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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1KB._______ w Buy Fruit Lands Several Hundred Miles Away From Market 1 When you can buy the chpicest of fruit lands within seven miles of one of the greatest-markets in Can- ada for all your products, Don't overlook this. It means an a home ,in one'of the best parts of British Columbia, the. climate of which is often likened to that oY Italy and is conceded to be one of. the most bracing and invigorating climates of this great continent; a place where the rich man can build a suburban home and have the vantage of country and city life, and the man making a start in life can find the work he wants at his door. The fisherman and, hunters' par- adise within minutes run from New Westminster and forty minutes run from Vancouver, situ- ated on the Fraser steam- boat landing on the property. Our lands are not only a good in- vestment but a. first class specula- tion. Crop 'failures are .unheard ot in the Fraser Valley .and irrigation is absolutely unnecessary. For further particulars and pam- phlet, call or write us. The Lcthbridge-Weyburn Realty Go., Ltd _ i." _ Grounti Floor Offices. First Door South of Balmoral Hotel Round Street CANADIAN PLAYS THE GOOD SAMARITAN Mr. Everett L. Holland, a well-known moved to the United States some time ago. Tne change of climate brought on a serious and painful illness, three physicians said was StonaJn the Kidneys, but were unable to relieve his terrible sufferings. In his agony Mr. Holland thought of an old and reliable remedy which had a great reputation in his Canadian famous Gin Pills. He wrote to a former neighbor and secured a supply. On March 20th, last, Mr. Hblland in a letter to the National Drug Chemical Co., Toronto, said: "I am well." He is now anxious to have Gin Pills put on sale in the United States in order to cure his new friends of Kidney and Bladder Troubles. If you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble take Gin Pills and we guarantee the cure or your money refunded. Gin Pills are sold by an dealers at 50c. a box, 6 for In order to show our faith, in these pills, we will send yon a free sample on request National Dnsg CiemkaJ Co Dept. AD Toronto. 8 Chas. Vezina, Conservative, candi- date in the last Bellechasse-federal election was condemned in n. civil suit after a contest to damages of to the Hon. A. Turgeon, for libel or to undergo imprisonment. The five remaining unpaid Yezina was ar- rested, iand sentenced to jail. Martimus Silseth in The Larimore Pioneer I am the most unhappy of all the animals. I must work early and late all my days. No matter how tired I am I must go, even if I have big sores. The harness is put on me. though I am withering with pain. Then you take the whip and strike me. Many a night when other animals that do not work sleep and have rest, I must go out on the road, now to town, now here, and now there. and stand by a post perhaps the whole night long, so tired, and so hungry, and so thirsty that I do not know what to do. And then goine home, I am jerked and beaten. 0 poor creature that I am 0 unhappy creature What have T that I must suffer so I have served'you faithfully. I pull the plow and harrow for you, and big work all I can. and when I am worn you sell me for a dollar or two. Or you drive me out on the road to starve. That's my reward for my labor. I do not ask more I than a bullet through my head when I cannot work any longer. Pray, give me that and let me rest. Opportunities For YQU Suffer Fruit Growers! From Headaches Yon ask me what the chances arn for the fruit grower in the Fraser j few never Valley? said Chas. Tyner, who is at j experienced a headache from-one cause or the Lethbridge-Weybum Realty Co.'s i another. It effects all ages :and both office, to a Herald'reporter on Satur-j sexes alike but .the female sects'naturally r i the more effected.through, the higher ner- day.- j vous development and more delicate Well, they are immense. To begin j organization, of the system. Those also with fruit-erowing is onlv a young j of a nervous temperament and studious j, V or sedentary occupation are subject to it. industry., owing to the .tact that the The of 'headache nearly always early people that came into that part i of B C were not farming, and were attracted chieflv by our immense forests and mines. It was then easier, to reap the natur- al crop than it was to sow and plant. N7ow it is different, the fruit farmer has come to stay, and you i peopler'of the prairies are to be best As it is, 75 per i cent, of the fruit consumed is shipped in from Washington and Oregon. which goes to show what the possi-; bilities are for the fruit-grower. i tells us that there is another disease inclined tbwards although we may not be aware of it, is still exerting Its baneful influence, and perhaps awaiting an opportunity to assert itself plainly. Burdock Blood Bitters has, for years, been curing all Rinds of headaches, and if vou will only give it a trial we are sure it Trill do for you what it has done for thou- sands of others. Headache Constipation Cured. Mrs. John Connors, Bu rlington, N.S., writes: I have been troubled with head- ache and constipation for a long time. After trying different doe- tors'medicine a friend A big fight is expected when the in- surance bill comes up in the Senate this session. Fire companies are dis- satisfied with the bill and will put up a great struggle. i tors'medicine a tnena What is the average price of land, ftgk-ed me tQ try Burdock Blood Bitters. in the Fraser Valley? The average, I find I am completely cured after having price of uncleared land is about j taken three bottles. I safely recom- _ j TTidnrl it. all per acre. Of course it all depends, on the nature of the quality of the soil, pays to pay mend it to and sale by all dealers. Manufactured onlv bv The T. Milburn Co., Limited, In many cases it: per acre for land that is convenient and easy to clear. The not be DO Y About Central Britisli CoIumMa? Largest undeveloped area of good land on North American. Continent, suitable for wheat., mixed farming and stock. Gold, silver, salt, petroleum. _. N You Can Get Mormafion of wonderful opportunities by 'writing for our free map and official data regarding land, mines, climate, etc. Coining metropolis, on line of Grand Trunk Pacific By., half way between Prince Rupert and Edmonton. Fort George is the gateway to great Nechaao, Buikley, Skeena, Peace River, Fraser and other fertile valleys, also to Carr-iboo and Yukon mining disricts. Pirst offering of town lots Title guaranteed and insured by Government of British Columbia. Send your: nainc and address today iJ interested.- Natui'al Resources Sccwily Co. M WINCH BLDC., VANCOUVER, B. C. 1 have been in The Fraser Vallev j was when I went nearly six years and I have yet to j bia, and don't torget that see the year that a man cannot follows my example TUII per ton for his potatoes. Straw-j sorry. berries produce from to per What we want now is a 'good class aero. Apples- fetch at trie lowest j Of settlers and 1 can assure them price per box of -10 Ibs pears j they will ijways receive a hearty we. about SI.25 per box. Eggs were j come in the Fraser Valley. worth BOc per in Vancouver when I left, and butter goes .below per Ib. Chickens are worth about SO.00 per dozen and {here is an unlimited demand for ducks and thev RE1D HILL NOTES Reid" Nov. 13. The whole countryside here has been covered by a snow blanket most, of- the past week." "Coming events cast their shadows and so this- coming of the snow heralds the proach of v winter. Some of those j who have to carry their grain to Nanton were caught on the roa-d and found fast travelling an impossibility, and slow journeying a not unmixed' pleasure. In Nsome places between here and the "Little Bow" the snow reached a depth of nearly six inches. This downfall will prove a we'have some fine, warm, genial days to follow, but should sharp and pro- longed frosts set in, the ground will not be benefitted: But we'll say i "Nil Desperandum" and trust that i "Sunnv-- Alberta" will not belie its i 'name. A rumor-is spread in .this neighbor- hood that Reid Hill is to have a resident doctor and consequently a .store. The doctor is-Teputed to be from G-leichen. At present the in- habitants here are fairly free from but doubtless, to oblige the coming physician, many will be so accommodating as to get sick. We think that a good practice might be easily worked up, as the "round" would be an extensive and well-popu- lated one. Of course, we wish the to come, as those from a dis- tance jiave a habit of probing verv deeply into the" pockets of their na- tients: Certainly, they must live? poor fellows, but that is no reason whv others should be made ;o starve. arm vercoats British Colum- "CORNELL" Five handsome styles that the Fit-Reform designers have created for winter wear. Roomy, easy, splendid cold-resisting materials exclusive patterns and made up m a -way to delight the heart of every man who appreciates fine McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Aaents for Lethbricke. ack ohnson In New York KIMBALL NEWS Kimball, Nov. IS.' At last the trustees have succeeded in getting teachers for the public school. Due 'JACK" JoHTTSoisr arc worth at the age of six weeks, j tQ unkriCAVn: causes they have been from to 75c each. ablp to securc teachers for the past monlhs. Their former teachers, The fanner can get 24c per gallon j for his milk and this is something i j.jessrs. Roycrof t and Sheffield, both that the demand exceeds the supply, j jcsignwj las'v junc and schopj has' not Flower growing, is a very' paying i bccn" opcn sincc -phe new tcach- biisiness and a man that can afford prs Miss Kimball, of Rav- to put in glass wHl be well paid. Tllfi j niond, and Mr. JEdmon- ton. The Y. M. M. T. A. 'held their an- nual opening last Tuesday evening. A sold cheapest carnations 1 ever saw were 50c per never need to irrigate and we. j never lose a crop, and we.arc certain ro failures. Swab raising is also a very paying business. Swabs j at the age of throe weeks old aro. worth about 75c per pair. Life with us in the Fraser Valley is very -pleas- ant and as our rivers teem with sal- mon and trout, the Fraser Valley is a fisherman's paradise.. We have j game of all kinds so the, man with I money will find an ideal place to spend.his time. some vcars some golden pheasants sent out from England and now they are plen- tiful "all over the country. T consider the best move T ever made in my life very lively time was the result, in which a sham program. :md luncheon all added their share of merriment. ASHLEY BAKER STILL, ALIVE j Nov 12.-Wiijh rofar-j ence to the death reported by our Claresliolrn. correspondent of Ashley; Baker, son of C. of Cantian-! gay, formerly of Claresholm, onr cor-; made an error in the name of the .deceased. dcce.nsed wns. Jesse Baker and "Ashley Baker .is. still alive. Afta: ;