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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Saturday. August THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property inside residential or subdivision property MIT FORD COMPANY Choice Residential Sites S lots in Alexander Addition, well located, on water, 5300 each 1-3 cash, balance C. and 12 months. MONEY TO LOAN FIRE AND'LIFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited PHONE 1214 PHONE (36 Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully modern house, with or without furniture; close iiu The C. B. Bowman Agency BLOCK. PHONE 1321. .Our specialty is furnishing labor for Railroad Contractors and Companies. All kinds of, help furnished oil short notice. Satis- faction -guaranteed. T. H. Go. EmploymentAgency HEAD OFFICE: 323 FIFTH STREET LETHBRIDGE, NIGHT PHONE .1404 OFFICE PHONE 1327 ahvay'Sfliave a, few. bargains' in' Eanii and. City Property. Hotels are paying propositions in the west. ,For sale, one, price guaranteed li- cense. Terms 1-3 cash, balance. easy. SEC.tJKITY'INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Lake City, :v'.x Raymond Alta., Phone 5, In 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit We're brought in from the "United States into Western Canada, through one port of'entry. It -is-estimated Fifteen hundred cars .for'1 the''same-routing for 1912. Think it over, O. T. LATHROP Firm Stafford Block DO NOT PAY RENT Buy A New Home Jhilly modern ,seven roomed house, full sized ccjiient floor basement; newly firiished. This hoviae is sltnateti on seventh Avenue South; and is within 'five blocks of the business centre of the" city. PBICE YOUR OWN TERMS The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1058 McDonald Block The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOHIIS FIKE INSURANCE KeaJ Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE the Finest Business 'Sites- in JN'oi'tli Lethbridge close to Westminster Meat Market on luth St., N., Price J1600, 1-3 cash, balance H and 12 months. This is the best buy oh the street and we believe the only lot south or 5th Avenue at the .price. North LetKbridge Realty Co. RAYMOND POOL ROOMS MUST CLOSE ON TIME For Quick Sale First class .grocery located.' .Price actual cptet ol- and Good termi, Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Shtrlock Phone 721 D. L. KIHBALL, Managor ihe Town Council Issues Other Civic Business Raymond, Aug. regular monthly meeting of the llnymond Council was held last night In the Council-Chamb-cr of ihe town hull, Mayor Kvaus in.-the Councillors O'Brien, Hawkins, Pow- elson, Allen and Hicks were present. Councillor Holfson was absent be- cause of the illness in liis family. After the reading of the minutes, the regular order of business was sus- pended. Chas. McCarty, who was pre- sent, addresued the Council regarding the closing c-f a land through tile resi- dential property which he purchased from Mr. Wm. Knight. Mr.' McCarty understood when he bought the pro- perty that the land wag closed. It was pointed out by the Council that if the land belonged to the city, and Mr. McCarty hud It closed for twelve years. It could be claimed by posses- sion. There was also a discussion from the members as to 'whether thi lane could be sold, and on motion o Councillors O.'Brien, the matter wai referred to the Works and Propert) Committee for investigation. Additions iire. being to thi drug store and Ce B. C. cafe. Thi new additions are .of brick, and an built against the old buildings. Mr McCarty, -the owner, was not sure tha in building; he had conformed to re quiremenU within the fire limit, and asking the Council that he be permitt ed to finish the building without mak Ing the side next the original building fire proof, and on motion of Council lors Hicks and" Powelson, the reques-i was granted. A letter was read from Palmer anc L-ewis, town solicitors, regarding an enquiry its to whether, further penalty could be added to all town taxes in arrears from last year, and the opin- ion given by their-Mr, H. Osllund to the eKect, that the 19il was closed under the old municipal ordin- ance, which added fj per cent, for tax- es and arrears, and that further ally could not be imposed. The letter signed 'by the Mayor and Town Clerk of the town of Leduc asked if Raymond would EJIVCT a con- ventions for towns of Over one thqus- and population, at which the new act governing towns would be discussed. It was moved by Councillor Allen, seconded by Councillor Hawkins that th-a secretary write the town of Le- duc that, section PO of the new Towns Act provides ample'scope for the li- censing of business within the town. Supervisor's Report Discussed The report of the Supervisor of Pub- lie it came up for considerable discussion. Objec- tion was made by Councillor Allen to thq, furnishing of boots for the super- visor's assistant, !n( connection with his on the waterworks 'mains. It was 'explained by Mr, Harris that the precedent had been established, ind that the boots 'were long rubber boots, and wero now in ihe posses- oil the ground that hfl was not a town prisoner, and the seei-elary was asked] to write the Attorney-General as to; liow such fees might be collected. Council Complaint of Solicitor's Absence The Mayor calted for a report from the :uid in answer to his request, Councillor Allen, chair- man Of this committee, replied that be fore making his report there several fnr a lawyer to de- cide, and he had been unable to find cither Mr. Palmer or Mr. Lewis. Th-3 matter of collecting taxes could-not be decided on until the solicitors 'were consulted. Councillor Allen suggest- ed that those in. arrears for taxes! should get no water from the town, j Councillor Pow.elson ashed regard-! Ing the cutting on lots with-j In the town the Marshall said that he was just waiting for in- ductions from the Council; The government Inspector had threatened to sue the town if these j weeds were not attended to, and on motion of Councillors Powelson and the Marshall- was instructed [o proceed to destroy them. Here again the advice of. the solicitor was needed, but he was not present at the Council. Pool Must Stop on The Marshall also stated that he was having difficulty in enforcing the pocsl ordinance, which said that pool rooms must close at 12 o'clock on five nights cf the and 11 o'clock on Saturdays. One of the pool proprie- tors, in 'particular, he claimed had gone over time tour minutes. The matter of proving' the time correct up, and, the Mayor suggested that the solicitors should be consulted, if it was possible to get them. On motion of Councillor O'Brien and Allen, it ''was decided to inform the keepers of pool parlors that the -time-of R. A. Gillies, local jeweler, would be taken as 'standard, and pro- secutions would be made on this time. It was suggested by the Mayor of the meeting that'an' adjournment made tiUMon-j day .night, to takenup the apportion- ni-ant 'ror the different committees on i the estimates for' the year. It was al-'j so decided that the bills and accounts; should remain over till this meeting. International Dry-Farmjng t Congreii to Award. Fifty for'Special Ex- cellence in General, Display Eion o-r the town. It was stated in the discussion that Gibb, who, by arrangement, is installing the water forks connections; had refused to make good tha defective work, which the Council alleges had been done, ind the secretary informed the Cpun- il that he had prepared a contract or Mr. Gibb, hut he. had refused to sign it. An item for meals for a pris- mer in the local pail was .objected to greas, literature publish-ad by the or- ganization, and all bulletins and mag- zines of. a scientific nature that are jpleLcd the. financing of under its directions. The pra-hand deals in London, TJie Board of Governors, of ihe In- ternational ..Dry- If arm ing Congress, will, held its -annual convention and exposition here the -fourth week of August next announces that lo stim' il.ite interest in (he general display nade at -this exposition and ion 'among' individual.. farmers among arm-women and juveniles, a life mem- will be awarded for- special to -fifty exhibitors, A life membership in this .Interna- ional organization: carries with it an- rual reports and courtesies at the con UNVEGAN The Heart of the Peace River Country The -Eyet of the Continent are upon the Peace River Country: The eyes of the railroad companies are upon the Peace lliver. Country, in general and upon DUNVEGAN in particular. W H Y BECAUSE Peace Rlvercountry has many natural advantages over the other localities, and DUNVEGAN is in of tbe'peace River; that is why five railroads are racing to British-.Columbia, railroad, Canadian Northern, Grand Trunk Pacific. Dunyegan ft Bella Cola, Pine Pass Route and Fort George fe.buhvegan With the completion of railroads and when the.. Panama. Canal is completed, will.be the assembling grain centre for 'a great er district than ia Edmonton, Winnipeg, .Min- neapolis, St. Louis or Kansas City. A glance at the map will prove this-assertion. vegan as a great railroad centre, will be a divisional point for all classes of railroad THERE IS A REASON Agnes Dean Cameron in her noted lecture on the '-Northern says: "I am .net in the real state business; I am not a real estate woman, but- when the towniite'of Dunv egan Is placed on the market, buy ail the lots you'can." THERE IS A REASON Invested in Calgary, Van couver, Saskatoon, Lethbridge or any other western city a. years ago would have made money for you You are face to face v. ith the same chance DUNVEGAN The future City of the Great Peace, River Gauntry; DUNVEGAN OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC THE 1E8T. INVESTMENT ON THE, MARKET. 3 ou act now and take the advantage of it or win you be one of these "If J only and let this golden opportunity pasa by-vou? Lots are jelling from to MOO. Terms: Third balince 12 .inrij.1l monttn, ACT AT ONCE AND GET YOUR BEST SELECTION SEE, WRITE OR WIRE- DUXVEGAN PEACE RIVER TOWSTSITE Co., Limited Northern Star Realty Co. Bryan Block, Lethbridge, Alia, Local Selling Agentf PUTS THROUGH A BIG DEAL FINANCED SEVERAL LARGE LAND IN OLD COUNTRY Aug. John .B1. general manager of the 2s; or th Saskatchewan Land Co., was one of the passengers on the Royal Edward. Hanson has just corn- several England. He sent holders of life -memberships In j has arranged for the organization of the loruiinlzatlon are large represent-1 Kindeislev (SasUichenan.) Land ative agriculturists and few Poetic-1 u Mpltallzatl'OI1 of al drv-farmers who. at some of the: previous expositions, have been t0 atquire a larSC [block of Canadian Northern Farm Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 1191. 1210, 1007. or-ed iherehy in recognition of their moritorious exhibits made. Special For 20 days in good business property CORNEfl REDPATH AND 12th teat .on Ave.. 125. feet on street, has good S room fully modern house, rented for .per month. This Is without doubt the best buy in the city today. Price J16.GOO. Terms balance in 6. 12, 18 months.' Ferris Ransom Lands, in .the Kinilersloy. district, nlso for the Terminal Cities of Canada, Limited, to purchase lands in the Canadian Northern townsites j of'Montreal, Toronto ami" Port Manri.' .The latter 'Vill a cap- (nr millions Lund Land 'Co., Ltd. P; Lurid, President HEAD OFFICE" CRANBllOOK, B.C. See us ftbout Innds in the .Beautiful Kooieuny Valley Orcliui'd and (Janlun Tracts Lands Visit'Our Experimental Farms at .WARDNER, IJ.'t1.. MARYSVILLE, B, C. BOYS' AND GIRLS MAY EXHIBIT Seven Classes Provided for Juveniles by the Internationl Dry-Farmed Products Exposition The gro'wth of boys' anc girls' clubs in rural commiifiittes, tlie success of many in recent corn and grain tests, and the stimulus that liberal premiums for 'displays offer to the youngstcrE, hag--. led- the exposition committee' of .-the International Dry- Farmed Products Exposition, to be held here October .19-2tJth next to ar- range for seven classes "in which they may enter. A valuable nremiuni will be award- ed for the best collective exhibit of products of the dry-farm.in 1012 made by a boy or girl under 15 years 6f age and special space will be set nside rce .to each bey or girl who desires i to enter nnd make an exhibit, similar Hoba government, to'a district display, in addition the Foard of Control will give a trophy to the hoy or girl under years who exhibits the best Rrngses find re-rage amples, (he best vegetables and bast fruit (green or in .Ihe best EDMONTON'S NEW INDUSTRIAL HEAD Edmonton, Alta Aug M. Mall, who -has conic to 5 Edmon- ton as industrial 'commissioner' foi the mumcipalitv, is a natnc of niiortc Island, born in providence, he gained his, earl} newspaper exprricncc on .the cepp.rtoria.l of the .Journal and the. :'Af- teruard he was identified with the Tribune and the Saturday Post of Winnipeg, also being compet- ed with the'- industrial; bureau "of Winnipeg in various capacities since its organization -in 1007 Jn 'compahj' With 'Charles F. T "Rol- and, industrial' commissioner' b( Win- nipeg, Mr Halt made a tour of the prairie provinces in ''advance, of the business 'men's committee of Can- ada's mlrrnaUonRl exposition -and Selkirk centennial ami vas aftfrmard appointed publicitv camm the municipality of niontnn in interesting -jirospeptiva manuiacturers in the, undeveloped. re-< sources and opportunities in this'citj and the tributary-districts. CONSERVATIVE .ELECTED MoosefJfivi, result fll- Willow Quncli lecoimt in the :recenfc and whjeh took place at Btngough, was telegraphed the city today W Davidson1! Conservative candidate, is elected by votes. sheaf grain, the best threshed grain and the test collou, he exposition. The project failed be- cause the Dominion government could not sec its way. .clear'? to a grant of to' he joined with ;t stnlilar amount subscribed by the municipality and menY -of j Wiiitiipre, the railroads' and the Man- Mr. Trail has a' Miorouch knowledge of conditions and affairs in .western C'anarta, and is familiar with indus- trial conditions in f-'astern Canada, and the t'nitad .Slates by person.il observation inquiry. .He will work under the .direction of the com- FOR QUICK SALE Two Splendid Lois 6th Ava 8., land St.) close to cor- ner. each- 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2 cars7 HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St., ;