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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Pally Herald, Tuesday, September; 20; 1910. We have several b6na4fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us Representing: I OWFS COMPANY 1-iVy YY HiO I3c Yll JnLl 1 North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London at j 19> are now offering a full section, fenced, fine "creek, fine nice' laying soil, four miles from elevator, two miles from post office. Our price is low, of caurse our. terms the easiest. .This-is a rare opportunity' for a man with good outfit. It will sell.quickly.; .Look us up today. We wait for the land to pay for itself! .WHITNEY ailocK- .LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. THE f ITV lilL 111 l Snap! Snap! Snap! DO YOU KNOW A SNAP WHEN YOU SEE-ONE? North 1-2 Sec; Twp. 9, Range 14, acre; cash; balance' to suit. Bast 1-2 Sec, il, Twp.. 9, Range 3 4, per acre; casb, balance to suit Pine business Lon- don and Round street, 75x66; >bal-' mce -to suit. Fine for four, bouses, -.Macduff and 'Cutbill; Price S400 to to- suit'.. --Remember you are buying- d'irect from owner. W. J. Williams Phone-i069. 534 Crabb St.' REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FOR SALE QUICK 62 f t 5 dn. Agnew St., just opp. Westminster -Road. Ideal residential district. 1-3 cashi bal.'in 4 and 8 mos. F. WADDINGT ON CO. Phone 426 .T. N. A CO. .Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City.- Townsiie. Loans IT. N. Christie, Notary Diamond'City, Alta.-, BARGAINS 3 lots on Norman street, each.. 2 -lots, block 148, each terms.' v r 4 block B. London Road, ?500 each. Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Phone, 1191 Ott block Real Estate City antf farm loans MjjiMjf flipcy Sherlock Block. JJ GIRL KILLED HER FATHER-AND UNCLE. Chief Complained tp City Council of Cow Nuis- ance Isolation Hospital Matters Closing Part of Baroness Those .long midnight sessions of ed" a letter -.from .the. council relating the City two -or three of--the hospital.and was special meetings a week'saythat.since July there had the last two or three .ho Looking into the have "'been the rule--rather than the he -thought it would seem at last to have -be-! be" a good ,ideajf- the hospital was :kept come a thing of the past. open receive patients all Last nigit, --'for the fourth; or" fifth 'tlie'time-" In 'regard to the expense ha time, --ia-' -succession, the regular bi-, pointed out, thit .the. nurse in -charge weekly meeting proved to be another .would be practically quarantined her- short'.one, all the" business in sight be-j'self all: the, time, certainly all time ing disposed of in under three-hours', there were' any -patients ;in the" hospital After tke minutes ,of the -previous meeting-had -heen disposed of last ev-! ening, the first communication dealt one, from W. -G.'Hunt, man-. the Alberta branch of the Mas-' sey-Harris Co. He said: three property reqmre. ers on the" "short street connecting iiaroness roa-d and Ford street, where, it joins Westminster consent of this short that in, lieu they-get tlie'land now occupied-, by- the" street, in order, that all 'the lots' may be on..what condition will the. city -consent to the closing of that short He. reasons why salary she be heavier than, however, that he could get a''qualified nurse, and au- earetaker'and a- total cost of about ?IlO per monthl Aid. Oliver asked- how the ci'ty stood in regard to 'people' from the Tc'ountry who wished to enter the pital. replied1 that -he tiiought they people from the at all unles's they or they would" sooa have" it fiill-and no room f or 'city patients. There further discussion, and; the .matter wa's then left to' the health arramge "as- best he he thought the- closing: of" the .street j coiild along the- lines he had'sug'gest would, good" tbing: tor the-city. while admitting. that. given hy Mr. Huntr-wero, rather'llimsy, moved. ing the letter, to start, a dis- The Chief of addressed the. council in cow 'nuis- ance. 'The said, ha-d im- pounded and fined the "owners and The Mayor" remarked he done everything possible to abate the not think they, should 'deal, .with the! nuisance. He "found that most of the' matter from "Mr.. Hunt's "letter. Mr. -cattle did not belong in the city Hunt had seen him about 'came from the village of Staffordville. 'FI 1 ihe Oowsley MclJllaELaiidCo. Reai Estate, Loans, Insurance Ground, Fioor, Sherlock Blk, Phor.c 544 ?400 handles modem 6 room- on Bartlett. ance monthly, only SSOO handles six- roomed new house on facing the east best ;huy in price buys fully tage Avenue; 2S feet 'frontage; cash, balance as rent. handles one of the best built houses in the city of Lethbridge; fully modern' in every respect, hot and cold water, etc., built "on one arid a half lots. If you want of the, sweetest' homes in the city come and inspect this before buying. Price only balance very easy. We have six prospective buy- ers for houses -ranging in price to 500; so if you have any for sale, kindly list with us before Sept 21st. J Arkansas City, Kans., Miss Ebby-'Shepard. 16 -years., .-old, wnose father, J. and his' brother Taylor Shepard, were, stain'in their home in Newkirk, Okla.. last Fri- day, to-day confessed that she .killed j'.the two men. It was first reported 'that the brothers had -been killed by a young man, who afterwards attack- [ed the girl. In her confession, the j girl declares the cause of the crime 'was that the" men had whipped her. Sbe went to the wood shed, brought the axe with which-the crim-e-was -com and gave "it to, the officers. The girl has always been regarded- as feeble min-aed. SAW HUSBAND AND FATHER "MURDERED. Chicago, Sept. D. Hil- jler, chief clerk of the -Chicago, Rock Island and-Pacific Railway, was shot had told Mr. Hunt .thai if'a petition signed -by the property., owners affect-1 ed, was-put in, the council might-deal .with it. He, the. Mayor, had-an, idea in view that if the property owners desired to close-the, ,the, city- should make them... by which they.should hand over to the city a forty foot strip at. the rear: of their property 1n order to widen Bar- oness--road, which is narrow.-at, that point. Aid.. Frayne opposed closing'. the street at all, as when an .overhead bridge or subway is .put across, the tracks at Westminster road, .it would afford a-short cut-'hack, on to Baroii1 ess and save the neces-, sity of going a block to reach ;-Bar- onoas. Aid. Hatch then withdrew .his mo- tion, and the communication was laid- on the table, '.until the aldermen have, nad time to take a look'at. the street and to take it up with .the -city engin- eer. Sidewalks for School L. Bawden, acting secretary-treasur- and killed early to-day by a negro ;er of the Lethbridge school, board. burglar, whom he found ransacking the Hiller home. "The murder -was witnessed by the victim's two daugh- ters and his wife, who were aroused when Hil-ler met the intruder at the head of the stairs. The'-'men fought for several minutes, finally rolling to the foot of the stairs. SUSPECTED BELL BOY HAD SOME JEWELLRY. Winnipeg. Sept of the wrote requesting that a sidewalk be placed along Courtland street from the school to the cornsr, and--a cross- ing from the Courtland street to the south side at the corner of Smith and Courtland streets. It was pointed o.ut that tte appropriations for the year had all been made but the mayor thought that considering the re- quest -was for the benefit of the schools they should strain 'a' point. The communication was referred to the engineer for immediate action. DETROIT DOESN'T THIS MAN Who lias Secured the Ke- piiblican Ndmiriatlaii For Mayor Detroit, Sept. The De- troit populace is wondering who Proctor K, Ovens is; and what -he is., Proctor K. Owens" gentleman who; the republican nomination tor mayor .of -Detroit over Mayor Breitmeyer. His sudden leap- into the" limelight's1 glare- has thoroughly aroused the of Detroit, who never, heard of Mr: Owens until he de-. feated -Mr." at the. polls. Owens handed -.but .a few crumbs of information'. -to .the' Detroit 'Press Thursday. He said: he is fifty years' old, that he born near Lexington, K.y., and that 'when, he was -18 he. moved vjith Ms "father, to a farm near Kansas that" he in the state normal of the -Univer- sity of 'Missouri, the Northwestern University of Ohio; the university of Michigan, and Detroit 'College of Law. He admits that- he. did not grad- uate .from any of. them. He, said he came Detroit ..ten years ago; He occupies an office on the sixth floor of the Hodges build-. ing, about the size of .a small closet, and 'there, are no signs Influence -or "-affluence; of excessive 'about the' The owners did ..not-.seem to 'mind tho and fines'at all. They did not have any feed- of their1 own- and sc. turned their cows loose. There is lots green.clover and grass on the boule- vards and .lawns of the city, and it probably pays the owners to let their j .cows feed on them. -Aid.-.Oliver thought they could never settle the matter until cow- keeping totally prohibited within the city. A recommendation to that effect, he thought should come from the board of: health. :Ald. Frayne objected to that until some fixed rate of the cost of milk should be arrived at with the dairy- men; Aid. Oliver thougnt that there was need for the city to start fixing prices, for competition should arrange that Aid. Hatch: it's a trust, isn't (Laughter.) There was some further discussion but nothing definite was done. TRAGEDY AT TRUKCX ]ST. S. Woman is Bead and the Man Badly Cut Up An English couple with thirteen children recently Ont. arrived at Gait, I Dr- Thompson submitted a bill for 4.1.. attendance on a family in North Lethbridge made at the request of the relief committee. Aid. Frayne moved that it, be paid, which was ac- cordingly done. City's Subscription Paid John T. Hall of Brandon, secretary of tihe Union of Alberta Municipalities, wrote -in connection' with the payment of the annual subscription, and also with certain resolutions passed at 'the last convention. Lethbridge' was no.t represented at the convention, and Aid. Oliver asked how it was that no dele- 'bell boy at the'Royal Alexandra, ar-' rested.on suspicion of the Countess of Antrim theft, answers the description of jewelry stolen at at Hart- where the boy worked ov- er a year'ago. It may be that appli- cation for extradition will be made, failing -which the boy will be prose- cuted here for bringing stolen goods iinto Canada. I Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the cro.upy cough appears, will prevent the attack. Sold by all druggists.. SNAP! SNAP! SNAP! Lots.7, 8. 9 and 10, -Block 4, Alexander Addition, only each; good terms. Lot 23, Block 22, Duff- Addition, only. good terms. W. H. CO. Johnson Block, gates had gone from seemed to remember here. No one receiving any notification of the convention. Aid. Hatch said he received a post card no- tifying him of the convention after the convention was already sitting. Mayor Adams saidnhe first he knew of it was when he read in the Lethbridge Herald jtha-t he had been elected a vice-presi- Truro, N.S., Sept: half past four o'clock this morning F.. J. Per- ry rushed into the police station and told Constable Ellis, who was on duty, that Mrs. Maud Wright was d-cad at their on.Foundry Hill Perry declarer! thai the woman had .tried to kill him, slashing his throat place. His "wife .occupies the adjoin- ing room as a studio for china paint-- ing. 1 Two possible ways out of the mess "into which the Detroit republican party is thrown, oy the nomination of for '.mayor are- now 'being dis- cussed seriously -by the .party leaders. One of the -plans -suggested is to call a mass meeting; name some for mayor who could -com- mand the. support of all factions of the party, and. -launch a capaign of publicity ,io get the electors to, -write his name in on the ballots or to paste it by means of the- old fashioned stickers.! This would involve a large amount of work but the leaders are willing to do almost anything to rid the party of poor Proctor K., the cause of the trouble. Another suggestion is that' this is a fine time to make an effort to es- tablish the commission form of gov- ernment in Detroit and abolish the office, of mayor altogether, .Hedging, etc. For tke past five ire have, been TSuaj a line stock suitable for" prairie "planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN' POPLARS, beauties, straigbt and stocky in any fixe you Trant mad at rigfct. prices. "We. have "a J.Hae irffHARDY FLOWERING that have been: Alberta tested :t and wintered beautifully. harder lo bring: through TiTJt we have finally selected TMl- ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAQANA and PlRPLE BERRY, (best of all) make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you fa of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS. sfnywhere tfcat a little protec- tion is given them; from -the "apriia; We absolutely: GUARANTEE ail items TO GROW that we re- commend the plaritinfl of.. i: Let us get in correspondence with you in regard to these things. TIME TO PLANT right. We- instruot-yoiL: No price your jwaats. Send for price liat i you think of It." MIRROR LAKE BRITISH COLUMBIA WILL REPRESENT GREAT BRITAIN As Well As Canada at the Dry Farming- Con- gress Spokane, Wash., Septl Sid- ney Fisher, Minister of Agriculture of the Dominion, of Canada, announces in a letter to John T. Burns, secretary treasurer of the Dry. Farming Con- gress, that R. H. Agur, of Summerland, B. C., recently appointed one of the of j ficial delegates to tbe sessions in Spok j ane, October 3 to 6, has also been chosen to represent Great Britain at the convention. Recognizing him as one of the most progressive agriculturists in the pro- vince of British Columbia, the board of governors of the Dry Farming Con- gress, through its chairman, Profes- r sor Alfred Atkinson, agronomist ati the Montana experiment station, has GOOD THRESHING RETURNS FOR1 BRANCON FARMERS. Brandon... Sept progress wag made in. the work' of threshing last week, and the .returns' are much more satisfactroy was 'expecte-i previously. The -crop .is.-.easy tq'bcr.- dle, and ".there are pleritjr of ithreshr ing outfits.. The only' difficulty of harvesters. Typhoid fever appears to -be o'n-the increase in" this district'" Tthe.'-pef- of however, is small- er than usual, owing ,to better .facilit- ies for "taking care of the. patients1; JURY BLAME THE BRAKES AND A FENCE FO-R ACCIDENT. Sasjs: Sept. 19. Several the Brown, who was killed by a C P IL work'teain near ;here they heard: no- whistle engine for -crossing- or ringing ot uell wMle -passing trainmen swore that the proper sig- nals were given. The jury, after a short deliberation, brought) in a 'ver- dict that the -accident" -was ..causedf'iby the failure of. theremergehcyv.brakes- to properly check speed of the ROOSEVELT AND TAFT CONFERRING TO-DAY. New Haven, Conn., Sept 19. -rPres- ident Taf t and Colonel Theodore Roosevelt hold an'.. important confer- ence here this presumably on the New political situation. The conference -was-arranged at. the request of Mr. Roosevelt, who is no-w- on his-way here from Oyster Bay on. a fast .motor boat 'and that, the high snow: near-.the. -crossing. in that it .obstructed'- the :.view.; Chamherlain's Colic, Cholera arrhoea Remedy is today .the. test known medicine in use. for and cure, of bowel cures griping, dliarrhoea, dysentery, and be taken at the; first 'un- natural looseness of the 'bowels; It is equally valuable for. children and- .ad- ults. It always Sold druggists. air OF Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits Total Assets 0vtr Use Our lank Money Cfrders the next time; you send. a small any point in Canada, or to any large dty in the United States. They cost as eiiid under Sc, to lOc. to 6c. to ISc. With this low cost they combine absolute safety. -v, For.larger sums use our Drafts.' Mam Office ccr. Round Redpath Sti j G. H. TINN1NQ Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Reach, Acting Manager. Grassy Lake- -A. W. SalHIe, and wrists, and that she then took j assigned Mr. Agur to respond for her ow.i life. Both..parties to the tragedy were alleged to have 'been drinking and it is believed that jeal- ousy led to the crime. An invcsti- ;gation is being held. A son of tho dead woman accused Perry of inflict- ing the wounds upon himself. MOTHER DIED WHILE WASHING THE BABY. I dent. The letter was i filed and tho! received and subscription, Winnipeg, Sept. little child, splashing merrily away in the midst of soap snds of a bath tub, some feet Great Britain-at the opening exercises of tbe congress and exposition, Octo- ber 3. when -delegates from all j parts of the world will 'be in attend- ance. 1 "The Canadian government, through member's of-Premier Laurier's cabinet has expressed sympathy and-offered its co-operation in the -dry farming -Mr. Burns, "and we have been assured the support of the Western provinces. We have been advised there "will be comprehensive exhibits from the Dominion as a away in the same room whose mother whole, also from the provinces of Bri- lay dead, was the tragic sight that met the eyes of the father, A. H. Thomp- son. 257 Garry street, on Saturday af- amounting to was ordered ted. Accounts Paid The report of the finance committee recommending payment of accounts and "mit- ternoon, when he went up stairs to 'd out what was delaying her from starting nr> ranged to Selkirk. She had died from -heart disease while washing the totalling was adopted the accounts ordered paid. The Isolation Hospital Dr. DcVeber, city- health officer, at- tended in connection with Isoia- tion hospital. He said he had receiv- cores bcalt 25 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., p. C. U., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER tish Columbia. Alberta and Saskatche- wan. One of the substantial prizes comes 'from the city of, Lethbridge, Al-! ta., where the commercia-1 organiza-1 tion-has donated a massive silver! trophy -Clip for the -box ot Mo- i intosh Red apples exhibited at the in- ternational dry farming exposition. "We loCrt for large delegations from various -parts of Canada, especially from districts in the Boundary coun- try, where dry fanning is practised the foremost growers of the counj PAID-UP CAPITAL, 51 (XOOO.OOO RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BAftiK DEPARTWIESyT Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits 51 and upwards .in this Department Careful attention is given to every account Small deposits are welcomed. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the sur- vivor. Full and clear written instructions as to who is to make 210 the withdrawals should always be given to the Bank when opening accounts of this nature. Lethbridge Branch L Nourse, ;