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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CAKE and PASTRY We realize the difficulty in. turning put the uulity of Cake -and Pastry that tempts and creates a desire for more. But wo know we can over- come this difficulty, and: also, produce goods that contain no harmful; ingredients. Older from a rig ALMRTA, TUMOAY, JANUARY 12 IMt )l THE CIDf FORD STREET _ Near the New Fire Hall ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. BULLETIN ON DRY FARMING Contains Results of All Dry Farming Experiments at the Sub-Stations in Bozeman, Jan. 74 of the. Montana experiment station under title of "Dry Farming "investigations in is now in. the printers' hands, and will be ready for .distri- bution in the very near future. This bulletin .'contains the' results -'-of dry farming experiments .conducted iar.ih the dry farming ''sub-sec- tions- in State. .The -authors and J. B. Nelso-ti, superintendent oi "Jdry farming _ sub-stations. "r- page of the bulletin'is a statement oi the-six drawn" from a .study, of the data con- tained. In brief, these conclusions _ 1. That the dry lands of'Montana be made to pay profit-able re- .-vvhtin properly handled. "2. That fall sow.a crops yield bet- than spring sown' and that turkey, red .fall wheat gave the.high- yield oi all cr.ops tested. 3. That light from 3 pecks per acre is better than heavier seeding, in. the case .of grain crops-. 4l-That. planting, grain in rows for -inter- tillage .is, unprofitable. 5. That, growing grain each ..alter-- NOW ROUTE? MEANS MONEY FOR FARMERS Calgary, A man prominently identified with tho otfricultuitil inter- ests ofAlberta has the benefits that would accrue '.to the formerb and the province by the west ern route and in a series of 'interest- ing deductions, babcd on thih year's crop give some- figures worth ponder- ing over. He writes as follows i There has been some dXcussion al- ready, regarding, shipping Alberta grain westward, jxnd it would appear that those have expressed ..their views are .unanimous in favoring west- ward shipments; Your paper has a large circulation amongst the .farmers and as the losers, under the present circumstances, I think it wel that they should consider what is ad- visable in order" to protect thieir in- vests. Color, Flavor, Fragrance 'K're the strong pointt of A: MANUFACTURED ON THE GARDENS IN IHDIA. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and' DELICI.OUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends: Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! 'At the present time grain cannot be hipped westward, to any large ex- because the market has not been stablished there." We cannot get the iarket .unless we are able to supply he grain; we ..cannot; supply the grain nless we have elevator facilities at Vancouver, and we cannot have eleva ors built by private enterprise until the 'men who, have the money are Con- vinced that it will be :a .paying prop- osition. At the present t'irh'e it costs We. per ;100. Ibs more, on the average, .to ship wheat from Alberta than from ATanitoba, and while this over come by the fact 'that'-'the Alberta- 'farmer'raises a larger'number, "of bush els per acre., yet he should have the benefit of his increased yield and .not be obliged to pay it out for transpor- tation. If grain were shipped west- ward wo would have an open port the year would have a short haul to according- to present rates save the per 100 Ibs. because the rates westward for Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY GO. LTD trade of the Orient? It .is natural that we should have it we can it if we want it, but 'to get it we must go after it. We. must make our preparations, and we must make them now! Tho province of Alberta is des-J tined to be the wealthiest province in I Western not in the Domin- j if wev do our sub- -.-I Mexico is a .good, market, for barley and every. alternate year a.' wheat importing country, but 'we can- j not ship the wheat from Alberta, be-[ WASTE OF TIME. means loss of power and. in- The Garbutt Business College, ytafford makes iitlBiisy. to develop power, and; to earn 'evening and day sessi Particulars about work are'yours if to Geo; J. Schmidt, .College, cause elevators are -not allowed: ;to load sufficient carsiat a .time to give: Extracts "from the Bales touting to Private Bills. 52. All applications ior Privatt Bills, properly the subject of legisla- tion by tbt Legislative Assembly of Alberca, within the purview of "The British North America Act, whether for the erection of a bridge, the making oi a railroad, tramway, turnpike road, telegrcph or telephone line, the construction or improvement of a harbor, canal, lock, dam, or other like work; the granting J of a right of ferry; the incorporation of any particular trade or calling, or of any joint stock company; or oth-i Market Place for SI SITUATIONS VACANT OF COAL Ml NINO ULATIONS Goal rff bta of in ManitoK ilbert. Yukon tin Territories and Britttb Columoia. mai for a term t twenty-out be at JUMuftFcenUl' ol to handle I Not more thaa acrei article of great merit just being in- be to business men, pro-) Application for, a fessional men and homes; pleasant work and big pay; exclusive terri tory to right man. Address Box 1828; Calgary Alb: general servan wanted. Apply Mrs. J. W. Bawden iTJ.i.0. U. IT. JJC4VTU.CJJ ermse for grantmg to any individua C0lner Glyn and Courtland Sts. 22-6 a. reasonable assurance to-the ocean i 'have. in crop in" addition to what we will liners that" a- cargo in grain will ;be ready'for them when they call at Van tad we used -the money for tele- couver. JUST ;TO SHOW THE, LOSS j- phone 'purposes -we 'would have paid I for "Bell" plant in the-pro I vjnce, .that was'bought -some months -nate a- properly tilled fal- low between greater total re- ;turns, than growing grain every year. 6. That-it pays to keep a summer fallow tilled properly to prevent -weed growth and maintain a moisture con- serving mulch; The discussions presented covers the yield harvested at the sub-sta- tions in the different parts of the the relative -yields'.' of different grains tested, and other points .of interest along" dry farming lines. farmer should write to the. experiment station at Bozerhan and get a copy. Alberta grain are as low as the rates eastward .for, Manitoba. We cannot take advantage, of these cheap er rates, however, because there are :no terminal facilities, for: handling the grain at- Vancouver, and. to sack the .grain-and handle -itVthat way costs 100 Ibs. Time- is not a fac- tor because, while shipping via the Suez canal '.if. takes practically 80 days, as against 50 days going by Fort .a rate has been given the far-: ago, have had sufficient mer's loss in 1908- in'-Alberta, but ,.lelt to ;build Calgary's street car sv-s- before giving -the figures we must bear {tern: in mind .that while all has we turned the money into poul not been shipped, to Fort would .have been able'to put 'prices-in -Alberta; -on: into. .Alberta; two 'million..-additional Fort, William prices, and the farmer j hens .to- have supplied British- Colum- loses the extra cost its- poultry' and eggs. This tion: and gets that, much less for .his .would' have: been an average of '-'fifty grain whether or not he ships. 'h hens for in the province. Six million bushels, of; wfheat'at a! Had "we. launched into hog raising loss of 6c. per -bushel equals .could" increased our stock by j two.per every family.'. Commencing on November 1st ele- Facl we. invested in clothes every vators boughVon a lOc. margin be- cause they were not sure when they cpuld. get extra cars and be hauled, around Lake Superior, farmer cpuld, have bought himself, new S25.00 suit; of clothes. Vancouver, down the Pacific oc- thertfore '.the.'farmer.- gets 5c. perbu- ean, across the Panama-''railway :Estimating.. the amount WASHINGTON EXCITED. JWadhington, Jan. subject has been gossiped about. recently at _the Capitol witli_ such fervor as Presi- dent- Roosevelt's disclosiire of Sena- tor Tillmaii'a alleged connection with an Oregon land deal, but the col- leagues of the South .Carolinian are inclined to withhold judgment, .until he has had an opportunity to ex- plain. It is likely that when the doors of the Senate open tomorroxv there will be a crowd awaiting en- trance to fill the- galleries many times. via the Atlantic to Liverpoo in 50 days. If we can ship as quick- ly- via the Pacific now, and load and unload at the Isthmus of Panama, what will. .be'., the saving of time as soon as the Panama canal is com- pleted? ..And if our rate is lOc. 100 ..Ibs. less now, when, we nave to load and unload and run tfce giain 30 miles in cars across the Isthmus of will be the reduction when boats can load at Vancouver ,and unload in Liverpool? THE MARKET UNLIMITED S.o far have been speaking entire-. ly onthe.-Liycrnbo! situation, which is practically the world's grain market, but it is a known! fact that the Re- public south "6f us enjoys a large countries bor- Last ocean. grain trade with the dering .on the Pacific .year they shipped forty million bush- els 'of grain from Pacific ports. While xhc United -States is at. present! a wheat exporting country, wheat purchased from November Ist-to close bf navigation on one million bushels, the loss would be >Taviga- tion has .been closed about a month and' the general" estimate is that only half our wheat has been shipped, therefore the balance, or three million bushels, would have to pay the addi- tional Sc.'j but one million HIGHER DUTY ON FRUIT. Hamilton, Jan." 0. Wentworth, toldi the members of the Hamilton''Fruit' and- Vegeta- ble Growers' Association that he in- tended-to use his influence with the Dominion Government to have a higher. duty placed on early fruit "and vegetables. POSITIVELY NO MORE FOR SALE bushels are kept, in the country, that would leave two. rnillion at a reduc- tion of oc. a bushel, namely, 000. Had we had an open port, and had .the elevators got cars freely, in- stead of buying- ;pn a 5c. margin they would buj' on a 3jc. pav- ing of on six million bushels, or Immediately on the close of navigarion Alberta "Red" wheat, from being sold at an a'dvance of -Jc. over :the same grade of Manitoba "JSTorthenv' is knocked by the Win- lipeg excliange-and-'sells..from 2c. to i after January ,1909. Nechaco Valley, _ B.C. wheat, fruit dairy land- Get your order in now. We reserve acres for your re-selec? tion, give you until 60; days Rafter trains: are" '.running through to, re- select. V--. OUR UNCULTIVATED -LAND we sell for per acre, per acre cash, balance 9 yearly- payments. is' -completed, next ''land, will ;j'.be selling for ?100 per acre. The. coming most resort in North' 2c. less. 2c. on three million bush- i XT Amcrica. Climate seldom below zero! els would be a total loss to the farmers on-six million bushels states are fast giving place' to corn of Fruit, fish and; game in states and the time is not far dis- tant when "the Americans will have no wheat to export but will have to import. Who. then, will secure the Nothing Without Effort If a man be_'. satisfied to accept the first thing a dealer shpws him, he'can't, expect to have ..other than ordinary clothes. Men, who take the trouble to insist on having. .._ "Progress Brand" clothes good .always get guaranteed by the "Progress Brand" label. Last year we raised about twelve million bushels of oats and the loss on these would be per bushel, or We raised two million -bu- shels, of barley and the loss on this would be 4ic. per bushel, or or a grand total loss to: the farmer this of all of whicb could have been saved the .farmer hail our grain been shipped via Vancou- ver and the prices not based on Win- nipeg- markets.: These figures are not absolutely accurate .but .are near enough to show us where we stand. WHAT THE FABMER "LOSES Lot-us see what the farmer''loses in the" The amount wr-ilc! have bought and paid for a four dol- lar pair of shoes for c.rcry in the province of It would j have paid for the breaking of to its Charter, if. the J ratifying" a certain By-Law recently winds. Abundance- No sand or rich Timber and coal near :by. Buy now at low and sell to the other fellow for high price. An investment of cash acres will make-you within two years or for 160 acres will make you We are cultivating 000 acres for ourselves.' You don't live on this land to own it. cents for beautiful pictures, map .and particulars. I. .B. .Snell, Rooms I and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre. Dufferin. St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Notice NOTICE is hereby given that the City of Lethbridge will apply to the Legislative Assembly fpiv of'Alberts, at thft next Session there- or individuals any exclusive or pe culiar rights or privUeges or for, doing any matter or thing vhich in its operation would affect the rights or property of other par- ties or relate to any particular class )f the community; or for making- an amendment of a like nature to ormer: Act, shall require a notice, learly and distinctly specifying the ature and of the application and where application refers to any proposed work, indicating gemer- ally the location of the work, and igned by or on behalf of the appli- cants such notice to be published, uring.two months, between the close f the next preceding Session and he-time of the consideration- of the etitiori, in four -issues- of'-The Alber- Gazette and of one other newspa- per published in English and within two weeks from the first appearance of such notice m the Alber- ta Gazette two copies of the said paper, published in English; and within two weeks from the first ap pearance of .such notice in the Alber ta Gazette two copies of the Bill, with a receipt irorn the Provin- cial Treasurer for the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, the purposes of this Hule 450 words shall be held to constitute a page and aJsb in the case of a bill incorporating a com- pany; a- receipt from the Registrar of Joint Companies for such sum as would be payable by the ap- plicant or applicants for the incor- poration of a company with a similar capitalization to the capitalization of the company sought "to be incorporat- ed by such bill shall be placed by the applicant in 'the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it "shall be to get the .said bill printed forthwith Copies of'the newspapers containing the first and last insertion of such notice shall be sent by parties in- serting such notice to the Clerk of the House, to be filed araongsT; the records of the Committee on Stand-j ing Orders. i TABLE OF FEES TO TO THE REGISTJRAB OF JOINT STOCK COMPANIES UN- DER RULE 52. (See Cap. ,20, 1901.) For a company whose nominal capital docs not exceed 000 For a company whose nominal capital exceeds the "above" fee of with the fol- lowing additional fees regulat- "ed according to amount of no- minal capital, that is to For. every of nominal cap ital or part of after "the first up to 000................................. P'or every of nominal capital or part of after the-first up to 000 For.: every -of nominal capital or part the first J. EJ COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. SITUATION WANTED. wanted by steady man; good habits; can give good reJ erences. Jas. P. Lyon, P.O. Lethbridge 17-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR on Coutti St., close to schoolj at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. FOR African veteran scrip, aheap: Block. V. Gibbons, Ott 21-0 i'OR acres and house, on Crubb St price half cash, jaknce easy Apply Y. Chow, or ihune 114. 25-6 TO RENT. bc to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the diitrict in wnitii the rifhti tp for are situated. 23-61 'ia' surveyed territory the iin-' must be described by sectioot, or gal subdivisions of sections, god u- unaurveyed territory the tract cd for shall be riaked Each application muat be aaroni panied by a fee of which will bs the rights applied for arc not available out not otherwise. A royalty snail' be paid on the -.mer- chantable output of the uiine at iht 'ate of five cpntg per ton. Every of coal miiung rjghu which are not being.operated shall furoisb the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement io that effect, at least once in each year. kThe lease ,wUl iuclu3e the coal mining only, bui'the legee ma; be permitted to-purchase trhatevei rights may be-con- sidered necessary" for the 'working 01 he mine at the rate of J10 an acre. for full information Application iQuld be ina d-i to Secretarr. oi he Department of the Ov aw a, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY. Deputy .Minister Of the I: 6-0 TO comfortable fui- msbed bedroom. Apply 422 G-lyn St. 24-6 TO small stable, close in, a month Office. Apply Box C, 23-0 or' a partly lurnished house; close in. Apply Rox -S, Herald Office. J 15-0 TO on Ford St., west of Round- suitable "for store or dwelling Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 20-0 TO rooms for two respect- able men. Apply 1408 Ford St. 20-0 FOR January roomed on two lots, fenced; ?10 per month. Apply Conybeare and Jones. 24-3 furnished rooms for ight housekeeping. Apply Bos: B, Herald. 25-2 j N publication .01 Lhis advertisement will not be SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any peiiou is the sole head I family, or any male over 16 yeare a, may homestead a quarter-sectfou available Dominion land in Hani ti ba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. jpplicant must appear in person at :he Domimon Lands Agency or Sub .'.pency for die district Entry toj may be made- at any a certain by' fatheT- mother, son, daughter; brotner-or ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOR Whaley Eoyce best make slide trombone, new condition S20, down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 iii ly -that' Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE for 1009 and the crop. averaged twen- ty bushels per acre and sold at 75c. per bushel, it would have brought ;n a revenue of 'but as 'that amount would not break and' do all the other work, and allowing an acre for 'breaking and seeding, had we saved our we would have acres more in crop for this year, that is, homesteads j Itd4w. Gait Hoa'pital, and for variations. and amend- providing for a grant in aid cf the construction of the new build- ing for the such other ments to said Charter as may then be deemed advisable. Dated this 24th day of December, A. D. 1908. Conybeare Jones, Solicitor for the City of Lethbridge. 1 Carpet Squares, Rugs. Linoleums T" You can always depend on an immense selection of these lines at this store. Spring goods are arriving and you will find here all tbe best weaves, designs and colorings. We import direct, securing the prices. When in need of Floor Coverings, don't fail to come here. You will find our prices exclusive in their reasonableness. The; Turpin furniuire Co. are Home Makers Tenders Sealed tenders will be re- ceived 'by the .undersigned, up to -8 (eight) o'eloeK p.m., on the 18th (eighteenth) day of January, 1909, for the privi- lege of selling and delivering .water in the North and all parts of the city, outside of the water inain system, the same -to be supplied by wagons, subject to the super- vision of the Council. GEO. w; ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 25-4 PRIVATE SALE of household effects, commencing Monday Jan. 4th, in- cludiTig mission -and golden oak fur- niture, range, cooking utensils, etc. May be seen during day or in even- ing. F. J. McKeown, Dufferin St., south side, second house east .of Bart- lett. 24-6 FOU 4 weeks ago, 1 mare aged brand S on left stiffle, color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn ..or information as "to where- abouts. Carlson, .Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. 18-30 10-16 light driving horse, both hind feet arrow head o.n left jaw aad shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge 20-0 of intending homesteader.. residence upon cultivation of the land in esch of thiee years. A homesteader may live- within nine miles of his stead OD a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, eon, daughtei, bicther or sister. in cortaia districts a honjesteadei m good standing pre-empt stead. Price per acre Duties, reside six months in eacb oi six years from of homestead Kiitiy (including required to homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra' A homesteader who.-lxas exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Piice per-acref rcsido bix "months in eaclt of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect Louse worth f300.00. W. W. GOBY, f i Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N.B. publicatloa- this advertisement will light duving horse botli hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for returii to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 PONY EXPRESS. you' wish your .trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets: clonned, apply at, Police Sta- tion. 99.26 ESTABLISHED Coal, Ice and PRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors I Office opposite Balmoral PHONE Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capitol......................... Reserve and Undivided Profits......____... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridfc Branch: CoahUle Block, Redpath St. TO THE PUBLIC x-Ve have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Drayitag outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for I DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly Cat h on delivery, J. S. PkHlips A. L. Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow's Store ;