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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HCftALD, 'RIDAY, DCCCMilf 17, I i y> I i What will you give for Christmas? Gifts you must there's a wondrous advantage in giving gifts sure of appreciation. Our big stock of holiday gift goods is now in and we are ready to show you something of extra class in magnificent assortment suitable as gifts to father and mother and sister and brother, to lover or sweetheart or to friends. All are new and perfect and such gift goods as will be appreciated by any- one with great credit to tne .giver. Make it a point to come assortments are they are extra fine goods and they are not going to last, so come in best selections. EXHIBIT IS A GREAT ADVERTISMENT FOR US LeRoy Tells Of the Coon Display At Omaha Exposition (Special to the Herald) vicing each with the other to arrange Omaha, Dec. crave a little of! their exhibits in the most artistic your valuable space to describe 3> Toilet cases to Xnias stationery T5c to Shaving sets to 8.50 Hand bags T5c to Perfumes..25c to Gillette razors and Fountain pens to Hair brushes 50c to Military brushes to Triplicate mirrors to Hand mirrors to "Ward safety razor. Calendars ..25c to Scissor sets to Cameras to Collar and cuff boxes 75 to Jewel boxes to Ever Heady safety razor, CO, PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS I mv of the Corn Exposition. This is truly a wonderful exhibition, wonderful even for this, the beat ag- ricultural district on the continent. Here all the states of the West are Whenever your complexion it unnat- ural, your skin in an unhealthy condition, your face covered with blotches and j manner. They are all good and some of them grand. North Dakota has a most woiiderfal exhibit, both from the number and variety of its pro- ducts and their arrangement. Two columns of grain built up as though were pillars oi support to the building. Each variety of grain and seed is shown in'the most artistic manner. It required no end of pa- tience and labor to produce these col- umns. They also have the great seal of the state worked in grain and they also show some fine pottery burned from native clay. Words fail me to describe the wonders of each state. Every state has an agricultar- pimples, when and festering sores !al and experimental farm the abound then your blood is bad. i'ou students of these schools furnish the can best cleanse it with that purely I most of tte statc .exhibits givi vegetable compound, Burdock Blood i i. Bitters, which safely and promptly ren- much time and to the samples. ovates the blood entire system. and invigorates the 4 4 4 Boili Cured. Mr. C. A. Mussen, Bawlf, Alia., writes: recom- mend Burdock Blood Bit- ters as being the best blood purifier there is. About three years ago I greatly troubled with boils and our drug- gist advised .me to try Burdock Blood and after taking two bottles I have not had a boil or even a pimple." 4- M M 444444 T" Mr. J. Morehouse, Zea- land Station, N.B., writes: "My face and neck were covered with pim'ples, and 4; I tried ail kinds of reme- "dies, but they did me no. good. I went to many doctors, but they could not cure me. I then t ried Burdock Blood Bitters and I must say it is a won- derful remedy for the cure of nimrles." For sale by all dealers. Manufactured only by The T, Miiburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont. selecting and polishing and stripping the straw. These are arranged as ar- tistically as possible and make a very beautiful exhibit so one wanders from ong booth to another, the last one showing something different from the others, yet they are alike in is showing the very best their state can afford. Each is say- ing; to the world, "here is where you should come with your money, your ambition and your energy." The Union Pacific says, "Go West io your promised land of golden op- portunity, and they have abundant proofs in their exhibit that it is a land of golden opportunities. The Great Northern ars here also with an exhibition in wheat, barlev. oats and fruit.', They'too are beckon- ing to the ever restless throng of home seekers. The new generations Clothes that appeal to your judgment. Styles that appeal your friends. to Prices that appeal to yn-9 Oui p The Story of Brand gads by H. MEBER8 CO., LIMITED, Montnat Sofif with a Guarantee bf 64 McKelvie McGuire, Lethbridge. of home builders who received use "every means in their first lessens in life and its responsi-! power to interest this new genera-'. bill ties here in this splendid land. Truly this is a splendid land, using Omaha as a center and drawing a cir- cle equal distant 400 miles from it and you have probably the richest agricultural district on the continent. Do you. wonder.-then that the com- petition, at this show for settlers is tion of home builders who spring of a stock of men and women who pion- eered this country cot so .long that we do not remember. Mr. Editor, after this little digres- sion I will return to my observa- tions. After wandering through this maze of. art and. hand picked very keen. Truly the state or prov-j grain and burnished straw where ince misses an opportunity that O.W.KerrCo. Omaha Exhibit C. H. Marble, advertising manager of the 0. W. Kerr company of Minne apolis, has been, in the city for the past week arranging the Bitter Root Valley apple exhibit at the National Corn Exposition. The display when complete will consist of about sixty bushels of Mclntosh Red apples, the finest apple grown. The exhibit pro- mises to be one of the chief attrac- tions of the exposition. The 0. "W. Kerr Company is the j owner of a large tract of land in the Bitter Root Valley. Montana, which it is selling in five and ten acre orch- ards, under the development plan, the company planting the trees, cultivat- ing and irrigating until the orchard comes into full bearing, at which time it is turned over to the purch- aser. Those interested in irrigated fruit lands should not fail to see this exhibit, where they can obtain full information about profits in apple cul- ture in the Bitter Root Valley. The 0. W. Kerr company is also in- terested in the Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, exhibit. The exhibit con- sists of about 100 bushels of wheat and os.ts. The finest oats and wheat ever crown can be seen at this exhi- bit. This cempany has been selling farming lands in Sunny Southern Al- berta the past four years and has sold over acres in the Leth- bridge districts, the finest grain land on the American continent. Mr. Mc- Nichol, in charge of the exhibit, will be glad to give you information re- garding yields, etc., in this wonderful country. Come see the exhibit and weigh the grain. You cannot beat it anywhere. Oats yield 40 to 125 bushels per acre; wheat yields 20 to 50 bushels and all other small grains do equally Omaha Bee. Cardston News Cardston, Dec. Frank Aus- tin shipped twelve horses to the mines at Lethbridge yesterday. These an- imals are to be used to haul the coal to the main shaft from the side drifts Mr. Roy Fclsom has been repairing his blacksmith shop and making some additions recently. The whole plant has been remodelled. The furnace_ room is new. The whole building is heated with steam and thus madej comfortable. He has made several j castings o-f different kinds this week. J All of the said castings are in per- fect rhape and prove beyond douoti thnt casings, of all lat.ds, --an! be made here Th's be- appr (iat'-cl very much bv ail op'e in ih's pa? t of ilKV.v.un'rv save the trouble exm-usi: j r.d'nr away for smnll repairs Mr. E. A. Wilson, th? .eerntarv- of 1he municipality, hos in his resignation to the T.fr. Wilson's succ-js-1 SOT- has not yet- hern appointed but il.'j is piTsrme.'l that a name will be nn-j nouncetl at the r.erct council rneftins, i Dr. D'Arc paid-ashcrt'visit to Card j r'on yrsterrb.v. The err.nl doctor! hf> a of riends this town, j Tilr. H. TI. Fo'son has bern in bM i fT th? las'. I felt intense pleasure and "rat I was in a measure identified a country that could present t.> ihe world such samples of .grain. feel that of oury.xaiy.t hi-re. under the able management of MK McNichol, will be beyond ,-r est expectations. One needs only -to stand ;in.l note the remarks of the p-ib'ic. "Jlis is the best grain exhibit I never saw anything like "his. flv-s certainly is great and from Cana.la too. I 'did not know Canada winter wheat. I do not believe are some of the things you hear. It would do your heart good to hear Mac propounding the gospel of South- ern Alberta to some of those cid farmers who believe -in themselves and doubt others. He has had an up- hill pull here from the first, being denied entry for prizes. The papers flatly refuse to give him any notice. There is a great deal of jealousy here even among the states, so you can well understand how they treat us. The management have their own own troubles also, but it is my ob- servation that although there are jealousies that- are handicapped in a sense by being out of the prize list, yet we are getting to the people and are leaving an impression that they will not forget and that" will forth much fruit for Lethbridge. I shall be pleased to give you i-n interview on my return to Leth- bridee, feeeling that I can tell you much better than to write. Yov.fs respectfullv, Le Roy Coons. OUH LETTER BOX. just Jew- A GOOD THING Dear Editor Say na paid a visit to the Letho." elry Co.. Mr. R. A. store and factory. 1 .-mjv.iscd ;o such a fine display '-IV-- beautiful, up-Vn-IuiC .-ws. The factory part is cxtv l: rln- Tn s'c rinrs, s t hioochrs, cufi-lir.'CR, t- A rc-d p.nc? Tilotlnj; -tn-i pr-rt ir, oi-.i OVT dtv. it well w.jf-ii :.r vlrle to visit the Lofnhni-'.e f'o. Mr. to be hicchlv ccn- rr.itulf.t-rl his mnvo in npt-nins this .ictivr xrholcsalf. i.iil, and manufacturing concern and the people of -I be proud of it. Tt is to ho rrs will follow Mr. rxnT-rV that other mannfnrlrrfng con- 'will hr s1n.rtcd hf re? 'If o? nnid is r? Ct ;