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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbridge Pally Herald, Saturday, July 30, FageT. recofd for giving ouf cus- tomers good stock, courteous treatment and a square deal is one that we have a right to be proud of That's our only bid for YOUR patronage. We'll giv6 you the best of everything at the best prices, and that's about all anybody can do. When you want a few boards, or some lath, shingles, sash, doors or building material of any don't fail to come in and get our That's all we get otir prices, If we can't show you the advantage in buying here, then don't buy from Round Street Phone 763 CO. Westminster Road Phone 1063 at Lethbrldft N. Tabor Bow Igland Milk River High RlTw Claresholm Nanton Qranum Cirmanjw KIpp Jet Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial? If not, why not Are you aware of the fact that there are NONE better manufactured? Ask your dealer to show you Matches, Paper of all descriptions, Paper Bags, Tubs, Pails and Washboards. _ v He la not up-to-date .unless "he can show you woodenwafe made at EDDY'S; L B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada j'Vxvw ESTABLISHED CANADA AND WORLD'S WHEAT SUPPLY Continued From Page Three h lim fioii iaO to 150 cgji at a tine. 153 ISitare b the descendants of jingle pair will number HHraSm all ifcoold conlDence twof WILSON'S FLY in the season, and thus cur ofFa pmoortion of the summer crop. FAVOR (REPRESENTATIVES OF OVERSEAS PARLIAMENTS London, July a "meeting of the M.- P.'s held in connection with the movement for the securing of invitations to the representatives of the overseas' parliaments to the cor- the. idea was with hearty approval. The premier will "oe ap- proached on the matter. ago over signature of Mr. Archibald Blue, the Chief Officer of the Census Department: r Canadian Land suitable lor Cultiva- tion: Alberta, acres; Brit- iah Columbia, acres; AUni- toha, acres; New Bruns- wick, Nova Scotia, acres; Ontario, Prince Island, 000 acres; Quebec, acres; acres; to- tal, acres. According tojthls estimate ;there are 238 milHon acres of arable land Ih the west of Canada, of which accord- ing to common least millions would be suited for grow- Ing-wheat This is the figure recent- ly quoted, as a conservative estimate by the Minister of Agriculture in an address at Montreal. The places the ar- able land of the eastern provinces at 121 million acres. Of this only albout one million acres is no w under wheat, Jbut no doubt the, stimulus'of raising prices wotdd-Increase this average to at least 'tiiree million We seem, then, to have a total of 53 mil- lion acres still unused. At the rate of 20 ibuslielii to the acre our poten- tial crop is Increased from Its present 160 millions to million bushels. We find then" that a general survey of the situation shews that we still In various .quarter's of :the. world a great reserve power for ther production of, wheat. Argentina