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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 0f The Lcthbrldge Dally Herald, .Saturday, April 30,1910. Page 13 . C LOWES & CO. After all the Safest and Best Investmeiiit you can find is a piece of Lethkidge Real Estate v. You can't pck out any piece of property in this city that won't h nuch more in a year from now. So why hesitate? For Genuine Bargains See These:- e wor th VVAKEIIOISE Sr� Two lots on Frd 8t., near Wesdnijislor, spin-track in rear.jPrice -54,750. cash. Bal. 4 and 8 jnontlj HOUSE ! Fullv moder8 roomed house on London lload near IHlett, 2 lots. Price 15,000.00? 11,300 cash. al. easy. ACRE Acre lot in Block 4 Agnew Street. This is in the residential district and would make a very profitable holding. Price 13150.00. Terms arranged. KESIDENTIAL 2 lots corner of Bartlett and London Road, .$1,800. Half cash, balance 6 and 12 months. HOUSE 8 roomed fully modern new house. Lot has 38 ft. frontage. On Ashmead Street, near Conrtland. Price |4,700. 12,000 cash. Bal. easy. INSIDE PROPERTY 2 lots Block 33, Glyn Street. Price $16,000. $6,000 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. F. C LOWES AND COMPANY Phone 311 Real Estate and Financial Brokers Loans and Insurance Kean Block, Ford St. J. R. ANDERSON, Manar Lethbridge Branch OFFICES: CALGARY, LETHBRIDGE, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER, HIGH RIVER, NANTON cept own money: is sorry. ,, witness gave .Mr. Bowen a letter lo .Mr. Blggar in ICdnionton. Bowen had no plan formed at that time as to financing the construction of the road, but witness expected .Mr. Bowen had the idea of a liond guarantee from the .Mherta government. .Mr. .MiiUy said that lie had seen, Cornwall al Kdiiionlon and thought | him a very energetic man and one ol' groat ability. Mr. Walsh: "We all realize lliat.: now." .Mr. .Minty said he was first shown ,1. K. Cornwall's transfer of his sharo^s : (o W. 1{. Clarke some tiino after the i commission of ii'iiiilry began. He: was told by (.:ornV.all as early as Nov-j ember, 1908, that he was giving )ils interests in the Athabasca syndicate to W. It. Clarke. > Witness did not jiay any attention j as to what Cornwall was to got for j his interests. Mr. Clarke made gen-j eral reference to his Inlerosts with Mr. Cornwall in the stpambo_a,tji. German Offered to &erve Time to Save Him-Judge Wat Stern. HaniUton, Ont., April 29.-BYed Fritz, a German, would serve six months in jail to let his pet dog live. At the police court this morning, when Magistrate Jelfs imposed a fine of ?50 or eeven days and ordered that the dog, which had been running at large unmuzzled, be shot, Fritz offered to do six months if his woraliip would allow the dog to live. iFritz's unique offer was turned down, and he was sent to jail for week. The dog 'has been shot. TORONTO EARLY CLOSING HOUR Toronto, April Z'J.-To close all hotels and liquor stores in the city at nine o'clock in the evening and at five o'clock on Saturday afternoon is the aim of the executive of the city branch of the Citizens' League. A meeting lias been iheld and a gen-ereaV programme to figure in the next municipal election was talked over. WILL TAX FLOUR. liondon, April '^9.- The Canadian .Associated Press understands that taiiff reformers still propose to place a duty on colonial flour. The Tariff Reform Licague, In a published statement welcomes the Immunity of taxation for colonial wheat, and has pledg ed itself to support this policy. Old Country capitalists have promised to�build a 11^,000 mill with a capacity of 100 barrels a day in Cam-rose this year. 270 lots by Auction KIPP Townsite will be sold by public auction in the Lyceum Theatre ON May 4th Commencing at 10.30 a.m. The site is situated on the Macleod Lethbridge main railway line, on the old Macleod trail, it is at the junction point of the Lethbridge-Aldersyde branch and also the junction of the Diamond branch line. Phone $8$ ;