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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Thursday, October We have several bona-fide purchasers for houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us F. C LOWES COMPANY Representing: North American Life Assurance Co. f London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate, Loans surancc and In- Phone 544 a five roomed cottage on Coutts street. buys a 6 on Glyn street, fully modern cash, balance to suit. buys 7 roomed fully modern, house on lot and a half on London Road, one of the best buys in. the city, Easy terms. ?600 cash will handle 7 roomed fully modern house, Badgers street.. willrbuy 3 lots on Ash- mead facing west, -will handle. (Look this up.) buys a pair of corner lots on Courtland St, Easy terms. Irrigated land for sale from to ?200 per acre. Houses for sale or rent in all parts of the 'City. DON'T GET IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON East 1-2 11, Twp. 9, Range 14, per acre; ?4 per acre cash, balance to suit. Close to school house. Nine miles from town and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x S6 cash, balance to suit. Good buys in Grassy Lake and BOTV Island residential o. close to the hotel in both places. Remember you are buying direct from tne owner. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1069 CHAMPION POST OFFICE NOW ON THE NEW SITE Champion, Oct. post office is now located on the new townsite, old one at Cleverville having been tormally closed yesterday. It is sit- uated in George Mark's store on the main street, which building when .com- pleted'will he -the finest in the town. J. L. Doupe, of the C. 'P. R. land de- partment, was in town yesterday and was well pleased with the rapid pro- gress the town has made. In con- versation with the secretary of the Board of Trade he agreed to permit of a road ibeing opened up from the west side of the town, thus saving a large detour which at present is ne- cessary for those -coming into town i'roni that direction. SHELDON'S GOODS SEIZED Oct. latest de- velopment in the Sheldon case is the issue of two writs of seizure on his house, stable and offices on behalf of creditors. A 'bailiff is now in posses- sion of the house. Mr., Sheldon's whereabouts are unknown. It devel- ops that he had a mortgage on his house in Westmount. ces were closed to-day. The offi- RHETJMATISM CURED CARDSTON DELEGATION TO SPOKANE WAS HONORED Big Banquet Given by Board of Trade-Prottd of Their Record at Dry Farming Splendid Address Given by E, Bar- ,ker, the Gtiest-Many Other Speakers uaroston, Oct. no uncertain rK." Wm. Piling, efficiently disposed" terms did the members and executive {of the "Agricultural Interests" of the of Cardston Board of Trade voice their! Cardston district." IZAM-BUK WILL GIVE YOU RELIEF "When you have any deep-seated pain in the joints, the back, -the wrists', or elsewhere, place a liberal supply of Zam-Buk on the fingers or on the palm of the hand and rub it in. .The pene- trating power of this "e'mbrocation balm" is "very great. It kills pain and stiffness. Mrs. Francis Wyatt of 25 Avenue, Montreal, says: "I have found Zam-Buk most soothing and valuable in a very bad case of rheumatism, and also for stiffness of T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial r Brokers. Agents Diamond City ToTvnsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. WILLIAM BARNES IS DOWN AND OUT IN Albany, N. Y., Oct. NEW YORK isarnes, of Albany, who was one or the leaders of the old guard in the fight against Col. Roosevelt, as tem- porary chairman of the recent Re- publican State Convention, has re- as a member of the Republican State Committee. joints and muscles. I suffered and acutely from rheumatism, long and tried one liniment after another in vain. I also took, medicines internal- ly, but it remained for Zam-Buk to ef- fect a cure. I began applying this balm appreciation of the good work per- formed by the 'delegation sent to the Dry Farming Congress-at Spokane at last evening's banquet. Manager H. B. Brown of the Ga- boon certainly made the most of the occasion to do credit to this popular hostelry. Two long tables were well filled by tnose present and the 'bill of fare was sufficient to satisfy the most epiairean taste. At the first -table, presided over by D. S. Beach, as the official head of the .Board of Trade, JtJarKer, the honored guest, of the eve- ning; Mayor J. T. Brown, councillors Jno. Holmes and C. W. -Burr, Rev. Mr. Whiteman, Messrs. Mark .Spencer, Dr. C. H. Nelson, F. 'W: C. Phipps, Practical Suggestions The last two made some very-prac- tical and suggestive' remarks as to growing more and better products, care in of rarities of grain, Oeautifying our with trees and by diligent pro- gressive methods making this the Best' District in the Best Province of the Best Colony of Great'Britain fam- ed .throughout the .world well as the Smpire. Eilling in..his speech re- ferred to the -winnings- of -this district at Edmonton. Calgary, Lethbridge, Winnipeg, -Billings, at- last year's Dry Congress, and he de- exhibition clared that he r-had: :rnp hesitancy in H. Steed. S. Williams. R: Wm; pronouncing the'iCardStdn. corner .of Filling, Jos. Y. Card and H. B. Brown. I Alberta the best -w.lieat producing dis- The second table under the charge j trict in the of Wm. Laurie, was fortunate; inj "Tne real estate 'men" was- ably tne presence of W. C. Simmons, Ex- j sp0ndea to Jos: TV JM.F.P., and one -of -Cardston's found'- ..Mr_, ou-r ers .as an incorporated town and itsjgugsts- and the speech evening first solicitor, as well as Messrs. Mar-jR-as listened- to with1 rapt 'attention tin Woolf, late president of the Board of Trade; P. Low, Van Brown, H. A. Donovan, W. S. .Jo'hnston, G. H. jtiarman, Dr. Ardiel, Sergeant "Maylor and J. A. Hammer, president of the fair association. After the sumptuous repast follow- ed the toasts and responses. D. S. whenever I felt the aches and pains s of rheumatism coming on, or felt any of the stiffness. The result was truly wonderful. Zam-Buk seemed 'to pene- trate to the very seat of the pains, driving them completely out, and I am now quite cured." So many of the ordinary embroca- tions and liniments are imperfectly prepared and not sufficiently refined to penetrate even 'the less the underlying muscles. Zam-Buk ia totally different. Zam-Buk is so re- fined and its essences and juices are so 'concentrated, that when into the muscles for rheumatism, sciatica, sprain, etc., its effect is very quickly felt. If rubbed on to -the chest and be. tween the shoulders in cases of baci cold on the chest, Zam-Buk will give relief. Apart from its use as an em- brocation, Zam-Buk will 'be found a for all ordinary forms of skin disease and injury. It cures 'eczema, rashes, chapped hands, vari- cose veins, burns, bruises, etc. All druggists and stores at oOc., or post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse harmful imitations, was assisted in his labors as toast-master by- ter "The King" Wra. Laurie. Af- and the singing of the south .of us, that "Alberta was ournt to a cinder." Cardston's 'Record In relation to the prizes won, the report would show that Cardston had carried off twelve to Macleod's eleven and that our district had come off with great honor because of our show- ing of agricultural products.. -We had come up against the exhibits of the had been. expended freely by many districts for their ex- hibits in gathering in'the be'st.'Mac- ieod bad spent some and we could count ours at about yet we had gathered in the lion's share of prizes. Outside of some sneaf samples, the great 'bulk of our exhibit had