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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. XoYwnbcf1 29, 1912 TIFF, LETITBRIIHiK DAI 1IEUALYV j WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Kxcluslvo rights to dispose of lots in Subdivision 0, Hlock 1, at a price and (iM'ius (hat ought to insure Iholr Immediate disposal, Tht'Ko lots situated on tith A von no Nurtli ami 5th Avunuu A, N'orlh, wltliiu 100 yards of 13th Street. Prices range from IHUS to fUSO.OQ each with I onus of down mid balance of por month. This Is a spU'iidid opportunity for anyone securing close- in nrojHirty with tho price and torms right. There uro only 12 Jols, HO get in now if you want one. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 NORTH LETHBRIDGE To Exchange for Farm Land A b'eautiftil ten acre irrigated tract, In UIR Spokauo Valley near Post Falls, Idaho. Five aero bearing orchard; good seven room bouse, good bam and out-buildings complete. One mile to Kighih Grade School. Good Jdeul homo place. Uo you want it? O. T. LATHROP Farm Stafford Block For Sale Two choice lots on lane facing east on ISlli ,Sl. South, in Block L. Price each; terms cash, balance 6 and 12 'months, at 8 per cent. Loans, Insurance ami Bcal Estate Alberta Loan and Investment Co. 1 Office 416-oth St. S. Plioiic 1214 Fire Insurance CHEAP Money to Loan HOMES room, 2 storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, near Galbraith cash, monthly. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot, half block from car Hue, cash, balance In five years. The C. B. Bowman Agency KCADIA BLOCK. Phone 1412 P. 0. Box 531 J. Harris Co. HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Steamship Agents C. P. R. Labor Agents and Gen- eral Employment Agency ROOM 3, BEGIN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Below The Market 4 lots in Block at each: terms 3 .lots in Block L, at each; terms. A. V. GIBBONS PHONE 1425 Room "D" Balmoral Block THE FIRST HIGH COURT Prince Rupert, Nov. Jus- tice Hunter is holding 4he first" high court in Prince Rupert this week. The first criminal case >yas a charge against Lester Handel for causing an outbreak among the Jndiuns on Queen Charlotte Islands. He was acquitted. ON EXTENSIVE HONEYMOON Edmonton, Nov. Comte Louis de Ivermor de la Conn trie of France, and his wife, who was Mile. Bernadette, only daughter of M. and Mmc. J. B. Leclalr of Ed- monton, have started on a toiir of the United States and Canada, by way of Los Angeles, 'where they pass part of their honeymoon. The trip will occupy a year and they expect to visit all the large cities on the con- tinent. They were married on Nov. the service at St. Joachim's church performed by Rev. J. D. li. Grroux O.M.F., -Montreal, was attended the entire 'French colony. Afterwan there was a reception, dinner and bal for 400 guests in the Corona hotel The bride's presents include n fash ionable residence and grounds in the west end and iimerons offerings of silver, cut glass ami china. The bride- room is the eldest son of a promin- ent family in France. Talk of Board of Trade In viling Louis Hill-Would Come OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST at 0, '0 TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES .TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE We GUARANTEE the time when your in- debtedness will be paid off opening evenings. Write, phone or call, International Koine Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 1507 If the report thai the Great Northern Railway contemplates an early entrance- into Southern Alberta to offset Uhe proposed In- vasion of G. N. R, territory in Montana by the C. P. R. Soo line proves true, they will receive a very hearty welcome by the busi- ness men of Lethbridge. That fact was clearly demonstrated last night by the attitude of the Board of Trade to the suggestionjand it was the unanimous of all present that officials of the Amer- ican company should be invited to Lethbridge at an early date to meet the business men here who would show that railway competi- tion is one of the most' desired things in the world just now, and G. N. R. competition would be about the right solution to the city's railway difficulties. There is a warm spot in Lethbridgp for the Hill interests. For years that company competed here with the C. P. R. for transcontinental business, ,u'd Lethbrulgc enjoyed better freight find passenger service than lias been the case since the A. R. I. was ab- sorbed. Absurd Delays "Would we like to see tiie G. N. R. in said one member.of lie executive last night. "Well, should rather think we 'would, know of one firm in the city that had a car lost for three months somewhere between here and Coutts, and it is no common thing for cars to stand on a iding this side of the boundary for .en days or two weeks, simply be- cause the C. P. R. is not anxious to nterchange traffic "with the Great Northern at the boundary." said another, "and if they come in they would get plenty of .raffle. There are still plenty of sel- lers coining, from the American side after our cheap land. Our wholesale louses do a lot of shipping across the ine. The G. N7. R. could come right n now and get all the business they would care to Handle." Invite the Gentlemen Another intimated that he hatl leard through private sources that some ot" tiie higher officials of the :ompany, probably Louis Hill himself, had openly expressed a wish to meet the Lethbridge people and would be pleased to receive an invitation to attend a bamjuet iu Lethbridge when- ever such a t'uiictiou might be on the boards. -The G. X. R. has a warm. spot in its heart for Lethbridge, and the Board of Trade does not in- tend to let this opportunity slip 'with- out making overtures to the head of- ficials of the company that has matte Montana Competition Is the thing, and the business men of this city think there is enough traflic bore being devclopei to satisfy haif a dozen companies. ENDICOTT AND SHEARER DELtV ERED CIPAL CAMPAIGN IS VERY QUIET Rev. Endicotl, who spent nine- cen years in China, gave the most nteresting address and description it China and her people last night to large audieiu-e in tiie lecture room f thp Methodist Church. He loid a drilling story of his first visit to the Far 13ast, dcsonhinj: stones of what. they sa'w ;it time. ihe- change of the country ;did people, up lo today. When they hud been in China only two aftc'r tlioy had their school, church and hos- pital completed, tho first outbreak be- gan. All their huiidings weiv destroy- ed >by fire, and they were eared for j by [fie authorities, and safely taken out of the way. The government, af- terwards re-im nursed them for their loss, nnd assisted them in build- ing their new homes and buildings. This was a great, assistance io llioni In their work, SIK the natives lo realize they wore not eomt; to oppose them, but to assist ihcin. Those people arc now mini ins daily ;md weekly papers, telephones, telegraphs, and fill modern appliances for theiv comfort and dispatch of business. There market and slock reports ;ire received as in our own country. Dr. K'iKilcolt has great faith in tin- future of China. Nov. Or. Shearer spoke in the af- ternoon to tile women on the horrors of the White Slave trade. H0 pointed he great evils that, rennlt. and their curu, imyj'titisinj; upon those Nick-Nacks in Leather Goods For Christmas New wits, always trying and striving for fresh ideas to catch the popular fancy, have wrought prettier Novelties than ever in Leather Goods this season Have you ever .considered appropriate Christmas (jit'l. in Leather Clouds will make and how easily they may lie mailed t This is sonielhmo- your careful consideration, espec- ially if you have a number of friends to remember this .Xnias nnd a g-liinco thro ugh the following list will show, thnt we have the largest and best assorted slock of leather goods in the city, nnd (hut our prices arc consistent with (lie quality. ff von have friends avaiy from the city or across the sea, renicniber the advantages in mailing leather goods, no breaking, no crushing and always appreciated. Come in see our splendid slock. Leather Cushion Covers Here is a gift most appropriate for your friends who arc far away or across tin; sen. Can ho easily mailed. Leather on both sides, fringed and laced, beautifully decorated with burnt or painted designs. Prices Gifts Suitable for Men It is often hard to select a suitable gift for a gentleman. Let us help you. We have a splendid selection of Pipe Racks, Wall Manners and Tie 1 tacks; in all sixes and shapes, beautifully mads, burnt or painted designs.. Prices range from 45c up to TABLE AND PIANO STOOL COVERS in round and sqmirc designs, with or without fringe, burnt or painted de- ftrt signs. Prices to TABLE make a very useful and acceptable Christmas Gift and ;ire greatly appreciated. 50 cents to TO.BACCO is a gift that is always appre- ciated and easily mailed. Hand made solid leather, burnt In- dian Head design. Spec- ial price, each........ HANDKERCHIEF and GLOVE is. something1 that will make a very useful gift. In burnt leather, with dome clasp, and nicely lined .with satin. Price each............. 51.00 PHOTO the very thing for thai friend of yours, to hold ptio or two pict- ures, fringed and beaded,