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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, I9M. PAGE FIVE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE: Paid-up Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES Arrangements have recently been completed under which the branches of this Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points in the following countries Austria-Hungary Finland Ireland Belgium Formosa Italy Brazil France Japa.i Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-China Java Ceylon Germany Manchuria China Great Britain Mexico Crete Greece Norway Denmark Holland Persia Egypt Iceland Phillipine Islands Faroe Islands India Roumariia WO DELAY IN ISSUING. FULL PARTICULARS Russia Servia Siam South Africa Straits Settlements Sweden Switzerland Turkey West indies and elsewhere ON APPLICATION THE HERALD PRESENTS A ;REAT o lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager OF CANADA Capital and Rest Exceed Grain Drafts with Bills of Lading attached negotiated at any of the 113 Union Bank Branches in Western Canada. Notes discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Bank Money Order, Draft or -'Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Now is the time to open a Savings Account. Interest is paid at current rate and money may be withdrawn at any time. .00 opens an account. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster RcL, N. Ward Manager. BURNT COSTLY OFFERINGS 'Pekin, ceremony of burning offerings of the costliest nature was held yesterday in mem- ory'of the Dowager Empress of China who died twelve months ago. .The Chinese foreign board has issued, a thousand tickets to foreigners who will witness start of the funeral procession tomorrow. Place Your Orders for .WITH.... j JUS. FRAME 'O'- Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 COALDALE NEWS Nov. Aid Hallowe'en supper at the hotel was a decided success. It netted the So- ciety about Several from Lethbridge attended, among them be- ing Rev. Lytle, and brother, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beagle. J. H. Fillers is breaking in a new thirty horse power "Flour City" gas- oline traction engine. Mr. Hollinshead, who has been man aging the new West Coast elevator, has returned to his home in Stettler. Mrs. E. E. Cokely spent Sundav at Burdett. Mrs. C. S. Crest entertained' a num ber of ladies on Thursday afternoon last. Those from Coaldale attending were Mesdames Haley, Moore. Paw- son, Ley and Fillers. It is reported that C. S., Crest will in the spring move onto his large farm southeast of this place. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs, Seitters on Wednesday afternoon. W. R. Rodman, of Minneapolis, is looking after -his Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily 4- 4- JOHN BRODIE f A man named Mason, of the tin horn variety, was" fined and at the nolice court this morning and advis-ed that his presence in the citv was no longer desired. .-One drunk and disorderly was dealt with in the usual Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Building Crabb Street Water Gauge Burst C. P- R- Fireman Badly Scalded GRASP IT! You Know What Is Said About Opportunity's Call Read How To Win a Gourlay-Angelus Piano, Trip To California, Two Building Lots, Diamonds, Watches, Etc. FREE A great opportunity is offered to the! Get Busy at Once people Lethbridge and surround-i Send in your nomination at once ing country by The Herald's great j and get started today. It is a good Prize Contest. An active interest is [plan to have your name on the list already felt in this big undertaking, j of candidates when it is first publish- This paper purposes, as is explain- ed iii detail on page 5, to offer in prizes in a voting contest to be conducted for The Herald. The op- portunity to. participate in this con- test and to share in these prizes is open to and gentlemen, girls and boys. As for the prizes themselves, they are the best that money can pro- cure, including, as they do, the best i and highest grade piano made by Go urlay-W inter Leeming Company, of Toronto, with the Angelus Player- Action installed in the piano; a trip to California when the roses are in bloom, the orange trees full of ripe fruit and blossoms, at the same time; two Jots in Parkdale that are increas- ing in value every day. These are the Grand Prizes. Every contestant has a chance to win one of these priz- es. Each, district is 'guaranteed six splendid prizes, regardless of the ed, for the attention of everyone is called to the. names at that time, and anyone who knows you, seeing that you are entered for a prize, will de- cide to save their votes for you. Later a trifle may interfere. Your friends may be called away on business, or you yourself may lose some precious days through a slight and every day How to Get Votes A ballot will be found in each edi- tion of the Daily and Weekly Herald, the one in ehe daily good for 5 votes, the one in the daily good for 5 These ballots when neatly clipped, name of candidate filled in 'and sent' or brought to the Contest Department, will count as votes. That's one way. The other way is through certificates for votes issued free with payments upon subscrip- tions. Consult the schedule t on page 5. Votes are given on all payments if for three months or over for the Manufactured by The Win. Buck MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL Do you realize what a Happy Thought Range means to the housewife? Housekeeping is made a pleasure-kitchen worries are banished Happy Thought insures perfect is easily operated special dampers absolutely controlling the fire. Our interesting booklet u full of facts about this handsome post card will bring it. Hayr Bros., Local Representatives Her Daughter Took Very Sick Result Of Catch- ing Cold. Mrs. Dennis Delaney, Friar's Head, N.S., writes: "At the close of the year 1907, our youngest daughter, fire yean old, took very sick as the result of catch- ing cold. She became very weak and could not move around at all. We con- sulted doctors and cave her various df medicine but they did not seem to relieve her any. On the advice of a friend I procured a bottle of your valuable remedy, Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, and after using the first bottle noticeable improvement was the result and after using three bottles she was entirely cured.. I can certify that it was through vour valuable remedy that she regained" her services strength and would advise every mother j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones are stay- having young ones similarly afflicted to Graham's ranch, obtain your valuable remedy. For my- self I would not be without a bottle in the SUNDIAL NEWS Sundial, Nov. Wilbur Burns and son Charley and baby Lucile. of Bowvillc, visited at C. K. Engen's on Wednesday. Mr. Soren left for Ashbv, Minn., on Friday and soon will re- turn with his family. Mr. Knudt Sander's family arrived here Friday from Wiest, S. Mr. M. Brathammar and George Lund and Theo. Anderson are among; the boys who returned from thresh- ing Saturday. Norweigian Lutheran services vere well attended on Sunday at the Kas- imer school. There were also three children christened. Rev. and Mrs. Anderson called in at Sundial on their way back from House. Dr. Wood's Norway Syrup con- tains all the lung healing yirtuei the Norway pine tree combined with Wild Cherry bark and other pectoral remedies. vote- in- the other district. Candidates j Daily or six months or over for the in one district compete with candi- Weekly. Votes are given upon the dates the .other district for the payment of renewals and arrearages, as well as new subscriptions. Contest Deprtment A special Contest Department is be- ing fitted up in the 'Bryan 'Block, en- trance from Dufferin street, just prizee only. Even- the district prizes are well wdrth the effort required to win. How to Enter the Contest It is the easiest of easy-things to enter this contest. Clip the nomina- tion blank that appears in another column, write your name or the.name of some friend on the same and1 bring 'or-send it to the Contest Department 6f The Herald. Please be very par- ticular in writing the full address, giving post office and district. You is nov more generally used than ever. Price 25 cents at all dealers. Manufac- tured only by The T. HilbUra Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. CHARMING PICTURE Charming, indeed, is the beautiful picture entitled "The Soul's Awaken- ing'3 given with the Family Herald. and Weekly Star, of (Montreal, this season. It is difficult to' find words to do "the picture justice. It is. an inspir- ation to look at. There is a beautiful lesson "in this sweet picture, and -every home would be the 'better of a copy adorning its walls. This picture is 19x24 inches ready for framing and is absolutely free "to all who subscribe around tEe corner from The Herald to'that, great family and farm, paper office. We shall foe' glad to welcome all who feel the" -wish to enter the contest, or 'those -who merely wish to make "inquiries as to the 'method on which the contest is conducted. The Contest Department will be open from 9 in the morning until 6 in the even- will then be furnished with, receipt j ing, so that whatever your business book and supplies with which to se- cure subscriptions. After the in- itial act of sending in vour n-omina- you will be sure to arrange an hour at which you may see the representa- tive of the contest and eet all the Never 'let yourself feel confused on any point. Ask any question" that that you do not feel quite certain about. The best way to keep thor- ough posted is to make a daily habit of reading carefullv all the an- his engine near cements that apper m the pa- C. P. R. fireman, Geo. H. Duff us, who lives in Robertson Street, Fort Williajn. while on Westford happened a. nasty accident, j per, as well as the daily story. In The water gauge of the locomotive this way not a single detail of the burst and scalded the whole .of the left side of his face and head terribly. "It so happened." said Duffus- to our representative, "that I had a box of am-Buk in my pocket, which I used for a sore'on my lip, and when I 'had recovered from the first shock of the accident. I produced the balm and had it applied freely to the scald- ed parts. At the time I applied Jt I was suffering acute a in 'Ji wonderfully short gave me ease. T was able to tion, you .should not think that all i information you desire, the information yon need for the rest i Scope of Contest of the time of the contest is yours. In order to equalize competition the territory lias' been divided into two and the contestants in each district will compete among themselves for the district -prizes. District No. 1 includes the City of Letli bridge- District No. 2 includes all the ter- ritory outside of the City of Leth- bridge within the circulation zone of The Herald. For further information call on or write the Contest Department, Room i 3, Bryan Block, Lethbridge, Alta. contest will escape you, and you will be much' better able to talk to your friends about it if you understand detail vourself. my ourney 1 Cold Weather Is Coming A" STORM SASH and upon reaching home Buk and cop- tinned -the treatment. It acted won- derfully well, and in a ffw days had the nicely 'healing. I dont' know anything so fine as a "healer of "burns, scalds, cuts and sim- ilar injuries which worker? nre so liable to; and in my opinion a box of Zam-Buk should bfr kept handy in every worker's home." Theiv is something different and superior about Znm-Buk. Time and again workers in all branches _ of trade have proved its vast superior-1 ity over tin-1 advertised ointments and i salve5? of t'he day. No doubt the fact that Zam-Bnk' is made entirely from herbal essences and extracts, while ordinary ointments contain more or animal oils, goes a long way to cxplai-s Zam-Buk-'s superiority. However, this cay'.be, t'he fact re- mains that in four continents to ROSEMEAD NEWS Rosemead, Nov. Ben Lyon rny, but is under the doctor's care. They ex- ,ime Zom-Bulv i pect to tafce him tQ to the hospital. the barn is the main part of a farm. The farmers around here are all busy hauling grain to Lethbridge and Black Diamond. Mr. Kasmer Sanders is in Calgary TUT- inn -business: sited Mr. and Mrs. Angus Braggs on j Gordon Swinhart was a caller on last. Mr. Dan Easter is home from Letb- bridgc. H.C has been hauling gravel for a 'couple of weeks. The postmaster of Rosemead has erected a big of the biggest in the township. Mr. Charter sars j which it h.is been introduced within j j ten years it .has become leading i household balm For burns, cuts, scnlds, bruisi-s, ec- zema, piles, ulcers, ring-worm, saltrheum, bad ft-stering sores, chapped places, cold-sores, frost-bites, all skin injuries and Zam- on Chat new house of yours J beyond a doubt a most marvel- will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber OLllfS cm Office and Factory Cor. fiOUiD and STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Snitli St Phone 195 Ions cure. Drutrgists .and stores soil at 50 cents a box and tht- Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, will mail a box, post free, upon receipt of price, to any of our readers who may have difficulty in obtaining a supply of the 'genuine Zam-Buk from their local stores. Genera! Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. faction guaranteed. If yon need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. E. TICKNER Box 1954 Heart Trouble Cured. Through one cause or another a "large majority of the people are troubled with some form of heart trouble. The system becomes run down, the heart palpitates, you have weak and dizzy spells, a smothering feeling, cold clammy hands and feet, shortness or breath, sensation of pins -and needles, rush of blood to the head, etc. Wherever there are sickly people with hearts Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills will be found an effective medicine. f 4 Mrs. "Win. Elliott, 4- Angus, Ont., writes. Heart -f- It is with the great- Trouble est of pleasure I write Cured, -f- you stating the bene- A, 4- fit I have received by 4 4 t using Milburn's Heart the subscription price1 of -which is only one dollar a year. A dollar could not be better spent. Either picture or pa- per alone is worth more. The Fam- ily Herald should be "Kept en- tering new subscribers this season. The people in our vicinity are-busy hauling grain to Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Knutson have spent the week: at J. M. Williams' ranch. Mr! G. Buhlinger and Mr. Krogh were among our farmers in Leth- bridge on Thursday, Mr. John Gibson is again back home after spending a couple of j weeks in town. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lund- gaard, Oct. 31st, a big baby girl. Mr. Huston Roberts and Mr. A. CHERRY CAKE FRUIT CAKE SULTANA CAKE MADEIRA CAKE City Bakery ROBT. SCOTT Phone 381 Prop. worth are back from Coaldale where they went to do some breaking. Thorburn made a business trip to A McCombi conducted services In Kasimir School Sunday evening. Miss Mayme Barnes called on Miss Lethbridge. The Sundial twice a week mail leaves every Monday Thnrsdav morning and returns every Tuesday and Friday with George Sorgard as mail carrier. He is also prepared to carry passengers to and from Bun- dial, including Diamond City and Iron Springs. Mr. John Fauske came out onto Ms homestead Sunday, but is on the sick list yet. Mrs. Will Connor and two sont are .spending a few weeks at 'her home in Buffington, Minnesota, where she was called on account of her mother't ill- ness. Mr. George Ingram and Frank Pap- Mauda Engen Thursday. TYPE OF VICTORIA WINDS Victoria, Nov.. a henry gale on Sunday a two story frame house on Tolmie avenue was blown. down and the occupants, Ward, Ixis wife and his four children, ihad a narrow escape. Mrs. Ward was ill in Bed on the upper floor. Ward "was_ lighting the fire and the stove fell-al- most pinning him down. Mrs. Ward was taken to the hospital suffering from, severe injuries. Years Asro TV11 T and Iserve rills. 1 suffered greatly from heart trouble, weak- ness and smothering spells. I used a great deal of doctors' medicines but re- ceived no benefit. A friend advised me to buy a box of your pills, which I did, and soon found great relief. I recom- mend these pills to anyone sultcring from heart trouble." Price, 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. George Harper last week. Mr. Pat Dalenev- and W-atern Mick- leson arc digging a partnership well. They expect to get water at seventv- five Teet. Threshing in the neighborhood is not. all done yet. Mr. Gunderless re- turned home from threshing last week and he. states tliat he made a fine stake this fall. He intends buying a team and commencing farming on a much bigger scale nexV vear. Mr. Sanders has bought a team ot bronchos from Mrs. Graham and is doing some fast drix'ing in the neigh- borhood. He says they arc the fin- est team around here Mr. D. Stevens was a caller at his son-in-law's, Mr. Swinehart's, the other day. The Kasimir school house is about finished now. They have a well-drill- ing machine drilling, lor water there now. The farmers around hope thev Swill get an abundance of water as it will be handy for them. Mr. Alfred Peterson is siding up.his house. He says the weather is gett- ing cold and he thinks it is fix up the house than buy coal this winter. The Rosemead store is doing a fine business now. They are selling goods so fast that Mr. Charter has to eo to Lethbridge twice awcek. M STEAMER WRECKED Victoria, B. C., Nov. stern wheeler river steamer Ominca built here'- last summer for the contractors building the Grand Trunk Pacific, Foley, Welch and Stewart, has been totally wrecked fifteen miles below on the Skena river. We- Advised You to Buy "Sunny Southern Alberta" Lands at arrd Today these same lands are selling readily at and an acre- Every person who followed our advice made money, all became independent, others made fortunes, Today We Say Buy Lots in Chin The new to-wn on the main line of the C. P. R., between Lethbridge and Taber, In the heart of this most prosperous farming district When we started Warner three years ago there wasn't a settler within 25 miles. The land all about the town is now occupied and prices on real estate have ad- vanced over 300 The town of Chin bids fair to do better than this. It's estab- lishment Is urgently needed and actually demanded by the prosperous farmers, on acres of the best farm land on the American Continent which sur- rounds the site selected. There is no other town closer than Taber 13K miles away. If the surrounding country makes a town Chin is sure to become a-busy market place and a live town in two or three years. We guarantee a 50% increase in values in four months. We can't tell hpw much more within a year. Bufthe opportunities tor profitable investment, to say nothing of the business opportunities now open in the building of this new town of Chin, come or.ly once in a life time. Do you want to share the profits? Several lines of business have contracted to locate here. The sites for School, Church, Parsonage and City Market are donated by us and a city well is started. Everything points to a wonderfully quick sale of the lots. Business range in price from to Residence lots from to THREE LOTS FREE To stimulate immediate sales arc going to give away three lots. Every purchaser of a lot, regardless of price, will stand .1 chance of getting a present of a lot, by guessing the nearest number of lots sold up to the time the fifty per cent increase takes place. The first purchaser to guess the exact number, or nearest to the exact number of lots sold will receive a lot, the second nearest in number -will receive the and the third one the lot. Send for full particulars if you wart to make money. The O. W. Kerr Co Third Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA The O. W. KERR CO. Gcnticinen: Please send me- full in- (trmation resarilinj: the town of Chin and the rtuniUos for m a k j n jr there. Also send plat, rosMrrK-ii :uid business .ppHcation blank. FIRST CLASS AGENTS WANTED ;