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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta DECCMBEI; 11, 1909 THB HERHI_D'S 'Steam Plowing Engine made is the Avery. I sell them. Same Old Stand: Southard Block MHR Fine Choice Lots in Duff Addition, to 200 Lots in Alexander Addition to Estate .1. START LIVE CONTEST At, a general meeting of the Y. M. C.Thursduy night a plan for increasing tire meiiibciship of the club was adopt- ed by the members. The membership has been divided into two teams the object being to secure the largest number of members for the side. A bannuot, the first to be held in the andi a hotel, will be given some time alter the first of the year LO which every member who secures additional member will be en titled to admission along with the member procured. In addition to this Frank Maxwell has donated a handsome gold ring to the member securing the largest number of new members during the contest. The club has had a very successful term, up till the present and with the added impetus of a largely increased mem- bership should develop into a strong organization. R. R. Davidson has been appoint- ed president owing to the retirement of 0. D. Austin on account of ill health. A meeting will be held or Saturday night at which the teams will report what progress has been made. The members- of tne Young Men's class should remember that tonight is the regular class night. All should make a special effort to attend. The following building permits wen issued this morning: E. Godsalve, a dwelling on Barnes street for J. S. Phillips, a dwelling on Burdett street for POLICE COURT Janies Verity was sentenced to one month's imprisonment in the barracks at the police court this morning for assaulting a Chinaman. Geo. Nough. got the usual fine of and costs for being drunk and dis orderly. A REGULAR SANTA GLAUS '.nts-15, 16, 17. Block 96, each. 6 and 7, Block 96, each. Lots 23 and 24, Block 9b, Easy terms. aT STAFFORD BLOCK X 1 V PHONE 297 -f-H-H- .H..H-I-M-H-I" MAN WHO DISCOVERED MUCH FRAUD IN WEIGHTS i The Best Buy in the City: A business site on Ford St., close to Post Office, three lots 25x125, f on terms, or cash. GIBBONS L.v% -t. lots, choice, five and half blocks south of Central, f T cash. I A1 141 a Securities, Ltd. ROUND AND REDPATH t Vv estmiuster Road, North Ward, i r l.fcs on diaries street, terms. j lf on Pine street, Cash. f H1CHKRD PARR New York, Dec. Parr, who as a special weigher unearthed on November 20, 1907, the weighing frauds on the piers of the Havemeyer Elder, Sugar Refinery, declared on the witness stand ia the United States Circuit Court, in the trial ofj the six Sugar Trust employees charg- ed with conspiracy, that Oliver Spit- zer, who was at that time dock sup- erintendent of the refinery pleaded with him as a brother Mason. ?to keep quiet about his discovery. When the -appeal failed, declared Parr, Spitzer told him he could name his own price, if he would lose the spring with which the scales are said to have been altered to show under- weights. Lots are now offered1 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 t call on THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land Co. SOLE AGENTS " II I I A WEDDING 'I'M M FULLER ACCOUNT OF COLLISION AT SNTINEL Frank, Alta., Dec. 16.-A head-on PLUMBERS AND collision between two freight urines occurred at Sentinel last evening i-b- out 8 o'clock, completely STEAM FITTERS ._, _, Had a -Banquet Many Toasts and a Splendid Time Local, No. 34S of the United Asso- both engines, demolishing a nu-nber jot freight cars 'and. tying up the ciatioTof' Crow's Nest line for about twelve j Steamfitters' Helpers, held their first hours. Most fortunately, no one was! annual banquet last night at seriously injured. Alberta Realty Johnston block. Phone 290. Auto 455. j- THE BEST YET 1-4 section 3 miles from Barons, 100 r low, fenced. House and stable. per .000.0'') cash, bal. easy -terms. K '2 1-2 miles from Bnrons, 395 acres under ".res ready for crop. House, barn, granaries-; i per acre. Easy terms, on either 1'H Macleod and LETHBRIDGE five from good town, for r r? Pavmemt Plan WRTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f The engines were Nos. 14.27 and ling-ton hotel. The menu was both tasty and- plentiful, and the manner in which it was served reflected credit 1473. was running light from i upon Host Porter. About thirty-six Crow's' Nest to make up a train at i members and guests were present. white the other wo hauUnK j a train from the east. How it hap- local gave the toast' of "The King" pened is not known here but evident- which was loyally received. "The ly the light engine was sent out of Armv rand Navy" was proposed by Crow's Nest on the freight's time. and they met under full headway at j tion" by Bro. Lepper and Mr. Priestly. Sentinel. If an effort to render the j "Employers" proposed by Bro. Hacker. two locomotives into scrap iron had'who was first Plumber to come to Lethbridge and responded to bv J. H been made it could not have oeen Kellie of the Western Co more successful while a number of Bro. Walker gave "The City" and J cars of freight will never reach their j T. J. Vallance sanitary inspector, brief- destination Jy rePn'ed- "The found cham _ pions in Bros. Cameron and When the wreck was first reported j Bro Atkinson gave wWch it was feared there had been a num.- was responded to by F. T. Robins, of casualties and a special was sent, A splendid program was gone from Frank with two doctors and a i through contributed to by Mrs. Patter ,i.i, j 4. v son' Bros. White, Pearson, Hacker, nurse developed that but two Nicholsoili Lawson and several others! bad been injured sad; jjjg merry-making being continued to they but slightly. the wee sma' hours of the Stirling, "Dec. evening Mr. Allan Clawson of Ray- mond and Miss Hazel Clark, of Stir- ling were united in the holy bonds of I matrimony at the home of the bride's 1 parents. The ceremony was perform- ed about five o'clock, Bishop A. K. I Fawns officiating. In the evening a large number of friends and relatives assembled, and the house was made to ring to the early hours of the morning. The young couple will take their abode in the vicinity of Ray- _ mond. Their many friends in Stir- i line wish them much joy and happi- ness in their wedded life. Many of the Stirling boys have gone to their former homes in Utah to spend the winter. Among them are Dan Ostlund, Raymond Neilson, Wm. i Spackman, and Louis Brandley. They i expect to return in1 early spring. The Stirling Literary and Debating Society held its weekly meeting on Tuesday evening. A debate, "Re- solved that the press is a greater fac tor in education than the school." was heard with great interest. Only one the negative side'was present, so rather than the debate bv default two impromptu speakers were chosen. The well prepared arguments of the press completely overwhelmed the opposition the affirmative winn- ing by four points. Two frame houses are being built in town, one by Mrs. Mary Kirk, and the other by Mr. Hogenson. BUSINESS PROPOSITION Three Lots and Good Store centrally situated ki North Ward. For particulars enquire L. S. IUPLEY Tel. 294 FORTY MILES LAID IN NEW BRUNSWICK Fredericton, Dec. Parks of the Toronto Construction company states that the company has forty miles of tracks laid on their contract of upwards of 100 miles of G. T. P. in this province. The rails are laid from Cains river as far as Napadoggan Lake. "I-I-I-1 I SNAP New 2-story House on Brxmton Street, 5 rooms and bath, fully modern, will handle, balance easy. Leading Real Estate and Financial Brokers 414 ROUND STREET Reference'Banlrof Mcntreal I-M.: U: j-ou're open for a. snap on Weylnirn line within fif- -teen miles of you should see -south, half 9-8-19. VVt'Jl stack ourctime a-o-ixinst yours -anv dav you say. Tlir'ee iiours will do. SIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Southard Block. Phone 350 -Lethbridjce. 11 i-i-Hvi 'i 11 M i .I..I-I.: i i: HELGERSON LAND AND INVE.TMENT CO. BRYAN SLOCK T T T T f !f m Burdett Street for Sale, four T Union Depot for Macbeth Agency J NATFIELD co. T Room Ott Slock 4 Alta, r THE Farm Security Co. oj-'E.N FOR BUSINESS IN THE Whitney Block letfelirifigE llterta buy improved or un- lands for casb and to the actual settler with outQt for farming -.-TI long time with small sh fn this way we give an opportunity to you. the practical farmer, farmer with good outfit, but sninH capital. WHY 'DO YOU RENT wlu-ri yon may thus obtain a home of your own. WRY farm so small a place xvhen we can help you lands. u> ;iiso can loan you mon- better still, call want to get I ferm Security Co. 20 Best Lots in I Duff Addition to Terms Best Positions I J. L Bit T Good Residential Lots for Sale at 1 4 Reasonable Prices j j j MONEY TO LOAN FlRt Owners of large tracts of choice wheat'irui-1 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or acres, as you like it. GOOD ,TE.RM> We Either Buy or Sell --See Today FOR SALE 640 acres of choice land'only three mile? 200 acres new breaking ready for spring crop. Omjd on land. Price for quick sale, per acre and balance one-half crop iiti.-t 5 per cent. APPLY The Canadian Real Estate Co, Btefi! I-I-M- -H' Thp i m l.ljivjnjr dissolved psirtnersliip xvit -K. possession-of (hr unsold TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND to Write or fall on rne A. AVADDELL Bow RMlty Insurance Agtnty "S Realty Co., Ltd. SuccMion W. R. OF 1ALMORAL ;