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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jan. TTTF; E DAILY I Page 3, The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as much as you like. You..will fail to find anything that' offers, everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT. Oome in and talk it ReprtMntlng: North Lift Co., London Guarantee and AccldftM Cm Photnlx Assurance Co., Ltd., of London. Edmonton, LETHBRJDGE, High Wanton, AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lota west side Block 128, close to Courtland St each! Easy terms. 6 loti west side Block 129 runnitig south from lane; only each; 1-3 cash; 4 and 8 mot. R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott Block BANK'S FAILURE TROUBLES CHURCH LUMBER, COAL, The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LOANS LETHiRIDGE HOUSES TO RENT From Per A GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN 7 roomed fuliy modern up to date houso on fcruntoa St.. only. J3.300 if taken at once. 603 Ave. Phone 597 Question o f Returning Money Contributed by Manager Travers Toronto, Jan, is not very often .that a church finds itself in a bank failure, but that is the unfortun- ate position in which St. Augustine's Church is placed. The connection is, in a way, indirect and the amount is not large, hut it is nevertheless a rath c-r serious question that faces r.he men charged withHhe church's financ- es. W. R. Travers, general manager oi the Farmers Bank, attended the church for a number of years and was generous in his gilts towards its work, although he generally insisted ihat they should he anonymous A short time ago the question of a- clergy house came up ami Mr. Trav- I ers was one of the contributors to the special fund. When the general collection was completed he under- took to make up the amount v-hich was still lacking. It was iot, 'a-rgc, an amount which any man in, Mr. Travers': position might give attracting special attention. In view of the failure of the bank and the recent date of this gift, some people arc raising the question as to whether or not this money sho ild be returned. No action has taken by the financial committee nor has the matter cveir'becn discusser. Cne thc conurbation Lines Along Which Con- ference at Washington Is Moving FRANK AND BLAIRMGRE ELECTIONS Gresham, 15, for tlie first three being elected. year F THESE PROPKTffiS are not sold by February 15th, I will then arrange to rent and lease them for a number of years, so that this opportunity to pick up cheap- yes, dirt cheapr-property in will be lost for the present Two lots upon Front St, with two ttbrey building on one of the lots; 9 rooms upstairs; downstairs used- lor moving picture theatre; best brick front in town. Price cash; .balance J25.00 per month, interest 6 cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple trees; l plum; 1 cherry, tree; all bearing; with furniture and all complete JSOO cash. (Jump quick here.) One lot in best residence section, 1200 cash. 6 lots with two corners near Lake shore. Would make a fine .place for a summer cottage. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tains. To give away. tor the G 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 I-3 casb- balance one and two interest at G p.c. And several other lots, all ror sale cheap. Apply to the owner. P. MCGREGOR Frank, Alta., Jan. election for councillors for the village of Frank was held tonight. A large-number Toronto, Jan.! lO.-Dr. Lyman Ah- of ratepayers, cast their votes in spite hott, editor of the Outlook. 'New the -inclement weather. J. rl. Farm York, arrived in Toronto this morn- er was returning officer, and the poll ing. On reciprocity between the. remained opeu till -ten .p.m.. The re- United States and Canada, he said, suits were: C. Tompkins, 55; Harvey "Personally. I am very strongly ia Murphy, 52; Jacob Wheeler, 47; J. favor of establishing reciprocity rela- tions with Canada. In fact. I favor such relations between the United States and the countries of Europe. I j ,At Blairmore think we are strong enough for such Alta., Jan. result o. free trade. poll at-Blairmore vyas declared at "Hut supposing we succeed in os-'ll o'clock last night, add was as fol- tahlishing reciprocal relations wilh lows: B; Lyons, 36; Tom Fray er, Canada.-what protection will we have- 32; Louis Dutil, 20; A. MacLeod, 24; against foreign goods coming into the j. A. McDoiiald, "iS; -J." Green, 19; United States- through Canadian ports.'-' was a question asked by Ur. Abbott.' A special, from Washington to the Telegram today savs: Despite the crypuc silence isiaintained by the Can- adian and -United States delegates to the reciprocity conference the linos upon which they are working are ilatlv hecoming more closely defined. The new tariff arrangements, if it is reach ed. will begin where the Payne-Ald- rich tariff left oil. The Payne-Aid- rich tariff aimed at duiies on stufls.V Originally it aimed 'at lower duties on lumber and.coal. Thw first plan of revision downward did not survive the tender mercies of the, to he Lots, each; 1-3, 6 and 12. Lots, Block L., London ?3.00 and J375 each; 1-3, 4 aad minster Road, and f 500 Lots, Ernest St., and aach; 1-3, 6 and 12, Cor. Barllett and Courtland (74 i 114 ft.) Good R1PLEY Sc CO. OFFICE. MACOONALO 1LOCK. L. .S. f HONE 1034 Frank Greco, 3, the first three being eiecteQ- v'j- FOR RENT .We have for rent, a beautiful cottage at 269 Eriihton street, one of the most beautiful'places in the city, at the low lent of per month. JOHNSON LANFB CO. Johnson Block 323 STREET WAS BANQUETTEI) man connected with _ ......______ __ _.........______ pointed out this morning that, set United States senate" They legal questions would be 'l_nc rcvived if possible in the couvc being ha'mniercd .out bv Messrs. [committee, he said, might le'red to he in the position of trustees and the legality of its action in re- turning trust money might be ques- tioned. Also if the money is returned tb: clergy'house scheme. tniRht be blocked altogether and other contributors would want their money back. Macleod, Jan. Rhodes- an- nounces that: he will have the Depot restaurant, was burned to the ground last' August, open and ready for business rnext Thursday morning. The new building is somewhat larger and more conveniently laid out' than 3 lots iii BIk. 150 on water and light, ea. 1-3 4 iind 8'montlis. ba Westminster Boad, 14 x- 44, pe.r month. NORTH LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. PHONE 5M -JM now Fielding, "Taft, Fatcrson, Ivnox anil .the former one. the others at the States' capital; I J.. stenographer and book- result-will berrif-the-.present negotia- keeper in the-law office of McKenzie tions are successful, a reciprocal agree jacksou, here, has accepted a posi- ment covering coal, farm implements I ttoh-fo rne- c -p K colonization de- anrt Canadian farmV products. 1 he ipartment at strathraore, aud will leave United States' oner-ot. reciprocity f1" r.4 u i'r farm implements is wile-lor Strathmore shortly.- [has been rcpos'ngeundiscpvered for a Soap Co., Ltd., ot Mac- r'year in the Payne-'AldrichHarift which for the past year has been some of the finest j soaps iuTihe country, was completely re-organized at a meeting of the share- AGE PENSIONS AND REST DAY ARE PROPOSED IN PORTUGAL same ofier nearly applied to c-oal .manufacturing ______ i'and niayj vet he made to apply. .1 Minister of Interior at Lisbon-Decides 1 holders .of the company held here ITTCT17D FDTCU ceutly. R. G. MacDoanell; of the Mnc- ULMiin of1 Upon a Comprehensive Scheme Social Reform. Lisbon, Jan. minister of the interior has decided to put into operation a comprehensive social re- form scheme. The measures include a.weekly rest day, old age pensions; public aid and the protection of a large maternity aim childhood, the creation' of a- number of primary schools with the free distrbution of food, clothing and books to needy churches, and the development of higher education, es- pecially medicine, with the establish- ment of a faculty of medicine at Lis- bon. nun i 10 Lots 1-2, block from Westminster Ed. and 1-2 block from Queen Victoria Park, S310 each. 1-2 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months, at 8 per cent, W. R. Dobbin 310 7th St South BANK OF COMMERCE STOCK Toronto, Jan. the annual meeting of the Canadian Bank of Com- merce, general manager Laird made the expected announcement placing Uie stock on a ten per cent basis. T. N. CHRISTJE 4. CO. Estate and Financial Agents Diamond Citj Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary PuMJc, I Li, WANTED TICKET }N TWO LANGUAGES Good Solid Quebec, .Jan. first conflict respecting tlm Lavcrgnc law, passed at thc last session, occurred on Sat- urday last, and as a result action for damages -will be instituted by Mr. Trudel, of St. Roch, against the Quebec and Lake St. -John Rail- way Company, and a-gainst Conductor Richard. Mr. Trudel resides at Charlesburg, but comes to town every day, and ro j Saturday morning he asked'the rail-J agent at Charlesburg for a tick-j et printed in both languages. As tbece. i were no such tickets to be secured.! Mr. Trndcl refused to purchase any other, and got on .board thc train. When Conductor Rithard came alons, Tmdel informed that he had no ticket and the conductor offered tn sell him ono, but cd in French, he As a resuit he train at Limoilou walk inlo the citj scl instructions against the co it was not print- sed to accept it. ordered off JitatiOTi and had tn id eavr. his coun- issue action and conductor. lots next Conservatory Mu- sic lane. lots Ban- Lett street, lots in BIk. 127. facing north. lots, Ar- Ave.. next to lane near .West- minster. S600 lots Ernest and Lon- don. 8625 lots Ernest street. S2500 G roomed modern house and barn. Arsyle Ave., 6450 cash; terms suitable. The Dcwsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Ccqtt Fire Ins. Co. Alliance Fire Insurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. Townsites Belfast, Jan. That there Irishmen in Ulster and otlmr counties in the north of Ireland who resist Home Rule by force of arms is the assertion today oi the. "Belfast Nev.-s." The paper savs that, inasmuch as it is now almost certain that the Home Rule program is to hfi put through, the pri-ini rat ions for ac- tive resistance co on apace There arc oHJIO'J havp signed thc rolls to opcose Home Rule, and rnost oi tlR'SP are now actively driil- to the U is planned, in .vldition to organixin? rcsrimmts oi infantry, to foim sever- al brigndcs of cavalry. rind mounts for these arc now being purchased. leod Milling Co. has been elected as president, iu place of W. G. Steadman. JP. Kortwright becomes secretary, ami i Herbert Joyce remains managing dir- The new managements prom- ises to run the concern oa a strictly business basis. ara i THE LETHBWDGE UND AND COAL CO. FOR "A FEW SNAPS Corne-of London and Athole Street, 51-1-2x120, Lot oa GlynJ Street, j 3 Spur Track.Lots.in a snap. Lots in Blocks 125, 126, 127, 12S, "at easy 'pricec. roomed fully modern house fire place on handles. S roor.ied fully modern house Street, a bargain. TJ TRAINS STA! fli George Skelding, who was reported to have resigned from the council at the last meeting of that body, with- drew his resignation, and still re- mains a councillor. The Maclecd Board of Trade will i hold a banquet in the Savoy Cafe in j the near future for the purpose of) bringing all of the members together- tc discuss some very, important busi- ness which the board have on hand. i The banijtiet at thc Savoy on Sat-' urday night given in honor of Judge. Carpenter, who will soon be leaving: Macleod. was a very successful af- fair. About thirty-five friends were present, and an orchestra was hired from Lcthbrulee by Proprietor Fair- woa'hcr for this event. .Miss Georgie Bccher left Macleod this morning for Calgary, where she will attend the St. Hilda's Ladies' Col- on lO.-Thr great SI-VM- The Macleod Caledonian association j intend celebrating Robert Burns' night January 25, by holding the Ruth-' Brandon. -Ian lO.-Thr great sever-1 ven.MacDonaId concert in the Town i ity of Mondays storm is apparemlv! j. j urabated The Saskatchewan express j on the Canadian Northern, which hit! Messrs. Rmgland Bros, are holding; on Monday, at 10.-IfJ. grand carnival next Monday night. r.ol vet arrived here flic train is Arrangements -have been made wi.hj slallcd about thirty miles fast- of Macleod Brass Band to supply the! Ijrar.tion and ihe oflicials licrc arc rot "music, and a good prize list has been yet in a position lo say when up, which should go to make express ran be moved out oi thc snow ,hjs a yery event. drift in which it is buried. A snow plow Ht in-iv early this morning to clear the 'racks, hut the drifts are errat thai very little, process been made, and it is impossible euess when the plough will roach thc. j stalled train The C.N'.K. Rrandon-j Winnipeg appears to be in a' ronrtiiior. as a result of the than ,iny other line in this (crrirory There are snow drifts at many plarr.s as hiph as thc tra'r.. 'r-ii'1 earned n iarcc num ber of nnd is standing ir. a district hr irotn any :OV.T, or village. the ofTifiiiis ?av the train has pro-. visions will bf ample for thn passengers until thc train reachesj here. 8-70 Acres of splendid Kootenay fruit land, five (5) miles from four (4) roomed frame house, two (2) chicken houses 12x26, four (4) acres cleared mostly in clover, lots of water, 100 trees-.. Price cash, balance per month or any reasonable terms HOPKINS CO. NELSON. B. C. has STORM IN We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains m section tracts. o. w. KERR co. 0, T. Lathrop, Pes. Manager THE MOUNTAIN EARNINGS FOR FAMILY Fnnk, .Tan. Emmerson, su- perintend en t of C.C.C. r. Mines, bas rosisncd and is leaving for an-extend- visit lc his home in the North of England. Shono of Co'eman. will bo Mr. fon's surcessor. reflected gro.at credii on all engaged. [Stay here as teller of the Union Banfc. The judges A. I. W G Me- Harvey Murphy. were r.op by the following: G -ulemen's Claire Patmore; la-l'.es', Misi I .fire Plais. Comic, J. 13oy.s' J. X'alvclnisan, girls', Jliss Bor- rows Special mention b due Mrs. Miss R. McN'eill And Misrs Mr. Millard, of Clareaholm, will ceed Mr. Lewis here. CONSJDERING PROTESTS OF THE FLYING MEN Paris. Jan. International Aeronautical Federation, which met here today, decided it had no auth- jority to consider the of the Frank is Er.ov.-.boMnn in the grip of for iheir excellent, costumes. Tlio the biggest snow storm in years. races were -won as follows: Trair.p have been sadly delayed. Thoilst, Edcar Thomas; 2nd, Ernest felais. I wether and the dee? snow make busi-'lSrd, Robert. Wilcox. 1st. of tne Intera5tlonal Balloon Prisoner jncss rather slow shese Burrows; 2r.d, Audrey Makolmson. lroph-v to tbc Amerlcans- R- for The new roadwny beinff constructed A large crowd of the people of Frank and Augustus Post, on the by the CPR. over th'-ir track at. the i attended the hockey match a: Blair- 5ronnd that the Protest was !New Conditions Imposed en Sentencsc! at Montreal j Non-Sypport i [Fmelter is fast ncnring completion. I Montreal. virtue of an'This road is being to relieve tbc 'air.eTidrnon; pnsscd vit tne test on the main crossing tho Legislature, Recorder Weir this ;rhe strttion. It -will be a boon alike 'morning in sentencing Robert Elforfl [of Coursol street to six months in jail '.for directed that Ur Tr.onev he mr.v cavn as a prisoner cannvsl was on ibe nnk ho reniittori to his family. This is A larsc of peoole first application .the new law. present -r.J the codiuiaes ar.rl [to foot paf.sfingers and rips Lnst Friday evening a grand masque- 'morriartsVturd'areVnVsgand'belped! The Fedcraticn declared that the to uphold the reputation of FranU should hs Hrat with an admirer of clean ?port. Thc victory cave great saiisfr.ction to all our riti- zens. J. F. Lewis is leaving for Madeod, bnvinc been transferred to Uniqn tne sporting commission of the Am- erican Aero club. The protest of Graham-White against the award of the Sratue of Liberty prize to Mois- sam was discussed during the fore- Bank there. Mr. IO.IVGS many noon, but action until friends in Frank, secured during his'the aftemooa sessior- ;