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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE HEHALB Friday, November SHRUBS Are you aware large number of SHirubs'that are perfect- ly hardv on the prairie and will thrive there f h- A. 4 .'v'" i year after year, getting'more beautiful every .year? We can'; send you; a selection of twelve varieties, three yfears old, thaV will all bloom this coming summer and all blooming at different periods from spririg'uh- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, balls, .Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, .etc., etc. two to three feet high, three years old, regular value This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Mirror Lake, B. C. ATMAGRATH M SUCCESS J. B. Ririe Won Many After Nov. 24. Although f.he number exhibits -at: the "Seed Fair- held In the town hall yester-iay so great .as in previous ysai VANISHES quality of the. grain shown was very good, considering th season just past Th fair attracted a number .of ,'mers, and no doubt much good be realized by them -through attending -the exhibition and discussing' with the" government judges: the good and bad" qualities of -the exhibits.... J. B. Ririe was the chief exhibitor. He captured all the first prize? for wueat, and was very, successful, in., the otner classes also. Two splendid sam- ples of alfalfa seed oa display, and attracted D. ;F. Fowler had an exhibit.of flax seed, wMch was a very '.good sample, weigh- ing to. ihe-ibushel; Kirie BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT LANDS Offer an Indus- .under the most enjoyable conditions. Why .not-come, to Sunny _ _bkanagah? Here one Mealth- beautiful" surroundings." growing- district 'gives magnifi-' for money and invested. i. -.Families: are few" ORCHARDS in Upper Okanagan is the choicest- tract in Southern British Columbia, It is-iiglitoii a. depot. It fronts on a navigable river. and .very __L needed. _" It lias good roads, good no land, no high winds and-no fruit pests. It is CLASS "A" in every, respect. To insure early settlement of-the-property-the' prices .are ex- tremely low, in fact they will never be equalled "in British'Columbia. In.10 to 20 acre blocks to per acre. Part of the property is ready for planting and the rest very light clearing Small cash deferred payment can be made on the .land. Write for illustrated pamphlet L. 524 Render St. w. Vancouver, B. C. __', sample of peas which weighed to the bushel.; A. E. Wilson, of Indian. Head, Sask., idi C. B. weed .inspector, iidmonton, were the judges.. .'Mr. Lew- Is .said he-was pleased to see thejn- terest talien in- the fair '-ait Magrath, "1 which exceeded that. shown" at the Bother towns he. .-as judge. I In. regard'to the. exhibits .Heartburn or Indigestion Five Minutes Later If you had some Jpiapepsin handy and .would take a little "now your stomach distress or Indigestion would This harmless preparation ,di-.v gest anything you eat "and overcome a saur, out-of-order, stomach before you realize it. If your meals don't tempt or what little you do eat seems; to fill you, or lays like a lump of lead'in your stomach, or if you have heart buro, that is.a of indigestionr- Ask Pharmacist for ,a .50-cent case of. Pape's Diapepsin and -take a little just as_ soon as you can. There will sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with" icid; no stomach gas or heartburn, future or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nau- sea, Diifrl- ness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and, .besides, there no undigested food left over In the stom- ach to poison yo.ur breath ous odors.; Pape's Piapepain-is certain, cure for out'Of-order because- it '-pre- vents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests it just the same, as if your-stomach wasn't there. Relief in five 'minutes 'from all! stom- ach misery is at any ng for you. FIVE MILLION large, oO-cent' cases' .Contain more than sufficient- to thoroughly cure almost any Dyspepsia, in ed himself as being- "highly pleased {with them. One good feature I absence of noxious weed; "I., 1 never seen "such a" fine sample, of :al- j .falfa seed grown 'in the province "as that'.exhibited by Mr. -said Mr. digestion or any other stomach ,dis: FOR OUR SCHOOLS Edmonton, Nov. has credit at Ottawa by rea son of the sales of schools lands since a province in sum over five million dollars terms- of .autonomy tne school lands comprising two sec- tions in each township, are held to the credit or the province. On petiuons from school "districts representing that prices are at a-profitable mark for a sale, the lands are sold from time to .one-tenth down, and the bal- ance-in nine equal annual payments. money is invested by the Do- miniou .'government to the credit of the costs of are deducted f "In Hand, Afong Boundary Laredo, Tex., Nov. Tesacher Be- monstrates Its Great Success Blake public school has become-' the of all Washington Miss, Sue out- its xslever teacher, who persuaded the of Education., to permit the ex- 9f !w. The Waddington- Stuckey Co. HAY GRAIN MERCHANTS Timothy, .Alfalfa; Brome and Upland Oats, Wheat, Bran, Rolled and Chopped Grain and Potatoes always in stock. Office, Johnson Bile Phone 42c Warehouse: Rear of Dallas Phone 683 J Jonn Olson has empJoyed Jerry- Ham jmon to build an. addition to his nouse. I. Jd'anson orougnt" out -a load of .from. bridge, on Tuesda -Miss Alma Spencer nas been suffer- ing from an attack of tonsilitis. Tne United Farmers'of Alberta held a very enthusiastic meeting at the Tur 'in school house on Monday evening. -Miss, Cora .Matthews- is visiting- witn her sister, Mrs, Bert Spencer. Emerson Haynes has his new house about comnJete-fL Vic Van BrocWyn has just a- cistern, f-mainly with seed and its i? fact, that} ed improvement has -been noted in tie; wtiich. will be of value to the farmers! ofT'-aredp a point on the Health Officer of tne district, and I and -J men Purchased horses in The judges left this morning for Raymond, where the annual seed fairj of that town will be held today. CHARGED WITH quietly stops coughs, cures colds, the throat and lungs. 25 cents. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest piices. Phone 676, P.. 0. Box 2060 MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG i t CoaL Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LOWS BROS., Proprietors. Office next Arcade. Phone 1163. Ripley Transfer Gfc, Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 586. Office Opposite Methodist Church. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- fsfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J Smith, 414 Wood St.; Lethbridge; AJberta. Regular sales at J C Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St, on the second "and fourth Tuesday of each month. GENERAL DELIVERY WAGGONS All Hand Made. Best Materials aM Workmansiiin. L. H. FOWLEK