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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Jt -S gays The Lund CoJBpaby fetid a iag at Liutdbreek Saturday. No report what was done haea ftveo but the report it eirrcat thai as a ol there b a probability that Caitftta to and In- tbk wjr ft- the ttk of toatury had bwa teU in THATEN DUO A Ik Mb HI DARLING ArauMitM paiiy will consolidate TMfttft. T. E. 'ftATTEMofc; Otttt. Otiwr Bteck. MM i LOTS Weed ft. ia: J LOTB MiKJLLOP Ellison Mill, fttO. vie r ADDH., HEAB CITY AliD DlfTlltCT Two of gfccto eame'ia today, to be to Milk Biver, where Fred Eigtrd'ii Uking up a ranch, and "oee_lo raeiaiu-in Lethbridge, F! laney, Ve- pettily N.D.ria in fatore making his home. The fourth annual convection, and the annual meeting" ol tilt 9 LOTS ON WESTMIN8TEB CLOSE to aebool, 1 ACRE LOT OOBMEB OF McBETH A Bailey St., X from school fTW. TB LAST MW. HOFBE OK TORRANCTl Ava.. Cash and per ttonth paid for. iMta for per month. Agricultural Aswelatfm for at s, looted tht burial past of the Daniah; bjr bdrflarsj laat a large mtmbar ol costly vewithV, urna and night, and gold aud j were" serried' away._ The of both King Chruiiau and Queen ViM and Archer, of the er; will receive pupils ia terfeUad At 1 Jf or farther information i Conaarmtory of MA v M TMWKE AT Frank, Dec. Paper report U cut- reoi that labor trouble at Kill- creal M It. U said the mtfroUry ol the Hilkfert thai after January eampaiiy will on a nduetioa oi priettt (or. pillar vork and The prka tec pil- work u now ftfcjr eeuM, and' tW lor five tUftiMi in- that the priof will -be cyt, to fort) oanit and that for tiuberiuf to two a foot, report thai-the will'decline to accept any change of the schedules before the.expiration of the. existing i -agreement, and that any. aU attempt to put the new order effect will be met by 15c AMD 15c TlttATIE 10451 8TRIOTLY UNION __THEATRE able gold art! silver memorials uy'tiie crowned" Europe and in the cUv' of Calgary, at the {the, cities of Board of Trader-council rooms, U24-J svenue west, on Wednesday and Thursday', January 6th and 7th, 1909. The new dry North Ward reports that buataeM is exceptionally food. The stock has been, added to w opened ami Douglas now haa an little store vntfc a flaa aa- ELECTRICAL Spoljaue, SMiLTER. Zluc Company, q! lielion. B.C., has UK- diiiiictkni oi operating the 'first electrical smelter enUbHalv ed on a commercial basis. It U now produetng spelter and bul- lion from mixed zinc ores, and operations of- the plant have proran sortment of ladies' aurt childrena' i successful in erery way. Thisrqpmpany owns 7600 ot carefully selected Fritif Land situated in the most favorable for irnit in 1RITWH COLUMBIA. These lands are beautifully situated on the Arrow Lakes wfcere Irrigation n act If you wera offered i'noihe situated on the shores of a beantiful lake or amidst what is acknowledged to be the finest scenery in the world; where bear, deer, goat, pro use and trout a bo and: where the climate is exceptionally fine and boatiiig of all kindi may be enjoyed; with" the 'Canadian Pacific boat service pawing your door 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 Alt for or Payable ia 4 Years WOULD YOU INVEST? If to drop a line to M. FREEMAN, Genl Agent The Imi like lettbrttgt, Hkrti, Curt Arid you will receive full particulars Kef erence Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge TURM UP. Bee. yean ago- next June' a report appeared in the papers of the province of the death Corporal Jtorgan, of-the Northwest Mounted Police, who had previously left for-England, -and had. after leaving New.York, been found ;rU Corporal' Moigan known, here. To the sur- his however, Cor- A. ire. M. Fkai Honor oi Dr. Maaical: ot the "Toronto ol Mnsie. TfJUDHER OF PIANO THEORY SPECIALTY in all fnides prejMjred for the' Toronto COB- will receive and artistic naskal edu- eatioc. pnparinf them rally lor prbfewiion; for the ooneeri, and "platform weTJ 'as' for4 the'drawing room and the so- drele. Personal eonsultation in Studio; at the midenee ol Mrs. Wm. Hotton. AiU. Mr. R. D. MILLIARD Presents MISS MIG- NONNE PHILIPS CO. in their Repertoire J RECORD COAL. Frank, What was ably the record lump of coal ever mined' in Alberta was broken in the! wine being opened on the South Fork by, the Carbon Hill oue day iaikr-week, Coal Coapahr according to at dead his was prise of poral Horgari has returned here. A mistake occurred over the death of another man of the same name on board ship. A TRIP TO Toronto, Dec. 22.-7rSir- Kenry Pel- latt and the staft of officers of the Queen's Own Rifles have been ed to the review of the Twenty-third Regiment at New York on January Sir _Henry sayg -the invitation probably be accepted. ALWAYS SOMETHING GOOD 'AT THE The ptoprietors oi the Eureka regre to they have not seating enwsfh for their patrons, tast nigt the catistens were standing pnt 6n th sidewalk waiting for -the conclusion of the first performance that they might he -able to obtain entrance for the second, the house being packed to the doors. It is needless to (say drawing such when they Icnow The--'very clever Thaten are now play- ing, their fourth week in our "are winning a wider reputation with report froin Foreman Fogter, yesterday. states tha> jWm. Grown Wni. Irome; two miners in the company, broke out A .-solid-lumpi.of coal meaeuring 48 cubic feet, wbieh would, weigh about pounds, OK. about a ton and Mr. Poster seated thai owing to lack of facilities- for handling it was impoasible to get- tbe'lump out of the eutry intact. 0. D. PADDOCK The King of Dancers Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunbar Stars of Gilt Edge Comedy New and Soagt OrcKectra Next Week-BiggestBill of the Season WE HAVE GOOD MUSIC CHINK FOUND GUILTY. JSan Francisco, Cal., Dec. Chang, a Korean, who and'killed Enormous LYCEUM UA87 NIGHT. he' hnuse in an uproar from the time] they come on the stage until the drop of the curtain Special mention must be made of[ Coaldale, Dec. Coaldale I speaks {o; ilseli For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery 6 Boilers, 150 125 Ib. working 2 Second-hand Return Tubular 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 4 Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 36 in gauge 1 Aid rich Portable Electric Mine Pump, 36 iu. gauge 1000 Hadfield Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels. 18 in: diameter 10 Tons 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 hating been re- placed by larger 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. TURKEY, Purchasing Agent Fernie. B.C. .STOCK QUOTATIONS Fyrnishtd by Beale Elwtll, Cranbrook, B.C. December 23, 1908. Bid Asked Aurora Consolidated .25 B. C. Copper Consolidated. Smelters" Canadiaa Ndrth West Oil Can. Gbldfields Craabrook Fire Brick Diamond Coal InternatL Coal 4 Coke North Star .1C Nipissing Royal Collieries .35 .37 evens, -a Japanese diplomatic to the Korean last March in San Francisco, was found guilty of murder irr the Crowd' Attends and Night. Eva A pleasing audience attended the Lyceum Theatre last "evening and second degree by a jury last night 1 enjoyed the program hugely. Mr. and in Judge Cook's department of the j Mrs. Chas. Dunbar in their catchy Superior passed Court. Sentence will December The mem penalty is ten years, and maximum life omprifjonrnent. "be little sketch, were very funny, espe- COALDALE mini- j cially the entry, when little Madeline the 1 Dxmbar wheels Charles, who is gifted with a, superfluous amount of averdu- pois, on the stage in a baby carriage, And the boy dancer, his jreputation among Leth- costumes. Trhfch rare >eauTJful- sa every respect. -On. Mon- day1 night 'they present another of their screamingly -funny sketches, en- titled1' "Hypnotiiing a This will be one "continual 'scream from beginning 'and be missed by the theatregoers of this city. Your wife, children, or school gave a enter-] talnment at the school: house last ev- ening. At the .conclusion of the scho-1 lare' the" Misses Sinclair McKenzie and and McKenzie Miss Billiard and Phillips, in "The were excellently re- ceived, and" deserve great credit for .he their sketch, _'T_he ia put on- Mr. Billiard and Miss Phillips, have many times played the American continent, and the grace and manner in which they take their respective parts it can be readily seen that they are per- formers; of "the Al class. Next_ week Manager Brown intends putting on five acts, and will include ien vau- deville stars, closing each perform- ance with an, afterpiece, such as "Bibbs and "The, Irish "The Isle of apd the program will have a change every -night. On the following week Tom Marks Stock Co. will be at the Lyceum for three days in three en- tirely new plays, which means get in earlv. gave several selections and Mr. McArthur and Scotch dialect 85. .45 .06 .1.10 ..55' 56 .70 .37 .03 Society Girl Sullivan TemaskinJiiag'- 1-46X sweetheart will the Eureka, as not be in at Messrs. -Morris and Niren pride" them selves oa having Ai clean vaudeville.: at all timee. THANKS. (Raymond' Sustlel'..} We are "in receipt' of t the number of the Lethbridge Herald.' is a beautiful publication, with good quantity of welcome reading being widely illustrated; It If s V-'mail's duty to well. Also, it's his duty to dress well economically. Logically, if s his duty to wear -Miss duet. Potts, gave a A Christmas loaded was mbre attractive 'to the children, 'and- at the close of the programme 3Ir. as Santai aictributwl the pres- ents. Mr.JH. A. Suggitt was chair- man. _, s t Messrs. McArthur aid Stewart 'left f or s their '-home in Bottineau, X. Miss Potts went to Taber for the holidays.' L. S. Cokely mode a business trip to Medicine Hat last night. Sold and Guaranteed by McREtVIE dance Xew Evo in Hall to dahco the the old year out and the nevr year in. If You Require Printing ELECTRIC LiGHTfNGiThe Herald Is After Your Biz Ftetric I litn The Nesterii 1ST Ml Ti KUU IffiK P.O. Box 41 r Pkone 266 Etotriclran Electric AU Kinds of Electric Wiring Done by an Efficient] Staff of First-class Workmen I Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Statements Receipt Forms In J act, Printing of any kind Let us show how it's done o. D. PADDOCK. WARNING. I The chief ol po'ice has remarked ous driving by many of the delivery rigs across the strcot crossings of the city. Many proprietors have receiv- ed notice to the effect that this must bo stopped, drivers speed! to give IUVB passengers a chance to f cross the road without risking their lives in the attempt. J If this warning is not regarded the police have received orders from their chief to make arrests, so as to bring this rule more forcibly to the atten- tion of drivers. DR. C. C, CRAQQ Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 94. Office to ll a.m., to JO p.m., 7 So 8 p m ;