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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 14. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, .June 1011 If you are interested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager THE GET ACQUAINTED" TRIP CREATES OPTIMISM autos, each carrying four or five peo- ple. Raymond's Welcome Although the start was late, the roadg were In such good condition, that Raymond was reached right on the dot by practically every machine. The people there knew the Lethbridge men were coming and were out in full force, including the band, to greet them. After a few minutes had been spent in social conversation. Presi- dent Gillies, of the Raymond Board Citizens Enthused With What they Saw in the South Country At various times, from 6.30 to 7.00 o'clock last evening, sixty-two tired, but delighted, business men of this city returned from the second Board of Trade "get acquainted" trip to War ner and intermediate towns. Except for two or three minor mishaps to !of Trade> mounted an auto- and bade Co., who were the founders of the autos alone the route there was rmt a visitor8 a welcome- He [town, told of its early history since thing to mar the pleasure or prom of iamiouaced that at !he last of company brought the first carload A Limited Number of Choice Building Lots at Each. TERMS TO SUIT BUYER Located iouth cast of Victoria Park, the Exclusive Residential District, and in the direct line of the City's growth. The -Investor in this property will undoubtedly reap a handsome profit within a reasonable time. Call and ob- tain particulars. REAL ESTATE, LOANS INSURANCE OPEN EVENINGS. PHONE 1343. COR. 9TH ST. and 4TH AVE. S. Lots in Block 23, Duff Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, at R. V. GIBBONS CO. PIMM Ott the expedition, which was successfully carried out according to schedule. The weather was fine, a cool wind 'blowing all the time. The roads were good, except where the rain the night ['before had made considerable mud- jmanoeuvring necessary, but no one i minded that when looking at the splen jtheir Board, the Dry Farming Con- !Of landseekers there in March, 1906, jgress had 'been the chief .topic of die- 'and of the gratification in seeing the cussion, and they decided to send an !results of their efforts to build up a exhibit, and at least one delegate to community. Colorado Springs, and would work F. S. Leffingwell, chairman of the to help Lethbridge land it for 1912. i village council, spoke of the pleasure Mayor B. S. Young then, on behalf j the people of Warner had in having of the town, offered the freedom of men visit them, and said the place to the Lethbridge bunch! jthat the people were satisfied with He spoke of the great future that can (conditions' which had resulted from did condition of the crops along the jroad. The shower that .had covered the whole area laid the dust fairy ?e m a11 effort. 9n ferent-communities work together to i Time (well ail along the route. The autos ibehaved themselves generally. The J people of the various towns visited treated the 'bunch royally. The tour- was up, and the party got un- Speakmg of Raymond, ,der way again, aftet taking a spin the town, and noting its fine ists got a view of they ever saw, and t -home satisfied! asked? of the best Ui UCOl. such. told of jpecially its public school and acad- 'residences, several of. which are ver- painted, What more could We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing town. 260 in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water it IS feet; one ntfle to coal mine; good soil. is an Al propo- sition. Price and are right THE 0. T. LATH HOP 0. W. KERR CO. RESIDENT MANAGER ot waterworks installed jitable mansions, all nicely yet, but they are pros-land well kept in every, way. it. The country around is j rich and fertile, and the people anx- jlous to progress. These get acquaint- Bj a strange coincidence the num- tri are things Co of the party was exactly the same 'hel communltie8 and as hat of the tirst trip although the :eacb, other m their personnel was somewhat rHffAronf i different. JThe route taken was totally different, j the trip being to the south country jthis time, and the towns visited were Good Pioneers Off to New Dayton On the way to New Dayton more good crops were seen, as described in the Herald some days ago. This thriving young town was satisfactor- ily inspected, and its citizens were The Prairie Agencies Limited To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 Fifth Street South. Near Bay Co.'g OFFICE EQUIPMENT and FILING DEVICES in iteel and wood TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and OFFICE SPECIALTIES. PHONE 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence from out of towa pointa. All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call again. met and made acquainted. A. Rafton- President Hatch, of the Lethbridge, I Canning, who had been taking photos Board, replied 'briefly... in which he iof the 'bunch on several occasions, Warner, New Dayton, !6POke appreciatively of the welcome itook another here, and then the j Wells Siding- and Stirling, in the or- .extended and of the good work being [sped on to Wells Siding, stopipi-1.-; to ;der named. idone by the people of Raymond, in'look at the splendid thousan-1-ucre [developing the country. Jff A Late Start It was 0.45, instead of the scheduled di. splendid When he saw farm of Fritz Sick, and enjoyed Ids them coming: through Montana some years- ago he knew that Alberta was well-known generous hospitility. More photos were taken and tho Lots on Sewer at These Prices are Worth 29-30, Block. 21 Duff, 1425 each. Terms t 62-53, Block 21 Duff, each. Terms. Block 24 Duff, each. Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS time of J.lo before the party got "getting.the very best class of pioneers Ipartv hurried on through, more good started, with O. T. Lathrop, who jn conclusion, he asked 0. D. Austin crops to Stirling, where a brief stop before taken scores and even speak for the visitors. After thank i was made, and the party hit the trail dreds of men to Warner, over the ing the people of Raymond, he spoke [again for the .last stretch, of. the trip which covered over one hundred miles road, leading the way. Two Of the -splendid educational facilities i parties, being unable to wait any long- thev.-have, and of the value of getting jer, started off ahead, and the aux- 'acquainted. liliary started somewhat later.. But I in the main string there; were twelve Beautiful Country After-another serenade from The Superior farm Machinery We shall be pleased to show you the merits of the lines we j Frost and Wood Binders, Mowers and Bakes Our prices on this well-known line are an inducement. Cockshutt Plows, Disc Harrows, Scuff lers, Scrapers, Drills, Harrows This line heavy, durable and the Quarter section irrigated, all in crop per acre 17 close in. tasy terms. All Kinds of Insurance 0 V Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. Sixth 81 opp Bank of Montreal. LOOK THESE UP A fully modern 7 room house on Westminster Road, only will handle Don't miss it. acres first clas.s land, 7 miles town, all in crop. Only per a'cre. rush will swing this deal, balance crop pav- THE GASGADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACOONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIOGE, ALTA A Snap In Inside Property Money to Loan on Im- proved Farm and City Property fl.J.H.Skeith Phone 1343 Office: Opp. Alexandra Hotel Those who took part in the trip were: 0. T. Lathrop, J. D. Higinboth- am, W. J. Heslop, G. M. Hatch, F. W. band, and cheers from 'both 'Downer, A. Havr, A. F. E. visitors '.and visited, the party T Mason> j w Owen> B. out for Warner. Tlyis trip was a ;Gi.bboilf w. H. Holt. Chas. Cook. W. .greatTdeUght. nor. because very wl Boulton, J, F, them hart ever gone F.'T. Robins. A. Rafton-Can- road... (before, anrl -seen the beautiful ningf w H- Fairfield, L. Pabst, Gehm, country, -but also because the pmjng, G. Macleod. K. D. was looking at irs best. The greater JR_ Sly8t F> G. woods', D. B. Miller, G. part trip was made rather dif- rjelaney, H. Matson, C. W. Gray, account of the mud. but the ;R A vVright, T. R. Davidson. ;grain- looked as though it could hardly McCormick, C. R. Carlson, F. R. Ag- JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE GAIIDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. 1 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts, we' guarantee them PERFECT. We are the first buyers of irri- gated land to sub-divide and our prices are cheaper than others of like quality and location. We make terms to suit, if you Intend to improve the property. We also own a nice 1-2 acre with and chicken iheds located in the city limits, cheap and'on any terms. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge Centrally Located Business Property 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH UNDSEY Estate and Financial Broken Off 307 6th Street Phone 1183 v MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands 310 7th St. South Phone 363 rbe surpassed. TlTfe great areas were H. Boyd, E. A. Ewart, G. L. Vroo practically clean of weeds, the growth jmani A> E_ Eagtob> E> w. A. j was even and thick, and the color just iBlenner-Hassett, C. Kerr, B. Elling- ought to be., Both spring and Q D_ .7phn Taylor, c. A. i winter whear looked splendid. From Stephens A. E. Ives. H. Bentley. V. ,the crop standpoint this stretch of the jcascaden'. W. J. Nelson, J. W. Baw- had the best show, although all T H .jfcCready A.-J Irving V along the route crops were from good GreeUi P Ashcroft. and Messrs. to excellent. j Warner Reached j Warner certainly overpowered the rlsif.ors with kindness and hospitality. The Board of Trade had a most sum- ptuous luncheon prepared, which made some of the married men and ail of the bachelors make comparisons that were unfavorable to what they to eat at home. Mrs. Walters, jwho has a restaurant in the town, j was the caterer, and no description of the trip would be just without a imention of the fact. More Speechmaking Hyde and Brueski with the auxiliary, besides a couple of strangers, friends of some of the party. A mar. believed to be "Wo1. M. Mc- Millan, of Mtmitou, Man., poisoned himself in a Winnipeg hotel. This is the fifth suicide at Winnipeg this month; We also handle a full line of Pumps For wells of any depth. Steel Windmills Both pumping and power. Gmin Grinders, Concrete Mixers, Wood Saws aiid Contractor Hoists "OIL PULL" AND STEAM TRACTORS THE "OIL PULL" TRACTOR burns cheaper fuel and doea as good work as any other tractor on the market. 15, 25 and 30 horse power. RUMLEY STEAM 30 and 36 horse. RUMLEY SEPARATORS Guaranteed t.n do better work than any other separator on the mar- ket. Has superior separating device and is the most durable separ- ator on the market. Be sure and investigate this machina before buying. Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. AVE. ONE BLOCK WEST OF WESTMINSTER ROAD- DOWN TOWN OFFICE, 323 5TH ST. i Having paid satisfying attention to the repast the party received the wel- come expressed very neatly by Pres- idnt Burnside, of the Warner Board of Trade. Mr. Hatch, in reply, spoke of the necessity of all the communit- ;j'ies working together to promote their (mutual interests, and added a -word ;on behalf of the Associated Boards of JTradff of Southern Alberta, as a 'means to this end. His compliments ]to Warner as the 'best built and kept up new town in the West were heart- ily applauded. J. D. Higinbotham told of his last trip over the country covered in the trip, which was tweiilv-three .'years ago. and of (he marvellous trans (formation that, has since taken place. .The confidence the people have in !their new homes is evidenced by their j fine residences and farm buildings. j W. H. Fairfield expresed the belief j j that the crops seen in the Warner dis- j jtrict were the best of the country they had travelled over. The prosperous appearance of the town and the sur- rounding country was a matter of con grattilation. 0. T. Lathrop, of the 0. W. Kerr BEST BUY IN LETHBRIDGE FOE SALE FOB TEN DAYS ONLY -A fully modern six roomed house on Coilrtland Street, between Westminster and Ernest Sts. Price Easy terms. Apply to E. T. MCGREGOR Room 6, Post Office Blk. or 1312 Courtlaiicl St. PLUMBERS' CONVENTION AT PORT ARTHUR Port Arthur, Ont., June few delegates have already arrived for the convention of Plumbers and Fitters, which commences tomorrow' afternoon but nearly all delegates mre expected .in on the steamer Assinibeia tomorrow morning and on trains from the West. Money to Loan on Farms 2 lots Block..L, each, terms S lots on -water. Duff Addition, Landseekers, attention! Tract of 3 sections of choice steam plow land, wiihin 2'. miles ol the line, only per acre; fair- cash pay- ment; bal. easy, terms., 5 per cent. S lots on water; for the pair; J50 3-6-9-12-1S moi. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. LIGHTNING STRUCK NITRO GLYCERINE FACTORY Clarion, Pa.. June nltro factory and magazine of the jtellis Kail and Sons Co.. nine miles i from here, was struck by lightning early today. The explosion tore a. bole 150 feet long and 30 feet 4eep in tae ground. No nereons were In vicinity. Windows broken In tnis town. Sherlock St. 3 corner lots. Beautiful site, east of Victoria Park THE pur track lots. each Hafrla Room l n arriS Dominion Block Fire Insurance Phone 1367 WM 1VI. Lot 6, Block 23, Duff Addition, Lots 18 and 19, Block 159, North Ward, North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. I to The Lend Co. Phone 144 ;