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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1908. PAGE THREE r MOVING I PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Taber THE THATEN DUO Vaudeville A PATIENT'S DREAM .1. Mother la-law Race 2. Bird's Eye View of Paris 3. Stage Stnick 4 Peggy's Portrait Song......................... All is Fair in Love and War Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 Christmas Jewelry Never have we shown such a large assortment. In fact, our stock is too lurge and we have SPECIAL VALUES to offer that satisfy the closest buyer for the NEXT TWO DATS. ROSS TATE NEW STAFFORD BLOCK for Xias Present The White Furniture Co.'s com- fortable Rockers, Handsome Writing Desks, also upholstered Settees and Chairs. White Furniture Co. Crabb Street Taber, Dec. Robinson, telegraph operator of the C.P.R. at; Taber, leaves tonight for Calgary, Edmonton, and other western Alber- ta cities on a three weeks' vacation to 'visit friends and relatives. Mr. L. L. Cunningham, of Sidewood, is detailed as operator during his absence. Settlers are losing no time these days in conveying their effects and building materials accross the Belly River on the ice during the present freezing but pleasant weather. The ice averages fourteen inches in thick- ness being considered entirely safe for heavy loads. The government ferry boat is apparently frozen in for the winter. Messrs. -Maxey and Burnett, Taber's electricians, have nearly completed all electrical house wiring and connec- tions with the C. W. C. plant. The streets still remain in compar- atives darkness as no arc lights arc- as yet put in position, A practical window cleaner, we re- cpeat, if he only could be engaged and liquidated, for his services would cer- tainly be a boon to Taber. Mr. James Thorley, electrician at the Canada West Coal Co.'s mine is nursing a badly sprained foot .as a result of a ladder npon which he was standing slipping from him to the floor, a distance of eight feet. Sapt. .Kid being notified of the accident con veyed the unfortunate man to his home. Fortunately no -bones were broken. He will be at work again in a" few days. The many friends 'of itr. Walter Combs will be 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 Frank, B. C. The sixteea-months old daughter of Mr. and Sirs. W. J. W. Kilgrow is slowly convalescing from an accident which nearly cost her her life. She, while standing on a chair, accidental- ly fell, striking the back of her-head upon the hard floor. Mr. Frank Sherman, president of District ISTo. IS, of the TJ. M. W. of A. will eat Christmas dinner with his family at JVIinot. He was a-'visitor to Taber yesterday. There appeared in. the Illinois State Register, Saturday, Dec. 12th inst.', comments on letters written by Mr. Taylor, 'late superintendent of the Canada West Coal Co.'s mine at Taber to the effect, that he resigned his position., as superintendent of said mine simply because the winters here were too severe for him. Below is an exact reproduction clipped by the Taber correspondent from the said and is as follows: "Thir- ty to fifty-five degrees -below is SPECIAL OKDERS for Scotch Short For Christmas received up to Wednesday Evening Goods Delivered Thursday A Specialty With Us THE CITY BAKERY ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. LYCEUM LAST NIGHT. Enormous Crowd Attends Leth- bridge's Popular Play House. There was u. buimer attendance at tho Lyceum .last night and we must say that the programme wus one of the best ever seen in Lethbridge. The performance starts oil' with au excel- i lent illustration in moving pictures entitled "The JUnmb showing the faithful dog plunging into the sea i and swimming out to a .sinking skiff and rescuing- a child bringing her back to shore. Then Mr. O. D. Paddock, known as the college boy dancer, and who certainly is a wonder as a step manipulator and deserves his title as the King of Dancers. After this Came the wonderful Zttmlock with his so-called, Demon Bottle and delighted High-dais Mile too severe a temperature for Jatnes of Peoria, who re- signed his pasition. as mine inspectoi for the Filth district a year ago to i take ttte position of 'superintendent of the Canadian West Coal Company, ii} Taber, .Alberta. "Mr. Ds.vid Ros? secretary of the state barea1? of labor statistics, that he cannot stand the rigors; of the Canadian climate and that he has resigned his position and will return to Illinois., "Friday, last week, ,ue says, the! mercury dropped to thirty degrees be-j low zero, and it .has frequently gone j to fifty-five and sixty The! government meteorological station at on Dec. 1st year the mercury dropped to fourteen degrees below zero, being the lowest! the temperature has registered thus! far this fall and winter. Umission 15c AND THEATRE TO STRICTLY UNION THEATRE SIKHS FOR LOUISIANA. Vancouver, B.C., Dec. thousand Sikhs from [Northern India are to be located on the plantations of the Southern States, especially j Louisiana, labor conditions are i said to be very favorable. This is! the ambitious 'project.-Tja Singh, thej leader of the local East Indian col-j ony. plans to carry out during the coming year. Mr. R. D. Milliard and Miss Mig- nonne Philip and Co. presents a bur- lesque on "Uncle Tom's Cabin" to- night at the Lyceum. the audience by picking two strang- ers 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 men were on the stage with Mr. Zam lock were unable to discover any deception. Mr. Zanilock- was an add- ed feature for last evening only. Then, came Wr. "R. Hilliard with ATiss Mignonne in that soul stirring dra- matic sketch entitled "The Adventur- ess" showing the duplicate of woman, and the susceptibility of man and his sketch as taken '-Oni. dass Eng- lish drama ami will be seen again be- fore the end of the week. At the sec- ond performance this very excellent team presented a burlesque on Uncle Tom's Cabin, showing Mr. Hilliard as a Dutch Uncle Tom and kept the aud- ience in a continual scream. will be repeaterl tonight. Hilliard and Philips a repertoire of ab- out twenty sketches and intend chang- ing every night., except by special re- quest. Manager Brown will be more con- tent when his new stage and additior Mr. R.'D. H1LLIARD Presents MISS MIG- NONNE PHILIPS CO. in their Repertoire Burlesque............................Uncle Tom's Cabin Dramatic.....'..........................The Adventuress Comedy............................The Model Husband 4 Complete Changes This Week TONIGHT- -How Dutchy Became an Actor O. D. PADDOCK The King of Dancers A Dumb Hero Latest Moving Pictures Don't Forget we are Giving You Something New Every Night WE HAVE GOOD MUSIC is now being rushed to comple- tion is finished which will greatly add to his seating capacity and everybody can have a seat. Wo understand he is now contemplating a swinging gal- lery to accommodate one hundred and fifty -more. The Lyceum performance 'for 25c. cannot 'be beaten on the con- tinent. Sundial Acceptable Xmas Gifts We hold the key to the gift problem when anything for j ladies or children is desired. Our stock of toys for girls and boys is complete. Our line of Xnias Goods for ladies is sure to please. cLEAY Sensible and Serviceable For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery 6 Boilers, 150 h.p., 125 Ib. working pressure 2 Second-hand Return Tubular Boilers, 60 Ib. working pressure 2 Ingersoll-Sergeant Class A Straight Line Air Compressors 1 4 Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Locomotive, 42 in. gauge 8 Lidgerwood Electric Mine Hoists, 75 h.p. 4 Jeffrey Electric in gauge 1 AUrich Portable Electric Mine Pump. 86 in. gauge 1000 Hadh'eld Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels, 18 in. diameter 10 Tons 2-} in. Square Soft Steel, new, suitable for making mine car axles All the above equipment in good workable condition and offered for immediate shipment, subject to prior sale. Owing to above machinery having been re- placed by largor equipment, we are prepared to make it to your advantage to investigate fully before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- tion to J. B. TITRNEY, Purchasing Agent Ferine, B.C. 4 1 j FOR THE FAMILY The Herald for High-class Job Work Lamps Hanging Lamps Hall Lamps Dining-room Lamps Reading Lamps We have a beautiful display in this department, stocked for the Holiday trade. For Father or Brother A Safety Razor The Ever Ready The Gillette The Star Bathroom Fixtures Sundial, Dec. being the first list of, items to appear from this place, which is among the fairest and most beautifully located of any in Southern Alberta, we will say to those who have never been within our borders, that our central location is in the cett'ux- uf thy west half of sec- tion IS, Tp, 13, Range 19, and took its name from a beautiful lake near by where hundreds of cattle quench their thirst during the warm summer clays and nip the first sweet grasses from its shallow shores in. early spring. Our congenial ruorchant and blacksmith, Mr. C. K. Kjigeu. who settled here in June, see- ing the need of so many settlers thus isolated in receiving at least a week- ly mail, shortly received the appointment of postmaster, serv- ing 'our citizens faithfully and well, and whether our Sundial ever devel- ops into a thriving village or town, the building of railroads alone will tell, for the enterprise and thrift of our people is manifest by the rapidly mprovcd conditions, of our country, and the unity of spirit between each father and mother to" make for their loved ones tho ideal home, where the grace of hospitality abounds, where i the gentle hands throw open the door' with unselfish impulses and kindly feelings, where every confidence is gi- ven and received, where each is allow- ed to look into that mystery of mys- teries, the human heart; where the ceaseless story of life, with its hope Cox's Dairy J Fresh Cream Milk from Tiffin's Farm Delivered Daily Our Cleanliness V and Purity" P.O. Box SO Residence, Ipgyle lie,