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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May THE .LETHBRIOCE DAILY HERALD Page 3, The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond City-135 acres broken- A 1 per acre cash--for this week only F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. sition. Price and terms are right. THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER INSURANCE LOANS 4HERUOCK acres in T. 6, R. 15, and per acre, 1-4 cash, balance in three years. aores in T. 6, R. per acre, 1-3 cash balance easy terras. TMs land Is toe finest steam olow proposition on the market. all -within six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-Weyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. h eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co, Ott Block u We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- This boiler does it economi- cally and well. It is built, for soft coal and is c -sily adaptable to wood. It is so constructed that the water absorbs all t.ho an atom goes up the chimney unless you use the dir- ect draft, Tlie flues are large and easily are reached through the doors on front of boiler near top. The boiler is built in sections. And can be increased at any time by the addition of one or more sections. This means no alterations in what, is already installed, if you enlarge your building.You can secure this boiler for either hot water or steam. It is very simple TO operate. It will last tor years without any ex- pense for repairs Metals One of these Heating Systems can be installed Limited: at. a very reasonable figure. Let us send you information on t.his system. Send in the co.upon now. We are the largest supply house in the West for fine Plumbing Supplies. Name Metals, Limited Lethbridge Calgary Address, and Edmonton Please send me information on your heating systems. Only Nominal Rent For Industrial Sites Ninety-Nine Year Leases to be Granted Com- mittee Named to Deal With Library Pro- position-Water in Coal Mine At the city council meeting vester- day afternoon, after the proceedings 'published in yesterday's issue were discussed, 'Aid. Bowman moved regard- ing industrial sites that firms cient ment the A. R. I. Co. regarding getting another nuisance ground accessible to North Lethbridge. Regarding the claim of Mr. Back- wishing to secure these sites be given "s J1- out that hie acci- a lease for 99 years, which may be re- dent occurred before the arrangement nev.-ed at the end of that time. The made for city employees to have t'irrcs will pay a nominal rental suffi-i meuical and hospital attendance and pay interest on the invest- the city and incidental ex- penses. They will also be required j nierit- was made to pay the taxes unless provision be made for exemption, and the sites jcjtv. sojicitor. jmitst be used for industrial purposes] The leases are not to be assign-' able except, with the consent of the council, and may be cancelled if the firms do not live-up to their agree- ments. There was some- discussion as to the advisability of enforcing strictly the order of the council that ail build- medicines supplied by the city, but- that the liability insurance arrange- previous to that time. The matter was referred to the I Steam Coal FOR SALE Can supply in carload lots land Bank of Commerce Building GRIEF STRICKEN MAN SEEKS NEW HOME IN GOLDEN WEST report of the Medical Health Officer was received. He also moved that the town of Blairmore be asked to bear the expenses of a smallpox case which came here from that town. Aid. Frayne moved that Inspector Vallance be authorized to put on ings on sever lines be required to! throe more teams temporarily to connect, with them. It was argued that.! cjean up rjie vacant property in the this worked a hardship on some whojcjty tbe ianes Mayor had built good houses before the sew-j Afiams said that Supt- seaman was er was put in. The council, however, f at [ancs ri ht The mav. decided to stay by the order. j cogt Q[ Street Balcony 1 keeping the streets in shape is exceed- The Alberta Loan and Investment j jng the interest on the amount; it (Jo. asked permission'of the council to] would cost to pave the streets. He Winnipes. May most while playing around -he ;i sort of artistic verandah across! Bought the city at, an early revealed by.a nevcr sidewalk in front of .thft-; date go into tlie matter of paving New Barnes Coal Mine Lump, Mine Run, or-' Screenings, by the ton or carload lots 1475 C.OJD. A party of sixty Hungarian famil- ies from Ohio aid New York will lo- cate north of rrz Btorv of real hardship was to a number of apathetic listeners to a number ot -listeners death hissecond a'Te lhey are rlfh 8tre residential streets. It might he ne- last evening, when a settlers' car pull-lerly endurance, when in from the east. In the car was -ajchild. a little boy of fter wjfe drooped and daily grew i The aldermen viewed the plans sub- and! cessar> a crustier ana a youngest! street bylaws, and found that the re-j sleam roller- Ald- Ashcrott thought assed a-jnuest would 'be contrary to the by-! thprc %vas no necessity to put on ex- I in the Canadian Pacific stock yards j worse. She reached the end of moth-'mitred and looked uy the building man named .Morrison, bound for Sas-jway. and two months al'ter the heart- laws. life anew. He; broken mother followed her three near leaving her husband and'one jville, Ontario, and with his wife a hoy of five, to mourn. The katchewan to begin owned a small farm I tra teams. The owners of vacant pro- The city solicitor wrote advising- the! perty have been notified to clean up council to amend bylaw Xo. 83 regard-l and if they do not do so action will ing junk shops, laundries, soap fac-l he taken against them. The mayor MR. HOMESEEKER We have a house with furnace and sewer connections for payable 1400 cash, and per month until paid for. The H. MACBETH AGENCY jfour boys and one'husband, then decided to cast, his lot-tones, etc., by changing the names of, said the inspector had been told to living happily and some other and streets to the numbers adopted! gel. dining done, where the own- FOR SALE. seven roomed fully mod- ern bouses, with fire and full basements, clow in. cash handles and bal- an-ce arranged. One six roomed fully mod- ern house on Crabb St., cash and bal. arranged. Also 3-4 sec. T3.TV land. For particulars apply to 719 5TH ST. SOUTH PHONE 1155 since the bylaw was passed. Engineer Arnold reported that the ers will not do so and charge up the ed until four years ago when his eld- land forget his on a farm in est boy of ten, while playing in the ''the west. He sold hi? farm and with ngneer rno repoe cost property cleaned up. Aid. yard, fell into an open well and was Scarcely enough to hesrin life anevv.jcqst of the water and sewer petitioned.! Fravne complained of dirt on 'the drowned. Only a few months after-jhe passed through Winnipeg last night: for ,-n Charles street would be j ,k x, lib 'd e wards his second eldest, a little girl ofien route to a new home in the West. JThe petitioners will be notified s in or. e tae water main has been authorized! has been there since the snow went i Att-er a good deal of aiscus- TtlTT u" tbe jsremier when j ,vnt f Hr mnt to law No. JO h'On the mutiun earned. JL XJLJLrf AND CANADA main to -be included! away UJtt j in .Local Improvement toy law No. JO, h'On the city to advertise its intention. j Health Report Tb'e extension cf Fifth street I- "The report of Sanitary Inspector Val -Mr. Fielding replied that be had Iseen reports of the proposal but there-as petitioned for referred to to the council for the month of 'had been no negotiations and nothing cily engineer. shows that the city is in good Ottawa. Mav a view to i official whatever. It was not improb- able that a conference would take The Mayor moved regarding as far as the public health '.McAlpiiie that he be given an concerned. With the inauguration able discharge. jof the new scavenging system during Wilkie Kerr Acreage. Close in. Good sub- division land. per acre, easy terms Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. .making an effort to clear off the i-mfu-c-o-i ri-m o-imo -minictm- anrt' r i ,piace tne .mine minister and; Thg comraimjcation from Mr. -Cony-'April, the refuse which is not handled :important portion or the officials of Hie c-nonial office. TheJheare rerardine his salary for doing ,bv the sewage svstem is properlv dis- business not yet disposed of and tojnouse then went into committee court work and attending of, the only trouble now being private bills and several were passed, meetings at was. on mo-j that the health department has found jt'ion of Aid. Goode, filed for the pres-jsome trouble in doing the work as Prof. W. V. Oshorne, ot Wesley quickly as it might be done on account lege, Winnipeg, who resigned to go j Library Committee jof the lack of convenient nuisance into law and politics, has decided to j 'Regarding the communication fromjgrounds. At present there is only one return to educational work as pro-ithe city solicitor regarding the for this purpose, but the in- allow the house to adjourn on Friday morning, sessions of parliament were begun this morning. Mr. Foster asked for a statement regarding the admis- sion of the Bahama Islands into the Canadian Federation. He understood. he said, that the matter was to be fessor in ihal co'llc-gc again. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBEIDt-iE THE FIXES! APARTMENT BUILDING IN ALBEETA uegie Library bylaw. Aid. Sage mov-jspector says that the'work would be Mayor Adams, Aid. Bowman j greatly facilitated if there were two and Goode be a committee to grounds secured, one in North the matter and report at the next'Lethbridge. and one in the south of SELECT FASHIONABLE MODERN DECORATED AXD FURNISHED IK THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE SUITES OF APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED EXCELLENCE SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSON'S FROM PER MO. SUITES ACCOMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM, DRAWING ROOM. PRIVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM MEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE For reservations apply at Mansions Office from 3 to FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. 5. p. m. !meeting, it being recognized that a 'civic library is an immediate necessity the city near the cemetery. It would mean the long haul tu the present one 'as now advertised. Cleaning Up j Under the head of enquiries, AU1. j Frayne wanted to know if it would i. {not ibe possible to supply the health j. Fire, Plate Glass, Burglary, Automobile, Employers' Liability, Accident and Life Insurance. Asquith Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers Phone 1183 P.O. Drawer 3091 1 The city engineer will be asked to! 1'rom these districts would 'be eliminat- the advertisement for cement Jed, thus enabling the different carts !storm sewer tenders to have the ten-; to make many more trips per day. The in" -Vinstead of May 22 inspector also advocated extending wa- ter to the nuisance grounds in orderj that the steel tanks might be properly washed out after each rn'p. At present there are seven houses in the city in fiuarantine. while eleven released from quarantine. In-i i department with a couple more fees collected by the depart- jas their work just now is very heavy.l durjng the month amounted 'The Mayor explained thai, u would The test Qf thfi suppHedj jbe long now til! tlie streets would the different I (cleaned "P in SooA shape when average of ,butter fat was per force would be cut down greatly, j it would be possible then to let the '________________ j health department have one or more teams if necessary. Water in Coal Mine Aid. Ashcroft said that it had been !called to his attention that the city jniine was in danger of serious damage from t BUILD TO PEACE RIVER Railway Contract of Canadian North-1 ern is Let to IViontans Firm i Winnipeg, May and 'irplMS" water running down bin of .Montana have been awarded a The Prairie Agencies Limite Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth -Street South, Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store. OFFICE EOriPMEXT and FILING DKVK'KS in steel and wood. TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER Sl'Pi'LlKS and OFFICE SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence frcm out of town points. All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call ngain. ihc coulees and into the mine. Hej contract on the Peace River, j had had the same trouble to for the C. X. R. The section rnnsj with and from conversation with Supt from Onnoway on the Lac Ste. Annej Scot! thought that it migbr be wisoj branch to a poinr miles nanh-j to rake to prevent any damage! west. Peter Gunn. M. L. A., has the' ''ii-vrr'auvibfvi he vis j con: ra for clearing the right of mine iortaV with" Works land it will be ready for graders in Committee, and take actioi; i-Hsne. in the matter. MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands 310 7th St. South I! Phone 363 The C-unard liner. Albania is held j The nesr Hudson's Hay store at up at- Montreal, being quarantined for j Ca'.cary will have a restaurant and! smallpox. 'tail room Wl thc "oor- PAINTING, DECORATING, PAPEK HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any building we have built in the West." So writes s. large firm for whom we had a large contract. WELLINGTON BROS. PHONE 1472. You're Sure of Gonri Us. Aid. Frayne complained that sever of the street nnmbering signs werej i Ulpwn. making it -inconvenient for :'strangers in the city. The matter wil! be taken up with Supt. Reid. Paving Inquiry Aid. Goode wanted to Know what class of paving was called for in the application for tenders. Mayor Ad- ams explained that it wn? rheir In ten- non to receive prices on the various kinds, and then they would iuvest.i- t-ate the success of 'he different on the Calgary and Edmonton pij-eets before letting aiiy cor.fracts. The in answer to another en- quiry, slated thar orders iiacl been giv- en already to 'he electric light de- partment to erect a street li'ht at. the of Thirteenth street T'orth and .Macbeth street, for the rov.venience of the Prcsbytpriaa rhun-b there, and 'har it would bp insraiied short Tho mayor works property torumiticc v.crc asked interview f Coal for steam plough outfits. We can sup- ply you car loads on short notice. lo Realty' Limiteii 323 5th St. S., Leth- Phone 1173 bridge Sherlock St. CAA Buys 5 room H- i story house, close in. fully modern. Terms THE Dowsley-Miilhern Land Co, Successors to The Dowslcy-McMfllan Land Co. Phone 544 ;