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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Steptemfrer 11. THE DATLY TTEKALD Shrewd Outside nvestors Are Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers MMINION CLOCK. PHONE HOt, 118S, 1810. 100T. If you can invest Here a Snap 526-19IU St. rooms, all papered. Cellar, water, sower 'being put In. Price cash, balance per month. 12 lots, Block 14, North Ward, near new school, TO. Ave. S., 7 rooms, fully modern, ISO per month. PHONE 1235 All 788. Room Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. North Lethbridge Snap 2 lot's, 15S-109, block 7, Ave. A. N., nont.iiiiins 1 1-2 4 room house; water, light' and sewer; on sidewalk; well Price eMh, twlance 6 and 12 months. 300, HERALD SUPREME I.O.O.F. LODGE MEETING GREAT GATHERING OF ODDFEL- LOWS TO BE HELD AT WIN- NIPEG NEXT WEEK Winnipeg, Sept. .session of; the Sovereign Kraiid lodge of Oil.l I Kellows, which opencs next Monday is! to lake place in the hail, j is the old Westminster'church' at the corner of Xotre Dame avenue; and .llai'grave street. This is a: change from the first arrangement by which the-venue was in the new con- vention hall at the industrial bureau. It was found, however, that the hall was not suited for speaking pin- poses and accordingly the change was' thought desirable by- the es ecu live. The first of the delegates to the higj convention are expected to arrive on! Thursday morning, when the members' of. the two committees on judiciary and appeals are due here for the pic-j liminary work of the j The chairman of the former com- j mitlee is .fudge Daniels, of Georgia, j and of ibe latter, Judge Robertson of Oklahoma. They will start their! work immediately on their arrival so thai it may lie completed by the be-' ginning- of the week for the .start .of! the convention. The bigulay of the] convention will, of course, lie nesriay, when the parade takes place, j Arrangements are now being, complcl- j cd and strict order will be1 enforced along the route which the big pro- cession will lake. The police commission, feeling that the public encroached to an unwar- ranted degree on the labor day par- ade, have purchased 3500 feet of'coil rope, and the whole of Main street, from the Royal Alexandra to the un- ion depot will be roped on" and the spectators forced to take their places on the sidewalk. There will he over SO automobiles j in the parade besides about; the same' number of carriages in which the .rep-' resenlativcs ride. Behind follow the .various lodges, each with its banner, while the state banners will he-carried by the representatives in automobiles.- There will te num-, erpus floats and most o.f the, focal lodges are now getting Iheir floats in preparation anil as valuable prices are offered for the best float, the, pre- parations arc on in great sec- recy. One of the finest is to :t is said, the tloat of the Ret-ekahs, who will also take part in the pro- cession. Thirty Bands The number of bands which will' take part in the parade is not yet! certain, but already some 30 have j announced their intention of taking! part. These will include, all the ca! bands and some from east, west! and south. li is estimated that over; people will visit Ihe city on the day of the parade. Preparations on a most lavish scale are being made! at all the restaurants in the and all the hotels ave laying in stores for the crowds that, will invade the, city on that day. The number of special 1 rains that will into j Hie city is not yet certain, but ir- is estimated that it'Will reach the! number of about a hundred. j Trains will run from every town j and citr in the west and cheap fares; are being offered on all the lines which be taken advantage of by; all whether Odd Fellows or not. A special civic holiday is declared for the day at Brandon and other points, j and Ihc greatest crowd that ever vis-; iteil Winnipeg will be found in the; city- The degrees competitions art- to be held ai four centres in HIP thojie, of tin- Kehekas at tiie auditor-. ON VANCOUVER ISLAND All Roads Now Lead To Courtenay THE FASTEST GROWING TOWN IN THE DOMINION TO-DAY 01MMONS OF COtmTKIYAY HUSINEHS ME.V OX "1UVERSTDE ADDITION" Tl.it) (.'loso-in 'Hu.si.ucss we are Iliindling in Coiulen.n NOTE THE "I Can Unhesitatingly Recommend" "The Closest in Lots on the Market." TO WI-KLM IT Courtenay, June 1, 1.912. 'AsMine ol' Ihe oldest residents-of Oonri.enay, nnd therefore in a. position to judge the past, present, nnd To a considerable extent, the tren'el of fii! ure development of Courlenay, J can iin- hCNitiiliiigl.Y recommend an investment in "Riverside Addition to Courtenay lots, as in my .opinion the "H. 0. Investment Co., Ltd'." 1ms a .very desirably situated property. Yours truly, (Signed) J. McPHEE. 'At Present Prices the Beat Buy In the Town." TO "WHOM IT Coiutonay, 13 C Jimp 5th, 1912. 1 in opinion one imesiiua in Addition to (Jonr- tenav lots is hound to make big piofils undci way ot the immense'J natuul lesoiuccs ot tlie Oomo> Distuct of Ooutleiiay is the pivotal poini, must re- sult in C'omtenay becoming an irnpoitant Mv lailh in its inline has indnoed me to inv moiiev in "Rneiside Addition" lots at present prices are the best buy in the town. (Signed) AY. H. HATTOff. f 1 certify this to he a correct copv of the following Icltci dated Ang 14, '12 (Sgd P Pidjgeon.' P.Tidgeon, Bed Deer. A-lta, Cr.mtenay, ]i C Aiig. -Dear reply to your enquiry re myopimon as to situation ot "Rnedside Addition IhepropeA-ly iii Oourteiiay, owned by Investments Ltd." I can lionestly_ state that in my opinion tlie purchase oflots'iirthe above is an At investment, situated diieot- jy between ihe Railway Station and'the original fowmitc "Kiveibidc Addition'' _ lots are not only Hie closest in lots on the market aiid at the picsent i ale of th the "Jliveiside Addition" must he taken i nto the business section of the to n and built on ithin tbe next vear 01 18 months. louis Uuly, E. KRATJSBt -OBIC-ilNALS-OF ABOVE LETTERS OAX BE 1-NT OUK OFMOE Trice of Riverside Addition Lots; iti27-5 to terms 1-i cash, balance and 18 months. s Or 10 per cent of purchase price per month. NO INTEREST. Free booklet mi Courtenay mailed on request and out oi town clients by mailing first payment to this oflicc can relv on our reserving the best lots on receipt of remittances. Sole Agents for Lethbridge McCORVIE REALTY CO. Phone 1391 309 5th St. S. LABOR MEN AND THEIR PROBLEMS CALLED TO CHICAGO CHURCH TIic will hir hi-lil at ilie Odd Fellows' temnlr on Kennedy street, ihe arena rink on Rannaiyne avenuo, and Odd Fellows' h.ill at tbe cor- ner of I'rince.ss and McDermott. Xonh Baitlf-ford's building for eight months amount to more than one million I have several inquiries for houses to rent, both furnished and unfurn- ished Plcasn or phone me. 1 also have inquiries for some cheap lots on easy terms. Listings Wanted JOHN R. 'KEVILL St. S. PHONES; Office 1018; Res. 466 Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals, Money to Loan .CUELPH CONVENTION HAS CON- SIDERABLE TO SAY ABOUT THE LEMIEUX ACT Ouclph, Sept. ciiUnls cor- dialu hetumt the Uritisli and Cana-j (Han labor organisations was em- at Hie unites and labor con- guess today by receipt of a cable j stating that W- Thornc had been ulectfd a sick-gale to the British I trades Lnwgrcss ioi' next year. The rrciprocate by ;ip-' poiniinir a dt-k-gatr. to the congress. was (-onsiiii-rable discussion on the ellicjwy oi ilic Lemicuv and ii strongly lu'siile feeling was part-nt. A resolution passed emphatic-j ally declaring againsi ihe govt-rnmnit granting any furiher public aid to ll'.e'