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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Some 1 LOT IFBLOCK 22, DUFF lot has for a cellar. one- half cash; balance 3 and 6 mos. at 8 per cent V 4 LOTS in "Block 12, Alexander Add.. for the 4; 3 mos., 8 -per. cent 5 LOTS in Block 12> Alexander Add., per "3 and f> mosv 8 per cent FOE. 6 room .cottage; to. rent, furnished, for Jiiree months. Very'close a month to suitable tenant CALL AND GET ONE OF OUR MAPS OF Plioue 311 i Lowes Representing: North American 'Life Assurance- Co., London .Guarantee -and Accident Co., Phoenix Assurance of London. _ OFFICES AT Calgary, -Edmonton, LET HBR1DGE, High River, Nariton, p Xot and half. .Block 149, on water, quarter, 4. S-and .12 months. 2 lots, Block 25, Duff Addition, close to new school, each; one-third cash; balance 3 and 6 mos. Lot and half Bruntoa St., sewer and water, good terms. ?3j500'for modern.house close ia, snap. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block SI JOHN IS A BUSY PORT It' 0- ?M y 1 the Unionists' g rounds.. oi- grounds, -which Veeru more or less" _siqnder, Tdflar -I wish TO tjioihtvouf of the: reasons :as .L THE H. 'MACBETH: AGENCY INSURANCE x 'LOANS SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at each. C lots in Block 2G Duff Add., close to new school at 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster'for Winter Traic This Year Will Be Enorftous Compared With Other Years St. John, N. B., an- nouncement in the St. John papers on i Monday of'.this week, that immi- I grants were on board steamers -bound j tor- the port, while special trains were moving, toward the" city from the caught" their "opponents at a distinct with-.Christmas passengers bound for' disadvantage, so''far as tht question. WEI BRITAIN "bV; irenieinbered being .-the party that tlie in office, v SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP 320 acres east of Stirling, only per acre. 320 acres near Taber, only per acre. 7 room semi-modern house on lot 87 1-2 x 125, good barn on lot. Best built house in" city. cash, balance "arranged. Small house on 35 foot lot, London Road, 1-3 cashv balance easy terms. THE WEBER-HUFF INVESTMENT CO. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 For Sale est Street. Each buys 2 ner lots on cor- each, buys 2 lots on Ernest street, close in. G. A Peat Co. Genera! Macdonald Blk. Insurance Loans Phone 570 AUTOMOBILE SHOW WINNIPEG AT to choose ihc. date of the They. "naturally enough, .-which best' .suited own coriiJchieTicei." And-, they tne run; Old Country, marked the begin- of -what promises to be est season "in the history of the 'chief winter :Canada. Bt. is alwaj's a cosmopolitan Throughout the .summer there of-the Peers' vetp is concerned. For their bill- this subject: haft- some cou- siderable time, passed, its. of Com- mons "before .tlie oi the. late King. Its provisions were well known is a- steady stream of tourist travel, :an'd had been publicly discussed on and.in-winter all sorts -and conditioner Lord Lans- oi- people are found among--the iinmi- grants from Europe, and -the passen- gers-en route to Europe. Wuit Mon- treal is in' the summeivSt. John is in winter to the oversea, trade of Canada, an-d the wharves are lined 'with the -big "steamships' of the Canadian Pac- ific, Allan, Donaldson, Furness, Man- chester, Elder-Dempster .and other takiu. cargo for European, youth .African and Australian ports. While -tile Christmas passenger, travel to the. Old Country will -be heavier'this year than ever before, it is also ex- pected that tne immigration during tne -winter and early spring inonths will make a new record. The office and working stall's of the various lines iin the contrary, wliiclv-'reprcsent. Unionists'., plan for reform'' tipper House, were oniy mada public the day before yes- and .-'the man in the street1' consequently' has. had little 'opportun- ity of considering the question of how they. out in practice. Budget More Popular Th2 budget .is iuore popular, I he- iieve immensely" mon- popular, throughout tli-e country as -a; whole than it was this time- last year. The laboring classes were undoubted- ly rendered, when it simply because tlie-tonstitutional-ques tion remained Navy Scare Groundless Morepvciv. the Uniohls-ts .'-gained not a Few seats' at the last 'election- by the use of- language with ref- erence to the .That is a subject on which British constituencies and, particularly, seaport" are- pecu- liarly sensitivel Hence it was not surprising that 'the consist Unionist contention that -in t'w'6-'. or "three years' time Ave should., enjoy., little, "if. any, superiority over- the mat- ter of -tlie'vilect.. should. hare iniluenc- ed "many 'voters... ,'iJut'-'the navy scare is now 'exploded. The Government' s' ship-building' program 'has been con- clusively shown -to.be adequate- to all i conceivable.- emergencies.' The Union.-! ists- arc in the .unenviable position 'of those .who have called- "wolf" when there is 'no and who have been" found out. Country' is Prosperous. Nor -can .the .enhanced .prosperity of I.OOI5 THESE OVEK Lots on Ernest Street, :beWeen "Bouapas and Courtlaiidi Price each; OIL good terms. L, S. RIPLEY PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. the country generally be disregarded HT estimating The influences make or..mar a Government's, success- at. the .ppUs. volume of-British trade -has-largely-.increased, during the past 'year.- Factories, formerly ..work- ing halI7timcv are now working at-'full. pressure, -and many which had been closed down.-entirely have There isian upward tendency a.s re-! gards agriculture.. .Unemployment is i less rife than for many BONSPIEL WEEK fcare arrivectt freight .is being -reeelv- in large' quantities, and grain is pouring .into the elevators.. .West T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Rea! Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Towasite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Chfistie, Notary Public, Diamond Sawchuk, who "got their names Thomas Lewis, of Sudbury, stole j of the township ot St. Vincent for the papers some time ago when thev.ran avrav ironi home and camp- ed "in the. coulees for a matter .of ten days or so. they'appeared before the Children's Commissioners last week and were put on probation. They arc not so much TO blame for the trou- ble this lime, however. The day after they were placed on probation, they wen; Uti, let! oft to When, they returned their mothct1 asked t.hein what school they "had j been to. They told her they had cone.] to T.hc convent, whereat yiiutlier i arimihistcH'ii them eaclr a threshing j and told Them that next time to go: to Central school. to the Central school they wt re re- fused admittance, first .because ihcrc was no room, and secondly, their father pays his taxes to the Separate The Sawchuks are not Roman Catholics, but belong to the Greek church, consequently it was delegate someone Lords Bar the Way -Again, I think the country, is -weary of the manner in which the Peers block the way as regards legislation, It is not merely that they have ob- structed, mutilated, or rejected social legislation of a democratic it is at once the virtue and the vice i of democracy that it is always in a the interminable discus- sions, both and outside Parliament, on the constitutional question have bc-en a most effective hindrance to the dealing with many matters which the country at large deems of urgency. Ever since last year" Parliament has been practically with regard to all general legislation, .TO blow i is that indefinable sense of exaltation and expectation on the part of the people" which presages tri- umph for their cause. They feel that are, so to speak, on the eve of i fuller, emancipation. They are enter- ing or, the'present struggle with the; high carnage that is born of high in the Toronto Star. SHIPPING OUT 1 UNDESIRABLES TIMES After Three Doctors Had Given Her Up Clanbrassie, Ont. Tvro years ago, the doctor made forty- four calls on me and then said he had "My work for the last few months." jsaicl Immigration Agent A. E. Hum- [Phries to the Herald, "instead of giv- ing information, and helping to .locate people coming into the country, has been-almost entirely that of shipping j.undesira'oles out of the country. The. ;new Immigratbn Act. giving- much wider powers to immigration officers, has been 61 gieat use since it came into effect The powers it gives have eriabled a large number of the most undesirable class of men to be arrested, identity as for- eign citizens established, and then de- ported to the cofiuiries from whence tney came. V "From the district alone, no less than thirty-two undesirables nave been denorttd since the new act came into forte, and there are I nine cases pending! Of these thirty- decided to delegate someone to so clone all he could for me. I was suffer-. ami explain to Mrs. Sawchuk, who ing with intense Kidney Trouble fourteen were past month. On- can't speak English, that her aspiring severe inflammation had set in. Twojly seven out of thirty-two were other doctors were consulted and agreed citizens from European countries, in- that nothing could be done to help me. W; Hi Johnson Block 323 FfFTH STREET 40 acres irrigated land 3, i-2 iniles t Ten acres tin- der cultivation. All. Exceptionally'fine piece of land, per acre. ?900.00 9 years at 6 pec cent." y.' 32.acres ot.land miles from acre. Terms.. Good location., for garden, poultry or dairy 100 acres exceptionally; fiae'irrigated land'7 miles fron) city for Balance over: 9 years at 6 per cent, interest Good irrigated garden, tracts! close in-and easy 30 or 40 acres: per acre up. "LETHBRIDGE IN VESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777. PLACE NOW For your wants from the iSTiLrseiy. Plant late in October and 3iot next spring.: Ee sure and a foot Russian Poplar ia your 'order for shade and wind "breaks." Special price 35c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Ued) Currant, and our Black Champion-'are premium, winners, highest quality and' perfectly adapted to prairie Two years, per dozen and express prepaid. Three years, S3.00 per dozen, a ad express prepaid. We "prepay express charges. We guarantee our to We want to" mail our price list to We want to please you. Place Orders Now Kootenay Vafley.Nors cr iF Mirror Lake, 'B. 0.- Asqiutii Lindsay Real Estate and Financial BroRsrs Fire Insurance P.O.Drawer 3091. Phone 1183 !offspring, since the family is paying their school taxes to the Separate school, will have to attend tne con- ior the {inie being, but it" next i they wish to pay their taxes to the Public -school the boys will then be able to attend.elsewhere than the convent. On the recommendation of a neighbor, I took Fruit-a-tives and they cured me. To-day, I take "Fruit-a-tivcs" as my only "medicine. I am in excellent health and "Fruit-a-tives" is the medicine that, cured me after I had been at death's door for months. eluding Great er all coniins from the remaind- ml beins sent back to the United sites. "It is a strange thitg. but a says Inspector Humphries, "that nine out of every ten men 4ported, young At. Saul! Ste Mane, Ont., a man j testimonial. It may benefit some other was fined and costs for giving an woman suffering as I suffered, as I believe 8-year-oln boy whiskey and beer. j that I would not_ be alive to-day had I An eleven-year-old boy named .James not used Fruit-a-tivcs." Kenncy. was thrown from a buggy at Mrs. P. E. WEBBER. Princeton, Ont., and possibly fatally injured. The London, Ont., city council has practically decided the I am glad to bo able to give you this men and old- -ire cigniVrte smokers." SYDNEY MARSHA! DEAD bonds -Oi'- the Company. .N'urth Midland -Electric famous fruit acknowledged the greatest, kidno.y cure in the world. 50o a box, 6 for S2.50; trial siac, lioc. At dealers jsasamated President Line or from Fruit-a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. Heart failure today, aged Washington, Nov. -TV-Sydney F. Marshall, who last with John Wilkes Booth, a few minuV-s at'ior the actor entered Ford's and as- 11, UiCd .of TLU 1 GREAT BARGAINS We have 26 lots leift" in- our block" near the old Fair; Grounds which we are selling for: per lot, cash and per, month; or ?15 for two-lots and 5 -per' month. -These Jotsl are: .wbr.tk; much: more, imti..tO; close: out.ih we will 'sell" for a- few days, .the rest- of the lots at price named. Lots 1 and 2, Block 'SoT Victoria Park, each.' Four lots (.corner) 'Block 11, Alexander; ,ea-cb. IN IRELAND Ulstermen Kni sing- Army and Getting- Armies Belfast, Nov. will be wigs on the green in Ireland before the eloc-tions arc over if the fears aixt plans of some of the Ulster men ;iro carried into off eel. A rnertinir of dele- gates fron) every constituency "i Ulster-was held" here. 1oday and on mouou -oi'2, a. declaration was drawn up fusing to pay rates or taxes im- posed by an Irish parliament or TO obey its deems. Fifty thousand dol- lars was subscribed to organize .I I- siermeii into regnnents and purchase arms. thousand men attend- ed a demonstration at iiight. FACES'MURDER CHARGE Winnipeg. Xov. coroner's jury tonigtit brought in a verdict, oC euipablo hoJtilcide iu connection with tlie death, of Marry Spaulding. Tlie de- ceased died from th? oifects of a 'blow the liciid diMi'vorod with n shovel hy a lellow vorkman, Xickolay Bry- osua, Xov. I'fith. it is likely that the i face a murder charge. ;