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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Tgthbddge Patty Herald. Wednesday, October 1910. 7. Let Us Figure On Your Bill! Your Lumber BiU We Mean! No matter whether you want just a few odds and ends of lumber for fixing Up about the place, or a complete house or barn :bill, ask our prices before buying elsewhere. There are two reasons why you should do jiiis. Hirst, because the chances are that we can save you some money, and second, because ours is the best driest and kept stock in this lection. "Drop in and let us show ou" Round Street Pbne763 at N. LethbrWg Taber Bow Island Milk River High Rivtt Claresiiolm Kanton Gramim Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet- BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large, nurriber of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and -will thrive there- year after year, getting more beautiful every, year? We can send, you a selection of'twelve, varieties, three years old, that .Avill all bloom this coming summer and- all will be different periods from spring un- til fall.- The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls.' Spireas, Wiegelias. Syringes, .Elders. Berberries, Deutzias, Honey- etc.', etc. ..All two to. three feet high, three .years old, regular value This selection, all express charges pre- paid" to your; nearest .express office at -special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirrox Lake. B. -G. RESULTS OF the Local feard of Health DATES SET FOR DISTRICT COURT The Alberta Gazette gives the fol- lowing dates for the holding of Dis- trict Court; J' Lethbridge District Januarv 24th KejJOll OJ' j Tuesday, February 21st; Tuesday, j March 21st2; Tuesday, April IStbi; j Thursday, .May 25th; Ttiesday, Juno September 26t-h; Tues- day, Ocfober 17th; Tuesday, Novem- ber Tuesday, December 12th. iuprired.. standard sv -jier cent Below are the results of 'the two September tests or from the various dairies sujv-ipag the The l-ests were taken by .Health .Of- ficer DeVeber. of butter fat is t-uc First Cos Peiletier Chambers Bartlcct Reed j Johnston Second per. cent. vi, '4.0 3.8 3.6 3.3 ".I 3.2 3.0 Test per cent. 3.C 3.6 -3.6 3.5 3.4 BENNETT WILL OPPOSE ROSS If Femie Member Is Tak- en into McBride Cabinet to the Herald) Oct. At a delegate meet- ing of the Socialist party of this dis- here, a day or two" ago. Tuesday, April llthY, Sep- tember 12th; Tuesday, November Ht-h.' March 7th; Tues- tfennett, editor of was nominated didate of. the party to the District as the can- contest the dar? June'6thi; Friday, September j lection of 'W. R. .Ross... in 22nd; Tuesday, December 5th. January ISihq Wednesday; April' 12th; Wednesday, September 13th: Wednesday, Novem- ber- 15th.- January 19th; April-13tb; Thursday, Sc-p- Pelletier _.' Cox Bartlett Chambers Reed Johnston The results of t-he first in- spect-ion and scoring of' dairies and methods of milking carried' out by the Board oT Health, are as fol- lows Johnston (Retail) Number of Cows tember. 14th; Thursday, November rethV" 7th; Tues dav, May Sept-ember i_ 19th; Wednesday, Novercher 29th.' ;Macleod" District January 24th; Tuesday, February 21st; Tuesday, THOUGHT HE. WAS HELD UP Police Had Strange Case Reported to Them Yesterday C. I-t'. Whalley, .ciring.his address as 1102 Evans street, NorUi Leth- bridge, reported to the police on Mon- day night, that on Sunday evening about 9.30'o'clock on. First avenue south, near North street, he was held by two men who jumped 'out from; instituted yesterday by .tne police, with the result -'that they believe Whalley must -have'had a pipe dream or was laboring under" some hallucin- T-r aupn: fwho i liad attended 'to. a man w ounded 'in the hand. .And nobody Hviag in the neighborhood oi the Dominion Lands office .-or the depot' heard shots: The fact .that Whailey never reported the' matter until twenty-four hours aitenvards, increased the suppositions j of the police. points Cows, condition '22 Stables 22 Milk house .........i 20, Milking and handiioig................. 17 Total Supplies 81' ox) 52 he is taken into the provincial cabinet and. the constituency opened lor his confirmation. Mr. Harrington, who ran as., the, socialist candidate at the last general ejection, declined to make the race of private arrangements that him entering the con- test. all tne province and will poll the full vote of his party and perhaps take with Mm some of the more ra-dical Tuesday April How It Healed a Terrible Burn. Tuesday, May 30t-hi; Tuesday, June It is not settled, however, that Mr. 20th; Tuesday, September Tues- KOSS is "to have a' portfolio in the Vic- Jieilal' toria -cahtnet and -the chance of a right for the place may not occur. Tiiere are niore__things to consider ber Tuesday, December 12th. Pihcher January 31st.: Tuesday, September 12th; Tuesday, December February 14tH; 16th; Tuesday-', Sep- Tuesday, November 15th; Wednesday, Cows, condit-iniv cf, Milt p-tf" in filling a vacancy than ability or seniority. -Long pulls and strong pulls are fceing made to land the coveted cabinet plum- in the hands of others, regardless of the prior claims of Mr, KQSS. .wjio has .been a-consistent sup- porter of the McBride government i i. i cuuca-ueLv Wednesdar Novesn- om- day of. his first election, v. eight'years ago- .February 1st-: t Harrington polled the largesl points i Wednesday, May lOtbl; Wednesday, ever -cast in the' district for his 22 .1 September 13th; jparty, an-d if there has been no mater- Nar, Txi -Tuesday, May tember' Mth. Wednesday, May 17 th'T- September 20th ber 15th. CANON1 TUCKED GALLED 1 TO A LONDON CHURCH Toronto, Oct. Canon Louis N. Tucker, secretarr of the j Milking and hiiruaing Of milk ary Society -of. the Church of England Milk house, Milking and of milk..._ 17 78 Watson Supplies 68 Cows, 4oo -Quarts Milk points Gows. conditio'i oL 21 Stables, etc. 19 Milk house, etc. 21 17 I February 2nd; j Thursday, September l-lth. j April 5th; 'Thursday, November 91 h. Colenian Thursday, June Sth- Thursday, December 7th. Thursdav, February i folio has -been offercfd-'Jie-i-eetorsliio of St. behind- the Dominion Lands.' building, demanding his money. Whal- Icy declared that he promptly shot cue man in the right hand the oilier bolted. He downed the man lie shot- and kick-erf him on the head, but he managed, despite that, .to get away. described _this man- as about 5 feet 6 inches, stout build hovMegged, with blue serge suit OF NEW peaked 'cap. He-would probably havej --ZEALAND a black, eye, his right hand and perhaps a- broken nose. Whallev j Wellington. Oct. Premier Wa-d a though u'n clderlv man, is old i nf foo T T v anil stiir wonderfully active. f .l-.v look more than one at- the i beaeraIIOn meeting Here, expressed Labor Day spons here. CarcfuJ 'and rigid inquiries faurs Cathedral. London, CcL, in sue cession to the late Canon Dunn. Canon Tucker will not make known his 'decision until the thirteenth of tiiis month at a meeting of the An- glican Mission Bou-j. SATISFIED j great satisfaction with the financial were J position t5le Dominion. HE Fit-Reform Creed is pay less and dress better. Total 78- Gwatkin (Vv'Ho'esale) 30 Cows points Cows, etc........... 22 Stables, etc. 19 Milk house, ete. 19 Milking and hanuiing of milk 17 ISvbi; Thursday. Mav 18th; Thursday, nf Mr September 21st; Thursday, November! iialj change in the-lists- since time it. is probable that the Socialist vote will 'be still larger at the next elec- tion. Against these facts-is to be reckoned uie prestige which goes with a port- and the -admitted campaigning From top to "bottom of the great British, naval ladder Zam-Buk is kaowii and used. "Admiral atfd stoker alike Have proved its as the foregoing and the following show: Stoker MBgfnorth, of H. M. First Class Craiaer "One day I slipped "and fell wifcfc my arm. on an exhaust steam pipe, which fairly ftizslcid the skin. At once the ship's srirgeon dressed my arm, but from the first, the borne took the wrong way, owing to a lot of coal dust and dirt from the pipe having got embedded in the flesirand setting up blood-poison. A large scab and from underneath the festering flesh matter oozed out. I was in fearful pain and didn't know how to get ease. For -weeks I remained under treatment, "but the ordinary oint- ments proved no good for nay Arm. Indeed, I- got worae, MuTT became alarmed the spreading of the poison.' I. therefore obtained a sopplv of and almost as soon as this was applied I got ease. From the Tery first application, healing commenced fe-vr' "boxes of Zam-Buk healed my wound No matter on -what iCKJcupation. or atage of life you roay be, loe skin injuries and diseases of all Hnds you -will find Zam-Buk is the latest and "best in scientific" healing. That is why it is so popclar to-day. Mothers should see that it is always handy in the home. is approved cuts for eczema, ulcers, ringwornij poispned tetter, itcij, bad-leg, varicose suppurating Bounds, cold sores, chapped hands, babies' sores, inflamed patchea, etc.. 2am-Bu3i: is also a. specific for piles. All and. stores, at oOc. box or post- "free frooi Zain-Bufc .Co., Toronto, for price. Befuse all substitafces and imitations. 16th. EASY MONEY TO BE -MADE BY GIRLS Fittsburg, Oct. that the-young girls he brought, to Pitts- burg were to have jbeen installed in a resort of vice. Thomas Tufaro. aged 22 years, told the police ...that-he was. Chambers (Retain. 1G Cows, 75 Qts. points Cows, con-dttlr-n of; 23 Slablcs, etc.......' 21, Milk house, etc. 19 Miliving txnd hailing Oi milk 13 For Fit-Reform has preached the doctrine of better style, better fabric, better tailoring, better value. And Fit-Reform has lived up to its reputation by giving honest value for the money. All you need to know about a Suit is, that it is a Fit-Reform Suit. The name Fit-Reform tells the whole story of better value for the money.. w Total 76 Knoellcr Cows 20, Milk j.'M! Quarts points Cows, condition etc........... 23 Stables, etc ........'16 Milk house's, 19 j Milking'and of milk 16 j Total 74. Pelletier (Retail; 48 Cows, 250