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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE HERALD Page Christmas AND New Year Holidays FARE ONE-THIRD For the Between all statiouw on the Main Line, Port Arthur to Vancouver and Intermediate branch lines. Tickets on sale December 22, to January'2, 1911, final return limit, January 5, 1911. For iurtliei- particulars apply to S. B. MITCHELL "Ticket Agent Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alta. EASTERN CANADA Low Rcund 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 Kov 11 and limited to rive months from date of issue. Finest eauipsKat. Standard First Cl3cs and Tourist Sleeping Cars and on nil Through Trains. Compartment Library Observation on "Imperial' Limited." J-TB-oogh Express Trail sD.iy-3 -iriE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10k mak- ing connections at 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 Agent for :-utl intorrhation You Will Find a Clean New Roseborough's New Jewelry Store In the Royal Bank Building Corner of Redpath and Glyn Sts. our dainty Solid Grolcl Lace Pins at Scarf Pins, 14k, pearl set Fine Enaineled Sash Pins-at Bargains like this in all lines. Manufacturing Jeweler To Pay Call On Great Falls (Continued from front Messrs. Nimmoas, Rylauds, Tilley, Goode ana" others spoke enthusiastic- ally in support, of the Idea, the lirst named remarking that the president was entitled to a-he thanks of the board for taking the matter up in the way he had. The motion instructing the secre- tary to open up a list and to make other arrangements 'was made by Vice President RyJandsv and seconded by A. Tilley. It carried unanimously.' The motion instructing, the secretary to write the thanks of .the board to the Great Falls Chamber oi Com- merce was made by- A. Hamilton and also carried, -irem. con. Must Hurry New Lines Along (Continued from front SOUTHERN ALBERTA We purchased several hundred early in the season for Christmas delivery. We have no cold storage turkeys in shop. If you want any before are all sold out act at once, VJU Hill Block AM ATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS Now Is the time to liav e HLMS ENLARGED EOE'XMAS PBESEBTTS. Biitisli Colonial PIiotograpMc 8KEBLOCK BLDG-. MORAL REFORM AT CRANBROOK TWO VACANCIES IN 1HE ANNUAL Low Round Trip Fares To -ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, Minn. MILWAUKEE, Wis. CHICAGO, .III. on sale Dec. I to 31 inclusive Good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for full information. Nominations to atMacleocl, Next Week- will also spend Cliristmas in Macleod. Elija AY ells and family left last night for'London, where they will-spend the winter, returning to Macleod in the spring, where Mr. Wells is interested in, the building and contracting business. Miss .Sanderson, -of Peterborough, has been visaing her cous-' in, Dr. W. W. Milburn, for the sum- I mcr, left for her home last Monday. She was accompanied by Miss Lynch. for Mac- Ico'd, hV-has bees--, attending parlia- ment. 'r in a way, the work, of the commit- tee. Messrs. Nour'se, Goode, Hamil- ton and others supported the plan and! the motion, which provided that a 'nominating committee be appointed; ,at the January meeting to suggest' nominations for" officers for 1911 to be submitted to the annual meeting in February, carried. The. North Traffic Bridge There was also considerable discus- sion on the matter of a traffic bridge across the Belly -river about six miles north of the river. L. Keel brought the subject tip, drawing attention very forcibly to its importance. He suggested 'that- -if -the government would not -build, the city should do so .'itself, and declared that it would he repaid'times over tor doing so. President 'Bourse thought the city could" hot money outside its' limits" authoriza- tion of the legislature. He thought they had gone as -far in the matter i as they could at -present. They had already asked the city council ,to con- di'daces sidcr the .matter, of making a grant how coming to. the front. The follow- the .cost of the bridge and ing candidates are reported to be in the matter had by that body been, line for nomination on a moral rc- referrgd to ;fche .new council. j form ticket: W. A. Buchanan said that, he had j For Finlay. secured a..promise from the govern-! Aldermen-Simon Taylor, A. ment that its engineer would be sent j AIackinQQ1] j. Frank the proposedI site., D aEd Frank He thought the chances lor the bridge would be better ii the farmers in the districts affected would take up the matter with their member, Hon. A. Maclean. A- Tilley and A.'- ELr McKeo.wn spoke of securing petitions from the farmers to the: north-and north-east of the citK this lead lip to the peti- a Ioot of snow fel1' and tions that' had' been -sent. out two things .were badly tied up. years or so ago and there Was con-j A London bankrupt said the hobble siderablo argument .as- -to iust 'where i sKlrt ruined Mm.. He was a petti- location for the bridge would manufacturer, and when women really be, near Diamond' City or nobbled themselves they: couldn't wear Phone 452 P W 452 Dufferin Street INSANE WOMAN ON 1HE PRAIRIE Dec. can- WanrWino- AKnnf idaces for Mayor and Aldermen are VV anaenng Coutts-Taken to the Poor House It is said that Alderman Hunt will accept the nomination for Mayor; and that Aldermen Jackson and. as Aldermen. A fierce, blizzard struck K Lethbridge kast week to, Johnson, vrho came from their -form- er home in Fairmouat, North ta." They were, driven to their, ranch Saturday by'Thos. -Collitod.-.- v- N., S. Dickinson, an. -old-pine Mock- man. 22 miles north-east of totvn, re turiicd to his ranch Monday load-of lumber which: will "be utilized, in building an addition to resi- dence. John B'owen, of West Butte business visitor in Sweet Grass; Tues-. day. Bert Furnell, connected .1 the Deer Creek Cattle in the first of-tne week. B Clark, also a distant" home-' steader, took advantage of. the good weather to come to town on.business1 Monday. 'On the whole, the business men. of; the towns of Coutts'and Sweet Grass Coutts, Al'ta., Dec. 20. Deputv Sheriff W. B. Martin, of Shelby, Mont., arrived in Sweet Grass- to- night to tak'-e charge .of an insane wo- nran who was -brought into Coutts a few days ago-from. Police Coulee by the Canadian, mounted police, and turned over to Collector of. Customs., Clark Collins, of the Sweet Grass are doing .a-Sopohing, trade because port. The :woman had teen seen wan-, OI. ranchers and .new. dering about the country'east of here settlers alike, who a-re transacting. further east. Finally a motion was passed appointing Messrs. R. E. Mac- j (Special to the Macleod, Alta., Dec. Jes- The ladies of the English church Arthur, E. U- Rylands, E. A. Cun- sie Grady, who has been attending a iast a Congregational Soc-; uingham, C. F. Conybeare and A. ial in the town hall, which was re- Tilley..a special bridge committee to business college in Lethbridge, has returned to Macleod to spend the Christmas holidays with her father, Postmaster A. F. Grady. She has been helping in her .old position in p-ost office during the busy season, and will ruturn to Lethbridge aiter the new year. Messrs. Tanner Bros, are erecting a large machine: shop on Main street near the steam laundry and on com- pletion of the building they will open up in the implement business. The many M'iss Het-tie Collins, now of Fcrnie, will be glad to learn that she is past the danger point of her illness. Messrs. John L. Lang and John G-. Holder, who have been conducting a all sum- re- Tilley.. a ported to have been pronounced sue go thoroughly into the whole cess. t j'tion. i The notices are out calling for the' Letters were read from the citv i nominations for candidates to fill the '.council stating that -in accordance I two vacancies in the council caused vrith the board's request the police i by the resignations of Messrs Mac- cen5Us would be taken on Jan. Uth: Donnell and Dickson. As yet there is, instead of in. May next, as originally j no talk of any person being out for'intended, and from C. P. R. Agent j election- The nominations close on, g 3. Mitchell in regard to the re- j Tuesday, December 27th, and the elec-, quest made at the last meeting for a tion is one week later. j better system by -prhich hotels could Mr. McKay, of the Canadian Bank oi Commerce, Winnipeg, arrived in Macleod, and is working at the branch here iMling the vacancy caused by H. R. Main leaving for Lethbridge. The Leah Stoddart Opera Co. are playing "Wife's Family" in the be kept informed as to the lateness oE- trains. He asked that the hotels be requested by the board to up the ticket office instead of the yard j office as they were, le said, continu- ally in the ha-bit of doing in spite of the" fact that some time ago he re- petticoats, nence his trade vanished. tf 11 Christmas Gifts Sterling Silver Frames, round, oval and square to Sterling Silver Snuff Boxes Lang has left for his home in Toron- to but Mr. Holder will remain in j Macleod for the winter. Mrs. Del McCrea, of Pincher Creek, j and formerly of Macleod, is visiting; her mother in Slacked for the Christ- j mas season. E. R. and Dei MeCrea Itfie fasoda opera house here tonight and already j quested a deputation of them which waited upon him, not to do. The let-j ter was filed. The minutes of Dr. W. H. Proctor, one of the best ivnovvn practitioners in .Pittsburg, leap- ed from a window and was killed. oniaa Has placed an order for worth of field battrles with of PHsen Austria. SINGLE FARE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP "rom all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Manito ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 10 ictoria es Tickets on sale December 15, 16 and 17, 1910; January 20, 21, 22 and 23 and February 14, 15 and 16, 1S11; good to re- turn within three months rom date of issue. ly to nearest C. P. Ry. ivr fun information. STREET RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT NELSON, E. C. Nelson, Dec. first accid- ent on the street car system since it has been started again, took place yesterday, when a car going up a twelve per cent, grade went back- wards in spile of the brake powerr and sand. Striking a sharp curve, it lel't the truck and crashed into a tel- ephone pole. Three men and a girl :were serious] yinjured. on the side of the house where winter blasts strike hardest always has a lower temperature than the rest of the house. 1 here are times when it is necessary to raise the temperature quickly or to keep the temperature up for a long period. That can't be done by the regular method of heating without great trouble and overheating ihe rest of the house. The only reliable method of heating such a room alone by other means is to use a Absolutely. smchdzss and odorless which can be feept at full or low heat for a short or long time. Four quarts of oil give a glowing heat for nine hours. smoke or smell. An indicator always shows the amount of oi! in the font. Filler-cap dees not on; but is put in like a cork in 2 bottle, and is attached by a chain and cannot get lost. An siztozsatic-locldsg flame spreader prevents the wick from being turned high encugh to smoke, and is easy tc remove and drop back so that it can be cleaned in an instant. burner body or gallery ccnnot become -wedged, and can be unscrewed In an instant for rcwicking. Finished in japan or nickel, strong, durable, weli- built for service, and ycf "light and orrmraental. Has a cool handle. Dtclers Everyantrt. If r.o! at -ws, wriit far descriptive cfrcxlcr to the nearts; of the ImpsrSal Oil Company, the previous meet-} ing and the report of the executive council were read and adopted. Aris- ing out of The reading of the min-j utes the president reported th.it, he j had taken up the matters of single, faro excursion rates on the railroads and cable- rates to Great Britain and had been informed that the matters had already been taken up with the i raili-cad commission by the Calgary j' Board. i Those at the meeting Presidrnt Nouvse. Vice President E.., TJ. Ryiands, W. A- Buchanan, A. j A. H. "McKcown, H. M. Whid- d inn on J. W. Bawden. J. L. Man- TI Kc-lhe. H. A. McKil-, lop, H. J. Gnodo. A. C. Price. I..1 Keel, A Rnftnn-Cannins, A. H A. J. Tvlntdoiigal. Robt. J F Rogers. -TT Jackson, C. W L Mackenzie. Mr. Hyslop, W. A.i Hamilton, C. C. Pagnucllo, E. Hag- ell. Silver Plate. Sterling Siiver Card Cases Sterling Silver Cigar Cases to Cigarette Silver EXPECT TO BE GENTLEMEN FARMERS London, Dec; principal ofj Huron College, writing to the League of Empire, "We gfet quiie a number of young men who come toj Canada to Ic-.irn farming, and who af- ter a year or two discover that this is polite fiction for becoming more or less merely farm laborers." The Archbishop's Western Canada fund now totals H T WOMAN MAKES RECORD FLIGHT Etampes, France, Dec. worlcl's records for sus- tained flight by women were broken today by Mme. a daring French woman, who negotiated 103 miles, remain- aloi't hours and 35 minutes in a Demosoile mo- noplane, the invention of San- tos Dumont, the Brazilian. Sterling to Cigarette Boxes, Rosewood, Sterling .Mounted. to Bottle Opener, Mustard to Tea Strainers, Sterling Eb- ony Cases. Sterling Silver to Tea Strainer Holder, Ster- ling Silver. Strainer Hoicier with Strain- Cork Screw, Sterling Mount- JEWELER OLIVER BLK. ROUND ST. on. the line for several days. found, she i.vas carrying a'.sack' full oi clothing -which -weighed about GO ppun-ds. She is a Scandinavian by birth, came to Montana from Minne- sota, and has been -working for the past few months at various ranches in the Gold Butte country. Sheriff Martin will take the demented wo- man to Chouteau. whete she will probably be temporarily confined to the county poor farm. When q-uestion'ed, she stated through an interpreter that-she had been.in an insane asylum in Minnesota for a short time. P. H. Buckley, of Sweet Grass, moved sheep into Canada Mon- day. They were consigned-to his partner in the 'stock business, .Henry Tennant, and will be wintered a levr miks north of here at the ranch oi the latter. j Word just received from t-lie bedside of C. F. Mober_ly, who is confined in a Lethbridge hospital, states that he is doinc; well. j Walter E. Hoffman, of St. who is in the employ oi the United States covernment, in-' Sweet Grass last week inspecting the work of the surveyors who laid out the two townships numbered 37, ranges 1 and 3 west. The town of Sweet i Grass is siiua.ted or, the western di-1 vision of land, and intending settlers have long wished that the two town- ships were open to entry uridrr the hcrnestead act. It is though I that at least half of the land jus{ inspect- ed, or that pact lying lo the east of Sweet Grass, will be subject lo the 320-acre homestead law. Most of the land is at present squatted or. nv settlers who will file as soon as the land is open. This much desired event will probably occur early next j spring. The question of gelling water for j domestic iiud Othcl ui'sri is HOW tne burning one with some of the new j set-tiers thirty-five miles cast of; Coutts. While some have secured good supplies at a distance of approx imately 100 feet below the surface, others' are over half again that and have failed to get good results.; Thos. Pegs has drilled a distance oi 158 still finds the supply in-j adequate. Carl Aske is operatinc the j wclf drill. He has just Jinished a 100 foot well for B. Albright and a-noth- or for himself. Hompstfadcrs in this section from j the Middle tt'est and from the tas iii particular, are exulting this week over the balmy weather which' has prevailed for the past fp.w days.! The chir.cok wind has clear j eti 7he ground of snow, and, for the past few days, windows arid doors} have been thrown open to admit the sunshine. The roads are in excellent, condition. i The Farrcll Vancleve livestock firir-, sold out their rprnaining 300 head of cattle last week .to B. E. j j Sickler. of Coutts. Out of the large bunch purchased by Balcovski Wall- j ingcr from local ranchers, 275 head of young stock were resold to pavi- j ies "of this district. The price rrt- i ceivrd was about per head i straight through. I .1. F. Simon, a land-owner o> North Dakota, wss in town Saturday from his claim 35 miles cast. He returned i with a lon.fi of provisions. L. H. Johnson, who has a claim 10 i miles east of town, made a trip to settlers aliter who business here this week. BORN On December. 21, to Mr. .and Mrs. A. Rose, 122 Sth St., North, a daugh- ter, Christmas ins A Large Shipment of CUTLERY just received Carvers from to 'We jiave'a good assortment of Heiiry Kog'ers Sons' popular make. Spoons, .knives and forks in the, celebrated lumvood Pat. Sugar Shells, Berry Spoons, Cold'Meac Porks. Butter Knives, Gravy Ladles, In the hand- some Louis XVI. Gilt. Above lines are all triple plated and guaranteed You save money by in- specting our stock before buying else- where. Small profits and quick re- turns. Cr U. ul GENERAL HARDWARE 524 Westminster Road North ;