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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LdJibridgft Padly Hereld, Saturday, March roomed modern cottage and two lots on Westminster Road north of London. Price arranged. 8 roomed house and three lots and barn on Argyle A vc., only cash balance arranged. 0 choice lots in Alexander Addition at each, with 1-3 cash balance in 4 and 8 months. Page 5 ,000 cash; balance W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street 2 lots on Ernest St., north of London ltd., cash; balance 6 and 12 months. 24 lots 1-2 block from new school silo. Splendid building sites, each; han- dles; balamu- very easy. 7 roomed house; lias and light, on Ernest north of London RcL; has bath- room, verandah and good basement; has been well painted; price cash; balance to suit. ILLINOIS ALBERTA REALTY CO. JOHNSON BLOCK ROUND STREET PHONE 455 MARKET GARDENS 10 garden within three miles of the city, ?100 an aero; 1-4 down; balance in eight annual instalments. MCGREGOR DICKSON 80X2109 4 BEGIN BLOCK PHONE 597 TWO BIG MONEY GETTERS Two inside lots for cash balance 2 yrs 3 corner lots on Round Street Terms. Splendid site for hotel or business block Buy sera and sub-divids. Tare's money in it, have sBYtral for sale, SEE US AND ENQUIRE FKANK WADDINGTON CO. ROOM 9 BRYAN BLOCK. PHONE 426. EVENINGS 469. 640 acres.two. miles from Wilson Siding for. sale at a bargain. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Phone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 254 'Phone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott Block Box 1892 Open from 7-9 evenings A SNAP IN NORTH LETJIBRIDGK Now cottage on two lots with stable ior four horses. South African scrip for sale. The McClure Stewart Agency SPLENDID WINTER ON THE PRAIRIES Call for Help Next Spring Will Likely be Met Ottawa, Mar. reports re- ceived by the Superintendent of Immi- gration from tiie agents of the Interior Department in the Western Province? are very optimistic and satisfactory. The past winter nas been an excep- tionally pleasant one In all districts. trices for farm products have ruled high, money has been plentiful and the transportation facilities have been equal to the demands of an ever-in- creasing growth of trade of an expand- ing country. The fuel (iiieston, which heretofore has been considered an annual fear, owing to the local supply centres fail- jlng to keep provided with sufficient coal to meet the deniands, has been obviated this season by the local deal- ers laying in heavier supplies, and al GRANDE PRAIRIE TREK IS NOW IN FULL SWING Party With 15 Teams of Oxen, Loaded With Implements and Supplies Weighing to Pounds, Starts Out on Long 500-Mile Jour- ney. Kdmonton, iiarci; trek to Grande Prairie has opened. Yesterday CONVENTION ON EDUCATION Meets at Calgary This Or ganization Will Follow Arrangements have been made for the holding of an Educational Con- vention in Calgary on March 29th. 30th, and 31st. This Convention will in all probability organize a provin- a large- contingent of fanners left on cial educational association which long Journey for tlie Canaan or Al- berta. The majority of tliera were settlers who went in last year, but many were new people. The most interesting party was Uiat which is known in the north country as "The Hull Outiit." These were members of the party of well-to-do Ontario fanners who went north last summer; They had so helped by the weather conditions i llead Ol oxen afltl one The-v which have been of a nature to mark lett Edinoilton in the first part of May as the finest winter for the pasi twenty-five years. ui riving at Beaver Ledge, Grande Prairie, on July 12. En route they Under these conditions, and with enc'ouutered all varieties of weather, which mark the opening of spring in the west. They left this city too late to reach Lesser Slave Lake settle- ment by of the lake, and too most encouraging reports coming in weekly from points in these Western provinces, tne year opens'with a faith in the future amply substantiated by conditions which actually exist. In a few weeks a call will be made lor farm lands At the present time there is no pronounced call for imme- jdiate hell) from any of the Western provinces. On and after the first day of April the cry will be for help. There is, however, no indication that the call will be of such an acute nature as to will provide for the holding of annual conventions of the educationists of the province. The Minister of Education has no- minated a Provisional Executive un- dt'r whose direction a programme, has .been prepared. Printed copies of these will he forwarded to all teach- ers in a few days and all others in- terested may secure programmes up- on application to the Department of Education or to the Provisional Sec- rctarv. W. H. Thompson, Principal ol the Normal School, Calgary. Full particulars regarding railway rates, etc., will be given on the programs. OLIVER INTRODUCES AMENDMENT TO ACT Ottawa, March Prank Oli- ver rtas given notice of a bill to amend early to be favored with passible I h vi T V I roads. At Athabasca Landing the Volunteer Bounty Act of T90G. Staple- cause alarm, and this may be account- ed for by the fact that the increase of immigration during the pust year has been such that great numbers experi- [encing their first year on their home- steads, will be at liberty to hire out. At the Immigration Offices in jnipeg, applications to date have Loen received from the three provinces, for a large portion of ments, and proceeded light. They i made an arrangement with the eni Transportation Company to cut 100 cords of wood -for use oof the steamer Northern Light on the Lesser Slave raver, and another 100 cords at the west end of the lake for use of the same steamer, in return for which is presumed that this means extension or time of taking UQ w the transportation company undertook to carry the settlers' implements from! the Landing to the west end of the' lake. The experience of cms party form the basis for a story'of intense inter- est, demonstrating the persistence and courage of decidedly superior peo- and men for iarm j whlch included a number of jwork in the spring, wages ior men and who were not'dis- jenced men' run from to ?3o per couraged by the difficulties which j month with board, for the season, com- [mencing Apin 1st (seven Inexperienced men for the same per- they encountered, and who are now unceasing in their praise of the coun- try in which they will be known in iod are offered to per month, j history as the pioneers. There is also at mis office :i good i demand for men for immediate em- Ipoyment, but very few are offering NORTH LETHBRIDGE SNAPS Splendid store setting on 2 lots, Norman St., now occu- pied by Ritchie Meredith, cash. o roomed house on McNab St. Terms. 2 lots on business section Westminster Road, until the 15th March, each. Terms. The North Lcth- bridge Realty Co. C. S. DONALDSON, Mgr. Westminster Road Two lots on Round St., Terms. Two lots on Westminster Road, Terms, Three lots on London Road, Terms. Alexander Addition Jots from up Duff Addition lots from up. North Ward lots from up on monthly payments. L S. RIP LEY Tel. 1034 Blk. DE VERB HUNT Real Estate Agent Oranbrook, 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. W. J. LLOYD C. H. DEVINE All Sec. 15-3-14, 12 niiles east of Milk Kiver. plowed. Easy terms or crop payments IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Lethbridge 103 Sherlock Block Phone 1353 VROOMAN SIMONS MACDONALD BLOCK ROOM 4 PHONE 399 Have for sale: 3 lots 26, 7 and S, corner Blk. 121, Sl.900.00. 1-3 cash; balance 3 and 6 months. 10 lots 71 to SO. Murray St. opposite new school site, S400 00 each; 1-3 cash; balance 3 and B mos. Warehouse lots with spur corner Ford and Bowman Sts each. BUSINESS LOCATION 2 lots 2oxl25 one of the best locations in the business part of Houses and lots in different localities, worth the money House on Argyle Ave., 5 rooms, cash. Rents Pays over IS per cent. j their services. jGRAND TRUNK GOING TO PROVIDENCE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Two fine lots on London Road, west of Westminster, S1500, Two good business lots on Glyn, for the pair. Terms. One good business lot on Durdett street, price Teni.i A nice bunch of outside lots at each. terms. Kvery ony of these is n good buy. For full particulars apiny CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rooms 6 7 Bryan Block. Auto. Phor.z 1C11. P. O. Box 387 Providence, R. L, March large representation of prominent railroad and business men and others appear- ed before the house committee on cor- i porations at tne hearing in the state j house today on the granting of a j charter to .the Southern 'New Eng- jland railroad, the charter was pres- I ented to the assembly on petition by i the Grand Trunk railway several i days ago. the plan being to extend i the 'trans-continental system of the Grand Truk to a tidewater terminal j at Providence. i Vice President and General Man- laser E. H. Fitzhugh of the Grand line was expected to address the hearing today. Many opponents of the measure were present. Acre lot in North Ward on easy terms. A few good building lots at and Terms. Six room house Duff Addition. Fully modern house Argyle Ave. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. WAIT FOli C. T. Here's a Good One 400 acres at per acre, easy terms. Owner obliged to sell on account of loss of sight. The land is 3 1-2 miles south of Pincher Creek, is clear of brush or stone, ami is well oO acres under cultivation ant' 20 acres in timothy; good house, granary, shed, hen house, pig pens and three sta- bles. Last year's yield 75 bu- shels oats and 31 bushels fall wheat rer acre. Adjoining 389 acres pasture with good brush shelter, per acre same terms GEORGE AY. GILL REAL ESTATE BROKER PINCHER CREEK, ALTA. The Edson Development Co. Ltd. Offices 217 Sherlock Block Lots in Edson. G. T. P. divisional point 860 to easy payments. B. E. STARRS MANAGER 120 ROUND ST. PHONE 306. A Few Specials In Farm Land Improved section near Car- mnngay extension west of Cleverville, IfiO acres in win- ter wheat; 300 acres ready for Spring wheat. New house and barn and drilled well. per acre. Crop pay- ments. 160 acres near Rprnwcll, a? terms. 640 acres xonth of Taber at 10.70 cash; balance 4 annual payments at G per cent. Section on Weyburn 15.00; terms easy. line. Six lots in Alexander ad- dition 85.00 each. Iowa-Alberta Land Co. SUBURBAN ACREAGE FOR SUBDIVISION We have4 15 or 20 Acres, Close in: Splendidly located. Easy terms. Til me Geo. M. Hatch Land Co. 316 Round St. For Sale! J.OTS 37 AND 38 in BLOCK 24 Duff Addition A very choice build- ing two. corner lots facing east. If taken quickly can he had for each. cash will handle, balance in and 0 months. These lots will double in value in one year. Apply to owner J. JONES P. 0. Box 5C7 or at 623 Street Good seven room modern house. cash handles. Price Half Breed .scrip for sale. Good brick cottage. 04 1-2 cash. lots Westminster EcU each. Terms. '2 lots 5 room cottage, cash handles. Orders taken for coal. The Golden West Realty Co. Co-Op. Block Crabb Street INSURANCE REAL ESTATE CITY AND FARM LOANS A Good Level Acre in Block T for Lots 20, 30 Block 3D for The H. flpcy Sherlock Block. nUSIN'ESS LOTS Rlk. 37 Red path St., worth each wfhin 90 days. NOW ONLY thr pair. Terms. FIVE ROOMED cottage? on Coutts St., facing east. Situate on 3 lots. Snap at TODAY'S SPECIALS LAST CHANCE AT THIS INESS door to Royal Bank Lots 3-1 and 35 with buildings thereon, Block 34 Glyn St., Easy terms. 6 lots on London Eoad; cadi, one corn or; 1-2 cash: 4 nnd S months. ALBERT E. IVES, f'OOB TOYS Choice acre loi> 'n North close in, for the pair. 1-2 cash; balance 5 and 10 mos.. a: 8 per cent. These when sub- divided wilt make 24 lots. Lot 7 in Work 17 on Hodgman St., for S425. Good terms. 2 room house and lot on Macduff St. for on terms for monih. F. L. WHITNEY COMPANY LEADING REAL ESTATE FINANCIAL BROKERS OFFICE 414 ROUND PHONE 1013 Tuo lous on Barnes St. 1-3 cash; balance 4 and S months. A MONEYMAKER Addition 4Sxl37 at. ?47o. R. V. GIBBONS Co. PHONE 1191 OTT BLOCK SNAP SPLENDID RESIDENTIAL lots facing north on Rog- ors St., each. 1-3 cash: balance 3 and G months. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty CD, Ltd. Phone 1173 One Jjoor South Balmoral Hotel Distributing Agency for RumKjy Enflincs, Cockshutt and Frost Wood Lines Farm LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ;