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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �-MM MMMMf � Great opportunities Wc are now unloading seven cars of Implements, Buggies, Carriages and three kinds of Wagons. We will be pleased to have you see our rigs and advise you to do so before purchasing anything in the above line. We handle the very best lines, guarantee quality and price. Do you want a cream separator ? If so, buy a Sharpies, for simplicity in operating, ease of turning and close skimming, it stands unequalled. Call and leave your orders for a mower, rake, binder, plow, seed drill, disc or harrow, gasoline Engines and threshing machines several kinds. Don't fail ]to see our $25 road cart. You will buy. LelhDridge implement Co OPPOSITE THE ELEVATOR Fine Flower Display. t^nst year the school board imido n i start In floriculture nt the scht/ol, j l>oth by the school ��> n "'hole and j by the individual pupils. The result I was very creditable. This year the ! showing made by t|u> pupils at vhe | (lower shew on Friday morning was, most gratifying. That the interest, is ' Renornl in the show is evidenced by i the fact that in the nine departments of the Central School about one nun. j dred pupils brought plants of their' own culture for exhibition besides ] scores of others to help decorate the rooms. T. I.. Clarke, ihi? Ilorisl made the awards, and whi\> doing so gave thej 'pupils \aluublc hints on floriculture land promised to them valuable !assistance next your. | Miss McCluiv's rcMim displayed nns- ! uiri iiinis, and among the many line 1 plants shown those given by Alice i Fairllebl, Katie Fierce and Frank | Humphries weiv awarded the prize-., I respeetlM'ly. | I A small but choice nnmlicr of ral-| io|isis plants \wiv In Miss Newton's I mom. the winners Iving F. llticon. * ii. Hoiniger and W. Harvey I Miss Addy's pupils had a very Tine � display of twenty mist ml buns. So good was the o,unlit\ of the plants that Mr. Clarke nwarding F,. Frame. F.. Hum-j phries. .1. Pipes and A Kunst. j The pupils of Miss Mm-Kuy's room hud (tome sidendid s|sh iiivns of na.*-turtiunu.. The prizes went to 1.. , Horup. M. Frame mid A. tireen Verhenus iveiv grimn b\ the pup.Is in Miss Furse's ramr. .lohn Oliv - I er's prise plant �a� exceptionally good. M. (Jrny mid M. IVrry were , the other prl/v u inners J K. It. Davidson's students had a j line array of nasturtium*. .1. Hys - ( sop, A. Xiven unit I.. Stewart got j the prizes. Floth Miss Dennett's ami Mr Morgan's room* showed luilsiims, which | were deserving ()f s|m>est ' living tlu�e of f!. Virtue. Winnifred Hyssop and IV Ximinons. j Tho whole ilisplay was a credit to the care anrl interest of pupils ami1 teachers. FARM LANDS 5,000 acres good land 20 miles oast of Warner station and on proposed railway, $7.25 per aero, $.100 cash, on bloc Two half sections 20 miles south of Grussey Lake, $8.(JO per acre, easy terms. 320 ncrcs 2 miles norlli of New Dayton, $11.(0 per nere, easy terms. :!20 acres N miles north east of Stirling. $'.) per acre, easy terms. :2 ucres in fall wheal. $15 a acre, good terms We show our lands free of charge Alberta Realty Co. w The Eastern Townships Hank is ! establishing a branch at Fernie. \V 1.. Dull, general malinger of the Institution purchas,sl a lot nt Fernie the last of tho week and will erect j ,i building. Tlx. brunch will lie o|*?n til verv shortly. ITH one ribbon and its new three-color device The New Tri-Chrome Smith Premier Typewriter is virtually three typewriters in one. It produces indelible black, purple copying or red typewriting at the will of the operator. One ribbon and a small, easily operated lever do it all. Smith Premier Typewriter C�. H South l.imolii Hi , Spokane, Wh.Ii. This machine permits not only the u�e of * three-color ribbon, but u soola two-color or single color rihlion. No c�tra cost for lliis IT*' ni'Hlel. -tiik- MIS* AMD'S COLDS. Ac .INIMF.XT CI'IIHS ******************* WE RRE HBRDQURRTERS FOR ft-'., ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OUR LIST Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail*. Land near railway 9.00 per acre and up. Improved Farms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. HMTCH St OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBR1DGE fo*******************VVVVWVV*^^ ^^MM^^^^^^A^tM^^^^A^A^A^AM^^AAt'A^AV^AAAA^A^A^AAAAA^^^V ;