Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 10 The Lethbridge DaUy Heralrt. 8atin'�1ay. April 30,1910. Best Grades Lowest Prices THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY IIQOIOIOIOMOIO BY THE lOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. Lethbridge - - - . Atta. DRAYING Call up Phones: Office-1034 Residence-1204 HAY AND GKAIN FOK SALE Ripley Bros. 1^ For Sale The World's most famous Motocyde "The Indian" Holder of all World's Records 2 3-4 h.p. single cylinder $300 4 h.p. single cylinder . .$325 5 h.p. twin cylinder ____$375 J. H. White -Local Agent- 1220 Bompas St. P.O.Box 1972 Opening Announcement The Lethbridge Cycle Co. Next Hotel Arlington Where only high grade cycles will be handled, fitted with Dunlop tires and ball bearings A full 2 years' guarantee as cycle makers of 20 years prac-liciil experience. All kinds of repair work done here bound to give satisfaction. Coaster hubs, 2 and 3 sped gears, free wheel brakes, fitted. All accessories. J The Ijeonard (Jaetz Memorial church was opened in Hed Deer on Sunday, Rev. Dr. Riddell and Rev, O. W. Ker-hy being the preachers of the day. The steel gang on the C. N. H. Cal-gaj'y branch a'eadhed Camrose at the eufcof last week. OUR STOCK OF ACCESSOIMES is iirriving daily and \vc will Ix- in .sliiMie to supply your re (luirements in this line in ;i very complete mannov. The Standard Garage Co. PHONE 564 WOOD ST. SOUTH AFRICA'S !V!EW CAPITOL Johannesburg, April 2!).-The con tract for the Union Houses of Parlia nient in Pretoria has been signed tlic amount being upwards of |3,000, 000. This Is the largest contract in the history of South Africa. BRITISH * COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104.106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of Photographic Post Cards in the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying ^ Iriterjor Views a Specialty SpeciabJitid^Pronfist;! Attbhtion Given to Amateur Developing and ~ ' - Printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press" and "Daily Mir.-or," London Eng. V I STATEMENT FROM REV. J. E. PGHSON Explains About His Transfer From bgersoU To Edmonton Kev, .1. E. Hughson writes from In-gersoU ;is follows with reference to Ills transfer to Edmonton: "From some short Items I have noticed in your paper, .and from letters 1 have received. I infer th.at niy position in relation to my transfer to the Alberta Conference is not clearly understood by my friends in the West. "I will give you theortunity to enjoy themselves. It was in the very small Jiours of the morning before the party broke up. Mr. Burnap is looking forward to a big crop. He has over 200 acres sown. A KNIGHT FOR A DAY" AT THE MAJESTIC. The attraction "A Knight for a Day," which plays at the .Majestic 'I'licatre to-night, will be quite up to tUp sl;iiKlai'd already established. It is remembered as a production of nu-lupi-oiis electrical surprises and gorgeous eciulpment. It is one of those "girly" iUtraction-s, charming in its score and uproariously mirthful in srory and incident. There are few theatre-goers who are not familiar with the misadventures of Jonatlian .Joy, the nervy little waiter masquerading as a knight, and Tilly Day, the "servant lady." Gus Sohiko is responsible tor the chorii.s numbers and ensembles which were a feature of the original production. Tile company to be seen here has been personally directed by Mr. Sohlkc. Among fhe musical numbers in ".-V'Knight for a Day" which may lay claim to popularity are, "Life is a See-Saw," "The Little Girl in Blue," Wiiistlp as you walk out." "What fools we mortals be," "I'd like another situation just like that," and "The garden of dreams." "The audience remained in their seats shouting for more," is the concession of tlie Boston Globe aiient the premiere performance at the Tremont 'i'lieatie, Boston, of "A Knight for a Day," the musical production containing the above numbers. The perform ance is listed for a date here very soon and the same excellent company, with the entire production complete win be given, the same as at C'hicago, New York and Boston. H. P. S. Donaldson of Odessa, Ont., has been aj)pointed assistant manager of the Northern-Crown branch at Red Ueer. Zaiii-Biik ii 3 Ac'cUleiits It would seem that Zam-Buk, the famous healing balm we hear so highly spoken of everywhere, is particularly useful in the fartiily circles. A report sent by .Mrs. E. Oavey. 786 Ellice Ave., Winnipeg, will illustrate this. She says: ".My little boy of three, while ])laying, fell from a high verandah to the ground, culting his forehead badly, instead of calling a doctor who would undoubtedly bave put in a number of stitches, 1 bathed the wound well, and applied Zam-Uuk. The little fellow, although suffering keenly soon had relief from his pains, in the coAirse of throe weeks by applying Zam-Buk daily, the wound in his fore-liead was nicely healed. "Since then I have also used Zam-Buk for a boil which came on my cheek and which proved very painful and looked unsightly. Zam-Buk soon drew the boil to a head and It then (luickly banishfd it. "Anotlier time my baby was scalded oil her left thigh and calf of leg with boiling water. This was a severe scald and the child suffered so-! verely, screaming from pain. Directly It was done I thought to use Zam-Buk, as we had a box In the house, and spreading some on lint I wrapped up the baby's limb. Next morning she rested much easier and I applied a fresh bandage with Zam-B,uk, I kept this treatment up daily and was rewarded by seeing a great improvement each time I dressed the wound. In a short time the scalds were all iiU'oly healed. "I cannot recommend Ibis wonder-ml healing preparation too highly foi family use, and 1 have such great faith in its healing powers that my house is never without a box." For all skin injuries and diseases piles, eczema, salt rlieuin and lace sores Zam-lliik is absolutely unequalled. .lOc a box at. all druggists and stores, or post free from Znm-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse all substitutes. Local Man ReceiveM Letter From Man in Span-Ksh FtU'tresM uV man imprisoned in a Spanish fortress for bankruptcy; that man having 1250,000 In a certain town on this continent, unable to handle it owing to ..is trunk, containing all his papers being in the possession of the Spanish authorities, and unauie to get out of the fortress or gain possession of this trunk until he has paid all his debts, i-s the background ot a scheme to "work" a well-known local man ot considerable means. The unfortunate prisoner offers to give the local man one third of the |:.'o,,000 If iie will advance him enough funds to enable his release from the fortress. Of course, this Is but an appearance in Western Canada of the famous old "Spanish fortress" confidence trick which has been worked for years, often with considerable success to the operators, in England and the United Slates. The following is the letter received a couple of days ago by the local man. The letter was dated "Madrid, .'\pril L^ud." and bore a Spanish stamp and a Madrid postmark. It was written on foreign writing paper in a very foreign looking hand: "Dear Sir-I need the co-operation of a honest man for recovering ?250,-000 that under cerLaln circumstances, that I am disposed to explain you fully, I have in a town of .America. Your name has been known to me by references. "I am into prison for bankruptcy and for such a reason it shall be necessary at all tiiai you come to Spain to leave free the seizure of a baggage of mine in which is hidden the Indis-pensible paper for the recovery of said amount, paying to the Tribunal the charges of my.trial. "Useless the matter witliout coming to Spain, being yourself rewarded in recompense with the third part of said amount. "I can not receive your answer at prison, but should you be disposed to aid me, the matter being a pressing one, please cable to a faithful servant! of mine whose name and address are here under and I will send you full particulars. "Then I shall sign full name but in the meantime I only sign, F. de L. y M. Please send your cablegram as follows: Oosalvez, Jacometrezo, 2;j Tercero .\, .Madrid. OF CANADA. ESTABLISBEO laW Total AsseH Oct. 30, tOO* Over 42,000,000. Every Service A Bank Can Render to a Farmer, a Merchant, Business Man, Firm or Corporation, a School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render you. Notes or other Negotiable Paper discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Qrder or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign'Exchange boiip-ht and sold. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. - Highest current rate of Interest paid on Savings deposits, jii.oo or upward starts an account. Main Office cor. Round & Redpath St* I J. R. ANDCP80N Sub-Office Wettmintter Rd., N. Ward | Manager. Stirling Branch-A. H. Roach, Acting Manager. Graasy Laka-R. W. BallHe. Manager._ THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BEAD OFFICS. TOKONTO ESTABLISUED I8�T b. b. WALUR, Prealdent AUXASDBK LAIBO, General Kanafer Paid up Capital, $10,000,000 Reserve Fund, - 6.000,000 Braocbes throughout Canada, and in the United States and England COUNTRY BU8iNEsF^:irr^tt:,;r:r"� banking business. Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection. BANKING BY MAIL My with equal facility. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, MILK RIVER BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, WARNER BRANCH, Accounts may be opened by mail and monies deposited or withdrawn in thic m C. G. K. NOUR8E, Manager. A. J. BURN8I3E, Manager. C. H. ANDERSON, Manager. A. J. BURN8IDE, Manager. THRtE SEALERS WERE DROWNED IN PACinc Victoria, B. C, .^prll 28.-F. C. Mc-Ardel, a prospector, ihls son, sixteen; Austin Luckevltch, son of a storekeeper at Hesquoit, and a mining engineer named Bond were drowned on the west coast according to news received by provincial police. The four men were in a sealing boat bound for Badger Point. The boat had been washed ashore and a number ot ar ticles of clothing found, but not the bodies. Camrose council has decided to employ M. -�v. Ma.xwell, a Boston expert, to draw plans and specifications for a municipal lighting plant. JUST ARRIVED ^ New Model No. 10 Smith-Preiniei* VISIBLE Typewriters p. O. Box 261 ' Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY A EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferln St. Lethbridge, Alta. THE STKEKT KAILWAY PKOBLEM A prominent capitalist and investor recently in Lethbridge in speaking of the municipal transportation problem said to the Herald. "There is a crying demand to-day in this city for street car service. "L,eUibrldge covers as much ground as many cities of twice its population. Much ot the .X'ortli Ward, now thickly built up, is over a mile from the business centre, and a large percentage of those living on the south side reside I'rom ten to fifteen minutes walk from the Square. Ten years ago wlien Ureal Falls, Mont., was a city ot! about eight tliousaml, it had ten miles of street car service, and this fact is largely responsible for Its rapid grow-tli. .Many other smaller places tlian Lethbridge could be ciied in this regard. "We undersuind tue present iiower plant ,hore is amply sufficient to supply power for transportation for several years to come. In a city as level as this, and free from rock, the cost of Installing a few miles of track would be comparatively small. The cost of purchasing and maintaining a few cars would be equally so. The convenience to a large per cent, of the present populiiUon, as well as the impression of up-to-dateness and enterprise to those vIsJUd;; the city with an idea of investing, would bo very great. iLethbrldge has the start. The eyes of the surrounding country are upon her as a distributing and manufacturing centre. Lot us by all means do ever.vthing In our power to maintain the lend we have acciuired. It is better for us to be a little ahead of tJie times than a little behind, and street car service Is surely a big step ill the right direction." Improved Section o20 acfcs plowing. 160 acres in .S])ring; wheat. Five miles t'roiii New Dayloii. 8t!rlii)U' or ^V(>lls Siding-. $30 per Acre Address B. S. Young Kayiiioiid, Alta. UNION TRUST COMPANY FARM LOANS To Progressive Farmers wiio have prospeots of succeeding. Unlimited money is a necessity to the development of aW now countries, and o,ur arrangements enable us to provide for every desirable transaction connected with the farming interests of the West. I'rogressive farmers realize the value of securing more acreage adjoining their own propentics. The Union Trust Co. will be able to provide the funds for all tran'sacMons of this nature as woll as all desirable farm loans. MARKET GARDENING OR DAIRYING 10 acre tracts, fine soil, irrigated, only 4 miles S. E. of City, $100 per acre-1-3 payable in cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months with interest at 6 per cent, T. E. PATTESON, Agent LETHBRIDGE-SUITE 3 HILL BLOCK-PHONE 673 ,^ -�r".;.-?.a.*.V-,.^'T^*-->:,Tr'..,;^'"