to discover him. to find out if he really cares to reciprocate her love, and to speak first, if circumsrances are such that he has no opportunity of making the advance to her." GEOLOGIST SAYS THERE IS IRON Slope Of Rocky Mountains Has Lots Oflt': "There is .iron alon Hpo ihe '.Y the eastern sahl D. l'. I Bowling, -in an in. u view with tne (..'.Usury In "lie state- ment he C'-nt; steading statements 'which have Leen niade cor, cerniu.r his 'opinion: It .was: tele- graphe-r throughout Canada- that -he had said there was no mineral on this side of the summit of the. -Rockies. -Mr. Bowling is fielG geologist of the Geological Survey 'of Canada. "Tnat is all. a he said. "There are two geological areas. The outer area, which is the outer part of the mountains and the second '-div-' ision, -which is further -east In the outer area there is limestone and ,coaL the coal and the -limestone Evidence has been taken toy Judge tnere is a band- of red.shale, which j- uarpenter of Rex v. stained with iron. Whether or not-} .which George Campey is charg- tnat is rich enough to make mining ed with-forcibly entering the premis- jprotitable remains to be seen. So es Lheatre building, jfar there has been nothing to show wnen in the peaceable, possession of [that'the'ore" was rich enough-to-mine. JMessrs. F. .G. Wa-ddiagton Co., real It is possible that in places it will estate dealers, and refusing to allow them .to enter. Campey, who was act- ing as agent-.for >he Brown Amuse- ment Co., the latter.: firm wishing to regain ihe premises, to which the Wadncn.'; be rich enough lo mine.1' the second division there is cop-" per. silver, o.nd some gold, but as-a mineral bearing- belt it is not. very oington people claimed to have a year's lease, was remanded to come up whenever called, for the judge to give his in. connection with the case, "Iron Near Calgary Mr. was the iron in the He repeated that there'. undoubtedly srs. Wacldington Co. state that they are taking civil action -against the Brown Amusement ..-Go.-for depriva- tion of leasehold. Me wnetJier or not bear, development." as rich enough to That 'was not for IE AND IN SUIT Victoria, B. C., Oct. Mcl-Cenzie nor James Dunsmuir appears (Satisfied with (the present state of affair: in connection with trie recent sale of the Dunsmuir coal j expects in time to find the Brazeau him to. say. It was the custom of the department -to" make aii im-estigation j before passing any claim for mineral j THIS investigation has been made and tne, claim passed, before it was grant- ed to this company. Coal Areas in Northern Alberta fllr. Dowling has been spending the last- three or four years in outlining and determining tne coal areas in the j mountains. He finds that -the coal j runs right up to the north, going so t'ar as the .G. T. P. He believe's that iN'ortlierh Alberta is as well supplied with coal as Southern Alberta. He properties to McKenzie. In a suit en- tered by Dunsmuir it is alleged that -VLCKenzie is holding back assets worth about a million dollars belong- ing to -Dunsmuir. On the other hand, McKenzie has brought suit'to recover four hundred thousand dollars, which he says Dunsmuir secured by improp- erly declaring a dividend on the snares of the Collieries company, after McKenzie had been given the options. McKenzie also al- leges that certain ships and other parts of the collieries plant have been concealed by Dunsmuir and not turn- ed over. W Cincinnati, Oct. gift of UUU.I.K.IU to the campaign fund for the world's conierence on church unity by J. P. .Morgan, came as a climax to- day to the greatest convention in the History of the Protestant Episcopal caurcn. Mr. was named as treasurer of the movement to raise the funds required to bring about what'is honed to be worid'ss conference tne of greatest Christian cnurches throughout, the universe. As the martial recessional hymn "The Early this year Miss Gazzam settled jSon Ol- God gocs died away in for a suit brought asainst Paurs this afternoon, the for 5150..000 by Marshall Clark, seneral convention of Pro- lor'file alienation of Clark's affec- Euisconal Churches in tions. He was lo the public j jjnjted cam3 lo an end. as Moble, a pahnist. Tc Miss Gaz-' zam he was known as a mvstic, u creature of soul, and for a time she tnought his beai. a per- AIRSHiP BEING BUILT AT FORT WILLIAM rect tune with her On the cover of the C.P.R. titi'ic 1ablo folder, shov n a watch rxp'aiiiinR dearly the- Fort William, Oct. new air snip, modelled after the Bleriot, has been built by Ed ward Peterson, and all be given n trial providing the wen ;ner. is clear. Parrs of the machine district resembling the development of the Crow's Xest, with towns along it like Blairniorej Frank and such like. Tne coal in the mountains is much more valuable than all the other coal of the province. "You may say that there is iron all along the mountains. It all depends j upon the richness of the ore, whether! or not it will have a great he Albertan. BRILLIANT BANQUET AT SAULT STE. MARIE aauit Ste. Oct. special to the Minneapolis Tribune says: A brilliant banquet was tender- dered C. Franz, general manager of the Lake Superior Corporation to- mgnt, attended by members or. the Dominion and provincial governments of Canada, and capitalists from Eng- land, and prominent local citizens. Among tnose present were Arthur .M. chairman of the Canadian agency which ficanced the corpora- tion, and the son of Earl Grey, accom- panied by R. N. Grenfell and brother- m-iaw of Guy Staubyn, a partner in the brokerage K.- Nevison Co., the biggest stockbrokers in Can- adian affairs in London. K. Grentell in the last 1'our years has raised fifty million dollars for the uanadian enterprises, one of these is the Southern Alberta Land Company now spending forty-six million on an irrigation project" on four. hundred' tncvisand acres in that province. .Mackenzie King, minister of labor .if of the Dominion; J. Hanna, prov- incial secretary of Ontario; W. N. Hearst., M. P. P.; A. C. Boyce, II. P.; w. Urummond, president of the Lake superior Corporation: Judge Morris, of Ohio, other distir.suishe-j guests, _ The banquet also marked the prac-. tioal of tho additional work to the Clergue industry valued fo-.ir hour on the made locally, and others between and svstrrr. west o: William, so ortcd, ;md the owner implicitly be-1 il.at. rn- can icll both the ile a finjshed crnft thft u'hclcsirabtc1 ciri- sin.' ojjlirn-y tirnc nt n. It. is m 'conouer the and tomorrow clcportocl from -Lcth- n -0 m mil'.vav i bridge this month bv the imniigr race ascent Wl11 be department. Thft majority were 2Snoiu sjitvm. (turned .to the United States. PLACE ORDERS Epr your -wants; from tlie Nursery. Plant late in October and not. next spring. Be sure and iricliide a few eight Russian Poplar in, your order for shade and windbreaks. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station f i J -.Our Ijarge, Obniet (Ked) Currant and our. Black' 'Champion 'are premitiin winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two years, per dozen and express _ r" Three -years', per dozen express' cliarges. 5VVe guarantee our.gopds We -want to mail: dur'pnce list' to you. ;''We-want Orders -Now iiiFserles. ..Mirror.Lake, :B.. -2 lots corner of Ford aiid-, Bowman Sts., RESIDENTIAL CLpSE -JN1 _- ---r 2 lots' oh of Crabb and pair 2 lots on corner of Glyn and London 51S5Q 'pair S lots on London between Crabb and .Glyn each, ATE AND FINANCIAL -BROKERS- P. O. Crabb 270 acre farm, ;5 miles .from Lethbridge, fenced, irrigated, ..-well a improved. this week only. lots' north of JMcBeth, water, each. One.third cash, balance in.3 and 6 months. Seven roomed handles .it 3 lots on. Railway avenue, o acnes near old-fair terms. 7 roomed modern House, close in, Terms.' For-rent., 12 .roprned.modern house, furnished, .Wo H." JOHNSON LAND CO. v-JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own'this fin'e p'iece 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. 40 acres irrigated land, 2 1-2 miles from city, by far the- best tract on the market. 20 acres under cultivation, balance hay land.. Ditches all in and has been.irrigated for last three years. Good terms. n and 10 acre garden plols, have all been irrigated for three years. Best on> market. Close in. Small cash payment. -Balance easy. Fully modern 5 room "house on Bruce street for wiH handle. Balance easy. New 5 room cottage on Glyn street, on .two lots for- cash. Balance very easy.. "LETHBRIDGE MAXWELL HEU3ER3ON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 V WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH CGLUMSJA and live in comfort. You can live lu an ideal climate, enjcy fins scenery, hunting am! fishing, and make more money on. an ORCH- ARD TRACT at FR'JITVALE, than you can on 'IGO acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, poultry, AND G'ROXV RICH. Others r.rc doing not YOU. Splendid climate, high winds and diisc storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITV.ALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson, B. C. ;