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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday. March 0,1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALU LOOK THIS UP 1-3 LoUi 37-38, block 122. on Westminster Road, omIi, balance 6 and 12 months Lots 22, 23 and 24, block R, Duff Estate, $750 ach, terms R. V. GIBBONS & CO. Pfien* l�i Ott Block Any of These on Our Famous Easy Terms HOOO Acr�s on bloc In Curdston dliitrlct, grasB ]S inchei high, llvint iprlDBB on every Hectloii. 'Best mixed fanning land in Alb�rt�. 1449 Aorai en bloc la 17-83, near Vulcftn, ou the Osrmangay liranoh. A very fine piece of steam plow land. 949 Acr�, balag Motion 10-2-24, fenced, fine flowing creek In tllfl north OMt corner, three miles from elevator, big grass. Alt atoam plow �tufi:. Sl� AcrAt two and oue half miles from Warner, fine lying land. All atoam plow. 9%0 Aer(M. alx iqllea from Chin on main line of C. P. R. 36 acres broken roady for the drill, a fair house, barn for 8 head, ijnall out buildlnga, a good well, nverythiug ready to occupy ItO Acres one half mile from Milk River Station, fenced, twenty aeraa ready for the spring crop. 160 Aorea in 11-21, 7 miles froin Diamond City, an excellent piece In a food district. ItO Aor�� in 18-25, 8 miles from Claresholm, all broken, 80 acres Rumnier tallow, ready for the drill this spring, good fencing, good 2,000 bushel granary. This piece is an extra snap. AND WE HAVE OTHERS We own all our lands, we soil at a reasonable price and our terras well m', yon will be surprised. Anyone can meet them If they have the equipment (or f,irniing. Cur this out and call or write ua today. FARM SECURITY CO. AUSKRTA OFFICE. WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. STORY OF THE BAR U RANCH .Norman Raiikin, of Ciilgary, Is the author of an iiilrrostinp! story of the life of OKiirRr Liinr, of the famous Bar I; ranch, iu thr; ciirrrnt numbor of Canada Monlhlv. Thv tale is a stirring,oiy of catllp land wiil-ten in gripping fashion anil ineludcB half a ilo'/.pn wfll-l-old anecdotes wf the (aniotus ranchrr, iVlr. Kankin has piiotographpd the ninn'.s jifciiliaritif.s wiili a piquant charm, and thn story is one of the roadahlc tales of Alberta that has appe.Tved for some linie: Every Western Canadian knows of G�orge I,ane, "The Hoss of the Bar I'" and breeder of Percherons, hut not everyone has heard how he bested the rOnglisli Allans to the time ot thirty thousand dollars, and became the owner, instead ot Uic Allans' man ager. In '92 George hane-now thoiongli-ly grown up-with his partner, Gordon Ironsides, weni down to Mont-leal to nesotiale wiili the Allans fur tlie oi the Bar r. The Allans aslted $250,Ono j.ane oflerod .$2ii(l,000. The Allans invited George to dine at (he SI.. .James' t'lub, and George went. They dined in evening elotlies, and at 8 30, They had ''several" drinks, and then some more drinks. Then the waiter hroiiglit in cigars, and Lane felt it was; lime to j maple .seeds, talk further business Then'fenced and sparred and bUilTed for a good half hour, hut eventually the Allans, upon repealed offers from their guest, looked at one another,! laughed, and said, ".\ll rinht, Gforge, j SOB A Splendid Buy 3 lot* in block ISO, facing east, �325 EACH. TERMS 1>i|BBe are en water and llisht aervloe and are sure to have seweif fliis Buminer. This chMioe is only for a few days. VOmm LETHBRIDGB KEALl^ CO. webtminstbr road. PHONE 93S $"iU,000 signing I thai, you can have it at thai, but down, and the halanee upon the deeds. 'i'ou can have it George.' They sal hack in their chairs und motioned the waiter to fill up the glasses ; they .smiled, and nodded at (tie another good-humoredly ; they didn't think l.aiie had the money. But tlie\ reckoned without their guest ; they forgot the manner of I man he was Then and there, ho "just dug down into his jeans" ami came,up with JSO.OOfi. , 1,'anu was horn in T-o-way, and when hut a stripling moved .into Kansas with his patents When he grew to be si.xteen years old, could lick every kid of his age in the distiict, de-tested "gurrls" and smoked cigarettes, he took the long trail across Nebras-K'ey and Wyorrring into Montiancr. H'is father had "hhucd the way" there some years before, and the kid "i^m him down" in "Virginey City." He got work on a big lanch nearby. It was a cdintnoii practice in days to drive, beet 701) miles to mar-| ket, shipping at (irange via the  l.'n-ion I'acific to i'hicago. Big herds wou'ld start in April for October ship meiit. In 'S-'i he maile ii trip as far north as P'ort Kipp in .Mbi'rta, and when he returned m the spring ho announced his intention of making Alberta his Iiradqii.Tr^ers It is said of nciirgc l.ane. that he has a grea,t respec!. for the maple tree, for it was the -lOurcB of his first earnings. When he was a small kid back al. home, he [licked two sacks of whirl, he sohl for ten dollars, real iuonev ; this munev he converted into two (.ilvcs, the foundation of his presetii enormous cattle business. Today Ins cattle arc numbered by the, and in addition to his hall interest in the Bar r, he owns a siii.ill randi of 10,000 acres south of liassano. the "('I.' ag K" ranch at Willou Creek, and other trifling propeit ic... At the "Flying V." he has n summer borne, and gen-erall}- spends jiarf of each year there with his famih. LIFETIME change of a W* iMtve a aee. af fine farming land for sale on crop payment ylan- 99^JS^plf is eteain pi*w land and la situated in 'the fertile valley Ap fipe land as there is in Alberta. Small cash payment te yiy for the Itoproveuents and baiancc ou crop payment plan. One .AMP will pair tor the (afm. $20.00 per acre. 78 feet oa Rsund street-improved-very cheap and easy terms. 6 reoiaed moilern cottage-fine leeation, 13100-terms. a lots, 1100 eaoii-terms. W. H. JOHNSON LAND CO.. Johifton Block A CRANBROOK MAN'S VIEWS Writing to the Canadian Farm. A. Ii. McDermoil, of Cranbrook, says: 'Ihe proposed irado a.^reemeni with the riiited States cniinoi be anything t)ut a very great ndvantane lo the agriculturists of Canada, as (he removal of duties ou fooilsliiffa, sueh as bu(-ter, eggs, cheese, etc. and ^^*eal opens (0 ihem a mark'-'; of ninety million people. .'Purely no oue will attempt lo deny that this niiist tiltimaicly he of a tremendous advantage lo the whole of the Uomlnjon of Canada, SLOGANS FOR LETHBRIDGE We want your Farm Loans. We waat to write your Tire Insurancie. We want to write your Life Insurance. We want to write your Live Stock Insurance. -We own 30,000 Mret Souttaern Alberta Land thet will sell itself- THE 0. W. KERR CO. o. T. LATHROP.....RESIDENT MANAGER The H. MACBETH AGENCY (NSURANQB LOANS HIRLOCK �UlLDINa-LeTHBRIDQE Desire acreage and house property listings Yours would be appreciated SPUR TRACK LOTS 11 lots ill Spur track, west ol' West-mi its ter Road- eacJi. 1-3; balance 6, 12 and 18 niontlis at 7 per cent. Editor ot the IkTald: Sir,-In reading your valuable paper' I noticed that the rovnicil are in\ltlng; Slogans which will assist in advertls-! Iing the city. ! j 1 have pleasure. .VIr. Editor, in for j 1 warding one to you that has crime in i 'my mind today: j I.ethbridp.c for health, ' I l.ethhridgo for wealth, I Lethbridgo K.xteiids Welcome to .iVII. " A. C. S. b'dlior of 1)10 Hei-flld: Sir. - Here's a slos.Hii; "Lead mo to Lelhbridge. Willie will you lead me to Lethbridgo." H. G. IHI.MPHRKYS. Monjich. Alta., March (>. HARRIS BOLTS; GIVES REASON JIO 7th St. SoiUh Gilt Edge IiiveHtmeiitH 2 lots on Round St., with small house, renting for J20.00: will be business property In a yfefir or two, only ISROO. Good tenus. Semt-modcrn house on 40 ft. lot, $14.50. S160 cash, balance raonibly psymecte. 211 acres, 8 miles 8. K. of this olty, all plowed and ready for seedisg, (85.90. Good tonus. W� etlU have a number ot gooi buys iu Bow Island Townsite. Weber-Huff Investment Co. room kv-alberta block PHONE 771 Lethbridge Real Estate for sale . 10 lots 111 Rosedalc at ilhO eacli-125 cash and S.') per month. ,S lots in Uuff Addition. Blk. 2.1--$400 each, cash, 4 and S months balance. Tell us what you wish to l)u.\ and we can gel it for you. McLachlan Realty Co. 11-12 Southard Blk. Phone 538 �' Ottawa, .March !l -In the House oi Commons vesterday l.lovd llarri.s, Liberal, spoke in opposition to tin-reciprocily agreement. Hv four reasons for his action. The lirsi was that till' government had no matuluti' from llic lieople to make such an agreement. He nevi objected to llio method in uliicli it was done. The rnciiiheis had fot been called info con situation and Ihe proposal had only been considered hv the cabinet for an 1 ^fjhoiir. His third reason was that ' -^'tiicrc had not been a thoroiith inxcs-. tigatioii before an> changes in th'' tarifl l;ad been made atni lii.s List ir.i- i son v,.is iliat it hurt the priilc oi Can adiai.s. i 6 lots m Block 3, corner Tentli A.veniie and Twel-ftti street- S315 I^ach term>i. ASQUITH & LINDSEY REAL ESTATE � FINANCIAL BROKERS. FIRE INSURANCE. 307 BROWN BLOCK. PHONE 11S3. WILL 00 TO SAN FRANCISCO .New york March 8.-Frankly stating file disappointment he had experienced Jn his ministry to the wealthy Fifth Avenue Baptist church, the Rev. Char- les F. Aked. announced today that he had received a unanimous call to the First Congregational Church of San Francisco. He said he had been unable to find any good reason why he should not accept. MONEY TO LOAN , on I''a nil .LmiuI.s ^.K: ('iry Property lU'iits ( V)11('c1(mI Li.sliiic!,'.s ^^'all(c^l ll�it8eK For Sale Fire, Life & Aeei-(leiit Insiiraiice W. M. HARRIS DOMINION BLOCK CLARESHOLNI NEWS | ! t'lai c,-nolni, .Vhirch 7.-.\lf. M. H. Lini i :i>en, of tiie firm of Liinjien & Coii| inell. larmers and ran.hers, of Wain-i iwriplii. .'Vila., was iu town yesterday, i I .ut'ssi Liniiiert * Connell have a! ISPciioi: ol' laud iwol\o miles east of; jtown. ,ind Mr. l,imi)eri was down lo � see alioal getting seed wheal iind oatsi li'.ir iT.ipiiin.n this section this S|iriiif;. � lie took occasion to become a mem-i ber ol i be C C .A. while here. ' 'fhi- .".-.Mile Cnioii meetiiif; on Sai ii day tiiijit was father lively and i^oine beaiiil disiljssions were hroim'ni up ns^'lci^sl;. and about old tmsine.^ ilia' nail i'ceii settled louf, a^o. This dis-i:nKsion was l)rought up liy a icw uiimi . iieiH wiio well., n til tic bit infill.-i,. Oil b\ liic jo,\- lliiiil. and tor a limc ihi.. loi'tioi i lie,\ weie union members, aid aclcri loi a time ill every way po.-isiiib� ;as if ibey wanted lo l)reaU i be nv ri ling, llov.ever (he \ ici-presidont. ulio � was in ihe chair, was firm and lo pi liusiiicss nio.iiig. .\eail> rt George, the seosraph-| Isal and strategle centre of BrltliBhi Columbia, and natural supply polstf [or Canada's great Tnlaad Bmplre. ;1 Fort Georgo is at the janctlohlotl 1,100 miles of narlgable waterways;! und will be one of tho largest rcltv lee In the 'West. You can get in ahead of the^ railroad aB(^ take advantage of �the^ wonderful advance in vala�s^if;.; act quick. -v^M, Let Us send jou a free copTiiO "British Columbia Bulletin of.Iii:i, formation," contalnlBg up to date5| development ne^rs and synopsis Oorernm�nt land, mltttng andvttm-i bor laws. * '� >; Act quick; write today. ^ Natural Resources^ Security Co., Ltd. Paid Up Capital ISSO.OOO ' Joint Owners and Solo Agenie;Fort| Qacrgo TowBslte. ' ' Head Office 523 Bower Butldlno,! Vancouver. B. C. DISTRICT SAtee SOLICITORi T. M. SrYOEN, {A 111 Smith stoeet, Uti>brid||tl| FIRE -LIFE-ACCIDEMT-AND livestock insurance Criibb St. FAVOR WORKING BUT NOT CORPORATE CHURCH UNtOf meml Hamilton, March 8.-A dozen bors of the Hamilton'Presbytery ha� signed the Mackay resolution favorUi'i a working, but not corporate, chur union. ' iliai liiir- !m><"'i shipi'i'il in trom the iionli i.h not m'i-y, t.onic of il ib \ I Vy poor iiuli 1! .Ml--. .1 T. .\c;ili. of I'arkjiOid, was ill lov 11 li.sitiiu. iidt'v. Mr Xortb has liei'ii in Ontario all winti-!' visitinif and t'on with ilie bank, having been com-, l.ellad to sive up his military careor owing 1.) the accident which he mot �:ih roiiit- llmo ago on tho football lii'ld IMve l.loyti has iliKpoBed of his dray Sherlock BIdg.-7th 8t. 2 lots, Weetmlnster Road, facing fairgrounds, each J400 T.S foot on Round Btraet, oljse to Courtland, modern cottiigo and Bh.ack. bringing splendid rentols, 59,000.00 Lots 34 and 35, Block 98, Ernest street, near Bompas, each ?S75 2 lota om Ernest 3t. facing oa^t. near Courtland, ea. $fi50 Somo fine lots ou 12th Ave. S^.iMih, U'AVVA ?225.00 , 11'iiisu(-iiiii; h isiiic.sK in coniiei-iIon , aiiil ilraying biieinpss to the Tahfr lii-- willi Mif I'arlilamI lortiiKiu-. iiy. -Mr. Lloyd Is agent for the Ini-Pt-ria: Oil t'o., and- will look after thn' iomiEcsH. as he thinks there xvill W ;i large cull on his lime. the TABER ITEMS �I'Hi.i-i'. !arf-h 7. .Mr. .\l(-.\. l-on^ vvlio has iii,'iil( a lio.s, of frit'iulH v.-nils; ill the scivK-c of 111'- Kasleni Town-Hiiips Hank lirr--, will jiroreod to the liranch ol thai iiunii at Crand Forks, ai. soul; MS hi- 1 is iiulisjit-ist (1, en h.\' Ml. .1 II ilraiii, of Vancouver. ; iiis n-Kignatlon a.; .1 -Air. Chas. Tiiiiiier ha.s acropteil n posl-1 L'nited .Stateo senate WITHDRAWS RESIGNATION \Vasiiinsion. iMarrli s. in deference able. At prcsi-ni lie,to the reiiuni.i of Hovi-nior foii'iili, of )!) pl.u-e here is tak- 'I'e.xas, Henator Baik-y ha.s ivithdrawn'll.'-'r of tlit- i Bowsley-McMillan^ Land Co. Phone 544 ;