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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .\4^eiilnA1L!^ IJEKALO PROVINCIAL AGEXTS- IS'atioiial l?lr� InsiiraiH'e C of I�ifits-blll'if ^Tota! assets over -SlJ.OOO.OOO.) REPRESENTINd- Phoenix AHxiiirance Co., Loiuloii, ^w^. l>oiiiinloii of Canada (jiiiaraiUco iV AcclilciU. Noith American Life (Loan Depi.) BRANCH i:s AT- Loiuloii, Kn$>laii(l:Xcn Vorii, I .S.A.; Edmonton, Lrtlibrid^e and Hi^li Klvcr. Albei'fa. AC i:\ci i:s- VVetaskhvin, Lacoinbe, Ked Dcei-, ('laresholni. Maclcod. Ledibi-id^c Rraiicli, .).K.Anderson', M}*!' F. C. LOWES & CO. * onncif Will t se Money Available - Aid. Goode Asked Many QneHtions at Coiuieil Meeting'->City Will Ha\e Sli'cet C^oniniisHioner-Ask C. P. K.'I'o Fence Right of Way "Thnt pending tlm voilng on the by-liiw to provide tlie snm of $100.nno !ror llie Improveniciirs ai ilic aKi-lciiI-iiiral gi'onnds, ihls ooiiiicil do hereby aiitliori/o an advanco of }l:!S,OflO for thp puipose of I'onsn'iK'linn of ttie main building only. Raid a �^ Iheneatest fully modern 1 \ V , houses in the city. It is situated 2 nilnulf'b from Cential School and stands on a lot and a half wilh east facing. Owner leaving cily. Price ?'1,!00; $1,000 cash, balance arranged. . ' v _� :. 'until Ihe by-law was pa.=;sed. as 11 woultl be necessary in liorrow the money lo make up ihp balance of Ihf S 100,000 required. No Floor in Building .\ld. Goode pointed out that tlu plans did nol call for any floor iu the building. This had been o\er looked by the agricultural society rii rpclorate when considering the plans These plans had never been seen by the representatives of the cily cnuu Tax Sale Ordered The secretary-treasurer wag order ed lo make arrangements for holding a lax sale of all property on which I there are arrears of taxes' of twc jyear.H or over. Aid. Goode Curioui (.'oniing lo the order of busiiieBg known as "InciuirieB," Aid. Goode wauled to know what had been done about ihe patrol boxes. He did not believe in the council paasin^ legia-lalion and then not carrying it inlc It 6 lots in Block 3, corner Tenth Avenue TAvelftb street-SSI 5 1^^**^ Easy tojin.s. ASOUITH & UNDSEY and REAL ESTATE A FINANCIAL BROKERS. FIRE INSURANCE. 307 BROWN BLOCK. PHONE 1183. >V;r JiJivs siiliinitLed from Western Stales, it is tlie only one tlial- coiihl he found eiilirely free from foul seeds. Fifteen ihoiisaiid i�omids nl' lliis ^eed \ver\ y 2 lota In BIk. 6 Al�x�ndw Addition. Corner. At $300 > A each-^terme. 2 lota in BIk. 8, Alexander \' Addition. Only t180 �eh- ea�h.--Hurryl ' Y ^* 2 lota in BIk. 11, Alexander Addition, at I22S each^-ternM. ... 14 lota in BIk. 12 Alexander Addition, at $225 each-1-� *-caah, bal. 4 and 8 months. e lots In BIk. 12 Atoxandtr Addition. Only $200 eaclv- caah.-Hurrj'l W. R. Dobbin 310 7th St. Soutb Phone 363 f MONEY TO LOAN on / Farm Lands Ay City Property Rents Collected i,, | Listings Wanted i ? Houses For Sale ^, Fire, Life & Acci- i dent InBiiraace W. M. HARRIS DOMINION BLOCK � the mailer of transient n-ader.= .crossings and he wanted to know why and sales agents was referred lo tht report had noi been sent in. Nc city solicitor^ with instruct Ions to|one knew, although the secretary sale confer with L. M. Johnstone, the so-;that the engineer had been notified, liciior for the apiilicants. for a liylawj Fra.vne wanted to know why I lie his the (h(^ le .sown lasi year ill the Coalthih'disl rict and ('.icl I hal douhle I hat aiuoiiiil will he .^(�\\ii year spea-ks well lov.ils adapiahllity lo eon 111 ry. This seed is hroiiohi in iroiii liali and i hioliesi jirieed seed per nmnlli. no inlerrsi. Von can Imi\- l'i\c of these lots iio\\-. t'or less than oik' will cosi yon on(> year hence. 'Make provision lor the t'niiu'c.' THE fire-LIFE-ACCIDENT-AND LIVESTOCK INSURANCE Phone 62a. Sixth 8L ul�|� Bank �r Mont rvul. HERE!" 4 loi>, con ;il -fiTOO each. 'I er Hoiiipa-hi i'd cash. L S. L. S. Ripley ROOMS 1 AND 2. RIPLEY PHONE 1034 a 11(1 r.riiesi : snap & CO. J. Edey laud .Vlunicipaliii.'s KsUiug supixirl for ;ili." proposeti Ce irgian Ray canal, was (referred to tllie lioiird of Tratlc. A Disputed Account I The a(-couni of ihe l^ov ICIcciric-�, |,e sireels was most unsatisfactory I,Co.. for ^oDie Sr.iHi for material and ji^ though! Ihe council should ndver work vho bad I he j reets. Siipt. Scott should be lefi _ maiciial wiihoui haviiii', ihe order , ,, n,,, ,.|u ,s w^^re was (1. The mayor considered that ' plenty of work for him there and he -..i'liic of Ihe work was ii^ji ncces- i,.,,, m ](,,|^ af,j,r tiip gireet: fai->, Suni. Keid was scui for and i,,,perly. .Aid. Oliver thought like-he exphilued ibal be hud given the .visp and so did ihe oihers who said order for the one bill which anioiini- m a few words, li was therefore c,l lo %-'y-''. Inn knew nuihiug of ihc'moved bv .Aid. Gnude and Bowman lUhers. .Ml-. Fleetwood had asked for that ihc cay engage a street coiiiniis-'clcH-iric ligliting oil Ihp siree! iiislead ainncr at a salarv of �]00 a month 111 iia.iii^ lo pill hiinps ihere every uli, will have full charge of the niu'hi .-Hid he also wunlod lighiing l;i m;(iii'eiiance of Ihe streets. The mo 'l,c siuifis lhal were being sunk, lli- lum carried . i-iil 1101 iinler ibc- iiiii-ibaae of aii.i Fence Right-of-Wav / Lethbridge Real EiUte FOR SALE Lot XI, Railroad BoulAvard; 1250. Two cor. lota Westmln-Bter Road, 11100. Fairview, Rosedile, Sunny-side Additions. Tell us what you wish to buy and we can gst It lor you. See McLachUn Realty Co. 11-12 Southard BIk. Phons 5SS ed. Amendments providing that �at er-iisers having metres should- t�a,v monthly, and that the use of water for lawns and soda water fountain^ should start April 15, and that the hours for using water on lawns ne restricted to 6 to 8 a.m., and from I to 10 p.m., -were adopted. The ooiin ' cil decided thai delintiuent water-us ers should he given perional notice that the water connections would be cut off three days before it was done.  and that they shotiid pay fifty c.enlE for having the water cut off and Ihe same amount for having It conn�ct4>d again. \\'Rter bills are pa.vahle on " i or before the 35th of the month on which Ihe bill is rendered, wbidi .wlU be (luarierly, as heretofore. t SERIOUS SEAMEN'S STRIKE PROBABLE MACDONALD BLOCK. Antwerp, Belgium, March 20.-Thai;: impression deepens among continoii-tal ship owners ihat while an attempt by the International Seamen's Union; to bring about a universal strike will the fail, a serious strike at iSnglish porta-may be expected. This eventually,, will spread lo the continent/ where,; II is believed it would cause a cpn-i dltlou of chaos in the world's shipptaig trade. U is adiniited that there are not enough other saviors availtible to . take the place of the union men If the latter should go out. RECIPROCITY AND PEACE ii;.hl;i :is � l-jly !;l(l|-"f liuii I lll_- I 'I ^iih! 'iial - - - ' ^- ;-ticeil In )i (iiily peace inn iiiisi- "lien ihc icse are always ke]pt ai thr-Xcilber l.iul he ordorcd ho mil ill llif^ iiiniicl. Ik ilic Hov Comoaiiv line Aid, Frayne brousht up Ihe mallei or ilip -leople cro-ssinis the railway rr,-i(-ks between the station and Thlr :couth Street crossinj;. which matter liike bacli ihe n\iiici-i;ii had been spoken of by Robt. Nim III i,:-iiiic I Jim ; .11 only peace inn iiiisi- "lien ihc cil> wa,^ ihrou?;h Willi ii loons in addressing ihe council enrl.\ !iicss :ii:(l co!iiiiioi-cia| i'eia I ions. lie s(i i l^c iiiniioii was uluendeil m pru in ihe session. .Aid. Frayiic said ihat ;is c\iic-i;.l 1 . .011 udcr Cumidiaii re '.idi ilwr tin- hill be paid afier ihi it would be a hardshiii o-i ihe peopU jcipi-nci!. iicii'-. fr Mil lliis staiul;,-o!iii. .-.hauc had iiocii crediU'd. lo have I.) go around. espeoitiUy when j.ilr. II nil i..'i,.-.cs ilic formaiioii of Y. W. C. T. U. Home Effects iboy often had lo wait a long lime 'peace ,1). !� li-.-. in I'nitid fliaios aiiil I lie (-iiiiiic ii decided Id ac-ce(ii i,, gc; across ihf track because ol _ fauiiiM vMll -i-c-iic siicli a sirong puh iol|ei- u\ ihc W C, T. 1'. m lake omm liains siaudinf; on ihe crossing. II , lie cipiiiiini [>M I Ic.-icr rclai ionship, ii iheir iissi-is iiuumnlInu Ui J:',Hiio. an;; was puiiiled oui lhal nere was nc Si. l-'nul, March ul.-- Ai-rangeiiieiii , u ill (lc.ei(.|i u se;itiuioiil which iiu pii> 'heir ilebt.-i, ilmolllllill^; i.i $Tiio necessity of those long waits as the ! for a nieeiiiis; lo he licld loiii^hi in: polli ii i,'ii ^ iinliiii; f-ir a few solfishiMiid "ill siorc ihe sliilT iu a iiii.mso law did noi allow- a tray.i to stand the old capilol lor Ihc purpose of or ; im ci-i.^'v.ich! dare oppose. I^roof hiiiidin.:; iiiilil ihe rhiiiirens oji a erussing more than flte mln ---------- Ilciine is biiiJJ and u?e ii iln-ro. uii-s iii a lime. The danger people GENEHAL ELECTION IN 'Ihe leitor of ibe Leilibrlilge Farm .are in when crossing the yards was ONTAFtlO NEXT YEAR iHK Company, surrendering ilieii- con .generally admilted and a motion wa> Tnioni,. .^'.i-cli L'l.-'Ihe dis.soluticin ii->ardi by ihe inclii.-;i(in of an ileui (if .$12-"..iHiii lor a lelephonc nl -he lieteutioii . and suggesting that they lake sieju for ihe e.\pcii:-ies of (>i(.'ciion. Several � I loiiie was .grained. lo fence in Iheir right-of-way hptwoen changes in il;e pniviiu-i'il secroiar.vs The i)etltiou of ihe re,-