Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
I; The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February EXTENSION OF THE BUCKEYE VOL. 1 LETHBEIDGE, FEBRUARY No. 27 His Master's cboice." P.S.--Even a dog knows more about a good thing than a knocker Every knock is a boost for the BUCKEYE New, clean, up to date. I All white help. THE CAFE it Good menu. Quick service. Next I Arlington Hotel Orders for d raying left here will receive prompt attention. i ANOTHER SAW MILL AT GRAND PRAIRIE. A saw and planing mill to be oper- ated by steam power was shipped in- to tne Grand Prairie country last week by W. A. Rae, who will llsh the mill on the banks of the Wa- piti river, -which flows through the Grande Prairie. The saw mill will be in operation by spring, and is expected to handle a large amount of lumber this year. This wiil be the second saw mill to established in the Grand Prairie, the first in several years ago by W. Squarebridge, and which iias been operated successfully at Beaver Lodge. SAVED HER HAIR j Zam-Buk Cured Scalp Eczema If you have eczema ringworm or- any scalp sore, do not permit your hair to be cut off without first trying Zam-Buk. Mrs. David Monteitb., of 23 Bertrand street, Norwood, Winni- peg, says: "My daughter contracted eczema of the scalp, and this broke out regularly for three years in suc- cession. It would probably have been recurring yet each, season had it not been for Zam-Buk. The eczema first started with an outbreak of little red, watery pimples, which turned Into large sores. We consulted a medical man, and tried lotions, powders, sal- ves and all kinds of things but in vain. Each time the disease appeared her hair had to be cut off. Wnen this had been done three times a friend suggested that as other things had failed, I should try Zam-Buk, instead of again-consulting a doctor and go- ing through the old and ineffective program. I acted on this advice, and obtained some Zam-Buk. Almost as soon as this was applied the child experienced relief. The itching and irritation seemed to be soothed, and In several places, after some days .treatment, there appeared marked signs of improvement, so we tbxmght would not this time cut off her hair. "We kept on applying Zam-Buk, un- til in a few weeks is was very evident a complete cure was being effected In the end all the sores were healed the hair over the affected parts had grown again, and at the present time her is healthy and quite free from every trace of sore or eczema." The same healing virtue is respon- sible for cure of ulcers, abscesses running sores, cuts, cracks, scalds, abrasions, For chil drenjs rashes there is nothing to equal Zam-Buk, as it is so pure. All drug- gists and stores at 50 cents box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto for price. Dr. C. S. Lane, father of the Inter- state Commerce Commissioner Frank- lin K. Lane, died yesterday at his Barbaras, aged 73 years. Dr. Lane was a native of Prince Ed- ward Island, Canada. The Marquis and Marquise De Cas- tellane have instituted suite against the Princess De SaKan for back annuities which they allege the count and countess in the marriage settlement of 1008 engaged themselve to pay at the rate o! a year. Only Gloved Hands Pick "Sunkist55 Grandes We use great care in picking the famous "SUNKIST" ORANGES. Each "SUNKIST" ORANGE is picked from the tree and packed in the box by a thct falls to thc grouna is gf Navel Granges Are Seedless We grow ot thc California oranges. Three- fourths cf pll the lemons. Most of them arc cold in bulk, but (he choicest selections of this great quantity nrc wrapped in the SUNKIST label, so lhat if you would be sure that you get the choicest pick, insist upon the "SUN'KiST." Beautiful Grande Spoon FSEE Some dealers may claim.the oranges they sell are the famous but lhat they have removed (he Avrap- dcalcr Diving you oranges sr.d lemons in the SUNKIST" wrapper. IE you do this we will give you a beautiful orange of Rogers' best standard Quality, Just send p twelve "SUNKIST" orange lemon wrappers, six 2c stamps to pay postage, packing etc., and receive c-o of these beautiful spoons by return mail. IMPORTANT COURT DECISION Ottawa, Feb. the supreme court today, Wilton vs. the Bank of Ottawa, an appeal from heard. The bank as assignee of Geo. Pocock and Sons, of Emerson, Man., sued the appellants for damages caus- ed by breach of contract for the pur- chase of .tons of hay to be press- ed and delivered by Pocock and Sons in the season of 1907-OS. At the trial Judge Cameron maintained the action and entered a verdict of the damages and costs. The judgment was affirmed by the Court of .Appeals for Manitoba. The appellants con that there was no evidence pi a breach of the contracts nor reflisa to accept hay. of the quality contract ed for, and that there was no evidence of damage sufficient to justify the ver diet. ".Appeal; dismissed with costs "for the reasons given in the conrt below Chrysler K.C., for appellants; was heard, Fullerton, for respondent, was not called "on .for any argument., Weller vs. McDonald, McMillan 'Go was taken up today. The dispute arose in coifnection with bridging tracts on the line of the G._T- P. be- tween Portage la Prairie and Touch ibe in 1907.' Appeal is from the judg ment of the court of appeals for Man itoba affirming the judgment of Judg iland, but the two convicts succeed Jed in breaking open the boat hous and 3tealing a boat. They als showed remarkable foresight, as the stole carrier pigeons which are kep on the island for the purpose of warn ing the authorities at the penitentiary at the royal city. By stealing th pigeons they took away the onl moans of communication. rowed to the mainland and their way through the bush to international boundary line, Brewer had tesn sentenced to sen- four years at the assizes held I Vernon, in 1506, for stealing at Ques nel, B. C. He had served only little over six months whenv he mad his escape. Of the six men escaped in 1907, at the tito of Bill escape, three of them have come back and given themselve up. The foun th arty Leaves Edmonton Next To Lay In Supplies for Sum- mer's Surdvey. Kdinpytou, Peb; a party I teams, Air. John adogan leave" Lloydminster ear- r next.Veek forUhe 'north, where he -ill In( Bupplies "ou the 19th base or Saunters 'ab'd Seymour, civil en- of ''this city, who will ctu- inue during the coming season their urvey ou the base line for the Do- union government. Last year.Mr. Cadogan was a mem- 8i- of a-party conducted by Mr. Wal- uco of Calgary which ran the 6th lerislian many -jailles north of the xjint at '.vuicli the -survey com- uehce this year. It was during last ear's work that the existence of a itherto unknown lake was discovered ud given by its discoverers the name f Primrose Lake. This magnificent heet of water; (which has aot as Ished 'inaps of Canada) is situated n the boundary line between the pro- iuces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, nd is some fifteen miles long, and n area well over much arger than the long-known Cold -ake. The party, under Mr. Wallace, of Jalgary, loft for. the north on March 5tb of last year, and returned to the ity on December 17th. They ran he 4th Meridian line north as far as he SOth township, within 48 miles of :iearwater River. The point rea'ch- d by them is on the same line of atitude as Fort McMurray, yid. Is'40 miles east of, that well-known trading post SON OF LATE ISRAEL TARTE To Strongly Advocate Imperialistic Views Among French Montreal, Henri Bour- assa, has-been opposing the idea of Canada contributing anything to- wards the defence of 'the empire, and declaring that the French Canadians are against any 'such idea, is not go- lag to have it'all his own way. Mr. 4i: T. Tarte, a son of the late Hon. Israel Tarte, and proprietor of La Patrie, one the leading French Canadian papers, has entered the lists against Mr. Bourassl, and Intends to conduct a campaign against his views throughout the province. Mr. Tarte is personally a man of great 'ability and much force of character, and as La Patrie carries great influence throughout the province, his attitude will be of great importance. Mr. Tarte begins his campaign in La Patrie to-night, with the publica- tion of an article in which he de- clares that a Canadian--contribution, either direct or indirect, would not affect ithe status of Canada or its autonomy. He points out that Can- ada has been fortunate in having the protection of the British navy for so long, without having to pay anything for it and the vast majority of Can- adians of all.races, he declared, are in favor of at of the burden. once assuming part Mr. Tarte. further an- nounces -that La Patrie will send men alt over the province of Quebec in order to secure the views of leading Vhe work of the surveyors this year Freucumen, and he believes they will all share his imperialistic views. The campaign, he declares, will be will consist in .running the base ine from the eastern boundary of Al- berta westward to British Columbia. t is necessary to push supplies' on ahead during the winter, since as soon as the frost is out of the ground the muskeg makes the plains im- passable. The party will cut their own trail, some 200 miles In length, and it Is an- ticipated that it will take three weeks to reach tie 19th base line, and the return to will be made to-, wards Ihe'end of March. 'Mr. Cadogan left Edmonton lasf. ev- ening for, Lloydminster. J. A. MACDONALD IS VICE-PRESIDENT Edmonton, Feb. Alberta! Association of Architects held their fourth annual meeting on Friday and Saturday last in the association rooms in the ..Windsor block. There "was a good attendance, .of embersyfDQm, this part" of vince, the' southern' part being repre- stnted -by. Mr.. J. A. Macdona d of Lethbri'dge. Secretaries were appointed to count the votes for the new council and re- ported the result to the meeting then adjourned-to enable tb.3 new council 'to elect their officers, the list o'1: officers and council being as fol- lows: President, E. C. Hopkins, Edmon- ton; first vice president, J. A. donald, Lathbridge; second vice pre- sident, F. J. Lawson, Calgary; secre- tary, H. M. Widdington, Strathcona; Treasurer, C. L. Gibbs, Edmonton. Council: R. Perc? Barnes, James Henderson, H. D. Johnson, R. W. Lines, and J. E. Wize of Edmonton; G. Fordyce, Calgary. carried from one end of the province to the other, among the clergy as well as the laity, and by this means he hopes to set the people of Quebec right :before their fellow Canadians of other provinces. Mr. Tarte frankly admits that he formerly held the .views now held by Mr. Bourassa, but time, he says, has shown 'him that he was and he is now a imperialis and ready to do all he can to aid in the support of the empire, both on this continent and throughout the world. Mr. Tarte further stronglj combats Mr. Bourassa's views as ex pressed by him in his paper, Le Dev oir, and challenges his. right to speak for the French Canadians as a whole while Mr. Bourassa, he says, has "a large f ollowing_. among the younge; element, they, are mostly misguided enthusiasts who have no influence o votes, and -that the grea mass of the .French. Ganadaian. peopli are ready ttof do their share' toward: the defence of the "empire-and flaj under which they3 have always enjoy ed the fullest There is a good .deal of speculation in political CONSERVATIVE WON IN QUEENS COUNTY Liverpool, N. S., Feb. bye- elections in Queens county to fill the vacancy, in the legislature caused by the appointment of Speaker E..M. Farrell to the Senate, resulted in the return of W. L. Hall, Conservative, by majority of 250 over A. W. Hen- drick, Liberal, and tonight the joy of those who voted for the endorser of the Queen's county Temperance Al- liance platform is unbounded. For over a. quarter of a century Queens has not sent an opposition member to the local house. TRAIN COLLIDED WITH LIGHT ENGINE Toronto, Feb. T. JEL expres No. 12 collided with .a. .light engan at i'ork station shortly after leavin the union station this afternoon. Bot engines were badly smashed but non or the 12 coaches left 'the track., Th passengers received a severe shakln up but suffered more than trivial injuries. J. Yeomans, a trav eUer for the Commercial, Realty Co Toronto sustained a.broken ankle. A. Gowans, also a Toronto traveller, had his back sprained, and P. Bury, also of Toronto, received a bad scalp wound. None: of-the train hands were injured. Thie cause of the collision has not been.-.ascertained as yet Do You Realize What an Important Work the Do? Do you know that drop of yonr blood goes to the kidneyi of times every day? Do you know whyT To be filtered and purified from iU Impurities. That is the rreat work kidneys have to dp. They filter tht blood. Then these impurities go to bladder and paaoeu out of tbs body along with the unne. Do you think it possible for you to be well, unless kidneyt do this work thoroughly? It is these unfiltered backaches, head- aches, rheumatism, diabetes, disease, etc. They poison and interfere with the whole system. If you have anv kidney trouble Kidney anv l Pills do for you KING EDWARD .MEDAL FOR CONDUCTOR REYNOLDS Ottawa, Feb. bravery of Conductor Tom Reynolds at the re- ceat disaster at Webbwood is likely to receive official recognition. Hon. Charles Murphy has forwarded to the imperial authorities details of Mr. Reynolds' heroism and it is expected that His Majesty -will award the King Edward medal. If will be the first Canadian to receive the honor. C. N. fcMwCRC'jAL TELEGRAPH Montreal, Feb. is announced here today that Mackenzie and Mann wih soon begin the construction of a conflnercial telegraph line from ocean to ocean along the line of railway from Fort William to Edmonton and at other, points in the different prov- i We are here to stay and build oar nest accordingly. Our plant is up to date; our men wide awake. Prompt attention to all orders, large or small. Quick deliveries and courteous treatment. Our stock is large, dry and.well assorted I 0 I 'and our prices are right. Try, and be convinced that the best place to buy lumber is at the Citizen s Lumber Co., Ltd. A. H, PIESETII, Local Mgr. Baroness Road Phone 362 o O UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE! The undersigned received from the Metsrt. Filling Bros, to self by PUBLIC AUCTION AT LETHBRIDGE CITY STOCK YARDS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 'AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AS FOLLOWS 12 head rating from 1300 to 1500 Ibs.. '30 head rating from 1250 to 1300 Ibs. 30 head rating from 1050 to 1100 Ibs." 10 head rating from 1000 Ibs. 50 per cent of above are mares. The mares are supposed to be In foal by "Matchless." This horse will speak for himself on day of sale. He Is a draught Percheron weighing 1900 Ibs. and a sure foal getter, and also a range horse. He is one of the best of "the, draught Percherons that ever came into Alberta, for style and action he has it all. This horse will be offered on the same date of sale. This fine stud has been at the head of the "double horse-shoe" brand for the last three years. We guarantee every animal to be as represented at the. sale. We wish to extend a hearty welcome to all, and will do to make this sale a success and give you your money's worth, as this will be one of the biggest sales ever held in Alberta. unless otherwise arranged previous to sate. MESSRS. PILLING BROS., J. A. SMITH, Proprietors. Auctioneer. O o i i I I HORSES We have just received about two carloads of heavy draft and farm horses, weighing from twelve fifty to fifteen hundred pounds each, and they are an exceptionally fine lot, all well broke- and ready to work. Quick sales count with us, so come and see them, early, TABER LIVERY CO. TABER ALBERTA MILK RIVER Milk River, Feb. have been very quiet here for quite a while ab- out our village. While although I haven't enough- time to write intelli- gently, I can not refrain from saying something in behalf of our village. I am reliably informed of several more buildings to be erected in the near future which will add much to Main Street's appearance and we look forward to quite a few buildings when the weather opens up. While the winter has been an ideal one and it is a familiar sight to see the business men going to and fro in their shirt sleeves, some of our friends do not think they can erect a build- ing while it is called winter, regard- less of the nice weather. C. A. Hunt has stored a quantity ot nice ice and you can tell your inces as far as the roads are built friends that wncn they comc to Milk J- N. Greenshield K.C., wiJl leave for London in a few days to do some leg- al work through the Canadian ern Telegraph notation. they have done for thousands of otheri. They cure all forma kidney trouble, they cure them to stay cured. Mrs. Maurice Doiron, Chirlottctowm, P.E.I., was troubled with my kidneys for five years. They were so bad limea that I could not crow the floor for the pain. I went to doctor, but be did ac good at all. I mat to UM druggist and got five boxes of BcWf Kidney Pills, and I am glad to say that after taking them I was cured. I had BO trouble for aearly three now." Price 50 per or 3 for tl .21 at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Voronto, In ordciing specify COL. MATHESON CHEERED BY ENTIRE HOUSE Toronto, Feb. and prolonged applause arose from both siocs of the house when Col. Matheson resumed his seat In the leg- islature for the first time after the accident to his arm. The Hon. Adam Beck, answering to a question by the Hon. A. G. Mackay, explained that up to Oct. 31, 1909, had been expendea by the Hydro-Electric Com- mission, of which was for transmission lines. River next summer, if they get too warm, that they can be put on ict and kept over until such time .'is they can stand the climate. The new school, conducted by Effiie McCreary seems to he meeting with the approval of all who have anything to say about an efficient teacher. The new turniture for the building has arrived and is being plac- ed by the Tomfohr Bros. 0. Fitzmaurtcc went to on a business trip last night. Fitz says that he has to send a hurry call for machinery as the fanners say they cannot aficrd to lose this fne weather. Anything that you- want to make yourself happy can lie K-unri here after a short time. Two real csUte offices are to be opened up right away. The has been ru great cu >uid hi're that one man can n-t -Mile the bus- iness properly. BRITISH MARINES FOR PACIFIC SQUADRON St. John, N. B., Feb. One hun- dred and forty-eight officers and men of the British navy landed from the Tunisian today and proceeded west to British Columbia. Being under arms they must proceed by I. C. R. to Montreal and not by C. P. R. through Maine. THE SUN TYPEWRITER Vitjble Writing Heavy Manifolding Perfect Work Extreme Speed We arc also Agents for the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. Get our prices on safes and save money. x he Sun Agency 411 Ford St. P. 0. Box 96 Lethbridge, Alta.