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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May THK LETHBBIDGE DAILY HEKALP 7. FOR VALU FRIDAY, MONDAY Read of the splendid saving chances for week-end shoppers. There has been a gigantic rush of business for the last few weeks, and ft is our earnest or this three days we have the best and most varied selections we have had in months, and we advise an early visit endeavour to maintain it F YOUR DINING ROOM FURNITURE HERE THIS WEEK Extension Table" Like illustration in rich quarter .cat oak. Golden polish. 45 in. top, extends to. 8ft., reg. 3 day special Extension Table for in golden oak finish, fine heavy turned legs, extends to 8 ft., regular SI6, 3 day special............ 12.90 Magnificent Diners Exactly like cut in selected quarter cut oak, golden polish, upholster- 'eel in best leather. Five diners and one arm chair in set Reg. 3 day special Quality and Value Set for in. golden oak finish, plain wood seat, handsome de- sign. 5 diners and one arm chair. Regular 3 day special Carpets, and Cover- ings Veran- dah Shades and Cur- tains Linoleums, in a large variety of patterns, 2 yards AC in best English quality. Regular 3 day special.., Carpets, Rugs, Squares, Japanese Stencil Mat- ting, and other summer floor coverings at special 3 day prices Verandah Shades in-all sizes. Bamboo and Waldo, in natural green, and mixed colors. Special 3 day _ _ __1 --1 p> had one good effect on some of the careless fanners, who are now more careful in their selection and in the preparation of their ground for seed. He is very..optimistic, and thinks this year will'excel all other seasons for bumper yields. Feels Crop is Assured Geo. Severance, manager of the JBonrnsteclt farms at Stirling, came in to the city today and is very lenthus-j jiastic over the prospects for a big! crop this year. The company have aj very large acreage under crop thisj spring, aibont 7000 acres in all. Ofj this 2800 acres is winter wheat and: 4200 acres spring crop, mostly spring, wheat, although they .have seeded a! fairly large area of oats and flax. Speaking- of the rain this morning, .Mr. Severance said to'the -Herald: "There is not the least doubt in my jmind now that a crop is assured. In {soil that was well prepared'I would jnot have been at all anxious if wej 'had not had any rain till June. The: jmoisture conditions are much better jtnan last spring. In fact they were {perfect. But this rain coming ;ts it 'does just when all the spring seeding is nearly finished relieves my mind of all doubt, and will supply all the mois- kure that, could possibly sbe needed. (There was a little damage done in some parts by the high wind a few, days ago, and some -people thought j 'tnat they would have to re-seed partj (of their winter wheat. When I MESJ in this morning I noticed these! j fields particularly, and they are allj ilooking as fine and as ever.} .'Thev may have been set back for aj few days as tae tips of tbe leaves were whipped off. but the moisture today! has revived them and no damage ever will result. j The winter wheat is starting out] very well this spring and this is one of the sure indications of a large yield, 'while tbe spring grains are coming j 'along as well as I ever saw in j speaking to Mr. Fairfieid of the Ex- perimental Farm, the Herald learned 'that the "amount of rain last night iwas aibout .2 but he said that jit was coming at such a time and un- der such weather conditions that it 'will do the most possible good. The on the farm are all looking fresh j land in excellent, condition, and are asj advanced as it is well for to be at this'time of the year. The Herald man was also talking to Mr. -Lathrop and lie too was very cheerful judging by the ibroad smile he wore. "Fine, he said: "T'd wear a bigger smile if I could. That ought to fbe enough." Around Warner McMillan, of Warner, was in the city yesterday and when about the crops in his district, said they were in excellent condition for season of the year. He has 300 acres in wheat that is in fine shape, shading the ground so that moisture coming: now will.be retained as to do.the most good. 'Mr. McMillan is also seeding 400 acres to flax IMe spring, and is going to plant 15 acras of potatoes as he believes that one of the paying crops for Southern Alberta. He haa just returned from a trip through the east and says tho Dakotas are rather dry, not having had any moisture to amount to anything this spring yet. In Ontario the crops are -wall advansed and there plenty of moisture. Guelph -will loan the Independent Tire of Toronto. for 20 years, w a factory there. Fire in yards of the Baker Lum- ber Co. at Ltadsay, did dam- age. CANADA'S RELATION TO RRtTAJN London, May M. P., the Unionist leader, at Catterhsm, said it could hardly be sup- posed that Canada would accept com- plete commercial union, bat, which the United States clse, coupled with, the IraniEten own obligations to so man.yyoth.er, tries would prabwfcljr leoxf to eeek release from vpoet furwed nation treatise foreign office, took the gravest view of aep- aratlou. of the treaty system. Unreserved Sale of Farm Stock and Implements The above is situated in Tp. 2-25-9, six miles from, CardEton, two miles from Etna. Etna contains a school, post office, blacksmith sSop and general store. The new railroad throngh Ptucaer City will come within one mile of the farm. Forty-five acres of the farm is seeded with Winter Wheat, stcwSnS well. 'There are one hundred of fresh breaking to be completed May 15th. There are two Uvftig. springs of water flowing winter and summer, cne on each quarter.. Each quarter la well acd separately fenced. A good log house, log barn, cbicfcsn coop, two good cellars, iwo good horse and corrals, arc an tbe farm. The farm lands adjo'n a good section of government water reserve, the use of whieb may enjoyed. Thft ferm is of For apply to 0. H. Bates, Cardston P, 0.. or James A. The sale wlU take place on the premises on June 9th at Ten O'Clock LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. LIST OF STOCK 16 mares, in. foal, from 1100 to 1300 pounds, ,all trader S years old. 6 geldings, under 8 years old, from 11W to 1300 pounds. 4 two-year old geldings. v IMPLEMENTS 3 hay press nearly new. 1 lumber wagon, double box, 8 1-2 Jron. 1 bull hay rake. I hay derrick, complete.. 3 sulky plow. Scetofc clip. Z double sets of team harness. 2 three-year old 2 three-year old fillies. 5 colts, rising one yaar old. f 6 choice dairy cows. HOUSEHOLD FURMTUBE f 1 choice cookine ranee. 1 extension y-': 1 kitchen cupboard. F; <5 chairs. 2 bedsteads complete- i- -1 heating stove. A number of cooking and. other too numerous to mention. TERM8 OF SALE CASH, BALANCE m FOITR ANNUAL INSTALMENTS AT 6 PER CENT STOCK AND SUMS Of AND UWDER, CASH; OVER, MONTHS CREDJT ON FURNISHING APPROVED JOINT PURCHASERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO MAKE SETTLEMENT ON DAY OF SALE. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, O. H. BATES, Proprietor ;