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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Frldiy, Dumber 'THE LETHBRtDtaS DAILY HERALD 1 LOT IN BLOCK 22, DUIF ADDITIOJf-Tlus lot has 'u, .excavation, for a cellar one- Jiaii cash; balance 3 ahd6mos. at 8 per cent. jn Block 12, for the 3 and G-rn'os.. S per cent. in Block Add" S425 pair; 1225 cash; Mance.3 and 6 8 per cent. FOR 6 room cottage to rent, f urnished, for .three months. Very close in- -S45 a- month to suitable tenant. CALL AND GET ONE OF OUR MAPS OE Phono Ti l JU T. F.C L Representing: North American Life Atiurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co., Phoenix Assurance" Col, Ltd., of London. Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, High River, Nantoh, and Jialf, Block 149; ou water; quarter, cash; balance 4, S ind 32 momhs. 2 lots, .Duff Addition, close to new school; each; one-third cash.; balance 3-and .6, mos.. ;r Lot and half Brunton .St., sewer and. good terms. 'or modern Iiouse close snap. R. V. GIBBONS CO, Phone 1191 Ott Bloeli THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE..... LOANS SHERLOCK conifer ot and .London at each. 6'lotsln Block 26 Duff Add., close to new school at 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing DON'T MISS. THE' 25p, c; DISCOUNT in Force on All of. Cornell Travis' -r Swells-Stock of Fiuiiisk- :g ings Slid Furs: SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP 320'-acres of Stirling, only per acre. 320 acres near Taber, only. per acre. room semi-modern, house on'lot. 87 1-2, x 125, good barn, oh' Best built house in city. balance ..on 35; foot London Road, 1-3 balance easy terms. '_ THE INVESTMENT ROOM ALBERTA 771 u; MEMORIAL TO MISS NIGHTINGALE To Take'Form ot Proviii- ing Pension Fund for Xiirscs .London, Dec. .question of the provision of a scheme for giving pensions to nurses when they'are no longer able" to carry on their benefi- cial owing either to increasing age, or-because, they have not been to" save enough for a.livlihood, has for some time -been, one of -prom- inence in the nursing world. At the time of -Miss. Rlorence Night- ingale's death it was thought toy many that the opportunity for the'realiza- tion, of .-the proposal had come. For. H: whatvbetter way could the.memory] of' the? illustrious pioneer of be; than by enabling' the thousands of those 'engaged in 'her own beloved profession to .be. freed from 'worry, and anxiety -as age began to 'creep upon them. With object in .view a letter was, sent to the press as soon after death as August pwagca them- )unded the seives to. support him. The meeting RIRIE OUT FOR MAYORALTY Two Slates: Will Entei Miuiicipal Contest J. B, Ririe has announcea -_ms intention of entering the in to 0. A. Wool- ley for the mayoralty bhair. This decision was reached when Mr. Ririe met with a strong delegation of citi- zens -iwho pledged them- 22 last -by the lady who founded.the Army .and" Navy Male Nurses' Corpor-f e iast. is now con- ih which'The Sdea of the pension local politicians, fund tor hospital-trained' nurses was a iot -contesfc-is expected, put forward. Since that time the idea 1S tQe new opposi- has -developed "into: .what-" is known ful1 in the the, IinperiaL Memorial, to Miss Night- known fact -tilat oDjecC is .that nf Uomicmor .Bingbam, who' was turned, for. national support for fund to 'be-on; Lots 1 and 2, Block 66, Five lots, Block.V.; close to Victoria Park, eaca. Four lots (corner) Alexander, Asqtiitti Lindsay Real Estatevand. Financial 'Brokers P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1183 POLITICIANS ARE LOCKING HORNS i Many Sage payings Are Sprung on British j London; Dec. following are some of the: outstanding platform re- marks made today ,by rival politi-j J Lord iliddJeton at. Bradford: "The government hope's to "toll up" Home Kule with .secular.. education, a vin- dictive licensing, and free traae. They would not carry one of four by a Hon. at "The .con's titutionalists are put ting the old constitution, into the inelt- ng. pot, and proposing changes much more far 'reaching- and; drastic than those the Balfours policy would throw a stumbling block XOOK THESE OVER 0 Lots on Ernest Bonipas Command. Price each. On good terms. S.RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. with.- the.Lamp, for 'rendering: pecun- ,iary. assistance to aged It is pointed ,out that even ,at. middle age there are -few appointment open to who .have spent, time in public service! A ..nurse's .career is necessarily j the-public, demand the- ser- ivir up-to-date watched interest. J: L. Kong, general manager o Hong Bros.. Co., Winni I ofV Canada agents for -the Avery Co., "is. in town this week, the guest of G. W Mr. Hong :repprt's; "business verj this Mr. Heat] man; and this'leaves a .small margin sliaw in two i rPh J..TL' j lor.even a provide 150 a year and Canadian .West, T. N. CHRISTIE A CO. Rtal and Financial 'Aceatg 'Diamond City, Loant T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Oiauona Olty, ESCAPED FROM "OFFICER WINNIPEG LIVE STOCK er portion of her The Imperial scheme has received very wide and influential support. The 'idea of the organizers" is to make the Memorial an Imperial one Dec. receipts at .the, widest sense of the word. It the stock yards here today uot onl-" people ih this country who 200 cattle, 800 hogs. The cattle appealed" to, but thise in every market continues .strong in spite tue Overseas Do- light receipts. Six head of choice but- India, .and the Crown Colon- cher steers from Elgin, Man., were'.Ies' anc' tlle smallest subscriptions sold for per cwt., which was' be welcomed. Everyone who has highest price paid, for some time. These steers were-really exporters, a year an near ".relations ..often claim "the 'great- i and .are "brignt for another __ ___ :_ i." _ i siififjpssfnl -VOHT- i. j successful, year. Franklin Rich, who was thrown .a horse the other day, and re- Special-Officer Ashman, of the, C.'P. R., 'was. returning- to this city, last night-: with-two men who had broken into -a -car and "stolen some beer, when they both escaped by ducking H', moving- train. Officer Ashman, re- ported t the escape' to the police head- quarters aiid Chief Gillespie found that one of the named 'Robinson, alias had" a -room 'in the Chef Cafe. Search-of-the room disclosed! considerable stolen' property in the} way goods and which the chief confiscated. but all the stock coming in now is -be- ing sold as .butcher cattle, as the ex- port trade is really over. A few oth- er sales were reported at and and the majority, of good but- cncrs went from -'to med- ium from to and poor from ?3.00 to Receipts of-hogs were in any way hehel'itted "from the kind- ly administrations of a nurse in any part of the world may, if they so wish, send a donation, however small. ceived, A very nasty.-'bruise on nead, is able to be around-again. the MUST TONE SALOME DOWN Chief of Police Objects to "Head Scene" in Grand Opera and Calls a Halt Fl-ELDING IN VIRGINIA Plot Springs. Va., Dec. W. S. Fielding, Minister of Finance in the Canadian cabinet, arrived at the Home- T'-'.UV TV.VU. ut nere liberal, -but the demand is from Ottawa with ally strong, and all sales -were -Fielding and Miss Florence Field- ------w _._ T t. JJ-LO-LtC I at cwt. off the cars at Win- ins> Tbe wealher here is jthere have been flurries of-snow. Chicago. Nov. offi- cial' criticism from the Chicago police through .Chief of" Police Steward, the production of in which Mary Garden had twice ap- peared here, was withdrawn from the rand opera programme on Fridav night. Tne chief of police informed the management that offensive features, particularly the "head" should be toned down. n the Liberal John Burns at West 'StfuthVarlc: Let the Local Government Board of. nd I 'will change "the -face ot" the co'un try; i. Tvould have the Walter atu L'amb" "Those to the, referendum, -are 'af- aid of a particular question -being put irectly to .the. Crewe, .at. Devonport: "As to he there as been a of for- ign !a :clasped with! greater "bosom of any- body 'than tnis'reJCer'enduni Balfour and his. friends. No horse, which comes'out-of: thestable of so astute a man as.Balfour should -be accepted unless IJuKe of "is, the ruler .of the present he, in turn, is Patrick an I'm prepared to'. "be ruled hy'you, biit'ril be hanged" if, I am going'to submit to-the" domination of those who are enemies of our j countrymen, and who cheered de- feats ill South Africa." Austen Chamberlain, at nave.seen many proposals for-Home Kule, -but there kind never seen proposed -by That! is, Home Rule where the Irish pay the cost ot" their own Mr. Haldane, at Berwick: "The ref- erendum is an unworkable system. Balfour says he is ready to refer tar- i I'f reform to a referendum. That Is he more odd. because the proposal to refer tariff reform was denounced by GREAT BARGAINS We have 26 lots left iri: our block near the old Fair Grounds which we-are selling If or "5100 per lot, cash, and per month, ,or for two lots per month. -These lots are .'worth, much, -moie, but to close-out the block we will sell for a few days, .the rest of the lots at price named. W. IL JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson Block 323 FIFTJ-TSTREET PLACE ORDERS NOW For .yoiir wants f Plant late in October arid nbtnestv spring. a few eight foot shade and Special price l5c per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Oiir (Red) Currant and OUT Black Champion: are prendnm winners, highest.quality and perfectly adapted to "planting, f -Two years, feoO-pei dozen and express prepaid. TJiree years, 13.00 per dozen a ad exrxress prepaid; 'We' prepay express charges. We .guarantee our goods to grow. We Tpantlo mail.our price list to you0 We want, to ple'ase you. Orders Now Kooteiiay Valley Nurseries Lake, B. C. FOUR INJURED IN FIRE Cure nree colds, heals qmlcfcly slots conghs. cures colds. frrvT11 throat mad 25 ccnte. In5 injuries. Ottawa. Nov. 'broke out in the home of William Cattral, a garden- er, living on the Richmond Road, and as a result Cattral, his sister, Mrs: ilaggie Strain, and bis wife and child i are in the Protestant hospital suffer- QUAKE AT VICTORIA GORES MAN TO DEATH Fargo, .N D., Dec. Pilkiej01' 3osing votes" ,ome Unionist peers only the other and by a good deal of the "On- ohist press. You cannot send down o the electorate a. question of that :ind, unless you are going to have the whole machinery of a-general el- ection.'' Hindlip, at Taunton; "Win- ston Churchill is permitted to detr the suffragettes, because'he 's.a Beer as a Universal Drink of tke Future Considering the rapid increase in the" popularity of beer during the 'last fifty years, many very able writers do not hesitate to it will be the universal drink of the future. Even in southern climates, where wine has had its strongholds .for beer is gaining ground rapidly. France, the greatest wine country of them all is fast becoming converted to its use. "ALBERTA'S PKIDE BEER" represents, the great Twentieth Century achievement In brewing that has made beer so generally popular. Much of our success may be laid to" the superiority of the water we .use, although all our in- gredients are of the very highest standard of excellence: Best Can- adian Malt beit Bohemian Hops. 1 he LethDndge Brewing and Malting Co. Limited PHONE 554 Birrell was put U Uged 'Hi. one of the wealthiest resid- by a blcm" lrom a :velvet slippei Dec. earthquake ents Of Kichland county, was Jiterallv for lne same reason- Do you think shocks, the first slight and the sec- j.disembowelled by a bull on his CnPPen flad possessed a hundred ond very distinct, were felt here last six miles west of Christian, N D oni-votes' tne government would have night. The first was at 11.58 p.m. and Sunday night. He was in fearful" ag-1nanged himr the second immediately afterwards, j ony for several hours, death cominV Sir A" sPicer' "speaking to his con Windows rattled and pedestrians were inis rnoraiag. He came to the norll> -stjtuents at North Hackney, said that startled but no damage was done. 'west cis Unionist-opponent, F. Cassel. K C.. had suggested that Canada should mind her own" business, and'that the colonies should have no voice in the question "of Home Kule. Laurier Knew ihat on all questions between Canada and- the Mother Country, so long as this open sore remained un- heaied, the'irishmen of the Dominion would throw their. weight into the scale against the Old Country. will be held in s Hall North Lethbridge, on Friday, December 2nd at 8 o'clock sharp All prospective candidates are invited to attend to. give their Views on Civic Matters NEW ENGINE'ALRIGHT Monu-eal, Dec. huge 130 ton locomotive recently built by the Angus sliops as an experimental on heavy ryraies ii: Mie Rc-ckj fountains has proved suc- cess that the C. P. R. management oave ordered five loc'omoiivcs. the sanie type to 05 built for 6e- :h-ery early next year. These -ire adopted as for WHERE THEY WILL VOTE _SATURDAY London, Dec. the first pollings on Saturday next will be the roilowing London boroughs, the name of the government candidate -coming tlrst, and the final figures showing tne party majority at the last general election: Camberweli, Macnamara S. H. Goldsmid; 1 CamberweU, Richard- H. C. Gooch; Unionist, 83. uambenveii. Hall; unionist, :MIS. -L. Leon, Ian Malcolm; jnionist, Stiored-itch, Cha'n-j cellor, Hon. R. Guiness, Liberal, 45G. j Shoredircc, ''rancis; Liberal, 1 Newington, A. -Dawes; I L E. BelJicos; Liberal, jyo. j Newtngton, C. V. Brockes; Liberal, 412. j West Ham, F. G.' Master-! man. Wild: Liberal, STO. West Ham, S.i W. Lebeart: Labor, i For Sale est Street. Each buys 2 cor-' ner lots oh Ern- each buys 2 lots on, Ernest, street, close in. G. A. Peat Co. Genera! Insurance Loans Macdonald Blk. Phone 570 CANAL NECESSARY .Montreal. Dec. Montreal mountain work. The hauling capacity city council unanimously passed a re-.: is twice that of ordinary locoraotives. sojution endorsing the construction of. the Georgian Bay canal as a work of: national necessity. A memorandum; to this effect will be sent to wa government, praying that no time! be lost in undertaking the work. i OBJECT TO TOPIC Grand Forks, N, D., Dec. lias been receivoc! by the North Dak- ota university debating authorities1 an- nouncing that the University of -Mani- toba had refused to accepv. the que- stion proposed for f.tit: annual debJitO between the two "institutions. AS a result, the board of control today ap- pointed a new subject. The question, rejected by the Manitoba university had to