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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 COMPHNY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co., Limited, of London. Ottices Edmonton, LETHBRLDGE, High River, Nantoa, Vancouver. SPECIALS 4 Block 1, North Ward, on water, each, one-Quarter cash; balance, three, six, nine and twelve months. 2 lote, Block 148, North Ward, 5COO each, one-third cash; bal- ance six and twelve months. 4 lots, Block 93. on water and sewer, each; one-third cash, balance eix and twelve rcoiuns. Z lots on Glyn Street (near Courtland) each; one-third balance four and eight months. 3 lots. Block 23, facing east, near McDuff street, each; 'one-third cash, balance four and eight months. 7 roomed fully modern house, good location, ?500 cash balance in monthly payments. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block COMMISSION DISCUSSED FULLY GROW APPLES at FRUITVALE WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA .and lire in comfort. You can live in an ideal climate, enjoy fine scenery, hunting and fishing, and make more money on an'ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUfTVALE, than you can on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. Others are doing not YOU. Splendid climate, high winds and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson, B. C. T, N. CHRISTIE ft CO. Rtt! arid Financial Brokart. Diamond City; Loam t. N, Chriitig, Nutary Public, Diamond City, The Dowslcy McMillan Land Co. Real In- Estate, Loans and surance A. M. Dowsley J. B. Mulhern Phone 5M 5500.00 handles new 6 roomed house on Rogers St., fully modern. Including fire- place; only handles" fine' fully modern cottage, on 14th St. south. Everything up to date, ready for u-se by Dec. loth, 1825.00 each buys 2 lots on corner Courtland and Wdl- liam. Easy terms. Furnished new 7 room house close in ready for use by Nov. 'loth- ISO acres of irrigated land close to new park. Easy terms. WOMAN REFUSED. TO TELL HER AGE Yankee Shows Her Nerve Diunfounds Boat Officials Tacoma, Nov. point- blank to. tell her age to the immigra- tion officers, Mrs. Vera Hyland, who arrived today'on the steamer Seattle Maru from Japan, has. not- bceu al- lowed to land -because she will not di- vulge that important fact. .She raam tains that the inspectors are guilty of impertinence for asking that qtius- tion, and on finding that it is a -neces- sary requirements for entry into the country she has set out to make the officials keep on "the jump. When the steamer was about to leave Yokohama for her passage across the Pacific Mrs. Hyland rush- ed aboard, followed by her luggage. She had engaged no passage and 'as all of the first-class accommodations on the vessel were fitted, t-here was nothing left for her but steerage. This she accepted, but as soon as the steamer got well out to sea she offer- ed such strenuous objections that she completely officers an-d crew. Finally the steward gave up his stateroom and the sieerage passenger came across the Pacific i first class, while the steward bunked in the steerage. When the vessel arrived hers and thr. officials began examining the passeng- (Continued from front unpaid .council used to do? We might as well ask this question: Why do they captain and man the ocean greyhounds when they start off on their voyage across the sea? Why do they not of- fer a free pass to some man, anybody at air to take charge for the trip, and a few more free passes for the crew. Because common'sense tells that uncaptained and unbfficered, innumerable troubles would arise, en- tailing severe loss unless some re- sponsible head and assistants were there right on the snot to meet ev- ery adversity that might occur. 'Ev- so, we, the citizens of as shareholders in the great munici- pal ship Know from common sense hat if we continue Thoraasson and Cun- m were appointed to that com- mittee by the ctialr. Some more discussion then follow- ed on the commission plan. .Messrs. (Junningnam, Robert -N'immons. and others spewing. Mr. Nimmons rais- ed some objections to the plan, as lie understood it, arguing that it would mean additional expense without anv to tak-e up the matter of form of gov- apparent advantage, ernment at all. He did not believe good results couid tnat it was organized for that the resent svsiem pose. The paramount question, and j hard enough. He GIG nor alto-ether tne only questions the league should! agree with those who said that taKe up, he thought, were the moral aldermen He obtained tried MONEY IN THESE' 6 lots, Block, 127, on London -Eoad, -cor- ner, S-iOO.OG each. s 2 lots cor. Kingsbury and London, Block L., 8400.00 each. 4 lots cor. Cutbill and London, Terms on further enquiry. if I71> Cor. Round and Birflerin Sts. Phone 1343 under the pvesect HAS The third point of interest in this Oiles- ll" the-v vvere not ne would pro-jare not so ir.iieh to blame for the in-i GOOD INVESTMENTS Lots 12 and with shack, block 95, price terms. Lots in Block "L" on London Road, -price terms. Lots 30 and 33, block 12S, on London Road, price 8735 for the terms. Two new cottages on Torrance Ave., 5600 will handle the two, balance easy. rm of government is what is called the by which the people may compel action upon such legisla- tion as iiiey deem necessary. This is also done -by the percentage petition The fourth point is the "referen- by which the people may ac- jcept or reject legislation as they deem j desirable. The percentage petition jalso does tins. How does -this sound, instead of the present system when the council! j meets once in a while, at the fag end of a busy day, and often hurriedly jpass what should have careful consid- eration? Let ns compare. Instead of looseness and laxity, we find strictly SX I business methods employed. Each responsible L. Cope said that he thought ifi REAL GR! ernciency uiat exists. Ask Mayor to Call Meeting ssiderab! relative to in bf Dr O.I Cram, P twaith of-! raoie discussion took place' lioer for -r" IfUi annually arc discharged from t-ho ?IEVANCE i haichery at Selkirk. Both provincial -0" r-oi'rn Jnd governments will be ap- mouion t pjroachi.'d ior relief. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. commissioner is directly jito -the public, and only holds office' jj-at their pleasure. Instead of meet-1 jjings beto spasmodically the commis-j .sioners >can meet any hour or