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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i fff i i 7 JJ I f THE LETHBRIPGE HERALD nesday, November 22i 1910. CHERCI J i j Vi--: j i L 1 jLrf" ju? Zrf Z3 XT1 'HAVING COME IN CONTACT WITH A NUMBER OF PEOPLE recently who have been supplied with the misiriformation effect that the Pincher District is subject to more frost than other grain producirlg districts in Southern Alberta, Mr. A. G. Robertson, Superintendent of the Alberta Pacific Co. Ltd., who is one of the best posted, and most reliable grain men in Alberta, and who has charge elevators belonging to his company% Southern Alberta, has been kind enough to furnish us with :a statement in subject, which can be relied upon to be absolutely correct, and which we publish The report qfA.C. Robertson, Superin- tendent of Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. on crop conditions in the District. report has been circulated that Pincher DiJ- is more subject to frost than other districts Southern Alberta. This is entirly incorrect, and I speak from five years' experience ill the grain business, having had charge of the Alberta Pacific Elevator Company's business at Pincher City for two years and have for the past three years been travelling superintendent for the same company in Southern Alberta. pin this capacity I have had ample opportunity of judging the relative {merits of district in province south of Calgary and I am free to say that .none of them appeal to me more strongly than does the country surrounding Pinclier City. A; C. ROKERTSON We hope this statement of Mr, Robertson's will relieve us in the future of the nec- essity of expending our time and energy ih attempting to disprove thes6j4ertoneous reports. The people who are trying to knock Pincher City are running ing material. The latest report in that line is that the is going move its road away from Pincher City, There people who would pay any attention to'such ridiculous reports, but there are spme who do. If the same feport was made about Lethbridge, there are people who would believe it, and it's impossible to prevent people from misrepresenting Pincher we can secure any one who may be skeptical on the railway moving report.; We will put -up a certified bond which.will bind us to pay the purchaser of-Pincher City they Have paid us on Pincher City property, in the event of the C.P.R. moving its road away from Pmcher City. This will be a good investment if the road is moved, as you will get for every you have invested, but We think your profit will be greater for the C. P. R. will not be moved, Having sold more Pincher City pro- perty than we expected to sell and. we have decided to take Pincher City pro- perty off the market after this Week, We are going to hold it for higher prices. Sat- urday November 26th will be the last day that you can buy Pincher City property at present prices from us. Until the prices will be busines lots size 25x150 feet. terms 1-3 cash balanced in ;4 and 8 months, interest at 8 per cent per an- num. Residential lots same sizejprice to terms 1-4 balance'-in 3, 6' and 9 months. Interest 8 per cent per annum. All lots guaranteed to be practically level, high and dry and perfect title. i A TV HATFIELD Office: Rooin TOtt Block Phane 1425 Open Evenings Lethbridge, Alberta ;