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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December 8, FresH Air In Winter In winter, it hard tp get; fresh air, In certain rooms. Some! house are usually coldtr than and if you open the windows'., it is bard again to heat the room properly. If you keep the'windows closed you don't get fresh aic) if you keep them open you cannot quickly reheat the room. The Mimrr MICHEL rn i iTPiiTr1 ITP IT i ur CHANGING ITS NAME Board of Trade Activity -Addition to Abtolxttly snutkclcts prtant ;i terns, aSeating the of the town-; Letters were irom- "various' people- asking :what- the'prbsf pects-'were for movin eiitcr- 'tainments in New Michel. In the old-. i _ i. j UO All m Him When you -Close Hiem? town been erect apply a match tb a .Perfection Oil ed an opera houee aid as'the dis- ply Heater and heanhe room ;tb: any. tem- perature you desirft in a-few tninu'tea. The Perfection Oil Heater is 'finished in japan or nickel., v It burnsv For hours. It has. a cool handle and a damper top. .It h'aa an atttorrtmUc- Iockin0 flame spreader, which prevents the wick from' being turned high enough to and is easy to remove and drop back so that tHe irick on. be quickly clenaed. An indicator always shows amount of 1 The does not. need to be screwed down.. It it put In EJyt t cork Jn to thefoat by a chains 1 The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, becAtue of t new Device in construction, and consequently, it can tl-wavsbe e'msily. unscrewed tu to instant for rewicking. The Perfection Oil Heater Is ttroflj, durable, well i builtfor sendee, yet light and ornamental. Dulers If .not ct 7ar ctrodtr to flit The Imperial Oil Company, HOTEL BURNED- DOWN Portage la Prairie, -S. flpnlch. started late yeesterday after- ioon .practically gutted the Merchants 'Hotel before it was got under at THe firemen were hanrpered -by 'zero weather, which soon cased "everything ice. .T3ne fire was- spectacular in the ex- AT. Coleman, Dec. 7. Charles a young man-, em-., Jloyed -by'' the C.: P. R. as .-a'-'. repa-irer, ,was run. orer- -fcflled. m the. ;railwajr.-. '.yards .tills .treme, 'cSrried and two restrained Eromi flinging -themselves-.-- ..headlong fro upper storey. of the guests' The notel, .which was Downed since-- Octob- er 'toy. J. H. was ..built, 'in 1885, -but. been made since tnen. at Jem. Mace, was .'a' '.'raire; old. who clxampion- slilp, a toelt and Sl.OOOj-ail iii one -ring. They-.worVno pillows, on-their hants in those-'days, by --their press -agents-' 'just Etbod-up and. t-iffea' eaph. Bother.: with tilt, one'-.'or was carried ;to hospital.''- That was along in-'the eurly opera tance' .between the; old "and new: towis is- considerable, .the business section thinks that it would be advisable for1 some form of amusement Michel anft the secretary was ;inf. stiucted to write, pointing out the. att vantages .offered. No surer sign -ol an 'increasing pop- ulatiou could, be "asked for. "than the over-taxed .schools. .Many children are unable to .gain admittance and this state of. affairs has been going- .on for months.- .The .'welfare '.of the-'risr ing generation has been 'prominently before-" the Department; of pressing, that body to" provide. in- creased educatwnal facilijies. let- ter was read Robinson, perinfendent- of education, in -'r ef to .'this stating, that the de- partiuent had. .sanctioned ,tb.e erep.tioh of a large addition to" the" present' school New "this pror vide lor tce'preseat wants, but future a separate building be the' city is rapidlff extending .westwards "and guite "'At .pr-Siehi there New and-Natal in small area, with' "New as., the business centre, aiich'eF.practieail7; a. -closed TM wn. and Ijsa'ta'l jnerely the-'naine 'of 'the -rTlie wh'ofe "situatibtt is most, conflicting; to travellers. .Reminding. the Company was instructed' -'to president ot ;the Crow's Nest .Goal point ing ouk-ttiat a. direct violation "of a pro.missa'inade four months ago, had- 'tafcien.: place in .opening the door. of a; closed- town.. The letter in questioa :The Coal Co., Lt4. TbrOBtp, Aug. Z2, 1910.; "gratBy bur not contem-: plat-ing. Jeasing any. 4 land, at present; :-that could the 'in- lots -ia New' tie town is now springing up in vicinity bMhS New. Michel saw mills: A Kennedj, Esq. Sec.-Treas. Board ..of Trade, -Michel, Dear Replying to your tele- Yours .truly, ROGERS, '_ "President; new; opera -.-house, ;liard 'iopni, drug.-store, etc., are now- 'being rushed on' the: people of the old. "to are. almost eotirely for-p and, this -will-- very materially agent of the C.P.R. has .been; mating .jaumerous enquiries as ;to ,ihe natural resources, business propositions, rapid., .increase of popu-: lation, ot ...the'Piq'wn; and it is quite'likely the .new.' guide- book "will contain, many interesting tacts of thjj .rapid -growth "or- Michel. Change -the Name! A. -composed -.of the invested In. tSrm'ed .the town. A pe-r: tilio'nrasktrig fhe'-C'oal Co. not to al- low property" in'' Michel. condemning th'e' present '-bwildiogs construction; ing .business men, was appointed make enquiries regarding .the changing name of. town, and the Hon., R. Commission- of and 'of the! C. P. be- communicated with 'on the leading towns Pass... is-- to ?ne.; drawn up ..'and copies of said petiiacin sent "to.: Premier McBtidCj J of -the G-reat and' ;and ith'e secretary; of the "Coal Coke.; .opinicn has-, been feeling.-., .is of business premisfs' .an impetinent" in- and a delibers-te breaking ,_ of the sunk-vtheir ef the agreement FOR YOUR Saturday .-eyf ening. the- .the meetiiig'-of the was-held '-in the Assem- bly-Hall. A- good turnout- -ol the citi? zens awaited .the. report 61 the presf- and- cpunciL A" very 'complete and satisfactory statement the town finances was read b7 the Secretary-Treasurer. Mafpc. Brown, .made a" sound, sens-' ible speech, and-: one which'was well received electors.. It is a well known-fact that no.-pre- ceding mayor' has devoted Uie time, and attention to the affairs o-t the town" 'that Ma3ror Brown has done. who are, --Jr O: Holmes, -and. {tC. W. The Mayorr Rammer ..goes ac- ,.b_e suite. ,a. cpnr. itest for the "seats ofl'tlje couhcii. Ser- en candidates are in the running, and-' the-da-rt'horse iV Young, .of Realty Coombs, -'Jonathan'Hunt, H! C. Phipps, Frank'Bro'wn, Wm. Duce', Woolf also nominated, so-the ratepayers will have an oppor- tucity cf selecting tbs.oiies. they deem best fitted "for the school "trustees-hive a strong new member-in the'person ..of Z. W-_ Jacobs, who with Dr. D. S. Beach, was; elected by acclamation.. This will "make the Board comprise .two ex- 1 named ;tudying, law, one attor- tsacners. in the persons of r liams ami Z. L All parties and ua.m, T n-rio f. riiev ivir. been readily responsive in his w_ 0.; chairman, and port; had be.chosen to run again. presidenV-of the Hoard justice to his own business required of that he forego the pleasure of j anotner term. _ The-.prospective the i Cardston Cho.r Party Council-made .their speeches as well j- A very-enjoyable .evening was-spent as Mayor-Elect J. A, Hammer. A [by the-choir of-the Gardston goodly .c'uip of aspirants arc many, of. their friends, on to serve'" the people on the council. j Wednesday last, There was. dancing Messrs, M. Coombs, Jonathan, j to suit all" and Hunt, -who have each had experience L refreshments which "demonstrated "that in the work, ai-e -again in the field. -New men are mentioned as in the running. Speeches were made Saturday ev- ening by ilessijs.rS. M. WooTf, 'H... C: 'Phipps, Jonathan Hunt. Frank Prown and M. A. and all th-e choir ladies could not'be excelled bs tneir less tunfinl sis'ters: who might be apt to claim superiority in the culinary arts. The Heraid Contest Mr. Dyce, of contest fame, has been starting the good work here.-. He has CALL AT rOiil _ disci-aimed their aspirations for such popular young lady, nominee in the _ j person of Miss Edith. Harker, who Sff t it f 'has been nominated: by Jos. mered Greatly F Heart Trouble. NERVES VESY WEAK. i and the mattets interesting. Mrs., John Farrell, Rose P.E.I.; Mr. Dyce has -been giving his pcrs- "It is- vrith the of onai attention to the matter Here and pleasure I write you stating the benefit there will be encouraging I have received by using Milburn's Heart and- Nerve Pills. _1J _ Tbc good i the excellent'news given ".this i district -by this should" place f it'in the "front ranks in sllch ax con- test. .There is cpnjtest'on here BMIC Priwipki of Jewelry buying "is risk iir repu- tatkm ac- coibit :wben.tlie are e. Loss do'es not originate iii" the And local, fe .L.r V, ratEer iii factbr ferininii A is ex- fcssed iiL three sig dlficant tjie.jissuraace stage. Our we are better .liX to selectiit JEWELER 7 ROtlND.STV GraBS, Sher- iff _W.' B. Martin; left. lor hoine after Ja ;haisty trip to ".this serving upon: six to.-appear. OIL tlie ShWbjvto. tea-: tify ;ln the justice co'urt- tne of Join, charge of the fct Sweet'. Grass tiearlnj-Trill be presiaedti'oyer -by Jusr tice JL F. p, for the caae in the name of and 'At- ioniey Howard B, Shelby, will appear on ants. 'The coiirt power to acqiilt }tlie etse bind to. dittrict court, j The >is strong for. acquittal." exaJnuoatioiL Besses' the [against disintegration and as the only depends entirely upon the general con- dition of the nervous system. If there [remaining force whereby the perman- nerve'derangement of any kind, it is unity of the empire can -be per- bound "lo produce heart derangement. jpetuated. He asks whether British In Milbarn's Heart and Nerve Pills is statesmanf.Iiip is equal to th'e task. combined a treatment that will cure all_____________-J DIDN'T SHOW UP Pon- W, the French-Canadian, who was to ha.V'0 lu-rc to- on the heart itself, and in this is the secret of their success in curing so.many cases of heart and nerve trouble. Milbura's Heart and Nerve Pills are SOG per box, or 3 for St.2.5. at all dealers .or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Wilbur.i Co., Limited, ToioiAo, Cat- .t exhibition; Hack have an ing Adolpbc Made :a 98 different There's nn economy in buyinc a cheap when ''Ideal" qual- ity costs so littJi ifiore. The little forty cents you pay for an. "Ideal" Metal Bed insures solid, quality id the pcnuaiwics erf isy finish, .Tbst. is voith isn't it? You are sure of "Ideal" qnality onlr when tbc "Ideol" Guarantee is cm the I-oot for it when you buy. Meantime. for our book- let. "The Philosophy of ssi the name si who will show you the "Ideal" line. Ask for Book- let Mo, 140 18 There 'is plenty V! Whitla to maie sl Martin whose illness was mcntioaed some tima ago, ilied at -the, Medicine. hqsfiital Jast Suuday, the 27th. The remains shipped' to- Bow Island on; waere the funeral- was '.held: The. be-1 reavicd. ,atra have 'the sympathy- 'Of the unity- V. "Saundcrs, of Minnesota, has purchased, the cf the Farmers' Lumber Compahy, anti "is "preparing to move tlie same bade and build. a tyro-storey part in the front for a restaurant, and lodging house, -which', be. much ,thev travj elling public. August Shane re turned fcis visit to South ta oa Fridav morning, asid is preparing, to .go on his '-fiomc.SLead. _" Mr. Lemmenes. travelling auditor for the Citizens Lumber" Co., was in Whitla Monday" of "this up the yard. ;Some "of -Whiila's people attended tne dance gives- at 3Sf-- -Ha-thaway's, tivelve miles north-east.' All report a. very pleasant' time. S. S. Richardson received tbe ap- Dointment as commissioner for taking affidavits- on Nov. 28. He Will be pared to 'act as> sooa his sion arrives. Ashton A 'basiiK-ss- -trip Medicine Hat last Aveek. -Al. Ensign has been using E- Rcyner, and Ern for bags to-. harden his- muscles on pasi, weclr. preparing- for a boxing match' down the line in tlie, near fu- ture. There was a tijmee at -.A.- Q. Mover's" lavSl evening. A large crowd was "in attendance Iirid" a nne time seportco by air E- "A. Regncr" s.nd .Miss Marie Pip- er ".were guests at the McDaniel home. Ion -Sunday, the 27tli ult. ._ A number of young people were in- vited to the farnrhorme of Miss .Ethel Poor, on the 27th; -to eat "a turkey dinner. :Mr. Forrest, general 'agent, for the Massey Harris firm, made Whitla a call on" Saturday. .Mrs. Jacob Raver iind children, ar- rived from North Dakota to take tip their residence on their homesifad. .Today the school teacher, Miss fo- tetc and the Ladies' Aid, have invit- ed their forces in gel-ting r.p a OhHit Tnas tree and concert. Miss is looking after the' entertainment anil the Aid -is soliciting funds for The tree, and customary- candies, nuls and jniit. The people- m general are quite Tpillino; to help in the matter, and the Ladies have already made a nice tlr collection....... ;Litl.le Marine Richardson nu'i with a" very painful accident a few days ajfc.-by in _a hole a-nd ber Si, to within.' l 'At Tictets is -conectipn Steaiaslsijisi wili-'be. bnu 11' linilted' to flv eq.uip.iaent.v'1. :Jass aaci Tourist. Sleeping, Cars r iirin.? Cars bri all. Csr oa Li Teiaves1 Ins -pointaJSaat .anil "West .th'ereo v. Limited" "leaveB- ipeg daily at S-2oK and 'the "At Express" at'lDlOOJfe diaily, making.' cbii-.i iectlons at -MorjLtreal. for .all'., pointli Bast-thereof. Apply to the, Full tafor-Riatfbn" v i' "SoimO- Trip'. Fares.: ..To ST. DUkUTrt, Minn. MfLWAUKEE, Wfs-' -i A. i TIckets.on saie daify Cr -I-'to'-Sl inclusive f? "ilio G-ciod to Tewm within three months; Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent lor full information. j on one of the comer stakes, striking her .heart -just above tnc eye. 'She was rendered unconscious for several hours ana the sight also affected, but bjis" f filly" recovere-ci, with "the" "excep- tion of a -black eye. jVIiss Byrde and Mabel Richardson. .visited at the McDaniel home o" Sun- j day afternoon. _; CThJ; '-church board expect; to -.begin improvements on the church" some I time- this Tbe new lumber sheds are complet- ed for t-he citizens, and certainly a crvXlit TO the contractor, Mr. Stach- of sky. The new pool hall and lunch coue- ii, lor under tta i inanageincnr, of W, Adams. A young .man of K. D writes to Whitla to know if it would be, advisable to come here and a barber shop. McGraw. of the New York Cinrtta. to get "perj He. must bift p nearly as great a" baseball man J. Eckstorm, ;