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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wefliui'gday. December 28, THE LETHBKTPGE DAILY HEKAtD at ism Cured by Booth's Kidney Pitt't. T. 11. Faster ol St. erLQtou, N. B., says: I have, found in ore actual relief from 'Booth's Kid- iivy Pills than hi 'all' else I" have 'ever tried for rheumatism. The pains in .my. "Jinxhs. "have hidne lessoned great- ly and better I am and stronger, than in years pre- vious. 'I My ap- petite has built up" and .1. eat and sleep bet- ler than- I have in over three years. Ky general health is greatly-improv- and 1 can credit 'only to Booth's Kidney .Pills.1'...... This is the Booth Kidney Pill1 way. These wonderful Pills are guarantee -to refund your -money if ,t hey any sufferer from Khe'umaWsm or any-trouble 'hauing its origin in the ,Kidneys. They cure Buck-ache dull shooting thick cloudy, urine, gravel rheumatism 'and all diseases of the kidneys and bladder. "Bootn's" Kidney Pills are sold by all druggists and dealers 50c or Jiostpaid-from The ft. T. Booth' Co.. Ltd., Fort Erie.. Out. Sold and gtiar- anteed by Jackson Cope. DISTRICT NEWS WINNIFRED NOTES Christinas is a thiag of the past. Hope everyone had a, good time. With a'nice-" day'aid a lot of good things to eat, one's own self was to blame it' he or she did not have a pleasant time. A very pleasant time was passed a-t the Prairie District school house on Christinas A very enjoyable pro gram listened to, after which the children were maiie' fiap'p'y by their presents. Old ,Santa jrade" things live-! ly with his Hells and every one voted' ,a merry time. U'e hope it" will be re- membered next year in much the There is talk of a holer being, built on the north side of- the track.'it is needed and good one will be built. THE STOMACH TORTURED HIM FOR 25 YEARS "Fruit-a-tives" Brought Mf; Jones Quiet SARXI'A, OxT. I have been -i siifferer for 'the past txventyifi ye years with' Constipation digestion and Catarrh of the Stomach." I tried many, remedies and doctors but derived no benefit whatever. Finally -I read an advertisement of "F are getting a much needed rest. The fprobably not begin beiove-- the; middle of February. residents spend tae holidays in the States. A. Jterk and Henry Herrick went to Al'r.'Herrick's is very ni, -and Air. Park's father is also verv delightful time., the children especial ly enjoying to the utmost limit the visit of .iJanta Ciaus. There was an impromptu program arranged which was a credit to, :hem. Tiose present were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pearson anu family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Pearson and family, and J'amilv. plr. jack Oraham, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- win a sbjouru .witi friends relations. -Mrs; arrived last ek- from .Kansas.; She will spend tile here. in which Hon. John Costigan (Senator ijl" i wick) stated thathe had Mr. Elliott seems doing a of Constipation by "Frtiil-a-' fushing business with his -barber" shop' ,so decided to1 give it a- trial. ind pool room on tlu> north sfrih rift it 1S Onl7 medicine- that and pool room on the north side oi COALDALE NOTES The Christmas. exercises Friday ev- ening were-well aUended, and 'the i-yilcnt program in charge 'of Miss was appreciated by all. oandJQS and iruit, and a 11rtle--present for every also a.- ircat of oranges and apples for the Charlie Patching and Miss Li'llie Patching, forxurriy'Of this place, were visiting-friends-here Friday. E- Sinclair, from Taber, visited Morris Pillers the last oi the week. Several Joads'-ot gravel for. the new' only medicine-that does the track j any good. I recornniend Adolph Hofflin, the young, man who and-cannot it too was shot here a couple oT ago, i PAUL J. JOXES. has so much improved Jha1Ljie. 'J home. We are glad' :to Buildings are of. the Post Office for the -Stacey- Lum-j her Co.. Tin's will' accommodate all j concerned A Christmas tree was enjoyed at the church in town last night. A.-fine program was rendered-and all had..a> jolly time JOW ,Ur.. Bert Spencer, 'wife, and son {man Woodcock, of Turin, and and VV. will 'Hi4it with relatives in'Mich-j Mrs. Simonds of Kipp. Mr- and Mrs. Mills-of Bowville and and Mrs. Njnnan Woo icork, ol -i oeorge.iind departed on Monday, lor where they 1-. A. liaynes is "seeiiij this weeJc. sights" in Claude Whitsqu -is 'ho'niesteading once" more. -Mr. Conyis .and family moved to '-View the.- latter part of the ,yir. Convis has employment Turin, spent Christmas Day in iron Springs, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Moss. -NEWS FROM- TWP. 2 RGE1. 15 Many in this township are suffer- t'rom something- like 'la grippe is the only met that will actually, and- complete] v chronic effectively re- gulate the bowels to' move reeuladv' and naturally. Fruit-a-tives' V the only medicine-in the world rnade'of: irmt that acts directly on the the only possible way to cute constipa- tion is to make the liver healthy-and actiVe. J- If you. suffer with Constipation do just as Mr. -Jones Fru'it-a- soc. a box, 6 for trial' size, 2_sc. At Sealers, or from Fruit-a- tives Limited, Otttavya. Mr.- and Mrs.- Charles Green spent end in1 Letlibridge. c. D.: and -Mrs. n iLethbridge. on service was conduct- 1 M rj.and' Mrs. "W" Sherwood have Kev. Clemens at the home of i returned from their honeymoon, Vecectly been hauled..' severe winter Teno'rted r: .1 I Mrs. Wm. Miri'ord and Mr. awl Mrs. W. B. Mitford visited Dr. and Mrv. Cragg in JLethbridgc -Mon- day. Miss Hilda White left Monday for a visit with her parents at Bow Uias.- Swanson and--family, spent' Christmas with" Lethbridge relatives. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS the deceased. We have been, having fair winter weather, in the States .to' tbe south Geo. mbers William Kinders tor Christmas dinner. The entertainment an'd box supper at ttte "Two school house, on Friday night was greatly enjoyed intend taking up their abode here: .Barrows and family were at SPRING'S NOTES Kobbs, .who has been ser- improving. Pearson, as representative Jted ''Farmers of Alberta; iron Springs district, received a' letter from Lethbrlidge Board of Trade expressing their willingness to do any thing in their power., to further the in terests of the Trpn Springs irrigation Warner on Sunday, spending Christ-1 a mas with his. brother Sim Barrows I'' and family. j Those who attended the Christmas 'entertainment at Milk River on'Sat- urday night report a fine time.' Two la-y evangelists 'have been On 'Friday night thsiV. was a d'ancc- with .a large at- fendaaee as'usu'ir.-y-and thcro'ugLIy enjoyed tnemseivss. r. uni AJrs as for _ K. Q. Moss gave i Christ riends. ROSE PLAtr; The many friends of. Mrs O.'Reilly, who has.beep sick for two are pleased to see her about again. The postmaster, at who also store, has added a new department, -that -of meat, which -will be -greatly appreciated by his many customers.-- Residents of this district would like to see-the schoolhouse completed dur- ing the-fine-weather spell. Mrs.'tfas.' Nolan .has had quite a few visitor's -inciti'ding Mr. and -Mrs. Suiton; and- son... is not well -begun a new-drill .was'seen going ,up the road last..week. "Must sign' of "a short winter-or early spiring. Mrs. Nolan and Mrs. to Mrs. Larson's arid spent-'a-pleasant afternoon last .'_ Mr.. Marvin jaitdtson, are out visiting their fson, and" I brother, the genial Marvin is from Michigan Only a Cold; Fatal often been followed by severe check a. cold in time. StopiL Use Matfelen's SEED OF SPRING SH01MENOW Spring- Wheat and May Survive Winter in Sundial District Sundial, is" again showing some signs of ii pur fair weather continues .through- out the winter, this .will re- deem its good name', ,70ur f'armers en- tertain but little doubt? of'a-'bounte- ous .harvest next "abundant supply of 'the" 'sofl at present will be ery requirement lUitil. the crops are well aitvanced', show- ers, 'such as we- -had-the-past-season, will insure a good- crop even- .without the usual heavy spring-rainsrand the present compact condition, of-'the: soil from early fall -working1 -gives-a, sec- ond advantage particularly noticeable .on, fields np.'doub't.he.vriU induce his t- nW.j3 f 4.7."'-." of Tar Cod Over This reliable remedy the most successful -.known '-is at orrc'e a a tonic. It helps.natnre to cure yon and keep you well. Xarge boitle 35 cents all 1 1 J, L Matkicv Co.. FropX spring and, .to try i'd ui the fall of tunes' the grain, even "the bats" threaiie'n'to a-re the test-advertisers a country ClIYTMt'fi f _u _ royal bachelors, eele- brated-Christmas "by''an carnival at the "residence Stephen f but is quite" taken up with the climate and -general -outlook-" of Southern Al- berta.- Jack. ,Fred Longaore, Joe and' Mai. -Brooks: .went to Lethbridge' to -.transact Business last week.... We are hear that Mrs. Dom- again, hope she will be.greatly improved after her for amon, he survive .the winter" er had-.- wheat shows of--suffering'. irom any yet and Jt.'weather conditions are "remain- der of fwe1 why this same not make .a yield aiid-.early, bar vest next i-" :The widespread" 'nationairhi a visit-to which- ;i ing the minds and_ especially.. of. Canada, is -taking a firm hold 1 ___ r Mrs broad very nelv room" adds; in k-eeping Frank a vis- Green; school" House on: Christmas; evef enjoyed'by an overflowing splendid p'rogram was rendered un Mr. Hooper., As tins the. close of his .second .year leaves--with' of the'entire conmiua ty. The :.-Twaig-ht'.. have gone to 'with: their, parents in !east- Rrn .Hntflrin A f anadian Shoe r fot any Prant 'and of Windsor, by all in attendance._ noiding meetings in the "two-Fif- cdnsiste'd of niusie school bouse. an'd' -spoKe well ;t'orr local ralent. Tne proceeds. from'' the sale. of "boxes SWEET VALLEY u; 01 onto. are. The I'our members of the "n the was "a decided -sue-' olri icesa, j. Ex-AIcl. Tfaos. Da vies; WHITE LAKE The. beautiful' weatHer of Jiie mayoralty candidates in Toron-1' :rhe Sunday School, week stiircontinues. Ui are Mayor Geary, Herbert" Cape-i church, held their __ well and R. B. Noole. It will-be an Uree 'the MSJT -win -for. Gearj-. I i. i Orange church.r An: Mr. Peter Brandow "is at present in" Curmangay on a .business., trip.', -Vir. Han-j' jiting friends at _. Witting is Letn- preseiitiviji Lethbridge. FOR YOUR f LOOSE LEAP LEDGER SUPPLIES CALL AT THE HERALD t and see samples of work done for many of the local merchants. 1252 j chased- a four-horse outfit this week land --intends to start farming.-next I year on-his- own account. j him' all-success. I The Miss Thwaites last. Monday on .a .trip to -.Ontario.: for the -.expect- that.; John will be accompanied -by a wife when i he, returns. .-We. ..all. hope they--will j have a good time at-their old hoiite.. j. A very-suecessfol-dance took-place at tbe Sundial School house last-Wedr 'jnesday'which was well attended and good "time. It did not. brea.k j up till the early liours of the morning; 'May there be many more "like Miss Sanders returned- home [Thursday from hospital. ['glad, to see "her.back again. A.-Kydland and: Gns-Sk'retfciug tore -visitors -afc-.Sam.-Odland's for -Xmas. j.' The general meeting the-Parm-i'- Union took place last jand of officers look, place! I Mr. Bulinger, president; -Leo.7Cutler, i'- i secretary-treasurer.. We invite.; the [farmers of. the district to come''and attend our meetings which take place every other'Saturday at 3 next meeting will be .on -Tanuary 7. f i The union is giving a social after New j Years, with the object-of getting, ail 1 interested in the objects or. the union. i We had quite a flurry of snow 'on Friday night which pleases the.fanm- [ers greatly .has bit more moisture to. the ground.' Jack Bryan has been making perio- dical town wheel, We wonder what he is after, very successEul-XniHR. 1 {the .children at..Kasimcf School took! i place on Xmas Eve. The school was i I very tastefully decorated and a verv I lengthy program prepared, in which j the children took Oie larger ..pan M1- j Hooper, the school teacher, is be' congratulated for the able manner in {which the selections he had. taughr the children were carried our.. Miss Williams gave some verv recitations Mrs. Pate gave a .reading i and .Miss Thiirlow rendered two b'eau- songs., accompanied by Mrs. Patf at the organ. .We have to thankMr t-ari for a selection .of violin" music. u nich -was well 'received. Everything j very Tb7 I the program, Santa Glaus made 'appearance with a great bells" I I which delighted the.cfaildren and v-ho I 'iktoSS j tree wach child being present-1: jed with candies, apples and other -nod i i things. This brought the party to an send at 10 school house hac> jbeen packed. Everyone voted'ii great success. i Backed by know-how, pushed ;by progressiveness, let mto "a fertile-ield by of eveiy per s TIT _ .__. __ SHUt HUK MEN w W Campaign ever been known to tue Wmted States. We are making a good shoe, over snappy. American lasts, of imported lea giving British wear-and are. going to price-Samp this shoe and guarantee P The 'plan of selling this shoe is to give it to one merchant- in a and- let him have the enure iocahty around. him to draw from. We are-going to advertise .the shoe widely, and let its goodness be known everywhere.- one merchant in a town can have, this shoe, but he has got to signify" his: oy wnting tor- samples at once to show his interest Were going to back the dealer to the limit we're going 'to protect mm, and were (above all) going to give him a shdte that 'he wiOe 6reud a shoe trade his trade will appreciate and .talk about tliey are going to to his stock by their well-groomed, sKcfc appearanc- COMPANY, SLATER .SHOE CO. Ltd. Montreal. Canada We would lo know how 'we can se our profits on men's Send us your Reason Pian. 'It is understood place us under any TURIN HAPPENINGS Dec. Holidays. Havel org-.ui. The schooi was dismissed n- Tucsciny. and iji-oxvij W; ed from Sie Boston Boo! and Shoe feoife See _ 4 Skter Shoes can be purchased only at the following store Bachan, 408'Fifth Street igency in your town write for information re no ;