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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiftlDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II, IMT "Its Only a Cold, A Trifling Cough." FARMERS GET TOGETHER. to Washington State Agriculturalists Handle Grain. Spokane, Wash., thousand ranchers in Washington, Idaho ami Chvgon, controlling an output of Jiioiv than bush- els of grain., formed a combination to market their products direct thruugl) a commission, at an execu- tive meeting the Farmers' Educa- tional ami Cooperative Union in Spo- Sports and Pastimes Thousands have said this when they caught cold. Thousands have neglected to curs the cold. Thousands have filled Consumptive grave through neglect. Jfever neglect cough or cold. It can have but one result. It leaves, the throat or lungs, or both, affected. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup as the medicine you need. It strikes at the very foundation of all throat or lung complaints, relieving ______..... or curing Colds, Bronchitis. Asth- j aiso decided to establish warehouses ma. Croup, Sore and preventing jn tfce various grain-growing centres pneumonia and It has stood the test fur many years, and is now more generally used than ever. It contains all tho lung healing virtues of the IV pine tree combined with Wad Cherrv Bart in kano. The purpose is the middleman and touch with the consumer. It was to eliminate into closei n the .three states. L. C, Crowe, president of the or- ganization, said that the combina- tion ami other pectoral remedies. It the weakened bronchial organs, allays irri- tation and subdues infiammatioru soothes and heals the irritated parts, loosens tbe phlegm and mucous, and aids nature to easily dislodge the morbid accumulations. Don't be humbugged into accepting an imitation of Dr. Wood's Norway I'i.-ie Svrup. It is put up in a yellow wrapjwr, three pine trees the trade mark, ami price :i5 cents. Mrs. J. Brewster, Orafton, winters ago I suffered verely with a very cold and asthma. I was so bad I could not get my breath, is not for the purpose of any legitimate business, but rathw to prevent manipulators of the markets detracting from the commer- cial channels several- millions of dol- lars annually to their own pockets. It is believed the union can handle and very often thought I would choke. Mv husband became very much frightened, and got me a bottle of Wood's Pine Syrup and it gave me almost instant relief. I can recommend it to having the least kind of a cold." BOOST FOR DR. RIVERS its grain cheaper and keep the sell- ing price higher than private indi- viduals. The fight is against wheat pits and exchanges and bucket shops, which, he said, have the profit? from the farmers' fields until I the open market and free exchange no longer obtain. Other resolutions adopted at the public sessions, which were attended (Raymond Rustler.) Dr. Rivers, our popular ilayor. who has been interested largely in more railway development for our town, and surrounding count ry. is beinc fa- vorably mentioned as a likely candi- date for parliamentary honors in the forthcoming- provincial elections. Al- thoup-h. as vet the doctor has not an nounced his intention of becoming1 a candidate, he is beine oasrerly soutrht by his many friends to enter the field, lie would certainly make most cap- able representative for this part of the south, and would not leave un- done any legislation that would ben- efit his constituents. He is most pop- ular all through the south, and if he decides to enter field, no doubt be by 700 are for the repeal of the duty on jitte and grain sacks and (coal and lumber imported into the United States; favoring the establish- ment of the parcels post, also postal savings without any limit to the amount of deposits, demanding the repeal of the present tax law, and j asking that all property be equally [taxed, with no exemption to credit? and notes. The union also placed it- self on record in favor of the local option bill, now before the Senate at Olympia, which provides for a county unit. Telegrams were sent to the legislat'Ts, urging the passage of the nvasure at the present session. LODGES PETITION CITY. Dis- will receive strong support from hands of his many friends. the MYSELF AND ME. Want Aliens and Single Men missed from Public Service. Spokane, Feb. socie- ties in Spokane, including the Ma- Oddfellows, Knights of Pythias, Elks, Eagles, Eed Men, Foresters, Woodmen and Maeeabbees. are pre- paring petitions to be submitted to I Mayor G. Herbert Moore and mem- j bers of the City Council, calling upon i them to discharge all aliens and itin- ierant' single men now employed on The Toronto ball spring training this year. team will do its Chatham, Ont.. the Tom Flan- agan said after his return to Toron-j to after the Longboat-Shrubb race. "were not at the race in large IH.TS, the lew theix- did make lively. Just imagine n prominent To rontoiiiau like George Gooderham. AI.j P.P., dofling his coat and" hat and' around the track with Canauiass brinjrine up the rear. It will take me a week to tell the story of the race, which was one that Can- adians have every reason to rejoice in as n creat, victory for Canada." The froronto Globe says: Tom Flan- iran is being made the subject cf a ereat deal of hero worship around j town. The modest Irishman had troubles of his own all day yesterday and last night. His appearance on the street was the sicnal for dt-mon- straiions. At the Grand Central Ho- tel the domes reached that unbearable to the uian gets the credit for inakiufi Lonffi'oat I'm the best pal I ever had, I like! public The purpose is" to give the places to men of families, pre- ferably residents of" Spokane. It is to be with me, I like to sit and tell myself things confidentially. I often sit and ask me if I shouldn't or I should, And I find that my advice to me is always pretty good. J never got acquainted till here of late, also urged that the Council enact ;an ordinance embodying the requests. The petition points to the fact that by the employment, of Italians and _ other aliens, who have no interest in with myself j American institutions beyond secur- j injr money- to send to their, native And I find myself a bully chum, I j homes, many residents are. deprived treat me simply great. I of work. The reference to the dis- I talk with me and walk with missal of unmarried men has already and show me right and -wrong; had its effect, as more than a score I never knew how -well myself and I of them were married during the last me could get along. ;few days. It is expected that the I ve made a study of myself, com_ I resolution will come before the City Council in a formal way immediate- pared me with a lot, And finally I've concluded I'm thejly upon the return of Mayor Moore. best friend that I've got. Sifton. I who is in California with, the Cham- i ber of Commerce excursion. Shrubb. He sneaked out of he back door and made the best of his way to a theatre. The crowd saw him conic in after the performance had be- and set up such a bedlam that the show had to be discontinued. The comedians quit their antics and came down into the house to persuade the Irishman to rx> upon the stage and! make a few remarks to satisfy the; crowd. Flanagan had made more, speeches during- the day than the hold j er of the political stumping record, j and declined to do any more, but agreed to leave the house. The show was delayed half an hour. Capt. Bruce Stuart of the Ottawas has declined an after of..S400 to play one match with the Cobalt Hockey Club against Haileybury for the Tem- iskamine- League Championship. The offer is the biggest ever made any iockey player. Seven Canadian rinks defeated like number of Americans by a score of 94 to 59 in the International .Cup Competition at the Winnipeg Bonspiel STRUCK BY TRAIN. Si. John, NJJ-. Feb. McNeil, of South Sydney, and Wal- ter Murphy, of Liinerick, Ireland, were struck by a train on the O.PJK. between Macdam and Vanceboro last night. McNeil was killed and Mur- phy injured. BIG MONEY IN BOOZE. Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. a liquor stealing case here it- came out according to evidence of a represen- tative of Corby's, Belleville, that the WHAT IS LAND WORTH In Washington, IMPROVED FRUIT LAND brings from to per acre. We sell better lands unimproved at to per acre, according to location. You can make a good living and pay for the planting and cultivating of your orchard, by growing garden truck between the trees. OR You can have your land improved to a six-year old fruit bearing or- chard, for to per acre. We have experienced orchardists to do this work and charge per acre for same, which includes clearing, cultivating, supplying and planting two-year old trees (your selection) and the subsequent care of same for four years. Do these prices appear high to you? An Apple Orchard in full bearing, yields from 500 to boxes per acre, and nets the grower from to per box, hence if fruit land will yield a profit of even per acre, that profit is equal to ten per cent, on or ONE HUN- DRED AND SIXTY PER CENT, on the'actual cost price. How irTany of the best farms In other countries are netting the own-, ers profits annually on price tKey actually paid for the land? We invite comparisons. Do a little figuring for yourself. The climate of THE ARROW LAKE DISTRICT is admirably adapted to the growth of vegetation. The win- ters are so short and mild, that semi, tropical fruits, figt for example, can be successfully grown. The soils of this valley are a com- bination of volcanic ash, sand from the disintegration of igneous rocks, silt from old lake beds, and humut from the decay of vegetation. They comprise all the elements necessary to plant life, being from two to three hundred feet In depth, and are of inexhaustible fertility. says the New York Wall Street "are stubborn things and they won't down." .British Co- lumbia possesses lumber resources, greater than all the states of the Union, East of the Rocky Mountains. British Columbia is moreover now recognized as the orchard of the Em- pire. .It has the soil, the climate and it will have the people. .VNOTE. Our contracts provide for twelve months in which to finally se- lect your land. We improve your property, if you wish it. Buy your home now while prices are low. They will never be lower and. will certainly be higher in a very short time. not claim to have the only Fruit Lands in British but what we wish to explain, That our lands were personally se- lected by two old residents of the "country, who understood conditions for profitable fruit culture, and woo wore the sime time fa- miliar with the climate and soil-con- ditions of the country. That, at the same time our lands were selected they had practically the choice of the country. That our lands were chosen for the purpose of fruit-growing, and was in their opinion, the best obtainable. That, due consideration was given to sections requiring irrigation and those said not to require it. That our lands were chosen with a view to irrigation, should it be found necessary, and can be irrigated at a very small expense. That that time it has been satisfactorily demonstrated that ir- rigation is not required. That transportation facilities and conveniencesto market were not over- locked. That the choosing of land in small_ isolated tracts where schools and churches could not be maintained, was carefully avoided. That we believe, there are no bet- ter fruit lands in British Columbia, than we are offering at the present market price. We are not selling on COMMIS- SION, We own our lands and are interested in satisfying our customers. Write us for particulars and literature. The ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ed him to go home, and addressing, N.Y., January 21, 1895, and, Gillette his; him as "Imp" and George j declared in his petition, immediately in-: F. Gillette was granted a divorce from i afterward his wife began abusing vaded tbe lodge room of the Order of j his wife, Anna Gillette, by Judge; Mm, continuing until life became iui- HE GOT A DIVORCE. Feb. wife-- bearded the sentinels and cape the ridicule of neighbors and members of the order. By taking him home, the complaint adds, she broke up the trial, and he was forced, to whiskey sold to the retailer at 70c a (Foresters, where he was presiding as; William A. Huneke, in the Spokane j bearable. He, was finally forced to resign his office, as it was likely his gallon in bond, and the retailer sold Chief Ranger at the trial of a mem-icounty Superior Court. They were leave their home-in New York' fol_. wife would come for him at any time it at a quart. i ber, the meeting, and fore- j married in St. Lawrence lowing the lodgjj room episode to es-1 during lodge meetings. YOUR GHHNC TONIGHT THE LION AND THE MOUSE TH FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT A Texas Steer The Fighting Hope Saturday Afternoon at Matinee for Ladies and Later- Specialties change their Program Nightly Box Office Open All Day RESERVE SEATS GENERAL ADMISSION 25c NEXT WEEK Empire Vaudeville Company of 14 People THE BIGGEST THE HIGHEST-CLASS VAUDEVILLE ACTS THAT EVER PLAYED CANADA ;