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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., FRIDAY, 'MAY T, NO HAND STORE Dear Public: I promised you in my last letter I would let you know when I received any more snaps. Here are a few I should like to call your at- tention Double wool faced mat- tress in special art tick. (Competition in this line de- "The Wonder" '2 hole stove (Kp competition in this class) Kitchen Pantry, for Drop head Singer- Gots aud I have also a large assort- ment of kitchen sundries. I expect Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Robinson to- morrow so be quick and look round. Yours truly, FRAATK WADDINGTOX. 410 Round St. The Power Plant By-l -aw ALD. OLIVER DEALS WITH THE IMPORTANT QUESTION NOW BEFORE THE ELECTORS THE POWER BY-LAW Editor Lethbridge Herald Dear Sir roported to the council, with tho result that looking; to tho future and providing: for a larger city, this amount of money is required for tho installation of a plant he says wo roquire at tho present time. Now Mr. Editor, lot us look for a moment on what the expenditure of one hundred and fifty-three thousand dollars means to o.ur city. In the 1 first place it is an expenditure oa capital account) that is. it is to be spent on a necessity and the furnish- NO WOMAN CAN BE STRONG AND HXALTHT UNLESS THE KIDNEYS ARE WELL. Barley In Southern Alberta ing of a necessity to citizens. On that account, it is not chargable as a the 10th of jdebt-against althougfc May, the ratepayers wall be called guarantee the repayment of upon to endorse or reject a by-law j it. to raise the sum of one hundred and city is operating its own. fran- iiity-three thousand j private company dollars for thejchises the matter purpose of erecting a building andP-ht and to the installing machinery and plant and equipment for the operation of an electric light and waterworks system for the city. It is needless to say that the plant is a perman-snt im- provement and is absolutely neces- sary at the present time. of. supplying Whether the plan as outlined by the city council .and adopted by them whereby Smith, Kerry and Chase, of would on a busi- a revenue. This revenue goes toward operating expen- ses, depreciation, repayment of bonds j etc. The-profits go to the consumer as a dividend in reduced rates. But the city having no money in its treasury to go into this business has j When the kidneys are ill, the whole body is ill, for tho poisons which the kidaeyi ought to filter out of tha blood are left in the system. Thea how important it must bo to see to it that this system of uowerage bo not up. Those who have nerer boen troubled with kiuney trouble know not the misery aud suffering which afflicted underga Doan's Kidney are a specific for all kidney troubles. They begin by healing the delicate membraaes of the kidneys thus make their action regular and natural. They help the kidnevs to flush off tho acrid and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus clearing onfc the kidneys, bladder and all the uriuary passages. Doan's Kidney Pula are entirely rego- taMe, aad may "bo safely taken by youag and old. Let DJJUI'B Kidney Pills do for you what thev have done for thousands of others that is, cure you. Mrs. M. Bryauwn, Spring Valley, P.E.I., I was troubled with my kiaueyc for two years. They wore so bid at times 1 could not'cross tho floor for the pain. I tried a doctor but he did me no good at all. nearest druggist and got four (Fanner's Advocate) I prefer now to sow barley on broken land, but prefer land that has been .cropped or.c or more years. Thy better the preparation, the hotter the crop, but not always the beat qual- ity, for this depends largely on the handling1: at harvest and after, which I will deal with later on. My laad is a strong, clay loam. T lind that a good way to prepare it for sowing is to double disc and row it down early in the spring. This answers a dual purpose, start- ng weed seeds and conserving' mois- ture, both essential for a good crop. Then from the first to the middle of ATay 1 plow from five to six inches i deep, harrow down at once, better :f one has a packer (a subsurface pat-k- r) to pnck, than harrowing. The next is the seed. I put on about two measured bushels of bar- ey per acre, well cleaned and >v-ll to borrow. It has therefore to give! boxes.of Doan'a Kidney Pills, and I am clad security for the repayment. Then, is more trouble for nearlv three years now." price 50 cts_ ix, or 3 for all In ordering'specify Winnipeg, consulting engineers, pro-1 it not good business to ,back the city position is to be carried out is a [up in this matter I think it is the or The'T. Milburn Co., Limitod, good one or not, will only be decid-iduty ol- every on Monday to I ed on completion and when in out and support the by-law by j by the city. It might be as well at j having a new plant, up-to-date, lo-1 this stage to point out some things j cated at the base of supply, moder- j in connection with the installation-of jately cheap operation, coal for fuel this new plant and why this its door, which cannot be any- treated with formaldehyde, with a disc drill. If the put in land is OUR CAFE i I lias been enlarged. You i know the moral. We sell Hazel wood's Ice Cream and receive it fresh daily from Spokane. Sundaes, Sodas, Etc. Alf Flavors. Chow Sam Co. The Private Dining Rooms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union Ail White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. R MURRAY Prep. to say that after taking them I have had no weedy and the barley has good root, much good can be done by giving the CON MEN AT MACLEOD (Macleod Advance) Two confidence men named J. Sul- General Teaming i; When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class manure for -garden purposes, better see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. convenience to citizens. Yours truly. of money is required to cover the'thing -but a great asset and a great jlivan drifted in last cost. Last year a by-law was submitted to the ratepayers to raise the sum OLIVER, of one hundred and ninety-six thous- and dollars to purchase the electric light plant, to lay a new force main. j erect stand pipe, put in septic Wmnineo- _T iAvhat carelessly and placed such con- WHEAT MARKET j week from Montana, and ran rip ag- iainst something that looked easy in less than 24 _hours afterward. Elias ,j Levitt also came drew his rolJ j from thet bank and promptly got on I the spree. He handled his wad some land two strokes with some harrows, harrow preferred. This answers a double purpose, killing weeds and helping to retain ture. That other things being is about all that can be till harvest. I prefer cutting, if possible, when the heads are fully ripe aiu! The Model Restaurant straw a little sized bundles, green. Make goot.' with the twine good and tight. Stocking should be done I'ight after the binder, with about ten or twelve bundles in a stook and WM. TAYLOR J! jmake extensions to present plant, and lay extensions in the city, etc. with very little The by-law carried opposition. i j The citv council Winnipeg. Man., May cables came 1 3-4 to higher and fidence in the markets opened string and higher. found out very Ring Up T08 When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE The little child of Hugh Allen, of Long Lake, pills and swallowed an hour. secured some dying soon after the purchase of the elec- j trie light plant that with the rapid j growth of the city the plant in its i present condition would soon be of j little use either for lighting or for power to pump _wat_er. plant was old, out of date, situate in a poor location and in a building that cannot be called anything but a fire trap, and today the city's water and light is hanging by a thread on. that account. And if fire should occur it will be a serious blow to our city, as water and light are both neces- saries of life and cannot be dis- pensed with. The council immed- iately set to work to remedy these matters if possible. They engaged one of the best consulting engineers in the west, C. B. Smith, of Winni- peg, who came to .Lethbridge, looked over the ground carefully, went into the matter of our situation as to lo- cation of plant, cost of same, etc.; Winnipeg July selling up to dressed strangers whom he met in a bar as ask them to count his money for butVnis strength did not hold, Julyihmi- They Proceeded to do this but finallv dosing 6-S under Tuesday's! disappeared in the opening. May was down 1-3' and ipr0cess of The matter was October 7-3. reported to Chief Rhodes who arrest- !ed the In exports some big houses deciar- i ea ine two stranSers on suspicion, ed business very dull. There was IHe I0und enough to war- liberal buyine by brokers. It him ia the up be- claimed that- was bousht foHIore Judge Carpenter on Thursday Appeals to. everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to elainf the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principJes Rooms in connection one old country house this morain last' found the men m me police guard Oats were the feature of the each sentenced to six months peg market and were bought steadilv! i all morning, but there was not a! material advance in the prices. I CHARGES OF IMPEACHMENT DIVORCED AT THE AGE OF 17 I Wilkesbarre, Pa., May Jed after she was married at the age Washington, D. .0., May the i of thirteen Mrs. Lucia conclusion of a lengthy statement in the House' today regarding his reso- has been granted a divorce by Judge Halsey. lution of inquiry into the official con-; The union was arranged by the duct of federal judges, McPherson girl's pars-its, and she dutifully obey- and Phillips, of Western District of ed them and married Santo Eossi, Missouri, Representative Murphy, of that state announced that he would present formal charges of impeach- ment. one or two bundles. If the stocking is done after the bind- erv while the straw is yet green and well set down and braced, stocks thus treated will stand a good wind. As soon as dry the barley should be stacked. If left in the field for stook threshing and the weather is somewhat catchy, the grain soon becomes stained and. while the feeding .value may not be injured, its commercial value and value for show purposes is very much reduced. I find that threshing has some- j thing to do with the quality. If the j London. May to a re- barley is somewhat tough and the j cent medical discovery, blindness may awns hard .to get off, the most of us be caused by lifting heavy weights. j- John Canton 51 PROPRIETOR fr! J Bid you ever see what the Menu Card at The Fashion Cafe says? Did you ever see how the. waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card? Try it! MADE BLIND BY LIFTING threshers are very apt to set our concaves up too close and do consid- erable cracking, thus injuring the grain for seed. malting and show purposes. Alta. Thos. H. Woolford." who was twenty-three. He quickly tired of the child bride, however. She is now seventeen, and, thinking jof marriage, applied for the divorce. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., of Calgary, has been appointed administrator of the estate of the A porter employed in an apartmnt in the West End was lifting a heavy box when he sharp pain shoot up his arm, through his head and into his eyes. Shortly afterwards Ke became totally blind and it :s un likely that he will recover nis He has recovered compensation of a week under the Workmen's Com- pensation Act, a surgeon having certi- The Menu at The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in tlie city. Open day and night. Everything in season. PATTEN AT HOME Chicago, May A. Patten, of the brokerage firm of Patten Co., whose dealings in wheat have brought him international note lately, return- ed to his Evanston home today. late Palmer H. Averill. at one that he was suffering from de-i He is conducting his market cam- tachment of the retina, attributable j paign from his house by .special a prominent rancher in the Clares- holm district. to great strain. ONT BE THE ONE to say I am sorry I did not invest in The when prices Were low These lots are 25 x 125 feet and from to TERMS One Quarter cash, Balance in Three, Six, Nine and Twelve Months We have the exclusive sale of the choicest of this property. A glance at the city map will show you the splendid and convenient location of these lots If you wait you are lost as this property will DOUBLE IN VALUE IN THE NEXT SIX MONTHS For particulars call at my office in the Ott Block R. V. GIBBONS ;