Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE DAILY hEKALlJ. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. -.909. PAGE THRE5 THE HERRLD'S REAL ESTHT MHRKET PHONE 451 FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in this Nswar LethbrlcUw. FOR more years I will still be here "tn the Real Estate business, regardless of all report: to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. P. O. BOX 1355 W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK i11'1 1 I 1-H'l-M' One, two or three large furnished Linen Closets, Bath Room, Electric Telephone. With or without board. Apply ALBERT E. IVES, SNAP Six room Brick Cottage on Dufferin Street, cash, balance on terms to suit purchaser ALLREDROUTE BEFORE THE HOUSE "IT" -S- Report By R. M. Coulter Put On the Table By Sir Wilfrid R. V. GIBBONS Ottawa, Ont, Nov. all-red steamship route project was referred MR. BUSINESS MAN. Do you wish to dispose of your business': Or do you require more help to carry it on? In either case we can help you. By our big fcrancH system we can get you a pood purchaser or supply you with high grade competent help. Prompt service, careful selection. Property your farm lands with us. Call and see us and we will show you why. T T T T T T T The Canadian Real Estate Co. Bryan Block Phone 211 1 I-H-M-H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD TERMS. We Either Buy or Sell I -r-H- Australian government would appoint a representative as requested. In his memorandum to Premier Fisher, dat- ed Feb. 1, Dr. Coulter advanced a many arguments for the estab- lishment of the proposed All Red steamship service. He pointed to the growing importance of the Pacific trade to which Japan and the Unit- ed States were alive, remarking that negotiations j n Canada, Australia and New Zea- thev Five minutes walk from Mills, near track, each, down and per month. f The Alberta Securities, Ltd. x Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH ,H M t II K I'M I -II M H-H-fr- to in the House that were in progress, "tut had not yet j Zealand could hold their own been completed. Sir Wilfrid Laurier j must be equally active. laid on the table of the House a re- port dated July 15, 1900, made, by R. M. Coulter who was sent by Canada j vy and that no navy could be succcss- to Australia, New Zealand, and Great j ful which is not backed by a swift Britain, early in the year, to carry on negotiations. According to Dr. Coulter's report the net result of his conferences is that New Zealand agreed to name delegates to wait on the Imperial au- thorities and urge them to take such of the Commonwealth. Mr. Coulter jj. further reminded the Australian gov- j- eminent that anything which tends j T to annihilate space would lead to the j removal of the only disadvantage un- j T der which Australians live, namely is- j 4. olation and remoteness from the cen- ters of the world. In conc.usion Dr. Coulter said, "It remains for Australia to decide wne- t-her another link will. be formed m the chain of Empire and another step taken towards the realization of the dreams of British ambition, an Empire with a future before' it. -K-H-I-M I H-l-H- to Sell or Rent. If you have a bouse to sell at a reasonable figure, or one to rent, call up pbone 294, and let me have the particulars I have clients ii t Tel. 294 L. S. R.1PLEY Office Block i T T 11 111 1 11 -i-H-H-H.i 1 11 II II 11 t M-I Cottage, new and balance easy. I Illinois Alberta Realty Co. j Block, neit Balmoral Hotel He reminded Australians that they are on the point of establishing a na- and commodious merchant marine.__ Dr. Coulter went elaborately Into trade statists showing that the ex- ports of Australia to Canada had in- j government creased six-fold in four years. He with maxlmum to dilated on the rapid growth of the utl u F I 1.1 i prise being to unite more closely the j i scattered portions of the Empire. We j J iare convinced that only by govern- 4 iment ownership can the object be at- I House to Rent in the best residential part of the city. MONEY TO LOAN Freeman, Maeleod and Graham f Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 6.9 T A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 v Lots 84 35. Blk 33. for SlSOO; Lots 14 15 Blk 93, for S850 acre lot 5, Blk T. for All on terms. MONEY TO LOAN The. H. Macbeth Agency AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP J, 11 LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Fully Modern 7-Roomed House, standing on 2 Lots, beauti- ful situation, corner.position, 1 Phone 261. Office Crabb Street T T T T I Good level section, one mile from railroad, school contract. _ Also section four miles from railroad. SI t. good terms. Five lots in Block W Houses in all parts of city on monthly payment plan. lots iii Kort'n Ward. Terms. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. I Ott Block. Lethbridgc, Alta. steps as will lead to the inaugura- tion of the proposed service. After much negotiation with Australia pro- mise was given by Premier Fisher's government, which has since gone out of power, that in the event either of Great Britain or Canada calling a further conference a delegate from Australia would be named. Austra- lia refused however to commit itself to any share of the cost on the ground that the Commonwealth could not do anything until the expiration jof the limitation of its expenditure fixed by the constitution. Australia also made the stipulation that its delegate would he instructed.--to urge that the service he owned by the va- rious governments concerned. At the outset of his report Dr. Coulter told of a delay in the negotiations of the of the Australian parliament about the time of his arrival. The Premier was able to meet him and in a short interview expressed himself as being in sympathy with the scheme to dra.w closer the bonds of union be- tween the colonies. Before a second interview could be arranged the La- bot Party gave notice that it could no longer give the government its support and as the government was in a clear minority the resignation of the' ministry was placed in the hands of the governor general. Dr. Coulter then consulted with for- mer premier Alfred Deakin, who ad- J vised him to utilize the time in which i the new government was being form- G' ed by carrying on his negotiations with New Zealand. In New Zealand however, there were further delays. The elections were just over and the premier, Sir Joseph Ward, two of whose ministers had been defeated, had been busy reorganizing his govern ment. "I am pleased to report, says the paper, "that negotiations once entered upon proved satisfactory and the New Zealand was quite pre- pared to join Australia and Canada in approaching the Imperial govern- ment on the question of the organiz- H- General a r.irthcr amended answer to the efTect that should a conference be called by the British or Canadian go- vernments to discuss the advisabilitv of establishir.T an All Red line, the Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4, 2d floor, John- son Block. Next Balmoral Phon e 290 Ha- dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I have .inert possession of the unsold portion of toe TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency Acreage on proposed Street Car Route; Business Sites on Westminster Road; Houses for Sale and Rent. Mridge-Weyburn Realty Ltd. Successors to W. R. Dobbin A Co, Ground Floor Office: DOCK SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTti PHONE 122.