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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBIUnr.R. DAILY HERALD TllimSDAY, DECKMBIiK 7, IVEKY il OF COAL Only Six Curs in Past "Saul, King of j Splendidly Rendered (SpC'-iuI to the Hei'nliN Cardston. Dec. three linns here handling coal have had dinlculty in getting coal here for the past month. Only about six cars of do- mestic coal hava been received and a few cars of briquettes in the month preceding the strike, so that unless there is some relief soon, matters be serious. Some steam coal has come in. so that the school and town lighting plant have kept going thus far. Two local mines, one at Beazer rc-f cently opened by Frank May. and one at Boundary Creek operated last year. by Crawford Bros., have been a great boon to the settlers south, ami some of the townspeople as well. Coal is costing S4 per ton at those mines ami tbey are from 12 to 16 miles distant. Fire Scare What might have been a disastrous j Maze occurred at about 11 o'clock; From causes unknown, hut which look suspicious, the hay at 7 E Harris' small barn was discover-; eil burning beautifully by Mrs. Burton, j next door neighbor. The fire whistle brought out ai crowd and the hose wagon, and the; blaze was soon under control with i only a nominal loss, under one him-! ured dollars. As the wind was from, the west, had the fire not been dis-; covered in its early stage, the there! would have been very serious results" a? this is the most thickly built up; block of residences in the town and numerous houses and barns would; have been in the path of the fire. A Superior Production On Friday and Saturday evenings the -Uberia Stake Theatrical company' presented the sacred opera "Saul.; King of Israel." The attendance was i only fair iiie first evening, while the! rendition musically was said to be erior to that of Saturday night. How-j evgr Was there on the last evening" and all expressions heard seemed to indicate criticism of a very favorable kind. The title role was very creditably bandied by Mr. Arthur L. Smith, basso., "David" was impersonated by Mr. A. i B Cure, whose singing is nl-l ways pleasing and accurate. As "Sam-1 Mr. Jno. S. Smith ibaritone) hail j a most striking makeup and his sing-' ing was sood. Mr. Scott B. Brown. (tenor) as Jonathan, was a very at- j ceptable character and sustained the; part carefully. The ladies of course acquitted them- selves in the musical renditions even i better than the gentlemen. As Mich- nl. Saul's daughter. Miss Eliza Hart- ley (alto) carried away tile honors of the evening-and while she is well known to Cardston audiences, never appeared to better advantage than in this presentation. Mis Luella Steed (soprano) was a charming Abigal, but had less oppor- mnitj- than in some roles. In the Witches' scene, Miss Winona Brown (cotitralto) and her'four aids did some fine work and won hearty applause. The chorus' work" was excellent its the soldiers, heralds, and guards with the dancing damsels and general at- tendants seemed even better prepar- ed than some of the principals. The costuming and stage effects left little to he desired and it is putting it mild- ly to say that the majority of those witnessing the performance were very agreeably surprised by the high class work of the local talent. It is to he regretted that the large numbers required Jn the chorus work makes travelling to neighboring towns difficult, as the production outclasses any of the road companies ever com- ing into our local towns. It is rumored that the performance will be repeated at Aetna nest Friday night as the .stage there -is large enough to accommodate the numbers participating. To Mr. J. F. Layne as musical dir- ector and his assistants, Messrs. A: L. Smith, Jno. S. Smith, W. T. Meridew, and others, great credit is due for the so well done. COMMISSIONER OF PUBfJC WORKS AND SCHOOL TRUSTEES The Candidates: What they look like and why they ask for your- support next Monday. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge Linlii's nnil (iontk'iiirn Tliouirh in rlin 1 linvc mil him I yci most of y.m know inc. T luivo liv.-il it'.-- city. 1 have ,-crvcd mi your conm-il. My policy ili rjiiiil ir.....urn- iuiflliifrinlv HIT in vou to take lion my of into iw i ho I If vim see fit io t Works (-.1 for: 'I'lu- srrifUsi enn the administration nut lireaier jiublii-ity in ri-- io ordinary work nt' the Commi.'.sioiiers. The hiking of no aiul trips at the city's A deiiiiled siuieiiuMii of t! i-...-t i.f any trip Taken. Thar no biuiit in any way. at any tinui. n.st.' help in liis private Tlijit in plenty of time before a vole on any money by-law i.- taken the. under who.-c depart meni it 'conies give tin? ratepayer? the iiU'onntition. Not the dav before the poll a? in the Filtration by-law. Trusting io be favnnral with your ooui'ideuce nnd support. f remain, A'erv triifv vonr.-. J> Claimed They Represented J. Inci- dents at Preliminary and guarded, Alexander McLaiighHn and J. Wilson, the two men who created such excite- ment at Manyberries last Saturday noon by robbing the Bank of Com- merce there of arrived in the city on the Tuesday afternoon :train from Medicine Hat, be held in custody here until their trial. The robbers were committed for trial on Tuesday at Medicine Hat. It is just possible that the trial will be held in Lethbridge if a change in venue can lie sacurfid, as Letljjmdge is much more convenient for Manyberries wit- nessfjs than Medicine Hat. Some further: details of the Many- berries seiisation have been received by the Herald. It appears that the two robbers on arriving in Manyber- rtes last Saturday "-morning went to the banlit carrying their famous black bag, and introduced themselves as representatives of .f. L. Peacock, the well known cattle and sheen rancher of and .Medicine Hat. They said they had about with them they wisher! to deposit in. the fcank untiPilomlny as they were go- ing to cattle through the district. Going behind the wicket for the os- tensible "purpose .of counting out thf1 thoj drew their guns and the nearly four monihs ul' is to iho city your public; ilie sujiorin- lumlenr ill. I then for ivdiir-iion in of llu- of 'thi1 oily. F.HAMILTON To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge Ladies and Gentlemen I hold that you should insist on your Commissioner of Public Works devoting his wjiole time to the City's business and more especially during the coming three years when questions affecting the demobiliza- tion of the array, ment of the returned sold- iers into civil life will de- volve largely upon the mun- icipality. All public -appointments should be advertised. Jit-ports of any necessary trips on City business should immediately be made publie. Having 20 years exper- ience in Municipal Engin- eering and Administration. 1 confidently ask for your vote on Monday. December Yours truly. RUSSELL OLIVER TO THE ELECT- ORS OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Ladies and Gentlemen: My term of office as member of the Public School Bpard expires at the end of this year, and I am a candi- date for re-election. If you approve of my record while on the Board I respect- fully solicit your vote and in- fluence at the election to be held on Monday, the 11th of December. Yours faithfully, R. H Davidson Attention! Trappers 8f Dealers JUST TO START THE SEASON RIGHT. HUNT, TRAP AND SHIP YOUR RAW FURS TO A. CARRUTHERS CO., LIMITED 1251 SECOND AVE. S. ALBERTA THE OLD RELIABLE DEALERS FREE POSTINGS FOR THE ASKING. (WHY NOT ASK NOW? To the Electors of Lethbridge Public School District: Ilavino- tlceidcd to ol'tVr myself for re-i-lec- lion. J respectfully solicit your vote and in- fluence on Monday, December llth. I will endeavor as before to enforce the greatest economy consistent with ef ficienoy. Yours truly, JOHN SCOTT lioltl-uj) was on. It also develciss tliat last Saturday wns the first time since tiie branch stolen money, as il would he returned in the course or two months, but in the meantime it was needed lo cover opened that there has been' so much! some margins on the stock exchange, monev in the bank. On Friday the [they said. McDonald stated that ho manager had been to 'Medicine Itat informed Ibe robbers thst he did not and had brought back with him consider the security very good, ono for some special purpose His! Another amusing incident ..look believed in police circles that Hie j place .when the -bank inanager stated hold-up men got "ivlso" in .Medicine) he asked to have ac Iain handk-jr- ll'at that a bis sum ot money bad been iiie asked to have a clean handker- nenl out (o Manvberrios and for that I robbers cut up his pyjamas lor tlmtj reason limy ijickeil that place. T.-G. McDonald, the hank manager, told a few amusing: incidents of the ontierv at the. nrelimin.iry trial. The purpose. Again he informed thieves that tliey had forgotten a Tngersoll watch and they forthwith wound it up and placed It at Ms feet, robbers informed them that the mon-: stating that he could walcli the hours talteu was not to be treated as pass round. 1'arks am! Streets your A. M. Grace To thfe Electors of the City of Lethbridge x Ladies My term of office sis your Commissioner of i'ublic.-.AVorks expires" oil December 31st" and I amx again standing for re- 'etection. Elected !iii I'JIS, T pulin ol itutt uonoim have endeavored to carrj out the ot the people and as ,T ''result tiie expenses of the dejuitment under nr) tontiol been reduced approximately 50 pel cent Beprcsentatibns were made by me to the C. P. B. with regard to the 13tb St Subway with the result tli i' the "contract was let to lcK.il contractors at a time when the city was suffering from a stress of unemployment Sewers and water mams have been constructed in ol- der to find work for the unemployed and it must be borne in mind that the ma- terial for this work was in the City stores and paid for, the money for the labor be- provided by bond hold- ers, upon which the city was piiyinjr interest arid receiving no return theicliom The construction of the TMiff 'Addition diet li iv bern ,-oniplelpd H in tlK-.Sow.igc .Hispo-tl woik- il i lotal cost "I' S3.3U1.04-. being 13.00 less thin Kiiitinocr's Estimate. This work makes Lcthbridgc the only city' in Alberta putting its'total sewage through a filtering medium. has already been made For a filtration plant ami I can promise the citizens, if they see fit to return me to filtered water in liil'i. Tiie following figures will (Icmonstyue ihc-.redue.tioiis 1 have effected in the cost of Toi.nl I oi' I'ublie Works and all niv previous construction experience are at the of the electors of the of F.ethbridge and I ennfi- dentaUv to yon for your vote and support on election '.Hoiiiliiv, Mill. For Closed Car Service Phone 1 2Q6 Boulton's Auto Livery LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA TO THE PUBLIC The Blacksmiths and Horseshoers of Lethbridge Ilavc held a meeting and have decided to in- crease the price of shoeing houses. The reason for this is that the material used has Increased in.. orice from 15 to 25 per cent. Sif as to avoir misunderstanding they are publishing the fol- lowing price These prices will be charged by all the shops in Lethbridge. SIGNED BY THE FOLLOWING SHOPS: -J. P. FOWLER. PERCY WATERHOUSE. GOWAN. WM. BROWN.- A' BELL CHAS. PETO PRICE LIST Per Horse New Shoes, Common, No. 0 to No. 3, inclusive 53.50 New Shoes Common. No. 4 and 5, inclusive New Shoes, Common, No. 0 and 7, Inclusive Reset Shoes, Common, 0 to 3, inclusive Reset Shoes, Common, No. 4 to 7, inclusive Shoeing Stallion, Keg Shoes Shoeing Stallion, Hand Turned Shoes.......... Never Slip Shoes, New, No. 0 to 'i. Never Slip Shoes, New, No. 4 and 5........... Never Slip Shoes, New, No. fi and 7 ..._.......... Resetting Never Slip Shoes, No. 0 to a......... Resetting Never Slip Shoes, No. G and 7........ -New Calks when Resetting, each............... New Calks, when put in when shoe on Horse---- Bar No. 0 to 5. Each.............. Bar Shoes, Plain; No. 6 and 7. Bar Shoes, Calked, No. 0 to 5. Bach Bar Shoes, Calked, No. 6 to 7. Each i......... Bar Shoes, Reset. Each.................... 2.75 3.00 1.75 2.80 8.00 3.60 3.75 4.00 1.75 2.00 5c lOc 1.00 1.60 1.26 1.75 50c tet Team ?5.00 5.50 6.00 3.50 4'.00 7.00 7.50 8.00 3.50 4.00 Auction Sale Of Household Furniture, Etc. At Wilson's Auction Rooms Fifth.Street S., in the K. oi P. Building. FRIDAY, DEC. 8th at 2 P.M. HAVING REMOVED THE FOLLOWING FROM MRS. SCOTT'S RESIDENCE, 12 th'STREET FOR CONVENIENCE OF SALE, I WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE. One walnut sideboard; one round mission oak extension table; one set of leather seated diners; one mahogany settee; one malios- anv centre table; one grass arm chair; one leatlier upholstered rocker' one iadies writing desk; one sanitary coucll, complete with mattress; one chiffonier; two massive oak dressers and stands with large bevel plate glass mirrors; two heavy wlilte'eiiamel beds with brass mountings; snrings and .mattresses; one Axminster square; one Wilton square; one velvet pile rug, about ono sofa rug tiger pattern; several pictures; one'clock; one 3-btmier oil stove "witll oven; one washing machine ilcarly new: one meat one mangel. A large or enamolware and a great many other articles. TERMS CASH GOODS NOW ON VIEW NO RESERVE W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER ;