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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rgua tlTMMIOQt, ALMUTA, WHO AY, PfdtMtffl M. tttl. 1BS5 T. t. McKEMZIE IS. With tfcft Does every 'cold affect your a U chttluwtw, Mlowid by THE CASEY BROTHERS Syapfcoty r" l Treat etc. IMJK.V u tbo kiduey acliuo. tiw kidiwyi Are you wwrrVi4 aad c-d ovwr mad T S. McKenxie, of the 0. W Kerr Co., is in the city againalter a trip to Minneapolis. On thi' return trip he found the weather in the severely cold, and a bliiaajrd raging. It was a delight to get back to Leth- bridge, with its idesl While away He engaged a lady f raduite" of j Vwelt T there Carelton (Minn.) College as tutor''for' his children, who have parsed second year in the High school course, and he desires thai they should com- plete the course' of education HOW TO TELL uuuaAurtl of If you of kit) either or J" J CAMPBELL; CULLY CO Tkc Twias Fuu in u Photograph'Gallery Oh, my, what a Laugh Fout Latest Motion Pictures ILLUSTRATED SONGS CITIZENS' BAND had undertaken while in Mr. McKeniie bus the very bv'St opin- ion of the school system iu this' pro- vince, but he feels it would be a mistake to change the system his children been accustomed to at the present stage. Mr. McKeniie .says Al- berta is ail the-talk amotifst land- seekers, and "there will be a great rush into this country; in the spring. The Gttsteroii irsci will bu settled by cnahy fanners who will put in a crop next year. Mr. McKeniie expects to occupy lug; fine new house on his farm Chin at the beginning, of the year. MONDAY EVENING OECKMBEBI4 8 Pi. Some Tricks iu MAGIC Also Illustrations in r Mesmerism ByG. W.H.REED LaiJghable Farce entitled The Doctor's Assistant Uproariously Funny Having been Nominated for DIVORCE TALK REVIVED. I onoe again Electors for their Vote and Influence elected I shall endeavor, to do my best for the city at I have done in the past, and vote for the art- vaucemeht- of the city's in- terests. for Rtpo-ted that Byran Uncit -Hat .to Paric U> SM Husband. Lincoln, Neb., Dec. len, brother-in-law of William -J Bryan, to re- ports in Lincoln are that' he has gone to Paris to-arrange the terms of a di- vorce for; Mrs. Biyan Leavitt from her artist husband. Mrs. Leavitt has lived at her-fa- ther's home here in Lincoln for a sufficient time to establish a resi- dence iu this State, and if the divorce petition is filed it will probably be hi Lincoln. With the; departure of'Allen the divorce story has been revived in Lincoln, with the .addition that Mrs. Leavitt has only refrained from filing, a divorce petition because of her loy- ilty xo her father, who is opposed to divorces in general. or Dropny. WUatevw yoa'do, tJuek your U, look to your a4 the o( anything -wioof, just ibe aid they tlw Groat Kidiwy Mw'how and II a few I with reryTitwiirf patiM ia y back. I I aould ihiiiit of but they did good. 4 tidd about Kidnay FiUi aadtaftor taking t I ninoe." box, or 3 fot at aU ur T. Milbora Co "Limited, Titroato. Iu ordering ipecify OUKCt TAKE RUEF JURY DISAGREES. 8m Francisco, Dec. jury in lite trial of Ruef.on tlie charge of having, bribed Supervisor Forey to aid the in. securing the overhead" trolley franchise, was locked up at one o'clock this morn- ing, having failed to after having been out since S.SO ia the afternoon. There were various re- as to the standing.. of the jury. The besL opinion is that they voted ten for guilty and two for acquittal- AmuMMMAt With ures sixpences they earned in way of tips. >j ioug ago the Duke ofvNorfolk happenou to "be a" railway station at watching a train ar- rive, when a young English lady..ask- ed if he spoke English. Finding thai J he did she promptly look him to bo a courier (though truth to tell izjpst couriers are; betifer dreaged premier dwke him her 'bag to carry hotel. This he humbly did; with" much "se-' cret amusement, and was gravely re- svardt'i! with an Engliiih' sixpence, which he with f ag the only money he ever 'eurned with his The Duke Riehmoud was a sixpence by a tripper belonging to a party to wljom. he offered vices as guide while his steward was showing another' party over Goodwood _ He Basked several ques- tions about himself by the'unsuspect- ing trippers, wliicli he found it, ex- tremely difficult to answer, atid near- grayed himaolf once by bursting into laughter. THE DUO JUSTICE to ALL In the Parish Hall f of St. Augustin's MONDAY tVENING 8 O'CLOCK JAS. ASUOROFT STRATFORD-M; D. DEAD. Dec, Don- ald Stratford's-best known physician, is dead at the age of 62. He leaves a ..widow and three "daugh- ters, one of whom is .Mrs. "W. S. Dea-i con, of Vancouver, and one son. i HOMES FOR VETERANS. Ottawa, Ont., Dec.. eslab-. in all principal cities oi' the "Dominion to attend to tiuj wants'of the needy among; those Cffnadiins who'have either seen ac- tive" service under the Imperial flag or in the Imperial or colonial militia, was strongly ad- vocated at a meeting ;bf thd Canadian aiid" Imperial -Service; Asso> ciation. Another meeting to- further the project will" be held two weeks hence. Capt. J. J. Bell, secretary ot the Red River Expedition Association. Toronto; wuis one of the spsakers. hi Tfccfc VeryfiMy Sis fltpktaud the Silly KM 1. Bird Noting 3. Little Cabin Boy 2. And the Still Pursued Her 4. Witches Secret lUuttrtted Bong............. When the Violetg Bloom Near Prices 25c CoittMi FcifenMKc StiriBf it 7.30 A YARN FROM ALASKA. BIG INDIAN BLOW-OUT. Chitftain Four- Hun- Siwaihcs.. Dec. -Yel- the aged chieftain of the who" is'conceded to he the wealthiest Indian in the north- western part. of. the-.State of Washing- ton, entertained Si washes tribe in the Northwest at a, potlatch or giant feast, on his-ranch near Lyh- den, whore he distributed gifts of a total value of and expended "as much more for food and non-alcoholic drink. The festival included the culiar the aborigines, The and Peburied, all the the Nooksack the weird ;rite :being perlorraed in tne cemetery owned .'by Chief Yellowka- nim. Thie ;the ceremony1 war characterized by all due solemnities and ritualistic performances. A medicine dance, in which all the guests participated, closeti the con- j gress of the natives. H orn of Rtporttd to H U rt- earthed Gold. Wash., Dec. Nelson, formerly manager of- the Fairyland skating at Boiling- ham, Wash., writes' 'V> relatives' in Spokane from Fairbanks, Alaska, that by killing -a bull' near Fair- baiks Cfreek he and his partners, Washbimi. aAd Johnson, prospectors, have coRie into'a fortune by the d is covery of a vein of gold, uncovered by the loughorn in its death struggles. Tne animal was shot from a "blind" at a distance of 150 yards, the first bullet striking a vital While quartering the- moose >TelBon discov- ered that the rock, which had; been exposed from tinder a layer of irioss torn loose' 'by bore 'gold hr large quantities; IThe. hunters made a. closer investigation with their glasses, immediately staked "out several claims; on which they filed at "Fairbanks. Nelson'says the.rock bears -a .high percentage pf: gold. rush of miners from banks followed the .discovery. Nelson adds that Js believed to tlie.-iamous Anacondm mooBe, which was- frequently seen byr miners ating along tlie creek. The spread of a little more than seven feet, _, and :the carcase weighed H. Rivers. S. Allen, Thos. H. Harris> Thomas H. O'Brien, J. S- An- derson, and W. 0, Card. School trus.leefr-T.-A-. King, W. A. Redd, Arthur.Dale, and G. W. Green. T. Brown (ac- clamation. S. Newton, M. A. Coombs, H. R. Stackpool, Jona- than Hunt, and John Holmes. Medicine Milne. AFFAIRS AT MONTREAL. iii regard to the fire and police-station biiildiTig have caused much discus- sion. It is now ask the Royal Commission to investigate civic affairs. THE NEW RINK SEASON TICKETS ADMISSIO N Bartlctt Sts. Rink will be open every afternoon while weather is suitable, from 2 to 5 HiLL DENftS I.T. E'auL Mi m.. Dec. J. J. Hiil to 'fiy J.-niod t at tlu- GrMit North in and Quircy bt' iiiio one ri'l AT THE LYCEUM. announcement sure to please ;oc.l music lovers is the engagement the Pobnatier Sist-jrs' Orchestra jp.d Cone, rt Co., at the Lyceum. Thel if Polniat ier Sisters have am internation- al reputation as the world's family. They have all the masters of "Europe and and are'flow makinp C' lour trip t.hf. world, starts .torn Sin Francisco next spriotr. Th-.-ir are of the highest inissib'e character. Anyone desiring nn t.'Mjnyjiblf t-voning song To the Hectors of "Gty of Lethbridge Ont., Dc-f. 10.- md ayers, and that the union -scale oH b? -the 'minimum rate paid for v ill eiaHSPs of labor. Yours respectfully. j PIPES. To The Electors Of City Of Lethbridge j 0 Over worth of Rings, Pins, Lockets, etc. Just in Today C. ROSS TATE NEW STAFFORD BLOCK FURNITURE Onr stook of Furnitun- is new. complete! and up-to-date This week we an? bargains in CHEFFQNIERS We have a fine new assortinvnt of CARPET SWEEPERS Ask for our special prices on conches We are always p'eased to show goods White Furniture Co, Bowman Block Crabb Street been- nominated for -'Alder- man I-desire'to briefly state the lead- ing {nrounds which 1 ask for your support and which it will be in- tenticiti to advocate moat strongly if Fir.-.t. I think you will it for granted that rny best and most i i'lirneal ffforts will be to advance i '.his ijiU're.sts of the city and its eit-! lisna i.i :i manner absolutely iearU-s- ftivor or ill will and with a j that justice be received by all doing! businew with the city. Second. I am in accord with the work and general improvements in-' angurated by mayor and I shall j tlo all in my power to have those j works brought to a satisfactory con-j elusion and as economically as pos-j sible. In this connection I wish you! to understand that in improving city by. its public works I do not i think it wise to overdo the matter beyond reason so as to cramp thp j city financially. -Any work necessary j j for the good of the city will have; my utmost support. I shall endeavor 14 to distribute the work so that all I j parts of the city will be benefittcd. j i r do not approve of spending all the! money in any one particular part or..] section, and leaving other parts of] the city without any attention what-j [ever. There are some details of thejl municipal management I shall makej a point to investigate thoroughly, for i instance the great increase in the j salaries of the city officers. As to the- labor and material supplied the i city for itrf works I am in favor of obtaining both from our own citizens .vheri it is possible and I shall see that our woikmen employed get lib- j eral wages according to the scale recognized by the various trades unions. It elected I shall try to have the j busim-ss- of the city done in nn open and public- planner so that the pub-jj j lie will be confident everything is above board and so that there will bel j no chance for any imputation or aus-s i picion that the business of the city i nnn its Council is transacted private-1 ly in closed or private offices. T sh ill! j do everything Jo maintain tho pres-1 ent efficient, police force for I am j very proud of the good work being, done now by onr local police. I GUS. NEIDIG, Two Nghts Commencing R 15 TH FAMOUS fttatier Sisters Orctiestra and Concert Company THE: SEASON'S MUSICAL. A Magnificent Program, of Vocal and Instrumental Duets, Trios, Quartettes, and Complete Orchestral Renditions. BRILLIANT, HUMOROUS and DRAMATIC ENTERTAINERS. Gorgeous Scenic and Costume Equipment. n Seals now Selling at Lyceum Box Office t I i 4 i PRICES Special Matinee'Wednesday 75c HND 5O Bargain Prices 25c and 50c ;