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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlini'Nday, II, MM I. .THE LETTinmnfiE DAILY HERALD North Ward Snaps 7. .roomed modern liousc on J4lh street. North, I block froni Railroad track. Will sold cheap on your own terms. SIX LOTS corner McKay and Barnes, for the cash; Iml. 3 and 6 months. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge LOOK THIS UP 3 lots 25 I 126, in Block L.. facing east, at ?31S euch. Kmy Lcrmy. The sower will pass wltliiu 25 tect of tills properly shortly. R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. ANP G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. 8HERLOCK LOANS. PHONE Sf Landi. CUy Preperty. Angus Shantz Rtnt.U. ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLD6. 3 Tills week only, price 7 ROOMED MODERN a 42 foot lot, 1 block from. Central for quick 1 only milen from stlttior! and coal; all. ateam plow land; small payment caih; bal. terms. Price per acre A GENUINE SNAP Half acre in Mcliilloji Addition, price wish, balance 6 and 12 months. North Lethbridge Realty Co. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE imTALLID IM THBIB VAULT A MBIT Or SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IT fOO HAVI ACT TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OK OTHER VALUABLES tlUT Bjt UUXIID IN ONE OF TNMB BOXKI m Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr, Victoria Park Addition The High Class Residential District Lots 3 and 4, Block 1, Lots 12 to 15, Block 3, Lots 6 to 9, 'Block 4, each Lots 16 and 17, Block 4, each Lots 18 and 19, Block 4, Lots 5 to -8, Block 5, oacli Lots 9 to 14, Block 6, each Lots 3 to 4, Block Lots 17 and 18, Block 9, each Lots 13 to 14, Block 9, Lots 7 and 8, Block 10, Terms, 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months. Wilkie Kerr Phone 623 Hull Block, next I. office tr HOUSES TO RENT. INSURANCE. MONEY TO LOAN On Improvtd Farm Lands and City Property acre lot No. 158 Morningslde, cash; 6 and 12 months. 8 lots In Block L., 1360 4 and 8 months. 1 lot on Bruce St., Rivervlw, cnsh. bal. mos. TEE C.'B. B0WMAN AGENCY ACADIA PHONE 1329. C. R. T. B. DUNHAM S.S.DUNHAM WM. INQRAM, Prei. V. Seey. Mgr, The Alberta !ots cloie in ror bulanrc _'.lj e .j2. Owner wants inonoy now. roiinding property held. 1-3 higher. 13 ALMOBAL BLOCK, PHONE LETHBRIDOE. CHOICE KE8IDEN TIAL SITES VICTORIA PARK Two pairs lots facing.on Westminster Road; one block from car line; on water and sewer. Price per pair Jl.OOO. One-fourth cash; (j and 12 moirths. THE CASCAWEN LAND CO. PHONE 1058. ROOM 10, MACDONALD BLOCK Lots 9 and 10 block W Facing on West- minster Road Terms if required See H.J.H.Skeith Pnone 1143 Opp. Aliundri Mot.I FOR SALE Flax Seed W.R. DOBBIN Agert for Avery Gas Steam Plowing Engines. MAGRATH IS FACING A CRISIS Poolroom Established and High License Will Be Resisted MugratJi. Dec. sliioo Ma.- grath became -A town municipality In 11106, its municipal government 'has strictly oppogod every movement to- wards the estabMtmment of a pool or billiard hall within the town limits, and just what action they will take when .Mr. Miller, formerly p-roprlo- tor of the Spring Coulee Hotel, opens nig hull liure in a few weeks, IB caus- ing no little comment on -the street. Mr. Miller hiij? ordered his tables and all necessary equipment for an hull, and hopes to open by the New'Year in the bull-ding just west of the Coleman barber shop on Harker avenue. The general opinion is, and it is al- most admitted, that 'the case will in- volve a law suit, as the council are determined to stand by their bylaw which calls for a license of for the first table and for each ad- ditional one. The Mayor and coun- cillors have expressed themselves as being in favor fighting the case to u finish and Mr. Miller is equally de- termined to press a suit. The action that will likely he tak- en win he very simple. The marshal will demand the license, he will be refused, ami the hall will be closed. Mr. Miller will then take it to the courts. His argument will be that the license asked is prohibitive, ami a long, involved legal debate ttorneys will follow. Mr. Miller, it s said, has consulted expert legal advice, nnd they have assured him that the bylaw can. be easily quashed. It is a significant fact that a num- ber of years back a similar case was tried from -the town of Cardston, and the license bylaw of that miinicpal- ily was declared prohibitive, and the plaintiffs in the suit won out in ev- ery respect. The result was the es- tablishment oC a billiard hull in Card Eton. Suits have been lluwiened from parties who' have desired ;i li- renso here, but none ov them huvc mustered up sufficient courage to fight the town. But evidently they are face to face v.'itli iv crisis .just what 'the result will bo is yet in doubt, and in the meantime the public' are watch- ing it closely. The genera! senti- ment here aeeni-3 to be against the 1 poo] hall, and the citizens will doubt- less sanction the attitude of the coun- cil. 'THRESHERS CANT PAY THEIR MEN FOR SALE ONE SECOND-HAND HUPP. Newly painted and In tint clasn running order. Tires and other parts In good shape. Price 1500 cash. Will for Loth- brldfc Real Kslate. A. E. IVES Stifftrd ilock, Office Phone 73t. Have You Any City Property Acreage or For Sale! If so, we want your listings. The G. L Fleming Agency REAL ESTATE, LOANS 4 INSURANCE 30ft 6th St. So., I u live Agentt for GRAND VIEW The Grand Trunk Pacific Sub- divlilon Live AgenU Wanted KNOTTY TASK IN FINDING RELATIONS Spokane.'Wash., Dec. ftnt-j of the Kin leys, ArcaEflfi, Mac- donalda, llamonrs, Roberts, and other pioneers, who came to the original i Spokane country with the fur trading (companies, hundred years .igo, na livea and mixed bloods and squaw- man from innny communities in j WiiBhinston, Oregon, Id-.ilio and .Mon- j tana, were present at the gnuid conn- rii of -Mm Co.rille Indians at Inch- j elium, Wash. Victor NiHio.a-s, a chos- I en BncceBKor to Chief Barnaliy, wlio 'died on .Ttily 24, presided. pro- blem herorc council In tiin matter of kinship, which invclveH many knotty points. J. M. Johnson, suh-ng- in c-harse, rcpreaenled the Un- ited State.-; government, the interpre- ter beinn Joseph Chief Barmiby, who preBidnd a-i, -the Coun- cil in September. 1310. said, in wel- coming persons from the Cotviile and oihfir roscrvatlons to the tribe: "Yon will bs enlHicd to shave in our lands, but yon will nol share in our money." H la announced that f will disbursed to Colvllle Indians. This Is preliminary lo opening of the BoiiIJi Imlf of the roserve. Machinery Men Gobble the of Claresholm Clnrcsholm, Dec. V. A. Leeds and three children have left Tor a- trip to the Old Country. -Mr. aiKl Mrs. V. Delhrlrtgfi have gone to Ontario for Christmas.- 'I'lu- ladies of the I'rnsbyterV.n Cinireh held a voiy successful anni- supper hi the OddfeM-v'r 'salt last eventnti, and there f- large irttendancn. Considerable complications have You Can Clean the Top of a Sask-Alta Range With a Cloth or a piece of paper and make it shine like a mirror. The top of a Sask-Alta Range is burtt- polished. You won't need the rnussy stove polish that you require for your ordinary brushes, no mits, no blackened hands, no tired arms and back. This is but one reason why the McClary SasbAlta I Steel Range 1 is the range you need. The other reasons arc in the Sask- Alta booklet that will come to you free, from the nearest the nearest McClary agent's name mnd address. Write today for the Sask-Alta booklet. I MSClaiy s Vuounr. St. Joka, For Sale by "Stafford- Agnew Co.'- FOR WINDY DAYS you need matches that won't blow out .as soon as you strike them. EDDY'S WAX VESTA FLAMERS will burn from S to 10 seconds iifter being lighted, no matter how bad the weather.' Wind and rain have no effect whatever on them during that length of time. Pill, up in boxes containing 25 matches, III sizes to conveniently fit the vest pockel. At all good dealers. THE E. B. EDDY COMPANY HULL, CANADA. THE PEOPLES' FORUM ririscn, owing to certain threshing outfits not being able to pay ihcir wages to their workmen. It sweins that -the implement companies, hav- ing bonne] the unfortunate threshing machine ownurs hand and foot, come find band stop orders proceed- ing on an assignment of tbe ihrcsli bills in tile machinery order. There is no employees' wages act for thresberniRn, and thus there is a dan- ger of tbe men nol getting their wag- es, an intolerable s-'nte of nffnirfi which should bo at. once remedied by the InHlBlftture. The fine weather still continues, and much wheat is being hauled. If it will only keep on till Christmas tbe fields would be bare of stooks. At iUr. nnd .Mrs. A. Cornwall, a danhter. Miss Luella Sr.boof was iaken to the hospital at Calgary for medical attention. Professor Arnold loW a ShcHicM An historic pulpit, which was used (ICngjand) audience Hint irBitlfal niffi jhy Matthew Henry, the lamWn com- nre rceonimrnrtlnp the past md of .Slinmcld becniiKc ot iinokr, ns liiilablp for sanatoria for nsttiiMll- rntnlfir, during his ministry at llackitjy in 1712, has hern secured for the I'mhyterinn Church, Oood- ii.uycs, Ksscv. When a grey-haired and benevolenfr- looking old nian of 81 years, Uolierts, was Mntcnced to twelw months' hard labor at NoWimhim, Kngland, lor houwhrtaking, it stated tint the previous day ths anniversary of his first convic- tion, lie had served twenty-three years in Jail. Clean, dry bedding is a prime requisite In the care of livestock. There are no UK- MJttons to this rule. 1 hivit straw at 40c a hcle dttlTernl. 94t AthlMIc Ftrk HAV, AMAIN AND FtIO WhdtMlf J. C. Hanrahan RAYMOND MAN'S PROTEST Editor l.ctiibriilgc Herald an issue of your paper a days ago 1 read an article under the brad, "The Mail Order The writer ..ecrns to be very much in hivor oi the people doing business with their home merchants. In this 1 heartily agree with him, or at least have al- ways done so till lately. Wkit would you do if you were in my place'.' I have ft llt'ic business of .115- own, and stick entirely to my business alone. It: is foreign to that of }1 general merchant's, and docs not belong io them at all. If the mer- chants hen: wen: willing to live and let live it would be alright, but they are hutting into my business and car- ry everything in my line. For Ihc ahovc mentioned reason I am now buying almost all my dry goods and groceries from mail order houses am also taking club orders ami inducing my neighbors to send with me, for we can get dry goods and groceries from 3ri per cent, to 2.60 per cheaper from mail or- der houses than we can get them from our home merchants, and as 'often as we. can make up an order for from 100 His. tn 500 or we send to a mail order house ior it and the freight costs Mil very liUlr. For instance, 1 will just mention twrf articles for comparison We our town 27A cents per Hi. for honey, to the mail order house ir> cents per Hi. .Some lime ago 1 wauled a cheap, cverv-day suit of clothes, and the cheapest one I could get here that would do me, costiS.n.75. I sent to a mail order house and got a suit ior ami alter Ijgot it 1 showed it to some clothiers and "them whatp they could sell me a hand-me- down suit like it for, and the an- swer was "18.00." This may seem .to Some an exaggeration, hut it is u. fact and 1 have tbe clovhos now. From the amount oi business I hive done in the past year T could 'not sup- port ray family comfortably if 1 had to buy altogether from tke iBorcsumti here. Yours truly, 0. C. WIXOM, Raymond, Alia. A Special Bargain t We hnvo 720 acres of land at, a snap. H K n forced sale Uicrofore we invite you to call at once and sen us 35 it oan't lust only this week. H fe all fenced. 660 acres broken. Good water on some. We also have the prlvllefie lo exchange Uie same for other property, A 50 x 125 foot lots with 7 roomed house, cloae in, it great sacrifice. The Alberta British Columbia Land Co., Ltd. S10 7th Ground Floor Sherlock Bldg. D. L. KIMtALL, MGft. RAISE YOUR VISOR Editor your columns last evening a correspondent signing him- self 'Another requested cer- tain information from me. Although I recognize tba.t I here may be conditions under which a person is justified In concealing his did Jiinlns, under a nom dc plume, yet as 11 general rulo 1 believe that a. per- son who has a message to delivor for the public should not bo ashamed 1.0 deliver that message over his own sig- nature. A.t all events, I am not one ot those who care to have correspondence or discuss matters with persons lo me unknown. If, therefore, "Another really anxious for the information bo seeks, be must raise his vilior and dis- I close his identity, and I shall then pleased to give it ito him, but not other- Iwlse. I Yours truly, C. F. P. CONTDEARB. Valuable site for APARTMKNT Mouso on 'three terms. Orders for Gait Coal. taken licrc Farm and City Loans PHONE 644 The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;