Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
TM-L LETHBRIDQE DAILY AEKALU. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1909. PAGE THREI BSTHTE MHRKET 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 this 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. W. 'R. DOBBIN. ROOMS 2. SOUTHARD BLOCK 6 ROOMED BRICK RESIDENCE and 40 foot lot on best tial street. Easy terms. Adjoining lots are held at each. For further particulars see ALBERT E. IVES, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL jiFAKE SCHEMES OF ADVERTISING Lethbridge lost another of its fair and popular young ladies by the marriage last evening of Agnes Mid- marraee as ee die on Hardie, second daughter of W. terday the matter of dealing D L Hardie, superintendent of Vlbcrta Railway Irrigation RESIDENTiAL SITE 2 25x125, facing east on Cutbill on easy terms. ruuiway r Street, R. V. GIBBONS vinniueti sun, ui phy oi: Shefturne, Nova Scotia', were all in lavor of it, passing manager for Western Canada of the jit without debate. HOUS Six rooms, bathroom and pantry, furnace, and wired for electric light, I near Redpath Street, Price very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH T Store 22x50, on Westminster Road, North Ward, j. at a bargain for terms arranged, rent- ing for per month. t J. i Illinois Alberta _ Realty 2nd floor Johnson Block, next Balmopai Kitei t At the Board of Trade meeting yes- with the! fake advertising schemes was intro- 'duced by Benton Hatch, who intro- BOASTS OF A WONDERFUL CROP (Continued from Front Page) Co. program adopted by you during your last session. Further measures on the subject will be submitted for your consiheration. Amongst other bills which will be submitted to you is a bill relating to public health, bills respecting drain- and water courses, a bill pro-j Co. The cere-j Whereas, many advertising schemes, j viding for-inspection of factories aj k place at nine o'clock at particularly from outside our city, bill concerning the law of libel and a I HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..; BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land i 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD TEEMS. 1 We Either Buy or Sell See Today, j _ i-r the home of the bride's father and.' are constantly being presented tome bill to enable granting of prti-jj. vas quilt, onlv a few of thc! business men of Lethbridge, and tions of right. ha e j friends being present.! whereas, a large number of these j been sanstacton y cone udcd to the The officiating clergyman was Rev. j are practically worthless I acquisition by the prince 01 the A. M Gordon, minister of; Knox as advertising mediums, the promo t-, si stems uie acii iut church of which have no interests here pany and Saskatchewan v-' 4 -i hot thov mav company. In accordance with the Thc bride, who was given away by outside of what collections thc> max I her father, looked exceedingly pretty j gather in from the public, and in a lovely empire gown of white; Wher.eas, our local newspapers cxclusively owned and operated by the duchess satin, having a long court; printing offices axe entitled to all the j particulars oi the con- It was trimmed with Thine-'pport lhat we can give, them, i? f A SNAP: New house, 26x28, with ieanto, on double lot in North Ward, close to Mills, the house is fixed up in first-class shape, has storm doors and windows, good cellar, etc., will handle, bal- ance easy. '___________ L. Tel. 294 IP LEY Office Block -T T I Resolved, that the president of, the j Board shall appoint a standing com-! one member of which i tracts will be laid before you. Rural Municipalities to note n 1, train. It was stones and caught up with rhincstone ollv L v v veil of tulle and a coronet of of onc member of which; It is _ oranfif. blossoms, and in her be se'cretary of the Board, i scheme of rural municipal government carried a beautiful bouquet of cream tommittee to be empowered to; instituted by you at your last ses- llve he Board's endorsement to, or sion has already been adopted by a Withhold same from, anv special, portion oi our people, seventy- Called Advertising proposition, local j wo rural municipalities having been or rLL for this pur- formed during this first year lor the pose to be printed and any endorse-1 operation of the act. ment given -to be signed by at least! School Book Contract two members oi the committee and j pursuant 10 an address adopted b? j r the seal of thc Board. jyou. on January 11, 1909, I issued i president Nourse appointed commission to the honorable the roses. Her sister, Miss lanthe, .as bridesmaid, looked handsome in an empire dress of pink sS.'tm trimmed with gold lace and carrying a bou- quet of pink carnations. The bride's little sister. Inzola, was a very pretty flower-girl dressed in white point" d1 esprit over cream silk, and carrying a basket of flowers. Dottie Livingstone, in a dainty dress of pink HOUSES! HOUSE HOUSES! Livingstone, in a dany ress o i _u 'licitv Committec and Secreta mull over pink silk, opened the door the standina; committee, j Justice Newland to inquire- into and rdie tne. Secretary i chief justice and the Honorable Mr.! bo and j all matters and things T.OSC preset .t J. A. Macdonald, Wm 1 House to Rent in the P ar residential of the city. MONEY TO X T T 7 broom was supported by Jones, of the Bank of Montreal, Ray- mond. After the ceremony the bridal party and their guests sat down to a wed- ding supper. Those present besides the bride's family were Miss Cous- Hagcll, R. Sage, W. A. Blcnner- W. Rafton-Can- T ang Educational Co., Ltd., of Toron- to. The inquiry has been held will be pleased, I am sure, to Benton Hatch, R Carlson T. S. McKenzie. W. crs have been _ the bride's family were: iviiss 1- _ Sick N T. exonerated thc Commissioner ot ins and Miss Jessie Cousins, of Medi- j A. uami Hi inboth. Education and the contracting com- wat. Mrs C. McKillop, Miss cun-I pany in the matter 6f thc accusations i report of the conclu- You j know- that the findings of the commission- completely vindicated For Rent or Sale J We have a large list f o f Fully Modern Houses situate in the 1 best residential parts of the City T t On Westminster Road I close to track t MONEY TO LOAN 4- jcine Hat Mrs. C. McKillop, Miss Freeman, Maeleo.d and Graham LETHBRIDGE P.O. Bo, j .Livingstone, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas..( Livingstone, of Lethbridge. j j The brmt was the recipient of very j many costly and beautiful presents. Heir grandmother, Mrs. William Bar- am; E. H. Higinbotham, E. A. ningham. WRECK ON THE G. T. P. Brakeman Killed in an Accident Fort William at t A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for j f sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 f Bon Air, Tennessee, and hcr.j father gave her handsome cheques.' The groom's gift to the bride was a, peari heart pendant, to the brides-; Fort Nov. maid a turquoise heart, to the j Vance was instantly killed and J. 0 groomsman a pearl and diamond is lying at -the McKellar stick-pin and to thc Qowergirl a pearl: hospital with a fractured skull and ring. which led to the inquiry. the evidence taken and sions of the commissioners will be presented to you. Saskatchewan University During the year the board of gover- nors of' the University of Saskatche- wan decided upon the location of that_____ important institution and prepara-j LEGISLATION 307 CKABB. STREET (Opp- Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 IN NEW ZEALAND Lots 14 and 15, Block 93, for Money to loan terms under way for _ the erection of such buildings as are urg- ently required. As a result of the Nov. is proposer -ym nospu.iii policy adopted by my government an j compromise should be arrang i not expected to live as the result of; vbd by thc first legislature it is j aiiestiori of licenses by les and Mrs. Murphy left last night; on the Grand Trunk Pacific. expected that within a tu Lrcente-e of votes neces east and will visit several, flnftident at Crest, a small short time the provm-, c in th b ygiving five earsy unc.! fr.r-w to publicans. The latter pro- S. Thc bride's gomg-away dress was while Provision has t a black broadcloth, and she wore black fur hat trimmed with red. Upon their return from the ilAtu. _ il i IV Uil uiiv COn.UUCll.L'lV for the east and will visit several; accident at Crest, a small j comparatively short time the provin- eastern cities, spending Christmas at villape 21 west of. Fort William. univcrsiiy will be Fully equipped j Mr. Murphy's home in Shelburnc, While account5 given aro conflicting, tQ gire instruction in all the higher 11 xras1 .t Whiie the train wa? branc-hes of learning. Provision has 0rC aicoinin- dou-n a hill at at high j already bccn made for. a full arts Chcrry!