Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
'sdny, OHolu'i- THE LKTmilM'DGK DAILY HERALD J9W tacqpe am ._ How Many Times Have You Thought About Investing in Western You are now on the ground as a visitor to the Dry Farming Congress. WE WELCOME YOU. Would it not be a good idea to set- tle this question by personally inspecting some very attractive propositions we offer? FOR EXAMPLE, Dominion 'Square has parks and schools adjoining, Handsome Boulevard through the centre, 80-feet wide. Water, Sewer, Light, Telephone all extend to the property. Over 700 Lethbridge citizens visited the Square on opening Sale Day. You still have a chance to get in at opening prices. Automobiles at Your Service HEAD OFFICE, 6th ST., OPP. HERALD OFFICE. Special Office with rest room for Visiting Delegates, Opposite the Dry Farming Congress Headquarters TO GIVE FARMERS CHEAPER MONEY J. J. HILL ORGANIZES BIG INSTI- TUTION DESIGNED TO BE BENEFICIAL SWEET VALLEY SI. Paul, Minn-, Oct. 22. r.Iarnes J. Hill organizes his big fin- institution in St. a great aid to farmers in the Northwest will he given in the mailer of borrowing jnonuy. Mr. Mill iias- looked with dis- pleasure upon the rates of interest farmers of Minnesota, North Dakota, .South Dakota and. Montana, i'atcs which usually vary from 8 to 10 per cent. Me is said to be a firm .believer in rates of. from four to sis cent. TO JOIN GREEK AIR FLEET Chicago, Ills.. Oct. Scliae- STer and Hobert Elliott, Chicago av- iators, left today for Washington, they will enlist with the Greek delegation for army services in the [Balkans. The arrangement was made through the Chicago Greek consn-. Sweet Valley, Oct. Val- ley is fortunate enough to have secur- ed the Rev. .Jlr. Dorrian for the com- ing year. His first sermon here was f last Sunday and 'was appreciated.! He also holds services ut Bright Pros- pect nt eleven o'clock, Sweet Valley at three, and Yetwood at. hnlf-past seven in the He is stopping with Air. Hunter while here. As the Primary class in Sunday school bus been short in attendance, n. prixo is offered by the superintend- ent for the best attendance from now until Christinas, starring next Sun- day, also a pmo for the intermediate class. The Ladies' Aid meet, with Mrs. 0. A. Hoiden on Wednesday afternoon. Most ail tlio articles are finished for the bazaar, and all preparations made for the Thanksgiving supper. Mr. and lUrs. Main havo gone r.o Carmangay for a couple of weeks. Mr. Rounds has a sister from the States visiting: him, also relatives from near Nun toil. Mr. Tangerwieh is on! looking after his wheat, as it has hurst through in- to the cellar and has spoiled a largo portion of it. (Second of Farm Women Opened This Morning GREETINGS GIVEN ecntive Boards and Mie various com- mittees of this organization. Many of you, perhaps the majority, have come great distances to be with us today and wo want, you to know how deeply we appreciate your presence and how heartily we greet you. Jt. iy a tremen- dous undertaking to gainer the rural home Interests from the four (marten of the globe in a year's time, yet so splendidly have the farm women's or- ganization 11 nd tlio extension depart- ments of the agricultural colleges of the various nations co-operate with our work that, we are today able to sit beside many of our near and far neigh- j bors" in this great gathering. j "1 should like to lake -this opportun- ity to lay special emphasis on the value of the work done by the women of the fiinn prets, who have so generously [given pages of publicity to this move- j mont and BO enabled us to reach many j move real farm wives than we could hav-o done in any other way. Per- j; Thoughtful Paper; Subjects of Interest to Farm Home soiially I t0 thank the Amencau can and must accomplish. 'While cli matie condition may change or infl ence crop production, the rural home ant! its problems arc pretty much the same the world over, tbe only differ- ence being the manner in which the problems are, met and mastered. Each nation, suite, province, and even Bmn.ll community, has its own particular way of solvi-ng these Questions and that is why it Is" good for us to come togeth- er in such a convention as this and compare notes. "We want you to take part, in every one of these meetings, and urge that von participate in all of the three ni mi to discussions which will foljow each subject, as it is presented. We ask. however, that you in mind he fact that our program is long a-ad our time too precious to permit cf the ntroduetlon of any subject foreign o our work. I now tae pleasure in declar- Lhe second IiiteniiUfunal Congress women convened. Iowa-Alberta Land Co. Special LoLs iiml m, Block 120, feel; on ISlh St., close 6th Arc. S. acres, very scliool cliurch, per acre. cash. fince spread over 8 years ni f> percem. i'erleel seel ion, soutli of grassy Lake. acres lirokon, fenced; For quick sale. per acre, parl cash, balance crop pay men is. Large list of choicest city properly We handle only close-in properties 6, 6, 7, SHEPARD BLOCK PHONE 661 The .second annual session of ilie Tiilcniational Congress of nwn convened this morning in Knox church. The meeting was formally opened by Mrs. JM. Slavert of Winnipeg] urrsi.lenl. Rev. A. Catnrron offered pray IT, following which two numbers were rendered by, the Alberta Slake Choral society of Cardston. I Welcome ua.s evtfiidi'd in turn [Mrs. Ifulyea, wife nf Lieut.-Clnv. I Alberta, Airs. Duncan .Marshall, wife [of tin- minister cif ngnculitirc of Al- Inirfa, and .Mrs. Krcil W. Downer, cbairiiiini nf- (lie local board. They won- nniiod in expressing the s-t'iiti- thai the coming of the rtmgresK In I.mhhridjrc of great bent-lit to tiro Ciiiiiiilian Alkrrtn lie- in s lirst of tin1 Canadian provinces to 1'iilcrlain a .session of the Congress, wen- extended In the of Kami Wmiieii hy ihr ljrc- j sidi'iti of the Iiili-niaUoujil Dvy-KarnT-} Dr. John A. Widtsnr, f who npokc of iln1 ncce.s-sity of the as- of farts IKIUKP- j hold management; llnis it as ftirmliiK imd licni scii'lililir- (if fnCtl! in riiai Pivsiilcni. Widtsoc nvoucd hin.-.srlf a ihat is, he .sain iio was-. pi-ntTih willinii woir.cn the h.iHoi, M. iliat lliey Rn io 'he JUKI uiic for the men. Airs Slavcrt's -H if my very greai privilege and (ilcasnrfl to wclromo you tr> I id abridge Mini [lie Ht'H.sIoiH; of ihis (.'otiKi'fss on b'Hi.'ilf of tliu Lociil ami Kx- .and Caiiailiiin women for the synipa-j On j (lietic. help they have given me in my share of the work of this Congress, all through the past twelve months, brought greet ings from the "Since the meeting held last fall In Colorado Springs, when the tenipon nry organization of this body was made pcrmauoiu, our earnest endeav- or to better rural home conditions un- iversally (for which purpose we came, into existence) haa steadily been main- taiiittd and Krom .AInthor I'onnlry Miss Uavi-nlull, of Victoria, II. C., [Oilier country, assuring Canadians of the lici-n inn-rest frit by in all educational movt'iuvat-s in this new country. Si-.t1 spoko lo the point on three -subjects which she considered of prime importance io farm women in Rcncr- I, iirtcrchangc of ideas and have tilt; of listening to our and in individual secretary's report for the y-ear we siuill be better able to grasp the vast Im- portance and inllimnce of what we liiive nndcM'takc-n. I have been liter- ally overwhelmed at. times by the lixation of our part in the world's work bon.'3K, the maintenance- of beallh anil I and the umno I-'rom Persia Mr. Kahn, of Persia, spokf 1'ec Iy and with understanding of great Higniiicancd the fii I'tii in ihis g a tarring. so amount of liis wife, who is an American, because she could not be brick, fully modern six t-in-e. 'No. o.'ifi Si, 8., is for and no offer will The lot nn Ii 0. D. Austin U7 Laciinibc AKn, "Knini I tions" runic Mr. Anderson, bringing greetings from the 'women of his U'liuniry. lie said that methods of had been prae.iieed in his ji'umitry sinco the hirtli of lion, bin against heiivy oddfi, Pales- tine having some of tbe most dillicult. prnblemn wliieli ihu dry-fanner meets. HclLiium's (ireeliug Miss 11ariiness, ni Mnn- i tiiiiii, present I'd greetings from Bel- gium in the form of a tetter from the President of tlii1 Women's l-'iilui In- slilulc of. Itelgiunt. Hon. Min I in llurrell was ealled on nnd evtende.l greetings in iVIic'ilous lern.s i Tlie were Cni- i (li'iiiijits ('oinn.'iltee .Mrs. ('htrl; Kel- i Iy. of North D.ikoiii Mrs. Card. SiilI Lake Cilj Mrs. Salisbury, Win-. nipi-K. Ite.'tolnliniis Connnitiee Miss .Ma- lliews, Oklalmiitii Miss Hurry, iiiKlon Mrs. Wail... British Columbia; I yt. Paul i EVERYTHING HUMS AT BUSY TABER IMPROVEMENTS IN PpOGRESS ON EVERY MARKET- Taber, Oct. 1B reported that the Hull farm, which recently sold io Eastern capitalists'. Is.f.o.be im- mediately subdivided into, lots and placed on (be market. We leain that it is the intention of the cnvne to commence work, laying out etreei cement, sidewalks and planting trees iiml boulevards. Work of this do scrfntion will make ii, a valuable pro- >erty. CJ. C. .Miller ia at present having the larlc on the snuiii aide of the track nil into shape, by ploughing it and "encing ami tree As it is on- y three blobs' from tha track, it siiouM add greatly .in Uie''vnliir. of thp properly adjoining, us well'as become u popular re-sort. The silk- of the track is atmnsremirt'ly residential and many flue houses 1m ve up this latt summer.- Tuber's growth, while or by fiis and starts, is neverthelesH sub-j stanthil and and carpenters i aie in constant demand Building" is very brisk at present. H. Hudson, hag just a hawlsbine< brick, veneer store for Harding Brothers, who have just moved in.. They have HOW .a stf-re to pbe proud of, and' one which is in every, distinct im1 provement on' the. premises burned down a short time ago. The Mlltep Block Is practically completed, and Mr. Millar expects to move into his ntfv offices In a 01 two I On tlicUCiiig George Hotel many I men are busily engaged under E. R. putting up the brick veneer- ins tolling a steam heating plant, and putting the 'liar in shape. "When com? plcted tiiis will be another big im- provement in appearance, of-'the town. Work on the excavation of the Hank of Commerce building is''being rushed rapidly, and it is the intention of the (superintendent of the building' to have it ready for occupation, before (he end of the year. The Taber-Hard- ware Co.'a new store la being rushed lo completion, and is to be ready for. business on November 1. The Presbyterian Church was used yester- duy for the first time, tout the Tegular opening services will not be held for probably a month yet. as the .pews and furniture have not yet arrived.' When they ;ire in place, special ser- vices, with a special preacher to con- duct them, will be held. ams We have feet of the tnosi valuable property on Fifth Street South, in tho heiiri, of tlio IniahiOKs centre of the city, which we will j-'dl on ihc most tonnH and prlcn. Do you want It? down; on long time, with low Interest iC tnlitMi :it oncn. liavo iiltio a flvc-nerfi tract which we will sell on the most fuvci'iihlo terms. Ji fioa CORU-IO tho old fairgrounds, now Victoria I'.trk. This we, will sell mi tbe most, fnvornblo terms. :ilsii luivo 110 lots in UlocU ISO which must Iw sold at onco to cletir up ilio tltlesi. Those lots will !K: sold on iwyments for oil eh. If sold for cash, or so ay to Iw paid for in two mouths, we will .sell lor W. H. Johnson Land Co. Johnson Block. 323 5th Street S.