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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DRY-KARMING CONGRESS E! DAILY Friday. Odober 25, Improved and Unimproved We will during the Dry-Farming Congress week offer "one special snap" b Farm Lands each day, Any. piece of land advertised in this space will bear the minutest in- spection and is such that you who are interested cannot afford to overlook. Watch this space carefully. 480 Acres Crop Payment A perfect 3-4 section farm, 0 miles east of Barons on the 0. P. R.. north Lethbridge, with good buildings and 160. acres under cultivation. Partly 1'enccd and Splendid clay loam soil with clay subsoil. No stone. We are offering this splendid farm at the price of 632.50 per acre. Small cash payment, balance one-half crop payment till paid for. A splendid opportunity for the right party. This means you. YOU are 'm above we shall. be very pleased to have you call at our office (open evenings) and go into this matter fully. An automobile will be at your disposal to go and make a personal inspection of same. Office Ground Floor Corner Office Dominion 'Blk. Hon. J. W. McColl, M.P.. Vlce-presl- dent for Australia CALGARY LAWYER OFF TO BALKANS Calgary Oct. M. Jones of the law firm of Lent Jones, will leave Cnlsary for a holiday abroad for soversl months. .Mr. Jones intends to gel as near to Balkan war as pos- sihle. Ho proposes to so to London and the-a direct to Vienna. He will] decide then- whether he will go lo the front by way of Montenegro, Servia, Bulgaria, or Greece. j .Mr. Jones served in the first Can-; adiiiu contingent to South Africa and was a member of the company which made the final rush at Pimrdc-burg, vrhich was the first big victory of the j British in the Boer war. He is very much interested in military matters. 1 Mr, Jones realizes that ho may have! some difficulty in getting to the front, j but he is rather hopeful that he will j succeed. Ho is an extensive traveller j and Knows the' ways of men. FARMERS .BANK ACTIONS Toronto. Oct. hearing ofi ih-3 protests of the shareholders of the; Farmers Bank, which was to' have i been continued -before Referee Kap- this afternoon, was adjourned. Aj meeting will be culled shortly. A new French antcrupbUe alariu'-con-i gists cf a pair of bolls runi? hy a pro-' jteller whirled, oy its resistance Lo j jfa air through 'which it 'passes. j Tlio most of this tract is all within two townships, is all unimprov- ed and is all sleam plow land. It selected by ourselves somo ars ago when land was not; as S( had a lot to choose f roin. IT LIES DIRECTLY ON THE LETHBRIDGE-WEYBURN LINE This Railway is Now Under Construction, and Two Town- sites are Laid Out by the C.P.R. On This Land will sell this land right. The price will make yon money and the terms are easy. Would you like to look over the land? If so, our cars are at your service. Alberta Block, 324 5th Street Lethbridge Head Office: Palace Building, Minneapolis FUTURE GAS-ADI A X CITIZENS. en route lor tuuus 111.5 ;L-JI- SOUL r.ejrly ii-tlp emigrants to Canada the vast Dominion resources and healthy end clim- ate The number of children so far'sent out to Canada by the 'Barnardo homes now reaches a total of which includes the little emigrants in the g.bove EVERYTHING COMES TO THOSE WHO WAIT Spokane, Wash., Oct. civil ;war pension claim, made 4i years ago by DcWltt C. O'Dell, has just been la-anted to his wHow, now Mrs. 31 r. pension amounts to only a few dollars. J. Crase of Palouse, Wash., O'Dell hag of and she is again a widow. Th dead 39 years. Between the time application was made and the time it was granted the woman's first Two officers have In-' husband died, she married agam. rear- machine ed a family, oldest now JO ears i i which can be drawn -oy dogri, thef j wjlcejs navilis pneumatic tires, i Iron, nickel and copper compose a! new white., ricn-corrosiv-a alloy that; be rolled, drawn and cast, the iu-j I veu'.ion of a Philadslphian. Consisting of MO acres, with irrigation ditch carry- ing large stream of water. Seven miles from Claresholm. This is one of the best grain and stock farms in Southern Alberta. Good frame house IS X 2S, with kitchen. Telephone in house. Frame barn 5U x grain room for over SOOO bushels. Other out buildings. Water running through three-quarters. About acres un- der cultivation. SO acres in alfalfa, 30 in timothy and hrome. About 90 acres seeded to Western Rye Grass. All deeded, clear title. Reason for selling, yetting on in years. 50 head of horses and 30 head of cattle and Implements ran he sold with 'the place. For further particulars address owner now living on the farm. CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA .387 ti-10 ACKES, Tp. 5, Ege. splendid mixed-farming proposition, 75 per cent. Steam Mow Land (Haw) Balance Meadow Land, doa- to Lake. A snap for immediate sale1. Close to Lethbridge-Weyhnrn Line. of Taber; will be served by two than 10 miles from C. P. Line. cash: Balance Easy. An excellent buy. A .SPECIAL acres located along the Lethbridge-Weybnrn branch of the C. P. E. Price S10.00 per acre. Terms Easy. 1.200 ACRES RAAV LAND along -Railroad at per acre. Easy Terms. 'Also many other tracts from 160 acres to 10.000 IUTCS in a block: !-_> SECTION" IMPRrOVED LAND within a mile of Stirling, Ready to a bargain. 172 ACREN IMPROVED FARM LAND with rights to Stone Quarry in one mile of C. P. R. Price only Per Acre.' The stone can be seen in Hull Block of this city: also Fleetwood School. ACRES OF COAL the famous Diamond and 'Chinook Mines. 280 ACRES IRRIGATED miles N.E. of Lethbridge. Full waier rights. G5 acres Alfalfa, 150 acres Timothy, 10 1-2 acres Pasture. Balance Stubble Land. Two Houses, Barns antl Stables, and Sufficient Implements to work the place. CITY Property, with or without Trackage; Warehouse and Stor- age Sites; Residential, Vacant and .Improved; Subdivision Property, close in, from 10 acres to 80 acres. Largo listing to choose from. Our ears at your service. I COL, MARCEL MALCOR Vice-President for France, 1 Tunis f i M ifii OUUUUHv ta WW da ACKES RAW FRUIT LANDS in the celehnited Tobacco Plains, in plots of 10 to 360 near Gateway, alongside G. X. Railway, on Canadian side. idge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. i Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Capital Financial Brokers, Incorporated 1009 Phone 1173 1262 1st Ave., S, ;