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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LEIHBRIDGE DAILf HtRALL, OCTOBER I, IWM. THftCft THE HERHI_D'S It IT TV ESTATE MHRKJB T Jlouses to Rent Houses to Sell City Lots at Reasonable Figures TO LOAN ON INSIDE CITY PROPERTY, 7 PER GENT W. Hi SOUTHARD BLOCK .M-l-l-I-l-l-M'H-l-l-H-l-M 1 I II 1 11 SNAP 3 48x137 foot lots on Barnes Street North Ward Terms SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Dufferin Streets T H 1 1 M-1-H-H-l-HH NORTH WARD NAMES TWO MEN (Continued1 from that he didn't knaw whether they were too highly paid or not but would enquire into the matter. Hej also expressed himself in favor of the operation of the proposed street rail- way by the corporation and the gas enterprise as well. j Mr. Frayne Speaks j Mr. Frayne in'opening his remarks J stated that he had an advantage, j over last Speakcr in that hej i T T 2 Residence Lots on Bompas St., close to water T and sewer. Terms. ALBERT E. STAFFORD BLOCK PKONE 297 v i i M -i-1 i 11: 'i 'i -I-H f A Seven roomed Cottage on two J f lots close to corner of'Bartlett st. anci Argyle ave. J "Turrns taliBce IB siiit purcNser, Immeiliite jmssessidii, GIBBONS ;pTT BLOCK :PHONE 222 knew on what points his views were He first; of all wanted the 'people to consider just what tin were doing. If they wanted rep j resentatives on the council it was up j j up to everyone to get out and work j for it and to make sure of one at least. He believed that if -the North j j.Ward people had been awake j last year and ..done their >duty hej would easily have "been eleceed then.! He thatiiiis platform now was the same as; it was''last year. In reference to -the kir waS6 clause. in the city's contracts he thought Street, can be bought for if taken before November cash, balance easy. Apply Opposite West- Inot an outsider may come in and dnjmmster School, North Ward. j-the Lethbridge. workmen, out ..of a jsb j___________________________________ _____ BY THE LORD MAYORS SON Five Acres T Close to City i Ten-roomed Modern Residence of Thos. Kennedy, Brunton I MM 1 i I I M IT I I 1 I t iiM-M i I I II nun n i A good Half Section one mile from shipping point and 'j- near Lethbridge. All under cultivation. Also Half Section one mile from shipping point near Lethbridge. Unimproved. Low -good terms V The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH I -i-H i i-i-i-H-i-H-H- :-I-H- T A to stay. Prices are steadily VjOOfl 1liiieS" advancing. Why not share in the" actual profits yourself ri YoXiwill never have a op- T pqrtunity, Inyest in good city property or farm lands Freeman, Macleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 679 the fair wage clause .'that, any con- take had been made by the school tract let by the city should provide board in tearing down a ten thou- for ..the work being done -by local la- borers with the exception perhaps of sand dollar building that would have done for some years when a small the foreman. expenditure would have made it per- He thought it only proper that satisfactory. He said that it monthly reports should.be presented! matter much whether he .was to'-the council by the city officials so elected or not. If they wanted him to represent them he would be glad of the election and would do his'best to consult their wishes. He felt that it was the duty of ev- ery one to support the candidates they had nominated and not leave the North Ward'as it is, a separate and secluded portion of the city. __ OUR LETTER BOX. THE SALVATION ARMY that the people can see where their! money is being spent. As to salaries, he remarked that he tfiought the' city was paying too much in some instances and he would be willing to try and have 'these re- .duced. v The North Ward, he "remarked, has _ need of men to represent it that can; represent it and if they, had had such; I a man before they would have got aj whole lot more than they 'did in the, -way of streets, crossing, and light- j ing, which were certainly badly need-! ed at present. He too believed that.! To the Editor of Lethbridge Herald, tic city'should own and operate the] Dear am writing .a brief ac- street railway if they intend .to havej C0unt of the .progress of lie local one. He, thought that at the rate; Of the Salvation Army under Lethbridge is growing the city ought the leadership of Capt. Adams this in a couple'of years to be able to; iast ;two years'. The first item is the make -a-street railway pro-; increase '-of members of this Corps. farm Security CD, 'OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block Dad's time as mayor of this burg j is getting short. As yet the great j general public arc not getting awfully j excited over a successor and the talk! en the street is mighty light. When j people do get together and talk the I matter over a little, there is waly one I name mentioned at all seriously as j yet. Some say that they, know of men who have their eyes on Dad's chair but the other fellows say that Uncle Shorty Adams will have some other part of his anatomy where these guys have their eyes after the elec- j tion is over. Uncle Charlie says he will not run and he is even thinking of cutting- out the aldermmanic busi- ness.. Uncle Bill Hution has been spoken of but I have a hunch that he will be content with a seat at the side Of the table instead of at the head of it. Of 'ths men outside of the council, ex-Uncle E; A.-has been mentioned as a possible candidate, while Doc. -Stewart's aame also has been whispered "around: There mar be others of "whom T don't know. per acre Terms I MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE position. Fine Residence Property on Coutts St. i 2 Lots, facing East, Terms. T Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block J -----PHONE 290 f I I I j There were forty m-jirsbers first when Alderman-King had some questions the captain came, to Lethbridge, and to put to-this speaker as well which; at the present, time; there are eighty were answered in much the same' members .on the soldiers' roll book. manner as the previous speaker. i The -second item, the -band. There Mr. .Frayne was asked to- take the chair to allow Mr, Nimmons to ad- dress the meeting. Robert Nimmons- Mr. Nimmons thought that a mat- ter of very great importance to the North Ward had been entirely neg- lected, that of a railway crossing of 4 Cottages in North' Ward, all rented, handles 4 C Cottages in .North Ward, all handles 1 1 r Cottage, London Road, rented, down, balance to suit. T THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f Phgne 396 Bryan Block, Lethb'ridge P. 0. Box 254 I I 1 some sort other than the level crossing .at Westminster Road at present. This should he brought up and seriously "considered by the coun- cil. The schools of Lethbridge he held were the finest- in the West. He spok'e of the present con- gested conditions in the schools were only eiglit'members then; at time thsre are twenty-four i bandsmen. The band is a credit to j the, city. None of the members of the band receive a ccint for their work but their time and music free to bless the people of Lethbridge. Ovei has been spent for new iristru- j ments the last two years. The third i t RESIDENCE LOTS: 2 Lots facing east in Block J 93, each; terms. 4 2 Lots facing east in Block 94, each; T terms. The H. Macbeth Agency i modation for the thought, however, that a big He Are now open for 'business. Their territory, auy place in Southern Alberta. They are prepared to bay improved or nnini- land for spot cash. The} will sell to actn- al settlers haviiig the ne- J cessary equipment o r f arming, on a ten year pay- meut plan, one-tenth down Have you the neces- sary horses and machinery to "operate a farm but only able to wake a .small payment, or do you wish to enlarge your farm by T Hnvincr adjoining land T We can help yon. T We can also make yon v a farm loan. Call or write The Farm Security Co. This'.business of being mayor -if a. city that is on :the Letb- bridge, is no snap and the man v- ho takes -the -job; will find that .it a darned tough proposition, DaJ done very little else but 16 the city business while he l.-as. been mayor -and. then people kick. If any- guy imagines ..that. being mayor all lionor with a capital H he an hallucination'' 'that requires .medical, treatment. Being the niain municip- al guy of this burg means that a man has practically to-'.cut icosa Irom his own business. He will have ,to use .his whole mind and soal for -the city body for the use ikickers. must have money enough j to. afford to work without pay. His hide must like unto that of a rhinoc- eros. His tact must be of the pmooth- j est kind, while 'his backbone 'has got j to be as stiff as, a telephone pole. He has got to have a will of his own and not be anybody's pet monkey. like that are scarce. The C. B, AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. J.I.EAKIN Real Estate and In- vestment Brokers MONEY TO LEND at ..lowest current fates FIRE, LIFE and ACCI- IJ5SUEA15CE Capt. Adams, also Lieut. .Stride, in going out into the streets; as Jesus Christ commanded all true soldiers to seek and save the lost. H. DAWSON. SHIP BUILDER SAILS Montreal, Oct. Mr. Alex Gracie, item is a most important branch of director of the British ship building the Army Sunday School. It had only three children on the books; at the present time there are sixty children attending the Sunday School. The fourth item is not the least, the help and assistance given i ties regarding the building of Cana- to all kinds of people the Captain Iras da's navy. given-both temporally and Dear Editor I am proud to be a hum- firm" of Fairfield Company, sailed for home today on the Empress, of Britain, as did also the Marquis of Graham, after having' conferred with the government ms soldier under, .our beloved leader It will pay you to trade with Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-23 I The Golden West Realty Co. t I I t 2 Modern 7 Room Houses for sale at a Bargain. 8700 cash. Balance easy. Business Lots in Bow Island. S3CO each. Third cash. Bal- ance 6 and 12 months. 4'Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. 5 Roomed Cottage, G-ood terms. Phone 261 D.KING Real Estate Box 642 F. G. WADDINGTON Auctioneer OLD TIME TORONTO MERCHANT DEAD Toronto, Oni., Oct. T. Thompson, formerly of the dry goods establishment known as the Mammoth House-, King. Street, and' one 'of Toronto's'oldest business men' died this morning at the age of 78 years. Mr. Thompson leaves en- wid- ow who was formerly a Hiss Corbett arid four sons, one of whom is George T. Thompson, barrister, re- siding at Cranbroolt, -B. de- ceased was a reformer ia politics and contested West Toronto in that in- terest against the late John Small, in 1883." He was defeated. I. It will pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. with us, You are Coming to Vancouver -The City of Opportunity i i in i Vancouver stands out pre-eminently to-day over any city in North America as the place to make investments..- Its future is assured, and it is only a matter of a few years before "V an- 3ouver will be the largest city in Much money has. been made in real estate here during the past year, but the coming two years offer greater opportunities. Now is the time to invest We want you to come to see us when you come to Vancouver. We shall be pleased to show you our city, and give you any advice or information you' may require. In our office you will find a public stenographer, public writing tjfble, a notary public, and any courtesy we can extend to yoxi will be a pleasure to us Have your mail forwarded in our care, we will look after it for you We .have a large and exclusive list of city properties, and specialise in British Columbia farming lands Our Business O'pportunity Department is progressive and raliable. and we protect our clients Our advertisements contain no exaggerations TR1TES LESLIE, 659, GranvilJe Street Vancouver, B.C. The outcxoppings of can didates is not very strong rind hardly indicates the real si-am that may. be struck latex on. Th? STortb Ward ratepayers have aspiration? of electing two .men or rather two can- didates from the North Ward havp aspirations for election. They will likely and ought to elect one mun, unless they both get knifed by sore- heads who didn't get aorninnted. Arthur Frayne was a caniiclc'te last year and would have been elected if he had not been knifed by whose aldermaTiic ambitions. were not- encouraged by the North Ward elect- ors at their preliminary meeting. If the North Ward people would unite behind him they would elect him, for the people of the south side are fair enough to elect a North Ward man if the people over there will agree on man. As for the other guy nom- inated at the he'll never have his name on the nomination pa- per or I miss my guess. If his sup- porters are not wise enough to pull him out he ought to know enough I himself to crawl off and not monkey I with the machinery. has been a great old roar throughout the city this week. The I sound thereof has to the heav- ens as the of an earthquake. The tax notices caused it all. Some roared because of the size of the tax- i But the mmosti raised their j roar because they could not under- 1 stand what the darn thing meant. j The amount of the assessment and i the amount of the taxes for the dif- j ferent purposes were all given, but I there was no description of the- pro- i perty to let a know what'the I deuce he was being taxed for. Some- body made a bull'. Either the asses- I sor did not make out the right kind of a notice or else the printer balled It made a ds-iu bad muss of it anyway and now the assessor is as busy as the mischief straight- j erring it out. 'He'was so rushecl forj [time that h? could not get new -no-j i tices printed if had noticed j j the mistake and now he is taking the j i time after the time the notic's j to be out to finish them. I'll bet i there'll be no mistakes like that next j I year. District Railway Passengers As- surance Co. of London, England. Accident, Disease, Em- ployers' Liability 'and Fi- delity Guarantee 307 OR ABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone-883 .I.I..I..I..I..H-W-I-M-I-M i I-I-M-M- X T T Snaps IN THE North Ward 4. SO feet Front by 140 feet Deep on- Torrance Ave. S 450. One half acre near school for Insurance Suburban Acreage V The George M. Hatch f Land Co. FARM LANDS AND CltV PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block Agents f or: The-Alexandra Land Co., Ltd. The Arcadia Land Co., Ltd. The Okanagan Valley Land Co.. Ltd. References The Union Bank of Canada R. G-. Dun Co. CAPTAIN !S SGNORANT Ouawa, Ont. Oct, story in an evening paper to effect that Captain Newton, A. D. C... to Earl Grey has been appointed to manage a clock yard and ship building plant at Halifax, "where Canada's first war- Money Makers Lots in Block T at and Terms. Lots in Block K from L L j. TELEPHONE 294 Office, ifaOffl 8 Macdonald Block ship is to be built by Hartland and Wolff, of Belfast, is .be" untrue Captain Newton says knows nothing of such JUST ON THE MARKET: Ten Good Residential Lots, Block K, William St., each. Terms. A shipment of Automobile Tires has just come to hand, Lethbridge-Weybi Ltd. Successors to W.R. DOBBIN Co Telephone 122 i ;