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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October IS. THE LKTIIBRIDOK DAILY HERALD Page Advertising is to Yeast is to Bread. Flour, Fire and Oven Wait For The Yeast. It's Up to the Cook to Pull Out a Good Batch of Results Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lois faring north, on Seventh Avenue South, on sewer and Avsilor; near Fifteenth Street South; .short time Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block IMione 12.12 Two lolB otiosity new aeliiiol. I'rico ttlu Jinlr. Onc-Tlilrd cafili, balanci.. Uircu mid six months. North Lethhridge Realty Co. GOOD BUY 2 lots on ISevi-nlli A vc. 8., between UHh 201 h Strcots. 1'rice pair 'IVrins 1-3 d-isli. balance and 1' jiionllis. or cash I.IPI- pair IDAHO EXHIBIT TODAY AN AGENCY HER! NOT SO KE11N ON SWEEPSTAKE SEGUR OIL. COMPANY WILL DIS- AS TO SHOW A GOOD FEEL- TRIBUTE FROM THIS POINT Alberta ;Loan.; and Investment Co.. y to Louis tife Occident liis.. O'flicc St. S. Plione 1214 How is This for a-'Bargain .640 acres, good bouse, barn. .'JUO. acres broke, GO acr.es'in winter wheat. -Si'.'i.Oi) pci- acre. Terms tn suit. GEO. ANGUS JUtuia Sherlock Building This n rnrluiul of dry. fanned prodm-is irom Idaho arrived at the exhibiiinn grounds. Tho ma- terial, is lUHk'i- tilt; diivcjiun 01 .1. Jonos, oi' Jdalio linmiunitimi llur- and Prof. It. U. ration, seed commissioner i'or the .state uuivcr- Mty. tin; state of Idaho tlu-ro are acros of tillable dry lands, :i larse portion of which is under cultivation, and tht remainder is available t'ov lunnsBtiMuicrs. Mr. .lonus and Mr. iiavi; obtained their exhibits from elevations varying J'rcm tiyo to 'tiouu feet, and over ti lati- tude of -JOO mihis. They art- here to .n.'iM'tKom ilio dry land' tanners of tiioir state, not so much with tho idea securing the sweepsUUus or with a desire, to reciprocate the friendly attitude1 Canadians who have made annual pilgrimages arms-is the border since ihe organiy.auon. of tho nifM'Hiitional Dry-Farming Congress. I'-arly next week the detega- Lion will be increased hy the arrival 01' W. U. Philhviek, tho Idaho state vice president, IramigruUuu Commis- sioner J, S. Rieh, W. T. Carlyle, of FOR SOUTH That Letlibrhisc! is becoming coKiiixci! as a distributing centre forj Southern Albdi-ta is becoming more apparent UK the months pass. Whole- sale; both old im-d new, arc turn hi.i; (heir eyes wholesale district .steady Ki'owtli. Oitf> new lirni will shorily establish a disirlinuliiK liuuse IK-.VC is tho Segue Oi! lU'dnery Ltd.. of Vancouver, H. C. ira Sognr, who spent some time in the city last summer prospecting for oil, is the bead of Ihe now company, of which tho Vancouver "Sun11 says: On the north shore of In- let, nf a point opposite llarnct, there is under construction :i luiui? oil TO- liniiiK plant which IK a ilustinct addi-j ilon to the .nurneroiiK enterprises al-1 ready located on the inner harbor. If is the Segiu- Oi! Refinery, Ltd.. ami it is already half completed. It will be in operation about, the first of the year and will turn out, mud. barrels of petroleum by-products a day. Ira E. Segur, OIK? of the best known experts in.the business in (be United the aiaie university; L. C. Aicitcr, i KtiUfiS- 'tt'ho understands tho secrets superintendent of Aberdeen dry-iof manufacture of the largest, oi! farmed experiment station, anil Miss (Trace Shepherd, slate HUperlntenrient public1 instruction. Fire Insurance Money to Loan Boy a. Cheats-Home "U'e have savers! niqdoi-ii housed for Small rash ment, and balance monthly, or to suit pupchaser. C. B.. Bowman Agency LAND that I could get along without .North cast OiUMwariPr Son ion' 2fi, Towiibbip 11. -1; steam plow; near Suflield-Kinp IHMV line. AH Sc-ciion 11. Range plow. Kasi half Section ol. Township to. fiaime IT; all acres broke Will cr easy terms or trade jiil'tliroc pieces for an itn proved farm. O. T. LAT COL LAMB TELLS "'SETTL WHY .SALVATION .ARMY SENDS ;NEA'RLY ALL ITS EMIGRANTS TO CANADA companies on tho continent, is at. tho head of ibe concern, which is backed by Canadian capital, principally from British Columbia anil the prairie pro- vinces, whore the company wilj lind its chief market. Many By-products The new plant is said to be the only oil refinery in Canada ih'U will run a complete line of by-products of crude oil and it will bo the most! modern and np-to-ilaif concern i North America. The company has secured fifteen and one-third acres of land with five hundred feet of waterfront on Hurraed Inlet. A huge with u.' end for the London, Oct. the irresi-i berthing- California oil steamers, dency of Hon. George Foster, thu I already been constructed, also the superintendent's houses, bunk houses for the'workmen, dormitories, Cash Secures a Choice 5-Acre Garden Tract Two Miles From Lethbridge's City Limits For Cash and Balance per Month You Can Secure a Choice 5-Acre Garden Tract Two Miles From City Limits Only I'oiirlnon '5-.-ii.Te pnvcel.s for.sale .it pel aero on (he above Icrms. juljiiininu- land is held at (hi.s price and luolioi en bloc. This land has been plowed ibis I'al I anil ill be1 in ovccllont condition for ji'iinlen purposes next One (.11 s iiop will pay loi the land if properly cultivated. Xol more fli.-ui two five-acre tracts lie sold lo one pmcbaser. The iiidicalions arc' that this land will be S.300 pei ,u ic in 3 years or k'ss. The it-mis on ihese giirdcn tracts are Midi ilia! a peisoir small capilal and moderate income can buy a fno-ane liail and pav lor it very easy. A lamily can make a eoinloi table oil one ot thc.se live-acre Irncls if properly hajidk'd. It: will cost yon. nothing look ihese tiads and il at'lei in- spect in.a- them yon think they lenol I he pi ice asked will not insist on you purchasing. Those hist liave fnsl eboice. Otliee will be kept open until o'doik, until tlicsc par- cels arc sold, whicb will be a Ihisacl appeals. H. GALVIN j i Kooni C, Balmoral Block. Lethbrirtgi'j AHa. FITOXK 1425 overseas dominions royal commission. is still hearing evidence regarding. a lhree.sloroy buihii immigration. Col. Lamb, of the galvanized iron' and Army, said England bad standing army of half a. million tially unemployed people. Of Bhcd and numerous other buildings. The grade for the construction arrel ci'tKle oil tank, inio twenty thousand iron Id advantageous- which the product will be discharged iy lie sont as to the rlomiii-] by the sleank'rs..'has been commenc- ions right away, itenlying to thef Crt. suggestion tlmt British The supply stations will be locator! might suffer if a permanent, surplus) at Victoria. ..Yew Westminster.'Kam- of labor wore not available. Colonel icons. Ruvelstokp, Calgary, l-Jdmon- Lamb, declared, that it says little for i bo organizing and brain power of ihe iioinimmity if tons of thousands have to be Itspi in a state of iintler-eniploy- uieiit_for the'sfikc of the country's in- Questicns'i! why the Salvation Army practically confined Us emigration work to Canada, the witness stated ihai Uif-y had no preference for Can- Australia or South Af- rica. They scut their where they coulil best returns. Emi- .m-aifon to South Africa couKl be cur- tiiit. successfully only an part a land Ecftlometic Australia! di-i a v.-ay off and rightly ur j i ho impression had existed in London liuiL immi.m-anis were nut exactly wanted by Australians inJlsej Kvcn now hir wculd jibe 1.0! uiow wIu'tiuT tin? labor j ton, Lethbridae. Medicine Hat, Swift Cui'3'ont. Saskatoon, and other cities, of tho west. Ira Segnr u now in the prairie provinces arranging Cor the chain of depots. He is bring- ing prom California expert oil sales- men, who arc well .acquainted with ihe business and the oil market. MINISTER WILL TAKE HOMESTEAD AIM TO CHILD LABOR NEW SOUTH IS PASSING LAWS RAISING THE AGE LIMIT ARCHIE MCLEAN is GREATLY IM- PRESSED WITH THE PEACE RIVER COUNTRY Kdmoiitpn, Oct. A. J. -Mc- Lean, provincial secretary, will go north next spring am! take up a homestead in the Peace Illver. Mr. .McLeau reached Edmouton today af- ter a throe weeks' tour throughout, the Pence River and Grande Prairii country. He 'was accompanied b; Dr. 0. W. Leach, Taber, and F. Lynch, -Montreal. They made th( round trip by Peace River crossing Dun vegan, Grande Prairie and Edson Mr. McLean and his friends arc verj much imprcsseil with the agricultura resources of the Peace River and Mr. McLean and Dr. Leach tend to 30 into Peace River again next spring, travelling by automobile and to take up homesteads. T.hej travelled this time in the usual waj by pack pony, and they say the roads could 'be travelled by automobile, "There is no better land said Mr. McLean. "The land is ad- mirably suited for farming. As gardn ranching that, is another pre- position. The country is fairly well settled all thrmmb. At Crmulc Prair- ir- iherc are no brtuestends left but there is good homes lead north of Peace Jtiver he liml here is fine agricukiiral land. Water jyrove scarce but that has never been rk'linltely iiRccrtaineil. A well drill- ing outfit furnished by provincial Look This.. Up in. on li'tli Si.. S.. Uvocn (illi ami Till Avenues ai Terms. Kxdusive Your Listings Desired A. V. Phono 1125 liooiii Hniniornl liluek NABLS TO LIABI FARMERS' BANK VICTIMS PRES- ENT THEIR CASE TO THE LIQUIDATOR Tornuio. (VI. of iiii- bank foiii all parts ol" umana 'I'-II-A TTJ 1 rriii'iiblc fiillv (Mjnnl ilu- Iiiuii ('o.-ildnlc lands, K. i i 1. of 4ili M. JSi rici iy rhtticc I'lat one inilr frnni ihe Southern A Iherta Land Co..V hiiv dilcli: or any nil- ?S j-hmihi hi> jttviiiitied it: wnrk overtime in a FF SHOT DRUNKEN MAM