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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October TriI5 LKTIIURIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 Advertising is to Business What 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 The Biggest Snap Offered 2 lols on First Arciiuo North, biiiwccu. 18th and ISih Streets, splendid S-roomcd cotuige, ivutlim ut ?14 per moiitli and two roomed shuck' reining at per month. I'rlco the pan-ol. on easy Oan lie sold for and rcfiK'oi- Ively. 'These will be SIMM track lots. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 LAND that I could get along without North cast One-quarter Section Township It, KHIIKO Btcain plow; near Suflleld-KIpp new lino. All Section 11, Township 5, Hiuige acres steam pli.w. East half Section 31, Township 10, Range H; all fenced with n'cres broke Will .sol! easy terms or trade piucea for iiti ini proved farm. i O. T. LATHROP Farm Ltnds Stafford Block Look This Up oil IVi'l, 4 in. I'ndiig; oast, on U'i-h St., 8.. lie Iwccn Ctli iiuil 7t.ii Avenues at. Terms. Exclusive lisl.mg. Your Listings Desired A. V. GIBBONS Phone 1125 Room D, Balmoral Block MANITOBA'S INITIAL BOW Grain is the Feature of First Exhibit at the Congress GOOD BUY liiiul. lully ccjiinl lo Hie famous hio-h-pTiced Con Ida 1-2 29-J2-11, west ol' 4Hi M. .Strictly choice flat land, one mile from the Southern Alherui Land big ditch: seven miles fro.ni railroad and tho new town of Koualaiio. on (.lie I'rii-e -Sy'i.OO IH.racre. Easy terms. ll H. A. BEARD, Owner TABER, ALBERTA -Manitoba agriculturalists have gi oil a different conception or ih-e work of [he Dry-Rirmhifj Congress because of the session ami exposition For the first time in- the history of the province they have attended in umbers and have made an extensive exhibit, which ihcugh not so large, ranks well with anything to be seen on tho grounds. .Manitoba is a wheat province. That does not mean that j it is a wheat growing province only, but in their exhibit they have en- deavoTed lo set forth their commer- cial 'resources as contained in theic wlrc-at crop. A grain elevator pouring a continuous stream of wheat into a j lake steamer is the central feature of (he exhibit about which tho display is arranged. Will Come Again I .While grain is the chief product ex- hibited in the Manitoba booth, veger tables and grasses also occupy a large space, making the whole exhibit complete. It was arranged by Mr. Poison -and ilr. Benson, who arrived a couple of weeks ago for the pur- pose. S. A. Bedford, deputy minister of agriculture, is also present for the Congress, and considers I he display 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 fourteen y-aerc parcels for sale at per aero on (he above lorrns, adjoining land is hold a I; this price and higher en bloc. This land has been plowed this fal I and will be in excellent condition for giirderi purposes next spring. One year's crop will pay for the Innd if properly cultivated. A'ot jnore than two five-acre tracts will be sold to one purchaser. The indications are that this laud will be worth per acre in 3 years or less. The terms on these garden tracts are such that a person with small capital and moderate! income can buy a five-acre tract and pay for it very easy. A family can make a comfortable living off one oif these live-acre tracts if properly bandied. It will cost yon nothing look these tracts over, and if after in- specting them you think they arenot worth the price asked, will .'not insist oil you purchasing. Those who apply first have first Office' will be kept open until 9 o'clock, evenings until these par- cels are sold, which will be a very few evenings after this ad. appears. H. GALVIN liuomC, Balmoral Block, Lctlibridgc, Alia. PHONE 1425 encuuillei-ed iu this city. And the re- stand of alfalfa could bc obtained on of dry-farmed product most wonderful port '.has gone lo .Spokane already. any well prepared land. Mu. R. Insingcr, the president nl our; The rotatioii of crop ho advised ever exhibited any- Cliambt.rr could not stay over Tucs-1 of the 'Manitoba, uj) till this year, has rat net- disliked being associated in summer fallow followed by grain, day. but he .was here and ho carried then by crop thcn by hack with him tho enthusiasm we all pies and peaches from ilie dKsi.ricts lying any way with dry farming; that pro-! had, yesterday noon's lunch- vince was not consklercd to be in the j t.0n the Spokane business men a j dry Canning -belt. But their visit to j tclugram was read telling of bis LcUibridgc lias opened their eyes to j show Lethhiitlge has put on, and this the t'aet that .dry farming is good, morning I received a reply to extend j scientific fanning and like) to the people of Lcthbridgc thc an-' British OoHimbiii they ctin be depend-J prcciatiori of the business men of cd mum in future io do their share: -Spokane, and to invite, them to come to iiplmld end in keeping the down and Kee Spokane and join with grain again. iiiittain around movement to the'front. Founder of Hartney Another Interesting visitor wiih tJio made a tine shuwim; in thc Manitoba exhibit is J. H. us in a celebration some time. M. J. Wessels, the curator oi our exhihit, had charge of the instal- lation of the Spokane exhibit, and QUIT THE JOB PER LEY 13 NOW THE ACTING MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS AT OTTAWA is onp Of 'INFANT STATE DRY-FARMING UNION MADE A HEALTHY START established for judging, it is evt- I dent, from thc appearance umi Ilavor oj, (jj jju, siimvn m-.m Yit- tin- infant, stale oi the Kii- j t'odiiso counties. UuitAn- f xonu has a promising future in hot'ti- an .niciest-1 ing showing Hie fact that oi- aml root by dry- most of tin1 .spocimciiM shipped to thc 1'fjnnjiTfs ior onvry wtro wpoiVd Arizona was one the uinnidahlc ]jr sproutins ''nil mildew, dim J.o the, t competitors for the nf UMii, early date Ihny had to he gathered but withdrew just before this rem- ain! judge's .Most oi tin- urchards Manitolm iiov-cnmiont ;igcnt in Tor-; artists on Uiis continent in the ar-i Ottawa, Oct. to the planted years aco hy miners ami pros- cnto, jir. Ilartncy is tho man after r rangpment of sneds and grains, made! foruni of pcctors were grown from si-od, the town oi' Hartney, Man., is beautiful picture nf Miss Spo-i acctpunci. oi his lewsnanon, accounts ior tlie rejection hy the lliimeri. ne is one of Hie pioneers of! kanc, which is tlie feature of lln- ex-! Mon- K u Alonk- ils of PnbUe judges of several varieties impossible j tllo ilavins come. Inlo the coim-! hibit, and which evffybody is admir- j Works, left for Montreal this evening. name and untrue to tin- si.nukmls h) Us witl, tl transit) ing. Orcat credit is due lo Mr. and I Only a few personal friends were at ,........i....... party. Ho bad not visited Mrs. Wessels for their work on this j the station to E him off. iMr. .Monk for many years, and exhibit, and we want cvcrylindy in stated that ha would be buck' in the ed that surprised ai. tho j Lcthbridge in see it. I gress convened, when (lie citizens amount there was still to learn about his own country. Tlie Manitoba exhibit is distinctly erc'lif-able one which will help in bringing t.b-e resources or the province i more prominently be.foro the people ol' other coimtries, and altogether much may be expected io result rea'l ar.quainrance H -pppars iron; the list of Phoenix, (he capital, captured tlie i from their National Irrigation C'otign-ss held tiliis' with tho dry farming movement. I eel the world in brans and droiisht- f. jear'.looK" the hean prizes. At the last at Colorado Springs, managing the exhibit, I to Xew Mexico, her sister slate. Ap- State Innnigration C'on: mission. Specialize in ....-4750.... "Rentals Insurance Room 116 Sherlock Blk! Lethbridge, Alta' WS1H RECEPTION SECRETARY OF SPOKANE CHAM- BER OF COMMERCE EXPRESS- ES HIS' APPRECIATION "Wo havi.1 been treated like royally, and we desire to thank everybody in Lethbridge.'.' PROFESSOR SHAW capital in the course of a day or two. and that a little later he would go to Atlantic City for a well-earned rest. The 'work of administering the mnlti- favious affairs of ihe department will at once be assumed by Hon. Perley, minister without portfolio, from Quebec. He will remain with the post until Mr. Monk's permanent successor is installed. STRONG TESTIMONY FROM AGRN CULTURAL EXPERT OF THE GREAT NORTHERN R. R. Gilbert tinnier, aged L', of Dorset, died, the result, of inhaling steam from a teapot. NO PEACE FOR THE BOOTLEGGERS LICENSE DEPARTMENT VIGOR- OUSLY RUNNING DOWN MEN SELLING ILLICITLY Edmonton, Oct. License Inspector Forster, of thc liquor licen- se branch of tho AtLorncy-Gouerars department reports that there has been no "let-up'' on tho pursuit of bootleggers operating in tho province of Alberla. Ji. has taken some time and persistent -work to accomplish what was aimed conviction on a third offence under the act, follow- ed by a sentence which would he an outstanding example and warning to p-arsistent offenders. This 'was ac- convplisiied a day or two ago when Inspector Raven, J. P., at Edson, sen- tcnccd James Shaw to three years in prison on a third offence. On Feb- ruary 8th Shaw was convicted and fined ?SO.OO mid costs; again on Aug- ust Sth he was "onvictcji and fined and costs. During the last week the License Department reported fourteen convic- tions with in fines, two -cases remanded until the October, and issued two warrants for abscond- ing bool loggers, all at points on the G. T. P., Edson and West. Strong testimony in support of principle- of deep plowing as the foun- dation of success in dry-fa rin ing meth- ods, was sivon at the Majestic The- atre yesterday iifioruoun, by Prof. Thomas Shaw, of Si. Paul, agricultural expert of the i.reat Northern railway, during the conrso of an instructive "The SpokjineUfs are reUirnnifi lo I on experiments the professor their humu with the feeling that they j ,md in alld N0pth i can for every man ot D.lkoK j the time of his Vrof.'shaw conducted cxteiislvo ex-' icn we first-came l913' Dunn- Ihat time undcr llry ve haven't got i mcihods bo brought the pro- Uuit'followed the.! duction or wheat, in Montana, accord- party has had the time of his I said II. C. ih, secretary of II ho Spokane Chamber oC Commerce. I wnrc anraxcd when we firs! came to Lt'HibridKt1, am: uvi-r tiic phUiubius first surprise, And our cup oi jov is :.surelv nvorllowiny because of the bis 'cup for thc nest display by a cham- 1 her of eomiiU'i-fe. arc more than funnsned in a speech j J- J- HlU ivom -50 cars, t-llE-' sciwon of un to 10.000; cnrs In lOlL'. llo jtlvos j ith that trophy, and support lo of dry farm- iherc will IIP tens of flions- Prof. iioiiiHMl out. that in dry year in MHO crops had been u is more amis of people admiring it in. our. hig ior vears to come. Thai p i.s io lie they say at piper de resistance, and if the place of ionor. the Spok.ine. delegation ;thc eniirc ple.isnre of this trip to Morujait, an American of Uic I'alnnsir wheat hell, who c! best licutenanl. 1 ever ran up l in Tom Wall. Why, if the other had one Wall this cilv of Let ill) ridge would been swarmin.ii loiUiy like H roadway in fairly ijiiccefsftilly on been emin-enth duel ions inehidod the following: The aim in- to 'break up the; soil when it bore tho most moisture, i It. could then he brolu'ii dReply and with a minimum of power. Thv> plow should be run ;it least, six inches deep. The grciiU'Kl misiako nvade by farm-! era on dry land 'was shallow' should be bar-! lowing, to pro-1 vent, the of Fall 1 plowed land i-lr: be harrow ed and disced in lh'' .is as dry i w'K'jti siionld he 'sown in wbejil coultl Mornau. who has bent tbe I 1101 i'm mn lil" (f (liairmnn llnwnor this week i Tlie .ht-st. diian- 1 loo Hint hf wns compelled by business lo return tliis morning, hut, J there ;ii'f a Inrgc number ni iSpokaiip- hlill in tiic city, and Ihey arc going in sliiy t ill Kriihu 'Mir. lias asked me 1 n sny in my retmrls tii sl of sf-fd io use wore Ihroi; pooKs for wintr-r whrat. and spring Prof. S'ii.-iw niai lined (hai. a yooii Smiley Machan Land Co. SOMEKSET BUILDING WINNIPEG. 4000 mires, t'ighl' miles north of Tnber, in .11-10, W. of per acre for quick Hniilh-wi-sl, 82-8-16. west of 4tli, unim- [iroved. all steam plow, six miles south of TII her ut per acre Kasl hiilf I! rind all of-I in 5-14, VV. un- improved, sleiun plow land n( ijilS.OK per acre SECUK1TY IN VESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and ulfe Insurance Money to Loan Rcom 12. Hull Block. Lethbridge. Phons: 768. Room 207, Tempkvon Building, Salt Lake City, rtaymond Alta., Phone 6. Mr. LamLseeker: No miiiUir liou- ninny propositions yon Imvc pdt up lo you while in iho city, if yon mer.n busi.ics.s. DON'T to this: Section strictly first ctr.ss sU.im plow land, practically free from fitonc and only one mile from town. per acre. Terms on ap- plication. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10, ALBERTA BLOCK Mulhern Co, The above slool of wheat -BIS gjtvwn in fhis dibluU and pull ed on Jul-5 1st and lias a iet oid numbe] of 195 vpilvPs, and wo undeistnnd it (estab- lishes a now -woild's lecoid as under- "tantl Hip last lecuid as only 95 spikes, as hy HJrofr Humboldt. Wi hnvc land same grew this that vit oan sell for, from M I3J.CO per acre, depending upojl the shipping facilities, and We also have a HattD j of improved lands that :wc able to sell at price of. raw' Innd on account slotfneflH or other unavoidable of the, owners. A Few of Our Farm. 640 acroB of sit steam piow land, wlthtn a few miles' or1 Lethbridge, of which thwe are' 220 acres seeded In wheat nntl same ie looteine ftae. This land ia all fenced, and cultivated, price acre, good terms. 160 ao-fos Improved Land hi splendid district. Price par acre. We have several othor good buys in Farm and shall be plonked fo quote you on any tand !in .SUNNY 'SOUTHERN ALBERTA Wo also IKIVC n. department, dealing solely rn city property, and havft some spIemMrt snaps. Call in and maki- our office your headquarters for correspon- dence. Maps. Ground Floor Sherlock Building Third Avc. and Seventh St. S. Lethbridge, Alberta ;