Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
'I\iesd.iy, Marrh 7. lOll. THE LETIIBKinfJi: i^AILY HERALD Pag�3t Real Estate is The Safest Thing On Earth t lots, Block 128, 1420 oacli. I-S casl), bal. 4 and 8 monlhs. 2 lotn, Block 124, |62f) each; 1-3 cash, balance X and 6 mos. 2 lotB, Block 123, $626 e�cli; 1-3 cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. R. V. GIBBONS & CO. Pf\�n� 1191 Ott Block . . It is not what you earn, it s what you save that counts. Put your savings into Real Estate and watch them grow 2 corner lots in Block J, London Road, $525 each, terms 1 fully modem 8 roomed house, London Road, $1000 will handle Warehouse lots, $2000 each Golden West Realty Co- CRABB ST. PHONE 623 FIRE, LIFE, LIVE STOCK AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE Reciprocity as a Business Proposition Views of a Prominent Brantford, Onl., Manufacturer. Any of These on Our Famous Easy Terms 12000 Acres en bloc in Cardston district, grass 18 inches high. llTing Bprings on every section. Best mixed farming land in .Alberta. 1440 Acres en bloc in 17-23, near Vulcan, on the Carmangay branch. A very fine piece of steam plow land. MO Acres, being section 10-2-24, fenced, fine flowing creek in the north east corner, three miles from elevator, big grass. All Bteam plow stuff. 320 Acres two and one half miles from Warner, fine l.ving land. All steam plow. 320 Acres, six miles from Chin on main line of C. P. R. 35 acres broken ready tor the drill, a fair house, b^rn for S head, small out bu'ilding:8, a good well. Kverythlng ready to occupy J60 Acres one halt mile from .Milk Kiver Station, fenced, twenty acres ready for the spring crop. 160 .Acres in n-21, 7 miles from Diamond Cily, ah excellent piece ill a good districl. ,160 Acres in 13-2G, 8 miles from ('laresholm, all broken, SO acres summer fallow, ready lor tbe drill this spring, good fencing, good 2,000 bushel granary. This piece is an extra snap. AND WE HAVE OTHERS "VVe own all our lands, we sell at a reasonable price and our terms well say, you will be surprised. Anyone can meet thera if they have the equipment for farming. CM this out and call or write ua today. FARM SECURITY CO. ('I'liroiilu llicjiiei 'I'o ilio Kililni- ()!' GIiiIh': .As liiinjidc 1/usinp.s.s iii.in. and In jiiv indi-\itlunl c-apuiil.v unl;.. I would like to i-ypri'fi.s (lisiiBropMiciii wjili ihfi atti-liKic of riiiiny Ijiisiiii'ss mhmi iind Hoards of Ti'adr upDii I lie it'ciprdcity quOK-Don jiiif! 10 iilHriii my opinion ihiii free trade uiih l.hn I nii cash and %:i per month. S lots In IJiiff Addition, BIk. 24 -$4."ili each, 1-3 cash. 4 and S months balance. Tell us what" you wisii lo liuy and we can get it for you. McLachlan Realty Co. 11-12 Southard Blk. Phone 538 wmmmmmmmasmammmm Ixiis, Block 146-price $36.5 eai-h. Terras 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months. 3 liOis Block 14S-1340 each. TiTins oiie-lliird cash; balance 4 and 8 nionfh.s. 3 Lots, Block 150-?3i;r> eacli. 'i'erms 1-3 cash; balance 4 and 8 months. NOBTHXETHBKIDGE KEALTY CO. WESTMINSTER ROAD. PHONE 63S SPUR TRACK LOTS 1 I lol.s ill Spur I nick, west ol" ^\'esl-sicr Koad- We want your Fjirni Loniis. We vvaril (o write yrm r l'"ire I ii.'-ii rji nee. ' ^ ^\'e want lo Avi'ite your liifc I ii.^iiraiice. ^^'e want to write your .Live Slock Insurance. -We own 30,000 acres Southern Alberta l.atid that will sell itself- THE 0. W. KERR CO. O. T. LATHROP.....RESIDENT MANAGER iMcli. 1 -.� cnsli; l>;i l;i lice . I "2 and JS iiioiil lis at per cciil. W. R. Dobbin 310 7(11 St. Soatb t rea ty still. .\ow, while l>ord Kl^iin in 1854 obtained reciprocity in order to avert annexation some etnliu'iii men and important boards in UU 1 advise against reciprocity for fear of aniicxal ion. The soundness of l.ord Kluins ,)udginenl is confirnied by the fac is of history, whereas the present ;i(l\irf. i.s abstract speculation. Reciprociiy is a bsis^incss ijuestion not involving iioliiical n.laiions, and indeed freer trade uiili the Cnitcd States in naliiriii jiroiluns In fome forni Is inevitahle, and iha- in ihe near future. If at any linir the I'nited States should make wheai and c-i;ilo free of duty, what winild i anada do In self-prolecti )!i hiii follow sioi it is unrcasonahlo of Canadians m assume a position of sui li arrogani self-sufficiency as to luclend tu ignore ihe changes o^ opinion on econoniic subjects which air i.-ilviiig place amongst our neishl'-is; ii is truer statesmanship lo shave (jiir policy so as to take ad\aiiia.!;c of iheni. The proposed rcripi-ociiy j)aci is in its form and terms remarkably free? from objections from ilic Canadian standpoint, cspeciall' in re.-ipecl to the unrestrtiined lili . if n iinan-U-ier Caa :'-e his preseui iiriu'e.;c of itradiiii: ir.e|\ in ilif money iiiarkeis of tlie iiiiieil Si.iie:- and reniiii;i loyal, why r;oi;ie- .i fanner sell his w lu-a'. ;r! i- iiia I''k( I of tlie I niled all'! i-i'inaiii loyal'.' I::i i �luderl.lK' 11 lo ad i.s-c I lie )� � i in-Ill jasi ify 1 heir ad\ ire ^loniul of reason. ri; \.VK C(H'KS:iiI TP. .imI. i'eliruary - I. in III Slate; Th( I poop) Ion til Hr;i, IS IN FAVOR Cha': jsldeli::! Coll.-.i' I liishi-il I'liaii. � (i w or \isiii,. ''le-llia Ill's rr-ir"--i-iii,;-r. I i.users .11 i V |. cM'i ai i\ e o; Mr. \u-iiii comnii'ii d liin; ; i usiiij' 1 lie av.re.'iiii ir Im-io, V er,. c oucli;dei!. (Ii- siii| ii.if il I'. ;i.s iinnerossar. and lears 1 lie folloivilij; Irsi 1-1 effeel in K'eill �inre is no doubi ilia- ih.-i w i!l hriicfit the agrii iiliur;il � � liiis i]e|(!l)'oorlu)(nl. aio! I 'luesiioii as to 1 lie :.Aeiiri .tl ii.iim expressed bv i he !ai in , � ,r\ n that Ken. woiil'l .lo �Itr agroenicnt ir the matif-r � 11 a \ otp. i j i T Ei.EGrrAPHiC BRIEFS 1,1, i:. .Vlnrgati. v'olor-Si lui I'eilii!. .iiiil t'oior-S' rgi. I.'. Chall;fr .\ lil rei'ieseii! ihe y.U'il Duke o'' ('oriiv lii; ()�i| i,'.'!e^. (M nvci, oil rile Coroii.i I ieil . I'olll ill. , le . j Soli; 1 , ii, ineinliers of i ho 1 l,i lu.: ;ioii r.e.iii! of Conlnil are in ravnr ol ieoiii|)i .iiii ctaslii\vin. Laconibe, Red Deer, C'Ja rebolui, Ma4;leod I.r/rHBRTDGi: branch j. R. Anderson, Maiiag�r. I ,4 II I Here is a Chance For the Thrifty Lots in North Lethbridge which will make you money $125 $20 Down $10.00 Per Month -No Interest The LAST and Rieheit New Country on the Continent Is British Colombia 372,620 iquar* milM (c'tial t� INr 426,S00 acres) ot klmost Tlrgla territory-oomposed of thlrtr ^ million Acre* of the flneat arrioultur- al and fruit, land, fifty million aersa of the beat, timber In ttaa world,: th'a � balance coDtaining millions ot Mr�a of the richest gold, allvar, copper, (ead and zinc tiiltilng country, ai" ncll as the largest coal depoelti on '.he continent; all will Ije opened'., .tp to development within the nexi 'ivo years by three tranB.coatlnen- \K TOKIA AVEM . 'Mid' - ri 'M ial and other lines of rallrokd. ' 9 Seven railroads are chartered to build to Fort George, the geographical and rtrateglc centre ot Brltl�h Ooluinbia, and natural supply poiO'C lor Caaada'B groat Inland Empire. ^ Fort George i� at the .limotlon of v 1,100 rallea of navigable watenvays, v and will be one ot the largest cU- > ies in the West. -Viift" You can get in ahead of the \'j railroad and take advantage ot the wonderful advance In raJuea It you*- :i act quick. Lot II.S send you a free copy o� �'I3ritlsh Columbia Bull�h,in of In-'' formation," containing up -to date.> development news and synopala of'-. Govenimcnt land, mining and tltt-' ^ ; Ijfr laws. Aft quick; write today. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. Paid Up Capital $250,000 .loint Owners and Sole Agenta Forts George Townrite. � Head Office 523 Bower Building, ~ Vancouver, B, C. DISTRICT SALES SOLICITOR ' T. M. BRYDEN, ill .Smitii street, Lethbridge. Ismail cash paymeir 1(1 pay for the impt-oveinents aiul hnia"' "ti crop iiaynieiit plan, fine crop will pay (or the f;irm. $2ii.Uii lu-r acre. 7S fe�i on Round sireo; itUiiiov;', east, near Courtland, ea. $050 >; Some fine lots on 12th Ave.