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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta f.', ay. 1912 _____________T-r. nn..., i-. ------------___ _, {______________________________ _______ _ _ g thecdurUnrthat produces the best _ -i m To .the Home We have Jiiat comiiletcd n 1'nll iiiodnu 13th St. A.. North, and Unite anyoiiu MlHbiit. well built homo lo come and insiieit out commodious layout of tho building and work to be flrst-cl'iss and all a decent wage. Our price Harleman and Carpenters on the Bu'idi After C p.m.. call at 1818 Ih rvct H'lH-ST FHOM SCIJXE OF 1ULKAN I Want To A Riiuilcy Oil-l'iill. 1M10; practic ill> m Glvo mo and plow 550 irrf. M or next spring or summer fallow Plowing to be done not less than "xe i 1 have 1200 acres to bo plowed Landt 0. T. LATHRffi Stafford Block look This (Kg feel.. 4 ui. facing eas( on twoen 6th and 7th Avenius il e'rnis. Exekistvc lislina Your Listings A. V. GIBB RENTALS i. USANCE Something. You Half-section acres .House and well: ciotee to o-ood GEORG ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK SJiCUlUT Y IN V Fire and Life Insurance Room 12, Hull Block, Letht Room 207, Tern a Fire Insurance J Servian infantry and artillery leaving for the war. James S. Sherman Succumbs to Complicated Illness President at Banquet When he Heard the Deeply Affected On i Iou0 tin. ilntl cwcntnc md his We have several ment, and balance monthly The C. B. BLOCK. i per start 'the roac1 JEST'S IN BASSANO WILLIAM REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND 215 Loughced Building ice Junes SUioo :roft Sherman, died al his home I his ntj il 'J 12 o clock lisl nitht c irernic poison, caused hy Bright's dii ise, complicated heart diseas nd arb'rlo-solerosis. Ho had hee: inking since early morning, and i tint death u i ijucs ou or only a few hours. There iva after 7 o'clock, causa in ippuent In tu. .condition oi the'kidneys, but it did no piovc i nl oi h tint, and at hcst tuupoian hopi vt n nt o clock the finpuiluip iobd t rion tb it timt tho lonuition i ,pnlh pisi ed from al or a gas'connection. Tho new forest rJngor in the Pot uinlue Hills is covering the ground, visiting all the farmers to find out the extent of their holdings, so that his report sent in will be com- llete, with a full list of all those'who t-wn laud in thu foothills. Me is tell mi, eich ono th.it the joieinmenl Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lots? facing north, ou Seventh Avenue South, oa seAver and water; near Fifteenth Street South rvshort tiiiic" only Freeman MacLeod Co, Dominion Block Phone 1212 Nelson District Takrs the First Prize for Packed Apples at the Dry-Farming Congress luOO 00 npr ifip I, num t u w to up a dollar tte >ou HERE IS A' SAMPLE Good-government ich u v 10 Revenue pioducer For llteiatmo and other informitioa wli ,on or nuta, Harry E. Douglas n p CANADA INVESTMENT CO Lethbridac, Alb.rt. emotions lie might have had. Greaves and Con- lind finished Uioir Then tie rose and said; nUa Unto vtt Aio ,uu net on an occasion likb this lo cele- bi-al-3 the launching or the Flrida. and the presence of United ;e! tliat is not adapted t.i stock raising J Ins hittei i1- c ii ing out Uon In inU mult .Commandt-.' Caltlur Blieeches. Mi Hi were honored lv he Preside H Slrerman Ohiei tthune to icsena the foot hills for stock, and keep the farmer on the farming land. It no doubt meet ivith tho approval of all, or near- lj ill tho' nlio hu Sacrifice Sale Of House No. 1306 London Road meat basement, furnace and electiic lighted WILL SFLL BDLOW MARKDr VAbUJJ TO JLUVDLB .J800.00 The Cascaden Land Co. Office 1 0, Macdonald Block e then Hnd in the It. is a very ail duty for me to announce that the 'Old has (omc 111 it the Vice [1 i t ta dc id j linen him I 'hosi 111 iv Iho tiuco he len i-icd his lountn iea him I terests located in tile foothills. While the uop in ,he Clock dib trlct are equal to crops elsewhere, it is uncertain as to the ripening season. and tho greater numher are engaged in mixed farming, having each FERNIE LOSES ABLE FIREMAN ASSISTANT CHIEF WILKES' RE- SIGNATION ACCEPTED- MINERS ENJOYED THE HOLIDAY 111 ll 'C" days. At iiijpeting, Mr. Wilkes renJesffSjo be re- lieved, ani.f4cceptcd his rcsignatioi intent to. tlis vacancy u-t-prescnt. j Monday, is'giying the Coal j the lit'Kt ijKing: day dur- _ 1-cr.Mc, Oil city council at i here Its last niKht s meeting, took up and regarding njte Midi the Wilkes, hu ffi {resignation I sonic time e'l to rem.rcejduring the bility i hail was informed of the death of Vice. President. Sherman, at o'clock, as hoisis cittlc uieb or pouluj for ule lliiib gu i inUein0' t laigee am ount toi cab hboi Horses "id. culle in tin. hills hi 0 is a to be in suUl ycod future 10 ,lni tins i ,r j londition foi wintoi no, puces djouin in honor ci Ins incnion ndf Mpl I 3( n is lunh is this jeu Ono till no hntliii I -Oil mini., head ot steoia foi SPOKANE MAN SENT TO JAIL WAS CONVICTED AT CRANBROOK OF HAVING STOLEN FROM HIS PAL puiod of I'irsid nts. uncxp' ?S5.00 ih uii folio ii [i the uoiu f01' tnreo of Pi- .he. ,ncl the u ,1 onuc. n-nl 11' 0 otil muclh in, n, twoiMtl to Ins itj7h, came to his oyos: as bo slepped Inslricj of the car and was whisked ai-row thei V.M m ill A. n. his lumi BiOo., ivbo have ibeen left town on uoiKmen nun i retnin 01 tint 1 lettnn Cranbrook, C., Oct. 1 Viall a mint, of Spokane, was jroughl up before Judge Hyan on the' 120th inst., lo answer a charge of 'stealing about from -N. M. Hobbs, on the 25th October.: Mr. Wil- son appeared lo prosecute and prison- er was defended by Slacdonald. From the evidence given by Hvhbs iccn working together foi some few iccU and on the. 35th inst. amml in Cranhrook about mid-day with ll-c aou m-ay v.- -1', who IIIIH iican visiting idea ot lookini; for work as'thcv left for Vancouver, n.C., then out of employment. Both pro- go few disposed of Ihc assistant (ire gc piy dinicnlty. Assistant Chief II. A.'.Coal Cue RAILWAY OFFICIALS CLAIM THAT THERE ARE ONLY COM- PLAINTS AT A FEW POINTS Man., Oct. 81.- a great e.vlcnt. (Inly a very fcv: points plained of niin-dclivciT Oi cars on order ami Mils is to the fact that i orders for shipment from lake liils are coming in more slowly than I tlio grain i.s being received, which i means that in some cases loading of cars Is (Ida; ell. luroli. .Monday evening will bo de- j voted to .n concert such ns has never com-1 been given lo the residents of Alac 3rd Avfenue and 9th 5eet 5th Avenue and 7th feel: Price and Terms Exc1, Opposite The Hea! almost cuiiiplele absence of coniies tion and biockadc the great. crop of province is being! 3.. moved eastward at the rale u! ap-i 2 thirteen hundreds cars a' 11 day. The Canadiaii Pacilic alone ni j handling Sim cars daily 01 grain i alone, cvclnsivc oi all shipments of coal, lumber and miscellaneous goods and on one (lay 1000 cars of grain! shipped to ch-vator's over I j Canadian I'.icilic. The other ronds i are also taking care oi tbe crop I out apparent trouble. I I Tn the immense Canadian Pacif-Ci terminals here there are no signs of i congestion and trains, nre moving! Tlic prospects -are Iliat1 ji practically tiie entire grain crop oij 'the provinces will be securely housed j in the delators before the advent of winter. Tin1 great improvement over the last year la tx- [j plained by the (act l-rannpor- I I n I Ion lines have been improved and) cxlctiilril and equipment increased to Brooklyn Bridge lo the Pennsylvania I viil a noBition with sccutor and prisoner admit having a Railroad station in York, to take' "tta "l "lo wl'olesalo.houses. good many drinks bcUvccii the time his train for Washington. Noviimber ;i, will be they arrived and eleven o'clock all mniversary day in the Alothodist when they booked a room at tho Cosmopolitan hotel. Just -heiore going to bed Hobbs. stated that he counted his money and found he had Slti.OO in notes in his shirt pocket, and when he and prisoner .got into their bedroom they, pulled the hcd in front of flic door so that no one could enter. In tbe night Hobbs was iwaliened by feeling a touch on his ircnst and on looking for his money Found it was Rone. Hobbs was cross-examined hy 51r. M.lcdonald at some length and" ad- mitted he was not quite sober when he went, to bed, but denied that ho was so drunk that he had to be un- dressed by prisoner. Prisoner denied that he took the money and said that Hobbs either spcnt.it or lost it playing poker. Over was found on prisoner BOW ISLAND The solid brick, fully modern six room cot- tage. 530 12th St. S., is for stile arid no rcason.-ilile offer will be .refund. The lot feet frontage- and east. For iifu'lietila.rs etc., to the owner, NORTHERN CITY WANTS C, P. R. BRANCHES TO SEVERAL POINTS SOUTH i C'alKary, efforts to i induce the Canadian Pacific Hallway i lo construct a number of extensions which will, in effect, form, a railway bell, of the territory contiguous to Calgary, will bo made by Cnlgary church- on Monday' night next, band will likely, attend. The P.nard of Trade. Following i at the lime of bis arrest, but lie ap- pears to have recently drawn over SI7.00 for wages, and'il could not be "lore tllrin his pay: wng arce u-viunsioiis ami branch lines which i i his pay: the noarrt will sl'rivc to have the C i llnvc recently been P. R build- v'! working ,il .Spokane, alKi is.UI1acr. hnnch I'rnin stood. I hat prisoner has a wifo- nnH from a jioinl. at in- near Blackio, to a point on iho AlderB.vdc-l.clhbndse lino lo a point on the Snffinld-Kipp line, or near lo'wnship 12, range 15, of the -Kh meridian. An exten- sion of tho Suffleld-Kipp line in n northeasterly direction to a point, nt cr nenr the mouth of the rted Deor river, to connect with HH, Swift Cnf- rcnt-IJiissiliio liny. WELCOMED DR. CHOWN Vancouver, Oct. -Metho- dists of Vancouver, to the number of six hundred, lust night, attended a welcome to the Rev. Dr. Cliown, wild Ins lalion up his residence here, as Iho president of Ilyorson College. The latter will hc established in connec- tion with tho Columbia university. A Snap in Busi- ness Property Fifty feet, revenue bearing, o n. which there will be stoics m a few yeais Tills we sell for a lew days, nl .fiO.fiOO. JJCJ G-r> nr-nw MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. St.' POKER JOINT MOUNTED POLICE MADE A RAID AND LANDED THREE GAY FELLOWS (Special lo Ihe Herald) Bow Island Oct 30 Lorporil Coleridge, R N W M P cxicuted i ne it laid last night on a pokci omt here, (hough unfortunitelj the lancst small, there being onh three men m attendance al the time three u in, spent -he night in "durince in1 lailed before the magistrate this norning. The, trial implicated sever- I frequenters of the joint in ques- .ion, and it is likely that trouble will ic camping on HielrHraU for a short ime at least. Sentence Ou the trio .nested was deferred. Managing Mildred played; here last night Id a full house, under the aus- pices of the band. A dance given af- ter, the performance was well al- P tended, and thoroughly enjoyed bv those present. V Ai> anniversary supper and concert is being held in. the Presbyterian" ;