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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta Bow Island Latest Townsitc On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days. Choice locations are being snapped up. 015 SELL FROIC IB J1S 01 EASY TERMS J. Olquist, Bow Wand, Alto. WHERE OUR M.P.PSJEET New for Lepslatare This Ycir NOT VERY LARGE WlSem art Urifew frictoi ALBERTA IS ADVANCING Report DepirtMBt of Apicatanre Proves it ABOUT OUR GRAINS Vfe) The health of the Nation will be improved by tii utwof ft COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Pure, nutritious and easily digested Tttft COWAJt CO.. TORONTO M I I f i MI run.....i......H......MM.....H.....tt HI tun mum I f f f f f f f f f T TIII Of Interest to Women W SOUTH IS PROSPEROUS A LUCKY MONTH "Widowed you'll be before your prune. Married in February's sleepy weath- er, "Life you'll tread in tune together. Married when March winds shrill and roar, "Tour home will lie on a foreign shore, IMarried 'neath April's changeful skies, A chequered path before you lies. .Married bees o'er May blos- som's flit, around your board will sit. 'Married in month of "Lite will be one long honeymoon. Married in uJuly, with flowers ablaze, Bitter-sweet mem'ries in after. days. Married in Atigust's heat and drowse, Lover and friend in your chosen spouse. Married in September's glow, Smooth and serene your life will go. Maried when leaves of October thin. Toil and hardship for you "begin. Married in veils of November mist, Fortune your wedding-ring has kissed. Married in days ol DeeenVber chseT, Love's star shinesvbrighter .from year vear. flower with cream sauce. Should be .trimmed from stalk and broken into sprays and placed in the cold water until wanted to cook. Have the wa- ter boiling and salted. Put in and cook until .tender usually from 20 to" 30 minutes is sufficient. Drain them and pour over the following sauce: One large tablespoonful of butter blended with. one heaping table spoonful of flour, add one cup of milk and cook about 10 It burns so be careful. When chicken is done remove to platter and carve roast. You can make a gravy if you wish. _ HOUSEHOLD HINTS Those who have had occasion to RECEIPES Coffee Cake G-oes well with apple sauce or bak- apples and cream. One cup su- gar, heaping tablespoonful beef drip- ping, or butter, half teaspoonful salt, yolks of two eggs, half cup strong coffee, two cups bread flour with one aud a half tcaspoonfuls baiting pow- eing roused on the question of the jreservation the old stone house of the Hudson's Bay Co., which onns part of the property purchased >y the Alberta Government for the purposes of a provincial musaum. ?he buildings are large and strongly built, and in a complete state of pre- ervation. With little alteration and epair splendid quarters for a pro- incial museum could be obtained, n' one of the most romantic and. his- oric spots in the whole province. Though nothing definite has been ndertaken it is expected that some- ling definite in this direction will e> donfi by t.hp. TTistnrioal So berta. iqno nf W. Or, Hunt, Alberta manager for .he Massey-Harris Co., returned yes- erday from a business trip to Leth- bridge. Mr. Hunt returned by way if Medicine Hat where he joined -frs. Hunt and family who have been >n an extended visit to Toronto and >ther eastern points. In speaking of he general .conditions 'throughout he country, as evidenced by collec- ions at the difforAnt, xr Hunt says that they are much better in the southern part of the province than in the north. In the south the business of the past year was fairly .Sftt.isfarrtyvry. The prOSTJSCts for next season he considers very good. A large acreage of wheat has been sown and ia in excellent condition. Business is good in both Leth- bridge and Medicine Hat, ;md while the fmanci.il stringency is felt to a certain extent, the people are confi- dent that the worst 'is' past, and that with the opening of spring business conditions will improve, BANK'S GOOD RECORD (Western Associated Press.) Toronto, Jan. Dominion bank has issued its statement for 1907. The total profits for the year are an increase of a hun- dred thousand over the previous year, badng at a rate of nearly eight- een per cent on the average pjaid-up capital. Aded to this, twenty-eight million brought forward from last and nine hundred ,and thirty-four thousand premium on new stock, making nearly one million six hun- dred thousand available -for distri- bution. A divident rate of twelve per cent, was declared. A balance of two hundred and thirty-five thou- sand was carried forward, while the entire profits from issue of new stock will be transferred to reserve funds. 792, 417 bushels from acres, compared with bushels from acres in 1906. The average yield of 9 years is 21-27 bushels, com- pared with the average yield of 14.2 in the state of Minnesota. A greater development is marked in fall wheat. The production of fall wheat has increased .from bu- shels from acres in 1903 to bushels from acres in 1906. The average yield is 21.2. The pro- duction of oats has leaped from'. bushels in 1393 to bushels in 1906. Corresponding increase are to' be noted in barley, fl-ax and speltz. The report of the chief weed in- spector