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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Xovcjnbcr 1012 TiTE LET DAILY HERALD To the Home Seeker Wo have just completed a fully modern six roomed cottage on' JUlh St. A. North, and invite anyone wishing to secure u eonifortable- well built homo to como and Inspect our work and tho exceptionally commodious layout 01' tho building. Wo guarantee! both material and work to lie Hrst-class and all ask over the price of same Is a decent wage. Our price giiou cash, balance. to suit, Harleman and Shand Carpenters on the Building After 6 p.m. call at 1818 Sixth Avenue A. North _ ___ IJAI llKKAjjl) _ Furm' Lands O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms This is Your Opportunity Lots in Block 2, SiiunysUfc at each' Lots in Block 58, Momiug'side at each A. V. GIBBONS Phone 1-125 Room D, Balmoral BJock Fire Insurance Money to Loan HOMES CHEAP S room, 'I storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, near Galbraith Svu.OO cash, 525.00 monthly. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot half block from car line, cash, balance iu'flve years. The C. B. Bowman Agency _ i" A nr B i BLOCK. 2 lo.ts facing' east on I Itli Si.. cr tuid dose I'o ear line_nt terms. A fully iriodorn 7 room house on 28 ft. lot cor. 9lh Ave. St., ft Imndles. R. V. Gibbons Co. Farm Lands Half-Section, 10 miles noithcnst of Stirling. Special price of per per acre cash, balance over ciellt years at six per cent.- H- sections of land in the Lethbridge.- district, rhe best of buildings; good fences and all fully Irani-overt Price per acre; special terms given. HalfSection' S miles west of Lethbridge, good biilldin-s and fences; all uniei-nultivatlon. Price per acre, on Our Listing of Farm Lands.and City Property is Most Complete. Alberta Loan and Investment Company, Limited OFFICE 416 5th St., South. Two lots on corner Vtb Avenue and isili St., would sell for SMSO if taken at once. Cash ;or terms, or would exchange for Imr-ics na part payment. i Apply to Windsor Hotel CHAS. DOMBROSKI, OWNER I Want To Deal A Ritmlcy Oil-Pull. 15-30; jmietieally new. Olvo mo and plow 550 acres. Htubbio ground tills fall, or next spring or summer fallow next year. Plowing to be done aiol less than five inches deep. I have IL'OO acres to be plowed. HILLCREST A BUSY CENTRE Lots of Doings in the Busy Little Pass Mining Town Ilillcrc.sf, Alia., Nov. u. A new papcn' is Io bp published in Pass shortly, tin; first, Salurdar next. This Mr. i'has. lieavcr, (or whom it will he remembered a colleccum tak- en uu among the mimT.s of llillcrrst last month, has asked the representa- tive of the Daily Herald to convey for him his sincere thanks to all who were kind enough to help him along thi.s practical demonstra- tion of their sympathy for him in his present unfortunate situation. .Mr. Heaver mentioned that he- was appearing awan, Utat muny subscribed and TELLS OF WORK ASSOCIATED B. T. COMMISSIONER LEACH APPEARS BEFORE THE LOCAL BOARD OF TRADE Y ra as as that has been made to give the peo- soon as the Hillcrest rb.k is a tllcir "k'lel1 ifc is He wil I l M II he w'orthy o.f the ,-up- tllc look, port o, nil havmg interests ,in this am, keeping it in shape. Part 01 the Pass. The paper will be HUT Mr Mart- 'aylor has announced his tention of giving a grand ilance the Union hall at Ilillcrest on 18th inst I-.41.U [lit, I .1.10. I in; Will 111 published at Blairmore by Mr. Hart- lett thc proprietor ol the Dlairmort Enterprise and tlie liclleviic Tinws. Miss Patterson, the Blairmore can- didale for the Herald prize, is icr- been held in Hillcrest lor some eon- will be a member of southern Alberta Associated Hoard "I Trade next year. At the inectln, ol the Hoard of Trade council las "'gut, nr. Leech of Taber addresBc; the hoard on tho work which hai been by the organization since Us Inception, and Coramlsslonei I-eacli save a detailed account of the undertaken 'and car- it: rlecl to a- succesfsnl issue. The re- ports were pleasing and as a result in- Joh" Uorno and G. li. Tinning I seconded the motion that the..Leth- the! board affiliate wiih the cen- that out in j iainly a very energetic lady. From practically all thc towns within ten is 1 miles of Illairmore have been -eceived notices of her visits and we l.rc L e a invitation has pleased to be able to include Hill-.'r-sl the dancing popula- I among (he number. As no one'Horn Fralilt and liurmis. Ilillcrest has so far entered the com- lllc past Vr; Tll5'lor lias "ia'le a petition we hope that all in this town ge all.danc.es that hc will render her all the assistance Dos- bee" "'itli and taking sible by subscribing Or icnewin" rub- consideration thc lact that the scriptions (or the Herald or reicrrinfr ,or, ot thc ha" is admittedly her to their friends wlio may he in- "est for nnles he expects duced to join thc large number oi evcnt to put all his pre- Hcrald readers in this part oi the, efforts Ulc sllade- Pass. Chas. P. Hill, alter whom llilk'icst Messrs. Krayer and Sinclair, the is named, paid a flying visit to this well known builders of Hlairmore, are 'own last -went. Although he was at present busy fixing the Union ho- In town for a few hours hc cx- s on e wi e the Monday after pay-day. tral orsanlzatlon for next year is tho first, (iance that has! llls report of tho work don the year Commissioner Leach gave a resume of the actual accom- plishments of the board along with tcl here into shape for winter, having received the outlook for the future. Most of these matters have been dealt with at length In the press as they came up from time to time, and a JB only ne, ceasary to mention them. The Asso- ciate Uoarils has during the first yea of Its existence had in hand sue matters as the Canadian 'Nationa Highway) the industrial disputes con mission, better railway facilities fo Southern Alberta, equitable frcigh rates, hall insurance, getting togethe a 'bureau of information regardin Southern Alberta, car shortage, ma: inoitcd'. enough oMils 0U time High Com missioner's office in London EIIK tl contract let the residents see that In what all Hillcrest people claim for, Mr. Walter MacLcon, who accom- tlic best hostelry in the Crows panied Mr. Hill to Hillcrest sprnt Pass. several days in town. .Mr. llacl.ran NIC bridge between Hillcrest and owns several valuable houses in liill- Bcllevuc, to which attention has be- crest and spent the greater part oi fore been drawn in the columns of the time looking these over the Herald, is at the present time in ,.v i i the heart of business district of n cash, balance to stilt purchaser. LETKBRIDGE UNION REALTY CO., LTD. away comnlctcly, there being nothing bri ge t ha to prevent from falliag over into en the, river Hindi runs vcrv swiftlv at a this point. About the middle of the Pa" l -K a reels arc not remedied in er minor matters have also beei handled with more'or less success. Regarding the establishment of an industrial disputes commission the commissioner stated that ho had not long since received a letter from the of Labor stating that he had the. matter In hand, am; that it was iinito possible that legislation along the lines suggested by the Associate Boards would ha introduced at the next session. This is a. nhitter which ,llas boo" advocated impartially by the Co-oper- many prominent men i-n Southern Al. ling to take ''ortn from time to time. Crows Nest! In many of the other matters men- liont'd tho commissioner showed the effect of co-operation among the vari- ous boards, monticning In particular hail insurance and mail service. As regards the car shortage they found borhood ihis summer, should sec thai the structure is at least tempor- arily fixed up until spring, -when a new bridge should he put in to re- place this picturesque and dangerous relic of Mm pioneer days of Hillcrest. A large miiulirrof wen Republic Six-Cylinder 1913 MODEL Electric self-cranking, Electric lighting Six-cylinder T-head motor, Four-ipeed, transmission; Long wheel base, 133 ins.; Hess bright bearings, Chrome- vanadium Full-floating rear Deep upholstering. 1 Local Dealer Wanted Spline, DISEASE CARRIED BYJWGERNAILS MEDICAL AUTHORITIES FRANCE URGE :CLOSE TRIMMING The fact that Mr .Sdmirr is well known, liked and re- spected in ami around Frank will en- sure the socictv a large number ot customers from tin- start, and as the business of J. Demousticz forms the number of llillcrcst people lum.tj me to" lilairmorr on the last three 'S of ll'cir stock it js more days of last week I o sec the ulavs be- Probable that the store's old staged there, For a change no- custoiliers body regretted going, for. the "troupe were well worth seeing, the Hungar- ian band in very good. The much al last in ihe course of erection, the contract: for the complete job particular bei willing to give completed customers their patronage. The new- bank has beet at iiollcvuc and the l.-nion Hank ot Canada is ready to move into its talked oi Hillcrest rink Iltnv and permanent home. It wil! IK remembered that this branch- was "'Wed from Frank last spring immc- h.ivmc-been awarded In Mr. .1. Will- diately after the publication "of the Thc diiesllon of a land titles' olllcc ler, of Frnnk and Ilcllcvue. Mr. roi'ort on the ilangeroiis condition of Whilier has a good name in the Pass Turtle Mountain and as no other ac- commodatibn was available the bank- ing transactions of Hellevuc have, been carried on at the Crows .N'cst, Pass Hardware Co.'s More. Win. Hutchison, (or several years the engineer ami Hiint-vor of thellill- learn to skate in Hillerest, Helle- crest Coal Coke companv has-been lilirin.t- .HM a utui a builder and the rink committee, were Inckv in getting him to build their rink. It. is expected that this rink-will be ready for skating on the coming pay-day, .Saturday the Kith ami all who can skate or wish Io vne. Hurmi.s and Pas-simrg arc advis- spending cd to get their skates into working brother. few days here' with lie left Ilillercst: for The amended gary last Taesday and is expecting for Southern Alberta was one in which the organization is much -in- terested, but thia will be discussed further at the annual meeting at Mac- leod when a very strong plan of cam- paign ivill be mapped out to be enforc- ed during the coming session of the legislature. The various boards af- filiated he found also had different opinions refiardiiig the parcel pos and action along that line will be lef to thc annual meeting. Dr. Leech, the president of the or yinizalion, thanked 'Lethbridt'e heart ily for its aid ilurtng thc Lelhbridgc Is due In a great measure the success of the organization o'wing to tho linanclal support of this city and he was glad of their decision to come in for another year. Me urged them to send as strong a delegation to tbe annual meeting at. .Alaclcod when tho work for 1DK; will bo map- ped out. Letters were rend at the niectins from George Harconrt, deputy niinis- I-er of agriculture, dealing with the noxious w-eed and it iH 3iiiR to note that through his in- ico and tho pressure brought :.o by (he Hoard of Trnda thc wecdn on public highways cast of Ulc city Fruit Rancfi for a Home order (or that date. measurements ,-inlt arc as foi- to spend the winter i'n Kirgland Mr' lows: over all tile rink will be cigh- is interested in some very by one hundred and sixty valuable coal properlir.s- themaiin led with :in ice sm-faee ol se.venly- line, situated thirlv miles south I ,t by one hundred and sixty of Mnnlt, ami sinrc his con- lect. A shanty will hc placed within ncctions witli the above meiitiiii e 11 c'lsl ol cit I'lii' walls ai (he south-west corner company early la.st has sue.' t of ''-v lllc lim measiiring practically all his hme "nro-ine'cl i aKO lmvc destroyed. and in the. hopes of securing larsc at- his claims. He 'some of Com- tendances at the hockey games and pics of coal from the'.lilicrcnt also wrote Ihn boanl. compli carnivals the have provid- which nlimbrr ihirlci-i in -ill cd a space eight leet by one hundred from the appearance ihis coal Vnd 'wentv leef for spectators. Thi, ash tests rough marie "t the Pass Ilillcrest, hc has aimni ihe pro- position in UK- ,-oal line in Western Canada. On account the difficulty experi- enced in of the 'debentures or Hciieviie sciloi.l, wi.rk has not! yet beer, starled on I he nciv Paris, Nov. short linger nail crusade is one of thc results ot re- cent revelations as to thc French na- .ion's laxity in all matters connected nth hygiene. The movement has been brought iliout by a scries oi analysis matlc >y two well known medical authori- -ics, Drs. A. Sarl-ori and Marc Uing- ois, of the organic matter stored un- Icr the nails ol the average persor vlio deals with raw or cooked food. Dangerous Germs Kind Home Micrococcus radiatus, streptococcus, nlcrococcus, and a prodigious num- .er ot eggs of tacnia wore lonncl to e the common inhabitants of the ngcr ends of general servants, gro- ers' assistants, and others who had o handle food. in fact, all the microbes which are sually found in the air find their in larger or smaller quantities idcr the nails, say these antliori- es, an'd it is in the interest of tllc ulilic health that all persons, and es- ccially those connected in any way food supply, should keep their nails not only perfectly clean, but extremely short. Lesson for Employers it is added, "'a customer has refused a lew limes the dishes in- to which the black nails of a waiter liavo been plunged and when another threatens to change his provision dealer if he continues to send him goods by employees with dubious j hands, employers will exact strict cleanliness of the hands and nails from all those under them, ami hy- gieuc will have gained a step. "Thc necessity Of cutting short the JOBS WAITING AT EDMONTON Edmonton, T. Balnes, head of the municipal infor- mation bureau, announced today that :iOO Inborers'-are'required in the vari- ous civic departments and that, as many more men. could find employ- ment with private contractors. The railroads also need huntlredV of men. The city's wage scale is-30 cents an hour for nine lours and 45 cents an hour for overtime. There is no Sun- day work. Contractors aro offering high as 4ft cents an hour for nine, lours anil CO cents an hour foi oiei- Ime. Every laboring ma-n in Edinou- on is enftloyed. Bricklayers, carpen- crs, electricians and other skilled., workmen also are in demand. The scale for the first named is 75 cents in hour. 11 r. Bailies says there ara no vacancies in clerical positions, ill fact, there are 72 persons on the wait- ing list. nails of young children .who arc tllc habit of putting into the mouth Own a Home The solid brick, fully modern, six room cot- tage, So'. 12tkSt, S., is for sale and no reasonable offer Avill be refused. The has 50 feet frontage and faces east. For particulars etc., write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawer L Lctiibridgc, Alberta hands objects is also insisted on. touched the dirties TITLES FOR SALE IN BERLIN; PRICE AND UPWARDS Police Head Gives Testimony Show- ing Up Traffic in Distinctions will be. (lie largest rink when complcled. nierce wrote 11 menting iln; and the peo- ple ot' for I In fhc recent Dry Panning Congress. The letter will suitably acknowledged. THOMAS F. RYAN AIDS CHURCH N'.-w York, Nov. school' church .jdlijce of St. anywhere. Four acres cleared and planted in best int supply of water all the ycar watcr d quickly and offers it for caab; balance -ould be worth the prico asked. a rarc opportunky. us at Good close in property .scarce, Westerri Canada Investment Co AM) C., '.'nil on or nddross Hairy E. A 0. fiox AIlii IKIDI ciniiuii oi HI. .man Ha [HI st o el for' i lms liccn( now Hearing cnmplelion in Ihis city, at Mr. cosl of SI.UIM.Ilim u tl.n ,.lf. ,.r contract tori F. Ryan tin. Fathers of'thc Blessed Berlin, Nov. there is a- per- son In llorlin who is acting as the icdiiim for those who are willing to .ay 55.000 and upwards for obtaining for them certain German ami papal lilies, orders and decorations, was thc sworn testimony given Ihis week by Criminal Commissioner lyrugor, of Berlin, and others. Isidor Fuss, a former lawyer was charged with fraudulently claiming to have tho ability to procure such ills- Unctions. Among th0 examples wl wore Ihe order of the Holy Sep.I, ulclirc, carrying the title of ba-rou, for! and a title of nobility In one of the small German states for Commissioner Krnger stated that he was regretfully compelled in sub stailliato the Blory df" the titles. In his evidence he stated that It was a lamentable fuel that consid- UNPRECEDENTED OFFER 16 Lots In North Lethbridge, centrally located 531-50. No cash required. Bankable note uccept- Cd' J. R. REVILL Itooui I, Klrkhain. Block. 1'hones fois. work and will Mart building j the as sram as Hip lu'ccssary sale of debentures is closed. i Ilillcrest experienced heavy full of snow the latter part of hst wwk bill- under the of the sun II hail practically all iionc wheii: a severe snow storm Urinl' earlh again lodny. Tllc presenl (all does1 nnl. look aK though will last, anv longer than the former one, and as' we are not ready for winter vet liic'1 residents of Ilillcrcsl im- praying for a little more warm tl'f rink is in good shape. Then we a a Sacranicnl. This announcement was mado today by Father Letollior. super ior of tlie order. persons who look II foi ation in seeking decorations. in Berlin bj Iheir inform- Will pa.v all cash Fail-view, Kuniiyvmle o bo real bnrKiiin WANTED for imlr of lots (not Ics.s than .in feet) In Itosc.lale or similar value properly. AIusl. ADDRESS BOX R HERALD Two 50-l'wot-Lol.s Torrniict' AVPIUIO 5forl.li Lothbricl Each Terms HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN Reward offered for informa- lion leading to tho conviction of parties destroying our sign: The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. ;