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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta L5TH8RIDGE DAlLf KEKALU, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1909. PAGE THREE THE HERHLD'S RERL. ESTRTE MHRKET FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years In the same FOUR yean is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in FOR more years 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. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2. SOUTHARD BLOCK 3 Lots on Redpath St., corner property, each, J pne third cash, balance 6 and 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK -X-H- I-X-H RESIDENTIAL SITE 2 Lots, 25x125, facing east on Cutbill on easy terms. Street, R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 M-I-H-H- t For BUSINESS SITES See i; The Alberta Securities, Ltd. I Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH 11111 iVi iin in: T T i M-II-M iri-x-i- Handles new S-roonied Cottage between Redpath and Dufferin on Williams Street; balance J. to suit purchaser. I Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. 1 2nd floor Johnson Block, next Balmoral Hitel Phone 280 t M-I-H Lecture Did Not Take Place It was an unfortunate circumstance that a large number of people did not avail themselves of the opportun- itv presented in Dr. James Samson's lecture on the subject o( government annuities, which was to have been given in the Caledonian Hall-last ev- ening. Only a mere handful ot people turned out and the lecture was on that account indefinitely postponed. Dr. Samson has been touring the country on this mission for the past I few months, and wherever r he has spoken his' talk has been found to have been most entertaining and in- structive. vAn opportunity may be p-iven at some future date to hear j this lecture, and it is to be hoped j that a packed house will greet Dr. Samson on his return to Lethbridge. -H- -H- HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. f BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD We Either Buy or Sell See Us Today -H-K-H-H-H' !T T t T I Organ Recital. At Knox Church A SNAP: New house, 26x28, with leanto, on double lot in North Ward, close to Mills, the house is fixed up in first-class shape, has storm doors and wjndows, good cellar, etc., will handle, bal- ance easy. L. S. IUPLEY Tel. 294 Office Block X" I T t T J. Whose Wife Secured a Divorce Erom Him Last Week M-I-H-H i-n 1 1 1 House to Rent M i n n i in the best residential part of the city. MONEY TO LOAN Freeman, Macleod and Graham Phone 178 .LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 679 -i I-X-X-H-H-H -i-M-i 'i-K-i-H- I'M I M-H-M-X-.I I I X I Ij M K I I A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan J THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge H-H-M-H.....I'M.....I.......I- I Phone 396 P. 0. Bos 254 -H- -H-H- M-X-H-M-I-H-I-H-I- Lots 14 and 15, Block 93, for On terms Money to loan The H. Macbeth Agency i i H-M i :M 11 i i: n i n n 11 i- Lyceum Has >H n n M-I-K: 1 1 1 1 i rii-M-i-nri 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 i.i Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers A FEW BUYS for the WORKLTO MAN'S POCKET -.'Weirbuilt shack standing on two lots Norman Street, Well bmlt shack standing on one lot, Norman Street, Id Four room house, cellared, on half let on Arthur Street, Three good lots in Alexander Addition, 15 to 18, block b each For investors with deeper pockets we have some proper- good buys, including five business lots on Round Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb Street i M n i i H-H-I- -H-: 1 1 1 1 n i n n 1 1 1 4. acres steam plow land in 4-13 and 5-12, immediately adjoin- ing a township shortly to be opened for homestead entry. We are owners. Our automobiles are at your service. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd.? Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block f 'i i M'i'H-i 1 1 1 1 1 i.i M-i-ii Business Lot on Westminster Koad, North Ward, if taken at once, SloO. snap, 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mouths. Im- proved 160 acres close to Lethbridge, per acre on good teims. Two Lots on Korman Street, North S100.00 each. 5 Sections on Weyburn good terms. nAT.VIN-HATFIELD CO. P. 0. Box 1892 Phone 457 I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Alta. Not since the San Francisco Opera '.Company .played Florodora has this city been treated to a play to be compared 'with "the Deloy Comedians in "The Merry Widow Junior" last i evening on the occasion of the re-op- ening of the renovated Lyceum The- atre. A packed house greeted the per- j formers who kept the audience in a j high state of interest from beginning j j to end. The refined and pretty-dress-j cd girls with their well-trained voices! 'made a rare hit. j i Eddie Deloy as Max Hogenheimer. and Joe Kelsey in the role of Mike Pickleman'had new jokes and wittv sayings, which kept the house in j roars of laughter. Myrtle Deloy, with sweet and finely controlled voice. won the admiration of her audience in "The Rose is the Flower for Me." j The Deloys will repeat their open- ing bill to-night. The new Lyceum is a decided im- provement over the one of the past. Many beautiful hand-painted scenes adorn both sides of the wall and the stage scenes -and main curtain are of exceptional beauty. i The large audience who were for- j tunatc enough to attend the organ re- j cital in Knox church last'night en- joyed, a rare musical treat. Mr. Wrig- ley is a finished musician, and his selections on the big organ held the audience spellbound. The selections were varied and numerous, the building-at times, with one vast vol- ume of sound and again dying away i to an unaudible tremor. i I! anything more could be desired .J. j mak'e the programme complete it was granted in the vocal solos of Miss Simm and Mr. G-. E. "Fleming and the violin solo, "Ave Maria" by Mr. F. Lay ton. It was with a feeling of regret that there was no more to follow that the 1 'I 'H-i HOUSES! HOUSE HOUSES! For Rent or e 4 On Westminster Road close to track 4- X JL We have a large list of Fully .Modern Houses situate in the best residential parts of the City audience rose to depart at the con- clusion of the last number. It is to be hoped that this will be the first of many such musical feasts during the coming winter. The folio-wins is the complete pro- j o-ramme'- i 1. "Toccatta Fugue in D Min- j "f _ JL DR. J. T. FERNIE Montreal, of the Thistle Curling Club, elected President of the Quebec GENEROUS MONTREALERS Winnipeg, Man., Nov. re- sponse to the appeal made a few days branch of the Royal Caledonian Curl- aero on behalf of the Alexandria Hos- pital the sum of has been raised for liquidation of its mortgage i indebtedness. Among the subscribers ing Club. Bach. 2. a. Lemare. b. Bairstow, 3. Baritone Solo, "The Lord is 1117 Allister. Mr. G-. E. Flem- ing. a. "La Saint-Saens. b. "March of the Magi Du- bois. 5. "March and Hvmn of Guilmant. 6. Contralto Solo, selected. Miss Simm. 7. a. Lemare. b. G-rison. 8. Overture in E 9. Violin Sol'o, "Ave Schubert Wilhelmj. Mr. E. F. Lav- ton. 10. "Audantc from 4th Symph- Mendelssohn. 11. March from Wagner. J.I. WIN CO, 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bunk of Montreal) Telephone 383 -I I- DUTY OF PEOPLE Rev. TO YOUNG STRANGE Rs'werc Lord Slrathcona, R. B. Angus, C. R. Hosmer, James Ross, Sir J. S. Chivers' Timely Appeal to People of this City Thomas Shaughnessy, and W. Thompson, F. The old, old story, told times'with- out number, and' repeated over and' over again, for the last 36 years, but it is always a welcome story to those in search of is nothing in the world that cures coughs and colds as quickly as Chamberlainjs Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists. 96x139 feet I MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE f The C. B, AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. I M-H-H-K LEWIS OFFERS ...FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS Cherry, IE., Nov. 15. President Lewis, of the Mine Workers' Union, here advised the local union that 000, the contribution of the National body, will be placed at the disposi- tion of the widows and orphans ol the mine victims. The shaft' cage -went down the second time at 9.30. bearing James Webb and State In- spector Tavlor. It is said some bod- ies wcrft by down the first time. G-EO. J. DES8ARATS Recently Appointed Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries evening the rector, Rev. J. S. Chiv- ers spoke strongly of the duty of the people towards the young men, of the city. He deplored the lack of inter- j est people with homes show in the' young men and women who have no homes here. He advocated that they give hearty support also to the var- ious organizations in the city that are doing what they can to help the homeless young men and women of the i I-H-H-H-H-I-H-I-I- J NO. The Secret of Success In Fruit Farming Is to be Able to Raise Good Crops and to be 3 f f Only a short distance from a good market i We can show you where you'll get it, and are offering 2 t X t Fruit Lands in The Fraser River Valley Within a few miles of New Westminster 2 HARD WHEAT GROWN 1500 MILES NORTH OF EDMONTON Ottawa, Nov. department 'of trade and commerce has received from Commissioner Perry, of the Royal North West Mounted Police, at Regina, a sample of wheat grown in 1908 at Fort Liard. Fort Liard is I on the Liard River which empties in- j to the Mackenzie River at Fort Simp- j son, and is situated about twenty miles north the 60th parallel, ami twenty miles east of the Yukon ter- jritory, and miles northwest of Edmonton. Grain inspectors at Win- give.the sample a grade of No. 2 Northern. The recent price oi this grade is between 90 cents and 95 cents. 0. Every facility offered If interested you'll investigate j; J, For further particulars apply the Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Phone 122 Co., Ltd. 1st Door South Hotel; Round St. U. Medical Corps, whom they term the discoverer of the hook-worm disease and who should superintend the spending of one million given by J D. Rockefeller, fcr an institution. t X 4- If you wish to have a chat with our practical fruit grower call, phone or write, and he will call on you 5 THE Farm Security Co. f OPEN FOE BUSINESS IN THE Whitney Block X llhopta LbliiBt i iliifUiAH We will buy Improvtd or unimproved land cash and will sell to actual: set- tlers who have the necenary 1 outfit for farming in long time with a small cash payment. If you wish to add to your farm, write or come in and I Farm Security Co. -H-i- -5- BUYING RIGHT IS GETTING YOU8 MONEY'S Hav dissolved partnership -with E. C. Ludtke, I have .anecl possession of the unsold portion of the TOWHSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to t J .X i f T A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency New 2 storey frame 10 roomed fully modern house on 3 lots for sale at a bargain, v Only 7 minutes' walk from Post Office Also a 7 roomed furnished modernChouse for rent for 3months, close in LethbriilDe-Weyburn Realty Lti v if Successors to W. R. Dobbin A Co. ..Ground Flour Office: DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HCTEt PHCME ;