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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday December, THE LETHBRIPGE PATLY HERALD v TWO GOOD BUYS IN NOKTH WARD: Ir-House on Nanton street, 21 x 40, 7 i-ooihs, wired i-or electric light, water and sewer in loan on property for monthly payments of to suit and two Ms in North AVard, corner Connell and Nanton Streets.; House 21 x 38, wired for electric lieht lurnaee. Price cash, loan on property for Balance arrange 1 "cuioreiecriicngiit, The above are splendid buys and are worth your consideration. North Assurance Co., London Guaranty and Accident Phoenix London. -OFFICES Edmonton, LETHBRfDGE, High River, Nanton, A iie'w fiTe roomed cottage, Ward, close 4o mills, cash, balance to' suit purchaser. Fully modern eight room house, Coutts St., rents per month, cash; balance 6 and 12 months R. V. GIBBONS CO. 11f1 Ott Block MACBETH AGENCY (NWftANOC LOANS SHCftlOCK LETHimDGE of KttiMt ud Londoa at 1600.00 21 Dtiff Adi, to new nchool at OK Z Block 128, fmcias SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP 70 of chofce irrigated land suitable for garden tracts A bit monay maker for party who subdivides it. uer'acre or will part at an advanced price. east of Stirling at per acre house for on 35 foot lot, London Road 1-3 balance easy terms. A property of lots with 6 room house, a business building for per month, and stable lor 20 horses, all- for 000- f J.QOO easb; balance 1 and 2 yemrs. THE WEBER-HUFF INVESTMENT ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 We want your farm loans. M on short notice. A few b'afg section tracts THE 0, W. KERR 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager oney ains in A GBEAT HOUSE BARGAIN 7 roomed fulfy raodern up to "date house on Brunton St., only takan at once. Ave. THE EXCHANGE Phone 597 The Dowslcy- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. 7th St. Phone 544 home, Lon- don Road, (7th Ave.) close r in. cash. Easy tarme, assuming mortgage. home Brun- ton and Smith Streets, 3 large 'lots, stable. Easy terms. S rooms, Courtland St., (6th. Arc.) above Bartlect Easy ttrms. modern. fine home Ashmead SL, filth. St.? close in. roomed house, Ash- mead St., (llth St.) close in. Beautiful bungalow Ashmead St. (llth close in. home close to Westminster. sis roomed. Argyle Avenue. A snap. 'Easy cash payment and terms, assuming loan. cot tage, Burdett. We can give you. any kind of a house you want in any part of the city, on any pay- ments that suits you. We liave some choice building of them at snap prices if taken at once. Several lots with shacks to rent or sell. 2 full lots on lane behind Con- servatory of Music. Price Q_uick sale. -.2 -lots facing south, Block 128, each. 77 x 144 1-2. corner Charles and Cutbill. 75 x 83 1-3 corner London and Cutbill, 12100. 50 x 142 1-2 -C.utbill .just, off London, 37 -1-2 x 125 Dufferin near 'Cavanaugh St, ?1900, 4 full lots, Cutbill Street (10th St.) facing east, ?S50; .1 lot, Redpath street, close in. A pickup. See us. 45-1-2 x 125 Keid street.- (near J1250. 2 lots Westminster Road, at each. Agents Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. Agents Wanted Selling agents for the R town sites .between Win- nipeg 'and J i MORE FRAUD ISSUSPEC1TD May Have Been Paying Drawbacks on Sawdust Labelled Sugar Washington, Dec. ex- perts from the treasury and special agents of the department of justice are making an investigation promises to add another chapter the "sugar frauds. in alleged' abuse of th. ivjleges, principally at under investigation and says the revelations promise to put the government in a. position to ren. to TO DEVOTE HIS UFE TO SERVICE Partner of Pierpont Mor- gan Retiring From Business New Dec. W. Perkins announced today Ms retire- ment from the..firm P. Morgan Co., to devote'fiis time to extend- ing and fglyeii out this nearly as much as in the under- weight cases, when more than 000-was paid to When sugar is imported it-pays a duty, un- ess coming from, the Philippines, and when .it is manufactured into a pro- duct and in that form exported, the7 afternoon after fche-'cfose of the mar- ket is as follows: "On January 1, I iriir have been with the firm of J, P. Morgan Co. ten years, and engaged in business ac- tivities over "30 years. I am with- drawing to. 'devote more time to 60- operatipn and "work of' a public FOR SALE 2 lots Rd.t business site, snap at 1840 Cottage, 6 rooms, and 3 lots 6a lane, Burdstt St, In. maker, cash, balance 3 years. 2 lots, 8 roomed house, on tbe lane, Westminster Courtland, Good terms. L. S, RIPLEY CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE BROKERS PHONE 1034. OFFICE, MACDONAUD ftLOCtC duty is refunded in the :form of nT-TrnicK -I ani deeply, .interest _ "In continuing'my relations with the btusinfess organizations with which I am connected' I'.hope to find further opportunity, tor extending the princi- 'drawback" except 1 per cent., which s retained to defray the cost- of tar- off administration. Under these ar-. rangemen-ts sugar is imported raw, exported-as-syrup and bi- products of sugar. On each'" of Pies' of profit-sharing' the treasury makes "drawback" re-( fits-ivhich'.-science; have shown to offer Iunds- ja practical solution of some of the About is paid in -thai' 'difficulties existing between capital way each year, and half that amount and is' drawn back on exports of :ugar Columbia university two years and tin. Officials say that frauds in at Harvard university last sugar extending over- several years I-spoke of'the'importance of could easily run into a large amount, solving-the-new. problems at present Some of the investigations are said -the country: and which have to have shown that' the government- followed-, the .organization of the great been defrauded "-drawback" co-operative, combination -of capital, it. has allowed on syrups. It is aiKi my hope" that ray experience ed that the refunds have been paid en .mav enable to contribute some- high grades of sugar "commanding high 'thing'towards the adjustment of these while, in iact--ca rery low matters, which seem to me to be of grade.was- used.. ..JJnder..., the consequence to'the coun- of investigation" We customs" officials are confronted with the probability -In: recent' years; Mr, Perkins'' nas-'rep that they been'paying draw resented'rthe firm in the backs on shipments which "were not, organizations in which they are sugar at all, but might.fin interested, and the..-formal; announce- -been sawdust as far as the usual nieau tire firm indicates -tha-t his re- spection developed. lations to will con- tinue. _'. j'' Before lie p.nfercd. J. 'p. Morean Co.'s Mr. "l A FEW THINGS TO THINK ABOUT -Ask the wealthy, men of-.Lethbridfle today how ntoney, and eighty per cent, of them will answer "Out of Jtetl' Estate." We eleven lots, near for each, 110" cash and per moitn. In or these lots will be gelling etcii. Bo you want to is your chance. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. A Johnton Block 323 FIFTH STREET A SOUNEi INVESTMENT We have stUl a few lots left on the easy are within 1-2 "block of water service, and-are sure to double in in the Bpringr. Prices from to ma.ue, by J. r. Morgan Co that f :J MessrsT Edward' W.-Whithev pnd' Gcb- parts of the city, ihe following se- W. Perkins will retire from the firm" lections .wm De t On January 1, mi, and that William- i "Hark the Herald Angels president of'the "Christ- i Katioilar! bank. Thomas W. La- ians "The Manger "Star of "The j Star of Bethlehem." j Tne carol singers are. starting from [the hall at 11.15 p.m. The smallest i donations will be thankfully received by the singers to help the Army work locally. On Sunday the services will be held as: usual. 11.00 a.m.. 3.00 p.m., and 7 30 p.m. Special references and songs relating to the birth of Christ. All are heartily welcome. Monday night a special meeting will be held in the Army hall at S.OO p.m. THE LETHBRIDGE LAND AND COAL CO. FOR A FEW --SNAPS Corne- of London- and: Athole Street, 51 1-2x120, .Lot on'Glyn Street, 55x120, r 3 Spur Trfeck Xots in-Bloclc-64, a snap. Lots in Blocks 125, 126, 127, 128, at easy prices: 7 roomed fully'modern house with'full cement basement and fire place on Charles street, I860 handles. 8 roomed fully modern house on- Caurtland Street, a bargain. UFE flYFAD in OAF OK Winnipeg, Dec. friction be- tween the French and English Cath- .i an acute AN ISLAND FOR SALE (London 'Evening Standard.) The Isle of Lewis, ttiQ principal is- land of the Outer Hebrides, is to- be sold by order of Major Matneson. In extent about 5007000 acres, provides sport with deer; grouse, wood" cock and snipe and it has -three -sal- mon rivers. The principal mansion, known-as. Lewis Castle, standing in 600 acres of grounds, overlooks Stornoway. It was visited by King Edward and', Queen Alexandra in 1902. It has also been visited by King George, and the'late spent a week "there.. The .population of the island is about of which; Stomoway has .the.majority the remainder; being- crofters. What'il'Pfeate Father In buying gifts to .tickle father. save some' consequental bother, And keep his temper calm'and If you don't ask him for money. "No I don't---think women will ever succeea as railroad "Why "They would loose too much time Duke of Edinburgh, on one occasion holding up their at The healthiest spot in Canada; pure water: perfect drainage: typhoid mild climate; unsurpassed seen- boating and fishing. Property for sale. Beason: Leaving the province. -u n Prottt sorey uing on one of ,u3 lots; 9 room, upstairs; used for moving picture theatre; brtck front to town. Price ?2400. 1-3 cash- balance month, interest S per cent. (my own raaidssee) fifty lW ircat; 11 apple trees; i pear tree; 1 plwa tree; 1 jjrape vine; all) bearing; 40 different varlfttiti of (all fanoy) imported Scotland and France A genuine bargiUn. cath or 1-2 cash, balance S2C per moath Interest 6 per cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feef; front; 4 apple trees- i plum; 1 cherry all bearing; with furniture and all complete cash. (Jump quick here.) Three just 125 ft, fron? the best corner in town- perfectly level; old buildings theifeon; 75 feet front Price balance ?20 per mont.h; interest 6 per cent One lot in best residence section, cash. 6 ;with two conwrs near Lake shore. Would make a fine place for a wwamtr Unobstruct-ad view of lake and moun- tains. To away, for the 6 lots. S lots oofAtr, about 150 yards from ,C. P. R. depot; one small cosy city and electric light. Dirt cheap 81 of IMOI, mile with some buildings- within 100 of "Poplar Creek station, iLardo branch of C P R Price 1-3 caah; baJaace 6 and 12 months, interest 6 p.c.' AsA other lota, all for sale cheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. c. Here is a Good HOME- SITE Corner of- Court- land 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. Dobbin 310 7th St. Sooth The Catholics have A good programme will be given, con-! for some time been dissatisfied over sisting of songs, solos, duets and St. Boniface College, i lrkve citations, all bearing on the season running .things, claiming it is of the year. Come in crowds and en-'' for their sons to ;ec ire joy the meeting, fully decorated. The hall is beauti- proper education at St. Boniface. he Keal estate buyer (stung) "i thought you said this place was a great railroad Suburban Land "Great acott, man! There's a siding, a double' track, and a switch. What more do you want." KIPP Until January 17th, 1911. prices of Kipp lots will remain at old figures. READ THE DECISION of the Railway Commission report- ed in the local newspapers of Dec. 21st. get busy and buy AN EXCELLENT OPPOR- TUNITY for a large profit on a small investment. spite of this de- cision, the oxvner will sell at former prices until the date above mentioned. SKEITH TILLEY Cor. Eound Duf- ferin. Phone 1343 trouble came to a- head recently St. Boniface Colkge 'threatened to withdraw from the University of iioba if the University established an arts coil-ego with a teaching faculty. An English-speaking committee r j Winnipeg residents no.w want the HS- j tablishment of a Catholic j speaking college in connection with the college, and has applied for a j site. The idea is to establish a .-ol- lege siir.ilar to the college in affi'ia- j tion with Oxford for English Cafefco- j lies. This has called forth a vigorous protest from the French Cat-hoiks, an-d a lively controversy is in pro- JUMBLED VOTE AT S4JTTE Citizens Pulled Wrong Lover on the i Machines OF CANADA CaoUal, Rest Profits ni Assets Over Mosey Is Power to help, yourself and ___________________others. But it's only the money you not the money that slips through your fingers. You will find a savings Account a great help in accumu- lating this power. Why not-start one now, in this Bank Interest compounded at highest current rates. Money may be withdrawn at any time. Main Office cor. Found Redpath Sti I G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Wsstmintter Rd.; N. Ward j Msnafsr. Stirling H. Roach, Actinfl Manager. _____ Grassy Lake- rt. W. Manager. i Butte. .Mont, a result of a ballot re-arrangement at tue lltb hour at the recent election, when the name of XV. H. Haviland for state senator was placed as an independent candid- ate alone on a row between the re- publican, and democratic candidates on the machines, 500 or more votes were thrown away by voters, becoming confused and throwing the' iiaviiand row lever for all the blanks, j Tnis number of votes would have pro-i bably have turned the tide in favor of either-party had a majority been received by either party. A re'count under direction of the court is in progress'today as the re- sult of the institution of contests in- volving practically every county of-i rice. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SJR EDMUND WALKER, C. V. O., LL.D., D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER Tne or-der has Deen withdrawn by manager, Fleming of the Toronto Street Railway as a result of the protests entered by the people city. PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, HLAD OFFICE: TORONTO LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, E.G. NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50 In addition to the offices named above the Bank has branches in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities) and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States. It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and other banking business in the territory covered fay these branches, Lethbridge Branch C G. L Nourse, Mgr, ;