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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 71PSON 9 5 dark Gre Overcoats, worth 815.00, iv- y grey Overcoat, worlli Pea Jackets 2 brown duck wool lined POM Jackets, II. B. K. brand, wortli riduml to 2 black wool lined Pea Jackets, worth reduced to 3 3 heavy navy blue Pea Jackets, worth reduced to 4. duced to. I Boy's dark reduced to 95 Felt Slippers Men's English Felt Slippers, one buckle, worth SI .90, reduced to...............[ 05 Woo) Sox 50 Men's wool Sox, worth 25c per pair, rediu -il to..................... .2 for 2Sc 50 men's heavy wool Sox, worth 35c per pair, reduced to....................... 20c Rubber Boots Boys' Rubber Boots, worth S2.75, reduced Southern Alberta that railroad de- Telopment should be encouraged. Sooner or later a line will be buiU from here direct to Calgary. Al- ready a new railroad is seeking in- corporation with that in view. Lethbridge's duty now is to con- tinually keep this section of the province before the public eye. .Justat present, the boom at Ed- monton is drawing attention to the north, and, while Lethbridge and Southern Alberta should frown on a boom, at least the class of boom which Winnipeg experienced some years ago, still it is necessary that the resources and prosperity of this region should be legitimately em- phasized in every way possible. Southern Alberta, with the intro- duction of new railroads, would, we believe, offer as great inducements to the settler, as any section of the province. Fanning on the irrigat- ed lands has been a complete suc- cess and the men who have located on what are known as the dry land? are not grumbling but arc nourish- ing. It is not alone the duty o! the government and the Irrigation Co. to promote settlement, but a citizens we should persistently boost the district and the town Edmonton is succeeding after fol- lowing course. To our mind, there is no greater indnce- A.ny person unable to siand the winds here, should go East and freeze to death. HERALD HAMMERLETS. You never know how many 3eople want to treat you until you swear off. emphasized the importance or us- ing good clean seed, then they would improve the quality and in- crease the yield He had noticed some time ago that Alberta Red unevenly with many small heads. To improve and to keep up the good reputation of this wheat, it was necessary to sow absolutely pure seeds. Mr. Clark expressed his admiration for the Lethbridge district, and put in a good word for the beet sugar industry at Ray- mond. Mr. Willing, chief weed inspect- or 'for Saskatchewan, drew ,the fanners' attention to one locality in the west where 81111 weed seeds had been found in what had been sold as wheat. Smut, he said, could be prevented by treating the wheat seeds, with pure bluestone. Mix the solution thoroughly with the seed. One' pound to four or five gallons of water would do four or five bushels of seed wheat. He advised the use of fonnalene. one pound to forty-five gallons of water in treating oats. In all weeds he advised the killing of the plants, by as much plowing and harrowing as possible, before it had an oppor- tunity to seed. Angus McKay, of the experi- mental farm. Indian Head, explain- :-d to the farmers the two best ways to test seed grain. One of the causes of smut, he said, was the sowing of poor grain. S. A. Bedford, of the experi- mental farm. Brandon, and M. Mitchell, of Macleod. were with the train but they did not speak. The meeting lasted an hour and seemed to be much appreciated. From here the special went to Macleod. Each car is decorated with samples of poor and good grain, weeds. The speakers travel in a private car. Audiences that packed the Study Hall enjoyed, enjoyed the enter- tainment furnished by the Convent pupils last Wednesday a in I Thurs- day evenings. The performance of the young folks was remarkably. clever and enthnasiastie praise was offered by the people, who display- ed the good judgement to be present on one or other of tLe evenings. In the operetta, es- pecially, the pupils acquitted thein- selues like "old timers" on the stage. The Sisters, who devoted so much time to the instruction of the boys and girls for this delight- ful ati'air. are to be warmly com- plimented and the pronounced suc- cess of last weekrs performances, should encourage them to rrepare the children for other entertain- ments in the future. Owing to the crowded condition of our columns, we cannot publish the program in full. Toronto spends four millions a year in booze. They must wash their feet in it down there. Free fights at Taber are nearly is frequent as births at Raymond. Three births last week, je.thbridgc grow. Watch The Alberta and Hiebert. cute they are. Robertson to is company: three is a crowd." CAUGHT ON THE FLY. Dr. L. W. to be a lot. of owls in this country. I saw six while driving from Leth- bridge to Stirling. Wm. Taylor. C. P. R. car in- have an acre of land, which I have cultivated every year for eleven years and never had a failure. One year I cleared with the vegetables I raised on it, J. H. Alexander. orgmizerC.OF. have lived in all the provinces of Canada, and to my mind Alberta is the best. Fred No, I am thinking of buildin an would be any money in it. you? not opea; th An important Event Month. Next Crops Look Good. From the Calgary Herald. The condition of the fall wheat of Alberta today is declared to be ex- cellent. C. W. Rowley manger ot the local branch of the Canadian Btuikof Commerce, has received word from a large number places and it is most favorable. The acreage is largely increased as com- pared with 1905, and the progess of the plant is good m every in- stance. From Leth bridge the report as serts thai the fall wheat acreage i: heavy, and as a result of receii snows, in very favorable condition From Nan ton the fall wheat is very fair average. High River is not quite so opti mistic, the report saying that th wheat .has not secured a good star yet. except that on the summer fal whi'.-li is most fla.ttsrinfr. It is six inches high on summer fal- low and quite That put in after September 15, however, is not so goi'-d. A favorable spring, however, will result in a large crop. Macleod reports a splendid con- dition and prospects of a fine yield. At Claresliolin, one of the "Al- berta Red" districts in the west, the condition is most satisfactory, the plant is strong and making ex- cellent progress. AInch snow has fallen there, which is good. At Pineher Creek everything is reported progressing with a largely increased acreage and prospects of a huge yield. Two feot of snow fell in that district in December and much of it remains as a warm. By those who ir> month arc born, No jewels <2vc Garnets should be worn They will ensure you constancy, True friendship arid fidelity. Accurate and durable in use and within reach of your pocket book.-------- These are the greaVqual- ities that are round in all AYATCHES sold at this store. Satisfaction guar- anteed.---------------------- Successor to A. Zilliax Jeweler Optician KEAN'S -FOR- High-Class Confectionery -FRESH- Grapes, Oranges, Apples Figs and Dates JAPANESE ORANGES ONLY SOc PER BOX OVSTl-RS AND CELERY H. L. Stephens Malt RocLcudorf When you come to the Me- tropolis stay at the Palace Hotel per day Opposite C. P. R. 1 Depot Stephens Kockendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta J. W. Kean Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Lethbridge !A City Hammond Bros. PKotograpKers To advertise their fine and up- to-date Portraits, will give Free Sittings To -vno call THIS M we carry now as extensive and varied an assortment of Jewelry. Watches and Clocks as any jeweler in any city in the West. No Money To Pay at the time of sitting. If j you don't like them when finish- i ed, don't pay for them. HAMMOND BROS. A seed fair, stock judging school and poultry show will be held here on Feb. 21, 22 and 23. This was decided upon at a meeting of the Agricultural Society on Monday evening. The Dominion Seed Growers Association has donated a aluable medal for competition at the seed fair. It was decided to offer prizes of S10 and 85 for the best steer or cow for stock judging purposes. W. D. Whitney kindly otTercd the use of his barn for the stock judging meeting. D. J. Whitney intimated that he would give a prize of ten dollars to any resident of the town of Loth- bridge who shall have planted the largest of shade or orna- mental trees during the past three years and during points to bo allowed for cultivation and aspect. E. Hogell supplemented this of- fer by offering five years1 subscrip- A. Hamil- ton. E. Hagell and D. J. Whitney will endeavor to interest the city council in the work of the society. Fred Rooney. of the Arlington, very kindly donated a book caso to the society for its library. It will be placed in the council room. The society will support Calgary in its effort to secure the Dominion exhibition in 1007. wct cover tne rowng gran. NOTICE Notice is hereby that ap- plication will be made at the ft'rst session of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Alberta, for an Ordinance incorporating "The Em- pire Club" for the purpose of es- tablishing a Club in the Lethbridge for social with the usual powers incidental thereto. DATED this 13th day of Janua- ry. CONYBEARE T.VES, Solicitors for Applicants. Town of purposes tion deputation of City Bakery OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Reed Co. Props. We have in stock a large quantity of CADBIRY'S GOODS direct from the Old Coun- try, which we are selling at very moderate prices. WESTERN I WAREHOUSE CO, Ltd. We are up to City Standard g but the Best" Our Motto. i W. J. Armstrong i I JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIA Railroad Transferring. Dray- ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly. HAY, OATS. SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick Cockshutt Machinery v Webber and Adams Wagftns Canada Carriage Buggies. Etc. J. F. RODGER3 'Plione 63. Manager. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. Dominion "We also carry a Com- plete line of CONFECTIONERY A Trial So icited NOTICE Merchant Sanderson, liberal, has been de- Do clared elected in Kinistino. Sask., hy 49 majority. lj you want the Latest Thing in a New SUIT OR OVERCOAT Call on Them. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. I j 11 NT even numbered section of j fl Lands in Manitoba, "Sjskatch____ Alberta, excepting 3 an 1 not re civtd. be by any person who is !h; e head of a family, or any over IS years 10 the ext-n'. of quarter Hcalon o! 100 acrcfc. more or less. En'ry mat he made persona'ly at the local land ofllcc ferine district In which the land Is situate, or If the homesteader desires, he may on jppllcation to the Minister of the Interior Ottawa, the Commissioner or Immigratim i Winnipeg, or the local agent receive authority Tor some one to make entry for him. The homesteader la required to perform ;hc conditions con-ectcd therewith under oi the f. llowlnj; jilans.: 1. At least months' residence upon and cultivation of the land In each year for three years. 2. If (be father (or nether. If the father !s deceased) of the home leader resides upon a farm In the vicinity of '.he land entered for tfce requirements as residence ma; be by.-iich person sctiliJinR wiib father or mothci. 3. If the settler has crrcwncnt r, sldcncc npon farming land owncjJ by him in the vicin- ity of his homestead, the resulrcrr.cnte aa to residence may be satisfied by rcirl ;cnce upon the Maid land. Six monks' notice In writing should be given tu tlic Commissioner of Dominion at Ottawa of Intention io apply for patent. Xv.xv.CORV. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior Homer Hutchison I The Harness Men Have a complete and well assorted stock of anything that a horseman needs. Blankets, Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING YOU WANT AND EVERYTHING RIGHT Homer Hutchison KOQTENAY MARBLE WORKS Notice is hereby given that thej town of Leth bridge will, at the! first Session of the Legislative As-1 scinbly, for the Province of Alberta j apply for an Ordinan co in corporal- J ing it as a city, with alt powers j JamCS M necessary nnd incidental and to ratify and confirm certain Debentures issued in pursuance of! By-law No. of the said and also to ratify and confirm By-j law No. 208 of the said town, andj a certain agreement entered into! thereunder with certain Railway! Companies. i Bated this 5th day of January, A. D. 1906, Conybeare Ives. {Solicitors for the town of Best of Cigars, Smoking Tobacco Lethbridge. Pipes and Smokers' Sundries ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rcdpath Street. LETHBRTDGE, ALTA. WALLACE IIASELTON Btrber Shop ind Pool Room Shacklcton Simpson Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Retail Barnes Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL 'AGENTS Office-Second Fiosr Sonthard Block Pest. Office Box 3 Telephone Wo. 1.22 ;