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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. July TITE LETTTBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pagt S Ygjjjgmget a u if you patronize firms advertizing on this page Buys 150 foot h-onlage facing streei ifack in South Lelhbriclye.' cauhi o and 0 months. This snap only be on the market for few days. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Elk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY FOR SALE 7 roomed fulh mortem cottage, new, on one anil one halt lots ,n one of the hcsl locations in the citj Price foi a ten dajs only, Terras, 5SOO caih, balance easv Alberta Loan and Investment Cov Limited 1J14 GRAIN CROPS SOUTH ARE IN FINE SHAPE Revenue Producer Farm consisting oJ I GO acres 11 miles I'roirf Nan ton; 7 miles Ironi Parkland; miles, liom new 0. N. R. lownsitc; 1 mile from school and church.' This land is level, free fioui blone; soil is heavy'dark loam. 120 acres in ouls, in lino condition; 40 aeics to he summer-fallowed. The crop will tic Avorlh Price Pei- Acre, TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER' The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1098. Office Macdonjld Building. SPLENDID BUILDING .LOTS Slots on Cioss (5Ui AA'C. A. 1ST.) close to EJndrrgnilen School. Price S310 each; One-third balance 4 and 8 mouths, Nortli Lethbridge Realty Co. Snap for Quick Sale 20 acies, (krt of L S D 12, N D 1 4 30 S 20, w 4th, situated only thiee miles due east of City, at per acre, on easy terras. Applj A. E. M. PAGET Public Accountant lOi Farmtr Building Winnipeg, Man. Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA Owlng'tci the fact that we have had a considerable mimher of clients who were not able .to purchase JliO acres, we have just pur- chased a large tract in the Nechaco Valley of which we will sell in 40 acre tracts; First Payment Monthly Payment Acraa. 40 Price per acre JjilJ.OO The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Uoom 1-fi Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs SECURITY IXMiKTMKX'J1 CO., LI3HTEJ) "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Letnbrldge, Phone 768. Room 207, Timpleton Building, Silt Lake City, v> Raymond Alta Phone 5 A Correspondent Covered the Whole District and Found Farmers, in an Optimistic Mood The Herald's special representative tins been busy during.the lust coupie of days going througli the district south of Lethhridgc gathering autlicu- tic figures and information regarding crop conditions -for this paper. The district covered has been the C. P. R line from Wilson to Coutts, the Card ston branch from Stirling Junctloi to Cardston; and the homestead coun try east of Warner and Lucky Strike The information which tiic llerali sivcs Is reliable-andr may be taken as an absolutely correct and impartia report of actual conditions as the> have been found In the district cover ed. For the facts-and figures, the representative of this paper called upon the presidents of Boards Trades, fanners, 'bank managers ant leading citixens, and. the Jicures sei down may he absolutely relied upon Coutts Had Narrow Escape At Coutts the representative got his information from a prominent merch ant who gave out information that conditions on both sides of the international .boundary'ut this.point had begun to_assufne a serious aspect 'when the rain came. He had been in conversation with several of the farm- ers of the district during the last couple of days, and was' confident in making the statement that this rain will bring forward any backward grain, and will save the situation for tho far south. He reported .that if anything, .conditions were worse ,pn tho Montana side of. the boundary the few showers which Coutts and Sweet Grass had had during the dry period before, the passed from the Milk River. Ridge over .to 'the S'weet Grass hills, escaping the poi; tion of Montana south and west of Coutts. Milk River Looks for: Bushels north to iUilk River uls trict, conditions seemed to improve, and tlie growth of giain ami the amount sown s-eemed greater. In con; vorsaiion with W. McDonald, of the Milk River Mercantile, the Herald .was informed that. a. good raia' had-fallen both at Coutts and Jlilk all the' homestead country these points. BaJd Mr. McDonald, "are. all first class, -and everything seems favorable foi a bunipei crop jield this jear Crops, i-f anything, homestead district east of Milk River than they aie in the immediate vicin ity of the town, but this ,gram of Mill be maiKeted at Milk rtnei, and mil go to increase Milk Rnor's shipment this fall assin, Lntkj StnUe and Altoiado will nil contribute their stare .to. swell Milk Rivers laige estimate anj it will be largeij due to these distncts that the additional bushels es timated over that of last year is .an- ticipated Milk Rner this >ear fig llies on bushels being maiket ed from this shipping point, and fioni piesent indications it that their estimate is not too' great to .be realized. Warner Will Outclass 1511 With a retold of I5V4 bushels of wheat, 100 busheli, of oats, 51 bushels of barley and IS bushels of flax raised, pel acie, the hustling lown and progressive: farming district: Qt the southern branch of the G.: P. R; promises outclass anj ciops pio dlicetl in 1911. Last year the esti mated yield for this district was some- thing like 100 000 bushels and this jear an additional oO 000 bushels at least has been predicted .by those who are familiar with conditions and know the possibilities of .Warner soil nmlei proper weaXhci conditions' this district'will probably be able to.show, as much fail wheat as anj distilct south of Lethbridge. Bushels, in Homestead Country Few people who have not visitecl the homestead district reast of Milk River, Warner, New ling an> idea of the immense possibilities and advancement in ihia I locality.. A drive through.tile district north tind south was a revelation to the representative of the Herald. Land has been broken throughout the en- tire district, and a good deal of fall wheat bus been- sown. Never before in the short history of the homestead country has there such a bright outlook in iho immediate district of Lucky Strike. It is said that thero is something in the vicinity- of bushels of grain, mid this the Herald believes is looking better thnil. the grain farther west, along the railway. At the present time the haul from Lucky Strike to-tlie closest railroad lioint is some forty'.miles. It was hoped Hint this the Stirling Wc.vburn branch which is building from Stirling to Wnybiirn be completed far enough cast: to admit all this hirge amount of grain being hauled to points on the now. line. Last year V. Veiinum. onq. of the largest land holders in Lucky Strike district, iliriiil that thought It. .would bi> n 'fcood-, Kcheme -.'or a graili merchant to buiid au oi'trntor along tho pro- posed and hold tile grain till this your when It could bo more easily 'transported to market. The Herald has on good authority to sij that theie will bo a good possi. blllty of work: 'on' the second twontj- live or forty' inl'.es of this line being al least begun tliU fall, hut It hard ly 'within tho range of possibility that it will be laldlfnr enough M enable Luck) Sttike and Tnlth districts to ship.tills .way. first twenty-live miles o'f the road .will-be completed for earlj fall shipments of kraln, and its soon .as .completed it is believed that work the east uor tion of the contract., This will bring a railroad leu miles of Strike, and be a valuable asset to the district. A large number of have gone, into this country .-this'spring, and have broken land add some of them have seeded crop which will be harvested this fall A great area of fall nheat will be sown In-the Lucky. Strike district and ihrbughout'the .entire homestead coun tij. New Dayton Half a Million The liest .wheat-on the C. P. R. line, to Great Falls '-.was seen in.'New Dayton district1 This disliict has been favoied this "eai with frequent showers Milk Itiver Ridge, and in .the: southern portion of the district, these .have produced marked affect on the crops Ii this' particular.'district the growth i large, and uniform "'and the clean The amount of moisture m the New Dajton soil be esti mated from, the fact "that steam, and gasoline plowt been operating dining the entire season Speaking ith G C McDonald, mauagei of theai will best be known for its large yield ot grain. Speaking :.wlth President .1 S; liolman, of the Hoard of Trade, the Herald re-piescntatue leaincil that the district was expecting, a larger jielrt thin last icai and the Meld credited in last year's estimate was set out as 200.000 'bushels, and the representative was .unable to get a definite estimate of.Jhe yield this year, bill it 'will be safe to say that barring accident, Sth'ling will pro- duce ,at least. bushels more limn last year. Steam'outfits have been al work during all the spring Mason, ami l-'i'ge area cf new land has been broken, an-.t will be seedcrj this full. Next year's area of wheat will probably doilMc Hint of Wells Prosperous, Looking The district between'New Dayton and Sili ling is ells, and here Ihere Is a piospe'ous district with a fiplen did of giiin this Jcal The 'farm of the Alberta Wheat Growere has mi elevator at this an' '1300 iicrcij.of land Is being1 handle by the company. H. H. Goldnwo'rthy U.Sc., is manager and Is said to'b the highest paid farm manager.! Southern Alberta. Uist year Well Siding produced something In th1 neighborhood, of bushels o grain, and this-year it IB estimate! that at least -buBhete, will shipped. Wilson a Productive District Wilson Siding is eight miles from Lethbrldge, and received its name after K. H. Wilson, comptroller of tin old A. It. I. A total yield of 000 bushels from a district: which four or years ago was a 'bal praiiie except foi a small farming j district in vlcinitj ot Stilling something amazing to those who ate unaccustomed to, seeing tlie 'western American farmer get down to busines In most cases steam. has 'been IIBBI tor breaking. for Cardston Branch A total yield of bushels o grain for a section'of..cbuntry servet by fortv miles of raiivsay is a ban statement for the average citizen to take in, but the Herald has been mos care-ful in its estimate for. this, dis trict this year, and the 'figures hav been carefully, compiled, and a1 con, serv alive estimate taken The south ern representative of this .paper feels that it is not exaggerating to say thai between'Raymond and Cardston both districts' included the total yield o] grain 'will b-e in the neighborhood ol a 000 000 bushels rain has fallen over this entire .district during the gieatei part of the summer In the Canlston, district and between that and Jlagriitti showers have been most frcnuent, and giain is not in the least suffering fiom drouth Raj hiond cannot be said to have'suffer- ed Tlie condition of the grain is excellent, and the entne Cardslon 'branch, perhaps, is the best off of any distlict in the southern part of Sun ny. Southern Alberta The 'bright prospects for Cardsion were published yesterday and-were not in the least exaggerated. Spring Coulee "Spiing Coulee nevei looked better than it does this jear Winter wheat is splendid and will make a verj good crop if we don't have anv moie rain Spring wheU Is also up to the stall da d, and all'signs point to a recorr jield of this varietv We have other reason to that the best in the history ot'SpilnS Coulee will be taken off these fields in this ills trict this 'coming fall. Oats, barley and flax are doing splendidly. Gard ens aie up fine, and there is a spirit ot optimism In the air This is how a prominent farmci expiesses himsell on ciop conditions in that section of the country to a'press representativ e the other, day. Bus., Magrath'i Estimate Magrath deseives us Garden Citj" of Sonthein Albeita, the town having one of the finest farming districts in all the Province of Al bcrta. As well as being favorably situated in a bower of trees the'town has on all sides land which produces abundant ciops of giain which aie always sure and a great revenue to the farmeis who work it The Herald the othei daj had an mteiview with Geo W and his enthus- iastic replj to an enquirj regaiding crop conditions was this 'Everjthing assuied for a splendid crop of giain and hiv Ideal conditions have ed all summei at "Magialh Summei (allows have been well woiked, and nro now in excellent condition foi seeding with fall grain We had I inches of precipitation and since that iccord was taken we hive hk.i two hoavj showers" Jir IlcU'iershnw is one of Magiath's largest raimete, and when he sjieaks on ciop conditions ev civ both listens, because they know that Gco Heathoishavv knows While ibis district has not a great area of fall wheat, still the amount of spring vheat. which fanneis were able to get n, far offsets any. deficiency that might come thiough a lack of fall glain A great aiea ot has ,own and all the seed barlej that could be bought In the district and which could be imported was brought in and put into the .ground. This is an excellent crop and Is included in Jingrath's estimate of one million and threc-duartcr bushels of grain. Welling Practically Safe Speaking with, J. T., Henlnger Jr., the large Welling farmer, the Herald i-epresentativc learned that the.heavy rain reached Welling district .just, in time. Queried as to whether trict had suffered -very much, from the continued Mcninfrer would not rtdm.lt thVit had, but said that It would not have gone many days longer till suffering would haye been experienced. He, has on his own farm a larg-a area of fall .wheat which he was able to get in list jeai This spring.both bis "steam outfits Were nt work plowing and.preparing the laud for spring crop with the icsult that ho has this yenr a much larger crop than ho had last year.1 'Asked an to the amount of land sown in the dis trict, he said he believed that taking Ihe Welling district aji a whole there viould be veiy much more giain growing ndn than this time last jeai Pall" wheat, however, 'will not bulk Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BLOCK. PHONE KOf. 1113, 1910, 100T. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRE. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE I i f SHERLOCK BUILDING; LETHBRIDGE "An Old Establlthed'FIrm of Good Repute." Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few Lots in Parkdale YOK fnqrth on 7th Avenue South, SNAP, 12100., v 125 It, coiner 7th Avenue South, and 12th St. South, cash, balance 6 and IS months L. S. Ripley Company argeb in this vears shipments, hut Air Henlnger predicts that from th-a elevatois at Welling and the siding heie, there will go out a veiy much argei amount of grain than was ship- ped last year. "Sugar Slty" Has Best Fall Whe.t Rajmond is known throughout the piovmce as the "Sugar Citj" of South ern The town is dese'iving 5 its name because in this vicinity here is an aiea of suaai beats laiger :han that grown ill nnj other district n the Dominion of Canada. rom this ciou there is m the district area sown to g.am nearly as large as that of anv district south of, Leth- bridge, and fiom this point theia was shipped lact vear an of grain almosl equal to that bf the laig- shipping: points on Ihis railroad jsfem This district.can oast, of the finest stand" of Jail Wheltt n the distlict south -of, Lctnbndse. 'he area to jis ,not arge, but one piece bclonging'to ihe iiught Sugar Co, Ltd., ajid, grooving bout two miles easUof Raymond is low headed out, and will be i eady tor lilting in a short time The yield 3 healj and pcrfecllj even, and has lot suffered In the least trom th' louth which the tlhuiict has enccd Raymond has the arivantiRe T not being surrounded by many very urge farmers. ORANGES .ONCE UNDER THE-BAN (London Chronicle! Oranges were for some ibited fruit- in Holland. When-the Flavian was established the Rc of color of the standtholder's n'nilly became so hateful to the pop ilnr parly lint, not satisfied with iclling the prince, they passed.a Inw orbidding the sale of ornngos arrots. and ordering .ill persona who :rcw-lilies'or marigolds in their gar- ena lo 1'luck iijvthe plants and des- loy them. 'Ibis prohibition n force until ISOli. when Xapoleon mile his broiler'l.oills King of Hoi- and. H P. DWIGHT DEAD Toronto, July 4 H. P.Xl DtMght.( aged S4 dent o! the Great ern Telegi aph Company of Ca- nada, died at his two o clock-this afternoon- He-' had baen-associated Tith the, company since Us formation seventy jears ago, starting as a meBsengeT hoy. s CONFINED TO REGINA Ottawa, Ju'y Premier Perley this morning receiTed the fpl- telegram from Premier Sco'tC 0.' Saskatchewan' "Referring to jour kind message, I may state that a few _' localities In Saskatchewan eiperienc- a heny wind storm Sunday, but we have no report of any fatalities or extraordinary damage thaa In Regina." A Money Maker (Exclusive Lilting) 7 1-2, lots on 7th Avenue South, on corner of .street car line. e can recommend this to be' a Rood Investment and can divide same If necessary. HOUSES TO RENT TO The Dowsley Mulhero Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th ;