Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
i iii-flay, MM 1. THE LETHBItllHJE H.EKALI) We have boon appointed ngonts for Lcth- bridge and district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company lias unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that Joans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. a no Sole Agents i LOOK THIS UP Lots i. 5 .and Block B; H. and 0. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by 138 i't, R. V. GIBBONS CO. 9tl link r CLOSING OUT PRICES FOR acres, 2 mile? from Weybuvn line, price rer acre-320 acres 4 miles from Weyb.urn line, price per acre. 3 1-2 miles from Weyburn line, price per land can nil be farmed. Terms. 70 acres Irrlsated land 2 1-2 miles from city limits at a bargain. One acre on Westminster Road, price 1750. Good terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. in I OUT N OT J U f> T MOW THE MONTREAL HERALD. FOR SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standinjj oil two lots No. 631 13th St. South (Westminster Bel.) price Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY WIURANCC BUILOINe-LETHBRIDOS A BUY THAT WILL MAKE MONEY FOR YOU 3 Lots in Block 153, facing cast North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 538 Sunny Side Lots We have ii large number of these lots from'8200 u p. Here is a chance to become tin owner ot Real Estntc in this city. Wilkie Kerr PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK, Neit. A.R. Offices. WHAT IS THE COST? The airawcr in tlila question is lhal the cost of CrinadlHn government annuity depends upon four things: age of the applicant: the -jmoniH of annuity required; 3rd at vviifeh ihe annuity is io commence, niiri plan on which i Ho is niftdc. Tables vliitrh answer thflae have men published ihe department and nay he had on -application. jrp payable for life, but for a small additional payment may be guaranteed lor n number of yrjre certain, not, exceeding twenty, that should flnntli occtir before tlie guaranteed j.crlotl expires t.he annuity would be continued for the remainder of the twenty yoar-s to the annuitant's legal reprenenlntlvcR. By the latter plan thn rnturn of tiperiflc sum Is as- Biired. Any other details of this im- portant, annuity plan may he had on application to the Superintendent of Canadian Government Annuities, 01.- iawa. pusiape free. A GERMAN COURT AFFAIR Uanulg. Prnaeln. Sent. the published program that had been ar- ranged for Sept. li> when the German Crown Prince lakes over the command of t.he guard of Hns-pars. the Dantzip today that the Crown Princess Cecille would not hn able to come to Dant- for Borne time, as she is asi a happy family event. IMPOSSIBUE TO RESIST -fr (Krom Ottawa Prse Press) Hon. G. E, Foster in the" Housp of Commons, March In 1SS8, (Hansard, 1SSS, vol. 8, page KM.) "1 siiy to lion, gentlemen op- posite: Suppose tlie United Stales had put ;i clause in (heir tariff act saying the very mo- ment Canada makes natural products free the United States will make them free, would we not have a pressure which it would be totally impossible for us to Is not that the very in Canada today? The United States hfi-o made the offer of free natural products. Can the Conservatives afford to re- sist the pressure of the farm- ers of Canada for Its -accept-., ante? THE COTTON CROP Washington, Sept. 1. Th-a condi- tion of grovdng cotton crop, Aug. 35th, was 73.2 per cent, of normal as compared wiih SO. I percent.. July .25. TIM per cent. August 25. 1010; H3.7 per cent. August 25, and "iM.5 .uer cent., the ten year average, August according to the depart- ment of agriculture estimate based on reports of correspondents and agents. Two Good Buys 1 corner Acre Lot hi Park- dale; will subdivide into 12 lots; reasonable cash pay- ment good terras ou bal- S2QOO Lois I to 10, HlORk.25, Al- exandra Terms. H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexindn Hotel SPECIAL ELECTION OFFER OF HERALD The Daily Herald From Now Until October 1st for 25 cents, to New Subscribers, Mailed or Delivered. To fair reoorU of the mlHIonl earn- palpi, culm and dlacunslon or me IMIIM, well tlie latent anil litsl news, world rexii The (Cut out the [ollowlns and send It tt to "The Dally Herald" Lcllvbridge. Name Street and Number City or Town Province or Enclosed you-will Mud Twenty-five Cents for the Dally Herald to Ocloher 1st, 1911, as ccr your special offer. BRITISH CAPITAL DRAWN10 CANADA Will be Result of Recipro- city says British Member of Parliament Winnipeg, Hep I. thn opinion ofjllon. W. Wilson, Liberal irsin- ber in thu Hrilish Housi- oi't'om- raons.lor North Worcestershire, reci- procity with the railed SlatcS will this country boom as .sin- has never liounird hd'ore, and also as a result of it, old country capital and immigrants will flow into Canada ev- en faster than ihey arc doing now. Mr. Wilson has liecn staying at the Royal Alexandra for a few days, on his way across Ihe country on a pleasure trip. Me left this morning for rcdmoiium. Speaking of reciprocity, Mr. Wilson professed a limited knowledge of the actual clauses, hut on general mai- lers he was conlidenl it would work for the good of Canada. "The t'nileri said JV. Wilson, "is the natural market oi this country, and I cannot sec why two countries should not work scthcr for their mutual benefit, think that this statement of the Con- servatives Dial the Liberals of EnR- and arc no! giving Canada a square 'deal on the tariff question is foolish. You cannot moiilil Ihe trade of coun- tries hy artificial acents such as tar- iffs. The 1'niled States is the logi- cal market of Canada, and Ihere would he no sense in carrying piods to the old counlry in preference Io that. j Hound Io Have Our Proilncls I '-II seems Io me thai Ihe Klalr.s is boyind In have Canadian natural pro- duct" some lime. If they do not get Ihem now. ihey will need Ihem so hadlv in len years when their own arc deplcled Ihal they mav lower ihe larill wall of Iheir own accord. On the olhei hand when they do lower their tarin "all as they offer to do now, they will see Io it thai Ihey j'.vill make a good bargain. If .Cni.ndii dors nol eel hal-Riiin. the j.Slales'will liade with Argentina or some oilier country which' will he oii- I .loo glad lo gel Iheir Irade. on [advantageous terms. The Isimply resolves ilsclf into whether Canada eould have got hrttrr lent.', 'or mil, not whether (here will he any jjoott result from the passing of the pad or not. There is no doubt 'that reciprocity will boom this coua- trv. Srtllers are pouring in jusl 'now, bill when reciprocity passes Ihev eomc in even fasler. Capital, too, ill he brought over from Kng- jlam! in greater iiuanliiics- than ever j hcforr.'' May AI. Campbell of Bnyvlew. Jlleh., IF searching for her Insl son wlio dipappeared two ago and It billcved to b None but the best Inside food enough for in City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by j. W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridje, HOUSES FOR SALE. New house, on 2 lots. Sth Are. N.. seven rooms, light and water, close to school house. Price ?400 cash handles this, and long time on balance.' Six roomed house' on three lots, 7th Ave. N. House is neat and compact. A good buy. Only cash. Balance to suit. Fully modern, seven room houBe, a first-class house in every way. 7th Avc. S. flBOO cash will swing this deal. Balance'on terms. Fully modern, six room, full basement house on 6th Ave. S. Price J3500. Only J600 .cash. Five room cottage on Westminster Road, 2 lols, small stable. Special price for a few days.'llGOO. Investigate this. CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE Tivo business sites qlose in, Three lols In Block 1SS Eight lots in Block 129 Four lots in Block 126 Four lots on corner Ninth Ave. S Pair of lots on corner Eleventh Ave. S Four lols on .Ninlll Ave. S Four lols on corner Eleventh Ave. S. 1500 .........J500 .........557.-; ......_________ Pair lots in Sunny Side Bight lols in Lake Side..............................1113 Till] LAND CO. each. each. each. each each. each. each. each. each. FARMERS! The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. S. 323 FIFTH STREET. Bull the Bast and Only Patent Portabb Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Proof, Wind? proof, Verniin-Prool'. sure and see you Corru- Granary witii the cighteon-inch man- hole in top. This allows 'granary to be com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, tight cover. CANADA'S LUMBER Interesting statistical comparisons may be mnilo from the 11110 lumber re- llort prepared by thu Dominion For- estry Iloparimenl. Of the twenty-six native specira of wood which together cut. in to Ihe extent of four billion, nine hundred million board foot, worlh over seventy-seven million rtollais, Ihe first nine were conifer- nils or softwoods. Spruce was the most important, alone forming over one-j iliiarler of the lota] cut. Spruce and nhite pine together formed barely one Iralf of Ihe Ifllfl cm, while in the year previous, these two species made up nearly three-fifths of the total. This decrease in proportion Is duo nut to smaller cm of the I wo species, but. lo a very greal increase ill the amount of Uoiishis fir. hemlock, cedar and ow pine produced In H'rlllsh Colulil- ila. of Ihe I noil cm was orined of these four species, while n 11110 Ihe tolal cm of Iho four was ncrcased by seventy per coin. White pine lumber is undergoing a cradunl evolution in its importance lo he lumber industry. Cp to three vears ago, white pine, slood at. Iho op of the lisl when it was suppl-lilted >v spruce, allhousli the actual cut of .he former had nol decreased. The prediction of last year that white ,ilne had nearly reached its maximum Mil has proven true this year, the 19011 cut behifi decreased by tour per cent., or forty-two million feet. Yel- low pine, increased in Us cut nearly six hundred per cent, in British Col- miiia during one yesr. This Increase of over one hundred and fifty million feet was sufficient to raise It from fourteenth place In the species ta hie to sixth place In importance, thus In one year, red pine, larch, balsam, and ihe four most important hardwoods. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A syndicate of western "capitalists of Calgary have pnrchased a large tract of coal lands near the town and development, of the holdings will com- mence A. confession of murder has just been received at Winnipeg on the part, of a suicide in the wilds of the tar north. In s lonely shack Pete .Halant and Oliver lived together two men, quarrelling, the lat- ter murdered hi-3 friend arid commit- ted suicide. The jury; yesterday re- turned a verdict to that1 effect Some Snaps For Quick Buy 3 lots very close to water and Victoria Park, at Each 2 lotK, corner, Block-24, Duff, at eac.h I feet on lane, close in, for 2 lots, McDuff Street, water and newer, at each THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. (ilvf a busy man a circus pass will find time to use it.