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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TH5. LE1H8RIDGE DAlLf KEKALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1909 PAGE THREE THE HERHLD'S REHL ESTHTE MARKET PHONE .451 FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in Lethbridve. FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOURr Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. W. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK Have you heard of Parkdale, the new sub division You will hear a lot in a few days Map now under way SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Dufferin Streets I-H I-H- Ten walk from Post Office: 5 fine 27-foot Residence Lots in Riverview, each, easy terms Hans Marquartson.. of Ray- uiond, brought in a load of wheat to the Ellison -Mills to- day that, beats anything jfc here some time. Jfc This wheat graded No. 1 hard and weighed sixty-two pounds to the bushel. The crop yield- ed fifty-five bushels to the acre. This is an enormous jt yield for spring wheat of an excellent quality. BY THE LORD MAYORS SON -H- -I-I-H-H-H-l-H-I- I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK T X T .H-X..X..I..X.H.. 1 TOO buys 6-roomed house near Central School cash, in four months, in eight months, and assume loan of Sounds Like a Fairy Tale Regina, Nov. buy a section i of land, break it up aad crop it, make i out of the yield and j I out of thc increase of value all within the short period of two years, .was the record established by James Bad- It is only a month until the voters of the city will be called upon to cast their votes for their city Dads for 1010. As yet there seems to be very little excitement over it. No ono seems be out for mayor. It would be a corker if there was nobody elect- ed. Uncle Shorty, however, would take- it rather than see the city go without a mayor. It seems to be a settled fact that'Uncle Shortv will get the big chair without a struggle if he wants it. He will make a darn j good mayor and the city could not better than let him hav WE OWN ACRES along the new Weyburn line and south of Gra'ssy 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. M-I-H-I-H Good Residence T X A t Lots X f In Block D, couth of Barracks 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 the hon-i T t Tel. 294 or without opposition, as a. recogni- j tion of his faithful service in the; [council for several years. Uncle j Shorty is progressive, but careful as the deuce. There will not be much L. S. KIPL'EY Office Block -H- I MONEY TO LOAN inonev wasted if he has his hand on i nevertheless. The I R.-V. GIBBONS 4- OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 fley, a well known farmer within a few miles of Regina. The story I the helm Qf afiairs and his eyc on the sounds like a fairy tale, but it is true L purse_ Re hag mlghty figures, of uldcrmaii_ isnotawfully strong on the talking stunt, but when it comes to doing things and seeing bought the 640 acres of land near Grand Coulee two years ago. He im- NORTH WARD Business Lots on Westminster Road, SSOO Nice Cotta'ge.' S1350. S750 cash, balance one year Lots near C.P.R. track, S100. S10 down, and 810 per month A i T t The Alberta Securities, Ltd. whole section for this year j j had GOO acres of wheat and 40 acres j of oats. The wheat yielded bushels, and the -oats' yielded bushels. The whole of the grain has marketed and Mr. Badley is now worth from the-grain alone. He bought the land at an acre. that they art done Uncle Shortv is I the real goods every time. House and Lot on Railroad St.. .NTorth ard, terms on good terms Improved Land in Carrnangay and Claresbojm district, on crop payments GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. FIRE INSURANCE The ML P. O. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH Dad and his council do not seem anxious to give the people a chance to have something to say on this government by commission business. I think I have heard every one of them express himself in favor of it and there are a whole great big lot of people all over the city who would like to see it tried. If this is the case, and I believe it is, why in thc deuce doesn't the council get some i proposition ready to lay before the J -J-H- Well built, cottage with lean-to, near new hospital in the North Ward, close in. Property 48 frontage by 139, facing east. Cement Foundation and good large csilar. make a nice home. Ex- cellent buy. S85G cash and assume balance of original loan of S7CG. Or, will trade for lot on Westminster Road, Northward. Aisp some excellent buys in -city business property for invest- ment. Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone'173 LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 and the other day refused an offer of an acre, just a advance from 1 the time of his purchase. The land cost in the first instance. Here' are' the figures of the case: Land first cost, 640 acres, at SIS. Wheat yielded bush- j endorsement or otherwise.; els, at 8-1 cents a. bushel, j Jt could done as easily as not by; Oats yielded bushels, at 28 j letting the people vote on it whenj cents a bushel, Offered for votc on tht; on thc sixth land, 640 acres at an.acre, S22.-! of next month' If thc 400. Increase value of land, i !Vis not a deal Dad Total earnings of crop, tllem a chance to say s0' gether with increase in value of land! a total of It is, interesting! On the first Monday of December, j East half 10-5-15 W. 4th, an acre. cash balance arranged f IMipERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. '.H.-H-H-I H-H-H-i I r A Bargain 4 Residential Lots on Coutts Street, Duff Addition Price some school or college would locate times to get 'Onto them. It is not here if some inducement in the way i because the lawyers drawing up the j 4- oi a free site could be offered. A free j things are any better than the other site for an institution that manulac-! fellows, but the fact that-the one to note the figures of the yield per the ratepayers of this burs will have ;hc a darn acre. The yielded 33.12 bush-'1 a chance to show how much they i unions and 4 4. Fnlly modern 7 roomed honse. Kiverview Addition T 81150 sash, balance to snit" purchaser. Honse is well built and. arranged els to, the and oats 11S.7 bush- think big park scheme. Dad J thera that we can. els to the acre. The figures area wants the people to agree, to the ex-I council cannot sell fair indication of thc 'average throughout the. district. not ;turc's and womanhood should i si'dc is nearly all getting and the oth- be as good a stunt as to provide! or is all giving, the getters, viz.. the I :sites for- the manufacture of produce S Companies, generally gut lie best of. jthat can be sold. And the city does i any mistakes. So these Other by- the latter. The fair grounds would I laws "are good things to look into be- ood place for such insti-jfore selling or .donating any birth- we want to get all of rights. Then again the parks. the fair Half cash, balance in six months X' Illinois Alberta Realty Co. i 2nd. floor Johnson Block, next Bsimorai Hotel A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, "phone 396 .Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 T I CHEAP- For speculators, block 125. for lots 9, 10 and 11. on terms The H. Macbeth Agency TKe Golden West Realty Co. Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers A FEW BUYS for the WORKING. MAN'S POCKET Well built shack standing on two lots Korrcmn Street. S475 Weil built shack standing on one lot. Norman Street, So75 Four room house, cellared, on half let on Arthur Street. Three good lots in Alexander Addition, 15 to 18. block 6 each For investors with deeper pockets we have some proper- tionately good including five business lots on Round Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb Street of S46.000 for two par unlil rhey get One contains nearly three hundred !provindal for wh acres out where the lake is and the ,by_ljnr pfovW.. for other is a ten-acre park m up there W Ward. I think it would be a darn.usual and the good stunt for the ratepayers to that it would be illegal for the coun :makc this a unanimous vote for once. iCil to -t_ Sf) lit would be something unique in aml Varied reasons jmcipal history and Lethbridge is out I the partg the I for making records in everything that ffet. for thg fair is good. There is no possible ob- more son I Mr. Churchill states that the House not be wise to slufi oft the i grounds at any old price so as get money to buy the other. of Lords had no right to interfere with the financial business of the j government. Business Good Saskatchewan I jection that anyone can have to the I park and surely to goodness all the j AS to the other by-laws I am not I fellows with sore heads have worked saying anything just" now I want to j off their little spites by voting jjook into the matters a little against by-laws by this time. Some thoroughly first. As Dad's may think that the money from the i w-ould V a bum one to do or advo sale of the agricultural grounds wasjcate anything that would not be for to have been used for this purpose. the best interests of the citv for to So it was but it isn't and there is a j quote Dad's famous and ever-ready reason. In the first place it would speech, "We do the best we can." I fair jam convinced, as js every one else to that it would be The j city to have Jot -a good tmng. I am just as nty sure that the city would be better off i wants to sell. And then I am not so if it. a good street car system I i sure that the people want to sell the j don't think there is any difference of {fair grounds. It is not a very on These thinffs But thc investment and could be well kept for question to my mind 'is divided into sites for buildings. It is not out-; two parls First) side the range of possibility the city w tAkc up ;hese inaUers municipal enterprises, and second iif J. I. EflFJN CD, t 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone -JSo I I-'l-I-H-l' i j, a good th'ing for the a supply of natural gas i more in a little while if the REV. CHARLES BEILER Inducted to the Chair of French The- ology in the Presbyterian Col- lege, Montreal WILL REGiNA TO BE MADE A j CANDIDATES IN CITY POSTOFFICEj NORTH ESSEX ELECTION "Regina, Nov. Post Office j Windsor, Xov. J. Wil- Inspector George Koss is now in the j cox, a farmer. Conservative, and W. city fc.T the purpose- of placing McKee, lumbennan, Liberal, were Regina post office on a city basis, thei nominated lor the North Essex bye- R-egina, Nov. settle- ment day in years is the way one banker expressed his opinion of Nov. 4, to-day. This is day with the banks and implement houses, and in fact with business concerns of all kinds. It is on the fourth of the month that most of the paper comes due anyway and on November 4 there is an enormous amount of it fulling due. Thc implement houses made their notes for this day and the re- sult is that thousands of dollars will be Paid in to-day in raising notes land other paper. Thc banks all i the same story that thc people are 'settling remarkably well and that there'is plenty of money in the coun- try. Last year it was thought that the money came in fairly well, but this year has been larger. The big banks are working overtime to-day hand- ling thc business. The experience of another banker is characteristic of them all to-day. "I was told by one rnau the account I have who said, 'that not one of his creditors had failed to cornc in with the mon- department haying decided that the j election today. business transacted at this point) spirited and both candidate w-ere warrants the step. j given rousing receptions. ov' and I. mvself, have had onlv one proceedings wcrc-jjj THE Farm Security CD, E OPE.V FOR THE Whitney Block 1 5ihprtp i i iliUu! Lli We. wilt buy improved or unimproved land for cash and will sell to actual set- tiers 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 E Farm Security Co. hous- es get their money from thc farmers Ontario Government Make Spec- ulators Pay More Money Port Arthur, One., Nov. A.! not, are the terms on which the was herc to-j i city ffives up its streets and lanes for 'chiy on his xvay home j 1 from Toronto, states that the govern- j merit is considering a substantial in- Washirigton, Nov. latest of- ficial reports received at the department-go to show that the Nic- aragua revolutionists are daily gain- ing strength, men and ammunition, and that they have practically con- trolled that part of Nicaragu lying east of the 85th parallel of west longi- tude. Peaceful and orderly are said to prevail in this zone and there is no evidence, it is stated, tihat President Zelaya. is making any move to regain the territory now in the hands of General Estrada- New Orleans., Nov. mes- sage received this afternoon !oy Con- sul General Altschu, of Nicaragua, signed by President Zelaya, state that the government forces -have fought their way through. Paso de la Jas, near El Chile and are now advancing toward Rama, one of the principal bases of the revolutionists. jthe privilege of having these things i advantageous TO the city It is i serious thing for a city to give up in the tax on lamls i the use of its streets to any corpora- 'heW under the old law anti linde" I There is always trouble unless St'V5'ral thousand acres of i agreement is drawn up with the i greatest of care. I believe that the i suggestion that Jas. W. Boulton thitf class of property in Thunder Bayi are held by speculators who will not I develop or sell but are apparently j made of haTing the advice of a law- j jyer who has had dealings in such OTios matters is a good one. These jters are so chuck full of cusseriness I jand awkward positions that it takes g on 1ho of made nearby to increase j s. IvFr. Prest-'in also states j that lie expects to see a fish hatchery i t-sUiblishod at the "head of the lakes'. i a lawyer who has been bit a few nexl -vcnr- EBtifiHUS Ha1 dissolved ptirtnersliip with E. C. Ludtke, 1 have iined possession of the unsold portion of the 70WNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and oifer .business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on rne before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency X T T T T J. 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. Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage The I T t George M. Hatch J Land Co. Successors to Hatch Coons Oliver Block I Knone IDS These are Bargains in Block B.. Glj-n modern' houses, can be sold singly, well finished 2 each 7 rooms and hath, furnace, for each. will handle, balance 'per month. Less than Xiionthly rental will .complete payments. to loan on farm and city property at 7 and S per cent, interest. -Weyburn Successors to W. R. Dobbin Co. Ground Floor Office: DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE ;