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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta NEWS OF THE DISTRICT LETHBRIDQE, .ALTA.. WEDNEtQAY. JANUARY 27, (Ml. CRANUM Grauum, Jan. 23.-Mr. McDer- j New mott, of Edmonton, tt former residua Mrs. Wm. Scott ness in tho provincial capital and has NEW DAYTON Dayton, Jan. and capital and has The bereaved OIICN returned here, presumably, to stav. i tho .sympathy of the entire ommu A vfMir in thn vuiuuiu; WHY AM I HOW TO TELL. A year in tho north was quite enough j ity. for him. j jji McKinnon, Okotoks, is he-re tho guest of Miss McNaught. and recent arrivals froi U. Greene aro -Mountain Homo. Idaho. F- -I. Morrisjon ii lengthy visit in Spokane. Win. Fetter returned from Xortl afte man of this town was married at Spokane, Wash., a short time since. Mr. Carlyle, of Dundas. One., is -Dakota Saturday. M L and hero looking over our lands with a j Shovtr spent Sunday .with their re MT "Portia families in Lototeidgc. Mr. Moore, operator of the Alberta J. Morrison, R R Murray Ch Pacific Elevator, will leave shortly j T. Cousins, R. L. and L E to manage the business, locally, of the I Duncan are Letfabridge visitors this Massey Harris people at the new I week. to our east. Monarch. A large and representative meeting of the business men of the town held a caucus in tho office of Messrs. Clark and Buchanan to debate on the prop- osition made by a newspaper mun who will on the acceptance of his of- fer install a printing plant. It is lively Granum will accept the oflwr and soon Cranum will havc a paper of lier own. John Vosburgh was elected by ac- clamation to be councillor for this dis trict on Friday last. BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Jan. account of the severe weather the dance which was to have been held at Bow Island House on Friday last has been post- poned to Friday night, Jan. 22. For the last few evening a beautiful light could be seen in the north, cuus- c-d by the burning of gas at the new well four miles away. A company is being organized to drill for gas here. If they strike it. the future of this town is very great to see it boom. The C. P. R. has erected a new freight house. The freight business has grown to such an extent that a freight house has become a necessity. The weather is now fine and tho snow is going fast. Mr. Werts has purchased three lots adjoining his and proposes to Mrs. J. W. Smith, who has been so- nously ill, is improving. CAROSTON Curdston, Jan. 26.-James Ramp- ton has returned from Utah where he went io attend the funeral of his sis- ter. The Kensington -lass surprised Mrs. William Laurie recently. The even- ing was spent in a mixed programme oi games, recitations, songs, etc. At the meeting of the Church School Board three members of the Alberta Stake were chosen as the (.-very f.l.t of iiiKu .'H yui'.r and followed by oy action. D tin; use of tea or beer excite liidiii-vH Are you easily worried and ovt-r trills? Are the feet and Ju't.i. Circulation bad? Do the feet ami l-.-grt. swfcll? Is there under oyi-s? Do you have rhvumatisni, poor headaches and backaches! Is there yea -iir any umwural action of there yea -iir tlitt If uny of tho above symptoms your are either weak or diseased, aw! uro warnings of more seriou.-t troubles.to fallow BHjjht.'s Psseass, OC Dropsy. A Ii.ik'ver you do, whatever you think your- is, look well to your ut sign of anything Give them just the aid they require in Ki'.liuiy Pills, tho Great Quaker Kidney and see how well and fit you feel l fu-r even T r< erect thereon a large store building is here in thft I surveymg part of the farm owned bv in the spring. RAYMOND A. Woolf and S. M. Woolf. understood that the survey i charge of the Department of Agricul tur farm owned by Jt is is in STAVELY Stavely, Jan. annual school meeting was held here on January OUR DRAMATIC CRITIC To the Editor Daily Herald, Dear Sir: As one of the outside public and a keenly interested patron of amateur dramatics may I drop a 14th beheld the election of two of..advice in the ear of your trustees, year, A. and three years. 14th. Two new Simonson, for one S. T. Marshall for filling the vacancies caused by the res ignation of Arick Tompson and the expiration of the term of B. J. Os- trum. Raymond, Jan. skating (ture' for the purpose of ascertaining rink, is all the amusement the Ray- tlie of acres in the farm. This was wfaere a remarkably large crop of wheat was raised during last sea- mond people have had for some time. The hall, has been crowded every ev- ening it has been open. Some very strict laws have been laid down in regard to skating. The rink is open in the afternoons for beginners, as they are not allowed to go in the evening. The rink will be open every iEonday, Wednesday and Friday ev- enings. The Seventies of the L.D.S.' Church have charge of the rink and therefore good order is kept all the time. Mr. Jacobs has sold his home here, to Mr. H. L. Thompson. Mr. Ja- cobs expects to leave soon for Salt Lake City, where his family is now, and go into business there. Mr. Ray Knight of the Knight Su- gar Co. has several men helping him break bronchos. The Cardston correspondent WAS speaking of Cardston needing a libra- ry. That is what Raymond needs badly. During the winter months the farmers are in town and the time hangs heavy with most of them. With next Friday night. U. Allan was elected chairman and J. B.' Robertson secretary-treas- urer for the ensuing year. The progressive town of Stavely or- ganized a few weeks ago a Board of [Trade. The work that they have al- appeared in suppose, j His latest outburst Tuesday's issue and was, I intended to be a criticism of thVaS- ateur performance of "Sweet Lav- ender." What it reajly was, was a medley on the author's introductory note, to be found in the book, a treatise on voice production, a few remarks calculated to discourage a company of professionals let alone amateurs, bitious, a CAPITAL FROM ACROSS THE LINE The acquisition of the Enterprise Lumber Co., by the Pioneer Lumber. Co., brings into the commercial life, of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta i The Pioneer Lumber Co. will carry Co.. v.'ith headquarters at Minnea- polis. "This company also operate elevators throughout Minnesota, an other states. Mr. Carlson was gen jeral manager of the lumber depart This company at the com had 7 yards, today it ha 74 yards distributed throughout .four states, and it is quite safe to predic tiiat Mr. Carlson .will pursue as pro- gresive a policy in the extension o the business of the Pioneer Lumber, Co. as he did with the Imperial Lumber Co. It is worthy of note that the Imperial Lumber Co. possess two mills, one ia Montana and the other in To describe as less am- representation of one k I ------v H.O. VQ -----t HA LA.UJ i. UA UJLJ.C Homer is leaving today for ready accomplished has been a sur- j most famous play writers than that of the gffort of gentlemen, however meritorious is funny enough for a joke paper and to attempt a criticism with such a" palpable lack the south. Mr. Hewins is a pioneer oi Montana and can tell some thrill- ing stories of the early days in West- ern life. Miss Edith Kenney is a guest at the Cahoon. The village of Kimball is having an epidemic of measles. The public school is closed and all public gather- ings are discontinued. prise to the citizens. The member- ship is increasing daily and consider- able enthusiasm exists in the commun ity over what has been accomplished. The credit, however is largely due to of what a dramatic cri- ticism should be is really pitiable. the executive ability of the officers, A. Brand, president; T. F.. Fraaks, H. E. Benjamin, secre- tary, and W. K. Foxwell, treasurer. Stavely is one of the most stirring The Chinook of last week took a j towns in Southern Alberta. are a wide-awake community. great part of the snow away. he roads are now slippery and travelling is difficult. Messrs. J. C. Gugor of Lcthbndge, and D. Piilequehart of Montreal, are registered at the Cahoon. The many friends of Airs. 3! Steed will be pleased to learn that she is recovering rapidly from, her op- eration in Salt Lake City. A Bow Dance is annouoded for have built and paid for a brick school house containing four rooms and all the conveniences. They are recognizing the necessity of comfortable homes. They have now some fine residences worth from 000 to They .possess the best graded streets of any town, on the line. The main business street has a magnificent ten-foot plank side- tia U4.C. We cannot expect local amateurs to stimulate themselves to further efforts n they are to be subjected to such unfair judgment ori the part'of some- evidently so unqualified. Respectfully yours, FATE PLAY. big chunk of American capital as well as men who are thoroughly ex. perienced in the lumber business, and blessed with lots of enterprise and imbued with a heap of confidence in the country and its future. The Enterprise Lumber Co. was an extensive concern and had yards at Lethbridge, Taberr High Eivej, Nan- ton, Claresholm and Granum. The1 Pioneer Lumber Co. is taking over these branches, and will open at once new yards at Monarch, Brant and i The ]ocal manager, Mr. Raney, who Milk River. They also intend, been associated with the. Impe- all kinds of lumber, lime, brick, ce- ment, plaster, in fact everything re- quired in the building business, ex- cept hardware. It is their intention also in go into the. coal business. Their head office here will be re- modelled at once so that tho stag will have every convenience it, conduct- ing the business. Already tie lumber in the yard here has been repiled Skin Diseases. A diseased or disfigured skin will always leave ita stamp on the mind of the in-Ii- vidoal. Many people suffering from Sguring skin diseases avoid society and lose all pride in their personal appwiranw. When the skin breaks oat in. eruptions and tores it is due entirely to an impure condition of the blood. la all mcb Burdock J'.lood Bitters will quickly the blood and drive all impurities out of the system. TMrs. J. J. .____._ J Jr., Kinmount, oTit.! BASH 4- '-Iiithesprin" CtTBZD. of 19061 was troubled V 4 .with a Rash that broke out all over me. It waa worst on lay face aad head, had a and when I would g..t warm itwoald becoaie very itchv. I ho doctor's medicine but ib <3id me no ;opdr eo I theu got one bottle of .Burdock Jlood Bitters and before it was all used he Rash was entirely gone." ON FACE. be doilbled im- pread all over the district Co. for 7 years, like Mr. lishing branches in new towns has a thorough grasp of the well as in some of the older places. 1 business, in fact it is the pur- The President of the company of.the company to put in charge. Mr. F. H. Stoltz, of St. Paul. ]VIr.'of {iach branch men who. have a com-' Stoltz is a millionaire and a lumber-iplete 'knowledge' of the lumber bus- man known throughout the North Jiness in al] its phases. .Mrs. .Harvey Bark- honse, Gold River, N. writes: "I was greatly troubled with Sores ot: t i iT- and finally be- came so Kad 1 had to go fco the doctor it, buf; he could do nothing to help me. "I ihcraght about Burdock Blood Bitters and decided, to try a bottle. I cannos recommend B.B.B. enough, as I had net taken all the bottle before my face was cured." For sale by all druggists Jtnd dealers. Western States kota and n in conversation ___ Herald expressed great faith, in that we have a future JBLUPF Winnipeg, 'Jan. sworn statement of the election ex- penditufes of Mr. Haggart, for Winnipeg, as. published yesterday, caused some comment! It .is decidedly brief and to the point and reads none. He will not-even admit that hall rent, printing or postage cost any- thing. -V walk. It is the intention of the coun its many new buildings it would be i Fraak Austin is buying forty ex- cil in the spring to place sidewalks in great for Raymond if some kind a public library was started. The R.Y.P.S. will have its next meeting tomorrow evening at 7.80 p. m. The subject will be India, as it is the missionary evening. Cellent mares from Mr. Galbraitb. These animals will be in Cardston by February 2nd. A few more toxvn. land buyers tie in STIRLING Stirling, Jan. Odgen has gone to Strathcona in the interests of -the trustees of Gait School Dis- trict at the convention being held there. A large meeting was held by the A MUSICAL FESTIVAL A Musical Festival is to be held at Xanton, Wednesday. March 24th. The competition will be open only to amateurs, residents of Alberta, south of Calgary with the exception of Cal- gary and Lethbridge. For any further information ad- i Saturday evening, dress the secretary, G. G. Coote, A bunch of Iancl sectors were Xanton, Alta. The program includes choruses and quartettes, duets and solos, and the i prizes are silver and bronze shields and gold and silver medals. Board of Trade in the meeting house j in town yesterday looking up loca- Harvard tions. Misses Seely and Ntlson have re- turned from an extended visit to j friends in Lethbridge and Taber. 1 iLr. Walkor of the Mason Land Co. in town yesterday on business. jclefeatvd the crack St. j The Literary Society meets in the team of Antigonish, hall tonight. A real live time is ex- S., at Cambridge, pected. The debate is "Resolved that every street in the town which shows the progressive spirit of the citizens. Early one morning last week fire broke out at the Hub Barber Shop. Two or three young men who slept in the next room had a narrow escape. Everything was destroyed, to their clothes. The poor fellows caught quite a severe cold for they were only in their night clothes and the air was chilly. When the alarm was sounded the Stavely bucket brigade responded with alacrity and saved the adjoining buildings. Only a few days before that a fire broke out in the new public school, quite recently erected. School was in ______________________________i SINGING. i Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shake-1 i spcare, will receive pupils in singing j nnd voice production. Also I men for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, i the LH.hbridge Conservatory of Music, j IS LAND If You Require Printing The Herald Is After Your Biz CI Business Cads Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Programs Statements, Receipt Forms In fact, Printing of any kind Let us show how it's done 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 slx-year old fruit bsaring 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 2.TXW 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 many of the best farms in other countries are netting the own- ers suth profits annually on the 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, figs 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 humus 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 Journal, "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. NOTE. 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. We do not claim to have the only Fruit'Lands in British Columbia, but what we wish to explain, That our lands were personally se- lected by two old of the country, who understood necessary for profitable fruit culture, and who were at the time fa- miliar with the climate and con- ditions of the country. r. That, at the same our lands were selected thty had practically the choice of the country. That our lands wore 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 with a view to irrigation, should it found necessary, and can "ba irrigatedI at a very small expense. That since that time it has satisfactorily demonstrated that ir- rigation, is not required. That transportation facilities and conveniencesto market were not over- looked. That the choosing of land in small isolated tracts where and churches could not be maintained, was carefully avoided. That we believe, there are no bat- ter fruit in British Columbia, than we are offering at present market price. We are not selling on COMMIS- SION. We own our and are interested in satisfying our Write us for full and literature. The ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS ALBERTA ;