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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAU^Y HKRALD PM\K THIRTKEN fir-r^iBiM fi flllin the board which has authority to sol- I H I I Iwl I'l-  I Aluil st't '�'"'�-'s �* ^P'" "etUomont, will llLI I Hill'11 LnillJ '� placed pji tho market at *T Buclf prices and upon such' terras as V IJHTIAII settlement and cultiva- IMIIl J nill T YfATirinl ^^'^^^ suitable tor cultlva- ^WIlWLl'y f'tll-IUli i ,tjndav'the pi'ovlslons ol the Act im- . . -i V';' ' der which this commission has been ' . . created and given authority, these ': - \CBi)�cluI (o tli9 J-Iorald) > lands can be expropriated, if the own- 1'^ernIo/Oct. l(),rr-Mr. I'\ R.llJfrtlArt, ers do not see fit to sell at such prices ot Kelbwna, arid Mr. pharloEfi^Ward and upon such terms as the board or.O'fanb.rodk, members ofVth'6 .nPro- deems just and fair, and can survey vinclnr Lnnd Set,i,let)ient l^fcard" lutt and sell them to actual settlers In town (hisjnprnlngafte)',having spent small tracts and upon long time at a * dny iUi Gomftany with -land assoBiior small rate of intsregt, thus making It possible for men of small means to dny hii GomI)any with -land assoBiior Dickon, Alfi'ett Cumtnings, D.-L. S., uvnd otliora. Inspecting lands adjacent to Fernlo, with a-view to having a jbody of aerici^Uural land surveyed and put upon Ui(i market,'under"the super-Vlsloh of the board. A trip itii tho Ifclk valley on Uio west side of.' tho 'Tivin; extending from "Farcy Creek, op-po.sito tho upper end of Kernio, to. tho Waters place, three niiles south, of ilosmer, was made and after a close study 6t the land and tho products *liow1i to have been grown upon arfew go on the land and make homes (or themselves and families. This plan will bring production out of lands that have lain Idle for yeaTS. It is probable that some twenty-five hundred acres' of the 'be�t bottom and bench lands lying along the right bank of Elk river .will bo surveyed and made ready for sale and. settlement by next spring, and further application of this policy will bo followed by the board, whose avowed policy is to open up' to ,.i)Iact>H, where small plots of ground actual settlement and cultivation all �^ml been cultivated, the members of available lands In the province. This the board expressed great Burprl^le at machinery, set up by the present gov- (the fertility of thij Soil and also at'the crnmont has taken .some time to get eJttcnf of-land lying uncultivated'.and into working order, but the indications jwbicli Ijas been held from the market are that tho effect upon tho settle-iLy the owners. , | raont, by actual settlers will be far } The r result of this ih.'spootion I moro important ^nd extensive IT any one had imagined possible. As soon as tti�- members of the board return to Victoria and have made a report, active operations under .tho Act will begin and survey* be: made of a large tract as Indicated above, and stlU tapther application 6f the policy will bfe. extended to other "parts of the valle^ which have been lield out of the market by corporations or other owners. .Stationed in West lndle� Garnett TJudley, son of Mr. R. Dudley, manager of the M.F. and M. railway, returned to Keniio with his mother who went to Victoria to meet him on his way home from St. Lucia, West India Islands, where he has been stationed with his battery, since early in the war. Gunner Dudley has two brothers serving in Prance. Garnett has hosts of friends in Farnle, having grown up here and attended school with them. He is home on short leave in oonsequenoe of malaria fever, consequent upon his long stay in a tropical climate to which hf> was unaccustomed. St. Lucia is one of the outpost.'! of the "Far flung- battle line'.' which Great Britain has to keep up in order to keep the "freBdom of the seas" against the depredations of the Hun piracy under the seas. Gunner Dudley hopes to get an extension of his leave so as to spend a month or two with his parents and to fully eradicate the malaria from his system. **MotherV Tender Flowers' Watch the tongue of your young! I Children droop and wither if you permit constipation poison to be absorbed into their delicate systems. Hurry! Give CascarSts to clean the little clogged-up liver and bowels. Children love harmless Cascarets because "Cwcarets taste like candy-only 10 cents a box! Grandl 11'1 .-.[-;^,When chiM's-tongue �urns v/hite^,, breath feverish, stomath sour,' 'nicvhcrs can ahVays depend upon safe old "Cascarets" to'gentiy,- yet thoroughly clean the little'li/^r and? bowcl^. �^^ascaretBari! just ;(landy for children. They taste, like cand;c and no c^ild-need; be coaxed to take .�them even wh-jn cross, bilious and sick. Each li3 cent box contains direc-tibns and dose for children aged one year old and ipwards. Gray Dprt Motoi* Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separatoi's GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 LEARN MOTOR MECHANICS We have spetit over $1,000 investiaating Automobile Sohools In tjie United States and Canada. Our Principal, Mr. C. C. Henderson, spent 3 months, and our president, Mr. F. G. Garbutt, 3 week's on an investigating tour. As a result of this expenditure of time and money, we are installing an equipment that Is equalled only by one or two schools on the continent. Our courses of Instruction are modelled after those of the Michigan State Auto School of Detroit, from which schooi Mr. Hendep-Bon comes. We have the satisfabtion of knowing our courses are right. We have five courses-Automobile, Tractor, Tire Repairing and Vulcanizing, Oxy-Acetlyiene Welding, Automobile Driving. Day and Evening classes are now in session. Enter any time. Write for Oept; 921-L, or'CBll at thai College in the City Market Building, Fburth avenue and Third street,'east, Calgary. Garbutt luto ami Tractor Institute, liniiteil CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETV, LETHBRIDGE, ANNOUNCES A FREE PUBLIQ LECTURE ON BY JOHN RANDALL DUNN, C.8.; OF ST. LOUIS, MO. Member of the Board of Lectureship of "The Mother Church, .....The First Church of Christ, Scientlit ^ In Boston, M|ss. In iGalt CSairdens Tomorrow, Sunday - - : AT'THftEE p.m; ^ You and Your Friends Are Cordially Invited to be Preaent. : : ? : : : : .> .> : ? OPERATIONS OF THE CAN- : .; :�! Davidson are mayoralty candidatea in It ia harmle�(>-^uv�rtlsemsnt. Winnipeg. EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE ; SERVrcE-*'V'Vf OUR BIG FURNltURe'VANANb'A'UVo VAN Ift-SURES^CAREFUL HANDLING WJTH NO' JARRING OR, SCRATCHING YOUR: PIANO OR FURNI.'JJlJf^E. CHARGES REASONABU;^: ' � � . ' �, � '- * 4:- The McLean Transf^ 313 SIXTH 8TEET S. PHONE IJilV 15930544 6353660479 ;