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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta i'Hdjiy! ^Veiiite 22, loi ' * TITli: LETHlJRIIMiK UAJ I.Y HKJKALI* �(?E^HAyE JUST iftpCElVED  ^^:,^lllslvf! rlBhls" lo dlHPoan of IoIb In SliJiillvtaloii li, lllock-l. at ii ""Vrlcf! ami lornis. tlKil oiiglil lo Insiiro [hb.U- Immpdlalq OIhiioriiI. ''TIicjsh'lots iiro altimted on (!th Avniiuc North and r,lh AventK' A. ; Norlli, within luO yards of KUli Strool. I'rlcfa ranRO from ^2'.):, lo $:i80.0l) niicli with li;rms oi: ir.p.On down :iiid biilauco of %2t> iior month. This $ n uplentUd opimrinnltV for aiiyoui; securing (iloso-in iiropcM-ty witti fho 'jn-ico anil terms rlfht. Theii! arc only lU Ids, so got In now If yon wmit one. 'I^rth Lethbridge Realty Go. PH6nE-636" ^ NORtH lleTMBRIDGE To Exchange for Farm Land A beiiullfnl ten acro-^lrriHatcd tract, In tho, Spokaiu; Valley near I'ost Falls. Idaho. Five acre hearing orchard; good seven room house, good barn and ont-l)\iildlngs eonvplete. One mile to KIghlli Grade School. Good water-an ideal home place. Uo you *aut ItV O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block rarma Loam For Sale . Two fho.ic'(> l(i(s oil liuir facing eas.L on l8tU 8t,. Southrin Block L. '^vRrice^^ioO.OO ea(>li; l(M-ins '61,75.00 cnsli, balaiiiui'and 12 iiKJUtlis. at JS pci- ccntu Loans, liisiinuice and Rt':U Estate Alberta Loan and Investment Cd. Office 41ti-5tli St, S. Phoiiis^lSp- DEFENDING HIS OWN PRIVATE CHEST Fire Insurance to Loan CHEAP HOMES 4 .5 room, 2 storey house, on 1 ]-2 lots, near Cialbralth School- $1500-terms. SVrj.OO cash, $25.00 monthly. Flvo 'roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot, half block from car lino, $2300.00. $250 cash, balance in five years, : '� " ; ' 'i ^ � The C. B. Bowman Agency acaoia block. PHONK 1S3*. Just Think Of It! Two hjtsjiisi olT car ]iii(\ to .school  and oil sValci'-'aiid sewer' a1 '�'^'''"> j)oV^lot-l-o' cash, lialaii'cc 4, 8 jiiid .12 iiit)nlh.s.'','''~ :. V. Gibbons & Go. Balmoral Block Lethbridge 'T'HE cheapest and best selling method for the * merchant is the cheapest and best buying method for you. ' This method known to every successful business man is advertising. It reaches the greatest number of people at the lowest cost per person. If you don't read the advertising in this paper you are the loser. �4 "FROM VANCOUVER SUN IPARLIAINT DID ON OPEf OFMSPUISHAT o- The Premier was Absent-Many yestions to be Asked "Notice of Bills Qu( (Western Associated Press). Canadian governincnts on the Panama canal. .Senator Uelcoiirl introduced a hill respeclinK the pollution oi the navigable water. '1 iie senate adjourned until Tuesday afternoon. This may have been due to the fact that Premier llordcn was I not in the house, cither before or af- Oltawa, .\ov. 22.-In the senate ' ^^i" t''^ members attended in the sen- yeslorday after Mis Royi^l Uighhcss the (iovernor-Cieneral, had allcndcrt, the (ollouinu; senators were introduced, and took the oath of oHiee and assumed their seats : ate to hear ITis Koyal Highness read i the speech from \hc throne. I In his absence-in the commons all the formal motions were proposed by Hon. Robert Rogers and seconded hv A eommunicatinn was read from ! the speaker and Ihe commoners gen-he clerk 01 the senate stating that'erally to go out lo the senate chani-' BURIAL,,.OF MRS. BRIDGE Slagrnth, Nov. to.-Tho funeral str-\lco over the remains'of .Mrs. Bridge, "^vho died of general debility at the ilge of ,SI, was held in the opera lionse, l"ld(r A. .Mercer olliciating. An ; Unusually larse "audiejlce was present I to .pay a lasl tribiVte of respect to tin' ;; aged lad.v, wlio 'was known throui;h-I out tile coniuiiinity ajid hfghly estcem-|,�^d by' nil her''frlmdsf. A ere beautiful, tile Relief Society eontrlbutlng, an elegant wreath and bauc(Uot., of ripened wheat, ))otokening thfc advaiiced age (;f the deceased. A long procession of veliiclos. ficcompaiiie*!: the i'emains to ihe cemetery whore^. litter Elder O. A. WooUey had dedicated the grave, the body was lowered 'to' Its resting place in God's acre. ^ In tbo deUth of .Mrs. bridge there hs' witneasod the riassiii,g of anotlier o^ the pioneers oi' the. west. . OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST Ld^ii You Money TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES ^ TO liyi-^I^OVE REAL E^^STATE /O We GUARANTEE the time when your in-} L .% i liipt l)(>!';-ii!hi'r. .\o reason lia.'i been iusslguerl tor the reslgna-uoi. CROWN PRINCE TUBERCULAR Horlin. .Nov. L'l.-The ttussUin Im-lierlal Ciown Prlneo Ib suffering from tuborculosls of tho hip joint and henio liliilii;, f.-.eluding any hcpe of his som-put,; rnntorutioii to health, according to i'-c Si. retersbui'g correspoiidoiit of I lie \'(/ii�iiKe'ie Zeituug correspondent of iiilormution from an absylutely uuth-eul\u Bourco. [ed last year by the senate would ap-ipear to'he a' pr.ictical conlivnialion jot the rumof that has hern current for some lin� that measure would be dropped for this year. There is no reference in Ihe speech to redistribution which is also taken to mean that this niea.mirc -ivill not he brought down this session. It. is evidently not the intention of the government to bring down a bill, at any rate a definite decision may not be reached until its supporters have been consulted in caucus. .-Vn indication ^Ihat the .session will he a lively one 'is alTordcd by the preliminary I batcli of questions. Considerably over lOO have already been placed on the order paper. Lois of CJiicsllons Hon. Rodolplic Leniieux is llic busiest n.'jiiiher of the opposition, no less Ih.m 21 questions standing in his name. He asks if Messrs. Morine, i Lake and Ouscbarme, of the House .Service Commission have completed 1 tlieir labors and if their commissions have been cancelled. Mr. Lemicux also wants to know if the poslnias-ler's department is lo establish a partial system. Mr. Leniieux -atso wants to Ond out the truth in regard I lo the Arniand Lavergnc stateincut i that he was oflercd a place in the Uorden cabinet and also the truth ot , Ibo statement that Mr. �\lonk receiv-,cd an assurance from Mr. Horden be-I fore entering the cabinet, that a plebiscite would be taken before a con-Irihulion lo the Hritish navy would be decided upon. ]'. II. Carvall wiU ask if Miss Mantel has been appointed to tlie Cana-I dian .Vjiency in Paris, with the salary she receives and by whom she was reconiiii'endcd. Vlon. Charles Murphy will ask how jmany citizens of tbc V. S. have been einpioved hv the government since .N'ovcmlicr I, mil. The first resolution on the order j paper is by 10. M. Macdonald, of I'ic-tou, as follows : ' "That in the opinion of thf house the Hritish preferential tariit should only apply to goods brought direct lo Canada bv ship to a Canadian seaport." Mr. K. R. Devlin gives notice ot a resolution calling tor tho iinnicdintc construction ot the Georgian llay canal. The resolution a.skcir the house to declare that "il is essential to 'be commercial independence' ot Canada, that we shall have within our boundaries, and subject to no control hut jour own, the means of the opening oE ' tlic products of our country to everv port." Air. Devlin will also move for a return showing the number of the cotiiinissioners which have been iiain-ed by the governnient and tbc cost ot the same. Mr. .Sinclair will niovc tor a return containing all eoi'respondcnce relating lo Hie rates proposed to be charged b> Ihe government of tlic Cnited States on shipping Ibroiigli the Panama canal. Mr. .\rlhiir .Meighcii gives notica that he will move "Tliai in the opinion of this house, the question ot bringing aljoul a heller and elieuiiet j system o( agricultural credits should I receive the early iitleiition of the I iiovernineiil." ' ' .N'dlice of Hills � Xoijce lias lieeii given of the tol-Iduiiig hills wliicli private members I to introduce : .\lr. liradbury : An act respecting ! the pollution of the navigable watei's. I Mr. Hradhury : An act respecting ' the use of (lats. Mr. .1. A. M. Aikons : An act to amrnd ihc Bank act. Mr. Currie i An act to amend tlic eriiiiinal Hon. Mr. Cochrane has alrcuily given notice ot his intenlioii to're introduce a liill, "To eiicnurnge ami assist the improvement of highways." j lion. II. R, l-'.nuMson lias given no-, lice of a resolution declaring iliai in! view of the ireneral feeling IbroUijh-| out Canada that express rates uve in-1 tolcrahly high, the railway lioard ; should make u thorough Investigation ' of the whole ((uestion of Ircight rales, with a view to reiiiedying conditions now coinpUiiricd of. THOMAS CROIHERS AT LAST HE CONSENTS to give ^'"'^ RAILWAY BROTHERHOOD CONCILIATION BOARD � Ottawa, Nov. 22. - The Canadliii ' Hrotherhood of Railway Kmploybcs; , have renewed tlii;ir application to't'iev^^ ii/inisler of labor tor a board of cou-.'-: ciliation and investigation but ilm-^-^; cd in its scope, to inquire into rerr .> tain difterences' existing for sornc time between them and the Canali'tn. Pacific Railroad company. And tr�r such limited purpose as has been es- ; tablished and on recommendation' uf , the applicants the minister has ap- ; pointed Mr. .1. A. Macdonald, Halifax, a member ot the board. 'l'l.�-3 company will now be asked to rccom->' inenl a mcnibcr and if it refuses,-or'.; tails to do .so, the minister will .i'p�, point one on its behalf. The minister;, will also appoint a . third mcnibcc; thereof if the other two fail to choaio. ; one and the investigation, limited in ; scope as aforesaid will forthwith prl-cccd. . ^ 'lliere are grounds tor hope that a fair and equitable conclusion may he reai'licd hy tbc board, which wLl prove acceptable to both parties to tile dispute.  I Phone 1412 P. o. Box 631 J. Harris & Co. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Steamship Agents C. P. R. Labor Agent* and Gen-' era! Employment Agency' ROOM 3, BEGIN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE i Below The Market 4 lols in Block 129, ill $i)oO cucli: terms ;> lots ill Block .li,-at $4.20 each; Icrins. A. V. GIBBONS PHONE 1425 Room "D" Balmoral Block Look These Over Two good building lots-7th Avuuuo South. Two lota iUh Street, near 7th Ave. South, $1500 i)aii' HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN ] Peter Uioii.x, u sotller, shot ami killed iOlvin Annett, liimherinan, and wounded John f.Uover, near .\ndorson, N'.R. Ho then cominlttvnl suicide. Hloii.v had resented Ihe cnttliis of trees ou hie laiitl. Rcw.ird offered for Information leading to tho conviction of partioa destroylnK our slgiia, -�-. The ^ Dowsley  Mulhern Land Co. Sheilock Bldg. 7tli 623032725??? 71 3977 ;