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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Februar 1'ES-LETJH BRIDGE DAILY -HEKALD Page 3, The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes of investments. Investigate as much us you like- You will [nil to fb.d anything that overythiug considered, ay aliniclivc a lniy as FAIliMOXT. Come in-and talk it over. F f I r. v. L iwes Norih American Life Assurance Cc., London Guarantee and AccSdoni Phoe'ilx Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, J -OFFICSS Edmonton, LETHBRIDQE, High River, Nanton, fr THKSK OVEIJ 4 fcli.'.eunier William and-Dtirferin, JI.OOO ouch, "stiaji" each. 4 and Home's, fJ30 each. hal. C and J2 months on the above properly. Si., 1530 each. L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHONC 1014 OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. AT LESS THAN MARKET TK1CE 2 Block 12S, close to Courilind St. etch. n Block 123 ruiiniue south from lane; only 1365 etch; 4 aad 6 moi. R. V; GIfeBONS CO. Ott Slock thii a sale and sure -investment..- NORTH LETHBKIDGE HEALTH CO, WEiTMINITIrVROAD. PHONE S36 TME Q: W. 'j. T. Manager These Great Snows Mean Great Crops -year buy 9ffiaie is U> near old fair. grounds to Eo'r ?ilo each 'on Small wish payment, and small monthly pay- W. H. -JOHNSON LAN I) (JO. -JOHN SON 'giL.OCK 323 FIFTH ST. SOUTH We only a .few of uiir bargaiiisi left -Medicine -Hal, and i lie .first" thing yon know., yoii will he I a re for getting in on ihe '.iron ml floor. V1 x -befure 'buying. THE EXCHANGE Avr.Soulli i Moiifsy to Loan. Firr Insiiraiirr. 10 Onr l ail hind us. FIRST THRESHING OUTFIT TO ENTER GRAND PRAIRIE The Machinery is Now Being Purchased in Ed- monton by Settlers in that Fertile District-- They Have Banded Together, and Sub- scribed Enough to Make Payment THEIR HOPE IS IN UNCLE SAM Interests Opposed to Ad- option of Reciprocity Treaty The H. MACBETH AGENCY JNSURANCE SHERLOCK LETHBR1DGE CAD CATC .Furnished House and seven r V A. acing east on William St. for HMmonion, Jan. ihf course [of a fe-.v days P. 0. Poole, of Reaver furoiih'ed two-roomed sliact, just wltli ciiy wMtwr. on fwo Sit feei. by fepr. Terms flO" cash.' Ralau-ce'ln 3. 6. 9. 12 and IS I will leave Edmonton for er ihari ben ting it all out by hand. (Grande Prairie "with the first, thresh- jiiiK outfit. heavy expense, it Is a good denl clieap-; s as ]L i d pxnpnae :'lrVl against i wil" States. Libnral newspapers ihis point out. thai the voters of Great Britain; umki' ;i fatal jnisiakr if vlie praulr of a small of in Toroiito, of which Prairie, have hart recount to the i j methods-of primitive man In 'some "Tf on.Gramle Prairie- iing t.he grain from the straw. i "They have-already asked me to se- HIP voice of Hie JJotr.iiiion. .One Farmers landed Together i1PM a sile ssid Mat-'j correspondent says, after exhaustive Last fall, howpvor. a nnmbpr "if Ine-v derided to enquiry, cabU-s, tho provihces farmpi-F-nn-the inUl- no expense will prove an ojitario. stroncly for" ro- od together and decided 10 :is they havp unlimited cjjirocity, ami threshing ontfij. In anticipation their disposnl." this, the crop of I'.MO has lofr i A Boer to the Ncrth Rfandin? in t.he Blades to await for I Tho arrival of a mill at Grande We' wmiit your farm loans. Money T I1, >nort notice. A few bargains "iff the Timfs is a. metnher ihetu the inajor- for in the separator so 1 ''''airie would prove a grpai. hoon 10 that, threfihins: will not take place be-jX" thft people of the north. "If peo.- fore the spring-of were assured, of a miil in Hrnnde From Lodgt Prairie next winter would sow This was i lie information Kiveu by a'sreat deal more Uud to wheat next H. .Johiipon, of Beaver Lodge, who -year." one-farmer informed ihe Bui- reached Edmonton last "Hour sells from llfl -Jo ?J2 A, numh-jr of j hundred at Grande Prairie. Last Grande Prairie people are alrendy a quarniiy from Allie :Edrnonton making arransemnins the purchase maqhine. Pooie who'has'lhe contract will arrive for [Brick at. Peace River ('rousing. Mr. price there ?fi.SO per The 'shows the }tf adopted hy the higprsi iiy tlip ministry ever, obtained. Tin- last hope of Hie imperial prrfcrcnce parly is in the Uniicd States atc, which a .part of- the l.Vonists press asserts is by inter-j esis wiiicli block the Tail pro-; j at ;hat price he did not have in a few flays, and. return journey JenoiiEh wheat." will he becifn as soon as the' machine! A Problem in hoMgrht. i -The Jirrival-nf such numbers of scr- Will Use 'fffru in drfii'd proved a to beginning: Ihe trip. problem, as f.ii-iiiine prodvictK ;he wheels he and run- -are .st'xndR m allowinp'rh" a bushel, oais ai ?2. potatoesi ai. er'ro hauled without ta kink it rolThe iniuiber? will) I jniake a ntill more troublesome j Mr. _ Mnhiipon BnileMn j tinn some Fiich meHU? of thai one? a tak-ii.wjinp local prortucr? ip With Orandp Prairie, there would ample no railrosd and a five hundred mile business for 'l-'; Uvajcon roarf to travel, it a? if "There is inoro marker wheat ?uch nipthods he a', for for incoming to tlif situation. IvOR RENT FURNISHED jetl modern verv uloso in. 1 possession. bargains .-in. houses, in iho MEANS MUCH TO ALBERTA CATTLE i AS for Alberra. it means rbat we have] I The markets of his American cir-j j Minnenpolis, Paul, and C'hl- 1 csgo before us. Stimulate Cattle Feeding i "Hut the fprilf presses Views on Reci- procity Arrangement. A GOOD BUY (i Loi.s- Smith onl KtJmonlon. i will do inorp lo sUmi.ttaie feed- n f- A i iiril? e'3P- w'" ?ivp Minister Ot Agriculture to the livestock Indus- it ry-here. Immicration. too. v.-ili h? j Helped ilir nomine: ot' the Aineri- can tn A lor of ralile too will be I noittlit in Hie and broiicbt. hero! Tlmt. the pro-j to feed, a? AMievta undoubtedly arransspment? witlijthr- premier area of western States y.-MI prove crpni I America. I to Alherra and Canada j Ihf; Cbiea.un is thP opinion of Hon. j Ke: t P- Mi? thtng_ cun .Marshall. .Minister of u> t ho Chirac! (f Tvr.o asked his views on the tariff. rmm here, pnid .lniv! I ho kei't acres en bloc AVe own this .fine tract near .Running-' "best of grass, In yielded 40 "buskeis per acre, We- will subdivide or sell enbloc. price is low and our tf nns fasy. have other smaller Viver Son; hern Albenn. >Vr own all ihr lor sale.- nwi for ihnt reason- ifnu.s yon rannoi If you warn A ILomi yon should Farm Security Company AVhitucy j eri immitration. "1 think fhr wiping onr of the duty nn wheat nnri rattlo more than anything elPf to said of ApriniUnre. _ hy ,hp Iarirr W'est Will Get to J At K number political "Tlie of duty rattle" ln" Marsrhall de- the that the moPt important ihtijd raso market, the live-stock i10rn in m Namrnlly h" Is much arp Tor> stork. I v'onlrJ have1'bis rnminx into effect. I or rattte on thp 1 regard of far! himnelf ap highly risked more Imnortanre. Tor ?h? anmuiiT re-ad men t 'if the tariff, esper- a farmer invests in ma-i ially resperr to rattlr. ;ry. tioep not ordinarily "n 'ht rh" value of his oatUe. i rhe wsp the arnioHiu-e- rte rsmoval of tbe duty on wheat i of >5r. Sbpf.-. who wap formerly ar Can you beat this? means mat wheat, can RO to Tbe j lartte Minueapolip wills. J'Hcef paid; at plevatofK here at the present time' j are lo'A it oushi. TO! j menu pomethinc the wheat of! I'anada to find a market', (Here. Of the price on the j mirketp will to Tn as Inne: as tbr I'nhed; I to ex-' I ron then v have a markinj In the j Vlie tariff change? sffectitic dairy, 1 will b-? valuable icrs of Ontario TO tnose hTp. i have hart fi Ktvirt fo; iii Vi'Kon. I'll-? citizen -if the United i EARTHQUAKE DECREASING .Mflir.Iln. ifpnorl at tne torfay the de- oi esrth shocks. Vn ofllctals are imwIlliTic assume the fmm .Mount are ahatinz. EIGHT PASSENGERS CARRIED Kranop. Kitht ith a cvrnpine.'l weigh? of in a four-seated inuiiopJone Vat; aprolrome q record for ?he II lots. I, nil ii-V- r! hits. siltlMtnL lil will IK- ihr srlfci Ilic c-iiy. for quirk salt1. KMSV The Dowslej- McMillan Land Co. Sherlock Building 3rd Ave. and 7th St. AGENTS Plonker Insurants Co. Pacific Cosst rirc Ins. Co. Allisnct Fire Insurance Cc- Grprtd TrunV PR, Townsits.% LOOK AHEAD! Real Will Sn-rolv Advance in the Near" I-.u in re. Buy Now! (j lots nn Till Avenue, blocks from new site. fe H 1'Iock A loxaiuler', 1230-each, Wr luivr scvVrrtl hnyrrs for vo'ur ASQUITH LINDSEY'f ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS- Dolsv.'arc Fire Ins. Co. Western Assurance Co. Washington Fire Ins. Co. Columbia Fire Ins. Co. PHONE M83 Co., Of London, Bag. 3S 307 Act Quick For Fine Build- ing Lots for 1 Ins on 6th Are, (Courtland St.) npar Ernrsr. oncli for L> lots on inne. fnrine for 2 lnt< i4ih Si. (Eniosi.) for 2 lois on r'ourt- laud (Oih Ave.) ajid Krnrsi {I4iii St.) The Dowsley-McMillao Land Co, tfiierlwk on 7th A. M. AUKXTS I'irr I nsuranre Pnr-ifir Firr Firr (innt'f Townsitos, ;