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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 The Letlibridge Daily TieraUi, Sadmiay. February 1910. Safety Deposit Boxes THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Are now occupying their new offices Safety Deposit Boxes for'Rent C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager OF CAKADA ESTABLISHED IMS Total Assets Oct. Over Banking By Mail We have already over 40 Branches iu Outario and about 120 in the West. If we have not yet established a Branch within easy reach of yon, you can carry on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely, with our nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the system to you. Open a Savings Account with a Deposit of or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and ru'ouey may be withdrawn at any time. i Office 5c Redpath I J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminctc-r Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillie. Manager. 4 The Molsons Bank J Established 1855 Capital (Paiu Up) J I Reserve Fund J 4- HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL J S 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA J ____ f U.ft. Excbunm1 B Jind Sold at Lowest Rat us Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms DEPARTMENT Deposits of SL and upwards received. Interest allowed from date o? deposit at highest rates letabridge Branch, Rsdpath SL K. D. JOHNSON, Manager Diamond City Branch, D. C. MORRISON. Manager District News PINCHER CREEK Wnchcr Creek, Feb. 21.-Mr. T. Le- bel is at present having a stable'er- ected -It x G'j, which will have a largo loft arranged with stalls as a car- riage house. The furnishings for his new residence, which were ordered from Toronto, and part of which have j arrived, are American white pine oak. i It is Mr. Leliel's intention to have a large billiard room in the lower part of the building. j The Oddfellows of this place hold i their annual "at home" in the opera i house on Friday, March llth. The reception committee Ior this event i comprises Dr. Gillespie, F. W. Lind- say, T. H. llintou, H. Tucker, and i A. C. Thompson. This is usually a most enjoyable affair, arrd of a select i character, none being present but in- j vited guests. j Mr. Gleudower Allen, while making arrangements on the stage of the op- era house for his moving picture show Saturday night injured himself to such an extent that he has been con- fined to his bed since. i Mr. A. It ice, who was operated on j [for appendicitis last week, is re-cover-j ing nicely. i Tiie quadrille club dance to have j been held on Fridav next has been! i The senior hockey team goes to j Coleman on Friday to play a match at that place. Kxtrcmely cold weather has pre- vailed here for the past few days. On Monday night the thermometer went to oo below zero. The Ladies Hospital Auxiliary will j give their annual hospital ball on the evening oi Easter Monday. j Mr. Alex. McDonald, of Carman, j ;Man., who has recently been paying, a I I visit to the Summerview district, is so favorably impressed with it that! he intends moving his family there in .the spring. j A billiard tournament is to be held i in the Arcade billiard and pool room I on March 10th for a couple oi prizes. I Rev.W. Aitchison and Mr. Rob- j iert Henderson attended the meeting j of Macleod Presbytery at Taber this j week. I Mr. Robt. Kidney, oi Toronto, was in town on Wednesday and inaugurat- j ed au insurance department in con- inection with ihe Knights of Pythias. j The officers were H. 0. Purkiss, pre- Jsident; A. Mowat, vice-president; I G. Allen, secretary. A service of praise will be held in I the Presbyterian Church Sunday ev- i ening. j Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Perrier are re- 1 joicing at the arrival of a young stranger in the form of a son. i Mrs. H, A. Kanousc is away on a j visit to her daughter, Mrs. Torking- I ton, of Seattle, Wash. j The Macleod and Pincher Creek sen- i ior hockey teams played an exhibition game here on Wednesday night, in A WELL KNOWN MAGISTRATE SAVED AS BY A MIRACLE REDUCED TO A SKELETON AND Doctors Pronounced Case Incurable DUNCAN PLAINS SAYS HE OWES HIS LIFE TO "FRUIT-A-TIVES" C'lemls took advantage of tlio sprin .weather and looked over his land here, the 'west half of 9-5-10. I fie 'Imsobt Obtained this by S. A. S, i and >U su well pleased that, lie will j.nmke it his headquarters and will i make his half section worthy of a secondary consideration. He will pro- ceed immediately to erect a residence here suitable 'for two. Time is the [kiwi of bachelors we Jieed. j Mr. Beard 'made u llying trip to his jiann on 13-5-li. There (Is u report current here that there is a closed lease on all of 5-11 that -will keep the .settlers out for two years, be afraid, ladies and gen- Llemen, Mr. Stafford don't blunder like Come right along and become residents or you will lose out. The .petauoii' for a pound district to comjM-l.se townships 5-10. 5-11. (HO and receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. March 1st. The lecture will be given among the first and largest farmers in the Evangelical Church. in this section and are well equipped Mr. Lusfc is home for a tew days with the farmintr, outfits and expect from Chin, where he lias been for the to have one hundred acres more 01 past several days superintending the crop this year, construction oi his new hardware j store. Mr. Ignatius sold his property here in town and moved to his homestead five mile? from Winnifred. The Scarbery family, who have a very excellent Jaw and is one 01 the real practical laws on the stat- ute books. This is not a law at the ranching interests, but. it is a Matter of self .preservation for many o! our settlers. 'Hie question of rfrul importance to it iium-ijor of squatters near the Grand l-'urks is whether those on certain lands will or will not be recog- nlxed. This Is i lie question of the :uid Is discussed whore two or three are aar.hered together on the liishwjiys and byways and grocery eoiKuors. don't pretend to be in- jsjiirod nor to be an authority, but, read your Bible. Any j person who is a recognized squatter before the signing of a lease is not Directed by such lease, he, the squat- it er, h-ivLng a prior contract with the :fruveniinenL These things are not mistakes at Ottawa, nor any other place; they are only incidents that Jot-i-iM- 'frequently and always require a short time to arrange. j During the cold snap a rare trout i Was furnbhed the residents Here; a rainbow tiie snow. Ir, one oi" these clear, still, sharp mornings when everything is scintillating. But the line marked by the bow was indescribable iu its brilliant blaze. JTne most elaborate product of the jeweler's art is a 'blur, the most in- jtoxiciUing dream of Cecil Rhodes is .....................------------..................___...........infinitely uull compared with even a quite largelv interested in the Speck n tllis nature's JHost beuiicifu! etTorr. ing, he is becoming a convert to the "I feel .that my complete recovery from what seemed inevitable death, is practically a miracle. I.suffered from indigestion for nearly two years, and became almost a skaetou. I could not not even walk. Two experienced doctors pronounced my case incurable. They could do nothing for me as they sai'd my heart was affected. I looked forward to death iu a shorttiine. I not only had the doctors but tried many remedies and treatments, but got no better. "My son asked rue to try and from tlur outset of taking these wonderful tablets, I was belter and gradually this medicine completely cured me, and 1 have gained over thirty pounds in weight. I am well, thanks u> I am so well that I have sold my farm and bought 200 acres more land. I make this statement volunt- arily for the sake of humanity, as I believe my recovery is a miracle, and I am convinced that "Fruit-a-tives" 'is a wonderful cure for Stomach HENRY SPEF.RS. J.P. "Fruit-a-tives" cured. Mr. Speers because "Fruit-a-tives" is the most wonderful stomach, heart and nerve tonic in the world. "Fruit-a-tives" acts directly on the stomach, insures sound digestion, regulates bowels and kidneys, purifies the blood, and relieves the distressing irritation of the heart. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine in the world that is made of fruit juices. By the marvellous discovery of a well known physician, fruit juices are combined with heart and nerve tonics in such a -way that a new compound is formed. It is this new of the greatest It is why "Fruit-a-tives" cures when all else We state it, without hesitation, that paiu. ou been living on their homestead for the past several, months, are again in town. and Halmrast planning to put up ice. ing is about ready and now is 1o get weather cold enough to make ice. Thos. Tennant, a successful rancher seven miles south, who has been in this country for ten or twelve years. i THIS seems to be a well selected point almrast are Qnile of a aeiectea pon Their build- in it ,s Vcrv better ill thfv need could ibe found for a ipostniaster au UH.J IKEU, to see so manv ot them shipping ,_ h_ old cnouah to _A ls be the postal depa-i It ITCHING ERUPTiONc QUICKLY CGOLED. .htst a few drops of tiie Vinous D. 0. ProsciiytLoa iiypuied to the skin will take :vway the worst kin a :m itch. know of ;i aiiid. sooth- .rr. -such iieaJ-j his wubsfcinced and glycer- iv.e, wil1! penetrate to die inner skin, IriV: the genuis, :mJ iie.il. The D. iijia.ie -a: uhe D. D. of to In- just the lao-i of compound, of .rftinujlKtbe cures prove Diin't on ezceina other JiL-il the D. D. laboratories, Dejit. L. H., -J Jordi.u Toronto, iur.l tlK-y will sentt jree, a trial This relieve the nt once, prove to your sat- Tliai here :if I'jt !i iiie cure Wrile Tor a trj; nowrj it 'si'.-. We TKECOMIMi OF MAKK JOINT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS at the BUNK Of TORONTO 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 yckar. In the event of the death ot eitb.er party, the survivor may withdraw the money Capital Reserve Lcthbridgc Branch T. W. McEachern, Mgr- u. u t ,U1S which the visitors were victorious by J Miss Mamie Mohan, who has been the was a fast one. but the Pincher Creek boys seemed to be out of trim alto- gether. Miss Charlotte Gildt-a, of Whitefish, Mont., is visiting-her brother here at the-Waldorf Hotel. Rev. Mr. Murray, of Montreal, is visiting friends in town. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, superintend- of Methodist Missions for Alberta, wiil preach at the Robt. Kerr. Fish- burn and Spring Ridge churches on Sunday. Rev. C. C. McLaurin, general sup- erintendent of missions for Alberta, will conduct special meetings in the Baptist Church for two weeks, hegin- nino- March 1st. H. F. Kenny, general secretary of the Alberta Sunday School Associa- tion, is to address the Sundav School Workers in the Baptist- Church on Friday evening. hipping js tfl loads oi stock, machinerv. etc. well f i mJ j. AT. men: the proper con- equipped .or farming. That is the ,and so Una who are locating m and around 8Qrely :be Mtabll8lied :uiu mver. Let the good work go on. The lumbermen are receiving! Lockie Is circulating a says the winters become more cars daily to get ready for the for a post Omce to be located each year and the seasons for grai mer trade which will be far beyondjat his score- Lockie, and to Although Tennant is that of last vear. !yonr store WARNER NEWS NOTES Warner, Feb. general secre- tary o? the Alhoria Sunday School Association, Mr. II. F. Ivenm-y will i be at this place and will deliver lec- tures both in. the afternoon and even- Minot, North Dakota. j Two more elevators, are to be built, i here in time to he used for the 131ft crop. Mr. Drake returned from Mitchell, S. D., last week. While away he vi- sited in Iowa and Missouri, and ex- pressed himself as being well pleased to get back to Alberta. Machinery for spring work is com- ing every day. A gas plowing engine was unload- ed here for the Rains boys last Fri- day and several more are 'to come for farmers near town. Mr. McKenzie is building a big shed for storing machinery. We understand that Mr. Halmrast is about to build a big blacksmith shop and no doubt there will be more work for two shops in 1910 than there has been ior one durinr the past year. The city council met and assessed the property of the city for taxation purposes last week. No objections so far have been heard of so no doubt the task was fairly performed. Mr. Tolgrafis' big house southeast of town is nearly finished. Claude Rains returned from his all winter trip m Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty, No matter how long ithas been pray orfaded. Promotes a luxuriant growth iirtMl' of healthy hair. Stops its failing out, positively removes drnff. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re- i lias fuse all substitutes. 2% times as much inSl.OOasSOc. size. Is Not a Dye. flandGOc. bottles, a J druggists Send 2c for C.in- ;e Hair." Phik> Hay Spec. Co., N'. J. Way's Harllna Soap red, and chapped hands, and ill skin dis- fincanrt soit. for free book "The C.irts of the Skin." For Sate By j. O. HiGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. K. Krfflm-i ;i "young hoavt-i came hack to Hal! la.sr night and gave a recital thnt not only do- lightr-d the critical, 1m: showed tlr.i'. the process with hirr, !s un- der way and has worked change the period of storm and stress and his interpretations have :i and a satisfying quality imt tht-y [ms sossed in the past. Time- was when ivoital by Mr. ;n n-rvi'r moments boro -the o'" as- sanlt-at-arms. Ar thv end ;h-- my. would oxhitiisf..-d and drenchrd. and !iis piano would overhauling. Xow all that is changed. H !KU htst no whit, of his old and nowf r. but his art is rtiitrolird no :o of violer.Cf. a :-kf (tie in A of Xicliolas Kii- brnstvin Uirotiu-r ni Anioni wti'rti iv- as an i-xtn- ;hr vnd ing oi .March 1st. ElTorts are beinc; to have this day a rallv day. home in Iowa. botlv in this Sunday School and in j those near here. Kcmember the date. last week to his old HAY and GRAIN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL The host on the market in any quantity delivered any place in the city or any place out of the city. Had a Bad Cough For a Number of Years. M 4-M Was Afraid of winter fora numbei Coasumptioa. -4- of years which I was afraid would turn M M M 4 into consumption. I tried MILK RIVER NOTES Milk Paver, Feb. J. Quinn has located quite a few parties and made a number of nice sales, as well as our friend J. II. Allcrs, who is busy showing and selling. Very, very, who come in and look over the lands here go away without, investing in a good farm. We certainly have the location and get tiie host of drinking water at a depth of from '20 to 30 foot, and so many r Mrs. A. E. Brown, Ottawa.Ont., writes -f- I have had very J? -f cough cvcrv jot lhc homesteaders are unding splen-' did coal on tlu-ir places. What more yot, wanlp a SpU-nrtid climate. mllri -oml watcr aml coal anfi being rrcctrrl all iHlirtcnt districts, and great many remedies hut only received temporary ihroiigh relief until 1 cot a holtie of Dr Wood's i ul, s prcarhinc in and around the and after tAkin? two 's botiifts I im never u'w and anv- withojit a liottlo of Pine Syrup." thine, thai tin- farmrr or passer C his- strcs? bo l.iid on the fact that a rcrv-.w i! mrisr scriou through may can here at i n i i'rASvii.iijir jjOteiK. ihroo tic to immediately or results goncral slorrs up-to-date harhor shop hnt-'hor shop, where ill! a <-oniroi is him as a yn.-at ruiis; Mrs. Ma bee. wife of Justice i of ttic Kaihvay (.'o Hefore the Judicial Committee of tho Privy Council judgment was re.sei-vecl in tlu? rase of Jones and Norway Pine Syrup the medicine yon need. It strikes at the 'he host of supplies of meals can ho founrjition thront and Um? com- had. two livrrv hams, hav and or curing a Coughs Cro-.ip. Asthmi. Sore wacons and other Thro-it. etc.. rind preventing Pneumonia ibings too numerous to mention. Consumption. Mr. Chase, of Michigan, has bought So has hron the success of this wonderful mme-ly it is only natural that ayrncrGr.s persons tried to imitate it. Don't, be imncw 1 upon but ptting "Dr. Wood's." rrie Carriages and Wagons See our display at our new show rooms at the Athletic Park. This make has its reputation "firmly establish- ed. onri dim LCKSlOl Rl OMicra vs. the North Vancouver Uind i cents. Manufactured only by Improvement Co. j Milbura Co., Limiiwl, Toronto, Ont. Put up in .1 yelhw wrapper; tbrea pine treos the r.nuJe mark: price 2i T. tho Rowley property near the rail-i road and r.as hought a lot and will move jhr house and finish it up to date. George Tomfohr has returned from' l.ethbridge where he has heen for so-1 j veral days having some repairs tori 1 their engine. The Tomfohr Bros, are WAHKIIOrSK AXT) SHOW KOOMS AT PAKK ;