Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
BDAY, 1MI THI LBTBBIUDGE DAILY RRRALD PAGE FIVE I', VIEW OF THE SHEEP INDUSTRY NEAR LETHBRIDGE TUT YOUR MONEY IN LETHBR1DGE; YOU CANT LOSE IN THE LONG RUN." This is the answer of the late Sir William Whyte, Vice-President of the C.P.R, to a Mend of Mr. Marnock, President of the Lethbridge Board of Trade and who had a letter of intro- duction to Sir William, SUBWA Y Property t. Best Buy in Lethbridge Lois 18 1622, bolhiii- Block G7 at the South entrance of Sub- .it Part cash; balance on mort- gage penocl of 18 jc.us Gibbons Phone. -'Baimott'.l Block. Write any of firms listed on agents who are ready to give this page. They are all reputable financial you any information that you may desire. Now is the Time to Buy Land You may tie sure that it will never be cheaper. We have several good quar- ters and iiaK sections.-close to railroad at to Per Acre. Don't fail to sso us about this land. ..-THE- Weber Agency Alberta Block FOR SALE Improved quarter section in Jfolilc district, very cheap an d exceptionally- easv H. MacBeth Agency SHERLOCK BUILDING Build Your own Home Lots 2V" blocks from Westminster School in North.Lethbridgc at and each Terms: down balance per month. L. S. Ripley Company Phone 1034 Block STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Sherlock Building OWNERS OF Morningside GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANAD- IAN PACIFIC An' immense area of. the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices, ranging from Jll to per acre for non-irnsated Ifinds and to 575 per acre for irrigated lands. Terms, onc- twenttetli down, balance in 19 annual Instalments. Loan' for farm development up to also repayable in 20 years. Interest at only 6 per cent. For fiill particulars, apply to WILSON SKEITH, Ajents DEPARTMENT OF NATUR- AL RESOURCES Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbrldge, Alberta. EXCHANGE j We have'a fine, ready-made Fruit Farm to exchange for revenue producing property in. Lethbridge. The following are the particulars: f.uOy '.improved, 550 and Cherry'Trees', near- My.filUjeai-iiig. Sonic Alfalfa, Small liiiuse, barn and out-buildings. Half mile from town and cannery. This produced 2000 boxss In 1tl3. Let ui; have your proposition. TheDowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Building Phone 544 Money to loan at City Property. House on BUSINESS AND Eight the. most desirable parts of the city can new he purchased Estate Insurance Room 210 Sherlock Bldg LOW LANDS EASY TERMS We first class PROPERTY Balance per irrigable and Non-Irrigable, for sale at without ___________________ _ full particulars A. McCorvie Phone SKE1TH C. P. R. AGENTS, SHERLOCK 0, Box 370. Phone 718 C.N.R. HOIST VOTE To Drill For Of S. E. of the increased still more. The company, he said, had mineral rights on over a million acres which surely ii time would lie very valuable. Allud ing to Oil possibilities, a cable was read .from tlie-agents giving. a favor CON.TlSUBl> .KnOM JJRQNT CONTINUED .FROM FRONT f if A tliouRlit that they should not bo Mr Carriole (Rainy Mr. Buchanan went on.to say, had.called Mr. Bennett a- ''bucking broncho. Well, bucking''bronchos were liable to throw people, and he would not he surprised to see the government thrown in consequence of the intro- ductipn of this legislation. It had been urged, Mr. Buchanan, said, that it would not do to have this propos-; al go over six months as the money was required. The demand, had been made six months ago, and the C: N. R..was still going.ahead with construction work. People would lie-willing to wait for six months to get some accurate' infor- mation because tltey object to Canr ada going partnership with men of the "get-fich-quick type. What the government should have secured is control, ot the.major- ity of the stock or the complete ownership of the C. N. R. system. In 190-1 and 1908 Mr. Borden had ad- vocated government ownership, but when he had an opportunity do something he entered into a junior partnership with Mackenzie Mann, when he might" just as easily- have secured control. If the Dominion was to ue a partner, ifc should be a sen- ior partner. Buchanan said that'the belie! of most people is that Mackenzie and Mann have made fortunes out of tiro construction of the O.N.R., a.nd are anyious to keep control. They also believe that if they desire to do this, ihey should sacrifice all of their pri- vate fortunes to realize their ambi- tion. Right Rev. Bishop McNally Pays Macleod a Visit CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE ing to pay taxes towards the upkeep of both seperai.6 and public schools, as was the ease- in some countries. Following the bestowal of the bish- opric blessing, addresses were read in English by Mayor Stedman and In French by Superintendent Starnefi. to both of which the Bishop replied in brief. fn tne afternoon his lordship was lakerr or, a. motor drive around the town, and through the country, and jii the evening lie again officiated at Vespers. FOREST DESTROY A. MICHIGAN VILLAGE Alfred, Midi., May vil- lage was wiped forest fire which swooped down yesterday. UP vIK! V Chapin, "SM within six weeks there will disturbance here that will surprise you. ,I: carry application blanks with me, out I don't have- to sell the stock. A man spoke to me on the train, asking me if I had an application blank. 1 handed him one, he filled it in and passed over the 'money. 1.'didn't talk three.words to make.a- I of- fered Dingjnan stock and I still iiiayc SiOSE LEASES.-'PILED Thai 'tni'.oil iraie spreading speedily is further'evidenced at the ianrf office''today.1 A party oi Taber Dr. J. E.Wright, K. Amiable, Ales. Campbell, W.. B. Nelson Blue and Frank B. Sclwc'-vil arrived in the city last night Jor the purpose of- Mine 1'ases, and yesterday J. Cooper, a wealthy Nanton business man, filed 'on several leases at the Lethbridge office. That River field is uuder- lald with'oil is the opinion of Cun- ningham Graig, the noted British oil expert, now. in Calgary. Here is wtat he says in a signed statement: "The Dingman well is still in the Belly river formation, which must be dipping very steeply. There is a fil- tered product which must have mi- grated from below and to the west ward. There must be large bodies oi heavier oil in the neighborhoc-1, prob- ably in the Kootanie and lower beds of bakota formation. "The next two mcaths should prove whether there are to he great oil ficlfls in this region or not. The ex- ploitation of-the fields is only com- mencing, but there is very little doubt that the oil industry has come to stay. CUNNINGHAM CRAIG." C.