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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LtTMbMiDut DAILY HtRAt-0, TUESDAY, DECCMIER 14, 1900. PAGE TEA FLAVOR Tea acquires a flavor undar peculiar climate of Ceylon that cannot be acquired anywhere else on earth. The delicate fragrance and delightful aroma of II SAMOA" will please you. Buy a package today from your grocer, like it. You'll Don't Forget To take your meals at the on- ly all-round 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 Oyatera in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. CANADIAN RAILWAY Annual Eastern Canadian Excursions Daily During December Toronto and points west in Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also in Ontario east of Pembroke, Egans- ville and Tweed Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on sale November 30th to December 31st For Tickets, Berth, Reservations or Complete Information Apply to Agent, or B. MITCHELL, J. E. PROCTOR, Agent Dist. Pass. Agent Lethbridge Calgary WINTER BRINGS THE REAL TEST That Alberta's Pride beer is more than a sum- mer drink, more than a summer thirst quencher, is proved by its popular- ity iii the winter season. During the coldest months of the year, when strictly summer drinks have almost been ten, you'll fin'd Leth- bridge beer in constant use. Not alone for its pow- er to relieve thirst, but for its merits as a delic- ious, splendidly flavored food beveragp, an aid to digestion, a table requi- ste and a strengthening power to the weak is Alberta's Pride a popular beverage. Ask for Lethbridge beer. The Lethbridge Brew- ing and Malting -Co, CANADIAN JL1 WESTERN Excursions Single Fate Plus for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Man- itoba, Saskatchewan and Al- berta, to VANCOUVER WESTNiliSTER Also to OKANAGAN VAL- LEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 16, 17. IS. 1909; January 21, 22, 23 and 24; February 15. 16, 17. 1910; good to return within three months. I i I Western Canada Agency, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Office: Macdonald Block WHOLESALE JOBBERS, IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS I 1 I I We have in Stock 2 CARS WELL CASING SIZES 6, 5, 4, 3 in. Pumps, Black and Gal- vanized Pipe, Mine Sup- plies, Rails, Explosives, Bar Iron and Steel, Fire Brick, Wire Cable, Valv- es and Fittings, Leather letting, Agents for THE MAR SHALL PLOWING EN- CINE, CEO. CRADOCK CO., WIRE ROPE. THE WOLF SAFETY LAMP CO., CYCLONE WELL DRILLS. GASOLINE, AND CREASES District News MICHEL Michel, B. C., Dec. message was received here last night from j Portland, Ore., bearing the news of the death of Mr. Wm. Sewell. Mr. Sewell had been employed in the Coal Co.'s office here for about two years, but owing to ill-health he J left here about six weeks ago, hop- j ing that a change Cv climate and oc- cupation would be beneficial. About a week ago a message was received from him stating that he expected to return in a few days, and when the j news of his death was received it was indeed a shock to his mauv friends here. Mr. J. brother of the deceased, left here to-day for j Pcrt'and to attend the funeral. He, J was accompanied by W. Mask, rep- resenting -the I.O.O.F., of which or- der the deceased was a member. R. H. Moore and A. McCool, of the G. N. Hotel, have dissolved partner- ship. A. McCool is continuing; the business. New Michel now has a telegraph of- fice. A. Bastian spent Sunday at his home here. R. W. Wood, of Fernie, was in j town Saturdav. fir i fln Stack It u tatt tkat Mr. Rockefeller, one of the world'i richest nea, offered million dollars to aay physician who would make hif stomach to digest aa With all his money, this multiuftillioMaire is compelled to lire ou milk and crackers. a warning Urn fr to Men and women who are begiaaing realize that "tkey have a stomach Slight attacks of iadijfeati.a develop into acute attacks. The weak- ened guickly becomes weaker under the continued atraia of digesting- unsuitable food. Chronic Dvapepgil makes a strict diet life miserable. Yet how unnecessary all thia sufferiair is "Fruit-a-tives" that fire waAt of digestiajf any reasonable meal. made concemtra- ted and intensified fruit juice, acts directly on the stomach, iacreaiea tke flow of the digestive aa4 ctrnctt the faults of digestion. Bowville, BOWVILLE Dec. Rev. B. Ball will be absent during this week. He will visit at his former home on a ranch, there being a wedding of some of his old friends. Mr.. Haney will take charge on Sunday, the 19th, m his absence at Bowville. J. B. Lukius is now postmaster and storekeeper at Bowville. Mrs. G-. Peterson left for the States ilast Tuesday. We regretted to I see her leave. Tablets" is not a speedy cure for all these troubles It also acts aa a buildmr no and ttreaytheiiing the eatire syttem Frequently those, who hare beea cmreJ of Stomach and Bowel Troubles write to the Company, statiaj that they are enjoyiny better thaa erer before FTOit-ft-tiTes" in .11' and dealen at Soc. 6 for or trial bor, a Districr News :WARNER Warner, Dec. Rena Come, who is attending the Garbutt Busi- ness college in Lethbridge, was home for a visit last Saturday and Sen- day. j Prof. Kenney is preparing a pro- !gram to be given by the scholars on Christmas Eve. A good program is ,expected. Our city is soon to have another .meat market. The owner, Mr. j is now putting up the new shop. Mrs. Will Walker, of Calgary, who has been visiting relatives here for some time, left last Thursday for ;North Dakota, where she will spend Christmas with her parents. ____ Walker Bros, have finished drilling Mr. Johnson's well, and are now moving the drilling machine out to Mr. Anderson's, south of town, where they will commence work immediate- ly- Will Thompson and wife have mov- ed out to their homestead six miles from Milk River. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS pN FOREIGN COUNTRIES ria- H unj-ary Brazil Cki ,K, recently been completed under which the of ihLs Bank are able to issue Drafts on the principal points in the following counties: Finland Irelaad R haly Japaa Java Mancfcwia Norway Persia PhiUlpwe Rout Formosa. France Fr'ch Cochia-Ckh Germany Great Greece Holland Iceland Siaat Eoutli Africa Straits Settlement! NO DELAY IN Turkay and elsewhere FULL APPLICATIOH Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager greatly improved since his return home. The Biswick Bros, and Feltman Bros, left the first of the week for Illinois. They wriil return' with their families and immigrant effects in the spring. Mr. Olson and family have moved to town for -the winter. They reside in the house recently occupied bv Mr. and Mrs. Putnam and family F. N. White will be with us until jwil1 spend the winter at Spokane. the New .Year, when he leaves for Miss. Creighton leaves for High California. Mr. Carl -Peterson and Miss Geor- gia Sylsba were united in matri- mony on Dec. 7. Their many friends wish them a long and happy life. M. J.'Oliver was a Lethbridge vis- itor on Monday of this week. The Xrnas. tree at Bowville hall will be on Friday, Dec. 24. All are invited to attend a nice program is to be rendered. J. B. Lukins is giving general sat- isfaction at Bowville. Mrs. Mabel Cyr was the lucky one on the 10th. She won the stove range. Larence Tippie is expected to leave iere Monday for Barons and Car- mangay, and several other places. There is to be a Woodman dance at Bowville on tire 18th inst. It will be private. River at Christmas. No teacher has been secured to take her place. George Culp has his basement cel- lar for his new home, complete. Will Henderson left Monday to drive to his homestead near Bur- SPRING COULEE Spring Coulee, Dec. Pres- )yterian church will not be finished so as to be dedicated Dec. 12, as an- nounced a week ago. I will be dedi- cated Dec. 19. The .service will be held at 11 a.m. On Dec. 20, a so- cial will be held in the church. Mrs. H. E. Kelly has been on the ick list for some time. She has been in Raymond, but will be able to re- turn to Spring Coulee in a few days. Mr. S. M. Dudley, the wide-awake real estate man of Spring Coulee, closed a ten thousand dollar deal on Wednesday, with Mr. John Workman. La Vern, Utah. The Brown ranch, which includes part of the townsite. was the purchase. Mr. Burton, the former owner, will soon leave for his former home in Idaho. Mr. Crawford arrived Saturday last from Willow Citv N.D. Mr. J. W. McCawley has his well machine working on section 19, south of Spring Coulee, where he soon ex- pects to strike a flowing well. Francis Bingham and wife left last week for Purple Springs, where thev will visit relatives. C. H. Kelly and wife leave on the twentieth for California, where they will spend the winter. Joe Workman and family leave soon for 'Utah, where they will spend the winter. Dave Wixom has purchased a half 'section of land from Kelly Bros., i which he will move onto next month. Orin Guerney, of Lone left Tuesday for Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Miller, of Mountain View, has taken possession of the hotel. We wish him every success as he is run- ning a first-class hotel. There are several well-to-do young bachelors in this vicinity, and it would be a good opportunity for j some good-looking young housekeep- 1 ers to get good homes. Inquiries re- 'ferred to the Spring Coulee corres- pondent. Mr. Bayne Maw fin left last week for his home in Oklahoma. You people of Spring Coulee get busv an-d help your home representa- tive get the prize in Lethbridge Herald contest. She is now busy get- ting votes. Mr. Mike, vrho has been working for Mrs. Thompson all fall, left the first of the week for his home in Wis- consin. Andrew Johnston, who left Spring Coulee about a month ago, has brni heard from, stating his health has What an Important Kidneys Do? Do you know that every drop of your blood goes to the kidneys hundreds of times every day? Do you know why? To he filtered and purified from its j Threshers' Lien Act, impurities. That is the great work tbe kidneys have to do. They filter the blood. Then these impurities go to tha bladder and are passea out of tke body along with the uriue. Do you think it possible for you to be well, unless the Iddneys do this work thoroughly? It is these unaltered 'causes backaches, head- aches, rheumatism, diabetes, Bright's disease, etc. They poison and interfere with the whole system. If you have any kidney trouble let Dosm s Kidney Pills do for you Tvbat they have done for thousands of others. They cure all forms of kidney trouble, and they cure them to stay cured. Mrs. Maurice Doiroa, Charlottetown, P.E.I., was troubled with my kidneys for five years. They were so bad times that I could not cross the floor for the pain. I went to a doctor, but he did me no good at all. I sent to the druggist and got five boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, and I am glad to say that has been cut down, modernized, and after taking them I was cured. I i js now used as a ready-made nad no trouble for nearly three years rm, t, i i HOTV." 3 y clothing department. The whole m- Price 50 cents per or 3 for terior, counters, shelves, etc., has at all dealers or direct on receipt faeen thoroughly renovated, and paint, oil and varnish have so changed the appearance of the old store that its patrons will fancy themselves in a new and up-to-date city establish- ment. Several carloads of fresh gro- ceries, etc., have been put in COWLEY Cowley, Dec. 11. The funeral of the unfortunate young woman, Mrs. j Harden, who was burned to death at the North Fork, took place on .Sat- urday afternoon last. She was in- terred in the cemetery at Living- stone. Mr. and Mrs. Heaton and two children from the Gap spent several days in our town during the week, putting up at the Cowley House. Miss Mclvor, of Bruce County. On- tario is visiting her brother, D. L. Mclvor, our local postmaster and general merchant. J. Bertram Morrow, of Chester, Montana, spent a part of last week j in Cowley, visiting his father, the I teacher of the public school in town. He is inspecting the land in different parts of the province with a view to taking up ranching in Alberta. A decision has at last been reached in the Bowerman-Drury- case, and it is in -favor of Drury. The attorney- general of the province was appealed to by the magistrate who sat on the case, and his- decision will be inter- esting to ranchers and threshing-ma- chine men all over the province. Bow- erman and other threshers in this neighborhood claimed that, if their threshing bill was not paid on de- mand, they had the right, under the to" enter a man's premises and remove sufficient grain to satisfy the account, even if they had to break into a granary to secure it. The attorney-general de- cides that a thresher has no such rights under the Act. His decision is that to benefit by the Act a thresher would have to revere tb0 grain directly from the machine. The Act gives him. no authority, as be claims, to enter a man's premises and take the grain forcibly from the granary, and that Drury was within his rights in defending his property. W. G. Askey, the new proprietor of the General Supply store, has made extensive changes" and improvements in the interior of the store. The deck show-case in the centre OF CANADA Capital art lest Exceei which you hare meant to open could not be started at a better time tham right now, while you have plemty of money coming in. The habit of at once depositing; irutke Union Bank of Canada the cash you receive, and drawing it out only as you meed it, will keep your money absolutely will help you to save more of it, and will increase your balance by the addition of Compound Interest. Your account is respectfully solicited. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Westminster Rd., N. Ward J. R. ANDERSON Manager. ..WITH... JAS. HUME! Satisfaction Guaranteed Furniture removed and coal delivered C. 0. D. Trunks re- moved to any part of tbe city. J.Figgins, Phone 384 Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify Cold Weather Is Coming A STORM SASH on that new house of your? will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber since the store changed hands, and- more are arriving daily. When the goods already ordered, have been put in stock, Mr. Askey will have one of the largest and most attractive as- sortment of goods ever shown in Cowley, arid will be fully prepared to serve his customers with everything necessary for the holiday season. Much sympathy is expressed in 4 i Cowley and vicinity for the Bailey, who was found guilty of Ki- tle stealing at the Macleod assiz Shihhb CUK qniclcly stops coughs, cares colds, hen Is the throat and. limes. 25 cenar heavy demand many farmers only being able to get one-third of their orders executed last season, are an- xious now to secure as early as pos- sible arrangements for larger areas in the spring. It is understood upon good au- thority that a townsite is now- selected close to the Thigh Hills, and already south of this houses are be- ing erected, so as to be ready to be removed onto the townsite in due time. The. demand for horses is phenom- enal, and as an for Good Hay and Sound Oats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PRICES THE LOWEST Office in Harness Box 201 Eastern's Shop DR. G. C. CRAGQ Office to 11 a.m.. to Pftytlcian and Surgeon. douie 94. ing an exceptionally high price. Light snow showers at night brilliant "sunshine during the daytime are prevalent here, with the glass is low as 10 below zero on. oae occa- sion. Specifications for a twice a week mail, Tuesdays and Fridays, are pub- lished, and it is anticipated that this boon will be in operation on the first instance at a most j of OUKi'S lifiKTOilJiiG I Gflinwr Office and Factory J COP. and BQMPJIS STREETS Telephone 15 '3 Yard, Smith St. FnoBe 195 succcssful sale recently held the New Year, the present busi- here ness at the post office here having was paid for a team, which was considered by good authorities as be- now become too burdensome for weeklv mail. m WALKER TORONTO'S T FAVOR.TE HOUSE Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious rooms, "CITJCdGllCd and iiSJiuSGiiiciy furnish- ed. The cuisine is unsurpassed. Amer- ican and European plan. GEO. WRIGHT