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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lemfrridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, February 16, A Good Warehouse Site, for actual use or for speculation One Lot on Smith Street, Halt cash balance in 6 and 12 months W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street 3 good warehouse lots, Have 4 acre Jots within the mile, radius ranging from to Five corner lots Duff Addition, 5300.00 each. 5 fully modern houses all In desirable locality. cash handles, balance terms to suit. MCGREGOR DICKSON SUNDAY CLOSING OF POSTOFFICES And 4 4 4 BEGIN BLOCK 4 M Its Effect on Labor Entailed Thereto the 4 l A few lots on McKlllop Street, North Ward, each. Terms. 4 room house and 2 lots on Robert Street, North Ward on terms Liberal discount for cash. We have some snaps in farm land close in. For prices and terms inquire GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Open from 7-9 evenings Phone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block Box 1802 THE WEALTH 640 acres two miles from Wilson Siding for sale at a bargain. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE t Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 25 444 4 4444444 44 4M 4 44 44 1-2 Section improved land, 5 miles from Lethhridge; 3 miles from Kipp siding ?26.00 per acre. Terms. Illinois-Alberta Realty Company JJ V JOHNSON BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 455. 4 M 4.4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M 4 '44 f 44 4 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 6 Acres in north end of 13000.00; ?1SQO.OO cash, bal- ance ia 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent. Interest. A No. 1 buy for subdivi- S1OU. IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. There have been numerous enquiries lately as to the exact reason why the post office lobby has been closed on Sundays, and what effect tho closing has on the ofice staff. Postmaster Higinbothara stated yes- terday that the closing has made ap- proximately no difference to the work- ing hours of the staff except that one night a week may be taken now by the night staff where this was impossible before. The work of sorting the out- going mails is of course carried on as usual. The real reason for the action of the department was pretty hard to arrive at. There was the question of a dif- ference in the regulation of the ofilces in the Eastern and Western citier: which might cause trouble had they not been ninde uniform. The Sunday opening of the lobby for box holders might too be looked upon as an unfair discrimination by those people who did not hold boxes and who might think they also were entitled to mail on Sunday. It was stopping a possible agitation for an open ofice on Sunday and making the regulation of this mat- ter decisive, whereas it formerly was optional with the postmasters in some of the Western cities. The step at Ottawa was possibly the result of pres- sure being brought to bear on them from the lord's Day Alliance and other organizations. The Lord's Day Alliance claim that one of the objects of the action is to save Sunday labor in the offices of the people who get their mail. Members of the staff, although generally not re- quired to work on Sunday, often feel obliged to come to the office to attend to the mail on Sundays. OF ALASKA Will Exceed the Dreams of Mtui-f New Riches Found Washington, Feb. 14. Alaska, which United Stales Secretary of the Interior Ballingor has frequency is America's prize package, znav he a greater prize than man has ever dreamed. Recent investigations in the Innoko district, the Central Kus- koK'A'im Valley and the new Hacli- tared district now partially finished by the United States geological sur- vey disclose new placer gold districts which prpmiso very heavy returns. The little territory bought from Rus sia for in 18G7, has to the present time paid in gold alone since 1880, when placer mining there began. YOUTH AND SUCCESS IN LIFE Splendid Address by C.F. P. Conybeare, K. C., D.C.L, There was a large gathering of men and a few ladles present last night at tho second meeting of the Knox Men's Club. C. F. P. Conybeare gave an in- teresting address, which briefly as follows: "We hear much in these days of nation building, bv.t give little thought to the manner of achievement. Nations do not spring up like mushrooms nor grow like Topsy. Their growth is the result of the struggle and sacrifice on the part of youthful men and women. Every nation must depend oil its youth. "Youth is the greatest and best equipment for success in life. Fortune gives all young men the opportunity to 444- LOTS IN BLOCK 91 Two on Redpath St. at t L. S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Blk. .44444 44 44 4M444 EQUIPMENT FOR The discovery by agents of the sur- j become a leader in thought or action, a vey of placers on the small streams in areas which are drained into the Yukon or the lower Kuskokwlm, prove that the formations of the up- per Yukon belts extend.much farther southwest than had generally been supposed, and that they bear gold at many scattered localities throughout their extent. The Innoko district has attracted some attention already, and other areas are now being explored with prospects of large results. Suffici- ent, prospecting has been done there to indicate the presence of a pay streak from fifty to seventy feet wide with gold uniformly distributed. NEW LUMBER COMPANY FORMED ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LAND WITH AN EASY CASH PAYMENT TyE HAVE FOR SALE an A.I. Half-Section withlri two miles of the Maryfeld-LothbrMge Branch of the C. N. R. All can be broken is slightly rolling and covered with 'a good crop of grass. Price only per acre. ?SSO.OO cash and tho balance in four equal annual instalments, with interest at 6 per cent. For this and other bargains apply to the CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 7 Bryan Block. Auto. Phone 1011. 4.44 4 4444 4444 H t P. O. Box 337 -f 4444444444 NEW HOTEL KITCHEN The material for the kitchens of the new Alexandra Hotel in the Burns block was unloaded by the Stafford- Agmv Company yesterday. TCBMGT carload of fixtures have arrived and "will be installed in the kitchens of this hotel. In all there are about- fifty thousand pounds of material. The ap- paratus includes a triple: ;oven with three fire boxes weighing about five thousand pounds. A seven-foot steavj table, electric tea and coffee urns, warming ovens, bake ovens, electric dishwashers, pie and roll ovens, vege- table steamers from twenty-five to fif- ty gallons capacity, and other fixtures and utensils of the most modern char- acter. A new lumber company is being formed under the name of the Farm- ers Lumber Co., headquarters and central offices at Lethbridje. G. J. Hansch, J. H. Millard and Thos. Millard, all of Lethbridge, are organiz- ing the company which, has a capital stock of Offices have been secured in the Acadia building ,and yards and sites have been secured eith- er by starting new yards or buying yards already established at Seven Persons, Winnifred, Grassy Lake Purple Springs. They are going te open yards in other towns in. Southern Alberta as well. >Thos. Millard, who will be president of the company, and his son, have heen engaged for a number of years in the hader who kuows, who can do things. We have grand old men, but of these there have been but few who did not achieve their greatness in the spring- time of life. Gladstone was a cabinet minister when only twenty-six years old. Both Sir John A. MacDonald and Sir Wilfrid Laurier obtained cabinet rank at thirty-six. "But the achievements of youth are not confined to statesmanship. Alex- ander the Great, at thirty- two, was the same age as when fell at the ture of Quebec. Watt was thirty-three when he invented the stoam engine. It is not so much the lack of opportunity as the lack of readiness to seise the opportunities that keeps men frjcnis- ing. "Youtk hath its own future in its hands to make or mar. The existence of each individual affects more or less tho existence of others. Men can not live for self alone. If the individual is God-like and true to himself, the public will bo good and true also, but if the individual is false to his better nature then the public must also be false and corrupt. "All men are not born equal. Men vary in physical strength, in keenness of vision and in brain power. It is brain power to-day that causes one man to be exalted above his fellows. The ultimate destinies of a nation will be affected by the manner in which an individual employs his brains. Money to Loan Fire Insurance THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY ACADIA BUILDNG REDPATH ST. TELEPHONE 1325 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M M 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 44 4 4 4 4 f W. J. LLOYD C. H. DEVINE Your own selections from the old Steed Ranche, eighteen miles east of Warner, up I IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT Ltd. X 103 Sherlock Block Phone 1353 Lethhridge 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 f 4 4 4 44444 M M 4 M H 4 4 4 4 444444444444444.444 4444444444444444444444- Fully modern cottage on Redpath St., near Westminster Rd. will 1-2 feet frontage Phone 1183 J. I. EAKIN CO. 307 OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL 4.4444-444 4444444 4444444- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4.4 4 4 "Statesmen and political economists predict that the century will be an J epoch of unrest. The socialist propa- ganda in Germany and France and the lumber business in Manitoba. Mr. I Budget in England are already resard- I Hansch has been connected for seven years with the Citizens Lumber com- pany, both in Dakota and Alberta. All three of the men are therefore experi- ed as monitory tremors that may her- ald a volcanic eruption that may rend the established state of society. The signs of the times all point to great enced lumbermen. They intend in the near future in our so- ing on a general retail and jobbing lumber business. 4-444444444 M 4 ft t 444444 Some day, not far distant, you will wish you had shared in the advances these lots will make. Write for blue prints, etc. today, or better, ask us to reserve the best lots still remaining. Prices from to T TALK ABOUT SNAPS! WHAT'S THIS 2 lots in business section Westminster Road at ?9QO.OO 4 roomed house on 2 lots, Nivcn St., at First class shack and lot, Norman St., at The North Leth- bridge Realty Co. C. S. DONALDSON, Mgr. Westminster Road SNAP NEEDHAM BAKER BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles cast of Lethbridge on the G. P. E. Sections Near Warner on Crop Payments Or Will Sell in Two Section lots rm me Geo. M. Hatch Land Co. 316 Round St. cial system. The younger generation may see the dreams of Edward Bell- amy fulfilled. But the extent and method of accomplishment will depend on the youth of to-day. There may be a socialistic upheaval involving all business in its ruins, or the changes I may be gradual and acomplishing the ends desired with the least possible disturbance of the interests at large. "What is the attitude of the youth to-day? Parliaments are but the re- flex of those who take an active inter- est in politics. If our abler rr.on S'-U- ishly devote their talents to their per- sonal interests the weaker and less able will fill the parliaments and con- trol, the destinies of the nation. It is the duty of every citizen to take an act- ive interest in the welfare of his coun- trv. Youth must decide whether it will endeavor to live for self alone or recog- nize that it has a duty to its fellowmen as well as to itself. Youth must sac- rifice time to the study of matters like- ly to affect the well-being of the land in which it lives and to the election of. good ihteljigdrit representatives io par- liament. "To be greata nd famous are not the same. Many a man truly great, who has done his life's work well, has lived a life of seclusion. Success is al- ways in your power if you persistently and vnflinchto.gly seek it Remember that he has achieved succcess who has lived well, laugued often and loved much; who has gained the respect of intelligent men and the love of little children; who has filled his r.Iche and accomplished his task; who has left the world better than he found it, whether an Improved poppy, a perfect poem or a rescued goul; who has never lacked appreciation of earth's beauty or failed to express it; who has always looked forward for the best in others and given the best he had; whose life an inspiration, whose memory a benediction." A hearty vote of thanks was tender- j ed Mr. Conybcare for the address, i i which received the interested attention j of the audience throughout. j "T I The next meeting of the Knox Men's Club will be hold on Tuesday evening, j March 1, when a debate will bo hold on the subject, "Resolved that the govern- ment should not own the railways." 15 acres close to Eosedale. per acre. t- One-third cash. Balance 6 and 12 mos. t Clear title. 4 Aent for Barnes Coal. prompt attention. All orders receive 4- Tke Golden West Realty Co. Go-Op. Block 4 44 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 Crabb Street 4 444.4 4444444444444444444444 4 4'4 4 4'4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M East of 26 to 26 in 126, each; terms. Lats 30 to 34 in 12S each; terms. Lots 42 to 49 in 125 each; terms. Lots 6 and 7 in 960, 1600; cash. Lots 9 aud 10 and 13 and 14 in Block 24 Duff, facing Westmin- ster Road, ?353 each; terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 M4-4444444444M4444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 T FOR SALE 5 acre lots suitable for market gardens, etc. 1 mile south Agricul- rural Grounds! We.are owners of this land, therefore guarantee price to be xiuch lower than any other the same distance from this -J city. See as for prices and terms. I F. L WHITNEY COMPANY J Leading Real Estate and Financial Brokers I 414 Roundest. P. O. Box 377 -I 4M 4 MM4MMM t 4 4 44444444444444444 DESIRABLE RESIDENCE SITE 3 lots in Block E., facing Westminster Road. each. R. V. GIBBONS Co. PHONE 1191 OTT BLOCK TODAY'S SPECIALS REAL Sections, 2 ]-2 miles from Wilson Siding and 3 miles from Stirling. 640 broken, in winter 220 ready for seeding. Seven miles of fence. houses, I barn 34x56, I implement shed, 2 wells. This land is level and free from stone. Price Terms easy. acres of choice land close to Dia- mond trade for a modern house in Lothbridge or a pair of residential lots on sewer. Seven roomer] house on v GENTS for Rumley steam Cvabb St., olotir'r light.. Lo; 50 x 240, running thror.gh to Hodgemp.R oqini'lo 4 lots. Prico cash; balance to suit purchas- er. and gasoline outfits, Cock- shntt plows, drills, wag ons, buggies, Frost Wood haying and harvesting machin- ery, Brantford twine. Tjhp ipfhhpi iflj LulIiUI I eelty CD, Ltd. Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Hotel ;