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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Letfabridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February THE CANADIAN BANK TMtoirro 1. WAIKltt, Priiliaat 4LBLAJIDBB LAXXD, QiairiJ Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, A CENEIAL JANL1HC IUSJNE5S TRANSACTED AT ALL BRAMCHO DHAFTS AMD iONEY ORDERS sold, money trantferrcd by telegraph or ktter. CQtLECTiOKS made in all ports of Canada and in foreign FOHEIGM iySttlE88> and drafts on the United Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and said. tH Lethbridge Branch C C. K. Nourse, Manager OF CANADA Tote) Auetc Oct tt, MO9 Over We have already 40 Branches in Ontario and atiojit- 120 in. the West If we have not yet 'etrtaWtshed'a-Braricb -wittiin easy 'reach of you, carry ,on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and'safely, (with our nearest Brauch. Caller write Manager4Vk-ill gladly .explain the system' t6 Open a Savings Account with, a Deposit of .00 or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may be any tinieV Main Offlea car. Round Radaath IU I J.R.ANDERSON Sub-Offlct Waatmintttr Rd., N. Ward Manafar. ttlrllnfl H. Raach, Acting Manager. W. Manager. conductor call "AH aboard" at Cie- vcrville. TIMS growu by lariiMjrs of Cleverville district is as good and as plentiful ai I rom any district ol Sou- thern Alberta. Tbere are no extra large larms lor the two townships adjoining Cleverville were settled by rogresaive homesteaders. This will eip to build up a brisk business here or there will be many mouths to feed d many bodies to clothe. Grain is aot the only asset. Coal u been mined (or five years within lew miles ol Cleverville. Now there are two coal mines with miles ol leyerville and supplying the farmers witk coal at per ton. A com- pany is now being loaned to develop he well which was discovered "on the Fath farm last summer. well is lour miles west ol the towa- site, ot Cleverville. So Rrain, coal and gas will be among the natural re- sources ol the new town of Clever- ville, which will be the first station north o! Carmangay when the Leth- dgc-Calfcary line is connected at Aldersyde." A good rural school is situated about hall a mile from the village. Methodist church service is held in the school every Sunday after noon. We always have "fair wea- ther" at Cleverville when the parson is at home. Mail arrives by stage from Carmangay on Wednesdays and Saturdays by stage from Carmangay. Thq tap UN Dote Set ay men, aad atore women, go through life like a train with the engine tugging, but tbc hard OB. never get anywhere near top span, they are never really well. tber do not own even to that are tick, but they known it it "fcclg Always ibere is weadache, tbafc- "drafied out fwling" which makfla titter meatal or pbyMcsI, utterly impoMible. Tha meat cbauaoc trouble with all M that thej have Coniti- pfttico. ajttema are poleoncd with tba wMit fcatter, which ia blood, iaattad ct being promptly by tha BoweU. Hanh purgv livea are wont ao treatmeit at all, they wtakrn aad IrriUte tht bovcla, instead ol cvriag the trouble. The Mtnral aad permanent core for Conjtipatkm, M "Prwt-a-tirea" oaosbinet the well- kaowa of applet, aad pmaea. perfect to the combination, that like the freah fnu't, by the tlagguh liver ta iwpply the proper ol bile U> awvt the regularly. The rnott ttnbbom of ykW to the aad 5oe. a box. i for or trial box, dtaUrs frva Ottawa. BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Feb. Whitney, old store Js too small for his business, is now Building a and larger one. The.implement warehouse for ,Jam- ieson and Donelly is nearly completed M. Demarche intends erectins his warehouse right away, i Two fine residential houses being ;ibuilt on the south side of the" track on the new part of the townsite by contract and owned by E.. Baker, are being rushed to completion'; the; ten- waiting to occupy them. The contract has been given for imachinery aad the Stacey Lumber Co. have contracted to supply lumber lor .the.fine elevator and mill to be erect- iYcd by the Farmers' Elevator bon Society of the United States that the farmers of the country lost an- nually the enormous sum of through the destructive hab- its of insects. From this some esti- mate might be 'made of what the Al- berta farmers were losing every year in the same manner. It behooved the farmer therefore, to do everything in. his power to preserve the birds, which were the natural enemies of the in- sects. The ladies can help material- ly in this at present over thirty millions of birds are slaughter- ed annually to supply plumage for hats. The killing of the birds has resulted in such an increase in insects that every State in .the Union with. the exception of eleven has passed the Audubon model law for the protec- of the birds. During the evening a magic lantern was used to illustrate the talk and views were shown. tion of the building will be the most eligible for business purposes and it will add greatly to the appearance ol 23rd Advertiser The Blairmore cement factory Is how in operation. It is equipped to produce 500 barrels daily, but is built for a capacity of barrels daily, in order that the output may be easily increased if desired. m mU mm'r Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to ItsNatoral Color and Beauty. No matter how long it baa been fray or faded, Proootea a loxuriaa t growth of htalthy hair. Btopa its falling out, Daw Keepa hairaoft and flosay. foac all attbatitataa. 2K tiaoea much In fLOO 50c- aixe. HM Dye. Scad tc. far PhiJo Bay Harffaa red, tkia SIM and mate. 2Sc. Beadle tor book rTbaCart J. ANTARCTIC EXPLORERS RETURN French Vessel Pourquoi Pas Met With Misfortune For Sale By J. D. H1G1NBOTHAM CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. TOWNSHIP 2. RANGE 15 The series ol meetings held in this township by Rev. Conner and Rev, Nash ql the Evangelical Church, ol Warner, came to a .close Sunday night after a duration ot two weeks. As we have no church or school house yet the meetings were: held in tne homes ot the people. Great interest was manifested and considering the Mr. Stansell deplored the killing o! ducks as early as August the 23rd before the young were able to fly. He remarked on the value to 'the fanner of the meadow lark, the. robin and the. jimco. The English sparrow should on the other hand -be destroy- ed at any cost. The house wren was a great asset in the garden and he advised providing nesting places lor them. OE the hawks there were very lew which bothered the poultry yard. Cooper's hawk, a small brownish fel- rimta Arenas, Chili, Feb. ther'details have been received here of -the voyage of the Pourquoi Pas, wxich is now returning with Dr. Jean M.; Charcot's Antarctic expedition. The Pourquoi Pas on reaching the re- gion of Ice on her trip to the South, stranded on the coast of Graham land and -was refloated after tnree days. On the resumption of the voyage the steamer met with a long series of ac- cidents. She was la collision with 'a. number of Icebergs and lost her rud- der owing to the pressure of the ice. The crew, however, managed to con- struct a jury rudder. There was considerable suffering among tLe men during the many months In the Antarctic regions, scur- vy and heart failure being the chief ailments. Numerous journeys were made over .16 ice but it Teas impossible to use automobiles on account of the bad condition of the Ice N fields. The stranding of-the Pourquoi Pas and the collisions with icebergs caused a serious leak at the "outset of the ex- pedition which proved Impossible of repair. Water flowed in at all times and the pumps were In constant use until the end of the vayoge. The! steamer -was exposed to violent storms' on the return trip as far as the Straits of Magellan and was compelled to put into an obscure harbor for two days -to repair the engines. A scar- city of provisions and coal, the dam- the crew necessitated the return. The jury in the case of BingerHer- mann at Portland. Ore., charged with land frauds, announced a disagree- ment today and was discharged. distance the people had to come there low- with a Iong tail> had .markcd ten. was a very good attendance every of but the others night. Quite a number have express- Lhoult} not ed their earnest desire 'to lead a Chris tian life and we all feel the benefit a spiritual awakening and ate glad Thought RANGE killed unless caught in the act as they were valuable vern destroyers. The Western 'horned owl was the only one of the owl family which destroyed poultry and game to any extent but it could not be killed as all owls were protected by law. The particular one mentioned should be placed on the open list. The birds, he stated, which were not protected were: "Wild geese, crows eagles, goshawks, pigeonhawks, duck hawks, Cooper's hawk, hawk owls blackbirds, gracklcs, English spar rows, loons, cormorants, pelicans and magpies. First Antrican Negro Cadet hi IfM Md Stw The BEST You Can Boy No range on earth has a angle point of convenience or real utility that is not ra- the "Happy but this range has many original patented which can be found in no other one a convenience and profit to tha housewife. rtotons vky fa "HAPPY THOUGHT" is colled "The King of gvoen in ovr interesting booklet. HAYR BROS., Local Representatives TW WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LTD, ing at the time narrowly escaped and 1 Isaved nonc of thf" effects- The 108S [SHEEHAN'S COUNTRY HOME DESTROYED New York, Feb. de- stroyed the country home ot John C. Sheehan, formerly leader of Tammany Hall, near Rye, N. Y. Mr. Sheehan and his family who were in the build- Js Hkely to reach partially Insured. Part of valuable collection statuary Mr, Shee laled. and accumu- THE SUN TYPEWRITER Viiible Writing -Heavy Manifolding Perfect Work Extreme Speed We are alBO Agents for the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Get our prices on. safes and save money. JOINT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS at the IMXff are proving to be a very great convenience to many of our With these ac- Either of two persons of the household may deposit or withdraw money. Interest is paid on all bal- ances twice a year, ,In the event of the death of either party, the survivor may-withdraw the money Capital Reserve LeVKKridge Branch: T. W. McEachern, Mgr. Ring Up 701; J when you -want DRAYING done and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Place Your Onlfrs for ....WITH TT X lie Sun Agency 411 Ford St. P. 0. Box 96 Lethbridce, Alta. JUS. FR vSatisfaction Giiarnnreerl PHONE 289 I Parquharson Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine P.O. Box 304 Fernte, B.C. GEO. TAYLOR Florist GREENHOUSES-650, Street, Pbm 67S STORE--405, Ftrii Street, 561 P. O. Fresh Cnt and Plants for All Decisions Free Delivery to all parts of the city OLLIE R. SMITH San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua. Feb. advance guard of the revolti tionary army attacked the outposts of the government forces at La Libertad at two o'clock Sunday morningu WO.. at two o'clock Sunday afternoon. The fighting was hot, but the attacking force was small, and was repulsed at the er.d of half an hour. This attack Indicated that General Ctamorro's advancing, column has reached the vicinity of Acoyapa, and the long awaited attack on the gov- ernment position at that point is ex- pected hourly. That, it will decide the fate of the revolution is admitted on all sides, and conservatives in the Chontales 'dis- trict profess confidence that the com- bined forces of Generals Chamorro and Mena will score a sweeping victory. Revolutionary bands have been sighted near La Libertad and Santa Toraas, an Important mining town in Chontales, but whether they arc a part of the main army is not known. The governor, of the district assures me that the government has ten thous and well epulpped troops mobilised a Acoyapa. The government has been very active for the last two weeks rushing men and supplies into the die tricU When You Need High Class Printing And Need It Quickly Call On The QUICK PRINT ArtUtlc and Commercial SJIEPARD BLK. Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. ffflS rKONE m Coal, Ice and DRAYING Lethbridge. P.O.Box 271 We ON THE PREMISES Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Propnetora Office next Arcade Phone 1163 i City Cartage Co. VAX EORK PROPS. Draying ,of All Kinds Coal Delivered Promptly Office, Oliver Block Telephone 438 ;