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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALP Lots just across the street from Victoria Park each Terms 1 -3 cash, bal. 3 and 6 mo. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge LOOK THIS UP 3 lots 25 x 125, lii 1-., racing easl, at each. Easy terms. The sower will pans within 25 fuel of this property shortly. R. V GIBBONS CO ROOMS f. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. the H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. "SHERLOCK PHONE HOUSES TO RENT. INSURANCE. Angus Shantz Rentalt. ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. 1700 3 With -shack. This week only, price 7 ROOMED MODERN On, a .42 foot lot, 1 block from Central School, worth 53SOO, for quick sale 1 only t miles from station und coil; all stdani plow land; small payment cash; hal. terms. Price er acre A GENUINE SNAP Hall' ttcrc in MuKi.ll.op Addition, price cusli, balance 6 and 12 months. North Lethbridge Realty Co. Victoria Park Addition The High Class Residential District Lots 3 and 4. Block I, each Lots 1.2 to 15, Block 3, .Lots (i to Block 4, each Lots and 17, Block 4, each Lots 18 and Block 4, each Lots 5 to 8, 'Block 3, each...........-.. Lots 9 tq 14, Block 6, Lots 3 to 4, Block 7, each Lots 17 and 1.8, Block 9, 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 CHOICE RESIDENTIAL SITES V1CTOKIA PARK Two pairs lo.tB facing on Westminster Road; one from cur line; on water, and sewer. Price per pair Oils-fourth cash; G and 12 months. THE CASCAUEN LAND CO. PHONE 1058. ROOM 10, ttACDONALD BLOCK MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Farm and City Property i aero lot No. 1SS jiorningsldo, cash; balance G and 12 months. S lots in Block t3iiO cash: 4 and S months. 1 lot on Hruce St., Riverside, cash, bal. -I S THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1325. city Property. C R 'DANIEL T.B.DUNHAM S.S.DUNHAM WM. INGRAM, Pres. V. Seey. Mgr. The Alberta Securities To Loan On Improved BALMORAL BLOCK, PHONE 1245. Lots 9 and 10 block W Facing on West- minster Road Terms if required See H.J.H.SkeitK Phone 1343 Ojjp.'Alexandra I Hotel FOR_SALE Flax W.R. DOBBIN Agent tor A very A Steam Plowing Engines. PROHIBITION IN NEW ZEALAND SURPRISING TEMPERANCE VOTE WAS IN THE RECENT ELECTIONS, Melbourne, Dec. lii.-The. nroliilii- tion New is certain tliat .'i years htncc tlm cause of tem- perance throughout that country will prevail, anil Unit when tlic issue is voted upon again a magniliccnl vic- tory will lie recorded for the aboli- tion of liquor traffic. This optimistic view is taken (lie. result of Hie elections held throughout the country a few days ago, when proliiMlion was made a national issue for the first Hint that it has laconic such in any country. The magnitude ol life prohibition vote was a surprise, I here being re- corded in favor and against. The vole required I0 entry was BO per cent., and the. result in- dicates that the percentage obtained was per cent., not far short (if the necessary vote required. MONSTER TREE FELLED 'INVESTOR! LOOK! We 100 acres choice sub-division property nt ?200 an acre. Property adjoining is belli iit 1600 air acre. 160 aerts coal land, 7 miles from city, Jltf.OO an acre un- lil Doc. The G. E. Fleming Agency REAL ESTATE, LOANS INSURANCE 305 6th St. So., Lethbridje. Exclusive Agents for GRAND VIEW The Grand Trunk Pacific Sub- division Live Agents Wanted MORAL REFORM AGENTS BUSY Toronto, Dec. T. Albert Moore, general secretary of the Alc- Micdisi Temperance-.mi] moral reform i departnmnt, has been Port. William. Korf. Frances and other p'iaees in '.Vorlhuni Ontario in connection with I loon] option campaigns and looking into (.he moral conditions in various towns. Rev. .1. W. Aitkcns, field sec- rctarj'v is just hack from -a trij) of several weeks in cause of which I he wan as far away us Victoria. Hoviil, Jdulio, Dec. King of tin; Hi? largest wliitc pine ir.ee known in the world, was felk-d five niilcs from, llovill yester- day iittitrjiuon. This iree, which is. j lo tliou.s.inds of people all ov- er MIC country, scaled feet. It had'hcttit. eslimat-ecl to from to feet by timber mrn nil over the country. This ireet was 207 frei long a-ul M feet around the hull and over eight lent in di- laiiiRter. It .was -13S years old. The 'first; log cut from Ihe hull end was 33 long nwl contained 7200 feet of Ininlu'r, whicli is declared lo he llie" largest white pine ever made- INTENTIONS GOOD POLICY WRONG London, Dec. his announce- ment of the; attitude of Orcat ilri- lalii in the Persian dillicitltics Sir Edward Grey said thai the Russian government continued the foreign treaty and had demanded thai Mr. Sinister be withdrawn. The British government had said that it did not object lo that demand. Mr. Shus- Icr's intention in appointing HrUisli officials in Northern Persia were good, hut the spirit and intention of the Anglo-Russian agreement could not he permitted (0 he upset, and two great'-.nations embroiled, by Ihe action of any no maU-ei how good the itirenlinns were. i After what had happened he agreed, with Russia's demand 'that Hie con-' sent of the HrUisli and Ilnssian lega- lions should he obtained for the ap- I ['ointment of foreign advisers to IJei'- sia. In coiiclusk'ii Sir Edward said that us 1'ersia wns unable to pay any indemnity he hoped Russia would lie induced not to press that demand. The foreign secretary said lint if the diflk'iilty were mismanaged or rudely handled'by UKKC cwncsmwl, .larger issues of policy might become involv- e-d. The Uritish rrovermnent .strongly the res turn, t ion of t hy ex- Slmh and Russia has givr-n ealigori- cal assurances that it had no inlen-' lion of the kind. Following a search In-ating ihrec years, Samuel Hawkins and liis wife, Windsor, were arrested, charged with iinl-awfuHy-. harboring their six-ycnr- old grandson. Mrs. Carrie Hawkins, mother of the child, is tlio eom'plain- anl. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market eacJ situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LUD.. D.C.L., PdEIIMHT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENUAL FOR SALE ONK HUPP. Nowly pnlnleil and In first running order. TireB and olher parts In good I'ricc caah. Will trade for Lath- bridge Renl Estate. A. E. IVES Stafford Block. Office Phone fttdtltnee 731. PACKING BOX CAUGHT FIRE A miniature fire oficurrc'd ternoon nt. -1.15 a1. Ihe rear of the Do- I minion block when a small packing; I r-aso in some unknown manner caught i lire. The fire department, were call- ed out ami the trouble was over in about t.c" minutes. BLOOD HOWNOS ON I of Sully county. He turned TRACK OF DESPERADOES I Ihc money over In olicdlenco to MCVIT S D Deo. j hlnckhanrt letters.. Immediately licnmilB'today arc oir1.hu troll of sev- i doing so the nirn who Into last night secured hloodhoiinda tram nelnhbor town IHioo from Henry conuiy and they were put ou the trail. Clean, dry bedding is a prime. reQulslte In the care of livestock. There are no ex- ceptions to this rule. I have wheat straw nt 40o a hale delivered. Phone 319 Athletic Park HAY, CHAIN AND FEED Wholtxlt Retail Ilunrahaii SIR CHARLES TUPPER SLIGHTLV IMPROVED IjOiidon, Dec. condition of Sir Charles Tupper, who is suffering I'l'oni an acute attack of bronchitis, shows there i.; slight improvement Is maintained. Wholetftle Retail Dealers, in Hay, Oats, Potatoes General Produce on Ion or carloads, mixed oar lols.-hay. I'eed, flour antl polatoes. etc. our specially. Cellar "space for wholesale purposes, lo rent at model-ale charge. This use of npiir tracl; anil elevator. Special prices for oasll on onr large stock of Mcl.augh-' lin Cnrrlasns, Fish Was- to clear. Hyde Savnders OFFICE A WAREHOUSES 2nd Avenue E. P.O.BciK 112. Tel. 1244. CAPITAL. REST. TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when travelling-. They are negotiable iverywhere, self-identifying-, and the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. cheques are issued in denominations of 550, and MM and may be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to those about to which will be sent free to anyone applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G..K. Nourse. Mgr. Union Bank of Canada Capital and Profit! T.t.1 (Over) London, England Office, Sl.Tlireadneedle Street, E. C. A Branch of this Hank has been established in London, England, .t No. 51, Threadneedle Street, B.C., where Letters of Credit ami Drafts payable at all important points in Canada and the United Slates, can re purchased, and Money Transfers arranged. A Visitors' 'Room is provided for the convenience of clients of the' Dank when ill London, to which their mail may be addressed. Correspondence solicited. tendon Branch W. A M.C. ASHE, Manager. HART-SMITH, To Least I iii-ivs liintl There ;iro 500 ncres stubble. Good steam 4ff on- ifiiu.': 14 .John .Dccre plows; cook ami lm.nk _> walfir tanks;