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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt LtTHBRIDOI DAILf Klt.ALU, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, INI. PAQC THMII THE HERALD'S RERL- ESTATE MARKET PHONE 451 FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about ail the Real Estate experience one could have in this Newer Lethbridge. __________ W. P. FOR more years I 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 I M- New 5-roomed house, close to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will v handle. Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., 8 rooms, fully modern, fire place, etc.; worth easy terms. J SKEITH TILLEY f II Phone 197 Corner Round and Duft'erin Streets g 111 BY THE LORD MAYORS SON Dad and his council certainly did the grand for t'iie municipal Dads of the other towns and cities of Alberta when they were here at their animal j convontion. There was a good sized bunch of them and they all say they Some people of this live city will feel pretty mighty sick .next week and it isn't bcjcause of bad sanitation either, j T By 'next Saturday they have got to j develop a cough strong enough to I v cough up enough dough to pay their X sixteen mills on the dollar plus the numerous local improvement frontage taxes. The-whole thing coming in a lump makes it look mighty big and just along that line I have got a bright idea that many municipalities have been working out for years. It is this, that the' taxes might -be paid in instalments, just the way the fel- WE OWN 30.000 ACRES along the new Weyburn line and south of Grassy Lake. 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 of sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. In Block D, south of Barracks 1 1 n i Choice Residence Lots on William Street. Block 96, each easy terms. ALBERT E. IVES, 4- i STAFFORD BLOCK JL. PHONE 297 T taxed for. In some places they. give a certain discount if the whole toot is paid up in advance with corre- had a dandy time'and j y Qf .f next to their own burgs AV" best stunt for ever. It was a darn good j it pays to make possible rivals think well of one. They tell me that Dad made a great 'hit as a toastmaster at banquet and was the life of the j paid later on. In some other places each Only a few left allow the taxes to bs paid in function. Dad may not stack up very nnings for cash if the payments are If the payments are: not met the tax- loses and if he al- .T T Lots in the WALLWORK ADDITION 46 .ft. 6 in. x !37 ft. 6 in. Just Two Left EACH-TERMS Lots in any part of the city on monthly payment plan. i high alongside of William X Bryan us a spellbinder, but when it j comes to giving a bunch of men a j good time Dad is the peerless one. That convention was a good and did a whole lot of business even j if they did'take the first half'day off j ij take a holiday to -Diamond City, j If the government wanted advice -j about their proposed Cities Bill they j certainly got it in abundance. The: j bill, however, was well received and there was very little criticism that i was agin the bill. lows it to go past'the orid of the year interest is added. It makes the taxes N- I come a good deal easier if a fellow i pay them iu say quarterly instal- I merits. I this suggestion to i Dad and his finance minister for their 5 consideration. _ [fj i _ in'tlie North Ward.'on water and sidewalk. These cottages are now renting at per month and are an excellent buy at for the Tei.' 294 A. and L. S. RJPLEY Office Block T. MONEY TO LOAN I THE LIQUOR CASE f t R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK j PHONE 222 J .H..I.-I- H they ought to be darn careful what it is like. Impure milk will play thf deuce with people especially children who are almost wholly dependent on it for food. .The dairies may be nice and clean and as sanitary as the inside of a tea- kettle but they may not. Lots of people have different ideas as to what :M M-I-H n: it M-H-H t A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for '3. T f sale on Crop Payment Plan I f THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, f Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 J i: i M 11 n 'i-i-H-i: t; M-H-M-I- fHpApM. Lots 4 and 5, Block 93, for each. Half cash, balance easy The H. Macbeth Agency T t. i i 2 Modern 7 Room Houses for sale at a Bargain. cash. Balance easy. Business Lots in Island. each. Third cash. Bal- ance 6 and 12 months. 4 Lots, barn for 10 horses. All fenced. 5 Roomed Cottage, 32300. Good terms Trie proposal to have the munici- pality's public enterprises counted in on the city's assets when it conies to figuring out the amount that the j municipality is entitled to borrow is a mighty good good because it is fair. If the burg went bankrupt these enterprises would be the first thing the .creditors could seize and Tf SETTLE HOUSE AS DISTRIBUTING 3. 'v CF i T IT t tbe easiest for them to realize on. they are available as security t certainly should be counted on a borrowing asset. If iJL The adjourned ease against the I J. North-West Jobbing Commission j y Co. .was continued before A. E. Hum- _ T ph'ries at the Immigration Hall. This company arc charged that on or.j T about Sept. they unlawful- i ly did keep liquor for the purpose of.( T sale, barter and traffic without the license therefor by law required. W. C. Simmons is prosecuting for the 4- Attorney-General's department, while V W. C.' Ives is solicitor for the'defend- ants. H. Tennant, custom's officer at Coutts, gave evidence in regard to the inspection of the car at the OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block letli'liPiSgB '.prta Are now open for Their territory, any place in Southern Alberta. ;They are prepared to bay improved or unim- proved land for spot cash. Thej will sell to actu- al settlers having the ne- cessary equipment for farming, on a ten year pay- ment plan, one-tenth down Have yon the neces- sary horses and machinery to operate a farm but only able to make a small i-ash payment, or do you wish to enlarge your farm by buying adjoining land We can help you. We can also make you a farm loan. Gall or write The Farm Security Co. t -M-H-H-H LOCKHART OF TRIAL FIRE INSURANCE The C. B, CZAR NICHOLAS GOING TO VISIT KING OF ITALY boundary. The car, which was' billed to the N. W. Jobbing Co., Leth- bridge, came through the United States in bond from Emerson, and the seal was broken by the U. S. of- ficer at. Sweet Grass, and then re-j sealed by the Canadian custom's Taking Care That Nothing Will Happen to Him En Route Berlin, Oct. 22.-JEmperor, Nidholas f.cer and the railway, agent at; Coutts. If there had been no duti- Before Supreme Court at vStruthers Was Acquitted (Special to the Herald.) Ferine, Oct. the man sent up for trial some time ago, claarged with incendiarism in connec- tion with the burning of his store here was up for trial before Judge Wilson yesterday and was acquitted of the charge. Managers' Manson and Lawrie of the Home and the Bank-of Hamilton City Clerk Boulion, attorney, A. I. Fisher and several other witnesses are in Nelson, in attendance at the trial of H. G-. Lockhart on the charge of theft in connection with the'handl- ing of the relief fund. 'The case comes up tomorrow before V Supreme Court Judge Hunter on transfer order from Judge Morrison before whom the came last June. R. S- Lennie, K.C. of Nelson, is and S. S. Taylor K.C., "and A- I. Fisher are defending. ilr. arid IMis. J. D. Hurd gave a large party, the first of the sea- son, last night in the new opera house, which a most decidedly pleasant affair, the elegant hall be- ing transformed into an-elegant ball room 'by tasteful decorations and other AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. T ail SHIP-BUILDING PLANT AT ST. JOHN manifest called for twenty cases of j for Emmaimel' in Itaiy through cfeanliness arid1 sanitary conditions j whisky in bond, so the car had to be Germany today. He had breakfast mean. Some people think it is al- put in bond again. witness was asked by the court to manifest right to milk their cows in a stable that has a foot of manure piled up j wire to Coutts for special back of the stalls and others have the j mentioned in -his evidence, idea that it does not make any dif- ference how much dirt gets into the Dominion Government, C. P. R., Al- lan Line and Harland Wolff I St. John, 'N. B., Oct. Wolff, of Belfast, the Canadian Pa- I at Erfurt., proceeding thence to cinc Railway, the Allan Line Steam- released at Coutts. But 'the special who ig Qn his way to visit .Eng Vic- milk while it is being extracted from the bovine as long as they strain it afterwards so that it looks clean. France by way of Halle-Saxony and Frankfort-on-the-Main-. The Russian emperor is not travelling in an imper W. Hardy, freight agent of the A. ial train, but occupies a first class R. I. at Lethbridge; was iae next I witness. He produced a copy of Some dairymen have got an idea that I it does not matter what sort of slop a -cow eats, the milk' will come out pure anyhow. According to my notion all these are on the wrong track if they want to supply pure milk. The city board of health ought to have the power, and for all I know they have it, to investigate all the. stables and dairies where milk comes from into the city. A lot of the milk for the people of fhis burg comes from outside the city limits, o good of it, ,in fact, coming in t'-e train? many mr.M a.--ay. It ir just as important that- that mi'ik should be pure as the milk that is milked inside the city limits. The same may be said of bread al- though some may have the idea, and maybe it is correct, that the baking of tthe bread will kill ail the germs that may come off the breath of a consumptive baker or from other un- sanitary conditions in which the bread may be. made. The inspection of .boarding and lodging houses is another important compartment on a regular train. The usual story that on the journey the j bill of the car in question. This way j emperor is being impersonated by a i hill called for 398 cases of spirits, 20 Russian official is current, 'but with of whisky, and 14 casks of spir-', no more basis than in the past. He its, which were billed from Port Ar-i is accompanied by three members of thur, via the Canadian Northern, but! the Imperial household. Great pre- with advance charges, showing that i caution has been taken by the Ger- it came from some other point to] man authorities to prevent a railway and Dhmindon Government will be directly interest- ed in a mammoth dry dock and ship repair plant to be established here just as soon as the Dominion Gov- ernment determines upon its policy for naval defence which will be tak- en up at the "next session of Parlia- ment. The establishment here of a great steel ship building plant where vessels and commercial vessels be constructed and equipped is war will regarded as almost certain to follow the dock. Captain D. 0. C. Newton, Port Arthur. The freight was not j accident. Immediately before the paid here. The N. W. Jobbing Co. j train bearing the Russian party pass- of Ottawa, who represents Canadian refused to pay freight, claiming it led each section of the railroad.receiv- jJintjeqrasts allied "ftp-ill Haxland should have been prepaid. But later j ed a special examination by the track Wolff, is now in the