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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlOGt DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909. PAGE FIVE FIVE CUPS FOR ONE CENT !s certainly an economical beverage, yet this is all that Makes Peculiar Wager TEA will make 220 cups most delicious Tea The Western Grocery Store FORD Fire Alberta Imperial Cream Silver Spoom Tea Blue Ribbon Tea Fresh Italian Chestnuts All Kinds of Imported Cheese GENT'S FURNISHING! BOOTS AND SHOES Prompt delivery in all parts 'of the city. place Jor residents of North Lethbridge to buy their furniture, glassware, etc., Wilson Furniture Co. Westminster Rd. North Lethbridge A Local Budget Our Assortment of Dolls and Mechanical Is Now Complete SELECT BEFORE THE LINES ARE BROKEN L.- and J. McLEAY New York, Nov. on Wednesday at midnight, in a sleet storm, on a wager of that he could walk one hundred miles in one hundred hours, Mr. Edgar Ackerman, dealer in old English prints "at'No. 1 East Fortyfifth street, had covered most of the distance at midnight Friday night, when he came into Long Island City on his last lap with the prospect o-f accomplishing the feat in fifty hours or .less. -The cross country walk grew but of a discus- sion among several members of a Lon- doa colony in New York on Thanks- giving eve. When Mr. Ackerman declared that it was child's play to walk the dis- tance in. .the time mentioned, Mr. A. S. Vernay, a dealer in antiques at No. 12 East Fortyfifth Street, wager ed to that- he -could not do it. The bet was promptly cover- ed, and Mr. Ackerman set out Horn Columbus Circle through" the sleet and slush. Mr. Vernay and a friftai followed in a cab. WINNIPEG SUFFERS FROM THE STORM Winnipeg, Dec. stout cedar poles carrying electric light ca- bles and telephones and telegraph wires came crashing to the ground in the vicinity of Notre Dame St., last j night and as a three months' trip- to his former home at Ottawa and Montreal- Cunningham has been in the twenty-eight years and made his last visit to the East 'twenty-two ago. The Methodist Parsonage was the scene of a very pretty wedding on j Wednesday evening, Dec. 1st. contracting parties were J. T. Peart j of Regina, Sask., and Miss E. H. j Gardiner, of Perthshire, Scotland. The bride looked charming in her princess gown and wore a black silk picture, hat. She was attended by Miss Wishart of the city, who was. attired in a lovely Dutch dress trimm We have just received two cars of all-kinds of BEDS, MATTRESSES from the East to be.sold at Less than Manufacturer's Price BEDS, SPRINGS, and MATTRESSES from up to GRAND ALSO of all kinds, which mutt be cleared. Prices from up Don't Fail to give us a loot, as Ve can guarantee bargains to every purchaser STOVES AND BEATERS 35 PER CENT. The Golden West Furniture Co <2 Opposite the Herald Office Miss Verna Felton The Allen Flayers tf Will Present William Gillette's Great Success HERLOCK 1 I 1 I 1 1 I Coaan Doyle's Immortal Character CAST Sherlock Holmes......................Mr. Irving Kennedy Doctor Watson....................air. George Llewellyn James Lurrabee........................-Mr. Ivan Hambly' Sidney Prince......................Mr. Donald Professor Moriarity..................Mr. Chas. Ayres rices: John Form an Alfred Bassick Sir Et'ward Lcightcn.. Jim Crair. Parsons Mr. Ernest Adams .Mr. Gordon Hynd'tian ......Mr. Chas. Harris .Mr. Gordon Hyndman Liphtfoot McTague .Bill Adams Madge Larrabee Miss Marie Thompson Miss Ella Hough ton Thresc Mrs. Clara Allen Alice Faulkner MISS VERNA FELTON SYNOPSIS ACT. I. Drawing room at Larrabee. Evening ACT II. Professor Mortality's underground office. Morn- ing. ACT III, Sherlock apartments in Baker Street. Evening. ACT The Stephney Gas Chamber. Midnight. ACT V. Doctor Watson's office, Kensington, the following evening. Time, eight years "ago. Place, London. ed with very rich trimmings.- groom was supported by C. E. phenson of Durham, EnglaM. Thej Ste- j The! The British and Colonial happy couple are making their home pllic QO are now occupying rdoms in the Sherlock Block. The regular meeting, of. the West- on Bartlett Street. Monday evening Rev. William Reid's room at 1110 Redpath St. was the scene of a quiet wedding when Carl _ Peterson and Georgiana Silsbc, both'day evening. It was consecration of Bowville, were united in wedlock. nigjlt an.d a jargc number were pre- joined minster Church League was held Mon; 3093 LADIES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 3093 All Seams Allowed. Any variation of the usual designs in' shirtwaists is sure to be of in- terest to the home dressmaker. This one is cut on tailored lines and is adaptable to the heavy washable fab- rics of linen, madras and pique, well as French flannel and cash- mere. A group of tucks at the shoul- der eives width to the figure, at the same time contributing to the front fullness. The sleeves are in regulation shirtwaist style. The pattern is in 7 to 44 inches, bust measure. For 36-inch bust the waist will require 4 yards of mater- ial 20 inches wide. 3 1-2 yards 24 inches wide. 3 1-S yards 27 inches wide, 2 1-4 yards 30 inches wide, or 2 yards 42 inches wide. PriceNrf pattern, 10 cents. The young couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams.of Bow villc and a few other friends. Rev. j William Reid performed the ceremony, j On Monday evening, at the close of; the Young'People's meeting in Baptist Church there was an informal! social gathering. After tea and cake; had been served, Rev.'W. Reid made reference to the "departure -of Miss Murit, who has been very active in the church work and presented her with a pretty little leather hand bag and purse. Miss Munt left for- B. C. yesterday. The management of the Auditorium Rink have secured the services of the Union Band for Thursday evening. Twice as many lights will be install cd and a new dressing r6om will 14 equipped. The centre of sport fo this winter will be the auditoriu: rink. Those intending, to indulge in. skating should get season tickets at once at the rink or from the Leth- bridge Sporting Goods Co. The ice whilej is in first class condition and the rink is large enough to accommodate all the skaters in Lethbridge. j "Sherlock Holmes" at the Lyceum tonight. sent. Several new members afterwards- Miss Jessie GXaham read a very interesting address on "Love." William J. Crabb St. has left on a business trip to the Old ountry and expects to return in o months. On his return he will rect two .modern roomed hous- COMING TO LETHBRIDGE Kingston.. Ont... Dec. P. May, M. A., History master of the Collegiate Institute, has sent in his resignation having received a good offer from school at Leth- bridge. Who's es on London and Coutts St. for parties- Contracts are already'.signed np to commence as soon as...possible. Mr. Williams also expects' to', have some friends accompany him return as they have been making inquiries regarding prospects of locating in .Lethbridge. sprained ankle will usually dis- able the injured person for three or four weeks. This is due ;to-lack of proper treatment' When Iain's Liniment is a cure- may be effected in three or four days. This liniment is one of .the best and. most remarkable preparations .in- use. Sold by all druggists. You Can Buy For v T Ladies' Velour Calf Bliicher, "Fitwell" Brand. A useful winter shoe, per pair Ladies' Vicl pat. tip, "Fitwell" Brand. A stylish dress shoe. Per pair Ladies' Fine Tan Calf Blucher, "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vici Kid, or "Kang- aroo" leather, blucher cut. Made on latest mod- els. "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Working Shoes, from, per pair House slippers in all the newest designs. Call and inspect our goods BAY COMPANY t T T J. t T t Seats on sale at the Arcade until 6.15 A nice comfortable house with new opera chaira just installed. RAILWAY CREW NOT TO BLAME FOR WRECK Vancouver, Dec. coroner's jury in the accident at Lskevicw sta- on the B.C. Electric railway, in v.'iiich 15 persons lost their lives Miroo weeks ago, Last rc.nilered a ver- dict freeing the: of the freight train from all blame. It was a lumber laden car from this freight train that ran away down the grade and crashed into the pas- senger coach- The jury suggested that freight cars should he controlled j by air brakes and that rules for the operation of the steam railway, as laid down by the railway commission should be adopted by the B.C. elec- tric. Many persons find themselves af- fected with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza. As this cough can be promptly cured by the use of Chamberlairfs Cough Remedy. It not be aHowed to ran on until It troublesome. Sold by all Better settle this question right by 11 p THE e made the cake given as a prize at the Lyceum for the best slide X Silks and Fancy Goods j See our stock before you purchase your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LADIES' COSTUMES MADE TO ORDER. Tai Chens Co Sherlock Block Glyti Street ;