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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMOHIOOi, ALBEHTA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, I MM. "Bronchitis" the mult of a coM caused by to inclement; weather, wry iaSaramatory affec- uoo of the bronchial From a Western Window Of Valentines. that lovers their faiths breathing, and a Becretiou of thick first white, bat liter of a greenish or yel'owiah odor. Heflected Bronchitis is one of the moet general causes of Consumption. it at once by the of Dr. Norway Pine Syrup. Mrs. D. D. Miller, Allandale, .writes: My husband got- a. bottle of IV. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup for my litiJe girl who hid Bronchitis! She wheezed so ,.......___ tadlv you could hear her from one room ;o j loved them all. the "other, but it was not kmg until we i pleased as you. Tis the day declare. But whereV my lady, to say mo Many I've Bur Time to slay. Ami the laughter is still Of 'Iu" on yonder wall. MJUSV ;i who are they? both kmd and Cupid hunt in no case the experi- rfo disastrous as was Pepy's first tea drinking. In his "1 did send for H cup of tea (a China of which 1 never drank be- fore." and later, "Then to bed on all at which my wife did marvel But Pcpys lived a long. long fours, much. MANY DON'T KNOVS HEART AFFECTED. More People than Aware of It Have Heart Disease. If examinations were of ever) one, would surprised at the her ut jH'rsons walking sbout suffering in.n: heart disease This startling statement was made by i doctor at rewtit inquest. "I should i.oi HUf to wiy thai heart disease is as coriimot.. as imoly." said the exj-'eM. "b'.a L that the number of about with weak heartt must be very of people go about their daily work on the verge of death, and yet do not k'lu-.v it. It is uiily wheu the shock comes ilia k Us them that the unsuspected weak- was in cream ttilk with of pink. Mrs. J. G. Anderson in re- seda green and Mrs. A. B.' Stafford in pink, took turns in presiding at the tea table, which was arranged most daintily and with artistic ef- fect in pale green and white. Green satin ribbon stretched across from .corner to corner, ending in soft full bows. White chiffon, prettily drap-' ed around the large mirror, made an unusually attractive centre, and the bU'oms of narcissus and lily of the valley gave one a breath of spring. Mrs. Horn i brook, of Calgary, a sis. ter of Mrs. Tilley's. in a very hand- some gown of old blue in Princess effect, served the ices, which carried out the color scheme of green and white. Mrs. Minkler, another sister, in a most becoming gown of tobacco brown, and Miss Tilley, of Toronto, time ago. and two hundred and I fifty years or twi drinking haw made us in any .form tho that is nowadays. 1 lhiuk that tho stress of ltd rush of ern bu8inew iife> nv ;i jot lo wjth hrart- trouble." no d >ubt but thisis w ilV l VI V V. hir. That was last winter when we lived in hair: Toronto. j Rlithe bonnie r. lint in. i could stay: 'Dr. i Timid Manruerite Wood's Syrup. I tried a home i ?tare .-.iide receipt which I got from a. I whom naught ir.- ;i i.-.ic found that har cold lifted alwut jj t.yed, in as long. My husband highly praise 'Dr.; "Grace, who held me and says he that iwttle oi is always kept in the house." j It is put up in a yellow wrapper, thnu j.ino trees the trade mark, the price 25 Be sure and accept of the many Good Saint, from such a fair array Ould'I have chosen, beyond recall, single lip. and a single way? loved them all! Life. j at .-xl Old BURIED IN A BOG Village of Kilmore in Ireland, Over-; whelmed Speakirif: of tea and tea drinking brings uiie to the subject of tea rooms, and it L> u very live topic here, to with the child-like; judge from several remarks I have i i lately heard. Western women us a" rule, addicted to tea drinking, and one cannot drop into a friend's of mi afternoon without the inevit- able teapot and tray appearing in j due time. Some people take "all the i trimmings, some only "one i lump and no cream." others weak, my dear, mostly and i still other courageous souls take it r But everybody drinks tea. Those who are accustomed to i it even- afternooti miss it when out shopping, and a tea room where one could take a friend and have a cosy would wrongly white airy anv tro-n heart trouble to oimrsei'f Miluirus Heartand yea-and-nay- I loved them Envoy. ots. box or 3 boxes for ukiU-rs or will be m.iled direat on ot jsrico by Tlie T. Milbum Co., Limit- yesterday afternoon. This popular young lady was assisted in receiving and entertaining her guests by Mrs. McNicol, Mrs, Vrooman and Miss Vrooman. OUR UNION JACK. Union Jack! I siag thy praise, Britannia's standard true, Thy victories in the olden time. Thy conquests in the new. OF CAXADA Best i Prtllls Exceed Encourage Your CUldrei to Save by opening Savings Accounts for. them iu the Union Bank. Give them a good start, help them to make regular, c-veu if small deposits, and you will be giving thein'a training in "thrift that stand by them through, life. small as well as large deposits, and every Depositor can. be sure of the most cottrteous treatment from our staff. 81.00 opens a Savings Account. at highest' current rate paid at regular intervals. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Gossip From Edmonton An. issue of local improvement debentures. Edmonton, recently realized the highest price yet received for any of its bonds, W. A. PORTABLE HOUSES FOR ITALY Hundred of Thtm Shipptd to More to FtJkw New York, N. Y., February .The naval supply ship Eva cleared from this port yesterday with a "cargo McKenzie Co., of Toronto, securing! of 500 .portable houses for the earth- them at 101.25. They are per i quake victims of Messina. This cargo cent, debentures, and six offers, were'was bought with part-of the Govern. received for them. The City Council ment naval appropriation money vot- is now alive, to the programme by Congress. work before it this season. They have The 500 houses are stowed away in Have followed thee from land to land and keep him indoors. already authorized worth of paving and three new extensions of the street car line. To help several unemployed men around the city. work is beinp: planned on sewers and cutting out brush from streets not yet onened up. The men will be tak- en. to work at half-time and it is hop- ed that all who apply con be given an opportunity to earn weekly. Travis Barker. of this city, a lead- j. about iwo miles from a :ear countv. Galwav. The slide took j bowing at each other an place irs the vicirijtv oi Mount Mary, father going kite which is covered V thousands grandson beside him. a acres oi bog. All along the bottom leaning over a precipice and a -H the ffiwmtuin there are little ham- nese lady homing a tea caddy. lh, lets occupied by small farmers whose ?ed grand- his tree Chi- hast er in all matters concerning the Sal- vation Army, has donated a library of close on to -100 volumes to the Barracks, where thev will be available to people on the payment of a nomin- al sum, as a deposit to be refunded. there are the restaurants, but T-bone: ,.aid with ,very soiemn sreaks (no joke and deep; are 'so many On our street, upplf pie are more n their hne in Ever so many houses have cards on satisfying the pancrs of real hunger than "is "a dainty "five o'clock." These tea nourish in aiost Freedom thou bring'st to every strand Far as the blue wave curls.- the Eva's hold. There are lots of these -houses packed in layers- and painted five different NotJ-only is all the material ready for" the houses; in the cargo but the various pieces are numbered and completely finished, Nails, tqpls, a photograph of every part and printed instructions also, go. with the bouses. There are also about a dozen first class carpen- ters, who go with the cargo erect in of Messina a model house the: "Italians how to go about putting .tbie portable houses together. This consignment of houses is. the of several. 'The Government will send "along more in a short time and the Red Cross will also send some. nrin-inoi rhf> m-iVino- flowers in inese tea roozns nounsn ui "iw- the coloring was soft ,ncl harmonious. of Thfl and in New York and sale oi turf. Early. one morn- ing recently Mrs. Martin opened the front door she was alarmed to find the house surrounded by a liquid bog. She aroused her husband and the unit-ed efforts of husband and wife enabled them to get their child- ren-out of danger. All their stock had to bV abandoned. The occupants of ttie ntighboring houses found them- selves ;in a similar predicament and narrowly escaped with their lives. Their hcuses are now buried to the very tiles ;n the seething mass. The whole %-illage of Kilmore has been engulfed, .life. One old woman lost her OIK- "f t-he side panels has the deal- -postou their name is legion. tem. "What diseases fcre i Thou break'st the tyrant's I asked, politely, and he pursed up I t] liis lips and said: "Oh, measles and scarlet fever and quarantine." So and 1. Luen-Chon.e; Tai. Having had lonn experienci- in Canton City. 352 Queen's Road. Central Dealer. Hong Kong in China Tea." Dor-s it not cast n mild glamor of 8iid atmosphere of foreign travel over the tea cups? But lest it should prove too much do not use the w onn for the diagnosis ofj "ronto has several, and they are to be mps? visitors are fond .of .SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. iroes by the name of "The Cosy Gor- Thou sett'st the captive free: For country and for country's God Thou speak'st from sea to sea. ibe Medical Health Officer. ANNE. True liberty, from license free, The various forms of dissipation in i ot an "China tea'" but to mix a little t.-f it with your Tetley's or Sir Thomas Lipton's. is a delicious tancr about it which is quite new and pleasant. If you have I'.ftver ner Tea and it has kept -up' the shape of teas, dances, receptions a most home-like bridge parties which have enliv- its reputation. Hule snot. _.._ financed it. and the rooms, though "greater volume than usual, are mere- small and m'o'lest. were models .a- sign of the times, and point to j sood -taste. The walls were hung: the fact, already well known to most; with c'ark green burlap_: there were wise that Lent is at hand, j a few brown-framed sepia prints; the: small tables were of dark Mission Mrs. Reeve's tea on Saturday af- and the chairs matchea.; ternoon was a. distinct success, and wealthy Englishman; ened the psst few weeks in perhaps realm secure. O'er every class and clime and race. Thy far-famed colors wave, And in thy march we fondly trace of the This body of workers are completing I In 2 QQQ compiete houses wffl be their plans for a Maternity and this country. .The'lious- cue Home to be built here this sum- es are o{ 'course smau but will ac- mer- comiuodate families of four comfort- ablv and even more. pattern. 1 Each table had a dainty, tray cloth. NBW TOWN OF STIRLING In Southern Alberta, part of W.i 32-6, W. 4 STIRLING .is-one of the most promising towns in Southern Alberta. WHY STIRLING is located in the heart of the district vrhere the crop returns are '55 -bushels of winter-wheat to- the a'cre. The farmers in STIRLING District are enterprising and successful farmers. The. land in the STIR- LING District has been acknowledged- by- agricultural, experts. to "be the best in Southern Alberta. STIRLING is located about; 19 miles _ of lethbridge antl important railway centre. It is also expected that the Weyburn extension will ran to this The lots iu this desirable townsite are all high and dry, and all good sized building lots. The title is perfect, and can be secured at any time upon final payment of price. The lay-out of STIRLING is" ideal., with main streets 100 feet wide and a lane running back of each block. 20 feet wide. .Prices, range froin for business lots down to for residential lots, on terms of 1-4 cash, balance 3. 6 and 9 months, withinterest at 6 per cent. For fxill particulars write or call on the Standard Loan Co., Lethbridge or to DR. KOELLOR, who and plans tmrl price list of lots. he found at STIRLING with blue prints Bo not wait till the best lots are sold. ACT NOW. might almost have deserved the title of "a "crush" were not her spacious j rooms specially adapted to large j crowds of visitors. Mrs. Reeve look-j ed exceedingly well in a_ gown "of grey broadcloth -trimmed with handsome I lace of the lame shade, and greeted, i her guests in her own winning Commerce displays her choicest bales Where'er thy standards rise, And- shins xmfurl their snow-white sails Freighted with rich -supplies. School? and colleges arise 'Neath thy protecting care, From Nature's secret store, bring; ner. .virg welcome.' The table was most har_ i -l Ricn harvests crown thy fields. Audrew Jessie and Miss Helen Mewburn. cate perfume, and yellow candle i shades shedding a soft light over 'the j animated scene. Mrs. Ch'ampriess! presided at the tea urn, and Mrs. i Rogers .the ices. The bevy of j fair assistants who, looked after the j comfort of the guests were the Misses Hardie, the Misses MacBeth Missj lfe open Beicner; ghips of eveTy i Thy harbors throng, with flags un_ Mr. and Mrs. Frank protected' bv thy hand. Miss Colp-man; and the two little j girls, returned on Saturday from a! FTom shore in shnre, our conquering holiday at the Coast, which was spent; race, f- pleasantly. Thy banners high display, i To-lighten every human, face Mrs. .Sidney Jackson was the host-j And turn their night'to day. ess at a small on Monday after- and her artistic rooms looked! TO teach the brotherhood of man unusually attractive to guests com_ TO break oppressor's chain. Hon. Charles .JPisher, Speaker of] the Legislature, will entertain the I COLONIZATION SCHEME members of the Legislature at his an-! j t Spokane Wash., ieh. .1 nnnl diTinpr on Aionnnv wwk nuiu uiuiitr on .uuium> families from cities in. eastern states are to "oe The day 01 delegations to the Gov-j On acres ..of lanti uf-rth ernment is not yet past. There bank of the Columbia Hiver been two large deputations tliis week. ote Rapids, Wash., south of Spokane. Clover Bar district sending a where L.. F. Jones, ajrent for the i'botly of: farmers-to- demand a bridge'New York Central lines, has taken an over, the Saskatchewan, as they' claim I option on the bijr tract. New'York. that heretofore the government has Ohio and Pennsylvania, capitalists are done all its m tbsj packing the-project, .which will be one south. Red "Deer sent the other dep-J of the most important irrieation en- utation., close on to a hundred citi- i terprises on the -Columbia.' river. The zens'oi that ambitious city, including! colonists .will engage in fruit raising several ladies, beseiged the Govern-1 and truck farming. Moisture for the meat buildings oh Friday, asking the j land will be supplied by pumping wa- Govemment to secure a railway, ter from the. stream..' A small tract tJhrouerh Red Deer. west, to .the not more .than ten acres will :be tains and east to the forks of the! Bat .assigned to each family. Mr. Jones tie river, connecting-. with--the G-.T.P., declined to divulge the names, or the branch to Calgary. j persons interested in the scheme. From, another, source it- -was learned An illustration ot" .the .benefits, the backers project exbect be derived from "the Workmens' Com-' large dividends from the investment., pensation Act .was--had here recentlv! is. to. be..worked.'on shares in the case on English working 1 and salary until the orchards come named- Fred Cross- for whom a into..bearing m, five ..years. _One mil- six hundred thousand trees -.-will required if. the tract is set to ap- '_.'" V i scrlp'tion had to be taken, up to The sturdy soas .01 toil are blest, himself hack to The-mine-its-ncbes yields; mari, had hurt while Broad meadows smile., in verdure w6rking. on 'the G.T.p. last year.; He was so disabled, in fact. j'that he :cannot it was conr i sidered wisest .to send the man and i his family' back' home; to' .friends, As his. injury was received before the Compensation Act came in .operation. not been .-able collect any-compensation from his" em- and peaches contemplated Si NG ING. Miss Ursula pupil of ,.the celebrated teacher, William Shake- will receive pupils in singing voice production. Also engage- i ipr. JBallad- Concerts, At Homes, the Conservatory of Miisic. Miss The .dying spark of hope to fan Tn hearts which .bleed pain. ing in from ihe biting wind. Mis.. E. N. Higinbotham dispensed tea, assisted Mrs. K. D. Johnston, arid 'E. Sharman .looked What is the secret of thy fame? the ice The power thou e'er dost wield? BUILDING. IN SEATTLE Feb. of Esther Reed chapter of Spokane. Dauchters of Revolution, will launch a. campaign, at their meetitnpr on Washington's birthday to raise funds for a buildine at the Alaska-! the; Toronto Conservatory of Margaret Macpherson A. T: M..' Fii-st Class, Honor. Graduate of (Dr. Edward Fish en Musical Director of Music. Yukon-Pacific exposition at Seattle, j TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY Tho chapter will tarn its funds overi :.t i to the state committee. which has j SPECIALTY PIAXO.-Pupils in all the plans: in hand. The grades prepared for the Toronto Gon- i On land and sea rever'd thy na-me, (which is to be of colonial style, .will I servatory examinations, will receive j be headqUarters for visiting members j-a- Borough and artistic 814 eoqrtlancl; Lethbridge, AlU; Mrs. Moffatt, of Calgary, who is i On every flood and field, fne'guexst of Mrsr. J. 0. Wilson, atj the been a much-fetedrWhy does thy fair Britannia rule. v. visitor ..this week......... On. even' rolling j.The chapter will'turn its funds over profession, for, the concert Last Saturday evening Mrs. far and near, the nations school] house'here from June to November j church and; platform as .well son entertained delightfully at Five! To nobler j and entertain visiting members -from for-the drawing room and so- sis tables.; The! A middle-: western end sou-: d] prices -were eaptuied'uv she builds on truth and i eoinc to j' K.' and Mr. Arnold.' j .right, Seattle. The officors ofthe erspnal consultation: an Studio, at On Tuesday evening Mrs. Buchanan: She'honors God alone, j ter ;have advices froJYI New I'l'nfflan'd j the residence Mrs. Wm. Hatton, >t..Five'-Hundred 'inI Christ's'will and law honor of this charming chajiters -.-will be bv dele-[ carried off the prize; The royaj. law 01 love. j-aaies'. and- it is :to -cmertainJ Mrs. Reeve en tertained at dinner i them -in western style. i Mrs. Mofiatt's honor. Hail Union Jack- Ion- may thy flag i Mrs .Chives' informal thiinble-tea i, Unfurl .from sea to sea i TURNED THEM BACK. Wednesday -afternoon was very! The tyrant, from drag, pleasant, and-" it -was7 a -great treat to i -And crown liberty. some music from Miss Archer, I whose full, .bird-like itsj beautifully clear articulation, it is; always a. pleasure to-hear. Mrs. McNicol 'was the hostess .at-j four..table's of Bridge on Wednesday! Manse.. Eaymond, Windsor.'1 Ont., Fcb'.. Up' v I customs officers yesterday compelled i more than half score, of foreigners j to -return to States .despite'-' J.their-protests that they were on llieir j j way home to; Greece.: _____ The men posted winners _ rt i as to answers they ;should give! j Guelph, a charge} Canadian, authorities re-: ,._ in honor of of manslaughter arising of the i peated the'--same story with parrot like Mrs. Moffatt was that at which Mrs. fatal collision near Harriston on Jan- fashion. .It ,is believed the men are COMMITTED FOR TRIAL evening. The lucky Rogers and Mr. Another tea given -d afternoon. Mrs, Higinbotham was in thew Fleming were committed for a .handsome gown of Copenhagen! trial by Magistrate Saunders. They blue. Mrs. Neale, who dispe.nsed_teatwill now appear the Spring Assiz- w-ith white boa. Mrs'. G. Robinson Jon bail, looked after the iellies, and was as-j by Miss Colpman and Hissj Audrey NTeale. Many exclamations! of delight were heard at the sight of i a beautiful oleander in full bloom, which held the place of honor in the centre of the tea table. engaged by an American employment {or in Western Canada: RAPID PROGRESS 'The Garbutt Biiisiness Stafford .Block, already T has an equipment of 6 type- "writers; and will add more as required. The 'number pi 'students is also large ano continnally growing. -Both evening and day.sessions are held regularly. For information apply ai the College Booms, or write Geo.J. Schmidt, Prin. T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 887. day afternoon from Calgary. 2 LOTS Wood 8t. in: f ON j o Incorporated 1855 Mrs. .Chivers gave a small Bridge! for Mrs. Moffatt on Thursday even-' irig. Mrs. F. R. Agnew arrived on Thurs- 2 LOTS McKILLOP ADDN., NEAR Ellison Mill, On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. A. Tilley, assisted by her mother, Mrs. 3 LOTS A. H. McKeown, received for the first time since her marriage, and many callers made their way to Sen- ator DeVeber's house, which Mr. Tilley has taken for the -winter. The fair young bride looked exceedingly handsome in cream, and .Mrs.- Me. OR. C. C. CRAQQ PhycicUn Swrgton. Phone Office 1J6.' Hoaw M. OAce hourt-V to H a.m., to :SO p.m., 7 lo S PHI to school, l ACRE LOT CORNER OF McBETH j