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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THAT EN DUO A PATIENT'S DKEAM THE Vaudeville 1, Mother Iu Ttber, Dee. RoblMoa, of thi C.P.R. at IMVM toalfht for Calgary, Edmonton, and, otter Albir- ta on a to vWt frtottfe aid reUUvw. Mr. L. L. of U detaJted M operator during Christmas Jewelry Never have we shown such a large assortment. Iu fact, our stock is too large aud we have SPECIAL VALUES to offer that will satisfy the closest buyer for the TWO DAYS. C. ROSS TATE NEW STAFFORD BLOCK are otting no aa in their rihcic aad building acerow tte Belly on the during tKe but plsisaat weather. Thb fourteen in. thick- neM being considered safe for hee.vy loads. The gDTwmwmt terry boat, is apparently froaaa in for the winter. MeMre. Maxey and Bunett Mftrly compWUd all houee wiring and tke C. TT. C. Co.'s The etreeU etill remain in confMur- ative wt- no art are forfl XmasPment -SEE------ The White Furniture Co.'s com- fortable Rockers, Handsome Writing Desks, also upholstered Settees and Chairs. White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street A practical window cloaaar, fir 'peat, if he only could be engaged and liquidated, serriees would osr- tainly be u booa to Tabcr. Mr. James Thorley, electrician at I the Canada West Coal Co.'s mine te nursing- a badly sprained foot aa a result or ladder upoa which he was standing slipping from him to the floor, a distance of eight feet. Sept. Kid being notified of the Accident coo veyed the unfortunate to his home. Fortunately- no bones were broken. He will be at work agaSi in a few days. The many friends of Mr. Walter Combs will be pleased to learn that he has again returned -to Taber. He has "accepted a position at the Can- ada Coal Co.'s mine; where for years he was employed prior to his depart- ure for The sixteen-months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. W. Kilgrow is ,owly convalescing from an accident 'bach nearly cost her her life. 'She, fhile standing on d chair, accidental- f fell, striking the back of her head pon the hi rd floor. Mr. Frank Sherman, president o District No. 1.8, of the U. M. W. 6 will eat-Christmas dinner with his family at jtfinot. He was a visito to Taber yesterday. There appeared-in the Illinois State Register, Saturday, Dec. 12th inst comments on letters written" by Mr. James Taylor, late superintendent of the Canada West Coal Co.'s mine at iber. to the effect that he resigned This position." as superintendent of said! mine simply: because the winters here were too severe for him. Below is 'an exdct reproduction clipped by the Taber correspondent from the said ;''Register" and, is follows: "Thir- ty to fifty-five: degrees :below.zero is SPECIAL ORDERS tor Xmai Cake Goods Delivered Thursday Wedding A Specialty WitfcUi Tailf BtfUff ROB. SCOTT, Prop. Crowd AtUnui Play There wan u "wiiimw: attcndjuice Lyceum last nigbt aud we Uukt the wtu Of ever Keen in Latkbrklge. Tha ptrformaucti starts oH with an taut illustration ia moving 'The Dumb tka Lkf ul dote g out to a usuitiug aad a chjkl bringing her back to sfcow. Mr. O. D. Paddock, kaowa as the college boy daacfcr, and who; certainly is a. wotuter M a step and Uewrvos his title M King of AfUr the woudarful Zatuiock with Demon Bottle tad delighted I Acceptable Xmas Gifts too severe a temperature for James formerly of Peorla, .who re- igntd his pasitioa as mine inspector or the Fifth district a year-ago to Uke the poaitioa of superintendent of he Canadiaa West Coal Company, a; J "Mr. Tmylar writesJ -David Boss, secretary of the state' bareau of labor he cannot'stand the rigors of Canadian climate and .hat he has' position and ilh return; to Illinois. "Friday, .lust 'he says, mercury dropped to thirty be- low it has frequently gone to fifty-five-and sixty tdegreee.-'- The government meteorological station at Taber, shows that on Dec. 1st of this year the mercury dropped to fourteen degrees below zero, being the lowest! the temperature has -registered- far this fall and winter. THCATtE 8TRICTUY UNION THEATRK R. D. MILLIARD Presents MISS MIQ- fNONNE PHILIPS acCO. in their Repertoire Uuclt TomV Cabin f 'AdventureM fComedy. r...........-................The Model Huibund t 4 Complete Change ThU Week "v TONIGHT-How Drtchy Became an Actor O. D. PADDOCK The King of Dancers A Hero iioving Pictorea SIKHS FOR LOUISIANA: B.C.; Dec: thousand Sikhs from Northern India are to be located on. the plantations of the Southern States, especially Louisiana, -where are said to be very favorable. This is the ambitious project Tja the leader of the local East" Indian col- ony, plans to carry'out during the coming year.- Mr.-R. D. Milliard and Miss Mig- nonne Philip- and Ce. presents a bur- lesque 'on "Uncle Tom's Csbin" to- night; at the audience by picking two. strang- and giving them nine "cigars, mat- ches, etc.', "including- the flags of all nations. But all this out of a quart bottle. Port ,wine and although the rmen were on the stage with Mr. Zam lock they re unable to discover any "deception. Mr. Zamlock-was an add- ed feature for last evening only. Then, Jlilliard- with Miss Mignoime in that soul stirring dra- matic sketch entitled "The Adventur ess" showing- the duplicate of woman and the susceptibility man and his sketch as taken 'som Irgh class Eug lisli drama and will be seen again be fore the end of the vreek. At the sec otid performance this very cxcellen team presented a" burlesque on Uriel Tom's Cabin, showing Mr. Hiiliard as a Dutch Uncle Tom and kept the aud iencc in a 'Continual scream. Th will be tonight.... Hilliar andJPhilips havu a repertoire of ab- out twenty sketches and intend chang- ing every by special re- quest.. t. Manager .-Brown will be more con- tent when his new addition Gimf You New Evtry Nifkt WE HAVE GOOD MUMC rhich is now rushed to comple- ion is finished which' will greatly add o his seating capacity and everybody an have a seat. We understand he s now.contemplating a ;swinging gal- ery to accommodate one hundred and. fifty more. Thu performance or 25c. cannot be beaten, on. the con- tinent. Sundial hold the key to the gift problem anything for ladies or children is desired. Our stock of toys for girls and boys is complete. Oar line of Xmas Goods for ladies is sure to please. i L. J. McLEAY I I t i For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery Boilers, 150 125 Ib. working pressure 2 Secoud-hand Return Tubular Boilers, M Ib. working pressure 2 Class A Straight Line Air O Compressors 1 -1 Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Locomotive. 42 in, gauge T "Pi....tT-io "XTiT-xi "7f> V> ri 'J wn.i 4 -Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 30 in gauge 1 Aid rich Portable Electric Mine Pump, 36 In. gauge 1000 Hadtield Mnngane.se Steel Mine Car Wheels. IS in. IU Tons in. Square Soft Steel, snitable for making mine oar axles All the above equipment in workable condition and offV-red ior immediate shipment, subject to prior sale. Owing to above machinery having been re- placed by larii'-r equipment, we are prepared to make it to your advantage to investigate fully before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- tion to The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. Ltd. J B. TCRNKV. furciiasitig Agent Fernic. B.C. V moo AlUdS Sundial, Dec. This being the first list of items to appear from this place, which is among the fairest and most beautifully, located of any in Southem; Albertfiv: we will say to those who have never been within our i borders, that our central location is in the centre of the west half of sec- tion 18, Tp. '13, Range its name from "a- beautifal lake -near by where hundreds of cattle quench thirst during the warm summer days and nip} the 'first sweet grasses from its shallow -i shores; in early spring. Our. congenial merchant and blacksmith, Mr. C. K. Cox's Dairy Fresh-Cream Milk from Tiffin't Farm Delivered Daily Our and Purity" P.I. ItfH Saturday evening to petition the Min ister of the Interior and the Premier df. Alberta to draw their attention to condition, and we hope hrough progressive pei-sistency to yet lear the whistle of the locomotive and witness the delightful sight of prosperous towns finding birth within our borders, r: who" settled here rin see- ing the need of so many settlers thus FOR THE Lamps ti? The Herald for High-class Job Hanging Lamps Hall Lamps Dining-room Lamps Reading Lamps We have a beautiful displey in this department, stocked for the holiday trade. For Father or Brother A Safety Razor The Ever Ready The Gillette The Star Si Z, A fine assortment of this line. A wide range to select from. of our Pocket Knives just thinf to please that bay We have just cpsned a new and beautiful stock of CUT GLASS. Time goods will interest the prices are sure to. We can supply you with tht SKATES and HOCKEY STICKS. Marked at Holiday season pricta. by the increasing Boom have just received beautiful line and artistic a Tfide Fixtures are finest, most plate, and yon could not interested in and would be a have you call and an intending or G ALTA isolated in receiving at -least a week- ly mail, applied and shortly received the of postmaster, serv- ing 'pur citizens faithfully and well, and whether our Sundial ever devel- ops into a thriving village or town the of railroads alone will tell, c for. the enterprise- and thrift, o our people is manifest by tbe rapidly unproved conditions country and the 'Unity "of spirit between each father aud mother to make for their loved ones tho ideal home, where the grace of hospitality abounds, when the gentle hands throw open .the door with unselfish impulses and kindly icelings, where every confidence is gip ven. and rtceiven3, where each is ed to look 'into that mystery bf'mys-; thq. humaa .hewt; .where: the ceaseless story of life, with its hope iind fears, its joys, and are coursing the broad chan- nels of when love, light, warmth and comfort abides within, where a confidiBg- sympathy bears seeds of trust and the full ripened fruits of conjugal affections mature. These are the class of citizens your correspondent hns found living within ,the borders of Sundial and I shall have more to say of them in the future. Clinton Jones, son of Link Jones and1 .wife, went to Lcthbridge this week to see his brother Elmer, who has been confined for some time in the hospital there by an abcess in his side. Tie found him slowly improv- ing: The father of Frank and Jamca Griffith is visiting them from Iowa. The prosperous caes.in these parts ivrs gvmving market. Xr. A. P. Rose is hauling lumber from Lethbridge to erect a new gran- ary. ___ Mr. Jas. Gaddie and wife are in RANCHER KILLED. New Westminsier, B.C Christopher aged 55, a well known and wealthy rancher of Mud Bay, TV as killed on Saturday evening in a runaway accident...... AT 'THE an experienced miller and we hope for the time when his trade will help in locating such aa industry here. A meeting was held at Sundial on Accounts t must be PAID before the 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wboteate 50 Hlberti RestayrBnt CHRISTMAS-190ft Dinner served continuoui- jy from 12 unkU 7.30 p.m. t Select Oysters v Salted Almonds Fresh Olives SOUPS Cream. of asparagus Ir Consomme FI3H- Boiled Lake Superior Trout a la Maitre.. d'Hotel. Stuffed Halibut de Muringue with marble potatoes i SALAD Celery Steak Asbut Salad New England style BOILED Boiled sugar-cured Hani Champagne v Sauce Boiled Lamb Tongue Sauce Velonte ENTREES Sweotbreads Breaded Sauce de Medere Braised Domestic Duck a la Bomde laiae SWEET ENTRIES Red Current Jelly ROASTS Young Turkey, Chestnut Dressing. GranhftTTy .Sauce Wild Goose and Green Apple Sauce Prime Ribs Jus VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoes French in Butter Corn on the Cob DESSERT English Deep Apple Pie Lemon Merangue Hot Mince Pie Christmas Plum Pudding Hard and Brandy Sauce Port Wine Jelly Whipped Cream Pine Apple Jelly Whipped Cream Cake Nuts Fresh Fruit Eatous Lady Fingers American Cheese P.O. In 87 ;