Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, December TOE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TWO GOOD BUYS IN NORTH WARD: ?n Nanton x 40, 7 rooms, wired for electric light, water and sewer in Price cash, loan on property tor monthly, payments of Balance to suit purchaser. and two lots in North Ward, corner Cornell and Nanton Streets. House 21 x 38, wired for electric light, furnace. Price cash, loan on property for .Balance arranged. The above are splendid buys and are worth your consideration. F" ri i L Lowes lUprtitntfng: North Life Atturanct Co., London and Accident Photnlx Ltd.. London. Edmonien, LETHBRIDGE, High Riven.Nanton, WORTH LOOKING UP _, Six lots in corner, high and dry, each; one-third balance. 6 and 12 months. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block THE H. MACBETH AGENCY .'NSURANCE LOANS 1 SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and -London at each. 6 lots In Block 26 Doff Add., close to new school at 7 rooma-l cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster for 5350C. OVERSEAS CLUB IN LETHBRIDGE Newly Launched Patriotic Organization Enthusiasti- cally Endorsed A movement that seems to have struck a responsive chord in British" citizens all over the empire is one cently launched by the London Daily Mail, and is'known as the "Overseas Club." On August 27, the Mail sug- gested that some sort Oi patriotic or- ganization that should reach every part of the world and inserted-a QOU- members, 38 of whom were m _ x f rr 1 __ of the "Original" members. Some others who have sent in their names to -London or .who hav-e signified to .those who are. pushing the club here that, they will join the club Fred Ford, H. Dronsfield, F. W. Downer, P. J. Woods, Edward Kickling, Pennefa-ther, Ald.-C. B. Bowiiian J.I T.. Kings, F. C. Street, E Power, W. H. Holt, W. K. Newcombe, A. W. Chambers, H. R. Cooper, Rev. J. E. "OLD MAN" IN REAL ESTATE NOW F. E. Simpson, well known here, and formerly publisher of the Cran- Murrell-Wright, A. Bamsley and oth-. brook Herald; is rapidly developing ers.. Mr. Williamson informs the Her- ald already about forty have agreed co join. Red 'Deer was-the first Alberta town to club organized, but already., there a score in the cities, arid rural communi- Atlaatic to the Paci- arc being formed, not a few., All" Over-the World The three weeks', returns brought into a capitalist. He owns cigar stores in Kamioops, B. C., has now jumped into real estate business by securing a selling control of .750 lots in what is known as the Beekman ad- dition in that city. It is a splendid property and really, the only available piece of land for the extension of the ciiv. SNAPS WORTH LOOKING. UP 70- acre 'tract of choice irrigated land suitable for garden tracts. A big money maker for party who subdivides it. per acre, or will seil part at an advanced price. Half section east of Stirling at per acre. Small house renting for on. 35 foot lot, London Road, 1-3 cash; balance easy terms. A property of 14 lots with 6 room bouse, a business building, renting for per month and stable for 20 horses, all for casb; balance 1 and 2 years. THE WEBER-HCTr INVESTMENT CO. -ROOM 10 ALBERTA PHONE 771 We want your farm loans. Money on short notice, A few bargains in section tracts THE 0. W...KERR- CO. Q. T. Lathrop, JRes. Manager pon .for people favorable to the idea to sign, signifying their willingness to assist. The result was almost magical. From every quarter oT the globe there came .replies enthusiastic- ally endorsing the scheme, and it was set afoot. On December 10, the last Overseas Mail to hand reports a membership of The hope, is to have it reach by the time of the coronation in -June. The.Motto The motto of'the Overseas Club is Canada, and 51 in the .United States. Replies came the' first week from Al- geria, Br.'East Af- rica, Canary Islands, China, Canada, Egypt, France, Fin land, Germany, Holland, India, Italy, Madeira, Mexico, Por- tugal, Siiodesia, Russia. Roumania, Switzerland, Straits Settlements, Sweden, Spain, South Africa, Tripoli, t Tunis, and United States. Later, papers report replies from (lonely Britishers in the heart of Asia .Minor, A GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN 7 roomed modern up to date house on trunton St., only if taken at once. THE EXCHANGE 503 4th Ave. Phons 597 We founded many a mighty Pray God our greatness may not Jail Through craven fears o! being great." The Creed The members' creed is worded thus: "Believing the British Empire to stand for justice, freedom, order and good government, we pledse ourselves as citizens of the greatest empire in the world, to maintain ths heritage handed down to us by our fathers." The Objects The objects of the club' are briefly stated as To help one another. To insist, on the vital to the 'Empire of British, supremacy on the sea. I To urge on every able-bodied man the necessity of being able to bear arms. To draw together in the bond of comrad'eship the people BOW living un- der the .folds of the British flag. The club is not designed to be an aggressive'body of but rather a vast association of British. citizens who believe that the way to ensure peace is to be prepared for war .and the way to consolidate the em- pire is to consolidate the people of all parts in a common purpose. Non-Political The Overseas Club ers for hundreds of miles, were re- ceived endorsing the club, A feature of the organization will be a, correspondence "club through which members in different parts of the world will communicate with each other regarding ,the things they want to know or fcnow what-to tell o! the places where they are. The local members will -shortly rrect to complete organization and it prom ise-s to be one of the most energetic and helpful in the city. COMMISSION IN A MASS. CITY IRON SPRINGS NEWS [been across-every day for about a Iron Springs, Alta., Dec. j week. Sam Noble, L. Noble, Mr. ..and Mrs. Lynn, Mass., a New of very conservative type, with nearly population, has adopted the commission lorrn QI government by a decisive vote- Three propositions' were submitted tix the'voters, to continue the present charter with a mayor and two legis- lative bodies, to adopt a new charter i with, mayor and city council, or to is strictly non-' adopt the commission plan. The lat- party, non-sectarian and is open to ter was chosen, which centers all au- any British citizen whether a native" thority in a commission ol five, elect- or the British Islands, a native ofi any; ed-'.at Jarge and subject to recall on a of the overseas dominions or a natur- petition s'gned by 500 voters. All ward lines are abolished and the initiative and referendum are embod- ied in the new charter. There was no great municipal scan- dal in.' Lynn, iut the new charter ap- tvas a most enjoyable party held in McDonald's Hall on Friday evening and everybody seemed to have a good time.- ..Sirs- McDonald and Mr. Bish- op came from Lethbridge to attend and dancing was Icept up till 3.30 in the The' rain and sleet this morning made it very disagreeable for those leaving the dVnce in the hall. "The river at the ferry is again al- right for. crossing, and teams have alized' citiz-en of any part of the em- pire, or a British subject living in.a foreign country- No fees will, be charged nor any subscriptions solicit- ed. It is purely and simply a social organization- for the purpose of instill-j pealed to the voters as the most el- ing, _ encouraging and maintaining a ficient municipal system that could b-e Spencer, G-. Brady and D. LeBar were visitors to Lethbridge yesterday. Mr. ?poii of Public schools foi the District Parry Sound, in place of the .Rev. Geo, Grant, B. A tiring list. spirit of loyalty to the empire. Lethbridge'Members The idea has taken.hold in every part, not only of .the empire, but of the world In secured. With a small for the ____ Canada it was quickly honest enthusiasm of .statement some- J, L. Moore, B. A., nas been tafcni up_ Lethbridge be'irie among the inevitable in writing an earn- appointed to tie office of Inspector first. Several people of this city sent i est advertisement, you can depend of in their names to London as soon as absolutely upon the candor and hon- they saw the coupon H D Of advertisers iu this newspaper Grant. B. A., who is placed on the re- son Ot the Standard Furniture Co., Tn t fc j sending ;n his name on a coupon clip- v s ped from the paper of Aug. 27. the first to mention the He' is 17000 buys a lot on close in. Sis spur track lots, 13150 each. Houses for sale in all parts of city. Selling agents for G-. T] P.'townsites between Winnipeg and Edmonton. Agents Alliance Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. ,Co. Agents Wanted Selling agents for the G. T. P. town sites between Win- nipeg and Edmonton. Toronto's population is now an increase of in a year. C. H. Russell, B. A., science master and lecturer" on history" at the Prov- incial normal school, .has resigned to enter OI1 tiie study of law in Edmon-1 ton. The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St, Phone 544 handles 6 lots on Ernest St. price only balance 6 and 12 nios. "Note the terms. 1525 each buys 3 lots, Courtland St., easy terms. each buys two .lots Bruce" St. each buys four lots, Outbill St., close in. buys 75 x 85 corner Cutbill and London Eoad. 16400 buys 2 lots on Coutts near Eed- Lots 53 and 54, Block 23, Duff, on Ash- mead St., a snap at each. .Terms. Lots 11 and 12, cor, Burdett and McDuff Sis., good buy, 11150, Terms. Lots Ernest St., good location, :ea.; 1-3 cash, balance e'and 12 mos. See these before buying. L. S. RIFLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. FOR RENT We have for rent a beautiful modem cottage at 269 Brunton of the most beautiful places, in 'the city, at the low rent of only per month. W. H. JOHNSOJtf LANJb CO. Johnson Block 323 FIFTH STRUT 2 lots, in Block 146, 1365'each. 2 lots in Block 151 facing east, ea. I .bal. 6 and 12 mos. JVORTH BJEALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. J PHONE 836 THE LETHBRIDGE LAND COAL CO. FOR A FEW SNAPS Come- of London and Atiiole Street, 511-2x120, S1S50. Lot on Glyn .Street, .55x120, 3 Spur Track Lots in. Block 64, a snap. Lots te Blocks 125r.126, 127, 128, at easy price-s. fully modern house with full.cement basement and fire place on Charles street, handles. S rooraed. fully modern! house on Caurtland Street, a 'bargain. make Its advertising SERVICEABLE TO TOU has EARNED your favor KASLO, B.C. The healthiest spot in Canada; pure :.n water; perfect drainage; typhoid n: mild climate; unsurpassed scen- ery; fine "beating and fishing. Property for sale. .Reason: Leaving the province. Two lots upon Front St., with two storey building on one of the Tots; 9 rooms upstairs; downstairs used for moving picture theatre; best brick front in town. Price cash; balance per month, interest 6 per cent. Cottage (my own residence) fifty feet front: 11 apple trees; 1 pear-tree; 1 plum tree; 1 grape all bearing; 40 different varieties (all fancy) imported from Scotland and France. A genuine bargain. cash or cash, balance ?20 per month Interest 6 per cent. One two-storey residence, fifty feet front; 4 apple trees; 1 plum; 1 cherry tree; all bearing; with furniture and all complete 'cash.' (Jump quick here.) Three business lots, just 125 ft. from the best corner in town; perfectly level; some old buildings thereon; 75 feet front Price cash, balance ?20 per month; interest 6 per cent One lot in best residence section, cash. 6 lots -with two corners'near Lake shore. Would make a fine place for a summer cottage. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tain. Tc give away, 5200 for the 6 lota. 3 lots corner, about 150 yards from C. P. R. depot; one small ,msy house thereon; city water and electric light. Dirt cheap cash. 81 acres of land, one river front, with some buildings; within 100 feet of Poplar Creek station, Lardo branch of C. P. R. Price 1-3 cash; balance and two years, interest at 6 p.c. And several other lots, all tor cheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. C. therefore entitled to be known as on> and interest. d J A 320 Acre Homestea RelinquisKed In the best part of Northern Montana at a low figure ought to be, worthy your consider- ation. I have a few choice ones for sale. -A few have to sell. I pick up these few. I also secured a bargain deal in a large tract of cut- over land in the Flathead Valley, some of the land is open, the balance stump land. I bought it of the Milling Company and will give yon a real bargain in a ten acre tract or larger tract of this choice farm and fruit land.- Close to the Main line of the Great Northern, and crossed by the proposed line, through the Flathead va-llev, runnino- Northward. Write me for free booklet and tiny spe- cial information you may wish. I will tell you the truth whether you buy or not. C. L JOHNSON Dunkirk, Montana. T. N CO. Real Estate snd Finar-clai Brokers. Diamond City 1 31 acres all fenced, nine (9) acresr cleared, seeded One hundred (100) apple trees, first year bearing. Creek passes through property. Pree from rock, very light clearing. Two (2) frame shacks, two (2) cows and two (2) calves. Large hay shed and pigsty. Price 13300. Terms. Insurance. N. ChrsEtse, Wctary P JtlUl" -II KELSON. B. C. LU. 7K Corner Jan A., oi uoari- in (1 Ernest St. Lois I2j and sew- 20 and 30, ?K- y Two corner lots on Kcdpath Block 68: 82850 the couple, 1-2 cash balance 3 and 6 months. One well equipped eight room house, vrith eleven lots, one block removed from W.estminstcr Eoad. CHEAP. EASY TEEMS. seven- room o 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months nt 8 per cent. ster, almost at the corner of CcurUaacL e: aance easv. I 310 7tfe St. South Orsbb St.