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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jhe Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, September We have several bdna-fide purchasers for houses F. If you want to sell your house, list it with us North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited oif London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Don't wait a day longer expect- ing lots will get cheapen They won't The following are good Divest- ments: residence Iocs in Block 128, each, 1-2 casls, 4r and 8 mos. Zl 1-2 feet on London, close to Bartlett, water anrfi sewer 31 000 1-2 cash, 4 and 8 months., 2 lots on Hedpath, Block 91, f 600 each, 1-2 14 and 8 months. Acre lot 5 in bloci T., cash. Lot 3 and building-, in Block 66, Terms Rents for per month. ALBERT E. IV ES 2vow is the time .to buy and get ready for tl ie nert. year's crotx We have many reasonable. Th-A easiest of We want every actual farmer who has egjupin ent and is able to go I0 us 'up- We fw the land to pay for itself. We.buy Land for Cash List With FABM SECURITY CO. WHIT WEY _____ UETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Snap! Snap! Snap! DO YOU KNOW A SNAP WHEN YOU SEE'.ONE? North. 1-2 Sec. 25, Twp. 4, ._Hange 14, ?17.00 per acre; siiit. 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- tnce to suit. Fine corner, suitable for four houses, 61x125, corner Macduff and Cutbill. Price cash, balance to to suit. Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W.J.Williams Phone 1069. 534 Crabb St. BARGAINS 3 lots .on Norman street, each. Terms. 2 lots, block; ?300 each terms. 4 lots, block B, London .Road, Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Co. 1 Phone 1191 Qtt block KEAL ESTATE INSURANCE PHONE 1183 807 CRABB STREET L.ETHBRK3GE. AU FA. The Dowsley McMillan Land Co, Rf. al Estate, Loans, Insurance Qrbund Floor Sherlock Blk. I Phone 544 34'DO handles modern 6 room- ed house on Bartlett, bal- ance monthly, ?iSOO handles beautiful six- roomed new house on William street facing the east, best buy in city; price buys fully modern cot- tage on Argyle Avenue'; 28 feet frontage; cash, balance as. rent handles one of the best built houses in the -city oi Lethbridge; .fully modem in every respect, hot and cold built on one and a half lots. If you want one of the sweetest homes in cify come and inspect this before buying. Price only balance very easy. We have six prospective buy- ers for houses ranging in price from S2000 to 500; so if. you have any for sale, kindly' -list with us before Sept. 21st. DISTRICT NEWS CHIN ITEMS. The hotel is enclosed and ready for plastering and will .be open for -busi- ness by the first of October. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Willard spent three days in Lethbridge the first of the- week. The farmers in this vicinity are all sowing their winter wheat Mr. Casidy has a steam -breaker work on his farm two miles northeast of Chin. We understand that there" is to -be considerable -breaking done around here-this fall. Mrs. Lust and children have moved to Leth-bridge, where they will re: main during this term of school. Mr. Perry's two sons hare returned to Nebraska with their grandmother where they will attend school this' winter. Mr. .William Lust and TJ. "G.'.'Rogers were 'business callers at Lethbridge on Friday. METHODIST PASTOR LANDS KNOCKOUT A Stranger, Accused of Knocking his own Moth- er Down, is Laid Low SNAP! FOR QUICK SALE 62 ft. 5 in. Agaew St., just opp. Westminster Road. Ideal residential district. cash, foal, in 4 and 8 mcs. F. WADDINGTON CO. Phone 426 NEW DAYTON AND VICINITY. Talk about "dry farming-'1 In spite of; not having had any xain to speak of, several of our farmers have tais summer raised the finest toes to be seen, many of them weigh- ing 'half a pound and more..... Glines will this fall build a new residence: on his farm in township 5. Ro-Hag Bros., of twp. whobet Frank Burker was a Grassy Lake visitor this week. mother, put up cash bail and was released. 'The case-is set for this af- ternoon at 2 o'clock. It is said the mother will refuse to prosecute and if she does it is difficult to predict outcome of the case. ub.le to successful dealing. with pro- jects present-and perspective. Travelled-Over-Many Lines The trip of -Sir- Wilfrid Laurier's party to .and through, the west, in- cluding that of the-Minister of-Rail- ways to the 'Pas, has afforded a splen- did'opportunity.-to inspect many miles of each 'of the great railways. This the head of'the railway department was most. ansious to" dcr in order to learn from the con- dition of the .various lines and thei? ability to serve the -public. At the in- auguration of the Premier went direct from Ottawa to Port Ar; thur -by the Canadian.'Pacific, while the Minister of "Hallways' went bj; Grand Trunk .to-, Toronto, thence tak- ing the C.P.R." Sudbury line to the Twin1 Cities. .Proceeding' -westward to Winnipeg, they travelled over the NaV tional Transcontinental. Throughout the -progress of their' itinerary to the' coast their train in turn on the. lines of. the Canadian Pacific- Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific. Study All-'Systems Hon. Mr. Graham, .however, was not content. .He wanted the further advantage of a long trial run over For tte past five yesis Ve hare been "busy jnpcparlng -a suitable for .plaiting. We now cfrtr you RUSSIAN POPLARS, and stocky in any you ami at rigbt prices. We tave.a full-Une of HARDY FLOWERINGSHRUBS that have beea Alberta "and wintered beauttfully. ROSES harder to bring tirongh but we have itnaUy Ttat- etiea that irtH ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and PIHPLE BERRY (best of'.all) hedges .aim perfectly We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY TREES AND SMALL .'FRUITS that will grow that a little protect tion is given ithe spring -winds. v that commend the planting of; Let us get in. correspondenoe with yoa in regard to tiieaa Hiinca. Remember OCTOBER 1S TH T! M E TO irhen rigut We Instruct" you. No trouble to price your, wants. Send for price -list you think of it MIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA 1LOPERS MABBED AT GREAT The records of the police station the Grand Trunk Pacific' main line, Murray with being drunk and.: and a personal inspection under nor- disorderly, and to this charge is add- mal conditions of the much-discussed "Assaulted his Canadian Northern road to the Pas. For this reason, at some sacrifice, of time, he proceeded to the Pas via G. T.-P. to Saskatoon, instead of di- rect. Returning, he came from Win- nipeg east by the C.N.R. to Port Arthur, C.P.R. to Sudbury; a line not before inspected, and- again by C. N.E.. to Toronto. This completion of eome miles of travel during the past two months gives the Minis- ter a practical personal knowledge of all important lines doing busks-ess in ed the. explanation "Assaulted his mother and knocked her down." B.N.A. BANK TO BUILD AT MACLEOD Great Falls, Sept. John Wolff, wife of a .Canadian immigra- tion officer, who resides near Winni- peg, and Emmett Lapp, were arrest- ed in Great Falls yesterday .morning on the charge of' eloping from Minot, N. D., several days.ago. The man and woman were taken to the 'city jail, where Mrs. Wolfi was in the woman's department, and Lapp' was given a cell on the ground floor. The couple were accompanied by a boy and 3 girl, both children, of Mrs. NEW. Carrylng'a Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and THE SUE WOO -JOEFOKG Baronaes 'Aiv Ilnjjton Hotel cial, where they '..will be, prosecuted: under the laws of the Donunion of Canada. In speaking-of-th'e case" last. Mr. Wolff had tibe following rrnr v-w jTi 1 j-iT Wolff, The chJdrm were taken, to the Macleod, Sept. Bank of British North America, which estab- lished a branch in the old Bank of Commerce quarters this summer, has found business conditions so good and considers the outlook so favorable, GET A. P. Winnipeg, Sept. :jotiatloiis over a He period "Western Associated Press op- a leased -wire with M jtnneapolis !s to carry the ftiH service of 6he American. Associated Pi SOBS. Re- cently, the W, A. P. ias 4> fought ia the A. P. eervSce from easto wn Canada. T. N; CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. which service is compiled in and the new service, .which is com. piled in Chicago for the Middle West, will pbe more suited to the Western Canadian fancy of daily papers, fur- nished by the W. A. P. PINCHER CREEK DOINGS. Pincher Creek. Sept. In- spector Lane still makes farmers, who ail to comply with the ordinance toe the mark. At Jiis instance, John 'ournier. ten miles east of town, was Jned OB Thursday by Magistrate Mouat, and costs. W. A, Praser left on a .month's bus- iness and pleasure trip to Ontario last Thursday. G. W. Gill has sold his automooile to J. J. Branirf. A donee is to toe held on the 30tb in the opera house to help -pay for the cadets' uniforms. weather prevails here now and threshing operations are going on in shape. the west, and, with his trip over the C.N.R. line from s Sudbury to Toron- to, he can say he has during his three years of office travelled on every im- portaxrt railway of Canada, nearly ev- that it has purchased a site on Main street and will build a home of its I own. It has bought, the old Queen's Hotel annex and the lot on which it stands, with a frontage of 56 feet. ery one in Great Britain, the best in Germany and France, and not a fe' United States. With his news A. E. Hoare, of England, the man- aging director of the Bank of British North America, has been in" to teok over the ground -and lie. con- paper instinct for purloining informa- tion, it is not surprising that Kon. Mr. Graham knows something of rail- ways and the transportation problem. of Canadian Northern In an interview with The Globe at the conclusion ot his extended tour. ducted the negotiations with Mr. I tie Minister stated that his greatest rooming house, where be looked after for the next few Stedman, the proprietor of the hotel property. The price paid was 000. The new bank building vnll be of stone and will cost in the neigh- borhood of Frank Tweddell, of Picton, jumped off the steamer Alexandria, near Bath, and was rescued after being half an hour in the water. AMI BEAL ESTATE WH, i. INCREASE 25 PER CENT. IN NEXT MONTHS roomed, mode? -fa house, ?1GOO handles it. roomed cottage ,oa street, north of London, handles it roomed modes fit house, three iots, to trade for farm. Two lote. Block ?floO; good terms. 5xrar lots, Blocfc 4, .Alexander Addition, each; terms. JXmr tots oa Bd-we MB street. Blocs D, each, terms. Two Barter seetfc near Warner, fine land, per acre -roomed good terms. W. ,F 2SFSGN LAND -CO. 323 Rouiut Ofofenson 391 St. FIRST TEN m, Sept. popula- tion oi Cleveland, Ohio, is an increase'of or 46.9 per "cent, as compared with 381 768 in 1900. The returns for Cleveland establish- ed that city as one "of the "large cen- tres of the country, lift- ing it to a point above Pittsburg and comparatively below St. Louis and Boston. Cincinnati, which in 1890 contained about more persons than Cleveland, is now distanced by j almost Cleve'.aod now ranks among the first ten cities of the coun- wry. I The population of 'Jclist, 111., is I an increase of 531? or 18.1 per cent, as compared with in 1900. LEATHER GOODS LADIES' HAND BAGS to LADIES' AND GENTLE- MEN'S DRESSING CASES to Bill books, card cases, drink- ing cups, cigar cases, SEE WINDOW DISPLAY JEWELER, Round St. surprise was perhaps in the magni- taide and ramifications oi the Cana- dian Northern system in the west. His train ran at sixty miles an hour on several stretches lines with comfort. of On their lines the much- maligned Pas line he that he had foiind a ruling tenths of one per cent II grade of four- both ways. "It could he in better Hon. Mr. Graham observed, "but it has re- cently been greatly improved, and isj capable of carrying all -the business yet in sight. The story about its being flooded is nonsense, and what is called muskeg is very shallow. Plenty of excellent ballast can be procured all ths line and with an ex- jjpenditure ot from' to j! i per mile this road can be made one of the very best in the country. Main Lines in Good Shape "The C.P.R. and G.T.P. main lines are of a high standard, and their branch lines are being substantially constructed. In some instances it appears as if the companies forget the public interest, their energies be- ing devoted to watching one another, but on. the whole they show a desire to meet public requirements and to go where business is to be found. "The problem of meeting the increasing demands is a great concluded the Minister, "btit I think Canada is getting good results in the it is being worked out." days. The elopers had only been locked up a few minutes when 'Mr, Wolff made his appearance on the scene, and he stated that he had followed the couple from Winnipeg to Minot and from Minot to Great Falls, where he has been for several days searching for his missing helpmeet in a quiet manner. Both Mrs. WolE an-d Lapp will be deported, as they arc in this country unlawfully. Immigration Agent An- drews of Helena, who has charge of the northern section of Montana, in the immigration line, arrived in Great Falls last evening and -will give tne couple a hearing this morning at the city jail. Ke will report his findings to the Washington office and an im- migration arent from this side of the line will accompany the elopers to Lethbridge., where, once across the internatioaal boundary line, they will be turned over to Mr. Wolff, w-ho is say "On account of my dutTes as officer I have from home near Last spring I em- >ij compelled to be ly all .of the time. ployed Lapp as a farm hand, seems "that he has betrayed .my con- fid-ence in 11m trnile I tvas to my duties. I -have been 20 years, and have a daughter: years of age and a boy. aged 8, time ago mj; wife becaine dissatisfied with ensting conditions: at horn P. and at that time I it .would be best-to send her .to her, parents for a short visit, but for. some reason or other she refused to go. "At present I do not know wnat my plans are for the and be- sides, I do not care to talk for pub- lication along lines, that myself and family." Canadian officer, or some other offi- were killed. Aniel Bellegren, a .young- -FxeucJi sheph-erd, was attacked by tears at Chelam, Wash., and disfigured for life, but will live. His sheep-" were stampeded over a cliS. and over 300 work and oafr vUh good digestions In ..New South Wales the Llanelly football team sued the Newport Ar- gus for libel. Foul kicking was charged. The plaintiffs got one fartfe-j ing damages, each side to pay its j own costs. tone up'weak the digestive juices which are your .cc.. being properly -conyer ted Into 'brawn and sinew, red Wood brain. SOc. a box at your druggist's or from 33 National Pmg Chemical Co. of LJiaitccu TRY OPPOSITE THE EUREKA Is prepared to serve the tastiest meals to theix the most moderate trial will convince you. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. ALL WHITE HELP. WE AIM TO PLEASE. ;