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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOE'tlX THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER >8, liOt. Here's Bargains Two Choice Corner Lots on Railway Street, North Ward. each, easy terms Small House and Lot on Railway Street, North Ward. easy terms Eakin and Co. 307 Crabb St. (Opposite Bank of Lethbri dge, Alta. Phone 383 THE PRIDE OF THE Only Medicine That MACKENZIE RIVER Five Months Old Baby Makes Long Journey From Foil' Simpson To Edmonton After Suffering Tortures For Years, This Lady Found Happy Relief In "Fruit-a- Frankville, Ont., June Jith, 1908. I have received most benefit from taking "Fruit-a-tives." I suffered, BY THE LORD MAYCRS SON SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome food at (Edmonton Bulletin) j Of the two score or more passcn-1 gors who came down on the last; transport for the season from the northerly posts on the river, the royal guest to whom all homage was done was the infant son or F B Hall and Mrs. Hall, Simpson, ilr. and Mrs. Hall came out to Edmonton from Glasgow, Scotland, nearly'two years ago, and while hero took advantage of an op- portuniTA- to "sws UwteQuatry" in far north. A year ago last May they went to Fort Simpson on the Mac- kenzie river and remained -there until they returned "to the front" on the last Hudson's Bay transport. Five months ago the baby boy was horn and instead of being tucked away in a cradle and living in quietude has i been the centre of attraction duruiffj the fifteen hundred mile journey to j Edmonton, which has occupied a per-! iod of four weeks. The little fellow -to have some more of it. On I take took every remedy any relief. Then I began taking Fruil- a-Uves" and this was the only medicine that ever did me any real good. I took several boxes altogether, and now I am entirely well of. all my dreadful head- aches and backaches. FHANK EATON Fruit-a-tives occasionally THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The onl) White "Restaurant in tho' city. It costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best affords for the least possible cost to our -many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners...... 2oc. 30c. 35c; 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Exxund and Diifferin Streets ii; 'to -nave some muiv; is Soin0 w ,v, rents! still, but I am quite cured ot a trouble Saturday he I.eaves with his parents, T pivc I on a'long trip to Glasgow, bco-Uana, j testimony yOiuntariiy, in order that i from Quebec Citv on Sept. 11 others Tfho suffer as I suffered may try on the Empress of Britain. Before j this wonderful medicine anube cured." the child is six months old he will have travelled a greater distance j than the average man does in. a. life-1 time. No Swaddling Clothes s w (Signed) MRS. FRANK EATON. "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at 5oc a box, 6 for or trial bos, 250 sent post-paid on receipt of price by Fruita-tivesrLiraited, Dad's thex greatest fellow I "know I of in his line of municipal work. j His main stunt is to get the people ito vote money to get certain things by telling them th-jy do not cost any- I thing in'the long run, that they will j save moneys and so on. It was -pretty j hard to make people believe that the boulevards weren't costing a lot of I money. Of course, it is easy to .tell I people that having a nice green boule- j in front of their lots makes thorn more valuable, but they figure that j if that is the case, the property will j I look more valuable to Mr. Assessor j i and up will go the taxes to counter- j j balance the Bus that j phase Dad. Those -boulevards are to j i be. paid for somehow, and if the pro- j party; owners don't do it the people I who want to walk on them will have to. So up they come before His j Beakship by -the dozens and scopes, and costs, or ?5 in all" is the song and chorus of: the magis- trate. It all helps a little. I've been telling Dad that it would be -a good idea to use that money to give the boulevards a good soaking or two before-the summer is gone. iThesc I hot, dusty days are hard on the grass and the boulevards are beginning to look pretty darn rusty. FARMERS! Before buying a new wagon for the coming harvest you should see the NEW MOLINE, FAIRCHILD and NEW DEAL WAGONS Highest Grade Lowest Prices I Offiss anil Cop. Fart! snti Campbell Streets P.O. Box 112 "You have no idea what it means to" have a child born in north said Mr. Hall to the Bullc- ther she would return, to the work' at the Hay River mission. The north have its fascina- tin at" .the Cecil hotel. "The great j tion for said Mr. Hall, "but am glad to get 'out to the front' While there I made a number clothing are out of the question as interesting expeditions into parts far north as Fort Simpson. The na- j where probably no white man lives strap the infants bags ever been before, but for the most puzzle is to know how to take care of it as the civilized methods of j Dad says he wants to get just one [more by-law''through, before lie. lays down the of office and carts home that swell chair that came to city .'-.offices the -other day. The by-law''he' wants to pass is cne pro- viding for the two parks, authorizing the money .to buy the lakes with the land, around it and also the two blocks in the Vorth Ward. It would If Dad had asked me anything about the matter I would have suggested the city health officer.. He is the guy who sends the city's patients to the hospital and who- ought to know what the city gets for the money it puts into the institution., I am.told j that Uncle David objected to the ap- pointment, and while I don't always 1 agree with all of Uncle David's regis- iered kicks, I think hs is right in this case and when he and I agree on this matter it because we have" anything against Uncle Charlie but simply' think the position incpn- grbus. which give them no opportunity to able closing for his career as mayor anything but their heads. These for life in the north country monotonous. I :navaj'of this burg. To provide a resort: of when] The llterta Restaurant t Under new management f First-class cook. Every- thing clean Meals 25c MAB TOM, Prop. CARDSTON NOTES Cardston, Sept. IBi- Mrs. Snow a dinner "party of stake officers Annie to tbl in honor of bags lace dowii the front and I tied up. -are like pouches. We ona of these for a time, but it seem- ed a most inhuman practice and the baby still feels the effects of it by the way he holds his'little hands to his' sid.es. At one of the posts on .v down we "to get hereafter, when I tried j trade, tie the Hudson's Bay POST-S. :the Mackenzie river and all I will understand it, but will not be anxious to go back to it again." A VICTORY Mesdames. M. H. Tingey and sonie cclpred flannel and: wrapped the last Tuesday. Mrs.; Tingey is the j baby in -this until we reached Ed- president of the YX.M.JVI.I.A., On taking the covering off enrollment is. over at present. J we t the colorin IN COURT FOR THE PLUMBERS Man., 'Sept. i7.-The STIRLING NOTES Stirling, Sept. Moore, the .general merchant, spent Sunday in Medicine Hat. Returning yesterday he was accompanied fcy his wife and daughter, who come to make tiheir a large sort and for-all sorts' of rec- j home in the'new town reation, and to provide' a playground in the part of the city where children are inost plentiful and where nice lawns and are most scarce, is ah enterprise worthy of ihe best of men: More power to you Dad and may your last by-law go through a I hope ttiafr -when the time comes the ratepayers "will get out and vote, so as to "say- lines have just unloaded a of window, plate and fancy glats and are in a pocition to fill all orders at right prices. OUT stock of lumber is large and well assorted. Eatimates furnished. Mill work a Bpecialty. OLIVER'S MMUFIICIURING Office and Factory Cor. lOtHB lio mm STREETS Telephone 158 Yard, SmkkSt Phone 195 come Messrs. Thomas Harris and; Hodg j Qut of. it and the baby's whole skin son aro of "Dr. H.-B j was colored a Brilliant red not un- developed out of-the strike tf a Stacpoole, confined to bed with "ty a big Indian war-paint. Today j 2go. The case Avas Cotter vs. O'sbofne phoid fever. Both, men have b'een veryj we, put- civilized clothes on the child j b fore Metcalf. The plain- ill show some improvement to- j.u.cvi.1., plumbers' union' scored "'a Victory tc-, so" to the. scheme in a way that can etc. day' la-the important litigation which _ be-hc-ard. i. (Hev.) Cameron, of Kayraond, who has just returned from a. trip to Ontario, is spending a- '.few days -with .Mrs. Fisher. Mr. of has been in town for a few days. is pleased' with Stirling .that he is going to stay and open a gent's fur- nishing. He will carry complete boots and shoes, clothing; 7th Annual NELSON FRUIT FAIR SfflMtH 22, 23, Bigger -M and Better than "Ever Cheap Rates on all Trans- portation Lines. Horse Races Sports Free Attractions Do not fail to see the posT sibilities of :the G-lbriotis Kootenay. G. W: BUSK, Pres. F. A. STARKEY; Mgr. D. C. McMoERis, yecy. Bos 95, Nelson, re- day. Each eame from Montana cently..: Uce Young, 0. E. Bates and Caircross are going en a hunt- ing trip to the mountains this week All, are known good i shots and no doubt they will hag some big pame. j for the first time 'and he seems to [feel very strange in them.'" The newspaper man inquired where the baiby got the ''rubber" it w-as sucking- so lustily. The -father re- plied that it was procured in the H. B. Co. store at Fort Chlpewyan. 500 miles EdinoQton. Both the child and its mother look exceedingly well after '.their long, tedious trip. Bacon and Beans Asked as to life', in the north, Inspector Besmers, late o' Light- horse, has come to take command of the R.STlW.ai.P.. affairs here. The; in- spector-has had considerable exper- ience in police duties and comes here well, jecommended. The" officers of the agricultural so- ciety are hustling these days for the coming iair. Already the prospects for a big event are evident. Many persons have., applied for space in which to exhibit some specialty. The j and water baked before a-.fire, program of sports is good. The prizes j Indians, of course, lived on fish tiffs in June 'recovered judgment ag- ainst the'defendants' for damages aris ing out of the interfering with the plaiatiffs strike. Execution was issued but nothing re- alized and upon an exparte applica- tion by the plaintiffs.. an order was made "for appointment of a -receiver. Subsequently' an.' application was made to continue that order. The Dad's Fire and Light Committee seem to-be having'a deuce of a time over' the Hew fire engine. From all accounts it is a dandy little engine, but it "isn't ordered, tod not being: up to -specifications it is not -Mr. Degener, of Moore and Degener, will arrive the first of next -week. Hei is bringing with h m two solid cars of hardware, with, which to stock their new store on Alberta avenue? .'.very- good crop is expected. Neri Sbrnson is "freighting grain to :Lethbri dge this week- to what Dad's council wants. If-than he had looked for who opened the Mrs. G-. Peterson has again department in temporary her old stand in 'the store. reports business; to be even, better chattel property was' not sufficient to justify the appointment of a receiver _____ _._------- -1 but the dues and assessments owing Hall said that'the great question were .considerable. His Lordship in was provisions. Cooking and baking such .as is practiced in civilization, was out of the question. The great up the government boiler inspector won't pass engine for the working pressure wanted that ends it. No matter how nice or good the engine may be in other ways, if it isn't what' is wanted 'in every way it's no jcbd to this burg. We caa't affcrd to hand out bundles of long green for1 what we don't -waat.. There are delivering. judgment ref sired to the constitution -which governed the plumbers union and stated'he could W, P. Roy for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFHCE: R Phone 180 3, offered are better than ever. The sec- retary' reports a hearty interest by the people 'in this fair, more than in any Other ever held here. Automobiles For Hire THE MASON LAND CO. have just added two additional auto- mobiles to their equip- ment, and are prepar- ed to take care of all orders for business or pleasure trips in town or country. Head-v quarters at the City Garage, 1227 Bompas Street Telephone 429 staple articles are bacon and beans j not any contract, whereby any and. bannock, the latter being flour J member agreed to pay dues, neither 'could he find anything to justify the c "intention that such a contract could be When a member is in the summer and moose meat in the winter. Moose were quite plentiful tLI i so the Indians did not fare j -L very badly. As explained by Mr.' Hall, the .great difficulty with the na-! 0 i inroossible tivc people is their improvidence.! Thev kill a moose which would sup-i t, t missed with costs ily an ordinary family lor a week.; ______ The Indians do not know how to save >anythjng. They gorge them- Iter be expelled, circumstances it was to recover these that do- want- -to Mr. Fish, the barber, has- returned from Medicine Hat-with his wife and- two .children. He intends gO thift guests of Mrs. M. J. Oliver and fam- j week Spritlff Coulee to again take- I i_ i The grain is somewhat late but a up his work.' 234-3 in a position to be his own employer. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Stomach Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Irffantum, and Looseness the Bowek MAY Eft RAPIDLY AND EFFECTUALLY CURED BY THK USE OF THAT OLD ANB STERLING REMEDY Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry It has a rcpxitatlon ot 65 years' standing and never falls to either relieve or cure. There many imitations of this remedy on the market that sell for less, per bottle! Dr. JTowler's is 35 cents, so be sure and get the genuine. The cheaper articles may be dangerous to your SUMMER COMPLAINT AND piARRHCEA GXOKGI PvriXTFB, St-e. Marie, "My baby year old took Satniner Complaint, and so to pass -blood.: I got fc of Dr. Fow. ler1! Extract of Wild Strawberry only had to give few before my baby-waa. cured, .My husband had diarrhoea and cured him. itinmy family for over with great resnlte and safe in recommending it to ereryone for-all kinds Summer Manrifachrred only by The T. MiHnum (V, Toronto, Ont. not .a In a Pall or Tub made of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Solid. Hardened, Lasting without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you. V Atayt, EvtfYvlwrfl, ta Ctaada. atk ftr EBirs'HATCMCS. NTED 5 Twenty Bridge Carpenters Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, The lerta Railway and Irrigation Co. ;