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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta O" u had better buy whatever coal you need for the remainder of the winter from MORISON & DIXON Our price is rigrht. With every ton you buy from us you get a coupon, which may bring you the McLaughlin As soon as 1,000 tons are sold, a Coupon will be drawn from the sealed box, and the person holding the mmiber will get the swell new buggy. Cash must accompany every order. r We arc in the draying business on a big scale. Prompt work and entire satisfaction guaranteed. 7^ PHONE ISO. & Dixon Trmnsfbr Co !� �tn A m^iM�!��!�e> Office orer Hick & Wakely Store. THE TRANSFER MEN," LETHBRIDGE. Sure Growth AT RELIANCE It will be one o{ the leading Coal Mining Centres of Alberta A lot of money baa been invested in a modem plant. Fir* clay has been discovered in iztensive quuntitiet, and ita UB� m�'ans that Reliance �ill be a great iudostrial centre. RELIANCE LOTS Are now on a a rket They sell from 150 to 1300  lot, according to location. 10 PER CENT. DOWN GETS YOU A LOT And ten per cent a month will handle other payments. One of the best o'pportuiiitivB to invest your money and reap big returns. Beliiince is bound to grow. Write or call on- T. E. PATTESON OU> Block "^-^-v. ,JUETHB1UDCE, ALBERTA -For fartb�r partienlan. Dry Land Farming. I'rotTi the smi nn.i prevent a hard cnist forming. Mr. t'aiiif>�M!ll stated that 'in pro -'paring a piece of unc�)tivaite the proper condition to conserve all of titio moistuix; which doe.s fall," he declared, "and b.v doing so, you incideutally inci-oasc, to an unbelievable extent, tho fertiltiy of tho soil, w*ich luicomos, with the a lActcriblogical elements which will produce heavy cropti." About 300 ijeoplc were present at the address of Mr. Campljell. a large proportion of whom wdi-o farmers from various pai't.s of tlie country ; to whom tho subject of the lecture ,had a deep interest, during tlic course of his talk, Mr. Carop'bell puURod frequently to allow questions to Ixj ftskefl, and as inniny of the audiciicc took advantage of tha opportunities offered. the subject r�-ccivwl much illumiination from the answers to queries on points. that otherwiste miighi not havo ijeon brought out. Under tho heading "Cana'dian Cat- Thc first part of the lecture was tic at Chicago, the follo�-;ng appears unfortunately niaired in a measure 'm tho Livestock Report of that oily by the fact that the heating plant for Novenvlier HO: To have beautiful, perfect pink, velvot-Iiko lips, appl:^ at L^dtimo a liirht coa/tlng of Dr. Shoop's arcen Salve. Then, tHsxt moraiog. notice carefully the fleet. Dr>-, cracked, or colorless lips mean feverlsbnoM, and ra a� well ill appoai'-ng. Dr. Shoops Oreen SaUie la a aoft, creamy, hop.l -iug ointment, that will quickly correct any skin blemish or ailment Oet a free trial box at our "tore and �je convinced. Lrarge, Olas* Jars 25 cents. J. D. IIigit.'hotlMRi &'l 14 .s^t'or-s. oomnion ... la.fiO fit!.39 K slioukl be horna in nvind that the above prices were made an a iiwirkot 40 to iyO cents |>er cwt. lower than three weeks ago, when rangers w'cru at the highost iHvint of t'ho son-r,on, and. moreover, on n 'lay when tlU' weather was nimy and Imd, which d'w'tracle^l 1.5 to 2.5 cents per cwt., from the looks of tho cattle a.s coni,pared with thnir appearance on n (ina dn.v, .so that tho sales speak woll for the Chicago niurko't. Canadian ranchnion would uncloubtodly have inft'dt! good niionoy this j-oar by shipping dii-eet to this market, notwithstanding the tariff. WeathcrSy on Trial. A riKCE OF EVIDENCE FOB THE DEEP COMMISSION. �if�Sffi�'u--*''..Every �; naB who. knows himoelf ,;VfSirf:r:;;Si-kW>W8:bowfooliid�. other \t>r: : tcr:Si.; ; 8on�on*ra are original by i�eiMgnat- A;m:?;!''ural)y"orljrliJnl,  iiijm!::,::y:lton.rn.:.'r. nreen, Chief Conawis - f?i;4f::alo�3r ofvUwto and Worka in the t.....li'C-o*�n��t, fcas mifasd. Mik:..............�. . Pollatt and Pellatt of Toraoto have secured tho right from thie Ontario Ooversnwot to drain Cobalt laku and mine the bed of it. Tha bid waa ono mitlion and cighty^flve thousand. dollara. Savoral proralncm OVMwa sapUaliais M� iattnata*^ of tho opera house was trou led inwardly in sonie manner, and it rat-Hod so that tho tecturer mife'ht is well 'have been trying to ma'w him -self heard in a Iroilorshop. Kind hearted iMjrKons in the audionco. I i>w-ovcr, went below and admlni.^te.-od sedatives that ap|Jarently had 'ha �IT�ct of puttirfr the furnace aif'.pc system io sleep, ond the lecturar cbolI system of cultivation, the ground i.s prepared so that a flrn�, packed sub-surface is obtained, which i.i capable of coniarv-ing moisture, while the surface 'is kept thoroughly pulverizccrs, f�ir 36.40 32.12 .1.3.36 47.45 60.38 45.98 11.70 Mr. EriK's't 'J'liomimon Soton has been making an ofit'imate of the num-IxT of bullalo wWich once roanKKl over tho plains of tho corJtral part of this contiaant, His estimate is 60,-000,000 �iKl this is 'ln;lievod to bi' fairly accurate, though some es timates put U�e numlwr at almost double this. An uccura'to census 6f bulTalos living at tho pr^-sent time puts tha .numibcr at 1,607. T1m>so are nearly all in captivity, or.Iy about 400 roaming ,jiroe In tho wikis of tlTc far Norlhwo.s't. Tho 'numlbcr in cairtivity has incranscd front 256 ir.! 1839,to 1,207 in 1006, Mr. Seton soys that tnj numljcr of bison in captivity is rapidly increasing, urd that . thei-3 is no reason W'h.v this should not go on so long as there.is a desire to UMtintaVn the increase. Considwable success has attondad A Discount of 25 per cent on all Holiday Goods during the next % Days. This Great offer faichides the beontifal collection of 190? Calendars. j tha, at tempts to in tarbroc