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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, I Ml. In the white light of publicity, Mooney's Biscuits stand out like the beacons on a rock-bound coast. Like the light-house, Mooney's name is a guide to safety in ordering fresh, crisp biscuits. MOONEY BISCUIT CANDY CO. LIMITED Stratford. Hamilton, OtUwjs. Sydnay, Calfary, Vancouver. 127 TO HELP THE FISHERMEN Dr. Wilfrid Grenfell of Labrador to Combat Influence of the Saloons ready been done, exhibiting a num- ber of beautiful pictures of their res- cue homes, their .emergency hospitals throughout 'the frozen north, where tuberculosis is so prevalent, and which carries so many their peo- Toronto. April Wilfrid T. pie awav. Grenfell, medical missionary in New-; of the deaths i foundlancJ and Labrador are -due to found land and Labrador, gave an il- lustrated lecture in Slassey Hall, to a well-filled house, on the great; tuberculosis, said he., and this fearful proportion is due, not to climatic conditions, but to the entire lack of needs of that semi-Arctic sphere. "The best appeal to a man's soul today is not in what, we may say- to j knowledge 01 hygenic and the value him. but it is in what we .do for! 9f cheap nutritious foodstuffs, said! he. He said tne people of We fmd that few" that coast were not educated, in a j who sPeml the part of their sense that we are so privileged, but; lives on the sea c311 swim. They are by Dr. Grenfejl is to establish a Sea- men's and Fishermen's Institute where these .people may have the conveniences cf the public houses of- fered them, without the dangers. SALOON'S POPULAR RESORT 1 "There's no piacc but a saloon where these men can wash when they come ashore, and there's no place where they can rnitted by'the -woolen mills. With uniform quality they enforce a uni- form price in all the that a gentleman, may :buy in Lethbridge at the same price he would pay in Montreal. indication of enterprise and energy. Let's all do that. Prof. G reenfield is transacting busi- ness in New Dayton and will be ab- sent for some-time. Joe Connolly has returned from Minnesota and is more enthusiastic over Alberta than before he left. C. Harrison was down in this lo- cality saying hello to the boj-s. He dtd not have a livery team or an automobile but he was driving a large yoke of oxen. r Willie Bounton, who had one of his hands torn off by. the explosion of a Always the elean and quick dust route in "Sunshine" Furnace via grate, to pan, to dust-pipe, to dome, to chimney, to open air. Write to us for "Sunshine" testimonials received from your own townspeople. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG The HICK HARDWARE CO. VANCOUVER JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON X CALGARY I LOCAL AGENTS were transacting business in Tabcr Friday. Ban Ferguson is busy today ex- Auction Sale On. Saturday, May 15, 1909, at the hour of: eleven o'clock in the morning the following lands will be sold by public ouction, subject to an upset price of per acre: The Southerly, 120 acres of the northeast quarter and the northerly foryt acres of the southeast quar- ter .of Section ,25., Township 9, Range 26, West Fourth Meridian. Such sale to take place in the Court House IN OF MACLEOD, ALBERTA. This land will be sold subject .to the payment at the time of sale of the value of improvements thereon, con- sisting of 90 acres breaking, value 1 mile fencing, value to- tal. This land will be sold subject to the Purchased Homestead condi- tions of; the Dominion Lands Act. Copies of the Land Regulations may be obtained from the: Agent of Do- minion Lands, Lethbridge, Alberta, any sub-agent of Dominion Lands, or from the undersigned... Any person, whether having pre- viously held, or at the present time holding entry for a -Homestead, Pre- emption, op purchased Homestead, is eligible to purchase. TERMS One-third of purchase price at time of sale and the balance in five equal annual installments, -.with 5 per cent, interest per annum from date cf eale. If cheques are tendered in payment they must, ;be marked by the Bank on which they are drawn. J. W. Inspector Dominion .Land Agencies. Medicine Hat, Alta. 112-20 fuse cap, is getting along as -well as j plaining hotr it all happened, -by can be expected. Dr. Woodcock, our j telling the neighbors he was not go- local physician, is looking after the We arc aU; conjrratulatihg our- selves in having a skilled doctor so hear at hand.': i. John Hemple has moved his fam- ily out to in-our township- Thomas Lytle left Wednesday for Ixmsford, Iy. .jon a business. trip- Thursday Mrs. E. 0. Wright was taken suddenly sick.- Medical aid was soon summoned and under the skilful treatment of Dr- Woodcock she "is getting along nicely-. John Booderson, a brother of Mrs. A. Wilncr, who got hurt last .week while working on the bridge at Ta- ier, is able to be around in all parts of the country, he is par ticularly- fitted'.to .express >an opin- ion. Mr. .Considine has eight en- tries at the present ing through-those acrobatic: perform- ances on his own accord, but was like the fellow that was yoked up with the calf he got started "and couldn't stop. Don's team became unmanagable and ran away; with, him, the plow tuod everything, and as the Jines slipped 'over His shoulders he was stood on his head for some time, which caused all the silver to drop from his pockets. He now. mourns the loss of a "dime.- Rev. McComb preached an interest- ing sermon, to a large and attentive congregation last Sunday.: A min- ister's efficiency can not be wholly measured by his popularit It is one thing to tickle the ears -of INCREASE THE RATES Toronto, April increase in rates -to correspond with 'experienc- ed old line companies was. recom- mended yesterday afternoon by Mr7 j.'_ Suptv. of Insurance tor Ontario in. an address at the opening 'of the Canadian Fraternal Association annual meeting. Page lawn Wire Fence On account .of Mr. Dorrom losing multitude and quite another to move all ot his horses the neighbors have men in the region of motive, .purpose' volunteered to each give a day's -work with teams. The list is -as fol- lows Messrs. Wilner; Boodersbn, Hehman. Ellingson, Rice; Glum, Brunton, Burns and Fin" ders. A., Wilner in his persistent effort-to get a schoolhouse, was posting no- tices this .week asking for which in our very rea- sonable to build and equip a schoql house. i E. 0. Wright and G-. Lockhart Electric Restorer for.Lost Manhood Restores every nerve in the body to its proper -tension; vim and vitality. Prematuie decay and all sexual weaknesses averted at oncel Phosphonol will make you a new man. Price, a box. or two for Mailed to any address on re- ceipt of price. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Ont. and moral conduct, it is one thinp to sound the -popular note and an- othar to voice the message that the age most needs. Mr. McComb is very much appreciated in this locality as ft- preacher and usually sounds the right note. A sample may be seen at A. RochonV on Crabb Street near Conrtland 3-ft fence, 2 He. per foot 3-ft 6-in. fence, 24c. per foot Best steel wire fence made Older from A.ROCHON, Crabb Stmt A BOOST FOR VANCOUVER Vancouver B. C-, April Columbia Dry Cell Batteries For gasoline engine ignition, for bell or telephone work W. L. McKenzie Co. Electricians Bedpath St. Lethbridcje derful, wonderful, it is a tremendous undertaking and -I take my hat off to the Vancouver men who had the faith in the city to stand back of such a proposition. There is nothing like it outside of New Yorkj and to the outsider it surely shows that there is' a very solid bottom to the growth of Vancouver, If it was otherwise your leading business men would not be behind the Vancouver horse Thus spoke Mr. J. W. Considine of- Seattle, at the horse show' last night and as Mr. Considine owns and ex- hibits some of the finest horses in America and has won blue ribbons Headquartert for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Hem 3, Ott Bliek Phone 180 I Auction Sale On Tuesday Next, April 27th, 1909 AT WABNER, AT fl A.M. FRANK U WADDINGTDN Instructed "by Mr. Rigby, owner. _will sell by pub- lic auction, as the following property: LOT 1 Two lots Nos.JLT and 18 in Block 8, with 2 roomed shack (size ojf rooms 12x18 and 7x18.) LOT 2 One Lot No. 19. in Block 8, with shed thereon. All tiie fencing on" and around the property will be sold as a separate lot. Also a 4-hole cooking range. Tlie company will please meet the auctioneer on the property at 9 o'clock a.m. F, G. WADDINGTON Lethbridge Auctioneer No Oist ii the "HECtA" HJRHACE, As the mercniy in a thermometer expands with heat and wili cold, so does every other metal expand and contract but ia different proportions. Steel and iron to a fnrnace expand and contract, bot in different degrees. When tie metals are joined by bolta wid cement, the expansion and contrac- tions gradually loosens, the bolts and allows the cement-to drop oat, and the openings left -allow the dust and gu to escape to the rooms above. In the HECLA, there are no bolts cement. The joints are made by fusing the steel and iron" together at as. a blacksmith welds together the pieces of a horseshoe. v The HECLA FUSED JOINTS are after ten years use, as before the first-vsras started. Send us a rou.crli pJan of your house and we win give you an estimate of 'of installing; a HECLA FURNACE. Iso charjte for this. SOLE The Western Tinsmithing Co. Phone.266 Next to Herald Office LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box4J7 ALTA, i Lcthbridge's Leading Mechanics Western Plumbing Company Next Door to Herald Office Phone 266 Box 417 Plumbing Heating Lighting All work under personal ;