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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December 16.1910. NO DYSPEPSIA OR CANADIAN Christinas AND Mew Year Holidays PARE ONE-THIKI) For the Round-Trip stations on the'Main Line, 'Port "Arthur to Vancouver and Intermediate branch lines. Tickets on sale December 22, 1910, to January 2, -1911; final return limit, January For furtheri particulars apply to B, MITCHELL Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alta. CANADIAN PACIFIC THE LETtrBRIBflE DAILY STOMACH MISERY Heartburn, Gas Sourness and all Stornach Dis- tress Vanishes There wo.uld 'not be a ".case of indi- gestion here li readers who are sub- ject to Stomach trouble knew -the tremendous anti-forment and digestive' virtue .contained iii This harmless preparation will digest- a icavy meal without the slightest fuss or discomfort and relieve, the sourest, acid stomach in five besides' overcoming all 'foul, nauseous" o'dbrs rom the breath. .Ask your to siiow" you he .formula, plainly .printed on 'each INVESTING IN IRRIGATED 0-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin, then ou v.-ill readily understand, re- EASTERN CANADA ursions Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces promptly cures. Indigestion .and- moves such, symptoms. as 'Heartburn, .a feeling- lite a lump of lead -in .the stomach, Belching of ffas :and Eructa- 1 tions of undigested water' brash, Nausea, Headache, 'and many other -bad be- sides, .you will "hot need laxatives to keep your stomach, liver tines .clean and fresh. and intes- Tickets on December- i to'Decem- ber 31, iacluflye, gobd to return within tnrce inonths. Stomachus 'sourand .-full of gas, or your, food "do'esJbL'f.digest, and your meals don'-t 'seem: to 'fit, why 'not Set case from your 'druggist and make life'.worth', living? Absolute relief ;fromlStpm-achVinkeri' 'and per- fect digestion of anything -you- eat-is sure to'follow'.-five minutes after, and besides, is sufficient to cure family Surely, a harmless, inexpensive pre- paration like which will al- Kov.il and., limited to .are months j.froai date, of Finest equipment- Standard First Class SDd-JCpurist- Sleeping Cars and Diriine: yari "on all Through Trains.' Compartment.- Library Observation von 'Imperial w, WJ37CJ1 Tickets iesuft'3 in-'collection with, At-1waTS> either at daytime mgnt tantic be on sale from relieve .your stomach misery and-di gest your meals, Is about _asiandy and AT_J__. J- valuable a thing as yQU could'have in the house. President of Board of Trade Addresses Circular to Several Loan Companies 'In accordance with the -resolution passed bj: the Board of Trade three weeks; ago, the following letter has been, written, and is being addressed to all loan, banking and other corpora uons in Eastern Canada that loan moa ey on Western lands, together with a leaflet containing the .letters secured by President Nourse from the C. P.-R Irrigation Colonization Co., s. S- Dun- ham, .of the Alberta Securities Ltd' Supt. .Fairfield, of'the Dominion Ex- perimental Farm, and T. M. Evans, the irrigation farm the A. R. I. Co., all of, tion of the first named have already been The Board's "tetter "It has'coine 'to oiir knowledge' that loan companies in Eastern Canada ob ject to placing mortgagee loans on irri gated land, tHe reason being given that the. irrigated land in South era Alberta-has not been- proven. Ow ing to the fact that'owners of irrigated land'are usually men in good-finan- cial standing: -fe-w. have been.made, and our Board of Trade and the one that brin recollections of the giver is to be found Never has possible before to give genuine; pleasure at Jo .ncto an outlay. the means -ao W Priceless the worlds great instrumental melodies! ba orchestras, and the best the ki ?f Comedy, J of o entertain yoursetfv Ca'few guests. ,T "TQRONTO EXPftESS" 'daily at -22.10k raak tnsjcoimeclioris0 at> Toronto for al pqiritVBast "and West, thereof.. The Limited" 'leaves1 Blpeg the "Atlantic making con- necttonVat; for. all tfrereoi Apply, to tht neaVeit-C.P.R. Agent for ANNUAL COUTTSNEW5 Coutts, Alta., Dec.: li.-The latest report from! the doctors of LetH- bnage who-are attending'Deputy" Col- lector-of Uistoms, MoberiyV-of hospital probability' has only recently learned of the atti- tude of loan companies toward ir- rigated. land. 'We are of'the opinion If the facts were properly placed before vou a different view'would'be taken: the object of convincing loan companies' that .the value of -S5Q-. to an acre-for irrigated land is-fair, vre, have secured letters: .from sever- al copies of whicli Ave "are enclosing forjrour information, Evans is the irrigation expert for the in man-'will; ih'-all j the Alberta Railway and''irrigation .Co, his work for H: Fair-field is superintendent, of ause of. r'-th'e the .Dominion Government Experiinen- -viv Madder' tal Farm here. S. S, Dunham is secre- of -'-the. Alberta: -Securities; --Ltd; IT lull. 17. W- rVTt n i TTT-' r' I- of--the attended to" by Depu-tv" Collector of these Betters-, are Clark-Collins, during the "absence" a13 practical meE-- wllo Moberly. acquainted with the irri- gation. -They are also we.ll known in. en- TO O.S.POINIS Low R6un4 Trip Tares ST, PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, MILWAUKEE, Wis. Preparations for- a'.-Christmas tertamment. in 'Sweet' Grass "are' 'in- ull operation. The, M.'E.' "Sunday School- Socie-ty is >ractices each alternate evening of hitf week; About 30- school 'children are.to.take part in the 'pro- gram. The customary" holiday s'ohes and-Christmas aiuh'di'alogues will be given. A large tree has been arranged .for, up in the school house for the -exercises on Christmas Eve, and members of the younger, generation, arc. already he- ginning to tremble, with" anticipation the West, .as men.-of' the highest'In- tegrity. r "For' fear you may nave tfie impres- sion that our irrigated land is good on- ly -for" growing different grains, we might say that this is probably 'the least'profitable -crop.' The-growing-of small fruits and vegetables have been immensely profitable. owing to the unusual conditions this year has been the most profitable probably. "Three cuttings have netted from our to seven tons to the acre, which las been marketed at prices varying prices up) to suit al .3.000 selections to choose from. records are 90c. for the two. receipt of price and Ipc. for postage to-day and know this entertainer means to you; f Be sure to fiear the VICTROLA. Remember this trade-mark i-vy-ii fcy Building, Lethbridge on sale Bee. 1 to 31 inclusive Good, to return within three months Apply to -.nearest C. P.-Ry. Agent for full information. CANADIAN Western EXCURSIONS SINGLE FAKE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP J? rom. all stations in Ontario Port Arthur and West, Manito ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta tn Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Tickets on sale December 15 16' 1910; January -1, 22 and 23'and February 14 lo; 1911; good to re- uirn'.. -within three mouths i rom date of tissue, .ipply to nearest C. P Ry for full information adian home several days ago.-''The pose of the trip was to determine the condition of the new settlers of the country, and -find out whether or not they were in need of assistance. A. J. Tennant accompanied Mr. Mair. Dr, C. A. IJavrc, who is in the employ of-' the U. S. 'gov- ernment as veterinarian, was" in Sweet Grass- Monday. Dr. Kalbush was formerly veterinarian-' for the Sweet Grass port. Miss Echo Hunt, Of Milk River. Al- berta, was here last week visiting at j the Dickinson ranch. She left for i home Saturday. j er known alfalfa, to sell for ?15 per ton. At this price, and with an .average crop, five tons will net ja farmer per acre gross. From these figures must -be deducted cost of cutting and baling, whicli usually amounts to about S3 per ton. "We know of no finer potatoes in I the world than those grown here, on i irrigated land, and to give yo an irjea 'of the profit on a small field.of irri- gated potatoes, we would refer you to A. Casaulbon. farmer, Lethbridge. "Mr. Casaulbon this year had 35 acres, from which he harvested 135 tons "of potatoes. He sold 321 tons at ?30 a ton, or a total of and has In -his barn 14 tons, which' Keeping- for seed. -We; would point but "to you that potatoes, are high this-year; and have sold for over You will-see, however, that 'even-with a low-price of a ton, what a fine revenue is obtained. "In conclusion, we oeg to state that there-is nothing whatever doubtful ab- out, the values of irrigated land in this 'district. The system of irrigation was installed over eight years and ample time has -been given to demonstrate' values. There is any further information! -we. can give you, we will take it as a! favor if you will communicate with' us." The G. P. R. Letter -.The following is the letter of the C. P. R. Irrigation Colonization Co., Ltd., 'referred to, and which has not yet been published: "Lam in receipt of yours of the 24th -cdrossed to Mr. J. s. Dennis, regarding the question of irrigated' lands as mortgage security. -Anv loan .iven up _ Great Falls, Dec. first, step; -in better social and business re'at-ions between Great-Tails and Lethbridge taiven at the business men's iun- to M, f on his return hVouldt -et l surely be -convinced a business' excursion from' LcthhrdS a valuation Letbbridge. or farms there w of the fact thai a-cre for irrigated land under tion is an extremely moderate figure It would depend, of course, on the state the land .is in. My opinion is, that any acre of irrigated land in Al- berta .upon which has been success- fully established a crop of alfalfa is easily worth per acre. Yours very truly, "CHAS. W. PETERSON." vu i-LUill t of per to-this city and he -believed he would tier culiiva- The local bodv al once 'ex- rate figure. a formal invitation to thr here and opinion rh rnQ nn ,.vCu in "the murder trial at Sum- aierside, P. E. I., a witneus named Sta- pieton, was sent to jail for swearing a lawyer who cross-examined him. Klght new cases of cholera are re fortea at Falciero, Italy. Genuine'Rogers Orange Spoon FREE Save 12 "Suntist" Oraajje Lemon) them to us, with J2c to pay charges, we will present you vrit'a a seaaiae Rogers OransreSpoon of beantiful dosira and hijrfiest Qcality. Becrfn it-rdr Ders today. wrappers-and 32c tor each a-aditioaal spoon. la toaittinc. sonil cash when the tmocct -H thu, on ateoccts above 20c VTQ Prefer note, wonny orrter. or Art. We will bo clftu to ?er.a Ton complete list o; vnlu- premiums, W0 pert for premiums. The orange is the raost luscious and healthful California excels ia quality of oranges. The of the California oranges are now packed in individual wrappers kist." Five thotisand orange farm- do their own perfect t You will know thena bv the Ts packed. On the wrapper note the label Snnfcist." Keep all the wrapper.. i hey are worth raoney to you. Best California Lemons "Sunkxrt" Wrapper! COUTTS Clias. Kprr and A. A. Murphy, I-J1, were in Coutts Monday. Misses Lena and Mary Karels. of bridge people to conie number c-xpressra the Great. Falls would ais. sioii up there. think it is loo .said Mr. Bourse, -two cit-ies r j brid-ge and Great Falls. j miles apart, should not relations. Why, I come hi-re almost 10. total sT.raiiffp.7-. ni.inv ;n j torests in common. have v.e' might send you awl I suppose .could sell .cootis, too. A' anv 1 rate, should get acquainted lv. Voi: have showing m T_ c si iand what giv-s as preseats to 'their wonderful smelter, ami sniojiesiack in world. your the biggest Come over- rive at. her day night. Fonn: cause L a i The Tariff. Wall car oi to the mis- the i -111 OUT SJKAV rooms. crafalc- railway service between yet cntm-a w Wrmlv in favor' the nmcs ot matrimony assembled at relations with the Canada! citv 4d Hi- Blackmere's residence ,nd pro- whon h, he houei to sec fe dtv ''Ji.V -be- iijs a o-ift to the family as ur hare jiist unloaded a and arc 4, A lof.-tioit c01 uprises: Tables, TIi. i 'hairs' w iiVW ceofled to make merry hy inserting an entire pig into the ample oven v of the nost. To make the noveltv of the gathering greater, t.he pig" had been purloined from the pen of one, I oi the invited guests the evening be- lore, and the owner was not niade aware.of the joke until the banquet had begun. All passed off, however without any arrests on the charge of petty, larceny, and the owner of tlic animal .enjoyed the "feed" as as any present. Another barbecue of nature is beinjr planned by the wiien the tariff wall was broken down, busiufss men applauded him loud- I and a quantity of otlier finest disolav of small and Boeker-h- ne lv. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Oricnta] pattoriis ever jj say to one and all. "Visit also Lave the couvcmioruil and in iliis citv. We William B. Meadows, driver for Low Vivian Shoveller, is awaiting a hearing: on several charges oC theft at St. Catharines. At Sydney mines. C. B., tons of steel aad tbe same quantity -j 4. n v vj Vj Ui J rQU icrhood to take place during the were produced during the month of nrE Movemoer. se Furnishers 60STfcirdAvei-S. ;