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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHftftlMl 0AILY KIKALb, THURSDAY, OCTOBER ItH. PAQI THE HERALD'S REHL. ESTHTE MRRKET FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience ont could have in this Newer Lethbridge. FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary, FOUR Fifty-One is my New Telephsne Number. W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK t New 5-roomed house, clote to Mills in North Ward, water and electric light; cash will handle. f Splendid two-storey Residence, on Dufferin St., T 8 rooms, fully modern, fire place, etc.; VlCtOFy fOF 3 laDCr Real T worth easy terms. HAMMER WON CASE IN COURT LAUNDRY SKE1TH TILLEY Phone 197 Corner Round and Dnfferin Streets Estate Man -A Local Case 4- H-H-H- At 2 p.m. yesterday -I-M-M-H- Hall, Glyn St., Chief Justice sit- Choice Residence Lots on William Street. Block 96, each; easy terms. ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK t 1 I t Lots .in the WALLWORK ADDITION 46 ft. 6 in. x 137 ft. 6 in. Just Two Lsft Lots in any part of the city on monthly payment plan. f R. V. GIBBONS OTT -'BLOCK PHONE 222 Sifton continued the adjourned ting of the Supreme Court. 1 The gentlemen of the jury were cuscd from attendance at the court i till next Monday morning at ten o'clock, when there is a possibility! that -they will be needed. Then followed the trial of the case of Hammer vs. Bullock. W. C. Ives for the plaintiff, and L. M. John- stone for the defendant. This is an action brought by Peter Hammer, real estate agent of Taber, against W. E. and B. K. Bullock, of Taber. claiming a balance of commission due for the sale of land near Taber to D. W. Brown. There were several documents re- FULLY A Her-ald reporter visited the Leth- bridge Latndry on Smith street the other day. It is an interesting place to visit. Recollections of wash day usually give visions of dripping walls and clouds of steam, but these are not found in the Lethbridge Laundry, where up-to-date methods and ma- chinery employed. The pay-roll of the 35 employees of this company amounts to a j .L month, and in that way is quite an j i WE OWN 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 or sell. HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. FRANK A. MAXWELL, MANAGER LYCEUM BLDG. -H- asset to the business of the city. A large proportion of this sum is spent cx" right in the city by the white em- ployees of the laundry. Hotel guests may often wonder how i etc., of a first class hotel is! kept so clean. A visit to the laun-i dry solves the riddle, for the Leth- hridy.o Laundry does the washing for the city and also for hotels at Raymond, Magrath; and other points in Southern Alber- j !ta j The big laundry basket from ho arrives at the back door of the laundry. H. "is wheeled in tne North Ward, on water and sidewalk. These cottages- are now renting1 at. per r.ionth and are an excellent buy at for the Tel. 294 A. ..and L. S. RJPLEY Macdonald Block each Only a few left I MONEY TO LOAN FIRE 1 The C. :-M I I FOE, SALE. Jsiew Four-roomed Cottage two blocks west of North "Ward School. cash, balance very easy teinis 320 acres eight miles south of mum line C.P.K. per acre if taken at once. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH various markings are .placed above each pigeon hole, and then the sort- ing begins, just like when mail ar- the r'vus ati a office. When the sort- to the big washing machines, i inS is complete the bundles are'tied lating to this case, showing that' Tiiese are something like tig revolv-i up and labelled and the bundles are Brown had made a part payment on ing churns. A row of these washers jlhen sorted into the 3arSer pigeon he land in question, but at a later stand; along the walls. Hot water ]holcs for the various delivery wagons Of the anii, steam enter from a pipe along which return the laundry to thcYari- thc wail, and when the clothes have i Patrons' throughout the city, had enough soaking then the dirty c- S- -Farrow, the manager of the water is let out into a sewer which i company, is very obliging in showing rim> along the floor under the ma- cluncs. date forfeited his duplicate agreement, and the deal was called I off. But then, at a later date D. W. j.Brown and others, known as the Coal coal lands fro-m the Bullock Bros., includ- ;ing the land originally in queston in I the previous sale in which Mr. Ham- THE Farm Security Co. OFFICES AT THE Whitney Block Letliiiridge; Alberta Are now open for business. Their territory, any place IT j. T if AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 200. Vvhile this washing is being done iu1 visitor call examine the boiler ;mer claims a commission. .In'- the room; and- the new store room, 24 x; i T contract between the Bullock Bros. at the end of the large building, he.finds it necessary to put in and Hammer regarding commission a 43 x 80. The boiler is SO "h.p., and through the laundry. He finds his business is growing rapidly. It is only this summer that a new and larger building was erected. Pie 4- has hardly moved into this building 'it S Lots lnNortt Ward'one block t :fromschool and stores, ea. 4 sections Raw Laud. 4 miles from Warner, nil steam plow proposition, per acre. acres on Letfrbridge-Weybiirn survey, from up T Improved Farms near Barons and Carmaugay for cash or crop payments T clause stated that the Bullocks must iget their money before the commis- sion was paid to Hammer. At the conclusion of the evidence, and after-both lawyers had addressed the court, His Lordship explained that the defendants had extended the time of payments. Judgment was given in of the plaintiff for the amount-of claim and costs. i Then followed the case of vs. i furnishes hot water and steam for washing, as well as power to rur- the machinery. The different kinds of soap used are also made light; in the -building. When the cylinder. oi the washing ttops its alternating roll, the dirty water i.-, let off and the clothes are into-a funny machine called an nctor. It somewhat resembles a liu.rC': ch-am separator, for? it uses a second floor to make room for more shirt and collar ironing ma- chines which must be installed to keep up with the increasing business. Le al., W. C. Simmons Cbnvbeare Co., Iorw to extract the dirty for plaintiff, and for defendants. After -hearing; the evidence for the; the judge remarked that it j Freeman, Maeleod and Graham J 173 LETHBRIDGE P.C.BoirHP J I 1-H-H-H H -I'M I-H-H-H-rH-I-M-M-I-H-I-t- can't act for his principal witfe- ,otit disclosing all the facts to out of the clothes. It revolves so fan that it appears to have a smooth white lining inside the hol- low top, which is larger than a tub. t stops we see the clean cloth- iaken. o'ut, leaving bare the porus sides through which the dirt is ei- SERIOUS CONSIDERATION WAS PROMISEDJ.L Ottawa, Oct. powerful and i influential deputation waited upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. Messrs. Pugsley and Broclenr at noon today and asked -that the government guat- antee the bonds of the dry dock com-' pany to the extent of four per cent. i on the outlay for fifty yeaa's. The company propose to build dry docks i at Levis and St. John, N. B., which accommodate largest merchant vessels and warships afloat. Serious i consideration -was promised. The I I I -1-1-H-H-H-M HI 11't NORTH new 5-roomed Cottage and stable V' with room for four and four lots, cash. balance one year. 'principal. Ho can't set as both agent and buyer without disclosing that fact "to the principal." And accordingly) dismissed the case. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., Oliver Block i ___PHONE 290 I-H-I i-i-i-i-r-M-H-i-M n 11 M t H-M-I-l-I-I -H- Young Girl Wants Brother i A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for t Spokane, Wash., Oct. 27. Lulu Gombossy, a pupil in public school No. 71, living with her mother at F. 4. 337 Tenth avenue, New York, is con- sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone'396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. O. Box 254 newspaper men in Spokane and asks fHFAP. then, to interest editors and report- ers in the various cities and towns in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Mon- tana. Utah, California and the prov- inces of British Columbia arid Al- berta. In a letter to a local newspaper, Miss Gombossy says her brother left New York about two and a half years ago to take a position with the Hel- ena Power, Transmission Company, gO-Xr afterward to Cheney. Wash.. hen: he remained a year on con- struction work, writing a letter to hi> n-other once a week. He was ______ liriarrf from at Helen, Wash., 'but not a word has 'been heard from since July, 1908. She adds i: M-X-H-H-M i t T T purin Lots 4 and 5, Block 93, for t The H, Macbeth Agency ducting a search for her brother, Wil- liam G-ombossy, who is believed to be somewhere in the Northwest- The little girl has enlisted .the aid of pelled when it revolves. j dock is The clean clothes'are now fed the mangle, -and are mangled, but! not like cow mangles turnips, for j The Trade Commissioner in this bite rrangle is a machine with Zealand writes the Trade and to cost and New .Corn- steam-heated rollers. Some of the jnerce; Department at Ottawa tbat rollers a.-e wrapped with heavy tlan- j epartmcrits there want a Canadian kets ond then covered with clean cot-' steamship line sailing from Atlantic ui. Thess rollers act as a hot dry j orts in order to prevent New York and the clothes come out dry lines in control of trust, from keep- si'iotb at the other side of the rig up excessive rates, machine where they drop on a table. H-.'ie two employees sit and fold the l towels, etc., as fast as they come] 4- oi't. at times they have to hus- 2! tie when thf woman at the other end !tft Thi- dry. clean clothes are now pack'-d hack into the empty basket, whirh hss beer, waiting during the i short time, that it took to wash and (try and iron the big basketful of ar- l tides from the hotel to which it re-! turns, perhaps in about half a day J. or iess, quite a change from the old- t fashiont-d methods of a few years ago JL They are prepared to 'bny improved or unim- proved land for spot cash. The} will sell to actu- al settlers haTmg the cessary equipment for farming, on a ten year merit plan, one-tenth down Have yon 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 land? We can help you, We can also make you a farm loan. Call or write The Farm Security Co. -MM -IvI'-l Houses for Sale FORGET TO Fl RE Paris, Oct. Bernstein, the dramatHt and Francis. Chevaseu, a critic, fought a, duel with pistols at Prinoese Park today. Neith- er was injured. M. Chevassu fired and -while Bernstein did not discharge, his weapon. When asked later why he had not fired the drama- tist replied: "I forgot to." It will pay you to trade with ,us. Lumber Co. t t JL T i The Golden West Realty Co. Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers T J "He is 23 years of age, o! good j habits and has no cause to stop writ- X jinti unless something serious has hap- T Wanted to purchase for spot cas1! 2 or 3 Lots in Westminster T 4. Road, north of track, state lowest price. t f T 4 For Sale, 2 Lots on Bartlett Street, each for cash, a par- JL tictilarly good bny. 7 ipened. T "If TO ill inf f T i'will send all I have. ISortli spur track lots each, 40ft. frontage to ewch 7 J Phone 261. Office Grabb St., opp. Bank of Montreal STEAMSHIP SERViCE WITH FRANCE Oct. is probable .the government will, take up at-once ated some time but which had ago, i-'uo .viiivn imu been carried on temporarily of 1SQ8 -the yutcome of the ___'_ Commercial treaty. More frequent a definite renewal with the Allans sailings, are proposed, owing to the for thr contract for 'the Franco-Can- increased trade expected as a result adian steamship service which termin-. of the. .treaty. ]will send all "Please try to help me find him. I am very sad and my dear mother's heart is broken. He is my only brother." The police of Spokane and Spokane county are making a search for young Gombossy, but have not been able to after he left Cheney in the stay in this dry kiln the articles j 4 ;come out -clean, dry and dustless. As the articles are