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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September Page We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, Iwt it with us F. C LOWES COMPANY North Amencan Life Awurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoemx Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver creek, nice, om post office, est This is a ill sell quickly. itself, WHITNEY BLOCK ALT SnapJ Snap! A SNAP WHEN YOU StE ONE? ,-Nwtli 1-2 See. .25, Twp. 9, per acre; .bslaace to salt. 11, Twp. 9. '14, per acre; cisft, to ,suifc. business corner, Lon- and Round .sti-eet, 75x66; ,7 wash, bal- BARGAINS 3, on: Norman t "Terms. V -'2 jots, -block 14s[ S300 each .4 lots, "block B, London Road, 'each. Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Phone ott block Fine corner, suitable for houses, corner TfcoAig and Cutbill. Price 5468 oash, balance to i6V. suit. jou are baring Bisect- ficm -tie W. J. Wffiiams Phone 1069. 534 Crabb St. T. N. CHUitT-lE A, CO. Financial City, Notary Public, Diamond- City, Alta. ?33ie Dowsley McMillan Land Go. Estate, .Loans, Insurance Sroansi- Sheriock' BIk. Phone 544 the finest price in the in, .fully modern i .four or five -hundred down, balance like cottage on street.: water, light handles., frontage on London Road -with 'shack, per cent, on 1STATE LOANS 1N8UKANOE Attpiith Lindsey PHONE STREET LETHBRIDQE, ALTA, TbroHto .-will have own, Sliding in the long grass. Francis Beaumont an .Orierd, !NT. H., had an tak-en. offfby. a metring machine. large lot and .snack-; in-.-.Nerth. Ward, easy t, I3100 bijys pice storey and a half housed on Bartlett St. 5400 handles! -S9QO for three' days only buys Glye street oos 12 easy terms. for rent in all parts We -would like to get list- :0f .4. ntnnber of houses or ranging in price TWINE FACTORY today in the twine Deering Harvester Works-caused loss Mem- bers of. the-two companies of the fire- men were overcome -by smoke in the upper plant .but were rescued. iby comrades. LETHSRfDOE PROPERTY IS A .SURE INVESTMENT 7y S, 9- and Block 4, Alezenfler Add., S2T5 each, terms near old fair grounds. 1125 each- terms of Charlos street, S90Q-' Terms" 4-lots. to block 126; each; tenns 4 -lots .on east of fair grounds; 5285 each terms steam 2 Iots7cn'Braest sweet, Block 124, S1000; tenns. W. H. JOHNSON LAND-OO. 323. Bound St. STOP WORK-AT BRAZEAUAMINES JDecisien By Mc- Keiizie and Mann Ktlmonton, Sept. his! contract for working the mimes does not expire until _ November first, Mr. general manager, of the' Bra- -u Cofiieries. .has curt Bgram from .Toronto telling him-to suspend operations. .It is stated here that McKenzie Man, and the Gen- eral Development Co., which are both interested in these coal fields.-have had a clash and the mines have been closed down. Another reason. given of set- that district .preventing one continuance of -the Brazeau branch the Canadian Northern Ry. main on the grounds that the route Plans .have not.-been approved .by the CONSERVATION OF MORAL RESOURCES Children sAiiJ Society Would Save Children to MIXERS MADE A BIG HAUL Arrested For Stealing Over Fourteen Thou- sand Dollars ..Seattle, Johansen, n years old, was arrested here yester- day on a charge of complicity in the from the aluce Box- es of the Pioneer Mining Company, A'ome; Alaska. Johansen. worked for the company with John Tiburgm who is held here in connection with the same csise. A re- .Port from Nome'says four-other wbrk-i T turn with.7some indication of men for the. company have been ar- nar-feeling.toward the advantages rested -with cmplicttv to .be denved.-not only in the imsae- irest Tie general public is confronted at railway commission yet, the companj have given up-all hope of reaching a satisfactory conclusion. MONTREAL'S MAYOR HAS COMMON SENSE. Jt _ of .Tricolor. He Says Would be Better if Union Jack ere Only Flajj Used Montreal, a re- markable discussion -in-. the Montreal Jity Council the tri- olor was placed on thV rear of "the city hall-during the week arlstic Congress.- AicL Laviviere declared that'French- felt-they were .insulted He uiererore asked for-, into all the including how it came about that the resolution of the Civic .Reception -Committee, ordering the Hag advanced to the front of the toiuiains-was not obeyed..-. He insist- ed ont having- an exp-lanation. Al-d. of-the re- ception Su- perintendent Drouin had been instruct ed by. place the Hags, bu-t had not followed their instructions. diate future but. .in generations come, by the- careful guarding of the wealth which nature has spread so lavishly, over the world. th his -deposit of Assay, office here. so lavishly, over the world, Governments--are- spending large j vrJtvAJuN sums of money to insure mineral and THE FAB NORTH timber the future. A little problem in arithmetic throw considerable light on; the val-'j the work of dealing with pros-' pective criminals; during alieir- day; of --The average man-has an capacity of i the worid I STCtSfflfi from that at-a mission at Five Hun- dred MUes Xorth of Edmonton the.Sum. of Tho man little-" higher. grade, .with education, -at least ,a Fort .Smith, five hundred miles north of Edmonton, -are making prepara- the.- assets, world estimated Mayor Guerin said that "he'had re- ceived a telephone message that a de- an habitual criminal in s. life' of twee ty years of criiaol, .This -means the state has lost tns value of tho Jab.or the extent" of 00, The habitual, crimintil "is a roan whoso mental make-up is capable, :is a .rule. i there -were his life thai gram might :be raised there -in it costs most varieties, care of For ti.e past five years we have been preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, and s-cocky in any size you want and at rigtt prices. We have a full line cf-HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS" that have been .Alberta tested and wintered beautifully.. ROSES harder to bring: through we have finally selected several Yari- eties'that-wjiu thrive.- BUCKTHORN, CAHRAGANA and PiRPLE BER- of all) iaake splendid hedges and -are perfectly hardy can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere thara little protec- tion Js. given them from the spring winds. W.e absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GP.OW that command the planting cf. Let us get in correrpondeEce with you in these things. Remember OCTOBER is THE TIME TO PLANT when done right j We Instruct you.- No trouble to price your wants. Send for price liet cow while you think of it.- MIRROR LAKE BRITISH '.COLUMBIA SIN CONSISTS IN THE.EXCESS .....____- Card Playing and Theatre Going Not at same'time'imposed the respon- Harmful Under Certain Conditions ;sihilty upon.-him. She has also kepr lav. MrvJnkster [pace with the forward movement putatkm of French-Canadians wanted i tke fium certain changes made in the flags i v f mcludes j child in a property; of alL. .harmless individuals.. The. saying a citi-'Tand Zens-tup in man His reply was to leave the Union Jack in the -centre and place other flags where they liked, and.'that if they not satisfied he would order all the except the Union Jack tak en down. Aid, Laviviere -declared that accord- ng- to the information laid -before the meeting, the minutes of .-the commit- ee were not carried out.'- There was rumor that. Superintendent: Drouin -Had not. been left free in the and he thought it advisable to hold'! n investigation and -get at the bot- om of the affair. _ Aid. .Laviviere; explained that when ne spoke of the flag of the French-Can I swans' he meant the tri-cblor. It was regarded as their flag. Two-thin_ of the population-of the province fell numiiiated over the .way the flags had th.e The--place col- Lronunlght that "he didn't see much Lai-in to say the best, that foot- in dmans-nni was a temptation to 'hypocrisr playing, theatre ny.eases does, not ex- by aboHtio-f as wrong. For Qf-AYe or ;tenV'dollars. in its tf it trne that .vomen in the. -.-locating of -the keeping with' the Dae- .4 pull down the-blinds and his- re- .gress. PO-J and turn on the. light not irmmfinne nf uv, umi-" i Oi_iy out mornings no our attitude to -the social dance or the game of cards- with a neighbor or the attendance of one of Shakespeare plays? I do not -believe that these things- are wrong, or .that it is right of honor was due to the Papal ors, but the green flag was upon the lert and the tri-color in the rear 'Ala. Laviviere -went: into the "ques- tion elf the right of the French Hag !to be displayed in the Dominion- say- 'ing it was -the first flag in the 'coun try. The complaints of the people were that the French flag wjas insult- ed -by putting the green flag in front or it, and as the reason had not been Si Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are oft :ermg sa le tk clieapest lots on the market eac .situated north of tlie tract The Atoerta Ry. and irrigation Co. rf jmoval from the conditions Tof cruelty 'or neglect, therein he would grow up to be .a criminal or-an individual with a. non-producing capacity. Children in foster homes are so placed that they must of -necessity follow the ex- i ed ample which is. set in that" environ-' ment. The money saving to the state -'Is apparent to anyone who gives the matter a moment's thought.'. A great deal of credit is given to' the who evolves a system or-a scheme whereby worth or mineral resources -are saved .for ths state. The caildien of the nation axe, as a rule, looked upon--as a-com- modity without commercial'.-value, and the to leave them in conditions of neglect and un- He Methodist nas done removing the foot- note rule in regard to amusements card .playing and theatre going .say is wrong. When we happy unless they the church has recogniz- of the individual and The FOUR MEN TRIED TO A LITTLE GIRL; Sherbrooke, Seat -bold attempt Tv-as'made to kidnap the young of Mrs. Egg at Que., yesterday. 'Four men "called at the i an automobile when; the math granddaughter were alone in the yard. The mother put up a great right tmti-3 her.deaf and dumb brother- arrived. Tee kidnappers were fol- The mother was quite bad- tion for the most of -us, is what is to ly injured in the figat such time as the place where they have "reached they have 'become so saturated in crime and debauchery that it 13 impossible to .rescue tiheni, or until such time' as they have reach ed an earning capacity, when" thev are overworked and propelled to the place of rebellion and revolt A child placed In normal home con- ditions will, as a find -example and precedent guiding it naturally and without force into the channels of Tor Regal Shoe Queen Quality Don. explained, he asked' for an inveatiga- life are bound to result in its a normal citizen with nor- inal views of life and its reqiuxe, ments. Aid. Boyd' proposed 'in amendmeni that the matter be referred to ta-wa .wbicb did mecr -with favor, as it was declared it was not a question of risht; but one ot i sentiment, which matters- ol I j the j AW. Turcot remarksd that the tri- jcolor was used in Quebec to show that .'the people were a Frencft- colony in I The amenament of Aid. wag jfleoiared oat of by the Mayer. "The answer is obvious." said his worship. "There is but one re- and my opinion is that it TQe Children's Aid Society is con- serving the wealth of the nation in guarding the interests of the chifel and is building up nundreds of anas of dollars of producing capacity for which it deserves .unlimited -cred- if'and your hearty support The: Su- perintendent of Neglected Children Kdmonton, gives special attention to letters of inquiry from persons desir- ing to assist. Jack [would be better if the Untcn i were used, and no other flag.' j 'i'ne vote was called, and-after hrt'f i a dozen aldermen Juui voted In the-'xf- inrntatlve. the motion for an investi- gation was declared adopted. AMERICAN DEATH RATH w H- ON RECORD Washington, Sept. 23.-The death rate in the United States in 1909 was BIG GUN BURST ON I AMERICAN BATTLESHIP Wasningjon, Sept. Jjtr- get practice of the Atlantic fleet off the yesterday, one of the ibig twelve inch fifty ton of the 'battleship Georgia, burst on tirst range shot The muzzJe was firj as the forward end of the jacket' Mown OIL The crew miraculous- ly escaped injury. in each one thousand, accord- ing to a bulletin about to be issued by the census -bureau tie erage ever recorded lorThis" conntS" The total number of deaths record' was of which or over 54 per cent, were of males. Excel WILL TAKE ACTION AGAINST THE Sept. wsekly here published laat Sunday an -to a condition lent the ahowlng is ft New Fall Styles in both these popular makes now in They head the list for Wear, Appear- ance and Value f Get a "Regal" or "Queen Quality" for fall and winter. You will always wear them if you do THE FOOT TOGGERY SOLE AGENTS W. J. Nelson Co. ;