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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HM LlTHMIMt TURIOAY, DECEMBER 7, 1lOt. THE H -D'S ReML. BSTRTE MRRKET" Same Old had to Move in Four Years Buys and Sells City Four Lots High and Level in the Alexander Addition. Only each. eal Estate 5 LEVEL RESIDENCE east facing, in Block each; each cash; bal. 6 and 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK I T t Thi ee Lots corner Westminster Road and Charles Street, each, terms t T R. V. GIBBONS OTT PHONE BLOCK 222 FINANCES OF THIS CITY Statement Ten Months Prepared By Secretary Treasurer HOMES SEVEN ROOMS MODERN............ON TWO LOTS SIX ROOMS MODERN................ON TWO LOTS CLOSE IN AND GOOD TERMS The Alberta Securities, Ltd.- Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH ATTENTION YOU HOUSE HUNTERS 6 ROOMED FULLY MODERN finished and a snap at Courtland cash Tery Following is the financial statement of the city for the ten months ending Oct. 31st of this year, as given out by the secretary treasurer at the nom- ination meeting yesterday. It was J explained that while the revenue ur. till that time was only a little over jiive thousand dollars above the total j receipts, there was still about three thousand dollars to be collected for jpoll taxes and over ten thousand back taxes still unpaid. Police and Health Pound fees 203.4G License fees Dog licenses 253.50 Police court fines Poll tax ..............___ 561.00 CONTEMPLATE CHANGE IN FOOTBALL RULES New York, Dec. the inter- national Athletic Association of the United States at its annual meeting in this city on Dec. 2S will take steps for a rigid revision of the rules gov- erning football, is the opinion in sporting circles here. The official call for the meeting just issued by Capt. Palmer E. Pierce. U. S. A. pre- sident of the association recommends these questions for discussion: "Shall the American game be re- tained, or shall another (rugby or association) be substituted? "Shall the rules of the American game be continued as they are? "Shall the rules of the American game be Addresses by Capt. Pierce, Chan- cellor Day of Syracuse; Dr. Sargent of Harvard: Prof. Moran of Ptirdoe; and Dr. McCurdy of Springfield i Training School win form the morn-i program of the meeting. I Light Committee Water .permits............ 651.33 Building permits 379.05 inspection fees 534.60 Incandescent earnings Waterworks earnings f Illinois Alberta Realty I 2rfflNrJifcmillick, Mrt litairil IM note 291 l H-M-H-H I 1 11 M-l-M 1 H 11 II II It I A fine chance to secure highly improved farm well located on very.reasonable terms: acrs 2 1-2 miles from new town of Barons. 380 acres ready for spring crop; all fenced and cross fenced: two storey house, stone founda- tion with water .in house; barn for 20 head stock; granaries and other outbuilding's; also good well at barn. TERMS: Two dollars per acre cash, in one year, bal. 1-2 vrop This is the finest proposition on the market and will be taken up very quickly. v Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE I-H-I 11 -M-H i n 111: M i i ii 11 'i-i i Finance Committee Taxes on general Taxes on special account.. Balance on interest account. 529.80 Percentage on taxes 143.61 i Good Residential Lots for Sale at Reasonable Prices MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE T ___ T T Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on HATCH Land Co. SOLE AGENTS Total revenue 40 EXPENDITURE Works and Property Repairs of streets....... Street maintenance Repairs of Crossings 398.42 Sundries 352.42 Fire Department Fire aJarm repairs 187.98 Apparatus repairs......... 366.00 Street lighting i.SSO.41 Firemen's uniforms 292.80 Firemen's wages Firemen's quarters 515.35 Sundries................ A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 39R Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Bos 254 Waterworks building Repairs hydrants Repairs mains Repairs electric plant Repairs pumps Repairs valves and pipes Fuel Oil and waste........... Wages Pump house expense ___ Klectric power Repairs metres Sundries 77.87 87.95 2.309.27 504.52 327.50 12.82 S.20 33.36 Tile E. B, BOWMU Aeadia Building, Phont I'ltM-H-i H4-M-I-H--M t I I II i THE Farm Security OPEiV FOR BUSINESS IN THE 'f Whitney Block v LetlJbriilge HiliErtB i Total fire, water. light Electric Plant Salaries l.ino.OO Power house wages 12.010.70 A Good Corner on Burdett Street for Sale, four blocks from Union Depot for The H. Macbeth Agency T X I Fuel j Water............... Oil and waste Repairs building Repairs plant Repairs engines, boilers Repairs poles and wires Repairs serx'ice 441.02 Pump house expenses 58.48 Repairs metres %.71 Metremen's wages 271.40 Sundries 1.0S7.98 t.r 17.111.73 i T S65.50 J. 52S.1D i J. 117.81 JL 230.71 4.745.50 T r We buy improved or un- improved lands for cash and sell to the actual settler with necessary outfit for farming on long time with small cash payment. In this way we give an exceptional opportunity to you. the practical farmer, farmer with good outfit, but small capital. WHY DO YOU RENT when you may thus obtain a farm home of your own. WHY farm so small a place when we can help you to obtain adjoining lands. We also can loan you mon- ey. Write, or better still, call and see want to get acquainted. -H- MARVELLOUS PRODUCTIVITY OF -BrtlTiSH COLUMBIA L.ANDS Many astounding statements have been made from time to time regard- ing the great productivity of British Columbia Fruit lands, but here is one that to those who have not seen 'a B. C. orchard seems incredible. from 13 apple trees." To verify the above statement Mr. Freeman sent the following letter Lethbridge, Alta., Nov. 10, 1909. Dear Madam The statement has made to me you gathered worth of fruit from 13 apple trees. In the interests of B. C. generally, would you be so kind as to confirm this statement if true and in doing i I M-H I I I I'H-I-1 I H-1-1 so, state what kind of apples they j were. By. so doing you will greatly oblige, TOUTS truly, M. FREEMAN, G-en'l. Agent, Arrow Lake Orchards, Lethbridge. Reply The above statements'is quite true. The variety was the "Woolf River" and we could have got from 515 to ?150 for as' manv more as we had. I'M-I-B In Riverview Lot and half on Brunton St. Two Jots on Bruce St. Two lots on Bruce St. one-third cash, balancs in 4 and S months. Modern House to per'month. L, S. MPLEY Tel. 294 office fr-Macdonatd Block I 1 MH-H-H-I-H-H Ill-ill MM I 2 storey noime in Riverview. rooms and bath. Immediate possession. Balance 'easy. Fully inoderi. eight will handle. F. L. WHITNEY Co, Leading Real Estate and Financial Brokers 414 ROUND STREET Reference Bank of "Montreal In the 600 boxes taken from- these 13 trees, there were only 10 boxes culls. The trees are 14 years plant- ed. Salmon Arm, B.C. (Sgd.) Mrs. Angus McGuire, Mr. Freeman, general agent for the T j Arrow Lake Orchards, has just 4- l turned from visiting; the Spokane In- tcrnational Apple Show, and states that the Nelson and the Arrow Lake Exhibit was. a, ways conspicuous by the large crowds in front of it and American fruit growers were surpris- ed at the wonderful keeping quality of the B. C. fruit. Some varieties that were completely off the market -H-I-H-H-I-H- -H-4-H- 960 acres on the Weyburn line. Strictly billiard table proposition. Easy terms. We are owners. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT GO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block -Hi -H- -Wl 7 j in the States were exhibited by B. j J. J. j C: in perfect condition, and they were y 4 itold that thev GOLDEN WEST REALTY CO. AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP t n LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Folly Modern 7-Roomed House, standing on 2 Lots, beauti- ful situation, corner position, Phone 261. Office Crabb Street I T J. t T t t T Total flre, water, light, electric plant License. Poiice and Health Board of Health Police................... Relief 145.90 Isolation hospital Sundries S7.07 515.533.67 Market and Publicity Committee Market expenses 692.31 Repairs market building 71.32 Scales (expenses) 139.72 Publicity Sundries 135.00 continue so, i well in to March. The quality of the fruit was also there, as is shown by T B. C. taking 23 first prizes, 29 sec- .j. farm Security CD. I I I M-I- .i-I-J. i t T T T C.P.R. land from to an acre. .Tenth down, bal- ance ten years. Houses for Sale on easy terms. Small House and Lot North Ward, good terms. A few well located lots in North Ward at S70 each, terms Building Lots on Cutbill Street. Price GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. P. O. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Alta. J. T T T T i T T JL j I Finance Committee Salaries 9.102.43 Printing, advertising and stationery 2.211.42 Debenture interest Debenture principal Agricultural society 450.50 Sinking fund 1.134.20 Discount on taxes Sundries Sundries Time checks 871.43 House .numbering 2.95.85 Store expenses Store, repairs to building 299.30 Smun. Chase 572.25 FOR SALE! 4 4 Splendid Residence 1 Total expenditures...... Nominal excess of expenditures Mr. Demcrs, M. P., of Ibcrvillc, has introduced a bill, into the Commons providing for government inspection of all banks and it was given f.rst reading. f r f Lots on James North Ward each. Good terms J. i. EAKIN CO. 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 888 tion, such as carload lots, etc. If anyone has any doub't as to what B. C. will do in the future in t-he way of fruit growing let him visit one of these exhibitions and he will be convinced, sa8s Mr. Freeman. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD TERMS. onds and 2 thirds, in competition'! J with all the apple growing States of U. the Union. Furthermore B. C. n r II r it not enter the large exhibit compcti-j T WC tlttier Dliy OF 3611 3CC US j 11 M H.- J. P. MORGAN ACQUIRES EQUITABLE LIFE New York. Dec. acquisition of the Equitable Life association so- ciety by J. P. Morgan is said today to mean not only a coalition of the Trust company of .in aggregation con- trolling about os assets about a banking community of inter- est between the great powers of Wall street at the National City bank, the j Rockefeller institution and the Mor- i gan Banking houses. This vast as- j semblage of power has reported to iave its inception at the time of the L907 panic .and now it has reached a definite degree of association wherein the Morgan and Rockefeller interests join for the future financing of the railroad industries. The stale -H-I-I-H I I M'M- I I BARGAINS 640 acres -f No. 1 land in 6-14, on Lethbridge-Wey- burn Line. per acre, 33.00 per acre cash. balance, 8 years at 6 per cent. Five lots, corner Westminster Road and Charles St. 2 Price, '.215 each; one-tbird cash, balance, three and X six months at 6 per cent. _.. APPLY The Canadian Real Estate Co. Rooin 3> i: M..T. -H..H..I..H- Phone 211 raent is made today that, even ns early i as last spring E. H. Harrimnn and T. j Ryan buried their financial hatchets j and arranged into partnership of the Equitable in the relegrinment of finan- cial forces, it is understood that in the future there shall be the heartiest co-operation in the information and financing new enterpi-ses. Xo statements were. forthcoming and reports that George -r B. Cortelyou. president of t.ho COP- T riolidated company, and former secretary of the treasurj" of U. S., X will next spring be elected head of the Equitable Life Association So-' ciety to succed Paul Morton. Having dissolved partnership with E. C. Lucltke. 1 liaye obtained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITt OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency Acreage on proposed Street Car Route; Business Sites on Westminster Road; Houses tor Sale and Rent. Lethbridge-Weyborn Realty Ltd. Successors tc W. R. Dobbin A Ground Floor DOOB SOUTH OF BALMORAL PHCNE ;