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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbridge Dally Herald We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us F Representing- North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and AccidehtCo. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver We are now offering a full section, fenced, fine creek, fine nice laying soil, four miles from elevator, -two miles irom post omcc Our price-is low, aue of co.urse our terms the easiest, iais a. rare opportunity for a man with-good outfit. It will, sell, Look us up today. We wait for the .land to pay for itself. FABM SECURITY CO. ALTA. GOOD INVESTMENTS IN CITY PROPERTY Lots 9 and 10 Block 4, Alexander Addition, each, terms. These lots are within 3 blocks of the new school and are the cneap- est lots in the city. If want a Dargain take them at once. 7 roomed Chouse corner McDuff and Glyn streets, terms. 3 lots-on Railway-Avenue, only ?300 each; good 5 acres :near fair grounds for rent, irrigated. W.H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson Block, 323 Round St. CHANGE IN A.R .41 SERVICE The Gardston Board of Trade Endorses ihe Proposed Time Table ion to suit the" and geese, hut' not the thresher men. There is near- ly half'the threshing to be done in this district. .Promising, coil lands are said to 'have been found twenty miles inland irom Wealthy "U. s. capitalists-are'interested. Snap! D.O YOU KNOW A SNAP WHEN YOU SEE ONE? North 1-2 Sec. 25, Twp. Range'14, .per acre; cash; balance to suit. 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 I- "Wffli J. "Phone 1069. 534 Crabb St. WHITE HAI-R AT THREE YEARS [Strange Case of Kentucky Boy Whose Hair Looks Like a Grandfather's Howling Green, Ky.? Sept. ter Hunter -Covington, aged seven, son of James -Covington, a- farmer, liv- ing near Bowling-Green, has hair whit- er than that of inasy' a--man His lather says his hair 'began to turn [grey when iie was a-little-past three j years old. and that since that time it has grown whiter .'every year. Tiie elder Covington says he can- not account for the because the ramily has never had serious trouble, and none of the child's relatives have oecome grey. Tne fooy's h'air is. very white on the top and well down-, the sides, but 'at the 'bottom it still .retains its' ehony cue. The lie is so-ashamed of his h-air at times-that he won't.-mix his -relatives. STORK VISITS TWINS Wethers Married on the Same Day. _. is'ew York, Sept. Clara Mit- wife of Max Mittleman, of H-ast 14th. street, >and Mrs. Mary Wax- wife of George Warcman, of 523 avenue, are twins. Their taer. has given birth to three sets of twins.- 'On Sunday Mrs. Mittleman iDecairig a mother, an-d on the same day her sister, Mrs. Wasman, also gave .birth to child. The Waxman toaby was a girl, and Mr. and Mrs. Wax man named her Hannah. Over at East 14th street, where the other ibaby arrived, the parents bestowed the name of Abraham on their first The mothers of .the children were married on the same day. RENO GAMBLING SOON October 1 Will See'', End ..of Open Houses in Nevada "Graveyard" Shift Ended. Keno, Nev., Sept. anti- gam'biling law will go into effect on October 1. As the result of a .meet- ing of -all the owners of gambling nouses, tne "'graveyard 3 to 8 'been discontinued for tne first time in the history of Reno. is'action reduces the expenses a night, and is the first step. toward tne closing of open gambling in Am- erica. Many gamblers are. preparing to leave Reno. fg ISOLATE, THE PASSENGERS faris, Sept. government nas issued an order that passengers on all rail-ways entering -Paris from- Austria and Raly be isolated, in the isercy depot for medical inspection, iietr.y is a quarter in the south east of Paris. JL to own an auto- mobile to appre- ciate this superb Overcoat. It's one of Fit-Reform's latest creations tKe "AUTO" -and 'its military air has quickly caught the fancy of the younger set. Made pf, elegant Scotch and Irish 'Tweeds up. i36 McKELViE Mc Sole Agents for Cardston, Sept. week a telegram was received Mr. D. S. Beach, the president of the Board of Trade, to the effect that a- change in the running of the trains .between .Lethbridge and Cardston was contem- plated; and that -Mr. Dilhnger would come out to learn'the wishes the people ..here. Later a -wire came stating -that .'officials'-.would 'be-here on Saturday afternoon-by four o'clock. Meantime, the 'business- people, of the town were canvassed as.tb their wishes, and a caucus meeting- was pointed for three p.m., on -Saturday, in'order to unite all parties if-possi- ble on one line of action. It was; pretty well decided before the meeting that a daily .passenger train-leaving here in the morning at about eight returning ar- rive here about p.m., tne great majority -better than-tbe pre- sent service. A 'full representation of the -business people, the agriculture Board 01 Trade, etc., was ,present .at tne meeting, three >p.m., Ssturday Beach, 'president of- the Q3oardrof Trade, took and'stated'that most of-'the people :bf Cardston''seem- ed to favor the train schedule as above given.. Mr. Wm.." red the as 'giving quicker It was oeelded.that'-in.the event o a change.- being proposed as to thi present .passenger and one mixed train each way the passenger service start from here in -the. morning. .The discussion scarce-ended, when-Mr. Dillinger, re- presenting the Board of- Railway 'Conv mission; Mr. Fl L. Nai-sniith. superin- tendent of the.A. R. I., and Mr. L. H. Jellilt, the previous and constant cnamplon of the farmers' interests, were introduced 'by Mr. Martin Woolf, Late president of the Board, of Without formality, Mrv Dillinger, at once stated that th-e present' service was not. paying, and the A. R. I. could not .be asked to continue it, that, However, a .passenger train and a treight mixed oe maintained daily, and the object of, tne present meeting was to get at the sentiment of the people here as to when and w.h-ere this train- should start. Mr. Beach informed- the -gentlemen of the decision arrived at 'by the ma- jority present, and remarks, were' made in favor of it by'Mr. S. M. Woolf. fostmaster R. V7. .Pilling, Mr. L. -H.. jeiliff, who made a strong plea for the 'best interests of the farming-pop- ulation of the district, and Mr. Wm. who opposed it, 'because of the greater number of hours required to get mail through. The matter was put to ling every man arose except tihe aloresaid gentleman, Mr. Lawrie, I wno was of "the same opinion still." Mr. L. H. Jellit'f proposed' a vote of appreciation to Mr. Diilinger for his interest in learning the wishes of the people, and to Mr. Naismith. for his presence and acquiescence in the pro- posed arrangement, which was-carried j unanimously. i Tlie visiting party then returned to their special train, conveying them 'back to Lethbridge. An opportunity was lost of express- ing the thanks of the meeting to Mr. L. H. Jeiliffs indefatigable labors for the -betterment of our train service and ireight rates. No one person has done more than he for such improvc- Imenrs. and in this connection and as I standing next conies the name or Mr. j N. Barker, tlie .present secretary 1 of the Board of Trade. Off for Spokane. A splendid exhibit from this district nas gone forward to the exhibition of tne Dry Farming Congress ai Spok- ane, and to-day Mr. E. N. Barker and Arthur Perry, a.s the special Board of Trade delegates, are leaving to take charge of the exhibit, Mr. Woolford leaves en Wednesday. TJiis district is to be congratulated on. having such a strong trio for its representatives. Weather topics are plentiful these succeeds stori" in a fash- HE CAME FROM BRANIFORB, ONT Wealthy Man .Shoots Wo- man arid Taea Takes AWAY FROM THE MADDING CROWD Delightful Resort at Wardnsr B-Cl-Picturesque the end of a close acquaintances of unknown .B: W. -Yates, a w-ealthy De iroit business., man, to-day .shot, and seriously, '-wounded -Mrs. Fred Singer, n a. Rocky 'winerooin, and two himself in the county .jaiL' f -the ...woman's attorney, is pleasantly situated- on tQe Kootenay river, and 'being on the Urow's Nest Pass Railway, .within easy access -6t L'ethb'fidge. -Situated amongst-, the 'mountains, at1- an alti- tude of feet, the, air is invigor- ating, and the surrounding scenery is a. grand, and. rugged nature. The view from the Wardner Hotel is..pecul- iarly la front flows the river, showing .at this time of the'year a beautiful azure'tint, and the charm .is- intensified-, by the" surrounding foli- age, wearing its latest autumn robe of russet and' old :gold: In tne distance.is a serrated line of moun -tain-peaks, some, fourteen in number, the highest of.-them clad in a thin .mantle of snow. Billman. was closeted with i'ates' "twoc.sons, .for several, hours. The --rssult'voE'ithe- interview not absolutely re- fused--to or its cause. A. W. and H. teems with i'. from Detroit --jiere and-'there a-lusty Boon as the-news oi'lhe shooting reacti Here truly is .a-.rest-for the orairi- weary and tired, worker' in. cities, wnere, a'way i'roiii-bricks and-mortar, he -can contemplate nature in its1 na- and silent grandeur.- The river ed'-.them; and tfcejbody of their father was. identified shortly afterwards as it lay in Suicide Xates was 48 "years of age-and mar- ried. He was chairman of the board of directors of the Business 'Men's Pub ilshiBg Co., of was owner and And here--and. there-a Here is a -diversion for those of sport ing -proclivities, rout this is not all lor a dish of .bear's me-at on the mem 'of the hotel lunch, suggests -that, tb er aims, and ambitions'for th V Down tlie stream logs of dtwii I'rom Fort Steele.So PLACE ORDERS NOW For your wants from: the Nursery. Plant late in October and not nest spring. Be sure aid include a few eight foot Eussian Poplar'in your for shade and windbreaks. Special price 85c each, per dozen to yirtir station Our Large Comet and our -Black Champion are premium winners, and perfectly ad'apted to "prairie "Two years, dozen and express r'.. 'prepaid. .-v.v per dozen arid-express "prepaid.. _ y "We prepay- We guarantee; oiir goodss N v We want to-m We want'to'-please Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries B. 0. iian-ager'.cf, possessed !exj .be tiiiten1 up and fashioned for.'the use near or man mills of' the Crow's _ _ Nest This is It'is to the''latter place that his body [a. large and-important industry, pre- tensive lum'ber. holdings lord. Ontario. will toe removed to-niorrow by permit of the coroner.' Mrs. .-Singer, i'oraierly a resident of Detroit, tiul lately residing in a. Cleve land hotel, is the' wife of a travelling and, is related by marriage to- men prominent in Cleveland af- tairs. She and Yates spent yester- day afternoon and evening in an auto- moDile. At .midnight last night they went to a road house at Rocky River, a western suburb of the city. Four hours later a quarrel occurred in a 'grill room across the street from tne .place first visited. Orders Tsxicafa; Is Shot. Mrs. Singer, according to the bar- keeper on duty, ordered a taxi cab ty telephone, against Yates' protest, and ten minutes later the shooting red. :.lrs. Singer was shot through the and through tooth Jegs. A policeman and the-'barkeeper dis- I armed Yates. "I fired two of self, fout Yates told Marshal Koy .Martm. the five shots at my- aad Yates was taken to the Cleveland -Strong and lusty, with no evidence of He hanged himself on a low being touched by frost and showing special sided over :by Mr. P. Lund. Work is carried during the summer under, truly ideal .and the river freezes in the winter is transferred to' Galloway, to which place the necessary lumber is car- ried by rail. The company makes "a of mining props, and ties. All around the town are vast tracks of .land eminently suitable for fruit growing, and Mr. Lund has not only great faith in the possibilities of the soil, but lias also utilarian ideas as to (tne disposal of the land. He has built for himself a palatial residence in the midst of the -pine trees, the walls of wnich are panelled with the-polished larch and pine of his mills. It was a pleasure to the writer to -be shown the elegantly 'built and fur- nished mansion, and, accompanied by, Mr. Lun-d, he went around the sur- rounding land to see living evidences of successful fruit culture. Here are over 200 acres, already cleared of timber, and irrigated. Some 21 acres are already planted -with var- ious kinds of apple, plum, cherry and ance over the mountain-tops, the canyon meanders'.the; Elk river, 'a j i glorious stream "with its; series of .-beau tiful. falls. In its clear waters are op portunities lor hooking 'many trout. Everything around- is vpeacefuL j and rural, can lea-d tbe-sim-j. pie life of fishing and lazing, or, the strenuous one. of tracking 'big- game.: lilre Letlibridge. are- in fortunate in having such resorts in easy travelling distance. .MAKES 100 MILES AN HOUR T.. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate, aridr financial .Brokers.; -rAgents Diamond City i-Totmsite. T. N. Christie, Notary: Diamond. Ind., Sept. nandle -passenger train No.: 12, arriv- ing in this -city from 'Chicago at 3 a.m.' to-day, from Kouts at the ra'te of 100 miles an -hour. The' train con- sisted of eight coaches." It left Chi- cago twenty-seven minutes late and arrived nere on time. BOOM WHITE TO HEAD MINERS occur- Springfield, 111., Sept P. wnite, president of the Iowa, miners, lor international president: Frank J. Hayes, of Illinois, international vice- pre's'ldent, to succeed himself, and Wil- liam Green, of Ohio, former president j of the miners of that state, for inter-' national secretary-treasurer. This ___0 ._.__., is the slate the "insurgent" miners iron rod in the wash room, using his Promise of developing into fine fruit jwill place in tne field in opposition The woman was taken to a -Hospital' otncr fruit. The young trees looked Illinois Insurgents in Union Select iowa Man to Make Pres- ident, Fighting Lewis. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Asquith Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE.-ALTA. J handkerchief as a noose.- jjystery surrounds the relations of the man and woman, who have been acquainted, it is admitted, for some' time. Mrs. Singer has been estrang- ed trom her iuisband for months. Her condition is reported at the hos- pital as serious. She was unable to make a statement. Sickness is usuaSy caused by the accu- mulation of waste matter and impuritiet within the body. Morse's Indian Root Pills, enable the bowels, the kidneys, thelungs and the pores of the skin to throw off these impurities. Thus they prereist or cure dis- ease. 25c. a box. bearers. the least feature of interest was the kitchen garden, where one saw some head of gigantic cabbagg in prime condition; mangels some two parsnips approaching IS in- ches in length. Here, indeed, was a pleasant spot man's labor and re- laxation. The land under culture is tne nucleus of an experimental farm. it is the intention of th-e Lund Land Sand Development Company.to place lots on the market when fully Beared of timber, irrigated and .planted, so that purchasers should save time, la- I bor and 'expense in making the land ifit for 'culture. The idea is that the stock in trade is, so to speak, on view. with ocular evidence of the possibil- ities of a lucrative industry. As to j market facilities, in one -direction the Kootenay Central Railway to Golden, connecting the C. P. R. main line eliminates the change to -boat and laie trartic. i-Yotn Wardner to Blko is a short cry, and hero again one meets with the same beauties of mountain, stream and rvoodland. To one who has trav- jeUed in Switzerland, it is difficult to that -he in an Alpine village, and-the'Very tinkling of the cow-oell gives a realistic touch to his vision. The mountains around are closer in than at Wardner, and though lends enchantin-ent' to the still there is an added Beauty in these nearer peaks. Sitting on the "stoop" of th-s Elk Hotel of an evenifig, it is truly sublime to watch the moon slowly making its appear- Jto the ticket supported -by Internation- al President Lewis, who has 'been op- BARGAINS 3 lots on Norman S200 each. Terms. 2 lots, block 148, each terms. 4 lots, block B, London Road, each. Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Go. Phone 1191 Ott block; posed by the Illinois organization ;for a numfoer of years. iberta Rail and I r r i gati on Co. Are ottering for sale tke cheapest lots on tke market eacn situated north of tke track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ;