Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
.v, November 20, 1012 THE LETHKKIDGU PAlLY HERALD Estate in the country that produces the best wheat in the A Nice Home Fivo romnpfl modern cottage. 1iidt new. on foot lot. _ JStfU.UU cash, b'OaiK'o liko mi'. _" J Two corner lots on water, smvcr tin dlislit, frloso to limy school, price for pair; otic-third cush, balance 11 and 0 months, North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rival Commanders in the Balkan Armies To Exchange for Farm Land A beautiful ten aero irrigated tract, in the Spokane Valley near Post Falls, .Idaho. Five acre bearing orchard; good seven room house, jiood burn nnd out-buildings complete. One mile to Eighth Grade School. Quod ideal home place. Do you want it? T. LATHROP Stafford Block Fire Insurance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 5 room. 2 storey on 1 1-li lots, near Ualbraith 575.00 otish, monthly. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot. half block-from car Hue, cash, balance iu five years. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACAD1A BLOCK. PHONE UM. OLSON Mr. Olson was lately trading under the name of Harris Olson, Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Room Four, Begin Block p. 0. Box 646 PHONE 1647 r Lethbridgo For Sale Two choice lots on lane facing cast on 18th St. South, in Block L. Trice each: terms cash, "balance 6 and 12 months, at 8 per cent. Loans, Insurance and Real Estate Office 416-5th St. S. Phone 1214 .K ur it I Two lots just "IT car line, close lo school and on waler and sc'.ver ai: per cash, balance 4., 8 ajnl months. K. V. UIOOOKS Balmoral Block Lethbridge Tilts Order of the Night Bardie Finances Xorth Lniiiiri gradually i ra t opa y ers a re g rhe decks of their wurshijiy ready fur action. able study and those who talk finance find that these matters not so olved. ndeed, not a banker in Leilihridgc who could Set along without, the aid of the in- terest table. MO said if we go on at (.he rate 'we are going.we won't 1411 anywhere. According 10 Mr. Hardie's arsum-ems ihe present high rate due 10 the lack of abiliiy on taxes musL go up. somewhat. Let! bridge ton years from now will be flourishing city whether lie was hei or not. His opinion was that if th taxes wen: curtailed the progress the city would bo Kent back. AI AsJicrot't thought the council ha the best, they could in the sal ci1 the bonds. He know of a city was paying- fifty mills on the dollar so that Lethbridge is not in such bad position. Mr. Ashcroft believe in spending the money to prevent tli' town going on the bum. He was will to lip what he could for the inter ol' tha city if elected. A rate payer wanted to know if Mr. Ashrrof any property in the red district. This ho dented. Somebodj >lsc wanted to know who sold the Iso room the part of the council in Its financial j ]ation hospital. Rach came the reply operations' of thr irily. "Shorty" Ad- tin the order m[ also KOI his call? on his admin- Keimuly'y Hal; last evening and irom the various iis it was trans- OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE We GUARANTEE the time when your in- debtedness will be paid off Ofiictf opening evenings. Write, phone or call. International Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDOE OFFICE: Suite 1'Dominion Block Phone 150" had not entered the an> spirit of revenue. ratt-p-O'ers have thc-ir L'ves wide open to iin- situation, lacing them a I tin: approacuing municipal elections. L. liar-die. s-Jd Job. tiill-spic. inavoralty candidates; L. DcMiafii Mc.Vabb, James Ash- croft, Keel, -I. .MtiCiimbly am] Covering, -uldonrianic cundlflatcs; M. K. Kaaki> and Ur. Thomson, school board candidates, and others were on liund. Joseph Gillespie Speaks It. decided to hear the various; candki.tU's and on -Mr. Gillespie cpm-i ing lorward ilie crowd applauded and Jim Ma relay yelled "Por's lie's a Jolly Goal but his voice was smothered in the din. Mr. (Jilledpio stated that he campaign u'ith Mo had not yc-t 'formulated his pro- grim and this hr- would announce later. Mi', lltlclnr wauled to know if the labor men would have the right to use the si rent; fur public aietil- ings. Mr. riillespif said he would agree 10 this provided there was no Interference, with iraHie. Mr. Tuck- well asked Mr. Gil'espie if he thought ho would be able to handle the finan- ces of tho city, as it was reported that tlit- next mayor should he well l-ed in (his r-tsperl. .Mr. CHllcapie said ho thought, he was qualilieil. W. D. L. Hardle Mr. liardic said lie was discussing the situation purely from tho view- point of civic management, and not! from any other standpoint. Me favor., cd the straight commission form of government, and said that three com- missionary would be elected by Un- people and be niib.fuet td the recall. Mr. Mardie worn to the root of the matter, taking care to say that if (here hud been a police com in IKS ion he believed Joe (.lillenpie would have been chief of police today. (H-enr.I Commenting on the' civic ex- penditure Mr, Mardie criticized the' (id adopted by the present, coun- cil In .rsnihHKhliiK tht; iax rate. The tliitf (tiU1 rewilres cauaider- "1 helifvo it was Mayor Hatch." Aid. Williamson explained the trans isirution during the cccupanry of action by saying the city council de mayors chair. The iniluKlrinl policy t.itlGfj to selj fhe hospiial fo -as also dealt with by who thought ihe q power ought to be by Mr. Hardio. The council dkl not stion of cheap] anything about the purpose said ir elected bo would call .Ichn Taylor's bluff ask him lo erect his big Hour mill, n was important to note tliar thopo men in lh.? oily who were worth anywhere, ft'cm- OiiO were doing little, to advance Lethbridsic i-ndusinaiiy. Why should not these men logiUher and do something- (leimitf in the way of help- ing the city? In answer [.o Air. Tuck- well. Mr. Uanlif .said lite segregated would have in be left to tin; chief of police umi tin- police com- mission. Dr. Thompson wanted to know what would be done a-bout tbe SoO.OOU d anything about the purposes for which the place was to be used. Dr Lovering asked Mr. Ashcroft if be thought the building was really wortl ame Mayor Jim said he didn hlame the mayor, but he thought tlit whole council was lo blame. Mr. Asquith tMr. Asfjuith went, into the niattci of tiic slraiglit. commissinn form '0 government and said he thought the ratepayers should have more to do in the operation of the city's affair? Me thought the details of the conv government should be put in to C. P. R. on nocoiMlt I ion" to Of hviilsc-. Mr llarclir'l ihi-s sum would of the procnod bcivd sale of Aid. Ashcroft to be paid tho recent "If my past stay with me.' record is good, then was Jim's first, shot. consideration one thing whit-li should bo put into cffoc soon as as ibis wa.s a mailei which should be removed frnm aldcr- inauic control, A ratepayer wanted to know K (he Club was a pro- per place for the members of the city It" you want to build a city then yonrj council to and discuss business. Yfl.ii Caia Always Gel Your Money Promptly if it is deposited in the Union Hank of Cauada. When I ha I unforeseen heed arises, or an opportunity comes lo make an exceptionally profitable cash deal, it is worth much to be able to get your cash without delay. Meanwhile it is absolutely safe and is eaniiiig .Interest all the time., LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH B. KING, Act'g. f ENG., BRANCH, F. XV, ASHE, Greatest Bargain in Alberta 640 ACRES FOR AH.fOii'JC'J -i'11' ttiroe, wires, three SG para to. for horses, cattlo and. hogs; 100 acres under cultivation, 25 acrea taken-by crock and low land along creek; 40'acresiof. poplar brushy, land, balance can be brought under cultlvatios. Frame house 2 storey, has eleven rooms; iilso bathrooni.'fin- jshed, Inside and out, heated by furnace, .has hot water system, cistern, 10 ft. by 10 feet. Frame barn. 30 ft; by 60 ft., loft holds 50 tons hay; chicken iiouso '15 ft by'80 ft. two storey. Two .good wells with iron pumps. cash, on February 1, T13; and balance ;oii terms to suit, interest .at :7 per cent. Six foot coal Spain in creek 'bank on property; extent of coal area liae not been tested; Half a mtie from good school, and six miles from town of Tofield. Ideal for fancy stock farm. TOFIELD, A. J. H. McCauley ALBERTA Mr. Asquith said he had no know ledge of any such meetings. Mr. Keel Mr. Reel noted the spirit in evidence in NortU Lethbridg and said that .Mr. Hardie liad give them a bitter pill to s'v.-allow in ill commission, form of government, M stood for a greater Lethbridge an efficiency in the -management of th city's finances. Mistakes had made but it was through makin these mistakes that one learned. Keel favored handling the Industrie development of the city through th city council and not. through tli Board of Trade, who had squanderc money without results. (Hear, hear ilr. Mardie's gloomy picture worrie him. The record of the city in" th matter of civic iniprovetrieiits durin the past.year was surely worthy notice. Nowhere had he seen a cit so well ahead in the matter of it municipal development as LethbHdgi Dave Elton Speaks Dave Blton defended the. Hoard o Trade and instanced the work it ha done in the work of the Dry-Fitrminj Congrsss. (Hear, hear.) "Are yon British subject. Mr. tjueried ratepayer. "Yes sir; ever since thi year (Applause.) Dr. Lovering thought that it wa necessary to have a professional man on the council. Barclay: "We doctoring.' (Loud laughter.) The doctor in speaking of the com mission form of government said i was necessary from past experieiic' to appoint a police commission. Th' industrial policy came before th> Dr.'s notice. So far nothing had beci done by the LethTjridge Board o Trade in Imaging industries here What should he done was to secure a, first class man and pay Jiim a goo: salary to work in securing industries for the city. Thc Dr. in referring lo the street railway was of the opinion .hat this should be extended to thi. Royal Collieries district. He was also n favor of taking over- the Gait hos >ital and managing same by an in commission. With regart .o the school board tbe Dr. thought .hat that body had been a little .ravagant. The Dr. thought that care dhoti Id he taken to ace thnt a clean .nd efficient council was elected. VV. J. McCamblay -Mr. McCamblay was in favor of the commission form of govern- neut anil believed that tho rutepay- ;rs should have the say. He express- id the view thai, employees should fair treatment. In his opin- on there had been great, expense, lotahly in tin; matter of the assess- nents. Dr. Thompson Nominated Dr. Thompson in addressing the meeting- said if it was the of the atepayers that he should stand for lection as trustee to the school boavd hen ho would he glad to do so. The stated that: a great deal must be aid in favor ot the work done by tho cbool board in the erection of new chools. It' elected lie would do all le could to advance tbe interests of he North Ward in educational mat- ers. Herbert Mockford, the only other andidat.e, .said he would do all in hit! ower to further the welfare of North i bridge. Mr. MoekfortJ in refer- to the establishment, of the man- nl (raining school on the snuth aide xprossed the opinion that North should have the samu rivilege. Me thought the school nard expenditures should be watch- a little more closely. .Mr. Ritchie anted to Unmv K .Mr. Mockford ap- roved of the present extension work the school hoard. The candidate as not sure that the school board ould have much to do with this next, oar and could not give un offhand iswer point without studying (tucstion., Another ratepayer anted to know if Mr. -Moekford was .favor of compulsory vaccination which the candidate replied in the fllrmative. On a vote being Thompson was oloeted tho ebool board representative for North oth bridge. STOKERS HAD ENOUGH OF IT Montreal, Nov. Dominion ivnrnincut's new steamer .till nt Collingwood, for service i the PaeilU1, arrived here 011 Iior ng voyage vln Capo Morn, and with IP liTfil delay of lu-r IOUK trip live her stokers deserted her. HUGE SHIPPING New York, Nov. Is asserted .with great circumstantiality iu-finan- cial circles here that prelhnmaiy ne- 'goiiations have 'been completed to form the greatest. shipping combine in the world. Tfie companies interested arei.Cun- artl, capital and 31 steam- ers; Peninsular and Oriental, capital. and 64 ships; British In- dia Steam Navigation. Co f capital 50.0.000, and 129 steamers; Royal Jlnil Steam. Packet Co., capital and .129 steamers: AVithj Co., capital and 63 steam- ers. Sir Owen Phillips is carrying out.1 the deal. CANADA RILES A PROTEST Washington, Nov.. its Attorney-General, C.- D. Doherty, the Canadian government todav filed ob- jections before the International Joint Commission to the proposed construc- tion of an International dam at tlefails, the outlet of Rainy Lake on. the Minnesota-Manitoba boundary. The Canadian government protested that the dam woultl affect the levels of the Lake of the Woods, a matter of arbitration between the two governments. Phone 1412 P, O. Box 531 J. Harris Co. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Steamship Agents C. P. R. Labor Agents and Gen- eral Employment Agency ROO.M 3, BEGIN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Below The Market 4 lots in. 13lock 129, nt, oach: terms 3 lots in Block L, at each; terms. A. V. GIBBONS PHONE 1425 Room "D" Balmoral Block Look These Over Two good building lotB 7th Avenue South. pair Two Iota Sltli Sli-Cft, near 7th Avo. South. pair HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN Reward offered for informa- tion leading to tile conviction of parties desiroylng our signs. The DoWfley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock St.