Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
MM I. T-JIR: LKTJIUIM WJK DAILY Page 3. Tor Leth- We have licon nppoinLcil bridge and district, The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lots 34 and 35.. Block 26, Duff Addition, netir Queen Victoria i'urk, on water ai'd sewer, at the pair. Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. INVUKAflCE Wilkie Kerr Macdonald Block Lethbridge reprcscnl mily I Jin luisl. the followiim1 i- .lasses of insiiniiK.'e. LIFE.' EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. FIDELITY GUARANTEE. TEAMS' LIABILITY. FIRE INSURANCE. SICKNESS. WORKMEN'S COMPEN9A- TION. ELEVATOR INSURANCE. PLATE GLASS. AUTOMOBILE INS, GRAIN INSURANCE. Knll I'nrlici'ilnr.s on .Ren J) The New Wholesale District I own several bargains in Warehouse Property in the new wholesale district with or without private spur See me at once if you want a bargain T. S. MACKENZIE Dealer in Farm Implements There is not a drone annuls itlioni. This succors for the j season's work. t alimil the jironiist'il or jliuard u-allt Trout Hroiithvny io tlie Ac- ladeiny? li will (onie. for it way promised by i brenk word. li'.p.se who never Six little Hello Girls in the Musical Farce "The phone Girl at the Majestic this Evening FOR SALE That most desirable 7 modern bungalow, standing' 0.11 two 631 13th. St.'South' (Westminster price Terms The H. MACBETH AGENCY CLARESHOLM NEWS KNIGHT ACADEMY NOTES j A water sjytcm will bu installed in the- Academy at, uusd-: od improvement, -luniior Christian j has the work in j Several students iitivc roistered Slowly, hui. surely, in- I umhers. Harvesting over, i ill .comf in mvsat and meeting with an in-j new paralysis sut in, t'larcsholni, Sept. funeral: took' place lotlay of Erick 0. thu-inlunnunt being made- in j Five-Mile cemetery. About ten Mr. Gallic fell off his wagon on hers. arriving hoiue, owing in. his stepping f. On Thursday first, practical cle- on a loose hoard which he was using j nionsiration. work, wjiy done in the for jury to his spine and hr passed away on Tuesday Tin; deceased was horn in Nor- wav, bill camp to ihe Stales us a yoiinir man and after Farming in Da- kota for .sotr.i' years lie made Alher- his hnme, where In: had been very successful. Deceased leaves a 'widow and ;hree turns. Ole, and Edwin, Tht1 chaiiCi: nf getting natnnil ga.s j ing. a. cut of Hie. buildlny. All being between twenty and 11 thirty students of tlie Academy will I write the depart mental ex; nations next .lune. 1. M. Coombs, .Canada's a went foi hv D-eELMvit News, visited thn Acad- emy on and ypofce. to the students briefly rflong the lines of student, activities. HKKK fS A MOXHV MAKKK l-i' IVc! by fed. on walcr. nncl Jjii'lif. Price Nortri Letlibridge Realty Co. next, i licrc. their jiiiius good to the -people Hoard of Trndt1 mectiuii at forthcoming nifuling on Tues- day arc. Lo talu'- up mailer, of tlie coal (Mir cdiior, H. Duncan, is llii'SL1 day si as hr lias both the Claivslmltn and Ibe IT-! ciniiU' insUi'Utrd Ha ions KutcrpriSi1 j. DETECTIVE GOES UP FOR TRIAL Reglna, SasU., Sept. of the ThieJ IJ'at.ecfive ser- vice, of Winnipeg1, appeared in jio- domestio aeience department. Iice tourt tllis Afternoon to answer The girls enjoyed Urn experiencB lo a Charge of unlawftilly fabricatiiiB lioroiighly. Mfes recently in arson case of Hex VB. from Chicago University, has tlw i BoUo11 ignited in the work in charge. ''''le man Bplton in the Supreme Instructor Ponl-son, with his claca j Coun Crispen elected to or eager M industrioiisly oecu. be tried by "a judge and Jury and 'was pied in t.h? 'mechanic arts I room. 'dcpiirtincut for] practical results. On Friday-evening last, the inem-; hers of th'j faculty gave a comiilimcn1'.-' ary evening to :the good people" of: Htirling. The programme coiiaisLad j of readings by our elocutionist and "solos, duets, 'quartettes and short talK'a by other members of the faculcv 'SPANISH committed for trial. Frank 'C.. Slecle, of Magrath. erst- jwliife reijorloi-ial iiuill-puslier for the llorald. Academy willi- in a days. Frank will, prove si ADDITION Lots'. 1 to 10. Hlk. each Lots I io Blit. 2S........................J2IIII nach Lois 25 to HO. Hlk. 10.................'. ......S300 ifadi Lots S io 12. Blk. 1-1........................5.100 nach Lola 35 Io -10. Hlk. Mi.........................WHO nncll Lots III mid 20.' Blk. (i. ......'lilOO each Next Friday afternoon t.lra faculty j gymnasium, in SERENADE PROMPTLY SECURES POSITION SHOW COMPANY Miss ..hmiiita Cinarrex is a show girl willi "The Telephone who cannot speak a word of Knglisli, but KO 911 -the Hinge to relieve him of further hnrclen. Whfin gl.t-. apjtired foi- a mamiyer conliin't. undorjtMnd lier de- sirpg, lull look tl for granted she wished Io sing for him. This she did, and as soon as yiie had sung four nicittlires of a dainty Spanish whieli played for herself, he said: "That's enough; you'll do all risht." -Mr. WooJfolk, her manager, thinks :iho has a future in grand oirera.' Tliy Telephone Girl" will lie seen at tlie .Majestic Theatre this evening. ahte iiartj in the play, a pretty story, and a domestic story of. sim- plicity and sweetness. If you have the hlues, hecaine life Is not satis- fying, by all ureaiu go anil and you will come away feeling as though it was Juit thing the doctor should have This js a real metropolitan attrac- tion, anil the identical company that played the big for there' is only one "Von Yon-son" company tbat The sale of seats be- Saturday at fiochon's. ROYAL WELSH LADIES Made i Hit at Appear at the Theatre on Friday, October 6 All the voices are and mel- low, and the emotional sinsing of huth soloists and choivs was fascln- iting in the dt'snest degree. The B.udience was almost; wildly enthus- astic, and almost every number of the long programme was encored, to which generous tssponses were made. !o strong was the appreciation of lie cone-art, that a return engage- ment fits suggested, and preliminary arrangements made that may.lead to t definite decision in the affirmative. Citizen. "Hits Quarrcz can sing.- and is Vv cut tsliinjj; has bcR'-'ii iitc fa'nVi'- SODII kiio'.v i he 'extent qf ihiiir Whili- the quality mjiy miiitsinm, in Jn-nructor .Wooir leading soprano of the ent'amhle. Us a will bo j. Slie nlugs in lOnglish' too; just j by I ;i "YON For at, least once in the history of arc to hava- a. good, lonesl theatrical attraction. that vill appeal (.0 all classes of theatre- C-ers, and make them ft.yl tlint life, rter all, Ig1'worth" living. "Von that mc-ot. laiighjihie tf all Swedish dialect plays, .will1 c-an at the Alajestic Thea'icj, for two lights, next 'Monday and Tuesday. .Mr. David Rnmstrom, who. plays lie part, of Von Yonson. ssnrroiiiu a company of ten playcra, -i-.i an INSURANCE AND COAL HULL BLOCK, Next. A.R. I. i ciiat :s he is there. It tunuiu I, the lack JUIe rqllowad'by bnll.'o opera will be given by tire music deparlnuiiit the lalier part of.Ocio- -To miss (bis opera, is to ini-'g j so is very tiiifnr- i J oue oP the important -ibings ivhici make life Df sunshine dc- now fnr ;i iWljted'boost for the culling till frosts became pi'fiva- t'ur the Acad-emy has body of industrious Irni. Tiic .stfjiif for I In- nrw (Irpol arrivi-d ami it .should .soon lit1 -1 me of our American songstrecaes i'i'ni sing in Italian, anil "can't speak It. JMiSfi-Qua-iTox is of Spanish though, boni iii M'jxico, ami it UT.U during the recent revolution in that country that har father, having lc-3t all be jiosscssed, Fled to the United States. Mo landed penniless in Kl IJaseo, and bis daughter to actor with n metropolitan rcputa.-i.ion, E3c6nd to no actor Yonsoif is a play ibat can be find acted in th-3 largest, or smallest city in -the land, and giy-u iho -Mtrn'oKi, satisfaction. It contains a nnnibcr of la.iifibj that would do credit to a half ordinary plays. Nor only is the character of Yon Ypnson ex- tremely laughable, with hs -Swodisb sayuigs and odd mannoruiiniy but tlvere are several other highly laugh- any talc une lo be Ihankfnl for and iliat is tlutl tlicro i.s no neccssitv i for bye-election in (.'larcsliolm Glee- j mini Dirilrici. The result-of the. re- cctil election was satisfactory so fur, j as iiv 'Ihr'Tlare'slioini ciis-' j triet an- uimcmuMl, iliey Dr. j ;ui majoriiy of 1158, town giving l-'i .of Ih.i. The- A. B. McDon- ald iK last election, hut the poll "was lira'.icr, so thai really the 11X1- jjoni, tlii., time rcpre.scnts larger jiuajurity in 1! said thai tlte doicat. (if reciprocity j.s-: fa .ii'.-ai ilisanitoiuiineni in (MR t'iirni-i jnrs llii.-i district, ivlm had hoped-for! jih'- market and bet Icr ''prices for turir fauns.. j MONEY TO LOAN On-Improved farm lands and city uropcrty. Cheap Lots for Sale One In! In Duff Addition, nn and sewer, balance per mnnih. Two lots, Hlock 90, each; terms. 73x125 feet on 2nd Avenue with' house, fully moricrn 17000; terms. The C. B. BOWMAN Agency Acadia Block. Phone 1328. DONALD McNAB A CANDIDATE Seiil. date of iiom- j Inntlon I'or ill! lira ofiiccs unficr l.lu .v.irisilli-lion of District IS. IT. A., wns Seplonilinr nnd all the liresont llnve bORii seioct- ail an candidntvj with the -axcoption of Chns. Cinrner Ire.sipnnfl) nnd for Iho positions hnlil hy iiim as Intnr- Hoard .Member are several aijpii-anuj. among arc: IJoes. of Gladstone I.oeal, h'er- nie; .1. A. Tiipper. MiiFincr: Tom Hurries, .Michel: William Graham, Col'jnian; Kvnns. rrilllk: .lohn .IniiEF, Ilillcrcot: .McNnli. I.eth- .AW YW'OUTE! SEEN ME W.M.ISAC.ED BILLIE THE OLD ?UNP TO THE. WHAT'. YOu'vt KEN RACING- YOUR FACE AdO YOUR CLOTHES' THEY ARE A' SIGHT. YOUE. FATHER SHALL LEAHIM OF SEE. THE. CONDITION OH, TOrtHT IS IN1 IT IS IS FUL YOU FLOW MUST OO OF ANIMAL CHEAP 160 acres im- proved near Kipp Only cash balance easy W.R. DOBBIN 310 7th St. Lethbridge Insure Your Grain Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance written at current See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel BIG ATTENDANCE AT PROVINCIAL UNIVERSITY Slralhf.-ona. Sept. Mence Imiidlnj; -of the linivereily of Alberia, the fliat building to ne.com- on th'3 grounds, has opened UK doors to stud-ants of all i C'latued and fHCllltifj! Retfgtration for tne fourth .aemion of the, univer- sity fomrnencfrd and 'louts wnn: enrolhil. ..MnnV more alii- i climts :irr'i-.-gislc'riiiK (orlny ami in-j i'TO ihai die total 'enroll-1 men I for die session will, ho close to1 I7.i as corapnrnd ivlth n tolal enroll- mf.nl of 129 Issl The Norn-elglan liai-RO. liccord Hclgn ivraukxl wjnly mllc-i from Sydney, .V, 8., .ilnrlng n I'isrec ila; les; -oisnly sl.i- i-lorr.i, will iicrti.nc n lolnl loss. 160 Acres 5 miles I'niin ('liiiin- ii HO iicfcs lirok- cn. well iinpvovt'd: well.' clc. Price ciisli. l''or In Iho Cascadtn Land Co. WOULD HATF. THINK Th'AT A Of >MNt FIT FOR. AN'CELS YOU HAD BtTTE-R GO SEE. WHAT TOflHY DOING.. IBtUev'E .h'E UP.TO 00 TO THE AT ONCE. AND CLEAN Off EVERY BIT Of DIRT ON YOUR CLOTHES AND FACE! s-.kyriN.o. ABOUT TOMnY! WHAT ARE I YOU DOING WITH OH NOW WHAT IS'THE USE ot FRETTING- 60Y5 WILL et: SOYS City Property EXCHANGE I bare 2 fully modern now houses; close in, tbat we cnii take vi tmall j cash payment, with eome good loti or 'small cottage as balance. Farm Property EXCHANGE lialf section of good land, a few miles from proposed suit ion on Weybtirn line, which will built to this jioint. next spring. Hy in land, about. A pay- ment of fSOO.no to be made this fall, flood property wanted. This is' ffj.OO per acre Jess than surrounding land nf samo quality. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co.