Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tlie Letlibridge Daily Herald, TnesiUy; October Page 3 We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calory, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. buys .fully modern house on Burdett -Street, 6 rooms, full size basement water, (both furnace and electric light, etc., cash, balance like rent; chance to dear be- fore one year. buys fully modern house on Rogers Street, a snap at tie price; will handle., will full lots on Cutbill street.-" lane at the back; easy terras. will buy, two lots, 60 by 120 on Glyn .street: cash, balance to suit. -will buy three lots ad- "joining old. fair_ grounds; cash, balance 6 and 12 months; a -chance to make 100 per cent in 6 months. If you have7 any nouses for rent, call 'up Phone 544 and -will rent them for you. List your property -with, us and get quick results. MACLEOD AND CARDSTON SWEPT THE PRIZE LIST (Continued from front, Fassett's Address In his address, Mr. Fassett said in part: As representative of the business men of Spokane, it is'my duty, as well as a pleasure and a to "wel- come the International -Dry Farming Congress to this city. .We -welcome you first, because we. love to show western hospitality to our-friends who live in other portions of o.ur country, and other countries of the world. 'We are proud of our home, proud of our development of so great, and -so bab- itable a city in the very few years we have been on the map. and while preached by this International congress embraces the theory and practice of scientific agriculture through -which all available plant food -is conserved and utilized ;in such a manner as to produce the >best, the most certain, and the most continu- i ous results. i -Men who -differ widely- in: their views as to just how much territory by its annual should be included in the regions wnere dry farming -be utilized in order to secure safe, cer- jtain and profitable returns, in agri- i culture. An annual precipitation .of DON'T GET FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, Range 14. S1S.50 per acre; per acre cash, balance to suit. Close to school house. Nine miles'from' town and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance in1 suit. Good buys in Grassy Lake and Bow Island residential s. close to the hotel in both places. Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. O. Box 374 Phone 1069 where else- on We welcome too. are engaged in a great constructive effort which is sure to work benefit to mankind. 1. feel sure that- this movement is not a scheme turned with dynamite, which will..her used in an endeavor to recover the bodies. i, terms. 9 and 10, Block 4, Alexander. Addition, 7 roomed house McD.uff and Glyn streets, terms.' 3 lots on Railway avenue S300 each, terms. 5 acres near old Fair Grounds for rent, irrigated. 5 acres near old Fair Grounds for .sale, well located for platting, terms. 2 lots on west side of 'Vv'estminster near.Pine street, Several lots in Block 126, each, terms. "Lots on Edwards street, east of old Fair terms. OFFICES TO RENT IN JOHNSON BLOCK. W. FL JOHNSON LAND CO. Johnson Block, 323 Round St.' BELL BOY CONFESSES TO THEFT OF ANTRIM JEWELS Winnipeg. Oct. Gard- ner, aged the suspected -bell boy of tlie Alexandra Hotel, admitted the SEAL. ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE AsquitK Lindsey PHONE 1183 307 CRABB STREET LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alia. 11 cos carried on, is at least J'ntnk anditlori as wc make it iionest, and the most comprehensive i attractive bomernakini utie yet suggested. Objection Is Passing "Fortunately, the objection to the term as we are using is passing as the oncoming settler and homeseeker is beginning to realize the many and distinct advantages attending farming operations in what I shall tafeo the a basis ofjtnett ot the Countess, of Antrim'r. and this j jewels, stating that he had no trobule means diversified farming, fruit grow- '.out simply walked in and carried them ing wherever it. can 'be made profit- 'sub-humid' region, extent sim- of calling advantages to a ilar to those enjoyed and appreciated by the irrigationist, including some advantages winch the farmer of irri- gated lands does not enjoy, and lack- ing some disadvantages from which he suffers. When these advantages come to be more fully appreciated tne 'dry farmer will be as prou-d of his title as the irrigationist now is of his. in fact, we hax-e quite reached that point in many regions, and men who arc settling western lands tell me that they make much 'better progress when tiiey frankly stnte the conditions of climate under which settlers must op- crate. "In all tho years since we- began tne conquest, of sub-humid lands WP le; planting of trees, growing of vegetables, and the cultivation of a wide variety of crops. All these are nrst essentials of any community through dry farming methods. "The Dry Farming Movement is not only world-wide in the ser.se that it is of vital importance and interest, to al! the semi-arid regions of the world, as evidenced by our world-wide roem- but it is nation and world wide in the sense that the practice of dry farming methods would result in the restoration of much worn-out run-down, and abandoned land in hu- mid regions. Real Conservationists "This is the day of conservation. No one knows exactly what conser- vation means, but everybody is sup- posed to he lor it, each 'being left tree to frame in his own mind his view and theory of what conservation consists. -It being so proper and pop- ular to be for conservation, I congrat- ulate those connected with this move- He professes amusement at Pinker- ton's operatives, giving the credit ot nis capture entirely to the city policy He says Pinkertons. after examinms him toid him and the other servants not to give any iatormation to the regular police. ONE FLY Motorman Halts Car Till Sight Is Re- Stored Portland. Ore.. Oct. fly in a motormnn's eye blocked traffic on Grand avenue, near East Ankeney street, -this evening. The raotorman was driving a Russfll-Shaver car when the insect, on exploration bent, wandered uninvited into his optic. The fly was small, but it smarted, furthermore it blinded -the carman so bad no such experience as that of all the conservation en- ol the present season. Over a large I terprtses in too world this dry farm- Gardiner, despite his youth, has a he could not see. He stopped bis record, and. waiving loaded car on tne wacK and began probing for the fly. which dodg cd. Another car camo up, and then another, and another, until there war; a chain of capacity-filled cars stretch ed along the track, and the fly re- mained obdurate. Finally, with the assistance of a fellow motorman, the fly was removed from the eye and the traffic moved on. bad was sent via the Soo line in charge of two otricers to Hartford, to answer a charge of theft. The jewels from, the Hartford robbery bad his possession. It was the discovery ol tnese jewels which tinally caused him to admit the crime and show where the other pewels were hiddtn. BOARD OF TRADE IS ORGANIZED AT COYVLEY fincher Creek, Oct. Board of Trade has -been organized at Cowley. the otncers of which are: D. R. Me president; W. G. Askey, vice- president; W. Orchard, sccretary-treas urer. They are taking up the mattci of a rural telephone line to Mr. Ilea- tou's ranch. BARGAINS 3 lots oti Norman each. Terms. 2 lots, block. 148, each terms. 4 lots, block B, London Road, SoOO each. Terms. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1191 Ott block PRESIDENT OF BANK DYING IN PENITENTIARY Montreal. Oct. Phillip P. E. KOJ-, president of the defunct Bank ot at. joim's, Quebec, who is sen-ing a term in the penitentiary, is at present tying in tiie ini'irroary with an. attack of paralysis. A petition is being cir- culated tor his release on ticket'of leave. 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this fine piece en will be sold on such (hat anyone whl the outfit to farm it can easily handle. Our plan, is unique. Let us explain. WHITNEY BLOCK FAKM SECURITY CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.