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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 2i, 1012 TTTE DAILY Delegates Dry Farming Congress and Others, Do Not Overlook PORT MANN "City of Certainties" West Coast Ocean Terminus of the C. N. R. GRASP THESE FACTS There will be a thousand and cities along the Canadian Northern ;systom. hut only one Pacific one Port Mann. huge territory like Western Canada is the foundation upon which great c-ilios are basis of Port Mann's wonderful future. The Panama Canal will make I'ori, Mann the "front door" for a territory many rimes larger than the average European country or American state. The great ports of the world are located on ot- a't the month, ol' great rivers. Por! Mann's harbor, the F.raser lliver, is the linesi fresh- water Jiarbor on tlie Pacilic Coast. "The development of the country and the amount of business offerings by transportation, companies indicate that the Canadian Northern will have to do in five years what the C. P. It. had twenty years to accomplish in." G. Holt, vice-president and general manager of the Canadian Northern and Pacific Railway. Low rentals for industrial sites mean mil- .lions of dollars added to the payrolls of Port Mann. "The Port .Mann shops will be the niosl im- portant in Win. Mackenzie, in the Vancouver Province. June 18, J912. Mackenzie Mann interests control the greatest coal mines of the Pacilic Coast, besides several large metalliferous properties. 1'ort M.ann has an important future as the head- quarters of these vast mining regions. The Prascr River, Port Manns harbor, is one of the great salmon grounds of (he world. .Port Mann is destined to be the centre of a huge fish- ing industry, as Mackenzie Mann interests already control several of the largest lishing industries (hi the Pacific Coast. Port Mann is the logic'al saw-mi 11 ing centre for the richest timber areas of North America. The Praser Mills, opposite Port Mann, one of the largest plants in the world, is controlled by- Mackenzie Maun interests, which have in any millions of dollars invested in timber and mills on the Pacific Coast. These immense lumber- in a; interests eeuterine; at Port Mann are alone sufficient to assure a large city. Five Millions to be Spent at Once on Port Mann Pacific Properties. Limited, controls (Sic major portion of the central business and residential property in the heart of the ollicial townsitc of Port Mann. It is therefore important that a pur- chaser consult our list in order to insure getting the best value. Our prices are the same as those of the Canadian Northern Railway, and the terms are one-quarter cash and the balance in live half-yearly payments, with Interest at per cent. Secure information, maps and pi-ice list.from O. J. AMUNDSEN SON, Claresholm, Alberta Headquarters during Congress Week, Dallas Hotel. Lethbridge. PACIFIC PROPERTIES, LTD., Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. Prof. WM. MACDONALD Government Dry Land "Agronomist, Pretoria, South Africa; International Corresponding Secretary Dry-Farm- !ng Congress ONE MILLION DOLLAR FUND Scheme Floated to Estab- lish Endowment Fund to Carry Congress IF dry-fanning enthusiasts in all >arts of the world will donate witli- n the next year the yum of lun. Daniel'ttforgan; the Spokane banker and booster, will increase the iiini total by That was the announcement made from the plat- orm last night at the'big auditorium ftor thirty people had taken out life memberships at "535, this money logo to the formation a foundation fund ;o perpetuate the congress. The announcement was made after :hc speecli of Dr. J. 11. Worst of Yortti Dakota, who last year was elected chair of the foundation fund committee. One 'million dollars was the sum aimed at when the dele- gates met last year at a big banquet Iowa-Alberta Land Co. Lots 35 and 36, Block 120, I'eot on 18th St., close 6th Ave. S. Terms. 480 acres, very choice, adjoins school and church, per acre, f 1500 cash, bal- ance spread over 8 years at 5'per cent. Perfect section, south of grassy Lake, 2QO acres for quick sale, por acre, part cash, balance crop payments. Large list of choicest city property We handle only close-in properties 5, 6, 7, SHEPARD BLOCK PHONE'ill IMPROVED SECTION AT A BARGAIN 12 miles from.new-townsito In Warner district. All steam plow land. This is a first'class investment. OwTierdeveloping other land near- Hi is -farrai...... Address Owner BOX B. WARNER, ALTA. TABER MBER Intending Investors jvjll find. a. good proposition in purchasing Taber property at present prices. I own over 300 lots in-the Original Business 'arid Residential, which I will soil at attractive prices and on easy terms, GEORGE C. MILLAR ALBERTA DR. BAILEY TALKED TO WOMAN'S CONGRESS Dr. Liberty H. Bailey ot Cornell University addressed the Women's Congress Wednesday afternoon oil "Th-ft Woman's Para in the Country Life -as follows: "The most important thing I shall say this afternoon is that it takes two {persons to make a family, one man an-'I one "woman." The ofliciency of: Khis .home depends on eo-operatioii.j Equal efficiency means equal oppor- institutional opportun-'' ity. "Educational progress for women must not, necessarily be like that for man, quite die contrary in fact. Homo and farm are different ends or sides of one co-operative business. Educa- tion ot farm women should be dis- cussed with the same thoroughness that wo "so in discussing the educa- tion of farm men. There is no educa- tion for women in the public schools of the country. Any interest or occu- pation in which it is proper, for adults to engage should lie incorporated In our educational systems. "Days for Lnrining women in ac-j emnplisliments Imvo past." I Dr. Bailey then enumerated several things to be accomplished in tin? train- ing of women. First they must he trained so as to escape the small range of conversation, not because it is wicked to gossip but because it represents a narrow life. Second they must obtain a different attitude toward personal apparel. Art- ists in the making of women's gar- ments should set the styles instead of commercial houses, wlio design them to make money. Thirdly, they should tnvnxime the common notion of the right to be en- should bo resource- ful. woman should discover and use means to improve'her undisputed sphere and not adopt man's sphere. In other 'words, to put. ii very lideily, "Educate all women in HM-HIS of their daily lives." Dr. Bailey's address wab? inter- spersed with 'bits of clevu-r verse upro- po of certain thoughts <'injthasb therein and presumably written caily two songs, piano accompaniment by Miss Gladys Downer. .Miss Alice Ilavenhill, of Victoria. most superior profession on motherhood. Mrs. Ernest Ncrnian of Mirror Lake B. C., rccsnt years along the lines of bac- terial fermentation and propagation Henry W. -Mont.; .J. Tweddle, B. C.; Robert J. Ball, Mont.; J. G. 'Alberta; Mr. for the purpose pE discussing China A. F. Mantle, Sask.- tion of perpetuating the work ot the Q. Urew'er, 'Oklahoma; 'A. Koit congress by means of. a foundation fund. Forty thousand ]ifc member- ships will do tlie deed, and from tlie spoke on "Our Daily Bread." j B. C., read a. very interesting paper "The knowledge of the use of food j dealing with (lie progress made in to the body and of the chief classes of foods, with the part suppos- ed to play, is essential to the provision j and its relation to the. canning of oE suitable diet for the individual and I fruits, meats and vegetables, the family. The suffering brought on j She graphically described her me by errors of diet points to the need thod of complete stirilizatiou and gave more general education in this res-, a demonstration of her method of "can I'eot. I niug. "A study of the approximate amount A splendid assortment of her can- of each food principle required at dif- ned products can be seen at the ex- ferent ages indicates a considerable hibition grounds, divergence between the relative nut- ritive ratio in the diet of the child Eirnl the adult. Considerations oC tbe influence on the diet, of the individual to be based on age, sex, season, mode of. consumption, typo of occupa- tion and condition of health. "The reason for cooking food are i-J in advantages so afforded in Cf the English writer, digestibility, flavor, variety, and in pvhen m New ork. He continued: "Horace liamfat is an actor. Ricli today, be was poor and a failure up to the age of -10. His lifu to that ge passed in the provinces on two or Printer's Error Saved the Life of His Best Friend Printers' errors are, usually annoy- ing, but 'ii printer's error saved the life of my beat friend." The speaker and In economy to the body. The intelligent lut.rilion of the individual is nt once an art, a seioncp, a handicraft, a pro- u fession, a trade and a service." ".Man would avoid many of tbe ills) tliree of the day if lie were to give his own I way' A Ul-e Wel1' Slllnrday in .Man him. Stella Lombard urtis if" roved Farm Lethbridge District Consisting ol! 1250 acres of AlbcrtaV best. Situated seven miles south-east of Lelhbridge Good improvements consisting of iroud house, large barn and several granaries ami all fenced. This farm is all under cultivation; 25 acres arc irrigated; 800 acres in winter wheat. The price of this farm is very reasonable, being only Per Acre The Cascaden Land Co. diet the same consideration that the! horse owner gives to the diet of ai chestcr' Horaco favorite animal, Most men would far better health and get more three days, lived on bread and dripping. Then a.-letter came to him from a Lon- of life if they ate anilj don admirer, inclosing "The admirer forwarded also, an item from a theatrical thai Hor- ace himself had Ham- pleasu drank according to th-eir actual re- (juiroments. .Excesses in diet lead to a long train of disagreeable symp-. fat is stiirrlnff in .Manchester." But toms, indigestion, constipation and the typesetter had made this item other serious diseases. The proper truly enough: j time should bo taken over meals antlj Hamfat is starving in cheerful subjects Manchester.1 and real eaiate arc not conducive fined digestion. .Many diseases can i be cured and prevented by proper diet. which will iioi yield to drugs or phy- sic. There is a great Held of useful work open m educate the pubHc ou matters of difiic. The host and only natural way to obtain the greatest benefit from our -food, is to eat mod- erately, masticate thoroughly and al- low sufficient, tinis for the stomach to digest one meal before partaking of j I another." "Economic Kunciion of ihe Hcme- Wus the subject of an able i address by LMiss lliirry of the Univer- sity of Washington. Miss Harry em- phasised tho point that "the home- j making woman is not only an earner j but a grout, earner." AVoni-dn am producers in that, they increase the values of raw products by cooking food and making articles of clothing. The Uniti-d Slates HnrMii of Labor adds to the actual annual wage of a laihoror somo two or three hundred dollars annunlly earned by tlie woman in the homo, to mako tho budget <'on- sidorod HIP living wngo of a laborer j Miss Harry a strong pica for an Corresponding Secretary, Dry-Farming education iirejuu'iHif women for the Congress, Jaurez, Mexico good start made last night it appears as if tfie work was not, to be in vain. Following is the list of those who have taken out life membership tick- ets in the congress U. JL Warner, San Diego, Cal.; M. W. Goddcs, Cal- gary John N. Alcm, North Dakota H- C. Seymour, Sask.; John Dixon, Maple Creek, -Alta.; B. L. Emslev, Toronto A. W. Krueger, South Da- kota F. Gill, Cranbrook, B. C.; F. I-I. .Heed, Regina; 0. Kcrr, Minn.; Gco. S. Farrell, Utah W. II. Phil- brick, Hon. Niel Niclson, Australia K. Hudson, Toronto .fames Murray, Sufficlu1 W. II. Fairlicld, Lethbridge; W. J. H. D. prot- cr, Medicine flat W. H. Abbott, Maple Creek, Alta.; W. 0- Creighton, Edmonton Mrs. L. Graham, La- combe L. T. Macdonaltl, Regina Russia S. Bedford, Man.; L, Mer- rill, Utah S. Rogers, Johannesburg; Dr. J. I-I. Worst, North Geb. Harcourt, Alta.; T. Rooter, Oregon Prcs. Widtsoe, W. J.- Burns-, Leth: bridge W. Kelly, North Dakota; Senor Escobar, 'Scnor Mex- ico Cliev. Kossati, I.talv W. G. Regina; Dr. gan, Spokane. TO ENTE'R FRIENDLY- SUIT London, Ont., Oct. a meet- in gat Beimont, Hoir. -Adam Beck said that a friendly suit -will be started against the Dominion ment in an endeavor to.sccura for tlie Hydro-Electric Commission.control of all rivers in the province and the sur- plus water in the canals; This, he said, is part of 'the scheme to 'be en- tered into 'by the Hydro-Electrical Co, BUTTON IN BABY'S TUMMY Bull M'ooters Asked to Say if Emblem Contains PpUonourCompetition. Chicago, Oct. telegram7 has been received at Progressive National Headquarters in this, city from Pro- gressive headquarters in New York'to. effect: "A baby girl, 2 years old, has swal- lowed a Bull Moose button. Physic? Jan in attendance on case wants to know chemical composition of button aad whether there is anything pois-1 onous in it, so that he may give treat- ment accordingly. Wire at once." The telegram created a commotion where the Progressives arc quartered. All Bull Tifooae buttons ore distributed from Chicago. They are ot several kinds and colors. The makers'of tha buttons were Immediately hunted up and required to furnish the formula for each make of button. Thta was :elegraphed back to New York head- quarters. The buttons are Bald to ba lion-poisonous. SR. ING. ROMOLO ESCOBAR Dry-Farming Specials 960 Acres, rich clay lonin, level: wui all be steam plowed; 7 miles from Lotlibridg-e-Wcylmri) line Camuliiiri Pacilic Kaihvay one of the few tracts ol' the lirst-dass hind left. Price, 618.00 per acre easy terms. (MO Acres. A lovely section; every acre good; on the line of the Can- adian Pacific Baihvay and three miles from elevator; seventeen miles from Lethbridge. Price. per acre1 good terms. 320 Acres. A well selected half section, seven miles from loading track, fourteen from Lethbridge; one-half entirely level, balance slightly rolling: soil a heavy clay loam, all good; adjoining sec- tion hold at 127.00 per acre. Price only per acre terms. 100 Acres. A choice quarter, eighteen miles from railway, five from post office; all level and good; surrounding land held at from lo per acre.' For quick sale only price per acre easy terms. These are all selected buys ant] will stand the fullest investigation. They moan money to thft man who gets 111 NOW, as these opportunities will soon tie a part of the past a past that we some- times sigh over when we resize wo have missed. SUNNY SOUTHERN ALBERTA AWAITS YO IT'S UP TO YOU. Wilkie Kerr Suite 1 Kirkham Blk. 3rd Ave. Lethbridge, Alta. ;