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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TM- LETHBRIDQE DAILY1 KCI.ALD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1909. FAOI THfttl THE HERALD'S REHL_ ESTATE MARKET PHONE 451 FOUR yeirs in the tame office. FOUR years in tht tame business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in rhie Newer FOR more I will still be here in the Estate business, regardless of all reports 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 I I handles Lots 12 and 13 T in Block 123, balance in three months News Of District Kinnondale High River (From the The local Young Men's Christian Association have completed their or- ganization and are ready to com- i Mr. Alvertson and Herrick have Kinuondaie, Nov. 22. The Bow Centre coal mine is running full blast and are hustling to supply the de- mand for the- settlement and sur- rounding country as far north as the main line of the C.P.R.. and west for mcnce work at once. Mr. Leavitt, T. T I STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK X the district secretary, is h ard at f -''v i'y the -H-I-I-H-H-I-H- threshed their crop for this- season. Their oats averaged SO bushels and spring wheat 28 bushels to the acre, and were cut on July 15. T. B. Hoidge is having bis well 'H-I-H-I-I-I-I-I-I-H-I- -H-H- FOR QUICK SALE: 3 Lots, Bruce Street, River- view, I i R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 {work and will no doubt have young' men lined up in the near fu- j ture. The building on Macleod trail {at the foot of Third street, and ro cently occupied by Miss Haas, has j iuff plenty of water SQOn> been secured and is at present being; i renovated and altered for the local committee room. organiza- tion is as follows Chairman, Dr. O. Stanley H. 1 Alberta Red he also contemplates seeding 20 acres of corn the coming season. A large force of men and. teams an; still working on the Irrigation ditch and expect to have water for irriga- tion by next season if poss ble. The ratepayers aro forming a school district and will probably have a new school building within a short time, at least we hope so. Eddie Paul, of this district, died j a few weeks ago with- typhoid fever j 4'" Jif. t-hjii in folo-arv I I 11 I ill I 11 I 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; A We Either Buy or Sell See Us today i Sheppard secretary-treasurer, W. A. put down and is contemplating hav- Mr. Hearst has been on the sick list for the past week, but is able to be out again. Tibbitts and Viles have their well machine going full blast, having put Dunlop chairman "athletic commit-! down 10 or 15 wells in the Past few tee, Chas. C. Short chairman reli- gious committee, D. Morrison chair- man literary committee, Mayor N. weeks. Cap. Cawkins made a special trip to Lethbridge this week for lumber. at the hospital in Calgary. Cold weather has set in, and it has been around zero the past few days, j and we also have about four inches! of snow. Mrs. Russell and family arrived on their homestead, Saturday week, from North Dakota. JSlairmore News 4. t T X each i _ Buys 5 Lots on Westminster Road near London Road. Terms X Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Tel.: 294 L. S. K1PLEY Office Block Young; chairman social committee, i seems to think it is about time Dr. Learmouth. 'we are having a railroad closer than Mr. "Bobby" Bairdj former man-j 10 miles. LOTS Five minutes walk from Mills, near track, each, down and per month. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH j. j ager of tie Union'Bank at High Riv- er, has been -promoted'in the service Mr. Alexander, of North Dakota, arrived this week and is hustling to iof the above bank. He is now assist- Kevins buildings up and his family I ant inspector of branches for" Alberta j located. 'with headquarters at Calgary. His Fred Bratton has returned to friends are pleased to note the pro- motion. 'H-M-M I-H-H' 7-Eoomed Cottage, new and well on i It. concrete ton: Nation, j cellar, furnace-and electric light, in Duff Addition, SlSOO. -J. j cash, assume loan of per mrnth. and balance easy. .Mr. do Noblens and sister of Alder- j syde, left Saturday for their old home in Paris, France. Mr. Noblens Kvill the spring to resume j farming operations on his large farm [at Aldersvde. Illinois Alberta Realty Co, T 2nii floor Johnson Block, next Balmoral Hote! Pte 29E i X i j. i j. i t his homestead, after having been .out threshing the past two months. Charles Gpx left last week for a visit with Cowley friends. The social and dance given'by Mrs. Armstrong on the 19th was quite .a' success, there being about fifty, couple in attendance. F. 0. Cox is very busy getting his j buildings enclosed for the winter and j contemplates, having 200 acres broken next year. He believes in raising No. lheir houses at the shaft, and (From' the The rooting of the Mammoth Ware- house in connection with the Rocky Mounta-in Cement Co.'s Manufactur- ing plant is almost completed. The work is carried on by Prayer a11 thc improvements that are J clair contractors. i being made at present around Frank j (the citizens look forward to busy j It is reported that a new hotel will i 4. v times from now on. JT be built next spring on the site where! 1T the old Sanitarium Hotel now stands. Timothy who was ab- j t It is to be a building and! sent for some time.guiding an Aus- j 3. Lots for Sale at will be up-to-date throughout. Count in search of bears, _, -_ TX j turned to town and reports consider- The Mammoth Plant the Rocky t 1 i.-n -f tii-fc Good Residential i v Mountain Cement Co. is about com- able snow in the mountains. pleted. When all the machinery is in- During the week a new Colliery stalled thc manufacture of cement j Company has been organized known will begin on a large scale. About 75 ias the North Kootenay Pass Collier- men will be employed in and. around ies- Limited" This company will take this plant. The Canadian Consolidated C. C. f over and operate the coal measures adjoining the Carbon Hill Company Co. are building a large addition to j ion the South Fork. The new com- V, Reasonable Prices MONEY TO LOAN I i T T SiiigJe J. T I I I Lot on Bruce Street. Excellent buy at Lot and Half on Pine Street for MONEY TO LOAN Freeman, Macleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O.Box 679 H-M MM i T t f 1 1< i t A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for f 4. T sale on Crop Payment Plan X THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 f -I- Lots 34, 35, Blk 33, for Lots U, 15, Blk 93, for SB50 acre Blk T. for Ail on terms. MONEY TO LOAN The H. Macbeth Agency T AN EXTRAORDINARY SNAP 11 LOTS ON IDDINGTON AVENUE FOR f THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Fully Modern 7-Roomed House, standing on 2 Lots, beauti- ful situation, cerner position, 4. Phone 261. -H-H Office Crabb Street I-M-H-H-H-I-H I -I-H I Michel, Nov. day pass- I ed oG quietly here. There con- sidcrable hustling to get all the vot- ers in. The bar was closed during the I voting, but in the evening there was quite a celebration-, till midnight or j i after. The genial manager of the i T j Michel Hotel arranged, for the elec- i J. ition returns, which he read to the 1 i crowd assembled in'the-bar-room. In: Ji, appreciation the Conservative vic- i tory many Liberals and even Social- ists smoked Conservative cigars and j drank Conservative beer. Everything j was free f-or over three hours after j9-p.m. It was not long till there was "a jolly time." But considering; the circumstances everything passed joff quite orderly. Constable Bulger once helped to pacify a few of the I more boisterous chaps. j The scrutineers on behalf of the Local 'Option party object- ed to the manner in which the ballots were given out here. Voters were given ballots for the election of-candidates, and after they had. voted they were then asked by the returning officer, "Do you want to vote for Local Option If the voter said then he was given a ballot. At one time during last night's i celebration the manager of the' Michel Hotel offered to sell out to a co-operative association of the miners. But tbo offer has not yet been taken up. Provincial Constable Bulger return- ed from Corbin yesterday, bringing with him Henry Dally, who is ac- cused of the theft of 5180.00 from James A. Blanquist, also of Corbin. The commercial traveller, William G-aetz, of 71 Shcrbrooke St., Winni- peg, who fell off thc westbound train at a curve near Michel station here yesterday, is now doing nicely. He is at the Michel Hotel and is able to walk around. The accident was no doubt partly caused by the crowd of voters who were hurrying to get oil. He fells himself lucky that he did not fall under the wheels, for he hung on to the railing for a short time after he fell off. MR. BUSINESS MAN. .Do yoii wish to dispose of your business r Or do you require more help to carry it on? In either case.we. can help you. By our big branch system 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 see us and we will show you why. Thc Canadian Real Estate Co. Rhone zll pany's ,'holding embrace the larger part of the Carbon Hill, and develop- ment work is to be started at .once. Mr. Henry' J. Matheson, of this place, is one of the principal men in this company and we wish him suc- cess in his new enterprise. T T AUSTRALIAN UNIT OF NAVY APPROVED FIRE INSURANCE JU i Melbourne, Nov. in the commonwealth aouse of representa- tives the minister of ed that this house approves the naval i proposals and that imm .-dints steps j be taken to provide Australian junit. The resolution carried by "09. !the minority being composed of ii- 1 reconcilable laborites. Flshe." and I other labor leaders 'voted''with the i majority. The Illinois- -Alberta Realty Co. T I-week. New Dayton, Nov. and Mrs. Sheaff. of Springfield, Ohio, are j visiting our busy lit-tle town this H-l......I" I......Hl'H 1 II 11! I! M Good level section, one mile from railroad, f 18, school contract. Algo section four milei from railroad, S17. good terms. Five lots in Block W Houses in all parts of city on monthly payment plan. Business lots in North Ward. Terms._________________ GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. P. 0. Box t892 OK--. JIC7 I Ott Block. Lethbridge. Alta. I T X I T T Preparations are being made for a Christmas entertaiament. A good programme is expected. j Mrs. and Mrs. Chas. Davis spent j Friday and Saturday in Lethbridge. j i The new hotel is nearing comple- tion, and will be occupied by Dec. 1. j The revival services that have been j in progress for the last two weeks, closed Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mss. Scott gave a party have the exclusive sale and for immediate ac- ceptance 40 Acres adjoining a sub-division now selling at for 25 ft lot. Terms, cash. Balance ar- ranged. Every foot of it FINE, LEVEL LAND HANDSOME RESIDENCE (Fully Modern) .S rooms including bath- room. Bnilt oil 1 1-2. lots. On GUINESS STREET, RIVERVIEW. Facing the river the finest bit of scenery around 21 the city. f J. will handle. Balance to suit purcnaser. TheC. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 2W. THE farm Security Co. OPEN -FOR BUSINESS IN THE f Whitney Block f Lethbridge iiberta We will buy improved or unimproved Jand for dash and will sell to actual set- tiers who have the necessary outfit for farming on long time with a small cash payment. 1I.EUH CO, 307 OR A BE STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone HS3 T A If you wish to add to your farm, write or come in and f farm Security Co. at their home north of town Satur- day evening. About ten couples were present and all report a very pleas- ant evening. Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald went to j e on Tuesday evening to i jj: Rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4, 2d floor, John- SOIl Next Balmoral Phone 290 -I I 'I I I Peat, from Pctroleai Ont. 3.000 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 -M-v-H''! 'I -H-S-I-1 I I-H-H-I I I T I-H-H-H-I-M-I I 'I MONEY'S WORTH dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I have lined possession of the unsold portion of the TOWN8ITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL i T X J T I Rntu -i Acreage on proposed Street Car Route; Business Sites on Westminster Road Houses tor Sale and Rent. Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Ltd. Successors to W. R. Dobbin Ground Flour Office: CIRSF DOOM SOUTH OF BALMO9AJ. HOTEi PHONE WU. ;