Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, October THE LETHBKIDGB DAILY HEEALD PaceS We have several good propositions in farm lands which are worthy of your consideration, 'Come in and let us tell you about We are exclusive agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable, investment in Lethbridge We represent The North American Life Assurance London Guarantee and Accident Assurance Co., of London, F. North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London OJFfices'at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver WORTH LOOKINiG UP Lots 9. and 10, Block 147, eacn, one-tnird cash; balance- 6 aud'12 inos. Lots 9G to 98, Block 7 North Ward, on water, each, one- cash: Balance 3 and 6 months. v- Lot 3 (acre) Block V., one-third cash, balance' 6 -anct 12: "-'.'months.- r Lot io; (acre) Block, cash; balance 6- and 12 V. GIBBONS Etioiie 1191 Oft ReaKstate flpcy Pafersoa, Messrs. JJoyle Thomas, Bayne and Wm. Watts, to run. He has.been .a.'resident of the. city for thirty-eight years, and has been a prominent in the council for the.past twelve .years. STRUCK BY Winipeg, Oct. working with .a city sewer, .gang, near the St, James subway, Henry'Recrick, a farm- er boy, was struck yesterday morning by a street car. Recriek--was taken tc the general hospital. ..and .It.was found that he had sustained serious injuries on.'the liead and other-parts of the body. He is expected to.recover and '.is progressing..fayorably... NEVER PUBLISHED SUNDAY" But New York Post May be Forced tc Issue Paper York, Oct. Post for 109 .years has never issued r Sunday edition. But the State elec tion may .force it io-.do so: -The is' 'one of th'e- newspapers carrying the" .election, .ad-; vertising. It-seems that quires the publication of this advertis- ing on the day day of tratibn. Monday is a day.-of registra tion and the day before. Post has aske'd .the--lawyers to find for" the benefit of its despair ing staff just what is necessary, and ir the worst will be' The Dowsley AJclWiilairLandCo. .Real .Estate, Loans and in- su ranee., 5M buys -lac 'ana half, close in; most desirable building location -in J60Q Candles cor- iier lots on: and Cliarles Sti TwofSne lots' 'near corner of Bartletf and D.uf f erin. Wilj take, pair of.; -Addition buys. your choice of two fine .-cottages under 'construction on; Ernest St. uriear fully mbd- and -Tip- to" date in ever? way cash, '-balance month -arid we guarah- "tee-.to'-furiiiEhT'a- tenant' at .per. monW-lor six _Sis; cottages r'.j house of S roomed'house oc one fumishee liouse, and several others.." SCORES THE COMBINE IN FOR BEING KIND Caariottetown, Oc't showed kindness Fleming., of Boston; when the latter was in Char- lottetown in-19 02, from a paralytic .Frank' McDonald, a .prominent young'man" of this 'city, lias received residence 'on-Coliimus avenue, Boston... McDonald was a few. ctiys ago by a Boston, when the- presentation was mads. r> A 1 01 rnceWill Advance ma onrt lime The location of the town site; makes it practically certain that there will lie a thriving town there. v Railways running in every direction. Goal borings all round it. Active coalmines nearby. r The finest of agricultural country on all sides. -iN CITY H.C HANNAH Kirr, .SKCITH Tltl-EY. Get in Before the Rise A. 3V McGuire, of Pincher Creek; ad- dresses' the following letter to The i tt-erald: The public at. tliis time has been made .aware of the fact that I tain Mill Combine of British j Columbia has -boycotted all the retail j dealers in "the' Southern part of the i proxihceg of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, until ..they -have- forced tnem to sign a contract, that they will refrain from purchasing any lumber 'irom the., American side. The Moun- Mill combine are now certainly secure in their position, and will be able to dictate -prices' with a ven- geance to the-retail-trade of the prair- ies, which -is '-now-' at 'their mercy. We vare also made aware of the fact'that .there -is another combine -called the cement is raising" the price -of -this commodity to sucli -an extent'.that the conditions are not im-' J proved by using cement in lumber. a grand, spectacle .in jj God's-'coun'try; where combines have privilege. of extorting their prices for their 'commodity, or the rancher j can" his buildings, or. live .in It woul-d me j that if the.-Domicion or Provincial gbv- ernments "do "-not '-take this conditions will grad- ually -become .worse, and the finance ''will work into Htie I hands there will be. a repetition of-. ;the conditions existing in ;rhe'European .countries iancl and money is.; gathered-into'.the hands of ,tfce few, i., on-ly way the gov-i 'eminent can; assist to-day in .this j erecc plants for the" man-i ut'acture of-cement in the different j parts .or the country, and to sey. the' same to 'the '-inhabitants at a small margin over -cost. As there is an 'en- j ornious amount, of material suitable i for .tlie -manufacture -i-f cement in t.'ie! Western part.of Alberta, and the East- ern part of- British Columbia, I might beg-further, to state, that when the cement .plant was being erected ai the town bt' Blairniore, the agent who was selling" the stock of the company, ex- plained -to the public, who were desir- ous of purchasing, thai his company could manufacture a number one ce- jment from the material at hand at ?1 I per barrel, and make 10 per cent, up- j'on the monies invested., and by the ar- ray of proofs that this gentleman had !the larger 'amount of the investing pub lie put in their money. The cement is .selling 3.-L factory at S3.07 per barrel Blairmbre: If the govemraent can see.'their way clear to the j larmers this assistance by getting I cheap cement, the ranchers and all j others connected in building can use; !a large amount of cement, whereby! j they will save 50 per cent, of their j I lumber bills, and settle the question i of lumber combines. I KING ON HAND EARLY Naples, Oct Emmanuel ar- (rived here today unannounced, but not 'wholly .unexpected. He came to look into the relief work occasioned by the latest catastrophe, and was accom- panied by the officers''of his court Reports from ten districts show deaths. Thousands are homeless. and Upward on Easy Terms Lethbridge 320 Acres Cask East 1-2 Sec. 11. Twp. 9, Range .14, per ncre; per acre cash, balance to suit. GTose to. school house. Nine miles from town and elevator and fine piece land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance :o suit. Good buys hi Grassy Lake Island residential lots, close to the hotel in both Remember you arc buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. O. Box 374 Phone 1069 PLACE jDRDERS NOW For waiife-f rom tlie Nursery. Plant late in not next spring.' v J- O a few, .eight foot Kussian; -order for shade, and Special price 85c each, per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station (Eed) 'Currant and. oia; Black are preminni winners, highest; and perfectly adapted to prairie plantmg: ;1; express prepaid. JT JT ..i .'T per dozen aud express express t 'C l "JT We guafantee We We want to: :ypu. Kooten? Nurseries I i r 2 lots on corner of Ford and 'i, -REsiDENTlAL 2" Tots 'ou-.'coaier'-of-: Grabb Lon'don i.......... pair 2 lots on corner of !6iy.n and pair. S lots on London; between Grabb 5875 each LDTOSEY' REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS P. O.. Drawer 3091 Crabb Phone 1183 X 270 acre farm) Lethbridge, fenced, irrigated, well improved, per acre for this iveek only, 4 lots on Bailey street just north of each. One third 6 months. Seven roomed house, handles it. 5'acres near old fair temis. 7 roomed modern house, close in, Terms.. For rent, 12 roomed modern furnished, S50.00. 11 and 12, Block 8, Alexander Addition. for both, 5 roomed cottage on Torrance, balance like rent. x ..-JOHNSON 3LOCK 323 FIFTH ST. FIVE LARGE MIXED FARMING From two to six sections each; running water; hay. in plenty Wheat, made 43 bushels per- acre this year in thisx township: This land is near Siding in the- Cardsfon District We are sell- ing it at a reasonable on our easy terms. Let us talk it over. LETH3RIDGE, 40 acres.Irrigated land. 2.1-2 miles .from city, by far the best tract on the 20 acres under cultivation, balance hay land. Ditches all in and has been irrigated for last three years. Good terms. 5 and 10 ncre garden plots, have all been irrigated for three years. Best on marker. Close in. Small cash payment. Balance easy. Fully modem 5 room house on Bruce street for SSOO will handle. Balance easy. New 5 room cottage on Glyn street, on two lots for cash. Balance very easy. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" ALBERTA BLOCK.; PHONE 777 GROW APPLES at FRUITVALE WEST COLUMBIA and live in cuinfcrt'.- -You can 'I've in an ideal climate, enjoy fino scenery, hunting and fishing, and make more money on' an ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than you caii on 160 acres of prairie land. GROW APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, RICH. Others are doipg not YOU. Splendid climate, high winds and dust, stormi unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE LIMITED, 23 Ward Stv "C.