Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
in-day, September 28, THE u-if HBRTDGE' DAILY HERALD Page 15 SCHEDULE "A" SALE .1 ANT to tile Order of- Ills Itoluml Wliit'or, local Judge-of liipremo Court o( Alberta tor tho "Inl DlBlrldt of l.othbriilBC. made itb day of Seutum'ber, A.U. 1912, action wlierdii Frank 13. Is Plaintiff, and Tho Southern Mil Realty Co.. IM., Is Defendant Itollottins Innrta 111 tlie Province Qbcitu, siiuuoly: The South Half lection .13. TowllBlllli .12, Kllllgo Vest of the fourth Meridian, will laid In public auction on Saturday th clay of October, 11112, at clock P. M., at the oiliee of inlo Realty Company, 30tl-5th It South, Uthbrlclgo. lo he subject to a reserve hid dud by tbe Court. Inns uitd cnnditioiiK will be made ivu at Urn time of t or ca-n be ertainoil from tlio undersigned Trhore :iro believed to be no im- upon Urn .said lands. 1) tbe 13th day of September, 'Jtonvbonro. Churcb JlcArthur, S Solicitous for the.Plaintiff, lulcoini Young, Auctioneer. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE lo the Order of Honoi Kolund Winter, judge of-' the Siipieme-Court of Alberta for tbe Judiciil District of Lethbridge, made the It h day of September, A.D. 1912, in i Lutaiu action wherein Frank E. Masnn Plaintiff, and The Southern Alberta Realty Co., Ltd., Is Defendant the following lamia in the Province of Albeitn, namely: the South Half ifld tlie North East Quarter of Sec- tjipn 11. Township .12, Itiingc IS. West the Fourth Meridian and the North Half of Section 12, Township 12, Range it west the Fourth Merid- ian, be sold by public auction on the 12th day of October, 191J, at two o'clock p.m., at the of- of McCorvie Realty Company, JOS 6th Street South, Lethbridgc. to be subject to a reserved bid to be by the Court. uid conditions will be made known a the time of sale or can bo aaGeftalnod from the undersigned THfrc ire believed to be no im- irovtmeiiU upon the .said lands. I D the llith day of September, Coin beare. Church McArthur, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. UalCOlm You Auctioneer. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE'SALE PURSUANT to tho. Order of Ilia Honor KoUuid WIntor. 'loczU judge of tho Kuiireine Court of Alberln for tho Judicial District of Lothbridgc, made the day of SoiHehiber, A.IJ. 1U12, in a certain action wherein Krank B. Mneon id Plalntllt, and The Southern Alberla Realty Limited, Dcero IMow Company; Limited, arc Delendiutla, thu following.lands In tho Province of Alberta, namely: that portion of tlm North West Quarter of Section iO, In Township' 11, in Haiigb 10, West of tho Fourth Meridian north of the Belly River asrUio pamo is shown on of saul'Tpwnship'sigiiert by R. Dovlllo and dated 6th August. 1885, containing 32 acres more or less. SECONDLY: All that portion of the North West quarter of Section 11, In Township II, in Range West of tho Fourth Meridian, lying north of the Dolly River and containing 4.5 acres more or less. THIRDLY: That portion of Sec- tion 1-1, in Township 11, In Range 15, West of the fourth .Meridian, lying west of the Belly River'and contain- ing 245 acres i more or less. FOURTHLY: That portion of- Sec- tion In in Township It, In Range 15 west of the Fourth Meridian, lying north of the Belly River and contain- ing 57S acres more or less. FIFTHLY; That Portion of Sec- tion n, in Township 11; In Rnuge 15, of the Fourth Meridian, lying north and west of the Belly River and containing 495 acres more or less, will bo Bold by public auction on Sat- urday the 12th day of October, 1912, at two o'clock P. M. at the ofllce of McCorvle Realty Company, 809-oth Street South, Lethbridge. Sale to be subject to a reserved bid to be fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions; will be made the time or'stile or can be .lEcertaiued from the undersigned Solicitors. There are believed provementy upon Reflected Wealth of Taber District (Continued from front to bo no tld lauds. Allister. ISheaf Swansen, 1. Sheaf of Winchester. 1. T, P. Hull had a collection of some forty-five varieties in mtmgel-wurzels, squashes, pumpkins, citrons, rulta-beg- gas, etc, Thes-s were grown on non- irrigated land, and took special prize; Prizes wera awarded to H. Byer's, pink potatoes; J. Haws, white potatoes; S. Sanderson, swede turnips; N. Conrad, P. Larssn, carrots; L. Lynd, carrots; T. Hull, turnip beets; Mrs. A. Wood, long beets; Dr. Ham mam, tomatoes; W. Griffin, citrons, and A. Hull, sweet corn. Ladles' 'Work Mere were exhibits showing much labcr and skill in the shape of patch- By section 2M of the Dominion elec- work quilts, Hardanger and Batteu- j tion act, as amended by 7-8 E. VII. I with knitted and drawn work. DATED tho 13th day of September, A. IX 1912. Couybeare. Church McArthur, for tho Plaintiff. Malcolm Young, Auctioneer. Calgary Liberal ?ary liberal (Continued Irom front page) Swine Nothing of much clasn waB shown hero, anil J, H, Hiric took the firsts, Robebock being also a 'winner. Poultry Tho exhibits wero of superior grade, and (premier houorn" wore ob- tained by ft. Soa'ril (Barred Plymouth S. Jones (Hi-own Leghorns, Lungshams, and Light .M. Conrnd (GoMeii J. [j. lllrio W. T. Carey (White K. Ihlert (Blade All- .Mrs. Dillonbeek (Whlto Ply- mouth P. Hensen (White Ply- mouth Dr. Hummam (Black A. Browning; (White Leg- A, Booth (Mrown P. Hensen (Brown W. 8wansoii (Brown Geese: .f. B. Ulrie. Turkeys: J. B. Rlric. Grains and Gratses There were some splendid speci- mens of grains of all kinds, and the competition was very keen. A. P. Ilemple carried off first prize with a fine sample of Marquis wheat, subse- quently sold at five dollars a bushel for seeding purposes. He also took honors in hard spring wheat and bar- ley. Collection of sheaf Bros.. 1. Six-rowed Winchester, 1. Sheaf MoHuUin, 1. Tn-o-row-ed Conrad, 1. Sheaf of Mc- SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE PURSIANT to the Order of His HOIIOI Roland Winter, local judges of Supreme of. Alberta 'for tbe Judicial I istrict of made th obtain tbeit consent to lor at'ieast a por- tion of the flay, us otherwise several members of the Halttry and Imperial Vntcrans will ntcvcntcd from at- tending the flub also ex- prcss'.-d their williiigin'SK lo assist the Boy Scout movement to the utmost of their ability. Mr. A. Htackburnc was elected s. representative ot the Overseas club on the Hoard ot Trade romriiitixjc to su- pcrvlse tlie placing oi the diilerout alonj the lir.c of the royal on Oct. 9th: Fine For Two "Did you over tell that young man' 1 that late hours wore bad for asked the father at the breakfast ta-j Man., will shortly have a hie. fine ireamrry plant, "Woll. replied tho Tho LOW C.S'.K. yards at Dauphin' daughter, "late hours may bo bad for j has a trackage room for live hur.iireti on but they're all right for two." tats.