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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THf LtTMBRlDuE CAILf TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1109. I has no crop this year, but will have j 50 acres in crop next yenr. 'Ho esti- mates that.in his neighborhood the crop acreage next year wifl be double that of this year, pw-haps more, j F. it. Itosenuur son have a (lion of laud about S miles east of j Tabor. They have a bumper crop i this year. They are threshing uow laud their crop is yielding well. They j havo good frame buildings. i j f W. T. five 1 lias threshed. He i 'Oil Backed Up Supt. Reid (Continued from Front PageJ received at half post and he had not taken it into consideration. The representative of the company was present and explained how it was that they could not get their tender in until the local arrived; and asked that it be considered. Aid. King J supported the request whereupon Aid.- Hatch said that if thev did that they ot oo7 bus. of oats i i should give all the tenders back and acres of spring breaking sown i thorn put them m again. Wo have a tine selection 6 Holes, Steel Ranges, and High Closets Square Extended 2 Hole Stoves Homesteader's Square Cook Stove HAYR Phone 75 ROS. P. O. Box 27 about April Sth while Jack Frost had the soil in some other i parts of the world frozen up tight. i J. C. Thorp has secured tl new sup- fara-tor and will start threshing with j it at the farm of Su-ve Arun. Be- fore the old machine broke down they had bct'u breaking for nearly two '-weeks. The crops are all yielding i well. The Allis- Chalmers Co. representa- live was also present and asked to have his tender considered also as j they had not been able to get iheir j tender in on time either. Ho believ- j ed that "their price would be better j LETHBRIDGE MARKETS The following prices are quoted this morning: No. 1 Northern......... 0 83, Ko. 2 Northern............ 0 SO No. 3 Northern 077 No. 1 Alberta-Red 0 81 No. 2 Alberta Red......... 078 No. 3 Alberta Red 075 Opt-ii, per cwt................. 0 70 Barley 0 25 Flax........................ i 00 Cattle on the huof: Steers, per Ib. Herald puu htvt to T. B., to Dr. Bruce Miles of Cran-[ brook, B. C., -is announcjd. to take J place on Saturday, Sept. 18.' woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Hos- mer, B.C.- 237-0 good stenographer for first class position in this city. Apply College, Staf-: {ford Bio-ck. Phune 263." P 0 Box Short Notice of Sale RACHEL STKEET, ]STOKTH 1291. 237-2 -FOR snap, irrigated acres, all under cultivation" 2 1-2 mil- es from Lethbridge, to ene who will buy stock, machinery and household furniture, or to a cash -in advance renter. 9 room house; stable for 22 horses. Apply Box A. P., Herald Office. 233-6 SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN REAL Empife Land Co. have several thousand acres of choice farming land just placed on the market, Li blocks of 160 to acres. If it's good land you are look- ing for, at a nominal or Phone 394.-The Empire Land-Co., up- stairs, Ott Block. LADY WANTED-For In- surance and Real Estate office. Must have some experience on books aad office work. Skeith Tilley. 238-3 H. H. DUNwooDY-Barrister, So- j Wednesday, Sept. 22nd jTlTPTMF i Heitory Etc.. Office Acadia Block, j Lethbridge.. Alta. when the land fs up could not read owl-write than there continue Will he ir, a that COUM- He SayS' "-1 i: Away in the distance on every hand buildings ,and stacks could be seen. With a few more crojis such'as this as it will be in a very few years at the present rate, there will a derful transformation in this country.' Fine residences, schools and church- es will be scattered over the whole v district, while at present there are of children at many of Chouses but no school nearer than Ta- "iycr or Grassy "Lake. The children .are eager for school work. They are entitled it. Then as far as church es are concerned, one younq: man ask- ed yesterday, "Is not tomorrow Sun- asked if he worked on Sunday he replied Xo. J. take a holiday." Now these people -are only about ten miles south of 3he What about the other and squatters who, if ---reports are true, are 11 the -way, through to the international When nearing Taber its two elevat- But as evening; drew near the twinkl- ing .lights still showed the large size of the town, ors and the The, council has decided after all j to take the (ire engine sent them by! Frank Biegler, 9 miles soutli of; the Warterous Company., and which] Grassy Lake, has his 40 acres of i the Fire an-d ULirht Committee' 'refus- AT 1.30 P.M. G. crop ;all cut and good crop on sod. stacked. It is a is his first ed to take over the other day. Yes- terday another test was. made in the dette St. Phone 320 PROF. FRED of! Piano arv-l MRS. FRED! of Violin. -We as-1 sure everybody who takes lessons! T t ji vrr -r-r i of us, rapid i-raproveruent in a very' Instructed by Mr. Win. Heley sncrt time. use the very best We will call, at vour homes.. Prosent address 624 Bur- Auction the superior general Good wages. MrsT H. Burdett St. servant. Wallace, 237-3 YOUNG LADIES tho "British and Colonial Photogriphic Co., Kooms 1 and 2 Oddfellows Block. 2W.6 FOR storey house Duff addition. Three bedrooms bath room. Apply E. W. McLelland, plasterer, Duff Addition, or Box 1812, Lethbridge. 238-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO RENT-A seven house, close, in. 'Must have Herald. on .premises: -Apply gO.Ou Box D., 234-0 by Public year. Next year he expects to have presence of the committee and the 100 acres in crop, maybe more. He provincial boiler inspector. X-at has good frame buildings--. ISText year! shall. Mr. 'Marshall allowed the pres ho will plant about ten acres of com. sure of 133 pounds which he said was Ho has some fine ripe corn which he at once. Ap- ply Smith Bros. Wilson. 238-6 good barber. Liberal as hiijh as used by any engines for that work and in fact that pressure planted June 10th last. A hundred years ago, in 1S09, his 'grandfather j was practically never used. The wa- weat from France to Russia and in jter would not deteriorate the engine 1S96 Mr. Eeigler came from Russia j as other water and the deterior- .to.'NTorth Dakota and in 190S moved i ation from year to would be to Alberta. light. The company offered "to .He has two children but there is no j reduce the price five per cent. So as j school. He says that in parts of the engine parsed by 'inspec- j Russia there were more people''who j tor, the purpose .and would to do so and was a good in everj- other way they de- want school for my children so they cided to take it especially view of won't grow up like animals who can't the .need of an engine at the present, road and write. I have asked po- time. licemen and other men at Grassy, The committee brought in the rec- to get a school. But we got; ommendation to the council last no school yet. There are about fif-j night and recommended also the pur- teen children in Tp. 9, E.. 13. 'and chase of a supply waggon (a light we all, want a schor.i. We don't i rough waggon to carrv' coal, hose and want the children to grow up like: other such a recording guage. sraoke from the mines could be seen for a long distance. animals." So here is work for organizer" which the Alberta Govern- ment should send to Southern Alber- ta. Stephen Volk-, ten miles south-west of Grassy Lake, has >20 acres in crop and oats are good lor spring: breaking. Next i year with good luck, he expects to have''fifty acres in crop. From his place over a hundred stacks could plainly be counted. John -Christie, who lives miles south of Purple Springs, had only 8 acres'of crop, oats sown on spring and a set of tools for repairs. The committee recommended also the pur- chase of two metres for Supt. Reid. The recommendations xvere all ad- breaking. Since he has broken 12 acres. Having' only "two horses he has had to go but sure. He as even.m.2: .drew near the twink- ihas oood frante buildings and each The report regarding roads as follows: Lethb'ridge, Sept. 20. 1908 To the ilayor and City Council, We, your Fire and Light Commit- tee, would respectfully report having held several meetings re acceptance of new Fire Steamer, and have b'eea personally present at several tusts lights still showed tho large size. of the town. bad crops have heen seen so far -vear farm. .T. still FOR made. The Steamer was satisfactory in evcrj'- way, except that, Boiler In- spector Marshall did not allow the steam pressure claimed "for it. viz, one faundrod and fifty pounds, fixed further his Undcr the n0w ;f -n Alberta, pressure of one hundred' Stewart. 10 miles east of Taber and thirty-three pounds. We are sat- isfied that the engine is in'every equal to its class, and is such.an en- gine aw is in general use throughout Canada. In view of this and our urgent need for a Fire Engine, we would recommend that, the engine be accepted, less a -discount of five per cent, which the agent of .ths Compa- ny has agreed to acrept. George M. Hatch, Chair. The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up {ground within thirty days. Proposals for same will be re- ceived up to Monday. September 27th The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co, LETHBRIDGE. Grain Is Now On the Move The second chapter ,5n the story of wheat is assuming interesting proportions now. The moving oi the crops in the Lethb'ridge district is commencing in earnest this week. Yes terday and this morning the A. R. T. carried, twelve carloads and the C. P. B. are commencing to receive con- signments from local-'shipper's. The A. H. I. have already car- ried about fifty thousand bushels from the south country and the C.P. R. about twelve thousand bushels from local points. This makes a to- tal of over sixty thousand bushels that have gone out; already a.nd it is only the commencement of the shipp- ing for the fall. HOUSEHOLD FURNI-'terms to a comPetsilt i McKeown's. Barber Shop TURE and EFFECTS J Apply Ward. 233-3 W.L WILSON AUCtlONE ER Buys and Sells New and Second-haftd FURNITURE S T OVE S CROCKERY E t c., E t-c. Auction Rooms: Cor. Oil F88D STS. Telephone 189 including cjuarter-ciit oak Dressers and Stands, Beds, Springs, Mat- tresses, new Home Sewing Ma- chine. Wire Davenport. Extension Table, Rugs, Carpets. Jewel Range, etc. Terras cash. No reserve. Auctioneer's office, Crabb 'Street Telephone 261 FINANCIAL i .M02fEY TO amount of! 11 money to loan on city property, farm 1 property or any kind-of' real" estate. "We buy agreements of sale and first TO HRN7 FEONT EOOM TO .suitUne or .two young.men. lo- cality. -'.Opposite Red- path St. 237-2 FOE large" front rooms, furnished, 'for rent, with all modern conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 237-6 NICE FRONT for two respectable men.. Must be sober. None other need apply. Mrs. Eobt. Adam, Fisher St 236-6 TO furnished rooms. Ap- "Holland, Guiness St. near Athletic Park. 237-6-x 334-6! ion irrigated cul- les from Leth- ;md modern con- veniences. 60 acres in fail wheat. Al- so stock; machinery and household furniture for sale. Address Box A.. P. Herald Office. 226-12 WANTED TO HIEE-Horse and wag- on to deliver laundry for two weeks. Apply Lethbridge Laundry'.Co. 237-0 to be taken care of by me during the .winter. Lots of feed and water. What offers. Applv Box Y Z, Herald. V 23S-6 MISCELLANEOUS SALE. FOR of the finest and very best English Billiard Tables. made by the Brunswick Balke Call Co.... rosewood legs. Mosai'c inlaid cabinet and everything complete. -Nearly -new at half fac- tory price. Just the thing for a swell, club. Apply-Sandahl Cigar Co G-reat Falls.-Montana. 36-6 FOR German singing canar- ies. Apply ;3rd house south of the Barcacks on Ashmead. 236-6 FOR foot awning, in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 HALF BREED SCRIP FOR Located or unlocated, in quantities from 24Q acres up. '-Terms cash. Cor- respondence invited. F. E. Moron- ey, 529 bth St.., Edmonton. Alta. Phone 1996. 233-6 Real Estate For Sale Having more land than we wish to farm, we are offering for sale, at reason- able price, seven sections of choice land in Spring Coulee District, two to six miles from elevator. Por information, write or call at my residence in Spring Coulee, Glara C. Thompson x SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is me sole head o- a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-sectior of available Dominion land in Mani coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Th> applicant must appear, in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. bj proiy may be made at any agencj tsr of intending homesteader. months' residence upoi and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader maj live witbin nine miles of nis home" olely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt r quarter-section alongside' his homV stead. Price per acre. Dutiee reside six months in eacjci' six years from dale of entry (including the time required tf earn homestead patent) and cnltivatt fifty acres extra. .r A homeetetder, who hat ezhaustec homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pui chased homestead in certain, districts Price per acre. reside six months in each of thief years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W.COBY. Minister of the publi