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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH8RIDGE DAILf KEKALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1909. PAGE THREE THE HERALD'S REHI_ ESTATE 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 this Lcthbrfdtfv. FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. PHONE 451 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 SKEITH TILLEY Corner Eonncl and Dufferin Streets Phone 197 T Ten minutes' walk from Post Office: 5 fine 27-foot. ji; ;i Residence Lots in River view, each, easy terms STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK x buys 6-roomed house Central School cash, in four months, eight months, and assume loan of i R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 NORTH WARD Business Lots on Westminster Eoad, Nie'e Cottage, cash, balance one year Lots near C.P.R. track, down, and per month The Alberta Securities, Ltd. i Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH H-H-I I..M..H..H.. WE OWN ACRES along the new Weyburn line and Lake- N0 BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN Being owners we can make low .prices to you. If you have u No. i piece of land and -will sell right we are in a position to purchase. See us before you either buy or sell. HELGER50N LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. T 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 L. S. R1PLEY Tel. 294 Office Block Good Residence Lots In Block 'south of Barracks each Only a few left T MONEY TO LOAN I Business Lot on Westminster Road, North Ward, if taken 1 at once, snap, 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mouths. Im- proved 160 acres close to Lethbridge, per acre on f good teinis. Two Lots'on Noruian Street, North Ward, X each. 5 Sections on Weyburn line good T terms. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. I P. O. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Altai. Alterations In I title, dry-farming, is a rnisnomerTi H- I the Tariff t 1 T T built cottage with lean-to, near new hospital in the North Ward, close in. Property 43 frontage by 139, facing east. Cement foundation and good large cellar. Will make a nice home. Ex- cellent buy. cash and assume balance of original loan of Or, will trade for lot on Westminster Road, Northward. Also some excellent >uys in city business property for invest- ment. and Graham Phone 173 v LETKBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 Montreal, Nov. alter- ations, in the tariff are to be an- nounced in the Canada Gazette to- morrow, a number of articles used in manufacture being; transferred to the free list and duty on others reduced. Among..the articles going to the free list are steel, for use in rifle manufacture for the Canadian Gov- ernment, ami gun barrels, a conces- sion to the Ross Rifle Company. j The following articles used as raa- j terials in Canadian manufacture are j.transferred to the-list of Roods which imay be imported into Canada free of i du-tv. i Metallic elements and -tungetic acid and Twelfth avenue, and contem- when imported by manufacturers for j plates the erection there of a store 'use only in their own factories in the j building, to be the best in the west. J There are no strings to Mr. Clark's offer and it is. open.to the world, and its adoption by the congress decides the winner. An. attempt to change the name of the organization at Bill- ings, Mont., last month resulted in a clash and the title remained as erly. Such- titles as Modern and Sci- entific were offered v as substitutes, but were rejected because of the op- position. FIRE INSURANCE f Tire C. B. AGENCY' Acadia Building. Phone 200. -I-H-H-MII JT Easthalf 10-5-15 W. 4th, an acre. cash balance arranged i IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT GO., ltd. f Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block oig Imngs For Rcgina, Nov. ;E. "Haslam has bought from Alex. Shcppard the pro- NEW BLOOD IN FRANK COAL [Continued from Front PageJ perty on Cfc corner of Scarth street I wil1 bc obtained tar for 'thc ture of bn1uettes and gas from which will be used under the boilers seam, will be opened. Later in the year, it is planned, the sinking of a new shaft will be started and a new system of 'haulage installed, probably that of gasoline engines. It "is the expectation of General Manager Mullcr that by the expira- tion of 1910 the company will be in the market with an output of any- where from to 'tons of A Bargain 4 Residential on Coiitts Street, Duff Addition Price Half cash, balance in .six months t 7 T t I I T Swell, well-built 4-roomed Cottage, Coutts St., Duff Addition, cash, balance monthly Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 2ciS fioop Johnson Block-, next Balmoral Hotel Phone 288 manufacture" of metal [electric lamps. filament for I A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for jh sale on Crop Payment Plan .j. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 T E CHEA! Serious Charge Against Doctors Spokane, Wash.-; Nov. laws making a trust possible among physicians and surgeons are respons- ible for the unspeakable conditions in Washington, Oregon and California, and until these statutes are wiped out there will be no relief." T. E. Callahan, a prominent physician in Spokane, formerly of Baltimore, Md., who has been fight- ing the Medical Society of Spokane county the last six years, m.ade the of the power u Another plant for generating and 500 tons of coke a day. Plans are not completed yet and nothing vrill be done until a lease for the building has been signed by a lo-iliew steel at'the be the erection of a jsent shaft a capacity of tons in eight hours ami over which j the entire output from the various i openings will 'be handled. The tipple will I and most modern screen rig lhe various of screened coal will go to the market will be held, pending the arrival of ations are now on foot and such a lease may not be far distant. Thc present proposition is that the Re- gina Trading shall lease the building and move its entire store 'to the new building; when it, is erected. The building Mr. Haslam will put WfC to his father' ovens which will have a ca- tip. will be lour stories m height and -f -nn T T, ipacrty of oOO -tons of cote a dav. nre-prooi throughout. It will be; equipped with the modern, sprinkler; system of fire protection which will materially reduce insurance rates. Mr. Haslam is also building next A RUNAWAY Portage La Prairie, Man., Nov.' 5. young lad named McQuarrie. aged 15, was taken in charge by the i T I i 307 CKABB STSEEJT (Opp. Bank" of Montreal) Telephone'383-; police here on the arrival of the G. T.P. train at noon, on instructions from his father at Ingelosr, Sask. It is said he ran away from home and Big Electrical Plant Still another item will be the in- i stallation of a big electric plant to supply power for operating the old year, a store beside the present t Kings Hotel, which is to be Inline, the new tipple and the corn- Sends Over Cruisers jpany's saw mill, while another will I vCd-tl V" -11- -j for occupation by the last of Septem- be-r. It is 'aireadv under lease to i be the building of a sanitari- foregoing charge in an authorized in- i Johnson's dry goods house. terview, adding "The members of the For speculators, block 125, lots 9T 10 and 13 on terms The H. Macbeth Agency The Golden West Realty Co. Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers A FEW BUYS for the WORKING MAN'S POCKET Weil built shack standing on two lots Norman .Street, S475 Well built shack standing on one lot, Norman Street. 8375 Fonr 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- tioaatelv good buys; including five busi7iess lots on Round Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb Street Spokane I iwrciuva.! suvicijy are working hiiid in. J. i glove with thc railroads and the in- surance companies, and a diagnosis in an accident case, where the physician is called in by the patient, is drawn entirely in thc interests of the com- panies. Then, too, all candidates for thc legislature are pledged to thc so- cieties, and for that reason it is dif- ficult if not altogether out of ques- tion to get remedial legislation." Officers of the local society denv j the_ charges preferred by Dr. Calla- l-han. saying that he has made -them solely out of revenge for the reason they will not admit him as a mem- ber. TO HAVE A PAPER (Special to The Blairmore, Nov. will once again have a paper she has had a spasmodical paper for somr, years, but now will have one regu- larly. Messrs. Barrett and Brandon, who recently came into thc Pass and apparently bought all the plants along the line from Cowley to Cole- alsn. man, will start in Blairmore The Frank paper outfit, which a short while ago they from Mr. Drumm will be moved up to Blair Change Name Of Congress I It, is also probable tfcat two stories will be added to the King's Hotel next yc-ir, the tion of that house already -being tax- ed to the limit. The foundations c-i th--. building are so laid that they v carrv two' additional stories. urn building at the sulphur springs owned by the company at the west- ern limits of the village. Those portions of this large pro- gram now in progress are the laying Ottawa, Kov. of the first steps towards the actual establish- ment of thc new Canadian navy will be the securing from Great Britain of two second or third class cruisers from thc Imperial fleet for the dual IRRIGATION SECRETARY TO WED OLD LOVE Spokane, Wash., Nov. 8. Arthur Hooker, of Spokane, permanent sec- retary of the 'National Irrigation Congress which will have its 18th session at Pueblo, Colo., in 1910, and Miss Mabel Sarah Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker, of' Pull- man, Wash., will be married at the home of the bride's parents on De- cember 1, and make their home at Pueblo after January i. The engage- ment, just announced, is the sequel of of a romance begun when thev were students in the State College of Washington, graduating with the class of 1907. The bride is a bachelor of science in domestic economy, the bridegroom has the degree ol bachelor of science in engineering. He attracted continent-wide attention bv _ oi the foundations for a hundred foot i service as training ships for men and introducing a resolution for a extension of the power house for the officers and as fisheries protective accommodation of additional boilers.! vessels in Canadian waters. The cruis- bond issue by the crnment at the last session of gov- the THE t firm Security Co, OPEN FOR .BVSISESS IN THE f Whitney Block Spokane, Wash., Nov. hun- J. dred dollars in gold is offered by F. Lewis Clark, retired capitalist of T Spokane, railroad builder and con- tender in the Sonder class yachting races on the Atlantic ocean, for a J. substitute title to be adopted by the T more. John A. McDonald will have j National Dry Farming Congress, full charge of the paper here. Every- which will have its fifth session in tetfiUrirfge We will buy improved or unimproved land for cash and sell to actual set- tlers who have the necessary outfit for farming on long time v-ith a small cash payment. If you wish to add to your farm, write or come in and one wishes "Johnny Angus'' the best of success in his new undertaking it will'bc remembered he was defeated by thc Socialist, O'Brien' in the provincial election. A good live IK> per has been Blairmore. lone-felt want in JL see us. Spokane early next fall. His object J. is to secure a name which -a-ill be more appropriate, than the present T one. Many officers and members of 4- the organization believe that it cives T the wrong impression of the aims and J. purposes of the congress, in that the Farm j 1 he electric plant and compressed airjers will be sent to Canada pending j irrigation and dry-farming congress plant. The foundations are practical-! the construction of vessels for the cs. ly completed and will be ready for Canadian navy, and arrangements are j----------------------------------------------- thc installation of two boilers of j being completed between the Cana-1 j 250 horse-power each which are cx-jdian government and thc admiralty. jpccted to arm'e by December 1st. j One of the cruisers will be used on j J The air compressor and a 500 kilo- i thc Atlantic coast, and one on the j watt generator are expected" to fol- i Pacific coast. This will enable an j low within a few weeks and will be j immediate beginning to be made in proceeded with at the opening of i the work of training thc officers and spring. j men and when the new Canadian war In connection with the plans are completed, two or three! further development of the coal mea- years hence, the government will not sures, as soon a.s thc compressed air j be wholly dependent upon Great Bri- j plant is ready for service the sinking j tain for officers and crew to man the j of a slope on the old working seam j vessels. A Canadian naval academy will be started and from this, two will also probably be established as large seams, one to the east and one a necessary adjunct to the develop- to the west of thc present working'ment of -a national navy. We offer Residence Lots on Redpath Street located. Price and terms are reasonable This is property that will advance very in value, and the price that are quoting is fora IB IS ON dissolved partnership with E. C. Lucltke. T ,incd possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ran gin jr from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. Sow Island Realty and Insurance Agency Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage The George M. Hatch f Land Co. Successors to Hatch Coons Phone 159 Oliver.- Block 7 These are Bargains in Block B.. Grlyn modern houses, can be sold singly, well finished 2 storey frame, each 7 rooms and hath, furnace, for will handle, balance per month. Less than monthly rental will complete payments. to loan on farm and city property at 7 and 8 per cent, interest. Ltd. Successors to W. R. Dobbin Co. Ground Flour Office: CIRS7 DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEt PHCNE 122, ;