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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Dally Hemld, Wednesday. August 24. WINNIPEG E PRESS MAKES CROP ESTIMATE Winnipeg, Aug. Free Press ttiis morning publishes the annual re- reports of port summarized from crop inspectors Past three weeks have been scattered throughout the prairie provinces. Es- timates are as follows: Bering most severely from drought. A conservative estimate is -that.oue- tffth of acres-sown last fall Herald Want Advertisements In own .phwe .re hijhiy economic.! .nd efficient durins the to wheat wili uot cut, the condi- EAT EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the Quick Service. Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals.................25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS for 1............S2.75 Manitoba Saskatchewan Wheat tions fluctuating between 15 and 45 bushels per acre and average of 19, bringing, aggregate of bush- Flax Oats 2S.361.S90 16.S49.2oO Barley LAND FOR SALE Wittier TOTALS.............. The Free Press states that Mani- els. The sample is fine excepting toba bore the season, the to whiter, with warm brunt of an exceptional few places where excessive heat cans light snow fall previous j ed little Winkling. Of sprinsr wheat March, cold spring wheat more than half of 4SS.1S3 acres sown FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of -the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. Water right; (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres sure for general purposes. Six acres cleared; acre fine orchard bearing; al so all small fniits. Two acres used for nursery past three years. First land selected in the district and the best. -Right on lake shore (boats alliwAVTMim call when flagged) telephone service gasoline trac- 25 cents per insertion when not eceeding 35 in- sections, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT, at once. 'The Iron Works. 203-0 Block, and J15 each per month, including ]S J. D. Higinbo'tham 201 0 -servants for town for 9 re and country. Apply Y. W. C.- T. U. 207-0 o ,en' modern 194-0 i j suitable most anv Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial? If not, why not 1 Are you aware of the fact that there are better manufactured? Ask your dealer to show you Matches, Paper of all descriptions. Paper Bags, Tubs, Pails and Washboards. He is not up-to-date unless he can show vou woodenware made at EDDY'S. L B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada ESTABLISHED 1851 April and May. followed by dry June, is in Southern Alberta. It is not pos- pvas a combination too much for al-isible to guage .the number of acres iny country, yet the Manitoba plowed down that never came'up but ill be a paying crop. j estimating the northern crop at 1G or j Saskatchewan is declared to have j bushels, an average of 11 bushels suffered less by drought proportion-1 on amount sown is nearly correct as ately than either of the provinces, and j Possible to come or little more than the drought, instead of being confined j crop. Figuring an average for to the south of the province as in other j the past 21 years, with slight rainfall, provinces, is found in patches right 2 inches in 13 months' it is won- through the centre of northern divis- ion. Despite this Saskatchewan got a splendid crop, though not more "than acres of sown in wheat will be cut for marketable pur- poses. This is expected to yield 15 derful there was any -crop in the southern division. Northern parts, -Edmonton, Vegreville and Olds, are anxious to disclaim any suffering from drought and the will run 20 to 30 bushels per acre, but the aver- and graded road to town, three miles; school, church and post-office within half a mile; ideal home and .climate and most profitable industry on earth Three room house and outbuildings tion engineer for threshing and plo.ug- ing. Also 1 or 2 good farm hands Pawson Bros., Coaldale. Phone L. I) 112. 120-6 men for working, in Worth and will soon advance ply p- G' Wa'ters- Supt. The Elk Lum- Price for quick sale, Highest going wages paid. Ap- cash; balance 1, 2, 3 years- f Iber Co-. Hosmer. B. C. 212-0 per cent, or will exchange for No. 3 j woman for family wneat land. Address Kootenay Valley washing every Tuesday.Apply 1121 Duf- Nurseries, Mirror Lake. B. C. 203-0 ferin St. 213-0 in. Apply 622 Cutbill St" _______191-03 bed room of Ox MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING gineer to run traction jump at this Jand offer 20C i Address M.- B. Terrell, Lund- in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makin- Dreclt' Alta. son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. Boats call twice daily. Landing j bushels per acre but further allow- age may seem low to the northern dis- ance of a .bushel per bringing .the average to is made on account! The southern oat crop is almost a ot -some nost and hail having visited total failure, but north .of the CPR some ot the districts where crop main crop is generallv- good is nearest.. Jfor ithe yeaj._ centre of sub-division, all level laud sandy loam, no.stone, every block with- m five minutes of boaij landing For particulars and price applj- to J ste phenson, Bos 5S, Coleman. "2i3-e FOR acres good pasture land, fenced, flowing spring, very lit- tle bush. Also well adapted for grain Near -town. an acre J. Morgan, Box 28 214-12 213-G girl for confection- ery and ice cream parlor. Apply stat- ing experience, if any, references and salary expected to J. A. Virtue Macleod. 213.5 girl for general house-work. Steady place for right par- ty. 'Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1206 'Courtland room for rent W 310 Glyn St. mo- _. rooms, iarsa doube to rent, Majestic 'theatre. Ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premise. 97-0 214-0 Very easy terms. Oids, Alta. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS SITUATIONS WANTED sewing ait home Mrs. Viaeham, 41S Coutts St. .203-ox average will v j- n-n Aa ia them correspond. If the new one built the present Welland canal be required for through traffic till these on the St. Lawrence cnanged. more than an average crop." Trinity College School Boys Residential School for Boys Healthy situation. Fireproof Build- ings, Extensive Play- grocmds, large Gymnasium, Ska.tr f ing Rinks, etc. _ College, and Business! POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT Mail Service Branch, Ottawa, 17th August, 1910. on Sept. 13. Af Celoidor and oR-rnfarmaiUm to ihe Hcadmcsicr JUC1Y. M. A. o. PORT OUT, good cle at once. Apply FOR close in, 14 x 24 510 a month. Best shack in town A> Ply Box 1916. Phone 141S 213-6 STABLE TO 533- TO a month. 642, Glyn THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA J. I TO I ________-............ ------5-6 j also staoie, corner of I WANTED, streets, known as Manse iwighesc cash orice paid for su dies' and gents' east off c'othin 213.5 Sittings of the Supreme Court of pro furniture, carpets, rugs, watches! jewel Poultry, butter and eggs. Apply tc 3? Co., 330 Crabb .0. BpxP2094. the neU" HeraW P MALE yotmfer boys, berta, en bane and for the trial Oegms 14. boTS n-nA onfl were KEEPERS CHARGED WITH ABETTING MOIFTS ESCAPE Toronto, Aug. connection with the escape and arrest or Moir, the murderer from Hamilton two keepers of the asylum, Frc-d Mc- Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone llfiS Cullough and Monteiih Campbell have been arrested, charged with abetting the escape of Moir and Taggart. The Toronto cily council-.authorized Judge Winchester to investigate the works department and the manage- ment, of the Isolation Hospital. NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington Hotel, TALK IS MISLEADING Dili nve minutes spent in our yard will convince you that we have EVERYTHING YOU WANT and tbe best. MATERIAL. Headquarters for OAK WAGON STOCKS, Beech, Birch and Maple Flooring, Screens, Etc. Come once, and you'll alwavs come to GUM BOARDS, Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'! Office Phone 334. DISSATISFIED WITH PROTECTION London, Aug. Sam- uels, speaking at SaKburn, said tar- iff reform suffered another blow bv what occurred in Western Canada Those who watched the 'signs of the times could see growing dissatisfac- tion with protection in Canada also m the United States and Germany. THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heatlni at McCLURE 3. KNA'PMAN WANTED A few more teams to haul gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpath St West Cigars and A. C Messer Proprietor Saccessor to C L Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection Cases, Civil and Criminal, and for the j hearing of motions and other civil bus- iness, will be held at the" following times and places. When the date set for the opening of a Co.urt" or Sitting is a holiday such Court or Sitting aball be comnienced on the day follow- ing such Sittings Supreme Court en bane: MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FORT yearling and tw7 two old fa set of pocket drawing board, water col jors set squares, also 1 set of 10 vol of Business Men's Library, 1 set of 15 voL of Science Library, and severa j other sets. Address box 35, Herald office, or apply 642, Glyn St. 213-6 FOR SALE, 4 second hand tents, one 17x17, one SxiO and -two 10, and one Edison phonograph 'with and a piano harp; also onr bedroo-m suite, one sewing machine Apply to 'the Harvard Tailoring Co HroViK __ tue new ner aid office. P. 0. Box 2094. 215-P LOST AND FOUND MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 576, P. 0. Box 2.060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Sunday, Aug. 14. dark brown horse, aged about 10 years weight abo.tit 1.000. Wore a leather halter trailing long heavy rope. No brand. Suitable reward for informa tion or return to J. T. Willard, Taber 210-5 Sunday morning about 5 o'clock, from residence on Crabb St.. small black and tan Ayresdale puppy' Reward will be paid on return to owner H. J. H. Skehh, 423 Crabb St FOR SALE Good house, half from railway track, Torrance avenue o rooms and hall downstairs 2 bedrooms .upstairs, well finished ar through. Water, sink, drain, etc., and wired for lights. cash, with monthly payments will handle right Apply Box 1997 P.O. Notice To Hunters to prosecution. Magrath, Alta. NOTICE TO HUNTERS No hunting is allowed on any of the lands of the Maclntyre Ranch. Par- ties found hunting lay themselves onen TA John Kenney, mgr TO HTJNTERS-Hunting or shooting of any kind is strictly prohibited on any property of Ray Knight, or the Knight Sugar Co. Trespassers will be prosecuted TrttH the .utmost rigor of he law. Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta. -.-----------._______________205-26 HCNTERS-Hunting or shootins i any rand is strictly prohibited on Of Brimhall Bros Tres- assers will be prosecuted. Brlmnal! iros.. Raymond, Alta. 209-26 OTICE TO HUNTERS AND OTHERS hunting is allowed on any of ands of the Mackie ranch. Parties >und hunting lay themselves to -osecution. E. R. Lowe, manager. 214-6 MONEY TO LOAN ONE7 TO and insur- nee on farm and city property. Ap- y tbe Southern Alberta Loan and vestment Cc., 416 Duffertn street, 213-O Bryan blocK ;