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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TUISDAY, AMIL I, IMf, WAS IN BED FOR MONTHS. PEOPLE SAID SHE HAD Read Mrs. T. 0. Baek, Braeebridge, Oat., waeevfed (and also bar little boy) bj UM UM of Dr. Wood's Norway Eine Byrup. 8be writes: "I tbouht I woold write let you know the benefit I have oeive 1 tarovgh the mw of your Dr. Wood'- Norway Pine Syrup. A Iew years ago 1 ,waa w badly troubled with my luiign people GoManptMW and not live through the Pall. 1 EM! two doo- "ion attending mo and'they were Tery much about ne. I waa ia bed three jtODtiw wHaori up-I oottid not walk, ao bed r to go on my heads and knees for three weaka, and my limbs eeaewd of no to-me. 1 all hopet of ever jMtUua- better -when 1 bAppened to tee in B.B.U. Almanac that Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup was good for weak longa, J .thought I would bottle and by the tinelhad naed it lot bettar, ao got and it made eomplete cure. .My little- boy wae aleo troubled with weak tongiaad it cmred bin. I-keep it in the houei aU UM time aad would be with- out it for 25 eenta all of 'imitation of Dr. Wood'i Norway Pice .fiynp. ineiet-oo getting the original. Pal in; a yellow wrapper wd.three pine keei.the tnde.iuck. ABOUT MIXED FARM ING Keeping of Cattle and Rogs Will Salve Hired Help Problem Speaking of the keeping of cattle a certain farmer remarked recently that "in'.his opinion every farmer of a half i section of land .should keep at.least cattle. practically .solve .the .labor .problem -for it was .then possible to hire a man by the year and .this-could be done at .nearly the same figure as for the eight .summer months. As regajrdt hogs there considerable money in pork at the average price that has prevailed jpr .some years past. In Alberta farmers can, raise hogs of the bacon type as cheaply as. they 'can and green .feed is this Oman's long jjuit with a little chop thrown in for djesert. There is good-'money in hogs at 5 cents a pound: -Oi course the market fluctuates just as wheat does, but the man made money was be who stayed' tfce lousiness year in and year NO NEW ARE BEING APPLIfO FOR Two Lethbridge Applieanti, Hotel and Wholt.aU Edmonton, April -rule that all, applications for renewal of liquor licenses in the province miwt be filed, in the office of-Chief License luspec tor Deyl, before the first of April hag caused the license hranch of the at- torney-general's department to be par- ticularly busy this week. "There are no new applications .for, licenses ia the said the, chief license inspector to a Bulletin, representative this morning. the applications are 'all in, as they- will be by tonight there will be 211 for hotel licenses and 35 for wholesale, licenses. This rtumber includes two applications for hotel licenses, one at. Lethbridge and the other" at the .-new town of Meighn on'the G-. T. P., which were recommended some time ago on the plans submitted by the proprie- tors. The wholesale licenses include one at Lethbridge .which was recom- mended at a.previous date." The license branch of -the attorney general's department has always aim- ed at at improving the standard of ac- commodation which the hotels .of the province offer to the travelling pub- lic. To maintain this position the chief4nspector-found.it necessary last year to suspend several liquor licenses where it.wasjfound that conditions in the hotels weremot as they should be. This has resulted m greater attention being jpaid- to accommodation facilities by the licenses and in their following to the letter the requirements laid down in the act. The license commis-. sioners, when they consider the various: applications and "lind -the report'of the chief such that-all persons in the province, who are granted, licenses will be.compelled to run their hotels primarily for the accommodation of the public. The applications for licenses will be considered by the board of license at fifteen different points ia the province during the month of May. Mr. will sit with the commissioners on the several dates appointed and on hand to give any information required as to the manner .in which the licensees -have conducted their business during .the past year. The commissioners are the same as ,last year with one or two exceptions, with the addition of a new license district at ,01ds. The meetings of the commissioners, will be held at .the following .places Are You oi art in tt incntM of .ncrrooi It took! not otherViiw with drink, tkep, utd m ooaunuaJ round of work, thi the all. tell upon the till they cry out JD wvolt, will not bt till reuwdj M1LBURNIS HEART AND NERVE PILLS tktur energizing propertiM, .aod rtutore to their normal condition. Mrs. Wm. Levi, Out. I Wi for been troubJed.witk -and, like many othen, ipent -of monoj oa, medicine did aw no g -o; 1. I WM to that the kMt ooite would make mod roy would fchornp K ywi dould hear it pUtnly and I oouid .on my mide at night. I a few testimonials of de- cided. to try Haart and 'F.iUs, and to my great joy tod they Completely Kntrea me 'ana it only took six boxes to do it. I have a neighbor, Mrs. Rickett, and I induced her to try them and tliey effected a cure. I can endorse their anyone aflicted M I Price, cento a box, 3 all or mailed direct on receipt of Hce by The T. Mflburn Ca, oil the dates attached. Edmonton, No. 10, Saturday, May lstv 11 a.m. Wetaskiwin, fto. 3, Monday :M-ay 3rd. 3 p.m. Lacombe, No. 3, Tuesday, May 4th, 3 p.m. Red Deer, No. 3, Wwhtcday, May 5, 2 p.m. elds, No. 12, Thursday, May ,6th, 11 a.m. Calgary, No. 9, Friday, May 7th, 11 a.in. CaJgary, No. 4, Saturday, May 8, 3 p.m. Banff, No. 4, Monday, May 2 p.ia. Macleod, No. 5, Wednesday, May -12, 3 p.m. Lethbridge, No. 5, Thuis., -May 13, 3 p.m. Pincher Creek, No..6 Friday, May. 14 3p.m. Frank, No. 6, Saturday, May ,15th, 3.p.m. Medicine Hat, No. 7, Monday May 17, 3 .Edmonton, :No. .1, Saturday, May-22, 11 a.m. ;Strathcona, No. 1, Saturday, May 22; 4 p.m. per mpnth AGE OF fHIS OFFER AT ONCE We are the largest owners of first-class fruit lands on direct existing lines of transportation in British Columbia. In order to advertise West Kpotenay fjjrow frait and have decided for a short time only to sjaU orchaid tracta at 'FRUITYALE for cash and per month for ten i -Dll? TVT'TZ'WIPHT' aCrftS "HAK.tJ-ilrinJLI is "located forty miles south of Nelson on the Spokane southernmost and warmest valley in the Kootenay District, soiittoern British Gohmbia. The railroad runs through the and the located in the centre, witb 25 mii of Mediating therefrom. orchard tnct facee on 6ne pntj-pradsd f and imprqred bridges, FRUITVAljE has daily pfjpsenger and freight pott office with daily mail, iowifeiieral meat market, hotel, echcol, church teiTices 350 population: Theft home and good nsighbouis every few yards, FBUITV ALE hail: numerous streams of pure water. The soil is rich ysllow fruit learn with chy sub-soil, level t gently sloping, and uniformly free from YOU MAKE A MISTAKE If yon don't swod w your name and addrew at once, so that we can mail to you free of ohaige maps, plans, pbotos and sptcific descriptions of thcst grand brohaird homei. DO IT WGflT M9i. or you will be too late, Brchanl tesociation, ltd. NEUSOM, JANE CABLE STORY QEORQE BARR McCUTCHEON I 'know it Is wrong. Bat how I it? I've loved him erer I flret iftw Mived bby Juw was aitotmded- The tbruvt ed her to quick, "gtred bU lifer though be doet not know It -It was1 when -we were of -the My poor -brother was dytof. Prom -the 'convent Afuloaldo and his men were watching and ftfht on rpiaaa. They paid no at- tention tirl. Tbe noise of the fighting men was terrible, and I climb- ed up to a -window where I could aee. Suddenly below me I two men flgutiuf ftvtrt from the struggling maw. 'ImtSnilnstaiit It tflubed-tbroogu iny -piind >ttet the Filipino over- powertaf the going to kill him. Altboncn 1 hated them .equally, there was sometliing in the young dtert' I -could -not see him mnr- dered. a ptotol that .was lying ox and toed. The Filipino felL In terror of the deed and fear of dis- covery i tan to my brother. In a mo- ment the Americans broke into the lonvent loa know the rest" Jane was suffering the keenest jeeJoosy and asked excitedly: "Yoorr-yon aidtbatr "And finally, irlwn I had learned to care' for him and' he was wounded, to have been denied, tbe right of nursing him beck to my place usurped by you! --Surely I tave as much to be proud of yon, "and I lore him a morer "As mncfc to be Jane was laying, for the Moment all tbe gone from ber voice, the flame from her cheeks, but her meaning could not nave been understood by the other, who proudly, ddiintiy tossed back her head. 'BeAutifal indeed was this brown skinned, black eyed girl as she stood rfifjT irttaitTriir her rights to an unre- quited a haait already tenanted by aaothaiv and tbftt other tbe -woman before.her. "Now. can yon the girl went -tt hurt me to see f or hfcm, to see bis eyes for- erer seareiitag :fer you They a. mMMBt i A w-hrtful -look wai Inlher eyes jttnr. and. her tm- mittakaMy tecoadllable when ate so good and true mined "Ah, be ixv when '.I. was alone wJtli thenv-before you came! I pray God now that be may be-, well arid -that you may make blur happy." "Alas, I am afraid that can never be! You cannot understand, and I can- not .explain." "3f our family objects; because lie is poor and a common soldier? She laughed, bitterly, a .green light is her eyes. "If it I. '.no .one could keep me from belouging to him. I "Don't! Don't say it! You don't Un- Jane "Dios, .bow 1 loved him! I would bnye gone through nay whole life :wlth He must have known it too." "He was 'trne to said Jane, her Ugure 'straightening involuntarily, a new gleam in her eyes. you are lucky, senprita! 1 love and I .could hate. -you so easily! Go! Cio! Take hi yop and give blip Forget me. ns 1 shall forget you And. itiirmlsively. taking from- round 7her ueck 'an Agnus; Dei which she 'was wearing; -placed it in Jane's hands mid added. "Give this to him. please, and do not -forget tell jhlm'.that I sent good by, luck." Jane would have kissed her bad not the blazing eyes of the other forbade. They, merely clasped- hands, and-Te- .resa turned .away. _ "5ry uncle" irveslii Manila. He will take me to Madrid. We cannot live here with these pigs of Americans; about she said shortly. A mo-. ment w-as .-lost in the crowd. 7 Jane's heart was heavy when ;sbip moved Her rough the thjpng for the slight -figure of -the girl who had abandoned a lost cause... CHAPTER XXVI. HEN Banse- uier -'to Manila, o n d e-5 almost to death. Colonel H a r b n baa her Installed reg- as a nurse for Bausemer, con- ccaslon not willingly granted. .Those days were like yenrs to her. Sbe was ,tbUi and worn wbei) she came-.down 'from tbe north, bui she: was bagrard with anxiety and despair when the two days of suspense wore ended. Ethel.. Harbin was -her ablest allv. This rather l.-nvlpss young, person laid aside the hearts was -toyipg nnd'bcnt to Columbia DryCeH Batteries For gasoline engine ignition, for bell or telephone work W: L McKeiok ft Co. EkatHciaat Redpath St. Lethbridge ow ISL.AND ALBERTA Choice Business and Residential This townsite is situated sixty-four miles east of the City of Lethbridge, on the Crow's Nest Pass Division of the C.P.R, and has the celebrated "Old Glory" gas well adjoin- ing the townsite. There is a good supply of coal afrd water. No investment on earth like earth itself. Buy now, as- prices are advancing daily. Prices of Lots range from to according locatiqn. Special Prices for Blocks. Terms are One-Third Gash, and the balance payable in Six and Twelve Months with interest at six per cent, per annum. For full particulars call or write to Bow the cause.OT roma.L 11 was-not long before every yourig ouic-er in, the ;Ciry was more or. less Interested !n.tbe frire of Graydon Tvausetaer. She-threw njyst'eo' 'about the "jpil- lionaire's -son1" ;md the greM 'devotion of army foUp.wed-EthebUi and from -the "uospi-- tal for days npd .Witnout Ethel it is ;iiuite doubtful; if nnybodyi owld have kuown what -a mpnaitrons ioipor- tntit persbjiage real- ly At. of he was able Ms nurse and Ethel. of to Colonel Har- "He'li get. wei.I. uf ?Ue can't help it. 'r-never knew before ciety vocfd do for ;i "feilow. He's go: ,a-.society uui-so. anJ IIP Ls visited .by-a society "Do you will to do enoogJiT' .tV "I don't why. Tbt? .yovtTiiment won't let biiu do it, I bat's all. He claim a pcn'siou -arid jji-t but with mar be a iiipdal. hj> enough, bovrevpr.. fallow: cmiltl .go on tv bike lusjdu. of a "I isiipi'iosn all In? goi.usr home before Ions. This war over." We'll lipluiiiy these Ah. there's your COMMERCIAL EXPANSION ;uui istupur. Gray- don Iwpju joyous words of iovo to .iiine. iii.s bright witb the 'jrljiLliicss bis piiin had She clicked weak out- bursts at irpforc many days had -piisatKl -sbe obligeij to resort to a firmuess shocked bim Into a resentful siience. was even barsli in her command. It cut Uer to tbe quick to hurt biui. but sbe was steel- Ing herself ugahist tbe future. When he was abie to walk out in the grounds withdrew farther into the background of their daily 'life. He hungered for ber, but she begun to him with a strange that brought starvation to. his heart.- While abe was ever attentive to his wants. her gmile lacked the tenderness he bad known in the of danger, and her face was strangely somber and white. "Jane." wid to her one day as he came in from his walk and laid down bis crutches'. can't fo on any tonger. Whht vte tue matter? Vou Jove not yt She stood straight nnd be- fore him, while her heart M cold OK fee. love yoij, r.rayijdn. 'with all my 1 shall you. please, don't aj'ft any moro of mo You undftRsinnd, yon? can- oo( IK as never. to yoc-yo'.i know that I love you." H. Vineburg fit Co., Limited, formed with-capital of-a quarter of amijlioiv 'dollars growth of well known house. rErogress is not the result of luck ot .chance. Progress is only another name for hard work and business hon- esty. The firms which are yearly in- creasing their -sales, adding to their list of customers and'.--.winning new prestage for their names, are the truly progressive firms. "The title "Progress Brand" is es- pecially -appropriate for the clothing made by Messrs. ELVineberg Co. .because this iirm is .known far and wide jfor their proigressive methods of doing business. In fact, the demand for "Progress Brand" .Clothing has ber come so pronounced that greater fa- cilities became imperative. A -poinimon charter was accordingly obtained, incorporating H. Vineberg Co., Limited, with a paid-up capi- tal of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars Among the share- holders 'are nanny English and CanaxU ian capitalists. Mr. Vineberg, the founder of the business, remains at the head of the new organization, as president, with younger' blood on the directorate. The new corporation has the ad- vantage ot succeeding to one of the known businesses in Canada, its products being appreciated by the consumers as -well as thS dealers, and we predict for the new organization a prosperous career. -The Eastern Townships 'Bank will shortly begin the erection of a 000 brick and stone "bank- building at .Grand Forks, B, C. T. E. PATTERSON. Office, Oliver Block. Phone M7. market.." Prompt ORTJBE TOUK Coal from Phone 987. Best and cleanast on. 4he delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed. DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty higher tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality 'on easy terms. FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crpp payment plan or spread over term of years at C per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the "time to insure yaur house and furniture. Lowest boaid rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN The best is none too good for. Buy a Heinteman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms 01: discount for cash. Orders and so-X licited; Phone No. 28T. For FLOORS TAT.SES CHAIRS mlnri! grain. By ovng t.Sc Craw i. color, ti CM be rtliintJ on otJ In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD ACNEW CO, ;