Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Siihinlii.v, .N'ovciiilx-i- 2, THE LETlIimiDGI? DAILY HERALD thecountru that produces the in To the Home Seeker have just completed a fully modern six roomud Cottage on 32lli Si. A. North, ami invlto nnyonn winning to secure u cowfortabli) well built lioine to conic ;nul inspect our worl; and the commodious layout of lliu tt'o guiiriiiitou hoth material and worIt to ho llrst-cliiss ami all wo ask over thr- pricy of sumo in a (tocrnit wasu. Our price 32.000- bulrmcu to suit. Apply Harleman and Shand Carpenters on the Building After G p.m. cnit ,-it Avenue A. North A llumley Oil-riill. imu-Ueally new. Give mo S7flO.HO and plow n.'.O stubble ground Ihhj fall, or next spring or summer fallow next year. Plowing fo be done iiot less Minn Hvr> im-hns iloep. 1 have IliOO acres to be plowed. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block 53 feel, 4 in. fitcino-oust on 12l.li St., H.. be- Uviicit Otli and 7th Avenues al, Terras. Exclusive listing. Your Listings Desired i A. V. .GIBBONS Phone 1-125 .Room B, Balmoral Block RENTALS INSURANCE Something You Can't Beat Half-section ,200 acres broken; all fenced House and well; close to good live town. Per Acre GEORGE ANGUS ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Fire Insurance Money to Loan Buy a Cheap Home Five roomed. Cully modern cottage, on one lot: half block from car line, ?250 cash, balance in live years. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1323. Farm Lands Snecinl price of er eight 'Half-Section, 10 miles northeast of Stirling. Snecinl per acre Terms per acre cash, balance ov years at six per cent. One of the beat improved sections of lain] in the Lethbridge. district. The best of buildings; good fences and all fully improved. Price per acre; special terms given. Half-Section S miles west of Lethbridge. good buildings and fences; all under cultivation. Price per acre, on easy terms. Our Listing of Farm Lands and City Property is Most Complete. Alberta Loan and Investment Company, Limited OFFICE 416 5th St., South. PHONE 1214. SECUBITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS' Fire and Life Insurance Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phono 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Safi Lake City, Raymond Alia., Phone 5. Money to Loan 6 XiTUeTMjas Valley 40 -acre Labotj down, and to 820 per month, with (j per cent interest. There's a 40 acre farm awaiting you in the Xans Valley. Get a, "home" that will pay for itself with- in a year. piu-ticulnrs on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Sfafl'onl Block AGENT Choice Five Acre Irrigable Garden Tracts ONLY A FEW LEFT Vou can make one of thcso 5 aero garden tracts produce, a living lor a family by proper handling. Do yon think it; in lettimr' the opportunity pass without sociiring 'at least one oT them, when yon can so For a payment of 650.00 cash and tlic lia'Jancc on tlie easy terms of I'L'o.OO per jnonlh. The hind adjoining these garden hold nt ilcrc wlieu this "land in 5-aere tracts at per acre oil the above easy terms, it, is an opportunity I hat yon should not miss, lliese garden tracts being only two miles from Lotliii ridge's City Limits, should easily double in value in three'years or in les.uime. These garden tracts will stand your inspection and if 'not satisfactory yon will only have lost a few minutes of vourtime. Gal vin Janes Buildng, corner of Yonge and King Streets, Toronto, standing on property 84 by 110 feet, sold yesterday for a million and a quarter. Twelve years ago it could have been purchased for two hundred thousand dollars MADMAN'S AWFUL DEED i Hidge, Ark., Nov. I a fit of temporary insanity, Marques Collier, a merchant this to- day shot and killed his sister, Mrs. A. L. Poe, perhaps _ fatally wounded his wife, and then committed suicide. 2 lols facing east OH llth tit., waier. sew- er and close to car line at each: terms. Six lots facing .Fleetwood school at each; terms. A fully modern 7 room house on 28 ft. lot cor. 9th Ave. Balmoral Block, Lethui'idsc. Alia.Phone Of lie 6 open evenings. Room C ARTISTS ARE CAUSING An Unusual Acrimonious Rivalry at the Paris Fall Sale of Art A FOR SALE _ Farm of 1SJ20 acres near Cranlirook. B. C. six miles from Kailway station: 900 acres natural liny nieadtnv, balance can be irrigat- ed nurl con veiled into first class agricultural ami fruit laud. An ideal location fur stock farm on the linn or the now govero- mem automobile highway, now under construction Fur nrice iind terms write The Lund Land and Development Company, Limited WARDNER per week invested 'here will start you on the road to fortune LOTS IN BASSANO B A LOT NOTHING DOWN 51.00 A WEEK NO INTEREST Lots j High, dry levsl .Two_ Splendid Corners 3rd Avenue and 9th St.--50 feet 5th Avenue and 7th St.-100' feet Price and Terms Exclusively ipsiny Opposite The Hearald WILLIAM KLEIN REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE SI5 Loiigheed Building Calgary, Alberta Of House No. 1306 London Road on two !ois lifty foot rruin car lino on St Tills Iiousu in limit, or brlok: lias seven hall full nicnl luniiicc :iiul vluiMrlr: IlKhleil. WI1.I, SIOI.L JL-VRKKT VAI.llK. TO OXLV ..............................................5SOO.OO Office I O, MacdonaSd Block Nov. The artistic strug- I gle .being waged In France has be- come eveu more bitter since the op- I oning of the Autumn Snlou. Not only .arc ttie painters fighting among them- selves, but, also the critics, and, to 'certain extent, the public. Unlike the Spring Salon, (he ant iiinn exhibition of the fine arts ig al ways more or less controversial, by the very nature of its contributions. Out of more than six hundred ant ninety artists exhibiting, perhaps 30 fall within tho terms of the censor ship. The fact remains, however that public curiosity at ihc works of tho thirty has drawn more patronage than any interest tu the creations of the remaining sfx nun- i drerl anil sixty. 1 This year the presence of an iiiius- }j ually lariie number of works by the j three leading modern radical post-impressionists, oubists and fut- made tho event oven more exciting than it was last year. As a matter of fact, only a small propor- tion of the 'works of painting or sculp- turo exposed are by men belonging to those schools, although their ec- c canvasses and statues get thcj Prince Rupert The terminal of the .railway with the best roadbed and the easiest grades across tlie continent. Port of the shortest route across the Pacific. s Transfer point of all Alaska and Yukon trade. Headquarters of tlic world's greateat fisheries. Five mammoth cold storage plants. Twenty-five salmon canneries in the district. Millions being spent in projecting new fish packing plants. AVhal- iiig stations and oil pUmts. dry dock under construction. Dominion quarantine station with detention buildings and hospital, of graded miles. Ten miles of. plant roads. Three miles of sewers. waterworks system. Hydro-electric power being: developed. 100.000 h. p. available. Civic lighting ami telephone plants. Wholesale, centre. Population 6000. Tributary 1-lazelton with tlie greatest silver mines in the west. Granby Bay. where one company alone IK spending on deftlopiug copper claims. Their pay roll la ?2.000 per day. Ground Hog anthracite greatest coal Qiuil since Pennsylvania. Several new placer sold districts. Queen Charlotte Islands with a wealth of coal, min- eral and timber. Big saw and pulp mills. DO NOT OVERLOOK PRINCE RUPERT i gives them-an inordinate desire to ex- press themselves suddenly in shape ui' other, and because Uicy lot the training adcmmte for expres sion through (ho old recognised mod urns, they tackle the problem lieu- way. Interesting1 only for its i-i'ium; citinasscs ana snlu'.es fiei the crtditv, and fret sin entirely incohcr hona share of attention from visitors. The best critics of the old-school, writing in such newspapers us Lc Temps or Lc I'lgnro, attribute ;i new reason for madness of the three .schools. It is that the mon arc painting these qiwcr works in Paris now are not Frcnnimen, bJesscd with the excellencies of :i strict academic J education, locally derived, bur barbar- cut and inarticulate result. On their side, however, the radi tills reply by pointing to the (listing uishod master, Henry Xatisse, who lias been hailed as their head and front of all their manifestations. 'well as to the radical tnulilinn painting, whirli ran down through UIG late yean; of the'nineteenth rentury Wanted (o ]5ny CASI! l.'ropc'Vl.y siMilli. of j r.'ick. L ians from the great outer darknoss of in Fran PC, ami 'which boasted as ii. Poland. I.iltlo Itiissiii, Holu'inia, Jfim- ciiampions men now rocognixcd us the most notable f.Teators of UH'ir period. Only H years say HIR radi- cals. Japanese jiriuta looked just a a (incer as otiljim do now. TL is difficult to describe how tho new works look, unless ii suffices to say llvat whereas the jjaint fignros and hutdsrapcK with chiii'actors whicji remind onn of tlie drawings in a Icxt. hook of itlatn- geometry, and futurists Uie sort of angular, sniaHhcU mcdlry which one (iiscovera al cud of ;i kaleidoscopic lube, realist. doiaiU he- iiiK ininKinalik', ii" not arinally dis- coverable, in HIP gouoral cul- liKioii of colors anti lonns. (if the spi-cial fe.'Huros atlaclii'd to I lie ion y whicti an ex- hibition of a ntimbor of wt'll-known ninctecnili century far tho mosl inferostlng is a. display of rooms, suiioK and little houses d'-c- orated after sonic or iho general ex pressed hy the. mosi. ex- tri'ine cf modern pitinters, 'whose works are to ho seen in tho main section of the show. Tho application ronnisiH, for tho mosf part, in angu- lar hirnilure and wall papers, with every possible of color on them, brick, fully modern six room cot- tnge, No. St. S., is ior salt; find no roasonnltlo oi'I'cr will be refused. The lot has 50 fool; Frontage am! Piiees east. For pavilionInrs etc., write to the owner, Married in a liallroom, spooned in the clouds, landed in a pis sty, is tlliy experience of a Kansas City couple who up in u balloon [or their honeymoon. UNPRECEDENTED OFFER Two Lots oiTiiiifo Avenue Xorlli Terms HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mnlhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th St.