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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ml. THE LKT1I BRIDGE DAILY 12 Lots corner of 2th Ave, and 18th St. S., one block from Victoria Park a snap for quick sale F. 0. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge LOOK THIS UP Lota in Block ill facing col, each. 6 and 18 moaffii, 6 per cjoiit. R. V GIBBONS CO. ROOMS F. AND G., IALMORAL iLOCK. Phone 1191 Farm Loans Fire Insurance Houses to Rent Real Estate-Business Site 75x125 ft. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE. LOANS. SHERLOCK OUeaD lots for buildlns or iuvestment near the new public tcliool to be erected on Oalbralth St., and within a few minutes the proposed street car line. N'ow is your chance, Mr. to own your own bouse. Within, the city- limits and. the cheapest lots on the market. per a raontb. 'There are building.' all over this property. You hare only to see the splendid location. North Lethbridge Realty Co. Farm Lpudi. City property. Angus Shantz Rentals. ROOM 11f SHERLOCK ILDQ. Insurance. A 50-acre tract, ripe for subdivision, at a bargain. l.p lots in Aleiander Addition, at a snap, if taken soon. 1.00 acres suitable for 5 and 10 acre garden tracts, or can SHI purchaser 115.00 per acre rent. Price right. C. R. DANIEL DUNHAM V. frtt. t. DUNHAM Secy. Wilkie Kerr car 4 Lots on corner street each, terms Coal Fresh From Mines two tons INSURANCE Phone 623 Hull Block, I. office Lois 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 BLOCK. PHONE 132S. WM. INQRAM, Mjr. The Alberta MONEY To Loan On Impreved Perms, BALMOHAL BLOCK, PHONE LITHiRIDOE. YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY To buy fonr lots on Coutte between Dufferin and Kedoath, it Good terms given. Three lots on the same Rtreet In the lijelnlat block have this week been sold at loii.OOO. tUITerd Black. A. E. IVES Office Phone 738. Lots 9 and 10 block W Facing on West- minster Road Terras if required See H. J. H. Skcith CABMAN'S DISPUTE WITH G.T. PACIFIC JUDGE MABEE COMMENTS SE- VERELY ON RAILWAY'S ATTI- TUDE !N THE CASE OLfawA, Dec. :i man technically was a question the Hallway Commission bad to de- cide at a recent sitting. H came up in tho hearing of the comp'aint made by .15. A. Puree! 1 of Saslcntoon that! T.vP. was endeavoring to POSTOFFICE HAD A RUSH CHRISTMAS IUSINES8 VERY HEA- OF NEW QUART. ER8 URGENT Business at the post office durliiK this Christmas season has been rush- Ing. The British' ami foreign parcels have beau very, heavy, nnd later than usual In arriving. Owing to thi! prompt aua efficient attention given to tlio inspection of bonded parcels by Major Burnett, of the Customs staff; the post office department wore en- abled' to distribute a vast amount of matter in time for Christmas Day, which would otherwisa have had to remain over, but for the admirable work of Major Burnett. In order to further assist ill relieving matters, the department at Ottawa authorized the employment of "oye l" Iho carriers In .delivering the This arrangement was brought into effect here by Postmaster Hisinbotli- ani, and '.'.'as found to work effective- ly. The work at handling the mail in- aide the post.office was also a problem but extra help wits secured to remedy this. The limited space, however, or the Inadequate premises hampered matters to 'Caleni, and It wat no easy matter Arranging mall and at- tending to its distribution. The post office authorities here wish to thank the business men and'. others In the city for the kindness shown toward! the staff, who appreciate very warmly. During the past ten days all the employees In the post oKlce working overtime have had their meals "them. 11 must be stated that the members, of the staff FARM OITV PROPERTY OFFICE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY HARRIS OLSON PHONE 1412 LETHIRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK Steamship Agency Keal Estate Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Opening Evenings Employment Office Still at Begin Block fMPROVED FAHM AT'A BARGAIN ISO acres of improved land; tfo acres of stubble; all fenced; cross-fenced; 'J, wells. small house and small barn and chicken house. This land can all be steam ploughed, and is.near Iron Springs. IH.W pr acre; fer ttrms, etc., apply ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. HOTEL ILOCK. PHONE 4tt ARE WORRIED OVER MASSACRES PROCLAMATION OF MARTIAL LAW AT TEHERAN AND SLAUGH- TER London, Dec. The proclamation of martini law it Teberan following ,tni t To 1. For the Past in ii inn- coated cabinet and c or moe mails have been arriving late, owing to some unaccountable cause. One serious drawback In handling the mill In this city is the -fact that by the Ruiifan at Reshi, are causing here. Uttle additional informs- oil to work on -Sunday, trot tills, of SNAP Fine, inodern 7-rooni house on London- 52.1-2 foot lot, ?3500. Easy terms. We still have a few of those SUNNVSIDE You can buy them at u sacri- fice price for a few days. Buy GRAND VIEW LOTS now. The prices .go February 1st. The G. E. Fleming Agency REAL ESTATE, LOANS 4 INSURANCE 309 fth St. So., Lethbrldge, Buy Lptt in Grand rehearing. piled trucks :iml baggage up so that ladles could not from the .trains to -Mr. PuVcell's said ay? udge Mabee. 'Why, your agreement b f nonna tlilil ml. fnantltnan JtnltU I 1H....-V. _ TRAVELLER WAS FROZEN TO DEATH .means thai, my .coachman could not meet me at the station to tike me home." "We could raodilfy the suggested Mr. Tate. I not modify such su agree- would wipe H out of existence replied the chairman. hut J-OUT company tries to do 'such'-things; you..are trying to do -illes-il things all the time. This man Vwas kicked around by your station- master; you had him. In the police court and an appeal was refused." "Only was Mr. Tata's reply.' "OIi, the man was only technically kicked, then, by the station asked Judge Mabee. the station agent and he are the closest friends; that's the whole replied Mr. Tate, and he aeemeil surprised, when the court laughed. Judge Mabee dually refused the mo- tion for a rehearing. were received in bad order, many be- improperly packed and uuintelli- During the month of December be worth of adequate military tbelr funds. euraestloi GETS REDUCED RATE The postal department Ottawa, bus authorized the postmaster here dav Saskatoon, Doc. while on his way home from Winnipeg to spend Christmas in Saskatoon, Win; the Dry Farming Bulletin at li'.. Giilespic, a ronimercial traveller, the reduced rate granted Canadian died at- the cil-y hospital here Mori- publishers. This will mean a decided i savins In pOEtiae to the secretary's department or the Congress and will He was brought on the G. 'I. of advantage in liberally Christmas in an unconscious tue Bulletin. cundi-l on with his hands anil cars '------------------------_ frozen. His identity was not at first JAPANESE SURVEYED known. When it was found that tlwj RUSSIAN FRONTIER case was likely to prove fatal, how-1 Mukden, Manchuria, Dec. is ever, his clothes' were searched and a reported here that Japan has carried letter addressed to his wiic at IIS out a. complete survey of flussiaii Twentv-cighth slrrct, was tound. frontier since tast-.Iime. Russian of- Iflcials arc In consequence insisting Word reached Mrs. (lilwpic: and TranB.BalkaI provinces icrday morning and all? has since in be oloied to Japanese been nearly prostrated. oflicisls. A .Taiianeae official was re- freezing occurred near I tuna, eently admonished and expelled. Sask., and word from 'there slates i j that he got off the train nnd walked You can't always measure a man's, away from the station, getting lost.; importance by his chest expansion The dec-cased was K years old and i Few -of us gel what- we want, was 't member of the Masonic order. most of us set what we deserve. tween and- stamps were Bold, and Postmaster Higinbatlte.nl had to .order an addi tional supply, which ho received only, t last week-end. .Between 600 and TOO varloul >am' registered letters and parcels for the carriers, apart from other mail, hm e been distributed within the past Tbe Utter if evidently on the pare of Russia that a strone- miUtSrr force is eseen- tlal to guard propel ty interests in Persia at giuni eitplanation for de- ,orce fc coiwote it London, Dee Zf> thousand men, women and children have been butchered at Labriz by Persian sold staff are deserving; of warm praise for untiring effm-ts in catering and wants of the public. BRITISH STEAMER FOUNDERS LIVES LOST The battle between the and Russian troopa is lUll raging around the rums of the government palace It is estimated 150 Per. iiun soldiers have. been slain. Star Co. are uxci everywhere to bolt up I SHAFTINGS I PIPES I CABLES MACHINERY or anything else that might jar or vibrate loose from concrete, brick, none, marbk; or an? other kind of masonry. CANADIAN QENERAL (UPPLV CO, LETHBRIPtl. BRITISH HIQH LIFE SCANDAL London, Dec. dlroreewit which the details became public yes- terday was today entered OB the Hit (or trial next session. 10 It li no lonr- er necessary to conceal the namea of the principals. They are Unit., Col. the Hon. William Lawion. D.S.O.. ion of Lord Biirnhflm, prUtor oC the Dally Telegraph, and wife. Kaufihter tin .Onwral, Frederiek Marshall, K.C., M.Q., the co li Lord Hamlltou of Bvldence for the plaintiff will In- clude a statement by Ijivnon, a (ew moDthE ago when she told ber hustand goln, Pirit far a few days. He wa> luepielow and had her watched and traced her to the Hamilton In Scotland. She thereupon confeuad her love for Hamilton and an Immediate .eepar. ation, pendiUK divorce, arranaed. Perwans arrived at I'abrli todas The Dec. Guillemot I soldiers are enraeed over (be losses British thej have Miffered at the bonds of hut WOOD COULDN'T OET BAIL AMERICAN MACHINERY London, Out., Dec. C.j London, Dec. St. Petersburg Wood appeared In the police to lot Daily-Telegraph seys Ibis moroing on a. charge of havlg I'lnncBZJed money belongiHK to the Unerne'y Stove Company nf he wan agent here and the was en- larged to ullow him to get counsel. Hull howovcr was refuseil. Wood was arrested in Moose tbat the of. Count Stenbroolt. i formei- marshal of nobility of KUer- 2011 and many Xeemstvo members In that iirovlncr) are urging boycott of American machinery snd goods a uroteal against "American Jntcri'ev- i.-nrH" in HiisfiH's InteruAtlounl affairs. THE HORSE IS NO FOOL .He knows when ho's gettlUE proper treatment, w-hen his feed is sound, clean and nour- ishing, only he can't, tell you, nave by Ills actions, bin work, ills general apiKjamuci.1, Do -the iinrl by Pyoursolf hv doing the. best by him' in lodging your orders for tiouml and cioaii grain and feed in thli: man. for horse and csttlo jnovonder. Phont 340 Park. Wholcalc and ReOil C. _._____ ________ from London tor the Fldain and seieral wounded Per Genoa foundered In the Bay of Bis ,1RI1 soldiers haie been subjected to cnv on Dec. Si. The captoin and fif- lorturr Hundieds of homes teen of her crew were loat. Seven been sacked and burned. It is he- survivors were by the that the entire city may. bo ish steamer Lincairn und here gtroved today. Immediately utter the rescue of the survivors of the GnlHeiuot, the Unoairn sighted the Spanish steamer whoso name'Could not lie discovered in the darkness. Before the Lincatrn was able to go with her assistance tho Spanish' vessel foundered with NEW POSTAL STAMP all bands. CUT HIS THROAT WHILE DESPONOENT Winnipeg; Dec., Cr.ils, a widower, aged. 5.5, who has just come out A new of postal itanlus beai ing the portrait of King George V. has been authorized accl will be on sale after 1st January nost. Tho colors and denominations ot the new series will bo the some respectively as t.iiose of the current aeriep.- When the new issue appears the olii slumps will atill be sold, in Uie ordinary wny[ until their supply is exhausted. of the hospital, cut btsl change is also announced in the de-j throat 'while despondent Ihis morninrisisn of the stamp used In the current, st a north end block where he was i postal stationery to con-eapouil rooming. There will ba no imiuesl. now series of posluRe I Wyoming Coal 'My has turned over all he balance of this fam- nis coal amounting to tbout 300 tons to Mr. O'Keilly, and we will de- liver this at same price as coal. for 2 tons While It Lasts Order now Phone 544 The Dowslcy-MuI- hern Land Co. Aw. 7tl Sh; Block LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US Thfe Alberta British Columbia Land Company 31D 7th Street, Ground Floor Sherlock flldg. U. L. KIM1ALL, MOR. iii House IVIth three lots, Argyle Ave. pi-etty well on one lot. Price for quick sale. Torms. Farm and City Loane PHONE The Dowsley Land Co. Sherlock Bidg. 7th StrMt ;