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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. August fl, THE LETHBItmaB DATLY ITKRALI) Page 3 For inside residential or subdivision property PORK PACKti-GRAIN MITFORD COMPANY WILL ASK PROVINIGAL GOVERNMENT TO ASSIST PORK PACKING FACTORY Mr. Lathrop Produces Evidence to Prove That Factory Here Would be Well Supplied With Hogs Advance in Mixed Farming Grain Inspection Point Here is Much Encouraged SEE THIS! For sale, new seven roomed, fully modern house, will tako va- cant property ns part of first payment; balance on easy terniB MONEY TO LOAN FiRE AND UFE INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Limited 1214 .One of the Finest Business Sites :iu North LcthbL'idge Lot close to Westminster Steal Market on 13tb St.. N., Price' J1600, 1-3 cash, balance and 12 months. This is -the best buy. on the street and we baliove the only lot south of 5th Avenue at the price. North Letkbridge Realty Fire Insurance Money to Loan: TO roomed fully -'modern'house, with or without furniture; close in.- The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1339, Give ui a trial for those harvest men you are needing. Satisfaction Guaranteed. T. H. Stagg Co. Employment Agency JOHNSON BLK. LETHBRIDGE I For sale. 160.acres, close to Tabor, per acre. Terras per acre cash, balance crop payments. Some excellent buys in Lethhridge property. See us before buy- Ing elsewhere. T.H. Employment Agency JOHNSON BLOCK LETHBRIDGE SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LANO MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance' Room 12, Hull Block, Phone 768. Room-207, Temploton Building. Salt Lake City Raymond Alia., Phone 5. Money to Loan For Quick Sale Flrsjt class grocery located. stock -and fiitures. Good .toVmi. Price actual cost ot Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock Phone 741 0. L. 'KIMBALL, Manager In 1911 Twelve Hundred Cars of Fruit Were brought' in from the United States Into Western Canada through one port of entry. It is estimated Fifteen hundred cars' for the jyime routing for 1912. Think it over .Farm O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Fsrmi Loam PHONE.1412 P.'o, DRAWER 646 Harris Olson Agencies Real Ejtste Creston Fruit Lan'ds Cm. Railway Accident Ins. Fire and Lift Inauranee C. P. R. Labor Agents General Employment Agency Agents.for'Oliver Typewriter Steamship Agents BROKERS- ROOMS 2 and BLOCK Lethbridge, Alberta If the farmers ot" .Southern Alberta, have by any chance obtained the idea that the Lethbridge Board of. Trade is not interested in their welfare, they should have In attendance at hist ntg-ht's meeting of the execu- tive ot the board and they woulti have been readily disillusioned. For lust nigbt wna'fannerc' night with the Board Trade. ilere ars some of the things aUvo- last night: 1. A pork packing plant for Lelhbridge, 2. That the provincial govern- ment renew its offer to establish a pork -packing plant in any cen- tre where the farmers of the sur: rounding country will guarantee to provide 'marketable'hogs The packing plant of- fered would cost and the farmers in the south will supply the necessary hogs inside two years. 3. A grain inspection point for Lethbrffjge. 4. That the C. P. R. and the provincial government d-epart- incut of agriculture be asked to consider the .matter of encourag- ing the farmers in the breeding of hogs and cattle by shipping to Smith-am Alberta as many full blooded male animals as might be- ueenied necessary to accomplish that object. That is a big propaganda for any Boawl of Trade to endeavor to t ploit, but the local board believes the future of Southern Alberta as mixed farming community, and any- thing that can be done to aid the farmers.will most certainly bc.douc. The Farmer Member to the Fore The matter'of .the rais- ing of hogs was 'brought up again by O. T. Lathrop who has had the matter in hand for some time, and- several letters were read from farnvars show- ing their interest in the action of the board in following the question up. The. following Is a sample of the let- t-ers received: Dear Sir 1 see by the Herald ihati you are interesting yourself in an abattoir and cold storage .plant for LcUibVidgc. I sincn'dy hope you will he successful in your ef- forts. I see you have estimated Milk River 1200 hogs and that may fce a fair estimate for this year, hut yon can multiply that by four for 1313. Kverybody is keeping'all'ijui sows thev raise so you can have a good idea as to what number of hogs fhcrc will be in the coun- try inside oi two years. came here in 1'JHI. had two six-weeks ottl pigs we raised from them last spring, 7 sows and 9 hogs from the 7 sows this spring we have 7ti young.pigs, over SOO per cent If we get fair- success we expect between 300 and 100 young pigs. arc only breeding once a year most of our neighbors nrc In-ceding twice. If -we ..can get a. fair market, for will, we intend growing 100 acres next year iind- allowing the pigs to harvest most of them. ,1 believe Alberta can raise ns good and as cheap pork as any country. you every success, I re- main, Yours truly, PAUL MAUGK SON7. Can Grow the Hogs Southern Alberta will raise hogs this year: Next year the num- ber will be increased to and the next year the mark will be reached. the Market But what is the of raising hogs if there is no market for the product? How is that market to provided? Those important questions were an- swered in part by a letter from W? P. Stevens, live stock commissioner of the provincial government in which he mentioned the offer made by the department of.agriculture two years ago that the department would erect a packing plant in any dis- trict that would' guarantee to furnish annually hogs to keep the plant in operation. An. appropriation of was made at that time for that purpose, but as no district saw fit to go into the hog raising industry enough to warrant the government following out its promise the money was turned into the gen- eral account, and is not now avail- able. Will Ask Government Aid But, if the Lethbridge country will raise those hogs the provincial government, is going to be asked to renew their offer lime it is not1 going-to go-by without a taker. mads a grain Inspection point. The matter was discussed fully last meeting. Last, night G. W. Green, who has pthe matter in hand, stated that the farmers and the grain ex- changes both at CaJgary and Winni- peg were supporting the board in ask- ing for a grain inspection point here, and when the board of grain com- missioners meets here this month they will be met by a large body of farmers who will support Lethljridge's claim. Other boards of trade In the iouth are being asked for their sup- port also. Mr. Gi'een gave figures last night which sho'wed that about ten 'mill- ion bushels of grain.passed through Lethbridge last year. This year the i amount will be greater, but even at these figures, there were cars of grain which might have been in-j spected here. Fifty cents per car is :he inspection fee, so that it is seen :hat the Lethbridge inspection point f one were established, would pro ride the government with S5QOO more annually with which to defray the expenses of the office. None of these points will tie overlooked when the commissioners are being asked to consider Lethbridge as the prob- able inspection point for Southern Alberta. It Simply Muat Come Lethbridge wants a lot of things, among them a land titles office for the south. This matter has been mentioned through th-s press before. Lethbridge is not alone In its stand fcv a land titles office here. A. H. 'been touring the south meeting the Boards of-Trade in the different towns, and the Boards of Trade in Champion, Carniangay, Vul- can, .Creek, Jlagrath, That has been settled beyond qucs-j Cole.man and Claresholm have all ex- iion, and the Board 'cf Trade knows! pressed their wish to have another of- that the farmers are standing behind tlvsm iu the" 'movement. No Doubt of Here is the proposition as Wieflj outlined by 0. T.' La'throp, himself practical farmer: Southern.Alberta is partly .irrigated. Irrigated farming and alfalfa go together; The south raises the best kind of barley. Alfalf and barley were especially made for hogs. Then if Southern Alberta can- not supply the government with 000 hogs annually for the operation of a pork packing plaint here, no-other district in Western Canada can, A. H. McKeo-wn, who has been tour- ing ihe south on matters connected with the land titles office for Leth- bridge, also stated that farmers all over the country were interested in tliis work oi the beard, and are ready tcf give their support, provided the; market Is assured, ami the farmers! are aided in getting on easy terms th-3 necessary stock to get a start In the industry. Ask C, P. R. to Help, Too The matter Is 'therefore to be taken up with both the department or agri fie established, meat of them mention- ing Lcthbriclg-c as the .most suitable point of location. Mr. .McKeown will continue hie work 'further during the ..next and wiir living in'a full report, at the next meeting of the executive. A couple of railway matters were also on thg boards. The board is riot {satisfied iha-t Lethbridge is getting-a square deal iu the matter of settlei's' rates -from Spokane. The matter, was up for discussioa last week but was tabled. Tt was decided last night that R. G. JIcN'eillie, district passenger agent of the C. P.'II., should be asked to look into the matter and endeavor to rectify obvious inconsistencies which, exist in the rates from the west to Southern Alberta. Chance For'Telegraph Competition The Western Union Telegraph Co. whose office in Lethbridge was cut out when the C. P, R. 'took over the A. H, I., wants to get a line Into this'city from Coutis, and U. G. Life, manager of the company's line, wrote Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Financial Brokers 'DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE NOS. 1210. 1007, The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSURANCE Real Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGiE No Interest SNAP No Taxes; CASH -PAYMENT: and up. Balance In 9 to 13 equal'annual The Vendor GUARANTEES Should the purchaser become unable from any ctuae payments, the portion, pajd for will be turned over to pro- vided the cash.and iwo Bubv'equent payments have been made: Death or total disability of the purchaser terminates ill el ments under the contract a'nd the property will be sold-AT AN AD- VANCE on the purchaie price within sixty days from said death and the full amount realized'from the sale paid over to the .estate of the purchaser or to whom-sb-ever he shall designate In the con- tract. Should the.purchaser desire, the vendor will'improve'the ..pro- perty during each year of the contract and pay to the purchwer 90 per cent of all the profits derived therefrom. This no gamble; no fake. Absolute security. Every'itaiamtnt made above it guaranteed and the guarantee backed by.a Quoad tun Government Deposit of over For.further particular! apply. John R. Revill 307-6th Street South Phones: .Office 1018J Real Estate, Insurance, Money to Loan. Residence 466 (r THRESHERS We Sfll CARP Steam and Gas Steele Separators.' All Blzea; liberal "terms. Aleo bolts, repairs and extras of all kinds. Order'from ut; Prompt Delivery Iowa Alberta Land Co. OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA' HOTEL PUT WIRELESS ON OCEAN AND LAKE the board -from Salt Lake City to our hogs ivc expect to have 1000 lo sell annually after next year. We have 15 of peas look- ing ns good as possihle. If they ripen 0. K., which no doubt they culture and the C. P. R department of natural, resources arid the board feels certain that, it will not be many years before Lethbridge will have ;i pork packing plant wh'lcli will give Uie farmers a market, for fhejr hogs, and which will, at the.' same time, provide the grant, raffling district tri- butiiry lo Loihbridge with all its de- mands in the line ot" pork. Good Arguments Here The farmers, millers and elevator men, in 'fact everyone interested in the grain 'bueincsb'T wisli-JLcthbridge that He asked .if there was 'any ollifr telegraph company whoae AS RESULT OF CONFERENCE. THE GOVERNMENTS MAY MAKE IT COMPULSORY Ottawa, Aug. is underslooi that one of the results of the recent international, wireless congress licit in London at which Canada'was-rep- resented by deputy minister of service Desharat-s and stiptrintendcnl lines they could use. or tele- of the Dominion'wireless; .Edwards, phone company had a line from will hc that'the pncrnnients Coults to Lethhridge. Ap.lt is pos- winmake wircless equipment on lake sible with proper instruments to vcssds L0mpulsorj UE-a telephone and telegraph instru- o b ments over the same circuits, the I n is recognized that no such strict provincial government, telephone regulations can be .enforced through lem will be asked if' an arrangement might be made with them to use theii j Lcthbridge-Coutts.line temporarily al least, thus giving Lethbridge the ad 1 vantage of having competition in tele. graph rnt.es. HERE! Six- lots, corner 7th Avenue and !9th Street South. Third cash, balance i and J2 months. Three lots, corner 7th Avenue and JSth Street South One-Third cash, balance 6 and .12 months. L, S. RIPLEY CO. ONLY CANADA REMAINS TO ACT LL THE WEST INDIA COLONIES RATIFIED TRADE AGREEMENT Ottawa, Aug. of the West India colonies concerned in the con- ference of last 'winter, have now rqti- t'ied the agreement, aiul it only re- mains for the Canadian Parliament to do the same. The agreement will be laid before Parliament as soon as it asscmbtag and nit location will he an early item on the government pro gramme. The disposing of the trade .meul proyer, "clears the way for two other important.. subjects pertaining to tho West Indies: sleainahip com nninic.itipn and _ cable connection. regard to each of these Canada agreed to co-operate vigorously with the colonies in obtaining improvement of present, conditions. With regard (o steamship subsidies, tho Canadian government, has under- taken to considerably increase Us ex- penditure tti promote a bettor ser- vice. Tenders have been called for, to be handed in by October 1; and (he steamship companies competing have he-en invited to submit a; variety of proposals, the entire problem being complicated. There arc two main services lo arrange for, one from iiada to Dem era ra, via the lino of col- onies known as the Leeward Islands; the other from Canada to Jamaica. Xine recent Queen's graduates have passed Hi-fi Saskatchewan medical council's examination and are free to practise there. A concrete bridge to cost will: be 'built over the old Welland canal at lock No, ANOTHER FORTUNE IS DISSIPATED New York, Aug. "great the Congress, but it is. said that the various representatives will recom- mend such'a. course of action'to the governments .which they represent. Al- ready, the demand for ators in Britain, owing the.reali- zation of the need of both a night and day operator which was impressed -by the Tittviic disaster, lias exceeded the supply, and advertisements have been appearing, asking for as many as 500 operators to fill the need; in Bri- tain alone. At the present time nwny. of the A BRITISH M. P. WAS SUSPENDED HE INTERJECTED.TOO MANY'RE- MARKS DURING A HOUSE OF COMMONS DEBATE London. Aug. the de- bate on llouae of Commons .veaterdaj, th-ere wag some considerable 'excitement, and one member was suspended. -Mc.CaIluin Scott, a Liberal member, several times made strong interjec- tions during the debate He wai warned by the Speaker on cue occasion, but without result At last the Speaker was forced to suV- pcnd.hfm, whererft Mr. Scott left tito [louse. The Appropriation Bill passed inal stage in (he House of .Commons ij the comparatuelj small majority of to 182. The NatidnaliBts and Lloerals combined, managed' to iave the government. Jas, Hodges, M.A., pastor, of he church at Oshawa, as accepted a call, to Mlnnedocii, Ian. ENGINES of alt kinds Repaired All Work Guaranteed Niven Bros. Machinists 517-5111 Si., fortune" was dissipate.! yesterday hy.l vessels plying on the Great Lakes are cold'matter of fact, olliciaj figures. It yet equipped with the apparatus, that of L'ol. Louis I'restwich the chief reason being that there was Ilouciucltp.. L'ol. Kouquctlc, who scrv-'little land communication available ed with distinction with the British Two new stations have, however, just army in .South .Africa, was taken'to Dce" opened, namely, Midland and lis home al 2311 Seventh Ave., .July Tobermory, both of which are now 126, with a fractured skull. He died operating within a lew days I from his injuries, lie was manager tlierc will be a station in operation lot the Excelsior Quilting company. at the Soo. It was said of the Colonel that'he Midland will command the' Geotgi- had a fortune of .about iail Hay westward, while Tobcrmoiy and there was a suggestion that Im will command the same water easl- was robbed before hc was taken home ward and also Lake Huron Tlir Boo willi .1 filial. Injury. station, when Application was made yesterday for range all over Lake oiipenor to Port a letter of administration on the e.s- at an Aaic late. His next of kin are a son and daughter, M anil .10 years old spectively. They live in Hray, Uerk- sliirc, Knglalid. The value of the t'ol- 'micl's estate, all personal, was set forth .Miss Ella, Pouliet ot Cedar Hall, P. E. I., was- -owned when a gasoline launch present station at the latter point will'be supersede.! by a more up-tc date apparatus and equipment. At I.cuijsevillc. Quebeo. the mills of tho TouvIKe Lumber Company were burned with heavy loss. A gasoline launch belonging to T. C. Thompson of Ucllcrille was burn- ed on the Day of Qulntc, ALL SNAPS buys 76 ft. x ft., cor- ner, price above ii only two blocks from Central school tMo lots on 6th South. Price balance in one and two years. buys two lots close in; price M500, above lots near 3rd Ave. South. buys 25 lots Lakeside, price JlyO.OO each; above lots are level atid near Henderson Park. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsiey Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock 7th St. ;