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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUKSDAY, KKHRUARY 5, J911 THB r, ETlIUIMIXiE DAILY II i: 11 A D 1'AGE THREE NOCHA Your judgement will tell you, that good level irrigable land such as these Acre Tracts are, has an actual intrinsic value of more than per acre for Market Garden- ing, Poultry and Hog Raising Purposes and lieing located only one- half mile from the limits a city which has (he unquestioned fut- ure of Lethbridge is hound to in- crease in value rapidly. "Think this over." These Acre Tracts nre within walking distance of the Street Car Line, whii-li would en- able a purchaser to live (here and carry on business or work in the City. Cows, poultry and hogs could he kept and enough pro- duce raised on une acre or more to support a family. This would solve the high cost of living prob- lem. "You might think this over, and don't forget this when you are fhinking." MONEY "ABSOLUTELY Willi your money itiwraiileed, nmmil aH'ord 1i> miss llu- impiii-Uiuity of as many acres in (lie KAN K 1'LA Civ as you can alVoni at lite low price acre and (lie easy terms of casli and jier month, or quarterly (onus if .desired. We Will Insert This Clause in Your Agreement: "If at the time the last payment is made the purchaser prefers all back with bankable interest instead of a clear title to the pro- perty, the Vendor agrees to refitnd same.'' Wottld you rather have your money in the Bank drawing 3 Per Cent. Interest than in this-pro- position -which will at least assure you the same and with almost a ceitainty of making yon 1OO Per Cent or More Profit? In view of the fact that we are selling this land in One Acre Tracts from to per acre LESS than what land in same vicinity can be bought for en bloc, should be sufficient proof that these ACRE TRACTS ARE DIRT CHEAP AT SO.OO P If i( (iikvs all you make to pay your living at the- end of a year you are jusl where you .-.lartcd- If you buy an Acre Tract or more in the KANE PLACE ;md handle it ritthl. it will make a living for you and you will have your salary' to the good, and hu- sidcs the assured growth of Leth- bridge will enhance the value of your property 100 per cent, or more in a very short lime. The taxes and water right will not amount to more than 51.50 an acre year, until (his property is taken into the city, and then you can afford to pay city taxes. Are you going to let this oppor- tunity pass without taking advan- tage of it? Investigate this pro- position and reason it out for yourself. Call at our office and we will help you lo investifafe it. REFERENCE: Any Bank in Lethbridge OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE 1425 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS Nn. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. Northern No. 5 Northern No. 1 Ked No. 2 tied No. 3 lied No. J licit -NO. 5 ticii Closed Door" at Bijou Tonight Miss Fiorenco Lau-ronce, Iho popu- lar and uoleil actress is seen al ber The play -o i heat In "Tho Closed Door." 60 1 has Just enough singer in it lo tnako j Hit; story while, and tho Bijou confident in rccommendl-ie this i picture to their patrons as a veal treat j in dramatic art. Week-End at the Sherman' Despite tho very inclement weather. ll? house of amusement is still re- taining its popularity and the class of enttilainmcnt provided exceptionally good. For the week-end, the present- ment Tvill .be of the visual high stan- dard. Krankiyn Gale. Co.. arc. dra- matic artislc-s, and in n very clever sketch arc sure to approval. Musi- cal Fletcher has a distinctly novel act, obtaining music from ala'Dr-i. anythng; liyom, Yorkc fc Fay are a trio ITS and dancers uho arc in any city they visit us r. banner attrac- tion on any Till I. -'Miie sensational comedy acrobats, compete a vaudeville offering of guaranteed ex- cellence, and vllli four of the liust in photo-play, tne nrosramir.e. is one that must appeal to all lovers of high- class amusemer.t. THURSDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg, "i.-The U.ilay ivere, Wlieat-- Oats- May Jlay UiilV Open L'lose ODj nn{ 931 K! CASH PIUl'KS 1 Nor................... SEJ No. 3 Nor................... SI I No. 3 Nor. Ml Nn. i ?7J No. n 71 NO. e........................... Vrcd Winlfr No. 1 -ti Nu. '2 K1S Nu. 3 ..-5 O.lts- No. 2 No. 3 C. MI No. I Kectl 'iH liarlej- No. 3 Ill No. 4 Ifl Kc'cclciJ.................. Vtcil Mi F1.1X- Nr.. X. W. 1 -Jflj Nn. 2 0. 1.23} JIIXXKAI'OI.IR "The Diver" the Greatest Sensation Ever Seen in Lelhbridge at tlie Empress Tliere in a real sensation at tlic Empress that should bo seen to he re- alized nii'l hclicverl, it far and away '.he most thrilling sight lo he seen in the world of movlnp pictures. It Is a supreme effort absolutely, tiio ever-present thought in the inir.d of tlie speclator, uhen the lady diver is scon struggling desperately tlio turbn'icnl Balers of the rapids, is "will sliu get and she only Ju.-t does it; In fact, a danbl is left In the mind as to whether she is not badly injured. Tim whole of tills very excel- lent iihoto-plny Is of the very highest as convldcd. Daily change Of f T Daily change To-dav To-dav THE CLOSED -with- Miss Florence Lawrence A story that thrills and goer, straight to the heart Miss Lawrence is a noted actress, and we feel confident The Closed Door' will be a rare treat for our patrons USUAL ADMISSION we fe-2 3-0 I 2 a rtl .S- -g 0 p I 1 a> v> FRIDAY AND SNCIU OK mm Lives a double life un- til husband dies Strong drama lo be shown at Starland to-morrow Mary Walton lias n consjiniplm1 husband whom she hy Stic returns from mil' ot lier (n-Jrs to liml lilm liic iloctnr orders him Arl- jinna. Her cariifnKs pay the t-'Xlipi'.Fo of Un.' in (iic clescrl they ,iru ilraiulfil. HcariiiK thai ;i new golil i.i to he .foiin in of an Inillan sciusiv. anil ilroisln.e In some Ins dolTiinj-'. iourr.oyp two men and r uhom she falls hi on tile trail, wesnvard. In (ht> "rush." Mary's horse falls. Sho t-itien. unconscious, to a hni- her sti.v i.i Alter thla, she r.ocs bark lo Ftnillnc. One night, ill a roa.L-a rnni'ert hMU 5v.c 13 in- one of Uie men r.vor- look on the mil. lo her rcEcus. I.Mcr lie marriasre. She has only one !i'''c !fc -1 way tu provide VVallon with ho nrcils--3mt Elie consents. F.he this donbli rcw.1; eomes or her husband's death, u-lien liavinK tiolMns more lo live ,'or, sho kills a letter of explanation tliat DIRECT FROM FIFTEEN MONTHS AT THE AP- OLLO, GLOBE. STRAND THEATRES, LONDON. Louis Meyer Introduces the merry Farce-Comedy Played by the entire ALL BRITISH COMPANY. THE GLAD EYE "AdmirabTy The technique is Toronto. "Hilariously not i. wrik spot In the Winnipeg Tribune. "Sparkling comedy uproarious Uughte; for Luo and 2 half hours, cast of gen eral excellence." Winnipeg Telegram The Entfre Produc- tion Carried; a Replies of that used )n London.' "The funniest play within Daily Te- legraph. "The best comedy and com- pany seen here In Herald, Montreal, Men, February 9, GRAUSTARK PRICES: SOc to l.SO Gallery 25c Sett) Now Sailing Druj ;