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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MMMt POUR THE FINEST LEAVES District News From Ceylon Tea Plantations are contained in To If You Suffer From Or Neuralgia. Soldiers All Along the Route (Continued from Front Page) Be Lighted It is packed in sealed lead pack- ets to preserve its fine flavor and aroma. 40c. 50c and GOe per pound f At all grocers. Blairmore, 'Oct. 23. The Rocky i Mountain Cement Co., at last have all their machinery in and are at [present testing their cement, which 1 will mean an earlv opening of. the The kidneys' are not as -strong as they should be and fail to filter from the Frequent attacks of Headaches or Neuralgia are Nature's warnings of Blood Poisoning. The paiu is due simply to the tortured nerves, inflamed by the blood being overloaded with because of inactive bowels, kidneys or skin. There is usually chronic Constipation and the foul matter, instead of passing from the body, is absorbed by the blood. Gore let Obstinate Sore Are You Satisfied with your milk supply'? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter SON mammoth works, another lift for this i busy little burg. The above coin-; Ipany, needing electricity for them-; i selves are also placing lights through-; i out the town, utilizing the old Mac- ili'od lirm's .poles. Men are already at i j work wiring the town. Thank good- j ness, no' more lamps after the first of j I November. j i Jack Fisher is away on a trip to; j the North Fork. Bean Drain is back [rum a trip to the same place. I MacLarcn's saw mill is busy recru-, i tang men for their winter's the blood, the necessary amount of I ers. Also as near 'the station had been allowed to come were thousands of persons who cheered loudly as their Majesties met. Emperor Nich- olas appeared in excellent health and best humor. His coach had been dec- orated with the Italian and Ri-ssian colors. King Victor Emmanuel step- ped forward toward the Imperial car- i riage as the Emperor appeared in the doorway and descended to the plat- form. The Sovereigns embraced and Daily Herald ft hive anything to sell or to rent place it iw this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one' insertion tor SI SSTUATiO'NS VACANT FOR acres, throe 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. Tainter, Taber. 359-12 FOR a bargain, south hall of 9-8-19. If interested, phone 350 or call at our office, Room 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 240-0 Where Ordinary Salves Fail Zam-Buk Succeeds Chronic sores which cause trouble by "breakinc may fa? cured by Zam-Buk. as well as recent injuries and diseases. If you suffer from some _ perhaps, but nonej quite a number of-men are nocking to, the woods this winter. Bardsley has completed an ar- j r' i c painting job on his residence. F. Hind's four new cottages on the j Pelletier sub-division are bearing completion and will shortly be in! the hands of the painters. Frank Knight is making a good job of the large and high trestle bridge; the for dally.; apply Nature's healing ess; noes asj For a first-class -job in CLEAMKG AND DYEING lies1 or Gents7 Clothes 'call at liam. tells how valuable Zam-Buk is as a family balm. She first used Zam-Buk cuts and bruises, and found it so satis- factory that, my husband started us- ing for a chronic sore. For a long time he had been bothered with an old sore on his _ leg, and -had used lfae same company, various preparations, yet. nothing nadj i, cured it. He began ap-j connect the compam s i- plying Zam-Buk balm ar.d was plant, soon agreeably surprised to notice a great- improvement. Instead of the skin throwing off one and a half pounds of waste matter every day, it becomes inactive and does only half its work, leaving three quarters of a pound of this waste to poison the body. Headache powders and pain killers simply numb the nerves and have no helpful action on the organs causing this poisoning of the blood. To cure Headaches and Neuralgia, the blood must be purified, which can be done j company of infantry only by making the kidneys, bowels and j tion j.jere tjlc raiaisters skin healthy and active. made frcmi concen- trated and intensified fruit juice, is the greatest blood purifying medicine. or "Fruit Liver is a scientific cure for Headaches and Neuralgia, and never fails to cure because "Fruit-a-tives" stops the cause of these troubles. 500. a box, 6 for trial bos, 25 c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. T.. I iady stenographer, 1 4 _ _ 1 f f 1 ill'-' i experienced. Eealty Co. Apply IllinOis-Ai 263-0 kissed each other on both cheeks, a moment the Italian troops present- ed .arms, cannon belched forth a. sa- lute, the bands struck up the Russian National Anthem and the crowd cheerecl frantically. Accompanied by the King, the Emperor reviewed the inside the sta- j nd other experienced man and j government dignitaries were present- wife-to work on ranch. Must be with- !eJ to His Majesty, following which out children, good wages paid. Ap- by -working- man, no family, good 'home for the winter, easy job. Address Box 12, Herald office, stating age and wages. 267-6 ply Box 595 or Phone 304. 267-0 clothing j ceremony the Sovereigns emerged j___________________________ from the station and entered a carri- j age. i salesman- who -understands As the people outside caught sight j and gents' furnishing business. Ap- of the King and his Russian guest, m 5t- south of Bank of the cheering renewed and contin- ued as their Majesties drove away. FOR proposition will pay its way. "Will rent' 1-2'section ir- rigated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 0 room house, cistern, cel- lar and phone. Stable 22 horses. SO acres.-in fall 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. Office 255-0 PROPERTY rOR SA'LF' sevet roomed house in Rivefview, furnished hot 'and cold water, eewer. handles. Terms easy. Apply Box City. .265-0 Montreal. 265-6 i Bricklayers wanted at i once. Apply Smith Bros. Wilson. WARNER i Warner, Oct. Kenney, prin- t 05ox ou f oia sure on ait> ivy.r awu uocv'-; f0r same company v.-Mch will k-ipal of our the tea- J various preparations, hadj with their jchers' meeting; at Lethbridge Thurs- }-day and and reports a very Mr. Menard's new'house on the Pel- pleasant and profitable session, letier sub-division, is. now complet-i Mr, Johnson's residence is now and Mr. W. Fisher is renting it. j nearirig completion. This makes a ly cleansed the sore of- all foul mat-j A government survey party improvement ;in that part of J ter and healing commenced. It is i 7yir. Young in charge, passed through' town. TWP now sor? wasjtown to-dav with the intention of Thanksgiving services will be held THE CITY DYE WORKS completely closed, and there is no! _._ ,nf fmrn jinrhe 264-6 Phone "353 i likelihood of its breaking out again, j camping a little south oi the .own. "Since then my baby, eighteen W. Robertson, who for some It will pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co- trade with us. 242-25 timei the forenoon services there will be a months old, has been cured 1 has been an employee of the "41! big dinner served to which, everyone invited. Services in the shortly, evening will be conducted by -the Y. ft will" pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-26 The Famous CADILLAC AUTOMOBILE McKenzie, Dist Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 Wet your Orders in Early. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR Worses. Want offers for about 70" tons of tim- _____________________________________.'0 thy "bay in the stack. Put iu good WA3STLD-A young lady to take Well fenced. Also, one thoroughbred charge of a little ooy for a few hours Clydesdale years, registered, daily. Mrs. G. W. Eobmson, i 423 Burdett St. 264-6 quiet, good worker, Team of small horses, about 1100 each, mare j and gelding, just broke, quiet, good geneial servant at. Team of going on. 4 years mares, un- once. Family of two. Apply Mrs: E. Cor. Bedpath Ash'mead. broke, quiet, make 2800-. Price Can be seen anytime on my farm S. experienced j maker sewing by the day. Apply Miss iM. J. Schtnitz, Box 2, Lethbridge. 262-6 262-6 1-2 Sec. 7, T. 8, R.. 20, -------j southeast of town. J. Palmer, Box dress-i 568, .City. 267-6 This ec- LETH8R1DGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern............ No. 2 Northern......... No 3 Northern......... No. 1 Alberta Red.....- No. 2 Alberta Red Alberta Eed Oats, per cwt. Barley Flax........................ Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib.........0 03 Cows, per Ib. .......0 02% Hogs: Live, per cwt.. ......750 Dressed, per cwt.....0 00 Skeep: Live, cwt. ......450 Dressed, per cwt. 000 Poultry: Turkeys .............020 'Chickens 0 12 Fowl............... 0 12 Ducks..............- 0 15 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0 IS Creamery butter 030 Eggs, per, dozen 0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib. 0 03 Feed: Hay ,prairie 000 Hay, blue joint...... 000 Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured.................... ,0 07% Rendered Tallow: No. 1, .per Ib....._.. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib. 0 00 Good Water Means Good Health 0 SO 0 77 0 74 0 79 .0 76 0 73 0 70 025 1 00 0 03X 0 02% a oo 10'00 4 65 1000 o 16 o 22-v- 0 15 0 15 0 16 i 0 21 0 35 0 40 on the scalp by Zam-Buk is starting a butcher zema came in red pimples and it rubbed or scratched, formed into on sores. The child w-as very fretful: he'also intends to run a from the irritation of the scalp.. butjt.rv store" in connection. whenever Zam-Buk was applied it i seemed to bring- the greatest relief.'! Frequent applications were effective i in clearing all traces of the disease! Harvey Murphy, merchant of Frank, ;a week ago. from the baby's sealp in'a. short recently opened a branch gents' of time. I feel it my duty to give the'furnishi he deciared credit where due. and I cheerfully recommend Zam-Buk to all sufferers Very shortly, i evening will be conducted by -tiie X LI1 U_ A] haberdash-iP. i PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given This will i Mrs. Livingston, is enjoying a visit Ithat th.e. names of tenants occupyin- three butcher shop for Blair-1 with her sister-in-law, Miss Esther good general servant. FOE Graniaphone and records lor .sale. Apply Box 237. 267-6 Lanningtpn, carne from Montana Scveral Warner people were in Leth that i bridge on business the first of the _______ _ Blairmore will be the best town in week. Among those who went were from chronic" the .Crow's Nest Pass, bar none, the! Mr. Thompson, Mr. Beck- balance of Frank citizens are not so cr, Mr. Bi-rnside, Mr. Leffingwell, ma." Zam-Buk is Nature's own healrn, balm, being composed of pure herbal optimistic, or is it sour grapes. essences. It is a sure cure for ecze- i course, all the intellectual citizens of. OfjMr. Scarberry, and Mr. Hihsbn. Thanksgiving was celebrated 'by al- ma, ulcers, cuts, bums J Frank are of Mr. Murphy's opinion, j most the entire town and country, bruises, poisc-ned sores, chapped j many of them having invested money j The services were fine and the dinner All Blairmore needs now is J splendid. assessable property in the Lethbridge have not been inserted 'on 'Apply Mrs. J. J. Johnston, cor., GlynpFOR: Weber square piano i Bompas St. 160-0 i splendid tone.'Price-' half j cash, "balance on easy terms. Ap- woodsmen. 9- H. .Harding, Duke paid. Elk Lumber Co. the Assessment -Roll .for 1909, and G- Waters, superintendent, HOB- su'ch who are desirous for voting at C. the forthcoming municipal elections. must to the -under- signed on or before October 25th to. have iheir.'names' add_ed to the Vot_ers' List, otherwise, it will be impossible for them to exercise their franchise. Ward. 264-6 237-0 J FOK main G. W. ROBLNSON.: Secretary-Treasurer. hands, cold-sores, frost-bite and jiere skin injuries and diseases. Druegistsi and stores everywhere sell at 50c a some good progressive City Fatn-j box, or post free for price from Zam- who will place the town's in-1 ;Buk Co., Toronto; 3 boxes S1.25. You'j tcrest before their own. No man is! I up, fathers oi us all. 1010 Ford St. a thriving town on line C. P. E., Iniplement respectable girl. Apply, Lumber yard business, vant. Apply after .4. 419'Burdett "St. general, ser- Mrs. Barford. 258-0 >wet nurse for baby 3 months ..'Apply.At once to Mrs. K. Grl Addison; 321 261-0 Man., Oct. opened 1-4 lower and closed unchang- The Pelletier brick works are nmn-i ed Ml maxkets" opened full swing again, after a tern- at aboilt yesterday's close, and sold system in the town of Taber. 23. Tue hardest I Porarr delay, I Qff IQ Minneapolis, season of the year for the farmers, is i Charlie Hiscocks, manager in the j Aiding fairly steady all Pass for the "41 Meat join-1 j_v ed.'the tanks of the Carried men on! Minneapolis-December opened girl at once.: :Ap- SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- i Mrs- A- B- 289 Brunton ed by the under ,-igned up to and in- cluding the ,31st day of October 1909 for the construction of a REID HILL Reid Hill, Oct. of the noV fast drawing to a close. The threshing outfits in this vicinity Immediately, two tin- smith helpers. Apply idson Co., Crabb 'St. office and two lots. A paying propo- sition for live man. For particulars write P. 0. Box 1915, Lethbridge. Alta. _ 262-6 FOR of 6 year old geldings. Thoroughly broken. Apply Box P., Herald Office. 262-6 FOR' first class "Crown water front and high warming closet; four holes. Used a short tune. Bay Co." Apply Mgr. Hudson's 263-6 265-3: MISCELLANEOUS WANTS have, some of them, been relegated Mon-day last, the 'bride's name to the sheds until next year, and Grace Allison. She has resided for those still working will follow i some time in Pincher Creek, where 103 being i Majr 1Q4 5_g_ Closed, October 102 3-4; May 104 5-3. October opened 96 5-8; 10 00 13 fO them to their home until another i.iil jthe ceremony took place. The bride December 93 3-8- May 93 1-2 Closed for their use. Speaking general-j and .-bridegroom are away on a short October 96 5.8. December 93 1-2; May j lv, the crops this year have been y.ood j honeymoon, -but expect shortly to 3_g in both quantity and quality. back in Blairmore to reside. Their oats 34 l4. Dsceinber 33 A well-known and highly respected j manv: Mends wish them much May 33 of this neighborhood, Mr. Jos-j eph Myers, had an'average yield oi'____________.______ (H) bushels per acre on a plot of 14 acres extent. The oats were so-wn late in May. This is quite a high average. We are glad to know that Mr. R. Totlee, whom we have missed from our post office, is now much better, and making rapid strides. Also, it pleasure to hear that Mr. W. Smith, now at Mrs.- N. W. Pedricks, is improving. He has had a hard bout with the typhoid. The Baptists of Reid Hill have de- cided to build a church. The site has been given by Mr. W. Janson, and is If -at all possible housekeeper i people Aprib- Box J Her- lurnisnea All tenders to be accompanied by j ofiglo rooms. Herald, Box 100 a certified cheque for 5 pear cent, of bid.. Plans and specifications can be s.en at the office of the Secretary Treasurer. The lowest or any tender not SITUATIOPJS WANTED 267-6 of .clothing, men's and ladies' amount- ing to ets. Will' chambermaid11 en-'e stock at 50 cents on wishes situation in hotel. Apply Box ne-i Herald office. cessarily accepted. GEO. C. MILLER, You insure both by using the Berkefeld Filter'. The Berkefeld Fil, ter removes all impurities from water, including cholera, typhoid and other disease bacilli. It is scientifically constructed and i near t1ic cemetery. is known and-used in every bacterio- the church is to be erected this fall, logical laboratory in the world, and is which will mean hard, working, as universally recommended bv samtarv! experts. It is simple in construction I wintcr 1S iast encroaching upon us. and in use. is to be ardently hoped that all It is easily attached to any exist- j who can will support them in this un- ing water supply at slight expense, dertaking, wliich meets a widelv felt and gives an ample supply oi per-1 i fectly filtered without and entirely does away with the slightest risk of disease arising from impure water. Every plac.' where drinking water is required, every hospital, school, ho- tel, workshop, pubic building or office should have one, and no dwelling house should be without one. Boiling your drinking water is a laborious and inefficient plan for making it safe.. You do not have to do this if you use BERKEFELD FILTER Filters nil purposes and in all sizes are manufactured and supplied. Our representative will call oix the households of the City within the next few days with a sanipie filter, and will explain its working and fur- nish all particulars as to gienic safeguard. You cannot afford to be without it. Agent: "Tite Inland Empire of Canada" Largest undeveloped area of good land on North American wheat, mixed fanning, stock grazing, gold, silver, coal, petroleum, salt. GRAM! TEUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY, NOW ETTrLDING, OPENS TIP TO SST2LEMENT, FORT GEORGE Coming natural advantages than Spokane, Wash. Gateway to Nechaco, Bnlldey, Peace River, Fraser and Skeena Yalleys. Gateway to'Cariboo and Yukon mining districts. PTEST OFPEKING of inside town lots now on. each. Easy terms. Title guaranteed and insured by the government of British Columbia, Write quick for free map and official information of this great country. ltd. T. Patteson OJiver Block snUT IP il ID liull T T T J. It will pay you to Pioneer Lumber Co. BLDG., VANCOUVER, B. C. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES arbon box 100 'sheets, from Copying Ream, from all machines..SI Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to S140. Call and cct terms WESTERN STATIONERY CO. JUT LAY 111 I LETHBR.IDGE. TABEE: 12th October, 1909. taken in aone at private homes. Good wyrfc at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothahi Secretary-Treasurer.! Torrance" Ave., beeide railway track- I 222-Os i the dollar. Buyer may rent; premises 9gj g i consisting of store and five "D honse at per month. Horse, an-d buggy; and-harness and 43 chick- ens also- for sale. Apply' Harvau? Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb Street, Leth- -..south of .Bank of Montreal, t 265-6- TENDERS City of Lethbridge SEALED TENDERS will be receiv ed by the undersigned np to _ Monday, November 1st, for. the -Lethbndge, Alta. struction and building of a Frame! 3F Fire Hall, north of the Cl P. R. track." Plans and specifications mav [POSITION cook wants -job, hotel or Replies. P. 0. Box 1158 Calgary. 63-6 I "I J. [to get_trees put in. Supplied 265-6 by 32 i experienced pastry cook or general seen at the office of the Secretary-i housekeeper Apply at 609 Treasurer. i-Cutbill St., city. 265-6 All Tenders to be accompanied by j a certified cheque for 5 per cent. i The lowest or any Tenders not ne- TO RENT cessarilv accepted. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 266-6 MARKET NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (not a -statutory or public holiday) shall be a market -day of the City of Lethbridge and the market shalf re- main open on such days from the hours of 7 a.m. till 1 p.m. for general produce and during such hours .no one bringing into the city fowls, but- ter, cheese, eggs, vegetables or other similar produce for sale, shall sell or offer the same for sale except at the Sec. with eight rooms, and eight acres of lamL, one mile and a half from town. Enquire at 320 Glyn'St., or W. A. Ott's barber shop. MONET TO pay rent, when we can let you have money- enough to' build your own house i6 per cent. We loan money on all! kinds of city property, _ on terms that cannot be made by o'thers, j.we get the money from where it isf- i cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne-; gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure? and see us when yon want TO the Turner Addition, a five roomed cottage with stable and chicken house. Stable will hold six head of stock. Rental per month. Apply A. L. S. Ripley, office 8, Macdonald Blk. Tel. 294. 265-0 TO. bedroom, well fur- in modern house; private fam- ily; terms moderate. Apply 623 Courts Lethbridge, Oct. 23. '09. Chief of Police. 266-6 Jv Wv Harrington Praying and General Transfer 'Having1 dissolved partnership with E. C. have retained possession of the unsold portion of the YOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency T I Prompt attention to all Coal School. 263-0-x public market and scales. On Street, half a block south of Central other day in the the public market shall be open from 7 a.m. till 6 p.m. Any person guilty of any infraction of this by-law shall be liable on sum- mary conviction to a penalty not ex- ceeding as provided by Title j XXXVI of the Lethbridge charter. Signed: JOS. GILLESPIE, TO room. Modern, Also heater for sale. Apply 308 Brim- ton St. 262-6 for horses and cows, 4 miles southeast of Lethbridge. Lois of straw. Argyle Ave. Apply P.: H. Cox. 34 TO roomed brick house. Apply Mrs. E. N. Wakely, Duff Ad- dition. 256-0 ROOMS TO furn- ished rooms. Well heated and lighted. Hot and cold water; Apply John Can- tin, Hoom 2 Rill Block. 258-12 10 sunny furnished rrom. Suitable for two men. Terms reasonable. Apply 424 Smith St. Tiie lerta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. Orders. Phone 365 c a B. Phone 394. Empire Land Block. Co., 252-O? NOTICE I Having' bought out my- Long Sam, of the: King Edward taurant, we are now sole owner same. 3 Fong'Long' Long Kee Chong, 267-S Q 6t SYNOPSIS OF. CANADIAN NORTH J. WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wino is rtte sole bead oi- a family, wr airy male over 18 may hosaestead a of available Dominion land in coba. Saskatchewan or Alberta., applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency tor the district, proxy may be made at any agencii t-tr of intending bomesteader. months' residence npc5-v and cultivation of the land in nf three' years.' A homesteader PONY Phone J. Fig- gins. Light draying a specialry. Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to. Orders Harness Store. taken at City GENERAL, TEAM'lNG Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all Kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal'delivered C.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131. TO symy furnished suitable for men. Terms Apply 424 Smitli St. Close in. 266-6 MRS. open for engage- ments in mid-wifery. Terms moder- ate. Apply Box A. B. C.. office. Herald 267-6 MADAM pi- anist and Teacher of lib- erty for engagements town or ,coun-: try. MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing, nesday 3 to 8, Caledonian Hall or Crabb street. C 267-6 live within nine miles of nia stead on a farm of at SO nolelv ownpd and occupied by him of by hie ifither, mother, brother or-mister. fr. In certain 'districts a .in good; standing ;msy preiempt quarter-section alongside his stoad. Price per sere. -Must reside six months in .-eafg uf si3 years from daie of entry the time required earn homestead patent) 'and fifty seres extra. A homesteader who homestead, right ann tain ft pre-emption may take a chased homestead in certain Price S3.00 per acre. reside six'months in each of yenrs. cultivate fifty acres and a house wo'tb Jign W.W.CORY, eral It IK Deputy Minister of "e pnbli for. ;