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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY.* Wagstaffs J ame, Jellies and Preserved Fruits COMPLETE STOCK Also boiled spiced liniii for cold lunches. Nothing finer. Nelson erfllstenily selected their grain for sowing ami who hove profiled (hereby, Is Frank Colon, of Moffat, Sank, lie Is also a nliiunch .advocate. Of thorough cultivation and careful treatment for smut. Following lsl some sound ndvice from him: Those of ns whn huvo (lie land In good shape and ready for the seeder, will be justiflu-d in looking forward to an abundant harvest. Thorc are, however, many who have luml that was in crop last season, ami Hlill unprepared. My advice to hucIi Is to bum oil' the stubble as early as possible, mid plow the land about three inches, following with tho drag harrows. No matter how well wo prepare tho land, if we are careless in selecting seed ly using imnrutuiv, frozen or smutty grain, the results will be far from satisfactory. Select good ri|ie, plump seed- tho oioxic >:o:o;o; ns a trin 1.  larger tho kernels the Ixitiur-und sow bar.*, imiking a continuous rail, lar-1 as soon as convenient after plowing gor and heavier locomotives to han- | is done. J die the Increased tonnage of trains There are mnny pxpeimive s \o:o:o:o:o:o:n:o:o:o:o:o:o;o.o no: ,-> Piche & Miron Tflephoiir No. 1 cliK-scondit ion. l'ut in the semi from n(,s on guard rails nnd frogs, where j crocked and broken flanges are cnus- one or two inches In depth. Piui'l ne; 1-ct to either Milestone'ed, ami �t Hie first curve the broken >( unusually his{h yield. In lA'.lU ami \A'M semling �as lat u|iplytng llhnmtierlaln'h Salve as aoon as the child is done nursing. Wlpv it oft FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE tne early days when seeding count ( n ,.,, cUtth be(olv allowing the not Im� completed as rapidly as it can chU(, ,, wim!i Mnny truiniil mirses now the s,;ttiers |hotel Dallas! were not discouraged by into seasons. The past shows no iviuse for alarm. Mori- intense heat and more favorable conditions will follow the Into season. The nluindant fall of snow and the grail -uul melting ensures sufficient inois -i lure and those who understand wcsl-I em agriculture look fur a bumper crop. use this salve with the liest results Price 2."> cents |icr liox. Sold by All liruggists. -� A SIOCKSSKUL. Ft'UN AUK. The H. MacBeth Agency Office-Higmbotham Block, Round StraeC WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. Wo can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Minimi's Liniment Co., Limited. Vat mouth, N. S. (entinmen,-In .January hist. Frantic Leclnre, one of the men employed by me, working in tho lumber woods, hnd a tree fall on .him crush-'. ing him fearfully. Ho wus, when 1 found, placed on n sled and taken Hood Article ,-d Finds a F.tlectlvely Advert is-Ueady Sale. Mc Clary's I'se Frtuii "Sunshine" Halifax to Furnuce i� Vancouver. With this issue of tho Herald the Mcl'lury Manufacturing Co.. of lx>n-tlon, Ont.. commence their advert is  , ing for this yeur using a aeriua of attractively illustrated nttverthjawnt*. Oik> of the series duals with the ash- , pan feature of tho furnace, and from 'home, whoro grave fears were enter-jits perusal the advantages of an afth-jtaiiu-d for his recovery, his hips he- |mn In a furnace, and this ono in par ing badly bruised and Ids body turn- (ticular, enn readily re understood, od black from his ribs to his feet, i Another nd. describes the largw dou-Wo used MIVAHD'S IJNIMKXT on'ble d-cd-doors. explaining (he ease him freely to deaden the pain and with which (he "Sunshlno" furnace with tho use of three bottles he van! can lie fed. A third explains the completely cured aad able to return : strength and serurity of the Are pot. , to is work. We believe in SOUTHERN! ALBERTA The Land of Golden Opportunities. F.lgiu Hoiiil. HAL'VKL'lt 1)1'V A I, 1, Islet Co.. Quo. �  - (Successors to Homer & Hutchinson) the fioiei Jtrltoatott FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATliS ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA  corn's itkms. Cl'oo Lute For Last W'�S m. c. unowles, General Agtmt | LAND DEPARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota, U. S. A. >��M>M��MMMMMIM NOTICE. ROYAL -4� HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine 8l Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION (sXsXsXsxs: OTOTOTOTOTOPIOIOTQ it is iMsaisnous to nkcmkt A COM). How often do we hear it remarked: "It's only a cold," mid a few days lutei learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia. This is of such common �iccurroiice that a cold, howevor slight, should not bo disregarded. Chanilierhiin's Cough Iteni-edy counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, and has gained its grout popularity nnd extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It al-'ways cures and is pleasant to tuke. For sale by All Druggists. - Herald Ads. Bring Results. The f iiirth annual moating of the | AllMU'tn Hoards of Trade will lie held at lied Doer in Juno. ,\V. 11. Hearst is out after the Democratic nomination for the presidency MINAHD'S LIN1MICST IA Mlir.il -MAN'S FOIEND. TAKK XOT1CF. that under the provisions of Sec. '2^2. Chup. ii7, Itemed Statutes of Canada, 100U, the Canadian l'ncitlc lluilwny Cum-pany intends t" apply to the Hoard of Hallway Cominish!oners fur Cun-ndu, after the expiration of four weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, or bo soon thereafter as the application cuu be � .heard, for authority to construct,! maintain and operate a branch of' I tho Canadian Pacific Huilwuy com-" ' menclng at points on its Crows Sost | Uranch in Section ft I, Township 7, j i lUiuge 10, West 4th. mvridlun, in the f Province of Alberta, ami running [ from thonco in a South-westerly dir- * ! evtion to a point on said Section; the I cat inn of vvliich said proposed j brunch is more particularly shown on a uiup or plan, profile and book of ) ro'eronce, deposited in tho Cnlguo jUwul Titles (Hllco on the 8th duy oi April. A.D., 1007. uh No. "ily.08 ", , notice of which deposit is also hereby given pursuant to the pruvisious of the said section. Dthbridqe iron Works Co.. pi Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashwejghte AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Valve* Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal BOIL-E1R REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN BBQUH1D 1 ] fiinlhtiui has its electric vmii-Us plants operating. uul watt C. DH1XKWATKH. Secrotury. Dated this 24th Day of April, A. D. 1907. m i Piles are quick and certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is nutde alone' for Piles, am) its action is positive nnd ciirtiiiu. Itching, painful, protruding i or hlind piles disnpponr like magic by its use. I,argn nickle-capped glass i�rs 50 cents. Sold by .]. 1). Higin-,botham � Co. L H. FOWLER &. CO. (�enerul Hlttcksmithlng and Horseshoeing. t N'ow buggioa to ordor, curriago paint' ing, all kinds of woodwork iu wag-ns, windmills, funning mills, croaiu separators, grain picklen, bia"k-mith coal. Lr.THBP.IDCt, ALBERTA. FOR 8AH5. For Sule-A corraapomlenuf counw in good nchool. Owner uimbie to go on with it. Apply tuUox 0,'Her-aid oftlrt. KXOI.NtilSlt. x A i|iatilH engineer holttinf tjqrUQ . cate. is prepnrod to deoept �>|i#i^iMi''! In that iM(>auity, dV|o)|fPliim ion prefoned. Apply Box T. ObliM Act. 9911 A CAUHtt OF tlA 11AVAY ACCIDENTS. Thai the present construction of frogs nnd vheel flanges on our railroads Is out of dote and responsible for many ol the recent accidents is asserted liy 0. S. Jlruntingham in The Kanufacturors' Itccord (IlaUI-more, Starch 21). Tho writer asserts that in these two features railway progress has long boon at a stand -still. lie says: "Tho origin ot the railroad and trumway was the crude trammel way built for freight or general merchandise. The tramimclway has developed in two distinct directions-as a iiiilroud for carrying passengers and freight over great ami even greater dlMnnces, and the road or railway which is still used In the mine and , in the colliery. And "while the tin - ' pro \ omen twin the building of rail- ! roads and equipment have almost , dally been changed and Improved in | the v�y of electric signals, towers , automatic switches, heavier rail I adopted by the American Society ot, Civil DbglnnerH, steel freight-curs, both gondolas ami bot, with a carry i ing capacity of 100,000 pounds, larger tics, tloplntes, rail-braces, angle-1 ;