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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LITHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, IMI. FlVf. NE taste another invites To rouse dejected appetites. TJ 11 Worcesteilyhife nolbrooKS oa Made and bottled in England COMPTROLLER WHITE SURPRISED Per Month will buy you AN ORCHARD HOME -X. on the shores of the beautiful ARROW LAKE, BRITISH COLUMBIA .Mr. P. A. O'Farrell, of New York, in a letter to T. P. O'Connor, the prominent" editor in Great Britain, says in and tempests are utterly unknown, and as unknown are the extremes' of heat and cold. Pic- ture Killarney on'a'.vast, and far more "beautiful scale, and free from the tempests arid mists and rain, and you begin to realize 'the Arrow Lakes, with their beauty, grandeur and attractiveness. "You are right in directing the attention of your readers to British Columbia. The picturesque beauty of its lakes and, rivers and the sublime grandeur, of it? mountain 'r "scenery, find no upon this globe of ours. And its- and soil are.all that are desirable .for men and women wh-a love open air life and bracing mountain air and an occasional hunt for caribou The apples grown on the shores of these lakes are the finest I have ever tasted, finer even than those. from Lord Aberdeen's wonderful about fifty miles fur- ther west. There is something in'the sun, in the soil, in tHie serene atmosphere, in the ozone of these pure woods and in the absence of strong winds, the growth and blossom and bloom of the apple in this country as nowhere -else on earth." We will be glad to give you full you can secure ah Orchard Home adjoining trie town of Nakusp on payments of a Month We-guarantee land is the best'in the whole "WEST KOOTENAY DISTRICT, British Columbiar, The location gives each purchaser all of the advantages of an up-to-date and.the best climate-in Canada. EVERY TRACT OVERLOOKS THE LAKE> And Faces on a Graded Street YO.IJ WILL Dp WELL AT and passenger trains on the railroads and steamboats on the lake. 4 Hot Mile Lake Shore Boating, Pishing, Abundant 'purewater. EVERYBODY PROSPEROUS AT NAKUSP No Crop Cold Wincte, Let us a map of Pruit-Districts and official sta- tistics, Soils, ''Cdstr -of. Land- Production per .acre of Different- -Fruitsy: and': selling Building Materials and Scenes1 'on the Arrow Lake and other: valuable you nothing. Write today. ADDEESS your Natural Resources Securities Company, Ltd. NAKUSP, B.C. District News LOST LAKE The Southern Alberta Land com- pany survey party are in the district getting the elevation for their ditch. It will probably come within three or four miles from the post office, though nothing is certain just yet. They expect to be working at the ditch in this part next spring: The farmers will be pleased to see it, and they will be more pleased to see the electric railway, as it is" expected to come near. here. The farmers are through with their threshing in this district. R. Hoover's wheat went 20 'bushels, and his oats 30 bushels. W. Martin's wheat went 20 bushels. I Martin's wheat went 18 bushels, -and oats 34- bushels. Comptroller Fred White, of the R. N.W.M.p. of Ottawa, paid a flying visit t9 the city yesterday. Mr. White stated that the only thing he had to say about his visit was the" wonderful -advancement, he has seen here since his last visit. It was about thirty years ago when he paid his first visit to the spot where Lethbridge now stands. "Then, he remarked, "there were only In- dians and buffalo." Since then he has been back several times, but this last visit is an eye-opener to him as to the wonderful strides which the city is now making. Everything in connection with the" police is very satisfactory. Mr. White Perry, who accompanied him, went west-this afternoon. WARNER Warner, Oct. Next Monday, Monday, Oct. 25, is the day set apart by the Canadian Government for spe- cial thanksgiving to God for. the blessings of the past: year. The -peo- ple of Warner, accordingly, are pre- paring to observe the day in. an ap- propriate manner. A special Thanks- ,giving sermon will, be preached at ele- ven a.m. A public dinner will be served in tfie prayer-room of the church from twelve to three, o'clock, 'and everybody is urged to help to make this undertaking a success. An address will be given and a short program will be rendered in the ev- 'ening at Besides this, samples of the products of the surrounding country, will be displayed. The meet- ing pjace for the entire day will be the' church, and the thank offerings of the day will :be used towards provid- ing a reading room and a library. thanksgiving, services and this exhibition of farm products .is for the entire town and 'surrounding country. And let us, one and gin now to "count ings" an-d then let us all come out, taWparfc in, en joyHhV'services. Remember the time and places, Mon- day, Oct. il-v o- clock' a. m 7.30 at the church...' V ANOTHER REAL ESTATE COMPANY Bruce Beagle and Lou Harbeke form IlUnois-AlbeHta -Realty Another strong firm launched out in the Eeal Estate arena this morning when Bruce Beagle and Louis' Har- beke formed a partnership to do bus- iness under the" firm name "The Illi- nois Alberta Realty. Company." Mr.-Beagle is one team who built up a large business and first class reputation for the Beagle-Max- well Land Co. Mr. Harbeke has been associated with for some time and has made good. He has shown he is as much at honlfe in business life as 'he .is when slugging a baseball of bringing the ducks down. The company' will' continue to do business at, the'old -Beagle and Max- well stand but expect to occupy new quarters in the near.future. This company already have a big connection throughout the states and control a large area in Southern Al- berta. They ajgo intend -to push the pity property end of the business. If hustle and fair dealing count this firm will get its share of business. 'Clary's Sask-Alta Steel Range is built to be very, .very easy on fuel as well as a perfect baker and cooker. To describe in detail the various schemes which save fuel would be too long a story for this space, we ask you to allow the McGlary agent to tell you how the following features save Wide Fire Duplex Lined and Anti-Rust Coated Top and Bottoni of Oven with Asbestos Uning-- Heat Retainer at Back of Oven. NEW DAYTON. New Dayton, Oct. farmer.-; are all busy hauling their grain in. There are several cars being shipped every week. Mr. L: Peterson is buying grain for the Jones Dill Co. Mr. G-. C. McDonald has been sick the past week with-a severe cold.. Dr. Beck returned Saturday from a hunting trip with seventy-six ducks- Mr, .and Mrs. C. L Mahood spent las't week in Lethbridge. Mr. .-R. E. Watkins is erecting a fine residence on his farm east of town, Mr. Roi Risinger is having the bass ment of his house cemented up. Mr. H. Becker of the Becker- I Yates Lumber Co. is in town today 'looking after business matters. I Mr. D. E. Hunter is" erecting a fine granary on his. farm east of town. cher Creek as soon as they have-dis- ,Mr.; Risinger has a friend visiting him from Indiana this week. PINCHER CREEK Pincher Greek, Oct. town- ship iri the Peigan Reserve, east, of town is to be thrown open for sale on November 20th. Colligan's Minstrels are booked for the opera house here on November 26th. _ The' inspection of the public school cadet corps takes place on Friday, October 29th, at 10 o'clock in the At 4.30 Wednesday -afternoon West- minster Church was the scene of a very pretty wedding, when the pastor Rev. A. A. Lytle joined in holy wed-j lock Mr. William Henry Kast, dray- man, of McKay and; Miss Lucy Gockerell, Torrance... Aye': The groom was Alonzo Stev- lenspn, while Cockerell, sis- ter of.the bride, A number of frieh'ds vof tilie con- tra parties' witnessed the cere- iucny> -after w.hich they to ..the bride's'. wlioire ah 'elaborate dinner was serv- ed: Mr. and Mrs. Kast will reside in' Norlj Ward on their .return from their v.-tsdding -trip. LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Go. 'I: ycu' Kve out of tovn ua." MARRIAGE NEAR PINCH.ER FINANCIERS IN SUIT J Montreal, Oct. first class ac- j lion w-as entered in the Superior J Court here by David Russell, the i financier, William MacKen- of MacKenzie Mann. The de- i tails were refused by the attorneys. I JNTOHISF USING Zam-Buk on a cut or scratch is insuring yourself against the dar.ger of blood-poisoning, festering, or inflam- mation. As soon as you sustain an injury a scratch from barbed -wire, a cut, a burn, a pat on a little Zam-Buk, and then don't worry! Zam-Buk kills the disease germs, which, entering wounds, set up festering, etc. Not only so, but Zam-Buk the cells to rapid action, and in this way builds wp healthy skin very quickly; also> it eases pain and smarting. j .jaaEaar You have ease, Insurance against blood- poisoning, and rapid only Zam-Bok combines the three! Try it! I Mr. Alf Hy. Orth, of Shipley says ".While at work recently I had I the misfortune to mn a rasty wire nail under my thumb nail, to the depth of I about one and a half inches. The pain was terrible, and what I feared was that the nail, being- so dirty and rusty, would set up festering and blood-poisoning. I knew, from previous experience, how good Zam-Buk was. so I cleaned the wound, melted a little of the balm, and ran it into the wound. The result was wonderful. It soothed- the the thumb actually did not swell. Zam-Buic kept away all inflammation. I was able to go on with my work all the time, and in a few days the thumb was as good as ever." morning. There is likely to be' a good turn out of spectators, as par- ents and others have been requested to be present. The Dawson Bros, are leaving Pin- posed of their present stock, which is being sold at prices by Lewis Bros. Co., of Spokane and Chica- go, They are all gentlemanly young fellows and will be missed by a num- berof friends thev have made since The marriage took place at Mount Pleasant Ranch, near Pincher Creek, on Wednesday evening of "Miss Ruth Ma-dolin Allison Charles Hiscocks. The peremdny., whtoh took place at the residence, of the bride's parents, was. performed by Rev. R. E. Finlayv pastor of the Methodist Church. Tie wedding was a quiet but'pretty one, only the im- mediate relatives of the bride and with a few: intimate friends being present. Both ,the bride and bridesmaid were charmingly dressed, the latter being Miss G-rac.e Allison, while the groomsman's 'duties were corning here. They ton. return to Nan- 1 performed by Mr. H. IPurkiss.- The newly married pair left on the even- Our town solicitor, Mr. A. C. Rein- mis, entertained Judge Carpenter and a few other friends at his residence on Tuesday evening last. Dr. Warnock. M.P.P., was away this week -performing the duties of ing's train for a short honeymoon after which they will, take up their residence in Siairmore. The bride is very popular here among a widej cir- cle of friends and acquaintances, who wish the happy judge in the horse classes at the' and success in their .High River exhibition. through life. On account of November 1st being a fast -day, the harvesters' dance and supper in aid of the hospital, the couple all happiness united journey date has been changed to November 3rd. Mrs. F. Willock has gone to spend a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. S. L. Fraser, at Proctor, B. C. S. O. E. WHIST DRIVE The local lodjre of the iSons of Enr- BANKERS SURPRISED AT GREATER FERNIE (Special to' The Fernie, Oct. furnbull, of Hamilton, 'general manager of the Bank of Hamilton, accompanied" by H. A. Aylwin, of Winnipeg, western examiner of branches of thet well known financial institution, spent a day or two in town with local Man- ager leaving, to-day for Nel- son on their western tour. Greater Fernie looked great them, and they were well pleased with the great progress made; inr the building line, especially satisfied were they- with the fine, new "red. brick structure now nearing completion, in which their Fernie branch will soon be housed. This building is- of Calgary red brick, with Calgary sandstone trim- mings. These red bricks placed alongside of the beautiful cream-colored bricks turned out by the Fernie Manufactur- ing Co. makes a very pleasing con- tract in .color of the buildings erect- ed on the main street. f. A. Hollinrake, of the A. R. Wil- liams of. Toronto, was looking after business and visiting old friends in town to-dav. POPE WATCHED AIRSHIP Rome, Oct. One of the "Italian military dirigible balloons came from Brasciano to Rome, a distance of 19' miles, in thirty minutes 'today. The dirigible executed evolutions over the city passing over the gardens of the Vatican, was seen by the' Pope, who was taking-, his -daily walk at the time. The Pontiff stopped to watch the evolutions and admired the grace- fulness exhibited. The dirigible flew so _low that its occupants could be clearly distinguished. It wili pay yo'u'to trade with us. Pioneer" Lumber Co. land opened the social side of its win-j ter's work last night with a very successful whist drive., The whist drives held last winter proved so popular that the i nrns, bruises, sprains. festering sores, ulcers, varicose ulcers. Prairie itch, ring-usortn scalp-sores, bad lex