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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Noveiriber THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PageJI We have several good propositions m farm lands which are worthy of your consideration. Gome in and let us tell you about them. We are exclusive agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment in Lethbridge to-day. HERE i8 A BUY WORTH CONSIDERING ijjgVJILDING LOT ON GLYN'STREET. -Close- in. feet. C1 JOrt ONE THIRD trrang- ed to suit. F. C Lowes Co. Rtprtuntlng: North American Lift Awurancc Co., London Gutrantce and Accident Co., Phoenix Co., Ltd., of London. Edmonton, River, SPECIALS 4 lotis, Block 1. North Ward, on water, one-quarter cash; balance three, six, nine and twelve months; 2. lots', Block 148, North Ward, each, one-third cash; bal- ance six and twelve months. -I Jots; Block on water and sewer, each; one-third cash, balance, six, and tvrelve rcontus. 3 lots. on .Glyn -Street Courtland) each; one-third cash, balance four anfl eight months. 3 lets, Block 23, facing east, near McDuff street, ?3S5 each; one-third cash; balance four and eight months. 7 roomed' fully modern house, good location, cash, balance in. monthly payments. .if. R, V. GIBBONS CO. Ott Block T. N. CHRICTIE CO. Esta.te and Brokert. Agents Diamond Townsite. InsTiranci', Loans t. N. Chhiititf, Notary Public, biauiohu City The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate, Loans and In- surance A. M. Dbwsley J- B. Mulhern Phone 544: buys .fully modern 6 room cottage on.Bnrdett St. electric 'lights, furnace, batb- water, etc. ?500 cash bandies; balance by the montn- for swell Souse on Lon- don Road; one of the finest residences in city, fully modern throughout. See this one before buying. bandies. each buys 4 lots in Blk. 12S. Easy terms. Here is a chance "to make per lot in two or.three months. Good reason for selling. buys a .lot and sliack with, water conae'ctions, paying per year rent. Here is nearly, 20 per cent, on your money while you "wait for prices to, advance. SI 00 Handles. each, buys lots London Road. acres of fines! broken ir- rigated .land in Alberta, close to new park. Only pev acre. Agents for'The Alliance Fire Insurance Co. P. 0. Box Phone 1069 11520 ACRES Living water. Grass knee deep. Wheat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre ibis year in this Township. AVe are selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Look this up. FARM SECURITY CO. Whitney Blk. Lethbridge DUELIST ACQUITTED GROW APPLES at FRUITVALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and live In- comlort. You- can live in. an ideal climate, enjoy fine scenery j' hunting and fishing, and make more money on an ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUITVAL.E, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, GROW RICH. Others are doing not YOU. Splendid.climate, high and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRl) if VALE LIMITED, 23 Ward. St., Nelson. B. c. TACT IS TRYING TO PROMOTE HARMONY Republicans Must Unite To Meet Onslaught Of the Victorious Democrats-Situation in the Two Houses 320 Acres Cash East 3-2-Sec. 11, Twp. '3, Sange 14. per acre; 5-1 per acre cash, balance'to suit. Close to school house. Nine ruiies from town and elevator aiid fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round'street, 75 x cash, balance to suit. Good 'buys in Grassy Lake V.A" island residential lots, close to the hotel in both Ixenieniber you are btiyins direct from the owner. W. J. Wflliams John-Callan O'Laughlin, writing in th'c Chicago Tribune, tion of harmony among the Republi- cans elected to the next national sen- ate and-house, of representatives will be the aim.of President Taft immedi- ately upon his return from 'the Istii- mus.oi Panama. -..This condition: is absolutely essen- tial for the protection oi Republican interest's -during the last wo .years of. the present Republican adnranistca- and Io put the .party, in shape to wak-e a revalfight-in behalf of its- candidate for the presidency: and for the control of the senate and house in 1912. The demoralization in which the Re- publicans find themselves easily could continue and can be' checked only by. a strong hand: If not it the Democrats make no- grievous mis- takes, the latter wili have an e-xcel- chance of electing their choice to the presidency. oMa.min.S control of and" ot; .the house- The Republicans, regulars' and .progressives, have a majority of ten in. the senate, twelve, it the news the Montana legislature is Re- publican be confirmed. j The terms -of thirty-one senators-} will expire two years hence. Of these i txvelve. come from southern states, j will be replaced by Democrat. Nineteen., are Republicans and .liail from northern and western1 states. If the 'same proportion go _ down to defeat as in the election just past, the Democrats will gain control j of the upper house of congress by aj substantial majority. 'Consequences to Be Faced So much for. the" possible 'poliiical gressives, a politician, and he understands'-he will have no.sup- BREEZY BUDGET FROMCODTFS Coults, social event oi the .week in Coutts was tiie surprise party and. informal reception given by the and friends oi Episcopal .church to Rev. Mr. C. F. Johnson last night on the eve of his..departure from Coutts for Wliitefish, ..Montana. Over 50 peopl-e assembled in the International Cafe-dining room, at 8.30 o'clock. About 9 o'elcock the unsuspecting clergyman was; led in by friends, -who immediately informed him -that the affair was in his honor.' Games, were port tinlcss lie-, gives in return. He (played-arid prizes awarded until 10 probably will-not'seek to be minority knowing he cannot be. He shall. Have a "great deal of however, in determining who shall i hold" this office-: 'He- will oppose any out and out progressive, like 'Murdock or Madison of Kansas insist upon a com- promise. He' would be satisfied with Mann, or- .Olmstead of Pennsylvania1.' Neither of these meni, however, will; be "selected. The 'choice will rest o'clock ;when a- :delicate luncheon was served- by the- ladies of the church. A collection of: was taken up for the minister's benefit. A speech, .of. appreciation for the" good-will .shown was made by -'Mr. .Johnson, ;and an- other in" behalf 6f'..-tbs friends of the church by Mr.. Collins. The, -pleasant affair, broke up aihil'-'OO o'clock. .Five carloads outts a few days route "to .the. Chi- cago -market. Farrell and Dr. old-tiine stock-.; witptherpresidcntpwhoiJwiir be oHar-i of northern Montana ;and After-- greater value toVJiepublicans duringl Smith for rercsins be seen. o congress than. is..the United. .States .Immigration Tnspcc- case-.today.with the party in control i f'0c Ernest R'osis, who has'been serv- of all branches of-.the "government: i ing time in'the-Sweet G-rass office Had been Inspectors -Hart and Mr. Taft would'hav-3 elec- for the past two mo_nths re-" tion of Smith of as 'Cannon's turned .Monday to bis-family.in.North successor.', Whether he will want-'Jort, 'Washington. While here, Mr. won him many iriends, and they, were all delighted on the'eve-of-.'-His-'departure, to hear that -he -bad become, .the father of a fine baby during, his absence from home- L; Several, well known, ranchmen.., of j TVest Butic and; vicinity, .are 'in j Coutts this week on business. Among those registered 'at the Uncle Sam I were: C.. .B. Toole, j brother of ex-Governor Joseph K. Kuxlcrr son the-new K. i Of Mr. Toole, accompanied his jathen; J: A: Van. Buskirk is here again for the second time in the lasb few days; COLORED 1C. IN ONTARIO Toron list appears the name of Delos R. Javis, of Aniherstburg. Mr-. Day-is'is thought to.be the only Jas.-P. O'Laughlin .and .wife, also ot j colored K.C. in and is -easily West are visitors here. West j the'Booker. T. Washington, of. Essex. But tc .is something .like. 35 miles liicai He.is not the only' cqlorcd lawyer in south-east ot Sweet. Grass. Ontario, because his. son, F. H.- A. jiTS R w Cr grcss during 1 he next administration. Davis, is also, practising'law ini Am- daughter Ella t The .Republicans will, iaes the follow- herstburg. E __..___. -__ _ _ j_ i "1" _ y cqlprcd complexion of the president and con-Ontario, because his. son, F. ing consequences of Democratic, con- trol of the new house: Radical revision oi .the tariff, fram- ed-in such .fashion they will not be expected to swallow it, .and there- Crockfqrd and small are in G-rcat Falls. Dunham, of Sweet 'He, .Helps, is a fine' said a-! Grass, was taken ill Saturday, and Windsor K.C., to The Star today, j was immediately.sent to a Lethbridge- is of an opt-n hospital. It, is reported that an op- I bcliLTc. He supported Sir .John A. i cration may-be found necessary. Macaonald and Sir Oliver Mowat, 11 Tn. use election of November 8th, i tlUU '-'II- att trial thai ho was so drunk he did nod "ess and is likely to succeed. Tlie: seed grain fair and poultry i siiovr to be held on the 2SUi is attract- He .fared in the long- rui: thanjing the.attention ot farmers anti DOUI- any means stand fast, to a cause i certain to lose and contrarv to the kllow fle was entered: a plert of guilty, lovaliv Hi oi him anil ilirougll tile com- ot illc woman wltj, ,.hom l ir Conrad Kucziki. who killed the i Try fanciers lierc at present. Farmers who have 10 haul waier of His stat-c ami .te i also scntc7icecl to-day. of snow. SAFE INVESTMENTS One lot. f.-n Korn'.vin Sr.. on water, cash. Lots in Block L on London Road, each, good terms. Four gooi -cfs in Alexander Addition, eacb, good terms. 'Lots.32 and rj. corner ct William and Redpath streets; will be warehouse property and is a snap at on cood terms. L S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. Vvhal is iruo nf Smith is true likr- jWise of "-Mm" Mann, Of Chicago, and i otliers. At ihc same time, most of j these men a IT bitter and sore against progressives, holding them respon- sible for the disaster which has over- taken iiic party. Progressives Arc Satisfied Tne prozrpssiv.-s, having been so' vindicated, havo no cause for I irritation. It. will lake some time ior ihc standpatters to forget, but there is nothins like to I bring men to .T realization Of Hit- mca sures they must take for their own protection. CjriiioJ) may sore for months, lie never will feel kindly toward the pro-' THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE......... LOANS SHERLOCK 5UILDING--LETHBR1DGE- 2 lotb corner ot Ernnst. anrl London at ?oOO.OO eacb. G lots in Bloclc 26 Dui'f Add., close to new school at 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster for PLACE ORDERS NOW For your wants from the Nursery; Plant late 'y. in October and not next spring. v: 1 Be sure and include a few eight foot Bussian Poplar; in' your order for wind breaks, o .r Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large.Comet (Reel) Currant Champion.are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. Two years, per dozen and cypress Three per dozen v We prepay express We" guarantee our go o ds to ero We want to mail our price list We want to please you. i j v Place Orders Notb Nurseries Lake, B. C. SITE 2 lots on corner oi Ford and Bowman Sts, iw 2 iois on'cdrnSr and pal? Mots on- corner of Glyn and London t lots on London between -Crabb and Glyn tiadi. LINBSEY REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS P. O. Drawer 3091 PhonsiUSS X 370 acres, 5 miles from Claresnclrc, all -steam plow land, run- ning water all ?23 per acre handles it 270 acres 5 miles from city, irrigated. feiicecL weir improved; fall wheat. sowed and looking fine great bargain at, per acre. 5 acres near old fair grounds. fine garden, irrigated; house and barn and chicken house great bargain 3 "years to pay- for it 7 roomed modern house, close in, terms. v 7 roomed house and corner lot, handles it. W. EL JOHNSON CO. "JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. "40-acres irrigated land miles from city. Ten acres, un- der, cultivation. All ditches in. Exceptionally fine piece of land, per acre. cash. Balance over 9 years at 6 per cent, interest 32 acres of land partly irrigated. 2 miles from ?110.00 per acre. Terras. Good location for garden, poultry or dairy. .760 acres exceptionally fine irrigated land 7 miles from city Si0.000.00. cash. Balance over 9 years at 6 per cent." interest. Good irrigated garden tracts, close in and easy terms, o, 10, 20.: CO or '10 acres. From per acre up. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 JL 8 2-11 D errs an d I rrieation Ace f i 1 re ottering ior sale the ckeapest lots on tlie market situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation' Co. J ;