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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 12. TTTK LETKBRTDGK DAILY HER ALP Sahinlnv, .'Jmie.3, 19.1 j.' WEEK'S SUMMARY OF .THE CROP autumn before the winter's coal supply Is ordercc chilly days when some warmth from the furnace is desirable. Then the GAS RING is appreciated. Just light it for an hour or two ana ihe house will be comfortable. Unlike a jras log. the G3.S RIXG does not rer.uire removing or the pas pipe disconnected. Instead, it's a permanent feature. It simply takes the place of '.he lower section of tlis fire-pot. The GAS RIXG is always ready for use. It cannot be clogged up with dusc or ashes. It's very economical. If your coal fire should po out you can easily start it going: again by lighting the GAS RING. If our apcnt cannot give yorc complete the GAS FJNG write direct to us. OL' So1-era! of the in av'i'ii'ultural ciiYk'f. -'fa haM1 cont-cnted in an time of ihe o win- four to u Ar i ho TV'iuosi of several of our olu'i-kod for some rinu- ruid many of them in j or, the warm rains Ala.v I'rouulu i! r Blares. Uie Hontld will pub i forward (juickly. and the and a !i roui this tivno forward 'uiif iiirhoo-of rainfall in that month crop i.- luir. cr-iod. a tli- continued warm weather j condition.? :iiid oni- jsiiuv, have made conditions i other than iticv.l. Tlic .ueiipr- j dins c-oraliticns wi-re naturally l-oiter and ihr amount of j !'ur uiMier sprint; crop is >iiso j i1 th-iu usual. !i is generally j I !iur the ir.uh'r crop i year is at per j I'out Creator than j At prosen; aciva iic-oil state :cr ih; During the las; Ler wheat has inciiey. and is u i-tooled stand, varying from ten to eighteen inches in heigiu. Some I fields will be headvd cm before June if practically ali will be that far J jj anceci by l. appear- j jj to look too far alidad it is more I -han iikeiy that some futriisK will be i f during first of August. Spring grains are very rap- jg !dly. and although so win a was uon- cilj late in the E ri.osi 0: nie spring jrniiti.> are now up ii in many cu'.ses shading thej? coming as it did j I so heavily during- the kruer part of j J when most, of the spring crop j5: in t.he ground, made the very best jjj! of grovv-ing conditions riiese crops, jfi Seventeen Models, with choice of colors and equipment, in half-fore doors, full doors, torpedo body. Garage 1227 Bornpas Street (Old City Auto Garage) Competent Mechanic in Charge Cars Stored and Repaired at Moderate Charge (his prir.-; Ken as favorable as .nost sanguine cirMcl v.-isl; rains last fail ar rhe liiuc- cf sfed ing for "'hoiii ' fairly or" nioisrure for that. iho year, and the te." wheat nuide ;in gaiiniu" good root t'or rJie -.viiuer througbcr.t the winter kept the young jj Call and inspect our varied stock of these fine vehicles. jjj Twenty styles set up in our show room. Dusilop Tires A thousand dollars v.orth of casings unri.tubes in stock in ylzcs from x 1-2 nu. The features of ibis season's I'Minlons are u tnncli heavier stock, two extra thicknesses of oi'.nvas. a tube-protecting Hap attached to inside of each casing. Dunlops are giving splendid sutisfaciKiu. CalJ and examine these" tires. DISTRICT Fail-bank's 25 H. P. Tractors, De Laval Cream Separators, Fairbanks Gas En- gines. Scaies. Windmills. Etc., Campbell Sub-Surface Flours. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hay, Grain. Seed, and General Produce, quotations. WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES P. 0. SOX 112 Cor. 2nd Avc. and 12 1-2 St. S. (Ford St. East.) TELEPHONE 1244 Write or wire for For ssle by Stafford-Agnew Co., Lethbridge pianis and the iiraour.: C'r'A rho aclvaiice during rhe lasr ren kiileu i sitiaii. Maay (amilies in Gin are i online lu- fan; me. (rondv.-jn, secivtisry M.C. A. will "be- weath ford j made Vi'ith a good surplus of Juois- u iiip gro'.ir.d. and riie ir oi' early spring, the wheat od at an early date, and .-in admirable i A slight touch of frost aootu a week ago had a rather de.-jivssing effect for the ririie but as no serious re- Sims have aiteiicjc'd it. farmers .are now assured riiat their prospects never better, und look forward to the best year in rhe history of Alberta. They show their couiidence, too, hi u pracric-ai manner, in the large acreage that is being, broken in every direction, and it looks j as i' there would be nearly fifty per jig WE WILL RENT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS ALi. OR A PORTION OF A 26x100 CONCRETE CELLAR pi; 12 .feet deep, with use of spur track ami elevator. This is specially suitable t'or a wholesale business f 3 hiilt'Jtar. Plowing.. Ecoaomical Convenient. Durable Long lived, easy steaming. Alberta-Special boiler of great capacity rors Compouad-.-eeonomy all clay reserve power for eraergeaciet. No dead centre. Starts a lieavy load slowly Xo sliocks to gearing and .ihafting Massive steel gears running in a bath of oil in diift-proof cases Direct transmission of power without either clutch or idle sear All the conveniences but no traptf. A long record of success in this district That's DISTRICT WHEAT CENTRE Wheat Centre. May Centre was well represented at Bow City on Monday. .Messrs. Haimii left Friday fqr Bow j more under crop in 19.12 than Mr. and J. 0. Rocnicke spent relatives at West- Mr. Booth left with his breaking out fir for i he north on .Monday. ---lr. Larsen is -buyy these days improving his homestead. Xriss Roenicke. has been visit- ing her sister near Taber for rhe past i tvro weeks, has. returned home. The rainy season has begun the crops and breaking are good, and al! 3URDETT LOCALS 1 ;ifi; Alia., El-! a .visitor in town Thurs-; nunaaier of the u" :i'.e Stacey Lumber on the oi in-r beer, livino; at- Buw the homesteaders are v-'earihsr smiles. la'uad KurdcM, :be nela at niavefi on; has been ion Saturdav. .lime 11, comiuencing at ON SUNDAY SCHOOL FETE TO BE HELD AT SUNDIAL Union Sunday School fete' is to the Sundial school grounds Tin e is on saiuruav. .mue VVhv! 1 umu 0-eloclc 1 u -ill h, played at Burricti, A good TMs is Reeves Compound Steam Lift and Hand Lift same Reeves quality. Prompt deliveries assured. Address BOX 2OOO, LETHBRiDGE HERALD ntended to he a. Rally br- -iv0a and supper by Day fete for all vbe Sunday .-s .vul. lJu-tv Island urchcs- schools in the Sweet Valley ana Lone i.iie ir.usic. ;star Meiiicdist mission fields, and A. p il. 8. the hustling hardware pastor in charge of tiie man of Burden, Tuesday sold iivc Sweet Valley inissJon field, renders hinders, and L'nniplet-e .1. I. Case! a hearty invitation i.o the Lone Star, X out-lit. (Rolling Green. Sunny Hill. Kasimir, rrups around and in this vicin- j Yet wood. Sweet Valley, and all the sjity, are more than looking good, and Sunday schools in the surrounding jcood crop is praflicallv assured. districts to attend. All parents and A. Mclnnjs has been elected nsan children ai'e tendered a hearty invi- 01 baseball team here, and tation, aud a good' afternoon's enter- j Tee above is situated in iy. 2-25-3, six miles from Cardsrbn. two nniies from Etna. Etna contains a school, post office, blacksmith shop and store. The nev.- railroad through Pincher City will come within one mile of the farm. Forty-five acres of the is seeded with Winter Wheat, well. There are one hundred acres of fresh breaking to be completed -May loth. There are two springs of water flowing winter and summer, cite on each quarter. Each quarter is well ?-Pd if need. A good log house, log barn, coop, two good cellars, two good horse aud corrals, are on tbe The farrr. lands -vJjo'r. a good scoiion of governmeni: wafer reserve, the use of which mar be enjoyed. The farm is clear of weeds. For iull particulars apply to 0. IT. Bates, CanMon P. or A Smith, Lethbridge The sale, will lake place 051 the premises on all hope he will make a good Burdett will celebrate on -Julv this year, and are planning, to n-ake tainment. aad also a seed programme evening, are proirased. Are You rs i building I When selecting your paper for your new house, be careful. You will benefit by using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEE! PEERLESS SHEATHING is also good paper. We will be pleased to. mail samples on re- quest. Trade only supplied. errick- Anderson Makers. Winnipeg. it the best ever. Keep a look-oul iori'v''il! a ten-siorey building 100 -.IT- -____. __ j.i r the posters. Fielding lei i yesterday fur Tab er. wlii.'rc lie will take the census j dis- i The Winnipeg Electric Railway Co. r Fergus will give a fixed assessment f Grt-ut' Xorlhern Railway Company encourage householders. j ;iicd v.-itl. 'the secretary of stale a fcer, square in AVinnipeg for their j To. provide for estimated liriiincial j j'srsi and rci'iiiulins: mortgage for njqi.iiren-.ents for half a century. UK; LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. 16 mares, in foal, from 1100 to 1300 pounds, all under S years old. 6 geldings, under 8 years old, .from nut) to 1300 pounds. 4 two-year old geldings. IMPLEMENTS i hay press nearly new. 3 lumber wagon, double box. 3 1-2 iron. 1 bni] boy rake. 1 hay derrick, complete. I sulky jjiow. Scotch clip. 3 double sets of team harness. LIST OF STOCK 2 three-year old geldings. 2 three-year old fillies. 5 colts, rising one year old. G choice dairy cows. j north of thai place, in the rura 'irict.. I Ashlon is now oaintins ihc Puhiii- school, which v. ill ira-1 prove the looks very much. j The BiTrdcit Tennis Club has been j organized, and now have about ten I i lady members and gentlemen, i and ai! are enjoying the game. Don't for-c-1 Burdett. on July 4th.. -Skin is celling to be a past mas-j tcr ai. the tennis winning from i Proi'. V.'rishf by 3-6, 2-6' and -l-ti. i Mr. Mavweil, who has iKld blood' poison in'his hand, is now improving HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I choice cooking range. 1 extension table. 1 kitchen cupboard. 6 chairs. 2 bedsteads complete. 1 heating stove. A cumber of cooking utensils, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE CASH, BALANCE IN FOUR ANNUAL INSTALMENTS AT 6 PER CENT. STOCK AND ALL SUMS OF AND UNDER. CASH; OVER. 6 MONTHS CREDIT ON FURNISHING APPROVED JOINT NOTES. PURCHASERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MAKE SETTLEMENT ON DAY OF SALE. A. SMITH, Aiu-lioneer. O. IL BATES. Proprietor. j TABER NEWS j Taber, May from i north report- that C'.P.R. surveyors arc working in that locality, and il.i J i is supposed that they are working on proposed lir.c from Medicine Mali to I'algary. which will tap the 'terri- j I tory now licing irrigated by the iStiuiiiern Alberta Land Co. j T. StcphCRsnn Dr. G. i [ irft at noon yesterday for: (Hanfl, where they will attend thr An-; ;niial Commnnicalion of the Grand! iji Lodge of Alberta. A. F. A. Jvl. j Thfr Taber basfhiii! Icniu wiil 'CiiVc! jloinorrov.- for in an tor HO-i biles, as tht- irain service a makes; tin1 connections very for nearly all, as most of them I i.'i business or farming at ions. i The- ll.-.r.. J. McLf-an w.-v-; I ycsisTflriV local inc; a spo'., fvr r.fw ferry of her'1 iscnr i Mrs. Miilaii i The-most compact boiler made. Stands only 49--1-J inches high and can heat any size house or building. Built in horizontal sections which can be added the capacity of the time after it is installed. It is built especially 1'or soft flues large and easy to grates heavy and easy acting.. LOOK AT THE CUT The arrows show the heal, travels in and around that contain the water. Note how the heat, must, travel right, nround the boiler before it reaches the chimney. The beat, is absorbed by the water. A direct draft operated from the front used in'mild weather allowing the lieat to go directly i.o tbc chimney. This rnenu-s thai on a. cool day in the Spring c'r Fall when your Eire is not going yoii can throw In a stick of wood and produce the warmth necessary to take the chili of the house. This is a gt'eat conven- ience, especiaiiy when yon take ir.t.o consideration that in the ma- jority of makes of boilers you would have to buiid a big fire and this is to your interest to clip the coupon, and send it in. You place yourself under obligation and you receive free, much useful data concerning systems. ijeatins system-. JCA.MK................................ MKTALS. LIMITED. The lowest boiler made. Built for steam or Hot Water. Burns any kind of fuel. Easy to operate. Larcjc flues. No trouble to clean. Willing worker. Drop a card for information to METALS, LTD.: Please send me information on your heating syste SE, ALTA. Warehouses: Calgary ;