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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJIi; DA 11 A' Tage lit. Your Credit is Good'' NOTICE We beg to announce we have removed to 40571 6th and have added and Stoves to our line. Now this is your opportunity vourhomeatayerysmall weekly payment, new ami. a re right.. S: See us before buying elsewliere. g TJhe Alberta Outfi 405-7 Sixth St. South tin t- Ghana Consisting 'of acres, with Irrigation ichf carry- ing large stream of Seven miles from fl'hla is one thefjbest grain and stock famij'.JjSuihern Alberta. Good kiicheit. house. Frame barn 5G x for over SOOO busli Other out buildings. Water running tiironglil Ihree-quartere. un- der oultfvatloii. 30 alfalfa, 30 in About 90 acres seeded to 'All deeded, clear title. head of horses and f; be sold with -the place. For further particulars a istern Rye Grass. eason Cor selling, setiijiv-in years. 0 head of cattle si ml 'Jfliqpts can ddreys owner.now llviiii.v John Stevensli CLARKSHOLM, ALBERTA Mf STILL BOOMING MONTREAL MAN FOR VACANT PORTFOLIO AT OT- TAWA, BUT MR. PERLEY MAY GET IT Ottawa, Ocr. Mfireeiuil boom of lie works daily atuiumlug sreator portions, l.a.si bveithiK Mr. Mitreelia arrived at the capital b Louis Coderrc, for 1-iochelagii. I is understood (hat. he contVrrod wit I J'remior Bordoii today relative to th cii'hinct vacawy. Whun inter at the Cluttoaii Laurlcr last oveninj. 31 r. was as reticent as im> cabinet minister could be. Ho W.T.S not a practical men, h siild, mid ftouUl not be expected t> Irnve ;i complete grasp of the manj mailers which he consiidere .an almost essential successful iidmintetration of a do 'pai'Uuest of public 'works. But "lie significantly added, that there wen times in a man's Hl'o when lie sliouh respond to the "imperious call o duty." On the other hand there is a'grow ing feeliii" Unit Hon. George Per ley may be k-f.1 in charge of the do partmeut. Mr. Perley is looked npoi as possessing in a greater degree thai any other man available, the peculiar qualities necessary for the handling oi a department whk-j calls for greal ability and training. Tlieu it is point eil out that his permanent appoint to the portfolio would give to tho Protestant population, of Quebec that representation which they are now without in Mr. Bbrdcu's cabinet and which they had in the Laurier ministry in the person of Hon. Sydnej Fisher, minister of agriculture. The appointment of a French-Canadian solicitor-general to make up Tor the loss of the public works department is part of the proposal to secure the permanent services of Mr, Perley This would give Quebec four repre- sentatives in the cabinet not including the Kolicitor-Keneralship. Messrs. Pel- letter and Nantel would represent the French-Canadians; Mr. Dohcrty the Irish Catholics, and Mr. Perley the English speaking- Protestants of the province. JUDGES ANNOUNCE MORUWARDS MR. FAIRFIELD HANDS OUT LIST OF DECISIONS AT THE EX- POSITION FEWER EMIGRANTS QUIT ITjlTALY Due to Prohibition by Atj _ Many Women Who Country Believed Victims Vice Home, Oct. shqw that there was a decrease in Italian emigration and South America There were whfi-fy'e migrated to these couii- s comparer! 'with 402.770 in The decrease was due nuiinly to the Jfirohlbition of .emigration to Argen- Ftina. Only went to the United States, as compared .with in 1910. Tho emigration to European countries and African ports, generally of a temporary During 191J emigrants wen wero children i Two-thirds of were under -I Inasmuch as emigrants cons it'follows that, the females whence, it is slave traffic is government's t by the recent, of 'JUjd 7 per cent. of age. iloiwfeh emigrants cent, of the groups of miaccompanied, the white ilhiiig despite the mnn bodies In Srland last year, an increase of r-jcent. over the inimbei- for thr before. CANADIAN GRAIN IN MINNESOTA Minneapolis, Oct. at the Port ArLluir. and Fort-William docks, combined 'with u: refusal of the railway company to make the same rate on grain frcm Winnipeg to Du- luth as from Winnipeg to Port. Arth- ur may result in much larger quanti- ties of Canuuian grain being stored this winter in Minneapolis elevators. The railway and warehouses com- mission today received a letter from Winnipeg complaining that the rail- roads would not reduce the Winuipeg- Dululh rate as was done last year, and asking what facilities Tm- storing Can- adian grain in Minnesota would be available thi.s winter. The commis- sion will ma lie an investigation. McMaster's New Site Toronto, Oct.- new site has been purchafi-ad for .McMaster Univer- sity immediately north of Upper Can- ada. College in the Bglintou (listriot. It is stated that property is being held by a syndicate interested in the University and that it 'will be hand-ad over to that institution if the authori- ties decide to move from the present site on door street. W. II. Fulrlleld, chairman of tho Hoard of Judges of the Di'j-1'uriniiig Congress, announces several more awards, there being only a few spec- ial awards that have noi boon made. Tho massive sliver sup, which was presented by Hon. George Lawrence, .Minister of AgrlciiIlurG of .Manitoba, has been awarded to tho Spokane Chamber of Commerce for its Inland Empire exhibit. The Saf.-T.ini en to Valley Develop meat Association of Sacramento has been awarded u special Lethbridge Hoard of Control Shield, mounted, for tho .bent district exhibit, of fruit In glass, open to tho world. the best exhibit 'by an agricul- tural college or experiment station, a Lcthbrldgc Board of Control Trophj has been a-warclcd the Utah Agricul- tural College of Logan, Utah. For the largest apple exhibited at tho show, a life membership in the International Dry-Farming Congress has been awarded L. J. Nicholson, Salmon. B. C. For the largest potato show, which prize was awarded to Tillman It outer of Madras, Oregon, another life membership in the Con- gross is assigned. In the Students' Grain Judging Con- test, the silver trophy cup presented by tho TwIce-A-W-eck Spokesman-Re- view of Spokane, Wash., is awarded fpr this year to the (Manitoba Agricul- tural College. This cup has been won o'nly once and It-has been In the pos- session of the Washington Agricuitur. al College for two years. The winner to retain the cup has io have three >vins. JA J. Haddock, one of the Utah Agricultural College student's team is awarded a Lethbridgo trophy for lhe individual having the highest score. F. A. Adams of Macleod who won in the class for the beat display of noxious weeds, is awarded a Leth- bridge Board of Control medal. The Board of Trade of Nelson, B. C. is awarded a Lethbridg-e Board oC Control medal for the best district dis- play of 'box frill. For the 'best Provincial exhibit of frosh fruit from the prairie provinces, the case of cutlery' valued at ?400 which was presented by J-Ioa. George Lawrence, Minister of Agriculture of -Manitoba, is awarded to the Mani- toba exhibit because of general excel- lence. 'For the best Provincial exhibit of roots from, the pmirie provinces, it case of "cutlery valued tt ?-fOO, which was presented by Hon. Je'orge Lawrence, Minister of Agricul- ture of Manitoba, is awarded to the askatchewan exhibit. Pearl A. Trl- ;o of Woodward, Oklahoma, is award- Cheapest Business Property on the Market 1 100 x 125 feel- on 5th St. South (the main' business, street) (loud lerrns. Tin's is revenue producing. 320 acres near Letlibridge, about 7 miles.from station, per'acre. Terms. All this land can be cultivated and land adjoining sold for mo re'than double this spring, hut-. owner needs the money. We handle trades, no matter where property is located. Illinois-Alberta Realty Company Open Evenings Rooms 1, 2, Macdonald Block, 5th St. South ed a special ribbon for the frest juv- enile exhibit of fruit, this display having been made a judge in the wotnens' classes.' While it has "been announced that J. 'Lanigan of Blfros, Sask., was the winner oE the Oliver Gang Plow val- ued at rwhic'h was donated 'by the Oliver Chilled Plow Works of Hamil- ton, Ont, through the International Harvester Co., for tli-e toest bushel of oats grown -in Canada, the -jury of awards reserved their decision until an affidavit was procured that the oats were grown in 1912, and toas.issued a reserve championship 'of a bridge Board of Control trophy to A. E. Barnes of B0w Island, Alberta. For the foest farmer's exhibit of sheaf 'grain, the Emerson Engine Disc Harrow was awarded to T. Reuter of Madras, Oregon, and for general ex- cellence in this a 12 barrel steel tank, -donated by Aultman Taylor Co., is awarded to A. Perrey of Cardston, Alta. OLD U. E. DESCENDANT St. Catharines, Oct. Su- san Pay, mother of City Clerk Albert iii Grantham township while in the act of adjusting a scre-an to her 'window., She was the oldest "Un- ited Empire Loyalist. re- siding in the district, being 90 years of'age. DENMARK FIGURES ON POSSIBLE WAR Neutrality in Case of Con- flict Between Britain and Germany Copenhagen, Oct. 2 6. neutrality in a possible war between Great Britain and Germany ia being constantly discussed juat now. There is no doubt that Denmark would be placed in. a serious predicament, for .at least one of the combatants want to use the waters of: the Baltic and other Danish waters. The Ger- man fleet has manoeuvred In these waters frequently, and it is believed that the visit of the British and Rus- sian fleets to Copenhagen was in an- swer tQ the German activities. In this connection there, have been rumors -'of an 'alliance Den- mark, England and Russia 'whereby Denmark will be expected In case- of war to facilitate the "'movementsi; of the English nnd Russiah'-war ves6els; through her waters. j Another version states .tbat Den- mark has entered into a secret treaty, whereby -in'-caae- of war with England and Russia, Ger- man troops can tie lauded at conven- ient in Denmark. Both rumors are believed to be pure 'fiction. The present government, as proof of their desire to maintain strictly neutral attitude, requested the English and Russian fleets to time their visits BO that they would not'be in Danish waters together. Officially the reason given, for thiu that there was not-'room-enough in the Copenhagen for both fleets. If .It 'was only a, question 'meut there would be no doubt as to side the Danes would .favor, for during the -past ten years English influence has grown-steadily whereas the Danes continue to Germany to Prus-'' sianlze the people of the former Dan. ish Sleatlg. But that her future lies neutrality and .she is determined to maintain H, I: I I Western Canada Agency, Ltd. 1216-1224 First Ave., S. Uthbridge, Alberta INSIDE PROPERTY FOR SALE RESIDENTIAL AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY Lots 16-17, Block 12, (spur track) cftub. IOLS en bloc, close in; one-quarter Oiie-tiuarier rasli, balance in 1, '2, and 3 bala-nco 1, 2, and S yours with interest. with interest. 9-acrc bloclis running from per i jlqck, ea-jy terms. Ixits 28-2H-30, -Block -IS, adjoining new otr.cc, SlO.ffOl) eacli, onwiuartcr cash, balance h, building.lots 7M. and Sth Avenues 1. 2 and 3 year.s with interest. (jacli: terms, onts-Lhird b.ilance in 3 'and 12 moruhs. fi, Dllfi', (L02 References: Union Bank of Canada iV'cre.lot, Block T. ?n.'iOO. One-third cash, Lots 12-JJ, Block S, one block south of Balance in (i and 12 months. fully modern 12 roomed house, rri montlis. terms. n One-tiuartor sr, re-niiibs from Lethbridge at ?1S per acre. Terms. JL'AKIU. A JiU.l .lilv.1 lpurtly and barn. OVAP scstion tally Improved Cliamplon; with good I'rlcis or terms can be seotlon two miles east ol per acre. Klileadid farming li-ml. Easy terms. 15 miles (rom One-hnlf section )yi7ig eight miU's LethtiriclBC. per aero. H.isy terms. Other farm property for sale, land ranging tr -.00 per acre up.. 160 acres farm land, all fenced, small house a" water; 9 miles from station and elevator, J18.00 per acre, payments spread over five years. C. B. AGENCY AOADIA BLOCK, 612-3rd Ave. Lethbrldae A GEN IS FOE (Ico. CracUlock Co. Wire Ropes. Wolf iSn.fely Lamps. Bam'J Osboni Co., Ltd. Anvils (Peter Wright) V V i cos Coal Drills Augurs. JjOitl.licj- Belting T.nbhcr Canvas and .Rubbei' Endless Bolts 1Jnbbcr Hose .Babbilt Metal Unit tiro Cloth. Bolts JSarbi.'d Oc Wire. Fence Wire Mi HO Trade Kails Ac- cesseries. Explosivos 1'ipe Fittings Jilncksiniths' .Blowej-s and Forges. a soli nc, Tvcroscno. Liihrienting Oils and Greases Bj'and" llcadv Mixed Paints etc. Wholesale Importers and i Jobbers Railway, Mine, Mill, Contractors and Blacksmiths Supplies Prompt Deliveries Guaranteed Picks. Miners' "Hardy Picks and Handles, f' Cement. 9' Wood-Fibre Piaster Fire Brick. "Hammer Brand" Plaster-Paris "Peerless" Eeady Eoo'f-1' ing. Wagon Woodwork Blacksmith Coal. Blacksmitli Hand Tools .Bar Iron Steel Horse Shoes "ISTever Slip" Horse Shoes and Accessories. Valves "Ponherthy" Lubricators ,0re Cup's Grease 'Cocks, Etc. Wheel-Barrows Scrapers Well Casing Manilla .Rope Howscr Laid Manilla Well-Drilling Cable Tar Paper. Plain Building Paper. ;