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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 6. . : I s -THE- ISai)bridfle Tmplcmew Co> Announce that it is important that you should place your orders for any machinery that you may require, though we have the largest stock that has ever been carried in Southern Alberta. Orders are coming in rapidly and we anticipate a shortage in some lines. Call and see our buggies, Spring Democrats, Carts, Buckboards and Heavy Farm Wagons, which we are sell-ing at close prices for first class goods. Leave your order for binder twine. You should have a Cream Separator ; get a Sharpies, it will pay you and save labor. Plows, we have the best in the Emmeraon and Deere. Haying Machinery, in addition, to our different kinds of mowers and rakes, see our sample sweep rakes and stacker, absolute necessities, as hay can be handled in hirge quantities at little cost and labor. Call, you cannot miss the place. The big pile of machinery, opposite the elevator, where you will meet with fair dealing and prices. LethlHldae impieneiit Co. OPPOSITE THB BLEVATOR Provincial Sunday Scliool Convention The sixth annual SiinOay School convention for the I't'ovinc*' of Al -l>er(a is to be held In the First Baptist Church, Calgary, .Inly 23 to 25 Plans ai* l>aing nvaturwl for making this the greatest convention over hckl in the West. Heligious educfttinn is n most important ffucstiOTj, f.'ifj thai tiemands the most careful cimsist in this conx'errtioti and seiKl tli-o very liest of their workers as ers or a fraction thereof. J?otluc�l iivtcs will be granted by �the railroads to ;i!l dolc'gntes. In order, to receive this, rlclagutes should purchase a sing-Ie ticket to Cul!?ar,>' and ask the Agent ns the starting point for a stand.TC'l cortificnto. If one hundred attend luiUling stamlarnl ^^e^�l'i^lcatcs, they will be returned fiw; if less than one hundixMl, tlic re-tuiTj will be one thiiil fai-e. A splendid pi-ogi-anime has been prepare*!. Rev, W. C. Merritt, one of the Indejwndont Field Workers is to present and take a prominent part. He was in atterHlance at the great world's convention in Rome and will thereforf come to us with the inspiration of that gathoringand will lie able to give us a world,wide viewof Suntlai school work. E\'erj' view of Sunday school rork. Every should hear hini. Riev. .1. u. Robertson of Toronto, General Secratnry of Sunday school work for the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and Dr. F. W. Kelley of Montreal, a pron�ineivt educationalist of that city, v-ill both take part in the Convention. Mr. Stuart Muirhead who has recently been appointed General Secretary for the Provinces of Saskatch -ewan. Alberta and British Columbia will also be present and have a place on the progrramme. Besides for the organization of the Province so as to push  aggressive methods in all Sunday schools, will be presented by the General Secre -tary to the Convention. This will therefore be a vei-y mportant epoch in the history of the wtxk of this province, so plan to be present. Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone lor Pll�s. and lt9 action is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like mapc by its use. Large nickel-capped glass jars SO cents. Sold by J. D. Higin-botham & Co. FARM LANDS 5,000 actios good land 20 miles east of Ifamsr station and oo proposed railway^ $7,25 per acre, $3.00 cash, en bloc. Two half sections 20 miles south of Grassey Lake, $8.00 per acre. �asy termt. 320 ncrcs 2 miles north of N�w Dayton, tll.lX) per acre, easy terms, 320 acres 8 miles north east of Stirling, $9 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 1^ miles from Stirling, M fsncad and 62 acres in fall wheat, $15  acrt, good tarns We show our lainds free of charge Alberta Realty Co W ITH one ribbon and its new three-color device 1ft Tke N0W Hi-Oiioiiie Sndm PlGBaviyiev^rlier 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. SmHIiFFCiiiicr Typewriter C�. 8 SoBtb Lincoln 8t, 8p�kaa�, Waab. This mschine permits not only the use of a three^iolor ribbon, but also of a two-color or single color ribbon. No eitra cost for this 1906 model. -THB- ! � t WE KRE H WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Consists of Wild Lands, from $5.50 to 9.00 per acre en bloc, and 7.50 to 15.00 per acre at retail. Lfind near railway 9.00 per acre and up. * Improved Fafrms $15 to $35 per acre. Now is the time to make selection, if you want good land near railway. CALL ON US FOR INFORMATION. H??TCH 5t OLIVER BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;