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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November at per sacre. The terms are cash tjiid monthly without inter- on a large proportion of these filnit farms. Are they 5worth the money? Write andksee.f Orchards 'IS' A-. MM (pmafe, Desirable Rainfall imd r? Crop Lvery Year "Jas. Johnstone takes per acre net fromVa 7-year-old apple per acre from "F. G. Fauquier takes 5 of perfect apples from a 5-year- old Spy tree-4he tak'es per acre from 'strawberries and to per acre -tiirjvir annual of Jio HiGnesriii the I District; BritUH Columbia, is 'therefore unnecessary. ?S superb ard Jceepjng. quality. proportion-of the prizes at "the-Natloaaf at Spokane and'at British Horticultural shows, have beec awarded to Kootenay fruit The fruit growing possibilities of.the West Kootenay' have only just been realized. But already slightly- lanas have been sold for and even as high as'Si 000 per acre. The soil, the transportation and the social ad- vantages at Edgewood tract are as good as where these high prices have been realized "Joh'n Ontario fruit grower who has moved to the Kootenay because he gets so much better crops, takes (Jfif per acre from raspberries and per acre from a 12-year-old apple from "Fruit Rahchingfin British Co- bf j; TV Bealby, MA Qrcliart Mild Climate, Desiribfe RafcfaH and Crop The Edgewood Orchard tract is -Valley along the Lower Arrow Lake-farmers r-rov. operatmg alongside this tract for -from TO fruf are now beginning to grow fruit and have-thrift orchards. J r the are held at up- ward orSlOO per acre in large areas of several hundred acres. They are good value at this price. Similar land in Uregon or Washington would cost to per acre. Edgewood Orchard land at to per acre in small farms, is just where values ranged for choice Oregon jtnd Washington fruit lands 10 to 15 years ago -w.- Compared Read About B.C. Fruit Growing Ranching in British Colum- Have aiifApple is-a 200-page illustrated, you Haven't tasted a sample of tfte ______........ kesft varieties, o.f apples -grown, in the book, written by J. f.. vou 'can't apnreciat- how MA, a leading Kootenay fruit grower, th now avpradnflte and formerly a teacher at to Oxford University. Mr Bealby gives not theories. Yend te" cents to cover cost or pacic- ing and mailing and we shall send you a Representative Kootenay apple. will send vou this b'ook" DOS! paid for one dollar. Use this coupon. :'v'-WfiitKTruitLand Worth? l j j This is the name of a booklet we have issued. 'It deals with tWs ques- most carefully, havine been writ- ten by an agricultural editor who .has observed land values widely both in .United States and Canada.. Jncident- aliyMris finely illustrate! send it TRUST MORTGAGE CORPORATION, LTD.. 134 West, Vancouver, British Columbia Ertclosed find One Dollar for which send flortpjud a copy of "Fruit Ranching in British by Bealby. INVFSTORS' TRUST MORTGAGE CORPORATION, LTD.. 134 HastS .Street West, Vancouver, British Columbia. hnciosed find Ten Cents in stamps, for which send me postpaid a representative Kootenay apple, carefully packed. INVESTORS'- TRUST 'MORTGAGE CORPORATION. LTD, 134 Raring, Street West. Vancouver. British Columbia. Kindly send me by return mail the illustrated booklet. What Is Fruit Land am CHANCE FOR A THIRD TERM Roosevelt Out of the Race Comment New- York. Nov. Tribune- regarded; as the mouthpiece of the administration at Washington, factors have contributed to tne: result .and it would be idle 'to attempt' to" apportion the effect of' each, but in the last analysis the con- j trolling reason with those who left off 'supporting the Republican ticket and went over to Dix was the belief that tae time had come to change parties at Albany. Parties caught in misdoing are us- ually punished at the polls, irrespec- tive of the spirit snow and it was all the more certain that this con- sequence wqold follow, prevailing con- ditions; being unfavorable to the Re- publican party. .Into this breach, Col. Roosevelt, just.back his -travels., boldly -threw the force of his personal popularity in an. attempt to save the day "for bis party. The result demon- strates that his nold upon the people whatever it-may be, was utterly inade quateUo-change their determination t put ;another party -in power in Al Th.e_ World, wjiiciQs istic--to Roosevelt, "The entire Roosevelt ticket and New Nationalism have-...gone down to; their Waterloo Roosevelt will not be the Republican for-President in'1912. This is Democratic -victory it -he ordinary sense of that term. While jk is a defeat- for the Taft administra tion