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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -^-.-y�-VA-T- rm i TiTnBKiDOK patly herald SiUiinlay. Odober 10, 1012 PORT MANN "CITY OF CERTAINTIES" TERMINUS C.N.R. Sir Donald 31;niii iiitorvi(nvod at Wiiiinpeu,' on WtMlnesday. doclared eiupluitically and ]dainly lliat llio Weslcvn Ocean torininus of tlio Canadian Xovth-orn is to 1)o Port .Mann. As Vico-l'n'sidcnl of the (.'. X. li. and owner of [iracfioally half of the stoek in tlie compaiiy. .Sir ])ojiald is in a posititni to know wJmt he is talkinn; ahout. Also ho is not lik(dy to talk Avithont Aveighinf;- avoH his words. We liavo hoard niucli of late on this (erniinus question, but this declaration ends nil discussion. 1'iie C. X. E. own not oiic foot of water frontasxe in Vancouver-tlie,y desire the False Cre(>k site there merely as a passenger terminal and to take care of local I'reio-ht. As a matter of fact the area they are � aslcinc: for is not big' enough for anything else. Property values are sure to make great advances. We do not sell any outside property, only the choice stuff in the heart of the CANADIAN NORTHERN TOWNSITE; We own or control the major portion. For full information write to Xow. Avhat does this dc(daration mean? It nieans that every bushel of the millions of bushels of i)rairie Avheat the C.N.II. will handle for ranania shijinient, will go onto the ships at Port Mann. It nieans that flour mills by th(> do/.cn will be built at the ])oint where the grain meets the deep Avatcr-at Port ^lann. Further, Port ^lann is the only spot in "Western B. C. wliej-o manufacturing sites with deep water-frontage and trackau'c nniv be had free or practic;-ally so. Ask yourself what THAT means. Will iuanufacturers pay enormous prices for such sites on Burrard Inlet, or will they locate free along Port Mann's (30 ft, deep frash water harbor. Not hard to answer, is it? Port Mann has already secured industries, for this reason, that will employ in a few years doublo liu� nu:>n on, Vancouver's factory payroll today. And that is only the l)eginning. Ten years from now wo will see Port Mann witli the greatest aggregation of factories on th'i Pacilc Coast-will {see it the jnan-ufacturing centre of the West, All this concerns YOU. There is coming in Port Mann in the next fcw^ years Iho biggest increase in property values ever seen in Canada, It can't be otherwise. Canadian Northern oflicials arc advising their life long personal friends to buy all the Port Mann property they can handle. We strongly advise yon to do likew^ise. PACinC PROPERTIES, LT O. J. CLARESHOLM, PACIFIC ? BUILDING Vancou ver, B. C. 3SEN & SON ALBERTA It- If �4 � Irrigated Far For Sale One-Kalf section two miles from Coaldale* All under cultivation, 50 acres in Alfalfa. Suitable for dairy farm. One-quarter section six miles east of LetK-bridge, all in timotby. Produces 300 tons annually. Adjoins tbe C. P. R. Demonstration Farm between Coaldale and Letbbridge. Both Parcels are all Irrigable For Full Information Apply to H. A, So Phone 810 Rural Owner ^ Address Coaldale, Alta A car at tbe service of anyone who would like to see tbese farms Y. : JDAY'S MEET BUT HE DOES NOT DENY THAT HIS RESIGNATION IS IN Ottawa, Oct. 10.-The cabinet met botli yosterciay afternoon and evening to consider niattcr.s in connection with tlie oponing of parliament which all tlie incnibcrs agree in slating uill be on Thur.sday, Nov. '^l. Hon. F. D. i\Ionk attended the afternoon session 01" the cabinet and this indicated tnat his resignation has not yet been accepted by the Prime Minister, if, indeed, it is yet in his hands. When seen after the meeting was over, Mr. Monk said he had no statement to make, but did not deny that his resignation would be in and take cticct in the course of a tew days. There is a general impression that, follow-inj; the formal resignation oi Mr. Monk, tbe portfolio of public works will be placed under the care of Hon. Cleo. Fcrley, minister without portfolio, Until such time as a new minister is named and secures election. HAVE STRUCK GAS AT THE LANDING Cal!i;ary, Oct. 18.-A special to the Morninu; Albertan from Athabasca Landing says that the heaviest (low of illuminating gas ever encountered in the I'eace River country was struck several days ago just outside the city limits. The well registers a pressure of si.K hundred pounds to the square inch and a force of watchuvsn is guarding llie well night and day to guard against accidental ignition. The new well is said to be larucr even that the famous Pelican hole. IC.xravation work started yesterday on trenches ior the gas mains in the city proper, and within a few weeks Atiiabasca Landing will be lighted by natural gas. Tbe strike caused a big rush from Edmonton and nearby cities. ! HENRY BERRI MURDER TRIAL WHILE DRUNK CALGARY MAN SMASHED NEIGHBOR'S HEAD WITH BEER BOTTLE Calgary, Oct. 18.-The trial ol ' Henry Borri, who is charged with the murder of Alfred Glenn, com-tr.'L'uccd in the criminal court today, i According to the statement of the ! crown, tiic prisoner, while intoxicat-I cd, quarrelled with his wife, He went out of the tent in which ho was living and announced that ho was ready to fight anyone. Glenn, a neighbor, j who lived in an adjoining tent and had nothing whatever to do with the family quarrel, stuck his bead out ot the (lap of the tent 'to ascertain the cause of the trouble. Berri sraasbed him on the head with a beer bottle. His deatb followed about ten days later. SCHOOL TEACHER DEAD Toronto, Oct. 17.-Death camo suddenly on Thursday to I. B. Barclay, principal of the Todmorden school, and for thrty-five years fl teacher In the public schools of Ontario. A miniature fountain attachment for bottled water holders has iDeen patented to enable persons to drink without touching their Hps to any rweptacle. ASKS JOHNSON TO KEEP UP FIGHT Chicago, Oct. IS-"Keep the fight going full blast, .Johnson, don't let our boys slack up in their work because I can't be with them tor a few-days. Toll the people you speak to I wish 1 could be out there working with you myseU, and that 1 certainly will he as soon as the doctors will let me." This was Col. Roosjvelt's parting injunction and encourngenicnt to Governor Hiram .lohnson, Progressive candidate (or vice-president, when tlio latter left the presidential candidate at Mercy hospital today. Former President Roosevelt will leave ("bicagn for Oyster Hay Monday or Tuesday oi next week. He' will travel on one of the slower tndns over the Pennsylvania railway so that he niay enter Now York at the station iroiii which the trains to Oyster Bay depart, London, Ont., Oct. 17.-A scratch on tbe thumb from a razor blade was the cause of the Biiddeii death today oC William Hayes, a well-known east end gr(!, 000. Coarse grades of paper and cardboard will be manufttctiircd out of straw. This will be the only plant oi the kind in Canada, althou|:,h there are a number of similar factories in the I nited, States. The company that I will build the plant is conljolled by I a Vancouver syndicate. The factory : when in operation will employ fifty . men, Electric food and water heaters are said to increasQ hens' egg laying powers and lo prevent poultry diseases duo to cold food. VALUE OF TORONTO PROPERTY Toronto, Oct. 17.-The DoraiWoji eovornmcnt has offered the city of Toronto $1,000 per foot for 211 feel of land on Front street, immediately west ot the customs house at Front and Yongo streets. Part of the site may also bo used for a new post office, which will adjoin the proposed union station. Thp land has been vacant since the blR fire of l!)(Jl. Tile city will proliably accept the offer. In conBequence of the better outlook for sailing ships values hsvo gone up considerably during tho last year or two. For instanco, a four-mastetl sailing ship of li'wO tons' register, wbJch was sold in January last year for 0500 pounds, Is at present in tho market for sale, and tho owners huvo rctusod a definite offer of 9000 iiounds; thoy ari� Hskiug 10,-000 j)oundB. MIXED FARMING SPECIAL Con.ducted by the Alberta Department of Agriculture Special Lectui'cs siiul Dcnioustratioiis on alJ i)lia,scs ol" lanii life. SUBJECTS POULTRY-HousluB, breeding, etc. LIVE STOCK-Judging, care, feeding and management . FIELD HUSBANDRY-Farm crops, weeds, and soil cultivation. DAIRYING-In all its phast^B, DOMESTIC SCIENCE- This Is a special train for the famers of Alberta and will consigt of mine cars, including two car loads of pure bred cattle, horses and �heep to be used for judging and dcraonstratiou purposes; one car of poultry and equipment and one car for dairy denionotratloa work. Schools will be conducted at the following points on the days and at the. hours specified. LIST OF Bow Island,-Friday, Nov. 1, 9 a.m. to noon. SCHOOLS Taber-Friday, Noy. 1, 2 p.m., to 5 p.m. Stirllna-Saturday, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. to noon. Raymond-Saturday, Nov. 2, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Magrath-Monday Nov. 4, 9 a.m. to nooii. Cardston-Monday, Nov. 4, 2 p..m. to .'i .p.m. Carmesngey-Tuesdaiy, Nov. u, 9 a.m. to noon Special rates will be obtainable between all points' Vulcan-Tnesday, Nov. 5. S p.m. to 5 p.m. Okotoks-Wedneaday, Niv. (i, 9 a.m. to noon. High River-Wednesday, Nov. 0, 2 p.m. to .") p.m. Cowley-Thui-aday, Nov. 7, 0 a.m. to noon. Pineher Station-Thursday, Nov. 7, 2 p.m. to a p.m. Stavely-Friday, Nov 8, ii a.m. to noou. Nanton-Friday, Nov. a, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. where train stops. FOR FURTHER Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Aaricuiture. INFORMATION ADDRESS- C, E. LEWIS, Supt. Fairs and institutes, Edmonton, Alberta. ;