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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY.' LOCAL FLOUR We baVie this year Canada's Choicest Wheat Enabling our local mill to manufacture the Choicest Flour. Try a sack. Buy early, as price is advanciqg every day. Nelson (Sh Fraser FflONE 21 LETHBRIDGE 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. PiGhe&Miron . Telephone No. 1 neasant and Palatable our iKsverages are tho par exceJlonoe. Strictly pure and highest gifttile, tho cjuality never varies. "Tl�jro are others," lJut, none batter. Cooling, refreshing, wholcsoniQ,, atMi ageocAblc. Our sarsparilla, gingfvt* ak\ Iciuon soda, otc, have gaij;(keell to Medicine Hat last summer, has made a report, of the results of his visit to Alberta to the Board of Regents. Prof. Ten Eyck dcscriljes, the are* of the province which is most suitable for the production of winter wheat and states that it is most sUe money is saved by �loing so. It costs, to equip for handling enough stock to cessfully grown in an .area bordermg use all tho straw and cheap roughage i "� t^e b�^ of the Rocky Mountams, but it pays to do it. It costs to usually in view of the perix^tually fence sheep and hog tight so waste �now clnd peak* aw� from one hu.ul-IHJ gathered up  red to one hundro and fifty nnl.s situif can Ihs gathered up after the crops are gatbei-cil off, birt it pays. . It pays to have � windmill or.engine! He quotes llofl. Frfenk OUver to the wide and seven hundred miles long. do the pumping so tho men can do, ""c'^t that winter wheat ha� ho.n something else or ^-st for, more im- trie.l and grown sUOTfuHy m many portant work. It pays to take five �'-^riets of Western; Cana** from Iho minutes to drive a staple over a HOth meridian to ^te. toothiUs ..n. loose wire instead of waiting three! fom Edmonton to itl,!. mternax.onal hours to hunt up the cattle that escaped. In fact, it pays to hjtve help enough to look after the littlfe leaks on tho farm so tliut everything is kept in a business like mariner. It is poor economy to ko6p two cows when one will give as much milk, or feed a hog eighteen months when he should be grown and fattcuwl in six or seven months, Are you bound down by ignorance, and superstitioin, or a lack of your possible sbaro of available agr cultur nl truth? Read, study, investignjto. Tho truth shall make you free.-Suc-wwHful Farming. FOR THE PEST SERVICE. IN aes:BsssaBBBBBBSBB=ssssBssssaB=s=s&==: LETHDSIDGE STOP AT THE H0T|:L DALLAS WE ARE AbVERTlsfep BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS FARMF.H nhh THIS X^. In order to obtdin an accurate report of tho acreage in crop this year and the yield of grain in this district the Herald, res|k!ctfully requests the farmer,? to fill, out the form below, sign, and return to Thof Herald. It is the purpose of The Herald to publish those statements that our retid-ers maj' get authoritative information concex-ning the crops of this district. An.v commeiiis that tell of the method of securing a good crop will, also lie very acceptable. Also give an estimate of the acreage you will have in crop in 1908. Acres Average .'\creago Grain in crop yield for 1908 FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC I kXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES, $1.50 A DAY ! I Lethbridge - alberta For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -tey--- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. Wintor Wheat Spring Wheat Oats l^arlev Flax Alfalfa Total Signed Tp...... Rnnge...... Section..... AS IT IS IN DAKOTA. A. 11. Smith, of riu'liith, who roiyc  boundary. He then, goes into the history of soft and If^trd wtnt!>r in AllKjrta and obsorVesi arc much bettor adapte(| tor ?r)'..iiV4 hard winter wheat, tlftm* soft v.heat since the soil and cMmate favors the devcl,opment qf har^ wheat .f e.\ cellcnt grade and quality. To (|Uote him exactly, he says: "Tho writer has never seen hard red wintor wheat uniformly �iinost everywii.'ire tV.ioUf^h out the winter wheat: growing rio-serving its purity by ii rigid selec-' tion of .sotul. jileaiiwhile \V. H. Fairfield, of the Ex|i,.,f -j^.n Kyck stutes in his report his way to in.s|H'Ct lliu cro|i condi-' ^1,,^^ secured .sevcnil stiinplos tions in Snsknieliewan and .-Vllvrtn. ,.hich will he sown in the .xiMriineii-r^lr. Smith is well known throiiKh the piotH at jMiinbnilan niidFortj Cunadian west as a curler. He is; l^,^y^ j, ordur to niaUe a coni|mrison 1 president of tlie Northwo.slern branch, viherta wheat wiili the best: \ rvo.ricE GOOD ' BARGAIMS FARM PROPEATY ''A Is what you are lookiiig for. Then we are the people for yoii to have a little talk With, for we have on our lists seversul very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps aiid i)amphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin - lionKpiel. nisciissin^ crop condilis, "a mellow loam, is aluinda m l.v 'I'Ik: liimatc is ideal ior i h. tion ol' bard wheat.. 'Ilic \v;iil cold-r tiian uin1i';s, ; si!N,T.'l\ cold. iK'in.e; i.'iiip.'i-mI I'l-of, Ton! admirably | ,1 1 hi- liesi ! t rad.,' of d id- CK . (h'pp, (.l-li|..,i |ii'odn,e.U)n lailor lias mail,' a hii with .'�i lart',' mmdicr of east onu-i's liy i i ri.-.eri ini^ a seer.'l po,d;.'t in Ihe coals ot iiiiU'rieil men who trinl,.' wiMi him. ' .-Vs 111' l-roadl.*- ad v crl is'S 'lb,' n.'W ' trick it is for the ])ur|iOHe of onali-liiiy- married m,-'n to hide their (haiiKe from ibeir curious wives. Already he is hiriiis more help. 3\llN'AlilJS O.VIJIBXT ItELIEV-ES NIOUKALGIA. fl;'i-,,m Ihi' ('aiiadian (?0'irier.) .\ small ljo,y from Canada was .'^p,,iidin,; lh(j sinniiK'j- at a Xew l^ng'-!and resort, wiiere ll;,' usual fancy' dr-ss enlertaiiirik'iila were held to kill; li;e lonu;' i-\eiiin,vis. � liolilije,'' sai,| n fair Bostonian, on one of llie.'-.j occasimis, addivssing tlw .\oulbfiil (.'an.uiiun, we're going' 'to have some T,'dd.\ Bears at the part.v- tonight. Will you bo our lit-liewt 'J\'dil,\' Jienr-'?" "Yes." replied young' Ciinnda, fuUl-ing with dii'O caution, "If I don't h,ise to have any ileas." T''roiii Win. ..Toliiti^on'o ranch. Sec. 21), Tp. Range -2. a black innre, .spot on face, and while right hiiul oot. llranilod (\V) on right shoulder. ;?!(."> Kfiward ollered J'or return; to io-i7-2i-;ii . .w^r. .JOUNSov. T'^Olt APOl'TroX. Strong lio.v :?i.-i, enlthy eWld-. .othbridgc. -. Apply to;- JlAM)-liV(,' LOST. i. iMany a. .silent man get.s crailit for being- w' because he can't 'think of anything lo say.. i Between X'.owvil.e and Links 'on 5 Wednusda.v, Oct. lii,; containing notes j-and bllM of about !?l,'50,' (jntl stlveiv^-i/ww WiVtch,, .15y ,,. .J.....;.....,,, *ii .... ij,, rJ.^ ' 1 ;