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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday. March Page 5 WHREHOUSB SITE The Best in Town 75 feet on Smith St, with brick building, 50x50 double floor and 24x80 single floor. Price Good terms given. W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street 4- 4- DO YOU WANT A FARM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA? We make a specialty of selling to actual farmers on easy terms. You' will not need much ojt.sh if you have the farming equip- ment. Why rent or buy where heavy cash payments are demanded? If you Intend to farm you cannot afford to overlook us. If our lands are not what you want, let us buy the piece you have In mind and resell to you on terms to suit, 4- iCONMEEKILL WAS PASSED By 4- FARM SECURIH COMPANY Whitney Block Lethbridge Rational Union Also Passed BilJ ATE STRYCHNINE PILLS. I Ottawa, March playing with a box of strychnine pills, the M- months-old daughter of 31 r. and Mrs. A. E. IHackney, this city, fed some to a pet dog and ate the 'others her- iSOlf. Both died. f'A KE QUESTION OUT OF POLITICS it BEST BUY ON MARKET I Three roomed house on a lot 47 ft by 225 on Crabb Street. lill Ol Leader -t- An excellent site for and yards in rear. We Loan Money on Farm Lands I I 7 X SNAPS A nine roomed house in splendid location in North Lethbridge; has water. Buyer can take one lot or two with We have several acre lots in North Ward for each; good terms. Building lots in North Ward each; splendid location and easy terms. ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. -H-K- JOHNSON BLOCK -4- 4- HERE IS YOUll OPPORTUNITY Lots on London, ?300.00; corners On Mary and Beatrice south of London, These are the best offered yet and their value will increase more quickly (nan any other part of the city. These will not last long. MCGREGOR DICKSON P. O. BOX 2109 4 BEGIN BLOCK PHONE 597 We Buy Lands for Cash Ottawa, March Commons private bills committee this morning reported the Senate bill incorporat- ing Congregational union of Canada with amendment insisted by Senate that the real property of the union shall not exceed in any province 000 and in the whole country 000. By a vote of 39 to 29 the Commons railway committee this morning after a lot of wrangling, passed the pre- amble of the Conmec bill authorizing the construction of a canal from Lake Winnipeg to Lake Superior. Delay was asked for until the Man- itoba government could be heard from but this lost on a vote of 35 to 30. Wrangling continued until the ad- journment of the committee when the chairman announced that the bill he made the first order of committee for March 9. T T PHONE 455 in Manitoba Bound- aries Issue Price terms. 1 4- 4- 4- 4- COMMONS HAD A QUIET DAY Naval Debate Continued Hughes Makes I a Kick t 4- 4 4 4 f M 4 MORE MONEY GETTERS I lot and shack, Macbeth St., 4 lots on William St., off Courtland St., down; bal- ance 4 and S months. 3 lots on Nonnau St., in Block the three; easy terms. 3 lots on Hodgman in Block 15, near corner of Charles handles. FKANK WADDINGTON CO. ROOM 9, BRYAN BLK. TELEPHONE 426. 4- -4- A Few Snaps in Farm Lands 160 aces near Barnwell, terms. Section south of Taber, 117.50; cash; balance 4 annual payments at 6 per cent. This an excellent piece of land. Section .on Weyburn line, good terms. Furnished house for rent. Iowa-Alberta Land Co. L S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Blk. iJT. C. Norris, leader of the Opposition! 444444 4 4 444 ll j Winnipeg. Mai'eh masterly i speech on the boundary questioa by was the feature of yesterday after- noon's sitting of the legislature. Mr. Norris made an earnest awl sincere appeal to the Rovernment to put pettiness and party feeling in dealing with the question and to approach it as a serious business in the interests oi the province. In this vein, the leader of the Oppo- sition spoke of the ultimate possibil- ities of the northern country and sug- gested that it might be more advan- tageous for the government to ask for lands and not for money. He suggested further that the pro- vince should have taken steps to gain reliable information with respect to the northern country. Mr. Norris