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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILf THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1901, PAGE THREE THE HERKLD'S REHL ESTKTE MHRKET PHONE 451 FOUR in the same office. FOUR yean in same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience could in thit Lethbrlchpw. FOR more years I still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-Ont (461) is my New Telephone Number. W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I New 5-roomed house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. T Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., i 8 rooms, tally modern, fire place, etc.; 4. worth easy terms. t SKE1TH TSLLEY Corner Round and DufFerin Streets Phone 197 .H-I-M-H- WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT QUESTION PUT TO MISSIONARY MASS MEETING AFTER SEVER- AL INSPIRING ADDRESSES HAD BHEN GIVEN Wesley church filled with a largi> and appreciative Ten minutes'walk from Post Office: 5 fine 27-foct Residence Lots in Riverview, each, easy terms audience last night, a mass meeting in connection with the Missionary Move- ment, when a number of most inspir- ing and interesting addresses were given by the visiting gentlemen. The chairman of the meeting-, T. T S." Melvenzie, introduced the first of the evening, Rev. H. M. T j Clavk, of Honan, China, shortly after j A Good Lots in Riverview, a splendid build- ing site, 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months Mr. Clark's Address Mr. Clark stated in 'opening his je- mark? that the outlook of this mis- j-rr" sionary movement was broad. .us j field was the world. He purpcsed to show some of tiie brighter things of China. China, he stated, had the X {most wonderful history in the world. Sv.ervwhf.tfe werei evidences of im- I j mense age. It was becoming to us V i in Canada .to take orf our hats to of the Droos who practiced a secret religion and the difficulty of approach ing this class of people. In Palestine the greater number, however, were Mohammedans and among these his work had been. In the four hospit- als established over eighty-six thous- and people had. been tended in the- i The Christian Gospel j past year. "No missionary was ever i sent out with the Gospel of healing save by the religion of Jesus Christ. The historians of the future would point to this period in after time as the period when the "spirit of the j world" was born, when men recog- nized 'themselves as WE OWN ACRES along the new Weyburn line and south of Grassy Lake. NO BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Being owners we can make low prices to you. If you have a No. 1 piece of land and will sell right, we are in a position to purchase. See us before you either buy or sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. Good Residence Lots In Block D, south of Barracks each Only a few left On good terms, buys a five-room Cottage on a Double Lot in the North Ward. The house is connected with water main and sidewalk runs by the door I MONEY TO LOAN I R. V. GIBBONS 1T M-1 I OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 111 H III II FOR SALE. jNew Four-roomed Cottage two blocks wett of North Ward School. cash, balance very tejiris 320 acres eight miles south of main line C.P.K. per acre if taken at The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH integral parts of one great family. The spirit of that vision was the spirit of the Lay- Missionary Movement. We! were working in the presence of a' living Christ. The grandest epitaph j he had knew was the epitaph to King i David who "served his generation in the will of God '-and fell on sleep." That should be our purpose and that our recompense. Mr. Manning, of Toronto Rev.C.E.Mannihg, Tronto, the con- a civilized country when our dudinfe speaker; put the question to the meeting: "What are yau going to do a'bout He briefly outlined the policy that the churches should adopt to secure results from these meetings. Money was needed but L. S, R.1PLEY FIRE INSURANCE Tel. 294 'H-H-H-I-H Office Block own ancestors were savages. The na- i tion was an intellectual race as shown i by the. discoveries and inventions of the Chinese people. We don't real- Rllources of China i T t 4-. built cottage with lean-to, near new hospital in the. North Ward, close in. Property frontage by 139, facing east. Cement foundation and good large cellar. Will make a nice Ex- cellent buy. cash and assume original loan of Or, will trade for lot on Westminster Road, Northward. Also some excellent huys in city business property for invest- ment. ize that- China has resources compar- j able to our own. China was a eleep- i ing giant that was jast now awaken- ing. It was a great agricultural coun- try and rich in minerals'.as well. The Chinese people as a race -were sturdy and industrious. We could not judge them rroiii the Chinamen we see in this country who are, with- out exception from the southern part of the country. They seem to have a genius for 'friendship, hospitality and innate politeness.1 Wonderful Progress The progress of the country in the past few years had been Railways, telegfapns.. post offices, schools and newspapers were being introduced all over the country. The I giant was indeed waking but in a dazed -condition. spirit of consecration in the men of the Christian congregations. The yel- low peril in Canada was the peril of gold. Money :was useless unless spent for the and noblest ends. Much had .been accomplished elsewhere by earnest .endeavor and he -hoped fop. great results from Leth- bridge as -well. -H-i- Snap-- Must be sold at once. Three sections of No. 1 land within six miles of Barons, at per acre. This latfd is worth right now. Illinois Alberta Realty Co. Second floor Johnson Block, next Balmoral Hotel PHONE 290 MEN MISTAKE FRUIT SHOW FOR MATRIMONIAL BUREAU Secretary of Show is Fairly Deluged With Letters 160 acres improved, only four from Lethbridge, a snap at per acre, good terms. One acre. North Ward, ?950 cash, A few lots oil Westminster Head, each, easy terms. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. P. O. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. "I-M-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-M-H-I Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 1 -H-I-I-I-I-H-l I-M-K-I- -H-H-H-H-I-I-I-I-H-H- were open to "be. led 'at. time. This is the time when the work of cbristian- T ising 'China can b? done to the best advantage. To strike now will mean much more than if the blow is de- ferred. Here in this country we were Spokane, Wash., Jfov. "Several hundred young and old bachelors, j and scores of middle-aged widowers i in various parts of the United States and Canada seem to be under the impression that the National Apple Show, Inc... is a matrimonial bur- eau." said Eon H. Kiee, secretary- i i 1 modern 7 roomed house. Addition cash, balance to snit Honse is well built and well T T I t Alberta Realty 2nd floor Jota Block, mi Balmoral Kite! Phone 290 t_ t -f t 7 X i 4 i ...T T A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Pbone396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P.O., Box X T T AD Lots 4 and 5, Block 93, for _. T, each. Hair cash, balance T 4. H. Macbeth JL t T i T 4. I i i 1 Golden West Realty Co. Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers A FEW BUYS for tie WORKING MAN'S POCKET WeJl built shack standing on two lotsKorman Street, Well built shack standing on one lot. Norman Street, Fonr room honse, cellared, on half let on Arthur Street. Three good lots in Alexander Addition. 15 to IS. block 6 each For investors with deeper pockets we have some proper-tiouateiv trays, including five business lots 'en Round Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb T T I manager of that organization, when JL losing our heads in the rush for wealth This wealth was given to us that we' might nse it in service. Canada can and should take first place in bringing the kingdom, of God on the earth. Thos. .Ryan, of Winnipeg Thos. Ryan, of the that they are PlaCtaS their next speaker. We h'ad received the im- plicit command to go and preach the Gospel and we had not gone and nei- he finished reading a stack of letters i from cities in southern, 'eastern and j western states and provinces. The j majority were from men requesting! the names of the young women pack- j ing fruit in eastern Oregon, who re- i East half 10-5-15 W. 4th, JVB acre, balance arranged IMPERIAL DEVaOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block -H- The c. B. mm 1 AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. H-H- M-H-M -H-H-H' A Bargain 4 Residential Lots on Coutts Street, Duff Addition I Price Half cash, balance in six, months J. I. EAKIN CO, 307 CKABB STREET I! (Opp-Bank of MontreaJ) 383 cently advised the management of address entered cards in in the every box of fruit ther nad we sent as we ought to have rttPPlc Deposition in Spokane the week of November 15. This is the done. He never knew what the joy! a. Uttie item weeks- ago that several young women at Eagle Point, Ore., had adopted this means of securing correspond- ents. At first the letters came in twos and threes., but now Mr. Rice ,-s rc must first give t and God will most surely curse for ev.--ry dollar that He is robbed of. Message From Palestine Dr. Gould, a medical missionary for the past twelve years in Pales- tine, followed with n most inspiring address on the work in that country and the urgent need for the exten- sion of the-movements. He-Spoke of the wonderful history of this land of which everyone has heard- Its re- sources -as an agricultural country were splendid but the people werf1 most cruelly opprescc-J by the heavy taxes imprsed by me Turkish gov- ernment, so much in some cns's that, to pay the taxf? tho en- tire crop. Tn the city of Jerusalem the centre of the Christian, Jewish and Mohamr medan religions there were races from almost p.vftry land. Thoro wv-ro bs found tombs and cathedrals old in storv and rich in tradition and Whitney Block llterta t We will buy improved or unimproved (and for cash and will sell to actual set- tlers who have the necessary outfit for farming on long time with a small cash payment. If you wish to add to your farm, write or come in and J. coming ancient city the Jews were back in thousands from al) Farm Secority Co. ihe world. Ho spoke of the sect' HEROIC MINISTER HAS DESIGNED Ottawa.. Ont., Nov. Otta- wa1 Presbyterian.. Presbytery, has ac- cepted the resignation of Rev. Peter Mathieson, of E.icihrnond, Ont; He arrested his brother-in-law., James Robinson, of Warren, who was run- ning the fawn where the murders took place. He resigned partly for this reason and partly because oi the disgrace ensuing to his name i through his brother-in-law's crime's. MR. W. S. CALVERT, M. P. Appointed a Member of the National Transcontinental Railway Commission. MANY ANXIOUS TO GET MRS. RUBINSON FREE Ottawa. Nov. letters and post cards continue to be receiv- ed by the department of justice-pray- ing executive clemency in the case of Mrs. sentenced to death for the murder of her two daughters' t I children. Individual signatures-now number probably and include I large numbers from British Columbia I as well as from many places in the I United States. WILL STAY BY COMPULSORY VACCINATION London.. Ont.., Nov. board of education decided yesterday after- noon to strnd by their present rule ov compulsory vaccination for all school children. Tin's was answer to a petition largely signed asking that the clause bs- rescinded, tation arose out of the .recent death by lockjaw ol" Arnold Court, a six vear old bov who was sent home from MAYOR GAYNOR DENIES THE -K-? York, Nov. 3. Mayor-Elect i -J- _ school TO be- vaccinated. Tetanus de-] garbling and distorting1 is campaign Gaynor would not discuss today the t T probability of his acting on his pro- j 4- fk-ctkm statement today that he j T would be disinclined to serve as may- .t or unlc-ss a Dcronocratk-. board of es- j T was also chosen. The mayor-! ,L Jisclaimfrtl n published vit-w with him, which credited him j X wt.h charging the newspapers with j f Agi-1 timat elect We offer Residence Lots on Redpath Street Splendidly located. Price and terms are reasonable This is property that will advance very rapidly in value, and the price that we are quoting is for a limited time only. T T T t T veloped a few days httf-r. j speeches.' Hrr -dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I have .ined possession the unsold portion of the TGWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots prices raiiging from to or cRjl OTJ iue otri.0re purcnusjiig' elsewhere. A. WADDELL island Realty and insurance Agency T I T if JL JL JL T X i t II 14- Insurance Loans Centals Suburban Acreage JL George M. Hatch Land Co. to Hatch CcTons 159 Oliver Block T T -H-H- These are Bargains in.Block B, Glyri modern Houses, csn be sold singly, well finished 2 storey frame, each 7 rooms and bath, furnace', .for each. will handle, balance per month. Less than monthly rental will complete payments. to loan ori farm and city property at 7 and 8 per cent, interest. Lettibridge-Weybuni Realty Ltd. Successors to W. R. Dobbin Co. Ground Floor Office; cIRSr DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHCNE ;