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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta TSd LetM>ridge Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT A. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1907. KUMBER BO 4t ThB StOM ofQ��lity. McKcIvie & McGuire Satitfaetioii Special in Men's aotliing Too Good to Pass-Read We liiroct mra'a attmtioft to Um flvtraordiury lues we mn ehowiaR iB Men'* O^ottta for Pall ud Winter �Mr, llicre im ko cxeun for you to Ite ^hout  wlBter overcoait sow m H to  tkia� of the pwit for hiab prir^a to pn^ml any man from haviag tbl|. i^c story of ttaf-' aeeideni as m tWbM'^i^ial close enough for a shot I l^uittM'^n to my shoulder waited come irtiii waa poiatlBB ceittn of ahooCint. �* ataauwd the/boat. �uiid|f�t^�^i taa- UMt aiacMaery; Wa raa ia aiipr-'-'teard: the vMMla; aad aftei* h�iiBC~4hstiB tika Jumiad titk ill or flftaea niaatas �a aotiewl iili ducka mra noiag in aautber diraetidi "Gouin maarhcd if we want do#B to the tiny wtaera tW'docka weia iiy-ing ia we would aei hattar shooMag for them to The way my gua wdwld go over the of the boat. I jingle upwards the but the birds ware jlhe wwter. the trigger I saw of iny gun. aad I saw thaft bs out of the fcads point wheic.Dr. Helliwell were. K is oaly a the-aeea tin ducka and whan be he instiactiTsiy citement ti the moBMHt; ibi tli#iM of me." Dr. Haii^ jkli Mr. Helliwell co-rob�ra�BdLiii>. ^ti|ae's evidence. The )nry brctnlifilt �� i rerdict of accident al daati aad eiawihrtaiy exonerated he________ waa I and rBit:;��4rJ HarHikillpil "1 ory, We ran down to the point mentioaed Mr. Laae, aad poled into the neds where we got the beat cover aii^ could. He was sitting at the bow. aid I was at the stern, bcHh on the left hand aide of the boat on the same scat. "We shot this way throe or four times, and wc got one bird that he shot. We wene in such a position' that we could both shoot at birds coming up the channel, but at birds over the liow or stern we would to shoot lengthwise. . "After a short time I saw a flight coniing over the bow, and I called Gouin's attention tu them. At the same tinio I crouched, down, a little The Iai4 Mr.^,aoala has lived in the for a quat^ of a oontury, residing at tiiasa la Calgary, Madeod, Lethbridge iiad. the Yukon, as well as ISdmoaton.. He was about forty-flvc years of ace, a qative of Three Biivers, t)ue., and was a coutrin of Hon. T.ionier Gouin, premier of Quebec. Fur -the paat year he was a member of the firm of Gouin, Palmer and Mclntyre and previously was associated in business with G. W. R. Almon. He- was unmarried but was engaged to a Toronto lady to whom his marriage was to take place short ly- THRESHERS ARE FILLING GRANARIES Rcporti From 11 Qvmrters Tell of Big Yields and Good �^ QtiBlity. Reports from every part of the ' acres of particularly fine wheat wis I.ethbridgc district bear marks of the greatest yield of grain ever known. Uf course, it is not long since there were only a little or no crop |to re-popt but ^hci crops that are reported this year not only eclipse thoae of former years but are ahead of former crops jn other well-known wheat regions. When the crop is all threahod there is little doubt but what the average yield of wlicat for the whole disftriot for ei�ty or seventy miles around Lethbridge will be at least thirty-five bushels per acre. AROUND COALDALE Tao years ago last June there was threshed by itself afci 620 bushels per acre. t.ii'i(t.d oiit Mora EtevBtors Ncedtd. Last Saturday all the elcTaAors along.-the Alberta Railway and Ir-rigatiob Company's line between Cardston and Lethbridge were full except the one at Cairdaton which had room for a small amount of grain. The car supply is totally inadequate to meet the needs. J. F. Brodshaw haa ta'enty teams hauling his wheat to Magrath and needs two cars a day to take it. A. Foster of not a furrow turned in the CoaldaJe, ^^^hbridge. who recently erected an distriot. This fall there will be marketed from this locality at least a quarter ot a milUoi^ bushels of grain that grades No. 1. There are at present five threshing outfits there and these cannot get the grain out fast enough to suit the farmers. W. S. Sherd, who has a portion of the .Siher farm hud three crops of wheat that give some idea ot the way wheat yields arc this year. His volunteer crop average*! fifteen bushels to the acre. A portion of his safed was disked in on the stubble and returned twenty-two bushels to the acr?, while the land that was properly tillcks ^nd hns not (inishvd yet. The wheat so far has averaged tir> bushels to tho acre. This is the firsl crop on the lantl whicli wns broken up lost summer. Mr. Wilson hn� just nicoivetl a new steani-p/oughing outfit to break all the land up again. E. 11. Micks is threshing on W. H. Pawson's farm. The prioie ont field kept 'the machine going there being a Htoacl,>' liow of oats from the mn-chijM!, Ah the grain is not all thresh ml yet the yield cannot be accuratoi,v stated. itAYMONI) OATS' K. .1. Hill 4 Co. of thi.s city have harvested their crop of oats nc^r Kaynu>nd, TIte field was badly ildt-tened out by the snow occasioning according to Mr. Hill's eetimute a Keep Your Feet in style By WsBriM th� Ulctt Styte SikfMS WalK-Oyef RtOiSTEREO SboM edat no more tbaa oM atjle. eao faraish aU tlie latest deeifltMk, * TUy WUIWmtM That's ime - WAUiJt^m*' Shoea hSTe in eommon with ali mlUti^ make*. They will wear ont bntthejr wont giTe ont while bearing oat. That% worth considering. OMiklfaig hk SImm la jnat as nnprofitable as anj other forai of gambling. Yon are bound to lose ia the long ran. Ton take no chances when yon bny the "WALK-OVER." JUk anybody Worth CoMi4�riTenrs ago in this district, there was a mill and elevator nt! ! Raymond, a warehouse at Magrath, o small elevator owned by the 'ITiompsonR for their own grain at Spring Coulee, nnfl an elevator at Cardston. Today ihere are in nddi-tiion to these a large elevator and a largt! mill and elevator at Magrutli, on elevator at Spring Coulee, at Ua-le,v, ami at Stirling, with more Iteing rapidly construclt-d. -# Bi^ Yield at Maeleod. The Macleoil fiazotte reports that j'the cro[)s in the vicinity of the rocky town' art! very good. In the Uig Bend country J^heat is threshing out 42 bushels to the acre. To the south towanls Staiid-oft, one large farmer averaged 4.5 bushels of wheot pur acre. To the north the average Is 3."i bushels per acre and fifty for oats. This is the country that our faraway friends thought was covered with snow so as to be uttijrly luinijd Some People Have Trouble With their feet. Such people always have trouble with theirj shoes-unless they wear the "WALKOVER."' When "WALK-OVER" Shoes goon shoa troubles go off. That's the testimony of all who wear them. A Shoe Perfectly Moulded To every part of the foot. That's the "Walk-Over" In evwy pair there's satisfying tit, style and ramfort, and "Walk-Over" quality has set a new standard for Shoes. m m 'J Another Good Yield. Rev. .T. W. Herlicrt, formerly of , Rocky Coulee, who has been spending loss of ten |�3r cent, yet the throKhorl ^ ^w days in that district .informed turned out fifiy-five acre. bushels t Die SPRING COULEE The Spring Coulee farmers' crops are greatiir than they thought us .in order for more binders to I'jip i'Ufh the cutting was sent out yL'.sirfliiy. the llerold that Ho saw the entire wheat crop of Mr. I^ntengn sec. 31, Tp. 10, Rge threshed and the average was fifty-four bushels to the aero. Ho gave the information also that three quarter sctions, ten miles oast of Clarnsholm changed hands tit f.SO an acre. 8oni� person etlill haa faith Prices Ladies' Corona patent kid, Blucher bal, box kid top, Vesper last, Single sole, ^ Scotch edge....................$5 00 Ladies' Corona Patent Colt, Blucher bal. bo.x kid top, tiptoe last, plump single sole, 3-16 Scotch edge, this is the new Mannish shoe....................................$4.50 Ladies' Vici Kid, Foxed Blucher, heavy single sole......$1.00 Men's Chrome Patent Calf, Blucher bal, plump single sole, military heel.....................................$6.00 Men's Vici Calf, Blucher bal, box kid top, single or double sole, widths C. D. and E, sizes 5 to 10, price........00 Men's Radium Calf, Blucher bal, radium calf top, heavy sole, price..........................................#4.00| 5iS i m mm m A. Southard The "Walk-Over" Man for Lethbridge. S , The Sign of Satisfoctio L. H, .lelJilT threslwKl 4.''>8 acres that avcrairi-il him 3.5 bushels to the acre \ in the coinitry that the .\merican pa all No. 1 wheat. \ .i.ri^ur.jl un |jers say is ruined and "n fiiszle." pkONE too LETHBRIDGE, ALTA ii mm 56 ;