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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILy HERALD Page! TWO GOOD BUYS IN NOKTH on Nantpn sti'cet, 21 x 40, 7 rooms, wired for electric light waiter and sewer in spring. .Price onproperty for monthly payments of -Balance Jto suit purchaser. and two lots in North 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 worth your consideration. i. G. Lowes fi North American Life Awuranct Co., London Guarantee and Accident M.d., of London. ,_ Edmonton, River, Nanton, Vancouvtiv-. -A roomed cottage, North Ward, cash, balance to Fuliy modern eight room house, Coutts per month, cash: .balance 6 arid 12 months: R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott JBIock THE H. MACBETH AGENCY ii 'NSURANCE LOANS BHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at each. 6 lots In Block 26 Doff Add., close to new school at 8400.00. 7 rooms! cottage on 2 Block 123, facing Weetminster foT AVIATOR CREATES NOVEL SPORT Aeroplane-Duck Hunting Indulged in by Latham in California Los Angeles, .Cal., Dec. the noted fVench. aviator, went duck hunting today ,at Bolsa jUhico Giin club in his fast Antionet- te monoplane. He circled over the feeding grounds of the wild fowl driving his machine at a nigh rate of speed and 'frighten ing of thousands.. With a double barreled shotgun GREAT FALLS GETS THE NEWS r (Great Falls., Tribune of the local chara SHEEP INDUSTRY The evidently gaining ground amongst breeders' of pure bred sneep Canada that only pros- pect of securing for themselves. a letter yes- steady annual, market their sur- .terday from McNicol, stock .lies in the direction of the of the.Lethbridge board trade, i encouragement 'and s development of in .which (the invitation of the local 'sheep, as business in our body to the business men of the country. A .year ago -they were adian city .to make an excursion here MM was officially accepted Mr. McNicol ;tlOQS said the trip .would probably be made Here in Mr. Holmes .has also received. a let- rt-strio the rJJnited were Pfepared and in ter from C. G. K. Nourse, president tte end depressed, sales; in a: marked of-the Lethbridge board of trade, -in degree; During greater part of "which-he discusses the railroad facili- the past has no 'SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP ;70 acre tract of chbice irrigated land suitable for garden tracts. A: big-money-maker for paVty who subdivides it. .per acre; or nfiU-'s'eil pant at aa'advanced price. .Half'section east of Stirling at per acre. SmalT- house renting for on 35 foot lot, London. Road, 1-3'ca'sh; balance easy terms. A. property of >14 lots with 6 room house, a renting for per month and -stable for 20 horses, all for 1 and 2 years. IHE WEBER-H CFF INVESTMENT CO; ROOM 10.ALBERTA PHONE 771. ties between the .two "cities. ...Mr.- -doubt been a: latter- thP birds into thP air in Noursfe'says in his letter .that he has iy the feeling b'f'.confidence in a con- the birds into the air in droves with the Alberta Railroad tinuous in and Irrigation company the question de'clin- .of .-running better, trains to Great Latham fired 10 times at the Falls, and'that P. L. Naismith, the recent at the In- Mlling one and crippling several manager, has promised to ternational; were satisfact- otn-ers. j: grant the. request-for..anumprovement ory Canadian and- it 1 After being in the air pursuing the! the Great' which operates was the-'outlook 'for a ducks for inore: than half an on boundary steady of increase'dL-trade was not Latham landed successfully at the J clubhouse. Wait that Can- A group of invited guests of the ada .to obtain a firm t JL iVvUilL ArfUMoH-lvl. J.U' _. i t -1 That a buffet car on- .the Great Fails Gun Ready Carrying his loaded shotgun '-across; his'lap, the aviator sat quietly.Jn las j-j.. v- he approached the shoot-: conditions, is the Once m vidnitr than -five: carloads of -lambs Lethbridge line the speediest were snipped to- -East' .Buffalo 'from in almost 1000 that .citr-. The the marshes 'thousands of Lethbridge "and "therefore: Toronto Montreal, .markets "have rose quacldng route frequently. at ialx, frightened by the appearance-of [this strange aerial monster. 'Could. a buffet, parlor1 prices equivalent to th'at'TJaid'for sita4 As tile first flock of could. the water, Latham'let go the steering; for connectioiLS jn -itself .indicating 'the .strong" Xror? and .-also obtain'vfirst'.class us KUU j-ireo. -v _tvj c XA- dining service anq witti tHe-traffic: Ule wheel and grasping his' groyrthg.> demand for ?mutton.j oh bill dropped to. ;thou- :io- f sands more scared: by....the sound of in a veryr short he ;the gun, arose.' allr'directions., The said" trpsterdav "One" fine; if A GREAT HOUSE BARGAtN 7 roomed fuliy modern up to date house on .Brunton St, only- if taken at ouce. _. THE EXCHANGE 509 4th Ave. ft: LETHBRJDGE .IB FLOURISHING li'eterborb, Ont. Review Mr. G'.-'.JB, Fleming, of Lethbridge Jn for a few days on business. He brother, of Mr. U. Fleming, .Gilmore street. Mr. Fleming, .when" seen today' by the Kevie'w, things are in a condition in .that city just at present, and the .prospects are that it .'.the.', verse of a gun, machine :sued..a flqcfc of -.big that Iwas making, for. toward, the. ocean. Jb'lying directly 'over the clubhouse, Latham chased them.out to suing them for. more than, three miles Time and again he discharged- his double-barreled, gun. In his swift, machine .he" overtook and passed many.of the slow-.flying denizens of' the air. The whole 'king- idom of waterfowl seemed- terrorized Mr. Fleming is in the appearance of the Phone 597 said "One "fine" Notwithstariding pro'simity -of the United safest outlet for the Canadian product is still to be THE LETHBRIDGE UND AND COAL CO. improvement .has just been completed found possibly at in the .opening of a.first class cafe in the: Europeaa mar- Shelby .r 'J English, wbo! market; '-is "The xunning time between the two Tne ciistnoution ior tne _- r Uf Quct great-'-wool producing 'mf countries "of the world, including Aus- ,ed amount of traffic two i tralia, .Kew Zealand1., and the Arg'en- "cities, both of which', would benefit. tine. .If "thfe sheep -industry in this As it is now I never make' the .trip" country can ever be-developed-to rea- of London "and "Athple Street, 51 on S Spur Track LotsVih Block r "-Lots ID. Blocks at easy prices. T roomed .fully with' fuilf cement: basement and. fire place on 'Charles 8 -rooraed: fully modern house Ph Street, a bargain. ed in its 'history. a position to say, as he is engaged ;in monoplane its broad the real estate business in Lptb- bridge, representing .F. C. Co., financial agents. white wings and chugging motor. Snipe, mudnens and 'other small birds, dived under the water or-hid in unless I have to. -I would ahr-iost pre'go by way of Spokane." COMMISSION IS ALWAYS ASUCGESS His company is at present engaged tQe marshes. As the aviator "passed' in building two subdivisions 'to'-the-out to sea in pursuit of the big flock city, one of which is known as Fair-Inarms of ducks arose from'the; sea _______ inont The climate when Mr a11 directions and fled back to land.i .The pending adoption df the com- ing left was very mild, althoughjtheyj 'Latham enjoyed the sport mission of Cam- experienced some was warmly congratulated oh sonable-proportions, it is, not to be expected liatcany more natural or.rer. liable market be found for surplus Canadian, .wools. In addition to this when, the extent, of the; industry may make possible the necessary grading and sorting, of. the product, sucn that it may be placed upon the British mar- ket in attractive condition, the prices realized may be found much more re- munerative than present ob- time aso.. He will be in .the city foritne success of his exploit bridge and the adoption of a modified by .Boston has It is .clear, also thai; the great and of, prosperity never before experienc- two or three days. KASLQ.VRC ----7 Jf :_ Th ft healthiest .spot' in. QarWU-' n.-ountair, "water; perfect drainage; typhoid -mild climate; unsurpassed ery; fine boating and fishing. Property for sale. .Keasen: Leaving the province. Two-lots upon Front St, 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.mqnth, interest 6 per cent. Cottage (my own residence) fifty feet front; 11 apple 1 tree; .1. 1 grape vine; all bearing; abo.ut 40 different of roses (all fancy) imported from Scotland and France: A genuine bargain. cash or 1-2 per-month Interest 6 per cent. One" two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple trees; i cherry--tree; all bearing; with furniture and all complete cash. (Jump quick here.) .Thre? business.lots, just 125 ft. from the best corner in town; perfectly level; some old" buildings thereon; 75 feet front. Price cash, balance per month; interest 6 per cent. One lot in best residence section, 5200 cash. 6 -lots, with two corners near Lake shore. Would make a fine place for a summer cottage. Unobstructed view ot lake and moun- tains. To give- away, for the 6 lots. 3 lots corner, about 150 yards from C. P. R. depot; one small cosy house.thereon; city water and electric light Dirt cheap cash. 81 acres of land, one'mile river front, with some buildings; 'within 100 feet of Poplar.Creek station, Lardo branch of C. P. R. Price J2.000. 1-3 cash; balaa.ce 6 and 12 months, interest 6 p.c. And several other lots, all tor sale cheap. Apply to the owner, p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. a landed at the clubhouse to having lunch-eon there. He "an- nounced he would fly back, to the avi ation field -during the afternoon. h Inspired the Christian. Science move preparatory WILL PRIEST'S VOW OF POVERTY STAND? St. Louis, Mo., Dec. ques- tion "whether a Roman Catholic priest's vow of poverty has a legal natural. outlet for our surplus meat thcss- of mutton also in to publish a'and lamb, is to 'be found across the articles on commission j sea> -w-iiere the producing power of government. the'land is unable to yield sufficient The Monitor is the newspaper pi h necessities of -the crowded Christian Science movement, but is i i, j also one of the best edited, most Populations of long inhabited thoughtful journals published in the east. tries. Great Britain has hitherto ab- sorbed all the surplus of ,the world's ia to a- After reviewing the history of com- meat supply, but it seems probable mission government the article says: 'that she is shortly to have competit- "Under the Des Moines plan fivejors in the market for foreign meats, commissioners are elected at- "large, j There movement in Austria, and court of appeal in St. Louis. .The] The mayor-president .receives j Germany which will" eventually result case is that wherein the Order.of annum and each commissioner Benedict is suing Albert Steinhauser, I 000. The duties of the respective oi- administrator of the estate of Augus-rfices require ail the time of the com- who until his death was' missioners. All elections are non- partisan. In the Des Moines plan is found commission government .in its completest state. .Here are. found the "initiative, referendum and. recall fea- ular. and bear royalties. After the terrors of politicians and death the probate court at Spring-i bosses. By means oi a petition of 1 field, Minn., ruled that a brother and! 25 per cent, of the children were h6irs to-the estate. tin Wirth, a monk of the order. Father Wirth was the author of ,_ twelve books, which are widely -pop- opeing up of these countries meat trade. A without doubt for all the mutton that Canada can producer The breeders of pure bred sheep, therefore; if our argument holds, would do well to direct their best en- ergies to the development of the sheep in our own country. As a and appointed Steinhauser as admin- istrator. NO SCORE IN RUGBY GAME B.C. Victoria, Dec. score was. made by either side in the rugby foot-i After commenting favorably on the. ball game here yesterday i matters of -salaries, publicity features University of California and Victoria.'and organization of cities undrr the The game was first of a series of 3 I he Keitli Cup and the .champion- ship of the Pacific Coast. The ground was very muddy and the play was without "spectacular features. Both sides complained of roughness, but there were no casualties. The second game is on Thursday and the1 final next Monday. comm s- must stand for reection at once Thus, if it be "-the wish of the raatter of fact- a demana voters, the commissioner can be is the safest market in the long run. thrown from office, but if it be only A material increase in tlie sheep the agitation of extremists the com- population of the country would missioner will be re-elected. This re- create a thoroughly healthy home mar call is a popular feature in the Des for breeding -sheep and one Moines RENFREW FIREMEN ARE CHARITABLE much to be desired, The opport'tmi- ties in this direction may well bej worthy of somewhat careful consider-1 commission system, the Monitor says: ation- x "Kas the commission system been. It is fortunate that, at this time1 successful where tried? Has it ever the Federal government is interesting To these questions itself. in the sheep industry of the proved a failure? let us point out the reasons causing jjc-imnion and is making- a thorough the wonderful growth of the new sys- }nrestigation, with.-a'. view to "the a- jetton later of a policy which may to all informa- f to its general, encouragement and tion obtainable has never been a fail- development There is reason to oe- ;lieve that sheep raising in Canada "It is successful because it centers may at no distant date a responsibility which was lacking in-decidedly profitable industry, and the Renfrew, Dec. a meeting of the old svstem, with its large number Minister of Agriculture has underta- the firemen, it was decided to donate! 9f councilmen. One member could eas a measure which may expect to the entire 5250 received by the chief shift the responsibility upon an- bg prcductive of mucb good res-alts. and the brigade for their services J? T--e. "his We learn that the members of ia- during the year, to the Children's Aid dena-traent and can not shift .Testigatlng commission, having com- society. respensibility-whatever." jpleted their researches in the United r -f The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave- and 7th St. Phone 344 lots on Ernest St. price only balance' 6 and 12 mos. the terms. each buys 3' easy terms! each buys two lots Bruce St. each buvs four lots, Cutbill St., close in. buys 75 x 85 corner Cutbill and London Hoad. buys 2 lots on Coutts near. .Red-, path. buys a -lot on Bedpath. close in. Six spur track lots, each. Houses for .sale in all parts of city. Selling agents for G. iC bet Winnipeg, and Edmonton. Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. Agents Wanted Selling agents for the G. T. R town sites between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. Iff i Here is a Good HOME- Corner of Court- land and Ernest St.'. On water and sew-- er. Lots 29. and..30. BLk. 121. .-r SI 450 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and '8 inoaiths, at 8 per cent.' in 310 7th SPECIAL on Ashmead street, only easy terms. 2 corner lots i.3i Block 122, price Terms, G. A. Peat Co. General Insurance Heal Estate d Block P.ione W Kingdom, are to spend the next few months in studying conditions in the: Dominion, and are r.ow engaged in interviewing a" number of prominent sheep breeders of Ontario. We are uopcful that they may meet with the lull co-operation of sheep raisers and Tarzners generally in the prosecution ol their work. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City insurance, T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Jjia.iiiunu ;