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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'l'id.-i.y. SepU'inlHT.20, DAILY HERALD 31 Are Buying Lethbridge Prdperty EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO GET YOUR OWN HOME House In liken-low. 7 rooms, lull coinoiiL ucllur, fully imnii-ni. for only JSOI) liallillivj ihm To Rent: Excellently furnished Bungnlow on fllh Avenua Only per Monlh MITFORD COMPANY OPPOSITE HERALD OFFICE Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Real Estate Money to Loan 'v Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Think This Over 41 1-U I'eci. by 123-loci, 'jornc-r of and 7ih North, facing cast.. Price cash, balance per North Loth-bridge Realty Co. ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 132k Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five facing north, on Seventh Avenue South, on scwcr and waler; near Fifteenth Street South; short time only Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 Must Sell at Sacrifice On account of ill lieajlli and coiiscqucni inability Lo mnniigc. n client of mine Is roinpelled to sell jit ;i Kacrifice a very valuable IracL of laud, contaming 7HS jici'es. all wcll-ffiiicp.d and under water, sorny under irrigiiLion, siUiale ubuui. 7 miles o[ LeLhbridge and 1 ]-'J miles from Wilson's Siding. 1 will jiay Ihn customary conimissiun io any real estate agent furnishes-n buyer give good terms Jind take in 'other real ostatc as part naymeni- Legal description of seciion, For Further information write to lcS-20 and part adjninins L. CLEMANS, We Are Going to Sell In len acre (racts, hundred acres choice fruit, lands ,it Creaton H. C. anrt givo some one the balance of ihe tract, iwcnly-lhree acres. Thie ideal land. Price and terms are right. Have you ever investigated Creslon? O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loans SECUIilTY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Room 12. Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phons 768. Room 207, Tctnpleton Building. Salt Lake City, _______ Raymond Phone 5. Money Io Loan To Shippers of Grain Before selling or shipping your grain consult BILLIXGS CO. Grain Commission Merchnnts. Winnipeg and Llthbridge Special anonlJon given In coiisipinnenis anrl prompl. rcluniK mailc al'icr unloading- of cars. Advances on nil' Hills of if desired. Markcl nrio.OK hy wire- or Asguilli .t Lindsay's Dominion Illock, 17H. P. O. llox 27S. Mimas-el- :U l.cililiridso. AIU. I'h'ono' I. SALBERG Avenue month. FARMERS THRESHED WHEAT TOO SOON Fire Insurance Money to Loan Office to rent, per month The .C. B. Bowman Agency Comes to Market and ha to be Classed as "Con- demmed Driving at. nifilli Hie .Maclood (niil hill in (laiiKi'njus, tlio KKIOP eni- making (Ills slimmed by iriivcllrrn. Tim Hoard of Trailo Ifi io liavo HIM ciiy n liglitins sen-Ice Io ilic irumi: brlclso :incl if Llit; fact thai pan. of liie. trail IB mil of Ihe cll.v llmlia can Ijc.over- conic, there seems to be llulu doubt that tlio tltirk higlnvay will be made light Home lime in tbu ncai1 fiilnrc. will to Winnipeg t SL-plcmber 27 to jiresent ihe cast; of the Board ol Trado for the establish; limn or a here before thu Board of Grain Comniis- nerji. A case hat; been pi-e- liarcd malting it alternative with llio inilHsinnerM whether Letlibridge becomes an order point or nol. What p.-iilicnlarly ivnnted is insijeciion close to the producer so that, lie may realize on his grain shipments as soon as possible afler lie receives Ihe ship- ping bills, if Ihe cars are plunged here and llio grades established" ul Ihls point tbc board be satisfied the rest will come in due course. One ol' the- maintain or ilic'inlllUl Hcction brouKlit mi a mailer of In liorimici! Io Hit! farmcru Jliat at till tlmo. lie Haiti llial a Inrgo anioun of aniln iniR being received at local mills hatt 1.0 be graded a condemned ivlicsil, beransi: II ha been thresliod loo soon cultln without, giving it lime to dry am liarden In tbe slook. The result tbat whom il reached ibc elevators 1 In very bad eliapv. and the farmer lost ai least iO celllB jjc'r bushel, whci Ifihoy had been carcttii io allow ih< grain 10 properly mature heron Ihreshlns, they mlRlii liave got bigh eat grades and hiehest iirlccs, lie tol of ono man south who loaded a ca ivlth sort wheiil, and ijerore it couh bo sbipiied it began io heat, and h< had to take il. ail oul or ilie car am try Io dry it out before shipping. Tin board will lake acllon to warn farm era In this matter as it is or vital i nortance that every bushel of grain going out of Southern Alberta this year shall be of liic highest grade obtainable. The board lifts nol yet rorgoueii lie trip to Craubrook and at the next meeting it is boued Ibat lull details vill be ready io announce DISTRICT NEWS NEW DAYTON Xew Dayton, Sept. and Airs. who have been with "Mr. parents for over a year; left on .Monday for their home in Pickwc, Ohio. Dr.-.McOiillnm i.s hauling lumber for hly house from the Becker it VatL's yard, and intends building ihl.4 fall. He is removing his family from Kresi- Mne. Ohio. .Mr. .1. W. Fi-eyc was a visitor Io Lethhridgp for Ihc; week-end past. The conlruci for the HPAV Kessler Sfjlioolhouse has been lot In Ai hi JohuEon.'of Warner, and the lumber is beiiiE supplied by Backer Vales, from the Xew Duyton yard. Mr. Jnd of .Milk River, 1ms taken .Air. .Meyers' place as ruana.ner of the .lones Dili elevator, nl. Ibis point. .Mr. Meyers soes lo- Warner in a tilmllnr rapacity. Mr. H. DniK-iui. proprietor of ihc local store, ;i business visilcr to Lerhljridgp oil [he. 17th. -Mr. Chus. Gniyson, rurnl line in- spector-far the Alberia Government j telephone system, is in New Daylon, going tm-r the proposed lines Of ru- ral extension, lie reports [bat j are in very satisfactory1 shape.-'ami (bill, HcUml work will coinnienr-e here, a.s soon as llio crew finish -Lheir on ihe fardaloii branch Mr, Hawaii, servk-u inspector of j lelcpliones. W.TE also in Xcw Daylon on Thursday, looking over the long- distance lines, nud reports: everything in first clttss order. -Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McDonald' an visitors al llio home of .Mr. .McDon- ald's brother. Mr. .1. G. Peal of Leili- bridgc. The .Miami Funning Co. have finisb- I t-il harvesting, and have a total of i Oi fir four thousand acres in the slooS. j The winter wheat is nearly all thresh- ed, mid yielded about twenty bushels lo ;he acre. Threshing of spring in the tiistrlcl has commenced, and some1 pxix-llcnl yields are report- ed Hie average being about twenty- five llUSliulti. The vole stood 18 for and 10 Considerable threshing has been done both Io the north anil to the 'vest of here, and tootl yields are rc- porlctl. The crops in Ihis district very sootl. All Ihat is wauled is a railroad to lake il oul. and we would have an ideal country. There was a dance in Flinvcry Plains school house nn Wednesday, Sept. Jlli, httl owin.e In Ihc uniavor- ahlp the crowd wjs not very large Another is Io lake place to- nighli and will no t'oliht be more suc- cessful. FISHES ATTRACT PASS PARTY MEN GATHER TO DISPENSE PATRONAGE FOR THE DISTRICT ape Uii-rmis. Aha.. Sept. meeting oi' the Conservative wan on Monday ev- ening, Mr. .1. Ij. Parker presiding. Husincss of an important nature was discussed, ilic time-honored topic of ihc britipe over ihc river was re- ferred lo: and il was stated with ;ui- thorliy Ihat the material for ihe same was due 10 in the nour fuin'ro. lleiicmiuoiida lions were made for in the local postal ser- vice, and in connection with party af- fairs, a resolution was passed und a committee appointed 10 recommend in the authorities suitable parties for the occupying of any local govoru- men L posi ;ions, iv hi eh ai ;my might reijiiire filling. The C. P. K. have a strain shovel find a (if men at work casi of tlio Uurmis depot, loading travel, which are usin.u, to grade ihe roiid between Cowley and Pincher Qroek. lif car nf electrical machin- ery for ihe I'aveniwrt Coal Company arrived ihlt; irom Canadian General Klcrrnr. Co., of Peterborough, Onl.. and contained motors, generator, ind other ulcciriial equipment. Mr. 11. T. Lloyd, of Prank, received the ccmiraot ihi? week for ihe erection of same Mr. Sam hile [irehrfis ai Xcw mine, at Bellovm1 lias I lakeu up a similii" position with the i llaienpni-l ('n. .Mr. P. nl Meavcr Creek. j was a Miinnis visitor this week. i j '.Mr. C. M. O'Hricn, M.P.P., H! liinnis on Wednesday, Kpuil on Sunday. HOW IT FEELS FOUR MILES HIGH I'lirlH, Lefiiignenx, the uvluior, who on Tuesday reached the tremendous height of TOTfi ynrils, more than four miles, when he broke ihe man f lying record tor ban ylvcn a graphic description of his feat and sensations, That this accomplishment was even greater than IL seems waa proven today by ihc ofilelal and corrected' valuations made from the self regis- tering instrument, lie carried on his Marne monoplane. Legagnoux has gone further from earth in bia Hying machine than any other man. He broke the altitude re- cord of Garros, who aittalned tlio great, height of G250 yiirds. So self confident was Legagnenx that before ascending yesterday he nadc a luncheon engagement and he kept it. Dut when he reached the terrific atmosphere fur above he found it ne cessory to inhale oxygen which he says Is not a. particularly good apue- Legagneux's description of his [light four miles in the. air was "I took with me CO quarts of ine. 17 quarts of lubricating oil. 400 inarlg of oxygeii.i'wo. barometers, compass aud other instruments. "When I rose from the aviation field at Issy Les'MdulIneau.t my first elliig was "sadness, for my friends coked as mournful as if they were at If I was going t0 my grave. To cheer them up. f cried, Will meet, you at luncheon at one up I went. SO horsepower Gnome moved marvclously as I arose at 11.58 a.m. lie machine ascended with such, peed tba[ I reli a real joy. "In iwo and a half minutes I was 500 yards in the air. Iu seven and half minutes I was -500 yards up, d a. little higher 1 Hew into a dead 1m. At an altitude of 3-iflO yards 1 ouud myself in a fog so thick Llmi, I on Id sec nolliing. "All went well but. f felt lonely, solaiad, even weary. To comfort lysclf I begun, to.sing. "H prow very cold. I was warmly lad Iml 1 felt the chill keenly. The loislurc turned to icicles on my face. !nly by my barometers could l-ell hat. I 'was slill ascending. At irdy I began io Inhale the oxygen as had been advised. They tell me' I sed forty quarts of oxygen. lh.irlj-.five minutes I had reach- ed yards, beating all records, but I kept on up. up, i "At I'.'lfi p.m. 1 remembered my I luncheon cngagemeiu. Ten minutes later 1 had reached the height of 7071 yards. "I descended like lightning. A7, om o'clock I was a i. my rendezvous I'oi luncheon feeling certain I could 1mvt gone higher." We're ready for every demand for fall suits. Here are the; Suits that well dressed men are wearing this Here the new fall Suits that you will be proud to wear -on 'all occasions. M3 Made ty the founder in Canada of .highest hand tailored specialize on artistic tailoring. Let us show youtheseStrits.1 McKELVIE SHEEP RAISING WILL BUILD UP COUNTS Board ot Trade Eager to Assist the Wool Growers HARVESTING OVER AT PINCHER CREEK THRESHING IS NOW IN PROGRESS IN THE DISTRICTS AROUND THAT TOWN l-'lnwery 1'hiui, Sept. r: Hit a slop 10 hiirvesiiiig opn-aliui sill the rr'uirn oi weiilhiT. lias j piiftti-il in that line. Cut- mi; is dtuic w'nli Uip CNCcpiion .if few licld.s nf very late crops. .Tin to hr in luc-k ypur Ic p.s- Tlici'p lo have NIC on all sidps us did less lip.mant'. i j5 Krsicr rcinniPd I'roni I.clh-. .Mr. A. Leo. accnnniant with ;bc I in imi'D! Im.sincss. J of ilillciTsl, was a business liiMim ;irrivrd wcjck visitor to Inwii on Thiirsday. j .Mr. A. t'orrii'. repri'suniin.c (ho CiiiKuia of 1'iM-nic1. was in town on business on Thurs- dav. Pliicher Crcoh. har- vesting of crops in tliis district practically finished, and considerable ilircslmiK Iiiis already been done. The wcaiher hus hccii very favorable for 11 Mm Oni., 'iiiil inu-iul-s sluvnii; fin a vvliilr sons V.iss Kihrl is on Iho sick !isi. arp jilail 10 roinn-i ilia; she r-. "filing licllpr. PIT linlp inlPiTSL was lalipii in I The vuir on iiiu of our and ;i very Mpall vou- _ was i he icsull. Kvrry place BARNARDO CHILDREN SAIL London. Supi. Haruunlo's i hi nl pany of youiiH .saik'd ;'ov ('iinad.i last ni.uht, coniprisinp icji bnys and making the toial 'of OKI lor llii.s jrar- POST OFFICE 9S Our Signs Are of i lie Times Lei us fio'iu'o on Sin-n for The Revlo Co. B ,ind Decorators Avenue South some lime, only i.wo or three days rain having been experienced .fcr the last, mouth, and the wlreat is of cx- fine tuiality. The fiom threshing are only obtainable in .i few cases, but arc very satisfactory, and farmers round Ilflrc Rroni very j saiieficd with 'noth the crops and yield. Tlirrshinp: is now prcll} general in Fish burn tliBirirl, and the aiaila'.ile show thai whcai. is yiclriins irom :ft to 10 Xo [TOPI lo hurl has bncii expcricnrcd, except that oatK hiive been sli damaged. Lai of iiiu othy hay hi-en barvL'slorl ibis year 'and many Ions already liecn and from BrorkfM ;'.tnl Pinchpr sii-jiona. The yit-id on ihc wholi- pond. but. I IIP absrmv nl" in Ihe early siim- ir.or r-iioi'knrl ihe svowth for a lime; ihc is, however, exceptionally BO'iri. and hifih prices are nvcrywhurc obi.'iinable. iiorially .the Herald has advocat- ed at various times the necessity of the Dominion Government taking steps to provide grazing land In the foothills to the vest, as summer pas- ture for the bands of sheep in South- ern Alberia. The Southern Alberta Wool Growprs Association has sent in K resolutions to-the-government, at different limea advocating uoine such action. It now appears thtftliey. are to Have the support of the Lelh- brldge Board of Trade, and it is hop- ed that the lopal board will he able to Interest the Associate Boards suf- ficiently in the project to gain the -.slip- port of that body in the movement. John Taylor Sponsors Resolution Tin- mutter waa introduced. Inat night ai the executive meeting of the local hoard by John Taylor who made a strong plea on behalf of the sheep growing Industry of Southern Alber- ta, i believe be said, "that this board should take action to promote the sheep and wool industry in thia part of the province. The great drawback at Ihe present time is tbat there is lack of summer pasture for those farmers who wish to ruu hands oJ three or four hundred sheep. They cannot, keep them on their own range all summer but at present they have, nowhere lo send them. "NTow IIOL one-tenth of the grazing land in the foothill country, which is yet a pan for horse and cattle graz- ing leases, is in use. I think we should endeavor to get Oie govern- ment to act apart some, at least, of ihat land for Ihc .sheepmen. farmers owning amall hands would be able lo work together, properly mark elr sheep, and run combined hands of three or four thousand in the fuui- hills during the summer at a small cost for herding and grazing privil- eges. Lethbridge a Wool and Mutton Market "The result would eventually ha hat Lcihlmrigc would become H ccn- point in the mutton and wool in- Insirics, our land -would be kept clean, and tbc rKrniers would have a source of revenue three times ;i year hich they have noi under existing conditions. 1; would benefit Leth- to be ihe ceiural market for .ml mutton. Those products i y alone hnve had ;i great, deal io ilo with the growth of Great Falls. In- deed. 1 nol he a bit surprised if in a few j ears, with our sheep and alfalfa, the revenue to. the of Southern Alberta from those BO ceft would exceed the revenue gralu growing, while our land be growing richer and cleaner.all'the'I time. I do not Lhink this bdafd'BhbuUll delay, in taking any. action which. I would lead to an immense- develop- men L of the sheep -industiy III llio south." The question had apparently-never I bean put to 'the board In. that -light before, but his suggestion unan imously endorsed, and the 'Scnthern I Alberia: Wool Gro'wera Association communicated ivilh and offer- ed vhe support-of the board in.' its I effort -to E-ecure the summer -'grazing I urivilegea It has. ep long sought, in'thfl meantime will: also ho mnde to have the South.' Alberta, f Asaocinled Boards of Trade take .the matter up and follow" a strojg mm pnign a.long same lines Valuable Property For Sale PARCEL No. 1. Subdivision 124 snd 135 Block 3, Lots 1 and 3S lo'-15 Oloult 4. I, i, 5 to 11; 25 to to .16; :in to 47 Io iS, In all 39 lots- at as follows: Cain............... J1.000 SO days 150 days (1.000 365 PARCEL No. 2 Subdivision 99, 100, 101 Block In. LoLs 6 to 37. Block H. Lots 2-1 to -II. Utock 12. Lois 3 Io 10; 10 to. 2li. Block 13, Lois t; to 10, 13 to 21, and 30 to 33. Ill nil 8-1 lots at payable aB follows: 90 days............. 365 days............ T. H. Johnson Block Pli Lethbridge CLOSES MATCHING CENTS f'lliwiRO, Spilt. of 112li Soillh MiclliKai! ilvoiiup reprrted io t.lio jinlict! ypslorday Dial ho had licrn swlntllutl oul of by RlraiiKfirs while matching [ion- nies with thiMn in flrjnif park. WII.KAT The Slian ihicsliiuj; macbine is laM up wlMi a broken cylinder pulley this week. .Mrs. Diirainl and her daughter, l-'lnr- cncc. nre "batch." while Ihc men folk? are busy vltli throsbing. The rocenl rains linve made fall plowing Fine, and farmers arc busy InrniiiK 11. 01 or. Miss niancb Ilooih is working for MTS. Hart. or Itoscmend. Mike Olson Is busy bulldhiK grnn- nry i-oom for his Inrpe crop. Ho ex- lioetg the machine on his ranch In n tew days. Miss Annli' Johnson ;i vlsiior al hnmid'H on Hiindav, j We Have Received a biindi of jjood rcsidcnlial lols ;if rilicc pi-ices and slutll he pli'iisod to quote you on any of Ilicin. If yon buy ilirou.qh IIH, vou buy riKhl. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock ;