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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xin. TWELVE PAGES LKTHBHIDGE, ALBliRTA. TUESDAY, MAUCH 23, 1920 TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 87, Indian Doukhobor, Hudson Bay and Lends To Be Thrown Open ACRES TO BE DRAWN AT CALGARY OTTAWA, March pro- posed for balloting of the purchase by soldier settlers of In- dian, reserve's, Doukhobor and HucJton Bay In Alberta and Saskatchewan arc as follows: April Doukho- bor lands at Kamuck, Saik. April acres, Hudson Bay Unds'at Calgary. April acres (approxl- Pope lands tease at Cal- April acres, -Poorman'j at- Saskatoon. acres, Ochopo- wace reieryii, and acres, Plapot reserve, Regina.- .April acres, Hudson Bay Jarid at Battl-ford, SasV. April screa, Hudson Bay lands at various points in the prairie provinces. The opening of two other In- dian reserves will be announced later. They ore Big River, 950 aeres, northwest of Prince Albert, and Mtstawasls. seres, northwest of Prince Albert. JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER Latest portrait of' America's octo- genarian raultf-mlllfouure. In spite of his years It 'is reported he keeps himself'tit by playing 'golf. Interest In John D. la particularly keen among autolsts who hear xumors ol GO-cent gasoline iu-Weitern Canada. High Prices for U.S.Farm Land, Favorable Exchange, Are Bringing Settlejs Here Fa nit of IrrtfttcJ arid favorable situation In Canada for Arnei'icani. Ip bringing much wealth to the LethbridQe district. Farmers In the have made a comfortable pile are looking far land where cw'mitke a sure crop year, where they do not have to o'eptnd on and for a that win last and will not out S It becoming known throughput the UniUd.'tUUs that the Irrigated lands of Southern although exptnjlyf, good returns as tj-.e far famed wheaC lands In their owm That more attention Is beinp, paid to.Southern irrigated[ landi U well shown, during the past few daya, by" two salei. Coaldale is the place in the limelight for thete' One came up from Wyoming and paid VtSO'an for Irrlflated land, No build- other improvements were contained in this conilden.lion, H. A. of Coaldale, reported. The sale was maderthrpugh Mr. Suggitt and E, Baker was the purchaser. In the other case the name cf the purchaser has not been divulged. He sold his land in Iowa for an acre, exchanged his money into Canadian currency, which nave htm an added an-.acre. He came to Alberta and purchased Irrigated land at an acre. This man has two sons. He has been watching the development of the irrigated sections of this provjnce and has toured them. After looking over several districts he WAS sure that the Irrigated land will grow now just as much as Iowa-farm land ever grew, arid it is only about one-fourth the price. Aliens In Cancufa Do Not Appreddfe Our British Justice Aurora Borealis Very Frisky Kicks Up rill Heels Putt Telegraph Wires Out of Com- Fans Have Reason To Be Real Peeved at Him. Here is the very latest snapshot otl II. R. H. tho Prince ot Wales, taken I as iiD was leaving the Cbavel Royal, i St. James', alter attending j infant daughter Carisbroko, Estimates' for This' Number Are "-V-- Grad- ually Decrease LO.VUO.V, March Canadian army estimates, making estimates for troops, which win be gradually diminished to 000,