Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday ^rjiwli S and 12 months Lots 22. 28 and 2i, T)lock G, Duff F.slato, JS^ToO each, terras R. V. GIBBONS & CO. Phen* 1191 Ott Block ^" THE SUPERASSESSMENT AREA IS INCREASED If M Any of These on Our Famous Easy Terms IIOOO Aor�a 6H bloc In CarctaWn district, lerasg* \r. inchee high. UnnK "Prtngs on every section. Best mlxea farming land In Alb�rt�. 1448 Acres en bloc tu 17-83, near Vul�an, on the Carmangay brancti. A very fine pl�ce of eteatn plow land. C40 Acres, 'being laotlon 10-2-24, fenced, fine flowing creek In the north east oorD�r. three mlk's from elevator, big grass. All Bt�am plow Btuft. 8J0 Acroa two i^od one half miles from Warner, fine lying land. All plow. SIO Acroa, alx mUw trom Chtn on main lino of C. P. K. 35 acres brakM T*tkiw tor the diiH, h fair house, barn for S head. �mall out bnUdlRn, a sood well. ISverythIng ready to occupy 1(0 Aoree one half mile from Milk Rlrer Sfntlon, fenced, twenty acroB rsady fOr tho spring crop. 18ft Acrea In ll-fil, 7 miles from Diamond City, an excellent piece in a good district. 160 Acres in 13-25, 8 miles from Clare.sholm, all broken, SO acres Slimmer Callow, rpady for the drill (his spring, good fencing. good 2,000 bushel granary. This piece jb an extra snap. AND we HAVE OTHERS We own all our iMiila, we sell at a reasonable prloe and otiv terms well nr. yon win be surprised. Anyoue can meet them If they have the equlpicest tor lanuioe. Cut thie eut aM cair or wr�e us today. FARM SECURITY CO. ALBERTA OFFICE. WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. Vacant Lots in North, East and South Parts of the City Will Pay Extra Taxes Until Buildings are Erected /\1bo 10 iiirlmk- Idls 11' anil i:i lyiiigi miiinton St.i and wp�i of Third Sf noiicp;'"^- "'"incss St.i or s'lbtlivialoii of i sami'. I ciiy council Aid. HnwiMMii i^.n I (if mill lull to iiicfcapc ilic iiie;i of land i ., , , . i r ,c. . ii I i Also loi.s I I and uesi half (if I', and > ^ iu ilip city 10 l.c siilijeci 10 ihc super-j ^^.^g, -i^ajf of 19 lying to the west, of' jasBessmonl. At tho nippl itiR ycsierday ^ Third St. S. iC'iiilncss. 1 tind sourli of | : his raol Ion wa.s iiiirodiicod and |i:iRHcd. ! Seventh Ave. A. South. 'Hniii;oii,) By Ir I ho present auperDasfssuiPiit area in extended as follows: Bounded on the West by ihe westerly hotindary of the nuff Addition, on the South by itnd north of Eighth A. Ave. S. iHal-.nmon St.,1 or subdivision ol' same. Also (hat unnumbered ijiirci lying to the west of lot 1. blcck 1. lJuff Ad- .Nlnth Ave. S. fMacDiiff S1..1 from ; ditlon. Sixth St.. iC'rab) to Seventh St..' Also the whole of t.iie Wallwork Art-j f;lyn,) th4 anrt l.i.'.,'bounded St. P. (V\'illl.-im, I and by Kirteenih'as follows; On the south by T-'irst 81. .S. from KiKlifh Ave. 8. to Second j Avc\ .\. (Railroad Ave.,) on the west. ..\ve. S., (F'ord.l and liy Ser.-ind Ave. j by Sixteenth St. .N'. Miarnes and Hall-S. from Fifteenth .St. S. to 'thirteenth ey Slreete.) on .lIic west In lanes St. S. i West minster Roml.i ihrough blocks 137, i;iii, l.trt, ir,-i [ Alaa to Include lots 12 aTiil 13 ly;ag|and 165 and on the nonii 1)\ Se\enth to the south of Seventh A. Ave. S. St. .S. (Macbeth SI.) INCENSED AT ACTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL ScImm�I B�}||"(I V\ ill Figiil the Pi'opo.sed Kecd Street ICxteiisuMi->\'oiil(i Kiiiii High Sehool Site- Legal .Vd\ ice Will Be Secured Lots, Block ]iG-price |36fi each. "J'erms 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months. 3 I.,ot9 Block 14S-$3-lfi each. Terms one-third cash; balance 4 and 8 months. 3 Lots, Block 150-J325 each. Terms 1-3 cash; balance 4 and 8 montbs. NORTH LETHBRIUGE KEALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 63S Here is a Chance For the Thrifty Lots in North Lethbridge which will make you money $125 -$20 Down $10.00 Per Month -No Interest Tliiii the ciiy rouncil hats been discourteous to say the least in ROlnp ahe.iid with the proliosed Reed Street e.tiension witlio.Tii consultlnp the school board as tc; the effect it. would have on the high school proijeriy was j the expressed opinion of iiie school I board la.sl nighl ('haiiinan Fleetwood, in inlroduc-| iiig the subject, declared that if the: exien.sion is put ihrough. cnli.iiig off, i as it will, a large tsllce from the soutli ; slile of the board's property, the property will be practically useless for, the jiiirpose for \s hicli it was purclias-' ed. It was .,is opinion ihat ilie board should fiKhr ilie proposal to liie limit; and 10 that eird .should engage a solic iior. Secretary Bowiiian. stated that tlie. owiicis of a little over half the land' affected had petitioned for (ho ex-� .'elision and it wonlil coiiseiitiently be! unnecessiiry for the city to advertise the lU'oposal, Practically die whole of' the land taken will come off the school ' property and very little off the land of the petitioners. Dr. (iaibral.h declared that the ciry CDunrll had acted very discourteously til the bo'drd in the matter. It must liave known that the board was very much interested in it and might at least have notified the bodrd of the petition, and asked how the board felt about it. 'X'lie council, he .said, would not like to have the bo.nd take steps towards cu'tting up one of tlie city parks without consuliing them'aboui ll, O. D. .\nstln thought that if ihe city persisted in the ma':ri- the board would be entitled fo liiul damages, beyond damages rhtii couUi be obtained if if were orditiary^ property, for It was jjiircliased with a puriiose and tiiere is not another prope-i:. suitable for the puri)0.se in (he ci:.^. Secretary Bowman poiitied out. that while, if the land is e.xpropriiiied the scliool board wonid be paid for the land taken: still it would have lo bear its share of ilie asse.s.'-iiiieiit of S.", |)cr cent, of (he total i-o:-t 10 be borne by tho propert.\ owners iiffecled. .After some futtlier dis ^ e: al 7 W. R. Dobbin :}10 7tli St. Soiitb 'o lie ihi> ;.....lings. The nldinncii were cici,.ii u the uudersianiliim Ihc: tlie mci.i.as Mere to be hcKli ai iiiLlit. .\iii' , �lien should lie paid lor| the time ill";, i.iok from (heir work. ! '� .Aid. r,ii,'. m.i:. >. a.-, opposi'd to gettitir.' ;|im:. , timl '.vas '.illiiif; to ;;ivp his time' , wlii.il wa.s \ ,f ciinsiderable as he f-l Icounteii sotui- -if tho hours he t-jient ; at city work. Aid. (ioode Ihotiglit li;."-^ 'wise. !i.:' 'Imii^Ii' tliat committee' ; meetings mi.iili' be held at night, 'l"he.\ iwiinld li-!'.c tu �ai-:c more time during jtlie da,, 'o it;-,.ei: t.i large amount of! : work that i tnients 2 lots on Round St.. with small house, renting for 120.00; will he business property In a year or two, onlj' $3800. Good terms. Semi-modern house on 40 ft. lot, $1450. tlBO cash, balanoo monthly payments. 211 acres, S miles S. 12. of this city, all plowed and ready for seeding, $35.(JO. ; rnomi-d modern coi' ige -fIne location, S:J1U0-terms. U lots, Sldil each-terms. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO., Johnson Block The LAST and Richest New Country on the Continent Is British ColnmUa | 373,630 square miles (aquKl to 188^ if 436,800 mores,) of almovt rlrgln ttr-rltory-oompostd of thirty nil-; ^ lion acres of the finest agrioultur- J-al and fruit land, fifty ntttUon aorm ciiy soiii itor � at;;, lulmeiiis io ili" | iiiid iiitilie piovi.^iiui for -hei !'. alderiueti. anil then i; ; o]tionul Willi (he councils' In stii i'l'cdiiir .-.ears, if ili:^re were iiii;. , councils, wlc'iier ihcy took pay or noi.: When i be motion was put Aid. Fra.v tie ^ and .-\ld. .'^acc alone supported ii. 1 service lie did iioi ill lii'ou. McLachlan Realty Co. 11-12 Souttiard BIk. Phone 638 KILLED CHIEF FRENCH OFFICER (Juelph Board o: Trade shelve:! a . dlsciisHiou on recTprocit.'-. Ivingsioii hotel men say ihat their : daily receipts are finder $10, except on I May 2-1, when recci|.ta vary frcri $(:(i ito .'?.'2:.. MONEY TO LOAN oil l''arni Lan(l:^ i.'^' Ciiy l'ro]>erty Rculs Collected List illn'.s Wauled Iliuises For Sale 1 ire. Life & Aeei-dent Insurance W. M. HARRIS DOMINION BLOCK Leililla, .Morocco. Marcli 7,-The chief of the Freiieb nolitary mission at Fez was killed today by a son of the ] (jp,, Saddlemerc. aged 2.'-;, was elee-.Vloorish .Minister of War, liecausc tholtroculed while trying to fi.\ the elec- Sherlock BIdg.-7th 8L 2 lots, Westminster Road, facing fairgrounds, each $400 7.S feet on Round street, close to Courtland, modern cottage and shack,, bringing splendid rentals, $9,000.00 Lots 34 and 35, Block 96, Eniesf street, near BoiBp.iB, each $875 2 lots on Ernest St. facing east, near Courtland, ea. $650 Some fine lot.s on 13lh Ava. South, terms $225.00 THE Dowsley-McMiUan Land Co. Phone 544 Kreuch officer iiad tution of two iiiuiNc caused the exe-soldlera. trie lights in tl>^ Morrisbnrg rlnk,| prior 10 ii hockey match.