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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, THE LETIIBKinGE DA ILY TIKKALI) Many ShrewdDutside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property If you can invest Here is a Snap ,125-19tli St. rooms, all papered. Ollar, water, Bower being pin I'i'Ico cash, balance por month. 12 lots, Illock H, North Ward, near now school, tnrins HOUSES TO Avo. S., 7 rooms, fully modern', per month. PHONE 1235 Ask for Brokerage Department MITFORD COMPANY OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited FIFTH 1Z14 Real Estate Money to Loan Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Special for this week 2 lots each 30 wide, close to new school. Price for the pair. Oiie-hair cash, balance m three months; North -Lctktridge Realty G0. 'PHONE Ml Fire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per month The C. ;B. Bowman Agency ACAOIA ILOCK. PHONE 132V Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lots facing iiorib, on Seventh Avenue South, on sewer and neai' Fifteenth Street'South; short time Freeman MacLeod Coa Dominion Block Phone Must Sell at Saerifice On account of ill health and consequent inability fo manage, a client of mine is compelled 10 sell ai. a sacrifice a very valuable trwe.t of land, containing "US acres, all well-fenced and undpr cul- good water, some under irrigaiion, sinmlc about 7 miles southeast of Lethbridge mid 1 1-2 miles from Wilson's I wit! pay the customary commission to any real estate agent who furniehes. a buyer. Will give good terms and take iu other real estate part payment. Lepal description of land Section 17-8-20 and part adjoining section. For Foirther Information Writ, to Cedarville, We Are Going to Sell In ten ,'icre tracts, tivo hundretr acres choice fruit, lauds nt (.'reston B.' C. and give some one the balance of the tract, twenty-three Thi.s i? ideal land. Price and terms are right. Have you ever Grcston? O. T. LATHROP firm Luntft Stafford Block Farms Loans Worth Investigating Rail acre (will make 6 lots) located one block south of ('iallirailb School. cash, balance to suit. The Cascaden Land Co. OFFICE' 10 j MACDONALO BLOCK MADE ABSURD BLUNDERS; HELPS WORLD PEACE Diplomat Severely Criti- cises Both Germany and Britain Tlie-IIuglia, .Holland, Sept. fine a situation and it loses its ter- once said Bisinark of a pecul- iarly difficult and Hi requeuing phase of the European situation which de- veloped aloiiK innocent JJIIPK after the great chancellor luul .searched out its hidden intricacies with his blunt ont- sjiolten common sense Ihe same thing, according to the opinion of an inieriuuio-nal jurist, taking part here in a minor arbitra- tion, has been said about the AngJo- (ici'imin situation. "They are in the he said, "of having defined lo ow. another their conditions in which they would go to war.' BotJi have made absurd blunders, but blun- ders- which maite foi' "world peace. German diplomacy, at one moment blatant, at another timorous, lias mady the fund a mental mistake of thin king that IQnglaml could be scared by the bogie of German dreadnalights into giving way in -Morocco, in Palestine, in West Africa, in a word ai all points where the colonial in- terests of these two gregt empires clash. Chi the' other, hand Britain made Ihe mistake of not once tak- ing up that challenge by force of iirins. rather tiian by'inspired utter- ances of her Lloyd Georges, and Win- ston Ohurchills, she would have struck hard and definitely as soon as there was a squadron pf German dread- naughts to be destroyed." ft would have been a defensive act so regarded by the civilized dCBpito the seiufmcntaliKin of her pol- iticians who masquerade as states- men. A lioiie-ss does not wait to de- fend her cubs until they have been snatched from here OIK; by one. on (his Informant, who will not pfM'init his identity to be dls- result bus been that both countries have II.MV sized up tlie sit- uation and see that neither can conic out complete victors without making tremendous' sacrifices which would he little better than defeat- It is all very well for .Mr. Churchill to talk big and say that Brita-in can afford to lose ship for ship with Germany and yet co'm'v out .conqueror. As regards Ger- many, certainly, but at a cost which must rbducc Ihe lirst navy power to fourth or'fiflh.for the time being ai least. A very poor solace for the victory in 'tho North Sea. Likewise (je'rmany sees that so long as Prance remains true to, England she can gain nothing by forcing a struggle. Her recent manouvres did riot encourage her. .There are a thousand powerful reasons why 'she could not force conflict and Britain will noi. then will happen. Germany, less even than Great Britain, can RT.S- tain long the doubling and trebling GRANT APPLEBY The Ontario veterinary collage ent, who was itabbed to death by "Wild Pete" Cotllns, In front of his home at Cobdcn, Out, GREAT CROWD AT CONGRESS MEMBERS OF AUSTRIAN IM-PER IAL FAMILY ATTEND CATH- EQRAL SERVICE Vienna, Austria, Sept. con- cluding festival seiBlon of the euctoar- istic congress -was held this mdrnipg in the rotunda of the Caihadral of'St. of the cost of novaj armaments. The j Stephens., It was attended by lime.'approaches' when it. will cheaper to, tight. But. is it not clear to every student of--history that, these two countries.sie making a final Ef- fort frighten one another with bog- ies before coming to terms ou a sen- sible basis." "The negotiations at Chiasse." he taid, "are to be as seriously as Hit; Vurko-tTalian war itself, that !ij to say. .1 wording to the disposition of the individual to view this Houffe of Hit; Mediterranean." PREPARING FOR THE DUKE Vlacleod Will Have Enter- tainment of Interesting Character Marlpod, Sept. I surer Brown anil Alderman (Irady rti-j fumed from Lin: Municipal Conven- lion with greater love for their hoine j town than they had when they left a few days previous. j In conversation wilh these men they i j ileelare Maclcuri IK Ihe best town tin-J tattcially and every other way, when' Iliey heard the tell of. tin1 jrnmfitimi' their finances are in, and their position relative tn assessment, jlliey '.vert! K.ifiKiicd, and proud to tell I (lie convention that we are a happy mid-contented. people, with the -best; I lown in all the west, having an as- I sessmcnt rate1 nf 7 mills tor this year, 1912, and the hesl; streets ai the least cost. labor is vefy1 scarce in lines ol crowd despite.an incessant, rain. Sev- eral members of the Austrian Imper- ial family and a great number of aris- tocrats also were present. The last speaker was the papal legate Cardui- al Van Rbssum, who had celebrated.; pontificlal mass at the Cathedral in the, presence of an" im- mense congregation. Emperor Frances Joseph will re- ceive the principal members of the Congress at the Hefburg tonight. The official weather-forecast is extremely unpromising and there is little hope of the great procession from the cath- edral to the Hbfburg planned for to- morrow, bfcing held. The attendance of cardinals, a.reh- hishopK. bishops! and priests from out- clde Austria is estimated at between four and live thousand. GLEN WOOD NEWS 4n work. Laborers arc nnu- receiving .11) cents per hour. TJie contract for the sewer from Ihe NVW. AI. I1., barracks lo join' the, town" main, was, let- on Monday, nut laborers are scarce, anil it will takt: the contractor all {.ill j to complete the. work. Olenwcod. Sepi., Nearly every- Anotiier bit; sali; .of subdivision. lots j one in this district has all their. grain in -industrial. -PI aw is reported 1o cut and" ihroshing is going. QU on all eastern RyinlinUeK. While the price is j sides. Several .new threshers have not mentioned, it is understood to I purclmyed by local men and, weallicr permiiting. all grain will be taken care of before winter begins. cl'ons are the: fflrm- ers are busy as bees and the very satisfactory. The various crews of the Gas Co. i arc busy connecting; up the houses to the mains, and ihe .service will he leady, for use during September. song with thorn as well. The school has been two Naas Valley 40 acre Farms 'clown, and per month, willi 0 pei ucji L'in There's a 40 arre farm n waiting you'iu the Isaas Valley. Qof a "h'onic" (haT-vfill for itself with- in a.year. Pull particmla_rs on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Block AGENT SECUKITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" and Lift Inturinct to Noem It, Hull LtthkrMft, Phon. 7H. M7, jilt City, ftiymirid ftttnt' 5. CADETS GO TO KNOX CHURCH! j ue ciiiiiuui HUB ut-'en iwu criticism is bean] of the cost under the management of Prin-l xt he of ttle of'gas, since HIP announcement oMhc cipal U. O. Wright. Miss Edkh Har- same company tn carry gas to is the assistant teacher. There iiippg iind sell ii fin' crnts. It i.s are eight pupils iu Grade V1H. who perhaps like lit-pf. liic farther ii :s expect to write on the public, school carried the clirapcr it is. leaving examination next June. ..The Miss L. i'ldiid, who has spent- the summer at hou.v. left for Toronto toj attend Ilavergal Ladies' College. .Mr. Jlci'rea, manner of ilic H. X. j initial enrolment was -10 pupils which speaks very "well for the interest tak- i en by the people, even though it is I such a busy time. Mayor Sledman called a meeting rf w M Q_ been vjsk. Hie comm. ices U> arrange .or Ihe A. Bank, left last week on a holiday j here pagt ft.eek gl {Diikrs visit. A full meeting was re- trip to Toronto. Montreal and >'ew j Leilvlt, j ported, tho various committees up-; York. i j'oint'.-d, and the celehration is uowj McLaughlan who has been t under way, ;imf will he a uniqtji line thai wil] for citizens of hoth 'town and country, for Victoria. H. where he hr.c; ron- j Those who, look part, in Uip, Stain-1 siderable interests. .Mac. will lie I perle will assisi in the entertainment, missed hv his manv friends and cus- one himdred of the School! .BattaHoii participated in the ftrgt church of the hattalian la charge of ;Lieut. Instructor FHnser they turned out yetterdar attend divine worship at Knox church Companies from Central, High, Ward- minster and Fleet wood flcfaoofe represented, and the whole iu column of fours assembled in the Mounted Po- lice barracks, and were headed to church by the Band, which turn-ed. out to honor'the occasion. Sev- eral of the members of the'; school board marched with the cadets arid sat' among them during the semce. This was the first occasion on which the citizens of Lath bridle have had an opportunity to see the cadeti, which were established as a battalion some time last year. The j-outhfiil soldiers in training all appeared In their natty khaki uniforms with'belts, and, many weic the complimentarj re- marks not, onl> on their general ap- pearance, but also on the precision- with 'which -they marched and execut- ed the movements' required of them during the parade The members of ;he Board or Education'-were highly iileased with the shoeing and cadet nstructioii. will certainly continue to be of the features of school edu- cation in this city. Rev. Mr. Cameron preached the ser- mon on this occasion, taking his I, bathed in heaven. He told of -the famous swords In hiatoij will Ine as long as the world, but lie said that the most powerful sword of all was two yearp, is the present I McLaiighlan one, I tract ing and building in iiacleod, si Id to her hod, for nearly credit, lo the his business home ir.d Ht slowly recovering; ut time. A great ninny people are making the heat, of their opportunities 'by go- .in.f the reserves will he represented tomcrs v by all Hie me.tiiliers of. the various j Anioinj; tin- uianv sheaves of grain tribes tn (in honor in the fireat Fa- reccivrtl by the dn-farming conui.it- thor, as the {lovernur-goiicral is term-; ;rcs> none are hciter than that given j by R- Ii. t-ofTee. of .Standoff, which iMaeleoil people will welcome Supi. he estimatps will yield over 100 hush-i wome.n are as busy as the south again in his els per acre. i result. for something to be done and the men of the -town" are grave- ly considering the proposition. It is to be hoped that, some good will re- sult from their deliberations. Mr. Savage, the manager of the Glen wood store, expects Miottrer ship- K. A. Law is very sick. j ment of fruit in a few fays. Mrs. Farrel who has been confined! Mr. Archie Xielabn has gone to Or- ton lo harvest his grain there. PRIZE FOR PERFECT GIRL on Ihe river daily hunting berries! The chokr cherries uro just ripe now and bushels of them are being made j into jelly every day ai'ter the day's hunt. Fresh fruit from the stores also are receiving thoir attention and the men as a will bo home on North Lethbridge Snap 2 iQlfi, 10S-100, block 7, Avo. A. N., containing 1-2 story, I room house; water, light and sewer; on sidewalk; well plfcfttered. Price cash, halanee (i '2' inonihiV. BOX 300, HERALD Ilarsimu t, new position as. divisional superin- j londrnl of the C.P.K. He hits many j friends in vim are lielighted j to hear ni his promotion. Ropcrts I'mm north, east and wes! Hint reach Aladeod are iliat the wheat is yielding morr bush- els to Ihe acre than was looked for, the is much heller, inid tlie pric'e. As high as 17 bushels IMS been Hire-shed south of le Udlliwe.ll district, is Eiv- iny, iiood results from Hip fields :colorl threshed, and promises to exceed yll I'-iiKl recfirds as io and (juini-; (1ily. Miiiliiun. three miles rmislied MHi tlnv ex- j peris the of yield at U2 htistiels per arrc. I The polo Onished yos- lei'day, the northern team carrying jnfi the pmmum, N'orth I'firk second, [and Miirlenn1 third. In the local -jind iniijvidnal playing Sconpall led, with j Kvans a close, and licrty Meiiliic third place. The local tea'm save a dance for the visitors, which well at.le'M'ed, and ed by all A crowd attende.d all the Alines. framn Kn.cland won by one point. Hull (linn font in UPS active, permii s are l.einu liiktn out rierv dav, Duck h nut ins Is the order of the BUYS C. M. RUSSELL PICTURES Will of Eccentric Swiss Stipulates Physical and Moral Qualifies- titns Geneva, Sept. thousand annnalfy is to be given as a prize to the most perfect girl, both physically and Savoy, This is tho provision of the will, of .M. Garret, a wealthy and eccentric ex-deputy of Chambery. who retired lion held annually. day for all the Glenwood sports. On Thursday nifi'ht. President Xellie] from politics years ago and -lived in fCalgnry Hernldt nf Illfl J1- A- Zavc lbc I an alpine grotto in Savoy. His death Sir Henry .M. Vellau of Toronto10'" Iilc association a very pleasant j is just announced.' yesierday piirchiiscd four larpc oil i al lier homo- Refreshments I entire fortune is left to the paintings nnd one wnter color from worc served nud reiuiings. recitationn IOW1I OI] condiUoil the compeli. tho collection of paintings of C'lwrlfls S011R3- crr- wcrfl "lvon b-v .M. KHSB..II. the .-owboy artist, on The was spent! hibiiion at the .Srampt'dt-srounds. The mo-s' as well as, profitably. titles are. "Heads ;uid Tails." Tnts Olenwood choir have enterod j Horse Klcfih t'onu.; "in cholp cont-csi in Cardston to be out Knofkinc" (a held during: tho Cardsion fair on Hep-. t ember 20 'and !il, Thoy art- practic- ing hiird nini "ji4l seem confident of: winning iho shield ag'ain year. Some not in (he choir seem however, on aet-ount of Magrarh en- j torinR with a second choir in class II., hut this Is only servinj; lo miiKo the choir work harder. i .Mr. ijingham and his daughter .Mrs.; Loisiimjin, tcit Tor t'lah on Tlnirsdayj morning. Thny been visiting! frlontls and relatives in Clonwood for! Hit: past month. They came up from i on tlir excursion in August, Jamos l.ayton has all his furnishing t for his new butcher shop on hand but; has not opened up yet, being nimbU-i 10 KCI hiivd help on the farm. He e.x-1 pffCts to open the shop in the very J near future. Plans" are. under way for a water syaltHii for .1. .M. sloy gives his opinion that water mi gin lit1 had in (lien wood for ?ouO that of- iiKd in first cgninat moet oi nil. The tbifiK about tfea that temjHred ft IB Mthed in hwveo wberc all te' love. Applying storj to "life, er tbat our hnpwtwtit- sword is the tonfue. wields our influence all 'through life ao4 unless lempeted utth not" peihaps going t0 do the which IB expected of it la relation to our fellow men. the the hattiUoo as- semHfed outside the church and to the ban acks, they were dismissed for the; day: l 3 An Opportunity to Start Farming I 160 acres Clowe to- Taber. per acre. Terms pevacrc cash, balance payments. Some excellent bnysdn Lethbridge property T. H. Stagg Co. Johnjon Block _ Ptione Lethbridge AGood'Buy For Quick Sale 2 Jots, 4 and 5, block L, Alexander Addition, facing on 13tb tiLiti., Price f 1-3 cash, balance 4 and Box Uci-aM "MfM itiK f.'amp." These acc'i in Air Henry's new ('otlrRc Toronto, which is (i-te oi 'he palatial of Toronto's rosidfticcp. It is probable that, arranfiemcijts be made lo have Mr. Hussiell's for another wc.-k in Calgary. Tho miry iitirchiised remain on the walla till tlie of tho Klampcdo. TEAMSTERS f-1 HIKE AT EDIVIONTOM employed by ri noon thn city and con- work Kftn.VJilly on Monday and will remain out until (hoy have received an wilh illrir individn.il employers which will satisfy, thoir The call for tin: strike was issued today by Uio Kxecutivt- board of the KPiionil loam-otei'si Local worili of work. Kvevyborly i.s anxious CHARLES SEYMOUR One of the keepers at the Riverdale Zoo, Toronto, who was mauled to death by a big Russian bear We Have Received loday a bunch of good rcsidonl inl lots at sac.- rificc. prices and shall be pleased to qnnle you on any of tbc'in. If you buy through us, you buy righl. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bide. 7Ui SI. ;