Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, Oclolx-r THE I.KTIIBRIDGE DAILY to Business ;WKat Yeast is to Bread. Flour, Fire and Oven Wait For The Yeast. to Pull Out a Good Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five I'aiMuS'iiorlh, on Seventh Avenue SoiiUi, ou and water; near FiftccntH Street South; time only S39750 Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone litt'-J WEDNESDAY AFlEFxNOON WILL BEJALF HOLIDAY City Council so Declares--City Finances Improv- ing-Collection of Licenses--Parks Depart- ment Created-Survey of North A Splendid Comer Two lots opposite new school. Price the pair. One-Third cash, balance three and six months. f, .ri North Lethbnclge Realty Co. PHONE 636 fur bargains in unimproved, SEE binds, improved and GEQ. ANGUS Komii 116, Sherlock Building .DEALER AND PRACTICAL FARMER Fire Insurance Money to Loan Buy a Cheap Home i several modem houses for sale. Snli lanco monthly, or to suit purchaser. The C. B. Bowman Agency We have several modem houses for salt-. Small cash meiit, nml balance monthly, or to suit purchaser. BLOCK. PHONE 1328, that I could get along without North cast OliMliiarler Section Township 11, Kanso 21; si cam Plow; near Sufliplrt-KIpp new line. Ml Section 11. Township 5. Range J5-ISD acres strain plow. Kan halt Section :tl. Township 10, Hanse ;l11 'Vllil acres broke V.'ill sell easy terms or trade all three, pieces for an ini proved [arm. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Lcihbridgo will have a half holiday Wednesday afternoon ivhun everyone will visit ihe Dry-l'a'rniiug Congress exhibition. That was set- led yesterday when the council de- l-hied lo adopt K suggestion In that ;IToc' made by the Hoard of Control )f the- Congress. Finances Improving The city finances are taking on a nnro healthy appearance, and there is every hone that the city will wea- ther the pale' as well as any of the weslcM-n cities. Chairman llowmau of the finance committee yesterday re- ported Ihat 505.000 of the de- bentures recently sold will he deposit, ed within a couple of days, while the remainder of the issue will he placed to the credit of the city shortly. Tho Bank of -Montreal is also willing to make an advance of on Iwo of tho money bylaws, provided tho city will apply what money been collected on taxes to date to tho loans already standing against the city's credit at the bank. When these transactions are completed the cily will have a credit of abcut 000 to carry it along until the remain- der c- the bo'nds are sold, 'with the result that they will be able to de mand ;i better price for the remain- der of ihe issue. Aid. Bowman also reported that from present appear ances the bond market is growing stronger, and generally are picking up. The Bank of Montreal is Bi-antl now, seven rooms, fully modern, full concrete basement; 'situated on 7th A best location in the city. This is ;i bargain at the price. Cash only balanoo arranged, oi1 tako well located lots. The Cascaden Land Co. Office 10, Macdonald Block The undersigned desires !u announce iluil; he is now located in Room D. Bah no nil ISloek he i.s prepared io do n ireneniL RhAL ESTATE mid business. Your Listings Desired Phone 1-125 Kooni linluim-iii Bl'tcK "Irrio-nlile land, fully Io I lie famous hio-li-iH'ieed Coaldale In nils, Iv 1-2 wesi of -'111 M. Sin'cily cimiee. I'lal land, one mile I'roiu ihe Sonrliern Land Co..'s dileh: seven railroad and I lie new town ol .Ronabiiie. on ihe .River. 1'riec i Yon can't tjcat it lier acre, Easy lei nix for H. A. BEARD, Owner TABER, ALBERTA The .solid brick, modern six room eot- tn.u'e. No. UM'li Si. S., is fat' sale and no reasonable offer will be refused. The lot lias 50 feet frontage and faces east. Eor parliculars etc., write tu the owner, lots on Scvenili Ave. S., hot ween I'.Mh and 201 h Si reels. Price tier pair Terms cash, balance 0 and '2 monibs, or cash per pair 4 roomed liouso, phisicrrd. in 1214 rce icniis -S-0 c.-icli nnd DlOlli ciici, C'lish mi per T.-H. Johnson Block Phono 1327 Lcthliridgc begin irral Nortii l. awaiting [he ri haildi In ihe mmii iho polls p.m. unless byla ing thai sccl of pr whicli nays that polls shall he open from eight a.m. till five p.m. f.ast year the polls were open from eight a.m. till seven p.m. In several instances on money bylaws also took place during the same hours. The validity "f bylaws passed nil- lier surh conditions lias been chal- lenged hy Atiorncy Bruce, K.C., of Toronto, a recognized authority on Ihe validity of money bylaws. He ntalcil however dial as the 'bylaws wore passed some lime ago and 1-' yei been i-balteiRCd he would Uiercforc nans favorably upon them. He suggested 'hat in future it would better lo adhere lo the hours of i.oMns as sci forth in the city char- ter. chief wrot" the police com- nilitce statins i" ojtinion ihe collection of licenses and pound fees WIIH not ;v matter fur the police de- part muni; also the matter of issuing relinf to the needy. The first matter lias been under consideration by the council find il is supposed to he in charge of the .secTCtary-lroasiirer's fie- itarLniunf. Me askc'l ibat the made offensive without delay. Ilc- KordinK the issuiiiB' of relief he re- commended that this he placed !n charno of Frobatinn O file or Lamb, who in in toncli all such rasps. Hotter accommodation in the police station wits also nshcri for hy the now chief, but this matter was ove.r for coiiHidoraiion ai. tbr mooting of iho city council. Conlfactor TearHon, who ('onsiruct- od the Board of Trade- building mil in a ulaiiii for which ho said was due. to the temporary cancella- tion of his contract In .Inly. The de- lay had inconvenienced him to this :tmount in ihe loss occasioned in PLAY FAN TAN IN COURT But Magistrate Only Wanted to See How Celestials Make Wins and Losses Toronto. Oct. her, .a quar-j tor just, to see the game said Magistrate Pcnison. i "Count me in, said J. W. Cnr- ry, K-C. "I'll take iwo bits' snid the reporter. "Very well, get iho game Impatiently exclaimed Inspector Ar- chibald, as he ulsn threw a fjuarter on the magistrate's desk. This was the dialogue which pre- ceded a gnmc of fan tan, ihe Chinese national pnstime, at the trial of Leo Din for keeping a gaming house, in the police court, yesterday. Lawyers, newspapermen and court, officers grouped themselves about tile desk and followed with close Interest every move of the dealer. The Celestial who was demonstrat- ing placed a iwndful of ordinary white bone buttons in a brass recep- tacle, turned the box npaido down, and after ;i few mysterious passes uncovered the fateful pieces of 'bone. These were then counted out in groups of four, leaving one button ever. Mr. Curry had picked, n-umber one. so got. thr; ?1 pot, out of which seven would have been paid the proprietor if the game had piny, ccl at liifi York street. Evidence taken showed that Lee Din kept no tower than, seven tables for this fascinating pastime. The court fined him and'costs. Some Special Buys in Houses Cash buys 7 roomed. h'Uy modern ofl fi lot and half between 6th anil Tin Avo. S., on Sth street. Price with good terms, cash buys a tiew fully mod- ern cottage on IOth Street S. I'ricc with good terms. "See us for Snaps In Inside Pri- perty" HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg.'7ih St.