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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH THK I M.MI.Y PARK Welkin Great Artesian Basin according to a rtfort ol the Hoard ot' Trade. KotlowUij-U with Ui0 pune ot owijer, .location of tach. showing Iowa- chip. rune, mwIdiiB, wfcat town it ri crav, de-pia ot iwr Greeu 4 Co., feet" decpv fillou. ,1 Hlsdcni, BMt CiU-hen .P.O, 809 Jott iiUoaij 713 feet deep, 34.WO gallons; .-5 feet W. KMnike; NAV.-9-J-7-1. near Catch- ?ni gallons. L. BofcerU, N.E.-J7-4-M, deep, gullpns.- M, feet deep, 48.HO Hatherala, N.E.-S2-4-7-4, 616 United Oil WtU No. 3, S 1-5-10-1, near Etalkeat coeiM. (00 deep, 11.620 gallons, T. Icet dwp, gallons. J. B. Fuller, N.E.-364-7-4, dsop, .galloiu.- i llirasi, S.W.-2-5.-1-1, GS5, 'feet'-' SWI00 gallons. 11. Bmteifeldt, E.-11-M-4, 717 fed BACKACHE Uf A hinpltJi and eRectlrt tlon to nlMte the paint'ot.Kheuma- tisjn, Sciatica, Lame Hack and Lutn- iiago is Himlin's Wizard Oil. It PCII> ctntes quickjy. drives out soreness, Mid limbers up stiB aching joints and muscles. YcKi 'have no idea how useful it trill be found in cases' of every day ailment 01 mishap, when there ii need ot an imiriediate septic application, aa in cases _ o( eoraini, biteJ End 'Unifi Get it from for 30 It not satisfied return the bottle anr get vour money back. Ever comtipatcd or hare sicl lieadache? lust try Wizard Liver Wbilii, nleuaiit little pink pills, X ccntt Guaranteed. The nuaber o( well! IB tie deem Government Well Ko. 3, oar Pakowkl Lake, deep, 28, iO (allons. foundry, feet Town of Etilkom, Httikoiu. 817-720 fwt g4l- osi per dsy. M. Thoaptoi, N.V.-H-S-10-i, near 740 deep. gallons. Stcwrt, N.a-184-lW, drilling Au- glut 21, O. Miller, N.W.-2S-6-10-4, 422 feet deep, 17.JOO T. Barrows, 16-7-10-4. 635 feet deep, C. H. Heyiur, 5 S-10-l, 700 fwt deep, galloDi.. Q. R. Hoirden, 8.-S-8-10-4, feat AMP, galloni. O, Murray, N.-6-J-10-4, 70? leet tiilonr Government Well No.; 3, 1S-9-10-4, jottth ot- Bow Island, 760 deop, 11.620 gilloci. "limma..' S.W.-28-WO-4. 946 M..McKeiule, 35-6-12-4, 422 deep, gallons. K. Tmwpll, S E.-4-M2-4. Moth of Burdctl, 630 feet deep, Curad Young, SAY.rl-MM, 532 (eel titp, S.T'JO J (far Ell. 8-5-12-4, deep, John Ell, S.YV.-15 9-12-4, CSO feot deep, sallona. (Jus Smith, 640 leet dew, gallons. N.W.43-9-12-4, School, near Burdott, not tinlihed. Gas Co, north ot Durdett, Irregular. 1-7-13-4, near Chin Coulee, gal. Ions, 5-1-13-1, near Chin Coulee, gal- lons. Grelman. K.W.-15-7-13-4. 783 fest deep, Government WoH N'o. 1, 12-8-13-4, south of Grassy Lake, 633 feet deep, thurston, KWUi of Bow 760 deop, south of Bow in 4e.p, 7.200 dtlloDB. Nicola, eouth of Bow taland, 8C9 (oet gallons. near Milk Hlrw, 166 gallons. near Foremost, TM gallons. H. P, N.W.-3 3-8-1 1-4, PAINS SO STATED iN BEG Young- Beecroft Had MUerable .Time Until She Took Lydia E. Pinkhun's Vegetable .Compound.. Hamilton, I have suffered for tliree years from female trouble and consequent weakness., pain And'iirecu- larity which Kent ma in bed four or five, days each roontii. I nearly went crazy, with pains in my back, and for, about a week at a rebtild not "do thy workv, I saw Lydia E. Pinkhim's Vegetable" (impound'advertised in the. Hamilton Spectator and 1 took it. Now 1 have no pain and trri quite regular unless I over- work or atay on my feet from early' morning until late at night. 1 keep V-j-Jse and do' all my own work without any trouble. I have recommended-lho Compound to several EMILY BEECROFT, 269 Victoria Ave. N., Hamilton, Ontario. .i For forty years women have beert; telling how Lydia E. Rnkhain's table Compound has restored their health when suffering with female ills. This accounts for the enormous demand for.-it from coait to coaat. If you are 649 feet 'gallons. A. Taylor, H.W.-2-7-1W, feet deep, gallons. 8. A. Taylor. N.W.-2-M1-4, 645 feet deop, gallons. I. Hopowell, 660 'set 17.2SO gallons. A, Miller, N.W.-14-7-11-4, feet 6eep, gallons. G. G. Ocolz! S.E.-1B-7-1M, feet deep, gallons. W. J. Tliompson, 8AV.-20-7-11-4, 050 fe'ot dtcp, 10.080 gallons. J. .McDcll, 21-7-11-J, 040 feet deep, gallons. G. Kcljatc, S.E.-SO-7-11-4, 822 feet deep, gallons. Gas Co.'a Well, 1-S-1I-4, north of Foremost, 675 feat deep, gallons. gallons. Gilberts, 640 feet deep, gallons, 0. T. Lethrop. 8S-8-13-4, 600 feet deep, gallons. filaby, 33-8-134, 640 (oet deep, gallons, John Pcttlg, de.ep, gallons. J. Kambolgs, 14-9-134, 680 feet deep, gallons. A. Feltlg, 16-9-13-4, 680 Icet deep, gallons. 1C-10-14-4. near Purple Springe, 655 feet deep, no flow. Daze Bros., SC-S-15-4, south of Purple Springs, 895 feet deep, gallons. H. P. MacGibbon, near Flricastlo, 700 gallons'. S. B. Avers, Finenstlo, 706 feet deep, gallons. Cook near Fincasllo, 710 feet gallons. Town pf Taber, 32-9-10-4, near Taber, 670 feet, gallons. 25-11-174, south of Hetiaa-, SOOVleel deep, :27-S-18-4, near 780 feet deep; near New' Baruwoll, -760 feet deep. X.R-10-4-17-1, near Waruer, ISO feel deep, gallons'. F. It. Elford, feet deej. J. T. Kimmett, 15-8-11, LUCI joe'p. J. J. Kimmett, 15-S-ll. 650 (eel very deep. George- .630 feet tleep. Thompson, 20-7-11, C50 feet deep.. ]i. .to.65C feet deep.. OMEN ON THE FENCES. FREE TRADE IN LIFE NECESSITIES AYKES, Marcli 35 a-ud Argentina are ne- gotiating an agreement for In- terostional (res trade In necessities ot ttto. C. A meeting called-for MOB- flji'y nigtt la the C. ,P.' R-iirelgtt sheds (or all those Interested in a 0. P. team (or tho 'coming season. I INDIA STSIXE SETTLED; JAMAlU'UfV -llritlsh India; Marcl) strike the at. which has iicen. :JW 'scmo.'time, Tho picture snows a section of tte crowd.whlcl recently gathered in London to watch'notables entering the Houie ot ComncM. how tMily tho woman cwujies a seat on the ralltnga. KEEP STRONG One bottle of pure, emulsified medicinal cod- liver oil taken .now, may do you more .good than, a dozen taken a monm hence. It's .more eco- nomical to give ybur.bbdy help before resistance to disease is broken down. A very little SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PORE1' MEDICINAL. COD-LIVER OIL long way in f sustaining strength and keeping up resistance.'' Retoltie that you will a bottle of Emulsion at your, druggttt's on your' way' Koine, arid start protecting your It's Scott's. :y ait' ask llfc Uo Hoffman. S.W.-2-8-11-4, 680 deep, gallons. J. Palm, N.B.-12-9-11-4, 74C deep, 11.520 gallops. .T. Roberts, 710 d'dep, gallons. E. Allen, 634 feet ccji, gallons; gallons. maiio from native roots and herbs and tontiins narcotics or harmful For special advice women are acfced to write the Lydia E. Einkham Medicine Lynn, Mass." The rcri'.t of'forty years is at your wrvioe. Johnson, N. II. Strum, l-D-12, 20 gallons a mlu-i ute. B. Gilbert, 16-8-13; Flncastlo on 'Cooh faria near Tober; Beaver well -at 5111k ntver, 1C5 feet; McMillan, 20-8- 12, 675 M. Carr, 4-8-13, GS feet, 5 gallons a minute; Lloyd and La 31-8-13, 085 feel; Schultz, S-S-12; Ctas. Fu'rman, 13-7-19. r Of Belleville, elacted president ot Ihe Ontario G. W. V. A. by ncclamnlion by tho convention In Puterboro. S T E A M S H I P For rttet tilling! C. P. O, S, CuntriJ, White Itelian and ill other llnei APPLY ROSSFTER AGENCIES HIOiNIOTHAM BLOCK PHONE 1412 INFORMATION SAIF I AM INSTRUCTED BY THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TO SELL v BY PUBLIC AUCTION Oh SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920 AT P.M. AT CFTY STABLES, .THIRD STREET S. Otrb loam matched weight 2600 (Known as fire, hot so one team geldings, and 0 old, weight ona'. team geldlngn, IS years oM, weight JSOOj five sola iToiiblo .work harness; one haavy wagon and box complete; one 3-year-old good strain Durham ono good strain Hol.slcin Dotli cowfl duo to freshen loon and In good condition. These horeos hire bsen worked all winter and ara.baj snd grain fM. Hendy for spriiig work. May bo irnpected at City Haos after firo o'clock. Mr. Morris, street superintendent, -can glvei uny.liiformiition required, TERMS CASH 'Geo. P. Porter. Auctioneer Ptirae 1692 (Prom Oiir OTffi Corresiipnderit) March. 24. i- .Smith's many .''friends jyore gisid j.'- see him return from air: and Mrs. Chas. Fuirbanks''or will spend tho summer with Geo. Frcdrickson. five miles southeast oi Winnifred to assist in "arming. Edgar S. Baker of Hie firm of Baker Brothera, logging was killed at aua. lie lived for about halt hour after the accident. .Ills brother, Geo. was present when the accident happen- ed. .Etlgar was a resident ot Winnl- frcd. Ho was bom in New Brunswick, Canada. linker brothers hovo been engaged in logging operations practlc- filly nil their lives. They have largo l.ind holdings in Montana and Cnu1' Edgar Baker has for the last 7 seven years spent tho summers looking after their farming Interests in Alberta returning in the fall to Whltefish, .Montana to assist in their logging operations. Tho surviving brothers aro Henry, Kreil, George and Frank Baker. Mr. Baker ler.vca a wlfo and two sons to mourn his loss. In his death the entiro community has lost 3. valuable citizen, ilo was a mem- ber ot Wlnnlfrcd lodge No. 67, I.O.O.P. H. Smith and Geo. Oliver o' Bow Island and Wlnnifred Globe stores were in Medicine Hat on a buying trip this week. Mrs. A. S. McDonald's friends will bo pleased to learn she is making pro-. gross towards, a complete recovery. The Norwegian Ladles' Alii met nl Ihe home of Mrs. Pete Holmes this week. Sir. anil Mrs. Fl. 0. McKco returned from their trip to lied Deer and Dids- bury-visiting at Hie homo oi tuoir par- and Mrs. lioilmoml of Red Deer, and Mr. and Mrs. MoKee ot Wo aro pleased to report Jlrs. Will Campbell is Able to be around aflor her long Illness. Tho.. Ladles' AM will moct ,nt the Globe atora Thursday, April 1st. Mrs, Anglo ond Mrs. Uuehring will servo luncheon. Mrs. Toddy Wlnchomuo is'visiting at tho homo of Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Simpson Iliis week. Mrs. Julius Loveime is her 'laughter, Mrs. at How Island tor a few days. ItRgglo Fisher left this week for Uangor, -Maino, returning to his liomo, 'Mr. John ('urrJO nnd sou Roy re- turned from B.C. this week. Winnifred senior school opened Monday, Mr. Bojwoll will finish tho term. 71io city council formerly endorsed iho principle, of savins ond probably 'cxorri.ip I'nur-r of fOr-Rl npffoil ill adopting it, provided the legislature extends the snrno privilege iti that re- sited as year. At the meeting o( Jaw police commission it wits dbdiTcd to incrosso (ho wages of tho roerobers of tlio pollco fordo hy len per cent, I No agreement baa yet been reached' with tho clvlo employes who nro dc- inandlng a twenty per cent. Increase In fh@ Guarantee Cbmpa it After over three-quarters of a century of success in the'fnanufacture "of threshing machinery and steiun engines, Advance-Rumely pioneered the adaptation