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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TheLethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, REDCLIFF. ALBERTA THE TOWN OF OPPORTUNITY Situate at the gateways of the great Canadian Pacific Railway and Southern Alberta Land Companys' Irrigated Systems OPENING SALE OF LOTS THURS. JUNE 23RD AT REDCLIFF, ALTA. The owners of this townsite have spent One Hundred Thousand dollars in providing every requirement of a modern municipal and work for 300 people be- fore a lot is placed on sale to the Public. And furthermore, every dollar realized on the first day's sale, will be expended in securing additional industries or in i improvements on the townsite. Wlieie before lias there been such an evidence of good faith? Your dollars work for your own interests, so how can you lose? Three months ago, a bald prairie, to-day a bee-hive of industry. Where the laboring man prospers, business men are bound to succeed. XV; f' BRICK COAL WE HAVE: The finest and latgest biick yard m Canada, with a capacity of hrick per day, and making a product unequalled on toe American Continent. One of the best Coal mines in Canada, with a capacity at the present time of 200 tons pei day By Sept 1st, will be piepared to ship 500 tons per day. Farmeis and lancheis cime as far as (.0 miles last fur tbeir supply of Coal Docs this mean .anything.to the business man? FLOUR A flour mill, now building, with a capacitj of 200 ban els per day. GRAIN An independent elevator, with a capacity of bushels FEED A thoioughly equipped up-to date feed mill MACHINERY A large maclnneiy factory making Bolton shingle and lath, and other saw mill, machinery SASH AND DOORS A sash and door factory equipped for thing in finishing wood materials. FOUNDRY A modern foundry. BLACKSM1THING First-class blacksmith shop. LIME Lime kilns making a high-class product. AGRICULTURAL One of the finest farming sections in Sunny Southern Alberta NATURAL GAS A gas well with a capacity of cubic feet per day. Now drilling another which will increase this to from to LUMBER The Revelstoke Saw Mill Co. conducts a lumber yard complete in every detail. HOTEL A modern hotel now building, costing when finished fully STORES Modern and up-to-date stores. WATER A wui.'..-.; system costing more than furnishing a perfect water from a mountpdu stream, and, purified by natural filtra- tion. Water mair.a are now being extended to every part of the city. SITE An ideal site appearing almost level to the eye but with just enough slope toward the river to insure perfect drainage. CLIMATE Said by the Government to be the most perfect in Canada, be- tween the mountains the Atlantic ocean. HEAT, POWER, LIGHT, FUEL Practically free. BUILDING OPERATIONS Fully 50 residences are under way and are being occupied as rapidly as completed. ___ RAILWAY On the main line of the C. P. R. with an independent spur line over a mile in length, furnishing perfect facilities to every in- dustrj. Has ever nature been more generous or man more industrious to insure a perfect and prosperous city? WHAT WE WILL HAVE IX THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE 1. At least two additional fac- tories, increasing the number of employed to 500. 2. Schools and churches. 3. A branch bank of one of the strongest financial institutions in o Canada. 4. A complete telephone sys- tem. 5. Graded streets and a sewer system. For further Particulars Ap- ply to For further Particulars Ap- ply to BRICK PLANT AND COAL TIPPLE ;