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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December D, 1910. THE INDUSTRIAL SU-DIVlN j to lot. one quarter cash, balance, 3, 6 and 9 months. s The safest buy on Rhone F t Of1 Lowes to. Representing: North American- Life London1 Guarantee and Accident Phoenix AwurancVCo., of London. Calgary, EdtnontJn, tETHBRlDGEj High River, Nantoh, -Lots in-Block 125? facing Peplow St> J5 eaclu.1-3 and' Lots 13-14. Block 127, each'; 1-3 .cash': 3: and 6 mos, Lots, Block "jR" Ernest St., 1-3 cash: 4 and 8 mos. R. V. GIBBONS GO. Phone 1191 Ott Block THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. [i-., p, ,v q rgi.-. --LOANS SHERLOCK, ,2 lots corner of Ernest and'London at each...... '-6 lots-in Block 26 Duff A'dd., close to new. school at 7 roomea cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, lacing Westminster for S350.C. ,SNAPS LOOKING UP TO, acre irrigated land suitable for garden tracts. A big money-maker for party who subdivides it. per acre, or iviir seil .part at an advanced price. "'.'-v. J-lalf sec-tiou .east of Stirling Small-house renting for on 35 foot lot, l-3-jcasli; balance easy terms, A property 14 lots with "6 room buildingv renting- per'month, and stable for 20 horses, ail for casli; balance 1 and 2 years. THE WEBEE-HUrF INVESTMENT CO- ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 Ik: RECOR1J OFCROrSNEST PAS COMPANY (Toronto .Saturday Night) U'hen" in '1909, Mr; Elias was. made presi-- dent of ;tn'e ifcrpiv's Nest Pass Coal hinted, in some quar- ters that as ,Vlr. Rogers was1' admit-- tedly ;ttie nominee" .of James" -J.-' Hill and represented ttie Hill- interest in tnis companj7, possibly in the future clirect benefits to- the Hill roads would- made apparent -It -will be remembered" that" when Mr. Rogers was made' president there -was a gen- eral snake-up- of -'th'e directors. When one; '-contrasts the 'figures of tion today with, -what formerly were, it is at once apparent that the -Nesc" Pass .property, 15. better. shape probably! tflan is .ever. has been, and. so Is no -.evidence that James .T. veteran railroad official and finan-. cier, Is reeeiviiig- any favors from" the' company to the" of th com- j'pany .or snarehoiders; ;The hishest average daily output made .by 'this I [property _'to" .had; ;oeen under tons -per day: -.in. ;-of- Crowds- Nest --share's, on v tiie; -market- was somewhere around --'70-' to' -with no, -one''1 yeryf' anxious -to. buy at that By 'January, "of this.'_ye.ar Lots 1 and Block Five' lots, Block V., closs'-to Victoria Park, each. Four "lots Block' Ii3: Alexander, ?250.each, Real "Estate :ana' Frnaricial Brokers. Phone t1S3 apparently not very- for the out- put was only 'some -.'itons per aay. Mew 'General- Manager When, -Mr. control the practical general. ..raanager J n son "of James .iAsh.worth was '-'appoint- jce without told.the ;eneral and j general ana set i tne coal out: is of calibre1 Have r J' nounced London, mem tiers were elected -hv acclamation day: 3. Kazle'on, Nation ,Galway, South: .W. Duffy, Nation- alist. y- vj. ..'...7'. Connemara: O'tilalley, --i.'. Chester-ie-Street; J. .W.; Labor.': v'.-; JMoronoutbsliire, West: T.' Richards; .--i. r' R. Bf.. st Sir J. H. erts.-ilberal., Antiim, H. B." O'Neil, Unionist. Cork Northeast: :h: rE, J. >_ Ijf, -J.-iP.; Farrell, N tionalisti. -AW Clare -County, A. Lynch, Na- tionalist., Queen's Nat- ionalist.. COAL We are ahle to otter for sale one of-.-the--best independ- ent mine's in the district. Ful- ly opened out and equipped. Seven foot seam 'of clinker- ieps' rroal. "Just the thing for or small .Y.'e are able to offer this very Cjicap. Sec" or" write J. CUMMENG C-o Farm Security Lethbfia'ge T. N. CHRISTIE CO- fteal Estate and Financial 'Brokers. Agents Diamond City. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Diarnond City, Alta. Dec. A box suppos- have contained 515.000 in -money disappeared "from' the'- of the Adams "Express Cd.v257 Henne- pin -avenue, between 10.30 and Won that ithe-Xrow's .Nest is now Frpni' "Noyeinher 1 up na's oroduced tons ,pf and foy'tlxie'i an'dypf' N'ovemhe'r. the moiithiy I proauction' will probably best j in "'the.- of._. the "'In of the... o.utjwt llXOUQ tons, in. July The Npremr her the daily output, was not very far from tons-per to the stock, .market, .quotations, .show tnat it from" five, to ten i'uil -points in, the last yean quoted around Scliocl will close Weclnes- iy'j' 21 ChTist-" 2a.m. last'- night. The manner of -its disappearance is. a mystery tlie police 'are willing to admit; The box was brought from the Minneapolis and St. Louis train about S p.m. 'by a A Startling Statement It has been said those who have investigated tlie 'matter car'ciully at- 'the age OT -15 tullv t driver and registered lor. It was in jtne office undisturbed at. 10..'JO: p.m., I when two men employed went, out' to I SO per cenlC of men are established- meet a "train -at the- station. They re--J'in whatever1 pursuit they follow -anti turned at 11.30 p.m. At 2 a.m. on are 'in" -receipt incomes in excess o: day will relsume until 1911." This decision of the school board last evren- inquiry for tlie money box it could I not be found. Unions are more nourishing than any other vegetable. York -City is a liberal employ- er. IL pays a raimite to vants. Thomas A. Edison is ,tha ,patentee (of over fiOO Inventions. quickly stops coughs, cures coins. the throat and 25 cents. their at the -age 01 60 it has been found, that '.per ccn'c. are.. j dependent upon tlicir daily cai'nings, or upop. their children for support- uoubr., read the. despatch from Detroit which recently appeared" I in the Canadian papers, and which do- j scribed" ot a man Ayho'j but a litTi'e -more than forty'years was'a "financial power11 in jcity, ;who "palatial home" on one Qi ihc-mast fashionable thorough- j lavishly, and in whorn.Tyery pc-rsoa. nigh and low, was prepared 10 Par homage. But it-he fates'.-were against him. He suf- ferecl .serious financial losses, 'and when he began to go down hill ne foun-d it pn-ased lor thfc occasion. His friend's deserted him like rat's from a sinking- ship, and now, ar, SO years or ag-c, after his car's labor, lie wcmls his wav to the. city with the bent, broken down old men who.bar.- infhipnw: enough to have des.Mesi- o-en B u ergermeis ters und fuer. 1911. :DEE. YOIISTA> contested.-..elections. The ne goveriment.. candidate! comes: first' and ;f J. -W. Sumers, 8- 'rr 505.' Li-'o- Mervyja; Liberal, 516S. 1 Cnes nire; Wirrall: Ashtpn, art UnionJst, Cumberland. Sir "W, 94. bor, Devonshire, G. Lajn- t.; Coi. 1021.'-. "TTTfTyEM ifodern-5.roomed g This W a Good terms. i .fully" modern; 9 roomed, bouse "on Strictly first-class and up- to" Easy --terms. VS'ee tnii before buying. ANff LOAN PHONE old Fair peS' flp ciaaMlO; per. Jnontiiiv-. i; Jl'S'.fof -two -lots -iindviioV'perjiaoittii. V- ,These4ots" to will sea for. a few days, the "rest .of C''Johnson, Block; i Philli- mofe, 'r _ Liber- Lancashire. Southwest JJabor, ;5iicldlesex, Enfield: jf. Newman. Unionist. Smson. Suffolk, Lowestot't: K Foster. 236. isSf .r R.'; Rugbv J. Worcestershire., J. W.'-. Wil- son, .Timmins. R'l "Hon. H. ,Le'wis.' ._ F.; North, ;O; "HJ :Ayr -Burghs: Robertson, G: i I 5o. -Inverness A. Bryce, Ford j V> 'Kilmarn'o'ck ".Rainy; Burghs: Ji. i-tunrp'-Fergu- aMfi 0 ctober for, Speaal Express charges prepaid to your station v. v, dozen aad express ?i r We prepay; express We "guarantee piir goods i i..-. VV A TtyoTTt'- i oc cro. c -VUll. .jr. ''-_ Now Nurseries sain.. Dublin, Stephen's ;Gfeen.: Brady, Nationalist, Herbert, Un., Unchanged.. J' Limerick- Nationalist, Independent' Nationalist 2: Unchanged- -is" erf oik, North: Unchanged. .'Cheshire. Un., 5740.r, j -Fife, East: Asqnitli; I Pembroke: Phillis; 'J702-. Sir-'- O. C.': I'i'niliis represented -Pembroke -as a.1-! but stood in tbHs'election as -Uittjpnisr. and. _. "f AFTERMATH OF STREET CAR RIOTS IN 'TORONTO De ad i j thc-ir names, on the city's pay roll- I Thc-'moral.is that out; of your au dancc; somcifiing should be laid asicte j ior declining years, and invested where thieves cannot reach it, and I -on? cannot be deprived of it in. any possible way. This mcasis is af-' iorded you under the Canadian Gov- ernm'cnt Annuities Act which Hie Par-- liameot'of Canada passed in Uie Ses- sion M90S. and which received ihc unanimous support oi both sides 01 the House. may set by ap- piying at "the Post Ofnco or by ad- dressing r.he Superintendent of Annu- ities, Ottawa. The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. BROWN'S'' WIDOW DEAD j London. Dec. Hughes, wid- ow of Judge Tom Hughes, the well- known Brown's and county court judge at Giles ter, died Nuneaton. iMrs. Hughes was a daughter of the" ExeterT-.j and i married Judge Hughes in Choice block of 1120 acres in Tp. (x AA'est of the'-itli }L. oil the lino. burn-Letlibridge extension; "Survey .stakes within three hundred Vards of this -y is smooth open prairie, with..very few stones, and 31 ot over 20 acres of waste land'-m the whole block, is really .a steam "plow proposi- tion. This be sold on very "easy'terms. If cash payment of about five- thou- sand dollars is made, balance can paid in- six equal annual payments, with interest at. 6 per cent, per annum.- 'V -J'; SUBM-IT OFFERS TO OWNER'! 1321 JOH-NSON ST- i Charles, Smith were fined-.- .and ESward's, "L'ib.." costs, for throwing siones at street in-the riots last night. The. fine will go to Clio street car -'company in partial compensation Tor tianiage. Half a 'dozen other cases were enlarged. .Although there i. was great, excite-i meht lasr night..following the demon-! strtion of -citizens after the meeting j in Masscy Hal] to against the new regulations of the street car coin paby. n'q serious, results-are ed from the rioting. .So'me- persona j were cut. but not -seriously. ;ilan'y' citizens were clubbed over the back, many have split heads, hut not The Dowsley- 3rd Ave. and 7th. St. S285 each, buys two lots, Duff Addition, close in and on easy'terms. _ 1-525 eaci-'buys CourtJand two bloelcs from "Westminster Easy S2100 buys.t-wo-iots shacks renting', at. S25.00: per This, is; a first class buy as .the lo- cation, is "one of the ..best in city. ".Terms very easy. cash handles a beautiful. modem house on Argy-ie- price only Terms on balance' 've-ry easy.' (Look this up.) Houses'fo'r sale rent: in all parts of city. Agents, Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co." Selling.agents for the G. T. R. town sites between Win- nipeg-and Edmonton. enough to keep them'hr-ihe'. Hospital and made a great success w'ere-.stitched.' .'The j of it. Today cars are running- mob set out to smash-street-cars; and windows, which have" been conimea their" energies entirely to) removed entirely. THE LETHBSIDGE LAND 'AND COAL CO. FOR A FEW SNAPS 9. foomed fully modern witt good barn. An snap at 8 roomed fully modern house on Courtland street, with a good barn on Zi> It BToomed cottage with'small stable on 2 lots, on Cutbrd street S1SOO: .6 roomed fully modern house, on Fisher .street, Easy terms. S corner lots, facing east, adjoining old fair grounds, at es.. 2 lots .on Cut-bill street, between Co.ijrtkind and London., 1 lot on Ford street, near fire hall, tor 54500. -Room. 1, Commerce .Bldg. P. 0. BOX 423 '-PHONE 477 ;