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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL fi. 1918 flffi LRTHBMDGK DAILY HERALD PACE NTNg C. S. NOBLE IS SPENDING fi SMALL FORTUNE IN OPENING UP THE BIG CAMERON RANCH double shlfi* night and day, to rip j dp the l.'i.iini] (icri'M to hfl seeded. Those tr:ictnrs art- ploughing at the,! rate of tn miles :i ilny. To Interest Hit' men HtUl morn In (his unique tin dertakfng Mr Noble has arranged a system iif premiums, for the best rec-nnl In ploughing for 'ho drivers of the tractors, it in 1 In' will spend flAQO In tills way Of this I.'i.ihmi acres to bo broken up, r.oiio will be seeded to flax, and ."mill will tn' In snmmorfallti'V. The remainder will ho in oats and wheat An iinny of nun will In- employed (luring I hi' summer and harvest time strurtion* In regard to this matter C. P.. R. Will Look After Them Hon. Oilman .Marsall Informed t committee that arrangements ii b*�n made by wblrli the mml mo cipalltles would take rum of (lr th" riussiaa some e*trema> It has bee� ii n emergency The opening up of the bin Cameron i ranch, north-east of Ibtirli1k�-. one of the last ' >, twin In southern Al berta to come into possession of crop producers, will piny a bit: part ki the. greater production cii-iih � 'i: '!ibt i.e. Hon of the wcRt thin nj>rIik-T C. S. Noble, oI >:..l.i. .. � i>�>' completed tin- purchase, from tlm Cameron estate of New York. the 1;,-: section of what will practically .mi prise an r.ntlm township of the i.un nag old two township ram li, and in keeping with Ills policy of retting cv ory possible acre of wild lain! in his MILLINERY ECONOMY K.h Yon cm fre^hpu npyimr Old Straw Hnti, or t alee new vn+t. it tlity �rr* imt the color yon 'I'">ire�.'iii(f t r-color with 'DY-O-LA' STRAW HAT COLOR. Ptttnpin lilrirk, Line, N".vy Blur, Tan, lirown, Green, Cardinal, and Purple. Handy little brn�h with *�ery bnttlr. iVrfcrtly simple, Simply perfect, . , try IT! ASK your Druggist or Dealer fur DY-O-LA Straw Hat Color THE Never-Failing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorder:, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often caused by Gail Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one in ten Call Stone Sufferers knows what Li the trouble. Marlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. J.W. MAR LATT & CO I �l ONTAIt'f} ST, TOROKTO G.VT.S possession into crop, has preparations now under way to rip oppn almost the entire township wiih tin- plow Owm 2U.CO0 Acre* of It i Mr. Noble now owns a total of *',I":t sections of this ranch, or approxl mately Eo.ct.d acres, and oi this tract j lie will hnvrt this year, flax. oats. � wheat and siiimnerrallow,' about l."i.-i i.on acres. This wllj he in addition m al'oiii anno aires mori) of crop on !'is \arioiiM oilier I'arttiH in southern Al heilH. His chief attention this spring ii centred on t'.ie Cameron. 'I'll' :;iKlit. of such ;' lini;e tract of will land is an eyesore to him. and he is risking a fortune in putting ii into; seed. j When Mr. Noble first heraiue inler-csted in thi- Cameron, and purchased; nearly half of it. and laid his plans tc put It in crop, the first thing he did was to hulld a graileil road II inile.i from Nolilelord clear across to the Cameron. No sooner was liiU road conipleiiil than it became peopled with trucks and mains and wagons of all sorts and descrip;ions haulini; lumber ajul supplies to the new ram h $50,000 In Buildings, Etc. Mr. Nobles plan fo break up 1 ."�.**r this uinler-taking. The first thinf? he did al'ler grading the road, which cost him about $41)1)11. wa� to haul lumber to I get up the requisite buildings. j The transformation at the Cameron in the. past few months hatt been won-j derful. Two members of the Herald staff were guests of Mr. Noble last week In a trip over the undertaking, and to say the least, his accomplisli-'m��nts thus far are amazing. A Little Town Just at the top of the hill overlooking the Kittle llow river, from when' the ranch stretches east and north and smith to the Old Man river, a regular town has sprung up To house bis machinery g:Mig for engine repairs, Air. Noble has built a huge machine shop. To house his grain and his horses and oilier stock he has built a bam sn feet by l,">n. To house the several hundred ui"n that will work on the ranch during the summer he has bitllt. the most up-to-date hoarding houses. To house his autos he has built a garage. Then there are numerous tool houses and granaries and other buildings necessary to the operation of a big ranch, not to mention the handsome bungalow of (he foreman, and bis office building. In addition, Mr. Noble has installed his own electric lighting plant on the place, and has four wells giving good water. Not only this, hut he has provided for all rontlngen ties in the way of water supply by damming up the coulees In the vicinity which will give him ample water supply. An Army of Tractors TIiIk week ten of the biggest steam tractors made, hauling, ten ploughs and a drag each, in addition to two gas tractors, are working at top speed, on the ranch. Mr Noble lias paid for this land all the way from $1.". to I'd per acre. In all his farms be has now over f1.ii1>".-(Mm invested. The Cameron (he biggest oroposillotl he tackled. Or rarmn in S. Alberta-C R. Will Supply Sped For Their Farms A London theatre which reads r Momhproof, Tin i'r Dolng HID Bit has a iiiii-i I it: 1 i , i, ' '� 1111' 11111. Hi. .I.i He .1.1 Apr Hince m'l'mi 1! u M.l . if ,imi- - � uiini � it pai|i--i' pripe- ti It,in -irgaui/a. ion of the (!ef-i > t isoin is in Siberia into " dengue! to tei/e con-i.iiitry or ihe taking pun-n'tii'lis 'inutile to the vl�- i ! ''- eat 'luantlty 0 ' Oil at V!;>'::- � Ii lh Kred (S|.. . l.'ll t. I iilmoiitoii. Apr I. A . C.lelchen. is ini rodiicing lion in -i tie legislature to aim stray animals act as follows: owing to the verv great cost i from time to time to the ranch":-.- of this provlnci lliK tngi'llier his and cattle, we an I lavls. M a inn-nil the That ntailed farmers anil . in collect-r her Htrtly horses of the opinion that p. great expense can' be -aved. and a much greirter protection oii hU or her premises or running at large in this vicinity. Must Report That every farmer and rancher be compelled by legislation, under a penalty to report any and all strays upon l.H'ir premises on or before the fifteenth day of December, in each eve'ry year, to the secretary of local improvement district of the nicipality in which they reside that the local secretary furnish copy of the said list of strays as reported to the provincial police in that district and the provincial police in that district will in tutu, between the fifteenth day of Pec-ember and the 'irst day of .lanuary in each and every year, make a personal examination of all si rays so reported and send to this i government a certified list giving a | description of (he brand, nnd the names of the persons in whose charge ; they are in. and that tins government cause a complete list of all strays so reported throughout the province, to be published In s,uch daily and weekly papers also such trade journals that they may think advisable. That any person proving ownership of said horses or cattle may take possession of same by paying ti charge to be regulated by this government. |Bp�, lal to the llrrn Kdmonton. Alta April An ur gent demand by tin farmer.* for mar ried farm help is the latest phase of ranch Is | u,r, �prlog labor situation according has yet u,,^,,, announcement hy Hon Human I Marshall In the legislature Kridiy af ternoon. The call had come from the southern part eif the province where seeding la now actively in progress Mr .Marshall said he had had n great many epquirles from farmers as to the wages being paid, and he wished to point out. that the department was not fixing any price for labor. The department was trying to bring the hired man and the farmer together, but the average wage paid the I'M who had been aent out of the Calgary of , flee for spring, and summer work was �i."i ;i month Some men who could i run tractors received more, ami otiiers, wl:o had little training a little less There was a larger demand for married men now Eliminate Mail Carrier* II J. Montgomery said that if pen pie in the cities would go for their mail quite a number of men now carry- [ lug letters could be released for farm) work He commended the suggestion | to the minister of agrii uliure to take | up with the Dominion aiithorittes. i The question of the supply of seed | grain to settlers requiring If this > season was raised by F Davis (Jlei cheu. who brought up the case of resi-', dents of his constituency who held i c. |>. R. land, and could not get seed because the railway company would not, give the nceessa.-y guarantee required Of ihe owner. Quettlon of Seed Premier Stewart explaining that it was not the intention to undertake the supply of every one with seed grain, but those who had been hailed out or had suffered loss of crop in some mich way declared that the C. P. It. should take the required responsibility in regard to people who lived on their land. If a large corporation refused fo give security on the land, and the government would have to 'come to the rescue it would mean a very heavy burden on the province. Personally he would insist on the C. P. ft- bearing their responsibility the same aa other owners of land, and he would not hesitate telling them so. Mr. Davis said the agents got their instructions from Montreal and they hafl informed him that they had no in- Double Your Worth and the tnu-and a The valuable man is the efficient man. Efficiency cannot be without health and happtneaa. "Oione" your ayatem on an Indian. Relax youraelf for tin hour or two each day to the abaolute enjoyment of the vital apeed beneath you. You'll work better and faater for it. You'll earn mora. You'll help your country. HENDEE MANUFACTURING CO Count tha Indian* as they flash by like Mora of them than of any other make. The rraicn ir. tha Indian's undoubted goodness. The Powerptus Motor has more sp�cd and powar tlian any other stock motor in existence. The Cradle Spring Frame which no other machine can use, smooths the bumps of the roughest road. Exclusive Indian features and bin improvement a in every detail, make this the one great machine for all-round motorcycling comfort and value. set around Save* time, too. You quickly. You produce double your worth. Indian dealers will tell you of worth of motorcycling. They show you how easy, and clean economical it is on an Indian. You the will and They will ahow you the many excluaive Indian features that make thia the greatest motorcycle in the world. SPRINGFIELD, MA�S. sunbeams. Loh>esf in cost, operation and upkeep. D. E, McDONALD Lethbridge m BIG FIRE IN TORONTO Toronto, Apr. 6-The Galena Signal Oil Works, Uoyce and Campbell Ave., West Toronto, broke out in flames shortly before 1 o'clock today and is still burning furiously. Within a few minutes the third alarm had been i sent in. The large plant is situated on a wide street and the firemen are working desperately to confine the blaze within the narrowest limits. Nilson Tractors aas��MsaaBsss�ssss�aBssaB�ass�s���ss���ssssssB�ssBsas��SBasass��sssss�BSj -are Good Tractors Built for long life. Mechanism all enclosed, running in oil. Dust proof. � Great tractive ability with light weight. Not a soil packer. AH parts designed for rigorous service. Nijson tractors scarry no dead weight. Prove our claims by investigating these tractors. Repair Parts at Lethbridge and Calgary W. F. HEIDEL TENDERS Tenders will he received by the Board "of Managers oi The United Church of Milk liiver. for the erection of a church at Milk Itiver. Plana and specifications can lie seen at the ' office of 1. Mantle or V. J. Coaten, Milk River. Alta. Rights reserved to reject any or ail bids. A deposit of lti'-J, of bid will be required with each hid. l\ 3. COATK8, Ad H Chairman. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS DEALER 411 FOURTH AVENUE,8. LETHBRIDGE IN THE E8TATE OF J08EPH MAXWELL BOULTBEE, Oeceaaad: The credltora of JOSEPH MAXWELL BOUKTUEE, late of Coutta, In the Province of Alberta, (and formerly of Paris, in the Province of Ontario,) deceased, who died on or about the twenty-second day of April, 1915, and all- others having claims against ot entitled to share in the Estate, are hereby notified to aand, by post prepaid, or otherwise deliver, to the undersigned Administrator, on or before the 110th day of April, 1018, their christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, and full particulars of thejr claims, accounts or interests, and Hie nature ot the securities, if any, held by them. Immediately after the said twentieth day of April, 1H18, the asset* of tbe said intestate will be distributed amongst the parlies entitled thereto, having regard only to claims or Interests of which fiie Administrator shall then have notice, alia all others will bo excluded from the auk! distribution, NATIONAL, TRUST CO., LTD., 22 King St. E., Toronto, Ont. Administrator. James C. Haight. Waterloo, Ontario, its Solicitor herein. DATED at Waterloo, Ontario, this l�th day of March, 1'JiS. Ad P Special Announcement WE HAVE TAKEN THE SELLING AGENCY FOR THE WELL-KNOWN MASSEY-HARR1S IMPLEMENTS AND CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH ANYTHING YOU REQUIRE FOR FARM USE NOW ON SHORT NOTICE OUR OTHER LINES ARE: Aultman-Tayior large Tractors. Threshers all sites, the kind that saves the grain, equipped with Garden City Feeders. Twin City Tractors, aO sites now in stock ready for immediate use, with a first-class expert from the factory to show yon how to handle them. Stewart Sheaf Loaders. A carload of Emerson Engine Plows in three or four bottom sizes, breaker or stubble and quick detachable shares. Another car of Lauson Tractors just unloaded and more following. Call in and get our prices or phone 1295. McClenaghan & Taylor Sinnott Block Opposite Alexandra Hotel � LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;