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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, PAGE SEVEN THE FINEST TEA THE WORLD PRODUCES II SALADA II Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c. 50c and (50c per pound TEA You Ought to be Sure Your Meat and Eggs are Fresh You Will be Sure If YOU TDhoue 405, and have them delivered promptly i j i by the HILL BLOCK CRABB STREET District News CARDSTON NOTES Sept. W.G. W. Fortune came hen- Saturday ami has been very busy ever since. Yesterday he spoke four times to at- j tentive avdienw. Tonight he speaks' at a mass meeting Jji the assembly hall. Ho presents the side of thtT temperance question in good shape, j Churlcs Burt is expected home from. his mission to -England about the 1st; of October. j Tonight at Kimball the farewell j party to Mr. George Gibson will bei held. Me. Gibson leaves for the So- ciety islands Tuesday, Sept. 21. ...Cardston, Sept. Zebulon Skouson, of Raymond, has accepted a position in the Cardston Mill as en- g neer. He will be in Cardston for the present season -and possibly lo- cate here permanently. A fine baby girl arrived at. the AN ENVIABLE RECORD The'Garbutt Business Col- lege, Stafford Block, has only been established in this city u little over half a year and already has won the confluence of the business community to such an extent that it is enabled to guar- antee positions to its grad-. uates. For information or free prospectus phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Prin- cipal. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 263 P. O. Box 1291. ing Trinity lesMertal School Port Hope, OnL tion. mtsiu) Links, rtc. Boys prepared for the Royal Military College, and home of Mr. Sam Stoddard this mor- 1 Special attention jtiven to younger bojfk ning. Mother and child doing well, j ...The' announcement of Mr. H. G. j Birkett's death caused many expres- sions of sorrow. Mr. Birkett was! known as an honest, enterprising and, j loyal citizen. For the four years that he -ha jt been here he has made Deputation for all that was good. He i Next tena Sept- tICIT. M.A. PORT STRATHCONA, ALBERTA CANADA'S EXPORTS OF GRAIN Ottawp, Sept. comparative statement showing the quantities oi wheat, oats and barley exported from Canada for the harvest years of 1900, 1905 and 1908 has been issued by the Trade and Commerce department. From the harvest of 1900 Canada ex- ported bushels of wheat; from the 1905 harvest, bus., and of last year's harvest, bushels. Of oats the export for the friends in first period totalled for the j Thg did all the skilled work when the wa- terworks system was installed, was j Matriculation a member of the Board of Trade and! September 21st. Classes will be missed keenly by his many' lember 28th. Cardston. secretary of the Agricultural Examinations begin j open Sep-! District News TAbtK NEWS v. Tuber, Sept. to the Tu- ber fair ami see one of the best ex- hibits of agricultural products that you have ever seen. Excavation is under way for the new post oflice building; on Mitchell St. Miss Pearl JLoouiis left this morn- for Brantford, Ont., to take a course in tuo college for the A i very, enjoyable dance was given in Cousins' Hull on Thursday night in I honor of her -departure. j Mrs. Ceo. Millar left yesterday for Scotland to visit her parents. i E. Cook, of Little Current, Ont., it I a guest at the home of Mr.'G. Pow- elL Wo understand he intends to' re-i main here. A. P. Veale has the contract for er- ecting a large barn and .house on Mr. Coolidge's farm Sec. 36, Tp. 8, R. 15. The barn is thirty feet wide and sixty long and will accommodate for- I ty horses. Such farm b'uildings as i these are becoming' cmite common in j this vicinity and are a true evidence i of the prosperity which the farmer in jTaber district is enjoying. i Miss Fletcher has teen spend- couple of weeks with 'her friend [Mrs. Barton, returned yesterday to j her home in Calgary. Mi" D. .Jenkins is in.'North Dakota this week on business. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA (NAPU LEAF LABEL) Its richness and exquisite flavorgive an added delicious- ness to homemade "sweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. THE COWAN CO. TORONTO. 133 second .period, and fo'r the j Society ,announces that special prizes last period, bushels. The pens Qf fowlg exports of. barley for the three years the c6ming- Fair- The pens are to were respectively., bushels, j one.COckerel and three "hens. One prize" is offered on each of the Plymouth Rocks, of the recognized FRANK Frank, Sept. Saturday the bushels, and 2, bushels The exports of last year's 'harvest breeds: eluded also ten million bushels of wheat in the shape of flour, making a i varieties. total for the year, of about bushels or about bushels less than' the quantity of wheat in- spected for sale in the three prairie provinces. Courses offered leading to the B. A. and B. Sc. Teaching will be given in 19U9 thero was paid .put in Frank by 1st, Sad, 3rd years in' Arts and lstjthe Uni0ll Bank: and 2nd years in Applied Science. I c_ A c. C. Co., Calendars on application. i c. C. Co. of Bellvue, of the University. j c. C. Co., of C. C. C. Co., Raymond. for a few days returned' C. C. Co., and the R. M. Cement BREAD We'make bread by machinery. This is a guarantee that everything turned out of our new bakeshop is TELEPHONE 181 MODEL BAKERY SCHWEITZER BROS., yesterday's train for Lethbridge. i NOTES 3Ir B Mitchell arrived back in Ellison towri this morning 'having gone up i Elevator Co. Ltd. previous afternoon's train for, by foreigners wiho sent the money out ed'two cars today to Brackman Kerr'Lethbridge. i of the country, which is very RAYMOND Bgymond, Sept. About S4-..000 was turned into Post Office 'and Dominion Express orders M'illing Co., Nelson, B. C., and John not a In a. Pall Tub EDDY'S FIBRE- VVARE One Solid, Hardened, Lasting without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features Are Yours, too, when you in. getting Eddy's. AH Good Grocers can'supply you.. Alwiyt, in Canada, attfc for MATCHES. i regretted by the merchants. j Mr. O'Hara, proprietor of. the Min- i ers' Hotel, has just returned to Frank Vancouver, B. C. j x COALDALE NIWS A car of-lumber has arrived at the _- Co-aldale, Sept. and Mrs. sugar factory. H" Pawson" Sr. returned to their j from his wedding trip with his bride J. Yo Make went up oa yesterday's' home ut Delavan, 111., Monday. The boys are making him tos thej tram for Lethbridge. t j .Mrs; gales from T_ethbridge called'mark and are painting the town, redj Mr. W. Buchart is is work- Qn Thursdav tin cans and 'other musical in- ing for ,a day or so ,at Magrath. c- to p- struments. Raymond, Sept. Friday J" A man was brought to Franx hos- the- Knight Sugar Co., Ltd., shipped! a m-l a ,f TT Beth Brown is in G-alt hospital and Hhe following cars of sugar: H. L-, f- r- T undergo an operation Monday. i Co., Lalgary: L. T. a -1 Mewburn Calgary; W. E. W0r- The American Farming Co. has R is repQrted the Frank Paper den, Cranbrook, B. C., and D. C.! completed a well on the T.' B. Dun- of prank ,to change hands. McLean. WetasMwin, 'Alta. !bam farm- Jt 274 feet deep withj R. steeves, of the Imperial I pital from C. JT: He is Lake with his leg the of Dr. ...On Friday'evening'a young, people's 1 feet of water. daneo Jwas held in the opera house....! Work on the new elevator is pro- Mr. J. H. Wall shipped a car "of! grossing rapidly. When completed it; Calgary where she intends to reside. hay to the R.oST.W.M.P. at Coutts. will -have thirty bushel bins, j r..... ._______ _ _ On' Saturday Mr. W. P. Fleming The Bowman outfit is threshing f or j shipped eleven cars of cattle to Mr. H. A. Suggitt, the-American Farm-j Herald Want Ads J. A. McTrvine, of Montreal. ling Co. for J. H. Pillars, and F. F. Mrs. L. 1ST. Rose who has been in Hammer for Pawson Bros. Hotel, has got her' business matters settled. Sho is tomorrow for Bring NEW FALL COATS For the Children in Bear Fur and Corduroy Also a Very Pretty Display of Bear Fur Carriage Pockets L. and J. McLeay Kedpath Street Fruit The Object of this advertisement is to interest you in believe to be the safest, surest and wisest investment in Western Canada. We are the sole Lethbridge agents of the Okanagan Valley Land Co., who are the owners of 5000 acres of the choicest Irrigated Fruit Lands in B.C, This property is situated on the Okanagan Lake, adjoining the growing town of Okanagan Transportation facilities are first-class; fruit shipped from Qkanagan Centre can be landed in Lethbridge within twenty-six hours. There is Profit as well as Pleasure in Fruit Culture In addition to the glorious climate, magnificent scenery and happy home surroundings of the Okanagan 'Valley, the profits on fruit growing are very large for example, from twenty acres of apples on the Coldstream Ranch a net profit of was derived. Peach orchards pay as high as per acre. Our soil is well adapted to peach growing as well as all other varieties of fruit. the last three years. Good irrigated lands areXgetting scarcer every day, and the large holdings are being rapidly c'mt into small farms ane sold out. We offer you to-day choice, level, clear land, on it, at per acre, terms and that y vinced we will take you to examine the lands, and i( ten acres or over, the cost of your railway transportati bridge and return will be refunded to you. Five years ago you could buy fruit lands in the fruit districts of the State of Washington for per acre that to-day are selling at per acre. Just as great an advance will take place in the Okanagan. Thousands of people have made homes there within The party will leave Lethbridge on Tuesday, Sep The Company will provide boats and conveyances prospective purchasers to the various other fruit di Valley, and only when you have seen and are conv have what you want will you be asked to buy. Call at once, and talk the matter over with us. a Director of the Company, will be at our office, and wi] to give all information. The LETHBR1DGE-WEYBURN REA Successors to W. R. Dobbin and Co. ;