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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 10, 191 L LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERAL Page 3. The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments.. Investigate as much as you like. You will fail to find anything-that.offers, -everything considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT., in and talk It: over. C. Lowes Co. 'f North American Co.. London and Accent Phoenix Co, Ltd., of London. Edmonton, High Nanton, Vancouver, ATT :LESS THAKT3IARKET PRICE 2 loti west side Block 128, close to CourtUnd St. each..' Easy terms. 6 loti west Block 129 running south from lane; only 1-3 cash; 4 aud 8 mos. It V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott Block SHORT FOR WINNIPEG GAMBLERS Winnipeg Jan. fin fug .fourteen gamblers' today, y Daly- eaid that the :next offender would given a Jail term without the "option of a v GB1WS REPORT The H. MACBETH AGENCY N8URANCE SHERLOCK HOUSES TO RENT Froni Per A GREAT HOUSE BARGAIN 7 fully modern up to date houBO on Brunton if takea at once. .only THE EXCHANGE 509 4th Ave. Phone S97 C. L. JOHNSON Dunkirk, Montana. KASLO, B.C. F THESE PROPERTIES are not sold by February 15th, I will then arrange to rent and lease them for a number of years, so that this opportunity to pick up cneap- yes, dirt in B.u will be osi i or the present i A 320 Acre Homestead Relinquished iln the best part of Northern Montana at a low figure ought to be worthy your consider-N ation. I have a few choice ones for sale. A few have to 'sell. I pu-k up these few. I also secured a bargain deal in a large tract of cut- over land: in the Elathead Valley, some of the land-is open, the balance stump land. I bought it of the Milling Company and will give you" a real barorain in a ten acre tract or larger o o .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 valley, running Northward. Write me for free booklet and any spe- cial information you may wish. I. will tell you the truth whether you buy or not. Iff 1-2 block from AYestmmster'Rd: and 1-2 Qiieen Park, each, v 1-2-cash, balance iri'4'and 8 months, at 8 per W.RJobtiin 310 7th St. South i. Handles Given three More Men But Eight Hour Shift Re- --No Censorship of MoVihg pictures --Women Not to be Allowed on the Point .'Tiie city, council .held a special conv mlttee meeting last night to consider toe recommendations, requests 'and suggestions contained in the annual report 'of Coief -of Police Gillespie, two hours dia- informally dog nuisance, poll TtaV collection, duties and hours of of.- police officers, the impound- ing of animals; .firsb aid to the injured courses lor the police, the morality question." ana other matters. The jcquncil, after turning the ques- tion. and '.over and viewing 'from- every decided that tne duties of catching stray dogs, Im- Lots, Block 129, 1-3, 6 and- Lots, Block L.; London Rd., and 1375 each; 1-3, 4 and Lots. Westminster Road, and each. Lots, Ernest and each; 1-3, 6 and 12. Cor. Courtland (74 x. 114 ft) Good tenet. U S; RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 i OFFICE. MACDONALD BLOCK. alley ways at 'the rear oi Round' and Kedpath' v" Tne .Chiefs..suggestion that courses of first aid to the Injured be. given to the police was also .accepted favor-1 ably and the idea emanated of having the fire department take the courses at the .The. matter of teamsters licenses which had also bee teamsters licenses which also- ha'd been mentioned in the Chief's report was laid' over to another Morality.Question .The morality commission sugges-1 lion did not .meet with very hearty! endorsationi'- except at the hands of I FOR RENT T We have beautiful modern cottage at 269 .'Erunton street; of tMe most in the city, at the low 25 ff. JOHNSsUJV LAXDXJO. rent of Block 323 FIFTH 8TRE1T' pounding collecting poll Tilley, .who moved a motion apV dogr.taxes could-, not be more satis-' pointing a commission" of five. The factbrilT done than under the direction 'motion, some dls'.'iis- of Chief Gilieispie and therefore it jsioa was '.withdrawn. The Mayor, nud will, report at the next meeting of all the Aldermen lo.v. ex- council that .'those duties continue 'S against .ii'ljvy- Boomed1 Gotta'ge on Ernest Street. Eor price enquire Skeithfc come underjthe -of the police department. it was suggested during ttte: discus- sion, that be .allowed to assign one'smin-fo all-of'-these tasks, but fuller" brought out euch an arrangement would be im- practicable from several points 01" view. lif was" decided however, to al- three more constables to be add- e'd -to the purchase two patrbl .to be placed in different parts of "the city, the boxes to have iug the segre'gateu arsa on -the. continuatiOii of struct to-be openad up again c.s -some of" them said tney-uurtehuDOci w.is being done. The place for the lisiribl it.'waii.ap- opinion is a Dqsition and at a remoter diitiHC-j from ihe city, than the old on the west side of the rtv the matwr for decided .u> leave the maiter uloue, advising the Chiei hownvar, inat it is 2" lots in facing- east, cash, and 12: inos. ..'N JKEALTY CO. t -.7 536 mctl less AflftL- somo time it direct telephone" communication with" the police But the trie councils wish that i[ the old opened a-iii, the ocuiioris L Phone 1343 Two upon Front St., with two storey building an of loti; upstairs; downataln used for moving picture theatre; brick front in town. Price ?2400. cash; balanca 125.00 month, interest 6 One" two-storey fifty feet front; 4 apple troefl; i. pluasf'l cherry tree; all bearing; with furniture and ail complete 4800 casb-r (Jump quick One lot in best residence lection, 1200 cash. 6 lots with two corntrs near Lake shore. Would make a iummer cottafe. Unobstructed view of lake and moun- tains. -To SITC away, J200 for the 6 lots. 3 corner, about 150 yards from C. P. R. depot; one cosy, house thtrwn; city water and electric lifhL Dirt cheap cash.. of. land, one mile rivor front, with some buildings; within 100-feet of Poplar Cretk station, Lardo branch of C. P. R, Price 1-3 caih; balance one and two years, interesf ax C p.a And aevtral other lots, all tor gale cheap. Apply to the owner. p. MCGREGOR KASLO, B. C. Good Solid; Buys 2 lots next 1 sic lane. 2 lots Bart- 1 ett street, ose 3 'Ipts; inBlk. 12T, facing north. 2 'Ar-; gyle Aye., next lane near minster. S600 2 Ernest and Lon- 4 J lots don. 4 Ernest street. 1-3, 6, 12 mos., 0 psc. 6 roomed modern house and barn, Argylc Aye., !2500; S450 cash; terms Phone 544 The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Coait Fire Int. Co. Alliance Fire Inturance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. mittee that a more thordugnVsy'fitem'of patrolling the' residential night be inaugurated. 'The'-committee did not way to -grant the request of an eight hour .day tor the police- men, the concensus of opinion being .that, the police are paid very good -wages, tteir duties while: somewhat monotonous, are not over arduous, and that to produce the same results would .need a very large addition to the number of policemen. However, it left the arrangement of the hours of duty to the Chief's descretion with the he can if he'wishes so the hours that the [men's hours are shortened, provided how- 'ever, the work can be thoroughly done. Owing to the cost with the doubt- ful'-york ability and advantages to be gained, it was decided not to place the-red signal lights on Westminster and: Round streets as 'requested by the chief. The Motions .r Three motions covering these, ques- tions were as follows: That three more .constables be add- ed.to the force; that the chief con- regulate the collecting of the poll "tax and dog tax, also the Impound- of animals as he sees fit so as to be ordered.out nt Other Matters Discussed With the Chief's report .disposed of one or two other, matters not connect- ed with, license and police were dis- cussed fora short Mayor Adams mentioned the fact tnat it was time the council appointed a city doctor for all civic employees, the employees all .being docked pro- bably a dollar a'month, from each of their wages, which would, cover all medical attendance, medicine and hos- pital fees. Such a step would be a protection not only to the city and to the employees, he .said, but to the em- ployees' families as well. Any per- son not wishing to. conform to'the ar- rangement could get out of it by writ- ing a letter to the council, however. Two or three aldermen spoke endors- ing Ihe idea and definite action was laid over until the first regular meet- Ing. About an Ambulance Aid. Sage an am: bulance, saying that' he understood one of the undertakers in the city was getting one, and wanted the city's backing. During the brief discussion that followed, Aid. Bowman, who is; also secretary, of Gait Hospital, men-j tioned that latter body had offer-! ed to place its ambulance at the ser-i AND COALco. v; FOjti'AjFEW SNAPS and Atkole IISSO "Lot on.Givh" Street, 55x120, 3 Spur.Trfeck Lots in Block 64, a snap.' .Lots" in--Blocks 125. 126, 127, 128, at easy' 7 roomed house with 'full cement basement and fire place on.Charles street, ?S5.0 handles. _ 8 roowed, fully modern house on-Courtland Street, a bargain.- give, best service, and that U-. vice of the citv, if the city would sup- ply the horses, the idea being to keep j I Chief use his own discretion as to the I'our.s of duty of his men. -That two patrol boxes be placed at convenient places, each which be 'equipped with telephones so mat-pat- rolmen can be in touch with the police ottice and visa-versa, the patrol boxes to be strong enough to serve as tem- porary losck-ups 'until help can be sent out from the station if necessary. That it is desirable taat patrol dis- tricts covering the outlying portions of the city be established by the Chief ot'Police so that all portions may re- ceive police protection, especially at night, No Censorship The matter of a censorship of mov- ing pictures was passed up for the present. The chiefs request for al- leyways to be lighted was answered by a morion reminding Electrical Supt. Held that a motion was passed early last year ordering lights placed In the 8-70 Acres of splendid Kootenay fruit land, five (5) miles; from Good four (4) roomed frame house, two (2) chicken houses 12x26, four (4) acres cleared mostly in clover, lots of water, 100 trees Price cash, balance per month or any reasonable terms HOPRINS CO, B. C. it at No. 2 Fire Station, but nothing had been done In the matter. Something te Think About In order, as he said, to save some lime, and to live the aldermen some- thing to think over between now and the next meeting, A lei. Sage mention- ed that the fancy goods dealers in. the city met last week discussed the early closing bylaw, as proposed by the council, and had decided unani- mously that the exemption of three nights previous to Christmas day from the provisions of the bylaw was alto- gether insufficient, for it was impos- sible for them to keep up with their Christmas trade in three nights. They favored ten. Three days probably would be quite sufficient for. erocsry stores, meat markets and so forth. Af- ter some discussion, the matter T-'XS dropped until the next regular meet- Ing. BIG INCREASE OF CANAL TONNAGE FIRE FOLLOWED FESTIYITIES ihc Ottawa, Jan. compiled Pittsbu! Jan. fes- !by the railway department show that' tivities sta: last Saturday in cclc- up to December 1st, when the Cana- the Greek calendar, nrnkp nut. tnrfav 1 nian canals closed the tonnage which jn a ipasseo through totalled mine near here. -v as compared -with in ed and eighteen farm: I the previous year- The chief incrcasr.j homeless. 125 persons I was for Soo canal. Thft i into the street to face lj Chamhiy and Trent, canals show df> fire spread so quickly that nw-T min- J creases. ers were unable to save their W farm 1< M< want your larm loans, money on stort notice. A few bargains in section "tracts THE o: W. KERR CO, 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager TOK SALE 6 room house: barn'-for 30 head of hordes; on acre oi ground; price 85300. Terms. 7 room room for auto; water; light; furnace; lot 87 t-2 x 125; price ?2650l Terms. 700 acre farm; 400 acres broke; 200 in fall wheat; house; bam, and woll improved; with 57 acres of coal right, mine in operation now; svill let one-half interest go in with farm; price ?29 per acre if taken at once. Terms. THE WEBER-HCFF INVESTMENT CO. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 tcs burn were made :'C driven Md. Thn ings, much of which was in cash. This j morning a long line of rncn, women and children, thin clad walked amonci the railway tracks in thr vicinity oi the stricken town looking for shclrrr Attachftd by of a sleeve and collar is a momhpiore for milk bottles which has bera invented by an Alabama man T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Agents Diamond City. Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Chriitre, Notary Pubilfl, city, ;