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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, ..DECEMBER 4, 1908. PAGE THREE 1 1 Boils and Pimples Ai'e caused entirely by tho in art impure condition, and the ijuickcet and simplest way to get rid of them ia to tako a few bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters. Tliig purely vegetable remedy has cured thousands of canes of these painful and ------B----j ..._ ycarti. BOILS. Mr. 8. J. Weir, River- view, Out., "Lust summer I had nineteen buiU ou my neck auii lack. I was olT work fur over two weeks. I took every- thing 1 could think of but to no effect. I got a bottle of Mood liilteia and before I hail used liulf the bottle thu boiln wore gone. I took tho rest of it, however, I have not Imd a, boil since." BURGLARS ROUNDED UP Raid Made Upon Gang of Profosional Safe Crackers Winnipeg, special from Minneapolis ''says: "Nine men, sup- posed to members of a gung of professional safe crackers, wanted in various towns of the North-West and from points in Canada, were captured here in a raid on rooms at Twenty-j seven Eastman Ave., Nicolet by Pinkerton detective Ole Rindahl of St. Paul and four mill city officers. A complete outfit of explosives and various accessories commonly used by safe crackers were confiscated. The catch is considered by the police of the Twin Cities to be most important. The men under arrest gave these names: M. E. Howard, Thomas Bur- m'r, Edward Ltburg, Harry Dean, W. J. Joseph Bcuningham, John Baker :ind Guslaf Peterson. JUST ARRIVED Mrs. W. J. Gran- .f. dun, .St. Murv's, Out., HMVLEK. writes: was trouble! with pimples on my fnoo for a cmiplu of years and tried r. good di-ul of patent but they were not of much use. Finally 1 used four bottles of Urn dock ;Blood Bitters and am iiuw entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. TueT: Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont ASSETS SOLD. Toronto, Dec. estate to the amount of belonging to the York Loan assets, has been sold by the National Trust Co., liquidators, during November. A VAUDEVILLE HOUSE Toronto, Dec. A. Smith, di- rector and Lawrence Solomon are in New York, with the intention of mak- ing a deal whereby the Royal Alexan- dria theatre will lie converted into vaudeville house. It is said that William Morris, a vaudeviellc man will take over the house at a renta of a year. To the Electors of the City of LethhriJge Nov. 20, 1908. Ladies- and Gentlemen: I have decided to come forward as an Independent candidate for one of the vacant seats on the City Coun- c'l. I am in favor of help ing" derfion finish his work and help to make this city one of the brightest best in-Alberta. I am in favor of a-progressive policy with economy. I am strong against the last act of the City Council, in increasing Sec.- Treasurer Robinson's salary per year and if elected I will move that the order be rescinded forthwith and let Robinson resign if he' is not sat- as there are plenty of good men in the city who would perform the duties equally as well as Robin- son. Before I will vote for. any in- crease, I shall have to be shown'that the person or persons are giving the city value for the money paid them. The Works and Property Department shall have my close attention and if elected my policy will be a square deal to all ratepayers. Thanking you in anticipation of your support, J remain, Your obedient servant, DAVID KUfCL ND HAND STORE The Old Old Story Is as Good as Ever Viz That This Store Beats the Band For Bargains Kawl Luke Frank Waddington TELEPHONE aei 410 ROUND STREET An assorted shipment of WINDOW SHADES CURTAIN POLES CARPET SWEEPERS More FURNITURE Call and See Them White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street CANNED HINTS FOR THE HOME Little Hints Which Will Help Save Wear r.nd Tear in House- holds DISTRIBUTION OF SEED GRAIN AND POTATOES From the Central Experimental Farm Ottawa, 1908-9 By instruction of thf; Hon. Minis- ter of Agriculture a distribution is being made this season of samples' of superior sorts of grain and pota- toes to Canadian farmers for the im- provement of seed. The stock for dis- has been eecured mainly from thr: Experimental Farms at In- dian Head, Sarfk., and Brandon, Man. The samples consist of oats, spring wheat, barley, peaSj Indian corn (for ensilage only, and potatoes. The quantity of oats sent is 4- Ibs., and of wheat or barley 5 Ibs., sufficient in each case to sow one-twentieth of an acre. The samples of Indian corn, peas and potatoes weigh 3 Ibs. each. j A quantity of each of the following varieties has been secured for this plying for Indian corn or potatoes should bear in rniud that the corn is not usually distributed xinti! April, and that potatoes cannot be mailed until danger from fm-t in transit is over. No postage is in- quired on mail matter to the Central Experimental Farm, 'Ot- tawa. WM. SAUNDERS, Director of Experimental Clothes, can he ironed much more i middy il .sprinkled with warm wa-j ter instead of cold. j liici: water .shoulu never be thrown; away. It excellent .-stock for; .-oup. 'A'h'-Ji are to Ije beaten, fasten them to the iiiK'.s with the hirfjest; .safely pins. When ironing cloth ruh each on the it'.sidv with yellow soap be- fore with the iron, Next li.--.-i to having u thin felt un- der (MrjK't i.s to have several s of newspaper. Natural wooJ kitchen tables and nk beards can be kept cleaner if rub them with the cut hah" of a EXCURSIONS Round Trip Fare From LETHBR1DGE To Montreal..- Toronto-.- Ottawa..... 56.60 Quebec..... 61.50 Proportionate fares to many other points in Ontario, Que- bec, and Maritime Provinces. Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1st to 31st, 1908; return limit three months from date of sale. MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL and Marble may it witli a clo'h aii'l then poli.-iilrj (fry ciotii, I'or cracked li many suffer :iL lii Cleaned by rubbing j ipped in turpentine i lrjg il with a clean Iroiu which so i tirn-, try the ap- plication of houoy rind glycerine equal parts. Raw beef ixr.U' ml 3 Farms 1 thrown away; for, broken into Washington, Dec. G. Keith, f New York, sprung u little surprise u tho ways and means committee of he House when he asked for a spec- ific- duty on dried eggs, a powder prepared from fresh and stale egirs. He showed samples and said cus- ards and other foods in which fresh eggs are generally used are made of Get our PRICES Place Your Orders for OWING ....WITH.... JUS, FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 J on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Paiated Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles v before buying elsewhere' We have just placed a' carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock SCRAMBLED EGGS FROM EGG POWDER an exeell-nt foon- OLIVER'S HUNIIG COMPANY Office and Factory Cor. I6UI1 lid IflMrU STMETS Telephone 153 Yard, Saith St FW 135 i Danish Island, Wide-Awake, White Giant, Thousand Dollar, Improve Ligowo, all whitt. varieties. varieties, Red Fife Chelsea, Marquis, Stan ley and Percy, (early beardless) Preston, Huron and Pringle's Cham plain (early White varie ties, White Fife Bob (early rowed Mensury Odessa, and Mansfield. Invincible and Canadian Thorpe. FIELD and Golden Vine. INDIAN CORN (for iy sorts, Angel of Midnight, Cornpton Early and Longfellow; later varieties Selected Learning, Early Mastodon and White Cap Yellow Dent, varieties, Roch- ester Rose and Irish Cobbler. Medi- um to late varieties, Carmon No. 1, Money Maker, Gold Coin and Dooley. The later varieties are as a rule more productive than the earlier kinds. Only one sample can. be sent to each applicant, hence if an individu- al receives a sample of oats he can- not receive one of wheat, barley, peas, Indian corn or potatoes. Lists oi names. from one individual, or appli- cations for more than one sample for one houseliold, cannot be entertained. The samples will be sent free of charge through the mail. Applications should be addressed to the Director of Experimental Farms, Ottawa, and may be sent in any time from the 1st of December to the 15th of February, after which the lists will be closed, so that the samples asked for may be sent out in good time for sowing. Applicants should mention the variety they prefer, with a second sort as an alternative. Ap- plications will be filled in thc order in which they are received, so long dried eggs. you mean that I can gi't. a dish of scrambled egg.? made of this asked Chairman Payne. "Is that what is served in hotels and restaurants-'" queried Mr. LJou- telle. replied the witness. A: Y. P. A. j piece.-, they mak d a lion for soup. 1 To make upplex-ranbe) ry tarts, use I'.-flover strained cranberries, with equal parts of chopped apples; season with sugar and cinamon. If your milk pan or any utensil holding cold liquids has a small hole; in it, we.liod parafm i.s good reme-j m who spoko iu a very humorous style called forth many a laugh from I nttl'-' the audience present. The Judges' M j as the supply of seed lasts. Farmers j are advised to apply early to avoid possible disappointment. Those ap- j Ring Up 108 4 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 237. 2 LOTS St. in: ON close ndies while frying, the pan about, or pour il, but rather scatter a or flour in it. Either of quench the flainos. were C. A. Magrath, M.P., ilr. Hugh When of large cf-rks to fit eat SUM bottle cut cardboard to fit inside of bottle, pour hot Scaling wax over quickly. This excludes all air, and catsup perfectly. When pill frantt-.- or moulding of rooms have of dirt from flies S. V. J. McDougall and the Hev. C hi vers whilst Mr. C. Ives gave a very clear and concise criticism on the general style of principles. A double quartette rendered thc- op- ening number of thc musical program 'ery acceptably, and the debate was lor {the plase.s. To clean white, wool suits, to ARF To cjk'iiu white all wool suits, to