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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THlLETHBRIDGt DAStY HEftALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1999. Houses to Rent Houses to Sell TO LOAN ON -INSIDE CITY PROPERTY, 7 PE-R GENT SOUTHARD BLOCK The Herald's Real Estate Market Good Times are here to stay. Prices are steacTiry advancing. Why not share in the actual profits yourself You will never Imvea better op- portunity, Invest in good city property or farm lands Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. 0. Box 679 THE AREA FOR CHINESE LAUNDRIES Fixed By City Council; Dispute Claims For Damages Engineer Against Dead Ends Close in, swell residence property, Bompas street, j fully modern 8-roomed house, will handle, 4 or Cash and balance very easy. f Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block PHONE 290 ...G. W. Kobinson, secretary-treasurer of the city, was in his place at the council meeting lust night, and had a big job to start oS with, having ail the minutes of regular, special anti adjourned' meetings since he went away on- his holiday, to read. It was a. lengthy task and was perfectly sat- jisfactory to the aldermen, all 'of J I whom, with Mayor Henderson, were Building Report. -building inspector meech reported JSep lumber maiding per- 1111 is iiad amounted to ana ior me year to dale they were DUFF ADDITION Increasing Rabidly in Value We have Several Good Buys in this Addition which we will be pleased to show you SKE1TH TILLEY Corner and Dufferhi Sin-els Acres Close to City Limit. per acre 4 Cottages in North Ward, all rented. handles 4 Cottages in -North Ward, all rented. handles 1 Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXuiANGE, Phone 396 Bryan Block. Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 (I present. The council did not have a great deal of importance to handle but it look a long while to deal with it and it took till nearly midnight to get through. The members of the coun- cil, contrary to the custom of many months, spent a lot of time talking on a lit lie bit of everything, and al- lowed a number of spectators to join even after they had had their giv- en opportunity to talk. A. S. Bowman, of the Bellevue farms, asked permission to use the market place to have his big sale of farm stock and implements. The mat- ter was referred to the markets' com- wore tiUiou out for incomouat- loie buildings, while the balance was lor irame structures. He reported mat sevx-ral Uiiucuiues with uuilders naa agreeably settled. inspector Vailance report- t-u mat 115 loads oi refuse had oeen laJicn. away and many oUier tilings aiieudcd to. He had according to the resolution oi the council, prepared a araii oi the health uy-iaw, which was leady ior publication to be distriout- eu among the citizens for Ihek in- siruction. William Taylor got penoissiea to! transfer his dray license to George iN. I ro LOUR f ALBERT E. IVES, !J. I! f t If Terms MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE On Improved Farms at 7 and 8 per cent. STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK v Transfer Property. Ihe A. K. L Co. wrote enclosing. a trausier 01 .il acres of laud LO RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 Lots facing east in Block 93, each; terms. 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each terms. The H. Macbeth Agency fi mit tee to arrange. Mr. Bowman will liac iioaa exten- I have the use of the place, but the ior thfc to 'terms and conditions win be settled i stnPs of land to be giv- by the committee. A Few 46ft. Lots in the Wallwork Addition at bargain price on easy terms. R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONED 222 TheC. a. JOWMAN. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200.' MILKED AT WHO PAYS BILL? Owner of Bovines Demands That Steamship Company Reimburse Seattle. Wash... Oct. puzzling milk-problem has bAen presented to owners here. The cows gave milk-while they -were aboard the they were milked punctually onoh clay and the milk was used by the en-w. These facts were admitted but now the question is, who is to pay the- owners of the cows? Municipalities Convention. The secretary of the Municipalities Association of Alberta reminded the council that their annual fees to the association were due, and they need- ed the money. The fee is for the first thousand and an-additional For each thousand. Aid. Bowman sug- on to them in return by the city. The mayor and secretary-treasurer were instructed to execute the transfers. I Tax .Notices Out. L. (Jurrie, cfty assessor, report- lirt -i- J_ tax notices had v commiUee- Stewart reported to n sug- estcd- that, they send and thus COUucil that the receipts for the dvertis past had e advertise the population of the city. ipast had beea But the rest of the council passed up Smil11. Kerry Chace, e the joke and thought that the figures I saltinS engineers on the power plant of the. last census were good enough i for a remittance of a part of A good Half Section' oue mile froursliippmtt point and near Lethbridge. All under cultivation. T one: lrom shipping point near Leth bridge. U mm proved. Low prices and good The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH the under the circumstances, and turned the matter over to the finance com- niittee to act. IN THE Milk River Vallev Now is the Time to Buy Lane! Here For Investment or Development Selling Prices are just beginning to climb. There's a reason people are learning that low-priced Southern Alberta land will produce more crops, of a higher grade, than farms in the best sections of the Middle West and the Pacific Slope costing ten times our present prices. Get in befpre the climbing gets too strenuous and prices are higher than you can reach. A SNAP FOR SOMEONE The best Ranching and Farming propositicn in Southern" Alberta. acres only two miles from town, two-thirds choice farming land, balance best of grazing land, with over two miles of the Milk River flowing through. Special price and easy terms arranged for time only Have a few choice quarters and half sections within five miles of town that I can make very special price 3 and terms on for a short time Anyone desirous of a good safe investment do well to call immediately, as these prices can only be held at this leveUor a very limited time. For more definite information write HARRY J. QUINN ices due them. The .council not exactly see the reason for i MILK RIVER ALBERTA did the amount asked for so the request was reierred to the finance committee. Bruce Street Water-main. City Engineer Arnold reported witlri [regard to the Bruce St. water-main i asked fur, that the cost would bel- abour and that it would an additional to connect it UD with Brunton St. main, so as to' avoid having a dead-end. He was averse to having dead-ends, as they i are not desirable from a sanitary i standpoint as the water gets stale i Incidentally he remarked upon of connecting up some dead-' 'ends in the North Ward, and advised i the council to take the necessary! steps to have this done. The recom- mendation was referred to the water- works committee for report. Dispute the Claim. City Solicitor Conybeare advised the council to dispute the claim of Mr- O'dell for damages, from in- formation he had the pfcuatiff no right to claim damages, as the rue was not to blame for the acddent A. BARGAIN Modern 7 Roomed House on Courts St Cellar full size of house, bath, hot wat- er, furnace, etc. Not ten minutes' walk from business centre. To be sold at a. bargain. For price and terms apply to T. E. PATTESON OLIVER BLOCK TELEPHONE 287 UEAKIN MONEY TO LEND lowest ciirreiit rates FIRE, LIFE and ACCI- DENT INSURANCE Ten-roomed Modern Residence of Thos. Kennedy, Brunton ___, __ Street> can be bought for if taken before Novemb the solicitor on the Bc-nneU datafor 1st; cash, balance easy. a Uftftn nnT-on 4.1.. J a dead horse, but the secretary did it. Chinese Laundries. The special committee recommended tnat the Chinese laundries be re- {stricted to an area bounded by Court- 'land St., Smith St., Baroness Road and the city limife on the west omitting Bompas St. They had ex' i tended thtf territory previously re-j commended, so as to include the.! steam laundry, as the solicitor ad-i vised that they did not have the I power to discriminate against any' kind of laundry, although they had' the power to extend laundries in gen-i eral. Aid. -Adams put in an objection! to such a large area, as there were a! 10 u of white people living LI it If id were necessary to include the "steam i" laundry, make them all stay down at I that end. Aid. King wanted be j sure that the by-law hold if1 they did pass it as so many of their i by-laws had been- broken. minster School, North Ward. >eri I Apply Opposite West- District Agents- Railway Passengers As- surance Co. of London, .England, Accident. Disease, :Em- ployers" Liability and Fi- delity Guarantee Good Business Lots in Bow Island cash, balance 6 and 12 months. These lots are on street and 'will net 100 p.c. profit in 6 months. TRACKAGE LOTS EACH o roomed Cottage, stabling for K) horses. 4 lots, all Fcm-.-d A snap S-500 bnlaiuri- h> snit Auction Sale at the Willisiuis D. KING r. G. WADDINGTON Crabb Street _ Phone 291 Offices: 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 WILL HAVE NO ICE PALACE THIS TIME Muntreiil.. Oct. all to contrary it has been decided !cfinitely to hold another carnival in Montreal next winter. The pal- however, will probably be im- EXAMINING PEARY'S RECORDS NO EXTENS.'ON JN THE TELEGRAPH GIRL CARRIED OVER HILLS ON STRETCHER Young Men Tramp Twenty-one Miles Over Rough Country P'-rtknd, Ore, Oct. 4.-After being i earned two nights and a day over 21 miles of mountainous country Miss Gladys Saimders, 16 years of age is in a local hospital about t., under' go an operation for appendicitis. The Firl taken ill recently ,and fear- mg the attack would be fatal, her father, by friends improvised a stretcher and carried nor over the rough country. When the parry arrived they were all ex- hausted. The physician at the P'Ml declared that their action will! pmbably save the girl's life. Afci first it was planned to take her to i the nearest.railroad station by but it was seen that the jolting of the vehicle wonld kill the girl. When neighbors learned of the predicament seven lSturdy young men yolunteered to carry her. OCT. officers of j _____ th.- Arctic Club meet- Construction of the Lesser Slave Line in? tudnv to upon the proof f.f r> i completion until This has been definitely j by Hon. Frank Oliver, jrriva! in the city k> Mr. f board of trade who <-rick A. Cook did not the Tlif will made public in few days. See once abont A New Seven-roomed House renting for a month for only on the best of terms L 5. urn TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 Macdonald Block sincf hi win-d him several weeks ;iffo. Mr. Oliver received word from otVfiwii. tin- appropriation for the fxi'-nsion of the line has hausTe-d. and that there will no menus of carrying forward the work acrain until ;ifu-r next session of tlv House of Commons. Tho north from Athabas- ca Landing is completed to within '20 miles of thf east end of Lesser: Shivc Lakf or within 200 miles of the j M't.tlmicnt at tho west end ..f the; bike, which will be the terminus for the present, of the extension. An j jidditional appropriati'.n of. at least i will be required to complete j the extension. i HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSES FOR RENT CHOICE LOTS IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT -Tnst put on the Market FIRE INSURANCE LOANS Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block ;