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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II, ItM. FACE THRtf WE ARE HERE wish to assist you in your Publicity Campaign as we are equipped with the latest ideas in both Retail and Wholesale Advertising. We can materially assist you and ask that you give us a trial. OATS WILL GO 100 AN ACRE Estimated Yield On a Coal- dale Farm-Great Crops in That District Our lines embrace advertising in its vari- ous forms; viz.: Ad. writing, Distributing of Advertising Matter, Demonstrating, Ad- dressing, Show-card Writing, Tacking of Cards and Signs in conspicuous places. KELLY 20 BRYAN BLOCK PFAFF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. (From the He-raid's Travelling Correspondent) Coaklale, Aug. cr.ops A chocolate confection of rich milk choco- late and fresh shelled walnuts. Simply exquisite. In and pound THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TOftONTO. gram arc Here ar gooJ around Coaldale. 330 crop a few samples of what-the vear th farmers, are doing: this..year.: jThoy sturt cultinff in a few days> The Smith farm, of which Geo. 0. j who lives about seven thi Kerr is the manager, contains seven sections. They have over acres j Of wheat to cut and about 300 acres {of summerfallow and have broken jover 100 acres. }Iore would have. jg I boon broken but the hired steam j plows were delayed owing to the strike. lack of coal acres this year. This I good crop. He has about 130 acres is looking well. Xext to fall wheat, all up and- I plant alout 500 trees, 'good prospect. catre in lait spring. H. A. Suggit, who lives at. Coal- dale, has 450 acres of grain crop aad sixty acres of timothy, and his wheat is all a crop. This year he broken about 240 acres which, was) fairly :xoo'l crop, some fields I done hy a plow. Xext spring K very line. H is all irrigable j he will put in 158 acres of miles south east of Coaldale, has 2.- 700 acres broken, about of which is under crop this >eur and the (rest is sown to winter wheat. This land, but only part has needed irri- "He will also break about SOO acres. Cation. His spring wheat will yield'1, 'acres in crop in grains and grasses, i teamsters stay on all day and are hus broken about 100 acres more paid extra. The shocking is let by .this season. He has practically all the acre. He cuttingivin- j his farm except his pasture field uft- _ ter wheat and will lie busy for forty jder cultivation. This year's grain is'days now until after threshing. year and another-steam engineVhidK hauled six discs and a 28 foot nar- row over acres this season. They disked all that was plowed and besides went over lots of it so'They have pulled in their aad are getting ready for threshing with two engines, and one engine will be used for stubble plowing1 this fall. They laid off three engines 'days for coal at the time of the strike, if there had t been no coal strike 'they- would have broken 1000 acres more. T. P. Brown, who lives' over a south of Coaldale has fine'crops..'His' i- 4 -A, LETHBRIDGE LUMBER CO. WHOLESALE Dealers in Building Material Lumber. Shingles. Liine. Cement. Plaster, Brick, etc. Lumber dealcrs-wij] do well to get our quotations on Liils. We sell any quantities of tne "above inaterii-lB at wholesale price EDITOR FIRED AT.. attacks were by a dwuncia- .MAYOR: NOW MISSING tory article, in which the mayor's j father was assailed in strong terms. Sensational Suit Which Followed Mayor Lefvre resented this and de- Shooting in St. Pierre Block- married the author's name. Instead ed.By Disappearance of of complying, the editor fired 'point Defendant htank mayor, wounding him i seriouslv. The case was adiourned -Vorth: Sydney, x. :S.. Aug.- 16- ;Xo. 1 and so are the grasses. Be-has j -Harry Chinnock, who lives seven winter whealris excellent. 3Irs. I cut one crop of alfalfa and is just go- j miles north east of Coaldale, on ,the jis quite delighted with her .ing to start on another one.' Both; Cameron ranch, has about 150 acres'and its flnc crop of corn. peas. are s-ood crops. He is just startitis of crop. Ilis oats are all cut and a 'toes and other vegetables. A sensational lawsuit -which has just opened at St. Pierre, Miquelon, is-ex- citing -more interest than any which i has taken place in years. It is the j result of'a clash between-Mayor Louis-' Lefvre, of St. Pierre, and Paul Maz- j ier. editor of the defunct newspaper. The dramatic incident i which led to this lawsuit occurred over a year ago, when I whose policy was antagonistic to the j j mayor and the civic government and .Bitterly attacked these "When the case opened up Saturday it was found that Editor Mazier had decamped for France, and the was again adjourned. The newspaper went un- der several months ago. Mayor Le- fvre figured prominently last year in the demonstration of the school af- fair, and was at the head of the pro- cession when, the American flag was carried through the streets of St. Pierre. FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. ANOTHER ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF PARKVIEW LOTS 4; Fully modern house to rent. Close in. per month. For sale; very cheap, new cottage, S250.00 cash and balance very easy. The H. Macbeth Agency A 1 of Land'uear Stirling at per acre. cast, balance.5 equal annual payments. A number of Im- proved Farms listed for sale on easy terms of payment. Call and look our list over THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Bryan Block. Lethbridge I i 4 4 I 4 I 4 I 4 4 I 4 I 4 I 4 4 BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the most progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double yoxir profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write Ludtke Waddell lVesiniin.-tor riJjnininc thf- Fair Ground on tin- south, and aru high, dry and level. On account of 'their' fine location, which affords ;t grand, view of the City, and. the enhancement, of. thtir value which the F--ur Ground'to a- city Park will cause, we feel justified in. announcing that on Sept. 1st. 1909, the price of these lots will be advanced to each.- until that date you can buy them ;u each, cash and pt-r month. BUV Parkvi.-w lots and make to irrigate it now for the third crop of alfalfa this year. The third cut- ting will likely be done about Sep- tember- .Each crop of alfalfa will be over two feet. This is the third sea- Json for this alfalfa field and it is {getting better right along. He has about three acres in. trees all doing well. They are principally cotton- case [wood, ash. willows and a few apple j trees. The apple trees are only year- lings but are thrifty. For water for stock he has a reservoir fillod from the irrigation ditch, und for the housu he -has a 12.000 gallon cement cistern into which the irrigation wa- ter is filtered. This cistern holds on-' ough for the winter supply. j No Poor Crops At a! I Knapp Bros, started cutting- on .Monday, Aug. 9. They have about] acres in crop and no poor crop at all. It is wheat and oats. They have broken about three hun- dred acres. They hired-a. steam, plow for most of the breaking. They have cotton wood and maple trees about ten feet high only three years old. Knapp Bros, a ?ood crop of al- falfa from their 2o-acre field. Next year they expect to have 60 acres of alfalfa. They also have 1GO acres of dandy tmiothv about four feet high, and also acres of blue joint nearly botenay V Steel Range Calvin Hatfield j> Jthw barne height. Their thirty horses 4 much larger if-there had been no] jcoal strike. He laid oft their weeks, 1 ounng which he would broken about four hundred acres, which now i t will have no crop next year. Mr. j Poulson has about 125 acres in crop. i wheat and oats, both a pretty good crop- He rents ihis but owns ;1 j acre lor. and a steam plow, j which he breaks for neighbors. i Fine Lot of Spring Wheat j Pawson Bros., who live 1.1 miles I from Coaldale. have acres in and 150 acres seeded flown. 'They have 425 acres of spring wheat j which is specially crood. The stalks ;0f irrigated wheat look "like trees j growing by rivers of Their and oat fields secured first, i prize in the standing fieljds compe- tition. The judges remarked that th.j 1 field of oats would t-asily. yield n hun- jdred bushels to the acre. They have i about three thousand trees, mostly jcottonwood. box elder, ssh. and iLomb'ardy Poplar, etc.. and they ar.- all doinjr well. Their farm is prac- tically all broken up, and consists of about acres, including crop, pasture nnd summerfallow. They will bogin cutting grain on William Knapp. of Redwood Falls. visiting his sons here. came out to sec how his boys doing-. Tie is well pleased with their progress. This is certainly a country for young men. TVTien he was a young man he did not have such a chance. Miss Kjanpp is also visiting at Coaldale, J. W. Bike, of Thompson, Conn.; is visiting his nephew, T. W. Dike. TTft sa3'S it is a good enough country for him to invest in. IHke, Snow and Dike have 150 acres in crop and London, Toronto, Montreal. Winnipeg Vancouver, St. John, Kootenay booklet on request LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. (If out of town write us.) WARE One a Hurdciied. Lastinjt Maes, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in retting All Good Grocers can supply you. in CtMda. atk MATCHES. ;