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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October: THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD We have several bona-fide purchasers for If you want to sell your house, list it with us F.C Representing: North American Life Assurance Co, London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Go. Limited of London Off ices at Does This Interest You? 4 lots, Block 21, Buff Add-., east facing near MacDuff ea. J 2 lots on London Block "each. Lots 4 and 5, Block 128 on Courtland St. each. Lot 10, Blk. "Gr" on Westminster 11200. E. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone U91 Ott Block THE The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Eitate, Loans and In- turance Phone 544 buys lot and half, close in; most desirable building location in city. Term's. nndles 3 beautiful corner lot on and Charles St. Two fine lots near corner of Bartlett and Dufferin, will 'take pair of "Duff Addition lots in exchange. buys your choice of'two fine cottages now undes construction on -St. near Courtland) fully mod- ern and to date in every cash, balance per month, and we guaran: tee .to furnish a tenant at per month for six mos. FOB cottages; 1 storey and half house on ,Coutts; 8 .roomed house OD one furnished house, and several others. 320 Acres Cash East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp. 9, .Range 14, per acre; S4 per acre cash, balance to suit.. Close to school house. Nine miles from town and elevator line piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon: don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance ,.j suit. Good-buys in t Grassy Lake, -r> nnTv residential' lots, close to the hotel in both RememDer" you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone "1069 T. N. CHRISTIE 4 CO. Real Eitate and Financial Brokers. Diamond City To-wnsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christles Notary Public, Diamond City, SWEET VALLEY NEWS Valley, Oct received their organ, some few. nays ago. .Ethel Armstrong, J. E. Creighton. and Will Shirley, Ruth Green; man, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dufty, Mrs J. L. Rlcketr, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Rick- ett, Bud Gallagher and Richard Sables -were visitors at Paulson' on -Sunday. Mrs. Pudzzi was a caller of Mrs. RicKett one day last week. Lizzie Shirley and Pearl Paulson are visitors of Mrs. Harry Rickett in varamngay this week. Lizzie leaves lor Lethibridge this week. Kaymond Howard Dahl, -son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dahl died on Thursday' The pleasant purgative effect ex- perienced by all who use Chamber- lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create, makes one feel ioyful. Sold by all druggists. i tne 13th, of appendicitis. was on Sunday last. .Will Gallagher and wife came ov- er from Granum on Wednesday. Ericsson was a Yetwood visi- tor one day last week. Olaf Moon made a trip to Carman- gay the first 'of 'the week for- well- tools.1 Irving Gray is able to be about ag- ain after several days sickness. Rutb. Greenman was a visitor of Shirley's a few days last week. iSthel Armstrong was a visitor JBianche Gray Sunday week. Mrs. Greenman and sons returned the canal ditch Sunday. J. E. Creighton. was on the sick list and has come home for a week's rest. Mrs. Geo. Shirley, sr., ancl daughter Lizzie were visitors of Mr. Bell one last week. j amith Brothers moved on their! nomestead last Wednesday. i J. J. Taylor has returned home from tne ditch. Cornelius Kelley went to Lethbridge for a few days last week. Beatrice Foster is home from the ditch for a few days' rest, her moth- er taking her place. .ijizzie Shirley visited the Grain school on Monday. Harold Winter was a visitor Heavy Docket For Feder- al Parliament-Ready for Reciprocity Oct. .sessional agr enda at the coming meeting' ot" the Federal parliament will be fairly neavy, but there should not be in tlie legislation- proposed Anything' or a very contentious" nature, and it is ex- pected that prorogation can easily be reached before the departure of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his col- leagues -for the Imperial conference next May in London. The session will prpbstbly be the last but one before the next general election. Outside oE the tariff ques- tion, however, which will probably coine in for considerable -debate, there snould be no- subject likely to, pro voice any long partisan discussion. Boundary. Questions Whether, or not the long-deferred question'of the extension, of. the boun aaries of -Manitoba, Ontario and Que- bec- will come-up for final action this session will depend largely on'the at- titude of Manitoba and Ontario. The Kuason-Bay railway and the -Welland canal projects- will also come, It is difficult-to forecast-with, any autnority 'the result of' present movement for better trade relations. with the United States, or for a lower- ing of .the tariff in accordance- with tne demands from -Western, Canada. Those matters have still to be care- fully considered by- the government! It is understood that the preliminary correspondence looking to the re; sumption of the negotiations left off The funeral last spring will be exchanged within the. few days between Ottawa and Washington. Data as to "the. .var- ious aspects of Canadian trade with the United States being cured, and carefully analyzed by Hon. Fielding and Paterson. In any event, it is not expected that any aetmite trade agreement can-be reach-, cd withoout somewhat prolonging ne- gotiations. Conferences between the representatives of the two countries will probably be held both at Otta- wa and Washington next month. Hon. Mr. Jblelding wrote this week to Sec- retary of State Knox stating that the Canadian government was now ready to resume negotiations. Jlr. Kin-ox's reply has not yet been received. It 'is expected that the first conference will be held in Ottawa in a fortnight Spokane, u'asX Oct. in "a majority on tne bench of the Supreme Court of the United States, or for that matter, in all courts of the land; This' would quickly rem- edy ome-of .the conditions that con- front the people, to-day." This reform in the judiciary is ad- vocated 'by John Strange, .lieutenant- governor of, Wisconsin who is visiting relatives in -Spokane. His reasons for the change are as follows: "The intent in determining all ques- tions of law -is-'rfeased' on-the ground of common sense. we seek in the courts is right, as interpreted by a horse sense view of law. This is exemplified .by; the jury system, in which the: the judgment-.is fixed .by jurymen. This is a substan- tial way of reaching, final justice. "As it legal-precedents govern the determination of most cases at is- sue in the courts> not precedents- thaf be'ar directly, on- the issue or are ev en similar to "'the -case. The courts merely set some -precedent that ap- proaches .'nearest to. the case and this basis is used the mat- ters, at issue. Equity and right are ignored by the of law, which interfere with the exercise of horse sense and.-justice. I believe our dif- ferences should be determined by who- ancl stances. "The Suprera'e" court-" is bound up and held 'down by -legal precedent. "The precedents in the Wisconsin reports differ from those in the New Hampliire reports, so the court takes an old Massachusetts decision and de- clares that the tru'e1 law tne case. 'Such decisions, based on abstract precedents and principles, work the. grossest injustice in equity and ethics. and yet they establish precedents wnich shall goverin questions at is- sue where human rights and property are seriously concerned." THOUSANDS OF; r HOMESTEADS WERE SECURED Over Hundred Thousand Entries in Last Fiscal .Year Uttawa, Oct. annual re- port of the interior department, cov- ering the last fiscal year, gives some illuminative statistics of western de- velopment. During -the twelve months settlers, 'representing souls, took up free homesteads in the prairie provinces, as compared with a lolal of homeread" entries, re- What Each Warts The proposals of neither country at snirelys on Sunday. have yet been definitely formulated but it is practically assured that Can- ada will seek to obtain more favorable terms lor such natural products as nsii, coal and other minerals, tinroer and agricultural products entering the United States from Canada. The Am- erican autliorities will probably seek to get better terms from, manufactur- ers of certain lines, such as agricul- tural implements. Something may be conceded by Canada. 31G MEAT INDUSTRY WILL START IN REG5NA Kegina, Oct. at half a million dollars. Hugh ?.rmour and uo.-Ltd. have -been incorporated for the purpose of erecting a large abat- toir and cold storage plant and deal- ing in live stock on a large scale. The men chiefly interested in the company are Huch Armour and Robtr Armour of Regina and William Ar- mour of Paisley, Scotland. presenting souis, tir OI the new settlers, who took up nomeste'ads last y ear came ?'from j Ontario, from Quebec, 183.from j .Nova Scotia, 130 from New Brans-! wics, 9-i from Prince Edward Island. and 182 from British Columbia. Canadians who returned the- United States numbered cans, English, Scotch 326, Irih, 546, G-ermans Austria: Hungarians Swedes 818; Nor- wegians 484, and Russians r.Otfl. In the -list of American settlers; every state-and, territory in.the Union is re- presented. September when prov- ision was made for the granting' "of pre-emption purchased home- tead nomestead which re-, I presents a, prospective: revenue of ?21.J exclusive .interest will be accruing-40 the government during', the time that the, entrants are.- earning "riiie's -to their 'holdings. The gross cash revenue., of the department during the year wnlch is an increase of compared with the previaus year.. The growing magnitude of the partinent's work is evidenced by the j race tnat the correspondence handled; during the year totalled let-1 ters. I The steady xise in western, land values i? by the fact that the j average price per acre realized on j sales of the railway and Hudson.' Bay lands was as compared with in 100S-UU, and in PLACE ORDERS NOW {Foryour wants from the Nursery. Plant late October and'not'nest spring.. B e sure and include a few eight f o ot Russian -.Poplar in' your order for shade and windbreaks...- Of the immigrants last yeari rrom European countries, exclusiv_e of Great Britain. 3S per cent, made "en- tries for homesteads in Western Caa- and a large proportion of the' rest j engaged with fanners or in domestic j j service. olumbia's Best Fruit Growinj Owing to the scarcity of laborers tne Canadian government has decided to admit .from" all 'countries, except Asia, railway construction laborers. WGO are guaranteed employment by contractors. HANDSOME REWARD OF KINDNESS SHOWN Are you aware of i the profits to be iuade from fruit growing 'in "British Columbia? The climate of this province, anc. especially.. that of the Okanagan Dis- trict, is extremely suited to this indus- try. In fact, this district is admitted The Dowsley- Land Co. i! Real Estate, Loans and Insurance PHONE 544 FOR hundred and six-ry arrows of finest level irri- gated gardening land in the province of little more than 3 miles from city of Lethbridge, only per acre, all broken, cultivated and ready to plant. 10 acre plots adjoining (unbroken) selling at tc per acre. Don't miss this opportunity as we have immediate sale for five 10 acre plots at above prices. Terms over 7 years. uaarlottetown, Oct. he snowed Kindness to Dr. Fleming, of Boston, when the latter was in Char- lortetown in suffering from a .-4.V vw i C3- paralytic strike, Frank McDonald, a j Although this is comparatively a new industry, and only a few of the or prominent young man of this city, has j chards are fully the results have been_highly satisfactory. f _ ____ 1 i-> "M or Tl fr'M ic-be the finesr fruit growiag section on the continent. just cash and a resi aen'ce on uoiumbus avenue, Boston. Mr. McDonald was summoned a. few days ago by'ihe -doctor to wnen the presentation was made. TRYING TO STOP SALE OF EDMONTON BEER I When we consider results showing from ?500 to- and even per acre, from fully matured orchards, the inducements are great for the man who would make money pleasantly. t j Ten acres of Okanagan fruit land will produce more than a- quarter sec-1 tion of wheat land. Kflmonton, Oct. Anheuser Busch Brewing Co. bave applied tc CHiet Justice Harvey for ar. injunc- tion to restrain the Edmonton Brew- ing and .Malting Co. from selling theit Deer, which ,is the subject of a law grounds or' litigation are thru la Dels of the two beers are so tnat it leads to contusion o: the two Brands. The injunction has not beer nenrci. CARLIN ORCHARDS In the Upper Okanagan is the choicest tract in the valley; lies beau'iifully, fronts on railroad and river, requires iio' irrigation, excellent soil We are offering it in 10 to 20 acre blocks, at prices from 5100 to ?125 per acre, with cleared blocks running 10 ?145 per acre; small cash payment, bal- ance in three jears. This is a special offer made for the'purpose of securing bor.a fide settlers, The owners are determined to have this portion of their holdings settled at o-.ico. These prices can never be duplicated in the province, as will be found by oomr-i-rison, are much lower tlian any ether good land ir. the Okfiiv .S. YV. advise you to write at. once for the extensive information recran'ing soil, chvr.a'ie, transportation and markets, which we have prepared at'ter a careful study oi Carun Crchards. cures ec'Us. hsnti .ogers, Selling Agenis, 52-i 1'encicr Street W. W P prieejSe; per Express- diarges :prepaid to your Our Large.Comet Currant arid our: are premiuin 'dinners, quality and perfectly: adapted to V Two years, per dozen and egress dozen We" prep eEarg.es... v We guarantee goods We Vaili.tb to WAREHOUSE 2 lots -on "corner -of Ford -and Bowraan Sts., 'RESIDENTIAL- CLOSE IN 2 -lots on .corner of Crabb and London pair, 2 lots on corner of, Glyn and .London pa.r lots 'on -London between Crabb.and Glya each REAL STATE AND FINANCIAL. BROKERS 'P. O. Drawer 3CS1 Crafab 'Phone 1183 370 acres'of fine wheat-land near. Claresholm, per acre- very best of terms. This land will bring per acre in Two-years. 7 roomed house. handles, it. 8 roomed modern house, handles it. o acres-for sale near'-old fair groxmds. Terms. For rent, largei modern G months, 3 lots on 5300 terms. 7 roomed modern house, large lot, cash, balance-, good terms. v W.-H. JOHNSON LAXD CO.. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. 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 irs'explain. WHITNEY BLOCK "loveh-Iniiiding site 30 ft: x 137, 1-2 ft, 'facing on.'C-iubill, only 100 "ft. "from ft. liuie at rear. The water and seAver connections are'al- ready made. casli'SGOO, balance in 3 and 6 nio's. at'8 per cent. Apply to owner: C. E. .60S CUTS1LL ST. 40 acres irrigated land. 2 1-2 miles from city, by" far the best -tract or. the marker, CO ;icres under cultivation, balance hay lanrl. Ditches all in and. has been irrigated for. last three years. Good terms. 5 and ID r-c-e warden p'ois. have all been irrijrared for three years. Best on Close in. Small payment. Balance easy. Fully modern 3 room cr. Bruce stroc; for ?SOO will handle. risiriKce easy, Ncv.- rooTi collate on Gl'n street, ca two io.'s for cash, balance very easy. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXVv'ELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 ;