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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Gfl 0 E, ON We are now receiving daily letters from outside points asking what lots are available Faith in Lethbridge means faith in Parkdale HAY AND FEED FOR SALE Three Qualities of Hay, in Stock; Baled Straw fjj for.Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY 1 RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 ik THIS YEAR'S SALES OF SCHOOL LANDS Coal H GOOD Orders Promptly Delivered HELLO LINE FROM PRINCE ALBERT TO REG1NA Prince Albert, Dec. long distance telephone line between Re- gina and Prince Albert is almost com- pleted. The poles are all up and practically all that remains now to make the service complete is the connecting of the wires with the cen- tral office here. Winnipeg Dec. W. time lands which were''offered four M Ingram and staff, including T. C. j years ago at Macleod and Pincher .orris, M.P.P., W. T. Rollins .them J. C. Robinson, have just completed tMs ycar somc, o{ them sold the sales of school laads for this for as high as from to an year. In all there were twenty sales, j acre. Considerable land was also held at Emerson, Arnaud, St. Anne, disposed of at Stettler, which is also nem aii jcjmcibuu, uo. wn Point a new .country, and the average there Beausepur, Whitemouth, Oak Point, I Lloydminster, Macleod, Pincher o6 dfl Creek, Lethbridge, Lacombe, Stett-, ler, Edmonton, Roblin, Grandview. "During the past four years three Dauphin, Winnipegosis, Laurier, Swan sales have beem held at. Edmonton, RANGES Mil! .1 Made in both Cut Irom and There is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE DAMPERS on the "Happy Thought" Range are patented features, so easy to operate, that insure a perfect even heat in the oven with the minimum consumption of fuel. If you set your dampers right, the "HAPPY THOUGHT" Range retains the fire for thirty-six hours without atten- tion. If you then open your dampers properly you will have a bright fire in five minutes. More facts you ought to know about this perfect range in our interesting for it. HAYR BROS., Local Agents III I 111 III li in I'm 11 in ii i. in mill DIM III! BUCK STOVE CO.LIMITED H TFOPO ONT. 4 M Mr. Paul Poull, Casoapedia, Que., River and Zealandia. and at each oi these we disposed of a per acre. j was -Swall-.River> where In an interview with the Free Press gated over 100i000 at Mr. Ingram said "Twelve of _these, er sales were held in Manitoba, six b-ggcst sale that nn that district realizing or and realized an average m_60 pcr acrc. In the of about S9.65 acre. This I con-i hav.c .sold sider to be a very good tning" over eight pillion dollars- worth in the STAYELY MAN WEDS A wedding of local interest took place last Wednesday in Peterborough Miss Margaret Ballance, of town, became the bride of Mr. Thom- .as Flack, of town. Mr. Flack lias been a resident of StaA'ely, Alberta, of recent years but recently returned to his old home town, Lindsajr. The] wedding was quietly performed by I Rev. Mr. Davidson, of Peterborough, j Mr. and Mrs. Flack will reside in town on Wellington street- The bride and groom are receiving con- gratulations from many of their Warder, Heart Would About Stot) Beating, -f- five years ago I gave up all hope of getting better of heart trouble. I would nearly choke, and then my heart would stop beating. I could not lie on my left side, and became so nervous and weak I could not work. A friend told me to try Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and before the first box was taken I was arnost well, and the second box com- pleted the cure. I have advised many others to try them, and they have all Veen cured of the same trouble. I have offered to pay for a box for anybody they do not cure." Miibnrn's Heart and Pills are a specific for all diseases or disorders arising from the heart or nerve system. I hey make the heart strong and the shaky nerves firm by imparting a strengthening and restorative influence to every organ, and tissue of the body and curing palpi- tation of the heart, dizziness, sleepless- ness ansemia, twitching of the muscles sensation of "pins and needles, general debility, lack of vitality, etc. Price, 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for ?5 at all dealers, or mailed direction receipt of price by The T, Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. "Before these lands are offered for .sale they are advered by posters most of the lands that were in Mah toba lav east, of tne Red river and in the vicinitv of Oak Point. A Ue area of this land is low and btokcnland. The lands offered at the and also by printed lists of th Jalcs in northern Manitoba were eon- lands, givin, upset pnees erms and Isidercd good lands, but much of it conditions and points of sale. Ihese iwas broken and scrubby. In the lists and posters are spread over 'cinitv of Winnipegosis and Laurier i manr points m the Unued h- countrv partiallv settled, I and are also sent to the old coun- ctuuuxv parts Of the west- hcsc .v auctio is the terms are one-tenth oi the v puc ac DuriK "the last five years, all cash at the tune of sale and the school lands that in Balance in nme eqnal annnal r-stal- 1 mterest at the rata ol Manitoba, m the districts which were ments, snrveved. have been offered for sale. 'Per per annum on al moneys o aero gets a square deal and has an oppor- ThTiles at other points in thcjtunitv to purchase if they so -desire. tvro western provinces amounted to j considerably more, as most of the! iNGERSOLL ELECTRIC POWER WON'T BE A CONTEST Reglna, Dec. W. Smith this afternoon retired from the municipal contest in Ward two; and allowed election of D. S. McCannell by accla- mation. MONEY DIDN'T TEMPT HIM London, Ont, Dec. Rev. A. J. Vining. pastor, of a Baptist church i tonight declined a call to St. James 'church, Hamilton. He receives salary and Hamilton offered "Him For Coughs, Colds, BRONCHITIS, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, CKOTJP, ASTH- MA, PAIN or TIGHTNESS THE CHEST and all BRON- CHIAL or LUNG TROUBLES there Is nothing1 to equal Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, It contains all the virtues of the world famous Norway pine tree, combined with Wild Cherry Bark and the soothing, healing and expectorant properties of other excellent herbs and barks. i. Mrs- Jonn Pelch' 4 M M T Nasty Hacking Cough Cured. Windsor, Ont., T "I was troubled -with a nas- T ty hacking cough foi the past BIX montha and' used lot erf different remediea but they did me no Pekin, Nov. consuls at COUSlUClitlJlV 113 v--. -----j lands offered were in well settled dis- "TnSersbtt. Ont., Dec. a vote Mukden have recently brought to the ales held in of seven to two, the counci have de- attention of their respective govern- -w t rate-a-. _ Who's for The Fraser Valley tricts. The Saskatchewan and Alberta was and the number of acres sold realizing or aa average of 511-25 per acre. Schools Well Endowed "The land sold at these 20 sales is a very small "portion of what there! is to be. sold yet in the three prov-; was j sujng Of debentures amounting to to erect a plant to distribute mcnts the existence of conditions in the opinion of the Chinese authorities, at whose instance the rep Falls. i 10 CrUUL a. pmiiu uu i the electric power for the town of resentations are made, indicate that i Ingersoll to be supplied by the Hydro- a percentage of the goods im- Electric commission of Ontario from portcd through the Japanese port of iBairen (Dalny) reaches the other mar kets of Manchuria without the pay- ment of import dues, thus not only depriving China of a large amount of rightful revenue, but giving to the im- If you are suffering from bilious- many of the markets of those three eastern provinces, of the Chinese Em- pire which are grouped under the gen- eral name Manchuria. It will be of interest to American manufacturers and exporters to know that the principal items entering in- to this favored import are cotton piece goods, sugar, flour, cigarettes and beer. REMEMBER inces and very few people have any! ness, "constipation. Indigestion, chron- ic nf this western Mc headache, invest one cent in a idea of the vastness or tms western j iQ chamberlain country until they have travelled j Medlcine Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with throtgh it. As a small illustration.; jour name and address plainly on there'are or more acres of I the back, and they will forward you t -____ _______1 _ -.4T OVtrt Ctrt_ ports escaping these dues an advan- tage over other imports that serves Opportunity knocks at your door but once. When you read this REMEMBER that you are now listening S to it calling. The opportunity we are putting up to you will after this month i never come again. If you want to see our beautiful Fraser Valley lands come with us on the 16th of this month, and buy a return ticket that is good for three months for the price of a single fare, plus you will never regret it. The only thing that you will be sorry for is lhat you didn't know the Fraser Valley years ago. However, ;t is never too Jate to get a good thing. P. can leave your fur coat and mitts at home. You won't need them on this trip. The Lethbridp-Weyburn} Realty Company school lands yet to be sold, and Sold by all only two sections in each township j are school lands, sections 11 __ and 29, it can easily be seen the ex- j _._.__. ,T. tent of this western "country. ins the school lands at SlO per acre, T and the average has been higher to j X I -I -I-M date, some idea can be formed as to j the enormous amount of money that will be accumulated for educational purposes when all these lands are dis- posed of. Many of the school Sands in the western provinces, if offered to-day, would bring per acre as for instance, 88 quarter sections were offered at Zealandia, and out of this number 82 quarters were sold at an average of almost This was including the bad as well as the good lands, and a good many of those that were offered were in the district j 4. that is very sparsely settled. "One feature in connection with selling the school lands by public auction is the fact that the farmers have bought the big the land. This is as it should be, as the farmer immediately breaks up the 'land and puts it under cultivation. There is a great demand for land in the western country at the present B D3.CK. illiu IUITTO..VI free sample of Chamberlain's Sto- to make a farce of the open door. o-oj nit According to statistics taken from Japanese sources, it is estimated that Japanese imports enjoyed this advan- tage in 1908 to the amount of gold. This would represent a loss to the Chinese government of at least of tariff dues in that year and would seem to furnish a very clear indication of the reason Chocolates in J T i Pretty _ other foreign importers, were not able Boxes Best brand in Canada, famous G. B. CHOCOLATES to meet the prices of the Japanese in A j t t t t f t good. At last I -vyas advised by a friend to try Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup and with the first few doses I found great relief and to-day my cough entirely disappeared I am never without Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syntp in the house." The price of Dr. Wood's Norway Syrup if 25 cents per bottle; It is ptfc up ia a veUow wrapper, three pint tne trade mark, so sure and accept none of the many of tat original Norway Pine Syrup." Manufactured only by The T. Limited, Toronto, Out. i lb., 1 ft. all prices. tion at the 2 ft. boxes at A special selec- I Peoples Drug Store i J. NORTH WARD. y X W. P. J. ALEXANDER, j J. Prescription Expert 4- T Druggist J. X 445 Night Bell 4- JL> i M-H' ANOTHER VOICE FROM SUNDIAL Sundial. Alta., Dec. 4th. Editor Lethbridse Herald: Dear Regarding the letter jn your paper of Dec. 1st. headed "A voice from and signed by JL 'Tanoramus." who trios to belittle the 4- mounted police in the eyes of the 4- (public. What about some of our peo- ple in the Sundial district? Are they such good examples of law and order? Some of our men who are supposed to be examples to the community do unnecessary work on Sunday. Un- less some of our influential men and ladies make a charge and try to show our rising generation (of which there are quite a number without school or church) how to respect the law, then the Mounted Police may have to step in and teach us. A RESIDENT OF SUNDIAL. To take your meals at the on- ly all-r o u n d white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm, tt is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please Ycu at Any Cost H. H. MURRAY, Prop. ;