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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The .Xetiibridge Dally Herald, Thursday, September We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us F. Representing North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Go. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High Riverr Nanton, Vancouver Don't wait a day longer expect- ing lots will get cheaper. They won't. The following are good invest- ments: 4 resS'Seace lots in Block 128, ?350 each, 1-2 cash, 4 and-S mos.- 37 1-2'feet en-London., close to Bartlett, water and sewer, 1-2 8. months.. 3 lots-on-Redpath, Block 91, ?600 each, i-2 cash, .4 and 8 months. block T., Lot 3 and building, in Block 66, Terms. Hents for ?25 per month. ALBERT E. WES the '11016 to buy-'and get ready for the-next "year's .crop. We have many reasonable.. The easiest'of-term's. We want every actual farmer who has equipment and is. able. to. go 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. T." WHITNEY BLOCK. Snap! -Snap! Snap! D'O YOU-KNOW A SNAP ._ WHEN-YOU-SEE ONE? North 1-2 Sec. 25, Twp. Range. 14, per acre; rto suit." East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14, per acre; cash, balance to suit. Fine business corner, Lon- don and'Round'street, 75x66; cash, bal- ance to suit. Fine corner, suitable for four houses, 61x125, corner Macduff and Cuthill. Price cash, balance to to suit. Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Wiffiams 'Phone 1069. 534 Crabb St. REAL ESTATE FIRE .INSURANCE Money to loan on improved city property and farm lands. f R.V. GIBBONS Co. Ott Block LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, The powsley McMillan Land Co. Real Ground Floor Sherlock Blk. buys "new fully'modern' 7 roomed.house -on William street. Terms-Tery easy.' On-e of the best buys in the city. buys a- 7 roomed house on Coutts street -water, light, furnace, etc. cash" and bal." as ?2800 buys 7 room fully 'mo- dern house, St. on. lot and half, worth- thirty-five hundred. handles'two beautiful lots on Charles St., near Westminster, road; price- only Balance easy. per month rents a ful-. ly modern house on' Cutbill street per month rents a fully modern, S room house on Dufferin 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 with us and get quick results. SNAP! FOR QUICK -SALE 62 ft. 5 in. Agiiew St., -just opp. Westminster Road. ideal residential district- cash, bal. in 4 and S mos. F. WADDINGTON CO. Phone 426 REV. JASPER WILSON DEAD Toronto. Ont, Sept Jas- per Wilson, ex-president of the London Conference, who was stricken with 4 paralysis while preaching at tngton la-st Sunday, died today. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alia. NEW GOVT. HOUSE SITE HAS IN INteRESTlKG HISTORY Dates .Back to the'Early Days of Eoft Edmonton Is a Beautiful Location Edmonton, Sept. site for; In to life, a "site was offered on the new gubernatorial mansion.of Al- for the parliament buildings. however, was not Part of -this holding, known as has -been sab-divided and been bn: the' market for some time, and 'although "-there has -been no gre'-% effort-to-dispose of the lots, a.goou berta, which lias just been, purchased by-the provincial government in Glen- ora, from -Messrs. Carruthers arid owners of the subdivision, aside from the fact that "it is prob- ably the most beautiful residential site in the whole of the -west, has a "is rather interesting-, in view oi 'the fact that that history date's.-back a period 'of. thirty-five .years or more, to a time when Ed- .monton was merely Fort -Edmonton, a whitewashed group of buildings on the river bank, and the country round was a mass of brush that "was inhab- ited only by buffalo, Hudson, -Bay traders -and North west Mounted Police. ..Glenora. the sub-division in, which tlie .new government .house site is located, formerly .comprised, the great- er portion of. the estate of Malcolm Groat one of the oldest" living resi- dents of .Edmonton. -It that then an-employee of Bay Co., in Fort retired from "their ;and decided to .become a farmer. He located; immediately, west of'old-Fort Edmonton, near what Groat's 'ravine, eventually acquiring i some-.900 acres. i Some eight yea-rs ago, in the person of W. W.. Trethewavj later .famous 'as the owner of rich -'silver mines at Cobalt 'Edmonton -by 'of .the soil-in the.''Qistnetr visited "thfe4 city., He saw greal possibilities, for and succeeded-in inducing Mr. Groat to part with.- his 'j Later. Mr. ;p.ro- 1 perty, at a. .substantial advance to. R- P. Inglis, ,whb sub-divided. !wnich was offered to the public''under i the name of the Groat" -estate.' i Carruthers, Round Co..Shearing that Inglis: was desirous of di-s-. i posing of the portion 'of'.the property, urged on of -desira- ibility of acquiring what, appeared to i them to be a very valuable iThis eventually' was done. Mr. -Car-' i ruthers becoming owner of 645 acres of the estate." When the Alberta government many-have been' sold. -.Some time1 ago; when th-3 govern- ment of .AJb'erta the advisa- -bility, of .owning.a >esidenee.for the Lieutenant-Governor of the- province, negotiations commenced with M r. attorney tor Mr. Carruth- ers; for the of acquiring a v.The .'location''selected is' tha-f- immediately west of-GrdatV ravine, and behind the residence., of, Malcolm Groat. by'-the gov-1 eniment is -bounded on. the' east --by the the ravine, and on .the" north. avenue, which -will: be extended westward. mediately.- The government, purchases, the pro- Offers jkx working men .Tlie lots and will be placed OR sale in Coleman tv-iLm-tlie public are invited to participate in. the 'o-randest oppo.rtunitv 'for- iiivestmerit ever offered :in this district. Investnient profits, with the same suretv, as does an ;iaHrestmeht lii real, estate in right locality. fwrolLof the eye fof the shrewd buyer of "refc-I estate, tnrhed toward East Coleman: _ LOTS A TMoiiias Grahan, orrlier, TERMS perty from.. Mr. Cai-ruthers, the latter' agreeing to ...pay, the city on the completion of a'steel bridge'-to 'be t erected by '.the city at a point crossing'.Groat's--ravine at'the extension of avenue: T-he site probably one of 'the most picturesque in Canada. fact, it-has beenrstated.-'that'-'it sur- passed: by the heights at- government' is -to-'fb'e congratulated upon acquiring- -property., which -will not. only, to ".have beau- tiful grounds for the-residence of the Lieutenant-Go vern-ory "but will contri- bute largely to the beauty of the -cap- ital ciiy' of the premier- province. A large sum- of money has already been expended by Carruthers Round in making' -the property attractive" -and accessible to-the public, many of the driveways being- 'already 'cleared out and quite accessible for light -ve- hicles. The company have donated to "the city a large area of ground at various points in the' sub-division for park purposes, and--the entire sub- division is to be laid'out with a view towards the development of the site: Instructions have already fceen giver, to .Messrs. Driscoll and Knight to sub-divide the property. SPAIN, WILL NOT LET UP Will Resent Canadian Northern Opens Policy in Regard to' -Clericalism Madrid Sept. Romanes, j president of the Spanish Chamber-of is .quoted in an interview' to- j day as declaring that the, policy of Premier'Canalejas is daily gaining ad- herents 'among, the adversaries of the government; as the country is con- I vinced that he is working for the best !interests of the ration. The.count i'thinks that Spain win be emancipated jfrom "'Fanatical which he says. has for centuries weighed heavily jipon 'it At the. opening of couris, Canalejas, according to the president will announce an unmodi- fied continuation of his religious pro- gram. The "Head-lock Bim." prohibit- ing the creation of further religious establishments until the-.revision of the concordat, has been completed The Grand Trunk has served notice on the city 0? Guelph that they will Learn- take proceedings to expropriate Jub- j ilee Park in that city. IMPROVE SERVICE WITH "CANADA Bristol to Montreal Service (By Canadian Associated Press.) London, Sept. of rival companies to secure the Canadian con- tracts is attracting attention. Sev- eral shipbuilding firms have been es- timating for the ships for which ten- all be invited at Hay ward, Wis., Sept. at- tempt was made this, morning 'to .kill John F. Deitz at Cameron Dam. A bhbt was. fired at him from ambush while he was en route from cabin to barn about 5.30. o'clock. The bullet whistled 07 his head and buried: it self in a log store, house directly in line and some fifty feet beyon-d; Smokeless powder was used by the would-be slayer and Deitz and his two sons; Clarence and Leslie, were un- able to' definitely locate .his hi-dinr" place; Evidently the- assailant crept down along ambush to 'the road dur- ing the night and secreted' himself ir the' low brush and awaited the com- ing of daylight when he knew Deitz would -come within range of his rifle while'.' at work about --the stable. The Deita family is positive this at- tempt at murder was made by a son-of Herel, who- seeks revenge for the shooting of his father iasl Tuesday. LGIANKING Brussels. Sept Hubert. any moment. The C. X. R. next .week will open its weekly service between Bristol and a luncheon here in. "honor of Hon. Kenzie King. Canadian Minister of Labor, and Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux, Montreal. The steamer.. VoKurn withj Canadian Postmaster General. 'The in- accommodation for steerage pas- sengers would be put on the St. Law- rence route and be better cared for. The various steam- ship lines are also being urged to pay attention to the question of better communication with Newfoundland. The detachment of Queens-Own Ri- fles which went was vited guests were the officials in charge of-Canada's exhibit at the ex- position here. After luncheon Messrs. King and Lemieux were received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Belgian minister referred' in termr. of highest praise to the part Canada had taken in the exposition, ,and ex- pressed his pleasure at the improve- highly delighted with .the, reception J ment in commercial relations between and a -definite law on- the subject has given them by King' George. They 1 Canada and Belgium, been passed.- state i: was the crowning' surprise of During his stay in this city Mr. i their lives of the delightful surprises j King has brought to the attention of MOOSE JAW MAN WANTS SON BACK which they had met in the Mother Land. N. J.- Porter Takes -Unicue Action in Suoreme Court at Vancouver Real .estate will increase in value 10 per cent in 'the next 30 days. Buy now if you want the benefit of the raise in value. "We have for sale 8 room modern house, hot acd cold water in every bed room, centrally located, handles it, good terms. 3 lots on Ashmead street no-'th of London Road, easy terms. 2 five room cottages on Coutis siroot, near each, terms. W. K. JOHNSON LAND CO. Block, 323 Hound St. Vancouver, Sept. com- menced in" the supreme court representatives of the civil court who SAME MEN1 ON are present at conference, the work of khc Royal Commission on Industrial {Training and Eechnical Education ir BOARDS j Canada. He has also taken steps tc _____ facilitate work of the commission when Ottawa, Sept. in connection .with, of ways employees of the Canadian !other dylesates J.o _-the_ Internationa; Pacific Canadian Northern and the wiuefeee. Mr.'rvixis leeeived'wy- Albert of Belgium at the Royal BUY CABLE COMPANIES 6oyeriiineiits of Should Own World of London, -Sept; -a, conference of journalists, Robert" McMillan, .of Sidney, Australia, moved' .a resolution expressing the view that the. time, had arrived to-, jether in a Henniker" M. "P.; '.supporting in 'the hands ,of operators, of 'cable rings. They should be bought out at market- price b'y-the ''governments of" the world. The first step.-should.be to call a conference of ..postmaster, generals'of Europe, then another the United States. .The, resolution ol McMillan was. carried. DECLARATION OF-LABOR MEM- BER IN GREAT BRITAIN. Sheffield, Sept. the'' open- ing session of the Trades' -Union- Con-- member nothing gress, Ben Haslam, -Labor' for Hanley, -declared. that snort of the re-instatement >of the un- ions to the position _that they occu- pied prior to the Osborne decision could be accepted. workman, named, asked for an injunction .against his own un- ion last December. prohibiting it from contributing to the: funds refer- Fire; Insurance City and Farm loans The H, Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block.: red to, on the ground that it was con- trary to -the- constitution of the un- ion. The lower court upheld his -con- tention, and granted an injunction ag, ainst- the -union. "The- labor- zation. took- this -to tk and' also to the House .-of .butV iost in. each, ibody, -one- member of-Jthe1. legal body of the House of ing that, the .acts. referred to were not only against the constitution of, Osbome's own union, -ibut also against--. public policy, The injunction was extended" to er all trades unions. Ber-c Huffman, formerly managing editor of a big Oregon daily, has'rer. nouncccl journalism and taken, .irp-'a. farm in Alberta. shortly after his birth, the liitle fel- low went to his father's -brother, in custody he remained until his foster mother died last August. Im- mediately after .the funeral the boy passed to the custody of his aunt's married sister, and with her and her husband he has remained HH this date The father now is encleavcfring to secure his child from the latter .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barker, who claim that, "tides oi affection" pull so strong they will not give biro up. A decision in tho case will be handed by Mr. Justice Clement ou_ Thursday THE MINISTER'S APPRECIATION When Hon. Frank Oliver, minister Toronto as their representative. The and working- conditions are. basis of the request The Canad- i the interior, made his trip through ian Northern and Canadian Pacific iTj3e district north of Edmonton to the have named F. H. McGuigan and the. Arctic circle and'thence to-Yukon this Grand Trunk select him as Pacific is expected to i sumrn-er, one of the places of interest _________ _ the .railway "representa- j rtsHed was the mission Institutions tive. Three separate'boards, though i Fort Resolution and Providence. consisting of the same members, wll be named. Following is an extract from the visitors' book of Providence: j ___________ "A noted mission doing good work.! Your complexion as well as your liv-1 The faith and enterprise of its -found-; er is rendered miserable by a disorder- is. justified by the work of their i successors. A credit to Canada and j to Christianity. Frank Oliver, June j ed liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you can improve both. Sold by all druggists. f.liSth, For tie past five years -we have been busy preparing.a stock suitable for. prairje planting. "We np-w offer you RUSSIAN.; POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky, in any size and at right prices. .We have a-full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta tested and -wintered beautifully. ROSES are; harder to bring through- but we have finally selected several vari- eties that -will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and PJRPLE BER- BERRY (best of all) make splendid hedges ana are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion Is them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE aH items TO GROW that we re- commend the pfanting of. Let-us get in correspondence with you in regard tO'tfaese things.- Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. No trouble to i.-rice your wants. Send for price list cow while you think of it. MIRROR LAKE BRITISH S ;