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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta T  ".-4-'  f,.^'-�.X THE STORE OF QUALITY; Gold Standard Tea, Coftec, Baking Powder, Extracts and Jelly Powders Have BO eqaal. Always satisbctory. Nelson 9b Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Of Interest to the Faiflier MAKKET IN ONTAUlO FOU WEST FEKD GUAINS Shortage in that Province Should Help the West-Shii* in Winter Monlhs-|{ii8h Mi!,ling Grades Tlirough IJufoi-e Ice Comes. Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche&Miron Telephone No. 1 Duek Shooting without a CO so of Ijethbridge boer or a good supply of tninuTal wat�rs, soft drinks in ginger aJe and boer or cream soda and irunbrew, would be to spoil the pleasure of your outing. Take plenty of our delicious bottled gooos along with you and you can''t (ail to enjoy and appreciate them. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIPCC STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS 4 I Che Hotel Jlrlinflton FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. 6000 ACCOMMODAFION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA 4 For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY-- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. O. W. KERR CO. - have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK. - Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Magrath land, now on the market. AVe have also a few choice sections in Warner district, T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager. Herald Ads. Bring Results. an long as the supjily la�ts. The s4t nation will be saved, so far as the de mand.'? of the live stock produoer. In the east are concerned, and an im-incnse benelit wll,l lie conferred on ihe wc�t. This sclieino looks verj' at'truoUve on paper, but it i.s subject to some condition which n)ay prevent its being curried through in all its details. In the first place all the high gra(h) wheal in the throe provinces may not be availAhle for shipment iMjforc the close of navigation. In the second, it , is by no means ccrtoin that the railway companies will I>q in a position to carry rt through to the lakes before the free/ie up conies. It may be assumed that they are in a belter position than ever iHjfore, and that the amount of milling wheat to take out is much smaller. But that dews not moah a perfect ser vice. 'I'he statistics, which arc occas ionally published, showing the nddi lions to the rolling ."jtock of the jxj-s|)ocit\e coiijpaniw, every fall, do not state I hut sulhcieirt train crews are available to oiwratc the increased numljor of locomotives and cars. Nor are figures given to , show the number of locomotives and cars which riftiru, through accident or on ' account of old agie ever.y year. The net increase in liiivor and equiimient A GOOD The scarcity of feed grain grain in Ontario during the coming fall and winter is bound to assist th� western farmer who has low grade wheat for sale, and thi.s featuiyj sorvc.s to minimize the loss which has recently been caused in the prairie provinces by unfavorable weather. In an ordin ary year large quantities of feed grain would cause v glut n the market for that commodity, es|)ecially in the west, and the pricc�te(l first year. These woulil interfere with a Mont of the winter wheat in Al,berta steady flow of feed grain to the east will come under that heading, and in the winter, and the traflic, if once there will also be a large percentage interrupted, might not Iw rosumcd. of high grade stull from the other The supplies of corn imriorted into two provinces, especially Jlanitoba. Ontario from the United Spates, - - � ..... oti*^*'' only in the councils of Can-[cm iieoplo have such great confidence Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin (& Natthews,i'te glad to sell at the quoitations which would l>e curi-ent lieforc the firsit da,y of Do. ccinljer. He wbuld lie willing to turn over to the exporter the chanc-e making money by waiting, and would be satisHed if he secured his returns' before the of navigation. The clearing out of the milling grades would leave the railviiys freo to devote their attention during the winter months to the trnnspoi-tntion of feed grain. This i)haso of tiie bus inos."! would be a practically n^'w -hviit the }>ro\incc in the councils of the government, and this gov�3rnnient (lesiies to congralulald Sir Wilfr d Lauriur on so wise and satisfactory' J a selection of n niinlS'ter of the crown received ^ p'lay n ,n;-. ih.s^ season, indeed, if the railway C)).'. i panies were to depend upon milling wheat for �their oasi-hounti frcKhl trafhc during the ti'.vt S'i.v niniuhr. they would fare ,l)adl.>'. 'rhe, activity in feed stulT -.vlll iiiiat up the dilVeionco from the iiilv.ny |),)in'., of view. After navigati* m i hiM'S llic steady demand for i'i-.;:i (.'.rniii mi Ontario may be depjtiuel ii|i !:i\;nee will ensure a good i.peiKug for th..' feed grain of tliv west during the V(Miter monlh.s, but tlie tail pilSlurv'S there will be liUi'ly to keep tlvc live .ttock going until Iho snow flies. Duv-ing this fall pasture season, vliieh will correspond with tho navigation period, the shiimiciu of milling wheat can l>a carried on without interruption or wiLhoul iii.iury to any particular interest. Wi'th the coming of winter .the interprovincial trade in feed grain may Ixigin. If the reports which have beten received in the west arc well founded, the market for western feed in Ontario will continue active during the entire winter, or .tandaWl that;-lion coiKerning the c.o,^ of t^iis dis, ^^^^^^ iru-t. Anv eonuiionts that toll ol, "-i tho method of securing a good c-op K"v^-'-"""'"t of Canada, will, also Ix! very acceptable. Alsoj THE IMMiOUATlOX POI-K'V givo an cKtiinate of the acreage you will have In crop in 1908. Grain Acres Average .\creage in crop yield for 1008 Winter Wheat Spring Mhent Oats Barley T''la.\- Alfalfu Tlo.solvt'd, thn't thi.s provincial Liberal convention c-Xin-e.^KeU it.s ai)prov-al of tho and progres.sivc inuiii-gration lioUey of Hk' Laurier government. Tile influx' of 'indiistriou.s. cop able citizens into Western Canada has ronverti'd liie prairie into cultivatefi wheat fiitlils iind liuili up village.s, towns and cities which today are coDinieiriaI centres of rising iiapcn't-ance. all of whicli is conlribuling to the na'tiouul and luitional jiiii.s)ierily of ('aiuiilu. TlilO I'HOCIKKSSIVI', rUOVlXClAL tiOVlOUN.MKNT whole of Canada. HUDSON'S BAY RAILWAY That this convention beertiiy endorses the policy of the Lauricr gov-crnment in regard to a line of railway to the Hudson's Bay. The people of the west are deeply conoemed in the matter of transportation and any steps taken in this regard will receive the hearty support ot tha whole people ot the west. FAVOK ALL RED ROUTE Resolved tha,t this Provincial Lib-eral Convention unanimously approve of the "All Red Route" poUcy of the government. We rejoice in tho faot that the party led by Sir Wilfrid Laurier is dealing in a most statesmanlike manner with the transportation problems of the country aoid par ticularly in the fact that the Canadian premier is the 'iniiJcrial leader in n policy that will pro\^ltle .for adequate, j-apid transportation facili-ticsf between the Mother Country and the Orient and Ausl.alia by way of Canada. i LOW TARIFF FOR THE WEST That Alberta Liberals in convention nssemMeii, in answer to call.hoi)p, Uacine, Wis. These tests are - j)roving to ihe iieoplc-without a peuj ny'.s cost-the great value ol this .scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Cut-Oirrh Ueniedy. SoUl by all dealers Weak Women To wMk tnd ailinir iroman, tboro Is st lesit on* .rmj to help. But with that w�y, two troatmeiita, niust be combin'od. One in locitl, ono lit constltu. tional, but both are Important, both euentittl. Dr. Shoop'a Nl�ht Cure In tho I^cal. Dr. Shoop's Kostorotlve, tho Constitutional. Theformui-Pr. Shoop's Niirht Cure-Isa topical mucous inembrano suppository rfiiiiefly, while Dr. eiioop's Kc'storatlvti Is wliully an internal treat-moiit. Tho Kestonitivo ruaehes throughout ttia entire systiim. seeking tho repair of oil uervo, all tissui!. and nil blood ullniuiiUi. Tho "Night Cure", U3it,s name impHos, dons ita work while you sluep. It hootlios soru and Inflani. ed mucous surfucos. hcala Inral woakni'.4S�rvnn8 excitement, gives runowort vlitor and ambition, builds up wiistr-d tisouus. biinslng about ronowod slru'iigth. vigor, and enurKy. Tako Dr. Shoop's Re.storutivo-Tablets or I,i(Hiid-asa geiienil toiilo (o the system. Fur posit!vu local help, use us well Dr. Whoop's Night Cure "ALL DEALERS" rouncU'd hinisvlf with aide colleagues each ow of vhich has l)rovntion) ,^.,Lj^nal policy, and its eximn-held in Calvary week the follow-j ,f n.oiiey uimn public works What Alberta liberalism Stands For | ing reserial confereiHe in (Ireivt llritain, his enminniiding uli'il-Hy and .'-iiiijile. fligiiit.s' has won honor for hims.'lf niul credit inr his cduu fry. ifis admini.vtnit inn of Canailian iiTiiiirs hiis l.-eeu cliarac-lci-r/iMl by wis-ilcau unil moileratjiui. le hn.. nl-\\a>s bi'i'n animated by the li)fli>>sl iiiiHivi.'S and inibueil with a deep Sense (if the respcns'ibility of his of-licoputy Minister of the Inlorior, for the full amount ofl'e'red per acre in e.vcoss ol tho upset lu'ice, wliich will bo forfeited in tho fvviil of tho londorer tailing to coin-l)h;le the of the land tendered for, if awarded to him. No tender b.v telegraph will he entertained. This sale will, bo suljjert to the per-foriUiinci' u( the homestead conditions as pivscribetl by the llominioii I>aiids -Vet in that Ijehalf; and the lernis of sale will lie as foMows:-l''.ither the whole i)f the purehas.! money to be paid ivt the time oi sale, at Ihi.' option of the \uireliaser, or one-lourth thereof, and tlie liaUuni! m three equal annual i list a lineivts, with Interest 111 ."i per eiMit. per aiiiiiiiii. tho first r,r suih iiisiiiinieiits Id become line uv,'l\e ninnlhs alter the date ol the sale. V. O. KEYLS, Secretary. Department of tho Tnlerior, Ottawa, Oetoljcr :17th, 1007. 30-7-14. TO RENT. . A seven-roomed house on Argylo Avenue. Apply to H. E. KELLEY, Lethbridge. WANTED Live, wiile awake boys in every city town and vdlogc to sell Western Canada's new weekly newspaper, "Tho Western Homestead." Hustlers can make money. No capital required. Write for terms immediately. Tha Western Moiuostoad, Calgary, Alta. n'Jl. e obtained from the agents of Dominion l^uids at Calgary and Lethbridge. Deiiartnioiit of the Interior., Obta* wu, 'JlKli Oct., ]