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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lothbridge Pally Herald, Wednesday, Sept. 14, FOR, .SALE Two large street 6.bedrooms each, quarter acre ground each, with outbuildings. Cheap..and mi easy terms. Two five roomed cottages oia Coutts street, Block C.; one and a half lots to .eaclr cottage, each. Easy terms. G-ood live roomed Eaehel street. 35 foot lot, Easy terms. Pine eight roomed house and corner lot 34 1-2 foot frontage facing north on corner of London and Ashmead, Easy, terms. A splendid house FOR RENT Several large modern houses in the East End. We have tenants for a few small close in. Private funds to loan on city Representing: North Anierican Ufe Assurance Go. Jondbn Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix AssuranceCo. limited Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver Don't wait a day longer expect- ing lots will get cheaper. They won't. The following are good invest- ments: 4 residence lot's in Block 128, each, 1-2 cash, 4 and 8 mos. 37 1-2-feet on London, close to Bartlett, water and sewer, 1-2 cash, 4 and S months. 3 lots on Redpath, Block 91, each, 1-2 cash, 4 and -8 months. Acre lot 5 in block cash. Terms. Rents for Lot 3 and building, in 'Block 66, per'month. ALBERT E. IVES TALE OF DARING IN 1866 IS TOLMOfBBT TIME Account of Battle at Crazy IVdman Creek, Mont.. Related by S.SJPeters Jiist Before His Death at Story of Mght A tale, of daring, untold for half.a evident. we must get out of that come to.light in the.ae- count-of'the "battle at Crazy Wonjan the, time to. buy and get ready for the next year's We have', many reasonable. The easiesfof' We want every actual farmer who has equipment and is able to go7 ahead and work, the land to-look us up. We wait for the-land to' pay .for .itself. We buy Land for Cash With Us SECURITY CO. WH'TNEY BLOCK Snap! Snap! Snap! 'DO YOU KNOW.A SNAP .WHEN YOU SEE ONE? Sec, 2o, ,Twp. Range. S17..00 -per balance- to suit. Bast 1-2 Sec.. Twp. 9, '-Range 14, per acre; cash, balance.to suit. Fine'business corner; Lon- don and Round, street. 75x66; S3.000.00, .cash, bal- tnce to suit. -Pine suitable- -for four 61x125, corner Macduffi and Cutbill. Price cash, balance to, to suit.. Remember you are buying owner. W.J.Williams Phone 1069. 534. Crabb St, REAL ESTATE FJRE INSUHANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block TTL IV 1 Ine uowsley -Reai Estate, Insurance. Floor Sherlock ..Blkj. buys.new fully "modern, 7 roomed house- oh William Terms very.-i easy. One of the best buys- In the city. buys a 7 roomed house on Coutts -street wa-ter. light, furnace, etc.. cash and bal. as .rent. buys 7 room fully mo-, dern house, on Bartlett.St. on lot and." half, ..worth. thirty-five hundred. handles two beautiful lots on 'Charles St., near Westminster road; price only ?975. Balance easy. per month rents a "ful- ly modern 7 roomed house on Cutbill -street. per month rents, a fully modern. 8 room house on Dufferln street. per month' rents a mod- ern 6 roomed" house on Coutts street. Houses to. rent and.- for sale, in all parts of city. Kindly list your property and get quick results. Creek, in 1868, -which.the late Peters, of Omaha, sent to his'friend, Mrs. Frances C. Carrington of .Hyde Park, a few .weeks before his -Save .for the bare statement of facts :n the government reports, this is'the only existing-story of the fight of 24. [white men against 300 -Indians. 1 "Comrade" Peters, as he was known- by the'1 newspaper men, died two weeks ago, the last "survivor of 'the fight.- Mrs. as -s bride to Fort Phil Kearney, and who is one -of-the -very few white women who survived Che .Indian wars, is the wife of General Henry B. Carringtonj Peters the story for .her book: "Army Life -on the which has just been published. After; describing the march-to. Fort Reno, Peters, says: "Red Cloud was the leader, of the hos-tile Indians, and had given-out word that he would mas sacre every party of-white ULsqldiers that "dared- cross Crazy. He jan-d SIbux 'felt "that they driven to 'bay 'by-en: cro'achmeMs of the whites'" into thai country; and'with their hereditary-ene the "further Crows the rapid. encroachments, of the -white jjre-east' ana south haV [driven him "and his' b'arid of Sioux to" !desperation. '.'Lieutenant Wands .was' -determin- HEAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquitli Lindsey PHONE 1183 STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. DEGENERATE'S CRIME. Aristocratic Murderer Let Loose in Germany. Berlin, Sept. Prosper von Arenberg. probably tbe most no- torious of German Colonial tyrants, has been released' from the where he has -spent the last three years, and is -about to proceed to the Our given to-prepare for-.a ''Verj start on the of- :-Julj 20. 1S66, 'from. Fort fit consisted, all individ uals, including two women, one'the wife of Lieutenant Wands, other the wife., of an enlisted man. Five wagons, -two ambulances" anc four riding .horses, one a-handsome stallion belonging to Captain. Marr, completed the calvacade. March to Dry Creek. "The march to Dry Creek was, made without incident. To our; dismay and grievous disappointment 'the SDring. and" pool were -be almost dry, and the dead, scalped arid naked >body of a wliite man was found ying in the dry basin. 'The, .body was. filled with arrows and had suf- fered- and intentional in- dignities. "The fragment of a gray shirt still' hanging about the shoulders of the dead man indicated that in all pro- bability he was a soldier. He was evidently a courier from Fort Carring" ton, and had been waylaid and shot the night before while trying to scoop out the sand in the little basin for water. hole every one of'us would be massacred. It was thereupon-decid- ed that we-.should bunch th" MANAGERS of a Wealthy Tor- onto Lady Who Owned die Hotel Toronto, Sept. late Mrs. White's -bequest -of- the. Pal- ace Hotel property at King street and Strachan .avenue, to: William Morri-' son and -George B. her first j manager? and her Jast res- ect that we.should bunch the wagons two. in with' the two ambu- is interesting. in-more ways lances 7 the Bother three to .-fol- in this way, retreat to .a high knoll' south of us, half a mile between tie creeks. -party-, of Y Indians, seeing what we up -to undertook to cut. off our retreat._ -The advance guard than one: It .demonstrates .that- self-interest- is not the only thing that actuates the and .-draws, attention to'} the changes 'that .have .occurred in this, oty, in real estate expansion' and. general growth. their ground liko and 'fought' -Mrs' Whi.te and her husband came every .-foot of the.-wav-. Tha Toronto from .England in.1867, and t_ j occupied a little' cottage on Strachan avenue, at a time when you looked every, foot of, The Indians! were poor shooters, and wounded on-' ly one, man in. the charge, and then the-: cowards 'brok- and across the that stretoh- Captain-Marr, who1, 16-shooter.'-used the run- ning: Indians, stopped two of them'permanently.. "In the the rear-.guard was in check from the the 'wagons and- 'ambulances, -were safely-- brought- to the hill. A im'mediate- Wuite.was brickmaker. or three years 'later the Whites oought the north-east corner of King and Strachan, They which was about. S3QO more than ir, had cost the seller when a part of j the military reserve. Some of Their First Guests. There was a rough cast house on the property, and -there what is now ly made, nrales'.inside the ttie property, and-there what is now corral. Pajace Hotel ,canie Into being.. It ed bv thA -wnp-n-n.0 was fiallpd 2.' tavfirn and hnardins- ed by the 1 was called a tavern and boarding'. "From the- hill-'-itlcould; .be- in l.hose days' .and tiie ob' v .YLjjecuve point of immigrants, particu- that- the Indians were.' -receivlns stant For the past five have heen'busy preparing a line of stock suitable "for prairie'" planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and.s-tocky want and .-at rigbt ;jT We have a fall line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have .been .Alberta tested-and. wintered ROSES harder., to bring .through but finally selected several .ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA-and ____ BERRY (best of all) make splendid hedges perfectly hardy. We can ship you.a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is "given, them'from, the spring winds. We absolutely.GUARANTEE ail GROW that re- commend the planting of. 1 l Let us get with you in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS.THE TIME-TO; PLIANT when done right., We; instruct you. No trouble to .price- your >ants. Send for -price list now while you think of It. MIRROR LAKE Argentine, where he has -boueht a ranch. It will be remembered that Aren- about five'years .ago. was sen- tenced to death fc-r murdering a negro incredibly revolting sentence" was after- T. N. CHRISTIE CO, Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Insurance, Loans T. N. Chriatie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. NOMINATED FOR NOVA SCOTIA ASSEMBLY. Halifax, N. S., Sept. a con- vention of Liberal associations of Queen's County, Dr. J. of Liv- erpool, and 0. F.' Cooper, M. L. A., cf Caledonia, were unanimously chos- sn es.Uujuut65 for the local House Assembly. Mr. Cooper announced his retirement, and Dr. Charles R. XJaets, of Caledonia, was chosen in stead. servant in an manner. The wards 'commuted to one of twentv years', penal servitude. Arehberg's -powerful'friends aha latives, however, .induced the author- ities -to be merciful to this 'aristo- cratic They proved to the satisfaction of the Courts that he was afflicted with a "pathological tend- ency-to and" that his mind was affected by the heat of the trop- ics. So the prince was liberal from gaol and sent to a sanitorium -fo- raentally afflicted persons. Thi- near his estates. It was surmised at the time that of duration "We buried .the body near the road and proceeded on- toward Crazy Wo- man Creek, still 15 or 20. miles'away. of the dead -body at the pool had a very depressing effect on the entire command, and with' the as- cending sun the heat became intense: which was meagre fairly; of "went to vij ovu >ir_-and Mrs: White on coming to -just-'otit- .fay; John -Sghples, Lie-. ease" Inspector! others, will remember ;the White.' Hotel in that-relatively, remote past: .Mr. Morrison, came to Toronto about the same tirae as the Whites. of j.. J-i tnem. Rxfle du 4a- the scorching "famishing for wa- ter. "But the Indians nd the between us seemed as if there were Indians ev- erywhere. Between; the, corral and the ridge was a deep, narrow cleft in the earth that led down toward the creek. We did not know of the ex- istence of this until, a. shower of ar- rows flew from it toward -the corral, which succeeded in wounding three men. "Chaplain Wright -was one of the' men slightly wounded -by- the fusilade of.- arrows from the ravine, and he and. a. gallant young soldier named Fuller volunteered the rav- ine: Wright was armed with but an old fashioned 'pepper-box' seven shoot er pistol, but, undaunted, and furious- ly mad, he and Fuller, started for the ravine. A moment later we heard a strange volley of shots, and several sympathize ;o" idea, and the Scotch parents.. He was a cabinet- maker 'by .trade, buttlie .dreams of. his. youth had been to follow the seal j His father, like other fathers before and after, did not the "sailing I will _, ____., ___ _. _. son was apprenticed, to industry on land, instead of romance on the brinv- entera'd the service .__________ Mr. White was 1 tine and it was not so very long before Mr. Morrison manager, business, ..though he understands it thoroughly. It. -did .not -seem to be -Mrs. White's wish that he" should re- turn to. it, and in, all' probability "he will respect her. wish.. Mr. Morrison has sheen., a'landed pro prietor for some years. ,He is-still a-young- man, despite his -64" years, but his share in t-he hotel proceeds. until it is-disposed: of. will occupy his time and attention, combined -with his'own independent'Interests. Mrs. White was.'a member of St. Anglican Church. She left Tampa. Fla., Sept cigar workers -on a strike for nizo weeks and disord3rs the clear', Havana cigar industry of this city is'paralyzed and further Irom set- it -has been any time since the. strike commenced The workers'demand; that they be recog- nized- as union; became virtually Mrs. White the had her own particular part of the hotel in 1883. He had Mr. Morrison married Mrs. inidians were observed climbing1 out popularity. of the ravine and msicing hot haste! for the ridge to the- west." White" died stayed on. White's--ad opted daughter, and as "the years passed the AVhite hotel grew cure. a three he has been liberated! This case, coming so close upon the heels of the Eulenberg affair, the S lenstein murder, and the case- a general's love affair, gives occasion to a very pertinent Question in the press regarding justice in Germany. AMERICAN CITIZENS ARRESTED IN RUSSIA St. Petersburg, Sept.. quest of the Berlin police an Am- erican citizen by the name of Mar- golin and a woman companion were arrested here today, charged .with having conducted swindling opera- tions involving at best, had now jriven out: complete- ly and the animals began showing signs of severe suffering. "This dry creek was a veritably sand pit. and it was extremely heavv pulling through ir. The'entire de- tachment was in this dry bed urgir-c the teams through the whe> to our complete astonishment' a vol-. ley of arrows and rifle shots were accompanied by a chorus of savase yells, and the timber and the brush about us was fairly alive with In- dians. "Fortunately no one was killed by the first onslaught. By almost su- perhuman exertions the wagons ambulances were brought up out of the dry and hurriedly cor- ralled on the iittlo rise between thj creeks. Hot Fire From Indians. "Tbe corral was tinder hot fire by the Indians, and really before it had to be been completed. Lieutenant Daniels' horse came tearing into the corral, with tbe saddle turned under him and a couple of arrows in his neck and the primate of all Ireland, officiated at mass in St. Aune'-s church this morning after which he. delivered a short address -dealing with the con- gress. A large crowd gathered In the church before the hour set for the commencement of the service. two more in his The horse of course, riderless. "A second later. Lieutenant Tem- pleton appeared riding up out of the dry bed. his horse wounded and ai; arrow in his own back. Templeton was bleeding from a wound in tlia face, and his whole visage was one of supreme terror, and as soon as he reached the corral he reeled and partly fell from the saddle. He mere ly uttered, 'Daniels! My God, Indians! They wasn't stood off the devils as well as wo could, but it was very CHILDREN CHEERED THE QUEEN'S OWN BOYS London. Sept. by the band of the Irish Guards the Q.O.R. marched from the Elm. street station Across London through throngs of applauding and admiring people to he Duke of York's School, Chelsea, where they remain during'their stayl At several schools along the route the children were grouped, cheering and waving flags. MANY ATTENDED MASS and this is -but one reminder of the many benefac- tions lavished by her during a long share of the estate will be and Mr. Stroud's CIGAftMAKERS DOWN !N FLORIDA CHURCH OF ENGLAND WOMEN'S AUXILIARY St John, N. B., Sept. gen- eral board or the" Women's Ausiliarji of .the. Church, of England is in ses- sion Mrs. Patterson HalLr'of .presides. Provision was made f or. catechist at7 Vic- toria, 'B..'-CC-and-two" missionaries at Honan, -China. Mr. Stroud Takes Hold. Mr. Stroud appeared on the scene twenty-seven years ago. Though a lad of seventeen, he was already a tradesman, a stone mason and 'brick- layer. In 1SS9 Mrs. White built the present Palace Hotel, or, be- gan its erection. It was not finished until May of next year. Both Mrs, White and Stroud went to "England about that time to re-ivisit old scenes and on their return Mrs. White took possession of the handsome hotel. NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOEFOjVG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington Hotel now willed to Messrs. Morrison and Stroud. and occupied under a fifteen year lease by Mr. Samuel Leonard. Mr. Morrison retired as manager'. jcwo or three years ago, and Mr.' Stroud succeeded him. Montreal. Sept. Logue, i In-March of this year, Mrs. White! sustained such a serious. fall in her room-that 'she fractured her ribs and WELL WORTH YOUR ADMIRATION Is the display we offer for your inspection and selection. You will not find a single ar- ticle in the entire store which does not bear the hall mark of quality. If. you make a gift of jewelry bought here you will never have canse to be ashamed of We in- vite you to nay us a. even if you are not thinking of buying at this time. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St. received such injuries that she nev er fully recovered. She was 77 years old and decided to lease her hotel. "This is no business for she said to Mr. Stroud, who was as a son j to her, her own sons having died. Mrs. White moved into 89 Strachan avenue, one of her houses. This house also goes to Mr. Stroud under jthe will, with furniture'and all its ef- j f ects. j Mr. Stroud is now years old. Mr. is 64. Mr.'Morrison owns 195 Strachan avenue, and 97 -belongs j it-o his daughter, Mrs. BIa.bsr. Mr I ivur line HOtlSeS j on King street and property on Mar- jgueretta street. The Strachan av- ienue and King street houses stand on original land bought fov the j Whites forty years ago. j No one save those closely assoc- jiated with her know what Mrs. "Whita I did for those less prosperous than herself. Many a basket from the bountiful Palace Hotel table found its way to that otherwise jhave groaned not under the square jmeal but for the lack of it. In the Christmas season tangible currency accompanied the baskets. The public charities not forgotten, i either. Last Christmas a five-dollar bill went to each institution of a long list. Their iruture. Mr. Stroud has not made up his j mind as to his future, but it is not. likely that he will re-enter the hotel Lner Lare The best meal for the working man at the least possible cost Good rooms and quick service J. W. Coulter Prop. WHAT A VARIETY of good things to eat are had" from this bakery. BREAD OF THE BEST cakes and pies that rival the beit that any mother ever made. If you tried this bakery once, we do not think you would "bother with home baking again: Why saould you get af least as good here without bother or as much Ford St Beside Fiie Hall Phcne 11S1 TRY IT THEEXCFFSIOR fAFF vril ju OPPOSITE THE EUREKA Is prepared to serve the tastiest meals to their the most moderate trial will convince you. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. ALL WHITE HELP. WE AfM TO PLEASE. ;