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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbriflye Daily Herald. Monday, Sept. Page 3 TOR SALE Two large street 6 bedrooms quarter acre witli.outbuildings. Cheap and terms. Two fiVe roomed cottages on Coutts and a half lots to each. Easy terms. Good five roomed cottage on Eachel street, 35 foot lot, Easy terms. i- Fine eight roomed house arid corner lot, 34 1-2 foot frontage facing north on comer of London and Ashmead, Easy terms. A splendid house. FOR-i .RENT "Several large modern houses in the East End. We have tenants for a few small houses, close in. Private funds to loan on city Representing: North American lifeAssurance Accident Go. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London 0ffiices at Calgaryf Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver For tie "past f Ire .years we Hare, been :busy preparing for -prairie planting. We now RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you at right prices-. We full lihe.of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta tested and> wintered are harder" to .bring through- but rwe have, finally selected seyeral vari- eties that'Trill'thrive. :-.v PIRPLE-BER- BERRY (faiest.of ail) make splendid hedges and'are perfectly hardy.? V'Wcan ship yoii a line of-PERFECTLY HARDY FRO IT TREES SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little. protec: tion Is given them, from the We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we; eommend the planting of. V. Let in correspondence with you in" regard to these things. bCTOBER. !S THE TIME; TO PLANT wheiL. done right-' [We.instruct you. No trouble to pries ryour wants. price" list .now you it i; MIRROR LAKE BRITISH; COLUMBIA CANNOT COME WITH FILMS OF FROZEN NIMH TTiirrv Whitnpv Wenlock, jaarry vviiiiney jteLuiua K_ c Q c. G. c. i. E., vice- chamberlain'1'to "the Queen, and form- .With Game Specimens -erly of, the household of the Prlnce'and Wales, and ex- IVTnfinn J -of ana motion Madra4 a tour through NcV Haven, Conn., Sept. the capacity of chairmai. Whitney local sportsman, -who, 'with; of -the Insurance Company. _ _T _ "t.j'r.-t by the resident, or "it will, be looked after by the village "at the ex- pense of the people where it is found, or charge it to the property. expect, we" would- be able to- get into {paper report side, of the the .nruslc 'ox: country, until early.'-; Un' j Atlantic did -.not. believe had .September on "account of the" -but. .the 7 slightest.. to our, ;game.; arose "piit .iiact :that, as Dearly 'in August1." soon" as. 'we' h'a'd.' was well known: was de'epiy our live game aboard we started -right disappointed; -o wlngyito the" unespect- back, and came "down in ed ,j'eath of his at being ;.un- ,We brought back with- -us 'two able' to- go to .South-.Africa to partici- livc specimens of about pate in t the inaugaration of. the new: thirty specimens of dead '.musk, ox? Federal. Parliament-.there., Not i: are- in' .addition to -the fact that ely' precedent would -by the reigning sovereign us and at'this latitude JC; making a; tour "of; the' Dominion, the planted Haven -Yacht-club'-iflag'. inconyenience the risk attendant which T..took with at the a'prolonged absence of the King two' .live and perhaps' fifty polar -and doe-. 'live b'lue fox a.nfl a number of. skin's; ''The uorthernmosT- point reached; by of, my -club. -We- found- good th seat of-Empire, such as a ered an. extraor'dinafj' amount in view of the rank-of her prospective hus- band -and, tha wealth of 'her father, Senator. Stephen B. Elkiks, of West Virginia. She Will Become a Catholic. It is also announced that before" the wedding Miss.Mkins will em-brace the faith, and that preparations already have been" com- pleted- for her instruction in that re- ligion. Her preceptors will be Mgr. royal chaplain of the house of Savoy, and Mgr. JBisleti, who. if, well known, in Europe as a close friend and personal minister of Pope- Pius. -.JMiss Elkins, according to those who announce so positively that the wed- ding, has been finally agreed to by the Italian .royal family, will be cre- ated Countess ,of "itTamo, in" honor of one of-the'largest' tcwns in the Abruzzi either, shortly before b'F shortly after -official .announce- ment of the 'betrothal is .made. The Duke of the Abruzzi is expect- ed to. meet Miss'Elkins and herjnoth- >brofer in Paris hunting all along the way updone ilay-- visit to Australia would 'entail. So to -make .arrangements tor -the getting eleven Jtf'far as Canada was concerned it Presentation o, the came :bear alive "it was impossible 'to here without amaly -o" -EUons Italian royal house- Mway Go. A f 1 Are bttehng for sale the cheapest lots on tMe eac mJrtli of tKe irack The Alberta Ry. arid Irrigation Co. and'Ehg lisn. After tiiat .the duke, it is" said, arranged his -affairs so' that nothing might interfere -with the wooing which he immediately undertook. A BIG S. S. CONVENTION: One of convention, events ever neld in "this, westernlcbuii- try''i's now being arrang'-ed. In connec- LUt; UJLLUC1 tUUlX. JUV TV U4.1 '_A1 I UCU" A year later, in" It was "with the annual Convention of other maitc-r. The ..trick to-get" going to Australia and South Africa, a .rope around ihe neck and- forep'aws: '-as such a trip to one great self-gov- of-a bear and pull him up, where erning nation" it: did not ac- could handle Rainey. tually give offence to the others, be were .successful; in disappointing hold. :ing two good specimens, but-1'- hard luck, missing the paws of ,my. bear, and instead of getting I broke his neck. Bears Into Cage's "The live bears we hoisted-by" tackle into the hold of the -ship.i Then we'kept them a day. or two without- food When we' put -the .cag- es into the "hold we put food and water .-into the cages and our bears Wenlock added that the King .and -Queen regarded the most .-profound interest the', developments in progress here, and-in other parts of the-Empire, and were'always eager to -know what was going on. NANTON. (From The News.) Peter McElroy has'been appointed finally got so hungry and thirsty inspector. People who have they-walked into the cages" and all' estrays around their places should re- wc-'had to do Avas to shut the port to him, as the first preliminary and hoist them on deck. They necessary to locating the owner or to xv ]egal of Aa estray cannot be legally- "sold until it ____ it; i has been inspected by the-'brand in- and fine pictures were secured pi dif-' sp'ector, who reports to the depart- the .trip down in fine shape..- "We had on board a movin apparatus and a man to handle Duchess Last to Yield. It is said that the final objections of -the Italian royal family to the wed- ding were overcome only .last; Friday.' wben the duke met his eldest brother the Duke of Aosta, at Venice. TJB Uucbess of Aosta, wife of Abruzzi's had constituted, with the queen the chief opposition ta the match. It was announced a short time ago, when it that the duke would wed Miss Elkins no mat- ter what his 'Sister-in-law thought, that the latter had planned a second trip to Africa in order to avoid being present at the weduing. The 'queen mother long ago yielded to the pleadings of King .Victor and withdrew her opposition xo the match which from, the first had been" sanc- nounced, .to the world "that the -duke had proposed and that" "Miss -EUdns! had-accepted him.- There; "was a storm of denials from the royal house of Italy, 'but Miss Elkins maintained "a dignified silence, and the duke could not discuss the case. Eventually tioned by king and. queen. There ferent hunts. There are pictures cov- ering all the vario.us a. bear hunt, for example, from the time of starting off until we.had the bear in hand. This also is trut- of the walrus and musk ox hunts. were able to get some excellent pic- tures of Eskimo life, and as Jar as J know these, are the first moving" pic- j these arctic tures ever obtained scenes MOVING PICTURE FINE' A brand inspector also ex- amines all stock shipped out of the country. Mrs. Lommatzsch and her young daughter, Alma, returned last week irom Acme, where they bad beer, summoned by the dangerous illness the'Duchess of Aosta was the sole opponent of the duke's suit, and society accepted the fact, that the young persons! were .fin- ally the strenuous opposition match by the.queen mother-and-the Duchess of Aosta-sent, the duke trav- elling into the wild places, of 'the world, and then it appeared that, the wedding would not take place. Ever However, rumor has been busily engaged ..with the affair. One month it. would be reported that the engagement was revived. -An.; other that it was Finally, several months Elkins and her mother went abroad for ..an extended stay. Then the ru- mors sprang up again everywhere, and this time there appears to have some basis for their circulation. Mir. Frost's barn in Stamford township, Ont., was struck by light- when her. husband informed .his and totally destroyed with its ther last. Friday that -she had relent- contents. ed arid'would not absent herself from the wedding, all that remained set the date' for' the ceremony. William' Jenkins, of Essex, a farm- er 70 years" old. was struck by train and .killed: He If If these reports all prove true, and j "watchins an castbband train and was the duke and. Miss Elkins Proprietor Paid For Violent Scene Showinej of Mr. Lommatzsch. who is now able are married next' February, the wed- to be out and attend to" business again. His illness came upon him suddenly, and it was feared he would not live" through the night, but after crisS was passed, his recovery J was rapid. Both by-laws to issue -debentures were carried at the election last Fri- Rainy weather put a damper on -the Brockvjllc Fair this year, and the di- rectors may have to. face1 a deficit. Walter Quick was found dead in his room at the Royal Hotel, Woodstock. He was sitting bolt upright on the edge of the bed with an unlightcd ci- gar in his hand. -He was- to have been married iu a day or two. Toronto. Sept. movina picture .show Morris Spiegal, 324 Yonge street, was fine's and costs in the police court yesterday for depicting scenes of violence at bis theatre. The film-in question, was called "A Political Dispute." Accord- ing, to plain clothes-man Carlyle. one of the political gentlemen strangled his opponent, packed the body in a trunk, and hid -it in. a strawstack here Wcte stjOuc wQe'iiundfeff chil- dren in the house looking at added. Electric Restorer fop Men A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL restores every nerve in the body to its proper tension; restores vim arid amature decay and all sex- tality. ual weal lesses averted at once. PHOSPHONOL will make you a new man. Price a box, .or two for Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. 'For sale at all drug stores. struck by one goin the tion in Calgary, there :will be a whole week, of meetings'there. The.Methodist.Young People's Ral- ly, the; Presbyterian Young People s Societies, and the Baptist Peo pie's Union will.hold simultaneously thbir respective churches, onening- on Monday even- ing, O'otober 31.; Strong programs are being arranged. The Provincial SUmday School' Con- vention, 1st to "the 4th, will be a great Prot'L. L. Henry, of "Chi- cago, who is so well known in Al berta since the Mid Summer have charge of a large: adult'.choir; Some of the speakers now..secured, are r Mrs. Mary .Foster Bryner, Chicago, "The Rev. I. .W. Williamson, Secretary-for British Columbia; Rev. J. A. Doyle; a strong delegation provided by Jthe. Canadian Council of the Missionary Movement and a-.nost of othcis. Special railroad rates on all rail- roads an-d special entertainment -in Calgary is being arranged. .A large delegation is expected. Write .H.-L." Kenny, Calgary, for full Camille Poirier, a the" Brockville asylum, made his escape; Dr. Wm. I-i. Drake, a prominent physician and Conservative of-South' Essex, Ont., is dead. ding- will be the fruition of one of ths i most interesting and most perplex- i ing international romances in the his- tory of America and-Europe.. i Duke Renowned as Athlete. The, Duke of the Abruzzi is an ex-! tremely wealthy man in his own He is renowned as a mountain dim- i day. The by-law to to ber> ag an arctic explorer; and as an finish paying for the electric lifht man- and athlete.' He has climbed some of the highest! peaks in the Himalaya mountains, j has headed an expedition to tho j the heart! for a time i the honor of having been further- north than anyone had been before) him.. He met Miss Elkins in May, 1907, at a dance given, by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Brookline. Mass. plant was carried by a vote of 29 for, 4 against. The by-law to borrow to pay for the municipal and to provide more fire protec- i Mountains Of the Moon, in received 32 votes for, and 2 ag- Qf Africaf has held f ainst There were 34 votes cast, but 'some ratepayers did not vote on the electric light by-law. The rains this week are delaying threshing, but the general opinion is that more good than harm has result- ed, unless the rains should continue j This dance was given ln Washington until the grain begins to sprout in in honor of the duke 'and the the stocks. There is no grain going to waste in this country this year. BRIDE IS ELEVEN YEARS OLD. Pine, La., Sept. Harding, of Bogalusa, La., is one of the young- est on record. She is eleven years old, it is stated, and' was mar- ried yesterday to William Breland. aged ROOSEVELT TO ADVISE. CHINA? New 'York, Sept. rumor that.Colonel Roosevelt would becomg the adviser of the regent of China at a large salary was prevalent out there a month ago, according to Dr. William Giel, who returned from China today. Dr. Giel for a year has been studying the political situation, in China. ter of the West Virginia senator was one of the guests: Rumor Busy Over the Affair. Those who do not believe- in "love at first must admit tbat the meeting of these two'young persons was the.exception that is said to ex- ist to every rule. The duke found Miss Elkins all that he ever had hop- ed, any woman could be. She was an enthusiastic horsewoman, devoted to all forms of outdoor but es- pecially proficient at riding to hounds and as a whip. In acTSItion he found her an accomplished linguist and a keen student of the affairs of the world, t Begins Wooing Immediately. At the first dance the two danced together, several times, and conversed; In the MORNING A glass of ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer will you after the night's -sleep, invigorate you and fit you for the day's work. At NOON A' glass of ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer with the din- ner or lunch "tops it off just right and helps the stomach to digest the solid foods. NIGHT A bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer will be ap- preciated, especially if body or brain is fatigued. It is nourishing and strengthening and soothes the nerves. can serve you. The Lethkidge Brewing Malting Co., Lti Phone No. 554. ;