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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, .18, T1TR DAILY HERALD Page 3 Lots just across the street from Victoria Park each Terms I -3 cash, bal. 3 and 6 mo. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Elk. Lethbridge LOOK THIS UP Lot and half, Illk. C., hieing cast on Cmilta t.. Easy terms. Adjoining lots hold at each. R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 A GENUINE SNAP Hall: acre in McKlUop Addition, price cash, balance 6 ant! 12 months. North Lethbridge Realty Co. Farm Lands, City Property. Angus Shantz Rentals. ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. Insurance. 3 shack. This week only, price 7 ROOMED MODERN a 43 toot lot, 1 block from Central School, worth' 53800, for quick 1 only -t miles from sta-tion and coal; all steam plow land; small payment cash; ual. terms: Price per acre Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK .1, "_______ Victoria Park Addition The High Class Residential District 3 ii.nd 4, Block 1, each Lois 12 15, Lois (i 9, Block onoli Lois Mi and 17, Block 4, eiioli Lots 18 iiiid Block 4. Lots o to 8, Block 5, Lots 9 l.o 14, Block Lois 3 to 4. .'Block 7, ouch Lots 17 imd 18. Block 9, Lots 13 to 14, Block 9, .Lots 7 and 8, Block Terms, 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 Wilkie Kerr Phone 623 Hull Block, next office MOOSE JAW HAS DISASTROUS FIRE HOME OF ROBIN HOOD FLOUR WENT UP IN .Jaw, IM-. The Kuiiin Hood mills, ownml by Lhu Saskatche- wan I-'io'ii' Mills Co-, was totally de- stroyc-d by (in; ('veiling, .with ;i UJSK ui Tin' I, hire of Moosi- law s loivmost industry, whk'h is Hit- luriwsl mill ol its hind between anil Catgiiry, funned the j n, in Ihu irxprri- it (ire of lite mass ui peujik1 wh0 j tlie The lire Ijrokc o it. ii'iutit Tt u'ciiK'k mar tin1 mure of llu: j Tiie llamcs i-auujit f-'-laljj hold erriical. it would up- thrr.uch ;i' error, ami was not pear from the general conditions that dune with any intention in defraud these acute cases .have led to reports anyone, as he gained from the: which have heen more or less 'geiier- made at last night's ally applied. There arc instances o-7 deer al; present very pre- valent In the mountains. Mr. Quinn, who was visiting this district on' a short pleasure and .hunting- trip, spates that the slaughter of hig game by the hundreds is taking place and that recency as many as three hundred deer were killed in the South Fork section of the mountains. Out of forty-four deer which came into ievorai days ago, thirty-five were young doe. It is a .well known 1 meeting. Mi' -said li? would bo glad where more than a Hundred cars are Hie r. alter reported to the the order hook, and where only DEPUTY j MINISTER NOW A FINANCIER I Regina. Sosk.. Dec. .1. Hob- deputy provincial of worlts, has rosigiiRd Ms posi- tion for the purpose of assuming the managttniHiii of Uireu recently forin- i local fJiiiincial companies. SERVED HIM RIGHT London, Dec. Smith yesterday sot three j years for extensive frauds on Canadian emigrants. Whole I-5- parlies were induced to emi- j grate, and then left stranded. I i'acl -that each hunter is limited to five animate, yet, this limit is greatly exceeded dailj. Mr. Quinn thinks the bulk of this slaughter is being done by settlers, who market tiie venison al a handsome profit.' -The 'Indians also :ive taking a hand in the killing. Tiio-whole Crow's. Pass riis- is said to he receiving largo quantities of this slaughter, inasmuch as venison can he bought at cheaper prices than meat. "Mr. Quinn is of tlie opinion (hat the government should take immediate action if (he big game In the mountain district, is to be saved. (0 connci! in order that it might 1 c in- ilboili Olie car a daj" IS shiPl'ed; VPKtitrated fci'iore anything further is done. Mayor Adams staled that he error, and Ills mi.v-fip .should Pa.vid JfcFadden, aged 35, was bum ed to death in his employer's harn Woodstock, N. B., while trj'ing io save live stock from fire. where the elevators are filled, and where'every available shelter being used for storage of the grain; while from many places comes the news that there is nothing liavis bean to tin: anUinrilies complnin of and that the demands of j'liv charges were made a-.iinst the shippers are being met. The EH official of ihe city. points of poverty and plenty do not _________________ 'seem to be confined any particular i sections or to -any particular railroad 'system, but are scattered map. From the reports it would appear that tile open winter to the preseir PRINCE ALBERT IS H.B.R; TERMINAL Toronto, Dec. OKawa niee- fal says that Prince Albert has'been substituted for 'the Pay Mission as a starting point for the Hudson's Bay line. The terminal on the Hudson's Ray is still in doubt. i SUTHERLAND SAFE London, Dec. olllcial f-taletncsit of the volt; hi KniS't iMEddie- was made at. thn court IIOIIHC yes- lordly. The majority of Robert Kn> lliwilaml, Lllioml, is 'X. Hev, A. J, Johnson, of Gait, has heen callod to Carleton Ave. Meth- cdist clinch, Hiiinikon. George Pants, fell from the roof of the new Hamilton library aim was fatally Injured. IT'S CHRISTMAS every day in Jie year t otlio ani- mal thai nets regularly fed when meal-time -.i come, i.ols of them don't HIIOIV vvlinl a Bond meal really is. intt iliey will if yon give them a yood feed. I sell a good, clean article of hay, grain. -everything to keep stock thriving and In good condition. Phone 346. Athletic Park. Wholeiale and Retail C. To I I.L'0 a CM-OS I iind So. There arc 500 noros slulilile. Good sltMni 46 li.p. cu- 1.4 J'cilni. conk and bunk car, iitcnsils compl'oto; 2 water lanks; (j wag- ons; 2 grain l.nnks; 2 8-L't binders; S disc, liar- rows; i) grain drills; mower, rake; gang1 I'annino' mill and windmill; a pump and plen- ty ol' Avaler: 10 head of work horses; i) milch cows; good pure bred bull; 50 chickens; good f> roomed house; 100 barrel cistern x Ho; blacksmith shop, fully equipped; 1000 bus. of seed wheat; bus. oats. Will furnish seed and pay jincrhalf of Ilircsliiiiu1 bill. l.'or one-ball' of ci'op delivered at Wolling elevators. runs I'ori! yeai's. Leasee must buy personal property. Will-sell ivasoiuiMo. cnsh; 1 .-uiiimif pnyiutMits at (J per ccni. lan'ee _' IVrsoiia! effects THE Alberta British Columbia Land Company 310 7th Street, Ground Floor Sherlock Btdg, D. L. KIMBALL, MGR. time has been a great boon to the or tlie golden grain. As yet ,the tlircshcr-j? ani'ear to he generally busy, and likely to remain at their i'iask until the next storm, ami this fate threshing has greatly reduced the amount of the grain which was hi' tht; Holds at the time of the first snowfall. The Phoenix not only made inquiry KS to the cai- situation, hut slso with respect to the amount of grain un- threshotl, the proportion tin shipped and the proportion of crop in sUicV and stock. Generally speaking, U vvou'id appear tha'> about fifty per cent, of tiie wheat Uiroughoiit the centra I portion of the province has already been shipped, thai, about twenty to twenty-fiVe par cent, is .siill perhaps equally divided us to the amount, in stock. From a few districts coinos the the tlivegfiing Ins been entirely complet- ed, while from one or two it would socm that there hag been little or no threshing done. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER TERRIBLY MANGLED Toronto, Dec. man- Sled by u train at the Union station, last Otto Laign. aged a coinnici'cli'i'i traveller for the Smart .Soap Co., living ut 201 Wood street, died this morning at -Uio hospital from MR injuries. The train gather- ed considerable headway when he made a jump at one of the middle cars. Ho grabbed at handle, hut Ihe bar waa missed, and he missed his step. Ho thrown in towards the eir niul went under Ihe wheels. He was badly mangled. t three lots, Argylc Avo, Hoiis? pretty well on one lot. Price jfor nuick snlo. Terms. Farm and City Loans PHONE 544 The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;