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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta :.r Wednesday, December TWO GOOD BUYS IN NORTH 1--House on Nanton street, 21 x 40, 7 rooms, wired for electric light, water and sewer in spring. .Price Oil cash, loan on property for monthly payments of Balance to suit purchaser. and two lots in North Ward, corner Connell and Nanton Streets. House 21 x 38, wired for electric light, furnace. Price cash, loan on property for Balance arranged. The above are splendid buys and are worth your consideration. Ff i L Lowe fttprtMnting: North American Life Co.. London Guarantee and Accident Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, High River, A new.five roomed cottage, North Ward, close to cash, balance to suit ipurchaser.' OFully eight room house, Coutts yents per month, cash: balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1JI91 Ott Block C. P. R. LOSES OPPCASE THE H. MACBETH AGENCY 'NSURANCE LOANS SHEWLOCK 2 loti corner of Ernest and London at each. 6 lots in'Blast 26 Duff Add., close to new school at ,7 roomed cc-ttage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster for 5350C.- Victory for Hannan in the Decision of Rail- way Commission Tne C. P, R. has been again beaten In its effort to remove its station Irom Us location" at Kipp. It will be remembered that in their plans submitted t'o the government the company had the. stattion located at a certain, point, which 'happened to toe school land. Later when the 'school land was put up for auction, the company had the station located YEAR'S BUILDING AT PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Dec. Building operations in Pincher Creek up to Dec. 1st, from the.- same date last year amounted .to. Several buildings are now" in process 01 con- struction in different parts oi the town. At the annual 'meetir-- of the Pinch- er Creek Agricultural Soqiety held last week, JE. R. Mdrt re-elected rirsfc vice-president, Mr. Jenkins; Harrod. secon d vice-president, C. The directors elected were: W. Eddy, A. N.-'Mowat, C. Kettles, R. H. KNOCKED OUT THREE ITALIANS Scrappy Irishman Was oo Many For His Assailants Tc Montreal, I3ec: .'a Battle at the comer of St. David's Lane dnd James Street, between an Irishman .and' three Italians, all four Two had to be hospital H- Waddell, A. Pelletier, A Jack- f repairs. Lieut; '-Mai-wlCh, Chaboil- z mess. Henderson, J. B. Sjkene, Mr.. Neilson, J. Primefiu, S. Ufir- vey, G-. B. J. Scott. J, W. property, but H. Grant Hannan, who Hanvood was re-elected secretary- had a store at Kipp, outbid the cor- treasurer.. The firemen hold their .annual ball in the opera, Decem- 30. Usually a attendance is SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP 70 acre tract'of choice irrigated land suitable for garden tracts. A 'big. morieir maker for party who subdivides it. per acre, or will at an advanced price. Half east of Stirling at 512.00 per acre. Small iouse renting for on 35 foot lot, London Road, D.-3 cash; balance easy terms. o'f-14 lots -with 6 room, house, a business building, renting for per month and stable for 20 all for caebl balance 1 and 2 years. THE WEBER-HTJFF INVESTMENT CO. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 poratlon. and got the land. From that time on, the company endeavored to get the permission preseht wh7a _ of the Board of Railway Commission-! The Waldor! hotel and cafe changes j ers to change its station .location, hands at .the; end of the year, when' thereby making Hannan's property Mrs. Hartfiel' will assume control. The lez street age that a progress St. James St. and" 8i David's Lane sent out constables; Judd afld Filla- trault On the way to the scene-the constables met' Patrick Shields, 26 years of age with, a gash in the back of his his right ear .split. SnieJfle, who is to have-no in the ,tiie constables 'he was looking for a police station, be- We want your farm loans. Money on notice. A few bargains m section tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager A GREAT HOUSE BARGATS7 next to a dead loss as a townsite pro-' present proprietor; -H. A. Kanouse, position. The company went so mave to Beaver'Creek. as to proceed to move the station and A- L- Freebairn, of tie men's store, sidings, but had to desist last application to the Rail-1 of ill health, way Commission, the company got Another Chinese laundry has been permission to show cause why they op-ened here in tbe corner building should move- the station .and siding, leading to Pincher Creek's Ohma- They have put up their case. according to the judgment given oiitl L' Browa> Popularly as recently by the chairman, Judge Ma-! [rom tiie 'ske3 j of that name, was an town last week, they have lost. The decision of; Dobbie away at. the judge leaves no chance for fur-' on a" visit to friends in. Dakota, tfcer appeal, and the company will'; Pmcher Creek was.favored. iiave to give up the idea of making1 it from Bob, the change they so much desire. (fame, on W. C. Ives, this who .has handled Mr. Hannan's case; for him, received a "copy'of the de-l cision, which is as follows: Re Location of Kipp on the Crow's Nest Branch of C.P.R. The Chief Commissioner: The Canadian Pacific Railway1'Com; pany applies, for order authonz-? ing the location of a proposed new station at Kipp on the Crow's Nest; branch of the C. P. R. in the N. E. 30-9-22, W. 4th, Alberta.-" If this application were granted it would in effect be a withdrawal of cause three Italians lying in, the lane' should be removed to. ttujj morgue." Jiidd and FiliatrainS; hurried! is thinking, of retiring from active .over to the corner of St David's'Lane business for a few years Qn account afld ]ying there a few yards from St 7 roomed fully modern up to date house on Brunton St, only if taken at once. THE EXCHANGE 509 KNOX CHUMCH. i Calgary, Dec. large real es- tate fleal waa completed .yesterday, by which tne "Enox Church property a-t the corner '-of 'Centre street and Seventh passed into the own- ership of Dr. N. J. Lindsay, for the sum of The terms of the sale are cash, in one year, and in t.-svo years, the church to have the privilege of re- ion made by Mr. Grant Hannan. The Board still feels that under the cir- cumstances disclosed in that matter it was properly-'disposed' cation of a station at this point pro- posed by the Company "will __ __ _-- r- -u.. T, _. ._.. inconvenience in train operation-'.but _ _ ''_-_ ComPany. in effect, by its. appii- would prefer putting up wi' s CALGARY, SOLD one year, or until the proposed new tfiat ratiler Jn tQ Phone 597 position formerly taten by the Koard in connection with the applica- church, on the site recently purchas- contention ed at the corner of Sixth avenue and If the matter becond street west is completed. aisposed Qf> ftat sent proposed location cannot be .ap- proved. It is not necessary to recite the. facts.. They are of concern only to the parties interested. The Board cannot confirm the steps taken 'by the company to extricate itself from the1 first error, and the application must ASPHALT COMPANY FORMED Edmonton, Dec. the, pur- pose of exploiting asphalt claims at taining possession of the building for as president. Fort McKay, north of Fort McMur- ray, a new company has been formed here, with C. A. Gariepy, a local man be refused. Dated 8-1. J. P. MABEEL' KASLO, B.C The healthiest spot in Canada: pure nrOTintain water: perfect drainage; typhoid ur-known: mild climate; unsurpassed scen- fine boating and fishing. Property for sa-ie. Reason: Leaving the province, TWO Front St., with two storey building on one of the lots; 9 -rooms upstairs; downstairs used for moving picture theatre; best, brick front in town. Price 1-3 cash; balance 525.00 per month, interest 6 per cent. own residence) fifty feet front; It apple i pear tree: 1 plum tree; 1.grape vine; ait bearing; about 40 different of roses (all fancy) imported from Scotland and -France. A genuine bargain. cash or 1-2 cash, balance per month Interest 6 per cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple trees; 1 plum; 1 cherry tree; all bearing; with furniture and all complete cash. (Jump .quick here.) Three business lots, just 125 ft. from the best corner in town; perfectly some old buildings thereon; 75 feet front. Price cash, balance per month; interest 6 per cent. One lot in best residence section, cash. 6 lots with, two corners near Lake shore. Would make a fine place for a-summer cottage. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tains. To give away, 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. Dirt cheap 5300 cash. 81 acres of land, one mile river front, with some buildings; within 100 feet of Poplar Creek station, Lardo branch of C. P. R. Price 1-3 cash; balance 6 and 12 months, interest 6 p.c. And several other lots, all ror sale cheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. C. BOOTH COULD USE CARNEGIE MONEY "What Could I-not do-for Peace with He Exclaims McMillanland Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St, Phone'544 Lon- don-Road, 17th Ave.) close in. cash. Easy terms, assuming mortgage. nome Brun- ton and- Smith-- Streets. 3 .large lots, stable. Easy terms. home 5 rooms, Courtland St., AT.) above tt nns.. F.ully fine nome 'mead St., (llth SO ciose in. roomed house, Ash- mead St., St) close in. Beautiful bungalow, at, (llth. close in. home close to Westminster. .six roomed Argyie Avenue. A snap Easy cash payment and terms, assuming loan. .bungalow cot tage, Buidett We cas you any kind cf a house you want in any part of the city on any pay- ments thai suits you. We have some choice building of them at snap .-rices if taken at once. Several lots with shacks co rent or sell. Agsnts Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. Agents Wanted Selling agents for the G. T. F. town sires between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. Street fGund a man with h battered almost to pulp. The other two, according to a couple of I men who witnessed the row were al-J most as toad'ly used up. One-man the police'fouhd_ had bee'n'taken triends. From -tfflat the police learn, ShieWs was passing along. St. Davids lane, when one of the Italians spoke to" him. The Irishman resented the remark and the three Italians turned' on him. One armed with a razor' .slashed the Irishman across the. right ear on the back of -his head Then followed a' row in which the Ital- .lans. were beaten and battered into unconscious bv- Shields. SCHOOL CHILDREN GAVE A CONCERT Cranbrpok, Dec. Christmas entertainment given by the public .school children in the Cranbrook Op-.! era House, on Saturday last, proved to be one of the most enjoyable af-. .fairs ever witnessed here. The house! was crowded from top. to bottom, an.d ..London, Dec. would I jnot give for to help us win jtrue" exclaimed General Booth ;of the Salvation Army in an interviewi- yesterday concerning the given -by Andrew Carnegie to the; i world peace movement i "I only continued General i .Booth, 'that Mr. Carnegie would me a chance before I die." Csssral Sooth's idea of the use he! would make of the great sum of mon-! ey is the founding of a "university j of humanity" with centers in London; and New York, "whither the lowliest! and the humblest might be brought! of in thousands to learn the lesson forgetfuness of self." General Booth is about to undergoj another operation for an eye trouble! from which he has long suffered. BREAK UP, AN OPIUM RING Buffalo, Dec. a raid by Fed- eral officers here today, worth of crude and smoking opium was seiz- ed, ten Chinamen were placed under arrest, and as a result the opium ring alleged to have operated on a large scale was broken up. The charge against the prisoners is that they were creating the crude opium into smok- ins opium without paying the inter- nal revenue of a pound. The crude opium bore1 no customs stamp, Indicating, the officers stated, that it had been smuggled into the coun- :ry. ere is a Good tJie hearty and prolonged applause. whicti "greeted every number plainly; indicated that the audience felt that.' they were- getting their money's worth The concert was arranged b" the. teachers .and scholars for the pur- pose of buying a piano for the school and the financial success is a source of great satisfaction to them. The children had'only two weeks to pre-j pare in, and great, credit is due thej people who had charge of the train- ing of them. An interesting feature of the enter- tainm'ent was the musical numbers specially __ composed "for this occasion by one, of Cranbrook's own musicians iiMr, Geo. D. Ingram, who also had charge of the production of the can- tata rendered, During the evening, two presenta- 'tions were made" by the Cranston, the principal, receiving t beautiful gold mounted umbrella, and Mr. Ingram one similar. Owing to requests, the entertainment. wiJi be -repeated in the near future to enable those who were kept busy Saturday'to-witness it The gramme was as follows: Opening remarks, chairman; i SITE Comer of Court- Jan d and. Ernest St. On water and sew- er. Lots 29 and 30, Blk. 121. S1450 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months at 8 per cent. W.R. 7th St. South chorus, school: sailors' chorus, i sailors; 'Siberian's song. Siberians; I "song and Japp-nese dancs. Japanese A song and fancy march. v SLieiJuerds: fancy drill and' dance. Spanish girls, with specialty vf j by Jliss Stray: lancers (fancy j by the wee tots; pianoforte 3 1-2 lots, face east, Blk. 125, each. Good terms. 4 lots, cor. on Courtlaad. Good buy.. each, L S. RIPLEY CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOAN BROKERS; 1034 OFFICE. MACDONALD BLOCK, FEW THINGS TO THINK ABOUT Ask the wealthy men of Lethbridge, today how -they made i their. money, and eighty per cent.) of them will" answer "Qut at Reil' Estate." _ vv i..' We have eleven lots near the old Grounds each, cash, and per month. In three or these lots will be selling for each. Do you want to ey? This is your chance. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnton Block 323 FIFTH i I n1 o i Land ror Sale Choice block of 1120 acres in Tp. 6, Range 14, West of the 4th M., on the line of the: Wey- burn-Lethbridge Survey stakes within three hundred yards of thislahd. TMs is smooth open prairie, with very few stones, and jiot over 20 'acres of waste the whole block, is really a steam. tion. This :vriil be sold: oh very easy terms. If bash-payment- of .about four or five .thou-" sand dollars, balance can be paid in six equal-annual .payments, with interest at 6 per pent, per annum. SUBMIT OFFERS TO OWNER W. J.Gilliland 1321 JOHNSON ST. VICTORIA, B. C. THE LE7H6R1DGE LAND AND COAL CO. FOR A FEW SNAPS Corne- of London and Athole Street, 51 1-2HSO, Lot on Glya 3 Spur Track Lots in Block 64, a snap. Lots in Blocks 127. 128, at eaey prices. 7 roomed fully modern house with full cement basement and fire place on Charles street, handles. S roor-ied fully modern house on Co.urtland Street, a bargain; e are abl offer- for sale one of the best independ- ent mines m ihe district. Ful- ly opened out. and equipped. Seven foo; seam of ciiaker- Jusr [He tiling fot individual or srcaD company. are uuis to ofi'er tins very Gi J. Co. specially fur these numbers i by Geo D. Fart Deck of .Xmas! Ship- Opening Sailors; land specisHy, Bro-nies; Scotch SW1 Scotch "girls; Highland fling, Misses; JR. Wrljrht .and D. McVjf.tic: English 'and Canadian girls in special flar; flril] and march deader qf Frances specialty, "The T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsiie. Insurance. Loans- T. N. Notary Public, 2ER TO CHIEF ENGINEER' Winnipeg, .Man. .1. K. jSwirzer, assistant chief engineer of! me C, F. ri. stationed at at tlio coast with Whyte, is! 4 lots, cor. Duf- fer in and terms. 2 lots, Coutts lledpath Dufferin, facing the easr7 terms. 8" r o o in e d m o cl e rn house on Ernest St. b e t we en Buffer in and Bompas. a snap Cranbrook Public the pupils :r.o be appointed chief engineer of tbe of Mr. Cranston and Miss Alward. i entire C. F. R. system, with j Words and Music by Geo. "God Save tbe King." D. Ingram.j quarters at Montreal, and consulting engineer of the San It line and Wis-' conosiri Central, Duluth, South Shore and Arlr.utic, and lakes uary i, mil. ijwitzer -MAY HAVE NEW JURY Edmonton, Dec. eral's department here issued instruc-1 years ago as city engineer of jtions that the "jury must probe He Joined tlio C. P. R. 'causes of th.e Bcllevue disaster. The arijinuoeuiem. is (o ho jury now In case has declared it-: shortly, 'i tie salary Is 'self incompetent to decide, the new annum. P. V.'f'V Jury wiirhave to be called. Lees charge smrted ten Pon- moiiC lion lid c: Duf- ftvrin. ;