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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE. ALTA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY It, (Ml. NOW! SE I I 4 1 You cannot afford to purchase Lumber, Lime, Cement, or any Building Materials without first seeing our stock and securing our-prices. While a new Company in this vicinity, its Officers and Managers have had years of experience in both Retail and Wholesale Lumber Business. x No Order too large or too small to receive prompt and careful attention. i C. R. CARLSON, Secretary and General Manager (SUCCESSORS TO ENTEFPRISE LUMBER CO.) Operating Taber, Granum, Clareshqlm, Nanton, High River, Milk River, Brant Monarch R. RANEY, Manager Lethbridge Yard WHAT IS LAND In Washington, fM PROVED FRUIT LAND from to per We sell better lands unimproved at to ptr according to location. V You can make food living and pay for the planting and cultivating of your orchard, by growing garden truck between the trees. OR You can have your land impfovsd to a six ysar old fruit bearing or- chard, for to per acre. We have experienced orchardiits to do this work and charge per acre for same, which includes clearing, cultivating, supplying and planting two-year old trees (your selection) and the subsequent of sams for four years. Do these prices appear high to yout An Apple Orchard in full bearing, yields from SSO to boxee acre, and nets grower from to par box, hw.ce if fruit land will yield a profit of per acre, that profit, is equal to ten per cent, on or ONE HUN- DRED AND SIXTY PER CENT, tn tlio actual cost pries. How many of the best fn countries are netting profits annually tn the price tKey actually paid; for the land? We invite comparisons, a little figuring for yourself. The ef THE ARROW LAKE DISTRICT is admirably adapted to the growth of -vegetation. The win- ters are so short and mild, that tropical fruits, figs for example, can successfully grown. The soils of this valley are a com- bination of volcanic ash, sand from the disintegration of igneous silt from old lake beds, and humus from the decay of vegetation. They comprise ail the elements necessary to plant life, being; from two to three, hundred feet in depth, and are inexhaustible fertility. says the New York Wall Street Journal, "are stubborn and they won't down." .British Ce> lumbia possesses lumber resources, greater than all the states of Union, East of the Rocky British Columbia is moreover new recognized as the orchard of the Em- pire. .It has the toil, the climate and it will have the people. NOTE. Our contracts provide twelve months in which to finally se- lect your land. We your property, iff wish it. Buy your new while are low. They will never lower and will certainly be higher in a very short time. We do net claim te have the Fruit in British Columbia, but what we wish te explain, That were personally PEACE FOR MOROCCO lected by two old residents of the country, who understood conditions necessary for profitable fruit culture, and who were at the same time fa- miliar with the climate and soil con- ditions of the country. That, at the same time our lands were selected they had practically the choice of the country. That our lands were chosen for the purpose of fruit-growing, and was In their opinion, the best obtainable. That due consideration was given te sections requiring irrigation and those said not to require it. That our lands were chosen with a view to irrigation, should it be found and can irrigated at a very small expense. That since that time it has been satisfactorily demonstrated that ir- rigation is not required. That transportation facilities and conveniencesto market were not over- looked. That the choosing of land in small isolated where schools and churches could net be maintained, was carefully avoided. That we believe, there are no bet- ter fruit in British Columbia, than we are offering at the present market price. We are net selling on COM flON. We own our and are interested in satisfying our euftomsrs. Write us for. full and literature. The ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA LETHBRILXSE HERALD JOB WORK IS THE BEST Germany and France Come to Tepmi oii Ugly ;Questfoh Paris, Feb. 91 France and Germany today signed a far agreement cpncermnjr >cco, thus banishing a spectre which. i years has loomed up intermit- tently as the cause o't sfrafii'sd re- lations between the two countries. Of i more importance still perhaps than the actual settlement of. pending dif- ferences and the harmonizine of views j concerning, Morocco is the moral ef- fect of the establishing' .of a broad I basis of friendly relations between i two nations which have been" separat- so to speak, since the disastrous war of 1870. :The agreement sicned today USE CHURCH FOR IffiGTMNASIUM PRISON LABOR li-antees the integrity of Morocco and insures: perfect allegiance to the terms of ;the Alcreciras Act. recognizes Germany's economic interests in Mo- rocco while Germany recoienizes the I j particular political interests of France I j there. 'France is assured that this agreement will be welcomed in Lon- don. St. Petersburg, and Madrid, and she is confident that it. will meet with the approval of the Sultan of Morocr CO, to whom "it "Will be" communicated. A strikinif coinci- dence is the fact that" this agreement was used at the moment of arrival' in Berlin of Edward, particularlv 0s there, was a stronar. inclination in diplomatic quarters to consider improvement of Francb-Grerman re- lations as one of-the objects of this visit. "T Good Work Being Done In the Town Of Michel (Special to the Herald.) Michel, B. C., Feb. the lat- ter part of January the young men of the Methodist church here organ- ized a gyninasium. The ing that could be secured was, the Methodist; which .was freely offered'to the young people. mt- f 1 'I v AUtiJ M- There are four ctesses-: dHcussion on the question of prison gentlemen, girjs and Mjany labor competing with other labor, Mi; Foster condemning it. Mr. Foster de- clared the custom of allowing to have furniture made for them selves by prisoners at cost pernicious and should be stopped. Oh the question of making binder twine Mr. Bureau declared that he did .not say it was should make it, but find something for do.. Debate at Made for i Church Ottawa, Feb. the House was in committee of supply today on 'the penitentiary votes, Mr. Monk .asked. ;the" minister of justice if pews had been, made for a church'sus Ottawaby the convicts, of St. Vui- cent De Paul penitentiary at a ccist. of Mr. Monk wanted to know it was the policy of the govern- to allow rr to c-ii- f-etc free labor. 'J.. His information was that the pewa vxuld have cost or SOW for. tae lot and that the liimbe.r wns sup-' plied" by the congregation, and...the represented: the valie, xf -the prispij labor. In the subsequent cassion it developed that the wera .for St. Matthews church arid. that Inspector Dawson, who i.< .a member of the church: contrib- uted the cost of making them, Mr. Fester and the premier got into -a. KEEP OFF OUR PRESERVES Canadian Won't Allow Amer- ican M.D.'s to Practice in agara Fails, Ont. Ni- Niagara Falls, Oat., Feb. is no telline- where the controversy and will between physicians of this city their bro-thers across the border end. The arrest" ;and conviction of Dr. Thomas Snyder, of Niagara Falls, 3T. Y.t Ia9t week, and the imposition of a flnw of for practicing with- out Canadian licenses has led to a complaint against five other Amcrir can doctors who have built up prac- tices on this side of the river. Canadian physicians all visit tients when, they are removed to hos- pitals on the American side without being molested, although of them are licensed to practice the border. Many hnve patu-nla in the American. city and no have ever been raisud UJG Mwiical Society there. If nr.j pushed against American physicians ni actic- inir here, it is said that the Ameri- can Medical Society will and Canadian physicians will be debarred from practicing ii the I nite-l States. FRANK OLIVER ENTERTAINED ALL Ottawa, Feb. Congdon, the new Liberal member for Yukon, has arrived, but cannot take bis seat till the writ is received by the clerk of the crown in chaJocery. Hon. Mr, Oliver entertained at din. oer last night air senators and mem- bers of both parties from went tbe Great Lakes. of avail themselves om this opportun- ity for physical culture. They do'not exactly use the pulpit for a horse for the boys made a large home-made wooden horse and a T6 start with they had parallel bars and horizontal bars, dumb bells, clubs and three mats. These had Tinder the; church in the coalbin but were resurrected. Some two years ago they had been in use in town. Fresh supplies of gymnasium re- quisites have j ust arrived, including dumb bells, clubs, foils, masks, table tennis basketball outfit and boxing gloves.' During the week night on which the gymnasium is open the pews are piled up in the choir stall and around the pulpit which used as a desk for the secretary-treasurer; and the organ comes in handy for music for drills and marches. After closing on Friday night, the young men willingly clear away the apparatus and store it in the base- ment till after Sunday. The pewa, etc. are replaced ready for divine worship on the Sabbath. It is needless to: say that there is a large congregation of young men at the Sunday services. The officers, of the gymnasium are as-followsv President, Rev. S: Cook; treasurer Jack Knight; Jack Rush- ton; instructor, J. McDonald. The total membership is now over forty. The fees -are, gents, boys, ladies, ;tl.OO; girls, for the winter "aeasdn. In the spring they purpose build- ing a young men's institute on ground owned by the church. They TARIFF ON PULP Reduction in Duty to Be Recommend- ed to Congrett Washington, D; the approach of the special session of Congress for the consideration, of k revised tariff, activities in regard to the investigation of wood pulp and are .being .renewed. The select committee on pulp and paper investigation: met to diacuw the various matters which will en- ter into their report to the It is understood they 'wil recommend considerable reduction in the duty on the cheap print paper and pro- bably the removal of the ground wood under such conditions as free importation "of both polpwood and ground wood pulp from Canada. It is also the desire of the committee to forbid any export tax or other charge by Canada upon either ground wood or print paper. u Herald nave only f60 in the bank as a I vvivco inc but are free of debt on the ap- paratus and hope to raise SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENTS court today dhmissed with costo appeal of White vs. Star Milling A Mining Co., suit involving the famous' Slocan Star mine. The appeal of the New York which in- -c i-r pictures. 'Appeal from smtable building costing abwi in the mttter arising l of debt Canadian Northwest Anglo treaty seanon. .-._-. and payments made thereunder by the Dominion to Objibay Indians in STAY BY WESTERN (Toronto Globe) BOYS Some young men in Spokane, Wash. extinguishment of their title to cer- tain lands' was dismissed without costs. Judgment in the Exchequer are wnting to Toronto for wives. But court had been in favor of the Do- there are many men in the minion. Several hundred thousand Canadian Weil ernwUly toiwly and, WM involved and the k who should have flrtt consid- j likely to be to judicial coin. ImiUM of the privy comdl. ;