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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald, Friday. September 23. 1910. We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses F. C If you want to sell your house, list it with us Repreieating: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Hfch River, Nanton, Vancouver offecins a full section, creek, fine nice .IftyiSg; soil; four miies from elevator, two miles .from "post office. ,Our price low, ana of course our terms the easiest. This "is a rare opportunity for a man with good outfit. It wiil seil'quicfcly up-today. We wait for .the land to pay for Snap! Snap! Snap! b you KNOW A SWAP YOU -StE ONE? 1-2.Sec. 25, -if acre; to 'suit. 1-2 Sec. II, TVp. 9, Range IV per acre; JljiOOIcash, baiance to suit. corner. Lon-. iRotUQd1 sweet, 75i66; 3, bal- to'suii. comtr, for four corner and., CpSjU. Price JaOO- to buying J. Williams BARGAINS 3 lots on Norman street, ?200 each. Terms. 3 lots, faiocfc 14S, each terms. 4 lots, clock B, Lonfion Road; 'each. 'Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1.131 Ott; block and Financial -v Diamond, City, _ -i ;XV; Loans T. ;N. Chrittie, .Notary Public, REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE indsey PHONE 11S3 997 CRABB STREET :Y. "The''skating rink "at Smith's Falls -'collapsed.-.Nobodv was hurt.. Ont.. youth -named Per- was -pith accmitted. McMilJanLandCo. Real Estate, Loans, insurance .Ground Floor Sherlock Blk. Phone1 344 birys one of the finest hoases for'the price in the- city; close In. fully modern, in every war; four or five hundred doTvn." balance like rent." _. ?2ipO' buys a Inice cottage'on' Coutts street -water, etc. cash handles. buys 38 foot frontage on London; Road irich shack, 15 per cent, investment.- HOO buys nice-large lot and ,shack-in-North Ward, easy buys .nice-storey "arid a half house on Bartlett' fully, -handles! 3900 days oaly'buys. on Glyn street. 553: 125 easy terms. 7 Houses .for rent in all Darts "of the "city. r "We tTOHld like to get list- ings of a number of houses cr. cottages ranging in price- from -to S4000. Visitors Astonished at the Display of Fruit and Vegetables-Good Sport Events-Rain Spoiled Some of the Exhibits t; Sept. closing' day of the Pall Pair 'brought. out at much larger attendance tban yesteif-j dav. The "heavy rain which fell last! slightly damaged some 6t the neeale -work and.-other fancy goods display in- the big "tent, but The bena- obliteration of the dust made" The I dar Tar more enjoyable than the first. 1 The many displays made "by, the' Craabrook business men and clean, today, after, the ,rain. Pat- more'Bros., tie Qirain Electrical Co., The Crasbropk Sash JDcor Co., Fink Mercantile and others helped to PROMISE OF RECORD YEAR IN BRITAIN Eight Months Show a Tre- mendous Increase in interest terday, still led the in" at- said that orchards -would take! The' place of the timber groves will .bft abk to say I told you so. In.i fact, he is already taking to himself' the credit of being a prophet. The Creston fruit-growers are just-f ly proud of. the line display of t-Heir blushing beauties, and the "people off Cranbrook feel that- they have' beeni greatly benefitted by their euterpris-.1 ing, yes-era neighbors. While. Crss-; .ton has led the'-way" they will find willing followers in" East Kootenay, .and are sporty enough to enjoy the; rivalry of anybody- from anywhere. j These Crestoa people will be oa I liand -at. the Spokane Apple Show in f nd capture-some n London, Sept. of the vtar having now gone, there ap- ererv, reason to believe that will establish another record ill the mavttr of trade.- .This reflection is suggested by the Board 01 Trade return's issued a few days ago. These show -that during; August' the total imports into the uiufed Kingdom were valued at or an increase, ot as compared with tins previous ust. 5 The- total---exports during August amounted TO which is an increase of j "The British exports- during the] month were valued at 638 883 and these figures indicate an '-increase' trade' i .Mr. R. 'Will-IK j.nian, stated to.. the Herald represent- and-small fruit--was-n04d he'was dav's issue; are topical "trpes of- the< b-r-the he pioneer. 1oS oii V-' e -hat ripening up-j ther sett-Jeff upon their' L "e average of. the im-' on ,ines own garden- in- sometimes 'havingMo the -was that us to I OI tflft nrsr AurTi-t- _r _ l For the past five years we hare been busy preparing a' line" ot stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, baftwties, straight and stocky .in any size you want 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 wii! thrive. ENGLISH CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (beat of ali) make and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL .FRUITS that .anywhere that a little protec-'. tion is siren them from, the spring'winds. We ab.ioluttfy GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that commend the'planting of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard to these.things. Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We instruct you. No trouble to, price your, wants. Send for price-list now while you think of it, MIRROR LAKE "BRITISH COLUMBIA an experimental fniif farm" somewhere that wm t in -the xKootenay '-in Nothing will ston ihi ..-he vicimiy, or the junction of the} movement of, the -truit CentraL-'Railwav-: nn rhn irhc rnrl-v enable. others to folios. this -av months- amounted to or more than those In 1907 it stood t on record for the corresponding period JCootesav of the-C.P.R land departmreiit of. "the ch is- .already clearing ground, eist of Jaffray and at Curzon upon which i the; the rociy barrier "of 'the. Rockies, at: THis whose-western front "-will finally be'lo-; cated some of the-best orchards to be iound In the trhole.-'-distrlct., Marsh, There A side attraction during fair week averages trade of several It only 'needs; John Simpson, of Stellarton, N.S has 3 pigeon.which Sew-17S miles in one day. -A ten-year-old lad named Fred Cui- bage, who lived at "Cedardale. while playing on the G-.T.R. tracts, knocked over by a train and died shortly after. LETHBRI0GE PROPERTY IS A SURE INVESTMENT Lots 7, -8, 9 and 10, Block 4r Alexander Add., each terms ia one eld fair grounds, 5125 each; terms 2 .lots, on TFestminster, soiith'of Charles street, terms -tlots in block terms i on; Edwards street, east of-fair.grousds, ?2S5 each, terms 2, quarter sections near Warner, all- steain plow land ..acre; sood' terms.: Z leta oc'Eniesr street, Block 124, SiOOO terms. i Block, GO. 323 Bomid St. j .3s Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. maintain-1CALIFORNIA beat that OF KINGSTON DEAD. Should j -Ont., Sept 22 to there; smitn, a wealtny -barrister a popularly-toown. .-s. sine avcracwon uurins lair wepf 3 _The-fair .Cranbrook has oi the world i ing-ofr would sti" !ui pernomus, alter a orret illness. He -rmceJKitifIQO _ trif-.Ti 10in t l iltZL Ui UilC V. Ui j sized .jthe possibilities of the district j Mr. Marsh r impetus i mile t-fte which. ha.s air to attrac Senator, _ who is _ B. King, said t-ha him visit j per agi with 1910 a considerable fortune 'in the For ihP sold fields of CaJifornia. local! ei5nt of the present_________________ [year which 'have now -paised, the to- TT, There are at least half a dozen cas- es of infantile paralysis in Berlin Ont: Mr.- and Mrs. George Scheiiele, of race is uriefer fhe! Cranbrook citv band] crowd tn the Dandurand Not After Job Quehec. Sept. Among the pass- engers who "arrived this afternoon by the ..Royal George was Senator Dah- durand. Mr. Dandurand stated that the government had no position in -its. gift which would 'tempt him for one minute to sacrifice his independ- ence. The Senator added that he was always .disposed" to serve the public but in his own way .and in his indi- vidual capacity. He thought that these statements would set at rest the ru- mors which now -and again appear in :he press that he -is an aspirant for the post held by the late Hector PLAY LEADS TO PRISON REFORM WinstaD Clinrchill Was Im- pressed by a Play He Saw "The prison reform scheme put -by Mr. "Winston Churchill a sound common-sense one. and put into operation it wiil be the-means of saving thousands of men who are or some subsrrnie of an nature, watch wonld. in ro -ay degrade the, offenders.' 'if "the yoath offended again he .would be subjected to a month of the Borstal! treatment. That is hard work all the f time. Should the offender continue his) career of crime be-would have six} months of the Borstal treatment, and I think he -would not be .inclined to offend again. 0! course, this treat- jment would not apply to" those who not in a fit conditidn to undergo hard physical drill.. In these cases the best -way of dealing with culprits would be a course 'of technical edu- cation. This form of punishment! 3r. I by no means appeal to the is poathful hooligan. At the same time, if the idea of prison and its dangerous' atmosphere, which hes such- a hor- Ar ottering for sale tk< brink of a'career of crime, incidentally will reduce to a very great cost of the upkeep of criminals." This statement was made to a If Daily Express'representative by Mr E John Gslsworthy, the dramatist. rible influence on the young criminal, would be done away Mr. Galsworthy bases his. opinions on a_ knowledge gained in a close and careful, study of prison life in land and on the Continent. cheapest lots on tKe market has visited a large number off prisons in this country and. discussed! tag effects Of t.TlA nrasonr eac ni, -JLXXXJ. Ill Ai0erta% and Ca In his recent -play, Mr. tfi-e effects of the present system 'with i Galsworthy illustrated the fate of the'ths- He has also spoken with 1 unfortunate William Field- ni2a5r convicts, who told'Mm of the j er. -who became in the -ma- drawbacks that coafroBted thes in' of tie law. Although he stniSSle to start a new.life. Mjestly disclaims that "Justice" was in-i "In my intervie-ws-witb nstrniEenta! in bringing' about continued, "I have found that i scheme, there are those .who conside- majority complain of the' bad j tnat it v.-as something more than a I of solitary confinement on coincidence that the scheme followed Itceir mincX A few .approved of this 1 jso Quickly after the production of tat were mostly of the. jpuy i-his impression is emphasized co ideals or ambitions. The I jby the fact that Mr. Churchill the tictei-of-leave svgtem .v.. is peraapg one best-, reforms proposed. CburcsilL ThCprison officials tJieajselTes' are agreed that the present system, is 'responsible in many cases for the return of the'Val- prit to- oldc quarters. The idea of 3m stiOTild look interests of the diecharged prisoner, and keep in close touch -srith the doings