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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday .December THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY-HKRALB Pages THE INDUSTRIAL to per lot Terms, one quarter balance. 3, 6 arid 9 months. f i ...I-- The safest, "buy on .Pone ii 'V 1, f o .t. Lowes Lo, London and Acoldtnt Ci Cow-L-td.; of London, Edmonton; LETMBRIDQE, High Rlvtr, Nanton, Lots ii Block, 125, lacing Paplow- each. 1-3 cUsh: 4 127, each; casb.f3 and 6 mos. Lots 19-20, Block- "B" Ernest. cash; V V" R. V. GIBBONS CO. ,ott Block THE H. MACBETH AGENCY rNSURANCE --.v v LOANS SHERLOCK 2' lots corner, o'f Ernest -and London at "each. 'ff lots in close to.new 7 qii 2 lots in SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP -.v.; "-70 acre .tract of choice irrigated land suitable, for.garden, tracts. maker for'party who subdivides it per part at.an advanced '-Half section east of Stirling at ;7 Small house renting for 15.00, .on 3n foot Road, ?1275100; 1-3-cash; balance easy terms. ._.---" --A property, of with .6'. room house, a business renting for 520.00 per'month and .stable1 for-20 for balance 1- and .2 years. WEBEB-HTJFF ROOM 10 ALBERTA' PHONE 771 Lots: 1 and 2; r Block. Five lots, "Victoria 'jPpiir .lots llj. 5250 each, Asqiiitii Real Estate and -Financial Brokers '-j P.O.Drawer 3091.. COAL MINE We able to offer .for sale-one of the best independ- ent-mines in the district. Ful- ly opened out and equipped. Seven foot seam of clinker- Just the thing for individual company, w e are able 'to offer this very Jeap. See or write F. J. CUMMfNG C-o rarm Security Co. Lethbridge INDIANS MASSACRED T. .N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate: and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond Uty, Alta. Jfi PENNY POSTAGE Dec. _ postage 'between Great Britain and tfntish possessions will be introduced May 1911. BY NEVADA WHITE MEN LAWENFSRCH) Magrath, Dec. is be- ing2 circulated in'this towns- .line of the A. RV L, ask-; ihg'.the government-to appoint a local dptioir inspector laws respecting liquor' and "'its signature's of, hundreds of'-citizens''of Hagrath, Ray- mond, Cardston and -Stirling, and" will, be ready prov-. incfai' go verninent in" .day's. The Sunday school the' towns' have charge'of'the pe- ..The new. Bennett opera be -ready for opening next week.; -Al- tnougk the buildingi'is no't noted -for its archit'ectuarl- beauty, nevertheless- it is very and- well. equipped. A'ftnex.maple floor has for, dancing purposes, and va- built'for shows, etc.. "A moving1 pic- ture ..machine, will also foe ilr. Bennett-will generate citv'on his-.own and the building will, be .lighted by over ,two hundred., electric :a large circle in'the. centre of the hall. A .piece land, .containing- about fifty acres, was: sold :by P. Gf; Clarke to J: I-' Chipmari, the other day, for ?2S.50 per acre. This-land has 'doub- led, itself in value during the, last two years.: Eighteen carsfof terday for the East: The shipment be longed to, Mclntyre, and. the .cattle were in excellent condition. Thos. .Medenhall, of the Medeniall Co., .has .arrived, home after a visit to Chicago, Kansas City, "St Lou- is .arid, other' eastern "cities: 'He ports a" most, enjoyable.trip. O'OpR j' Dec. 7 Augusfine speaking at said of jas outlined l. :the. -nonsense der "or. .treason; 'under ".tue-': new "order of things. Churchill; speaking -at Dundee, said'the results were extreme ly he was satisfied.- If or thirty-five seats were lost it would, mike no. difference to the were bound by, their pledges whatever, the fortunes of the electoral: battle might be. Mr. Balfoui7 .speaking at -Chester, said. jwas still, young, arid there we're hard battles yet -to be fought- These battles might ex- pend, further into the future. Mr. Eaw; wili. be offered -k: sale seat DefenaB Laurier T. P. O'Conn'or, 'speaking at Liver- pool, emphatically denied .making speeches Canada -different 'to those lie w'as makihgV iiL.Engiand. He had Hbeen denounced "as a traitor to the Ein pire for bringing American dollars froa enemies of Empire. Ke" did not mind insults, to ;hiiriself, but he did .ijiind insults Wilfrid" 'Laurier. Empire had work so beneficial as Laurier, Frenchman- and'-Ro: man Catholic. BIG MM WAS BURNEDMST; four o'clock tfiis morning .fire broke out in the en- gine- -Rat -Portage Co., on the-St-Boniface side of the Dec. So-Driver, and so .rapidly did the, flames snone Indians, are- supposed, to.' have'spread that within ninety minutes Killed and their with the efforts "of two''_St.3oniface tnose .of their horses, two lire halls, a Winnipeg brigade'which trenches -in Elk- Bounty, -Nevada, ac- answered to -an appeal for al- corcung to a-communication sent to -so .the mill's extensive fire apparatus, tne department of justice by' Barley the flames had engulfed the entire JLee; prosecuting attorney -for Cassiuslsaw mill, including the engine county, Idaho. HeV.seek's to-have the I the -box factory, in which-aJ plainer department aid in bringing" th.e ;mur-uvas working-at .tlj.e time, cterers, said to be'white'horse j ing kiln. Sen'cas -f'-firs were enter- to justice. Rumors-.of a-massacre are j tained for the exts'njive stables, and uniting into Last July.ia large number of-horses were, turned according to upon investigation, old wagons and two hastily cut, were found. GUILTY OF 'ABDUCTION- Montreal, Dec.. :and Perriault, held in. connec- tion with the. death of Cecile Micliaud were, this morning lound giiilty' of ab- duction. They will be sentenced-'next Tuesday. Derome, the chauffeur, on the abduction charge, but was im- mediately re-arrested on a charge- of being an accessory before the. fact in the abduction of companion of the murdered g field 6C: the St. loose in the strenuous saved the stables which -were; ed, and also the' sash and door-'- fact- ory, but a considerable amount. lum ber was destroyed. Owing "to- the early hour, but few em- ployes in the' and conse- quently there casualties, but despite the severe frost, it being 16 below zero, which hampered -the bri- gade, the spectacular blaze soon, at- tracted a large crowd of sightseers. -President D. S. Cameron estimates the loss at between and 000, which is insured at about .80 per Apply No. 3 Shaft A JL The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. BALFOUR PLEADS FOR COLONIAL PREFERENCE London, Dec. Balfour, speak ing at Wrexham, referring'to col-, onial preference, said that as cit-iz of a rapidly developing Empire, they must consider changes a.bout to place. If they refused-to offer of, from their colon: i'es, these colonies would be obliged to turn from the Mother Country-to so that coming -changes would be to the disadvantage-ot EES- land. -Concluding, he said it -v.as per- fectly" clear the Radical party'would not-' go back to parliament sufficiently strohg to carry out their policy in de-- pendent of their Irish allies, who were using them as pawns, and before long another appeal to tbe electorate would have to be made. ARBITRATION BOARD SIT- MONTREAL Dec.. Conciliation Board. appointed ,.tcv ingujre into the ferences C. P. R. ancl its maintenance of way men who more. pav, and better, service, Montreal to continue its'investigations. Board has; already spent some time ,an .Toronto It 'Consists of chair- F. H. .lIcGuigan, representinig: the C. P. R., an'd Mr.'-W..'j.'T. Lee, res- pi-esenting the men.' '-'f. Darling Irene Garrison Irene Garrison', daughter "'of Mrs. Jos. Dilley, 316 -.Seventh street as--born -at "N. .-D., :-1906. On Sabir-day Tnorning, she was 'fatally in home at'about ten o'clock and died ;tt seven o'clock Sunday morning at the hospital. Her maternal grandmother and ;.W. 10S4. Lancashire, .'Southeast GOOD JNVE8TMENTS 4 Ernest rand liondon each. Goodterini.: 4 lots, cor. Burdett sach; Good terms. House and lot; Duff close -ini 1525- Snap. L. S. RIPLEY CO. REAL INSlU RANGE AND LOAN BROKERS PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD (LOCK. v GBE AT BARGAINS '-drily i2 lots in. our block near the Pmlr Grounds which we-'are selliiig-for 5100 lot', flO ..per nionti, or for two lotsjmd, 115 "per month. N These lots are "worth more, to close out Ibo block we will sell, for'a'few days, the rest the loti at: price W. H. JOHIVSOUf UIJVB CO. Johriion Block J 323 FfFTH STREET T. Daris, CkpL Brackenbury, j Smel- Aldon, Dummet, Earl, ot Unloniet, .3381., Noffolk, Mid: W. ft: Reiser, W. Bil- -'Unionist. Berwick: Sir E. Grey, Hoare. Liberal, 1683. Rutland: Emery, J. Gretton. Droitwich: J. L. Brooks, Hon. J. C. .Littleton.. .Union- ist, 1051..... JJllaiid; .iCL H. r Treyalyan, G. T.' "Liberal, 2753. -Dundee (two Hon. Winston Churchill, .Baxter..? Liberal, 2753. A. Wilkie, Labor, J. S. Lloyd. Labor, 026. Scrymgeour, Prohibition. Glasgow, Bridgeton: MacCallum, .Scott: Lib- eral, 1697.. Glasgow, Cam'lachier J.T 0. Kessack, Labor, Mirrlees, _ ,Suffragette, H. J. Mackinder. McK. Wood, A. R. Chamberlain. Liberal, 3198. PLACE ORDERS NOW our wants from? the Plant lata mf October andmpt next spring. Be sure and include aiew cignf fooly Eussian Poplar in. your order for shade and .wind breaks. f Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station, J ;pur Large Comet (Ked) Currant and our Black Champion are premium winners, -higliest quality 'and perfectly adapted to .prairie t a Two per dozen and express ''jftrepaid. n> Three years, S3.00 per dozen acid express prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our goods to grow. We want to mail ouf'price list to you. We want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror C. .WHEAT .CENTRE fif Quite, a large crowd attended-the dancing party at Mr. Koch's residence on section. 5-17-18. All report a splen- did Join in Mr. Koch royal Entertainers: -Will Hicklin has left for-High River, w'nere he will spend the --winter. .Tne first literary meeting of the season will be held in, the Grain Ridge Glasgow, Central: Prof.'A. F. nouse on- Tuesday evening. A good programme has been prepared and a large attendance is anticipated. A. A. Snow nas returned from Ularesftolm, where he spent "the sum- sou, ,C.. Sco.tt-Di.ckson.. .TJnipnist, 655. fradeston: AT C. Corbett, A. P. Main. .Liberal, 193. Glasgow, Glyn. Liberal, '702. Glasgow, Blackfriars: Barnes, Labor, B. Constable. Labor, 1700. V Peebles and' Selkirk: 'McLean. _ ?r s, Steel. 'Liberal, Perthshire, West: Barber, Marquis HEAVY LOSS AT PORT DALHOUS1E St. Catharines, Dec. early tnis mornmq destroyed the G. T. R. elevator nt Port Dalhonsie. No grain was' in the building. Poor facilities caused total, loss. They Had to wait for the St. Catharalnes engine. The flames spread to Pow- ell's coa] shed, causing a .heavy loss. The G. T R-. depot, and, agent's rest- flence were saved after a hard fighf; Loss over a thousand dollars. You Are The Judge 30 Days'Free Trial be satisfied with a. rteel razor the Carbo-Magnetlc -with the Carbo-edge that you need never hone. Thir is not tempered in uneven 'fire i.v.vt. but by electro-carboniza- tion at 2.500 degrees similar to that'Tsy which dia- monds have been produced. Get a Carbo-Magnetic on our 30 day Free Trial need no.t buy raiior until you thoroughly satisfied .that It 1s better tlwn any 'other you ever tried. For Sale By RED. CROSS-DRUG AND BOOK CO AND "r CEO. H. LING. of Tullibardine.- Unionist, 298. Renfrewshire: J. Gregg, Me-.. chan. .Liberal, Belfast: .D. Smiley. -Na- tionalist, .537.. South: Sloan, Ind. Un- .'Chambers'. 'Unionist. 2220. Nat., Marquis i of Hamiltoii. Unionist, 57.. Louth, sNorth: R. Hazleton, Nat, T. M. Healy, Ind. Tyrone, South: er. Unionist mer months. A. D. McDonald visited Bassano last week, returning home on Friday. Laws on and Johto Ivlclndpe ar- rived oa tfteir homesteads first of the weeK. Mr." and Mrs. A. Roenicke and daugh Magdalen, visited their daughter sister, Mrs. J. A. Warner, last Nationalist, 99. of last week. Boyd, A, L. Horn-i. ter, and week: There will be a dance in 'the First j Chance school house .next Friday ev- ening. Everybody welcome..- F. Honon returned to his home) r.rom Medicine Hat j The United Farmers oT Alberta held a 'meeting at Sweet Valley on Friday CHINAMAN'S HORSE GOT IN AWKWARD FIX The Dowsley-' McMillan Land Go, 3rd .Ave- and 7th St; ?2S5 each buys, two lotsy Duff Addition, close, jn.. and "on easy terms. each buys three lots "on Courtland. St, two..' blocks from Westminster Jfcoad. Easy terms. ?S100 buys two lots -two 'shacks on back, renting.af per month. This'is; a first class buy-as the lo-." cation, is one of the best in city. Terms very easy. cash handles a beautiful fully modern house on Argyle Ave.; price only ?2600.. Terms on balance very easy. (Look this Houses for sale and to rent in all- parts of Alliance Insurance Co. "Pactffc Coast Fire Ins. Co.- Selling agents for the G. T. town sites between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. STEAMER IN DISTRESS Atlantic City, X. J., Dec. big steamer with funnels is in distress oft" "ttie'% Harbor life station. A Chinaman drew up in front of a Redpath' street store yesterday after- noon, tied his horse to the wheels of a farmer's wagon and went inside. In a few' moments the farmer got into his wagon and 'started up. As the wheels turned the rope on the' China- man's horse tightened urilil that -un- iwtunate- animal's head, was pulled under the .wagon box ahead. Bystand-t ers saw '.the 'trouble-.and stopped' the farmer, who was entirely unconscious! of the accident, having noticed the single., rig at had to be cut in order to -release the whichy i-n struggling for alito' broke'-'Several of- a newvtet of THE LETHBRIDGE LAND AND COAL CO. FEW SNAPS 9 roomed'fully -modern, with good bam. An snap at ?3500. 8 roomed house on Courtland with a good barn on 35 ft ft, >4'500. Broomed cottage with small stable on 2 lots, on Cutbill .street, '6 roomed fully modern house, on Fisher street, Easy terms. 3 corner lots.-facmg east, adjoining old fair -grounds, at ea. 2 lots on Cutbill street, between Co.urtland and London'. 1 lot on Ford near .fire hall, for :Room 1, Bank of P. 428 'PHONE 477 ;