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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald, Tiienday, March MONEY cash, balance in 4 and 8 months at 8 per cent. Can you buy a ything else in town within the mile circle for such a low figure? W. R. DQBB1N 310 Glyn Street 48 Lots, exclusive listing. On ,.r......... very easy terms. Splendid lo- cation. These will not last long. ILLINOIS-ALBERTA REALTY CO. JOHNSON BLOCK STREET PHONE 455 WHY THE CITY WATER IS SO MUDDY Explanation Made at City Building; Not for Will Pay for for Hospital and Water for Provincial Jail -f -f 4- 4- MARKET GARDENS 10 acre garden plots, within three miles of the city, an acre; 1-4 down; balance in eight annual instalments. The regular monthly meeting of the city council' was held last night. There present, the Mayor and Alder- men King, Oliver, Frayne, Sage and Bowman. A communication was read from R. E. Parker asking for a. lease of the market building foe a year to be used for a roller skating rink. He would be willing to allow the use of the hail for the poultry show if the lease were gran-ted. Alderman King moved that the hall be rented to Mr. Parker 'at the rate of twenty-five dollars a montu for one year. He stated ithat the building as it stands is no use to the city. It would be a good Idea It the city couJd get a revenue from it until such -tirno as the fanners started raising market produce. It was more-of a burden on the city now than anything else.. Ald- erman Bowman stated that It they al- lowed the use of the building as a riuk or anything else they would have to al- ter the market by-law. Alderman Oliver thought tuat there would be plenty-of use for the building (in the fall. Will Not Rent the Hall showed that there were at present in the city fifteen premises under quar- antine The sum of ninteen dollars and fifty cents had been received in plumbing Inspection fees for the month. 'There had been two prosecu- tions under the health by-iaw during the month in both of which cases con- victions bad resulted, A draft of the plumbing by-law, in amendment to the present one was being prepared and would be submitted to the council at an early date. A letter was read from the Bank of Montreal asking that the council pass a resolution authorizing the borrowing of until the debentures were ratified by the provincial government for that amount. The mayor and sec- retary treasurer were authorized 'to take the necessary steps to secure the city's cre.dit as asked for by the bank. A letter was read from the city en- gineer regarding the application of the provincial government for water for a hundred dollars was authorised to the Army for this work. L. Keel wrote asking that the amount of fifty dollars be repaid him on the tender for the salvage of the old power plant as a motor had been removed from there after he had sent in the tender. A motion was passed advibing him that the new jail. He recommended the of water at the rate of twelve and a half cents per gallon delivered at the new standpipe. The motor was included in the salvage advertised. Superintendent Taylor, of the R., Medicine Hat, wrote stating that he had expecteu to have been in the city before in regard to taking up the matter of a bridge over the tracks at Coutts St. and would advise the city when he could be able to do so. Lots of Men After the Job There were forty-two received for the position of city elec- trician. The applications were refer- red to the water and light committee with Superintendent Reid to make the appointment which will be done ar soon as the committee can meet naC consider the applications. A letter was read from City Engi- neer Arnold regarding the require- ments of the Board of Health in re- BEST BUY ON MARKET Three roomed house on a Jot 47 if by 225 on Crabb Street. An excellent site for stable and yards in rear. Price termt. L S. RIPLEY Tel. 1034 Blk. DE VERB HUNT Real Estate Agent Cranbrook, B.C. Has several thousand acres'of irrigable land in successful fruit growing district. Good terms to colonization companies. Some choice 5 acre lots less than two miles from railway station or city. 'Write .for-'pamphlet. government should be asked to pay to sewase purification. He sug Aid. Prayne made an amendment j the cost of a ten inch pipe from Sested that plans be' prepared for sep- tliat the application be not considered there to the eastern boundary of the'tic tallks aiKl percolating filters with MCGREGOR DICKSON 'T P. O. BOX 2109 4 BEGIN BLOCK and 'that the letter be filed. T-le to be repaid by tu. such ed that'the city could make a success j time when it could be used by them, of the market tf they went after it in .'The letter was received and filed. the right way. It was not advisable! Not Pay For Advertisement from a health standpoint that the PHONE 597 I building be used as a chicken uouse A letter was read irom the city so- 4- land also as a skating rink. licitor C P. Conybeare regardiur tne advertisement for the street rail Mayor Adams expressed himself the Standard of Empire stat- tnot in favor of leading the building.'.fog that the city should pay ninety 4 4- 4- -4- 4- M'M'H M M H M M H H M M have it their If it ever were heeded the city should LOOK! Close to Westminster School. corner lots in 148 for 1-3 cash. 2 lots and house on Robinson Stret. Water. All fenced. For Terms. Splendid new house on Courtland Si., fully modern, standing on lot 35x125. Good barn at rear. handles. Price Rents for ?3o.OO per month. Owner will remove barn and allow if not required by purchaser. FRANK WADDINGTON CO. ROOM 9 BRYAN BLOCK. PHONE 426. EVENINGS 469. 44 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 444 4 44 4 4 4 4 M 4. M 4 4 4.4 f44 44> 4 4 4 4 44 640 acres two miles Irom Wilson Siding for it sale at a I THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE f Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 254 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4't 4 4 4 4 f 4 41 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4'4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 The amendment was carried. The report of the market master for the month of February showed a total of collected in market and weighing fees for the month. The re- pori was received and filed. Supt. of Mine's Report The of Mine Superintendent Hugh Scott for the month stated that the mine had been in operation for twenty-three days and in that time had produced live hundred and fifty-nine tons of coa., four hundred and ninety one of gone to the city power, plant. The report was received A letter read from Smith, Kerry and Chase advising that the work done n tearing out some of the ports of the new power plant that had been put up before the old plant was burned down and which had since to be changed should be paid lor at cost plus 'ten per cent. The recommenda lion was adopted by the council. Sanitary Inspector dollars 01' the amount asked. The conn il, however, did not seem to be of the -4- 4 4- -4 -4 CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Two fine 'lots on London west of Westminster, terms. Two good business lots on Glyn, for the pair. Terms. One good business lot! on Burdett street, price 'Terms A'nice bunch of outside lots at each, jpod terms. Every (one 'these is rat good buy. For full particulars apply T CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 7 Bryan Biock. Auto. Phone 1011. P. O. Box 387 4 44 M 4 4> M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 f 44 4 M.44M4M 4444-44 f 44444444 44 444 4 4- 4- 4- 4 4- tcre lot in North Ward on easy terms, few good building lots at and ?1SO. Terms. Six .room house rDuft .Addition. Fully modern house Argyle Ave. GALVIN-HATFffiLD CO. Open from 7-9 Phone .1425 Office Room rj, Ott Block Box 1892 opinion .they were under any estimates of the cost and that they be submitted to the provincial board of health as soon as completed. The report was adopted and the en- gineer asked to prepare such plans at once. Hospital Get Sewer Installed Aid. Bowman stated concerning the j building of the Gait Hospital that the cost had exceeded the estimates al- ready to the extent of about seeing that the city had borne W.J.LLOYD C. H. DEVINE Sec. 15-3-14, 12 miles east of Milk Hiver. All steam plowed. Easy terms or crop payments IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. 103 Sherlock Block Phone 1353 Lethbridge obligation to pay anything for this he advertising had not been author- zed by wem. The letter was ordered .0 be filed and all liability to the Standard of Empire for advertising was denied. A letter was read from W. Sim on behalf of the miners employed in the city mine asking that the miners be supplied with a doctor in view of their hazardous occupation. The communi- cation was referred to the health com- mittee to consider this with regard tr all other city employees r A motion was passed empowering the finance committee to borrow mon- ey for street extensions and also the money included in the next debenture by-law. Grant to the Salvation Army A letter was read from Capt Adams of the Salvation Army asking the council to make some grant to that of tne original estimated cost it institution to aid, in 'of car- The report of the sanitary inspector [ing for juveile delinquents. A grant of A Few Specials lu Farm Land Improved section near Car- mangay extension west of Cleverville, 160 acres in win- ter wheat; 300 acres ready for Spring wheat. New house and barn and drilled well. per acre. Crop pay- ments. 150 acres near BarnweJl, at ?20.00 per terms. 640 acres south oi Taber at cash; balance 4 annual payments at 6 per 1 i 1 I 44-44444444444 44.4444444 44 444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4444444 J The Edson Development Co. Ltd. Offices 217 Bherkck Block Lots in EdsoB, O. T. P. divisional point to easy payments. Section on Weyburrv terms easy. line, t B.E. STARES 4- 4- MANAGER 44 44 44 4 4 4- 4- 4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4 GOOD ONES BY THE NEW FIRM Four lots on Ford St. suitable for warehouse site. Four lots cor. Ashmead and London, very choice. Fully modern house on Ashmead eight rooms, terms. The McClure Stewart Agency Six lots in Alexander ad- dition ?1S5.00 each. Iowa-Alberta Land Co. i> OOCOOKXX SUBURBAN ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVISION We have 15 or 20 Acres, Close in; Splendidly located. Easy terms. me Geo. M. Hatch Land Co. 316 Round St. 4 120 ROUND ST. PHONE 366. VROOMAN SIMONS MACDONALD BLOCK ROOM 4 PHONE 3S3 Have for sale: 3 lots 2S, 7 and 8, corner Blk. 121, 1-3 cash; halance 3 and 6 months. 10 lots 71 to 80 Murray St. opposite new school site, each; 1-3 cash; balance 3 and 6 mos. Warehouse lots with spur corner Ford and Bowman each. BUSINESS LOCATION 2 lots 25x125 one of (he best locations in the hnsiness part of the city. Hoiisos and lots in different localities, worth the House on Argylo "Ave., 5 ro.qms, rash. Rents Pays over IS per cent. was not unreasonable to ask that they bear the expense of putting in the wa- ter and sewer connections. His mo- tion to this effect v.-as carried. On motion of Aid. Frayne: the build- ing inspector will be asked to complete ithe plans and specifications for the city stables and tenders Tvill be called or the construction as soon a.s the lans are ready. Aid. Sage gave notice that the take up tbe matter of a ic fire alarm and report at tho next council meeting. The hack by-law which was to :ome up for its first and second read- ngs was referred back .to tho city solicitor to make the changes in ihe rates as suggested by the chief of po ice. Why the Water is Muddy Aid. King asked the mayor why it was that the water was so muddy, Mayor Adams answered that the rea- son was that the old filter beds were not large enough and part of the wa-. ter was being taken in direct from the river. The workmen who were putting in the new filter beds were working right above the present intake and that' would probably account for the riley condition of the water there. The account of Doyle and Thomas for putting in the curfew bell was not approved by the council as the charge of sixty-five dollars was thought excessive. By-law for Weights and Measures On motion of Aid. Sage and Kin.c, the city solicitor was asked to draft a by-law regulating weights and meas- ures in the city not to conflict with any legislation of the province of Do minion now in force. The cheapest lots south of the track on the Charles third cash, balance 3 and 6 months; These lots will in all probabil- ity have water and sewer.'connection this year. J. L EAKIN CO. Phone 11S3 307 CRABB'ST. After 7 p.m. Phone 1210 OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL 3 corner lots for saleVCrabb St. Snap. 3 lots in Block 20, each. 1 lot with building on same.. 1 lot with office building, 3rd cash: balance 3 and 6 months. Scrip for sale. Coal orders taken. 44MM INSURANCE REAL ESTATE CITY AND FARM LOANS A Good Level Acre in Block T tor Lots 29, 30 Block 39 for The H. Macbeth Agency Sherlock Block. 4 -f 4- -f 4- -4- -f I1 Realty Co. Co-Op. Block Crabh Street GOOD INVESTMENTS Acre 3 In V., Terms. 1 level acre in L., Terms. 6 lots in Block 23 Duff, each. Easy terms. 6 lots in Block 20 Duff, east face; will have water and sewer this summer. ?400 each. Terms. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 GOOD BUYS Lot 26, Block 121 for Terras 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months. 2 lots in Block A, sub-division of Block J, on Westminster Road each, 1-3 cash, balance easy. 2 lots facing south on Rogers St., in Rivervlew, finest location. Price for the pr., cash, balance 3, 6, 9 and 12 mos. We have a. large list of houses for sale. Intending buyers T9il] find it to their advantage by calling on for prices F. L. WHITNEY COMPANY LEADING REAL ESTATE OFFICE 414 ROUND FINANCIAL BROKERS PHONE 1013 A MOXKVMAKEPx lots on Barnes St. WsUUvoik Addition 48x137 each at 1-3 cash; balance 4 and 8 months. R. V. GIBBONS Co. PHONE 1191 OTT BLOCK .0 BUSINESS LOTS Blk. 37 Redpath St., worth each wthin 00 days. NOW ONLY the pair. Terras. TODAY'S S P E C IA L 8 0 FIVE ROOMED cottages Q I T u T? n T modern house, 613 on Coutts St., facing east. 1 n Kouml 0 rooms, Lvery convenience. Automobile shed to store 2 alitos. Price right. Terms easy. Situate on 3 lots. ?4JOO.OO. Snap at roomed house, or. water. per month. Also stable on same property, per month. Lo- cated at 315 Wood St. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, Ltd. Phofie 1173 One Ijoor South Balmoral Hotel Distributing Agtncy for Rumley Cockshntt and A Wood Uines Farm LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ;