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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December THE METHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page) TWO GOOD BUYS IN NORTH WARD: on Nanton street, 21 x 40, 7 rooms, wired for electric light, water and sewer in spring. .Price cash, loan onproperty for monthly payments of Balance to suit purchaser. and two lots In North corner Connell and Nauton Streets. House 21 x 38, wired for electric light, furnace. Price J5500 cash, loan on property for Balance arranged. The above are splendid buys and are worth your consideration. F. C. Lowes Representing: North Vmtrlcin Life Assurance Co..; London Guarantee and Accident Photnlx Assurance CQ.r of London. Edmonton, LETH3RIDGE, High River. Nanton, A new five roomed cottage, North Ward, close to cash, balance to suit purchaser. room.house, Co.utts St., rents' per cash: 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1181 Ott Block THE H.MACBETH AGENCY NSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK 2 lota corner of Ernest and London at each.. 6 lots In Block 26 Duff Add., close to new school .at 7 rcome-t cottage on 2 lota In Block 123, facing Westminster for J350C. WASNEVERIN BETtER SHAPE Edmonton Man's Opinion of the Southern Part of Province (Edmonton .Bulletin.} "Southern Alberta was never in 'better shape, and there is no reaeon (Calgary When a-man'can work" a straight 'thirteen-hour stretch with no moie sustenance .than a cup o{ tea and an oK duty-, what-can he do on a square meal'''That is the ques- tion Premier Sifton did it last Mon- day, For months the bonds PREMIER WAS EX-KING MANUEL ASA_STUDENT Fitting Himself to Rule When he Regains His Throne London, -Dec. Manuel does not think of abandoning 'the of the Alberta'and Great Waterways i sovereignty of 'Portugal, but is con- FOR SALE 2 lots Westminster-Rd., business snap at 1840 'each, Cottage, 6'rooms; and 3 lots on lane, Burdett SL, close in. _ _ maker. cash, Balance.3 years. 2 lots, S roomed .houee, on the, Westminster Rd.; near Courtland; Good terms. Li S. RIPLEY CO. REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE ND LOAN BROKERS PHONE T OFFICE, MACDONALO BLOCK. to fear a repetition -of this year's dryj railway, hare lain in the vaults at the Writ to abide. before reclaim- season In 1911. The farmers have! government .buildings It will be. re-. ing the His -Hi "resolved, ac- had some moisture, and. better still, ;.membered that, owing to the great cording to the" statement "to abide the they have taken a lesson from their jJiurry to secure the the interval in fitting- himself for the dut-j failure to prepare the ground Rutherford issued a ies of aa sovereign He' ly. last year, and this year their farms blanket bond -for lhe_ full amount. ,eaveg Wood the residence lare tn shape to retain the on 'of I moisture; It was a costly lesson.. bolders and ,came back. with r.he coin. been guest ,-isce- his arrival, next they appear to have learned 'it uter, the 'regular-' bonds, were print sioiica and -mil reside in a .house tak- said .George H..- Gowan, ed, but 'the troubles pi" governing came, en for him in 'Richmond Surrey. He manager .of the Alberta branch of so speedily heads _'of'Ruther- .will attend lectures, at Oxford Uniyer- tne Credit Foncier .ford, Cross, et the signitiij sity and; xjtfcer centres of learning as who has jqst returned to 'Edmonton '''of the bonds, by the provincial treas- an. ordinary student, without seeking after--" a' business trip to the south then. Premier Rutherford, that SNAPS WORTH LOOKiNG UP 7.0 tcre tract of choice irrigated land" suitable for garden tracts. A. big money .maker for party who subdivides it. ;per acre, or will ceil part at' an advanced price. Half section- en of Stirling at ?12.00 per acre. Small house renting for on 35 foot lot, London Road, 1-3 caah; balance easy terms. A. property of 14 lots with ''6 room house, a business building, per month'arid -stable for 20 horses, all "for balance 1 and 2 years. THE WEBER-HUFF IJWESTMENT CO. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 the province. i Money Has Been Tight it became a of 'secondary tm- j -'.Money has been tight, and some, of j. the loan companies and banks have ten Was a .Big Job When he has completed he make a tour-of especially study? jing British-colonial methods. The A FEW THINGS TO THINK Ask the wealthy, men. of -LethbridM today how they -.money, and" per- cent.. of .thenr will angwe-r "Out of Bert 1 We'-ftave erev.ea lots' nerj the oldv Fair for each, JlO'caBh'and fi'6-per month. In three or Iftif. these lots will be selling for each. Do you want to make ey? This is your chance. W. H, JOHNSON LAND CO. inson Block 343 FIFTH STREET Premier Sitton On Monday last had IV includes tnVUnltid -States, where! had to pass loan propositions a3 the bonds resurrected, found them out travel purely a student of' they nave not been able to meet all Of order, unsigned and administrative; affairs. Canada, the. demands made upon he dusty. So he ngifratively took off far -east, Australia and South. Africa said.' He also stated that while his coat and went to starting will also be visited. money still fairly.' stringent at at 2 in the atterhoon and staying at! the present time, there was not like- 'the job juntil 'three" in the morning, ly to be any change "until after the having -during -that "time only one cup New Year, but predicted that the of brace up his- energies. .He change, wben it did come, would be GRAIN RIDGE NEWS We want your farm loans. Money on short notice. A few bargains in section ttacts W. v KERR GO: T. Lathrbp, Res.: Manager in the nature of a general loosen- numerical This latter he did a" in order to. be personally sure that all ing up of money. His own company tlle bonds were there. Then.be sent i The literary held at the Grain Ridge was a success. The i flas just sent him word announcing a telegram'to the representatives of.' 'the .successful issue through the :the bond-holders, telling them, that as, Banciue Paris and des Pavs-Bas soon as the faJahfcet bond was receiv- and .tie- Credit Lyonaais of ed here.t-he regular' bonds be h Sf r. J.VT- rcadv fnr "AprivVrv i Canada.should have a naw. Mr. Fred 'J'rencb. capital will :coine to Alberta 'as the Credit is extending its in this .province. "This money is in addition to the capital which WIRELESS TELEGRAPH IN NORTHERN AHERTA the time na- Hazel Greenman, SkeetonJ.T.and Mrs Stunt on the negative. of the present Mr. A GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN fuliy modern up to date house on fcrunton St., only if-taken at once. A} At the beginning of 1910 our capital! was Increased from to .and nowj'With tne proceeds of this new issue its .as- sets will-equal, if not surpass; "those any other loan company in Can- ada, and as .we have inaugurated, a policy of investing largely in Western Canada, .a large amount, of this money THE EXCHANGE 509 4th Ave. After a -negative won. 'were, Everett" Green i Stputh .and. "Mr. Hamml j The program'of'the evening was well carried-out, the dialogue of seven old .lake, for the Northern Transportation Company, will be equipped with that modern.- invention, .the .wireless tele- graph, and it is also possible that maids and seven bachelors being well given. Eyejyone present gave .a re- eitatioii 'or song. The "question for debate for the next literary meeting} We'have'still a lots'left on the easy payment srsteitL are vithin of sure to double in valuer in Prices from town, flO- monthly. RfcAJLTYCO. WESTMINSTER ROAD.; PHONE SSI THE COAL CO. FEW SNAPS of London'an'd Athole" 51 '1-2x120, t Lot on Glyn 3 Spuir Track Lots in Bloclc a snap, i Lots in 'Blocks" 125, 126, 12T, 128, prleos. 7 roomed fully modern :ipuBe with full cement basement and fire place on, Charles; street, handles. 8 rooiued f ully. modern nouse on Co.urtlond Street, a bargain. there'will be a string of wireless sta-4 T7bicb' wil1 bViield' December 27, 'will tions through the north that'will be that_-war ..has caused in toucn with some of the more north- ern wireless stations-on the "Pacific coast FARMER'S .BANK WAS INVOLVED IN.MINES Toronto, Dec. was reported among; Unanclal men tihis morning mat the revelatiens likely to come as a result of'the examination of the Bank officers would show the bank to be much, more heavily Involved one or more mining .concerns than has yet appeared.. E.