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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHIftlDGC DAILY HtHALl THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1909. LYCEUM TO-NIGHT Man on the Box TO-MORROW NIGHT "The Idler" MATINEE Christmas Day 25c 50c Your Cliristmas is Now KINDERGARTEN Cltsing Exercises Show Splen- did Results Among Little Tots II I -H H THIRD AN.NUAL INLAND EMPIRE EXCURSION TO I C01JJH Another big assortment of holiday goods unpacked last night It inclades- Christmat Holly, Holly Moss Wreatht, Moss Wreathing, Christmas Immortelle Rotes, Xmas and New Year Eicursions For the Xriuu ahi Now Year holi- days, the Canadian Pacific Railway wnl make reduced rates for the Gen- I i eral Public, of fare and one third for round trip. Tickets on sale for Xmas December 21, 22, 22, 24 and 25; and for New Year, December 28, 29, 30 and 31 and January 1. All tickets being good for return until anuary 5, 1910. Lily of the Valley, Paper snd And all kinds rf Cfcristma-s Plants at I Geo. Taylor's THE FLORIST fiVO Bartlett St. Phone 276 P. 0. Box 1353 CANADIAN mm xcursions Single Fare Plus for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Man- itoba, Saskatchewan and Al- berta, to VMCOUVti! VIC TO ill I DUD WESTMINSTER Also to OKANAGAN VAL- LEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 16, 17, 18. 1909; January 21, 22. 23 and 24; February 15. 16, 17, 1910; to return within three months. Rosemead News Rosemead, Dec. and Mrs. Archamboi were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sawdoa on Sunday. Mr. Ar- chamboi took a load of his wheat w> Diamond City and got No- 1. The city buyers are certainly Mr. Glen Bassett left for North Ua- kota Mosday. is finished at Tabcr, but. judging from what others say. it does not pay to haul there, as our wheat commands a better price at Lefch- bridge. Mr. Charters and Mr. D. Hemphill i went to Lethbridge Monday with two I wagons and two teams. Tkey will brin- back two loads for the store. The well diggers finished Mr. Jahren's well on Tuesday. They got water at 106 feet. Mr. J ah r en thinks he will have enough water for nis own use. Mr. Guy Bassett is going into the, hog business. He bought two pi.wi from Mr. Dunlop on "Wednesday. The authorities are certainly slow as regards our school district. It looked at one time as if we would have a school by spring, but one can- not say that now. Mr. Charters and Dick Hemphill got home Thursdar. TP. 2, Range IS ANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Milk River, Dec. bro- thers have been "'moving goods oiit tn the homestead in Tp. 2, R. 14. "Suntoy school at Wm. Kinder's next Sunday at 2 p.m., church ser- vices following at 3 p.m. All are in- vited. Mrs. Abe Steckle is improving un- der the treatment of an osteopath from Calgary. George Eber and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sharp on Fri- day. Don't worry about cold weather. have had it doivn to 10 below zero way down in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sproved and children were visiting at Fred Beard's Saturday. I These long winter evenings we should have a good supply of reading matter at hand. The offer of The Lethbriflge Herald with Campbei'rs I Scientific Farmer and Soil Culture Manual is alright. i Remember the Christmas entertain- ment at Frank Smith's Thursdav night, Dec. 23. All are invited to ut- tend. Low Round Trip Ratei to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- "Hisive. good to return within three mentis. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic .Steamship Business will be on from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest Equipment, Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Tmins. Compartment Library Observation Cais on "Imperial Limited" and "At- lantic bxpress." 3' Through Express Jrains Daily 3 THE EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily man- ing connections, at Toronto ,fcr a'-l points "East ami "Vv'e-l The "Imperial leaves _ Win- 18.15, nnd the "Atlantic ,.at" 8.00 daily making con- nection's at Montreal for all points East thereof- Apply to the Nearest C: P. R. Agent for full information BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Dec. 22. Mr. Colp Is spending his holidays at his- home In j Massachusetts. i Mr. B. Smith was called home to Virginia by the death of his father. Miss Pollack is assisting Miss Ful- ler in her millinery during the holi- day rush. H. 0. Peglow left for Glenburn, D., to spend the winter. Mrs. Nelson entertained a number of friends at. cards Wednesday even? ing. Mrs. A. Wetoskfej. who was recent- ly injured by a dynamite explosion, returned on Thursday frorr1 hos- pital at Lethbrfdge. Sne is extremely fortunate in having no permanent disfigurations. Mrs. Ben L. Whitney will give a ball Monday evening. Any one. inter- ested in .1 hospital at Bow Island is cordially invited. The L''dies Home Missionary So- ciety- will meet at the Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon. There will be a union Christmas. 'tree "tit tho church Fri- day nigJU. Everybody 'is invited. Rev. Beacroii, 01" Calgary, has been arp.ointcd in place of Rev. M-S. Ros" nr-1 1 children "returned on Sunday from a three -months' visit with her 'parents. Miss Oldqinst entertained a large night at cards. The new drug store is well under way. Sil verware Cut Glass Souvenirs Hand Painted Limoges China Big Range of Novelties Manufacturers and Retailers Sherlock Block Glyn Si !ailo> Street oil v.ith the Wesimiiistfi' school was the scene of a very pretty closing yesterday afternoon, when th'e mothers of the children and many others, about fifty people in all, came to the little tots in their "child garden." The room was very taste- fully decorated for the occasion. The chains and other decorations were the work of the children themselves. The blinds were drawn and the arti- ficial light from the two large chan- dileers produced a very pleasing ef- fect. The organization of this free kind- ergarten in that part of the city last August was one of the most advanced seeps along educational lines that has yet been taken in a city that is noted throughout the West for its schools, and according to the results seen at yesterday's closing "the insti- tution has more than justified its ex- istence, and the action of the School Board is appreciated. At the outset the School Board were very fortunate in securing the services of so efficient a director as Miss Main has proven herself to be. The many expressions of delight and admiration at the manner In which the children went through rnia BETTER THAN EVER TIA SOO-SPOKANE t. R. N. ROUTE Leares Spokane 17 Reduced rates from all points on C. P. R., Medicine Hat and West. Also SPECIAL SLEEPERS on Soo-Spb- kaue-Portland regular train Jan. 16. Titkttt llmitHl 01 davs with stop tvcr privileges returning, and include Pull- man Berth, all meals is. diner, at tide trips .and ih- tertainmeiit'en route ox'going trip of six days. Reserre berths now. Only a limited number can be accommodated as cars positively li-iil not be crowded. tickets Mltttle holder to a full sectfen. Ask your agent for itinerary and full information or write W. R. SKEY, Travelling Passenger Agent 0. N. Co., J 601 Sprague Avenue, Spskane, Wash. their various exercises were only tri-jSNHAD butes to Miss Main's ability and skill as a director. It is not an easy mat- ter to control thirty or forty children between the ages of five and six; but this task was accomplished by Miss Main without any apparent effort on her part, and without rhe least sem- blance of harshness. Miss Main child, he effort and her almost infinite patience SUICIDE LETTERS REPORTED GENUINE Mother and Aunt to Stand Trial Murder However for New York, Dec. thfe Es- piace that sex County New Jersey grand jury in lias inTthe heart of every jmet to-day it was expected that it r sympathy with their every would early make known its finding were evident noon. throughout the alter- In a short talk to the mothers be- in the bath tub murder case evidence concerning .which was placed before it yesterday. Although no indictment has been officially announced up to fore the exercises were begun, Miss to-day Prosecutor Mott appear- Main pointed out some of the advant-'ed satisfied with the outcome of the ages of- kindergarten tro'ininjr. "The! proceedings m which he brought wit- she said, "is to develop to show .the alleged connec- Ibody. mind and spirit of the child- of Mrs- Caroline B. Martin, moth- Inlay'is the natural way for a of the victim, and Mrs. Mary j to express itself the kindergarten and Miss Virginia Wardlnw. NEW DAYTON CHURCH NOTES will give an entertainment Christmas ere. A good is heing pre- pared, and we" hope to see all our his Imagination is developed. ._. _, J ,t t, are suitable stories, songs am .Y-.-.P. A. GOT, New Dayton, Dec. ser- vices at the school house every Sun-j friends neighbors in beighbor- day. Sunday school at 2, preaching present. at 3 and Young Peopi'j's Meeting at 1 p. m. Preaching following the Y. P. A. Yesterday was a stormy day, and the attendance was small at Sun- day school. Conner wiai able to get here on accoumt of the storm, as he "has 14 miles to irire from Warmer. The Sunday school Geo. Cleve, wanted at Chatham. Ont.T for demolishing worth of leaden windows in the Lindsay Road Methodist ..Church ..with beer bottles has been arrested -in Toledo and will be extradited. '._... iainis, through play, to develop the i child. Each story, song and game a special cleaning. Through the arid songs the child gains xpericnces and new ideals, and There and games season of the year, also a special thought for each week. The thoughts dear with the trades, nature work and the ideal side of life." .Miss Main then, went on to speak' of the different kinds of material in the kindergarten, and the education- al value of each. Through play with these the child gains new experiences and more important Jearhs to A choeokte confection of rich milk choco- late arid Fresh shelled walnuts. Simply exquisite. In and pound cakes. VHE COWAN co. LHWITED. TORONTO. her aunts, with the mysterious death of Mrs. Ocey Wardlaw Martin j '3 Snead in East Orange, N. J. The next step of the New Jersey j ty authorities following the finding of i ty indictments would be an application to Governor Fort at Trenton for re- j jj; quisition papers to have the two pris- oners in this city taken to New sey for trial. The report that W. J. Kingsley, the handwriting expert; had found that the "suicide" notes alleged to have been written by Ocey Snead were all genuine, strange the case another te-day. Prosecutor Mott, however, has declared that ev-1 express himself, and 'throufeh this should this finding be rendered by pfessJbri h'g gains greater power and is better prepared for later school work. She also expressed the hope that mothers' meetings could be held from timfe to time, as means to a better understanding of the different children. .Miss Main was assisted during the afternoon by Miss Ault, director of the other kindergarten in the city, and Miss Moore, her regular assist- ant. The children of the kindergarten are very grateful to the H. McKillop Co. for anges. two boxes of Japanese or- _ i 1. the employed, he still would press the charges before the grand jury. These notes, once thought to} be eo important, were declared by j the prosecutor to be overshadowed' by other discoveries he had maCe in connection with bring about the woman. the alleged plot to death of the young UNREST IN INDIA Bombay, Dec. may have been the Immediate cause for the assassination of Chief Magistrate Jackson, the outrage cannot fail to increase the ever-present fear of an uprising in India. Attempts have been made in India against the lives of Mrs. E. L. Fernandez, the first wo-j Lord Milner, Lord Kitchener, Sir An- rnan theatrical agent in America, i drew Fraser. Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal and other British officials. proprietress of a well known lgt glr Wm_ Hutt Curzon in New and mother of Bijou i who had recently held import- Fernandez, the actress, died to-day j antant Indian appointments, was mur- at her home here, after an illness of dered at the Imperial Institute in TO INTENDING HOMESTEADERS On Jan. 10, 1910, tkere are a great many townships of land to be opened for settle- ment, in the Chin Coulee dis- trict, louth of Grasgy Lake. Anyone desiring to be lo- cated on any part of this dis- trict can get full accoramoda- tisn at The Grassy Lake Liv- ery. With this last year's experience in driving land seekers, -we know the country thoroughly and can guarantee satisfac- tion as homestead locat- ers. We bare madearrange- ments in the country to accommodate land'seekers who desire to stay over 'night. A will run Lake and Chin ;XVulee on Monday and' Thursday each week. Gallagher Sons Grassy Lake, Alta. It is officially announced that the army council has accepted Sir Henry Pcllatt's offer to bring the Queens Own Rifles to Aldershot for training next autumn. 0 several weeks. WHAT WOULD CHRISTMAS BE WITHOUT We have a splendid supply of Christmas Meats including DUCKS, GEESE and CHICKENS all young and m good condition. Also The public are cordially invited to see our regular Christmas "THL ihwsday London, by an Indian who was sub-1 sequently hanged. Shibfrs Cure quickly stops coughs, cares colas, hcaJs the throat and lungs. 25 Royal Shoe Co, Crabb Street Go-Op Block We are paving the way for foot rt and health tne winter. We are furnishing you with good, reliable and easy- walking shoes. 'Keep your head cool and your feet warm is an old adage, and you will show tnat your head is cool and knew that your feet will be warm if you buv your shoes at the nday You'll miss it if you don't get one of th< B :se Turkeys MI ROYAL SHOE COMPANY UP TON'S POOL .ROOM Is supplied with the ST FIXTURES IN AL3ERTA iool, bright, ai-.l Best Cigars and And i cos in stoc.k Barber Shop in Connection Rasfttnftnt of Oliver Block ;