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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMpER 1, 1916 PAGE SEVEN BAKING POWDffi Madefrom cream of tartar derived from grapes. Best lor good food and good health. NO ALuiwS Prank M. G. Friend, yardmaster at Buffalo for the Nickel Plate railroad, believes the eight-hour day would In- crease drinking among railroad switchmen because they would fcavo more leisure. The GV-P. Ii., has just announced the details, of, Its scheme for. the settlement of 4 war veterans 'on the land after.the war. ment Is of special interest'to Loth- bridge for the', reason that prepara- tions for one of the colonies Is being made north at Coaldale where 40 farms .-V8-lifting made1 ready. This colony, which' will be for veterans who wish' farms already partly improved, will be only one of a number of colonies throughout the west. The Lethbrldge' colony will ft rfindy-made farm'colony while the company will also set where veterans will be to make OWn Improvements.'; In tlie Lethbridgo colony be a central control farm which will be operated by a', farm superintendent who will look after the welfare of the farmers ;ot: the'colony. i "THE man who buys Hosiery finds exactly what he wants in Penmans. Liberal weight, even knit, smooth iand rich. Nothing so satisfying to those pampered mem- bers, the right, feels right and priced right. The name is Parent andi boy (Ilka In- variably phased with the super- lor line of-boyV clothing wi have Hocked. If you ara not satis- fied with' yeufc boy.' elcthss, if they do not give him a manly appearance OR have net the avid- ness of good tailoring bring him to eee our nude by the well known firm, Good tailoring, style' and fit give these clothing a character. SUITS AND THE TAibUK FRED THAELL ui THmo AVI. The details of the whole !aad set- tlement scheme aro given in state- ment recently issued by. the com- pany. Here are some of the more important facts: Only Veterans Arc Eligible Only those are eligible who can produce proof of service in the Ca- nadian, unit of the British nrmy or in the'-British army oi; nnvy, are mar- ried, of physical fitness and have had previous experience In agriculture. Candidates are lo ajijiear be- fore an examining committee before a contract is entered Into. Two Kinds of farms Two kinds of farms will- be avail- able for colonization improved farms and assisted colonization farms. In the first case, a limited number of farms in selected colonies, with distinctive military names, will )e improved, previous to occupation, j by the erection of a house, bara, and fence, the provision of water supply and the breaking of 40 acres. Live- stock, implements and seed grain will, where necessary, be provided; In the assisted colonization scheme, In which an almost unlimited amount of and will 'be available, farms will be :irst selected by ttie intending'colon-1 sts, and then improved by them with; assistance from the comjsmy in the way ot advances of build-as and fenc- ing" material, livestock, implements, and seed grain. Candidates Are examined In cases where Hie examining com- mittee is satisfied that the colonist is unable io provide living expenses: :or himself and his family during the j first year of his occupation, financial assistance, in the way of cash ad- vances not exceeding one-half the value of any work done by the pur- chaser in permanently iisjiroving the farm may be made. A Central Control Farm On each farm colony a central control farm will be estab- lished and operated by the company, I in charge of a colony superintendent.; The colonist's operations will be reeled with the advice of the super-, intendent, and the central farm w.M' be .used for purposes of dembnstra-; tion, to maintain service animals and to Keep on hand larger and more expensive machinery which the vidual farmers would probably not be. able to buy at first, for the use of! which a fixed daily charge will be made. Assisted colonization farms, will also receive the benefit .of in-i structive'directions given by the com-, pany's inspectors. Bona-Flde Settlers 1 Land vfill -be sold to bona-fide set- tlers only, settlement and occupation being the basis of the contract Evi- dence wiU be required periodically that this requirement has, been com: plied with. The maximum amount of land .sold to one man is 160 acres under the .improved farm scheme, with a reduction of 80 acres in the oaee'of Irrigable land, and 320 acres of non-irrigable land under the as- sisted colonization sqheme" but ad- joining land will he.as far as pos- sible -reserved, for future extensions and for pasture. Terms The terms of payir.sat, provided are very easy. In the assisted coloniza- tion scheme, land will :be: Bold on a twenty-year basis, and the first pay- menf will not be duo until two years after the date of the contract. In the Improved farm seSsme, the colonist will occupy the as tenant for three years, and will not be required to make any payment in the nature of rent until the end of three years, when an amount equal, to-six per cent, on the cost of permanent im- provements will be charged for each year that has passed sines the col- onist went Into occupation. The col- onist will at that date enter into an agreement to purchase thp land on a tweaty-year basis, and will make his first payment on account of that contract one year later. No water rental will be charged tar the first two years on Irrigable (and. The cost ot permanent improvements and any cash advances made will In the case of both schemes be added to the purchase price of the land and there, by spread over a twenty-year basis of 're-payment. Livestock, imple- ments and seed will be-secured-by lien notes or mortgages. A Business Scheme The announcement concludes: The project has been formulated and brought into force with a keen de- sire on the part of the company to do Its share in lecognlztng the work of men who have fought for the em- pire, and who desire to take up farm-1 ing at the close of-the war; and while It is recognized that the scheme must of necessity contain something of philanthropy In the way of easy, terms and material assistance IB the earlier years of the colonist's efforts, It is not intended to do otherwise than 'ad- minister those farms on a thorough- ly business-liks basis, or to allow them to be taken up except by men who are in earnest in their Intention to try and make success of farm- ins; and who 'have qualifications to justify an- expeijta- tion h DIVIDENDS FOR New Consolidated Gas Company thn New York Edison Company and their affiliated gas and electric companies have' announced I that they would hereafter pay to all employes who are earning a I year or less per cent, on their sal- aries, which is the dividend paULto the stockholders. There" are employes -vill participate In (his profit-sharing plan, and the amount to' be paid to them, it was said, would, aggregate a year. i I The Republican Iron BtMl Company and the Brlel HID i Company of Youngstown, Ohio, i ploying more ai- nouncti t) 10 per cent.-wsie BUNK NO. 1 Ladies' Boots We will place on the bargain Table in Bunk No. 1 a line of Ladies' Dress Boots, AVorUi pair consisting of (patent leather vamps, cloth or dull kid tops. "Buttoned or laced. Saturday GET HERE LADIES. BUNK NO. 3 Ladies' Boots BunlrNo. 3 consists of Ladies' Boots in var- ious lines. Dorothy Dod Gunmetal, gray cloth top, stamped Patent leather button, neat kid top military heel, welt, worth Ladies' Patent Leather, gray kid top, A dandy. Take your choice Saturday, Decem- ber 2nd, for BUNK NO. 2 Ladies' Boots In Bimk No; 2 we will give you Patent Leather, cloth top; patent leather, tan kid top; Dongola Blucher, patent tip. These boots were worth up to per pair. For one day only we will sell them for BUNK NO. 4 Men's Work We will put in, Bunk No. 4 a line of Men's Work Boots, tan or black. Leather lined. This boot is usually sold for We will only sell them at this price Saturday, December 2, We have just received a large shipment of Ladies' high cut Boots in Lace and Button, and an excep- tionally fine line of high cut Lace Vici Kid Boots. Latest styles and all width lasts. We fit your feet here-no misfits. If you are not satisfied your money back. "Satisfaction is Our Motto." We carry a large range ii> all the Latest Novelty Boots. Look Them Over The Cut Rate American Bpot Shop ;