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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Xuvcmhcr I, 1912. TIIF, LETIIIUUDGR DAILY HERALD BuyReal Estate in the country that produces the best wheat in the worfc To the Home Seeker Wo have just completed a fully modern six roomed cottage on Jjl. A. North, and invite anyone wishing to secure a comfortable well built home -to come nnd inspect our work and the exceptionally commodious layout of the building. We guarantee both material and work to be first-class and all wo as I; over the price of same is it decent wnge. Our pricit cash, balance to suit. Apply Harleman and Shand Carpenters on the Building' After 6 p.m. at 1312 Sixth Avenue A. North I Want To Deal A Iltunfoy Oil-Pull. lii-IIO; practically now. x Olvo me and nlow acres, Mtnbblu ground this fall, or next sjtring or snmnior fallow next year. Plowing to be done iiot less than five inches deep. 1 have acrus to be jilowed. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Look This Up 63 feet, 4 in. I'aciuo1 cast' on JStlrSL, S., be- tween 6th and 7tli Avenues at Terms. Exclusive listing. Your Listings Desired A. V. GIBBONS Plume 1425 RENTALS 'Balmoral Block INSURANCE Something You Can't Beat Half-section .200 a fenced House and well.: close 1.0 good live town. Per 'Acre GEORGE ANGUS ROOM 116 SHERLOCK BLOCK Fire Insurance LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Money to Loan Buy a Cheap Home :d, fully modern roUasc, on one lot. lia 3.00. cash, balance in live yuars. The C. B. Bowman Agency Five roomed, fully modern roUayc, on one lot. lialf block from car lino, ?.2300.00. ?250 cash, balance in live years. BLOCK. PHONE 1325. Farm Lands TJalf-Seclion, JO miles northeast of Stifling. Special price of per per acre cash, balance over eiyht six per cent. One of the best iriiproved sections o[ land in the Lcthbridge. district. Tim best of building; good ronees and all fully improved. Price per acre; special terms given, Half-Section S miles west of Lethbridgc. sood buildings and fences; all under cultivation. Price per acre, on easy lernis. Our Listing of. Farm Lands and City Property is Most Complete. Alberta Loan and Investment OFFICE 416 5th St., South. Company, Limited PHONE 1214. 2 I'.-ieinii'cast on lltkiSl.. water, sow- er and close to cm- line at each; terms. Six lots i'aciiiL1: Fleet wood school at r 'iicb: terms. A .fully modern 7 room house on 28 I'l. lot cor. 9th itikh R. V. Gibbons Co. Farms SOUTHERN ALBERTA LEADS WORLD IN WHEAT GROWING iniity to town is in the beet Visitorat Raymond Praises Tllf> Knight Co. arc Country and Gives Some Good Advice Haymoml, Nov. had a visit on Thursday of this wued from Mr. Kdwui'd Bunt It- I wick, of LeW, Utah. .Mr. Koiuhwlck j was a delegate from lite district to iht) Dry-Farming Congress at Le-lh- iimi since then has been look- f ing over southern Alberta. Asked by the press repre.semativy what he thought of the country, Mr. South- wick replied, "I have seen most of tlie grout funning countries of the world, but i havo nover seen a grain growing country etitml to Southern Alberta. 1 once thought that Ore- gon led the world, but, now 1 know that Southern Alberta does." The visitor is himself a. dry farmer from a. dry country and knows whereof he speaks. The Herald asked what method of farming ho would advise and ho Quickly answered that in his opinion the first thing that Alberta I farmers must do is to unload some land. They are, be thinks, trying to farm too much. ''Mix and intens- were the words he used. He was sure that just as much grain could be raised from half the area by intensifying as many farmers are get- ting now. Mr. Southwick Is also a beet and is rendering a. I service to the Kuigbt Sugar Company i while here .A bceL topper which they very glad to bu able to set at this season of tlw year. Sonic have i brought wagons anii are hauling beets io the shcdti. Others are lopping nnd piling in the Their trade Beets Are Satisfactory An unusually largo number of lu- illann are frequenting Raymond these days. The occasion of their -proxim- ity to town is the work in the beet fields. The Knight Sugar Co. are glad to be able to get them at tiiis season oi the year. Sonic have- brought wagons and zn-o hauling beets to the sheds. Others are tup- ping and piling in the fields. Tlieii trade means considerable to Raymond -merchants as they spend what they ing town, The presence, of n largo colony o! Belgians has very much reduced the difficulty oi getting labor this year Tho ever faithful Japs are also on the Job aud Vork is progressing fa- vorably. Raymond Must Have a Vet. Raymond has'long felt the need of a veterinary surgeon. It lias been argued, by some that Lejhbridgo is loo near make'the work of a vet- erinary profitable here, but the fact that Ray mend lies at the centre of one of tiie :largest horse and cattle districts in the province ensures that tills stock must, from time to time treed Uie seryices of a man who un- derstands his profession. There luiv, been right in town lately several de- monstrations of the fact, that a resi- purchased some time ago has not j dential veterinary surgeon [been giving satisfactory service. The saved the life of valuable animals. machine us uunufaoiured by a firm i The Board of Trade lias' endeavored fin which .Mr. isar ago. All'mem- bers oi the ordrr are urgent 1 I quested io be present. Lasi, night Hayniond was all in Ilosides the numerous private parlies nil the public buildings in town wcro busy with meciinys of one sort or an other. In (he Oddfellows ball the Board of Tradi- held a meeting: rhe council held ;i special meeting iu the council1' chamber: 11n; Alta Theafro was open as and (bo Af. 1. an ontei'iaiuiiK.'iit in the second ward church. Work on (lie of .r. (I. enson -cast of I'.road way is -progress- ing nicely. Tho biiildins is now closer! in and the interior linishing- being The Raymond military band have a practice en Kiinday afu-riu iuiiiiriess bers in to winu 1111. TRYING TO CONFINE THE BLAZE Yo r k 11 e ra I il is Messrs. Utiest and Heasley of ,Ma- grath v.-fero guests at The manse on Wednesday night. Rev. H. W. Toomba visited in the homestead country easi. of Stirling on Thursday and Friday. Geo. Wra-y, who has been visiting his brother Dr. Wray leaves for Sas- katchewan on Monday. Dr. Johnston, S., of Stirling made a professional visit to Raymond on Thursday. Gco. AVray was a Let.hbridfjr vt.sii- or this week. T. K. Oil. has spendin; week in Lethbridpe. .1. A. Hill 'was u Magratli visit Thursday. Dr. Jiiul Mrs. Jolinson of Si vere in Raymond on Thursday. A. Scott, general inspector of the Security Trust Company of Calgury, was a business visitor lo Raymond Wednesday and Thursday. Kenny and RAYMONDITE LOST HIS HAND "DON" SKOUSON MEETS1 WITH A SERIOUS ACCIDENT WHILE THRESHING ho opera house'and -Mrs. Sparks ami 'Mrs. were visitors to Cards Lou this woelc. .D. KMison, one of bust, year's st'.id- onls at tlu> lot't. for a in ibo eastern stutns on Tuesday ou at which somo iilcciing die moin- A full atd'iidanco Presidoni Mramwell in giving a very course of leciun-s at ihe Academy on psychology. treatise is the text book used and a larKO claws has boon enrolled. The period is from i o'clock in tor noon to 5 o'clock, tlnis public school teachers and fustnict- ors at Iho Academy an to a ft end. Btects arc Satlsfaciory An unusually larsc- number of tn- iian.-i urn freiitii'iit-iug ftaymoud i The of their prox- Short Personals J, II. lim-Illo of l.t'thbridyt' n business visitor 10 Kuymoml on Thursday. O. A. Wooll.-y ui .Magrath 'ivas in Uaymond on Th'ir.silay. iiiNl H. Tyc of Sli lint', tin? nf .Mr. and -Airs. W. MclX Tait tculay. Roy Micks lias returned from a mis- sion in Uu> fit in ea. i.l LAKE STEAMER'S RECORD CARGO Kon. William, N'ov. the sl'eunier VVilli.- departs tor Buffalo tonight she will carry the Jtaymoad, Nov. extremely sad uucidunt occurred last evening nujir Magrath, whereby a promtneut young Haymondite lest his lei'.' hiiml about the wrist. Don Skoiison :is ho is popularly known here, was working two miles north of. .Magrath, across tbe POL Hole, on the threshing outfit of. Jos. C', Peterson, when in some unaccountable manner his hand he- canra caught in the machinery of the separator, taking it off completely above the wrist and drawing out the tendons of the lower arm. Don had. picked up the severed member ami put it in his overalls pocket before help got to him. .lie was immediate- ly pnr in a vehlelo and transferred to Card's car n-hinh happened lo bo in and driven t.o Or. Keillor's surgery, where a, further amputation wns necessary. At Die present time the yomiff man ia at Ilia mother's homy recovering from the effects of I FORMER POST OFFICE INSPECTOR DEAC Winnipeg, Nov. W Macleod ex-post office inspector, and for manj years a prominent citizen of Wihni peg, died this morning at two o'clock Mr. Macleod was superannuated lasl after forty-six years' sen ice Ji: the department. He was born at'Nern London, Prince Edward Island, in 1847, coming west in 1882, and. since that tiniG.has resided in Winnipeg, He is survived by his two sons and two daughters, M. C. ilacleod, ol Peterboro, Ont.; U. M. Macleod, of Waterous, Sask.; Harold Spragiig and Mrs. Arthur Bain, both of the lat- ter being of Winnipeg. Own a Home The solid- brick, fully modern six room cot1 ta'ge, If o.. 536 12th St. S., is for sale., and no. reasojiable offer will be refused. The lot lias 50 feel; frontage and faces east. For particulars etc., write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawer L Lcthbridg'c, Alberta UNPRECEDENTED OFFER 16 Lots in North Lelhhridgc, centrally located No cash required. Bankable note accept- ed.' J. R. REVILL Room Kirkhiun Hlock. Phones 101S. moved into Dr. .1. K. Amos' for 1lio Dr. Amo.s miidt; liis nsufil weekly vi.-tli i bin lo Itiiyniond on of n living boon frotu any ol' the lako ports Tlio Kins H'rnt ur.dor c'cvalor early mornlnc; Lo load to capacity It IH thai her carpo will he hnahdfi, Tho grain record 'was VniKhwIs, inclmlinji antjnipatod. Don was a prominent alhloto, having slood hohind tlin plut< foT Ilio Kayiiiond hnsrhnll cfnh foi several yrar.s nnd fifiiirod with the Skourton Hrolliers in track -evonts in Jil'fcront jwrts ol' the province. Some- fnniis fiir Ilic siniinicir liave nearly! pan, taken by thp stcarnor .lonea of hfs ffrit may be .soon fit the all miH'f'd to town. Spnckiii.ui wliij has 1: ing :t in Crow's Nest Pass. roturiKMl to town on Monday night, Connolly nf tin- Hank of Moni.roal, n'tnnMul from his holiday trip on Wednesday, :ir, Dnhith. The bijTK'-'st. prcv ionsly from l-'ort. William was Willie L. is owned by Iho Jntcrslate ('ompany oi Clovolarid and in one of Amni'lrnn linntw and ibis IKT tirst trip to tho lieaci Utv lakct. (hat JU'tiir irom (lie of chloroform ho walked down stairs unassisted to a car-1 that was waiting to toko him to'bis home. Mr. SkoiiBon, who IR a son of Mrs, A. H. Hkon.'ton. was a fit.ndent lant, term nt Iho Academy. Snap Avenue Lothbridt Xorlh Each Terms HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley MuShern Land Co. Shci-loclc Bids1. 7th St. ;