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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 .Wednesday, December Sale of Very Valuable Lethbridge Property F. Waddington Company Are favored with instructions to offer for sale by- PUBLIC AUCTION on.the premises on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1910 4 o'clock m ilie .iHernoon, Lois 19 'and 20 in BJock 31. situated on RQTJXD ST. (Drk AQ feet.and a depth of. 125 feet-to aiane. There is a large bidck building standing on the lots at the present time is occupied "by the Salvation Army as Barracks and Offi- cers' Quarters. The sale will be subject tjp -a .-reserve price .which has-been fixed by the owners, and the terms of sale Vvill be cash and the balance- parable in THKEE equal AISTjSrV.cVL payments, with interest, payable with each instalment at 8 per- cent, per annum. This propeirr is one of tlhe iuos-t valuable sites in rhe City of Leth- brleke and is situated in the Very.heart of the BUSINESS SECTION oa the MAIN STREET, one lot- removed from the Alexandra ho- Tiae decision of the Dominion Govern- ment to place the Street has greatly en- hanced the valne of tliis property ensuring as it does. Bound -Street and Dufferin Street, remaining i'-he principal business thoroughfares. Anv further partictilars raay be obtained from the auctioneers. PHOkE426 FIFTH ST. IGETUNG READY TO BORETOR GAS City Supply of-Natural i Gas is Getting i Closer A. Dingman, ths promoter THE LETTER BOX SAGE'S REPLY Editor of the Herald: The paragraph in yesterday's News, headed "A Patronizing Lie" und referred to in last night's Hr-rald by two drug men of ihe city, deals tvirh .something quite different from "trade paironagc" and if they will be good enough' to read it again thev will see this. The Ked Cross Drug and Book Co. the whom the of has always liad lo ceuiicr for goods Levhbridge gave.a t'nuiclusti last sum- with which it supplied the citv iner TO supply the- city with natural (stores. Tins can be proven by any gas has written that material is .be- [ratepayer. ing placed on the groun-d at where they propose to They" do not know .whether other drug and stationery houses seJi their to dty by lender or pat- ronage or both, but they sell them The Ked Cross Co does and will sell by render, but they as'c "no patron- age'1 and get none. This also can be proven by any latepayer and everv of docu- ou of The Ked Cross Co 's prices will prove Bow and that ihey are ready to start boring operations. The company'is to get the gas at Bow Island and pipe il to Lcthbridge 'where it will be distributed.' The Calgary Natural Gas Co., i which got the franchise from this city. I one of them has the light c als-o tiguriug on bringing gas iiorr. jrneniary evidence. Examinati ;the Bassano wells to Calgary xo sup- hhe Ked Cross Co 's prices wi ply that fhcit efforts to get a j that- prices were ffiven blindfold sufficient flow from ibe Calgary well' not having been very successful. VANCOUVER.. ORANGEMEN SEND PROTEST TO MONTREAL Montreal, Dec. Or- iangemen, having heard the corres- ipondence between Mayor Guerin and i Mayor Nathan, of Rome, have for- i warded a protest against such inter- jference with foreign affairs. The I protest was read at a meeting of the City Council yesterday, and ordered tiled. The communication- states was sent by the King Edward lodge iof the Loyal Orange Order of Van- jcouver. The Western Orangemen speak of the unwarrantable interfer- in foreign affairs by the Mon- Itreal Council. Such things cast a re- i flection on the good sense and judg- Iment of the Canadian people. Such I unwisem action was deplored and it is j hojjsd nothing like the occurrence i will happen again. Not a word of comment was uttered as the protest iwas filed. so fur as they know lo tlie contrary every man in business in j Alberta may. hare been- tendering j1 ulonsr with them That is open enough competition. Yours truly. ROBERT SAGE. DIED PETITIONS FILED TO WIND UP THE FARMERS BANK .Toronto, Dec, petitions for the ending ot the Farmers Bank Jbave 'been filed. John Fraser >Iac- tjregor. creditor on notes of the hank lor and J- Lindsay, credi- ESTABLISH A COURT OF CATHOLIC FORESTERS i Dec. No. 1656 of aas-been impaired 25 per cent, by the j becoming violent he was taken from i the Catholic Order of Foresters was1 loans to the "Kee.tey Mining Co.. andrhis home and locked up. Xo on Sunday. Members ofj cannot be within one year, [was entered against him. (the Catholic faith were present from! i ._______________ j Coleman, Hilicrest and Bellevue, to i i NEGRO IS NAMED FOR T-ne order. The following officers were elect-1 AVashington. Dec. the ensuing .season: Chief Rang! WiiHani Galivan was born in Sharps- ville. Penn., in the year 1S59 and died at his home in Masinasiu, Alta., Dec. -9, 1910. aged 51 years. A portion of his life was spent in the states of Ohio and North. Dakota! He was married to Elizabeth Tucker in Jamestown, N. D-, twenty-five years ago next March. There remains to mourn his loss, the beloved wife. Elizabeth Gal- ivan, two daughters, Mrs. Lohrke, and Miss. Hazel; and one son. Harold; al- j so the mother, four sisters and two j brothers, residing in the state of Penn- i sylvarua. Funeral service was held at the J home on Tuesday afternoon at two j o'clock, conducted by Rev. R. j Griffith. The world is poorer for the loss Mr. Galivan. who was taken from ,us Sale of a Valuable Corner Property F. Waddington Co. are favored with instructions by the owner to offer for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on Thursday Evening next at 7 p.m. in the Caledonian Glyn St., the Well-built Residence Situate ar.d being No. 506 Counland St., and hav- ing a lo Courtland St, 01 52 leet and a frontage to Round SL 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 i-s a full-sized basement, and a hot water heating system has recently been installed at a cost of At tbe. 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 siven the option of taking over the fur- niture -at .valuation, and by so doing, the present arrangements need ho be interfered with, thus offering an excellent opportunity to anyone requiring a revenue producing proposition. Standing on a prominent corner, in a district growing more' valuable every day, it possesses the double advantage of being a splendid revenue get- cer and an excellent speculative purchase. The snle will be subject to a low reserve, and the will be.52.000 easlii and the balance by the assumption of a loan oJC ana 4 quarterly payments. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE Phone 5th St.. City. stricken, family in Iheir sad be- reavement and .can only commend tfaem to the -One ;vrho knoweth our sorrow and is acquainted with our AT 23 DINNERS IN ONE WEEK seemingly all too soon. A man clean mind and soul; his kii won hire friends wherever he went and his.goodness made him a man of Governor-Elect Dix, of New York, Goes onlv for Conversation New York Dec. DLx left tonight for Albany smiling THREATENED TO CUT I and victorious, a veteran of 23 din- OFF BABY'S HEAolners in one week- When asked how ____ ihe did it, he explained: "I ate three was i CHIMNEY SWEEP TAKES HIS LIFE Winnipeg, Dec. Morris magnificent splendor at sunset, so in jarrested this evening on a charge the life of cv.r departed brother, his TT being insane. He has a mania for cut- and tae nobility of his char- tiT1S off .heads of children in to eat at a11 of or dinners at .he n.e said, "then I go to the formal af- fairs for conversation only. If I had clo not aged 43. "civic chimney sweep .was! Taft sent to the senate today, the nom-j er, A. V. Lang .vice chief ranger, S. acterv- His "acquaintances and friends iaud it: is alleged, that this afternoon what have become of tor for and a shareholder, are Shilohb Cure pended fUed st 9 McGillvary andrship. McGoage; His wife information was laid and a quickly stops couahs. cure though not under the influence last j tfiat a -resident cirv: should Lindsay's petition and as a precaution against his be appointed was unheeded. The heartfelt sj'nipathy goes out'to that the" capital of the bank J Eight, BE SOLD 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, etc. This is an exceptional opportunity for Christ- mas Call and look the stock over. Next door to the Arcade ;