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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta iiuihouaces to his old friends i v and customers he has op�fted a General Loiiier fiDsiness On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.rt House OR. P. W. TiJLLER FHVSXCIAN AKD SVROZOV LETHBRIDOE OAco^Ott Block. Hours-11:00 to 1S:00 noon; 3:00 to S:00 p. at.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Tclfiihone-Ofllw (8. Renidrace 138 DR. C. C. GRA6G PHYSICIAN AWD SUHOEON Oflto ev�r Hi^nbothaniM Drug Siore nUMe Ofllce 125. Houm 04. Olfloe hours-9 to 11 .m.. 1.80 to p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. DRY FARMING A SUCCESS Spicndid Exhlbitfon of What Southern Alberta Can Do. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Sedi�tli St. cor. Bnidett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p. m. Sunday*-2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. Ono of the host exhibitions of dry fnrnvin; in this N�ction Is to tw soeit on the farm of A. I-. Foster, just east of the Silver farini. ahout miie miles from the city. The fnrni mti -si�ts of 1725 ncres of vhich 800 are broken. The soil is a' hi-nvy sandy loam, Clark nnd in most casos, moist ito the surface. A�x)Ut 285 ncres are in wlwjil awl arc being cut this week. I'ho yield Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote hiaentire time during the summer to laying ont new townsiteiv Contract piioes on application. >^ ^-Office at the Coaldale Hotel, i LethbridKe. > Synopsis of the 6razin| Re|ala* tions for the Provinces of Saslutchewan and Aiberta. Gri^lBg leases of BbninioB liands unsuitable for agricultural purposes may be secured tliat portion of the Province of Aiberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 and in tlie Southtrestern portion of the Frovinoa of Saskatcb-cwan. Leases shall be for a period not exceeding 21 years, and no leaMshall cover a greater area than lOO.OOO acres. Lands le the lessee two years' notice. The rental chargeable is two eents per, acre per annum. A lease *annot be granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall increase his stock so as to be in possession at the end of three years of one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Shoep-grnzing Is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary f (he Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W CORY. ' Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N. B.-fnaiit^riced publication of ihia advertisement will not be paid for. W. S. GAURAITH. III.D.C.N. (NcGilD phtsioian, 8ubobon aoooucbbb Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Houra-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Ettloiatet Crop at Eighty MiiUoa Bvoiielt Drs. DeYelxr & Campbell Physician* and Surgeons Olfioea-Qtt block. 'Phone 1^. Drs. McCIurt; & Stewart 8ubobon dentists Olfioe-J. D. Hiffinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Boom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. office, - - 80utbabd block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARBIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotliam Block, Lethbridge r. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. ALFERTA Fresh Strawberries Cherries; Pineapples BANANAS, OBANGES, LEMONS, ETC. ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM SODAS AND SUNDAES AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Keep your money at home by using "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ellison milling iL elevator co. Lethbridge, Raymond, Msgratb. MISS B. K. HAKRI.SON. Graduate from Aluui Colli-irt^ in Piano, June 1904,hum lu--?! i.;rad. mite June 1905, is pre;- lo take pupils in Piano auU Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture; Residence -^-Parsonage, Redpath Street. �^il! be about SO bushels to Uto acne. Fifteen acres of oats will yield about 50 but�hels to the acre, while 140 acres of tlax will produce nn ocrmgc from, i'i to 13 bu.shels. As quickly as the crops ore removed the ground is being at cHice broken up for fall wheat, of which thoro arc alreedy 275 acresin, the mojor -ity of which is now well up. ilr. Foster commenced work on the farm about the 1st of April and is conAdcnl that had ho startoci two weeks earlier ho would hove had a larger yield of wheat by five bushoLs to the acre than that realized. The cutting of the grain is being rapidly pushed forward, two binders and throe shockers being engaged, ti�c work being followed by the disk and drill, seeding winter wheot. In the spring the balance of the unbroken land will Ixj"broken seeded down with fla.x. On the farm is an excellent vegetable garden, every conceivable nrticie being produced in size and abundance to compare viith the bes't specinxms anywhere. .'V patch of a half- acre of potatoes has never received a momr ent's attention since they were plant ed and can hold their own with the best in the section. Mr. Foster is wtfl satisfict�nt v&ns house commissioner. Winnipeg, is a guest at the King Fxlward today. Mr. Snow is on a tour of inspection of the crop .in Manito4>a, Sasketche -wan ond Alberta. Iu>aving Winnitiog, Mr. Snow journeyed through the Souris country through TCstevan to Moose .law. Doubling back ho visit-krf the Rcgina, Indian Head and Ou' Appellc districts. In the province of Saskatchewan ho states that there is a spicndid crop, bi�l it is l�to and green. In southern Manitoba, the wheat will bo half a ci-op, while in tlie north of the sauM; province, it is mniiilar to Saskatchewan. Cutting 'Will not lie general for a week or ten days, yet in these areas. He states that so far as his observations are concerned, that the low. temperature's of several nights ago have done no danoage except to tender garden plants and potatoes. Mr. Snow vlsit�d the southern part of the province of Alberta on the Crow's Nest branch of the C.P.n. as far west as Pinchi-r. He di.'*o visito*! the country along the A.H. and I, as far .south as Cardston. He confirms the observations of the Bulle -(tins crop report from the .south.and states that the greater poition of the w^inter wheat is cut, nitd within the limit of safety. He estimates the total whont crop of the west for 1907 in the neigh -up nnd HxHhood of 75,000,000 or 80.000,000 bushels, which at the increased prices that are sure to rule this season, will nst a gi^atcr oquivalcnt in cash than the crop of 1906. MISS WINNIFRED HILL teacheb of music and danoino, Will open Dancing Classes for Children and Adults, Watch for furtheranhouncement. Miisic furnished for dances and reoeptiona. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. Wb Havb everything nitable in the way of New Suit Pat-tbbn8. In material and make we are leaders, and can assure you of best values in every respect. We rather pride ourselves upon the fit we can give you, and the fit is the greatest thing in a Snito> Overcoat. If you will but favor us with one order you'll find you are favoring yourself afterwaids. Crown Tailoring Co., UnUtcd �^Ta?.!e. E. W. KINGSTON JOHN. McCLARV A GRE.VT CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY. Formerly Owner of a Small Tinshop. Now Head of the .Largest Stove andT Tinware Concern Under the Rrltieh Flag. To very few men is the privilege given of witnessing such n celebration as that of which Mr. John Mc-Clary. of London, -was the cenirD diir ing the woek that ended on July 18. For during that week a series : of splendid JubiliationB marked whini was the sixtieth anniversary of the McClary Uonufacturing Company. , This sixtieth anniversary, is noteworthy, not only because it relates to the largoit concern of its kindunr der the British Hag; but becauiae it; has thrust, before the attention of .the' people of Canada a man.whose achievements make him one^of the very; greatest captains of industry tfaia country has yot produced. ] To John McOlary the past sixty years has meant a change from the control of a small tinshop to the possession of the largest establish -ment of its kind in Canada. The Harvest Help for Alberta. The ]>epartnti>nt of Agriculture has interested itself in securing a share of the harvest help coming to the west this sea.son. Arrangements have been mathods tested by farmers as well as experiencchave taught that summer fallowing tho ground produces tho best results. Mowing the thistle twice each year after the flowers open, usually in July, ond again in August, will keep thu plAHt in. subjection. This , pro-Vents the tbi�tIe:irom, seeding ,'iind 0cnous iniui^ to ihe growilag cirops moy be avoided,. Canad by mowing as d heavy The Montraal Star tloos not en -thuse over Mr. Borden. Speaking of his opening address at Halifo.x it says: "Many of the other planks in his platform are old favorites which have cheered the 'hearts of many a leader out of oHico, only to be forgotten when the test of opportunity-was applied. For this reason, they will not bo likely to o-vcite much among the jieoplo. Tho people have troti them ho|iofully .so of-it.3n only to land in di.sappointinent. Tlicy could not be omittc>ndous business. Ho remains even at his present ago a nuin of remarkable ability sparing no nikoney or pains to attain an end that his Judgment told him could bo wion. This is well illustrated in tho magnificent advertising campaigns this Company hos entered into in all the Canadian popers, which have mode the McClary products known in. all the honoes from ocean to occon. Though the McClary Compony is Mr. McClary's first care, it is not the only successful company that shares in tho beaoflt of his tausinofis neunvon and exporionoo. He is also ' Presi  4i>at of the London Life Insuronco Compan.V and the Ontario Loan and Dobenturo Company, and a Mreotor of the Ix>ndon & Western Trusts Com pany. Trial Catarrh troatments are being nwilofl out froo, on request, hy Dr. Shoop, Racine Wis. Those tests are proving to tho people-without a penny's cost-r^hc groat vaiuo of ih s scientific proscription known todrug-irisfts everywhere as Dr, Shoop's Catarrti Rcmody: Sold toy .1. D.ilig-inbotham Compiiny. :frt�lkH arc hollow and the thistle is in bloom. Fungous disease attacks |the moisrt sialk and this induooa; dewy. Another i(ood>W�.v is to harrow ihe [field when pl6wed in June and do Mi'is at least once in every two weeks �o as not to allow the w-cod to get green above the surface of the ground Through its grot-n leaves and by the action of Ririillglft upon them the plant receives its greatest amount of nourishment. If the plaotlet is continuously and persistently destroyed jits inahiliity to receive food will even tually kill the weed. Salt brine, �tuick lime, kerc^eno, gasoline and lye have in many cases been used and proved effective. They are applied usually quite liberally where the thistle has Ixvn dug out or if tho mjaterinl Is in soluUon it is poured out over the cut stalks of the thistle. CanarM thistle.can he ohcckodwherc i-are and proper precaution are exercised. A careless and aimless farmer will do irreparable injury to his more careful neighbor and to the en-tiro community by permittinc a |)atch of thistles to go to sood which are ithen spread broodoast by the winds seeding down a large territory aid. To check h cold quidjj^y, got from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics. Druggists everywhere are now dispensing I're-ventics. for the.y are not only safe, but decidedly certain ami promiit. Preventics contain no (luinino, no la.xative, nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will prevent Pneumonia, Bron -jchitis, LnGrippc,. etc. Hcnco the name, Preve^ics. Giood for feverish children. 48 Preventics 25 cents. Trial Boxes r> cents. Sold by J. D. Higinbothgin & Co. Blake aad Burke. The Westminster Gazette of London says: The n�tircmcnt owing to ili-henlth of the Hon. Bdward Blake from the House of Commons, will, be a source of regret to all sorts comiitions of men)f',. Mr. Dlake, bofbra he entered the Dil|i�h Bouso of C^om-inons flftcen yoan ago, had been Premier of Ont�jri'o and Miniator of Justice and President of Council in Dontinion Cabinets. Hn was loa�ler of the bar of Upper Canada, ond had been offered; but refuted, iho ofllce formerly hold by his father of Chancellor of Ontario. Mr. Blake takes a foremost place anioag�rt tho gre�t constitutional authorities of tho time and his arguments in Canadian ap  pcal/i before tho Judicial Oonanittoo . of the. Privy (Council have been re-1 gatdcd 'in ''legal ' eIrclM'Im naetor-1 MANGE. Notice is hereby given that bj' Order in Council dated August 21�t, 1907, the period during which cattle are required to be dipped within the aroa sot forth in tho Order in Council of Junj 10th, 1907, has bean extended to the 15th of Sor, 1907, nn�l thot in case of any owner, failing to treat, or to make satis -factory preparation for treatment of his cattle on or before 1st Soptom  ber, 1907, tho provisions regurtlinj Compulsory tivatment shall go into force and eltect. J. Ci. RUTHERFORD, Veterinary Director OcneralV Ottawa, August 22nd, lOor. .V12-19. Get year dfficc Statfoncry prfntisd at Tba Herald.. Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishins Tackle Office Desks Type-writers All at less than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAUWIGEWAUK, N. B., CANADA. Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arrive weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. Butter always ia stoek Spring Lamb for Svaday diaaers Beef is also getting good I Phoac 91 for a good steer cut! P. & Co., Ltd.ii �ititiiiJM-tMMMtfit^Of -A-I A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE rURNISHINOS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF UQDORS AND OIUABS IN A ^f NEW STAND ^ Juat drop into my new qnarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. * The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK R E M O V A L! MISS L. A. SCOTT Will show a fine line of goods in her new MlJlincry Store in Ou NKW HILI, BLOCK, DoSerin Stiml; on SATURDAY ________________S:^/A^,i>,wJ',>i ,.r^-li/&iX ;