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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page JS 3s W houses, JVIcFaib street 6 bedrooms each; quarter acre "itbuilclmgs. Cheap and on easy terms. cottage, each. Easy terms' ne an a.a lots to Good five roomed cottage on 35 foot lot, Easy terms. tfiue eight roomed house and corner lot, 34 1-2 .foot'frontage facing north on corner: of London and Ashmead, Easy terms. 'A splendid house FOB. RENT Several large modern houses in the East End. We have tenants for a few small houses, close in. Private funds to loan on citv property., Representing: North F. C. LOWES COMPANY Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accent Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Lethbridge, High Wanton, Vancouver Don't wait a day longer expect- ing lots will get cheaper. They won't. The following are good invest- ments: 4 in Block 128, 1-2 cash; 4 and 8i'moa'." 37 1-2 feet on London, close to Bartiett, water and.sower, cash, 4.and S. months. 3 lotion .Redpath, Block each, 1-2 caiih, 4 and 8-months. block cash. Bot I and.building, in Block 66, Terms. Rents for ALBERT E.IVES Now is the time to buy and get, ready for the next year's -crop. We hare many pieces-Price, reasonable. The'easieet of J ant every actual farmer who has equipment ;and; is able to go- FAK-M SECURITY CO. BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Snap! Snap! DO YOU'KNOW A SNAP WHEN YOU SCE ONE? North 1-2 9ec. 25. Twp. Range per acre; cash; balance to suit East 1-2 U, Twp. Range 14, per acre; cash, balance to suit. Fine business corner. Lon- don and Round street, 75x66; cash, bal- ince to salt. Fine corner, suitable for four houses, 61x125, corner MacduS and Cutbill. Price cash, balance to to suit. Bemember you are direct from the owner. W. J. Williams Phone 1669, 534 Crabb St.- REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. 1 Ott Block fire insurance ieii Estate City and farm loans The Sherlock Block. T. N. CHRISTIE ubilcj v-Diamond; City; Alta.-S FEEDERS AND STOCK CATTLE ARE SCARCE. Abundant Yield' of.. Fodder ''Gives Op- BAY CO, TO ENTER TORONTO Report Revived That They Wai Establish a Big Store There Toronto, Sept report, puV lished -in the" Star a short that the Hudson's -Bay Conrpahy, act- co-operation .with the Canadian Northern; is the real po wen-.that is moving towards, the acquisition :of the immense Church is revived- to-day'with 'convincing force. As Mr. kenzis has not yet returned from-'nis .'business trip-to. the coast, the report cannot -be .verified. It genuine ring, .and developments would, seem to verify authenticity. BIGAMFCHARGEAT ENGLISH PRIEST SWIFT CURRENT Against a Moose Man by His Wife Moose jaw, Sept. the com- -a" :pr6rninont'. here, was., arrested list by'th" Mounted' i t a ken: to ON RACIAL SUICIDE }2en Rev. Father Vaughn Refers to Divorce aud Drop in'BirthRate Montreal; Sept. Father, i "the celebrated English priest 'the following to, sayL; on'race .'.suicide: "If-' racial-'suicide is not' sooner '.or. later checked among the non-Catholics.- Miss ItiLWi O-JLAAWjao ;neve, to charged itieir numbers, 'must necessarily de- bigamy. j crease-till at: length the death-rate be'r is m to jus the birth" rate: last sunmie- .with there appreciable-shrinkage Alice ,-Jackman, for some Jin the non-Catholic: population. -II "Here is the 'story, as day: it stands to- When the T. Eaton Company locat-, ed in Winnipeg, it cut into a retail patronage -which tfae Hudson's. Bay Company's stores had .'..regarded, '.for years as their own particular posses? sion. Consequently the directorate of the latter" company cast .about for some, new' field of. operations ..where they might recoup for the diminished sales. j What :mdre natural than' tha1. they should decide .upon. Toronto as affording at once a splendid prospect of "business, "and at the same time an portunity to Relieve, Stock- ,fng Industry in the Rais- previous t j n 41 -Toronto, Sept. of. tha heavy yields of fodder, in Ontario, this year, farmers and stockmen are ;Verv urgent in their demands for feeders- and "stockefs. In pr years these men iave had no getting all they, wanted. The ifh v to an exception, for on the local cattl-- markets at the .present 'time' it I-- impossible for -dealers 'to. obtain ar adequate supply of feeders. The Western provinces helping'' 'to supply the demand in the but from the ranchers there also'-comr that cattle are scarce and- wi'- be very expensive during the far and winter. For the greater'part of tne past sum- mer prices for good cattle at, Winni- peg have 'been so high'that not pay to ship them ;to eastern markets If Canada finds herself "short" of live stock, and "long" of grain-and fod- der this year, the-Eastern-provinces may seize the opportunity to retrieve an industry -which, while it "has yield- ed handsomely to the farmer" in the past two years, has fallen into a deplorable state of uncertainty. opportunity .to "get 'back" at. the T Baton''.Company? Succeeding .events served lacil ;ate "the method fry which .tbis'-polic might -be'put into effect _.'.-.. At the last annual'.meeting.of th directors, of the. Co'ni :JVIr.- William .Mackenzie', pre'si dent of- the'C. Mr..Cohen proprietor of the' largest departments, store in London, England, w-ere '.elect of the- -board., The remainder of the'reported 'ar rangement follows .naturally: The.Hudson's Bay having acquired the -big square of valuable: property in the centre of the" city 'o; will erect a mammoth de partmental store under the, Mr. Cohen. More than this, the build- ing will include-the 'station There is 'also an added story that in __ will be located a res- taurant to he conducted London business man, now carrying on one of the most successful hotels in the metropolis. -While the story has not yet been verified -by the parties most directly concerned, it sounds as reasonable as some of the others that have whispered about. ._, time, was; employed at'the general hos during, a single generation the birth ?ital here.; It sis alleged 'now that 'rate in Motherland has dropped when he Twent through-the marriage .from 36 and ST-'doini to 25 and 24 per- 'with ..Miss .Jackman, there seems to-me I was not was'living Hai'en, Conn., an-ionly. in- making 'my-- state- other -lady ..who had even more right [nient, but'as a-son" of .my country and to-., call- -herself} ,Mrs. 'Lawrence thanjas a Christian r was bound not had-, the. former 'Miss Jackman. Mrs.! only to make it. but to Ting'out af: Lawrence, who'may be" called senior j loudly as I could'.my warning -about ,virtue-of .her. longer, acquaintance: the disastrous consequences .which with in, -had someicannot but result from the gross prac- correspondence .the .'Swift Cur- rent; police -regarding ,her" alleged hus- tice. "I- cannot conceive "of a: more short- band's actions, which resulted .in the sighted folly or of a worse-policy than arrest, of. that of a man', and woman calling -.TAX -I vi. m.Gui.i. CLJJ.U. ,was- remanded- for --eight-- davs themselves husband and wife, doubling to-. allow of the appearance as a their fists and shaking them; in the tile: witness of the lady supposed be -Mrs. Lawrence, senior. Divine Majesty of .God Al shrieking out at him the uo 4vj.u. jja, wienie, senior.-' Airs.-xiaw-'j ui. was an Moose-. Jaw last !-def iance' Thou "Increase and week and witnessed 'the-arrest of-'her despise thy ili -husband-. -1 law, but defy it." ''believed that'Lsiwrence claims cal1 suicide constructive treason against God.. To mar been REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asqiiith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRJDGE, ALTA. THAW-'S- NEPHEW WILL BE GOOD MOTHER ASSURES HIS romiss Precedes Announcement Engagement of High Roller. Vitts-burs, Pa., SepL an- tiouncement William Thaw, jr.. nephew of Harry. K. Thaw, las become engaged" to Miss Gladys Bradley, of Bridgeport, Conn., sister of Mrs. Anthony J: Drexel Biddle, out a story from Pitts.burg to'the effect that Mrs. William mother of the. young man, has -been compelled to "guarantee the conduct" of her son for a, certain time after her marriage at least. It has not 'been long since Mrs. Thaw put a temporary stop to the de- bauches of her son by'going into Jl i court at Pittshurg and asking- that 'ha j be declared an habitual drunkard. ianu as sueii not fit personally to man j age his estate. Young Thaw's es- jcapades had -become of international (notoriety, -but this move frightened 'him so he promised to reform and .Mrs. Thaw relented. Only once since has young Thaw i got into the public eye. TMs was recently when on a wager he drank seventy brandy and sodas at a club and almost died later at a hospital. Two detectives or guards who have been with Thaw for years have been TONG WAR CONTINUES IN SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco, Sept. Hop Sing Tong and the Suey- Sfag Tong resulted in the shooting of two more Chinese last night One of the vic- tims, Lee Jim; .may die from a in Ms neck. The other, was 1JJ. liri JL AJLtS struck in the wrist and leg. The men while the wolves waited below. will require some Meantime is wSS in Swirt tria7 which which i and etc. For tte past .we have a line you RUSSIAN. and stocky, in1 kny sizeyeu and alright SHflUtS that have .been ..Alberta beautifully. RO8E3 harder to bring thfough ,but .we: iaVe eties that" ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANlA and PIRPLE BERRY (best and are PERFkcTLY HARDV'WIUIT TRBCS AND SMALL FRUITS that aiiywhere that a little tion is git en them; from.'.tie" spring we GUARANTEE; kir :ittmi TO GROW commend, .the. planting "of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard, to Remember THE TJME TO-PLANT-jrhea dona vj No trouble to price your wants.: for' price-list you think of if MIRROR BRITISH COLUMBIA NEW ISSUE OF LAW STAMPS JUST OUT ir the other has the better right to claim, the- person of Lawrence. TIED SELF IN A TREE TO SLEEP AT NIGHT Prospector in Alaska Tells of Jour- ney With Wolves at His Keels. .righteous-minded, right-th'inking> _ j human being ought also to thank God junior, -.anyhow one institution the. .'upon earth, and "it is seemingly the whetner one, is so tter ns-ht tn clearj definite; and resolute about the sacred and., indissoluble '-character of the and about its re- sponsibilities and duties wi'th regard to children .that, it will not for a, mo- ___ Reward, Alaska, Sept Alonzo Wells, a prospector ,who was pursued ment tolerate even the thought of di vorce, for less .than a moment even investigate any artificial methods of checking God's will touching the fruits, of the ..sublime, the sacred, and sacramental wedded state. it -requires 'no .prophet" nor They Are of Very. Fine Workmanship and Are Improvement Over Others sue .e nor 'or 14 days by a pack of gray wolves j son of a prophet, nor even a single the Susitna river country, north 0flSlance of the prophetic vision to fore- Jook inlet, tells a horrible story of the fate that overtook "a brother min- Trna''; in course of a .few gener- must be the respective popula er who was run down by the beasts tions of Catholics and non-Catholics on T.hen the former repudiates altogether xiujx B- G- T- p- HOTEL B c Sept 10. The _______ of a by the'Grand Trunk Pa- and well populated, country, nearly allijr -Company on the site the farmers have at least half a sec- i tfeeir big new hotel, to -be built tion of land, hail'or frost are quite! ,rernment street opposite the unknown, water can be got close to the -buildings, has 'been taken u" surface, and the land1'has a more, block added "in o-der slope which allows of perfect drain- jto round out the site. The nrice to age. j be paid- for the whole will be i for which the company win get con- With a bullet wound in his head and slderably over two acres of land fac- f a 22-calibre rifle lying a few teet: street and rxjnaing i THE _CANADIAN BANK OF COM_MERCE S3R EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, PRESJDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER rjnang away, the dead body'of a young tlle way from Bellevjiie street to ncnitc named Isaac Hieb'ert, was' street. found in the village of Achoenweise, j Man The authorities arc doubtful' A severe electric swrm swcnt over' whether it is a case or murder or .'South Essex, doing much damage to 3Ulclfle< farm buildings as well as fruit trees. PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE FUMB, HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO LONDON, 2 losbard Street, EC NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50 In addition to the offices named above the Bank has branches' in every Province of Canada (including aii Ihe most important cities) and in the prindpal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States. 211 it is equipped for the handling of collections and other banking business in the territory covered by these branches. Lethbridge Branch C K. Nourse, Mgr ;