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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Mi PAGE THREE THE RICH Unshrinkable Underwear can't ravel. It is knitted machine! that lock every stitch. 1 v We stand ready to give you a new garment for mny StanAcld's UndcrwearVthat replace any StaTifieidvS Uiiderwear that shrinks. SOUTH Winter, the crop of'the'-Lethbridge district. In oi the wen. ther' the yield your will a record breaker Tn (act it IK believed that the yield will be gn-ittcr than The aloofct of are thick iirtheneld that it anil carf-jful requires a to in light, medium V v and heavy winter, weights, Your dealer iwve jrour >txe If good der cultivation. to Bulletin. "J do- not like to tx-li about some of, these jcxoph, fearing that; you will Hut believe A. McDofi- uld, of Clarcsholm, to -the "Calgary Alberiaii. "Come- and see' them lor late .strong .points tlie it ubble.: The akraw -long and" heads are heavy and of .good and the arc filled TTlW yield is expected 46 average iroui 35 to 40 buftliels .per acre and the grade will be exception. Dunham in JJ. the he cu W then for, you. _.-.. 134 M.I DESTITUTE AT, MONTREAL Fernit in IThat City on _ Way Back to England Vf> J. .TregilluH .sold the Bo'wn. 'ips> randr whjchj inirchased from Hon. >Wm. Beresford, to J. England, who vd farming on a large scale... C'onJ Aide-fable''' breaking, of land b'3, fail for jiext crop, uudor the superintend. Speak ing; of -the: .district, a Aug. the the "Charity" terday were.three sufferers from the -Welch and his' wife They special correspondent oi the Edrnon: ton' Bulleiin, 'biys: In the same .die. trict a great deal ot alfalfa has1'been gjrown land. Y Wheel, 280 acres, of this wonderful clover and "Alex. Ross cut the seconrf crop ori..his, farm on jAugust He1 .year. 1 .V A? feature of the Lethbridge district is iihe fields, pf, Uie crop will jun as high 50 bu- shels to acre. And that is no ex- ception. The south is covftr. ed with' wheat ;a'ud: the- product -will, surpass'anything ever before known. Along the road southeast of Leth- bridge, Sherd has 400 acres of fall wheat in- stocks.- The stubble :is as'_ thick as porcupine, bristles. "See the size of, said Mr. Foster, "the" bindVr irr lHat field ;took five pounds, of the acre. The; yield; from 40 to 45 bushels per acre." Oil a field adjoining is 400 of rip'rihg yheat' of spleiidid quality. Last year bushels .of; volunteer wheat were taken .off-tliis field... The field is beyond the limits of the irrigated urea and its fertility is due to the earful preparation which was given Lhe-seed bed for the primary Edmonton Bulletin. NcraU Market WhM iett Urtit pUcc ,we tfck 25 c MM kiMariMM k iaicriiou for SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG FOR SALE Five roojned cottage ou. Burdc4t St. Apply 020 Burdtlt St. 201-0 JftM LAL'S PURE TEA it'V'aiCarclUBAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE ami DE- LICIOUSi FLAVOR have made it hosts of Are YOU one yet f IT IS Ram Lai'a Tea is sold only ia Lethbridge by 6ENTLEV Ga LTD. yield "per" rouid you say to asked the Edmonton Bulletin's travelling ,'re. being- representative, of W. W. "Douglas, of Taber.- season has been a great grow, ing time for wheat and the standard a: for winter wheat.! yield per acre will easily go from .His estimated that 30 to 40 bushels." _ _ -J cent, greater i ii-.'. In an article on the Taber district ithey wore, aiid. they; "escaped 7'with" theit' livesV Tlvey came'east in the hope that they might get work in earn their passage lionie" to r Stratford, Eng7, where five of their children1 live. as. there, is no pro8pect_of, curing work here, Mr. -Laner consid- ers it bifst that- to England' at "so he is making v..ati appeal for-.1100 large "subscriptions 'are ing sent to Ferriie direct, Mr. Lane thinks there- are contribute from one to five dollars, or even lesffj who ..would be .glad to help jn "and all Vdohatiohs-will that by next farni, ,which is %orked'by JY will is. this had acres" of- winter year. There are at present five steam year and considerable breaking is plows' a ndl gasoline outfits at baing done'withfca to iiv "the One of the gas. Ai li. i Foster has broke acres in two f HK She and her countenance became wreathed- in; had been here before arid knew it was good- Yes, our rice rGream; is the acme of purity delightfully refreshing. -Ice Cream is.''-mentioned, you. k now where -to Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor -ores prepared for winter wheat. :Most months. Bullock Bros, have 800 acres nfr this "was first of KOWII to wheat. :Mr. Yeoman Augusts and when seen the shoots lias 400-acresV A. Tinsley 300 acres were fully Jour "inches high. busliels of grain next season if "we' get any. and Messrs. Segaf and Olson half a section A, large area of new country'-in tlie' north is also prepar- FRESH TODAY Thiinbleberries Peaches Prunes Cherries Etc.. etc. Hock Bottom Prices TAKES THE LEAD. M. i ed for winter.1 wheaf-r In addition to i this neoct there, "will be a seed down 550 acres sown to oats and to'spring wheat next year flax and 'probably -v some spring Mr. Welch and h is son: worked" i'ri. the -McDonald '-mile' from Ffcrnie and earned'two dollars eich ptT was: often able to add or by- day's washing for ..miners Qr lurnb'-rJmen. They had got 'aviittle home r together, comfortiably_ furnishe .andi- clothing and prospects. -Every, thing .perished on that {ateiul Satur- day afternoon. Wha{ with the vous 'shock and the total loss of fteir besides work in sight, they thought, a'nd vised them that it would be b st foV them to :come east. WINTER WHEAT CROP .Great 'Britain's obligations, certainty lead j sword rin the Lethbridge, >ur_ balance and dictate the the of -Winter wheat area struggle, of. Southern-AlberU :bears conviction that .wrnteir wheat'. Winnipeg Free )ridfe, Alta., crop iacithe coiintiry.. The dry spring period generally'pre-; liD Go McKelvie General servant, able to cook. Ap- >ly Mrs. George Hog rs, cornei; o! Ashmead and Ford. 04.0 WANTED Six hens, good layers; also uumbt of young rabbits. Apply Her 199-0 FOUND A bunch of keys. Owiicr can have same by .calling af, Herald Office.'01.0 FOR SALE Ou liartlett St., one of the uicosi in Ltthbridge. All niod. erh, you will be pleasod when you Opal mining rights ot-the Doniniiuc u MaiiitobaV Saskatchewan, Alberta. tl ie Yukon Territory, the North-West and Brilisb' Colunroia, may for a term of, tweal7-one It acaual rental of an Not than wili leased to one applicant. Application for a lease mam made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ot Die district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the be described by sections, or le subdivisions of sections, aod io t uusurveyed territory the tract for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the eights for are uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the aline at rate of-five cents per ton. Every coal miuiug which are not Ircing shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to see it. Price easy terms. Apply E. 0. Block or Box-387 Lethbridge, Alta. 07.C WANTED Situation in dry goods and carpet, or Long experience in all branches.. First class refer- ences. E. T. Homing, c-o Lethbridge Herald, or E. T. Homing, Box 72, Owen Sound Ont. 07.6 TO RENT A large furnished room, suitable for one or two gentlemen, with or without board, central. 416'Burdett St. 06-G that effect at least once in each year. The lease will "delude the coal mining rights only, -faui the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be sidered necessary for the working o! the mine at the rate of an acre. For -full information applicatico should be the Secretary the Department of the interior, Otr tawa, or any Agent or Sub Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister'of the Interior publication of advertisement will not be paid for.' 410 FIRST- CAR OR WHEAT Augi first car of 'wheat arrived in tonight consigned to the OglLvie BILL CUST IS DEAD Pioneer of West Pastes'Away. of the crop necessary at that timfe In J at St. Albert; order to secure the to leave nothing but the" ripening io :WT I yY Edmonton, Aug. the d.ath, take place after July 1, gen- e I erally another dry period. While JWilliam; of St. Alr SIGN We.have consign- ment of sec- ond-hand HouseliolcL F ar- on. sale at If y cu'ire'.looki n or "first. class gbpdiT at third claiss k cdme aud" inspect our ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and- unfurnished rooms. Apply John Qantin, Hill Block, DufTerin St. 205-0 ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four. Months Course at tht- Alberta Shorthand and Type writ ing 5K52 McDougall Block, Cal- I gary, and see' the resultsv'. Terras un- usually moderate. Fall'term opens August 31st. Positions" secured foi 261 [students. r 202.26 FOR SALE One Edison .Standard and large brass horn for sale cheap. P. 0. -Box 32oT 209-6 ter wheat is the ideal crop, VohL; bsrt, or Bill- Gust, as he was servance- of proper practice- in culti. fjimiiiatly known every old resi. vation.makes success the crops of wheat -and" oats not only. vi v. 4, 11 possible but practically assured, irro- t t f'f Alberta; another of th e oldest t mi Flouring--Afills .haying lier. cultivation means the proper stor-l ere of "the province.sjvho are fast pas. in. the soil; by deep sing from the scene of this world's picking 'of the soil, 'and activities. In his life of .over four the: preservation "of-a suitable dus.t threshed in the'morning..-Thts on thft surface This' fn was grown on- the farm of -Air. Scam- j thg basis Of-succes8 according man of Kathwell in Southern Mam. I ifiade Ihe toba .and- is n choice sample of tha j question, and fully famous Rid Fyfe variety.: by results with-these crops: has not yet but from score years Bill Gust had sein much Western Chartered Corporation ._ Ltd. v Capital A COLD EJOTTLE of any of; tlie carbonated beverages supplied- Lethoridge Brewing- and Malting Co., Ltd., makes a de- lightful "arid delicious drink. Now iliat' th'e hot and sultry weather is at hand get the habit of taking a glass of our. ginger ale, cream or' lemon soda, sarsaparilla, orange and champagne cider, iron brew, etc. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd position in hptvl to help in or .restaurant. Apply "T" Herald office. Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for' Royal Cdlkrks Ltd. All Standard Stocks Haadlcd advance samples it-fa expected; the wheat will grade a good No. 1 crn. THE LOGICAL ALLY Looseness of The Bowels. H is very seldom during the summer months that most people are not troubled with looseness of the bowels." it" ouly thai .jbul 'generally Diaifrlibea, Dysentery or Summer and haa a tendency to weaken the wbole jyrtcm. When the bowels get kioaeoed this and you'wish to the naturai discharge without bringing ,ou constipation, there is only one remedy to use, and that one k DR Kowtwrs OF Tttil remedy i" not an experiment aa it few used in thousands of famiUea fir- ing the past When you ask for "Dm. Fowwm's be auw you get many unprinciyalted droj- gi.sts will try to off rtitutc on you, Miss M. Hopkins, Roaeriewr writes: "I have used EXTRACT WILD SrxAWBiiRmT foxmd it all rt is recommended to be for Diarrhoea and Summer Complaint. would not be without a bottte of H in the house." Manufactured by The Miftwrn Limited, Toronto. Ont Price Lisiinf the Chinese editor -of the China M organized the of anfalliance" be- tween the' United 'States" and Chinai luring the course of an interview: re- affirmed that China logical- al- ly of the United SUteR-anji declared that Germany was hot fitted .for an alliance with 'the States ant she would be unable to tender help in the" east.' Further He an alliance with Germany would arouse the hostility of Japan and Great Britain, the most powerful foci tors in that part of the world. On the other shartd, he continued, China would be able to com- _ _ ot the _West in the early years of its iinf "deyelopmeht and his experiences 0634 tha ininiug clays .of the fifties ,f last century can only -b'e duplicated at the present day. was near. in, the north of Ireland, born 85 years ago, emigrating }Q the-land of hope when he'was. 24 years old. stay of five years in Philadeli phia: he" lieard of the gold fields of CalifoTniiBt young .com- panions set out im '52, just first rush had ended. f.n a to most of the wTiy to-be covered a curJvan of ox.carts. 1 .Py; J96a the .miners had worked ay into .he 'coin- HEAD B. C. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank POSITION WANTED .Young_-.English, refined and: well educated seeks position in good class store or office, good sales- quick at figures. Could man- age -Apply Box 132, Alta... 09.6 SYNOPSIS NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any eveu_nutu.bercti section of Do lauds in.JJanitoba, Baskatch- jsvan and Alberta, excepting 8 jG, not reserved, may be- homestead- by any person who is the sole head a family, or. any--male oyer-18 j'ears of age, to the extent of one-quarter of 160 acres more or less. Application for entry must be made 'person by the applicant at a Do- nJnion Lands Ageucy or Bub-Agortcy tor the district in which the land is situate.: Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at au Agency conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending horbesteKder. homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following-plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation 'of the land in TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply Box K., Herald Office. 208.0 Gust established a post still Cust's house on tlu -For 12 long ycajs they, traclid. Vvck over thr Rockies for tlu-ir goods until in 1S77 one of.tha partners '1' ;SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by until four o'clock p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26, 1908, for the erection of a two storey brick block on the corner of Ronmi and Dufferin Sts. Plans and specifications may be seen at the residence of A. 13. Pipes, corner Bompus and Round Sts. or any tender not noxcssarJ. ly accepted. Ord. r of Committee of INDEPENDENT ORDER OF (MM ODDFE1LOWS Bill Cust sold his'1' n's Bay company. post Wanted stenographer, WANTED a position by competent five years experience in mining, lumbor and 'wholesale houses. Apply Box D., He-raid Office. 210-G WANTED General servant. Apply; Mrs. A.B Stafford, Bompas St. FOUND STRAYED One sorrel mare and bay suckling colt, branded monogram 7J4 on left one- sorrel horse, same Two bunches of keys, on Monday Tuesday, Aug. 17 and IS. Own- ers can have same by proving prop- year for three (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi-. cience duties by living on ranniiig and owned solely hy him, 'aoi l-jss .han eighty (BO) -acies in 'in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land thia requirsoient. (3) If the father (or mother, if; the father is deceased) _of a homesteader lias permanent residence on farming land owned sololy by him, ,not" less than eighty acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or: up- on a homestead entered fot by him in icinity, such homesteader may perftirm his own residence duties by living father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragraphs is defined aa orty ixncl paying men I. Apply for this advertise- j ineasuremcnt. t.f. 1 (5) A meaning not more than nine.miles jn a direct, line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in .the Chief of Pojicc. homesteader mercial facilities to the United Slat. es and in the event of war the Chin. ese army would bs sufficient, added to the forces, of the United States to overpower Japan. Tn addition, in Of Die five pnrtnors, one, Ed. Car.'thigh, also oy. i- still in tlu- Kdmonton" durtrict, white stripe in Both two others "lost their lives in a haVe white- hind uvt. Both broke to try. s.'nd ii be a long story tol canyon and another is still mining in-1 ridft. reward if u-ft at tin: Wind, ell r vw al lust tl-cy took to Britislv-Columbia. 1 Hotel barn. 10.0 On Augutt 17th, Ittn-and Itth, Canadian Pacific Railway wiil sell B. C., Victoria, B. C. and B. C. sinffte plus far thr rwimJ trip. Tickets a ffttng trana. it limit a< twenty days and a Anal return limit af fram ttta date ftap will ak lawad within and rttwrrv. ing limits. J03-10 Don't Risk Baby's Health With Cow's Milk Baby's Food ihocU always the same to insure baby groving into a Keakhy, .sturdy chJJd. TKii iilpSssiWe dairy mHic, which is a Mixture from many cowt. Nettle's Food is always tlw and ihc bcsl for even ihc youngest Infants, h never varies; and may be obtained the world over. Some mothers ihink they mtjsl reroair. in the dly all summer because they "could not get the same milk for baby.r Wiih Nesde's Food a: baby's diet, moiHer and baby may enjoy the mountains oc seashore together. Nesfle's tbe perfect sobsdtutc fot mother's miiii and requires only walci to prpp-rc. new TV CM awi FcedMfof Uanls" free on re THE LEEM1NG MILES CO. LIMITED. ST LAWREMCC BOULEVARD. MONTREAU 63 A W A NT ED man or woman to roprtir Apply T.i'thbridge. Brewing Mailing Co. 2114 WANTED Plain cook for mining camp close to iown. Also a team of good driving's, cr will buy Must bft cheap. Apply to W. Wilsn. corner Glyn ami Ford Sts. 211.1 to perform bis residence duties in ac- cordance with the above "while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent fo'f the district of such intentionv Six months' notice in. writing must ibe given to the Commissioner ot Do- minion Lands at Ottawa', of'intention to apply for patent. TEACHER WANTED Toachftr wanted (fomnle) for ands School District No. 1145, duties o commence on Sept. 1st nost and fo continue to tlnv end" of term. Apply stating experience, what certificates beld and salan' expected. WM. CAWDRON, Box 426. 210.0 Lethbridg.-. w. w. PORT, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N. publication ot advertit-ement wilj not he paid ,'nr SCAVENGING desiring a scavenger waggon or cloaxied cnn have same done by leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. ,74-0 EXCELLENCE in Fine Work is Our Motto YOU DON'T WANT I'F YOU SAY THAT THIS ISN'TABJG SNAP. 320 ACRES NEAR CHIN, ONLY LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE Weber Bros. Ott Block Uthbridge ;