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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TH5. LETHBRIDGE TUESDAY, OCTOBER II, 1901. THE HERRL-D'S PAGE THfttl FHTE MARKBT PHONE 451 FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in this Newer Lethbridge. TOR more years will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. PHONE 451 W. P. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK IX V New 5-roomed house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., 8 rooms, fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Dufferin Streets -H. I i Two Choice Lots, corner Dufferin and Ashmead; terms. Money to loan oh farms at 7 and 8 percent. v ALBERT E. I YES, BLOe" M- 111111111 M-l-l-l- -I-M-M-H-M-H-H-M Whv Pav Rent When you can buy a J J new seven-roomed cot- tage close to North Ward School, with water, electric light and furnace, new "barn to accommodate six horses, carriage shed and chicken house, on lots 48x137, for cash, balance to suit purchaser, or exchange for vacant lots R. V. GIBBONS ''I I I I 1 1 I'H-H'i 1111 OTT PHONE 222 Wfe-own ACRES along- the New Weyburn Line and south of Grassy Lake N No better location in Southern Alberta Being owners, we can make low prices to you. If you have a No. 1 piece of land and will sell right, we are in a position to purchase. See us before you either buy or sell Helgersen Land and Investment Company Frank G. Maxwell, Manager Lyceum Building I I I I ess Road be cut out. It was explain- j 4- ed that as this street will be used for spur tracks and is fronted entire- ly by business property it ,iyould be a useless expenditure of money to T start boulevarding it. The motion was carried. It was moved by Aid. Oliver that the subscription 'to the Canadian Mu- nicipal Journal when due. The motion was carried. Question of" Overcharging i Aid. King's letter to the council asked for an investigation by the council oi all vouchers and accounts from the Western Stationery com- pany, as he was prepared to show there had been considerable over- charging from this firm. He moved that the whole council go into com- j mittee to taKe up this matter at some later date. The mayor stated that he thought the Finance Committee should deal with this matter- Aid. Oliver moved that this committee, including Aid. King, should hold a meeting and in- vestigate the charge. The motion was carried. Soeed By-Low J The question of amending the city speed by-law was brought up, it hav- -H-K-I-M H I M-I-W Good Residence II I I I I II n 1111 n n n 11 .M. -H. i n n n m M n i H In Block D, couth of Barracks each Only -a few left MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE ing been suggested by the chief of po- n I I I I I I II II i! X FOR SALE. New Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of Korth Ward School.' cash, balance very easyfFeims ".I 320 acres eight miles South of mam line OP.R. per acre if taken at brice. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH Mil I-I-H-H-H-H-I- PUBLIC SQUARE TO BE CALLED i; The 0. B. AGENCY thlS WCftk' Ward, one block Litia from school and stores. ea. 4 sections Raw Land. 4 miles from Warner, all steam plow proposition, per acre. acres on Lethbridge-Weyburn survey, frcm up Improved Farms near Barons and Carman gay for cash or crop payments K Freeman, Maeleod and Graham M Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O.Box 679 -H-I-I-H-I-H-H- IN HONOR OF assessed for lands to that part of the COUNCIL DISCUSSES POLL ING! city The assessment roll would give BOOTHS FIX UPino idea of the residence of the owner WESTMINSTER and not be fair" to take that SPEED BY-LAW a basis where a man should vote. The'regular meeting of the city 1 TT council was held in- the Hendersoii reiuarked thathe every man to vote that had a the council chamber There were pres- vote, and he wanted him to vote 'a ratepayer, Bowman. Reports of Superintendent, Reid and the Board of Health, and communica- tions from the Agricultural society, from Aid. King, A. C. Messer, and i Ernest whether living on the north or the south side, wanted.to vote in the north ward, let him come and say so, and he would be allowed to do no wards in '6 made, and. lice to substitute six miles as the maximum speed for vehicles in the city limits, m place of ten, as it now stands. Aid. Hatch stated that in reference to autos he thought it preferable that a new by-law be prepared dealing with entirely, providing for the regulation of speed, their reg- istration, description, licenses, etc. The chief, who was present, remark- I ed that, such a would in no j way interfere with the proposed j amendment, and. thought that it i shouM be prepared at once. Several Of the aldermen thought j that it was almost impossible to run j an automobile at so slow a rate as j six miles, an hour. Acadia Building. Phone 2M. II 1 1 1 1 M'I-H It ,as stated lt New 7 room House on 2 Lots in Riverview Addition. Must be sold at once, owner J city. Small cash payment required. mittee of. the whole to consider various items of business. The mayor stated that he had heard the expression, "North Ward" continually used m communications and remarks, and thp v, uut-i Mr- Prayne, one of the _______ 1 selected to appear before the council m this matter, of a division and those assessment or south it was all "the same, and the use of such expressions tending Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block f PHONE 290 I X A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for X sale on Crop Payment Plan f THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f X Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P.O. Box 254 f HE 4 and 5, Block 93, for 4- T each. Half cash, balance easy _ payer. Aid. Hatch should be to sectional distinctions discouraged. Gait Park -Aid. Hatch stated that the same usage applied to the square an-d deem- ed it advisable that a name be given to designate that more particularly. It was moved by Oliver that the "square" be henceforth known, as the "Gait Park." The motion was carried. It was explained that this v.rss so naniCu. in iionor oi Six. E. Gr. G-alt. to write Mr. Gait notifying him of the council's action. see ar- of the rate- >tated that he approved of the registration of roters for the separate districts, but did not .how it fcouM be satisfactorily ranged at present. Delay Would Be Serious Aid. Bowman stated that they had no provision at present for making such a list other than in the manner they had, suggested. In fact, .some people of the North Ward had stated that they di as their work The secretary' was instructed I f tbe They had been given all that was possible to give them just now. It might be ne- ot wish to. vote there took them to the Mr. Whitney asked leave .to address I at to TT" in-r-j-v f-n i The H. Macbeth Agency .4-t. the council in regard to his assess- ment. He stated that he. had, just discovered that part of his: farm was assessed for school taxes --at a-hun- dred dollars while that of his .neighbors and'part of his ,owir farm was: assessed for .only -thirty dollars. The'mayor replied that the ''matter would.he.looked, into and .adjusted satisfactorily. Pollmg Booths Again .Mr. '.'the ratepayers- of leave to address cil had met the people halfway in the matter at all. He thought that they had the power to grant their wish and ought to exercise it. ftAld. Bowman replied that it -was as yet an untried it was not the council's intention to make voting in one place compulsory. The matter had been brought up too la-te to allow of anything being done as the assessment roll was in a pretty bad shape as it was, and they were notable to undertake such a task. A Satisfactory Way Mr. Frayne asked that if a petition were circulated and names secured asking to be allowed to vote in the North Ward would that be accepted. The mayor replied that'if 'the "men who signed the petition'were quali- fied voters that would be perfectly satisfactory, and those names could be added to' the list for that polling Electric Report The report of Superintendent Reid was approved and adopted on motion of Aid. Hatch. The report showed forty-five per- mits for wiring installation for the month. Forty-seven inspections had been ma-de, and sis hundred; and ty-fivc metres read. The receipts amounted to Thirty-five new connections had been made-during the month. In the power house j .......i......I..H...H...H-H" J. I. EAKIM ft CO. I Real Estate and vestment Brokers MONET TO at lowest current jates FIRE, LIFE and JKENT I.. remarked that it was "just 'like "a graveyard." The mayor stated that they had already been spending money too free- ly and had already overrun some of the appropriations. Level Up the Streets Aid. Bowman that if any unexpended funds for other appropria- left, he thought it advis- able that they should be used for lev- elling up this street, and could be put in next year's appropriations. .The1: motion ;of Bowman and Oliver that three hundred artd fifty dollars be authorized by the council to be spent in improving this street from the C.P.R. .track north to Westminster church received the as- sent of; the council. The meeting then adjourned. District Agents- Railway Passengers 7 .V j Burance Co. of England. Accident, Disease, 'Em- ployers' Liability- and Fi- delity Guarantee OfficoB: 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383. fill i' HAD LONG JOURNEY LOCKED IN BOX CAR Coaticook, Ost. young negro was taken out of a box car here yes- terday iinder strange circumstances. He was in some r way sealed in" a box car at Chicago., and came through. the city into separate', polling, divi- kilo-watts of electric energy had been Farm T J. T T t JL T I ,i T The poJden West Realty Go. 2 Modern 7 Room Houses for sale at a Bargain. 8700 ;cash. Balance' easy. Business Lots in Bow Island. 8300 each. Third Bal- ance 6 and 12 months. 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. 5 Roomed Cottage. 82300. Good terms Phone 261 ttlNG Real Estate Box 642 WADDINGTQN Auctioneer uUii Co. Herald Want Ads Brings Great Results to their in" regard to a polling bootK for that part of the city. He thai the. people of the North Ward' "-did 'not think that' they should be-required to come up to the city office in order to vhave their names put on a separate votina; list, as .the trouble in doing that was equal to coming over to the city hall to vote. He thought that such a list'could be- made out in the city of- fices from the assessment roll, and that is what should, be done. Alderman Hatch replied that he did j not see how it could have been ar- j ranged differently than had been done on account of the great number of outside owners of property who were Smoke "Duke's Perfecto" m'anu-. factured by H. J. Cunningham, Leth- 260-6 OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block .Irthhridge; JlbBrta Are now open for business. territory, any place in Southern Alberta. They are prepared to bay improved or unim- proved "iand for spot cash. The} will sell "to actu- al settlers having the ne- cessary equipment for farming, on u ten year pay- ment plan, one-tenth down Have you the neces- sary horses and machinery to operate a farm but only able to make a small -ash payment, or do you wish to enlarge your farm by buying adjoining We can help you. We can also make you a farm loan. Call or write. The Farm Security H-I-M-H-I' anyone hearing him until here without having anything sat Oi? xft- was-, heard at some pla'ce between Sherbrook'e and Richmond, but no one dared break the seal. He was re-leased here by the cusujms officers aad agent -and .given into the care of Constable Ad- generated. The work on the feeder who gave him the' necessaries system for the new power house will commence before the end __of this month. Returns from the pumping station showed a total of twenty-two Pond "last evening, thousand gallons of water an hour' pumped during the month of Septem- ber in comparison with about seven- Half Section also 480 acres within and 3 miles of I Wilson's Siding about 11 miles from Leth- bridge, at per acre on easy terms of life, although not as much to eat ami drink as he wanted. He was about half dead re- leased. He was sent" back to Island teen thousand gallons pumped during the same month last year. The work .on the new power house grossing satisfactorily. The communication from was A. C. Messer and Ernest C. Carr asking for Y j an extension of the electric J. wires to supply their houses was re- 5 Tri t.rin TJ-i-.n _ light rred to the Fire, Water and Light Committee with power to act. Boulevards Cut Out It was moved by Aid. Oliver that; the boulevards contemplated on Smith street from Bompas street. from Bompas street north to Baron- MISTOOK PRIEST FOR CHINESE MANDARIN Victoria, B. C., Oct. cus- tom, of dressing as a Chinese official cost Rev. Father Saffrey., of Tiseling, one' of the most prominent Roman Catholic, missionaries in Manchuria, his life according to 'news "brought, by the Empress 'of India. When trav-1 ellmg 'between- Tishling Tientsin by j Chinese car, followed by Chinese sol-1 diers, some Munghutzo brigands, hid- den in Koiyliajnjr, mistook him. for., a Chinese Mandarin and shot Insurance Loans Rentals Suburban Acreage The George M. Hatch f Lan d C Successors to Hatch and .1 Coons. FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 .Oliver Block w It will pay you to trade with Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 INVESTIGATE THIS: Business Lots in .North Ward, each, terms Modern 7 room house on London cash. Bal. easy. j r and 4 '0tSl Water' North Ward.-Price 1-2 cash. Bal. per year, 8 per cent. _- acres north of per acre on good terms. GALVIN-HATFIELp CO I t T T T T T with a five-roomed Cottage m'the North Ward Price cash, balance a month TELEPHONE 294 Office, Room 8 Macdonald Block BEST BUYS IN CHOICE FARM LANDS It will pay you to with Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-21 Co, Ltd. Successors to W. R. Co, Ground Floor Office: cIRSr DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL PHONE ;