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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letiioridge Daily Herald, 14, 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 Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver British Columbia's Best Fruit TRAIN A istrict Next Week on the to be the finest fruit growing: section on the continent. Although this is comparatively a new industry, and only a few of the or ch'ards are fully matured, the results have been highly satisfactory. TiVnen we consider results showing from S500 to and even more per' acre, from fully matured orchards, the inducements are great for the man who would make money pioasanrly. --..-.-.-Ten-acres of Qkajaagan fruit land will produce more than a quarter sec- tion, of wheat land. Vre you aware of ihe profits to be f made from fruit Change in the lime iabie growing in Briiisi'i j Columbia? The cHmate of this province, and especially that of itie Okansgan Dis- trict, is extremely' on Monday next suited to this Indus- train running on the A. try. Tn fact, this 1. rsilroad to every district is admitted noon, returning the following morn- ing, will be taken and the passen- ger train hiiherto leaving Leribriage at 7.30 in the morning, and returning from the day, will be changed so that it leave Leth- bridge at 3.30 in tie afternoon. return from Cardsion. the folio morning ?.t 7.30, arriving here .at 11 j o'clock, if .Raymond, Mayatli. Cariston T. CO.. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents .Diamond City Towasite. Insurance. Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, TO DEFEND SOUTH AFRICA the j R. i' Modern 5 roomed cottag-3 on ?S ft. lot, wil} handle.- 2 lots "on London Road Block 12S, ?365 each. 2 lots in .Block 14S, North Ward, ?30Q each. R. V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1191 Ott block IN ORCHARDS tr j and intervening poiiitg will thus on- U Inline Upper Okanagan is the choicest tract in the valley; iy sel a OIle traia daily i jj _ service, instead of the two they havejjj lies beautifully, fronts on railroad and river, requires no been receiving fof the last year, j j o j The A. R. I. recently showed to''. irrigation, excellent soil tae commission's sati3rac money run are offering it in ZO to 20 acre blocks, at prices from ?100 to per that they were losin, acre, with cleared blocks running to 5145 per acre; small cash payment, two trains. ance In. three years. i Assistant Chief Operating Officer This is a special offer made for Line purpose of.securing, bona fide settlers.: Dillinger, of the Railwav Commission The owners are determined to have this portion of their holdings settled atja fe7r Veeks ag0i with "General Man- once. These prices can never be duplicated in -the province, and as will be found by comparison, are much lower than any other good land in the Okan- .agan' Valley. We advise you to write at once for the extensive- information regarding .soil, climate, transportation and markets, vrhich we have prepared at'ter r, careful study of Can in Orchards. Selling Agents. 524 Fender Street W. B. C. ager P. L. Naisraith, of the A. R. l., met the boards of trade of tie j towns affected, to hear thsir views! I on. which .would be the most suitable j service with only one train daily, -one leaving Lethbridge and returning j every day, or ona leaving Lethbridge in the afternoon returning in the nicr j ning. The change to take effect on Monday is the result.. The 'Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real .Estate, Loans and Irv 'sursnce PHONE 544 FOR hundred and acres of linest level irri- gated gardening .land in the. province of little more than 3 mites from city, of Lethbridge, only per acre.. till broken. Culti- vated and ready to plant. 10 acre plots ad join ins (.unbrok- en) selling, at to S125 per acre. Don't miss this op- portunity "we have diate sale rfdr 5 10 acre at above "-prices. Terms over 7 years. Says Standing Army for South African Union is impracticable, But Is Needed Capetown, Oct. Botha and Lord Metliuen have made speech- es on the defence of South .Africa speaking at Durban the Union prime minister said, while not establishing a standing army and avoided militar- ism the, government's policy must be to see that every able-bodied man j could take a fair share in the defence I of the country. It might be necessary jas a nucleus to have a small force of garrison artillery. The time has not i yet arrived" for the establishment of ja navy, for a coast the I naval contribution to the empire's -forces would remain. "It is our he -continued, "to place the '.country i "in such a position that we shall be able to defend ourselves, and not be jiiependent upon tae mother country. Durban" should be fortified as strong- j ly as possible." j 'Hie commander in chief at Koop-i jstad, Orangia, said he did not for one j moment say that :he facts of Ger-j many having armed troops .in--Da-! imaraland and buying horses in South J j.At'riea meant any more than that she j was preparing 'to defend her own j territory if the necessity should: He did not mean, to: say that 1 tnere was trouble in'Basuto- jiand, but the unexpected would jand if tiiey were attacked ttien they j would h'ave been guilty of neglecting ito protect themselves. They were i running, an .enormous risk at present. PLAGE ORDERS NOW Por your wants from the Nursery. Plant late in .October and not next spring...... Be sure and include a few eight foot Russian Poplar in your order for shade and wind "breaks Special price 85c per dozen Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Red) Currant" and our Black Champion are premium .winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to prairie planting. T-wo years, per dozen and express "prepaid. ._ Three years, per dozen express prepaid. We prepay express charges. We guarantee our goods to grow. .We want to mail our price list to you.' want to please you. Place Orders Now Kooteoay Valley Nurseries Lake. B. C. choice suites of offi- ces in the Sherlock Fire Proof Building'; rents moderate; heat and janitorins free; ele- vator service snortly; also safety deposit drawers, cases and vaults, all prices and sizes. Access all hours of the day. Phone 487 or IQla Sherlock Bldg. rire i fteai Eetate City and farm loans The Sherlock Block 40 acres irrigated land, 4 miles out, ditches all in, part per acre. ?500 cash. Balance over 9 years. 10 acre garden plots, best on market. Close in and easy terms. Lots on Bruce and Roger Streets for SS50 each. Easy terms. Lots on Cutbill street for each. Easy terms. Fully modem. 5 room house on Bruce street for ?2600. Easy terms. Houses in. all parts of town for sale or rent. List your property u-ith us for auick sale. INVESTMENTS" HELGEP.SON PHONE 777 Montreal, Oct. D. Sheldon, the much talked of "blind pool" op- _ erator. who had indicated to his J: clerks that he would return here by inursday morning, failed to mater- ialize at, his oSce and no further trace i of him has been found. Mr. Burnett, I of Willies Burnett, the curator ap- j pointed by the courts yesterday, was; "i on hand at Sheldon's ofSc? this morn j j ing and at'ter a conference with David aurnside, Sheldon's office manager, tae latter announced tc tae waiting' clients that the concern had gone in- ito liquidation and all claims would Have to be filed with the liquidator i at Wilkes and Burnett's office. An 'ordsr was issued this morning by a.- jucgment of the superior court direct- ing that all mail addressed to Shel- con snould be he.'-i subject to the order of the court. ALBERTA BLOCK. HIS AND THE IRISH PARTY !S FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY 'THE OF -'THE-SEASON East 1-2 .Sec. 31, Twp. 9, Range 14? per acre; per acre cash, balance to suit. Close to school house. Nine miies from TO.wn and elevator and fine piece of lanci. Fine business, corner, Lon- don and "Round' street, 7u x 66 Sl.OOO cash, balance i -it. '.'on-'i buys in Grassy Lake and Bow Island residential o hotel in both Remember you are buying direct from the owner.- P. 0. Box 374 ams Phone 1069 DELEGATION ASK FOR j CENTENNIAL GRANT! Ottawa, Oct. Winnipeg de-! legation which arrived in Ottawa last j night to ask Sir Wilfrid Laurier and j His -colleagues for a of two and! half "million' to, cennial Exposition in- 1C14, did sot-: see the. ministers till one o'clock, to-; ojy ;Vlayor M2va.U5. presented-, a.-me-! mo rial'laying the matter'fully before; .sir U'iluid, 31 r. Fielding and Mr. I Sir Wilfrid said that 'lie had not; nad an opportunity to give the matter any futter consideration since wnen tne proposal was discussed in' j Winnipeg. Hon. W. S. Fieldin_ the promoters of the exposition were j entitled to an early reply and that tee mafer would be taken up by cabinet' without delay. To this Sir Wilfrid agreed. ;VVAREHOUSE SITE 2 lots on corner "of'Ford and Bowman Sts., SITES-T-CLOSE-1N V '2 lots on'corner of Crabb and 2 lots on comer of Giyn and London...........'.'......'. pair S lots on London between Crabb and Glyn each ASQUITH LINBSEY REAL-ESTATE AND FINANCIAL BROKERS, P. 0. Drawer 3091 Crabfa Phone 1183 x PLEADED GUILTY TO APPLY- ING TAR AND FEATHERS Huntsv-iile, Oct. applying a coat of tar and blacksnake whip to' ine person of a young mar. named 1 JJ j Baker. Tijomas Spiers, a well known j rarmer of this distric: was this morn-1 fined ?10 and costs by Magistrate; Hutcnison and Mayor Spiers i admitted making the attack but plead-' 370 acres of fine wheat land near Claresholm, per very best of terms. This land will bring1 per acre in two years. 2 lots near Duff Addition School, ?300 each. Termi, 7'roomed house.. hani les it roomed modern .Jhouse, t S roomedon'odern handles iv.- offices to rent in Johnson Block Wo H. JOHNSON LAND CO .JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST." In India more than fifty native languages are spoken. j ed justitication on the ground that may be watered automati- j tfaker had destroyed the happiness of O C1 1 ity Property ror bale 4 good corner lots in the Nonh VTard for Terms. buys 6 roomed fully modern house on Court-land; handles; balance arranged. buys ne lot, Courtland, on water and sewer. TV t rinciier Lity A few good business lots in Pincher City, for sale on terms cally when their owners leave home jlor a few days -by placing them be- JLondon, Oct. Pall JIall Ga-lneath a receptacle holding water, zette says tnat the Catnolic Times iwuich is allowed to drip upon them bid for Irish support of" late by j.ihe rasnness of its deductions from casual meeting of Cardinal Vannue- tiHi and Redmond during th.3 recent .hJucharistic conference in Montreal. The Catholic Times said Vannue- reciuisted Redmond to call and through wick. nis nome and tno chnracrter of his' The magistrate showed sympatny for Spiers' position 'and im- posed a nominal The marriage siphoons made of lamp j of Baker and the young woman will 'take place tomorrow. ;see him in order that Vannueulii ood Farm Land S 1-2 17-5-14, level and Irec of stone, oer acre; one of the finest half in this district. W. 1-2 Stc. 11-12-19, a sood halt at S20 per acre K. E. 1-4 Sec. 11-12-19, a good quarter at per acre- Call and See Us and Look Over These Choice Buys mi.eJat express sympathy- for his party !and give his benedic; ion -to -Redmond's Manors. Jn contradiction of this view jthe correspondent of the Times in Kome has made inquiries in official quarters and has learned that the comment of the Catholic Times is un- rounded. The Pope has no intention 'of giving the Irish party sympathy or approval. Rooms JOHNSON BLOCK Phone 455 SASKATCHEWAN'S HEALTH REGULATIONS ARE GOOD Ottawa, Oct. the Dominion j public health conference an interest-) jing address was delivered by Dr. M. i M, Seymour, commissioner of public! Health lor Saskatchewan on the up-' to-flate public, health laws of that province which are recognized as constituting the most progressive leg- islation on sewage -disposal and water-1 works oi the Dominion. j The effect of Saskatchewan law is tnal no Eiuiiicipality can issue dcben-i j tures for tne construction water i 1 or sewer system until that system has j received the approval of the public j! health commissioners nor can vote be j taken by ratepayers respecting the i construction of such until the j commissioner's approval has been ob- i tainect. Tk, 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this fine piece en will be sold on such terms that anyone with the outfit to farm it can easily handle. Our plan is unique. 'Let us expiaiu. BLOC.K LETHBRIDGE, ALTA; perta j way Are ofering for sale tke cheapest lots on the market eac situated nortli of the track The Alberta Ry. and irrigation Co. urns in 2 lots on'Westminster Road, Block 26 Duff Add. Terms. Each 2 lots on London Boad, Block 124 Terms. Each............... Good modern -.7 room "house on Glyn St., facing1 east. Lot 37% feet. will-handle e S5SO 2 lots with shack Blk. 22 Duff Ad- dition facing east. Terms...... 1000 Lots in junction of roads north of Lethbridge, for sale on easy terms. illey ;