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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THa LETHBRIDGE DAILY KEKALU. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1909. PAGE THRU THE HERALD'S RDRL. eSTRTE MRRKET PHONE 451 FOR more years I will -itill be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (461) is rny New Telephepe Number. W. R. DOBBIN. ROOMS I AND 2. SOUTHARD BLOCK FOUR years in the office, FOUR ytart in the tame business. FOUR yeart is about all .the Real Estate one have in this Newer P.O. BOX 1355 n 11 i i 1111 i m r i M T M H-M-H-HMM FOR RENT One, two or three large furnished Linen Closets, Bath Room, Electric Lights, Telephone. With or without board. Apply' ALBERT E, IVEb, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK it SNAP Six room Brick Cottage on Dufferin Street, cash, balance on terms to suit purchaser R. V, GIBBONS ri 1i n mi :i n n OTT BLOCK PHQNE 222 111 t I U M III -H-M I I'M I III I-H-I-H-1 T Five minutes walk from Mills, near track, each, down arid It.00 per month. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH -l-M I'M M I'l-J M I-H-I-M t II I'M' Discussed Street Railway Franchise BY YOUNG MEN'S NUMBER OF CITIZENS HEARD ARGUMENT. The first public debate on thestreet railway issue was held last night in the Young Men's Club and was large- ly attended by both members of the club and citizens interested in the matter. Messrs. McLelland and Mac- Lean upheld the granting, of the fran- chise, while Messrs. Cope and Broad- ley opposed it. 0. D. Austin, the president of the club, occupied the chair, and Messrs. W. C. Simmons, W. C. Ives and W. D. L. Hardie acted as judges in the debate. The verdict was returned in favor of the negative by a very close mar- gin. W. H. McLelland, the first speaker for the affirmative, held that the proposition was being inaugurated by men who had been of service to the city, and who.-deserved a chance to continue that work! The agreement was very fair to the city. The oppo- sition to the scheme on the grounds of other railways not being allowed to enter the city did not hold? They could -expect no better terms if' the .j.city owned the railway. 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 bif fcranek tyiUm we can get you a good purchaser or supply you with high grade competent help. Prompt service, careful selection. Property your farm lands with us. Call and and we will show you, why. Il8tt The Canadian Real Estate Co. party called starts ringing for on second, and continues to ring at in tervals of three seconds until th. party called answers, or until th party calling hangs up the "receiv er." It will, therefore be apparen that one of the first benefits to b from the new system will b fast service, for the obvious reaso that when t any one's telephone be rings they know that unless answer ed promptly it is going to keep o ringing just so long as the p'erso calling keeps -his "receiver" off th "hook. will be in full swing by about the second week 61 next month, and be- fore Christmas the local manager, Mr. Campbell, states that, he expects to be able to give all those who are j T at present clamoring for telephones, all they tiesire in the way of an up- to-date and efficient service. -M1 11-H-I-H-H-H-l -l-hM-H-l HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. j BRYAN BLOCK Chvners 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 --See Us Today DEAD PROMINENT CITIZEN OF BARONS Barons, Nov. the passing away of "Mr. Wm. Hatfield on the homestead near town, this commun- ity loses one of its most respected to Sell or Rent. If you have a house to sell at a reasonable figure, or one to rent, call up phone 294, and let me have the particulars I have clients r 7-Roomed Cottage, new and well built, concrete fou: cellar, furnace and electric light, in Duff Addition, cash, assume loan of 51380, payable per mrntk and balance easy. Illinois Alberta Realty 2orj floor .ioton Biock, next Balmoral Hotel, House to in .the p a'rjfc A best residential of the c i t y. TO. LOAN Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 17H LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 A 2560 acre miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f Phone 396 Bryan Block, Letbbridge P. 0. Box 254 4- ,-H- Lots .34. 35, Bit for Lots Blk 93, for acre lot 5, Bli T, for All on terms-. The time far 'the -drawing' of out- j side business to the city, was now and the city was not now" in a "posi- tion to build such lines. He dwelt on. [the value of the railway as an ad- vertisement to the city. B. L. Cope, the leader of the nega- tive, objected to the route of the proposed railway in the city. He stated that the company should be required. to put'up a deposit as they were not bound to exercise the fran- chise at once.' R. M. Maclean, for the affirmative, thought that the necessary expendi- ture of the city in municipal im- provements in. the next few years would prevent- its considering the building of a railway. The revenue the city would derive from this was considerable and not to j-be despised. i G-co. Broa'dlcy the concluding I speaker on the negative, cited in- stances where street railways were operated by corporations, particular- i ly in Glasgow, _and where the opern.- I tion was eminently, successful. Mum- cipai ownership paid every time. Ht objected to the franchise on moral 'principles and also on the-question of i patriotism to the city. j While the judges were arriving; at their decision the chairman made a few remarks on the objects of the club and the formation of the mock Parliament, the opening 'meeting- of which will be held next Thursday ev- ening. Mr. Ives, as critic of the debate, gave the debaters and the audience many valuable and practical sugges- tions as to the. manner of conducting the coming debates, which they will do well to bear in mind. unnecessary frequency or that th party calling is in- a- "rush" and be inclined to put the blame of the ringing on the shoulders of the one calling, they, would do well to bear in mind that the ringing is done through, a piece of delicate mechan- ism in the called the "ringing machine" and that the party calling has nothing to do witk the ringing and that the moment they answer the call the bell will cease to ring. .It may, of course, be that at the time one party is calling, another party is talking to the party in which "hum" will be heard indicating that the line is at that moment being, used, and that it will be necessary to hang up, the receiver and call again. The desk telephone-sets to be usedj with the automatic apparatus, are both an improvement on the desk sets already in use and on the automatic wall set, neat, compact, and all as the.latter is the dial on the desk phones being no larger than the face or a watch and these new desk phones i should prove an acquisition to a busy business man's office. L S. R.1PLEY Tel. 294 Office Block -I-H-M.: I M'H M 1 M-H-H Should at any time the party call citizens. Deceased had come to this ed think thatlie bell is ringing wit country some three or four years ago along -with his family, and since.that time he had become known and liked by all for his quiet manner. He had! suHpred greatly- during .the last few i months and yet at the last death came unexpectedly. In a little grave on the homestead, which he was making into a home, the. remains of the father and hus- band were laid for their last SIX BURNED HOUSE Exciting Effort of Young Mother to Save Baby and Herself New York, Nov. least six persons were burned to death" and ten injured in a fire which swept through a tenement''house in Brook- lyn before daylight today. When-the jfire had been controlled a search of long the house revealed six, bodies, most rest. i of them burned beyond recognition-1 The pall-bearers were, all men well They were those of two women one man and three children, the latter on in the prime of life, and of about the same age as the friend for whom they were performing the last sad rites. The sympathy of the commun- ity is extended to the widow .and the family who remain to mourn his loss. apparently between the ages of two and four years.. Another woman is and she may have been con- sumed in the flames. 96 x 139 feet On Westminster Hoad close to track 2i years of, age, appeared at a third I floor window with her one-year-old' '.baby in, her arms. She remained T t MONEY TO LOAN FORT WILLIAM TO UNITE j there'calling for help until the win- dow slJowed red -with flames when she threw the child to the crowd be-r It is expected that tne new service In Effort to Secure Cheap .Fght-and Fuel Arthur, Nov. is and then jumped from the win- For i'tiow. The baby was caught by a man was not seriously injured.. The William joining hands for the pur- pose of procuring gas for lighting and heating purposes at low rates. The Port Arthur council has" express- ed its willingness "to. open ..negotia- mother failed .to clear a copinf iwalk, sustaining probably fatal 1 i'-'.'' and" tions to that end. FIRE INSURANCE i MONEY TO LOAN The H. Macbeth Agency How To Ring the New Phone -Alberta Realty Co. Tne old, old'; story., told times with- out number, and repeated over and ovtsr again, for the-, last 36 years, 'but it is always a welcome story to those in search of is -nothing j in the ihat. cures coughs and j j colds as quickly as Chamberlain's A- i Cough Kernedy. Sold' by -all druggists. JiieC. 8. Acadia Building. Phone 200. 'VWl'Vi? HANDSOME RESIDENCE -j- (Fully Modern) 4. 8. rooms including bath- T room. Built on 1 1-2 lots. On GT5INESS STREET, RIVERVIEW. -Facing- the river and the finest bit of, scenery around the city. THE I H-H-H- I I I I I'M I I I I: 11 LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR T GOLDEN WEST REALTY CO. AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. -Fully Mcxlern 7-Roomed House, atanding on 2 Lots, beauti- fiil situatioii, corner position, Phone 261. I I'I. I 1 M-H-H-I- Office Crabb Street 11 I t-M HI I'I l-H-I I'M I rl l m Good level section, one mile from railroad, school contract. Also section four miles from railroad, 117. good terms. Five lots in Block W ?SOO. Houses in all'parts of city on.monthly payment plan. Business TeTms. H Quite a feature of the new telephon service to be shortly inaugurated the city by the Provincial Govern ment is (the "automatic ringing. Hitherto it has been necessary eve with automatic apparatus for thj party calling to ring for the part wanted, but this is now a thing the past so far as our city is cerned. The telephone has cease from being the "luxury" it was j few years ago. It has now becom one of the most important factors business life in fact, so essentia cfj has -the telephone become to moder 2i life and so universal is it used tha it is hard to convince what presen -day existence would be without it! The strides which the science of tele- j phony has made in srecent years ha been great, 'but if all the tales tol .j. j by those whose profession it is ar to be credited, the progress whic has been made in the past is as noth ing compared to what will be achiev ed in the future. "The science of electricity as ap plied to telephony has engaged th time and attention of some of th foremost scientific men of the presec generation and in "automatic ring j ing" we have one of the outcomes o j their experiments one which ha been the object of prolonged research and Lethbridge is to1 be congratulat I T T GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Atti. 4H-H4 I il'IM I I ill I Mil 1 I'M! P. O. Box 1892 Phont 457 iilnnn-H........M......t have the exclusive sale and for immediate ac- ceptance 40 Acres adjoining a sub-division now selling at for 25 ft; lot. Terms, cash. Balancear- ranged. Every foot of it FINE, LEVEL LAND i will handle. purchaser. i j. i. EftKiN ce. i 307 CRABB STREET I 31 (Opp, Bank of T -f Telephone 383 T OPEN POR BUSINESS IN THE Whitaey Block lettiliriiige JiliErta -We will, buy improved or unimproved for cash mnd will sell to actual set- tlers who have the necessary outfit for farming on long time with a small payment. If you wish to add to your farm, write or come in and i Farm Security CD. I -I'-I-I-I-H-I-H-H" I'M acres steam plow land in 4-13 and 5-12, immediately aft join- T ing a township shortly to be opened for homestead entry- "We are Our automobiles are at your service. f IMPERIAL Phone 350 -M-t H'l'MI-H- DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Room 11 Southard Block 1 I M Northwest to introduce this new sys tern of The modus operandi is when th ni-mber wanted hais been completed on the -dial by the party calling, tha 3 telephoner bell in the premises of thf-7 111J11111 n 11 -i-i- H-I-I i -I-I-I-H III Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4, 2d floor, John- son Block. Next Balmoral Phon e 290 MOIL'S WORTH Ha1' dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I X have ,ined possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND andv oifer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Cow Island Realty and Insurance 1-M-I-t 1 I I I I I 1 i Acreage on proposed Street Car Route; Business Sites Ion Westminster Road; Houses for Sale and Rent. -Weyiiurn Realty Ltd. SucctMort to W. R. Dobbin Ground Floor Offict: CIR3T DOOB SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTfl. PHONE 10. ;