Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sal unlay, i' 7, TltKlvKTimkiDGKPAfLY A Good Thing will Dominion is veir-y vapidjy, You Avillbo sony wlion spiinji coinus tliat, you''wore-iio't one ol (lie early in rliis property. Every lot .ilnuldhjo Uon, .high, dry, and level. IT so ivliu'le J'orc-sighl and buy now.' f A- Call al our ollice ,01 phone 1233. t t Mitford Co., Opposite Herald HAVE JUST RECEIVED Exclusive to dispose of lots In Subdivision G, Block l..'at price and terms that ought to insure .tliejr Immediate disposal. These lots are situated on 6th; Avenue North and 5th 'Avenue A: North, within 150 yards of 18th "Slreot. Prices range from to each with terms of fGO.OO down and 'balance at-. per month. This Is.'a splendid opportunity for anyone scciirin'g cidee-1 in property with, the prico and terms right. There are only; lots, so get in now it you want oiie. 'North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 938 NORTH LETHBRIDGB Without Money and Without Price Section 3S, Township 2, flange 23, five miles east of Wool'-" fold, in iiie Winter Wheat district, of acres broke, three miles of fence. You cnir have this section of land for one-half of Seven Crops, If you are tho right man. and have got Hie otulit to do with.. No interest, no price-on'the'land. Just a straight one-hail" ot seven crops. Who's it? O. T. LATHROP Pftrm Ltndt Stafford ;Block Fire Insurance CHEAP Money to !HOMES S room, 2 gtorey house, on.] lots, near Galbraith cash. monthly.. roomed, fully cotiage, qo one lot, half block from car Hue, S250 cash, balance In five years. The GJ B. Bowman Agency c'i.'...' KCADIA BLOCK. PHONE PHONE 1412 POST OFFICE Splendid Opportunity For t- Small Farmer or Market Gardener Wo have a few 10 acre irrigated .garden tracts. lefL.close., to'thp Experimental Farm, Here is a splendid opportnnitv lor'the sniall Investor. .Price per, J160 cash, balance over :i ported ot nine, years, with interest at six per cent. particulars apply. _ '_ J. Harris Company AND Steamship Agenit; C. p. R. Labor Agents and General 'Employment A8ency. Room 3. BEGIN BLOCK, Lethbridge. WHAT THE CZAR HEARD St. Petersmirg, Dec.' Rus- sian government has received infor- niatiou frnm.Pekingito- the effect ijii China has decided to send no irpops into Mongolia. Don't Pay Rent OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST We Will Loan You Money TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY OFF. MORTGAGES. TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE We GUARANTEE the time when your m-, debtedness will be paid off .OTfice opsning evenings. or International Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 150" Said They'Will Demand tha Canada Foot Bill for Maintenance Otliiwa. Dec. air of conipa alive quietude prevailed around th House of Commons this morning, dii partly to the fact that at J I. o'clocl seventy-five Liberal members 'am fifty senators, now in "the capital wen Into caucus In railway committe rooms of the Houae of Com'monK U consider what line of policy the partj ill'adopt in regal d to naval policy as announced in' Com mons .Meanwhile the min isterisl supporters either in groups o in .privacy of their own rooms are talking tho' situation over. Apar from a small group of-members, who cast their votes for the .Mondea amendment the other night, and 'ew others, there is a unanimity o 'feeling, on the government .side, -tha. he policy proposed in Mr. .Borden's '.esiilution is one which .will comment tself to t the majority of .Canadians V small group of French.- Canadian ministerialists, estimated at five o eight, are inclined to he-uncertain as to the mind they will the At the present moment., there four or five who say that they vill not'be able to support the bill be- a use the memorandum of the ad- miralty does not show that an cmer- ency. exists, but- that a vote of thirty ve millions.is to-be based'upotf a [new iterhatibnal which has een created by the European "race or .supremacy in naval armament. 'French-Canadian members who are rf doubt.as to their attitude, .will eave for their homes tonight with purpose of consulting their coh- .Huents, arid their future action-will bt be decided upon til they return j the capital. That srters-- from--. English spenkjnt ices in favor of liie Jlicy as outlined, there .can be, no Tfcey it pill 3 faVorably received in all consntu iuios ..where English people t Before'-going intoi caucus a 'VuieU of opinions were privately, expressed by Liberal members and'senatorg and if was were some grinds Tl was contended m some (puueis" that a weak' point in the plan "that it involved practically oi a thai ;no real emergency ;has been- shoun to exist and that if Canada does not propose lo give 'three .dreadnoughts to the IJritish admiralty' there can he no relief for taxpayers for the Mother- la ml. I'nless we undertake to paj the cost of their upkeep One promi ncnt Liberal declared that if 'he has any say in the matter he would 'move (hat (Canada should assume cost or the up-kcep of three dreadnoughts until such, time as they should' be come part of; a Canadian '.At the conclusion or the Liberal .caucus an ex-minister of the crown said "We had an enthusiastic rand unani- mous gathering-" The policy ol HIR Liberal party will he announced 'hy Sir Wilfrid L.uirier." In nthcr "The Car Ahead" 1913 as As a Business Proposition K r.t i i _. -_. F. b. a. I he 1913 J udhope "four" .it it iiciiiuii.1} icarnco tnac ,ji moved to re lhe Liberals hurt decided not N'o communications engaged amounting to Jl.ilS. with the. government's but attention, and after' dispos- T'io supervisor reported eight, wale: to mi nf amendment imtv he, a sho'ulrt. "maintained hy; til such lime'as 'they Bl part Of'a permanent Canadian hav-y COVETED GOP number of petitions a free I inland easy discussion on licenses, taxes favor of the Liberal policy of A-Can-land electrical energy employed the aaian huilt- or manned navy, or it; oarlv'Pridav morn mav lollow the hues suggested abov', m n declaring, that; .three 1 petition was read from George H udd ashing a rebate of over charge for light at the Knight Acad- emy. Tt, was explained.that the lights iwere ordered taken out and that the maiie after that time by the toSyn, although the sugar com- pany had not charged up the amount, and on motion the amount of June charges.of :SS was refunded. A petition from Chas. H. Smith, W. Grange and others asking to be allow- ed to spend the amount of their taxes in street, improvement fronting their residences, hut the request was not ;ranted, J. G. Stevenson asked thai council should pay for the installation of Til Toet of. pine to bring water into his h'ous-e on JRI street east. The re- [uc'st was' made because the main run's In the Inne instead nf on the on motion of Conn. O'Brien ind Conn; Hawkins it was granted. A-petition from Mrs. A. R. Skouson sky'd.for in'pnyinK taxes, n.fl hiotfon of Conn. Allen and' th'is was granted. The result of lhe Henderson. Cur nompptition which has been held.dur ing the past week in the city schools was-completod yesterday-. The given io the claes of girls ams tho most points in thc physical ulture competiiion. The cup is hold the winners for one year. Last was 'won by the High school. This year -Mr. Brandow's girls at die Fleetwood school carry off thc honors; Tho jndfiinc was done by A, V. Gil- more, physical' director of the loom V. M. C.' A: In making the awafds -he allotted marks to to six set exorcises, and -JO to geJienil excellence, noting particularly graVe of i'arriape and of move- ment. "The result .Mr. Ilrandow's sjfl class, Kleotwood SG i Afr irl s chss, Central :Ss> Miss Shnrman'ri class, S-! Mt 'Shivers Central j___ S- MiKK McN'nb's class. Central ichool girl; mth, of gravel hauled for' crossings. The report was received. Conn. 6'BTien for the. liconsc and police committee reported that minors were frequenting the pool room con- trary to tho; The particular case of one boy to set up pins in the bowling alley; which is part of tho pool room, "and to black boots was cited. The marshal! in answer to a question from the mayor said that a list of minors had been prepared and presented to the proprietors. They contend that thc boy is not employed in the pool room ami refuse to employ man. It, was decided to leave the matter in the bands of the police com- The matter of collecting license? was brought up nnd the secretary was "iir Jennhim' Westminster so Tho Raymond iMercantile t'o. asked rebate'- of S170 on licenses owing to 10 reducHon for mercantile 'cslab- shrnentK, 'and it was decided on mo- on to rffilnd al! excess paid before the passing of tiic last license bylaw, H. .1. Pic-pRTnes, who has been em- ployed at the pump bouse, asked that remuneration for Snmlays slinuhl he at the same rale as for week days. instructed lo collect 'as soo sible. as pos- he given hy .Mrs. Blanche O'Brien and Miss Olga Anderson; vocal duets by Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gordon; quartettes by Instructor Nye and party, and Messrs. Allred and Redd; piano duet, -Misses Allen and McCarty; selections by the band: 'readings by Mrs. Tan- Geo., Clunff and Pres. anecdotal speech. Pros. an original speech on popular sayings of people who will be in attendance will he given hy W, Hedd. The feature o the evening will bo a musical sketch "Bully Raymond, Halfback." by Geo Brewerton and.company. The sketch in three acts and will take about half an hour to produce. Ward Relief Societies Meet A joint meeting of fhr Worn en's-Re. ief Societies of the first and second ards was held in the second ward leeting house on Thursday afternoon when a social time was spent. An offering of 25c was siren by each of he Indies toward tlie expenses of the [take board of (he society, Mrs. Dahlc and Mrs. Bacon were heard in Mrs. Duke and Mrs. Blanch O'Brien in solos; Mrs. Snow and Miss F. Redd sang a duet: Messrs. Strong; Walker and Milner a vocal trio, and Mr. and Mrs. Wtxorn a duet, with gui- tar accompaniment. Mrs. Duke also played instrumental solos. At the conclusion of the program refresh- ments were served by tho ladies. Raymond Woman's Institute will Laws word is law. is my-wife ilways reverses the decisions. WILLOW RIVER This new IM- PORTANCE" on main line of. Grand Trunk Pacific, and Pacific and Hudson at, junction of Fraaer and'.TCII- low Rivers. British Colnm-- bia, is the southern and near- est, gateway to the great and wonderful Peace River Coun- try and "SPELLS OPPOR. TUN1TY for the man or wo- man who wishes to ndicious- ly invest a. small or large amount." Easy no Interest; no taxes. Write to- day for maps, plats and printed matter. PACIFIC BOND AND LAND COR- PORATIbN, LIMITED 504 Pacific Build'o. Vancouver B.C. It was pointed oiit that liccn-l meet on Wednesday of next week 80s not collected in the next three a very interesting program will' weeks would be lost u, the council. bc carried out. Mrs. (Hcv.) Toombs Delinquent taxes engaged the coun- cil's attention for the iirPaior part of and Airs.. K. A. Amos will contribute n musical number, and two.-'talks will the evenhiR. Thc marshal! naked forjbe given, one on "The h True-. Chrtat- instr'uctious regarding (he, seizure .of mas. by Mrs. W. Redd, and other by Mrs. Ernest .Bramwoli, goods aiul property. ..Several extreme rases were cited of. people in arrears and. in straishtoned. circumstances. Council advised that 'e'are. should he takea-nof to 'distress- extent lhat seizure -would 'make'; the parties wards. of the A slight royision was. m.idc to con- sumer's contract' for Electrical energy. Council adjourned after 12 o'clock Good ,o, Nighl' on "Kuge-nics." A demonstration ot cooking and baking from .recipes do- at, the Dry-Farming Con-! will be given by. members df'l the institute. j (Boston Transcript.) The program lor 'entertainment t t 1 1 to he given 'In the 'lifsl' lyard mccllnj house oil Saturday night has been an. the reason 1 cany It when you'r nigni uas been an. tlm res and it was agreed that the sum orlnouuced and is a rare one, Soles will round. wouldn't carry one like Hint. I know yon wouldn't- that's A House Snap Six room fully modem house, on 20 feet by feet, inside property, off for cash. This is .1 two story house and although not fancy, it. will make a good subsMiuliil v.-prk- Ing man's home. Uood plumb- etc. The Dowsley Mulhera Land Co. Sherlock Bldg-. 7th St.