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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta r (iVi-i'-ii iiVy''- 'Tfii'tfr-'ali-lfiiiiil Listen! Can yon hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that I can reimir your watch tlic way it sliould be repaired. My work is guaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CUT GKLASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Winter Wheat of Alberta You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace - OR- Hot Water System . We are prepared to give you right prices and the bt-st of material. We make a specialty of this work and yon are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. : HicK Wl WaKely The Learling Tinners, Plunders, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. The Morning Bath is recognizod generally aS' u great harbinger of hi-alth, anil when it can be taken amid sanitary surroundings it becomes a luxurious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold plunge on arising will soon vanish if you havens fit up your bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths and theiracjcompanyingappliances C. W. GRAY 'J'lio enrl'itjKt wiii'loi- �liwit ii> Al -liortn, was grown hy Clias. Ketllo.s uL Fiiicher Civvic in the your 1891. Mr. KfLtk's liiougliL a amall t|Uuii -�ti'ty oi 'I'hi.s whotvl up with him i/'oix\ tlic Eu.st, ami |)lantd l>y f'arinors from I'tah. Some 4)1' those men Ijrought winter wheat north with them. The "Oiksssa" fM^.-ms to lia\e iKX-n the favorite var-is'ly. The ! soft \-'uricli(|uentl\ winter wheal growing l;ingiii.sheil. :in the suiiiiner of 18i>l the first car-loade.s.sn" to Fori William "for inspection. In his letter he asked for the opinion of the inspector- (is to the iH'.st \arieTy of win-tth tlay of Ser�tcnt-1 her, lilOI. and was sown �Uiring the I rH-maiiidcr of that niiontli. Mr. 'l"'hoiik .son Was a liHwl agent as well as a farmer, and he'd the hunt agent's ab-\ ili(.\' to make things known. So tlic . fan ual tc�t� by Calgtii'y mitk'i'.s nhoW ft to be quite the offiinl of Hsd Fyfefor Viiead-innking, both In ?|uulily and strength. Just what ihc Introduction of "Alberta KctI" into .VIberlu h�.s donofor tho province cannot be accurately estimated. To anyone who travelled over tfie country from Calvary to Maclcotl IjcfoiX! its Introduotion and who again mmkcs the jouiwy in tiu-. year 1907, tha change is quite Rvi-iient, and is indeed imirvellous. The towns of Okotoks and High River were barely 'n oxiKtence and the other places on the line vvoi'o only stations or watering tanks. Nowi we see pros|icroiis towns every few nilli?* and elf\utor8 at every station, and at some .s'everal of thern and ail unable to handle the crops. The in -troduction of hard winter whon/t ha.s not done it all. But it certainly must be given a great share of the credit, and probably a greater share than any other single factor. The growing of soft wheat has also taken a lH>�)m in recent yearH. The gi-eater [lart of the scttlemont �-roumi Didsbury is cotiiposod of farmers from Waterloo County, Ont., who haed in large quantities on the l^cifie Coast and in other countries not fwlaptod to hard wjieat. HlHivl wi'ii'ter wheat of the ciuaMit.y of �.Mlx-rta fled" can only lie produced in a few favorite countries. It is, thorol'oiv, an artic^le that will ahvnys )k! in demand at top price; w^ivus the poorer grades are more subject lo o\'er-product.ion' and glutted market. It is a wheat, that is worth more than 'Its actual milling value, as on account of its great sti-ength it is used to grade up .weaker flours. There is a grwit ncad for sudi wheat in the Oriental mnrkot, as the wheat produced on the Pacific Coast and in Manchuria is so starchy as to |je almost useless for broad making. Then too the Oriental dcniaiul which is now tor low grade flour, w-ll liecome nioiw exacting as the yrn .MK'pta. In the fol -i loujng- ,\c!ir ilic C.J'.U, seeing that 1 tlx' �"I'urkt'N- i; ''rinkcy Kccoim! the largest wheat jiroihuing .state in the union, largely through this \aricty. Nobras lia has l.erta tho hijilk'St pt-rfcctinn of (|uality yet at-taineil has ln-cn rcailu-d. 'The winter wheat. Iiroiiglvt from Nel>raski\ by Mr. Thoniipson in liH>1 \w4ghcd' .'�ti poiimls lo tlie biis'lvel, the crop pro-diRnl fi-diii it weighed 64, and dur-in;.? the past winl.�'r tihe wril^'r has we-iuliefl sainpli's Hint went �s high as ()7 uijiiiwls to tin-' bushel. Tho wliont lirougilvt in had a lean-looking iK-ny of only nKuL-nvte siizc. Such has \Hycn the dovolopmeivt in si/e and liliinipiif.ss tirat jsuni.ples taken back terhaps partly* due to licttcr methods of Farming learned from lessons of the proced -ing years. Wut in an.\- case it is extremely oncoura.g^ing to PithI after a winter of unprecedented scvoritythat prost)ects are of the brightest. W. C, McKILLICAN. Representative in Alljerta of the Seed Division of the Dominion r�er)artmie�t of Agriculture in the Farmers' Advocate. Wedded to the Wctt. Mr. W. A. IJiie.hanan, who loft St. Thonnas two years ago f-or tlKre "dreamsiof prosperity are reaiized over night," he has ixicome thorougiily seized with the buoyant optimistic s|>irit of the country, and talks most interestingly and informingly of the conditions and prospects there. Like many others posses.sod of the ixx|ui.site spirit and go, he has won a \erv Ijilicral (with a capital "L") m�i�ure. of success, and nothing short of the premiership of the province and the presentation of a block of St. Thomns Car Company stock would likely win him back east. "Of course," suys ho "one n*U9t put up with tl�e slight disadvantages incident to a mpidly growing country, while working his claims, but,they �ro quite tolerable.' He is well plen.**! with liis ixisi -tion of Provincial LibftiriuB for .Alberta, ami still retains his interest in the L�thbridge Herald. An in -sjKCtion trip of tho various I'rovin -tiul libraries of the Dominiivn has enabled him to conbino pleasure nnd bu�in>. oust. and tho opportunity to renew old friendships omde during his sta.v in St. Thonnas is counted antong the greatest pleasures of the tri|i. * He will remiain in the city until Friday, going to Ottawa, from here. On the return trip to the west he will visit several State libraries ion the .American side.-St. Thonras .loiir nal. Founders, Machinists, General Blacksi^itbs^ Automobile Repairers, Boiler Makers & Jobbers LETHBUIDGE IROK WORKS CO., LIMITED LONO DISTANCE PHONE 126 Scrap Bjrass and Iron Wanted. I New Effects in f Cut Glass Our recent importations in- felude an assortment of English Rock Crystal, quite liiffereiit from that here-to-fore shown. The Crystal imrlf in hcarler and the cuttln,(a fle'epcr than (bat of 4ther year*-(be effect la even more pleaaloK It differs troin "Blrka' Cm Oiaas" In thai ii �ependa niore ULon Ita srtlatlc tracery of dc-aiXn, tor tta beauty rather than brilliancy. Rose Bowls, Flower Cen- { I tres, Decanters and Jugs are > most prominent in the assort-^ ment, sonje of which come 9 ) mounted in sterling silver, ^ others plain. J. Armstrong: JEWELER ENGRAVES OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS Indigestion stomach troiililc is but a sjrinptnm of. and net in itmlf b triio Uisvasi;. Wu tliiiik of Dripeptia. Heartburn, uiiil liidiitMstiuii its real (1ii�!)twii, vet thuy are iiyiiiptoinii only of a certain ipeclfie Mttrve sIckiiL'Ai-iiotlilnir olau. It waa tills fact that llr^t correctly led Or. Shoop In the Breation of that now very popular Htomarh KeiiiL'dy-Dr. Shooi>'� Restorative. Going direct to tho stomach nerves, alone bmitslit that micceai and fuvor to Dr. irhoopaiid liU Itusturative. Without that orlRliml and hlvlily vital principle, no (uch lustlns accompi Isbmuiibj were ever to be had. For stomach distress, bfbatlng, blliousiieiM, bad broath and sallow conipluxloii. try Dr. Shoop'a Restorative-Tablets or Llqiild-and see for jroiir-elf what it cull and will Uu. We lell and chear* fully recommend Dr. Shoop's Restorative I will "mail you fitjc, to prove merit, samples of m.y Ur. Shoop's Hestoralive, ami tiiy Uixik on eitlier I))'s(k>psia, The H�irt or The K.id -noys. Troubles ot tli� stoniiach' thu Ifoart or th� Kidneys, are mci-ely symptoms of a by daeper ailment. Don't lUitkc the coin-  nyiiipnns. This occiirroU in tho win- i ion error of trenting sym|>toiTis on-t�r of 1903-06. Thoro was practic - I.'. Symptom Irenlniont i.s traaiting ally no rniti from Augii.st until May I lo result of your ailroon't, untl not L H. FOWLER & CO. General BlacksmithlnH ami HorHeshoeing. New liu);gics to onior, carrla|{e painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag- ns, windmills, fanning mills, cr�am ficparators, grain picklora. blask- mith coaJ. L-CTHBRIDCB. ALBEKTA. CAB LIVERY when yon neorl a CAB To go to the s'.ntion or bring friends to your home. F. T. KANE Successor to C A. Johnston. Under Electric Light Offio*. PHONE 179 t lives' m Synopsis, Coal Miiing lc|ilitifif IS 'OA Hi r ntKl ns a eonsequonce the more carelessly sown grain wn.s kilkxi. Tlrat Ik he cause, inskic Weak Slonmch ni-rvcs- nerx'os-im-aii hjtoniach one j-cur was n blessing in disguise. Weakness, alvays. .Vnd the llaart, 'I'ho idea haid liocomo piwalontthot and Kidneys ns weJI.hnvo ilioir con- It's the Women of the West that we want to impress with the iilea, tliat to insist npon 4^ in any kind of soil, in any way, at any depth, at any time, with roason- hcse nerves, anil you ino%'i'tul)l.\' iia\y ail good grocem. Tf .your grocer will not serva you, write the fac-tory for a trial package. should lio oarl5' and deep, an^l the laml well workiKi up. The sK�d its'ilf should put in moderately ilcep; the fields that lived through dry win'lor were almo.st invariabl.y soivn three inches dui.>p. The time of sowing also makes a great dilTcivnue. '1*0 Ixjst fui'inors are now in favor of sowing Iwtwcen the last of .July and tho mi'ikllo of Soptemihcr. L^at^r than that nm.v succeed but one is taking long chances. The amount of A'wtoi-ativo. Write nic to-sti>fn farnuM's ore getting ready to harvest the wheat that* spettiiln -tors sold last spring. Ill N ART)'S COU)S, Ac. I.TMMI3IIT CUrtES kkpt. ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. !ta4. CAUJARV A ALTA AA CoitI mining rights of tlie Doniin-' ion. in Manitoba. Sasluituheilran, .\lberta. the Yukon Territoiy, thfe North-West Territoriei ami British Columbia, may be leased (or a term ^ of twenty-one years at an unntul : rental of fl an acre. Mot more than 2,iif>(^ acres will be leased to', one applicant. Application for a leaie ntnt be inalied for shall be staked cat. Each application nrast be ac-cuniiianied by a fee of $5, which will lie refunded if the rlghts.ap^ plied for are not available bot not. otherwise. A royalty shall beinid on the merchantable output of tho ; mine at the rate of five cents jier >: ton. Every lessee of coal minioR rights-whioh are not being operate*! shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworu^ statement; to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the ooa)' miniDg rigKts only, but the lessee may be iiennitted to purehssMii wliatever avajpalile surface rights ( may be considered necessa^ for ; the working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. ( For full information application should Im) made to the Iskwretary of v , p the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub. ', y Agent of Domiuiou Lands. . i > , .'4 w. w. CORY, ' r; Deputy Minister of the In>3i^orif ,' I,-;, N.B.^rnattthoriseed publioation .J, .1 of this iidvcrtisomont will qot be ,''^>,^<. paid for.; \, ' ' 'V .,'X-,UfFv^|9.T ;