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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UErHBRIDGE DAILf KEKALU, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1909. THE HERHLD'S REAL.ESTHTE MHRKETT PAGE TMREi PHONE 451 FOUR years in the tame office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in thic 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. R, ROOMS I AND 2. SOUTH Ann BLOCK i n n n i M..M-M. {How the B. C. Good Residence Lots in all part> of the city for Mile on the monthly plan I ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK Elections Came Out In 1907 t The Best Buy in the business property 100 ft. by 125 ft. in Block 34 facing Burdett St. cash; 1 year; 2 years 7 per cent. COMPLETE LIST OF RESULTS AT LAST GENERAL CIAL CONTEST. PROVINT-! R. V. GIBBONS MM: i i OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 I I In 1907 when the MeBride govern- ment returned with an increased majority, the opposition consisted of V j 13 Liberals. An analysis of the vote v.jcast in that election, upon the basis 404 W- H. Marcon (3) the figures in the'official ;fif' Henderson [Dr. G. A. McGuire 3068; W. W. JB. Mclnnes 2249 A. Henderson 2312; R. P. McLennan 2.- 323; T. F. .Neelands 2129; J. W. DeB. Farris "k. Stebbings 603 R, P. Pettipicce 633; J.'H. McVety 623 E. Dubberley 6'00 Perry F. Williams 412. Victoria Richard Mc- j Bride 1614 Fred Davey j H97 H. F. Behnsen 1477 H. JH. 1377 R. L. Drurv 1190 W. G. Cameron 1156; I Richard 1092; J. D. McNf- ven 1031 Dr. Ernest Hall (LR) 850 A. Johnston 434 J. C. r S-H-H-H-I-H--H-II M-I-H-H-t BUSINESS SITES See The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH I M-I I I-M'M'iMi I I Mil M'il t M-H- 289 207. Schofield 325 F. Hume (LV: 239 John Houston 147. I III M-H-H- Dr. Young in Atlin and Mr. W. I JUfVff oJ-.WertmiDatorEoad, J, Manson in Dcwdnev. r Charles Street, have to be sold vat once. each. Terms f Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. f on file in the office of the provincial j C. A. S L i secretary, shows ballots to j have been cast for Conservative can- jdidates. The Liberals polled jof being recorded for Socialist candidates, for the In-' i dependents, and for the Labor- jites. By-elections which were subse- jquently held in Atlin and in Dew-d- jney, the former necessitated by Dr. Young's'acceptance of office as pro- vincial secretary, and the latter -in consequence of the premier electing to sit for Victoria City upon being; re- turned for two ed .in the return by acclamation of the Conservative candidates, Hon. f flav decided to appoint a deputation Ranchers To Exterminate the Wolves BIG MOVEMENT IN THIS COUN- TRY TO GET RID OF THIS GREAT PEST. T T WE OWN ACRES along the new Weyburn line And issy Lake. NO BETTER LOCATION IN SOUTHERN Being owners we can make low prices to you. If you have a No. 3 piece of land and right we arc in a position to purchase. See us before you either buy or sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER Going To Ask the City To a Grant L. Tel. 294 H-I-M II I-H-H-M M-I-i The Board of Trade Council yester- Beautiful Residence Phone 290 rH-i-K- j to the City Council to ask 'for a grant.of toward sending In the following statement the t-xhibit from Lethbridge to Oma. suits of the last election are given.'' ha- T'he balance of the required the returns in the several constitu.cn- ljc raised by" private subscrip- cies are produced, and- the par- tion- The secretary win also -write ties by .the letters "C" for Con- thc C-P-R- asking for special trans- servatives, "L" for Liberals. "S" Portation rates. F. H. Downer was for Socialists, "1" for Independents, appointed1 to receive names'of any 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 cellar. Will make a nice home. .Ex- cellent buy. cash and assume balance ef original loan of S-700. Or, will trade for lot on Westminster Road, Northward. Also some excellent buys in city business property for Jnvest- land "LR" for Laborites. J C. Brewster (L.- 236 W. Manson 20-1 James Cart- wright 43 H. Site on to attend this exhibition. Tne Board believes that 'an exhibit at will count for even more than one at Billings. T jtenvards returned by acclamation on ment. Maeleod and Graham f Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE -i. j acccptine office. T T P.O. Box 679 3! f A; 2 5 60 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge 0. Box 254 f 5! f E- Young, M. D. The secretary was instructed to ad- 41 John Irving' 20 af- vise the that -the Board is not in a position to con- sider the purchasing of advertising in connection with the recent trip of Cy. Warman and'party. Mayor Jamieson, .of Calgary, com- plimented; the Board on the idea of their meetings at luncheon, and. stated that he would endeavor to induce the Calgary- Board to fol- low the example. He spoke very dc- ;cidedly regarding the city's splendid its vast coal fields and fer- tile' fanning district ami predicted j.that the growth of Lethbridge to be as rapid, if not more so, than anv Jones 184 J. McK. Yorston 1S3 Charles Wilson (C j, 152 L. F. J. Cham- pion 135. C, Parsons 254- !W. C, Wells 195. j Cowichan W. H. Hayward (Cl. j 123 John N. Evans 105. j Grant 372 J, I B. Bennett S33. j C. H. King, A.. Harvey 378: Ed ward Kelly 211. C: Munro 331 S. A'. Cawley 3W. I other city in Alberta. Regarding the (.sending of an exhibit to Omaha he Rhone. '396 j T T T Lots 14 and 15, Block 93, for On terms 4! Money to loan 3! X The H. Macbeth Agency f The Golden West Realty Co. j Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers -f f A FEW BUYS for the WORKING MAN'S POCKET -j. built shack standing on two lots Norman Street. T Well built shack standing on one lot, Norman Street, JL t T T -r I V Four room bouse, cellared, on half let on Arthur Street. Three good lots in Alexander Addition, 15 to IS. block G 8140 each' For. investors with deeper pockets have some proper- tionatelv good buys, including five business lots on Round Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb Street j Delia-John Oliver (1- 430 F. J. ;TO of the opinion that no collective AlcKcnzic 261. action could he taken by the Calparv Dewdney-Hon. Richard but that he would lay the 38i.; -R. jardine 241. before it on his return. subsequent by-election resultant' _ through' Hon. Mr. McBride electing1 to sit for Victoria City, W. J. Man-! was definite- son returned by acclamation ilv stated by'thc raihvay commission Jardine that th'e telephone inquiry will C. E. Pooler 134 'jnot; The .decisio'n will Ross 350- W rt'achcd evidence 'taken two H. Moore 285; William Dickcn years aso' Grand Forks John 323 E. Miller 255 ory 160. H. Naden 217; E. G. Warren 190; Dynes 176. The E. McPhillips T. W. Paterson 173. .K am F. J. Fulton (C) 53-1 J. D. Swanson 439. Medicine Hat, November, 11. _ That ruthless enemy of the ranch- ins; industry, the wolf, has during thc present season levied his usual heavy toll on the ranchers' stock. Scarcely a rancher in the district has gone through the year without some considerable loss and in many cases the depredations of wolves have been uch as to seriously deplete the herds. W. Penland traces the loss of at least twenty or thirty head to this source. E. Lesley has suffered still more severely, nearly forty head hav- ing been killed. These two instances' are merely typical of a state of af-' fairs which is chronic in some of the _ ___________________ remoter parts of the range. I The provincial government pays a 'I'! "M-H--H-H bountv of per head for- grown wolves killed, and for pups, but the ranchers have always supplement- ed this by themselves giving a sub- stantial bounty. In the spring of the present year the sum of' was paid for a bitch and ten pups killed on the John Dav ranch at Maybcrrics creek. Mr. Day estimates that hadjv these animals been living to-day thev would have wrought havoc to the tune of at least Last week a number of the ranch- ers from Peigan' Creek and the Milk- river country met, in the city and sue- ceeded in placing the system of. fin- ancing wolf bounties on a more satis- factory basis than has hitherto pre- vailed. The problem was thoroughly and it was decided that each of the ranchers entering into the offensive and defensive alliance against the ruthless freebooters of the plains shall contribute towards a 'central fend an amount equivalent five cents per head on the stock owned] or handled by him. Of this Hooper will have charge as treasurer, i The bounty has been placed, at for full grown wolves and for cubs. The conditions to be complied with in. order to obtain thc bounty are simple. In the event of a wolf being killed the carcass must be exhibited to the nearest rancher in the -league, who will'if it" can be shown that the animal Avas killed in the vicinity, take the 'hide and issue a certificate to Mr. Hooper and the bounty will be paid: Letters have been sent to manv ranchers urging them to on LYCEUM BLDG. 4- -M-H' t-H-H-M- EXCELLENT Four Lots on Norman St, each, terms. T Lots on Weatminstei Road, close in, termt If you have a house to rent or sell, et me have a listing. I have clients S. R.1PLEY Office Block X REDPATH STREET Between Bartlett Westminster 1 SIZE M-H- M-l-l i 96 x 139 feet On Westminster to track I r T T -L I T X 4- i t CASH j. i. co. 307 OR ABB: STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 HITS A HIGH OFFICIAL Cincinnati, Jfov. main- taining- that is tie maximum of. the.shortage charges L. Mclnais M. W. Greg- the new proposition and a general re- j sponse is anticipated. In the near fu- J turc it may be that as the result of the new crusade wolves will b-ecome as scarce in one -district at least of Western Canada as snakes in the Jam! of St. Patrick. Warriner, the deposed, local treasurer of the Big Four railroad in this city, railroad officials are 'continuing: MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The C. B. AGENCY Acadiu Building. Phovm 200. tlieir investigations. A report that at least one high, official in the I'.cal end of the.Big Four had tendered his resignation: as a result of. the Warriner disclosure not he confirnieH.'.The Big Four had half a dozen expert accountunts checking over Warrin- r? books. THE Farm Security Co. f T OPEN FOK BUSINESS IN THE Mark (L) 123 S8S Whitney Block LetiiufidgB diliBPta Wouldn't Take Haywoodjs Offer 2 East half 10-5-15 W. 4th, an acre. balance arranged J IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block John. KcuJi ISO. A. McDonald 115. Thomas Giffor.i (C> 675 T. W. Howar 547 J. S. Rainey 145. Nanaimo City J. H. Hawthorn-.' .thwaite 455 Henry Shepherd 290; Dr. R. F. B. Business Lot on Westminster Road, North Ward, if taken at ouce, snap, 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mouths. Tm- proved 160 acres close to Lethbridge, per acre on good teims. Two Lots on Norman Street, North Ward. each. 5 Sections on Weyburn line good terms. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. P. 0. Box 1892 Phone 457 Room I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Newcastle Williams 259 .7. L. Thomas 197 'J. B. Cairns 99. Nelson City Dr. G. A. B. Hall 3H J. A. Kirkpatrick 309 Frank Phillips 96. j Price Ellison 1893; Dr. K. C. McDonald 643; 'F. W. Logic 92. Thomas Tavlor 440 ;'R. Cayley 269; W. W. LcFcaux 94." F, L. Carter-Cot- ton 417 J. W. Weart 403 i C. R. Kellep 48. Rossland .1. A. Macdonald 2-31 L. A. Campbell 186 A. j E. Berry 98. D. M. Ebcrts i 275 -John Picrcy 257. W. Shatford 298 Smith Curtis 200 Georse K. Morter (Si. 29. W. T. KerRin 1.88; W. R. Lord 1.18. 193; W. Davidson H9 A. B. Dock- stea.-de.r 81. Vancouver W. J. Bow- scr 3230; A. FT.'B. Macgowan (O. 3228 Hon. R. G. Tatlow 3221 James F. Garden 3148 We will buy improved or unimproved land for cash and will sell to actual set- tlers who have the necessary outfit for on long time with a small cash payment. If you wish to add to' your farm, write or come in and f i Farm idllll Co. St. John N.B., Nov. il. Roscoc Filmorc, 22 years old, was arrested here early this evening, while at- tempting to deliver a Socialistic ad- dress to a crowd at King Char- lotte streets. Police told Filraore to move on and when he refused plac- ed him under arrest. Filmore came here, this morning from Albert coun- ty to meet W. D. Maywood, of Idaho, who was tried for connection with the murder of Gov. Stcuenbcrg. Hay- wood came in on to-day's train and will speak, here. To-night he offered; to put up cash bail for Filmore, but: latter would not agree to this, say- ing he preferred to fight it out in the cause of. right and justice. Hay- wood said, "Oh, this arrest is noth-j ing. Socialists have been arrested be- fore for preaching their creed, and, of course, will he again, but we are ad-; f Don't miss Deloy's Comedians the Lyceum next Monday night The Merry Widow, Jr. at have dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke. I