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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY." Wagfstaff's Jams, Jellies and Preserved Fruits COMPLETE STOCK Also boiled spiced ham for cold lunches. Nothing finer. Nelson (&> Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDCrE Meats.Poultry and Game Unsurpassed in excellencp. AVe supply tlie best tlie market nffords. Give us a trinl. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 Of Interest to the Fanner ADVICE 0\ SEKDING. Among the wo.sleni farmerH who have perfiistcnLly selected their grain for sowing ami who ha\e profiteil thereby:, is Frantc Coles, of MolTut, Snsk. He is ulao a staunch .advocate 6f thorough cultivation and careful ti-eatment for smut, rollowing is some sound advice from him: Those of us who ha\'e the land in good shape and ready for the seeder, will bi> justified in looking forward to an Bbundant harvest. There are, however, many who have land that was in crop last season, and still un-preimrffl. Aly advice to such is to burn'oil the stubble as early as pos-Kililo. nml plow the land about three inches, fnllowiihg with the drag harrows. Jfo matter how well we prepare the land, if we are careless in selecting seed l;y using iininmtuiw, frozen or jkniutty gmin, the i-csults will \to fiii-from satisfnctor.v. SeliiCt good riiMi, plump secil- the ilarger the kornels the Ijctter-�nd sow na soon as convenioiit after plowing Is done. There are many expensive urth annual mooting of the Alberta Ooards of Trade will f)e held at Red Door in June. yi. R. Hearst is out after the Dora'-ocratic nomination for the pi'esldency mXARD'S LINIMENT LUMBER -MAN'S FRIEND. NOTICE. TArmm'issioners for Can-oda, after the expiration of four weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, or so soon thereafter as the application can be heaiil. (or authority to construct, maintain and operate a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway com-' mencing at points on its Crows Nost Branch in Section 31, Township 7, Range 16, West 4th. meridian, in the Province of Alberta, and running from thence in a South-westerly direction to a point on said Section; the ideation of which said proposed liranch is nioro particularly shown on a map or plan, profile and book of re.'erence, deposited in the Calgary Land Titles Oflice on the 8th day of April, A.D., 1907, as No. "Ry..08'; notice ot which deposit is also hcro-li.v given pursuant to the provisions of the .snid .section. C. DHINKWATER. Secretary. Dated this 24th Day of April, A. D. 1907. ii These 7-roomed house on Bartlett St., $500 cash, balance easy, 5-room cottage on Round St., :$500 ciuih, balance easy. 5-room cottage on Crabbst., $530 a and $10 a month. * iiii North Ward lots from $125 each ^on easy terms. 160 acres fenced with house, bam juid sheds, 5 miles from town, $2400, mi terms. A snap. mm m The H. MacBeth Agimy ^Ke-Hij^bothun Block, RiovBdltiiMtr 'SI We believe in The Land of Golden Opportunities. We have soma special lelected tracts of reiy fine land IN THE I F^t^p!? DISTRICT also some bargains near Stirling and Warner. Write to our General Ofie* for irifolpwlipa. M. C. nNOWLES, General LAND DEFARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A. 1 1 i �'tm Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns^ Saghp^gj^ MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES - TRACTION EN(�Ml>�lAlia Pipe Bar Iron BabUt Mflal BOIL-ELR REPAIRS OF AUL. 4re|iarwi:to � atWfl'^f! in that vaitatsUy. JflipJUfPf ion proforred. Apply Bm'^. ,^ 91 ;