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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, .VovonilKT 25. TIIJ; T.F.TTTBRIDGE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED i oil on utli M'-Mim- Norm ana "'th A- i m, w tlilu no yards oMiuh street. .Mcos i-icli will, lenna of dovvu ol 5-0 mouO TI Is I n si1'mid opportunity for anyone, sonuriiiR closo- rproperty wlih lh.' price rlBM. .There aro only lots, so BH in now if you OI1C- North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 530 NORTH LETHBRIDGE To Exchange for Farm Land want it; O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Two'choice lots on lane lacing oast on 18th St. South, in .Block L. 'Price each; terms' "SI75.00 "cash, balance 6 and lii months, at 8 per cent. ..Loans, Insurance ami Real Estate Alberta Loan and Investment. Co. St. S. Phone 1214 Fire Insurance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 5 room, 2 storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, near Qalbraitu Scuool- STii.OO cash, monlhly. Five roomed fully inoilern cottage, on one lot, half Mock from cur lino, 52300.00. cash, balance In five years. lowman Ageiicy PKONE 132i .toe BLOCK. Just Thrnk Of It! Two lots just oil! car line, close to school and on watcf sewer at per cash--'balance 4; 8 ami .12 'months'. EW SOUTH WALES PLACES TOILER ON SAME BASIS AS SKILLED MAN Sydney, NNov. labor ir S'ew South has long been under 10 protection of factory act provi- lons which regulate and In lire decent wages. Now unskilled la orcrs in that state are receiving the roteclion of similar industrial leg- slalion and a court award was ob- nlned recently under tho factories' ct. by the United Protec ion Sociely of New Boullx Wales, for mskilied laborers working in quarries nul gravel pils. Tho chief clause of he award insures a. 48-hour week villi a half holiday ou Saturday. Al mblic 'holidays must be recognized ind double Tales must be paid for ne cessary work on Sundays or holidays Overtime rales, vary from time and a lalf, to double time after two overtime. The rates of pay 'fixed upon rang from 27 to 39 cents .per hour, aceort to tho class of unskilled labor Under New South Wales industria law, these rates come into operatic al once. GREAT FALLS DISTRICT LADY SUING FOR B-REACH OF PRO- WISE Great Falls, Nov. HISTORY OF ONE LOT FAIR IN- DICATION OF THE WHOLE TOWN Maclcod, Nov. 24 .-The history of a ot In Macleod was told Saturday by he owner, who sold it. Sis years ago bought it for S100, after keeping t two years, it was sold for 5300. purchaser, after six months, hinking he had paid too high a price or this lot asked the previous own- if he would buy it back for the amc price. This he did, and Satur- day sold it again for Ihis s only one of the many, sales that ire being made every day, thus mak- ng known to the world that smal1 nvestmeuts in Maclcod being sun md good returns. The council at its meeting last week lassed a bvlaw regulating and oper- iliiig'lhe 'municipal hospital, and rom the interest taken in ehe hospi- tal by the board, it is evident that t will be carefully guarded, in the in- terest of all concerned. A meeting of the local Sundaj school association will he held in the Methodist church on Tuesday next, to receive the reports of delegates to the Provincial Sunday school convention also for further -organization, n which all the local Sumiay schools will take part. Trustees of Urn Public school making, preparations for an open skating rink on the school grounds and the first cold weather will fin those who have been entrusted wit the flooding the ground ready for the hoys and girls t< enjoy winter sport- The blockade' of grain in the ess is thought to be the cause of the price ol grain in the local market which Saturday was: only 57 cents Only those who have to sell arc ica keting their wheat others ar holding for a higher market, whic Life's Shop Window Is The Daily Paper jt What you put in this window-Thc Herald- will be seen by ALL the people City circulation guaranteed to exceed the number of dwelling houses in the city view to obtaining through the medium ,vjn doubt receive, of the courts a 'financial balm sullici- Dr. Endicotl, of China, w, rat to heal up the heart lacerations jvisit in the interest oi the by the refusal of her alleged' Missionary society during this week, betrothed to take her as his wife; aml spcak on-the recent Chinese trou- Miss Clara a young woman, aiso ijlc life of the missionary of Little Chicago, has instituted an jn China. Several young' men trom the town and district will leave in a lew days ,unny. for Australia, 'in the employ o! a Two'.thousand dollars is Hie amount) Railway and' Irrigation Co., asked for by llisS Larson, which wrach operations 'early in amount is expected to compensate her-; j.earp of utilising ir the disappointment experienced by! their lands and railway rights, to in- action for breech of promise against William W. Long, also of that co in unity. for the sapponmen e er ans an r her through the rclusal ot Long to (.rcase their returns from the large keen his alleged promise and for the holdings, and develop tlic country hy aimi'vancc and vexation occasioned operating railways. Ihrrcbv ;.nd (lie trouble and expense j planin.n-'miH iHs a GENERAL OUTCRY THAT SALAR- IES DO NOT COVER COST OF LIVING Nov. this hour of ainmja. Industrial'discontent, evidence of dis- (.....____ ......__ t !rc preparing satisfaction has broken out in a most idcrcone ill the preparation of her.jfor extensive alterations, and enlarg-, unexpected nuarter in England. Uvcdiliiu; trousseau. of their plan in Macleod. Their] in the current issue of the "Prison In her complaint, prepared and Tiled business has increased lo such an H Officers' there are several imnu- years has been connected 'with PJnglish and American mission .work SWISS WOMAN AND SCOTCH MIN- ISTER WILL LOOK AFTER CHOLERA PATIENTS Constantinople, Nov. the Red Cross- volunteers have failed a- lake up the work of relief, the Kev Robert, Free, a Scotch jKistor in Con promise she has at all times since, that .date been ready and willing to maiTv him and that by mutual agree- Sept. 30, 1911, was fixed as the date upon which the wedding should take place. However, although reasonable ir. Turkey, have laken quarters in the cholera camp, and will devote themselves to the care of. the victims. An elderly Greek woman has joined them iu the. work. has elapsed in which the dcfcnd- .Mnnv of tho doctors have refused i ant could have carried out his agrec- 'moiil -inil-'ilthouch he has caused her to treat cholera patients, j to that they al'C Burgeons, not physi-! [rollsst.nll prepare for the marri- cians. At present there is only one he has so far neglected and re- to marry her ail lo her dam- age' in the sum oi for which sum she demands judgment. FARMERS ERECTING GRANARIES AND HOPING THE PRICE WILL GO UP Tabor, N'ov. 23.-lii spite of able to live on th convicts. It is admitted thai the .cost of liv- ing in England lias increased enor- mously during the last few years but in practically nil branches of the government service, the wages of the lower grades have remained on the SEIZED WITH WEAKNESS IN THE IN THE AF- TERNOON he was shipwrecked, the number of times ho rounded Capo -Horn, and thftt "no ship will ever get round tUe North Pole." TO BUILD A UNIVERSITY Regina, Nov. deputation re. presenting the1 Presbyterian Churcli, waited iu the evening on the Finance committee of the City Council, .to out- line a sclieme for a great .university to lie built here, and for which the council's assistance is sought, 'The government is to he asked for Montreal, Nov. death Sir Eihvnrd Seabarn Clouston, Bart., -..u 0_.---------- occurred this afternoon. Sir Edward assistance in the way or a land grant fainted in the morning while engaged i and some assistance is also desired in a conversation with a friend iu j from the city. Ihe Roval Securities building. covering a few moments later he ob- jcctcd to being removed to the hos- phone 1412 p. O. Box 531 pitol contending that, be was all right. On the advice ot his however, be allowed himself to lc con- veyed to the Royal Victoria hospital, where an examination was made. The hospital authorities at lirst is- sued a bulletin announcing the bar- onet's condition was not very serious ami that the fainting fit had teen j brought about by acute indigestion. Volunteer doctor at the camp. Ma-Jo Clyde S. Ford, medical corps Unite! Stales Army, who, with the secretary ot the American embassy, Hoffman Phillips, and the Jlon. Maurice Bar- siautinople. ami. iliss All, a Swiss an Englishmen, goes to San Stef- woman, -sixty years old, who, for i ano every day for relief work. OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES -TO'IMPROVE REAL ESTATE J We-GUARANTEE the time- when your in- debtedness will be paid off opening ovsnings. Write, phono or call. International Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited I.ETHBFUDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 1507 old basis. The complaining letters provide pathetic reading, and tell of the daily struggles against poverty, of children who have never seen the sea, and who never get a change