Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 10 THE Tuesday. December Sale of Very Valuable Lethbridge Property F. Waddington Company Are favored with instructions to offer for-sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on the premlses-on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1910 At 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Lots 19 and 20 in Eloek 31. situated on KOUKD ST. (5th 50 feet and a depth of 125 feet to alane. There is a large brick building standing on the lots a-i-the present time which is occupied by the Saltation Army as Barracks and Offi- cers'" Quarters. The sale will "be subject to a reserve price which has been fixed by thae owners, and the terms of sale will be cash and'the -balance payable in THREE equal AISHSFU payments, with interest payable :witli, each instalment at 8 per cent, per annum. This property is one of the most valuable sites in the City of Lethr bridge and is situated in the very heart of the BUSINESS SECTION on the MAIiN STEBET, only one lot removed from the Alexandra tel and-the BUENS BLOCK The decision of the Dominion Govern- ment -to place the POST OEFICE on Dufferin Street has greatly en- hanced the value of this property ensuring as it does. Eoiind Street and Dufferin Street, remaining the.-prigicipal business thoroughfares. Any further particulars may be obtained from the .auctioneers. PHONE 426 FIFTH ST. FAREWELL SPOKEN BY ALP. HATCH AMff KING Take Leave of Colleagues on City Council The Barbed Wire By-Law Up Again-Oppose Alberta Electric Co, Charter At- the city eouudl meeting last night City Solicitor Uonybeare repovt- jed that it -was impossible for the city ito discriminate iii the matter of miu- jors selling staff to pawn brokers and j second hand dealers. It-will be re- jmembered that at us last meetins, i acting on the suggestion-of Chief of j Police Iriiiespie, the council had ask- ed the solicitor-to report oii the feas-j loiiitv of the city passing a bylaw sucn to purchase anything irorn- chiJ- j cren under age. While saying the city had no power ito pass such, a, bylaw, the solicitor pointed out that generally speaking it 'was unsafe for anybody to buy from minors as minors "have no power to chises from those cities. Acting- "Mayor iSowman reported that he had already telegraphed C. A. Magrath, jU. r., asking, him to oppose the ob- jectionable clause. The correspond- ence was all received and filed. The Forestry Convention A communication was read from the'Canadian Forestry Association an- nouncing-the annual forestry conven- ition to be held in Quebec City, com- une lyt.h next. It was re- and filed. Ives was present at the nieet- lnS aad said he understood the- amend- ed early closing bylaw was to be sub- muted for its first reading. Ke repre- Dented several merchants and would to be heard.- The bylaw how- Jcontracc or to make u valid sale of ieve" was not on the table, not having property. Parties purchasing from 1 minors do so at their own. risk, but Itne city has no power to interfere I with persons who care to take that insk. Alberta Electric Co. The solicitor also reported in con- nection with the passage of an amend- jment to the charter of the city of j juethbridge extending ics boundaries, passed 'by the provincial legislature, and also the" bill transferrin square to the city, which bill obviates yet been received from the city soli- citor. Street Widths A letter from F. T. Grey addressed to Aid. King was read, in 'which he asked why, on Seventh avenue south (London) east of Thirteenth- street. tQe roadway was so narrow and the boulevards so wide. Aid. Sage ob- jected to the letter being considered or even read as it was addressed to Gait an alderman and not tq the council. the passage of [Asking the secretary where he got thej the necessity of epistle from, the" latter said it was Sale of a Valuable Corner Property F. Waddington Co. are favpred with instructions by the owner to offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on Thursday Evening next at 7 p.m. 'in the Caledonian Hall, Glyn St., the Well-built Residence Situate ar.d beiug; No. 506 Caurtland St., Lethbridge and hav- ing a frontage to Courtland St. of 62 feet and a frontage to Round St. of 52 feet. The House which is fully modern, is substantially built and contains 30 rooms in all with spacious recepton hall .and roomy verandah. There is a full-sized basement, and a hot water heating system has recently been installed at a cost of At the present time the house is occupied by desirable 'tenants as a rooming house and produces a total rental of over .per month. The purchaser will be given the option of taking over the fur- niture at valuation, and by so doing, the present arrangements need no be interfered with, thus offering an excellent opportunity to anyone requiring a revenue producing proposition. Standing on a prominent comer, in a district growing more valuable every day, it possesses the double advantage of being a splendid revenue "get- ter and an excellent speculative purchase. The sale be subject to a low reserve, and the terms "will be cash, and the balance .by the assumption of a loan of ana -1 quarterly payments. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE Phone 5th St., City. paying'the regular transfer fees which 1-would run into the thousands of dol- [lars. I Hied, i A bunch of correspondence in cou- nanded to him by the acting mayor. The acting mayor said it was from a. His report received arid ratepayer asking information and they snould consider it. On motion of Aid. King the matter referred to pass- .jhejed up to the city engineer for report. PRESENTATION TO. success: in. passing his examination C. H. -POPHAM St Mary's Congregation Honors Its Popular Lay Reader j parish-. Tor as the ordination: ".Calgary, .and that tseir for reaf -work he had done for the coming, -they wished. At the close of the evening service j him to accept this present- on Sunday night, kr. C. H- Popham, j' The' purse- was then-presented in. cnarge" of St. Mary's Church, was'plr. AvashbrooK, people's -warden, presented with z purse containing 540 in gold. -Mr. "W. Matthews, church waraen, in his speech, said that the congregation had asked him to con- could not have done so well as he had.' i! nection .application, of: .jh Electric Railway" Co., which' i seeking a Dominion charter giving it j asked to'report on the condition of) power to build and operate an avenue, which Aid. King said railroad all over 'the lie said the congregation were to be I even through the stree he province" 'and j since the sewer was put down is prac- reets of the cities, j ticaily impassable, the boulevards be- congratulated on having, such wardens ,as iir.' Matthews and wasnbrook, Mr. 'Richarlson, the or-'tcity; a letter, from" Mayor Milne j good-j There was a letter from the company jmg frequently used for vehicular traf- Mr. jitseit, 'backing draft of the-'bar bed wire bylaw of! lamst. had also done great work Medicine Hat'aa'd also from several! which Aid. father, was! byjneiping the services forward. -Novij other parties: .'there was a report I siiDmitted. fori-discussion, the.r-congre- iu irom the bottom, of his heart. He said that, LL.it .had not-been-for the great help iiVhad received from Tatuiate 3lr. Fophaai on his recent jail connected with the church, he tnat- he hail passed his solicitor! All the docu- ly discovere'd that it was not exactly ne expected to be able to devote his ments except the.first referred to the; what was required and Aid. Sage and r-i.ciause in -the proposed charter which! Hatch were appomted a committee "to'-; if granted would 'give the company confer with the city solicitor regard- entire time to the work of the par-1 isn. be ordained at Calgary? if in the Jfro-Cathedral on to run the streets ling certain needed alterations. of this week. of the cities without obtaining fran- In putting 'the motion to adjourn, Aid. Hatch said he wanted to say good-bye to the -council. He had al- ways been treated. with courtesy by members of the council and officials alike, and in a way he was sorry to Aid. King, who had just got through with a "spat" WILQ the secretary-treas- urer; said-he could almost say the same thing except that he had been lighting for a square deal. "There is one thing. Aid. said Aid. Hatch, "I admire your con- sistency. Toil came in bmzing like rip-saw: and- you 'are going out 'the way." U'i Dobbin reports the sale -to- day of one half section of raw land on the JBlack Spring .at; ?22 per acre. LOCAL BUDGET Jtienry Wallace'. has been appointed assistant postmaster at Red Deer. J. McNamara, deputy registrat of lands titles at Edmonton, has re- signed and will practise law. Judge Crawford expects to take up his residence in Maclepd ahout the middle of January. After an illness of over month, from typhoid fever, Harry Flagg, of carmaugay, .died last Tuesday. Jj. Co., is taking a business trip up tha Pass, and wiirbe gone about one weeV inilckly slops coughs, cures .c the throat and 29 centm. S T ATE r No tenders having been received for this property, the Assignee has instructions from the creditors of the estate to sell the entire stock by private sale. This stock consists of rings, watches, clocks, bracelets, pins and jewelry of every des- cription, cut glass, silverware, This is an exceptional opportunity for Christ- mats purchasers. Call and look the stock over.