Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
1012 THE B I) A I LY A Good Thing will Not Last Long Dominion Square is selling very rapidly. You will he sorry when spring comes that you wore not one of the early investors in this property. Every lot a building proposi- tion, high, dry. and level. Use a little fore-sight and buy now. Call pafc our office ,or phone '1235. Mitford Co., Owners Opposite Herald 792 MILES FARM LANDS FARM LOANS Crop Payment, Straight Nortli (iiu'-hiiiJ1 ol' Section 29-8-.17, 4 miles soutli-wosl oJ" AVarnor, 200 aoi'es brokfiii. Two milus of fence. Copd water. Good neighborhood. Tile righL jiliicti for tile rielit uuin. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Bfnclc ftrm Fire insurance CHEAP Money to Loan HOMES O'room, U storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, ucjar Oalbraith 575.00 cash, monthly. Five modern cottage, on one lot, lialf block tro'm car line, balance in live years. The C. B. Bowman Agency -CADfA BLOCK. PHONE The Court of Quebec has. LAW AGAINST DIME NOVELS ruled that moving picture shoe's in UcrHn, Dec. 24. The proposed law the urcvinco mar keep ojieii on Sun- against dime nereis and dsyn. Thirty 'convictions tiro qmished. Judge literature has been received with favor Excursion TU Los Califui'iiia. Train From Spokane, Wash. Tues., Jan. Ticirets on by Canadian Fac- iiiQ ticket ajrcnts in Alberta and East- ern B. C.. on .lanuan- S, and litli. 1913. Final return limit, April 30, 1913. FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN In- the majority of the federal states of Germany. It will probably be sub- mitted to the federal council during the present session o[ parliament. The measure will provide heavy penalty for the display and sale of this hind of literature. Tho law affects only those which are offensive liior- aly iiiul religiously. Qoing and re-, turning via Spo- kane. Going via Spo- kane, returning via Seattle. Special from Spokane 10 Los Angeles covers seven days, r-tops being made at Portland, San Francis- co, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saiiui Crux, Monterey, Del Monto, Pa So Holik-.s, Santa Barbara, jnrl Hcd- huuls. Fare on going trip from iu- tludcH berth and moalH on train IT at hotel, and a nmnhcr of trips. Return is by regular meals and berths nor. included. For descriptive pamplilot apply, R. G. McNEILLIE.. District Passenger Agent. J. B. Scott has purchased the Duu- das Banner. Donaldson Line Direct Service CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS, Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing 'from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Sail from St. John, Deo. 12th and 15th, LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure the best, it costs no more. Apply to any railway, ship agent or H. E- LIDMAN. General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, Kdmonton, Alia., Dec. announcement made in Kdmonton today by A. T, Fraser, district engin- eer, that the Canadian Northern rail- way company expects to exceed all for-' me r records for railroad construction work in the province of Alberta dur- ing laia. The season junt clobail has been highly satisfactory, bul on ac- count of wet weather last summer tho amount of grading work was not as large as would have been ujuie-r more lavorablo conditions. The company laid 362 miles of true! completed 4ii2 miles of grading am mado 80S miles of surveya in t. province during lit] 2. The rnilea; actually built is greater this season that tho total of all previous year! It is now miles. Pivo thousand men and 1.700 teams have been regularly employed during the season. The company, which to- day has TJ52 miles of grading undoi contract, removed cubic yards _ of earth and rock during th' year, in addition to the work outlined in the foregoing: Thu big pieces of track laid are: L30 miles, on" the Unizeau branch, lap- ping extensive coalfields; 100 miles on the Goose Lake extension; 7fi on the muin line west; 70 miles on the Calgary-A'egruville branch, -IS miles on the Calgary-South Edmonton and 47 miles on the Camrose- South Edmonton branch. Nineteen miles was laid on the Morin-vilie-Ath- abasca line and two miles of spur track were completed. The mileage for which location sur- veys was made ai'e: Camrose, south- easterly, J.Gi> miles; Peace River branch 150 miles; Oliver, northeaster- ly, 114 miles; Goose Lake extension 100 miles; Bruderheiin, easterly, 100 in HUB, Brazuau and Calgary-south Ed- monton branches, 65 miles each; War- den Junction to Hanna, 60 miles; main line west, 40 miles and eight miles of spur tracks. The large grading work under con- tract is as follows: Goose Lake ex- tension, 125 iniiss; main line west, 112 miles; Peace River branch 100 miles; Brazeau branch ii-1 miles; Camrose, southerly -10 milts. Six hundred and ninety-eight miles of rails wero laid on all lines in Al- berta during 1912. The Grand Trunk Pacific built 23n miles and the Can- adian-Pacific and the Edmonton, Dim- vegan and British Columbia-made .up tho real. The present mileage in op- eration In the province today is as against 2.100 miles at tho close of 1911. HOTEL MAN MORE OF THE SHAME OF NEW YORK POLICE FORCE HAS BEEN REVEALED Now York, Dec. uiury of how graft alleged to paid foi police protection cmibled the proprie- tor of a questionsbU) hotel to build uj such a business that finally he (IlBpOB ed of his unpretentious place [or 000, was told to the aldermanic vice InvuHtlgation commit tee. Oeorgo A. Sipp, for ten years pro- prietor of the Baltic hotel, at One Hun dred and Twenty-fourth street aitd Lexington avenue, "gave tho testimony. As a result of his revelations u police inspector, two ex-Inspectors, and a j number of minor officers wore sum- moned before Commissioner Waldo. A patrolman, named as Ji graft collector, was auupended forthwith. .Sipp testified that for the last five years of his proprietorship of that ho- tel he had paid Policeman Hugeiic Pox a month for police protection. Ho understood, he said, that Ilo.v repre- sented Inspector Dennis Sweeney. Sold Hotel: Still Paid After he left the hotel, Hipp testified, he collected the same amount from his successors, and handed ii each month to Fox, until a "frame-up'1 raid was worked on him in tho hotel to which he had transferred his interest, and lie had a quarrel with the police. Corroboration of portions of Sipp's was given by Thomas Doorian, assistant manager of the mime hotel, after Sipp sold it for to al- leged members of the "vice trust" in control of a chain of disorderly re- sorts and their inmates. Roorian tes- tified he had given the to Sipp each month, and that when Sipp stop- ped collecting it, he paid each mouth to Fox personally. The.se "IMPOSSIBLE TO HELPMYHlfS" Until I Used "Fruit-i-tfvis" Worlds Greatest Kidney dire Practically everybody in Toronto knows Profeswr F. Davis, Por years, the elite of that city tatea lessons from-Prof, Davit in tbe irt of Dancing and Deportment, Hii constant activity gradually weak- enftd his Kidneys) which calamity threatened to him an invalid. But read Davis1 563 ST., TORONTO, Osw. ,v; DHCKMBRR 29th. 1911 "I want to say that "Fniit-a-tives" J3 my only medicine, has been For the past five years.' Previous to that, I had troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney .Disease, and had taken many remedies vrithout.satismctory results. Noticing the.advertisements of "Fruit- this treatment altogether, and as everyone known, 1 am haye been Bince taking "Fntit- the best of j. p. DAVIS. If Rheumatism oriKidney Trouble IB making you miserable, take "Pruit-a- tives" and'get 500 a box, 6'for 250, At all dealers or sent; oh receipt of by I'mit-a-tivcs Liuatsd; Ottawa. H. R. H. DISTRIBUTED PRESENTS AND HELPED AT A SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT Quegec, Dec. Liberie" Par- oia, weekly paper, owned by Senator Choquotte, was completely destroyed by tiro, here, this morning. How the J'irn started is unknown, but it is sup- posed to have been caused 'by an el- ectric wire. The loss is about with an insurance of The paper 'will suspend publication for a few weeks, until arra.nsc.niouts arc made with the underwriters. ments, he said, he 1ms continued up tc the present. Sipp mentioned former Sheriff Nich- olas J. Hayes as interested, according o common report, in the Harlem louse, and said Fox told him he could :iot open the second hotel upon which ventured because it van only a block away from the Harlem house, today. He was years old. Mr. Floyd was editor Post while Major H. J. Snelgrove, died in Toronto this morning was tor of the Cobourg World. of heart failure. OUT ON BAIL New YorB, Dec. S. en, president of the New York, New Haven Hartford railroad company. and B. J. Chamberlain, pnwidBnt oi .he Grand Trunk railway of Canada, indicted yesterday for criminal vio- lation of the Sherman lav, entered jleas of not guilty .today arid on ball eacb. A BIRDMAN KILLED London, Dec. Petre, i well-known English airman TVJUS killed oday near Redcar, while undertak- ng a flight from Brookland's Irome to Edinburg. He intended .to over the distance without .stopping1. Flis monoplane ran Into a heavy gale md was dashed to the eaith. The motor fell on the.aviator killing :hinr nstantly. Information and Inquiry Bureau Phone 744 Debt Collectors Private Inquiry Agents All Work Strictly Confidential SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings Company Winnipeg and Daily prices by vh-e or pfcou. Messrs. Asquith and Lindsay's OflBce DOMINION BLOCK LETHBSiDGE, "ALTA. Phone 1714 P. 0. Box 378 W, L McKeozie Co, Electrical Dealers And Contractors Phone 637 Avenue S., UJIU I.! randies. an s( Uio wosiiu--! "'a' -i Houklionor liitroduued noople of the llcllly, now sen-Ing a five-year sent- house Kluriric (-omn-nv v-is ik'Sti-ov atiMmrits couKreKatlon to thcii now pastor. The encc, received n Imuuaome prison. c-J siniilijr tu "i other iiKcnl.s. uoiiKrcKiitlon large. made cane from t.hn convict. Tho He '21, J; HUH ticll. ID I4lOI" tUrillCT ply lo iACCEPTED IN A PARTISAN SPIRIT j London, Dec. iho in- of lhe British navy league trj Illlllt, ail. i become une of Its life vice-preyukmls Premier Me Bride, of British Co'lunibiit] _ says hf fonsitlcrs it u pleasure anil i duly io do whai. ia lowanis the i'lmpire's .'ii'coteti in thu Mother Coiinu1 ol' yratii'lcation tu Canad A Mill. I A. X. Cansr. nf tlio Unfvrrf-liy I hftoit nwrii-cU'd l.. j Uliod..-s SANTA CLAUS BURNED (Irjiid Forks, AMI., Dec. Twnmley. playing Santa Cluus, nearly nic-t den Hi j'irc last nighr. whtn iho coiion Uiiiid in the Santa disguise took fire from a candle attached to a trees given for children of tho Congre- gational church. Only the prompt ac- tion oi' a nicniluM1 of the audience wi'iilipiiiK his com. the fa Ice tjSuLj C'uiiiB ndMiii him fruin 'iuaiii. j Ih- auft'ered considerably irum bums.' A panic; tho cliildien way Im- minent, bin averted. j Pierce woman, in jail on n charge or A hirso grev eagle was shot in Haw. bigamy, yaa tlie recipient oi1 gifts iiton cemetery. from both her husbands. Rnllnck to imp ye lilf-ilC.S I'U'i1 U Constipation- isanenrmy within the camp. It vill undei'niiuc the strongest constitution and ruin the most vigorous health. It loads to indigestion, biliousness, impure hloo.-l, had complexion, sick headaches, and ia one of the raost trequent causts of appendicitis. To neglect it is slowsniciclc. Dr. .Morse's Indiitn Root Pills positively cure Constitution. They arc entirely vegetable in composition and do not M'Cben, weaken or gripe. Preserve your health by taking Dr. Morse's ia Indian Root Pills TO DREDGE THE C. N. R. TERMINALS Vancouver, B.C.. Dec. If. Slovens, M.P.. anuounced today that False Creek, ,1 part, of Vancouver. hor, is to be dredged two miles from Main sireer. bricige to lillglisil tenders to bo called for nt oiice by tbo Dominion government. The ernment IH arnmghiK to f.Tocuru ;i wharf site a I. Xortb Vancouver. This I will be tho firjit. move, (uwarils an tenalve cAvned flockinp; j and Rniin ayl'-ni in Vanc-ou-i ver. House Snap Six Ivoom. Fully Jfodern House, (jtli Avc. S., on car lino EASY TEEMS The Dowsiey Muihern Land Co. Sherlock 7tli St.