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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIimtlDGE DAHYtf HERALD Sturdily, The Best Gar of Wheat Received at Fort William This Year Came From CHAMPION ALBERTA r i t 40 Miles North of Lethbridge on the Lethbridge-Galgay Line One Farm Six Miles From Champion Averaged 45 Bushels of No. 1 Hard (nq dockage) this Year on 320 Acres Flax yielded 30 bushels to the acre, this year. Ff Barley yielded 78 bushels to the acre this year. JJ" Oats yielded 110 bushels to the acre this year. Alfalfa grew 16 inches third Buck Yrheat jielded 71-2 biis. to the acre. Tirst lots in Champion were put on the mar-' July 19th, 1910. Ghampion now has a three gen- two hardware 'two banks, a- being.built, -4 implement houses .twa.blacksmitli shops and one garage. Champion has an udeveloped gas well, and 3 coal mines in opertion within 4 miles of town; We have thousais of acres of improved "and unimproved, land i tin's district from to, per acre. Let us" toll you tout Champion and shoV you: this district-. Our apmobilcs at your service.' THE CHAMPION, ALBERTA Headquarters Congress Week, Room 65 AlexanderHotel We Manage Farms or, Long Distance Owners -s-____ EVICTED FROM THE OFFICIAL RESIDENCE Australian Governor-Gen- ,eral from Sydney -iLondon, Oct. Denmau, the 1 (Governor-General of Australia, has t been practically expelled from Sydney hy. the authorities New South Wales and the matter has waused some hard things to be said ctf the Australian Etate in England. Personally Lord Donman has bad liothirig to do with the dispute which has caused his eviction from the offi- cial residence, tho-victim-og. a quarrel between the State and Fed: eral ministers. The Commonwealth, 'wanted to start f- postal savings bank, but .aa this would have competed wlfch the exist: 1ng State bank, tho State authorities opposed the idea bitterly. To bring pressure to bear on. a means was found in the throat to resume possession of Government House, the residence of the Governor-General, which is State 'property.--The excuse was given tbat the grounds were needed tor a parlt, and the house for a museum, "At'.any rate, the Governor-General compelled to seek new quarters 'Melbourne, and on bis departure the .JI ay or of Sydney presented him with an address, expressing the regret and indignation of the citizens at the his departure. Member Pioneer Sarnia Family Dead Sarnia, Oct. Stewart, here Tuesday, after a long was a worthy representative of a; weir-known pioneer family of the Western Pnnfnanln-. whn in tha neighborhood in 1804, under Lord Sel before the latter led.his colony to the Red River. His forefathers served In the war of 1812, and his father, Major Lionel Stewart, wag active, on the loyalist side in the (rebellion '.of'1837. PERMANENT ICEBERG LOOKOUT London, Oct. i berg lookout ship in mid-Atlantic suggested by; the British r Board Trade as a sequel to the report of Lord Mersey on the Titanic disaster. At present tlve plan is being consid. ered by the advisory committee of the Board of Trade, If the.proposals are carried out, the vessel will be station- ed in the route of Atlantic travel, and she will cruise along the boundaries of-the ice region.' She will then be in a position to warn the.hurrying liners by her powerful wireless equipment of the exact position of the various ice- and any derelicts Tvhich she, hiaj; en counter. According to, reports made to the advisory committee, the moat suit able icaberg ship would be about o tons displacement; 250 feet long and 32 feet broad, with a draft of ill feet l> inches; she would have'a speec of ten knots and consume about 12 tons of coal every twenty-four hours Her wireless telegraph equipment would be of the most powerful type and widest'range. Board of Trade officials .express th-eir belief that the stationing: of such a ship in raid-ocean would -add im- fields. The proposed ship will alsoj measureably to the safety of ocean tra send warnings of drifting icebergs veiling. Kootenay Fruit Lands and Timber See Harry E. Douglas, Representing (he Western Canada Investment Company of Nelson, B. C. JJYnit lands in blocks of 10 acres to tracts ..of acres. We handle lands only of the Our prices are. righ'f. We will take you to see the hinds before '.you need to put up a itollnr. We Avill be pleased to show you all maps and particulars at 4, Third Avenue Lethbrii'lgc DRUNKENNESS ON THE INCREASE Toronto, Oct. Pioneer, the official organ of temperance, gives figures showing eleven years' convic- tions for crimes In .Canada since 1901 drunks have increased in Canada from to Drunkenness has .increased almost 33 per cent, in, the eleven years; Toronto in the one year from 1910 to 3911; the cases for disorderly con- duct and drunkenness increased over 2000. In eleven years drunkenness has increased in Toronto 350 per cent. 'SOO" PRESIDENT IN LINE FOR TITLE Oct. That if he chooses ttome day lie may inherit, the estate and title of '.Lord Muncsistcr, master of an English estate, was the statement today by Edmund Penning- ton, president of the Minneapolis, St. Paul ,'i Snult Ste Mario railroad. Pres- ident I'cnningtuu said, however, that he would not attempt to obtain tho title, but would remain an American The story became known today on receipt of a dispatch, staling that Lord Muncaster was reaching for the de- scendants of .a 'brunch of the family which -came to, many years ago 'and asking concerning Mr, Pen- nington's ancestors. "I have kno'wn about this for yours .Mr. .Pcnnlngton said today. "My niece has visited the estate of Lord Mim- caster and members of my family tell mo that there IB no doubt that I am tho legal heir to the esnto. I am not' interested Mn the matter nor- in communicating with Lonl.Muncastor. tors -from KINNONDALE T have 'received about the Kinnondale, Oct. -Samson is staying with her mother, Airs. Col- well, for a few weeks. D. O. McColeman is down, 133 feet in a'well at his house, .but.has not struck enough water yet Mr. Barr, a Free Methodist minister from Carlstaad, is ben; holding, meet- ings in the schoolhouse. Threshing is almost completed in this district now and Anderbdrg Bros, outfit is going to start plowing next week. No kick about the crops'" around here this year. Lots of the- wheat went forly and T. Armstrong's oats went seventy bushels to tlie acre.' T. McFarlami raised IfiOO bushels of line potatoes off eight acres and "is busy hauling them to the dam neat Bassano. Robt. (McKiunon has returned honii from Banff where he was cijred of thi rheumatism. Mrs. Kowins from Ontario and Mrs II. Howins of First Chance, culled or Mrs. Paul aud Mrs. Haidg-d the other week. AVC. I.iltlo has gone to FJ-rooks -to work on a job of discing lie hug there Service in Midway the afternoon at. three o'clock, now. What is the matter with Klnnondalc folks that they don't come vice? The -district. 1s greatly improved this year by a number of new houses, Messrs. J.- Tibbitts, B. -Mor- gan, W, Bailey, T. Haidge, Crumb and A. Odognrd having built or added onto tliclra. T TETANUS CAUSED .'DEATH', Kingston, Oct. dcUtti be- ciirrnd yesterduy N, Ches'ter bf thevsteam- er-St. Lawrenco, of tho land Steambotit Co. A weok-ago he stepped .on-a.riail, which -rah 'into his foot, causing lockjaw. OWN A CRANBidOK OECHARD Be Your Own Landlord. See Exhibit at the Fair. Five Acres WMake You a Liwiiig.; Ten Will Make You Rich. Located in the famous Kootenay ot British Columbia, on a government automobile road less than miles from the centre ot the ,au aad cily of population. _ is a divisiona, point on the C. P R and also the home of several larje industries which have a monthly pay roll of about The C.P.R. alone has a monthly pv roll of about 000 Oranbrook enjoys a market second to none The large mining, lumbering and indus tries in the East Kootenay district empio} ing thousands of men, look to Cranbrook for supplies it being the distributing centre 'for the district The enormous coa, .tields of the Crow a Nest Pass alone will consume all the fruit that can he grown X, AN IDEAL The altitude of the Kootonajr feet a most suitable elevation .Tor trult grbvi The annual rainfall i, about H Inches, The summers are perfectly delightful of water S zarfls of winter and the itorms of .summer ir" "ever experienced here, owing to the prptec- J, the mountains there IB prac- is a very great ndvanUge, not destroy the blossoms In tie spring thti trult 'rom ths tieea in 'iht ot short duration. ar? no 'Pr'ng frosts in (he Kootenar I? as the anrlng weather, coming as It doe's 0K U Sel S bSgltl! the of early frost is over. The High Cost of Livinii Solved by Owning a CranbrocOrchard Profits in Fruit "I have had returns 'from raspberries at the rate of per acre. One of my peach trees 111 1905 yielded 535, and 70 peach trees can be planted to the acre. Apple trees planted 12 years yield as much as Its per tree, and It Is customary to plant 50 trees to the acre. Two early Richmond cherry trees eragetl each for three yeara, and I plant 60 cherry trees to the acre." John Hyslop. J. M. Perry says his 16 acres of land "is worth more than an aero, ns it has brought me a net income of better than every year for the last six years." B. L. Smith paid 5500 an acre, and I am so pleas- ed with results that I would not care to put a on mj land Charles tor' At sell for than Ho raises" dob per acre, which h.' per box i Mi I D has a fruit farm o Arrow lake, states >o hab made a profit of SpeWacre on oortaln land yV> 7 year old apple trees'. iMl J T B Kootenay fruit rancher "W much is 600 pound nertios from a single tree6 per about he 'Mr 0 I Wlsen, tMto straw berry "hipped berries to of over J4.000, and ha' ihlp yet His land In Is worth to him at. 10 per cont. In- terest, per Dally, News. A few people who fall-to think the matter out carefully and logically, are prone lo conclude that good fruit lanil at.the p.rlce is an expensive luxury and not a business proposition. Nothing could be farther'from 'the truth. The exampln, that we have quoted very clearly Indicate this fact, .frqni the amount of capital Invested there Is liq busi- ness that wliryleiii. mouo profit aa fruit growing "In a suitable 'dlstflot. Only a com- paratively small amount ot cap- ital la required, and 'the' invest- ment will produce! returns al- most immediately. Prices to per Term' 'w "loscrlptlve folder free to T. H. Stagg Land Co., Campbell Realty Co. Room 5, Jehnion Block, Uthbrldgt, Alti. Someriit Block, ;