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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta V TMft LE1MBRIOOI DAItf KII.ALU. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1909. FAGt THKM THE HERHLD-S RBHL- ESTRTE MHRKET Same Old had Move in Four. Years Buys and Sells City J. 4. 5 LEVEL RESIDENCE east facing, in Block each; each cash; bal. 6 and 12 months. POLlfiCAL FIGHT IS UNDER WAY ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK ft Thiee Lots corner Westminster Road and Charles Street, each, terms 1 R.V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK London, .Dec. only reference to the political crisis in the spec'-h of prorogation was contained m the clause addressed to the House of Commons in which the King thaniceJ the members for the adoption of 'he province for the- national expendi- tures. This concluded j "I regret that.the provision j proved beyond this the I {speech made the usual K. _jthe visits of foreign severe pis, friendly relations with foreign. ers, and legislation passed during the session. In the matter of foreign re- lations the speech continued TO MAKE SENATE .RESPONSIBLE Ottawa, Deer H. Mc- Lean, Liberal member for South Huron, gives notice of resolu-. tiqn to effect: "That in the opin- ion of this house the Dominion Senate us at present constitut- ed, is not in accordance with representative institutions of this country and the govern- ment should take necessary proceedings to have it made representative and directly re- sponsible to the people." It is rumored that Sir Allan is to succeed Lord Strallw'oiiA. as high commissioner for Great Bii- tain. "The difficulties which unfortunate- i -I ly arose in Southeastern Europe in T the autumn of a year ago have re- SEVEN BOOHS MOs ON TWO LOTS SIX BOOMS MODERN.'. ON 1 WO LOTS CLOSE IN AND GOOD 'TERMS f The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH X I suited happily in a practical soJftioui {for the maintenance c? peace, the constitutional: regime in make satisfactory I I H'l j key continues to progress." "Subject to certain reservations M j made by my plenipotentiaries at j! 'time of signature, I have to ratfy the conventions which resulted from j __ 1 J mm ITI while i X Tu'r- -f f T JL T i m n n n t mi i H-'-': fi ATTENTION YOU HOUSE HUNTERS FULLY -MODERN HOTJSE-Just finished at Courtland cash easy. Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 2nd floor Johnson Block, next Balmoral Hotel Phone 230 Excellent. i t I T Single Lot on Bruce Stre-t buy at Lot bn Pine MONEY TO LQAJ4 Freeman, Macleoji': and Graham Phone m LETHBRIDGE P.O. 679 I A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for J sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, i Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 the-conference, held at the-Hague in 1907. -Agreements with Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Portugal .have been renewed, for a further term of five years and qthar agreements about to expire are in the process of Lloyd-George Confident JL the luncheon j of the National Liberal Club Mr. j T T Lloyd-George delivered a fighting y speech in which he expressed confi-j T dence that although the Budget had been buried it was "assured the cer- tain hope of an early resurrection. Attempts would be made, he said, to divert the minds of the people to the irrelevant question, but the domin- ant question--was -that .of the .House of Lords and this -would absorb ail others- It was'time for the, Lords- l-to be handled firmly. The chance had X.! arrived and forgone he-would not re- I main a member .of the Liberal cah- X I inet- for an hour unless he knew, that the cabinet had power to carry its X bills. Declaring that a majority, of 'the in their places simp- ly to prevent of radical measures j he added that the greatest of these in the-.upper'house had been opposed-.-to the.rejection-'of the bud- get... and .even. Lord Lansdowne, he believed, would rather have pass- ed'the had been forced into the-, position taken against his better judgment. "The chancellor concluded "With all the Lords' cunning their greed has overborne their craft and we have got them at last." Good Residential Lots for- Sale at Reasonable Prices MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE TheC. B. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 2H. tate CHIN X 4- j. Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- t way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co.. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land Co. SOLE AGENTS 'I I I I; I COMPANIES HAVE STRIKEBREAKERS -H-H- M-M-H-I-H-I' 1 -H-H-B -H-fc. THE Farm Security Co, OPEN rOB.BUSIKESS. -IX THE Whitney Block FOR 20 HORSES f J A Good Corner on Burdett Street for Sale, four blocks from Union Depot for 'The H. MacbeUi Agency AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP 11 LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR THiS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Fully Modern 7-Roomed House, standing: on 2 Lots, beauti- ful situation, corner position. Phone 261. Office Crabb Street f T Tenth down, bal- C.P.K. land from to an acre, ance ten years. Houses for Sale on easy terms. Small House and Lot North good terms. A few well located lots in Isorth Ward at S70 each, terms Building Lots on Ctitbill Street. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. 0. Box 1892 Phone 457 Block. Lethbridge, Alta. (Gleichen Call) J. F. Rodgers, the well known -Leth- bridge horse buyer, purchased twenty Clydesdales from Poe Young last week and shipped them on Saturday. While the price paid has not been sriven out it is stated that it was ;n the neighborhood of which is considered a good deal the highest 1 prices paid for horses in these parts. Mr. Rodsers stated to the Call that he not only paid the highest he ever had for such animals, but was satis- fied they were a superior carload to arty lie "hod ever purchased, and he was very well pleased with his We buy improved or un- improved lands for cash and sell to the actual settler with necessary outfit for farming on long time with small cash payment. In this way we give an exceptional opportunity to you, the practical farmer, "farmer with good outfit, but small capital. WHY DO YOU RENT when you may thus obtain a farm home of your own. WHY farm so small a' place when we can help you to obtain' adjoining lands. We also can 'loan you mon- ey. Write, or better still, call and see want to get acquainted. Messrs. Young have the repu- j tation of owning and breeding Clydes dales that cannot be excelled ir. this country, and this sale is only another j j indication of thejact. j j TANK BUILT AT HOSMER, B. C. j i Hosmer. Dec. Times says: Connection has been made between the city water works and the new C. j P. R. tank, one of the largest on that i ra-.wav svstem. The capacity of this (railway reservoir is 42.000 gallons. A switch" cnirinc has been added to the 'working plant of the C. P. R. yards lat Hosmer, No. 1343. and when not at work here will assist at Fernic. Conductor C. Lindsey is in charge of this engine and- a caboose in which the crew sleeps. OmRttniTlf oouunij Pn mi, ELEVATOR AT GRANUM C. M. Hall, of the Vancouver Mill- ing Co.. was in Grnnum last week to i complete the arrangements for the construction of a bushel clevat- jor for his company in Granum. Work was commenced on the struc- ture Wednesday morning, and a large force of men will rush the new elevat- j or to completion. i Tin's will make the fifth elevator j for Granum. and will still leave room for several Press. j FOR I 4 Splendid Residence Lots on T James Street, t North Ward St. Paul, Dec. all the mem- bers of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen in the territory affected by the strike return to work to-day, and I don't think 'they will, the total ef- fect will, hardly be said F. T. Haw-ley; 'President of the Switchmen's. ..-Union of North' Ameri- ca, to-day, when asked as to the the strike situation of 'the trainmen reiuruing to work to-day. at the local terminals; .are" in, a' to-day; There -.vas sdmc movemerit of cars, but the vol- ume of -business.was' smalL'-Passengcr'. traffic delayed." More strike-, breakers were put to work this, morning. Thte say that sev- eral, hundred new men are expected to arrive to-day, one carload being from and several from Chi- cago. The'strikers say that the men imported are not railroad men and cannot do the properly. When Governor SA. 0. Eberhardt ar- rives 'to-far Statc ibor Commissioner W. R. R. McEwcn recomniehd that he take steps to 'organize an interstate board of mecli-'n, to be composed of the chief 1 executives of Minnesota, North Da- 7 Idaho and J. i ton for the purpose of bringing about .7 a settlement of the strike. With a J cold wave hovering over Montana and a blizzard raging, it is feared j suffering will result because of il.e depletion of the coal supply traffic conditions are improved. Supt. F. D. Kelsey announced that full switchmen crews will be at all points of the Dakota division of the Great Northern to-day. The yardmaster <.-f ftrrat Northern at Fargo began this morning io use horses in moving freight cars for the business men. Horses are also being used for iho. movement of freight cars at Brain- ard, Minn. Six local freights have.been made up in the Missotila yards by the cii- j vision officers and clerks of the Nor- thern Pacific, and they are expected to be started to-day. Strike Break- ers were expected to arrive there lectures." Eight Roomed House On Brunton Street, thoroughly modern on easy terms; this is a snap. For particulars enquire of 7 i T J. 294 L. S. MPLEY Office Block New, 2-rstorey house i rooms and Balance easy; Riverview., Fully eight possession. will 'Handle F. L WHITNEY Leading Real Estate and Financial 414 KoOND STREET Reference Bank of Montreall acres steam- plow land in 4-13 and 5-12, immediately ing a township shortly to be opened for. are owners. Our automobiles are at your service. SERIAL DEVELOPMENT co., Ltd- f ___ _ jfc. 1 1 Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat'land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 'acres, as you like it. GOOD TERMS. See Us Today ff. i We Kither Buy or Sei! I JOHN McDOUGALL SEES FERNIE AGAIN each. Good terms FOOTBALL POLITICS t J. L EUQI CO. f 307 OR ABB.. STREET (Toronto jolegrami. As King Clancy was engaging the j. (0 B k f attention of a dish of Hungannn gou- 2 Prir.ce was handed him which 'read: "You have my sincere sympathy. I know how it (Signed) R. L. Borclen. Telephone :J ('Special to tiio Herald) Ferric. Dec. -Tote) Mc- 1" iDouKalL D.D. of Calvary, wns a Ffr- I "visitor today. Mr. 1 i i wns accompanied by R. L- T. Got- j -f Ibrniin Indian agent for the Xooter.ay 4- Indians of this district, and the two 7 arc m.alvinrr a tour of tins part, of the icouni.ry under direciion of the Inter-! 7 !ior department, at Ottawa. Mr. Mo-1 j Doucall is fngnsrecl in immigration i j matter-, for the Dominion jrovernrnent and several months in this j j province. "Mr. McDougaH was a visit-; lor to Fern5e some four years nncl j delivered a very interesting lecture j in the Methodist church. He was j creatly surprised at what he saw of.. Fcrnie 'r.-iay. the nmv Methodist r-'.n-ch witli its large base- ment. espeeiaHy designed for gyrc- nasitim work and reading room for j young men. Mr. McDougall west with Mr. to continue vrork of in- -r'jspeotion of the country with a view -i I to future- immigration. [A! Ko. 1 land in 0-14. on burn Line. P'-'ce per acre, per acre cash, balance. 8 years at 6 per cent- Five lots, corner Westminster Road and Charles St. Price. r275 each; one-third cash, balance, three and six months at pe-r cent. APPLY -r- The Canadian Real Estate Co. WSBfl DIPOT 1C- PETTfUP VnHP Wl Yinb lilhlil !o bn lib lUUli IRURU u Having dissolved partnership with E. C. Lutitke, I luive ohtaiiu-d possession of the unsold portion of the OF BOW ISLAND iinri oiVer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. "WADBELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency T T I Acreage on proposed Street Car .Business Sitfes on Westminster Road; Houses tor Sale and Rent. Ltd. Successors to -W. B. Dobbin Jfc; Ground Floor Office: cIRSt DOQH SOUTH OF BALMORAL HO7H. PNC ME ;