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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. ft. 1013. TITE LETriliKTDGE DAILY HERALD Many Shrewd Outside Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property EitnirMiir) Opportyflit] to Secyre i Home Ternw of payment arranged over a period of five years. by Hie owner to sell those splendid, fully modern seven roomed dwelling houses, Corner 7th avenue.and Sth street south, al prices and terms as follows: No, 101 >t W.SOO.OO; cnh, balance in ten cnunl half-yearly each; balaiiM as above. Bach property bas a frontage of forty-one and one-third feet. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO R. V. GIBBONS COMPANY (lock SOLR AGENTS If you can invest Here is a Snap SK-Wth St. rooms, all papered. Cellar, water, sewer In. Price cash, balance It lofc, Block 14, North Ward, near new school, TO Ave. S., 7 rooms, fully modern, S30 Vper month. PHONE 1235 Brokerage Department MITFORD COMPANY OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE MANY STATES TO SEND DELEGATES TO CONGRESS Illinois 'and Idaho Lead Off in Makind Appoint- 30 Others Will of the Most Distinguished Agricul- World Coming Alberta Loan aid Investment Co., Limited 1214 Real Estate Money to Loan Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Special for this week 2 lots-each 30 feet wide, close to new school. Price J375 for the ftir. One-hatf cash, balance in three months. North Realty Co. PHONE IM Jire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per month The C. B. Bowman Agency A 1LOCK. PHONE 111k. Oiva ul a trill for thoae harvoat men you are needinar-Satisfactlon OwtnntMd. T. H. fn Employment Agency JOHNION-VLK. Phone 1327 LETHBRIDGE Fer ule IM acres, close to Taller, J25.00 per acre. Terms acre cftwii, balance crop payments. Some eicellent.liuys. IE property. See us, before buy- ing elielrtwre. T.H. StaggKo., Employment Agency JOHNSON BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Cheapest and Best Buy in the City 'r Five Lots facing north, on Seventh Avenue. South, on sewer and water; near Fifteenth Street South; short time only 53i750 Freeman MacLeod Dominion Block Phone 1212 SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Money to Loan Ream 12, Mull Block, Lethbrldjc, Phono 768. Room 207, Tcmpleton Building, Salt Lake City, Raymond Alts., Phcns 5, Harris Olson Agencies E.t.te CreiUn Frurt Lands Can. Railway Accident Fin nM Lift Insurance C. 'P. R. Mthni- Annntc i General Employmisnt Agency j Agents for Oliver Typewriter Steamship Agents ROOMS 2 4, BEGIN BLOCK LtthbridQe, Alberta The governors oE all states in which agriculture is practiced to a f large extent Jmvtv-beeii invited by tho j Board of Governors of the Interuution- al Dry-Farming Congress to'appoint 40 delegates to-the convention t0 be held here Oct. 13-26 next, which mises to be the greatest, -'agricultural meeting ever held on the American continent. Bates have aunoiinc-ed of strong delegations, the governors of tht'se given the asaurance that bo a goodly represen- tation. Il'xhois and Idaho liftve led off, and Governors Dineen and Hawley have 'Cakeii a personal interest in urging appointees to make'preparationn early, to attend the congress. Gov. Hawley has accepted au iuvliatiou to particijjate, and .Gov. Dineen has pro- mised 'to attend if the duties of his office, will permit. Gov. Hunt-of Ari- zona has announced that he will per- sonally head the delegation: from that will come on ,a. special train, with a large exhibit, while Gov. flruce of Oklahoma plans to accom- pany the Oklahoma City .boosters who desire the Congress next. year and are "preparing to contest 'with Salt Lake City, Boise, Phoenix, San Antonio, Hegina and other cities. The chief executives of several oth- ,er states have tentatively accepted invitations to attend, their -presence depending upon, the possibility of their leaving their states during the heat of a political Jt is anticipated that fully a dozen gover- Avill be present, and that 25 or 29" states will send official delega- tions. Elrei-y province in Canada is to be formally represented by its leaders iu agriculture and education, and the larger cities are sending large, delegations of bankers who are evinc- ing great Interest in the dry-farming movement in Western Canada. The Minneapolis state bankers associa.- tion is to send 10 delegates, and the Western Canada Irrigation Congress1 has chosen 10 of its leading members as a special committee to attend and to thoroughly investigate dry-farming methods with a view to 'their intro- duction in irrigated sections. The plans of the 'board of gover- nors are more important, more ex- tensive and more practical than ever before -announced For a great "con- tention. Instead of a single conven- tion gathering there be nine or more dally, with a monster meeting evenings comprising the joint ses- sions of the nine sections, to 'bo held in the new auditorium which will be capable of seating 2000 people. The Majestic Theatre, which will scat -SOO to 1000 people, may be used for over- flow meetings, in which case the speakers will be heard at both meetings. Some of .the Speakers The speakers of .these general ses- sions 'will include'Hoii. James Wilson, secretary'of agriculture of the United Stales, who will be the personal ra prosentative of President Taft; ITon R. }j. Bordoii, premier of Canada, who wiii represent, the Dominion govern- Hon. Martin Burrell, 'minister of Agriculture of Canaila; Dr. Ltberfy H. Bailey, dean of the college of ag- rlcultui-e of Cornell university and one of the foremost writers and poakers on agricultural topics in the United Slates; .lames J. Hill, the great "railway magnate and former president of ihe Great Northern rail- way; W. A. Brown, president of the New Vorlc Conlral lines; Hon. Duiica Marshall, minister of agriculture of Alberta; Hon. George Lawrence, min- ister of agriculture of Manitoba; Flou. Price Ellison, minister of agriculture and finance of British Columbia; vllon. W. H. Mntherwell, minister of agri- culture of Saskatchewan; the presi- dents of a number oC the leading .ag- ricultural colleges; Dr. Ing I Viadns, perrntary of agriculture of Mexico; Hon. IWward iMIklos, former secretary of state and the ministry of agriculture of Hungary: lion. Xol- an Szilassy, president of tho' National Union of HungaYuin Farmers; Dr. K. F, Noan, ambassador of Argentina to landowner of that progressive repub- lic; Gov. Kdwin of ,ann, Gov. M. E. Hay of Washington, Gov. James H. Hawley of Idaho, Gov. Tasker L. Oddic of Nevada, fiov. Georyo W. P. Hunt of and several state commissioners of agri- culture and jiTofessora of HKi'iculHire nrnl demonstrators of experiment sin- .ions and demonstration farms. The Diiy Meetings Tho daylight hours will bo given wor sectional meetings for tho be erected by the Dominion government to house Iheir display at the Dry Farming Congress Exposition. W, H. oil BISHOP TRIES TO EJECT WOMAN FROM CATHEDRAL Crowd Peits Him With Objected to Short Sleeves Iifin-ie, Sept. much Bishop of (Jilt a di Caste1 Ho, on the Tiber, was administering Confirma- tion yesterday in tho cathedral them when he noticed a sirl won ring :i shirtwaist with sleeves wliich he con- lidered far loo short. He interrupted withdraw. As Ills advice was not. followed, and the gfrl remained in tlio cathedral after service, the Tlishop walked up to her anil attempted to ojeot hor. Several young men. Including the son an Italian deputy, at onco took the lV part, and the Hifihop retired to tho saurlaty. Tn the evening a. ulenionsi ration took place boforfi tho episcopal pal- ami when Mgr. Liviero appeared :it. a window, intending to ml dross the pnpulncft, ho wan polted 'with Lonrn- .oes and other vcaetablcH, The H. MACBETH AGENCY Loans FIRE INSURANCE Estate SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE We Are Going to Sell in-ten acre tracts, two hundred acres choice fruit Isnds B. C. and give wome one balance of the tract, twenty-Hires acres. .This, is: ideal land. Price and terras are right. Have you jnvofttigBted Gratou? Firm Lands O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block A GOOD SNAP 2 lots ami semi-modern 'cottage on Sflc- ond Avenue South, Daiahce'ia 6 and 12 months., Apply L. S. RIPLEY CO. Worth investigating ll.-ilf acre make 6-lots) .located- one Mock south of Galbrailh School. Price cash, balance to suit. The Cascaden Land Co. OFFICE 10 MACDONALD BLOCK Special Bargain For 20 days in good business property CORNER REDPATH AND 12th feet on" Are., 125 feet on, street, has good 8 room fully modern house, rented for J45-00 per month. This is without doubt the best buy In the city today. Price Terms balance in 6, 12, 18 months. Ferris Ransom .Fairtield, director of the -Experimental .Kami, this received the plnhs for the building and spent the morn-iiK H. Meech. city building intspector, making arrangements Tor a sUirlton the structure, It is a fairly large sized huildlng which will give n the neighborhood of 3000 feet of lloor space. The plans are satisfac-ory and as soon as the contract can be let, the work will be rushod so t lat the building may be completed in time. 'The cost is estimated at ?I500 and it is understood .that the strnc-tiiije will be donated to the city after Hie Congress is DR. McCRAE DECLINES TO RUN Lomkm. Om., Sept. 9. Rev. Dr. .McCra-e, of Westtninstc'r, luiving refused to contest East Middlesex n the provincial bye-election, the Liberals are thus far without ;i candidate I. Montague may be the Conservative have several inquiries for houses to rent, both furnished and unfurnished Please cull, write or Owners-] also havejnnuiries forjaome cheap lots on easy terms. Listings Wanted JOHJV.--R.' 6th St. S. PHONES: Office 1018; Res. 4G6, Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals, Money to Loan a.a..g.i.a A Good Buy For Quick PRINCE ALBERT POSTMASTER DISSATISFIED Prince Albert, Sept. U'Hh lots, 4 mid 5, block 1, A.lcxjiirdo'r .-WlclitJon, fneing east, on IStli St. S., Trice -lil'JOO.tM) 1-3 cash. 4 and S months. Box Herald 11 Cox claiming to he thoroughly tired of thy existing conditions Jit,; loirftl postflfllee, the former applying for six months' of absence and the later rente rung to InjiVR. a. gone nil lakcnp in the staff is imminent. Hoth i eclaro they are tired of the work and stull says hr. hopes he never will 'return lo the duties. They claim the s ;UT is far too small, 'iiec-MHilating much overtime and even then (lie service Is iiiiidecumic, eaiibiiig can tin-ual grievance ainailg Sell Finest, house in'Letli-bridge. Fireplace, etc. Owner yucrificing this pro- pcrty ill, cost, Price Good terms. f HOUSES TO RENT i; MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bids'. 7tU St. Phone 544 A snake eight ieot long shot near Ouclnh hy R. Al. McKibhen, of f _ North Lethbridge Snap 2 lots, lOS-100, block 7, tith Arc. A, N., contahiing -l 1-2 story, room house; water, lignt and scwor; on sidewalk; well plastered. Trico cash, balance 6 ami 12 months, -BOX 300, HERALD cj _ ;