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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta McKENZIE SACK. Htre Delightful Comparod With th. S. AJeKenxie, of the 0. W is in the city again after a to Minneapolis. On tjjfr -ourtd the weather in the cold, and a blizzard nmv, t u delight to get back te Leth- with its ideal climate While! jWHYAMMLL? DUKES TAKE Havt Amusement With Parties Who Old Not Recognize Them. HOW TO TELL. i VVK. English (J T7 affii0t'your hwk, and I 'of Norfolk and ,their they earned m f MOVING IHICTURES. for otu anco oi to kidney u. H-S the use of or beer tiw kidneys? Are you easily worried and over Are tha feet and cold.' dn.-ul.uiou Lad tho eyes AUDI V n you have rheumatism, po the way of tips. Not long ago the Duke of Norfolk ching a train ar- THETRATEJrDyd In Their Very Fnnny Sketch Sis Hopkins and the Silly KM 1. Bin! Nesting T 9 A, i o. Little Cabin Boy 2. And the V uhan Still Pursued Her 4. Secret Illustrated Violet. Bloom Near prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance StirtiBf A 7.30 first sign of anything v J0 present stage. -u-iuiiey c f weU and fit you feel southern Al- uie talk amongst land- j Mrif-0. Warren, and there will be a "reit I was trouljlwl witii into this countrv in the snrine i >J tried Cameron will h- i A f tll7'iid me will b-_- settled by i A toW me about KidnevPill. Banners who will put irra croi) I Mr. McKenzie handri- not not ne beginning of the _ Prjca-50 cents per box, or 3 bores for I at all dealers or The T. Milbura t-o Limited, Toronto. In ordering specify "Doan'i." Having been Nominated 'for I 5 k. ____ There' ii Tricks in tha Thl JUuslrationfl m aiti luti fres W. H. REED of jjjgj'S'baWe. Farce' entitled ie Doctor's I DIVORCE TALK REVIVED. and was gravely.re-iw___ h an English .sixpence, to Have Un- shows with pride as the earthed Gold. he ever earned with his n i Spokane, Wash.. Dec. lO.-Ocar T Duke of R.c-hmond was' tipped-kelson, formerly' manage- of KIICV by a tripper belonging to} ?airyland skating rink at Belline he offered his ser- j haiu. Wash, writes to relatives in a. while his steward was j opokaue from Fairbanks, Alask over Goodwood 1 by killing a bull moose near 'ked several ques- bu-uks Creek he and his by the unsuspect-1 Washburn and Johnson, he found it ex nvrwt j M -S. Allen. Thos. Harris, Thomas H. O'Brien, J.-S- j d.erson, and W CL Cazd. Sel A. 'Arthur Dale, and G. W. Green. T. Brown ciamation. S. Newton, M. A. Coombs, H. R. Stack-pool, Jona- than Hunt, and John Milne. Lincoln, Dec. brother-in-law' of RUEF JURY DISAGREES. S in Francisco, Dec. 10 jui-- the trial of Abe Ruef on the charge of having bribed Supervisor Korev to j aid the United Railroads in securing ,thp franchise_ WaJAged Chieftain BIG INDIAN BLOW-OUT. touce again-ask tba Electors for their Vote and Influence won, the Funny li: elected I .shall endeavor to do my best for the city as I have done in the-past, and vote for the ad- vancement of the cityTs best in- terests. u? at o'clock this "mom: aryan' to reach a verdict ports m Lincoln are that he has gone out since 3.30: in to -Pans to arrange the terms of a afternoon- various re- vorce for Mrs-. Euth Bryan Leavittl irom her artist hu6band Mrs' Leavitt has liyed at her fa-1 here in .Lincoln for af time to establish a resi-j if the dred Siwashes. p..... rour "un- ,-at a distance of 150 yards, the first bullet striking a vital spot ''While quartering the moose Nelson discov- ered that the rock, which had exposed from under a.-layer of moss the aged chieftain of the tribe, WHO is conceded tn h.> w >1K 'veaithiwt in ,mm .md mr acqmttal. IWOTH part, of the Stats of Washing i-i UJ. JJHJ5S torn-loose by the animal, bore gold Dec. Yel j "r firge Quantities. The hunters .wkanim, the aged chieftain of the a closer investiga'ti6n with theiV HOMES FOR VETERANS ton, entertained 400 Siwashes of rest at a potlatch n.agrmying glasses; .and -immedia'telv staked out several claims, on which With the departure of 4Hen vorce story' has been reeved in need-v Lincoln, with the addition th-it' who seen ac-jculiar '.-ley jNeison says vne rock- bears a high.percentage of A rush of miners from Fair- followed the discovery. Nelson MWWl that the animal. js believed to be the famous Anaconda moose which rrequentjy seen by miners oper- atmg along the creek. The spread of Antlers is a little more than sever. ieet. and the carcase weighed 1200 pounds the Parish Hall f If St. Augustin's JIONDAY EVENING1 :i? JUSTICE to ALL in STRATFORD M.D. DEAD Siratford, Ont., Dec. a d-M. Fraser, Stratford's best known i physician-is dead.at the age of 62 He leaves a widow and three dauch- rni u r .__ _ i I _ _, in owned by Chief Yellowka- AFFAIRS AT MONTREAL Montreal Dec O.-Developments in >-pard to the fiic and police station have caused m to ask the ON THE NEW RINK SEASON TICKETS S5.OO ADMISSION and 2 5c. Cor. Bompas Bartlett Sts. Sink will be open every atternoon while weather H O'CLOCK 25c DEN'ES IT. 9--J- J- Hill t in Nnrth-rn QuiI10y fc inf.) Ca I'l.-O.rr. i-jid Mrs. l ihirij :l.-d hy fiir'y AT THE LYCEUM. An announcement sure to 'oc..l music lovers is the engagement the Pol-natier Sisters' Orchestra -id Cnnc> rt Co., at the- Lyceum. The .t'olmntier- Sisters have an internation- al rc-pijuition as the world's greatest mufliMl family. They have appeared, b.-f'uv all the masters of Europe and! and are .-now making a short'' C'an.-Klian tour before sta.tihg on th--ir i ironi Francisco early next't iTheuv ocnc-ns are of the highest Anyone desiring an enjoyable !-vening of music, son? a.ir! story, should, nor miss this excel- lent opportunity. They have been secured at great expense by the man- afii-inent ..f th- Lyc-.-um Theatre for j two nights, stii-rtiiifr Tuesday, Dec. 15. j sp'.-cial nun i nee Wednesday. Over worth of Rings, Pins, Lockets, etc. just in Today C. ROSS TATE NEW STAFFORD BLOCK TURE L lOur stock of Furuii'ir.' is w, complete and np-to-datc. This wei'k hjirnnins in xwrIN D 0 wr B Li N D S 11 i CARPET SM'EEFERS on couclies show goods To the Hectors of the Citjr of Lethbridge requested, by the Trades Unions to run as alder- m the forth coming election i' b-'g _to ststc that if elected I shall'do! in my power to-further the be.st! of the city, and shall fy; have ..ill work by r.sid vagrts bi -the minimum rate paid for eijisses of labor.- Yours respectfully. BROWN PIPES. To The Electors Of The City Of Lethferidge Huvinif bc-e-i nominated for I to briefly state the lead- ing grounds on which I ask for you- support and which it will be niv to advuctite jno.st strongly-if, elt-cted. First, 1 think you will tstk- it gnuite-J that my b-st ,md most i ffforts will be. to interest of The city nrrd it.s ciu la a m.inner absolutely fearlesJ joi favor m- ill will and with a dvsirr I that be ivceived by all j business with the city. i Seco-ul. I am in accord with the work and general iniprovementa uugurat.-d by the mayor and J shall1 do all in my power to have those! works brought to a satisfactory con-! elusion and as economically as pos-i sible. In connection I wish you I to understand 'that in improving the: city by its public works I do not! think it to overdo the matter- beyond reason so as to cramp the city financially. Any work necessary' ior the good of the city will have, i my utmost support. I shall endeavor I to distribute the work so that all i parts of the city will be benefited. I do not approve of spending all the money in any one particular part, or and leaving other parts of' i the city without any attentio'n. what- ever. There are some details of the municipal management I shall make :i point to investigate thoroughly, for uistance the great increase in the j salaries of the, city officers. As to labor and material supplied the J city for it.s works I am in favor of! i'.obtfiininp; both from our own wh.-n it is possible and I shall that our woikmen employed set. lib-! recognized by the various trades unions. If "-iected 1 shall try in have tho if j busin.-ss of the city done in an open' jiiml public manner so that the pub- jlic will confident, everything is; so that there will be >y imputation or aus- is suitable, from 2 to 5 LYCEUM THEATRE Nhts CbmmenAig TUESDMY, DECEMBER 15 THE: FAMOUS Pettier Sisters flpdiestra and Concert Cnrnw it SEASON'S MUSJCAL. EVENT of the city I gorgeous Scenic and Costume now Selling at Lyceum Box Office 1C no new uw. i E. Hewson. K.C.. of Barrio j 'Air. rovnn T; 'Micklo of Cheslcy is appointed j tomorrow nipht to attend a mooting j Essex County jndgcship and F. j on of (.lie stock holders at :smer of' Tissox takes the placoj which the company's officers will bo. to i inff> .Tiidirc -MHSWSfo Berry, well St j- .A t f Everything for O Pricea 25d and 50c.. j i rwMUVYil C( ftr W St. John, died i i I from the effects of nu. ;