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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, PAGE THREE ftr J.tijul 115 THEATRE T Q N I G H T THE CASEY BROTHERS Symphony Trio A Musical Treat Guitars, Banjos, etc. CANADIAN RAILWAY CASUALTIES 242 Pecnle Have Killed and 269 injured In Railway Accidents So Far This Year, Toronto, Dec. following a record su far this year oi casual- ties on Canudi'in In- Mo'ith. KHlwi. jured. January 29 February March April May CAMPBELL, CULLY CO. The Three Twins fan iu a Photograph Gallery Oh, my, what n Laugh Feet Latest Motion Pictures ILLUSTRATED SONGS CITIZENS' BAND .r MONDAY EVENING t DECEMBERS 8 P.I. I Some Tricks in I MAGI.. Also Illustrations in Mesmerism i BvGr.W.H. REED Laughable Farce entitled Thc Doctor's Assistant Uproariously Funny Electors July 24 20 32 22 23 20 M September 22 October 27 Totals ............242 26 28 23 45 31 32 22 22 12 IS 259 fatalities were dm- circumstances Run over by cur.s Kxplo.sions to the fol- NO. 73 yj Derailments 19 Caught between cars K3 12 Struck by'train 10 Falling material 10 Drowning 0 Killed by rock slides.......... 4 Struck by passing object...... 4 Machinery................... 4! Suffocated 2 Swept away by ouii 3 fires..................... 21 Heat prostration l l-'uiUfs of gasoline 1 Total................. 242 "Don't Neglect a Cough or Cold." It can have but one result. It leaves the throat or lungs, or both, affected. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup ii medicine you IKXJU. withovit an equal a jvrnfcdy'for (Jough3% Colds, Bronchitis, Bore Throut, Tnin in the Cheat, Aulhnia, Whooping Cough, Quinsy and ail ot tbo Throat and. A iingie 01 Df. Wood's Pine Syrup will slop a cough, BOOtho the throat, if the cough at cold h" become settled on the lunga, the healing of the Norway Treo will proclaim iu great virtue by promptly- the bod aivl a pertutetit use of the remedy cannot fail to bring about a com- cure. Do not htimoused into buying so- called Norway but be sore and insist on having Wood's. It it put up'in a yellow wrapper, three pine trees the trade mark, wad price 25 cents. A. Ellet, Inniftfail, AlU., Bpring I Typhoid fever and Bronchitis, which left ne with a terrible cough. I tried medicine but got no relief until my husband got me A. bottle of Dr. Wood'a Norway Pine Syrup, and before I had finished it my cough wax cured. My husband akb uses it whenever he haa a oougL I would not be out it." TORONTO TRAVELLER WON COW I AT RAFFLE j ____ i And Got a Cslf Thrown in But Had tt Pay Freight Toronto, Toronto trav-' L'kT down oust a oi' so utfo' and todav ho doesn't tiiow whether! t to be Rlad or sorry, and this is why: j Somebody asked the drummer to i Isuy a tk'net for a ruHle, in which n cow wiis to he the He paying fifty cents, and then forgot all1 i about it. Tin- t'pisof'e cumc back to him this] inoniiiiir when an express company i j 1 udvised him that some livu stock had ittrrivt-d for him, and. that the charges amounted to S12. i When the traveller investigated, he j found that his rallle ticket had won the cow, and that the cow had given birth io a fiilf since the purchase of ihe pasteboard. Whether in honesty i or in jest the eastern sports had cx- pivssed mother and child to the Tor- onto address. f MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE THE THATEN DUO In Their Very Fr.nny Sketch Sis Hopkins 2nd the Silly Kid 1. Bird Nesting :J. Cabin Boy 2. And the Villiau Still Ptirstud HIT -i. Witches Secret Illustrated Scmjj .........Wlien Violets Bloom Neur Prices I5c and 25c Coatiniious Performance Starting 7.30 WILL HELP POULTRY TRADE. Rescinding an Order Requiring Glfi- ctal Inspection. WINNIPEG Man., MARKET. ;j In the Parish Hall of St. Augustin's MONDAY EVENING 8 .O'CLOCK ADMITTANCE 25c COAL MINE SOLD (Medicine Hat Nowsl) Henry Hamilton has sold his coal mini- at Little Plume to W. Geddes of Ka'plo Butte. This is a pretty good property and tho coal is popular in the south country. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton and famiiv will leave next Having been nominated for: Alder- man I desire to briefly state the lead- ing grounds on which I ask for your support and which it will be my in- tention to advocate most strongly if elected. First. I think you will take it for granted that my best and mast earnest efforts will be to advance the interests of the city and its cit- izens in a manner absolutely fearless of favor oi' iil'will and with a desire that justice be received by all doing business with the city. Second. I am in accord with the work 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- clusion and as economically 'as pos- sible. In this connection I wish you to understand, thai the city by iis public works I do not think it wise to "overdo the matter beyond reason so as to cramp the city financially. Any work'necessary! ior the good of the city will have 'my utmost support. I shall endeavor to distribute the work so that all parts of the city will be benefitted. I 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- ever. There are some details of .the municipal management I shall make a.point to investigate thorocghly, for instance the great increase in the salaries of the city officers. As to the labor aud material supplied the city for its works I am in favor of obtaining both from our own citizens when it i.s possible and I shall see that our workmen employed get eral wages according to the scale recognized by the various trades 'unions. If elected I shall try to have the To The Electors of the City of Lethhridge TALKS OF CANADA. London, Dec. a recent of' the Minimr Institut', yesterday, told thc Mini a? Institute ot Scotland of tin- and masterly way in- which timiins: and niechanic.it v.rc fa coil, and thft irnmo'ise possibilities of thv mineral resources of Canada. Ottawa. Dv-c. Tao law requir-i in? the inspection o: intcndi'd Tu be expetJitious, or for -inter-provincial trad.' in tin- Do- j expensive, or both, the express route jriinion has been for the liad IH-CU chosen, instead Of the- hum-! time bfti-jg as far as 'poultry is drum freight meuiocl. cerned." Until yesterday the jailway-. SlaKKcred at first by the rcsponsi- to poultry 'fur .ship- of u stock yard, the lucky cit-'mi-ni to points outaidp the provinCv said things abouL his luck. Then '.of coh.signrm-n: it had been lie paid the twelve, disposed of the inspected accor'lin? 10 the: law, which raw and offspring, and found himself! i that all m.-ats shipped must dollars of tin- game. ai Govcrinuent inspector. It has been found imprue- CANADA O. K, j tic-able to apply thin rule tj> jjoultry. l.otuloT, Dfc. Speaking at a notice has issued from jhe Colonial 'Club 'last night Sir i Live Stock Department to all Cana- H. Toder, api-nt.gcneral for Qmvns- dian railways, permitting tlu-in' to ac land, said Canada was one of .in- best places to live in, and no C'nin- sp-.'ction. try bad impressed him. monj. I'i _ markets w Thi-jv fpiu tlr- closed 1 Dec. fxical tlull and prict-s lower. right 'ninij. Dju. M iy I1, lower, aiKf July -t ci-m lower; markets al-o off color, Chicago 1% ami Minw Th.' Nonhwi-st" re- f.-ipth iii" only a but a gradual off i.s noticed. Canada, aa the note wa.s loyalty. domin ,nt strongest" pro-ramme of the season t> the Lycenm toniaht. To the Ratepayers of the City Lethbridge: Having been nominated as a can- Donald McNab States His Position n outline of positiDn of in reply to a cDmmunication from ti'._ Bu'.Ltia req :e.ti didate of thc 1. L. P., Donald the fe'.lowing was -received: the can- "I Kave bsen a Tradts Unionist fo- over twenty years iiava aiwcys been a strar.g suppo-ter of Unin didate for the office of Alderman, I principles. I have always been an advocate of a Labor Party, bricving that Unionism alone could on'.y he p u willi should, ynn fit elect me. 1 in maintaining our wages but couid alter existing systems-to any support Mayor Henderson in his pro-] "I am in favor of Government owne-shi-j of all utilities, such 25 railways, miner, e'evatars and every- pre.ssivtV. policy for the advancement of the city's welfare, and will t-ndea- thing that could b3 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 vour to have its affairs conducted j this act in the construction of buildings on'.y when tlie height exceeds 30 feet. consistent) available from t'.ie ground. I believe we should have as an act 33 t.ie amended Act economically as possible with efficiency. Yours faithfully, C. B. BOWMAN. I believe it should be of G.-eat Britain. _ TO tuC City of Lethbridge j would support an act similar to the Amended Act of Great B-itain. "I am prepared to put up a hard fight on a proposition that has been a bone of contention between miners and operators in this district, tor sjme time, namely: That all coal be weighed before screening. "I am prepared to .advocate that all shall be psid in currency instead of by cheque. "Regarding my 'attitude toward the Government, i.e., t --e Liberal Party, 1 am prepared to support them in any Oi tll6i rneasure hrinS if it is in the interests, or the working BUT NOT OTHERWISE." (Signed) .DONALD McNAB. Skate ON THE NEW RIKK SEASON TICKETS S5.OO ADMISSION Cor. Bompas Bartlett Sts. Rink will he open every at'tenioou weather. is suitable, from '1 10 5 been requested j by the Trades Unions to run as alder-1 man in the forthcoming election, I beg to state that if elected I shall doj all in my power to further the best! of the city, and shall try-' "to have ail work done by resident tax-j payers, and that the union .scale oil wages" be the minimum rate paid for} all classes of labor. Yours respectfully, PIPES. Having been Nominated for ALDERMAN I ouce again ask the Electors for their wwk for their native land, the Is- land of Arram, Scotland. In the business 01 the city done in .an open manv during which Mr. Hamil-' and manner Su that the pub1 ion bus a resident of this "L everything is trtct hr has followed ranching, farming ami coal mining, and his trip to j above board and so that there will be no chance for any imputation or sus- -j i holiday among the surround-', Scotland will Kivo'him a the bUSinCSS the dfcy and. its Council is transacted private- jly in closed or private offices. I shall do everything to maintain the pres- ent efficient police force for I am proud of the good work beins jllgS Ml VOJltll. IRON SPRINGS very Iron Springs. Dec. local Police. Carletoji purchased a horse from Mr.' _GUS. XEIDIG, W. S. Hill last week 1_________________________.-...______ New houses arc going up daily in; GREENWAY DEAD. thc vicinity os the weather has not _____ yet been cold enough to stop work! Crystal Dcc. 11.-Miss of that kind. Annie E. Groenway, fourth daughter Mr. A. Warren aiul 3H-. P. Gcrger- of thc Hon Tnomas Greenway. son wont to Lethbridge on Monday this ,nurninp. Deceased had and Tuesday of last week for lumber in poor for tne ]ast to build a house for his S. Wurreij, who htxs with his wife, If elected I shall endeavor to do my best for the city as I have done in the past, and vote fortheaci-j vancement of the city's Ifest in-! -terests. Vote tor Ashcroft lately come from Dakota. father. Mr. years ?m, {o, lhl. last two .years (ien treatment 'con- JUSTICE to ALL JAS. ASHCROFT tinunlly. of death. Peritonitis was the cause The Herald Job Department has a splendid line of photo-mounting card, i suitable also for mounting pictures, 22x28 inches, at I5c. par dsrk grey, sheet. t Oliver's Hall ALONG THE I JKENNEBECJ Staged with All Special J Scenery 4, t HI IR tlsCtmsIy pyirtjfei IILnll tfteMliqiRi f ISEE tie ieiihtic SMI Siwn tie Fuur luel Scene J Clover Character Specialties j Bright Music and Comedy Watch for Band Parade I Vote For David King The People's Candidate A Square Deal to all Taxpayers TVT____ LYCEUM THEATRE Two Nights Commencing I TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15 "THE: r r> MOI ict Polmatiep Sisters Orchestra and Concert Company THE: SEASON'S MUSICAL BVENT A Magnificent Program of Vocal and Instrumental Solos, Duets, Trios, Quartettes, and Complete Orchestral Renditions. BRILLIANT, HUMOROUS and DRAMATIC ENTERTAINERS. Gorgeous Scenic and Costume Equipment Seats now Selling at Lyceum Box Office PRICES 75c KND 5O C I Special Matinee Wednesday Bargain Prices 25c and 50c ;