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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTEUmTBRTDGE DAILY HERALD October 2ii; Real Estate Wo are the owners of anil also have the exclusive bundling of INSTITUTES WORK Women's Congress Heard Addresses on Special Work by the Prov- at present prices are extremely good investments and are bound to Increase substantially in value in the near future. 'OFFICE: Dominion Building Phone Numbers 1183, 1210, 1007 CHURCH MAY BUILD BLOCK NOVEL PROPOSITION OF A CAL GARY METHODIST CONGRE- i CATION Calgary, Oct. will have one of the most unique churches on the North American continent within the next year if plans said to be under consideration at the present time ma- terialize. It is reported, though not Authentically confirmed, that the trus- tees of the Central Methodist church, at'-Seventh avenue and First street (West, are seriously contemplating: the erection of a combination business block and house of worship. Recently, it is said, the church was j faffered for the property. This amount is reported to have been re- fused, the church holding out for .000. The corner is au extremely valu- able one, being located just opposite the, new Hudson's Bay Company's building and' across the street from two other business blocks now in the course of construction. The property lisa a frontage of 130 by 125 feet In the event the property is not Bold, it is the pian of some of the wealthy members of the church to erect a 10 or 12-storcy business block, the lower floors to be used for mer- cantile purposes and offices. The up- per floors would be furnished as a. church auditorium and Sunday school rooms. The revenue derived from the building" would wrtliin a short time place the church upon an extremely enviable financial basis. No official announcement of the plans of the trustees has been, made, inces Yesicriiay afle.rwjon's session oi the; ipriiiitioual Onjuess of farm j men tvu'iTdiitgly valuable in points of excellent addresses awl large attendance. Mi. (J. Fleming i'd the aitfn'.iKw a pleasing j cal solo. Mr. L. Clark followed with a talk on "Farmer's j which especially fine, lie em- j phaslzed the iiiiporiawe UL 'teaching i he boy what he .should know, thai lie should not- belittle his work in any way. The keynote of his way the necessity for purity. j prof. George W. I'titnaiu, Toroiito, and -it is understood that no formal who st'lieditletl fur tliu Friday announcement of plans will be made morning program, iouiul it impos- mitil it is sectled whether the property t iiibie to be present iben, so his ad- will uo sold, dress was brought foiward. to Thurs-, day afternoon. lie dealt in a thoroughly competent null practical way with a "Report oi I the Ontario Women's Institutes." Drnccbridge, Out., Oct. Hio was listened to with intense Conservative convention held today interest: M j to nominate a candidate for the Mni _, Mlltdrew, Principal Alhertn election, made necessary by Mahaiiy'd j fniie-e lied Deer -Ylr-rrla elevation to the county bench, William an address on "Education Lowe was chosen, receiving 71' votes of which showed a moat i to 42 for flavor Ecclestone, sail 13 for thorough knowledge of her subject. FARM LANDS Half-section 10 miles northeast of Stirling. Special price of per acre, terms per acre cash, balance over eight years at 6 per cent interest. One of the best improved sections of land in the Lethbridge district, the best of building's, good fences and all fully improved. Price per acre, special terms given. Half Section 8 miles west of Lethbridge, good buildings and fences, all cultivation. Price per acre, on .easy terms. under Our Listing of Farm Lands and City Property is Most Complete MUSKOKA CONSERVATIVES Dr. MeLeay. DRY-FARMING CONGRESS j Mrs1. M. R. Watt, Victoria, was annoinieed to speak on "Opporhtni- i ties for Youne 1'cnple in the Coun- j try." j She conveyed .greetings from Urit- i ish Columbia to the Inteniational j Coniiress oi Farm Women before com- mencing her address. Mrs. Watt regretted that she could not deal with t-li? subject as announc- pd, as she felt that- as a delegate from British Columhia photiM j give a report of women's institutes I in that province. Her resume of the workings of wo- men's institutes 'was exhaustive and interesting. Rev. Matthew Brown McXutt, -Nap- crville, Illinois, delivered a clever speech on "Modern Methods In the Countrv Church." la Loan Investment Company, Limited Office 416 5th Street S. Phone 1214 DEAR HENRi ALONG TBS-'G.T.P. r GOVERNMENT MAY THROW OVER ACRES NEXT SPRING .W. H, PHILBRICK Executive Committeeman for American Falls, Idaho Idaho RICHARDSON 13 IN REAL ESTATE Maeleod, Oct. Richardson, late industrial commissioner for Mac-j railway company looti, has associated himself the real estate firm of McCutcheon Bros., v.'ho are'among1 the largest in Canada, and will have charge of Edmonton, Oct. 24. thcnssnd, nine 'hundred and sixty homesteads of ICO acres each, a, total of G3J.UOO acres of land in a strip miles in length and six miles in width, bisected 'by the Grand Trunk Pacific main line, from their iMontreal office. He will leave in a few days to take up his new duties. the Columbia 'boun- dary west to Fort George, probably will be opened by the government to pre-emption next spring. A bargain in an improved farm, consisting of 960 acres, located jn the Pinclier Creek district. 4 miles from eleva- tors. This is one of the best farming districts in Alberta This farm is well located and improved; is all fenced and cross fenced: plenty of running Avafccr: good house and out Ah out 30 acres in alfalfa. If you are look- ing for a farm in one of Hie best districts in Alberta, look this up. Good reasons for selling. Will sell either whole or part of this farm. I have been farming the land for the past seven vcars, 1 i Enquire before Friday evening J. T. Lea, land surveyor Cor the province of British Columbia, said in making the foregoing announcement in Edmonton today that govern- ment survey will be completed in a short time, adding: "From the Divide to mite 53 the country is rough and is so to :i great- er or lesser extent all along, but on the river banks it is adapted to farm- and trucking. Along-the Fniser valley iu the new territory is some of the best farming land in the prov- ince. Frnits may he grown on both sides of the Frnser river. "There is abundant timber in the uisirict, cedur. spruce and other wood cruising ns high as feet to the lot in the government reserve. Three surveying parties have been in the Hold for some tini-a and wiih the j exception of a small area between mile 110 and mile 120 the survey has been completed." J. C. Cariepy of Edmonton, assis- tant dominion laud asent at Grand Prairie, reports that homesteads! have -been entered by actual settlers in -the district south of Peace river, north of Edmonton and west of the sixth meridian in northern Alberta, since July 15, Superintendent of Post Offices, Toron. to, rtiiu iinurigcu TOr iiie Special ma service in Lcthbridge during the Congress A Few Choice Residential Lots 25 x 125, situate'close i'> Henderson and Queen. Victoria Parks, at each, 1-3 rrfsli, balance 6, 12, and 18 mouths A liberal discount allowed for all cash. .For full particulars Balmoral Block ;