Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TITE LETfiniUDGR DATTT HERALD ''Sunn-day, November I.! T- WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED KxolHBlvd'rights to dl'snoso of lols In Subdivision (1. Illock 1. at a price mil terras that ought (o uisuiu liielr Jimucdluio disposal. Thcie lots are situated on Ctli Aruimo Norlli and O'.li Aycnuu A. North, within 160 yards of 13th Street. I'rli'os range froiii 1295 to each with terms of 550.00 clown nml balance of ?20 nor month. This Is a splendid opportunity for anyone securing closo- ln< proiiorty. with the pi-Ice and terms right. There arc only 12 lots, so get In now If you want one. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 NORTH LETHBRIDOE To Exchange for Farm Land A Beautiful ten acre Irrigated tract, la !he Spokane Valley near Post Fails, Idaho. Five acre bearing orchard; good seven room house, good barn and otit-bnlldlnus complete. Ono mile to Eighth Grade School. Good Ideal borne place. Uo you want it? O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farmt Loam "The Car Ahead" HAD GOOD EXHIBIT AT CAI.GARY OF BUSY WHEAT CENTRE For Sale Two choice lots on lane facing east on 18th St. South, in Block L. each; terms 1175.00 cash, balance 6 and 12 months, at 8 per cent. Loans. Insurance and Ecal Estate Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Office 41tJ-5th St. S. Phone 1214 Fire Iniuremce CHEAP Money to Loan HOMES 6 room, 2 storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, near Galbralth j cash. J25.00 monthly. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot, half block from car line, cash, balance In five years. The C. B. Bowman Agency xCADIA BLOCK. PHONE Phone 1412 P. O. Box 531 J. Harris Co. REAL 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 129, at each: terms 3 lots in Block L, at each; terms. A. V. GIBBONS PHONE 1425 Room "D" Balmoral Block 1 PLEBISCITE ONLY BEING AN EXPRESSION OF OPINION ALL MUNICIPAL ELECTORS CAN VOTE Who has the right to vote on the commission form of government ques-j tion on election day, Dec. !Hh That question is being asked fre- quently these days, as it is import-! ant, being one of the main issues oi j ;he election.-. At the city council meeting the other day this matter came up and it was decided that, inasmuch as the vote is merely a plebiscite, all those who have votes on municipal matters; should he allowed to vote. It is! not legally a bylaw, so that those Clarcsholm, Nov. satisfaction is being expressed by ratepayers here'on the action propos- ed tc bo tfikc-n by the council in HI- owing tho payment of tuxes in install- ments. Instead of milking it compul- sory to pay the full amount at one ime. Heretofore, there waa no other vay to pay them, aiKl a good many :axpayers found it noxi to impossible ,p raise the full amount when due. While no bylaw has been passed to his effect, the Question will be taken up at tho next meeting, and, no doubt, passed. Several chicken fanciers from were In attendance at the Poultrj Show at Calgary this week. Among them was J. B. Bocae, proprietor ol the Stny-lVbite poultry farm, with some twenty fine specimens of White Wyandotte, White Rock and White Leghorns. He was successful in car- rying off some of the prizes hung up, About fifty entries were made from thig town. W. J. McKenzie was also 11 winner with his liuff Rocks. The same exhibit, greatly added to, will be shown at Granura in December. A small wreck, caused by a tail end collision in the C. P. R. yards here on Sunday, caused a slight break in the everyday routine of events, Some 'damage 'was. done to- the ca- boose and two' box cars.' Wheat Is moving rapidly at this point, -Cars are coining with, great frequency, and the sight of six-horse teams hauling grain to the elevators, makes the visitors from the east look on the scene with surprise. It is no uncommon sight to see teams strung out for some distance, all heavily loaded. The Hebekah Lodge, which was or- ganized here a few weeks ago, is go- ng ahead rapidly. The ladies here are great lodge ..workers, .and meetings ire held every and some- ;imes twice per'week. Weekly dances are being held- in he. Parish Hall, and the young folks ire making the'most off it.1- Social life n Claresholm is by no means monot- onous this winter. The curlers are busy and ttig ice s nearly ready' for a big season of un. Several gnttiuslastlc players lave purchased" private rocks, and here promises to.be great gport, The: Skating; Rink Co., composed of busi- ness men and local skaters.has bee1 irganized, and the work of building he rink is going ahead rapidly. Jt rill be ail rink, same as last and will be built on the same otsj at the rear o.f barn. JUDGE NEWLANDS GIVES A DE- CISION OF INTEREST TO REAL ESTATE DEALERS Reaiua. Sask., Nov. a de- mission only or whether they want a council together with a commission who are excluded from voting ou, cislon rendered at Supreme Court en money matters, will not be -barred, bane, Judge Newlamis has ruled that The purpose of the vote, the council t 's unnecessary for owners of pro- 1 held, is to guide them on drawing up psrty to secure approval of the cltj i the charter, to enable them to decide'engineer before registering plans of whether the ratepayers want a com-JVC-subdivided lots in tho land titles of fice. In the case in question, the plaintiffs were refused registration by the registrar, the plans not having the endorsation of the city engineer, The registrar's decision was support- ed by the Master of Titles. Justice Newlands held that altera- tion or amendment referred to in the act meant alteration or amendment of plan itself, either by changing num- bers of lots or boundaries, but as long as the plan itself was unchanged no judge's order was necessary. As a Business Proposition The business sense of the Cnntitlinii buyer points to a Canadian-built car. Tho.rlutv'charge to clu'8 lo cnra In Canada, does not represent value and the Canadian 'public nn a C1U' ca" bo nlado !n tauiftdu'and save (ho duty. Our policy has been, and is, to place a car See for 1913 "S command In the United States. That we have succeeded, hundreds of owners will atle.t. THE F. O. B. The 1913 Tudhope "four" is n powerful car, Canadian mode. It has the strength of frame necessary to insure safety mul endurance on Canadian nwds. It is electrically lighted (Gray Davis system) Has n big roomy wheels and long wheel base. The motor is smooth running and silent. Cylinders are cast en bloc. The pistons are of the long-stroke type. In the construction of the entire cup, no feature that will make for greater comfort has been overlooked. The car is hung; low and thus greatly lessens side-swaylne and any chance of upset. To lower the car and at the same time maintain road clearance, the frnmo of the car is built with r double.drop. Throughout the working parta, chrome- nickle steel is used wherever great strength Is required. Tho equipment and accessories are tho very best. We use Gray Davis' electric lighting equipment demountable dual ignition, genuine Mohair top, clear vis- ion windshield. The tire holders are lo- cated at the rear. A speedometer and an extra Tire and Rim are supplied as a part of the Standard equipment. The Upholstering is genuine, hand-buff-, ed All bright parts are nickle plated. The car 'as you see It on the road hap all the ear marks of a high priced car and If it had to he imported it would cost more than ask for it. THE '6-48" SEVEN PASSENGER F. 0. B. ORILLIA The New Torpedo Body, "Six-Cylinder Car" with its deep Turk- ish upholstering and Gray Davis electric cranking and .lighting system IE a step ahead of anything yet offered to the Canadian buyer for 1913. The big features that spell comfort are there: Large, luxurious for seven passengers. Hardly a quiver from the silent, smooth-running, long-stroke motor. than you need. Good Business for the Dealer Agents for the Tudhope are building for the future. The demand 'for Cana- dian cars great as U is but a beginning. In a few years It will sweep the country. The Tudhope is the first car to sell at a fair valuation In Canada. It is. the first car to step out from behind tho 35% duty. The men who repre- sent the Tudhope line 01 cars have a profit- able proposition and one. that is bound to grow better year by year. Some few good ter- ritories are still open. Applications from men of good business ability will receive careful con- sideration. Jolting is entirely taken up by the 11-Inch upholstery cud shock absorbers! The long wheel base (127 tnchea) and large wheels ride smoothly over the rough spots in the road. Building in Canada, puts this Car on tho market at a fair price. The 35% saved in duty goes into the car strength of construction of axles (front, Tlmkln Holler Bearings; rear floating Inspection and ma- chining of the motor and running parts. The Tudhope 'I J to., Limited, Unllia, Can. Tudhope Anderson Co., Ltd. Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Swift Lethbridge, Yorkton __________ OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST We Will Loan You Money at o. TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES U. V' "Q TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE We GUARANTEE the time when your in- debtedness will be paid off Office opening Write, phone or call. International Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 1507 FRENCH AUTHORITIES TRYING TO UNRAVEL MYSTERY SUR- ROUNDING ART EDITOR'S DEATH Paris, Nov. French police are confromed by another murder mystery, in the death of Edmond Chardon, a widely-known Paris art f editor whose mutilated body, so it now appears, was found last Saturday morning on the Paris, Lyons and Med- iterranean Railway track, near the Elation of Mcuchard, 250 miles from here. The authorities were also deceived into believing that M. Chardon had committed suicide, and In the simplic- ity ct that belief they promptly snd without much inquiry, buried his body. There was not even the formality of an autopsy. A mysterious bearded man of blonde complexion is sought by the detec- tives. When .M. Chardon left his Par- is otfk-e las; ritUuy evening, a wo- man next door saw the blonde indi- vidual accompany the art editor Into a taxi-cab, which quickly vanished. According to Chardon'3 widow and his colleague, M. Picard, there was no known motive for suicide: for 'Char- don young, healthy, welMo-db and iii his1 chocofl culling. A probable clue to the motive of the trag edy. I'hanlcm's relatives and assist- ants assert, lies in his recent mode of living. His 'wife is an invalid, and he had become devoted to the gay life of Montmartre. The theory is that some of Chardon's friends in a gay set got hold of letters he had written to a designing woman of beauty. She or he-r accomplices demanded money on promise of restoring the comprom- ising letters to him. Mouchard was suggested by the plotters us a rendez- vous for the accomplishment of the' bargain. When they got him there, they killed him. possibly first drug- ging him, and then placing his insen- sible body on the railroad tracks. What appears to clinch the murder is the fact that the only money found in Chardon's clothing was five francs in coin, though h? had n con- riclorable nuaiher cf notes whsn left his in Paris, and got into the taxi-cab with the btaiule man. A thirtj'-franc note, stained with blood, was found some distance from the tracks, beside Chardon's overcoat, which had been neatly foMed. His watch and rings are missing, too. I HAVE NOT QUITE COMPLETED j PRAIRIE SECTIONS WITHIN LIMIT OF ACT Harvey Laitibw, 13, oi Ayl- ner, saved his two-year-old brother from drowning. The rescuer had just recovered from having both arms broken. Don't Neglect Your Opportunity in on Dominion Square. At the present rate it will soon be too late. 430 lots were sold last week. Call at our office op- posite the Herald and-get particulars and se- cure one or more lots of this popular sub- division. Mitford Co., Owners Ottawa, Nov. G.T.p. will, it is said tonight, apply for an ex- tension on the prairie section of the railway. Last year they asked for and obtained an extension of twelve months. This period expires on Dec. 1. The section has been nearly com- but some work remains to be done, and. can he very well proceeded during the winter months. Vice- President William Wainwrighl and General Counsel II. Biggar ol the G.T.P., were in Ottawa loninht. and the matter w.is discussed. It is likp.- ly that a short extension will be granted. j Winnipeg, Nov.. Barbara Wylic, militant suffragette, from Lon- don, Eng., arrived in the. city yester- day, and will fcc actively engaged to- j day in making arrangements for pro- I pogawla work here. She has already iljeen in Canada for two months as a 'representative of the woman's social and political union of England, mak- l ing the trip across the continent. Principal Gordon of Queen's Vni- versity, speaking of the Normal i school at Ottawa, pleaded ior the j use'of the Kibie in the schools. Opposite Herald BAVARIAN GIRLS j TO BE PROTECTED' .Munich, Xov. a protection for young girls leaving the country to join theatrical companies or' troupes as Variety and danc-. ers, the Bavarian Minister of the In- terior has issued a decree to the ef- fect that before heing allowed to leave Bavaria young girls will have to obtain a written testimonial from their parents or legal guard'fns that the journey is fccing undertaken with their consent. i i This testimonial will then t.e ex- chanced by the police authorities ior a pass. Should, however., the author- ities have reason to believe that the errand is a doubtful one, even the t parents state thai they fcave made investigations, power is given to nin- ,-der the jouroej' by placisg the girts j as wards ic Chancery, withtoldins i the pass until satisfactory investiga- i I tion s have been made through reli-i fable sources. j The Oakwood Methodist Church, J stud to he the finest in any village in j thr Dominion, lias been foniuilly op-' encd. It cost i Must Sell 12 lots, Sixth Avenue North, well located, nice buildings around same. Price for quick sale. Terms HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN Reward offered for informa- tion leading to the conviction of parties destroying oar sigaa. The Dowsley Mulhera Land Co. Sherlock Blslcr. Tib St.