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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta B.tor. lelllnu or' shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS CO. Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lethbrldgc Special attention given to' consignments and, prompt returns made after mi.loading of cars.. Advances all rt.. Lading if deeired by wire or 'pnone. Offloo at Messra. Asauitl. ft Lindsay's. Dominion Blocl, Urthbr-.O.e. Alta. Phone 1714. P. O. Box .Local Manager L PHONE 471 Our Wall Paper Specials A.TC every day spi-irinls. Write, phone or tall for sample. All grades and prices. The Revlo Co, Avenue South Painters anS Decorators NICE CLEANUP I G overnment s Scheme to Aid -BY NANTON MEN MADE PROFIT ON CAL. GARY PROPERTY HELD FOR A YEAR 'Calgary. Oct. less thnu one year ago for JSS.OOO. uud chang- ing hands HII Monday for not. ting hi forma- owners clear profit, inside tin- year, a corner on Twelfth avenue and First strew, blast, with it frontage ait First street of HO feel, and a depth ft VX feet .ilons the avenue, has Just been sold. Tho new rmrchasev is Hugh AVulsli, and it is that it is his intention io erect an np-to-iliue hotel tmlldiiiK on the site, although details us to the in-w ImlldiiiK are. not yet available. The rise In value of the properly has been steady. Rome years ago i; was Imiislit IVv about Less than twelve months ngo. it Naulon syndicate, consisiins of J..V. Cooper, Fred Ings. Ferris Itawscm. Char- les It.. Marihiill and J. M. Glendinuins'. M.I..A., pnrehasod it from the former owner tor :md it was this syndicate that on Monday released liic Uiul to Walsh for The corner is one of the bysl busi- tho land to Walsh for (Continued from Iront WERE ERECTING .SKATING RINK Home l-'ine Enough iced can he grown on ten; AT ,N RUSSELL RAFTEKS the oals exhibited froir, the Morin-, KELL DOWN KILLING LETH- ville district at the congress. They; BR'iDGE WOMAN'S FATHER Island about seven feet high, ami: yielded 130 bushels to the acre. How. much .belter it would be to feed them Ocl this winter than to sell at, the low the t i nrocess of a "raising bee" in tiic vil- prices .prevailing at thc_ present time.; SalmW, when the PARALYSIS MlifCOIlED Performs Another Miracle BRISTOL, N. II., iplti. 1911 "I hail a stroke, of ,1'imilyKis in March 1910, anil this left me unable to walk or help myself, and the Constipation of the Bowels was terrible. Nothing did me nuy gotxl and I tat wretched in every wuv. I then look "l-'ruii-.i-tives" for the it not only curril me of Ibis terrible trouble, but gradually this fruit medicine toned up the nerves nud cured tlie i'nrulyMS. I grew stronger and stronger until all the Paralysis and weakness Ml me. I am uow well again and attend, my store every ilay. 1 suy "Thank God for l-ruit-a-tives" ALVA PHILLIPS. "Fruit-a-tives" r.ot only cureil the terrible Constipation, but'so toned up the nervous system and 'the general health as to completely overcome tbe palsy. i Truly "Fniit-a-tivfs" is a wonderful medicine. 30-: a bos, 6 for trial size, 2jc. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa. Turkey Gets 'Fleet'in Shape Wednesday, October 1ft, 1012 curved wooden sets oi a rink which is being built by tlie citizens, were te- ing put in position, a violent wind- storm came up and carried thc heavy framework with a crush to tr.e Some two dozen men who i we now i-.aie. vmuimi, cnEa.rCd in the work were caught I hen! of strain Shorthorns m timbers, John Vi. I Canada, and a herd which will bring The problem we are facing now to get thc farmers to remain on their farms during the winter, so dur- ing the past coupic of weeks the goy- eminent has brought in about head of pure bred cows from Ontario, j We now have, without doubt, the test, TOURIST TRADE IS PROFITABLE ONE SWITZERLAND REAPS RICH HAR- VEST FROM SPENDINGS OF FOREIGN MOTORISTS IJerne. Oct. inquiry office at Bern-3has collected figures show- ing that during tbo past summer, up to the end of August, 0940 foreign mo- torists entered Switzerland, B20 more than during the corresponding period and 'it is estimated that rs spent in. the country. ,5. PEOPLE READ THE HERALD jto Alberta some 1 Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite Sth St. 3rd Lethtridge. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING OUR PRICES DR. BASCOMB FOR REGISTRAR Toronto. Horace luccmbe of U-tbridge will succeed to the otlicc of county clerk and local registrar of .the High court for Ontario county, it is understood. These offices have become vacant by the appointment of Theodore -McGillivray. their former occupant, as county court judge of Ontario. Want a Job? Seo us. We have orders from differ- ent points for :ill kinds oC Employ- ment. T. H. Stagg Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridgc aged 55 one of them being killed. Jlanv others had'mir- One cow in the bunch 0 tano. record. 1 he herd is. on OVK a .pnESJ Sedgewiek demonstration; farm. At become irightcu- Stony.Plain we have another herd 01 ,-hd t ofjhc building. j are herds of Ayrshires. Tlie object of the govenunfiil is to jgivc thc farmers an .opportunity io 'buy at cost thii strains-of tat-, lie, ami thus make Alberta Hie live j stock centre it. should be.. :Aml ii the fanners 'buy these they wilf have something on their farms of which they will be proud, will he money makers, and which nw will keep them on .the farm during Mrs R. .Howard Uth St., .this city, is a daiighU-r oi Mr. Low. j Mrs. Uob'son left for Hie east Stttur- day night. the winter.'' Alberta, Mr. BE TRIED AFTER ELECTION Milwaukee, Oct. At- torney Winfred G. Seabel. of Milwau- kee county, tonight announced that J. Schrank. Col. Roosevelt's as- sailant, would not be brought to trial Hotchkiss said, is the until after the national election. He Kentucky of Canada in the. now it is to rank with On- tario as a dairy province, and to complete the bill, the has shipped in a large herd oi purebred hogs will be sold to thc iarm-' ers at cost. Alter these have been established, attention will be turned lo sheep. horse j 3iljj the trial would foe opened some j .time between November 11 and la. As an evidence that people read tbo Herald, there has been received 'by the accommo- dations committee of tbe Dry Farming Congress this morn- ins tbe tender of a large 'num- ber of. additional rooms, and tie committee is ouite en- couraged 'and hopeful that still more will make room for tbe visiting .delegates. The committee has rooms in the Royal Bank building, ground floor, and a-, special telephone has been put in, numbered 1630. Call up Mr. McKeolvn at once, and tell him what yon can do to care for the visitors, and your public spirit will be appreciated. UNDER A POLICEMAN'S CLOAK Moose Jaw, Oct. Moyse, son of Jaek Moyse, a Winnipeg liveryman, is under arrest here, facing two ser- ious charges, and it is asserted that a number of others will be laid. Moyse left Winnipeg last spring for Saskatchewan, and immediately be- came acquainted with of the R, X. W. M. P., and sitim-d io repre- sent himself as a plain clothes man of that force, thus obtaining !he con- fidence of many. He will appear In police court tomorrow, having been brought in from Milestone tonight, where he was arrested. He states that he will plead guilty, electing for a summary trial. THE LAST DAY OF ATTICIPATION NAMES OHANDIDATES TOMORROW Be Sure You Have a Place in the List-There is Always Room for an Energetic Costs Nothing to Enter and Your Reward is Cash Prize For Some One Tomorrow each Candida, entered in ma.e, a ihe jail expenses SSOO Angelus player piano. i McMillan upright, piano. I 5250 onlcr