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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Dec. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALT) TWO GOOD BUYS IN NORTH WARD: on Nariton street, 21 x 40, 7 rooms, wired for electric light, water and sewer in spring. Price cash, loan on property for monthly payments of Balance to suit purchaser. arid twojots in North Ward, corner Council 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 w-orth your consideration. 1 t. Lowes North American Co., London Guarantee and Accident Cfl., Phoenix Co., Ltd.. of Lend on. Edmonton, UETHiRID'GE, High RivV, Nahton, A new five roomed cottage, North Ward, close to mills, cash, balance to suit purchaser. -Fully modern eight room house, Coutts St., rents-140.00 per month, cash: balance 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1131 Ott'Block THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE _ LOANS SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at f 600.00 each. 6 lots in Block 26 Daff Add., close to new school at 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster for SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP 70 acre tract of choice irrigated land suitable for garden tracts. A big "money maker for party who subdivides it. per acre, or'wil] sgirpart at an' advanced price. Half seclioa east of Stirling at per acre. Small house renting for on 35 foot lot, London Road, 1-3 cash; balance easy terms. A; property of 14 lots with 6 room house, a business building, renting for per month and stable for 20 for casb; balance 1 and 2 years. THE WEBER-HUFF INVESTMENT CO. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 We want your farm loans. Money on skort notice, A few bargains in section tracts THE.O. W. KERR CO. 0. T: Laihropt Res. Manager NOT TO MARRY INJMNTHS Bond That a Telegraph Operator had to Give in Spokane Spokane, Wash., Dec. Miss Margaret Perkins went to work as telephone operator in a local hotel today the management required 'her give a bond, not to marry, 'within six months.- This instrument, duly signed and sealed, holds Miss Perkins' bondsmen liable to the extent of in the event she 'becomes a bride on or before June 21, 1911. The sureties are prominent business men. The reason for this unusual re- quirement by the hotel management is that a half dozen telephone opera- tors have married within as many months, the last two being Miss Flor- ence Joyce, who recently married a rancher, and Miss Olive Bourne, who has gone: to Rockland, Mich., to join her intended husband. "I am not engaged to marry any one, nor do I expect to enter into an en- gagement during tne coming six months." said.Miss Perkins, a comely brunette, "and for that reason my bondsmen have, nothing-to fear. Of course, I have received a proposal or two, but I am not ready to settle down for. life. DIVA IN OPEN AIR SINGS TO Throng Blocks Street for Two Hours to Hear Tetrazzini .San Francisco; Dec. her prbmise to sing in the streets of San .Francisco, Mme. Tetrazzini ap- peared at Lotta's fountain before a crowd of from to. per- sons tonight. town streets for nearly two hours. At daughter. Mrs. .DarraE.says was WOLVESfll AS BAM BORN Duluth Authorities Find Woman and Infant in Caoin Duluth, Minn.; Dec. wolves how-led-around the cabin; Mrs. Walter 34 years old, gave days-ago to a babr in a -par- tially roofless shack near Pelican lake FOR SALE 2 lets Westminster snap at each. Cottage. 6 rooms, and-3 lots on lane, Burdett close in. Money maker, cash, balance, 3 years. 2 8 roomed house, "on the lane, Westminster Courtland, Good terms. L. S. JRIPLEY CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOAN BROKERS PHONE 1034 V OFFICE, .MACDONALD BLOCK. in this the cabin was With "the woman only her 4-year-old 6.-o'clock the crowds began to gather, worming into the pentagon made by the five. street intersections -like the confluence of a restless Men and women, many still clutching the spoils of their Christmas shopping, hiing -from 'the windows of nearby buildings, jamiied the. roofs of sky- and walled' the diverging streets far beyond the reach of the diva's voice. was-incandescent in the her smile and the opii- Tetrazzini radiance of ience of .her blazing jewels, her voice leaping out from the wooden parabola where she sang up to the roofs of the tallest vbuildings.' Overhead a giant searchlight, played from a nearby building, swung across the skies like a hsavenly baton. The diva was introduced by Mayor _ _ WJ -LU.CIVU1 The .making of a bond is a mat- H; P. McCarthy. After the cheering uuc iUS ter of business with the management! had subsided she sang- "The Last Rose of the the operator continued. Many "There is more or -less trouble every A GBEAT HOUSE BARGAIN 7 roomed fuliy modem up to date house'on Brunton St, only jf taken at once. time a, new operator is 'broken the rule being that as soon as a girl be- comes. efficient she deserts the switch- board to join heart and hand with some inere man. "As I said, I am not ready to become the wife of any man, therefore .the management has nothing to fear so far as I am concerned. The two young women working on the other eight- hour shifts will also be required to give bonds, I am informed." A. G. Benson, manager of the house believes that Miss Perkins and the other operators will carry out their agreements to the letter. song from "Romeo and Juliet." deserted by -her-husband some weeks before. it was' .tbaay the woman, her baby were found. All were temporarily i removed to a farmhouse. For a week previous .to the birth of the child VMrs. Darrah had been. critically'-ilV: and :only the services of the 4-year-old child-1 were extended .to her during; that. time and the en- suing period until- when hunters came across-.the .shack.-. The weather .haa- been extremely cold. Tiere has. been no food' and no fire In for-a week and both, mother and on'the point of starvation.'-: The. .little., girl .had started baref 06 t'ejd to a. spring .for water when Duluth; authorities have' taken the. family-in charge; THE EXCHANGE 509 4th-Ave. Phone 59? BIG SHIPMENT FROM COLERIDGE TO RESIDE IN MEDICINE HAT (Medicine Hat News) Mr. J. G. Hansch, of Lethbridge, is In town, with the intention of pur- chasiag a residence here, to which he will remove his family in the spring. jMr. Hansch is handling Winmfred townsite at present, and believes that the opportunities for additional busi- ness, are particularly bright in Medi- cine Hat. He intends investing fur- ther later on. The sale of property in Winnifred is progressing favorably, much building is going on in the town at present. Among the buildings Coleridge, Dec. children of the public school are busy .tlcing for the Christmas tree and en- jtertainment to be held shortly in the scnoolroom. Frank Brecklin has just completed a new building: west of the general store. We understand Mr. Brecklin t intends in. tie near future opening an, j up-to-date butcher shop in the new building. 'Frank is a hustling business of those who heard her were amonjj the patrons of the' old .Tivoli theater, where her --first- -pjufe--___ lie appearance 10 years ago: When the waltz song ended the -band played "Auld Lang arid the crowd took up the refrain." OPTIMISTIC ABOUT MAY DISMISS HIM BECAUWfflSON Motions to Discharge Montreal City Health Montreal, Dec. strength of the Catholic feeling in .this city was shown today at the city council when nrac 'a C'E motions were introduced lEHINEHAT FOR RENT i __ i We have for rent a modern .cottage at'269 Brunton street, one of the most beautiful places in the city, at the low rent of only per month. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson Block 323 FIFTH STREET A SOUND INVESTMENT We. have still lots'left-oh'the easy payment system. These are within 1-2 block-pf water service, and are sure to double'in value in the spring; -P.Hoies from to 5150 down, S10 monthly. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO, WESTMINSTER: ROAD. PHONE addition to Parker Bros, livery barns, sheds offices for the Stacey Lum- man and it is to be hoped "his cnter- ber Co., and an implement -warehouse' Prise meet with the success Mason. This came up when the controllers presented their annus.1 budget. The motion to leave Dr! Laberge's name off the roll, however, lacked the ce- oessary two-thirds vote and did not carry. Finally, the whole report was re-, turned to the controllers for amend-' M. A. Brown, .alderman, elect at Med- icine .Hat, "-iiL-'.towii -Saturday, en. route .reports that con- ditions attfh'e Hat .were, never, bright- er. in and is very busy. Only a few .months .homesteads -co.U'ld be gotten close to, the town, but now to be 30 or 40 miles to the north.. The Board of Trade ig one of-the most active organ- izations in the'town, and-it expects to have several new' industries located there within "a few months, including a Hollow-ware and Terra-cotta plant The clay, products plant is funning j day and night, and the iron and sheet rolling mills, which, will employ about 100 men, are now locatde as is also a big flouring mill. The new high school build- ing will-be completed by the first "of the year, and considerable progress has during the past year in the matter, of paving the streets. The city contemplates establishing an additional high 'pressure water plant farther up the river.--Conditions point to a very prosperous year both to the city and district for a new hotel for Bain and Davis. yards at Coleridge on Wednesday of report will carry The healthiest spot in Canada: pure water; perfect drainage: .typhoid ur-tnown; mild climate: unsurpassed'scen- ery; fine boating and fishing. Property for saifij B.easGTL: Two lots upon 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 per month, interest 6 per cent. Cottage (my own residence) fifty feet front; 11 apple trees; 1 pear tree; 1 plum tree; 1 grape vine; all bearing: about 40 different varieties of roses (all fancy) imported from Scotland and' France' A genuine bargain. cash or cash, balance ?2o" per month Interest 6 per cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple trees; i plum; 1 cherry tree; all bearing; with furniture and" all complete cash. (Jump quick here.) Three business lots, just 125 ft. from the best comer in town; perfectly Jevel; some old buildings thereon; 75 feet front Price cash, 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 lor a summer cottage. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tains. To give away, for the 6 lots. 3 lots corner, about 3.50 yards from C. P. R. depot; one small cosy house thereon; city water and electric light. Dirt cheap ?300 cash. acres of land, one miie river front, with some buildings; within 100 feet of Poplar Creek station, Lardo branch of C. P. R. Price 1-3 cash; balaace 6 and 12 months, interest 6 p.c. And several other lots, all lor sale cheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. C. last week. (tive foreman in the roundhouse here, j moved into the new house built for t j him by the company during the sum- mer. Mr.. Whitelegg immediately took possession of the house vacated by Mr. Lawson. -_ Mrs. A. McLean is sufficiently recov-] tfif the chief of ered from her recent serious illnes to j be up and again. j Miss Minnie Acheson has returned from her visit to Frank, looking none tne worse for her long quarantine. Fred McLachlm, or the Cypress Hills district, spent several days last week in Coleridge visiting his brother, Stanley, our local postmaster. That marriage is a least in some again been iilus- Itrated in the case of a Isdy ar- rived in town last week with a team Dr. by Leberge, their this vote. If decided to recommend that his scmccs iu will go unless a two-thirds majority of 'the council ca-n be to against it IS VOTE FOR Portsmouth, 0., Dec. THE lTHpDGrtAN'AND COAL CO. FOR--A FEW SAtlPS of London and .Attiole Street, 51 1-2x120, Lot on Glyn ?950. 3 Spur Track Lots in Block 64, a snap. Lots in Blocks 125, 127, prices; 7 -roomed fully., modern house "with full cement basement and- fire place on Charles' street, handles. S roorosd fully modern house .on Street, has been much difficulty over more arrests were made today in Man- Laberge's Masonic connections. Chester, "Ohio, for investigation by the i Several schools refused to allow his! grand jury of vote selling. Five" hun- officers to inspect them on the ground i dred more arrests, it "is said by county be made next week. -d that the sion in ih- rimonious. the 'department was j authorities, It is now be] include 2000. of horses and a democrat preferring 25 YEARS Judge Blair today said at least every sixth'man in the county would be subject to the probe. Up to date 114 voters have acknowl- edged their guilt. Among them is t.he j j Rev. Isaac Hilton, of Red Br.ush, who j admitted his guilt of selling his vote in the last election for Because of.the minister's financial condition, Judge Blair made his fine a light one, I but disfranchised hira for five Fargo, :NT. D., Dec. Word has yieici-img been received in North Dakota that to rustle for herself and child rather j Chapman, a negro arrested at than be mistress of her own home j Canada, last June on a under unfavorable conditions. She se- of brutally murdering EARL GREY PLANS ARCTIC TRIP Toronto, Dec. a trii Grey con- by the MacKenzie fine for a couple of weeks past. To the newcomer from the east it is a pleasant contrast to the gloomy weather usually experienc- ed- there at this, season. SIGNS RACE SEGREGATION PLAN Baltimore, Md.f Dec. forth no white person may move into a block in Baltimore where the ma- jority of the residents of that block are negroes, nor may a negro move Into a block where the majority of the uite. TSilg IB the man- date laid down in the so-called E. H. West race segregation ordinance, which was signed by Mayor Mahool today. It is expected the act will taken to the courts to teat its conati- the coast of Alaska before leaving Canada. That nothing definite as to i has been found guilty ami sentenced route tbe time of departure had j to serve twenty-five years'in the was assurance given homa penitentiary. "After the mur- j Prior to the departure of His which Chapman claimed was urg- j lescy for Ottawa, on a special car at cd upon him by Matthew's wife, a i 1.30 this afternoon. woman, the man escaped to Canada the woman is still living there, it is said. Now that Chapman I lutionality. has been convicted an effort will made to take the woman back stand trial as an accomplice. BIG CATTLE GROWER DEAD Central City, Neb., Dec. Thomas Benton Hord of this place, said to have been the largest cattle feeder in the world, died .today .at Minneapo- lis, Minn., where he went a few weeks ago to consult a specialist. He has 'suffered from paralysis for two years. HUNGRY; STEALS HEN New Orleans, La., Dec. overcame Alonzo Banks, colored, to- day, and he could not resist the temp- tation to take a white Wyondotte hen, j at from a coop at tho New Orleans poultry show. An alarm was given-, and Alonzo.was soon cap- tured with the hen, which had won first prize. J. C. Fishel, of Hope, In-dL, one of the'owners otthe bird, wau al- most overcome with joy at getting it back. The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St, Phone 544 home, Lon-. don. Road, (7th Ave.) close in. cash. Easy terms, assuming mortgage. home Brun- ton and Smith Streets. 3 larice lots, stable. Easy termi. home S rooms, Courtland SL. AT.) above ya-sy terms. F.ully xnoflern. fine home Ashmead St, (llth St.; close in. roomed house, Ash- mead St., (llth St) close in. Beautiful bungalow Ashmead St. (llth close in. home close to Westminster. six roomed Argylc Avenue. A snap. Easy cash payment and terras, assuming loan. bungalow 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 Uken at once. Several lots with shacks -T--1T1T JJT- Belli 2 full lots on lane behind Con- servatory of Music. Price quick'sale. 2 lots facing south, Block 128, each. 77 x 344 1-2, corner Charles and CutbiH, 75 x 83 1-3 corner London and CutbiH, 50 x 142 1-2 CutbiH just off London, 37 1-2 x 125 Dufferin near Cavanaugh St., ?1900. 4 full lots, CutbiH Street (10th St.) facing east, 1 lot, Redpath street, close in. A pickup. See us. 45 1-2 s 125 Reid street (near Westminster.) 2 lots Westminster Road, at each. Agents Alliance Insurance Co. _ vvoat. ins. UO. Agentt Wanted Selling agents for the G. T. R. town sites between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. Here is a Good HOME- .Corner of Court- land and Ernest St. On water and er. Lots 29 and 30; B1L 121. S1450 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months at 5 per cent. III Ila 310 7tk St. SPECIAL 84 ft. x 140 ft OIL Ashmead street, price only on easy terms. 2 corner lots in Block 122, price Terms. G. A. Peat Co. General Insurance Real Estate d BiccK Plions 571 T. N. -CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary PuMfc, ;