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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday.' THE DAILY IIKlULT) Many Investors Are Buying Lethbridge Property If you can invest Here is a Snap SI. monia, nil jiupcrccl. water, scwcr ITIco j tush. balance; pur month. 12 lots, Illncli 14, North Wiuil, ncnr new ucllool, JiMlHH-terms HOUSES TO Ave, S., 7 rooms, fully modern, 'per inoiith. PHONE 1235 A'sk for Brokerage Department M1TFORD COMPANY OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Real Estate Money to Loan Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Special for this week '2 lots each 20 [ect wide, close to new school. Price ?375 for Ilio pair. Olie-liait cash, balance in three months. North. Letkbridge Realty Co. Fire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per Inonth The C. B. Bowman Agency nCADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1339. Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lots facing north, on Seventh Avenue South, on SCWCM- ana water; Street South; short time only Freeman MacLeod Dominion Block riionc 1212 Must Sell at Sacrifice On account, of 111 health and consequent inability to manage, n client ol' mine is compelled to sell at. a sacrifice a very valuable tract of land, containing acres, all well-fenced and under cul- water, uomc under irrigation, situate about 7 miles southeast of Lethbridge. nnd 1 1-1! miles from AViison's Siding. I will pay the customary commission Lo any real estate agent, who furnishes a buyer. Will give good terms and talvc iii .real estate ns mirt payment. doscription of 17-S-20 and part adjoining section. For Further information write to Cedarvillc, 0hi0iU.s.A; A GOOD SNAP Luis in Block F. I'ncino' soulh, on car line, on filli .Price S12oO.Ci.icli.1 1-3 ciisli, balance (i arid months.. L. S. RIPLEY CO. We Are Going fo In ten nrro tracts, hundred acres choice rruit Iniujy at Croston C. ami some one Hio balance of the tract, twenty-three, acres. This is ideal fa ml. Price and tcrins arc right. Have you ever investigated Crestoii? r O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loans Worth Investigating Mall', acre (will! ninkc (i lots) loeateil one hlock sonlh ol' (.lalbriiith Hcliool. lU'ice i'100 cash, balance to suil. The Cascaden Land Co. OFFICE 10 MA'CDONALC'BLOCK IRELAND WANTS TON OF OUR FLAX STRAW Board of Trade Discusses Use of This Commodity Buffet Telegraph 'After the Weeds Every once In a while ihe Board of Mesai-H.'MeKoovvii, Taylor and Tur- 'I'iide has a fanners' evening, and last ney. wore named a committee io hiUu in order to dedicate ihe new Imilding perhaps, the Hrsi nx't-tinti ever hekl in it was taken up mostly with (mentions of more than passing interest to the farmers. Southern Albert a is growing thous- ands of acTCK of llax this year. The flax soed will be very carefully Inn, UiouKandH of tons of straw will be burned. This looks like poor econ- omy, and the Board of Trade has hcou ing for some time the pro- position of jietting a mill established hero for UK- nurpOKe of using (his waste to manufacture twine, or any cloth of a.rough nature which might be made without too great an orig- inal outlay. So far their cmiuirie.s in this direction'have no! met with any great success, but tlmre is a hope that something will come of it. They Want It in Ireland The matter was brought up last night by John llonuj, who read an I extract from a leuer asking him if; Ilio question up with the telegraph company. Tint same commit tee will also iifiaiii-tttke up with (he western Union Telegraph Co. matter of running their line into Uuhbridge, using I lie government telephone wlrea from Coiitis, These wires will soon he strung to Coutts where the Wnst- ern Union lines end. An effort will also he niade to get. hetier telephone! service with Diamond City. After the Weeds O. T. Latlii'op called the attention of the board to Uio. fact that there are a lot, of -Canadian thistles grow- i ing along the roadside in some places i east, of the city. ne thought that i something should bo done1 to get the j prop-er authorities to see that theae'j are cut within the next few days be- i fore they go 'to -seed. The matter will therefore -bo taken no with lirown; weed, inspector, and Inspector AinswbrUi of. "trie- Vdatls" depariment, with a view to getting iho-: noxious weeds cut .-by using, prison labor. Save the Trees -Mr, halhrop alfio called attention Io the blight which see nig: to he-in- juring the trees in the city, and sng- i gcsted that some expert advice be i he could arrange for'the shipment or n ton of llax _ straw to Ireland this fall. The 'wriier stated Ihat he .had heen Informed that thousamls of tens j of flux straw were hurtled every year in Southern Alberta, nnd he would like to -experiment with a ton of the waste just as it comes from the mill. The hoard will likely arrange -to have a ton of the suit'f baled and sent over to Ireland and hojie that, the experi- ment will prove a' success, Secretary Mainvaring also .read a letter which he had received from I is :l viiul one to the chy and every Oliver Holmes, of tlie Great Falls citi2en- trees. it was Chamber of Commerce, telling of out; makes-this city jusl gained on -the damage likely to -result i and the remedy if any. The secretary was instructed to write Parks Super- j intendent Mitchell and Superintend- cut of the Experimental farm j for expressions 6n tlic matter which. effort which is 'being made there to establish just such a plant as Lelli- wants. Mr. Holmes stated that lie thought the venture there woiiiVI be a success as I bey were experiment- with a new process which looks jod to the jtroinoters, Didn't Work in North Dakota Messrs. Laihroj) and Taylor did not hold out much hope for tli-e flax" waste industry unless some new method ol using the material as.it comes from liie thresher is found. A few years ago several plants were established in North Dakota tor the pifrpose of ising tlie waste Ila.x straw for maun- iicluring purposes. Today net one of tfiesc plants is in existence for Ihe reason that they found that they could not successfully use the straw iifler it has been all broken up in yo- ing ilirougli the threshing machine. Uiiiess some new proceaa 1ms been found ih-oy thought that an indusiry ilong 'those linos would come lo grief. However, the matter is going to he followed up in a very thorough man- ner, and if possible some export will IN? to give his opinion on the probabilities. little different from -olher western cities, and for that reason it is singled A Tip to Barley Farmers Secretary stated thiif, he hail been asked to have as many far- mers as possible, send samples of j their harloy, to the Rice Malting Co.! of Winnipeg, and prices sent! .out. .iiie ijarlcy is tested, j .Tdlin Taylor said liny barley which -did not get ruin 'while in the j stook graded the highest (jtiaiiiy, but j large portion of it will be discolored I from standing in the stook. He point- ed oui: ,t.hat. the farmers, should in .connection1', with j their Jiurley crop and hav'e-stacked, i'l 1 us soon jifier cutting, this j would have discoloration, i and left the bartoy its natural color! ali'on. Oilier which is what is wanted particularly i in the malting variety. On Vancouver Island All Roads Now lead; to Courtenay The Fastest Growing Town in the Dominion Today ARE YOU LOOKING FOR WORK? IF A TO'COURTENAV. Two iilillion dollars arc being spent this year oil the coal mines IX IJIPnOVElIENJl'S ALONE. Four shafts arc stearTily producing, Immediately n new shaft .Is on tlie slitnnins list, another is started. In three .years Courionay will be mnde lo get ill-.1 pa ny to instal fho Hue. WALT6RS IS PRESIDENT AGAIN WITHOUT BOR AND GRAND TRUNK of Toronto, declining tlm nomin- 'ei's elected were Mnncroft, Tor- onto. M. Draper. Kxrcntive L'ommitLcc, N'xiva Scotia Hrouks, Halifax win, Truro V. Fisher, Inverness. N'ew Campbell, SI. Johns; I1. Aver, Moucton L. -JI. Krller, Moiiclon. Hertrami, .IcLlr, H. Mrunettc, Mnnlreal. H. Parker, Guclph lor Alarms, London Moore, N'i- I. (i win. Portage I.a I'rairir H. Taylor, HramUni Winnipeg. Chicken, WHO ROBBED C.P.R. STATION? BURGLAR GOT AWAY WITH AT SEVEN PERSONS STATION Saskatcliowa toon ,1. Ct. II. .Martin. Ue.di Kratrrnal delegate .Medicine Hat, Sept. Harper, of the local Mounted Police, investigating a case of burglary reported hy the C. P. R. station agent at Seven Persons, On the night of the the station I was broken in to'between ihe hours of IS aiKl 19 o'clock, while ilio asoirt l-j was away. H-e relumed .to the sta- lion about ui o'clock, and imnieiiiiitc- a- ly discovering the burglary reported it. to the police. At first he sidled' that S.WO h.id H'dfratioii been taken, but sime then lu- has ilts .Ia ge Snap Mode 7. 4 room iioutic; Avc: A. X., light :iml (i cash, BOX 300, HERALD oil a Hrut'c, Toronto. l-'ratcni.il deli'iraic' to the Trade rtijini M Drappr, Otuuva. X'icc-Prcs., Xnva -I. IMM, of Halifax. Shuirruc- Gihhons, Tontntn. riuce Mdwanl to the, Prince Kdwanl Island A. Saskatchewan Mn'osr; la.w. i Alhcria ami Urilish Columbia each j Mr. fniod I livers, in krcp pnlihc opinion