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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. July THE LETHBIUDCE DAILY HKEALD You can get a Lot "--for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page For inside residential or subdivision property see MIT FORD COMPANY Choice Residential Site Two loti north on .Sixth Avenue A. Block E, Price I.1S25.- Terms 1-2 cash balance 3 and C months at six per MONEY LOAN FIRE.AND LIFE'INSURANCE Alberta Loan and Investment Cov Limited 1214 PHONE, 631 Fire Insurance Money to Loan TO roomed fully 'modern with or without furniture; close in. The C. B. Bowman Ageftcy itCADIA ILOCK. PHONE 13M. Our specialty furnishing labor for Railroad Contractors and CompAnies.' All kinds of help furnished on sWl notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. T. E Co. EmploymentAgency ...HEAD OFFICE: 323 FIFTH STREET LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1404 OFFICE PHONE 1327 always have a few- bargains in .-Parin City Property. Hotels paying propositions in the Ave'st For .one., price giifin'intecd li- cense. Terms 1-3 cash., biilauco .easy... SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life IniUrance Money tc Loan Room-12, Hull Block. Lethbridee. Phene 768. Room 207, Templeton Bulldlnp, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. For Quick Sale First class grocery located. Price actual cost oi stock and-fixtures. Good terms. Alberta-British Colombia Land Go. Ltd. jw.000 10 781 D. L. KIMBALL, Manager Watch This Space Bill" of Particulars. It is going to ,in- terestiyou. folks, right here in Lethbridge, 0. T. LATHROP farm Stafford Block Loans NQ NOT PAY RENT Buy A New Home Fully, modern seven roomed house, full sized cement floor. newly finished. situated OB seventh Avenue South; and is within VMks of hurtnm centre of the cily. I3WO.OO YOUH OWN TERMS The Cascaden Land Co. McDonald Block The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE LNSUKAiXCE Heal Estate 8HKRLOCK BUILDING, LETIIBRIIKJE GREATEST EXHIBITION IN WORLD'S HISTORY Grains and Grasses to be Shown at Lethbridge Will Smash All Records The growing interest in the Inter- lix- Something Good Attractive 4 room cottage on lot and luill! o'n 6th'Are. JsT. Price cash, bal- per mouth. Nortii Lctribridge Realty Co. national Dry-Farmed Products position at l.fithhriilgc, Alia., October, assures the largest exhibi- tion oi gr.ains, Brasses, and root crops, farm nracfiincry and Imple- ments ever held in Western Canada, and the largest of its kind ever held on the 'American continent. Applica- tions for entry forms have been re- ceived by Chairman McNicol of the Exposition Boimnittee from nearly every quarter of the globe, and ad- vices through diplomatic sources ivrc to the effect thai nearly all of the .South American countries, Australia, Hungary, Turkey, Itussia, and I lie lumbia is collecting the largest and finest efihibii it lias ever planned to stage, 'and while it will not compete in many of ll'c clnssps, being desir- ous of showing that courtesy to ex- hibiting states and nations, it will put before tbc eyes of the delegates a sight long to be remembered in its i display of fruit and the decorative j work of its booths through the use j of natural woods and minerals next which the country is famous. for The exposition opens on Saturday TO SELECT THE BRITISHTARMERS BRIGHT LADY WHO IS RESPON- SIBLE FOR SETTLING READY- MADE FARMS Next spring seventeen sturdy Brit- ish fanners, who have spent Uitir lives, tilling rented land in the 01 tl Country, give up. their old farms end conic to Lethbridge district to become land owners.in the great West where with the same amount ol lah- thcy will become in a lew years wealthy in their own right, whllt at the same time they will arid to the general, prosperity of the already n.-nrning, Oct. 19th, and every [prosperous Lethbridge district. With will have -been' -judged and all prize these seventeen British yeomen winners announced by ihat time. Ex- come their wives and fanjUies, hibits must be in place ready for helping to nwell the population will thus of judging on' the cveninb of Thursday, Oct. 17th. In view of this setting ahead of the dales, so that Ihe dis- tinguished foreign visitors may sec llic wide-awake, hustling methods ot the Canadians and may carry home with'them the most Interesting re- ports about the progressive spirit of the people and the wonderful re- I sources of the country, Liu tod States will send icdcral ex- i -hat all exhibitors piupa litrsired be on [hihits. It is siaiutl thai the f the spat as early as possible.- To fa- Htales exhibit will eclipse anything th.it has ever been undertaken by Ihe department ot agriculture, while the Dominion of Canada will collect and stage an enormous sized' exhibit of cilitate the exhibitors Ihe Canadian Pacific railway has arranged [or a special rate for them under condi- tions that' are exceedingly plain to; understand. Thev can purchase, tickets the products oi the soil irom the ex- ....._" Jat any station m the province oi, j Manitoba and British Columbia, good for the ronnrt (rip, at the one way first class fare. pcrimental farms and the and I the provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberla will have exceptionally large and in- teresimg display Throughout Alberta and 'Sasfcalch- rwan prca't. intcrcbi is being manifest ed, and in main "ef uc tarn eis j secrPtan and irdct! upon have arranged for and carried out this j qucsl bufc mllst Southern Alberia to that extent. So says iliss Melting, who-is con- nected with the London office of the C7P.R. land and -colonisation depart- ment, and who has been engaged iv colonization work from the Old Country end for some-time. This is Miss Melting's first trip to Canada. The other day she arrived in in Langdon with several families of "ntisn settlers who" ai'c Seiiivti al- ready on some of Ihe C. P. R. ready- made farms there. Miss Meiting en- joys the distinction of being the first woman io bring out a colonization party for the C.P.R., and she has made a signal success of her first venture in this vline: After she had seen her charges safe- ly iiistalleri-in their new homes in the north she came to Lethbridge. The Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION B10CK. PHdNG NO5. 1210, 10W, and summer a system of plots, by which each man raises something different than his neighbor on one. square roil, anil pays particular at- tention to the products with a view to having ihe heM possible u> he grown. In Saskatchewan the de- partment oi agriculture has'been vcvy active in encotiraeing the fanners .to make an. extraordinary provincial ex- hibit, as well as dislnct exhibits, and the Saskatchewan commissioner, on Ort 10th to lilh upon presenta icason of her trip here is that she tlon of a certificate from the seeveTj wished to look over Ihe ground to laij of the Dry-Panning Congress, see exactly where she is to place her I his certificate Mill ht issued jhc'next consignment of food British far- mers and their families. She has been given the mission-of selecting the sev- enteen raimers> uho are 'o take up Prof. II. X. Thompson has applied j Jor from east of for 'Square feet oi space and .irjlcr served notice that bis requirements will; without 'doubt, exceed this in making the request send in his crhtry blank properly filled out in order thai -A number mar be assigned ,'him The Official Premium List "is ready for distribution" together with the ofrcnl entrv blank, will sent io any fanner qr intending' c.yhibilor upon request" to Burros, Sec- reton 1 ctnbiulge Albert t Intending exhibitors in L unda should write to the 101 special the first seventeen ready-made [arni just east of Goaldale, the first Special Bargain For 20 days in good business property CORNER REDPATH AMD test on Ave., 1SB (Mt M hat good S room (ully modern bouse, rented Jor M5.00 month. This U without doubfthe best buy In the cky toaiy. Prict Terns H.000, balance in 6. 12, 18 montht. Ferris Ransom ALBEftTA who ate preparing individual efihiV.iit Manitoba is not behind lo anv e tent, for there arc scores of grai I growers in thai met who ire Hooking with wistiul at premium Mat anil making plins loafer capture the valuable tarm machinen j prn and implements ottered British Co Itheir requests a better m icu of ihfjt m iingemcnts (or sui'fcmblr Venice and as Is the careful iandhngjjr of_Uie exh'bil Districts conjflTemitlJiting exibitmg t-an obtain ofj spau. upon to U airman McMcol of coiimiUee 10 a d thei wfll be bpgi the arranpng oi -11 tint eafter ficL I i PROFIT SHARING AS A PANACEA SEEKING REMEDY FOR MANY OF THE LABOR ILLS OF BRITAIN: London, July sharing partnerslilp offers the only means, 'it is thought In many quarters, for the pacification of the ferment in the la- bor world. Parliament, is thinking about the subject which is to be dis cussed at some'indefinite date Meai while thu board of trade been making investigations of the schemes already in operation. IL is remarked that the sqhtMiies adopted in different cases exhiuit a very int-eresting .iety o-f typo, and it is thought (hit m concise epitome of iho gj'stems ailUptl ed in the first 100 schemes at. preBcriq in operation (he investigation Hiof whicli IIHB b-een completed, may valise at the present Lime as a liminary survey in advance c-f.a-'full report to be publi hed in the autumn1 In the majority of eiscc the total am j oimt alloited tor distribution among, (he employees as i bonus is a proportion of the profits but in a' small number of cases participation': stops nl H certain point uhiCh the claims of the explores In a small mtmhei of amount available foi the paMiient-ot a bonus is not a proportion oC the profits, but a sum contingent upon a certain rate of profit being earwrt" by HIP business this sum being in these cases a wages and in olhpis an amount fta ccnding with the rate of proht e cd. With profit sinrniR tbe Ras pany bonus dcprnth upon of sas. These; compinir1? aie allowed in increase their beyond a cei'l.-iin point only in portion (o a reduction in t charged by them for SIR hi gas d H ponies, the bonus Insn of varying directly profits, vail with tbe cover piofitf- and rises us 'heipnce ith respc cases in harmg idt in conjuu tjpe re bt til a PIT per tr "turn on ivif- the late o a extra reti r inttT returns-up cornea i a maximum in B, extra diffejrenr, Lercst an to the-not .vhich the form oG pro- jtetl either ists in tq cm money in. the .employers in (he first. ite of interest! usuall> and then a ''further ie deposit's lanmg its of the business this ii a :few eaues of such gether with1 the first will bring th, the price iby the onie of the. cases with made farms to be established hj ill C.P.R. in this district. This winte she will be engaged in selecting he new settlers and preparing them fo their transition to Aliss Moiling is highly pleased wit her work ind likewise greath pleas ed the Lethbridge rfntncl through she has sine her arrival here. She believes tl: British .farmer cannot, help but mak good in his new home here, and wit1 the natural advantages of: try, and the aid from the railwa; company she believes that within few years the party she brings on next spring will he among the1 weal Ihiest farmers in the district. The farms are being prepared this summer, and will be in good coad lion to receive the new settlers ear- ly next spring, when they rill arrive in time lo put in their first spring crop. These farmers are used to in tensive mixed farming, and Leth- bridge may expect before the next two years pass to receive daily ship- ments of. eggs, butter, milk, ,vege- ables and other daily household ne cessaries from these Farmers 'who look to Ihe home market to consume all their produce. Miss Meiting is accompanied on her to lothbndgc whose articles Curn the press In cm sented Iftl t> nit of ten'per cent while ill number of cases the to-be one half of the ween tbe minimum in- dividend pHiri by the i a limit of per "cent, oui of Ihe .100 cases o thk. employees tepre- :e board o-r directors. hftv ever, .under a. very r of -profit sharing companies composed of r 1 employees whose t'unc- h of a consultative na- innot be considered as nportant tr future we arc likely eat, deal in-this country t.ues or profit sharing or 3 us a remedy for labor EARLY STARVING iiy The strike at the ;s which started early in cituscd about eight dealing with the ricvelppment of thr vest have attracted wide attention, REGINA TO GET NEW COURTHOUSE WILL BE ONE OF THE FINEST BUILDINGS IN THE WHOLE OF CANADA Regina, Sask., prov- incial government, have purchmeri from the Board of Regina Methodist College the entire block now tempor- arily occupied by the college and the former site of the Victoria hospital, with a view to erecting thereon a new courthouse. The but Id big, work upon which will commence in due course, will be one of the finest of the kind in Canada, and will provide for future expansion. HIGHWAY MEN IN CHICAGO Chicago, 111.. July masked men entered the saloon of Mrs, Helen Banman, a widow, early today, and jpk Corkers and iheir shoL {he woman, probably fatal'ly and live in H state of semi- .or iftn '.veeks, was dcclar- .id today by the strike coin- ork is (o he resumed Alon- CTCR WAS TOO ROUGH X. .S.. -July id in lor on the Cape Kmton ompfiiiy, was arres'od und is manslusphinr. Unmillter u n i; ma n off the 1 in an d died. fjro on a 8on who nUemptctl to defend (he place. MOTOR BOAT ENGINE EXPLODED Winnipeg, -Inly 27.--A fatality nc- curred IHSL night at o'clock on the..Red river, when of a racing motor bont in the face of the mcchaiilciAn, Sidney'T.vr- rcll, of 14L Henry street, throwing him ten feet into ihe air. Me dropfie'd info the rJ.ver, and sank to the bottom fulling to riic again. Lund Land Dev't Co., Ltd. P. Lund, President HEAD OFFICE CRANBROOK, B.C.- See us about lands in the Beautiful Kootenay Valley Orchard and Garden Tracts flMi ifc Grazing Lands Jft v Visit Our Experimental Farms at WARDNER, B, C., MARYSVILLE, B. C. MUST Sell in One Week _S. E. quarter, 20 miles 'cast of Warner; 2 miles1 from Canadian Survey. Price acre. 1600.00 .cash will handle with goo dterms for balance. Will also sell half m- tcrcsi iu quarter or sell SO acres. Apply at oiico to. W. McD. TAIT ALBERTA THREE YEARS FOR STEALING DISHONEST C.P.R. OFFICIAL WIUL HAVE A PERIOD FOR DEEP REFLECTION Winnipeg; July AV.rJ. Chapman, former time-keeper the" Canadian Pacific Railway at Fort who s supposed to have got1 an at tilth 'orty thousand dollars, Tias armed Jn the city to undergo the three .yaarLsen- tence in Stony Mountaiq 'penitentiary given by Judge Leary William. Chapman has b'aen padding pay rolls over .a series of years' and. s quite kuovin at Kort AVilhafci vhere his disappearance caused a sensation. Detectives "-ran him .to earth at San Francisco, -where he. waived extradition and elected' speedy, rial on being brought back! FLUSH PURSE WILL PAY DEBTS GOVERNMENT LIKELY TO-RETIRE SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR LOAN IN AUGUST July .Dominion [ovcrnmcnt, owing to the constant re and accumulaUon of a aurplu? in consolidated account, will proba- ily pay off; the loan of which comes due August 12, It bears interest at four per cent., vhich IB H little higher than the pre- 'ftiling rate, owing to the fact that ii CAS negotiated in .1307, the panic year 'he revenue this year is coming fully p to the estimate of the Minister of 'inancc, and promises to again break 11 records. GRANDMA PUT UP VIGOROUS KICK KAISERIN DOESN'T LIKE SOW BEING STATIONED AT O8-' J, 8CURE Berlin, July It is Etattd in that the Kmlxrin has flrm protect (to the Kilter agftinit tlM intentloi to t the from the commftndlof the 'HuMftn ffe, Dsnzig to that of 'the Konigsbcrs, still further east. preafi Is said to feel ,tb'4 fact ihat she rarely seen her llttto grandchildren owing to their tether'a station being in a provincial town11 Itt expected .in official circles hen the Kaiser returns from his jachting cruise next month he will transfer1 Crown Prince dam. HE ENDED DOMESTIC SCRAPS Ont., July guilty of uiauUing hi-s OiU more swallowed carbolic aoid and died before lie roacWd the city hospital. CAME TO CANADA IN 1147 PnimerstO'i.' Ont., July aged ST. rclinl. of Joseph 'i.'L'land. WAS hitried -it Itollisay, yes- erday. She, with h-er husband, came Canada in 1847. scllllng In May- oro towilship. She one of the rlglnnl members of Church Holhsay. he IP survived four sons, one einp, William Freeianil, of Saska- oon. FOR QUICK SALE Two Splendid Lots 6th rUc. S. (Court- land St.) close to cor-, ner. Mrh I -3 cash, balance 1, and 2 years. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock IMdg. 7th St. ;