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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiRIDOt, AL1IRTA, SATURDAY, 26, MINE OUT OF -DEBT. t, Dec. 25.--The Paper The International Coal and Coke Co., 01 Cok-man, is the first coal company in the Pass to dour up all its in- It is the first coal aim- ing company in Western Canada to reacli aa absolutely cash and j possibly in all of Canada. The in-' :iernational has reached this very fa- vorable situation through the sale of fbe :-remaining treasury stock, shares, .-which had been held in tlie treasury since the equipment of the mines was completed. REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. I LOTS ON Wood St. close in: MINING COMPANIES TO AMALGAMATE.. PAQE THREE. Frank, Dec. Paper Breekenridgo and Lund Company held a meet- ing at Lundbreek Saturday. No authentic report as to wlint was donr- has been given cut, but the report is current that as a result of the meeting there, is a probability that the Breckenridge aad Lund Coai- pany aad the Galbraith Coai- paay will eoasolidate. 2 LOTS McKILLOP ADDN., NEAR Ellison 'Biill, 3 WESTMINSTER CLOSE to school, 1 ACRE LOT1 CORNER OF McBETH Bailey St., mile from school ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST .6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANGE Cash and per -month until paid for. Rents for per month. CITY AND DISTRICT Two cars of settlers' effects came in today, one to be forwarded to Milk River, where "Fred Eigard is taking up u ranch, and one to remain in Lethbridge. where F. W. Eaney, re- cently of Ackman, N.D., is in, future making his home. The fourth annual convention, amd the annual meeting; of the Alberta Agricultural Fairs Association will be- held in the city of .Calgary, ftt the Board of Trade council rooms, 224 Eighth avenue west, on Wednesday and Thursday. -January 6th and 7tb. 1909. The new dry goods store in the brth Ward reports that business is exceptionally The stock has been added to since the business was opened and Mrs. Douglas now has an up-to-date little store with a, fine as- sortment of ladies' and wear. MOVINC, PlCTURfcS ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. MAY SE TROUBLE AT HILLCREST. THE THATEN DUO "Actir's Flirlitiw." A Dtable Bill 1. Inn Keeper's Wife 2. Lighting Sketches 3. Rival Sisters 4. Armless and Legless Wonder "DARLING" Prices I5c and 29c Perforate Starting at 7.30 LOOTED THE CATHEDRAL: Copenhagen, Dec. cathe- dral at Rotcskilde, the burial place for centuries past of the Danish Kings, was looted by burglars last night, and a large number of costly gold and silver wreaths, urns and shields were carried away. The tombs of both King Christian and Queen Louise were robbed of all the valu- able gold and silver memorials sent by the crowned heads of Europe and the cities of Denmark. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil celebrated teacher, William speare, will receive pupils in and voice production. Also ments for Ballad At etc. For further information the Lethbridge Conservatory o of the Shake- singing engage- Homes, address Music. ELECTRICAL SMELTE3. j Spokane, Wash., Dee. Canadian Zinc Company, of Nelson, B.C., has the distinction of operating the first electrical smelter 'establish- ed on a commercial basis. It is now producing spelter and leaxi-silver bul- lion from mixed zinc ores, and the operations of the plant have proven successful in every way. ie Arrow Lake Orchards This company owns 7000 acres carefully selected Fruit Land situated in the most'favorable location for fruit growing, in BRITISH COLUMBIA. These lands are beautifully situated en the Arrow Lakes where Irrigation is not Required If you were offered a home situated on the shores of a beautiful lake or stream, amidst what is acknowledged to be the finest scenery in the world; where bear, deer goat, grouse and trout abound: where the climate is exceptionally fine and where boating-of all kinds may be -enjoyed; with the Canadian Pacific boat service passing your door twice every day winter and summer; with guaranteed returns from your land sufficient to ensure you a comfortable living, and with property increasing in value at the rate of 25 per cent per year All for or Payable in 4 Years WOULD YOU INVEST If so drop a line to M. FREEMAN, GenU Agent The iTOlake Hlberta, Canada And you will receive full particulars Reference........Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge Guelph, Dee. years ago next June a report, appeared in the papers of the province of the death of Corporal Morgan, of the 'i Northwest Mounted Police, who had j previously left for England, and had, I after leaving New York, been found dead in his'berth. .Corporal Morgan wa-s well known Here. To the -sur- prise of his friends, however, Cor? poral Morgan has returned here. A mistake occurred over the death of another man of the same name on board ship. Miss Margaret Maepherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artibde musical edu- cation, preparing tfeoi fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and plaif .work, as- well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal in Studio, at the residence of Airs. Wm. Button, 814 Courtland St., Alta. Frank. Dec. Frank Paper roper; is cn--- rent that labor trouble ar Mill- crest is impending. It is said the Hillcrest Compiii-.v has notified the secretary the Miners' Union that after January 1st the company will insist on a reduction of the prices for pillar work and timbering. The price ior pil- lar work is now fjfiy and that for five cents a foot. The to the union is that the pillar price will be cut to i'o.'ty and that for timbering to 'wo cents .a foot. The report is the men will decline tc ipt any change of the schedule before the expiration of ihe existing agreement, and that any at- attempt to put the new order into effect will be met by a strike. High-class Vaudeville A TRIP. TO NEW YORK. Toronto, Dee. Henry Pel- latt and the staff of officers' of the Queen's Own Rifles have been invit- ed to the review of the Twenty-third Regiment ac New York on January 16. Sir Henry says the invitation will probably be accepted.. STOCK QUOTATIONS Elweil, i For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery 6 Boilers, 150 h.p., 125 Ib. working pressure 2 Second-hand Eeturn 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 3 Lidgerwood Electric Mine Hoists, 75 h.p. 4 Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 36 in gauge 1 Aldrich Portable Electric Mine Pump, 36 in. gauge 1000 Hadfield Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels, IS in. diameter 10 Tons in. Square Soft Steel, new. suitable for making uiine car axles above equipment in good workable condition and offered for immediate shipment, subject to prior .sale. Owing to above machinery having been re- placed by larger equipme7it, we are prepared to roake it to_your advantage to investigate fully before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- tion to As Furnished by Beale Cranbrook, B.C. December 23, 1908. Bid Asked Aurora Consolidated B. C. Copper Consolidated Smelters Canadian North West Oil Can. Goldfields, Cranbrook Fire Brick Diamond Coal Internatl. Coal Coke North Star Nipissing Royal Collieries Society Girl Sullivan Temaskinninc -07% .70 .37 .03 .25 .07% 85. .45 .05 .10 10.00 .35 -00 3f 1.10 56 .78 -12% 10.25 .37 .25 ALWAYS SOMETHING GOOD AT THE EUREKA. The proprietors of tin- Eureka regret to say they 'nave not scaling capacity enough for their patrons. Last night the citizens were standing out on the sidewalk waiting for the conclusion of tlie- first performance that they might be able to obtain entrance for the second, the beinp: 'jinked to the doors. is needless to say why this "ayhouse ig drawing such crowds, when they know the very clever Thaten Duo, who are now play- ing their fou'-rl: week in our city, and are winning a wider reputation with each bill they present They k'eep' the house in ai; Mpr'iar from the time they come or, thr- stage until the drop of the curtain. Special mention must be made of Miss which are beautiful every respect. On Mon- day night they present another of their screamingly funny sketches, .en- titled "Hypnotizing a Wife." This will be one continual scream from beginning to finigb, and should not be missed by the theatregoers of this city. Your mother, wife, children, or sweetheart will .not be insulted at the Eureka, as Messrs. Morris and N-iven pvide themselves on having Al clean vaudeville at all times. i RECORD LUMP OF COAL. Frank, Dec. was prob- ably the record of coal ever mined in Alberta was broken in the mine being opener? on South Fork by the Carbon Hill Company one day last .'iceorditig to a ivport received hy Aiex, Goyette from Foreman "Fogtc-r yesterday. He states that Wm. Crown and Win. Irome, two miners in thr out a solid lump of coal measuring 4S cubic feet, which would weigh about pounds, or about a ton and three-quarters. Mr. Fost-r stated that owing to of facilities for handling it wa> impossible to get the lump out of ilk- entry intact. Emission 15c AND 25 c THEATRE Cofitinuoys Performan- ces 7.45 TO 1045 STRI UNION Mr. R. D. MILLIARD Presents MISS MIG- NONNE PHILIPS CO. in their Repertoire TONIGHT-A New Act (Watch) O. D. PADDOCK The King of Dancers Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunbar Stars of Gilt Edge Comedy New Pictures and Songs Excellent Orchestra CHINK GUILTY. Fianeisco, Cal., Dec. Chang, a Korean, who shot and killed j Durham a Japanese diplomatic''adviser t-> the Korean Emperor "last ia.'ian Francisco, was found guilty of--tsiurder in the second degree by a jury last night in Judge of tlie Superior Coxut. Sentence will be passed on The mini- mum penaily is ten years, and the maxinin.rn life irnprisonment. LYCEUM LAST NIGHT, COAL. DALE. 1-44 THANKS. Rustler.) Wo ?re in receipt of the Xnia-'' number of the Lethbridge Herald. Il- l's a beautiful publication, with a good quantity of welcome reading also being widely illustrated. J. B. TURKEY, Purchasing Agent Fernle, B.C. 1'ec. Coaldale school gave a very enjoyable enter- tainment ai r.he school house last ev- ening-. At the ronclusion of the scho- lars' exercises Messrs. Mc'Kenzie and the Misses Sinclair and McKenzie gave several voeal selections and Mi McArthur and "Miss Potts gave a Scotch dialect duet. A Christmas tree loaded presents was more attractive to t.h.j children, 'and at th close of the Mr. McArthur us Santa OJauri distributed the pres- ents. Mr. K. A. Suggitt was cluu man. Messrs. MfArthur and'Stewart Icit for their home ia Bottineau, X. D., last night. 3Iiss Potts went to Tabcr for the holidays. L. S. Cokoj.v made a business trip to Medicine jiight. Crowd Attends.Xmas Eve and'Xmas Night. A very pleasing audience attended the Lyceum Theatre last evening and enjoyed the program hugely. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunbar, in their catchy _little sketch, were very funny, espe- cially the entry, when little Madeline Dunbar wheels Charles, who is gifted with a superfluous amount of averdu- on the stage in a baby carriage, And for Paddock, the College boy dancer, his reputation among Leth- bridge theatregoers speaks for itself. Milliard and Phillips, in "The were excellently re- ceived, and deserve great Credit for the manner in which their sketch, "Tlie is put on- Mr. Milliard and Miss Phillips, have majvy times played the American continent, and the grace and- manner in which they take tlit-ir respective parts it can be leadily that they are per- formers of the Al class. Next Aveek Managt-r Brown intends putting on five acts, and will include ten vau- deville closing each perform- ance with an afterpiece, such as and Irish ''The Isle of Spice, and the program will have a change every night. On the following week Tom Mdrks Stock Co. will be at the Lyceum for three days in three en- tirely new plays, which means get in ear-lv. It's a "man's duty to dressl Also, it's his duty to dress well economically. Logically, it's his duty to wear ft Progress Brand" ClofliMi Sold and by McKELVIE