Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
IX THI LETHBRIDOB DAILY HIRALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER , IN*. An Honest Policy Thp Fit-Reform Company puts every transaction between agent and customer on an honest Business basis by means of the Fit-Reform guarantee. This guarantee goes with every Fit-Reform garment, and says that the Fit-Reform Company will promptly refund the full District News Cambridge* Qvercoal5 (or (all $15 to $25 purchase price should satisfaction be not given. U ilEFORM, MILK RIVER Milk River, Oct.. 4.-Miss Anna Tom fohr is at Poison, Mont., visiting a brolticr who has been quite seriously ill with typhoid fever. A number of the young people o( Milk Kiver attended the Big Barn Dance at Warner Friday evening and I all report a very enjoyable time. ' Threshing in this locality is jusi I about completed and everybody is I very well pleased with their harvest season. Geo. Barrows raised 31 bushels per acre of spring wheat on sod breakinj;- F. G. Smiths' field of oats yielded sixty bushels per acre on sprin , breaking. F A lA'iringwell marketed tlic kiad of wheat ut our new elevjiJo. mill received first grade. i'lio.se badger holes are beastly an-iiininp, don't you know) Eh Fit/.''... . Fourteen antelope were seen abou-t four miles north of Milk Uiver on Thursday eveniii;;. SMUGGLED UCE AT PINCHER CREEK Fincher Creek, ^Oct. 4.-Thanksgiving or harvest festival s�>rvices were held in St. John's Church here ye.^iteTilay, the interior of that edifice being beiiutifully decorated for the occasion. The iireh towards the rear I of the building wa.s biinkcd with the j I)roduct..s (rf the soil by a very ar'i. Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street - Next Lumber Yard A BOON TO MOTHERS When Children are Injured si'cietles having lodges ^ in j than 60 or 70 bushels. iva.s a place of biic rendered by the orchis- .M) bushels to the acre. . , ,t.u niul rboi, adding ml. inipre.^siv.... Mr. Hagley.is not operating his j daughter. Mildred. -y;:;";," ;;''':/[;'^ T,;. 1......nr. Rev, .hresliing nmchine this year, and says | ^^lHu"'^:' tJ^^Zr^u Ih:^ Children are always sustaining cuts, brui.se,s, burns, etc., and not infrequently contract ringworm, scalp disea.ses, and similar skin troubles at Kchool. Mothers will find Zam-Buk nithi.nt equal for all the.si' .accidents and disi'ase.s. Mrs. Thnma.s Alien, 1,00 Water Street, St. .Miiry'p, Out., says: "'My Meals for ncs- t.i 111' services \ V'^Murnhv"' D Sclbv and two^^^'' '^^ 'i^''' ">'"�" with .gasoline i i,,',;,,,,' ,,,i ,i,, thigh very ,,'.,'' ,",,,' I pro[)riiit.. discmrses at the diff.'r.'iit or liorse-power could make nioney in ' badly. I at once applied Ziim-Buti, .sons (). ^'''^''lai'nce, W. and 1-1.:^ jl^^ his distric( as they would have a big j which e.i.-.d the iiain, and in (Hie J .1. t^.niii, with seven saddle horses ,,nimitt,e Invw.- cli-.-pe of amount of work to do. c^.urse of a few dnys th.' wounds wiwe | composed a parly of covote huntirs '""inntu, ii.uwu i iia.fLi oi V,c:i,,.,h ,i n ,, Hi roughlv healed." ! .,,. r,,.., .....,a- ..n., .,,j .�-'n^Ii.'it' vv,rk on the ro,id h, the \oslmigh, who recently sold Mr... . C'roi-e Aldridge. 12. Luis,.;* composed a parly of covote huntirs the lirsl of the week and were sue-"'"''^ i.station Ikivo been in coiinuiinicn'ion I with th" C. P. R, autlioritirs. with ^ the result that tliev hav McKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridue, DR. COOK HONORED Washington, Oct. 4.-Dr.^Frederick A. Cook wae given a hearty expression of recognition by H. B. F. Mc-Farland, president of the district board of coinmissinners, in officially welcoming the explorer at the municipal building this morning in the presence of a crowd that taxed it's capacity. "First honored in a foreign capital, you have come none li>o soon to receive honors in your own capital. In conquering the Arctic difficulties and enlarging the map of the world you have not only won the prize of exploration, but hnvu borne yourself with modesty and courtesy as well as courage and intelligence," said Mr. McFarland. "I fail to find word.s to suit "my appreciation of your kindness," Dr. Cook said. "I can only say, I thank you." The explorer then stood in the cen- cessful in scalping three in very short, order only a few miles from town. .ids. Osborn is excavating ^r. tire foutulation of his fine new residence;'' '�"I^""- ' whicl. will be erected as soon as po.9 ! ' J lias just been dischMrged from tin- ' The new railwav bridge across the"'^'"''^Pi'"' "�''> an at- Milk Uiver is completed and the wa-: ""-''^ typhoid has com,, west to iv- --��-^-='ter tank is being moved a short dis-'''"I"'''"''' '""-'l"' brother's McFarland and Ju.l.son, and shook taiice. I -n"^'' "* Spring Ridge haiul.s with tho hundreds that pa.ssed j C. A. Hunt has just completed an [ -'^ customs oflicial from Ottawa Ikls in line. Not m^re than half iti-! addition to his hotel-restaurant and i "i'"'^' " ^''^'t to Pinclier Creek le- his hirni^to I). A. Laughton, is mov-i street; StratFord! saysT-"\Vhile play-1 iiig to Midnapore this week where he I barefooted .-ibout the 12. I, Ills. *VI' yard. 25c. Good Mpals Full Courses See what it's like at my consent.d management of a ranch there for an .-Xmerican company. Miss rUchards went to Stirling on Monday evening to visit her sister. Airs. Moore. ' son JSerlriim. (i y ars t jiroperly dressed, th" | doctor leaving a lotion to be .ipplied ] daily. Under this treatment, however 1 I the wound .seericd to get no better j l)ut on the contrary inflammation set! in. A kindly neighbor then roconi- ' mended Zani-Buk.' We obtained a supply, and after a few ai>plieations the child seemed to rest better, and , tile pain was very much reduced. Tn operation liotwwn -Vamaka ,ind Clei-ia few days under the Zam-Buk treat-chen. This is remarkable whT it is, merit, the wound assumed a better appearanc'.>, and from that time hei^Jng wi^very rapid. Inflammation and soreness were finally completely banished, and in ten flays from the fird application of Zim-Buk GLEICHEN (From the Call) I'liere is at the present time iio.les.s than nino tJiresliing machines in full The Alberts Restaurant I : Chow Sam Co. he rushed to completion as fast as ed hands, cold .sores, fro.st-bite. and skin injurio:s and diseases. Drug- at i , , , ?'he Queenstown farmers have com- ...............,... ...->c.oc=. .... possible. Let the good work go on. I want the duty or cmfiscation of the plainod to the hoard of traide ' that P'*'**' ""'I st^^i's everywher ,se'l _ i:''''f"^-'^"'^'^-^�''-"-'-MwB^c:::^:;!oX^b^^ , , - xer fffrry are very much in need 'of You are warned again.st harmfhl im-!refusing to have a doctor repair. ' Thc.v state that in order to | jtations sometime.s-represent d to | see him. When police took possession CANADIAN BRIEFS Toronto, Ont., Oct. 2.-Alcxandcr McRoberts, an old man who was thought to be very poor, died this af-tprnoon in a room at 27 King street. GOOD LUMBER AT LOW PRICES MANY BRANCH BANKS j haul grain to Gleichen many of them ^e "just as good." August Holds Record for New rinan- ^^''^ ^^^^ ^� j ... '^'"�^ ^""""^ by way of the br d(re. The' .31 House This Year government should c.rtain'y see that' ^""'^^ ^O"""" Getting in readiness for. the fall | this work is attended to at once. . ! SP''''i.^ Coulee, Oct. 4.-Grace K:l-rush, .3t new^ branches of Canadian! On ^Monday afternoon there was a i'''' ^" y*""" daughter of Mr. banks were opened in August. This i most regrettable sight from the train ' ^- ^^''^'J'- Passed away is the greatest number in any month durihg the year, which has indeed been a bus* one, no less than 17,S new branches iiaving been opened and 'i'i closed. The great majority of new branches are in the west, 23 of the new ba^nks opened in .\ugust being in the four western provinces, the place of business and the branches represented being as follows : Acme (Tapscott P.O.), Alta.-Merchants Bank of Canada. Bassano, Alta. - Union Bank of Canada. Broderick, Sask.-Canadian Bank Commerce. between Strathmore and N'amaka. ' evening at Mrs. Kelly's just west of Eagle Lake, whore, for!in Lethbridge. Th,' about half a mile along the north '^''"''^ " s^'^'''"'" cold and Mrs. side of the track, a fine field of wheatj ^^"^ T.otlibridgc with it Was buint uj). The fire was eviclent);ir startod by sparks from one of the en- gines and was carried alon:.r by the wind over the stubbie and burned the stooks. The name of the ownpr of the grain is unattainable, as it is said he re.s-ides somewhere in the States. A \ery pleosim,' featur^at tlic close of the evening service at the T.it-ort.y Alta.-Traders Bank ofi'^"^' f^'J'"!' l^asoi School, Quconstown, on Sabfcath last/ urday. was the iire.sentation to the pastor. Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gaboon, ii Card-ston, have been visiting with Mr. and Mr.5. Dell Shoemaker this week. Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker and children will leave Monday to spend a couple of weeks io' Cardston before leaving for Utah. Miss C. Schultz and Miss Florence Thompson returned from Calgary Sat- jof McRoberts they found a bank book, and that the old man was worth more than $4,000. Long Branch Rifle Range, Ont., Oct. 2.-Private C. Gallichen, hitherto unknown to fame in local marksmanship circles, won the general match in the Royal 'Grenadiers rifle match at the Butts to'day. He scored 99 out of a possible 105, in atmospheric conditions that were decidedly unfavorable to good scoring. We are re-arranging the lay-out of our yard, and have 200,000 feet of Short Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, and Cedar Boards that we are going to sell inside of the next two weeks. Do not delay caking advantage of these snaps. The quality is good. The price will satisfy you. The South Alberta Lumber Co. Cky Yards. smA of ElliioB NUIs. Lethbridge. Also at New Dajftos and Magrath Camrose Canada. purse and an address as a to'tcn of Camrose, Alta.-Molsons Bank. appreciation and esteem in which Calgary, Alta.-Bank of Toronto. !''^p reverend >;cntle- Didsbury, Alta.-Traders Bank of to resume his .Studies at Canada. |K:hMOnton for the coming season. The Forget, Sask. - Traders � Bank of �'''='>-^''^� "^as read by Mr. H. Shaw Canada. I""'' "fu'.eyod to the pastoi- the best Gadsby, Alta. - Traders Bank of ""�'^heK lor his .success and the hope Canada. I 'bat he might at sonio time be am- Glcichen, Alta-Traders Bank of again. Canada. Mr. Chas. McCulIy left Spring of a well filled i Coulee Wednesday for Seattle, Wash. Mr. Leslie Morrow has .secured the position in the now elevator. Mr. O. Dudley leaves November 1 for Utah where lie will prepare ij go on a mission. Miss Edna BingharH left last week for her home in Utah. Kennedy, Sask.-Bank of Toronto. Kelliher, Sask.-Bank of Briti.sh .Vorth .\merica.' HIGH RIVER (From the i imes) The K.xport Elevator will, soon he Lethbridge, Alta.-Eastern r Town- erectod. which makes five large grain ! day. From the time he left" the train ships Bank. elevators with over DR. COOK AT PITTSBURG Pittsburg, Oct. 5.-Visibly affected by the enthusiastic ovation accorded him. Dr. Frode,rick A. Cook, the North, Pole explorer, arrived here to- ;:oo,oo(� i-,ushci Lethbridge, Alta.-Bank of Toron-1''"l""'''.^' Tliph River, to. I W. S. Short whilo riding the plains Melville, Sask.-Dominion Bank. | week, met with an accident by Milestone, Sask.-Canadian Bank of: bis pony stumbling and falling ovor Coinmerce. \ him. He is now nursing a broken .Moose .law, Sask.-Dominion Bank.':'"'" t^he result of the fall. .Neepawa, Man. - Home Bank of 'I'heie is very little grain being sold Canada. i at thu elevators those days. Farm- Vancouver, U. C. (Park* Drive). - l^'""** do not feh River branch of the Dominion Bank to succeed Air. K. K. Beairsto, who will re-Uirn to Winnipeg to the head office. Bank of Royal Bank of Canada. Wilcox, Sask.-Canadian Commerce. Winnipeg, Man. (Grain Exchange). -Royal Bank of Canada. Zealandia, Sask.-Traders Bank. A DUKE'S HEIR Ottawa, Oct. 5.-The Marquis of Graham, .son and litir of the Duke of ^r'>ntrM.