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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge will be the Chicago of the West NEW SNAPS IN No better farming region in the West ^ CITY DISTRICT A NEW LIST OF FARMLANDS FARM LANDS Ten sections of choice farming lands, 11 miles from railroad, $7.75 per acre. Good terms. One section, extra gooil fanning land, one mile from station, !f>13 per acre. One half section selectal farming land, two miles from railway, near Silver Farm. $10.50 i^or acre. 580 acres, fronts on the irrigation canal, 2 miles from the railway, $11.50 per acre. Quarter section good farming land on the Alberta Railway, $10.50 per acre. One quarter section of choice irrigable land, 21 miles from Coaldale, $23 per acre. One quarter section improved irrigateiV-lund, miles from Coaldale, .$30 per acre. Three quarter sections improred irrigated lands near Lethbridge, $26.7S an acre. CITY PROPERTY Good modem new house of si-x rooms, two lots, well located, $3,0U0. Foxir lots, with new residence, in North ward, $900. Ten acres with four-rooineil house in North ward. $1�00(). A NEW LIST OF QTY PROPERTY List your Lands and Town Property with the ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY if you want quick ^les at highest prices. We have enquiries from all parts of the globe for all kinds of lands and investments. ALBERTA REALTY CO'Y. Write or call upon us C. R. DANIEL, Manager LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Southard Block Lethbridge PRIZES FOR THE FARMERS OfTered by the 0. W. Kerr Co. for Yields of Different Grains. -1^ 'Ail "'^ & mm Tli� door "liha  window" that ahow* how ih* baHIni U going om It's Better to Watch Your Baking Without Cooling it! A skilful cook knows how important it is to keep the oven door ehut. The range which allows Madam to see the progress of the baking without chilling the PDk hat the right to her preference. The Happy Thought e has an oven door " like a window "-transparent- 'Showing the contents of the oven and allowing, continual ;in-i^cctiOn of the baking going on inside. This window door is oae of the exclusive features of the Happy Thought Range. The women in 130,000 homes are considered good cooks, just because they use this door. Its results are splendid. If you want the best stove in the world, ask your dealer to show you the special features in the HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE New home-builden wiU find it cheapest to buy a Happy Thought first because it is the best. EVERY HAPPY THOUGHT BURNS COAL OR WOOD. m�yrM. BUCK STOVE CO..Ll�ii.d "We want to bear from farmers in the Lethbridge, Hft>'iiiond, Chards-holm, Nanton and High Kiver districts rogardinK tho yields of diff'-r-cr-'t grains in 1006. Wc arc offering the following prizen until Docoml>er I. Wo will g'ivo $10 for tho fmo-st sam pie of wheat on dtraw: $10 for the flnest sample of barley on the straw and 910 for the llnost sample �ridgio anroToTo!. ^ToTi 'To/iT' aoToj:\oT' O. W. KERR CO. Main Office, Minneapolia, Minn. O. W. KERR CO. Branch Office, Suuthnrd Block, Lethbridge, Altn. O LEIC riK\ OA NWbAT10. IvilK-rals Nominate K. II. Hiley io Contest Hyt>-Elcction. arantrera M�ntr�al "Winnlpag -FOR SALE BY- u L. Vrooman Ulbbridge. . Alberta Calgary, Nov.. 9.-In a very enthusiastic convention of electors of (SIin-chen, E. H. Kilcy, a promin^-nl rancher and farmer of the if.ding of jiiillcrofit suburb, was elected by tho Liberals as a candidate in the lom-ing byo-elcctlon. Col. Walker, of East Calgary, Hi. Bishop of rrossncld and Dr. Kou-tcau of Roulcauvillo were placed .n nonvlnation. The final ballot was between Itilcy and Dishop, '.tili^y winning by a votti o( SO to 3.5. The Hon. Mr. Cushlng, the Hon. Mr. Cicss and Duncan Marshall addr�!si>-cfl the mooting. Tho Lil)era'ls believe that with tho strong candidate they have selected who is a r.-'stdent of the riding, that ho will bo easily elected. Prevcntics are toothsome c.indy tablets. -PreventticM dissipate all colds quickly, and taken earl.y. when you ftrst feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them. Pr�-vontics are thoroughly safe to chit dren, and as cfTectual for adultn. Sold and recown��ndod in 5 cent and 35 cent boxes by J. D. nigin^Mthan; 4< Co. Farm Lands City Property HOMESTEADERS LOCATED I A few snaps. They won't last long. 640 aeret. 2 miles from rjstlroad. $9.00 per aere. 160 acres, irrigated, I mUe from Coaldale, |t6.S0 per Uu. 280 aeres, S miles from Stirliaf, $6.50 per aere. 640 aeres, quarter mile from railroad, $10 per aere. 640 acres, two aad oae-balf oUles from railroad, in svgar beet district, $12.50 per acre. 5,000 aeres finest Uyiag land in Soutbera Alberta (perfectly level) $7 per acre. North half Seetioa 2, tp. 5, Rge. 21^ 30 acres broken. 11-2 miles fencing, $12 per acre. p:o:():o:o:n'o:n:o:o:o:o:o;oaT:o:oK^ ;