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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. December JJETTTBRfTDGE DAILY T' We have some good buys in CALL AND SEE US Ask for one of our free maps of the City of Lethbridge roper Phone 311 A new five roomed cottage, North Ward :'close to cash, suit purchaser. V_ Stilly modern eight room Coutts St.. rents 140.00 per month, cash: balance 6 and 12 months 7 V. GIBBONS CO. Ott Block JUprmntlng: North American Life Assurance Co, London "Guarantee Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.. of London. -OFFICES Edmonton, High N.nton. V.ncouv.r, it LODGE IN CITY INSTITUTED Alizpah Lodge, No. 72, I- 0. 0. R, LOAN3 THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE f 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at each. lots in Block 26 Daft Add., close to new school at C0ttage 10tsia Bloct facing Westminster for was instituted on Thursday afternoon, at o'clock, in Reding's Lethbridge. j "The installation was in charge o 'D. D. G. M. John Bradshaw, of Leth Bridge; G. C. Dr. Rusk, of Lethbridge ;P- G C. Tully, ot Calgary, organiser .for. the Grand Lodge at present in jstituted the lodge. The officers elected and installed were as follows: Grand, C. E Thompson; Vice Grand, "j. "R. Ber- nard; Recording. Secretary, J. A. Gil- more; Financial Secretary, w." P; j Ritchie! The lodge" thereupon adjourned 4 SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP of choice irrigated'land suitable for garden A. big-money-maker for party who subdivides it. per or wrlVseil.part at an advanced price. -Half "section east of Stirling at per .Small house renting for on 35 foot lot' London balance easy terms. Condon Road, of :14 lots with 6 room house, a business renting for per month and .stable for 20 horses nof' casb; balance 1 and 2 years. Curses, ail toi THE INTTESTMENT CO ROOM 10 ALBERTA 77? We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains in section tracts THE 0. W. :KERR CO.; O. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager- o'clock in "th'e .'.evening, when the degree team of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 and Viaduct Lodge No. 53, con- ferred 'degrees. Many members of jbdth lodges were" present; I There are about forty new members and rabout fifteen; old members, from S .modern house, cbr( .Glynl and Bom- pas. .7 roomed modern house, newly decorated, Brunton st- to FOKSALE Lots .in Blk. Mf. close London Rd., only 1250.00. Some choice residences, all modern, in firfet class locality. Prices and terms right. THE EXCHANGE 309 4th Ave. .Phone 597 good moraine-Mister' were the greetings offered to the police court yesterday morning by Henry Bohe- I old who" bowed, right.and left as he was in hand, into "the room from the cells where he had night you know re- marked the. Chief; as-Boheman enter- ed the r "Do" I ,'know _ are.charged with- _______. interposed the beak. COUPLE MAIL .BAGS "Well> perhaps.I was.. I don't knJvr. WAOON in." other lodges. This is.the second lodge of I. 0. 0. tostituted within the year, and more- than two hundred members have joined Oddfeliowship within one year, showing it to be a very popular! organization and making great pro-' gress in the city.: The ceremonies all went with- concluded at The'lodge -A couple -of mail; sacks were picked p by a man named .Mcllroy in the early hours of yesterday morning be- tween, the post, office and the depot He took them to the depot The courier who the. contract for car- rnng ;the mail missed the sacks when he. was unloading his wagon at the and was, about to start back lor them .when Mcllro "Have you drunk "Well; I only: glasses of beer yesterday." .you been..'up' he're Twice -this -summer." "Ten dollars and coBts.'V have, three months' wages coming to-ine; Mr. Egan-knows-me, all know.me; if you'll just let me' SALE 2 loti. Blk. each. t 1-2 lots, face east, Blk. 325, each. t lots, cor. on Courthuid. Good buy. each, L; SJ JMPpY CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOAN PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACOONALD BLOCK; A FEW THINGS "TO "'-Ask the men.of Lethbrtfje today taw eighty-per cant.-of them wi Estate." of ttMfr We have eleven loti.jieW for each, fio caih In ttoee these lots will be for I50D each. Do you ey? This :is your chance. T i The mail is particularly go out and get it iieavy at this -.time .of "the vear, and the bags had fallen off the proba-bly overlbaded mail wagon. BUILD ;out a hitch, and were about 1.30 this mornin 1 room has been exceptionally -well fit- ted up and is one' of the finest in the city. SLIGHT DECREASE IN BUILDING PERMITS The Building- permits for the year 1910. will not quite come up to the splendid. record attained last year, 1909, when the-total-value of all build' ings for which .psrmits were issued was The figures this year to date are or about short of last.year, and it is extremely unlifeely that this shortage, will be made up-before the end ofj feat- month. In glancing over the two years, the most nc______ ure is the fact" that last year's'figures were swelled by the court house, the new power house and several fifty feet front; apple trees- l pear jee; l plum tree; 1 grape vine; all bearing; abo.ut 40 different varieties of roses (ali fancy) imported from Scotland and France genuine bargain. cash or 1-2 casb, balance per month Interest 6 per cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple 1 1 cherry tree; all bearing; with furniture and all complete cash. (Jump quick here.) Three business lots, just 125 ft. from the best comer in perfectly level; some old buildings thereon; 75 feet front, "price cash, balance ?20 per month; interest tf per cent. One lot in best residence section, cash. _ 6 lots with two comers near Lake shore. Would make a fine tor a summer cottage. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tains. To give away, 1200 for the 6 lots. 3" lots corner, about 150 yards from C. P. R, depot- one small cosy house thereon; city water and electric light Din'cheap ?1 laTld' on-e mile river with some buildings; ;nm TOO feet of Poplar Creek station, Lardo branch of C P R' ice 1-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 months, interest 6 pc AnA several, other lots, all ror sale pheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. C. no witnesses, were unrepre-l isented by .counsel, and the evidence j was such that there was: no other course but to commit them.! When the case was called for trial inj November the girls were not to be! found, having skipped out of town, I and the cases were adjourned until'! the next sittings. MURDER IN ST. PAUL St. Paul. Dec. Charles T. Vv'as found uead in an up- stairs room in her home, 925 Desete _ street, St. Paul, the victim of a brutal j murder. The post mortem examina- jtion showed that the woman had been .'struck so violently that several of her i ribs had been broken and had pierced Her lungs. There also were three large wounds in the head. The policy found .blood spattered about the room jin which the body was found, lace j curtains were pulled down ond brok- Jen glass scattered on the floor. The: police believe the woman was struck by a jarge bottle. Charles T. .lIcKen- ma, the woman's husband, is held at ,the central station pending an invcs-' 'tigation. it is probable that der charge will be presented against' nirn. The Dowsley- McMillihLandGd. 3rd Ave- snd 7th St. sale in. irrigated..lands, close to the city. -all broken, all under ditch near jail for 1125. Easy'tenns. Will ;be subdivision land some daj in the early acres, 7 miles south city; 1-4 irrigated; house; buildings; 1-2 under wintei wheat; SO acres timothy hay; acre. Nothing around it at than ?Sr per acre. acres Coaldale-district; 4 miles out from city; 5( acres 30 acres dry; aU fenced. -This is a snap Come in. Write about it acre tracts for market gardens; very" close in; write for our list. section beautiful land near Kipp, about 7 from Lethbridge; acre? less than surrounding land house sale this week. Assume the mort- .gages and a few hundred dollars cash and own your own home. lots, all parts of the city. Get our prices be fore buying elsewhere. Agents Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire ins. Cc. Agents Wanted Selling agents the G. T. F. town Win- nipeg and Edmonton. _ How much is it Ah, 13- I'll-be right He was allowed: Boheman is ah old say he is in a horribly filthy-condition, and fair- ly alive -The court ex- he-would" be" unable to pay the to. go to tie bar- But- it was. not for a to be. He works a" JViarquardt's grad- ing "outfit, who are camped just east of the city, and gets drunk every" he comes into the 'city. afraid you will get drunk -remarked- the magistrate, when he asked to. be allowed tb go and get' his fine, but it was only on promising not to do so, that he was let go. SIMM FOR STEALING Choice blo'cfcof 1120 acres in West of the on the Hnl of; bum-Lethbridge extension. Sttiirey within three hundred yards of this" Ian_____... .is smooth open prairie, itcmes, and not oyer aion; This be "sold .on, very easy terms, cash.payment of abotit four orfiTe thoii- sand dollars made, balance; paid in srt equal-annual payments, with interest at cent per.annum. v- SUBMif- OFFERS TO. OWNER Yesterday at a. special sitting. of the judge's criminal district court-a I man or the name or Alfred Smith I haiJs. iroin- Indiana, was t' vonvicted froni-die C.1 j.r. H. Co.'s.cars.. .The prisoner, elect-i ed ro be "tried "speedily, and after a' snort adjournment to allow of Mr. Conybeare, the crown prosecutor, to': mate the 'necessary arrangements, he i was duly tried. .The prisoner, who was an employee of the company stole jtwo boxes of canned fruits from one 'of the cars whilst in the company's yards, and he pleaded guilty to theft s. J. Shepherd, who appeared for him, in a few words made a "strong- appeal to-the'bench for leniency oa .account of the prisoner's previous j good and did his best to pre- j tent the prisoner in as favorable light ;as possible to His Honor Judge Car- I penter. The prisoner was sentenced to fivr hard .lalsor at the mounted police' barracss COUTTS'NEWS THE LEIHBR1DGE LAND AND COAL GO. FORA FEW SNAPS 5 roomed fully modern 'house, with good barn. An snap at or. Cow-Hand street uarn on oo ft x 152 ft, 5 roomed cottage with small stable on 2 lots, on Catbffi street, roomed ndty modern .house, on Fisher street, fSOOO. "V i! 3 corner lots, facing east, adjoining old fair grounds, at 2 lots on Cutbill street, between Co.urtJacd and London 1 ict on Ford street. -near fire hall, for Room 1, 3snk of Commerce p Q BOX PHONE 477 SUDDEN COLD WAVE STRIKES EASTERN STATES! .New York, Dec. a record i of one death and many cases suf-' tering from exposure, New York met; tiie shock of a sudden cold wave from ithe northwest which today holds the entire northeastern section of the country in its grip. Nine degrees above zero, officially registered in early morning hours was the minimum temperature in this, city, but up the slate where the ef-j fects of a cold snap was more sev- erely felt, the mercury sank to eight' below. This was a drop of from the samo Hour yesttrday. In- vestment Six Loti on bpur on a corner 1-3 cash, LaL-nice in 6 and 12 months at 0 per cent. 310 7th St. South Thos. and Babe Farrelt, ranchers east Oi town, were Visitors here over Sunday; A K. Heimer, who has lived here tor tne past two months, departed the first of the week for Ashcroft, British Columbia. Mrs. Heimer and son, Frankie, left at. the same time for Dakota. Pqole, a large land-owner miles east of town, left last even- ing for his ranch with a load of sup- plies He, made a hasty trip 10 'Lethbridge last week. Frank Colii- t-on, who has n homestead near ihc Poole estate, accompanied Mr. Poolc jback to the ranch. Jas O'Laughliu, of West Buttc, who went to Lethbridge last week to obtain medical treatment for a severe, case of nu-asics, returned Monday, He, is not entirely recovered yet there are reported to Le several" cases of measles the 25 to -JO miles east here. p Miss Kathleen Farrell, who rosidrs i twenty-two miles east of Coutts, jhere the iirst of the week canvassing 'tin: di.siric: to secure votes in compe- tition with other young ladies of Al- i .-ilNE We are able to offer for sale one of the best independ-" eat mines in the disrrict. Ful- 1? opened out and equipped. Seven foot seam of clinker- 1 .Tust the thing for individual or small company. ait LG oi'ier this very P. J. GUMMING Co. T ethbridgc T. N. CHRISTIE i CO. Real Estate and Brokers, Agents Diamond City Towusite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, 'cess in securing subscribers here for the Lethbridge, publication. Oscar Lintl, formerly of N'anton, through Couits a week office. It is planned at that time 10 create a new school district to he! i known'as the Verberg district. Thi: ratepayers Of the community will vote ------W.H- question as to whether a school bcrla !or prizes in the Herald eon- is desired, and. if so, the three mis-1! Miss Farrell reports great sue- will'be elected at the .'meeting. The conimittee Of three who have the matter in cJjargc, art- J. A. Graham, R. Vincent, and E. J. ThoTnp- i ------o-- son. The proposed district will con- j ago on his way hack to his Alberta tain 14 sections in l-l-l, anri three in ihome. He migrated to 2-14, also the parts of others of Monl., last, spting, and, in the re-' 2-14 lying'south of Milk River. Th" turn trip, took his emigrants effects school will he about five miles f-om back to Canada. A. N. Brown, of Coutts. Tire establishment of another dis- trict, is being planned of here. The is _.._, Ol't by a, committeo. posted at the CoutU post will be known a-s lite Clnrincla school FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BAKLEY Wire or write us for quotations-on car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary It will be located near the new post officx) of the same name which is at the ranch ho roe Of GK A. Clark, Surrounded by farmers after a stai- sational robbery, lra Ward committed uicide fourteen miles north oi Para- Kansas. ;