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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 21.1910. THE LETHBRIPOE DAILY HERALD CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas AND New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD For the Round Trip Between all stations on the Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and Intermediate branch -lines. Tickets on sale December 22, 1910, to January 2, 1911, final return limit, January 5, 1911. For further particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Agent .Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alta. CANADIAN PACIFIC DISTRICT NEWS MASINASiN NEWS Masinasin, Dec. Mills has been quite sick for the past week, but is able to be up and around again. Mr. Mills is going East en business, and will he gone for a couple of months. The School District of 2-13 had an- otner special meeting on Tuesday, December 13, which was the warmest little meeting we hare had this year. We are enjoying very fine winter weather at present, and quite a'num- ber of settlers are busy hauling coal to makp ready for another cold spell. D, S. Reis made a trip to Lebbbridge last Tuesday. White Parradie have been -busy butchering and selling beef for the last ten days. Harry Rawjey, from Alliance, Neb., c-ume home to visit his parents, Wm. Rawley, Mr. Rawley is a civil engin- eer, and has a good position where i he is. Church services will be held at Wm. Kawiey's every Sunday from .now on. Excursions L'ow Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on -sale December 1 to Decem- ber 31, inclusive, good to return -within three months. Tickets issued in conection with At- lantic Steamships will be on sale from Xov 11 -and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest equipment Standard First t; lass- and- Tourist Sleeping Cars and oars on' all Through Trains. Compartment Library Observation t'ar .on 3-Tlirougli Express Trails Dsiy-3 THE EXPRESS" slaves Winnipeg: at 22.10k mak- ing at Toronto for all points East and West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves "Win- -upeg daily at 8.25k, and the "Atlantic Express" .at .10.00k daily, making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof. Apply to the nearest C.P.R, Agent for "nforrr.ation ANNUAL NOBLE NOTES Noble, Dsc. "night we have our Christmas Come and enjoy a well-prepared programme help the cbJIclren have a..good time. Santa will be there of the crops. The telephones lice-is at last con- nected with Cartnangayi It is a great convenience. We-now this town two telephone connections sec- ond to none in the provuce. B. Babcoek's little child experienced' what might have been a very serious day-last .week; 'thanks to timely assistance the'child is now doing nicely, and. it is almost com- pletely healed again. Communion services were held here on Sunday last, when nine mem- bers- were received into the church, and twenty partook of the Sacrament. Mr. Jas. JIaynard spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister at Granum Alta. Mrs. D. House of Kegina, who has been, visiting with her Mrs. J. Evans, left for Calgary on." Monday last. Rev. A. S. Todd, attended -the Pres- byterian meeting at Granum last week. He reports a in. favor of Church Union. The farmers in 'this .community are busily engaged on. their land. There will crop failure here next year if human skill can counteract.the agen- cies the moisture. The Canada Lumber Co. received three car loads-of lumber this week. What about that Literary or De- bating Club that we'once heard talk- ed of around town? Hope it will ma- terialize- We have the material, so let us make use of it- Mr. Tackaberry. is a visitor in the city this week. FRUIT IS THE SAFETYVALVE That Regulates the Body "Frait-a-tives" Is The Only Medicine Made Qf Fruit Juices. "The Creator, in His wonderful economy, has always constructed with a purpose. He has distributed fruit all over the earth and has caused them to mature at a time when tire solid and car- bonaceous foods are not needed by the body.' The latter only clog the vital machinery resulting in disease, -whereas the juicy, stimulating properties of frnit .keep the vital forces properly balanced and regulated." GEORGIA HORTICTTMTOTIAI, SOCIETY. Unfortunately for those who live in Canada, fresh f rail is expensive many impossible to j get. But everyone can obtain Frnit- the famous, tablets made of frnit juices. Fruit-a-tives" contains the juices of apples, oranges, figs and is the greatest cure in the for all troubles of Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys, Liver and Skin. In case of disease, and in preventing disea- se, Fmit-a-tives is far superior to fresh fruit. 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. TO Low Round Trip Fares To ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wis. CHICAGO, ilf. or. saic Dec. 1 to 31 inclusive Good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. for full, information. IRON SPRINGS NEWS On Dec. 9th 'there was a surprise party on Miss Edith .Brown at the home of Mr. and Mrs. f ennant. There was a large attendance, testifying to the popularity of Miss Brown. Fun and merriment reigned supreme dur- ing the evening. On Dec. 10th the stork visited the home of Mr. and -Mrs. Tom. "Vvyman, bringing to them in its a baby daughter. The United Farmers held their an- j nual meeting on. Saturday afternoon. Mr. A. Hunt was' elected president, Mr. Cox, secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Tom Wyman, vice-president. They also rendered valuable assistance to a member who is ill. Mr.' George' Hobbs is seriously''ill at bis home with pneumonia and pleurisy. He ,is being attended by Dr. DeArc, of Diamond City, TURIN ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence- Green de- parted Sunday for a visit with rela- tives in Wisconsin. Miss Katherine Gibson accompanied them. Mrs. Gibson, was shopping in. Leth- bridge Saturday. Mr. Mellow started lor Ontario Fri- day. The Literary Society are arranging a programme for Christmas eve. Ralph. Sylverter returned last Sat- urday fronv'Cardston. Mrs. Spencer -was kicked by a colt Sunday morning. It is thought some of her ribs are broken. Cecil "Whitson -went to Lethbridge Saturday to meet his mother, "who is expected to arrive from Kansas. The "Turin people -who attended the dance in the Sundial school house re- port a fine time. The music was good, the 'crowd.- lively and midnight lunch delicious. DISTRICT NEWS must commend the ladies on their un-. tiring efforts 'in collecting, as this organ, fund was not started until Oct. 14th, and over has been raised, since then. ;Edd. Wright spent a.- day in our vi- cinity-this-week. Lone Star, we hear, is to have a Christmas .tree on Christmas and everyone. should turn out for it, as they did to our social. Miss "Edna Myers has returned from a two-'weeks' stay in Taber. Mr. Hempel spent Mon- day and Tuesday in town. COALDALE Mr. John' Caloren has gone .to his old home in state for a visit'and will bring Mrs. Caloren back with him on his return. Lloyd Shrumm and his brother, Claude, have gone to Ontario for a three months' visit with friends and relatives; Mrs. A. B. Humphries of Lethbridge spent a few days here last week. The farmers are taking advantage of the mild weather and a good deal of plowing, harrowing, etc., .is being done. Several of the farmers in the dis- trict have -clubbed .together and in- stalled a wagon, scale near the store It is in charge of Messrs. Caloren Caloren. Mr. Rogers and family from Seven Persons have moved into the build- ing formerly '.used as. a restaurant. They expect to move onto some .land near here in the spring. Mrs! 'L. S. Cokeh', of Mer- B." .spending the winter with relatives here. Mr. Wm. returned Wednes- day from a week's visit with his son at Bow Island. J. W. Burnside left Saturday to spend-the winter at Hamilton, Ont. Mr. Suggitt was a business caller at Taber on Friday and Satur- day. A Christmas, entertainment will be held at the school house on Friday evening; the 24th. A good program has been prepared under the direction of -Miss 'Sterritt Marviu -Fillers, who had his arm badly broken at-the elbow several days ago, is improving. Mr. G. W. Buchanan of Pincher was a business caller here Wednesday last.- SUNDIAL IARMER PASSE AWAY ROLLING GREEN We are sorry to lose Mr. and, Mrs. Darrow. as they moved to town on Wednesday. Silas Myers is busy plastering and preparing for cold weather. Rev. Richie is to preach in the new school house on Sunday, Dec. 18, at 11 a. m., and every Sunday after that date. A good attendance is request- We are sorry to say, Mrs. Julius Odden is on the sick list this week. Vernon Seager leaves for Marshall- town, Iowa, to spend his Xmas: holi- days. A Mince Pie Social, given by the Ladies' Aid Dec. 16. we are glad to report, was a decided success, as they realized This -will make the final payment on our new organ. We SINGLE FARE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP From, all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Manito ha, Saskatchewan and to Is the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the best light of all lamps. The Rayo gives a white, soft, mellow, diffused on the eye because it cannot flicker. You can use your eyes as long as you wish under the Rayo light without strain. The Rayo Lamp is low-priced, and even though you pay or for other lamps, you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the low-priced Rayo gives. A strong, durable shade-holder holds the shade on firm and .true. This season's new burneradds strength and appearance. Once a User, Always One. Dtalers Bitty wen. Jf rxA atysury. urfig for descriptive circular 1o ike nearest agency of ike Hie Imperial OH Company LtaiuxL i We arranged early for our Christmas turkeys, and bougtt ld. We have several hundred yet, and every bird is all we cou Not one lias been m cold storage, but all raised-locally. Thus all are the choicest and Send in your order- early G. A. DEi-ANEY Hill Block Phone 452 Dufferin Street nis dury, done his best; while ne has been amongst us, and the man wdio gives of. the best that is in him is -best. Mr. .'jygari hoped" that the fraternal brothernbpd of-man as exemplified among the.peopleof -.Sweet Grass and (Joutts, would become world renown- ed, and. that the hands clasped across the border always in the interest- peace and ffiendeniip. Sergeant Oliver and his successor sergeant Harper made a rew remarks and a convival evening was spent, re- grets at the.'removal o" Mr. Oliver be- ing in the ascendent. A welcome was accorded Mr. Harper. ,c' NEGRO BLAMED FOR THE MURDER Sundial.. Dec. is with pro- found feelings of regret we record the one of our most useful and highly esteemed -citizens, Mr. Soren Knudson, who died on the 6th inst. at his old home in Minnesota, where, suffering from a severe attack of heart trouble, he had gone with hopes of recovery, but gradually becoming worse his family was soon hastily summoned to his bedside. Mr. Knud- son filed ono a half .section of land in August, 1908, and moved his fam- ily in the fall of the following year; and having, in common with, all others who have settled in this community, abiding1 faith in the future greatness of this country, with a. liberal supply of capital, proceeded to invest it free- ly in making bis prairie homestead into'.a modern equipped and up-to-date improved farm, and strangers in pass- ing his place, as it appears today, would scarcely believe that only two short years ago no sign of human habitation existed there. But his pro- gressive spirit was only a small part of this good man's greatness, for the writer not only learned by experience, but from those who have known him for many years, that above his own i interests was the still greater one of freely lending a hand in substantial aid of the deserving poor and unfor- tunate, which or necessity endeared him to the hearts of all who knew i him best. VESSEL WRECKED NEAR HAL1FA Halifax, Dec. Norwegian Barque. Petra Capt- Hansen, 1198 tons a cargo of salt for Halifax struck on the pennant ledges, 15 miles from Halifax-last night during a heavy gale and is a total loss.. Her captain and crew were saved. Some were lashed to masts and only came ashore this morning. J SEND OFF TO Tickets "on sale December 13. 16 and 17, 1910; January 20, 21. 22 and 23 and February 14, 15 asd 16, 1911; good to re- turn within three months I'rom date of issue. to nearest C. P. Ry. for lull information. CARMAN DECIDES AGAINST THE BARS Winnipeg. Dec. re- ceived last night show that Carman had voted against the sale of liquor a majority of 14. When the meas- ure was carried last year it had a ma- jority ot 14. In GlenljGro, Man., local option was defeated ".by 23. c.r ulelriy ccilrls. e throat nod 20 All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by The L B. Eddy, Co., Ask your nearest grocer for them Sweet Grass, Mont., Dec. Saturday night a send off was given in Honor of Sergeant Oliver of tne Koyal North West Mounted Police V.TCO rias hppn on. duty i'or almost lour years at this point. His taitnfuj ndnerence to duty has endeared aim to tne nearts of the peo- ple oi' C'outts and the dual town of i sweet urass on the Inttrnationa! oounciary line. A very enjoyable evening was spent, appropriate remarks being made by several present Toast Master made the speech ot" the evening. In bidding loreweli to Sergeam Oliver among bis re- marKs, Mr. pointedly alluded to tne friendly !eeling existing between j tne people of Coutts aad Sweet Grass and said n was oTring largely to men ot Sergeant Oliver's type thar. the sacred relations were neld inviolate. Jt is a great tning; when tUe depar- ture one man from our midst car-. rcrta syeli a spontaneous exhibi- tion of sorrow on his removal and such expressions of good-will for his advancement: in the future. Man stands on ills own merits, rich or poor King or peasant, the man that does his duty is entUled'ito the respect of the community in wlncli he resides. Ser- sffant Oliver lias (tone nore Christmas Sterling Silver Frames, round, oval and to Sterling Silver Snuff Boxes Silver Plate. Sterling Siiver Card Sterling Silver Cigar Cases to Sterling Silver Cigarette to Cigarette Boxes. Rosewood, Sterling Mounted. to Bottle Opener. Mustard to -Tc5 Strainers, sterling Eb- ony Cigar Cases, Sterling Silver to Tea Strainer Holder, Ster- ling Silver. Strainer Holder with Strain- w, Sterli Cork Screw, Sterling Mount- JEWELER OLSVER BLK. ROUND ST. People of NortH Carolina District Infuriated Over Deed Durham, char- red bones of J. L. Sanders, his 22 daughter "rMary, and his. four year old- granddaughter Irene Overton, in. the ruins of their home at Hester near .startling evidence today, of one. of the. most atrocious crimes comTriiited in this section. Nathan Montague, a young negro accused today by-a coroner's jury of assault, murder and arson, is believed to -have killed -Mr. Sanders and his little granddaughter and then to have attacked, -arid finally slain Miss Mary Sanders, afterwards leav- ing all .three bodies the house which he is thought to haTe set afire- The negro is safe tonipht in the state penitentiary at i Raleigh, but angry are reported to be gathering to seek vengeance. Sheriff Wheeler fooled an irate crowd at Efesler last night in rushing his prisoner to Durham. Sheriff Hardwood at Durham, not wishing to take anv chances with the people who were-reported to be com- ing here in a special train alter Mon- tague, hustled to Raleig_h. The finding of Miss Sander's skirt covered with blood in the negroe's possession and at the scene of the tragedy, and' a knife -which was iden- tified as one used by Montague, forms the chief evidence' against the negro. Near the ruins of Sander's house a trail of blood leading- .to a nearby well indicated that an attempt was made to cast the girl in the well. holidays and for "it: the'L. D. S. Hospital'in... Salt City; It 'is- rumored-' 'that' threef young} Messrs. Jos. A '.f L. Smith, and. Ambrose WooUordj' will return with. vcheir while many are guessing- as Law will return with his Wm. Wynder and' Miss Bet-.; ans will return with two hearts. beat- ing in-perfect unison. To all of these we" irish much." Joy J.: Jos. Y. Card is leaving for'.. the. and J: Emer.. Harris. will have charge of the Card-Harris Laid; Co. rs: business .in. Ills'-absence. De "Voe Woolf has -left for 'Ualgaiy-. to. take- his- first class profess'ipria'i examination at the: Provincial .Nor- mal, school. His 'many Cardston. friends wish him all- .the success.poi-, sible. He will take up. Ms duties as. principal at Magrath, after, ttie non- days.. V This week -will see tne. return ot Mr., F. D. Folsom, .who Ts-as called to. Salt Lake City by. the deatJTof'.. 'his. sister, Mrs. Amelia Folsom' Youngi His many building contracts are loot ed G-. FoZsom in" his ab- sence. _ Christmas BUSY BUILDING I AT CARDSTON Cardston, Dec. due weath- er is giving the contractors n chance for pushing tlrcir work. A. M. Heppler has moved into his new residence, while that of Mayor Brown is about roofed in. The new office building on Main street, of Messrs. Wood vVoolf, is making a fine front is of pressed hrick from Medicine Hat. The brick work will likely be Sr.ished today. The bricklaying on the Alberta Stake Tabernacle, Is proccrfin? t.i a good rate these days, and fi-w more days of "vr-eat-her -vili make a decided showing. W. 0. Lee has just completed and moved into a very cosy six-roomed The brick work will' commence this week for an addition to the home of S. Williams It will be 21s31 on the north cf the present building. Leigh B Young's home is i.voco-id- ing also toward completion. The Cardston'Pharmacy has opened 1 up in very neat new quarters ia the building formerly occupied the Cardston Realty Co. Mr. Pickua is proprietor, and in charge, raid lie will doubtless do a good business as his former acquaintance with the and reliable stock will give him much prescription work. The Herald Contest Miss Edith Marker is diligently working at Magrath and Cardstun for the "Herald." Her friends here are I pleased to note that she leads in i District No. 2. thus far. The excursion rates to the south j are attracting much attention, and a large cont-Iugent will leave this weefc. Among the number arc Mrs. C. T. Marsdcn, sr., who goes to spend the holidays with her husband i who is returning from a mission to the Eastern States. Mrs. Altc-va Harker and Mrs. An- nil Layno have both departrd for a similar cause. They are both daugh- 'teis of Mr. A. R. Archibald. Arthur is going south for Gifts A Large Snipmcnt of CUTLERY just received Carvers from to We have a good assortment of Henry Rogers Sons' popular make. Spoons, knives and forks in the celebrated Kiirwood Pat. Sugar Shells, Berry Spoons, Cold Meat Porks, v Butter Knives. Gravy Ladles. In the hand- some Louis XVI. Gilt. Above lines are all triple plated and guaranteed You will save money by in- specting our stock before buying else- where. Small profits and quick re- turns. C G. Qlander GENERAL HARDWARE 524 North ;