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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILTV '.t'CRALU, TUESDAY, OCTOBER II THE FINEST LEAVES From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in! "SALAD A" TEft It is packed in sealed lead pack- ets to preserve its fine flavor and aroma- 40c, 50c and OOc per pound At all grocers. Irrigation Near Fernie F-ernie, Oct. >vars ago a of Spokane men purchased acres of bench land situate 1 'between the Elk and Kootenay riv- ers near where they unite, and distant from Fernie about twenty-five miles 'by rail over the Great. Northern i ail- way. These lands lie just beyond the foot of the Rockies in th? .'famous Kootenay valley and at an 'altitude of feet; or nearly feet lower than the altitude of These lands had 'long :beea regarded as comparatively worthless, was scattered sparsely District News BOWVILLE Bowville, Oct. 17 .-Algot Carlson is going to Washington shortly. John Mills has purchased the Roy- al Moss farm. He now has three quarter sections. i s. A. Wyman and Jim Rave have just returned from tlie Big Bow Kiv- or where the latter has a place. Walch and Currey, of Barons, are si-en on our streets quite often these days. Rev. Ball had a fine congregation on Sunday. Xeri Sororson, who was baalv kicked by one of his horses some time had his knee attended to by a which moistened the roads aud set- tled the dust. Vfe only need a little more and our farmers would be busy discing and working up their lands. them with a sprwkliiu.' of fir tamarack. But knowledge born of t-x-j physician of Lethbridge perienw with .similar lands gave to i proving slowly. these pioneers oi irrigation in. thp i upper Kootenay valley, courage to spend large sums of money in order to put a portion of these lands under! He is im- MASINASIN NEWS Masinasin, Oct. l8.-The neighbor- irrigation pleted a and they canal over have four C0m miles in' Masinasin has been real busv the last week, and most- of them CHINAMAN FIRED AT WHITE WINDOW-SMASHER j i Edmonton Police Have Man Arrest- ed at St.-- John, N. B. for Fraudulent Dealing Edmonton, Oct. Jam, a well known local Celestial, who now conducts a restaurant near the packing plant, was arrested' this morning by the R. N. W. M. P. on a charge of firing a revolver at John with intent to do grievious bodily harm. It is alleged that as a result of a quarrel and the smash- 's ing oi the windows of the house, the Chinaman' pursued Kit-son some dis- up the'road and discharged a I number of shots the fast fleeing u-nd badly scared man. "Mali Jim will come up for trial before Inspec- tor Worseley, on Tuesday evening. length which enables them to take sufficient water out of Creek to irrigate acres of the land iyint south and east of Baynes lake, a gfiu of a sheet of water lying at the north west angle of the big tract where the station called Boynes is situated. The Kooteuay Elver Land Co., of which 'Mr. J. A. Tonney is secretary. rich thev are at the pros- The' case against B, Harry Finn, LJ--" __.I .-o o know how ent writing. Sundei-man, of Warner, lias been i-.oing the threshing. Most- of -the grain has been yielding well. Mr. Tomson hauled over one load of oat bundles, and got 52 -bushels. Wm. Rouley is building quite a bouse. Mr. Lewison is doing the ana ma nager has sold more than 600 i -Roan Connor and D. tot -irrigated' are to Lethbridge to save for the yellow pine blocks oi five and ten acres each tlu. corr. m.xt I.Ion-day. over several homes have already been j Sntrprlei-. Oi 5Iilt River, took LETHBRIDGE MARKETS So. 1 Northern............ 0 82 No. 2 Northern.........V 79 No. 3 Northern 076 No. 1 Alberta Ked 81 2 Alberta Red 078 3 Alberta Red 075 per cwt.................. 070 Barley........-.............. 0 25 .'Flax 1 00 Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib.......OO3X 000 Cows, per ib......... 0 03% 0 00 '.Live, per cwt. 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt........ 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 10 00 Butter and Egge: _ 'Dairy butter 0 25 formerly of Edmonton, rested last week in St. John, N. B., has been settled and Finn has beem released from custody. He was vj- w.ith! obtaining money byuu hive anything to sell or to rent plice it it this column. II you want anything; use column. 25c one insertion 6 fur SI SITUATIONS VACANT LAND FOR SALE FOR acres, three miles from Taber. 200 acres ready for crop. Price per acre. Terms 1-2 crop until paid. Int. 5 per cent. Call on E. B. Tuinter, Tabsr. 259-12 FOR a bargain, south half of 9-8-19. If interested, phone 350 or cull at our office, Room 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Development no., Ltd. 240-0 THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia Block Redpath St. once. Good house- i keeper to take charge of home. Mo- 0 i ther temporarily sick. 5 children. 2 girls old anough to help. Stephen Diamond City. Residence in Boseh, town. 262-2 GOES TO WINNIPEG good geueial servant at once. Family of two. Apply Mrs. E Portage la Prairie, Man., Oct. j H. Wilson, Cor. Redpath Ashmead. D. Woodside, pastor of the Pres-' byterian chorch at Franklin, Man., has resigned his -charge to accept the pastorate of the Sherinah avenue Presbyterian church of Winnipeg. No successor has been chosen yet by the Franklin congregation. FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- [bridge; y room house, cistern, eel- and phone. Stable 22 horses. 80 acres in fail wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay produc- ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all .ma- chinery, cattle, horses and house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100 per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter .cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald! experienced dress- maker sewing by the day. Apply Miss M. J. Schmitz, Box 2, Lethb'ridge. 262-6 immediately, girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. W. M. Lambert, 1272 Redpath St. 62-1 THE BRITISH COLUMBIA AND MANITOBA RAILWAY COM- PANY TO THE SHAREHOLDERS: lomes nave aireaay uee" i Sat-terlei-, oi fuiiK nivei, A large greenhouse has out itt this direction on Fri- i accused back to Edmonton, when the specter Worseley, of the R. N. W. M. NOTICE is tereby given that_ where-' Police of this city. Corpojol Davies' was all ready to start to-bring the vw-v Hi i j installed by. Mr. Stanley and it He took with him a cattle buy- I case was settled, stocked with" house plaints rais- j er to Seigler's Ranch, ed from seeds and the owner expects i Farmers who are too busy to dig to be able to supply largely the de-it.oal can hire Mr. Kippen to do the niand for winter lettuce, etc. in as )ie has a team there to clean djrt and slack. nie and other nearby points during) the coming winter. All this has beenj done so quietly and with so little j SPRING COULEE flourish of trumpets that when Mr-1 Sprintr Oct; Tonney came to Fernie a few merv back ago and'advertised an-excursion Trading Co. x Em- PROMINENT. CITIZEN OF BALTIMORE SHOT HIMSELF Baltimore, Md., Oct. A. Wroth, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, and one of the leading grain statisticians of the 'country, Baynes for yesterday few people, Q yesterday where lie has 'been knew much about his project.' A special train of five coaches wasj run over the G. N. to the lands and the passengers were .shown over the irrisration' works and the new settle- ment just starting. Lunch was serv-j Cardston y.esterday. ed to all and free rides on a. gasoline' Hammet retumeu from Leth- The new bridge across the coulee is finished.' Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Kelly went' to Thev will re- Creamery butter .Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. J. Onions, per Ib. Feed: ._ Hay ,prairie Hay, blue joint Hides: Dry............... Oured............ Rendered Tallovr: 1, per No! 2, per Ib. 0 30 0 30 1 00 0 03 0 00 0 00 0 30 035 040 1 50 0 05 10 00 13 EO U4 o.po 0 00 004X 003X Turner Grain Commission Lineham blk., Calgary, Altai 1 314 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited I'- Liberal Advances i Prices; in store Fort Cars'.-past "Winnipeg, Galgary, Alta., Oct. 15, Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT Nc.l Northern..... .92 .834 2 c.vr .34 BARLEY No. 3. .47 FLAX 1.54 1.52 T. E. PATTESON, Agent Lethbridge. kunch was given to all "who desired turn today. milch plougbing will be done the ride up the Kootenay river. around spring Coulee this fall, the It has been long a question of; bdng too dry> doubt in the minds of many as to the! Meggrs NTortoa and Collett passed possibility of growing fruit on these h Spring Coulee the first of lands but these people have had week on their retuni ,to Ray- perience in. that line in, other local- mond from the mountains. They ities very 'in almost every been weefc at respect to the conditions at Baynes, I ,hunting an.d fisbiing. his home at Vanbibber, 'Md., yester- day and'-died last 'night as: the re- sult. He was 55 years old. Mr. Wroth was known to have been involved in considerable personal financial trou- ble, and has .been unable to "attend-to his JbusHiess interests in this city during the summer owing to nervous prostration. He had been connect- ed with the local Chamber of Com- merce tor over thirty years. mountailis and are fully ..aware that the orne thing required is a constant and re- retunred yesterday -from Magrath-. liable supply -of water to make of j these lands the best of fruit -and veg- _ fnct Up iu.3 te- stable r tall There is a "stretch of country over! are 100 miles long byrtwenty wide, stretch-j lots Twenty, acres-- of- land" have The new Presbyterian Church is go- "It will be finished this in town surveying ing from the. International boundary teen purchase'd farm to" Canal Plots above Fort Steele, much bf which can be' brought un- and twenty acres the Shoemaker farm -to go into town der irrigation.---and which ___The railroad is. being fenced irom to.-be.-good- for; the'small farmer and; farm' to the coulee. a Result of thisj ,The steei .bridges across the canal pioneer undertaking more w_ere painted last terns of irrigation will soon be Mr. Myron Allred of Ravmond came on foot which will bring settlers Sprin? Coulee Monday-to do some the valley and fresh fpuits -and veg-j piowin-c etables to Fernie and all-other towns; along the Crow. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kendall will farm as the requirements of The Railway Act to incorporate The British Colum- bia and Manitoba Eailway Company ,have been fully complied with, so j as to permit- of the organization of the Company, a meeting-of the Share- holders of the Company will be held at the law "offices of Messrs. Johnston Ritchie, adjoining the Union Bank, at Lethbridge, Alberta, on Tuesday the Second day of November, 1909, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of receiving the report of the provisional directors -of; the Company, .organizing the Company, electing directors and transacting'all other business which may properly be brought, before such meeting. HENEY EOT, FRANCIS W. ROLT, JULES J. FLEUTOT, J. B. T. CARON, EDWARD HOFFMAN, For Provisional Directors. Dated, Lethbridge, September 30th. 1909. DOCTORS SAID ONLY ZAM-BUK COULD CURE HER ECZEMA In view of the numerous cures which Zam-Buk has worked when, all else has failed, there is little won- der that in the end the doctor at- tending Mrs. J. P. St. Denis, of ..305, Thompson Street Winnipeg, should tell her there was nothing but, Zana- Nov. 1, or as soon as convenient; good general servant. Good wages paid. Apply 650 Crabb St. 260-6 .Office. 255-0 A GREAT SNAP-In B. C. fruit lands. 10 acre tract for sale cheap. Very easy terms. No inter-set. Rail- road facilities for'shipping. Al soil. Or, will exchange for city property- if taken soon. J. Francis, Lethbridge P.O. or last tent west of new steam laundry, after 6 o'clock, 258-6 FOR acres 'of choice land 3 miles from good fenced, 20 acres winter wheat, 120 acres atub- ble. Balance prairie meadow, which can be WORK and clean- ing. Mrs. Richards, 837 Crabb St. 260-3 good general servant. an AI piece of land and is only i3rmiles iroiu Lethbridge. Pries for quick sale per acre, cash, balance one-half crop payments with interest at 8 per cent. Apply Canadian Real Lstate Co., Bryan Block, Room- 9 Phone 211. Apply Mrs. J. J. "Johnston, cor., Gly-n j 258-6 Bompas St. 160-0 one ac- customed to land business preferred. 259-6 PROPERTY FOR SALF woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk; Lumber Co. F.V G. Watera, iuperinterident, Hos- mer, B. C. WANTED-15. carpenters at once. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing .Co. 249-0 general ser- vant. Wages Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 320 Ashmead, St. 255-0 respectable girl. Apply 1010 Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the under .-igned up: to, and in- cluding the 31st day of October 1903 foi the construction of a Water Works system in the town of.Tabef. All. tenders to be accompanied by a certified cheque for 5 per cent, of Buk could cure. her. The result show- bid. Plans and specifications can be :'ed the far-seeing "wisdom of this prac- ,titioner, -and having been completely 'cured by (Zam-Buk.' Mrs. St." Deais gives her experience for the' benefit of other surfers. She says: "Eczema started on'one side of my face and nose.. At first my cessarily accepted, nose felt sore, similar to what one at the office of. the Secretary. Treasurer. The lowest or any 'tender not ne- feels when having a bad -cold. I paid no attention to thinking it would pass away in a .day or so, but to my surprise it got worse. The nose then became swollen and hard, G-EO. C. Secretary-Treasurer. CARPENTERS inside finish -work. Have 5 houses to finish. Will have steady work all winter for a gang of men. Apply new cottage northeast of Stacey's Lumber Co. Yards, Nortfo Ward. J. H. White. 5S-6 general ser- vant. Apply after 4. Mrs. Barford. 419 Burdett St. 258-0 FOR hoxises, new and-up to date, just east of Westminster -on William street. These are snaps and worth investigation. Price 00 each. cash. Balance 00 per month. Apply The Canadian Real EstateOoV Room 9, Bryan Block. -Phona-aU. 25S-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR a thriving town on maia line C. P. Implement Lumber, yard busin-ees, together with office and two lots. A paying propo- for live man. For particulars write P. 0. Box 1915, Lethbridge, 262-6 FOR team of 6 year old geldings. Thoroughly broken. Apply Box P., Herald Office. 262-6 FOR milk: cows cheap Ap- ply Viner, Bailey St.. North 'Ward. 260-6 First class "book-keeper at once. general. .merchandise store. Must have Apply at Smith -Bros. Wilson's office. 58-6 Bright energetic young' man, 'Must be able to handle type- writer and, keep" double entry set-'of preferred iwlio has ex- RANGE FOR of the very best makes 4-hole range, complete with large reservoir, large warming closet. A snap at Box 1997. Apply P.O. 260-6 perience in real estate office. Apply to Frank A. Maxwell, Helgerson Land and Investment Co. 260-0 .general serv- Union TABER: ant. Apply Mrs. Anderson. Banfc 260-4 .waitress. Canadian Res- :Burdett St. 'near .Depot. 261-0 and turned H purplish red, as October, 1909. as part' of the cheek on that side of -______________ my .face. i "As the dis'jass developed pimples j. and ulcers broke out, then the skin It is authoritatively stated there is no warrant for statements I going rounds of press that govern-! ment is about; to provide j i move on.their farm j cracked in places and! peeled off in next week. flakes, leaving my face and nose raw that! Mr, and Mrs. T. Irvine leave next and sore. This reacted on for Minor, -N. D. for Montreal harbor commission improvements. Harrington Draying and General Transfer SUNDIAL NEWS for Sundial, Oct. and Mrs. Ed. I Olson and two youngest childreb, of j North Dakota, are spending a couple Smoke "Duke's weeks visiting at the home of Mrs. tured by H. J. Cunningham', Leth-j Ed Qlson's sister, Mrs. C. F. Olson. bridge. 260-6 Miss Maynec Barnes spent the week at Mrs._L. Graham's ranch. Mrs. L. Graham made-'a business j trip to Lethbridge last week. j Mr. S. Kunston's house will soon-: be completed. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones expect 16 spend the. winter of Mrs. Gra- ham's ranch. Oct. 5th, to Mr. 'and Mrs. C. F. Ols-en, a bouncing big baby boy. Mrs. A. P. Rose is visiting -with friends and relatives at Lethbridge. j Mr. Gilbert Johnson is again to be j seen on his being gone all summer. We are glad to see all our young; j men doing their duties on their home- steads. Sad news reached a few of our Sun- dial people, when vthey heard of the sad accident which happened Magnus Koefod on the Rainy River at Spoon- er. H-e was out taking a Sunday re- creation canoeing on the river when his friend, Mr. a bird and their little canoe capsized and Monnie and friend made a desperate struggle to reach shore, Mr. Severt- son 'vvas able to swim, but Monne, could not, hung onto the boat for quite a while, and -when lie could Prompt attention to all Coal Orders. C. O. D. Phone 365 FOR SALE The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to rem and clean up ground wit days. Proposals for same i ceived up to Monday, September i same thirty be re- 27th my general health, and I became very ill. I could get no sleep at night be- cause of the irritation and the pain, and my .'face was in such a shocking condition that for two months I did not go out of the house. I ap- plied remedies which' were supposed to b2 good for skin diseases, but in doctor also treated me, but without effect, tmtil one day -he said that the only thing which would- now be likely to cure me was Zam-Buk. "Acting on his advice, I procured a supply and found_ that even the first irw applications had a soothing ef- fect c-n the sores. I left off everything else in favor of .this balm, and -ap- plied it liberally, every day to affected ports. In a remarkably short time, considering the obstinate nature of my disease, we saw traces of improve- ment, which encouraged us to perse- vere with the Zam-Buk treatment. Zam-Buk reduced the discoloration, then the hard swelling- began to show traces of leaving, the sores seemed less angry, and- in about three weeks' time most of the sores healing nicely. To cut a long- story short, I continued with the Zam-Buk treatment until .my face was cleared completely of all traces of the trouble some ond painful eczema." Such -was the experience of Mrs. St. Denis, and scores of other sufferers could tell of similar experience. Zam- Buk is Nature's own healer, being composed-of pure herbal healing es- sences, and free from all trace of onimal fat or mineral poi- son. It is -a sure cure for cuts, lacer- ations, burns, eczema, ring worm, poisoned woand, festering sores, bad leg, and all skin injuries and diseas- es. Zam-Buk also a cure for piles. Druggists and stores everywhere sell at 50c a box, or post free from the Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, on receipt of Ton are warned against cheap and -harmful imitations sometimes represented as "ust as good." SYNOPSIS OF. CANADIAN NORTH- A" wet nurse for baby 3 months old. Applv at once to Mrs. R.