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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "v'o j,j,jy ^^^.^^ locals were organized with of Ijcncllt to some farmer!* in lha d;.-*. trict. During the dry seasons o: 190-1 and 1905 which were the driest 1 625 members while today they had 21 local unions in good standing with over four thousand members. The position of the mine workers had been have experienced in my ninctoan years naturally benefl^d, and the hours of of rosidcnco in Southern Alberta. I j^jj^,, ^md been shortened from ten Some farmers who have been farming gjgj,^ pg^ gjjjf^^ t^K. Mine.s for "wet seasons" did not meet vi'th ; jj^g^jj^j^jg^ ^^^t. the Employers' Lia-much success and about concludpd ^ility Act and the Workmen's Com-tho/t farming vjiuld not pay in this | pg^g^jjion ^ct had all been enforced Cowan's Maple Buds� Cream Bars and Milk Chocolate are superb confections. Nothing to equal theiiLv THK COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO district. To some of these men 1 state�l that it was my firm belief that I could a%'erafie 10 or 12 i>or cci>t. on an investment in farming so I purchased a farm of 5r)3 acres at a 'cost of $7.00 per acre and Ixcgun operations. I have invested in the farm S85,-.544.62 as follows: ri'At acres of land at $7.00 per acre,-3701. Horsos, implemenits, fencing, buildings, etc. -SS823.62. Total S.!S.",.VI ,02. I have under crop this season 340 acres, part of which was iiit for feed, and 120 acres was on slmres. My UNlimTED DEIMliD ' ONUKITED OUTPUT! TEO OiinUENDS! since he took office. The miners employed by the Crow's Nest Pass Con! Co. had received in benefits from the enforcement of these laws alone more in dollars and cents than they had ever paid to the U.M.W. of A., consequently were still indebted to the organization. President Sherman stated that in his opinion,the conditions in his district were more stable than any upon the .'Vmcrican continent, and that having now estab'islied tliem.selves and gained the respect of the employers and the public they slioiild strive l>ortion of the crop was lO.-jS bushels j retain tliat respect without which oats at 37 cents-S3!M .iM, 9,l.t.5 bu-1 y.,py ^.^^jj ,,gpg ^, succeed. He ! ju.stified his action last spring in advisiing tlie miners to accept the Will be the result when this company completes Its tipple and lays four iniles of ti-.-ick acro.ss the level [irairie to ijcthbriclge, where they connect with tho A. R. & T. and the C. P. J{. Gi.'t in on tlio (iis-( i.s.siic of TiX'asiit\- Shares which- �e are offering to the jHiLilic in blocks uf 100 to SOi at 2SC Per Share The same [icople who floated and iniirle such a siiccess of tho Iiiterna-!liOiial Coulc and Coke are the jirime ino\ers in the Ho.val Collieries. In-;herf and secure sittings early, R. CRABB Redpath St., Lethbridge shels wheat at 80 leiit.s-4916, 14! tons of hay at $6-S8 1. Total, 36,1.04. Aly total exiH'ii.sc, including liirt'd help, fcociieiisos j'eccived one-half. Oil this jjar't of the farm I cleared per acre, after pajing for plowini;. seed and threshing, and the fiist cost of the land was only .?7.on fi.M- acre two years aKO.' Tln^ man v.lio farnii'd the l>orti.-.?17.33 for every da,y he luit in tor himself and team. The tthole farm jiroiluc-'d 9-11.5 hn-she'ls of grain and the iiv^.rage is not So good as .S'onie farms miide during the dry seasons, \\h('i>.' .ihcir farms .were properly tilled ani'r-ceni., for I he ''...vi of gaiherinfJ: I he crop wouhl not h.i\e hi.-en materially incroa.sed had lli' yield been ncirly floubled. I have learned one thing among many otli.'i's end ihut is that wluu i farming i.s dmie Musi He Done Well ^ i\ni\ lu The I'rop.r Season. If this | is (kuio lh;.ri' is . no rea.son In my j judgement \vh>- a faruier cannot get j good returns iir all labor e.ipended on the farm. ^'ours truly, If, R. Allen. put away somewhere at home or in safety vaults and tlius a large amount of circulation has been with-dran from use. it i.s encouraging to learn that some of this is returning to public u.se. as it will greatly help to relieve the stringency.-Montreal Witness. A tickling rough, is quickly sto|M"''' Cough fare. And harmless anil safe from any cn.u.sO', by 1>r. Shoofi's it Is so thoughly that l>r. .Shoop tells mothers ever.N-whero to give it without hesitation, even to yoimg babes. The vholosomo green loai'cs and tender steins of a lung-healing mouDtainnus shrub, furnish the curative pro|ierties to Dr. Shoop's (.'ougli Cure. It calms tho cough and heals the 'soi* and sensitive bronchial mom brancs. No opium, no chloroform, nothing hursh used to injure or suppress. Simply a tvsinous plant extract thai helps to heal aching lungn The SiMiniards call this shrub which tho Dr. usee, "The Sacred Herb", Always demand Vtr, Shoop's Cough Cure. Sold by all dealers. WANT A LOT OF TIES. Edmonton, Dec. II.-Tho Grand Trunk Pacific, through V. Crandell, purchasing agent for ties and tiniljer fur the divisions west of Winnipeg, i.s advei-tising for 6t)0,n00 railway ties. Offers for sawn or hewn ties will be received at the divisional offices at I'jdmonton from points on .the C. & E. 100 miles south of Edmonton, from Iioints on the C.N.R. JOO miles north and east of the city, from points along the lino of the G. T. P. to the Mc-I,eod river, for 125 iniles west of the city and in tho immediate vicinity of the city. These ties will be purchased in Alberta if it is possible to secure them. by I was cured of rhematie gout MINARD'S LINIMENT. Halifax, ANDREW KING. I was cured of a^iitn bronchitis by MINARD,8 LINUS.l-.il Sussex. tt. r.>l. V. Crewe Reid. -I was cured W  ^ V AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH r^lEETS .VLL, CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READEl^S. Tho Western (^anatlian reading public is raaiie up chiefly of these classes: Persons who have lived in tho west for any lengthy period and ara out-nnd-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from tho Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete sa'tisfaetion � to all those clas.'ws but by this combpiation offer every special need is mot. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gjives a complete record v^J^ek by week of all happenings in the Wes-tcrn Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American nnd Uritish settlers. The ^am� ily Herald and Weekly Star suppUosthe former resident of Eastern Oftlik da with the news of the East<;rn portion of tho Dominion in dota'iWd form and the Lcihbridge Herald provides the local Western news, whicb yott eannot do wHhout. ItO LETHBRIDGE HERALD: ', Find enclosed �2.30, for which send mo W^wkly Free Preu and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Hernlti and Weekly Star, Montiwil, ttnd U*l*-bridge Herald, for one year eoch. . . ^������:�:,t:::�!);:^ii�, ;