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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -i. Till? RIDGE 'DAILY HERALfl reivd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property MIT FORD CO. 'INVESTMENTS Some of the particular features of DOMINION SQUARE are- (.'luster Li.u'lil xvii'li C.'i'iii I'lilSf! No Mind street. Adjiiiiiin.n1 Adams Park and 1 brailli school. liumodiiik', stvect car ooiim-clions. Fruit Lands Mixed Farming Lands FOR SALE Coldstvijam lislale'rft Vernon, Columbia in bciiutirul Olulnagaii Valley, 5 acre tracts and -up wards rri improved, d.s with irrigation and (lo- jnestio wilier on each ranch, sonic planted 'with one, two, three and four year old trees. laud is miles _ from Yernon, nnd 0. P. N. R. now li.ue_ goes through properly. Good markets. ;A perfect climate and easy (.onus-. further informiitibir see special agents. G1LU3 McDONALD, Lethbridge Hotel 'Gillis McDonald, P. O. Box 541 Lethbridge, Alberta please scml me free? booklet of the ColdBLrram Eslute's fruit and farming lauds at .C. __., Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lois facing' nortli, on Seventh Avenue South, on sewer iiiuE water; near Fifteenth Street South; short lime only .IT. Freeman MacLeod Co0 Dominion Block Phone 1212 I Have a Customer, .Fur l.i'ii ihousaud to twenty Iliousaiul 'stcMiii Innd on Unit be lirsi-riass WluM-o J get-'it? stu'T. O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loans The solid lirick. fully six VOIHII cot- No. oM L2th St. J'IH' sale and no. rrasiinaldc olTer will be rcfnsi-'d. The lot has 50 feel froningo and faces east. For particulars etc., to tlie owner, 0. D. Austin 27 Lacoinhe Alta. i-'2 foo; by Corner of Itlth StfetM am! Tlh Avcinu: North, fatlns cast. Price cash, balance 515 per month. North Letiibridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 nths. I ami Block splendid l'eef. filli Ave. and Jud Si. South at One-TTall' (.'ash: halanec (i and Hxt'liisivc'siile liy- R. V. GIBBON CO. Balmoral Block 5th Street SouUi 4 roomed' house, plastered, in ii'ood shape. I wo full Joi.s, Price yli'OO. terms 1 cash, 4-8 mos. LOTS SUXNYHIDE Priee levins each and inoiilh. i-'ae. -.-ash on -SIT) per HE WAS IMPRESSED WITH THE LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT Editor of an Agricultural Paper Tells of his Trip to Alberta Lethbridge Ms given a largo meas- ure'of jirulse by A. K. (Jlpson, edit- or of the Gon 'State Kural and Live- stock published at Culdwell, Idaho, In an article from his own pen entitled Window Observa- tions of sMr. CMpson in 0110 of tho best known agricultural editors nnil publishers of the west, and is on a month's annual va- cation lour, taking in the provinces of 'British' Columbia, Aflberta, Sas- katchewan and -Manitoba. lie is a warm friend of tire Dry-Farming Congress, and has donated a hand- same silver loving cup for the best display of corn made at the exposition here this month. In his journal of October issue, he writes of his experiences and opin- ions as faj1 as he lias journeyed, and I.ethlirklgo is evidently the spot that gave him the "high for ho says: "A ride by fail through Canada, Canadian Pacific, -reveals a country ,of. tremendous agricultural possibilities. It also discloses the fact, that fanning methods must he notably changed, before these "possi- bilities can be realized to anything like their fullest extent. Wheat Growing Must Give Way- "As it is now growing has tiie right of way, and one may trav- el miles and miles, yes, hundreds of miles, wiihoui seeing any cultivated products, bm they appear so incon- siderable, -compared with the vast fields of 'wheat that, one sees at this season of the your that they make liitle impression. I "The absence.of livestock, and par- I ticiilarly of dairy herds, cannot fail i u> attract attention and call forth. j surprise. Much-of this great region j seems- well adapted to animal hus- bamlry, and while (ho climate is rig- orous, 'to be reason is ap- j parent to one ace list pined to sizing up the capabilities-'of a farming coun- try, why dairying-' and other live stock raisins: should not become a profitable part, of Canadian agrieuK tnrc. In facf. it would seem that diversified farming must be carefully practiced in order to conserve soil fertility and insure profit to tho till- ers of tiio soil. Forestry Must Come "The country likewise needs trees and shelter belts. A united system- atic effort should and doubtless will be made fo grow trees for shelter belts and home protection. In this movement tho Canadian government as well as the railways should co- operate. "Numerous attempts at plantings along exposed places by the railway tracks aro to he seen and these arc found at points where snow fences and the llabiltty V trouble drifting enow Is apparent. These plantings looked Russian wil- lows, poplars and boxelders, "Considerable dry farming is done in portions of Canada and a few Ir- rigating canals 'wore seen near bridge. This city is where the great International Dry Farming congress is to be held this month and ex- tensive preparations arc under way for this Productive Land Attracts "The cheap and productive' land has attracted, and Is attracting, thousands and thousands of settlers, and the hundreds of square miles of. wheat fields present a wonderful sight. Most of the grain had been cut ami was in shock at the lime of our 'jtriUiig, tut liiile -had' done, find the rains of late were creating apprehension about saving the enormous crop. They do not appear !.o do much stacking, but j draw from the shocks direct.- Some estimated that the average yield of wheat would be fully 35. bushels to the acre. Reciprocity a Necessity "Of course, Canada growers in like reci- rocity to enable them to reach the markets of the United States. No doubt many Canadians advocate it in good faith, without being influeuc- by purely, selfish motives, but, as already stated, wheat growers seem to he especially interested. "The two countries .will probably gor; together some day. on some. basis of-reciprocity, that will he mu- tually satisfactory, but the time seems remote, from the present out- look. "Several important cifies arc seen along- the Canadian Pacific. Among these are Lethbridge, ?loose Jaw, Regina and Portage." SOCIAL CENTRE IDEA WON OUT SPOKANE PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL 'BE AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL MEETINGS EXTENDING THE Farm Opportunity OuorHalf Section, 10 miles north i-asl of Stirling.'Price for a short time only, tf 18.00' per acre. 'Terms: per acre cash. Balance iii 8 years, crop payments at 6 per cent interest or other .terms arranged. Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Money to T-oan Fire, Life Accident Ins. Office St. S. Phone 1214 Fire Insurance Money to Lotn 3 lots adjoining new post onloo, each, 1-4 one, two and three years. Lots 31-32, Block 17, Alexander Addition, 4 lots, 1'arkdale, 51000; easy terms. t The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONC SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Iniurance Money'to Lett Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phon> 7H. Room 207, Templetori Bulldlni, Silt City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. BARGAINS Tor bargains'.in'farm lands, improved and' unimproved. SEE' GEO. ANGUS Room 116, Sherlock 'Building DEAIE.R AND PRACTIOA L b'AKMER FRUSTRATED A FURROBBERY PROMPTNESS OF A REGINA CON- STABLE HAD MOST EXCEL- LENT RESULTS Wrrr, rp inp Aeginn. Oct. promptness of HP A i AKrA Constable Thomas, of. the city police miLffi force early this morning frustrated an apparently well planned ;it NEW SOUTH WALES ADDS LARGE TRACT TO ITS PRODUCING BELT Sydney, N.S.W.. Oct. Since T New Sou tli Wales has added a Spokane, Wash Oct. public'.schools will be available for public in eel in oi all kinds, advo-1 very large tract of country to what 1 crates of thy ''social center" idea Iiav-j u known as the Wheat belt of the ing won thriv Inni; campaign before; state, this is where wheat may -be I the Board uf l-JdiK-ation. profitably grown. I Tlic hoard a By adopting the latest scientific tion of a special conrmitiee oi providuu: lor the use UK methods of wheat cultivation an ad- of idtional area or acres has any room suit MH' a public meet- been added to thp farming lands of inc; i" any ward j xew South Wales now permanently sc'hool uuiUiiiitrs. Mcrlsngs 01 ;m cdu- mid prolUably under wheat.. Of this rational, social, iviigious or political i.cm.OOO acres are in the northern character arc sprcilicd by the boai'd portion of New South Wales, the bul- us permissible. j anee being mostly with- One restriction placi'd is that mcet-j rhe Kiverina division, ings must lie. the auspices yi ;i There ;ire still large areas, especially rpgularly-oi'jianii'rd lio'ly, constituted responsibility the rooms U j board prohibit iVr 's, wlio must assume tlir prupui" care of Tin- rules oi, the lliat in the northern and western Iliverina, admirably suited to wheat culti- vation.' With the advance of settle- ment the cutting up of large estates Barrie's fur store here. The constable was on his rounds, patrolling the lanes, when he caught sight of a man stand- ing in the back entrance of the fur store. At the same time, the man caught sight of tho officer and called to him to throw up his hands. In- stead the officer drew his own revolver and flashed bis electric hand light into the thief's face.' He, in turn was sur- prised to find a revolver staring him in" the face and turning off the light fired in thu air. The thief took to his hc-els and after twenty minute chase which ended in the C, P. fi. yards, wa captured. An examination of the store by the police officials showed that three grips had been packed with valuable furs and Persian lamb coats in addition to a number of ostrich feather and plumes ripped our of ladies haty. Every thins was in readiness tor the robbery but the arrival of the con- stable stopped the game. At the pol- ice office the prisoner gave the -lame of Thomson and at the hotel where he as stopping his name is registered as FOUND BURGLARS IN HER HOUSE MRS. LAWRENCE ON REACHING LONDON FOUND BAILIFFS "IN" FOR LAW COSTS London, Oct. is much, amusement bora at the reported appearance in Montreal of the' siiuTa- ;ettc, Miss Wylie. It is felt the Can- adian authorities will have a .much enslcr'task in dealing'with a possible.' outbreak of militancy than the-British, as they will haTe-the British experience to guide them. Patrick Lawrence and bis wife who landed from Canada yesterday, found their'house-in .possession of the.-bail- iffs in consequence of the non-pay- ment of costs of the recent conspir- acy trial. Mrs. Lawrence sent the fol- lowing message to bur followers: "On our arrival we learn with amazement the continuation of the rumor that while we have been in Cau- nda, government burglars have enter- ed our private house with intent to steal our belongings. To such under- hand methods of fighting a political adversary our answer open defi- 1 out ot piaiT in building usi-d tor tho buildings i vill he requested not j rsi- of or li- school promises. A U.T; .r vtrvice ;it inci't-- FINE T. H. Stagg Co. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lcthbridgc FRENCH BETTING MACHINES WERE NOT FAVORED The iKiri-muhii'l mjirhinos in us.; on ilif O. circuil liavv not Iji'cji :i I'cvvltni; riiiccot's lius yenr. Tho nubli" piUroin.m' was very slim. Tilt; lalc'jii cditratjojiai ion; for mcptiiiujs to permit the quors nn the uf fur iaiiil' ini; will In- fit; The for livi: issue in tii leadiii" the ment. pcarcd heioie i ion durinii; i i lion has pi'nvi (leluife.s. Tin1 lirxt fivinfsi fcv iiKi- oi a sdinol huilriiiii; .since ihe ucw ruling lu'L-anu- came from ilir tiodalists, asluMl :o hold nii'd.- iiiiC in tlu- scluml. and the ex (.en tion of railway coinimin-{ of Moose .law. A second mnn icalioh thure is every reason to be- j js believed ro he concerned in tho af- fair but hass nor a-.i yet been arrested. iinvo the area -210w known as the :li. will bo extended consid- the early future. u.sing school build- i ef has iircn a iiuie for more than -ucial KcicMiti1 club; fin! tTiiter" move- uniit Ires Iiavp ap- of Kciuca-. and the qiics-' iur 'many HORSES FOR ALBERTA .Montreal, Ocl. consignment of fifty-Fix Hue Belgian hordes for Al- berta, arrived hero yoswrday, when ihc It. linor .Mount Temple canio to her berth. ujfYQurseifsHonie COLMER SUCCEEDS LAURIE London, Oct. Canadian sec- tion of ttw London Chamber of Com- merce has elected J. C. Colmer to suc- ceed the late General Laurie as chair- i again. BOB ROGERS LINES UP Winnipeg. to an i l-apor. Don. Hcbcrt Uofe'erP, j Minister of HIP Inn.rior. slated today i Hint be Ihoiiiihl t lie Hovcrnmont would af-inic.sco in of the propoKcd i i.sKito of tiin Pacific K'ailway rommnn ai'vk r.t addod Hun on Monday at ilu1 IIP is in lie wiii press bis lows, rooms, coticrctc on 7fli in the ;i liai'fiain at Mio only hjilmu-o arranged, ov t.'tivti well lots. The Cascaden Land Co. Office-. 10. Macdonald Block FORBIDS MARHiAuE IN CHURCH London, Oct. case of hardship in connection u'ith the legis- lation in (Jreat. Hriiain of marriage :i dead wile's sisior is attracting The couple live in noigh- bdrins uarishcs in Deycnshiro and are proniinmu church workers. Tlic vicar toid that ho would not call i lie banns unless the undertaking c.cr. Mficaio would not ho siskoil Tor and the maiTiagft should tdlre place in a j registry od'tcc. Tha vicar of one j ish to perform ceroniony, and vicar of the other wrote to ihf itislioji of London, who repliod, forhiddiim tin1 use of the dunvh for Ihc ceremony. SHOT BY AN EX-EiviPLOYEE IJranil Hapicis. Oci. i iinharnepwiiir, his hor.se in the barn' last iilslit. (Iraiii Hfiu'tlsVjv, a we'! i known resident of this cUy, was hy a man and died this fore-j j noon. .Mortimer Wilson, a Termer j employee of Befirdsley, was jinvad'd i j unit fo the Hiiooljntf: j Lh'1 poUce. Kolihrry J j given as the motive. j Look These Over buys two corner lots. '7th Ave. 3., facing south; luiys ono lot. Stli Avenue, near IStli St. S., bays two lots Hear 13th St. South, on cur .line. (Two years' terms on the above.) buys 5fl feel, ono block from New Post Office oil 7th St. S., price HOUSES. TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Slici-Iock JJldg. 7th St. ;