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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. September 101'2 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR OWN fiOME House In illvorvinw, 7 rooms, full cement collar, fully moik'ra for only fswi wish tliis To Rent: Excellently furnished Bungalow on Only per Month MITFORD COMPANY OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Real Estate ''Money to'Loan Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Think This Over 1-2 (eel by 12ii reel, corner of llilli Street and Till Avenue North, facing cast. Price cash, balance per month, North Lethbridge Realty Go. PHONE IM GENERAL NOGI NATIONAL HERO HIS SUICIDE CONSTRUED AS EM- BODYING HIGHEST IDEALS OF NATIONS GREATEST FIGHTING FOR CIVIC OWNERSHIP DULUTH ASKS COURT FOR RIGHT TO TAKE OVER STREET RAILWAY BERNARD WOULD LET'EM STARVE ECCENTRIC SHAW DEALS THE STARVING CAMPAIGN OF SUFrRAGETTES Tokio, Sept. The publication line. The coup- ling of the car next engine parted. tlus trln of cars Must Sell at Sacrifice On account or ill hesjtli and consequent, inability to a client'of mine is compelled to sell at a sacrifice a .very valuable tract, of land, containing 76S acres, all well-fenced and under cul- water, some under Irrigation, situate about 7 miles southeast of Lethbridge and 1 1-2 miles from Wilson's Siding. 1 will pay the customary commission to any real estate airent who furnishes a buyer. give good terms and take iu other real estate as part payment. description of I7-S-20 and part adjoining section. For Furthtr information write to We Are Going to Sell iu ten acre tracts, hundred acres choice fruit lands at Crerton B. ,C- and give some one.the balance of the tract, twenty-three 'acres. This i? ideal land. Price and terms are right. Have you ever investigated Crestou? Bruce Ismay May Resign HEAD OF COMPANY WOULD NOT MAKE IALS DENY STORY London, Sept. Bruce Ismay, j who is shooting in_ Yorkshire, tele- i graphs as follo'ws in response lo an inquiry as to whether there is any iruih in the rumor that lie is about lo retire: "I have to make at present." i Another report which has gained eiirreney is that H. Sanderson would Irian consul general today irail- retire from (lie vice presidency of'Uiej ing two women who are suspected of International Mercantile .Mai Thc leading cars crashed into the platform with terrific force, and were wrecked. One ear was owrturncd and caught fire.. In spite of the ef- forts of the fire brigade it was soon consumed. Several bodies in this car were cremated.1 but some of the injured were from windows. The engine driver was crushed to dcatli betvreeii engine anu tender, and the fireman bad both legs broken. He was pinned under the loi-omotive for two hours. Hundreds of laborers and railway employees took part in tbe work of rescue, whily the waiiiuji rooms were turned into an emergency hospital. MAY BE IMPERSONATING LAWYER'S ALLEGED VICTIM York, iVept ile- lectivc.s in tlir employ of the Aus- places within the prisoner's reach sufficiency of food, I do not see how it could bo held accountable for the! prisoner's death any more lhan if she committed suicide in any other man- ner. "If a woman meets me on Waterloo bridge and says: "'Give me a five pound note or I'll jump into the Thames and drown my- self, as soon as you have gone a sum'cient distance to prevent you from holding I really do not see how 1 could reasonably comply -with her request because if it were estab- lished as a rule of conduct that I was bound to do so, or else he held guilty of tbe woman's death, all the women in London might make me stand and deliver in tifrn until 1 was a beggar. ''In the same wiiy; if the govern- ment is bound to release every pris- oner who threatens to commit sui- cide by starvation, then all the crim- inals can compel jail delivery and practically abolish all legal methods of dealing1.with crime. "ily conclusion therefore is tuat if the prisoners in Mount Joy, .Mrs. Leigh and Miss Gladys Evans, for the Dublin theatre affair, are determined to commit suicide by starvation, they must be allowed to do so and the gov- ernment could not be held respons- ible for their deaths if it could con- vince the public that they had food within reach. "This is cold logic and it has been evident, to intelligent observers for some time that tbe moment the mili- tant suffragettes overstepped the time, which sepArates what I call pra- Vulcan, .Sept. 18.-H. F. Richard- son is building a large addition to his hardware store, to be used for im- plements. Mr. and Mrs. TecwilHger ann their guests -spent the week-end at Banff. The office building (ornierh occu- .pied by Roberts Ilaa1, has been moved from Vulcan street and will be remodelled for a dwelling The Imperial hotel is completed io he opened to "1