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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Sal unlay, 20, THE LKTIFBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Advertising is to Business What Yeast is to Bread. Flour, Fire, and Oven Wait jVjBll_Yeast. It's Up to the Cook to Pull Out a Good Batch of Result Page 3 The Biggest Snap Offered roomed shack rontliiu roomed shac roniu il i an easy terms. Can bo sold snimratoly i'UO rospi-ct- Ively. Those will bo spur trunk lots. North Lethbridge Realty [Co, PHONE 1 I Want To Deal A Hlimlcy Oil-Pull. 15-30; practically now. Give me and nlow 660 ncroa, stubble unijcl ,tlils fall, or next spring or summer fallow next Plowing to bo done not leas than rive Inches j 1 have 3200 acres to be plowed. Farm Linda O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Look This Up .153 feet, 4 in. facing east on 12th fr, be- Gth and 7th at Terms. Exclusive listing. Your Listings Desired A. V. GIBBONS Room D, Balmoil Block GOOD BUY Irrigable Inill. fully equal to th famous high-priced Coif dale lands, E. 1-2 1-12-11, west of 4th M. Strictly choicefclat land, one nnlorom the Southern AlberLfMLand Co..'s big dm, seven miles from railnMul and the ncwo'wn of Ronalane, on thoMBow River. Pn- per acre. Easy Aims. for H. A. .BEARD, TAMER, ALBERTA i SPECIALIZE IN FARflM LANES FROM A QUARTER SECTION TO BLOCKS OF 5.0ACRES UP -ALSO------ RENTALS Property GEGDRGE ANGU ROOM 116 SHERLO-J5CK BLOCK LETHBIGEJ ALTA. Smfiiey Machan Lan Co. 734 SOMERSET BUILD IN WINNIPEG. "i I 4000 acres, eight iniles north ol bei, in 11-16, W. of 4th, at V per acre i'or quick k. South-west 32-8-16, west oi unim- proved, all steam plow, siS null Hith of Taber at If acre East half 3 ami all of 4 in 5-14, un- improved, steam plow land at "_, per acre. I SECURITY INVESTMENT CO.. LlTED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance v .to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phono 768. Room 207, Templeton Building, Salt Laktr, Raymond Alta., Pnone 5. Two Splendid Colors 3rd Avenue and 9th St.--reet 5th Avenue and 7th St.--lj feet Price and Terms Exclus Mitford Opposite The HearaM LOCAL LADY ON DOMESTiCjCIENCE INTERESTING AND PROFITABLE TALK BEFORE FARM WO.. MEN'S CONGRESS Th0 concludliig sossfon of the Inter, national Congress of Farm Women WHB a delightfully pleasing and highly instructive climax to ilie splendid nicotines hold. Tlio basement or K'nox church, where a crowd had gathered, was converted iuto an Inlerosiing kitchen, where Miss Uuivden, who has had a groat deal of experience in the 'teaching of domestic science in eastern cities, demonstrated the cor- rect way of cooking. An electric stove was and ouch one in the audience 'was sup- plied'with a typewritten copy of the- recipes, used in the demonstration. Miss Bawden was assisted .by Miss Gladys Downer, Miss Elaine Cony- bcaro and Miss Helen McKHIop. Miss Bawden, while preparing bread, cake and meats, etc., for bak- ing, kepi up a concise; clear running commentary on the economic prin- ciples of cooking on thoroughly sani- tary lines. Miss Bawden's addresi contained practical help, which was eagerly received by the women pres- ent, the questions asked shoving the keen interest taken in the subject of domestic science. Recipes that were followed out and the most successful results given and those present to sample included nut bread, cold water sponge cake, boiled cake, caramel custard, jellied beef or veal, Norwegian prune pudding, cara- pudding, chocolate bread pud- ding; steamed apple pudding, salad dressing, banana salad, potato and celery salad, chocolate junket, cream of celery soup, macaroni with cheese, vegetable cooking and others. -Mrs. F. W. Downer moved a vote of thanks to Miss Bawden for her kind- ly services, which carried unanimous- Do You Want to Be Benefited by Lethbridge's Growth if so. liny H (lartleii Trad located only two miles from its limits, right in the path of its growth south-east. The price is- j'OJisoiiiiljle and the terms are such (hat you will not feel paying for CASH; BALANCE per MONTH. If you are not in a position to garden one of these tracts, will guarantee you a renter who wiil pay you per acre annually for use of same. You Can't huy 25 1't. lots (he same distance from tlic Business Centre of Calgary or Edmonton for the price jier acre which you are offered these. Garden Tracts. price is only per acre; other land in the vicinity is held at.this price and higher en Moo .These garden tracts are located in the direction which Letlibridgo must grow, us it can only spread in one direction from the business centre, and that direction is to the East, while the .cities mentioned can spread in all directions. This is a fact worth considering. You can't a (lord to miss this chance of securing a valuable garden tract at a reasonable juice on such easy terms.. To those, who have already bought we will also guarantee a yearly rental of per acre if'they desire to rent same. Office open until 9 o'clock evenings for a short time. H. GALVIN Room D, Balmoral Block Phone 1425 LcthbridgCj Alta. Cubans Make Good Cuban players seem to be quite pop ular among the big league manag Marsans and Almeida have done wel with the Cincinnati .team. The St .Louis Cardinals have, signed anothei Cuban, Gueto, of-the South .Atlantic League, 'who is declared to be a ratt ling good catcher. Sacrifice Sale Of House No. 1306 London'Road Situated on two lots fifty feet from cur line on 13th. St. TUis house is built of brick; has seven rooms, Imll and bath; full" ce- ment basement; .furnace and electric lighted. 'WILL, SELL BELOW JI1MIKET VALUE. TO MANOLB The Cascaden Land Co. Office 1O, Macdonald Block Iowa-Alberta Land Co. Lois 3f> and 36, Block 120, feet on'18th Si., close 6th A VP. S. 480 acres, vcrv choice, adjoins school and church, per acre. -S'1.500 cash, bal- ance spread over 8 years at 5 per cent. .Perfect section, south of grassy .Lake. 200 acres broken, fenced: for quick sale. per acre, part cash, balance crop payments. Large list of choicest city property We handle only close-in properties 5, 6, 7, SHEPARD BLOCK PHONE 651 Naas Valley 40 acre Farms to per month, with 6 per cent interest. There's a 40 acre farm awaiting you in the fJaas Valley. Get a "home" that will pay for itself in a year. Full particulars on application. T. E. PATTESON 11 Stafford'Block AGENT We have some Special Bargains in Farm Lands both irrigated and dry farm- ed lands. WILLOW CITY Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Calls it "A TO.WN OF IMPORTANCE" adding: "The establishment of this new town (on the Fraser and Willow Rivers) marks a chap- ter in the development of British Columbia. It is out- ward evidence that each day sees the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway pushing farther west and that the riches of an inland empire are, for the first time, becoming availa- ble. That portion of British Columbia west of thtf Rocky Mountains and east of the coast range and drained by the Fraaer, Necliaco, Stuart, and Willow Rivers, holds the centre of the stage in one of eariirs greatest the development of Western Canada, Approxi- mately midway between Ed- monton and Prince Rupert, a terri'tory virtually 700 miles long and 500 miles wide will contribute -to the upbuilding of this new town." DO NOT TODAY for .maps and printed matter, giving fullest infor- mation. PACIFIC BOND AND LAND COR- PORATION, LIMITED 504 Pacific Butld'q Vancouver B.C. A better understanding of your neighbor may convince you that he is a better man than you thought him to be. Cultivate a habit of agreeable- neas, even If It takes toleration. We are tnicdally organized and equipped for t.ho Administration of Estates ,ind for carrying out of trusts of every description. TH TPITJiTTO'TC1 I A A 'RJ'TFT1 She IKUSld and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Ailinlnielrnlor Olllclnl AfMlgiion I'or Districts of LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 EIGHTH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY UNPRECEDENTED OFFER II) in North Loilibrideo, contrally located No cash required. Bankable note accept- ed. J. R. REVILL Itoom -I, Kirkliam Rloelr. I'honos 101S. Own a Home The solid brick, fully modern six room cot- tage, No. 536 12th St. 8., is for sale and no reasonable offer will he refused. The lot has 50 feet frontage and faces east. For particulars etc., write to the owner, 0. D. Austin Drawer L Lcthbi'idgc, Alberta PRAYING 11 OF KINDS. Western Transfer Co., Ltd. R. Fraight 492 A Snap in Busi- ness Property Fifty feet, revenue bearing, o n which there will be stores in a few years. This we can sell for a Cow days at HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg.Tth St. Here is a Good One 278 acres, Vseven-milts .south- east of t. 40. acres winter wheat; 40 acres timothy; First class buildings; 50 acres irrigated., One of the best tarmg in Southern Alberta. Price per acre. Easy terms. A few choice listings that are certain to in- crease in value. There's money in them. ALEXANDER AD. Block 3, 2 choice lots on cor- ner, ?750 pair. 1-3, 4, 8 inon. SIWALTA Block (j, 2 lots at a sacrifice price, each. 1-3 cash, bal ance.very easy. -ROSED Block 4, 2 choice lots on cor- ner, 53 feet by 200 feet, a real snap. pair. Very terms. A NICE HOME On 9th South. 7 rooms, modern; 44 foot lot naar 6th. Are. The price should sell: It. and terms to suit. AVEEY SNUG HOME On Gth. Ave. Worth, at n very easy price and easy terms, G rooms, lot 37 1-2 feet by J25. Price Mitford Company Sixth Street Opposite Herald ;