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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FAQE FtVt THt UTHMIDOI OAlkf WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, THE HERALD'S RERL ESTATE MARKET The best Stearn Plowing Engine made is the Avery. I sell them. Same Old Stand: Southard Block i Fine Choice LoU in Duff Addition, to 200 Lots in Alexander Addition stat I A REGULAR SANTA GLAUS Lots.15, 1C, 17, Block 90, Lots 6'and 7, Block 96, each. Lots 23'and 24, Block'9o, each. Easy terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD B-LOCK .L -H- NELSON HAS THE BEST PORT I The Best Buy in the City: A business site on Ford St., close to Post Office, three lots 25x125, on easy terms, or cash. R.V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK. PHONE 222 -I-H- H-M'H I I I I I t M-H-H-I I I I I I H-M-I- BIG lots, choice, fire and half blocks south of Central T School, for cash. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH IH-H I II I I 1 HIl I I I I H-H II It I I I I M-H-I- f T t I New 9-roomed House in Duff Addition, full basement, fur- nace, cash handles, balance monthly. Lot and half Pine St., cash, or 8300 terms New 6-rooined f ally modern house on Courtland St., SSOU cash handles, f Illinois Alberta Realty Co. T 2nsi floor Jotinsan Block, next Balmoral Kite! Plione 23B and I bumped into miners rushing for j safety, eventually being knocked un-l conscious by a fall, but was rescued: by one of the miners and carried to the shaft." i The escaped miners all told of; tumbling over dead bodies. The mine' management gave to the family j of each victim and is providing food i for the bereaved. i A dramatic appeal to Chinese pa-', i triotism was made at Hankow on _________; Nov. 20th at a meeting to oppose the i floating of foreign loans for building Ottawa, Dec. is no room the Yoh Hon and Chun Han railroad, for doubt that Nelson is the much The principal speaker cut ofi his lit- better harbor, said Mr. M. J. But- j tie finger before the assemblage, ere-; ler, deputy minister of railways, in a ating a sensation as he waved the report on the Hudson Bay railway: bleeding stub. The district gentry are project, which was tabled in the, fighting to have the line financed hy Commons to-day. The two lines con-i domestic loans and have raised over sidered were to Fort Churchill and "three millions. The United States, Port Nelson from the Pas Mission, j with European nations, has been de- Comparing the Port Nelson route manding; a share in foreign loans pro- with the other, he says The line is! building this line. also shorter by 67 miles, the countrv j throughout which it runs is better j __ and the possibility of business is al- DlTUlIt On OlltV together with the Nelson route. There i is also a probability that a fair pro-! portion of the route is available for f- settlement, whereas on the Churchill j route there is no such probability be- yond Split Lake, where the lines sep- Regina, Dec. McLaugh- arate. The sea route will pass to' lib, night operator of the C.P.R. at the north of Ireland and the distance; Balgonie, who was arrested by a from Liverpool to Port Nelson is. member of the R.N.W.M.P. last week. 200 miles, against fo'o Mont-; charged with being drunk while on real to Liverpool. The crux of the i duty, was given his hearing before matter is what business can be nan.d-! Police Magistrate Trant yesterday led by such a railway and of afternoon and fined and costs. On value it is likely to be to the coun-' December 3, it appears; Mr. Mc- try tributary to it. For all Laug-hlin was' unable to work; tical purposes the city of though he managed to read the mes- the whole of the remaining area of sage and drop the signal, he had not Saskatchewan and Alberta 'belonging sufficient control to write it out. The to the Pas. This immense district is summons was sworn out bv the local Operator Fined T L Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land SOLE AGENTS -H-H-I-I-H-H-M i i 11 "i M i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A fine cLonce to secure highly improved farm well located on very reasonable terms: acrs 2 1-2 miles from rsew town i.f Barons. 380 acres ready for spring crop; all fenced and cross fenced; two storey house, stone founda- .tion with water in house; barn for 20 head granaries and other outbuildings: also good well at barn. TEKMS: IVo dollars per acre "cash, in one year, bal, vrop This is the finest proposition on the market an-d will be tnken up very quickly. Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phem- 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Bos 679 t equal to the area of the states of North-and South Dakota, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Iowa, v.-herc there is a population of about and a railway mileage of about square miles. tilitv of the Northwest is agent and the accused was brought to trial under the clause in the rail- way act which makes this an offence. One of the witnesses, a conductor, swore that he could not say th'e man The fer- was might have been sick. at least but the "station agent swore he was equal to the states named. It is ap- drunk. Mr. Wood appeared for the parent, however, concludes Mr. But- defendant and contended that the j ler, that under the circumstances man- was offMuty and in that event j grain may be placed at the Hudson did not come under the clause. The -Bay on board ship as cheaply as at magistrate found that the man was Fort William, hence the possibility on duty and he inflicted a fine of S50. of saving five cents per bushel, as-. Mr. Allan conducted the prosecution, sumiiig that insurance and freight: rates are 'equal at Montreal and'Port; Nelson. He estimates the complete cost of the railway to Port Nelson to be S8.981.80P with 80-pound rails. No Brakman On Top Of Cars A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan J> THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. O. Bos 254 -v-i A Good Corner on Burdett Street for Sale, four from Union Depot for The H. Macbeth Agency -r-r WEST REALTY GO. AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP I 11 LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR Z T T I j. t THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Fully Modern 7-Roomed House, standing on 2 Lots, beauti- _, fnl situation, corner position, MANY MINERS LIVES j Ottawa, Dec. railway cora- mission is considering the question of i doing: away with brakemen on top of j freight cars. This, it is claimed, I would reduce cost of bridges at level j crossing throughout the Dominion. The Grand Opera House, offices and plant of the Peoria Journal and the Peoria Democrat was burned early yesterday. The total damage was more than partly covered by insurance. i A car of foreigners arrived at t Springhill Mines, N.S., fron> Mont-j real, and were escorted by officers to the collieries boarding house. They are to break the strike now on. st the mines, and more are to be. j brought. Trouble is feared. i The gross receipts of the Toronto j Railway Company last month were j The city's share in thej percentage was being i in excess of the amount received in November last year. Roy Pollard, of Chandos, while out hunting, fell on his gun, which was discharbed. The charge entered his left side killing him. I F. Pardee, M. P. for West Lamb- I ton, and chief L-iberal whip, was op- j crated upon at the Sarnia G-eneral Hospital for appendicitis. His condi- tion is reported favorable. BUSINESS PROPOSITION Three Lots and Good Store centrally situated in North Ward. For particulars enquire Tel. 294 L. S. R.1PLEY Office Block "T i CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES IN YUKON Victoria, Dec. 14. News was brought by the Monteagle, which ar- rived to-day from Japan, of a col- liery tragedy at Onoura colliery, Fu- kuoka prefecture, Nov. 24. involving the loss of 262 lives. "But 43 of the miners escaped after an explosion. The mine is .one of the largest in! tion Southern Japan, employing administrative officers Hon. Frank miners, whose output is tons; Oliver has decided upon a consider- monthly. A survivor's story is as able reduction is the staff. Mr. Lith- follows i gow, gold commissioner, will be Ottawa, Dec. a result of DON'T LET THAT BAD SORE SPOIL YOUR CHRISTMAS Zam-Buk will prevent it. Ulcers, old wounds, cold sores or eczema cause great pain, as well as being very un- sightly, and at this festive season are particularly unpleasant. Zam-Buk is compounded specially to remove such disfigurements. Purely herbal in its composition Zam-Buk contains those wonderful healing "I was working feet from the: transferred to Ottawa, an-d the' ser- shaft when the explosion occurred, j vices of several other officials have being followed bv dense black smoke. The electric lights were extinguished also will be dispensed with. a Acauil1 UJ 'essences which nature has prescribed the centralization of the admimstra- j for man's use. It stops the smart of in Yukon and the need of fewer! a cut, the ache of a burn and the scalding burning agony of the more serious skin diseases. If your child suffers, try it. If you are the victim, don't waste time. Depend upon it the thousands f' people who daily use Zam-Buk in this country wouldn't do so unless it was real good! Fifty cents per box, all been dispensed with. Other officials j Druggists and Stores or I Toronto, for price. f THE i Farm ieowitf In, T OPEN1 FOR BUSINESS IN THE 1 Whitney Block I .UttibrUge Mterta Phone-261.' Office Crabb Street 2 Small House and Lot North Ward, SH75, good terms. A few well losated lots in North Ward 'at each, terms Lots on Cu'tbill Street. Price S600 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 opporttmf ry to yon, 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 place when we can help you to obtain adjoining lands. We also can loan you mon- ey. Write, or better still, call and soe want to get acquainted. FOR SALE! 4 Splendid Residence J Lots on Street, North Ward each. Good terms J 7 p. 0. Box 1892 Room I Ott Block. 4-J. Phone 457 Lethbndge, Alta. f n it (Opp. Bunk of Montrerii) AGENCY Arartin Phnnn 1 i: -I. A. WADDELL J Bow Island Realty and -Insurance Agency J FapiTe Rpniinitif n 1 lOitil ElubUiill UUi T 4 ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD IT WJ LL PAY Good Residential Lois for Sale at Prices MONEY TO LOAN I FIRE INSURANCE SNAP: New 2-story House on Brunton Street, 5 rooms and bath, fully modern, will handle, balance easy. F. L WHITNEY Co. and Leading Real Estate 414 ROUND STREET Financial Brokers Reference Bank of Montreal 4-3-H-H-H- 960 acres on the Weyburn line. Strictly billiard table proposition. Easy terms. We are owners. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block I 'H .H..H..M..IMI. M> Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like.it. GOOD TERMS. We Either Buy or Sell See Us Today FOR SALE 640 acres of choice land only three miles from town, 200 acres new breaking ready for spring crop. Good water on land. Price for quick sale, per acre cash, pay- ment and balance one-half crop payments with interest at 5 per cent. APPLY The Canadian Real Estate J. Having dissolved partnership-wit E..C. Lucltke, I have obtained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND ;iml offer business anH resideiitiaJ lots at prices ranging from to t Acre Lot Blk M, Successors to W. R. Ooborn Ground Flour CIRST DOOP SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE 18. ;