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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge will be the Chicago of the West NEW SNAPS IN CITY No better farming region in the West dt DISTRICT A NEW LIST OF FARM LANDS FARM LANDS Tun scctioiiB of choice farming lands, 11 miles from railroad. $7.75 per acre. Good (onus. One section, extra good farming land, one mile from station, $13 per acre. One half section selected fanning land, two mi lea from railway, near Silver Farm. $10.50 por acre. 580 acres, fronts on the irrigation canal, 2 miles from the railway, $11.50 per acre. Quarter section goal farming land on the Alberta Railway, $10.50 per acre. Ono quarter section of choice irrignhle land, 2.\ miles from Coaldale, $23 per ncre. Ono quarter section improved irrigated lund, !5 miles from Coaldale, $30 por acre. Three quarter sections improred irrigated lands near Lethbridge. $'26.75 an acre. CITY PROPERTY Good modern new house of six rooms, two lots, well located, $3,000. Four lots, with new residence, in North ward, $900. Ten acres with four-roouiwl house in North ward. $1,000. A NEW LIST OF CITY PROPERTY List your Lands and Town Property with the ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY if you want quick Sales 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 | C. R. DANIEL, Manager LETHBRIDGE, - ALBERTA upon us Tli* door "UK* � window" that ihowt how I It� liaHlm U rfolng on It's Better to Watch Your Baking Without Cooling it! A skilful cook knows how important it is to Keep the oven door shut. The range which allows Madam to see the progress of the baking without chilling the oven has the right to her preference. The Happy Thought ||�IUnge has an oven door " like a window "-transparent- showing the contents of the oven and allowing, continual inspection of the baking going on inside. This window door is one 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-builders will find it cheapest to buy a Happy Thought first because it is the best. EVERY HAFFY THOUGHT BURNS COAL OR WOOD. 6�� WM. DUCK STOVE CO..Llmlt.a Drantford Montreal Wlnnlparf -FOR SALE BY- G. L. Vrooman Lethbridge, - Alberta PRIZES FOR THE FARMERS Offered by the 0. W. Kerr Co. for Yields of Different Grains. "Wo want to hear from farmer* in tho Lethbridge. Hnyrnond. Chnivs-holm, Nanton and High Kivor din-trlcts regarding tho yields of diff r-cr.'t grains in 1000. We are offering the following prizes' - The best yield 320 nnvs of wheat, either winter or spring, wo will offer a prize of 850 in cash. Tho best yield of 50 ucivs of outs $25 cash. Ilest yield of 50 acres of barlow 925.00 cash, Tn com|>cting for tho above pri/cs it is nocessury fur purtlcs compot -lng to make an affidavit, glvii.g tho name, P.O. address, legal deticript -Ion of tho land on which crop wus rained. statlr.g under oath tlu- number of a civs unit total number ol hushols; nlso have man doing the threshing make nn affidavit. Sou^l these affidavits and samples of grain to our Lethbridge office In tho Southard Ulock, lethbridge. Wo will publish ir. tho Lethbridge Herald, a list of the yioldn or wo recolvo thorn. This will be open until Dcconilw I Wo will glvo 510 for tho finest sum pie of whoat on ritraw: $10 fur thu finest sample of barley on tho straw and $10 for tho tinost sample of oats on the straw. Tho grain to bo delivered to our Lethbridge office. Wo are interested in Sunny South-em Alberta, having taken nearly 3.-000 pooplo Into tho country south of lethbridge ami Bold 100,000 :>-res of land to the most progressive farmers from tho States, many of j whom have become settlers. Ko ex-nect to sell inoro land during tho your of 11)07 than wo did in 1900. We would like to hear from every farmer in tho districts above mentioned, giving their experience in farming in Southern Alberta us compared with farming in tho Stotta. ( Wo \\ Ish to have thorn state number t of acres under cultivation, quality \ and quantity of different crops raised. In fact, we would 1m pleased to receive any information regarding the country in general but tho farming interests In particular. If you have choice samples of grain or vegetables, wo would bo pleased to receive them. Wo expect, to spend � miiplo thousand dollars advertising Southern Alberta during tho coming year, and we know of no bettor advertisement, than the testimony of tho farmers who are farming in that country. We oxpect to issue a magazine entitled, Farming in South  ern Alberta." This will ho gotten out by .Inn. 1st. Wo will publish letters from (armors, settlors with a great deal of other valuable Information. If you have any pictures of the country which would !>o suitable to reproduce lit this magazine, send them to us; pictures showing views of farms, stock, grain, build -tngs, or anything of IntoreBt. iSvery-one who sends us a lotter. picture, sample of grain, or anything of that nature, will receive a copy of thU mnga/ino. O. W. KERR CO. Main Office M iniioupolis, Minn. O. W. KERR CO. Branch Office, Southard Block, Lethbridge, AUu. f11.rci c11 icn f a vmnatk l.ilK-ral.s Nominate K. II. Hi Uncontest Hye-Election. to Calgary, Nov. 0.-In a very enthusiastic convention of electors of (iliii-chen, K. tl. Hiley, a prominvni rancher and farmer of the tiding of Hillcrest suburb, was elected by tho Liberals as a candidate in tho coming byo-election. Col. Walker, of Knst Calgnry. Hi. Uishop of OrofiKfiold and Dr. Hou-leau of Rouleauvillo were placed .n nomination. Tho final ballot was between Hlley and Bishop, Co. Cethbridqc iron Works Co, Ltd. Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sash weights SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Bar Iron Babbit Metal Miners' Tools BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL- KINDS COMPETENT 1JOILKRMAKKU SENT OUT WIIEN REQUIRED oTo:o;o;o:o:o;o;o;o:o.oxm Farm Lands City Property HOMESTEADERS LOCATED A few snaps. They won't last long. 640 acres, 2 miles from railroad, $9.00 per ncre. 160 acres, irrigated, I mile from Coaldale, $16.50 per acre. 680 acres, 2 miles from Stirling, $9.50 per acre. 640 acres, quarter mile from railroad, $10 per acre. 640 acres, two and one-half miles from railroad, in sugar beet district, $12.50 per acre, �v. 5,000 aeres finest laying land in Southern Alberta (perfectly level) $7 per acre. North half Section 2, Tp. 5, Rgc. 21,30 acres broken, 11-2 miles fencing, $12 per ncre. �> S) (J) (i) ft) (5) [email protected] ;