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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, December Christmas AND New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD For the Souml Trip Between all .stations on the Main Port Arthur to Vancouver and j .intermediate branch lines. "-Tickets on sale December 22, 1910. to January 2, 1911, final return limit, January 5, 1911. .For further particulars apply to B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent! Canadian Pacific Railway "Lethbridge, Alta. A Si1. EASTERN CANADA Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces ;Tiekets on sale' December 1 to Deeem- ter 31, inclusive, good to return within three mouths. issued in conection with At- lantic Steamships will be 'on sale from NOT 11 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest equipment. Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and oars on nil Through Trains. Mr. Richard Hincks And his local associates in a series of farce comedies, one night only 13th. ENTITLED "April Fools'' Cast as follows: Peter Duchrown ..R. Hincks James 3mirh..F, Waddington Joseph Smith .L. L. Asquitii "Packing: Up" Mr Chugwqter R. Hincks Mrs. Chugwater .......Miss Grace McLeod Baggage Man L. L. AsQuith "Little Toddlekins" J. Robinson Brownsmith___ ...........Richard Hiccks Barnaby Babicomb .............L. L. Asqulth Captain Littlepop -......Frank AYaddington Amanthis ..Miss G. McLeod Susan.....Miss Mary Hings Annie Babicotnb ........-Mrs. A. L. Hings "Tlie Fair Equestr- ienne" Lord Lovell ..L. L. Asquith Mark Kinghorne -R. Hincks Kitty Miss Mary Hings 25c, 50c. 75c, GAS, INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA GO Makes Your Disordered Stomach Feel Fine in Five Minutes The question as to how long you-are going to continue a sufferer -from indi- gestion, "Dyspepsia, or out-of-order Stomach is merely 3 matter of bow soon you begin taking- some Diapepsin. If yo'ur Stomach is lacking in diges- jtive power, why not help the Stomach 'to do iis work, no: with drastic drugs, DISTRICT NEWS but Compartment Library Observation 'on "Imperial Limited-" a re-enforcemem of digestive such as are naturally at work in-che stomach. People wttu weak Stomachs should take a little Diapepsin occasionally, I and there will be no more indigestion, feeling 'like a lump of lead in the 110 heartburn. Sour risings, Gas on Scoruach or Belching or undi- gested food. Headaches, Dizziness or Sick Stomach, and, besides, what you eat will cot ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. All these symptoms resulting from a sour, out- or-order stomach and dyspepsia j generally relieved in five minutes after taking a little Diapepsin. Go to. your druggist and get a 50- cent case of Pape's Diapepsin now, and you will always go to the table with a hearty appetite, an-d what you eat will. caste good, because your stomach and intestines will be clean and fresh, and .you. will know there are not going to' be any more bad nights and miserable clays' for you. They freshen you and make you. feel like life is worth living. NEWS OF MANY BERRIES Many berries, Dec. is about literary society we were going to ,or gaaize so 'fast when wirite evenings set in? Maybe these even ings ar'not wintry? Mrs. Van of Battineau, N. 'D is visiting here with her sister, Mrs Jt-'red Williams until after the holidays time a K N. W. ,M. P. was stationed' waiter Knight returned from Leth here at Many as there are a bridge on Thursday, with a load of al lew petty thieves la this, neighborhood zaifa hay for Will Dickson. wno need looking after, and che soon- Feter Polrier, who has been confin er the better for. the community, as A. ed iQ the Lethbridge Hospital for the ti. .Marchesseault had a pair of whip- past three months, is able to be am pie trees and neck yoke taken from ong us once more. Mrs. Aiennie, who has been visltin, her daughter Mrs. Fred Williams NOT BE CLOSED Government Not Considering C. P. R. re Rideau "Cinal one or his new wagons, also a steel crow bar was taken from the front of stove and a few parcels taken for the past two months returned to rroni.the counter. .e (her home at Battineau, N: D. Mi Frank J. Coombs has contracted to; U'liiiams, sr., accompanied her back. a good dam for A. R. Marche-} and Mrs. Charter and Mr. and .Berries.'Mrs. McBrayne were guests at the inome of Mrs. Archambio on Sundai sseauit across the Many creek. Wilfrid and Ervin Burr have just returned from Taber Sunday last, af- ter working for a month and a half north on the ditch. Max Marchesseault and Lennie Dav BARONS NEWS Bsrons. Dec. Monday, Dec- is were the guests of William A. Bow- embf f- Ladis' Aid cott on Sunday last. Cold weather is being witnessed nere, with snow about four inches on the level. Peter Blair and John H. Nielson were with' the road at the uy press Hills on Monday, and -return- loads of logs for the bridge. odist Church held a most successfu bazaar and supper. They disposed of ail rne many articles that they had prepared for the occasion. The sup- per was also a success, a very crowd being present throughout the aay ana evening. The programme ed on Wednesdav with four wagon-jwas muctl of Badger Flats, and Mr. Goodman re cited; Mr. and E. Cotton sang a solo Miss Myrtle 'Marchesseault and Mrs. JBL T. Boycott were visiting Mrs. Baroas Brass Band, gave sev- ti. Davis and daughter on Thursday. eral selections, this being their first A. is agent for the'pliDlic appearance all of which-was Flniay Lumber Co., for Many Berries. greatly appreciated by the audience. A merry Christmas will be held Proceeds of the bazaar and sup- ExpressTrairs M y-3 Dec. 1-. Geo. P. Gra- ham', minister of railways and canals, Or Do Fancy Work in the Chicago told a Deputation from Kingston and Public Schools THt "TORONTO EXPRESS" leavss Winnipeg daily at 22.10k mak- .ing connections at Toronto for all points East and West, thereof. .The "Imperial Limited" leaves "Win- nipeg daily at 8.25k, and the "Atlantic .Express" at 19.00k daily, making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof. Apply to the nearest C.P.R. 'Agent for information ANNUAL TO CBicago, Dec, In the pri- mary grades of the Chicago schools will no longer be taught how to cro- chet fathers and Mrs. Ella Piagg Young, Supt. of Schools, can prevent it, -Mrs. Young has embodied her ideas on the subject in a letter sent to teachers. Trouble began some days ago when, the coarse sewing in the elementary schools was opened to boys as well ,as girls. The boys, it it was -discovered, had been to sewing white musiln. Alter accomplishing this and "Slt injury. We wonder -who will stand aBd down to the coast before re' the loss, the man who owns the hound or the one who owns the Reports are heard of a coal mine starting up. Wev hope it is true, forj we need it in the worse way, for it is hard for people, to dig their own coal, for some of us da -not know how to dig It We 'nave." a good- seam aod plenty of it. .Many Berries .will be the division- al point 'between Weyburn ana Leth- bridge on the new line of the C. -P. R. Win, JBowcott had a narrow- of being drowned in. his well on Tues-l turning home. Mrs. James Nelson has gone to visit her mother until after the holidays. Mr. O. W. Oliver has gone-to Leth- bridge on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith'have gone to Calgary and Claresholm. The dance at Cummings Hall prov- ad quite" a success. Large crowds from surrounding towns were present and had a merry time, and all danced until daybreak. Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Cotton leave OD _ I Wednesday for Radison, Sask., where day last. while he was cleaning the snow out of it. :The show gave way and; who He.wfiljbe more careful in was on, .caught hold..of the rope just in time to save him from going right in. the future, and it -is safe.' Miss Mandie Mickeilson Is a guest of Miss Ruby Davis, for a few Mr. John H. Neilson and Clyde Marchesseault were at the coal mineibate neld good load of [they will spend the winter with. Cotton's parents. .frank Dunn is in Monarch on -busi- ness for a few" days.-" The Barons band is to give a bas- set supper and dance on Decem-beiySO. on Tuesday. They got coal in a short time. CARMANGAY carmangay, Dec. first de- the local Debating So- on the fit AUCTION SALE OF XMAS CHINA AT THE Wilson Furniture Co. STORE, NORTH WARD.. OX Wednesday and Thursday December 14th 15th, commencing at 7 p.m. Worth of Fancy China To be sold including. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet. Water Sets, Berrv Sets, Cracker Jars. Pancy Teapots, Celery Trays, Puff Boxes. Salad Bowls, Banquet Lamps, Jardinieres, In fact everything in fancy (roods arrived one month late for.the 'Christmas trade are now going to be sold bv Public Auction. Eveiy person in the city should attend this MONSTER SALE OF FANCY CHINA. W. L, WILSON Phone 1023 Auctioneer. oad opened on the section, line that UBS east from the south end of town eem to 'be very bright. The govern- ment's inspector has been, around look ng over the line and papers by which and owners and. homesteaders alonj aid line gives back to the govern- ment a sufficient part of their land or road purposes are riow toeing siga- If such a road is opened, it will un through the thickest settled part this vicihit-r. TOWNSHIP 5, RANGE 17 J. H. Bacon, who has spent the sum- mer and fall in this vicinity, left this 'eek for his home in Botineau, N.jD. ext spring he will make his resid- nce on his homestead in the Cypress Hills country, U- Lv-Bla'ke and Clarence Foley'in-" end to make to Lethbridge "be- ore 'Christmas with a load of poultry. Arthur -Erickson, of Stirling, is -now pending the time at his father's home tead in this township. Orson Seeley is busy fixing up his ouse on his homestead. As soon as e get the house in good shape he will quite a large number of people H. Davis had the misfortune, to ed expressed -their appreciation lose one of his horses on Tuesday. It of the interesting evening. nad a sore shoulder, which it is -be- lieved caused i> to die. It is hard- 'rack The suDject chosen was Trade Re- :lry with the S. A., and-some mares. SINGLE FAKE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From all stations in Ontario. Port Arthur and West, ilaniio ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta lor him, as it one of his "Cresting points were brought forward by both sides, those in the arnrmative were R. A. Mowat and B. 'D, Hummon, and in the negative side K. Bradley and W. Hull. The judges decided in favor of the negative side. The bazaar held by the ladies of the Aietnodist Church on Wednesday last a very great success in every di- jrectlon. The articles put up for sale of good and useful quality, and SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley, Dec. debate was held at Grain Ridge school house one evening o? last week. Subjects dis- cussed were as follows: Which causes most misery, pride and ambition, or ignorance and.-.superstition? Af- a very warm debate in which both a >er> warm the prices were the real market value sides spoke very..well, showing tnat! _ Eastern Canada there are always two sides to a ques- tion, the judges-decided in favor of pride and ambition. At the close of the debate, a very interesting programme was given. j Some of our young people Journey- ied'over to a dance given in First via the pNorth-Western j Minneapolis and St. Paul I----------------TO CHICAGO-------------- From LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, to London, Out., and return.....Soo.60 Stratford, Ont., and return.... .r.'5.6u Niagara Falls, Oat., and return ofi.GO Toronto, Ont., and return.....56.60 Hamilton, Ont., and return___56.60 Ottawa. and return .S 51.60 and return... 6L60 Quebec, Que., and return----- Fredericton, N. B., and return Halifax, N. S., and return----- 66.50 75.50 80.05 Tickets on sale December 15. and 17, 1910; January 20', 22 and 23 and February 14, and 16, 1911; good to re- -within three months date of issue. iy to C. P. Ry. for full Information. Don't throw away your old tires -or tubes, however bad they are. Automobile TIKES TUBES VULCANIZED CENTRAL CYCLE REPAIR WORKS 331a Eights Calgary. Proportionate excursion fares apply to other points in Ontario, Quebec, New BrunswickandNovaScotia. Ticketson sale December 1st to 31st, 1910; return limit, three months from date of sale. Railway Trains Built of Steel For further information regarding excursion tares, lime of trains, stop-overs, etc., address H. S. COLLINS, Gen. Agt. GEO. MOSSER, Trav. Agt. 423 Riverside Ave. SPOKANE, WASH. Chance school house, on the evening land not inflated as so often is the case at foazaars. The musical program of the evening was voted as being most enjoyable and well up to the [usual standard of par excellence. The net result of the day was about which Is certainly most gratifying. The official census of the town at of December 2. All report q very good j time. Mr, .Henry Rounds and son Arthur, and Ross Featherstone started for Canton today. Henry Rounds intends; ilshing a large plastering contract; in Ciaresuolm before returing, but we expect Arthur home in a few days. Koss Featherston has accepted a position in his father's store in Nan- ton Tor the winter. ithe present time gives the population as 462. At the meeting last night it was decided to make application for incorporation immediately. The Chinook winds have made sev- eral attempts to moderate the low temperature, which we have had for the past few weeks, but beyond licking up a bit of the snow, they have made very lltue dirrerence. There, how- ever, seems to be an Indication of a T- j. -v- change to warm weather again for a Thomas Davidson has gone to _. ton on 8. business trip. jack Frost must have taken a home- stead in this vicinity, for it has been very cold here for several days. Wish NEW DAYTON ITEMS some of those fellows, who want a Mr- Luscombe Is the new manager homestead so badly, would get busy of 'New DaJ'ton's hotel. John Whit- and cancel him. esel> tlle manaser, has moved out to his farm in Twp. 6-17 with his family. Duncan McPherson hare made an improvement in their store by instal- ling a cash register. They are now ROSEMEAD TIT-BITS Kosemead, Dec. the mail service is going to fall back to its original time or once a week, as we selling up-to-date goods on a cash bag- had mail only once again this week. is. Richard Hemphill and Elmer Orr