Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
October'26.-1010. TflE IJ E' -DAILY HERALD 1'age We have several good propositions in farm lands which are worthy of yotir consideration, Come in and let 'tis tell you about We are exclusive agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment in Lethbridge We represent The North American Life Assurance London Guarantee and Accident Assurance of London Representing: i American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenk Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver T1- Ffc 1 the Uowsley Real Estate, Loans and In- 'surance 544 ana half, close in; most desirable building location in city. Terms. handles 3 beautiful cor-' rier lots on -Courts'- ana Charles St.: Two fine lots" near, corner .of Bartlett anci D.uf'ferip, TVilr take pair of-Duff Addition lots in exchange. buys your choice of two fine cottages now linden construction on Ernest St. (near Courtland) fully mc'd- ern and up to date in every way; 54.00 cash, balance per month and -we guaran- 'tee to furnish a tenant at ;S25-per month tor.six mos FOR 3 storey., and., half ho.use' or" 'Cc'utts; 8 roomed house or- Dufferiu; one furnishec house, and several-others. WORTH LOOKING. UP, Lots Block 147, each--- 1-3. 6 and 12 months. Lots 96 to 98. Block 7, on water. 3. and 6 months. Lot Block.V, 6 "and 12 months. ,6 a'nd v R, V. GIBBONS GO; i Phone 1191 Ott Block TRIED TO KIDNAP PRINCE Fenians Planned Attack on English Heir Apparent Dublin, Ocz. "story of an old by John Donvir, of Liver- i poo'l, an Irish revolutionist, has ,j created. '.talk, especially Jin view" of-his account of an attempt planned; by American Fenians to'kid- THE LETTER BOX WANTS -SWIMMING POND Editor of The Letbbridse Herald: Ij kindly allow 11 me a little space-In your paper? reportjn your issue of Monday, October re the propos- ed curling rink, I'think ic is a splen- did proposition, be a.boon to" Lethbridge on .'these long wintry evenings. Heading'Mr. Shepherd's suggestion to use the rink as -an auto garage, I tuinlc if 'Che- company 'were to spend a turn the rink i into a swimming pon'd in the summer i.nionths would be-.a..paying proposition. as .the pond at" the Y. M. C. A. build- ing-is far" too-small and looks more playing in I'nnir'Fi RRlEI) practi cable sa could'get a few more men like himself, i ouiiding sand., cast-ies. he had been successful in ca'rrv-j Thanking.you for-your space, if you -v consider this- worth. going to pnnt. his his achievementL. YOiTPS trillV: V, [mg- would have formed the most extraor- dinary- chapter in English history -for it less the-abduction ,of Prince of holding him as a hostage for the purpose "of the Fenian organization. The plan.] nav the-" late Kins -of- Wales) during the days' of Feniah- isni Thp rinJlpaflpr TVSS nantfiiu HANDSOME Omemee, Q'ntl, Oct.' _ new. isrn. The ringleader Captain J ohn 'Mc-Calferty... who served. an the confederate army daring the American Methodist Mrs. The. writer says: C. Eaton, of Toronto, is to be opened was carrying on a -printing biisi- ttte latter part of the month with ap-pess in Liverpool when McCaffeny Yours truly, P.O. Box 11. G. B. DICKIE. 'ECZEMA takei.hini-'to sea in a-vessel andj to iiitn there until the Fenian prisoners still at that time' -.rareleas- ed were, set at liberty." Skin Sufferers! Salver j and Nasty- Medicines. That mild, .soothing liquid, D. D. D. The "new., terminal .of "the Canadian stops.-.the awful Northern system in Strathcona. will j the first drops.. of ac- be on Second avenue.South, propriatc festivities. Though-the vil- .lage lias no waterworks system, yet- the new parsonage is fitted up with all ru-ociern conveniences, large sawage and other drains having been jbu-ilt from the Pigeon sonxe distance away. Mrs. a told me of the plans. The .Main street and First street' '.Write, for a today.to the tttat he- was. -engaged -on 'can -'only- be! Jfia'st. The'-negotiations, which halvelD. H., 49 described by the word amazing- So daring was it, so around -with apparent impossibilities, that ifo th.e very- einee. i mined rabbu't it, and to" him "it seenie'd been pending for several weeks be tween the 'the property are concluded "frith --the thirty-two Tots 'in bloicks 43 and-: S- the railway ag- 'ents in''the Colborne Sti-eetj-.Toronto. It -will take .away the Jtch right-away and you will sleep soundly. "We assure, ,-you personal- ly of the merits of this remedy; for-we KNOW. For sale by Johnston Jackson.' -Sei-. LIU traf GARY HOST. LIVING ON SECOND FLOOR, COMPELLED TO INVITE HUMAN ELEVATOR Chicago. Oct. helpless women were 'carried, upstairs .las: night, into tlie residence of Carl j Schtnidt in Gary, so -they could attend a hobb-ie" skirt party given .by him. George Clinton 'was the man who played the role of Jean to these half dozen Saphos. Clinton is built for thej part. He weighs. 275 pounds and stret- ches the tape to- 6 feet 4 inches. An acceptance to the hobble skirt j party required that the guest -wear a dress of that design. Trouble began to .accumulate as. the arrived, for Mr. and Mrs. live on the second floor of i the apartment at Sixth-and Jefferson! streets. It is a physical impossibility for a woman draped in a hobble; skirt to.] climb steps, and the host was in des- 1 pair until he thought of Clinton, and j the human elevator immedip.tely. got! on the job. i was fun.the first two- trips, butj J after that things 'began to get, serious j [for Clinton. He was puffing a.i donkey engine as he deposited his j third fair burden on the second floor. I He was brearaless and groaning .'as he set the fourth safely down. As ne; up the steps making the! fifth ascent, he would have sworn -that I he had climbed to ths Temple roof before- he reached the landing. Ciinton will probably be in big de-j mand at similar- in. the future. cannot climb in hob- ble skirts, they can, dance. Nothing can keep woniaa from that. In order I to keep down the pace of the escorts in the two-steps the men were also hobbled with, blue ribbon which match ed the overalls that each wore. The feature of the menu was "chi- cken a la'hobble.'' The guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt at Gary's first hobble skin, party were JMr and' Mrs. James Kettles, Mr. and Mrs. George Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Miller, Mr.. and Mrs. Walter Acker. MOW ill VV s Montreal had (iTS -births, -ami R.T03 deaths last year, j The 'largest proportion of deaths was i chililren from five to ten. Makes Hair Grow new pom1 oint in Southern Alberta offers .better sums than I Investment for small The Alberta Drug Book Co.. has an mvigorator that will grow hair or mon: ey back. The time to take care of your hair is when yoxi have hair to take care ol. j If your hair is getting thin, gradu- ally falling it cannot be long be- .fore the spot appears. The greatest remedy to stop the 'hair from falling is SALVIA. T.he American Hair Grower, first dis- covered in England. SALVIA furnish- nourishment to the hair roots and acts so quickly That people are amazedi large botiie for SOc. L T. N. GHRI5TIE A. COT Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsire. Insurance. Loans T. N. Christie, Notary PuMic, Cash iway Centre-Railways run font ways from Kipg and another line is surveyed east APPLY TO KIPP LETHBRIDGE East. 1-2 Sec. 11. Twp. 9, 14. per acre; S4 per acre cash, bnl.iurc to suit. Olost 1.0 school 1'ouse. N'ins from town and elevator and fine piece of hind. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 7o x CG So.OOO. cash, balance i'ood buys Gr.issy Lake -.1 Island residential close 10 the hotel in both Yfter you buying direct from the owner. W. J. WSliaias P. O. Box 374 Phone 1069 For your wants from the ISTursery. Plant late in October and not next spring. Be sure and include a few .eight foot "Eussian (Poplar .in your order for 'shade- and "windbreaks. Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Currant and our Blaci: .Ghaniplon .are preniiuni winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie, planting. Two; years, per dozen. and express prepaid... Three .-years, I3.00.per dozen aad express prepaid. We express charges. We- guarantee our goods to grow. We want to mail our price list to you. We want to please you. Place Orders Now Mirror Lake; B; G. :WAREHOUSE'S1TE 2 lots on corner of Ford and Bowman Sis., RESIDENTIAL CLOSE- IN 2 lots on corner of Crabb and 'London'... pair 2 lots on. corner of Glyn and London. .51850 pair' 8 lots on London between Crabb and G-Iyn each REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS p. O. Crabb St. Phone 183 270 acre farm, inlles from Lethbridge, fenced, irrigated, vrell improved, per acre for this week only. 4 lots on Bailey street Just north of McBeth. water, ?225 each. One third cash, balance -in and G, months. _ Seven roomed- house, S40P handles it. 5 acres near old fair grouds goods terras. I 1 v 7 roomed roodern house, close in. ?45100. Terras. For rent, 12 roomed modern uousf furnished, '.Oof s 1 1 and Block Alexander Addition. for both, terms. i> roomed cottage on Torrance, balance like rent, wc H. LAND co. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. YOU MAY CHOOSE any of live, en bloc tracts of from 'two to six sections each. Sonic farming and mired stock and farming pro- positions. This land is nau- Siding in the Cardston Dis- This vriil malcc some one money. not you.? We are soiling" cheap and ON OCJR EASY TERMS. Let us talk it-over. FAKMJSECUIUTYCO. LETHERiDGE. ALTA. 40 acres irrigated land. 2 1-2 miles from city, by far the best tract on the market, 2o acres under cultivation, balance 'hay land. Duches all in and has been irrigated for last three years. Good terms. 5 and 10 acre garden plots, have all been irrigated for three years. Besi. on market.. Close in. Small cash payment. Balance easy. Fully modern room house on Bruce street for U'ill handle. Balance easy. New 5 room cottage on Givn street, on two lots for 5500 cash. Balance very easy. MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 GROW APPLES at WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH. COLUMBIA and live in comfort.. You can live in an ideal climai.e. fino scenery, hunting and fishing, and make mere money on an ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUITVALE. than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, poaches, poultry. AND GROW RICH. Others arc doing no: YOU. -SpiC'i-M high winds and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., .Nelson, 8. C.