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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. Dmtmber 3i; TUB LBTIlHKIDOn DAILY IIKKALD Pace 3 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 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK Cheap lote for buildiiiK or investment near the new public school to be erec-leil on Galbrnlth St., and within a few minutes ot tho proposed street car line. Now is your chance, Mr. Wage-earner, to own your own house. Within the city limits and .the cheapest lots on'.tae market. 5125 per ?10 n month. There are buildings all over this property. You have only to see the splendid location. North Letkbridge Realty Co. ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE U26. Farm Landi. City Property. Angus Shantz Rentals. ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLDG. A RUMBLING of Ihe spring boom in real estate is already heard. There are loud murmurs pf prosperity already hoard on sides. Get. busy. for that house you want, now while the trade is slack, and you will not have BOOM TRICES to contend with. We have :i list of owners wlio'will sell now, need the can't, wail. Take advantage of it. Call ai. our office mid let us explain them to you. The Alberta Securities PHONE 1245. TO On Improved Farmt. BALMOKAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY To buy four lots on Colitis street between Dufferln anij Redpnth, al Good terniB fe'iven. Three lots on the same street in the adjoining block Imvo. this week been sold at A. E. IVES Stafford Block. Office Phone 739. If J) LOOK THIS UP Jxits In mock 121 facing cast, each. I-S G mill 12 mouths, C per cent.' R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., BALMORAL BLOCK. Phone 1191 J Wilkie Kerr 4 Lots on corner street car each, terms Coal Fresh From Mines two tons INSURANCE Phone 623 Hull Block, next I. office DISTRICT NEWS Lots 9 and 10 block W Facing on West- minster Road Terms if required See H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel ORGANIZED LABOR DEFENDS CONFERS Lots 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, Block 157, North Ward, ea. 1-4 cash, bal. 4-8-12-16 months THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY We have 27 lots i" Suiniy- Addition that we are go- ing to sacrifice. Come in and make your choice before they arc gone. S good houses for sale on very easy terms. The G. E. Fleming Agency REAL ESTATE, LOANS INSURANCE 305 6th St. So., Lethbridge. Excluiive Agents for GRAND VIEW The Grand Trunk Pacific Sub- division Buy Lots in Grand View New York, Dec. ilcNii- mai'a ways means committee liavu followed the example of Presi- dent GGrowers of the American Fed- eration of Labor in sending out a cir- cular organized labor. In defence c-r Oompers they say the only "inves- tigation" In which he took part in Indianapolis was the meeting of the prominent trades unionists held hist U'th-of May. What President Compere learned there was precisely that which any one .attending live conference learned .and'that was nothing that helped .to solve the mystery oil 'Che Los "Angeles disaster. It goes on: "Organized .la- bor of America has no desire to con- clone the crimes of the MeXam-aras, "The men of organised labor in common, with all our people are grieved beyond cypress ion in words at the loss of. life and destruction of property. We and humiliat- ed -to think Unit the men connected with the labor movement should have been guilty o" either." The corumiUuu i is .preparing a statement of t.he money collected and expended in, defence of the maras which will he Miibnrifted -to the executive of the A. F, of L., .huiuurv Sib. ;i The circuhn- is signed by Samnt'I Oompers, F. Morrison, Jas. A. Short, W. .1. Spencer, .1. O'Connell, A. BerraB, John B. Lemon aut! Thomas; Tracy. Xcw .Stirling, Dl'ic. 18. II. K. .Juhnsli.'ii went to l.pllihricliiti on Monday. l-'rcil 10. Ku'iiig. of uaytoii, was in lown Friday. Up till a couple of weeks ago (he supply of grain cars has liccn [airly good. Hut since that time there are i none In lin had, as a result the elc- valor is full, ami in some cases tar- mcrs liavc been furred tci draw their grain lioiiu.' j It is exiii'clcil lliat the Prairie KM'C'i Hold wilt be in runirnj order ncixl week, under the management of Mr. anil Mrs. W. T. N'icbcl. Mr. Wm. Fisher is stockiiis; Ihe liulcl with iur-i nitiire, part of whicli arrived on unlay. Kreil Keiil, oi .Millt Kivrr, who was j employed as iviok '.n Prairie i Hotel last spring, passedj l-hrongli liere on his'Way to Ray- j ir.ond on Monday. .Mr. .Smith, who lias been employed I by G. II. Kililey for Uie fast year, lefl Monday night to spend Christ- inas at his home in Kingston, Out. Business too'; 0. 11. to Miuiday nighl. j Threshing will be completed in a couple 01 days in this district if weather keeps favorable. i Miss Miss, Robertson ami i Miss Watson were the guests of Dr. i lijld Mrs. Allio.s, of Haymoml, over Sunday." Tlierc will he no .service for the next two Sundays in the Presbyter- church owing to Ihe absence o[ W. Taii, u'ho has his home in Arnprior. Out., en a visit. a number from this district and -.vest of hvre, lading atlvant- ape oi ills excursions to Salt I.a'iC: City, Stirling being.1 Ihe junctioi poinl i'n route. LOOK THESE UP 12x142 feel facing cut on Ashmead street, Dlock 5; I'rlce (107S TennH cash, C'HBy ternm for balance Two loU Ulock 19 I'arkilule, price 11.11) each, good terms. Six lots Hlock C. North Lctlilirliliro, close to the C. P. It., price JIOO each; lurniu l-'t cash, I'our and eight mouths. N. B. PEAT CO. Macdonald Clock. t FARM LANDS CITY PROPERTY HEAD OFFICE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY HARRIS OLSON PHONE 1412 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK Steamship Agency Kesil Estate Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Opening Kremlins Employment Office Still at Begin Block [MPKOVED FARM AT A BARGAIN IGO acres of improved land; CO acres ot stubble; all fenced; cress-fenced; 2 wells, good water; small bouse and small barn and chicken house.. This land can all be steam ploughed, and is near l.ron Springs. pr acre; for apply ILLINOIS-ALBKKTA REALTY CO. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK. PHONE 4S5 NEW DAYTON GOMPEHS CIKCULA.K L J) C.R.DANIEL T.B.DUNHAM S.S.DUNHAM. WM. INGRAM, Prei. V. Secy. Mgr. Ltd. FOR SALE Flax Seed W.R. DOBBIN Agent for Avery Gas A Steam Plowing Engines. It is announced that tfie expcri- culs which have been miide by the ].iiiKe of Sutherland lo asceruin iwhi'llhir tlie gold deposits in the Kil- dnntni district of Scotland could be workiMl :il a profit havp provyil hc- yond doubt thai tlic gold docs not; exist in qiianliliP-s. Deals Wills Attacks on Organized Labor Toronto. Dec. following circular kuued by President Clampers ;was received tod ay'by an internation- al officer of ihe. trades union move- ment, in ibis city, urging him "'o see ,to it thai every member of the move- mem, in CaiiHda receive a. copy: To Organised Labor, recent past, the good name and high [ideals oi our great labor movement, men and the ciinstj of humaiirty i( 'and they represent, ha.ve been attack- led as never before. Every enemy, [every interest arrayed against the or- tganixed workers has howled like der- j They iiope to hriiis our tried, trun- and faithful men into disrepute, to dtcu'oy your confidence in their in- tegrity and thereby weaken and fin- ally nniEli ihe organization of labor. Every union niember deplores vio- lence and crime, whether committed 'by un ordinary outlaw, by a corpora- tion director, or agent, or by a BO call- union man. Labor resents the iu- 'sinuatkm because one or -two lunicn members bccam.fi criminally 'ittic or fanatically criminal, that, ihe rank and file and the officers of I ho labor movement are responsible eith- er legally or morally. Labor in its I history has met, resisted and over- come tho bf'tcr hostility of its foes, labor, standing for the great cause of justice, and humanity will again. Men and women of labor, siand firm, ;be true to yourselves and to each oth Let tbe 'spirit of fraternity, JIIK- freedom and solidarity einhiic :yonr every tlioughl. word and action. Stand by your union. Organize i.he yot workers and labor 'will triumph. lown has carried a Tile temperance men of the Towii- 000 I'ylnw lo grant aid to the Uerlin ship of Brook have vlecldcd lo open Waterloo Hospital Trust. The a local option campaign. county and they will a now Ming to the General llos The Pcasn KoniHlry Co. will move to Ilramiilon if vhc town them a loan a! IT'S CHRISTMAS every day in the year to the nnl- tmil thai, gets regularly fed whon nioal limes come. Lots of thorn don't Iinow wiial n meal really Is, but. they will if you give (hem good fofcd. I sell a good, clean srtlcie of liay, grain, thing to keep stock IhriviiiK and in good condition. Phone 349 Athletic Park. Wholesale and Retail Ilannihiiii Messrs. H. P. Morgan, W. T. Ham- ilton, C. P. fciifrleharl. and Win. Lus- ttombe were Lellibridge visitors on Tuesday evening's train retu-rning on Wednesd-ay morning. G. C. McDonald returned on ncsday morning's train after spend- ing a days at his home in Leih- liridge. T, Smith, -who for sotno time past hag been with .1. T. 31 cKay, southwest of 'iown leit la-si. 'for to lake a position on the railroad as Iv.akenmii. Mrs. Smith, it is understood, wiP join her hus- bnnd at Mflcleptl in -cue course of a few -Mr. Bird, R'. N. W. M. P.. of War- ner, was n visitor in New Dayton on Wednesday of last Messrs. 0. C. -AlcOonald and Geo. vrert-j passengevs to Letli- bridge on Wednesday evening's train 'Tho.Farmers Lumber Co., of Now Day-ion have started in the coal bus- iness recently. Glenn Vaple was a visitor to Leth- bridge on Wednesday, going via Stirling. The new telephone line which giv- es Warner. Stilling and New .Dayton direct coiiiittctinii with LetUbridpe, Ins been kept wnrm since being open ed. U. is indeed-a improvemer.'.1; on th former -service. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Xatt- worn Lcthbridgc visitors un Wednesday via Stirling. .Jchn Korslin speni several diys in Liiilihridg? as a businosa visitor. Thresh in a; operations arc. again iti full swing ut the -Miami Farm. ilmt Uie weather Icing fav- orable opera liens will com- pleted in len Hays. K. A. Yandrrvrrc was a business visitor.in Day-ton on Friday last. Mr. iiiui Mrs. A. -I. Maynard, from town, speril. .Suiwliiy wiih and Airs. Murn.sidc, ut Warner. Miss Daisy (Irt'i-iio SJIM! Sni-.ilav at K. I.. Craig, who for nrnr time ras-t has hrni H. I1, Atkins, left. on SatiirfiayUor Xo" oinis, 111. C.Jco. Mnielanil anil Dtunnion re- turned rn Friday tr.iin af- ter spending several il.iy.s in Leth- bridpe. H. Watkins i.s ix-rinrining jutnic- sti'ad (Intios on his farm cast Of ,Ncw Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. G- A.' McCiillough spent Sunday with Mr. C. 1. Malioofl, east of .Messrs. McKay, M'orgaii nn'l Ihinul- t on'were visitors at Warner on Sun- day. f W. MuD. Tail on Monday lo spend his liuliilnyu in thu. east. It, is to ho hoped Ms intentions are not at all serious. It is whisuiMTii that wedding bulls lutve been r'using in the viciniiy of Nnw Dayton, however, ji. liarcl lo firl the truth ol tlie.nuitter. A. X. spent Sunday with his fainifv in Let abridge. SWEET VALLEY' Sweet Valley, Dec. Tnr- Icy's mother and sister from Saskat- chewan are visiting him till after Che holidays. A goodly number from here attend- ed the between Wheat Centra and Vetwood at tbe latter place. The debate would have been, good if the speakers had been allowed more than n twelve-minute speech. A program and lunch were also included in the evening's entertainment, after' which dancing was in progress till morning. -Mrs. Baugliman called-on-Mrs. ner last Friday aftemoon. -Mrs. Turley will conduct" services at the school bouse on Sunday even- ing, December -4. Come and bear a good sermon from the Flible direct. Mi'. Brodio and Mart accompanied .Mr. Turner to Vulcan --.his week to prove up on his homestead. .Mrs. Plunke'.t. and children, a bo Airs. Jay Rickel.t. drove from Gran- urn, arriving on Thtirs-ilay. Not many countries where you can ride this distance and bo comfortably warm. Mr, Lewis has moved his family bank lo ihe homestead from Grunum. Xewlon from TliiTiu'-'ta, were here on business this week. Win. McPherson is hauling tbe fo- the school, which expects to start about 'the first weak in Janu- ary, with Mr.. Hodges as Lonelier. Paul has a well drill at his place, measuring'the depth of tbe soil with i.he e.xnectaticm of finding water at the bottom. Tho holiday entertainment will be held at the school house on OecMi- ber 'tO. Tea and cake will be. ser for Sun tiny school children al mence at eight. SENSATIONAL EXCLAMATION Dec. all who had made claims against the gorern- in connection with the federal elections held last September in tho division of Musiouneuve had thrown themselves open to arrest by iign- ing -false accounts was-the ata riling statement made las-! night by B. W. Villeneuvo in St. ,.Iean TJaptlstc Mark Hail whero these clRlma were being examined by John Frasor. aii- dilo-r genersl Q-- Cnnadn. ifr. -Vlllen- euve e.vnlaiued that all the deputy returning officers .had signet! their expense forms In blank, -the amount being subsequently filled in and that- each pfllcer in the hundred odd polls Railed 'inou bavins seen the ac- _ counts presented to the govei'hinent had signed a declaration to the effect the statement afterwards tfilled was a .false one. There Js -a large incremsed produc- jtibn of oil from the wells on the i Tichboriie property in QBborne. They I have just risen from 80 to 160 bar- rels a month. Wyoming Coal Jity has turned over all .he balance of this fani- ms coal amounting to ihout 300 tons to Mr. O'Reilly, and we will de- liver this at same price as in-dinary for I tons While It'Lasts Onler now Phono 544 The Dowsley-MuI- hern Land Co. Avc. aiul 7th S Sherlock HlorU LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US The Alberta British Columbia Land Company 310 7th Street, Ground Floor Sherlock Bldj. D. L. KIMBAUL, MRR. 7 Itooin House i With three lots. Argylo Are. 'pretty well on ono lot. Price tor rjufck Bivlc. i Farm and City Loans I PHONE 544 The Dowsley MulLero Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street ;