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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1908. T BROTHERS ,Trfo Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, etc. CAMPBELL The Thr Fun in a Photograph (ralWv. CULLY CO. Twins fill CANADIAN RAILWAY CASUALTIES 242 People Have Been Killed and 259 Injured in Railway Accidents So Far This Year. Toronto, Dec. The following 's a record so far this year of casual- ties on Canadian railways In- Month. Killed, jured. January 29 February 24 March 26 April 32 May 22 June 23 July 20 August 11 September 22 October 27 26 28 23 45 31 32 "Don't Neglect a Cough or Cold." It can have but one result. It leaves the throat or lungs, or both, affected. PAGE THRU TORONTO TRAVELLER WON COW.' .AT RAFFLE i And Got a Calf Thrown in But Had: i to Pay Freight i I i Toronto, Doc, Toronto trav-> i clor down east a wvek or so ago and today he doesn't know whether to be glad or sorry, and this is why: Somebody usked the drummer to! i buy a tie-net for a raffle, in which a j Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is the cow was to ho the prize. He bought, j medicine you need, it is without an equal paying fifty cents, and then forcotall' as a remedy lor Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Pain in the Chest, Asthma, The episode came back to him this Whooping Cough. Quinsy and all affeetiona of the Throat and Lungs morning when an express company A single dose of Dr. Wood's Xorway advised him that .some live stock had Piue Svrup will stop a cough, soothe the throat "and if the couch or cold has become arnvert him. and that the charges Totals......'......242 18 259 throat, and if the cough or cold has become settled on the lungs, the healing properties of the Norway Pine Tree will proclaim its MOVING PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDLVILLt THE THATEN DUO In Their Very Fnnny Sketch Sis Hopkins and the Silly Kid 1. Bird Nesting :j. Little Cabin Boy 2. Arid the Villian Still Pursued Her 4. Witches Secret Illustrated Song.............When the Violets Bloom Near Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 The fatalities were due to the fol-1 plete cure. bad effects, and a persistent use of the remedy cannot fail to bring about a com- amounted to When the traveller investigated, he ,J r HIL: v ill ViirtLLCU. great virtue by promptly eradicating the fl K i.- a lhat ticket had won the cow, and that the cow had {jiven 1-3000 Feet Latest Motion 1 BAJs'D 1 EVENING i' DECEMBER 14 8P.M. Some Tricks in i-MAGIC iJ-l Mesmerism To The Electors Of The City Of Lethbridge lowing circumstances: Cause. Ke Run iiver by cars............. Explosions.................. Collisions................. Derailments Caught between cars........ Falls............... Struck by train.............. Falling material............. Drowning.................. Killed by rock slides.......... Struck by passing object 4 Machinery 4J Suffocated.................. 2! Swept away by ood 3J Fires 21 Heat prostration.............. i Fumes of gasoline i Do not be humbugged into buying so- the pusteboa rd called Norway Pine Syrups, but be sure i ,vr and insist on having Dr. Wood's. "t birth to a calf since the purchase of j Whether in honesty] Ti spurts hasi ex- ana insist on havujg Dr. Wood's. It is j nasi ex- Ottawa, Dec. 1 '3 put up in a yellow wrapper, three pine i Pressed mother and child to the Tor- inir the inspection or 17 trees the trade mark, and price 25 cents. onto address. Ta be expeditious or f, T-in-A ._ i if_ i Tm__ T_ i -i AII i iniii-piovinciiil tr 031 Mrs. A. Elles, Innisfail, Alta, writer: or both thfv e "Last 8pring I had Typhoid fever and bolh> the express route nnmon has been rescinded for the 19 j Bronchitis, which left mo with a terrible i nod bcm chosen- mstead "f the being as far as- poultry is con- 131 cough. I tried doctors medicine but got j drum freight method. j cerned. Until yesterday the the responsi-j refused to accept poultry for ship- the lucky points outside the. nrhvinw cured. My husband also uses it whenever he has a cough. I would not bo with- out it." his luck. Then he paid the twelve, disposed of the WINNIPEG MARKET. Winnipeg. Man., Dec. markets were dull and prices Theiv a general falling off right 'ii-fTi, iti- Dec. closed 1'; lower, May lower, and July cent lower, American markets ws-iv off color, Chicago 1% and Minneapolis The Northwest re- ceipts are only averatv, bin a gradual falling off is noticed. of consignment unless it, had been inspected according to the law, which Total........... ..........242 ByGK W.H. REED J Laughable Farce entitled The Doctor's Assistant Uproariously Funny In the Parish Hall of St. Angustin's MONDAY EVENING S O'CLOCK Having been nominated for Alder- man I desire to briefly state the lead- ing on which I ask for your. support and which it will be my in- .tention to advocate most strongly if' To the Ratepayers of the City- elected. First. I think you will take it for granted that my best, and most efforts will be To The Electors of the City of Lethbridge TALKS OF CANADA. London, James Barren, a .recent guest of Canadian Minimr Institute Institute and masterly way in which minin cow and offspring, and found himself j requires that all meats shipped'mint several dollars ahead of the game. bear, the stamp of the ..Government inspector. It has been found imprac- Q...KL.., or Scotland of the practical and mechanical, problems are faced, and the immense possibilities of the mineral resources of Canada. j tic-able to apply this rule to poultry. London, Dec. at the j so a notice-has-been issued from the Imperial Colonial Club last night Stock Department to all Cana- dian railways, permitting them to ac told the Mining JH. Toder, for Queens- land, said Canada was one of the best places to live in, and no coun-1 spection. try had impressed him more. 'l'i Canada, a.s in AuPtraliii, the dominant note lovaltv. ctpt. such consigniiVents without- 131- Strdngest...programme of the seasbu at the Lyceum tonlaht. of Donald McNab States His Position In reply to a communication from tho Labor Bulletin requesting .n outline of the position taken by the can- dldate of the I. L. P., Donald McNab, the following was received: Having been nominated as a can- "I have-been a Trades Unionist for over twenty years and have always hern z strong supporter of Trades- Unisr. jdidate for the office of Alderman, ij principles. I have always been an advocate of a Labor Party, believing that Unioriism "alone" could Lethbridge: efforts will be to advance! es, ave aways een an avocae o a aor arty, eieving that Uniorii the interests of the city and its cit- fit to elect me'j our wages but could never existing systems to any great extent. izens in a manner absolutely fearless of favor or ill will and with a desire that justice be received by all doing business with the city. Second. I am in accord with the w.ork and general improvements in- augurated by the mayor and I shall do all in my power to have those works brought to a satisfactory con- gressive policy for the advancement of the city's welfare, and will endea- vour to have its affairs conducted as economically as possible consistent with efficiency. Yours faithfully, C. B. BOWMAN; COAL MINE SOLD (Medicinc Hat 2 H-nry Hamilton has sold his coal miiK' at Little Plume to Geddcs of Fagle Butte. This is a pretty good property and the coal is popular in tho. south country. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and family will leave next wvek for their native land, the Is- land of Arram, Scot-land. In the many years during winch Mr. Hamil- ton has a resident of this dis- trict h.j has followed ranching, to understand that in improving the! city by -its public works I do not think it wise to overdo the matter! beyond reason so as to cramp the Sity financially. Any work necessary for the good of the city will have my utmost support. I shall endeavor to distribute tho work so that all parts of the city will be benefited. I do not approve of 'spending all the money in any one particular part or section.. leaving other parts of wages be the minimum rate paid for the city without any attention what-jail classes of labor. support Mayor Henderson pro-j "I am in favor of Government ownership of all public utilities, such as railways, minis, elevators and: every-) thing that could be operated by the Government in the interests of the working classes. "I am in favor of the Compensation Act being further amended by striking out the clause which states -that this act is available in the construction of buildings only when the height exceeds 30 feet. I believe it should be available from the ground. 1 believe we should have as good an act 33 the amended Act of Great Britain. would support an act similar to the Amended Act of Great B-itain. am prepared to put up a hard fight on a proposition that has been a bor.e of contention between miners and operators in this Bistrict, for seme time, namely: That ail coal be weighed before screening. "I am prepared to advocate that all wo.-kingmen shall be paid in lawful cu-rency instead of by cheque, ini f j "Regarding my attitude toward the fie Liberal Party, I am prepared to support them in any EilBClOrS Ol Tll6 measure that they bring forward if it is in the interests of the working NOT OTHERWISE." f .1 1 1 (Signed) .DONALD McNAB. uty of Lethbndge been requested by the Trades Unions to run as alder- man in the forthC9ining election. I beg to state that if elected I shall do all in my power to further the best interests of the city, and shall try to have all work done by resident tax- payers, and that the union scale of e ON THE NEW RINK SEASON TICKETS S5.OO ADMISSION Cor. Bompas Bartlett Sts. JKink will be open every afternoon while weather is suitable, from 2 to 5 ever. There are some details of the; municipal'management I shall makv! a point to investigate thoroughly, fur! iiiatanci; the increase in the.1 salaries of thy city officers. As to! the labor and material supplied the city for its works I am in favor of obtaining both from our own citizen? when it in possible and I shall se-.1 that our workmen employed get lib- oral wagfA-j according to the scale recognized by the various trades Yours respectfully. PIPES Having been Nominated for ALDERMAN once again ask the Electors for their 1.0 iifivt1 ti'ie business of tho city done in an open and public manner so that the pub- lic will bo confident even-thing is above board and so that there will be farming and coal mining and his trio'! for any imputation or sus- to Scotland will dve him a well-1pJClon that the the city holiday amonc the surround-1 and lts is private- ings of his youth. IRON SPRINGS ly in closed or private offices I shall do everything to maintain the pres- ent efficient police force for I am (very proud of the good work being If 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 city's best in- terests. Iron Springs. Dec. Rev. Mr. i TT-11 i t fe t Saturday. Dec. 12; A Guaranteed Attraction The Beautiful JDown East Play LONG THE with All Special Scenery i under medical treatment con- tinually, of death. Peritonitis was the cause JUSTICE to ALL JAS. ASHCEOFTJ The Herald Job Department has a j splendid line of photo-mounting card, suitable also for mounting pictures, dark grey, 22x28 inches, at I5c. per sheet. the Splendid Orchestra the Comedy jjuartette t Good Singing t lie Snow Storm J lie} Scene J Explosion Scene Specialties v., Comedy trade For David K mg The People's Candidate A Square Deal to all Taxpayers North Ward included Two Nights Commencing TUESDMY, DECEMBER 15 El FA M O U S a THE: s EI ASO N 7s M us i EV EI iNiT" A Magnificent Program of Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Duets, Trios, Quartettes, and Complete tr 1 Renditions. BRILLIANT, HUMOROUS and DRAMATIC ENTERTAINERS. Gorgeous Scenic and Costume Equipment. Seats now Selling at Lyceum Box Office 1. 75 Special Matinee Wednesday c HND _Wo Bargain Prices 25c and 50c ;