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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lit, K Possessing exquisite freshness and a fullness of flavor not found in other teas j CEYLON and Clean to a Leaf BLACK, MIXED OR I Sealed Packet. Only NATURAL GREEN I Beware of Imitation! i FINE BUILDING IS EQUIPPED WITH THE VERY LATEST MACHINERY MasraUh, la.-The ot the' siilcuill'l ni'w which ..was funiially .'Pcncd Wl'a l-irmers another step forward 'progress nnrl develop....'...' i.i the Magrnll. district. The machinery wortcd easily and successfully, and all present wen' loud in I heir admir- al ion (if the new plant. Ml'- Mailelt, the nininiKi'r, received .lie just con- "I the Klu'.it.'holders. as 'the actiU'l work of FWDQCTORS GAVE UPALL HOPE Sii< ski Wpill Dli ol Kidnn TnuMi "FRUIT-A-TIVEFCUREO HER JlouxTAiN, Out., Dec. i4th. 1910. "For six years, I suffered from dreadful Kidney Disease. My legs and lower part of my holy were fearfully swollen, the pnin awful. My people thought sometimes 1 was dead, as 1 would faint from Ihe agony. lfive differelil doctors attended me, and all said il was kidney trouble gave me 'no of gelling well. A kind neighbor told me to try "1-rnit-a-lives" and mentioned the case of Mrs. Fcnwick, who was cured by them. I took in a short [ii! acita Hi- instilllatinii of lIn- mi.cllinery dc- "I'rnit-a-tivM" entirely cured me. evdentl look uuun niv recovery vo'lvcd him, and he evidently his, task lo Ihe t-iilire ap- proval ol. all concerned. i A Fine U.iildiug creamery is a very credit- able slructure, and it is plain to he seen Unit both appearance and emi- u-nicnce were observid in its con-'i-ilctioi..' Although'tiir plant is not large II is very neat and clean, which nf l hn urea test (actors in -the All my friends look upon niv recovery as a I am unable lo praise "Fruil-a-tives" enough." (MISS) MAGGIII JANSACK. "Fmil-a-lives" is the most scientific remedy ever discovered for Irritalion or Congestion of Uie Kidneys, frequent rain In The Hack, and Swollen we a box, 6 for or Irial size, 2jc. At all dealers or from I'ruil-a-tives Uniited, Ollawa. s ,or good soulli O'lSI inn' of town, overlooking ci'ek wlM Hows "Mh' andwin.., was Wll chosen in vinv alum- Tfe Boor dairy catlle Brj, H. e n ami Uiei walls. -arc painted mil as an one, he .m.s. Tin-'' divided into go cast lo secure llicm. four a-nrtiiK-nts. the unniiii! house, (juitt largs aumlier m pun-hieil f, lar machine rooms the :.Icrsrys liolslcins are ia the Ma- The uiiiy district,, ainl n has [i-itiiri. o' Ihe liuildiii" is lhat it was drrnunsvrati-d tlial. tht-y imill nl liimln.. and not of brick, Alberta, Iho warm, this does not, nmtoHally atlect the .imimy weather is particularly suited v ,-elKtrnl lllililv oi the plant, V' 10 the finer characteristic liiiiii-v n'reeds. WANT BETTER PHONE SERVICE MAGRATH WANTS "HELLO" TO KEEP GOING FOR LONGER HOURS Magi-alb, Dec Is pro- jrcsslni; favorably and the farmers ire rejoicing In tho beautiful weather. They still think Sunny Southern Al- boi-la is the beb'i. placo on the map. The Hoard of Trade through .1. Vv. Woolf, M.l'.l'.. for .Ills district, la aok- liiK the government for a continuous telephone service-, or, If that cannot bo obtained, for extended bourn. Thu buslnens men feel an though they are not get-ling the service they are pay- Ing for and In view of Hits are pet- itioning tho authorities for redress. Last Wednesday evening one of Ma- grath'n pioneers. C. Rich, was entertained, .lie .occasion being j his birthday. Mr. llich's family was the eleventh to settle in Magroth! and the old tluiuru who met on Wed-1 nosday evening to do him honor very I fittingly expressed the esteem in which he was held. The evening wits very! pleasantly spent In music, games and. recalling events of pioneer days when j Magrath had no place on Uie map.! Tho affair was opened at 0 p. in., when Ihe guests down to a ..sumptuous dinner at the family residence on Railway Avenue. The floral decora-! tions were very affective, being wlilte geraniums, beautifully displayed. standing the liberal puce honored guest was the happy re- cows evidently are not in tlie eoun- Qf 'useful and appro- try, and now ihat the- fa. inn's are Bitts ne highly apprccia- .awahrniiis to the- that tho.event was one of the Xmas Plum Puddings Recipe 6.LBS. RAISINS 6 LBS. SUGAR S LBS. BREAD CRUMBS 4 LBS. CITRON PEEL LBS. LEMON PEEL 1 LB. ORANGE PEEL 12 LBS. CURRANTS CINNAMON C LBS. SULTANAS, 6 IBS. SUET LBS. GROUND ALMONDS LBS. FLOUR 6 LBS. EGOS 3 01. MJXED spice. NUTMEG MACE -will deliver io any purl ol' tlie city Puddings Hindi.'.out ol' Hie iibovc recipe. Prices 25c. and 50c. each Outside orders must have, money accom- panied with order. W. H. Schweitzer at ami -hopes, to. 2 'gang of joins with .In about ten days The.hotel Mr. Rich's numerous frlonds in wishingjto bo a credit to t.he continued health and prosperity. first elms ror co'a nieB n u in town from public, escepially then a farm. found it difficult in -he past. though their grain was somewhat froz- However .he greatest drawback number of guests. It is rumored that a deal .s in pro- gress whereby the Baxter Hotel will pile oi watermelons as high as hpusc, which quietly disappearwl, aa -S told, to help hln-U. Tb. "V a uon. which is pumped .aHoas being paid SOLD BY KKltK j The machinery is of the.1 ales, pat- every respect. Kvcry par, has is quoted carefully tested and lound to perfect The plant lor of a It. h.p. swam enjl.u, .l possess the f gallon en-am riprner, a hj in dairy will, a capacity "f 8M) His. ol j. a ib.iii.or each churnius, ami a imniher j Thus tlie laVnier.'-, are section of the country, is th Manv of tin- farnifi-sjuhscncc of a railway. The. people are change hands. in-atsd in the cows frun, Manitoba for a road and should one go The post o.fice is now loeatedI in U.e anxous or a roa through-it, would lap one of the rich- new Mercer block CHINESE'COAST, 'HonK Kong. Dec. of Iho m'on: impudent, acts of piracy occi.r- lod'ay on West River, when a passcilSCT steamer ateiunin alonp near tl.e town of Spin fling, was loo. under