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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can you hear yovtr watch tick? Doob it need repairing? Remember that T can repair your watch I ho way it sliould be repaired. My work is guaranteed. Wo luivo just opened a shipment of Ct'T GLASS. Every piece is a dandy, bosidca you will never, never, never have the chance to buy thoin at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You will bo building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace - OK- I Hot Water System . We are prepared to give you right prices mid the best of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK CSL Wahely The Leading Tinners, numbers, Steam and ITot Water Fitters. The Mcrniu$ Bath is recognized generally as n great harbinger of health, and when it can lie 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 have us lit up your bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths ami theiraccoiiipanyiugappliances C. W. GRAY I'hone lid Hardware Winter Wheat of Alberta The earliest winter wheat in At -li-ertn, was grown !iy t'hns. Kettles at t'lmher l.'iv�i>k in the year 1801. Mr. KoUlos brought u small incentive to inrronse product ion. The crops produee.l were .mitisfiic -tury, Inn tlii'ii' was no demand. So fur the winter wheat (frown was nil of the soil varieties, nnil tin* demand which has since spruity; up for thut grade did not Ihencxisl. There vveiv no biscuit factories'; t beiv was no i'ltiiiiei'l'ioii with the Oriental market. Coiis'ipieivt l\ winter wheat growing lllllgliished. In the siiniiner of IH'.U the first lar-loml ui hard wheat arrived in Allx-rtn. Waller II llrown and K/.ra Tlioiiipson. of winter wheat to (fiiiiv fur uiilling purposes With th-.' iN'pniM of On* inspect ii hi i nine lack tho advice to try ill.- "Tui'k.'v It.-d" As the in -s|n'ctioii r.'port mi his "Odessa" was m>t \�'i'\ sal isfaiM r\ . Mr llrown -slit.v to make things known So tlie lam.' of that win.mi w.-ni far and wide, ami tin- whole of th.. produce "f that tirsi nir Inail was sold as '.I All' li-W i 11.' Ill I I'll 'kv .Il * DRAYING. t Y X If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped carUige business in tho city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all {parts of the city on short notice. > l Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-First dooi south of Ojicrn House While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. McKenzie&Roy ELECTRICIANS Men's shoes soled ami heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. WANTED. A situation as bookkeeper or other position of trust by an exponeiieiMi highest references in�n possessing AiklrosK. F. .1. D. Uo.n iiVA. City. 18-25-1-8. FOR SALE l'.iii'J. mi.I was iliM rilaitodaII \1 ertn. In 1 hv. f,,| . >' the CI' l{. seeing that I'ed" wus a surresM, hit'ire amount for n.^hI M ii in evei\ pari of Southern Alt'.iia Siin-e then it has ex'tonikil all over the pruMiii'e as far lioi'thus I �".ilinoi'i on It lias li'inin,. saih u eh ir.iiterista- (|,,p of 'the proVinue of VPn'i'ln. and has ilil|n',v\,>,| sillee l.eiinr inl lo.luiod into AUhmMu. thut We ari> il." The ' Turkey I ted." "Kansas lied" or "Allerta" \ariet\' of wheat has ae.omplisheil great things for the (Vnti-nl Western States before Ih.iiik int iixluirel\- throuch this \ariet.v , ka has I e.-ii eipialh U'nefit�>d. , Whil/' siillii-U'lit tia'e has not elnp-jsed lo liriiiK equal U'lielils in Al-U'l'ln time is all that is luiessarv loliriny ill in aliout. Anil furthermore, it. is alread> true that in Allt'i'ta th.' hi^lu'si peifeetiiii of ipiali't.v yet at ; tallied has !4Nii reached Tile winter [wheal bi'oiiK'ht Ironi Nelirasku by ' Mi Thompson in I'Jill weighed' .Ml pounds to the bushel. Ihe crop pro-j ihicul from it weighed (\\, nn�'l"-o in the a hard wheat Krown ol such sixe and plumpness. Nor has the milliim depreciated. Act- llal lUJllti by Citlivttty Illlllel'M shew lt> to foe quite the o y�ir 1007, tha rlmngc is ipilto nvi-ilent, nnd Is iiwleod iniirvellous. Tho towns of Okuloks imd High ttiwr wore I hi rely In oxiMlencu nnd the other places on the line were only stations or wittering tanks. Nowi we sea pi-iiHiwrotis towns every few inlliis and cW.'vntoiM at every station, nnd at so tin? several of thoin mid all uo-ubln to handle Ihn crops. The in � trodiiction of HiiinI winter wheut. has not done it nil. Hut U wrtatnly must U'giM'ii a gnont share of tho credit, nnd probably a gtvater share than ony other single factor. The growing of soft wheat 'has also taken n boom In recent yearn. The greater part of the settlement �-round Didshttry is cinnpowxl of far-! mors from Waterloo (,'ounty, Out., who hnd grown winter wheat the -c, Winn they heard of the success of wlntor wheat in the South they hroug'ht up some of their old favorite variety, "Dnwnon'n Golden Chaff' from Ontorio. I^nrgc quantities of this nnd similar vurieties are grown in the district nrotind Didshury. It ilix-s not bring such good prices as the hninl wltwit, ( yield. Tlie doinnml also has improved, owing to the eslnb -lishniviit of a large bimniil factory In Calgnry anil Improved conditions w,-stwuiil where the Oriental demand is for a low grade flour. Tho "Alliertn Itod" Is however, the wheat for Alliertn -anti will continue to hold the llrst place. The soft wheats cni� Ik- grown any place nnd iiiv produced in large qunnllties on the IHiriflc t'onst and In other countries not adapted lo hnrd wiheut. lined wiii'Uivtts the poorer grades urc more subject to ovx-r-prodiictlon and glutted market. Il is a whont that is worth more than 'Ks actual loilling value, ns on account of its great strength it Is used to grade up .weaker flours, had 'l'l'0,in 'I* 11 Rrcnl netrt for such lln>i w*"'nt 'n 'U*-' Oriental mnrkot, ns the wheat producod on the Pacific Const ami in Manchuria is so starchy as to U' almost useless for bread making. Then loo the Orienlnl demand which is now for low grade flour, w 11 become more exacting os the y> ars k� by. The Orientals are only now h�>iiig c^hnsjitiHl to like flour; they will gradually demand a Itetter priMluct. A pnople can fie edtiC4ited ironi a Io�xt to � higher product, but never the reverse. It may he of interest to recount some of the aiha n't ages of winter wheat to n wheat growing country. In the first place the average yield of winter v heat is greater than spring. This is probably due to Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. �**�*�Succl th,e proixsj  I ing years. Hut in any cns� it is ex-I livmiely eneoumirlii-g to llivd after n !winter nf unprecwK'nted sevoritylhui pros|s-ets ntv of the brightest. W. v. MeKIM.rc.W. Hepresentntive in Allierla of the Seod Uivision of the ttominioii IVimriiiM'iH of Agriculture in the l'"nriners' Advocate. Wedded to the West. Mr. \V. A. niichiinnn, who left St. Thoiikis two Avars ago for llv.- wiy-it, was n welconik' .limi'itil enller tixlay Diiriivg his coiiiparati\ely brief stav in the land wb"ri' "dreams' oi' pros-porily are ieali/eil over night." he has U'l'tiint' thoriMi^bly sei/itl with the hiioyont optintistie spirit of the th� i country, nod Uilks inost iutei>>st iug- longi-r iK'riiKl in which it has to grow, awl partly iierhnps to letter pii'lHiration of the soil previous to sowing. Innny ense the average in Allerta has Isvn considerably gi\�ot-er for tho autumn sown crop. There is less danger of w intcrwlwut bring damugi^l Iiy frost. It matures much earlier and in a country thut ap -proaohos the northern limit of coroal production that Is of great impor  tnnce. The growing of both winter und spring wheal distribute* the-fnrm work letter over the season. CJrwiter nivas of hind can lie cultivated with the same amount of horse |>ower. wliero both are grown. Half the sow Nehrus 1 '"ST is done in the fitII; this leaves j only half of the spring rush so dreaded by the farnv-r. Iliirvestttiine is extended ami there is a better chance of harvesting all the crop .it just the proper'time. On account -of the decreased amount of work in tlie spring, all the spring crop can lie. Founders, Machinists, General Blacksmiths, Automobile Repairers, Boiler Makers & Jobbers IjmiRltlDGE IRON WORKS CO., LIMITED - LONa DISTANCE PHONE 126 Scrap Brnss and Iron Wanted. t New Effects in Cut Glass Phono (':! put in more promptly, thus the danger from fnll frosts is lessened. In caseof n failure from winter wheal tlie result is not very serious. Practically nil thnt is lost is tho seed. I-und that wus in projier condition for winter wheat in the proceeding full is in good condition for spring grains. Consequently if u crop is lost In nn unusually unfavor- 'merit, samples able winter thero is as Rood nehance Hestorut ive, ami for a spring crop us though the Dyspepsia, The ncys. Tiuublcs ly and inforiiiiiiKl.v oi the coodil'ions ami prosrH'ets there. l.iko ninny others possessed of ihe i� pi is i te spirit ni'ft go, he has won a very liberal | (with a capknl "!.") imvi�inv; of sue- I cess, ami notliing short of th* pr�>iii- I iership of the province mid the pros- J nutation of a block of St. Thomas j Car Company stock v oiiUt lik,>ly win j him Imck imst. "Of course," says he "ono must put up with tin' slight disadvantages incident to n rapidly growing country, while working his claims, but I bey ore quite tolerable.' He is well plen>*�d with his l�isi -tion of Provincial l.ilifjiria* fur Alberta, ami still retains bi* inu-n'st in the Ijinhhridge Herald. An in -S|M.'Ction trip of the \nriou.s I'lovia -rial libraries of the fiuiniiiuiii has enabled him to conhiiw pleasure a" i > jish Rock Crystal, qnite tlitrt-rcnt from that liere-to-fon> shown. The Crystal ttnrlf In heavier and ihe cutting* ileeper than thai or a��" in thai Ii depend* more uton tti artistic lra�ery "1 l lUun-pns Stnvt. ... t.f. WANTKD, AT ONCE A dining-room girl, and berniHid. Apply Arlington a cham Hotel. Indigestion Stomach tniuhl" Ik tint a �yiniitnin of, and not In llsutf u trim ili.^'uv. Wu think of llynpepula, ltcirtburn. unit IikIIkuoI'ihi ns real illscniK'S, yet tliuy ure sj iii|>louii only of a cirtaiu specific KiirVO BlvklleM-notliliitf clso. It wan this fuel Unit llrst correctly led Dr. Snoop in the ilrciitloa uf Hint nuw very popular Ktomarn Kuniedy-Dr. rilnxui'* Ui'itlunitlvK. (lolnu dlruct to th" rttotiiuch iMTVi'i. uIuiik launvlil that miccix ami fuvor to Pr. Sliooiiuiui Ills Hc�turutlvu. Without that orlKlmi! uud lilglily vital lirlnrlple. no lucli lustlntr ticconuillslimujitii were ever to Im had. For stoiniu li illnlrmis. bflmtlim, bllloasiiusd, bad brcatli mid miIIuw coiiipluxlou. try Pr. Shoop'a Kestorutivo-Tablets or Liquid-anil boo for your, �elf wlmt it can und will du. Wo cull and cheerfully recounuuni] Dr. Shoop's Restorative uutiimii crop had never lieen sown. Sini-e the Introduction of winter wlieat th;'iv has heen only one fail  lire aad it not n complete \ij  nymi'iins. This orcurred in the win-t�p of lilOo-OO. There wus practic -ally no rain from August until May ii ml as a eunseipieiice 1 he more carelessly sown grain was killod. Thut one ,\T�ur was n blessing in disguise. The idea had liecoine previtlenlthut nut uny kind of soed might lie thrown in any kind of soil, in imy way, nl uny depth, ut any time, with reason-nidi! holK's of H crop. That 'bad year wits l was fii}!'. to prove my Dr. Shoop's my Hmik on idllier lleurt ur Tlie Kid -of the stonuti'li the Heart or tho Kidneys, are merely symptoms of a d.vpei' ailment. Don't uuike the column error ol treating symptoms on- . I.'. Sytnptoiu 1 iiNtt nieut is treating' t io result of your uilioettt, and not he cause. Weak Sloiiuicli n.-rves- ho inside ner\cs-nu-aii rttomaeh , ajeakni'ss, nlv-uys. And the llJart.. | nnd Kidneys as wejl.lin v thuir con trolling or inside nerves. Weaken i i hese nerves, nnd juu itiovi>tnhl.\ iiavi' iweak vital orRiins. Mvro is where r I tmmmmmt It's the Women of the West Dr. Shoop's 1 testoiati\n has iniiilc' a lesson. One ettrly und dni-p, find land well worked up. The swd should l>e put in moderately the fields that lived through winter were almost invariably soivn three inches deep. The 'time of sowing also makes a great difference. I 'Hie Ijcst larniRi's are now in fuvor of 'sowing Iwlviwn the lust of July and the middle of Suptemljer. l^uter than that nui.v succoml but ono is taking long chances. Tho amount of j or bloating, biliousness on breaking it ol' �--ontplexion. usu I ml lireuth Dr. Shoop's Writu nie to-day for ample at�l free book. Iir. Slump, ,Heine, Wis. The Itc'Sturnlivc is sold y All Denier*. ! ,e�toriitiv its'df dee|i; dry WestiM-n farmers niv getting ready to hurxest the wheat that' specula tors sold last spring. that we want to impress with lh� ulca, that to insist upon {Mting the justly woll-knowu Royal Blue Line of biscuits iiiicl sweet cakes is to strengthen the cause of tlie Western Farmer, because wo tlfie nothing but Western grown products in llienianu-lachin- of our goods. Hold in packages and bulk by all good 1 f your grocer will fac- i grocers. ! not servo you,  tory for it trial write tho piiekiigt*. MIN AltD'S COLDS, Ac. 1.IMMI3MT CURES �kit. ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. a.'U. t'Al.liAUV a ALT A AA Synopsis, Coal Miiin� Refutations ! t'oal mining rights of the Domin-I ion. in Manitoba. Saskatchewan, ; Alberta. th� Yukon Territory, the ! North-West Territories and British I Columbia, may be leased for a term {of twenty-one years at an annual i renin I of $1 an acre. Not more ! titan 2,.iii0 acres will be leased to one applicant. Applicniion for a lease must be inaile in the Agent or Sub-Agent i of tin 'district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by seotions, or li-ual sub-divisions of sections, aud in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Kadi application must be ac  oiiiijaiiied by a fee of $5, which will lie refunded if the rights ap-plicd for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of tho mine at tho rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights .which are not being operated 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 ooal mining rights only, hut the lessee may be permitted to purchaso whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at tho rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should Imj made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, 'Deputy Minister of the Jn'orlor N.B. Unauthorized publication I of this advertisement will not be paid for. ;