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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Ylfesday; Bee. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALP SAPOWSK W. SADOWSKl the Men's Clothier _ are immense, the bargains are fine You can Sadowski stock. TheMlues J jf "L_ PENMAN'S UNDERVpiAR Regular per suit, our price HJR COATS Regular our price All being put piit at one-half price Our values in Shoes! cdn't equalled. We have the finest the and we sell: them fur 60 ceW Excelda Handkerchiefs 3 for 25 cents President Suspenders, 35 cents This Genuine Value Sale has Green Signs CLOSING OUT 110 ROUND STREET Green Signs There's the rains PICTURE FRAMING Large assortment of the newest designs in Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO. BEATON Cement House. Glyn Street, -Opposite .Sherlock Blo'g. W. L'. McKENZIE CO. Third Avenue. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FIXTURES AND SHADES "Wiring for' light" and power, ignition supplies, bells, tele- phones, annunciators. Repairs promptly attended to. 'MY WIFE'S FAMILY" AT THE MAJESTIC rollicking, -riotous. was the order of the. evening-at the performance- of "My Wife's Family" by Miss Leah Stoddart and.her, cotri-j pany. -To describe.the plot.Would be useless lor it was a.general "''mix-up'' and the situations arising put'of the mix-ups-were the cause of all .the hi- Mothers! Prwerve Your Children's Hair Every mother should see that. her children's hair is dressed with Paris- ian Sage, the wonderful hair restorer and germicide. A little neglect on your part now, may mean loss of beauty when yo.ur girl grows up. WERE ft PARADE An explosion oi acetylene gas in the larinys msrri The confusion of a baby with a pia- no was the principal incident in the general topsy-turveydora. and helped to bring out roars of laughter from all parts of the house. During the performance swinging- j songs, and chomses such as "Under the Yum "Strolling in the vviicii .vu.ur gin grows up K iu. 'Prevention Better Than Cure of 3L Eari1' at Warwick, Que., Parisian Sage is a rigidly guaran-1causefi the death Of his four children, teed hair restorer and cures all scalp I Mme. Baril so that he1" fall% One of the children" a out and -creates a- rich, luxuriant growth of hair, a glory to woman and the pride of man..... i A pleasing .hair .dressing ladies' through the house. Two women and four men were suf-! Single Fire TKere on Christ- mas-Day THE LETTER BOX Manchester, Ohio, Dec." 20.-The Iare est parade that Bas, been witnes A DISGUSTED RATEPAYER j To the Editor, .Lethbridge Herald: I I _ j. w i liUtoSeQ. UQ this town since the close of November elections toot place today 'when autos and carriages containing thirtv- loF'rf .Trr-_i TT ieft it, and your dru Jackson ui JctViAiuJl r West Union. :or and plead to The See that 'the Girl with the Auburn -Hair is on ea-ch package. Sold and guar- OUlLJ etc.. were rendered. janreed by Jackson Cope a cOffiedian L." Stewart-as Dr. Note had some very good-gags and his "grips and cranks" were certainly SAGE very funny. f Miss Leah Stoddart, as "the actress'' I filled the role, and :viis Estelle Max- l well, as Sally Nagg. was at all times pleasing and amusing-. Miss Maud .'Barron as a termagant mother-in-law, Butte, Mont., EtU Henderson lour year old child, was burn- ed 'to death. She got up earh tried to light on Five women riied ent parts of the candles TU'-cc. and on Alderman. Kobert Soge will in all probability he Acting-Mayer of the city after twelve o'clock on Saturday sight, the end of the year ion. Ald- erman Bowman, the present Acting- no longer be an Kian after that hour until he is ?wOk 1.1 again. .The honor passes 10 the nuance committee, composed of Aid-' iTman Bowman, chairman; Hatch I and Alderman Hatch will not! an alcl-rnian after the hour men-! AWeiman Sage just nat- falls into the honor. The chairmen of the committees will no- ba appointed until Mayor Adams re- turns., and until that time V sage will occupy th. onty. gether with Messrs; Harry -Fisher Joe Ward and j. c Tockney' helped largely in adding to the eral fun. MASON BROS.' the company suffered in consequence. TLere are no brass band aetors Imas In each case with Mason Bros.' company, but in-'due to heart failure. a tus: of high salaried who give a and wo gve a cn-m- Plete and convincing presentation of rhis TJ._... r Dav. U UJ greatest of all American dramas on Christ- death was Six persons were killed and a dozen or njore injured in a collision of trains at Xevada, 0., on The trains collided in a bl nd- y visited snowstorm, the engineer of the s tram disregarding the block _ 5 and crashing into a con-! train. Ont., Dec. _ me weaiiniest and n- t Kiaed and several injured in a citizens in the disastrous fire at Dresden I Blair" to i morning. jt w.iped out a' jtion of the business district, entail- ling an estimated loss of The fire started at two o'clock in jtne millinery store-of c. A. Jeffrey land soon enveloped" Watson's grocery srore next doer, thc Mastaiic haii and j the store of Koblri Sons. John Ad- j Kin's billiard parlor, the drv lectiph. BELLEVUE, RELIEF are allowed The latest iE the The Herald recciveti Cli, acfcnowIfdgeracDt "oi money the relief'of the is. jOi the fact that only two weeks ago Bowman a pahHc j statement that he only had 'I from insurance, which he "earned' Uore being an alderman. He -appears ;to be in'lfle., tary-treasurer, forgets -t- the electors. Can the rnn. th. sent for tile eouaci1 held on Dec- s-JSerers emDer 19' was allowect to pass by': -L ,jj. A t i w iiiisinsoii v 2, tne of the manage- j passenger train was wrecked and four ay with the j nuil clerks and _ helpers-were killed. The mani UNCLE TOM'S CABIN Sers of Mason Bros." Un- ment in presenting the play best talent obtainable. from the methods pursued by most companies playing this popular' drama inasmuch as they dispensed with the customary street parade and confine the outside advertising 10 simply a !jband concert at noon. Managers "hereiofore have practically given thy bast pf.rt of performance on the fntT------- "CJ.B M.111RG. j 1 he wrccKeri train completely blocked SANFOHD BODSE As Mr. Dodge gave a very just and mer-1 'A caSe in a mine at Ecclcs itorious interpretation of the A'a- and Tour men five huii "rea icct down a shaft. Death was ant-ous. John Hartclshein Was instant- It killed hy hping struck fey a train at A crossing ai Lc-moyne, O. Her hus- band was carried oi! by the locomo- livp and escaped serious injury. cle Tom's Cabin interpretation of the I appear at the Majestic Dec'. 3oT have JfC and one in made a radical departure this" season, f commended. The traditions u frnm r'no -mmi-mAt, T__... OI tne legitimate drama i of jitimate drama were well maintained, the stage setting was ap- Pnate and the costuming effective The lines of the piece were well learn- i ed and spoken naturally, and the or- i ations declaimed without a too ur.r-! cessary resort to affectation in speech emphasis in gesture. Mr. Dodge is a man of fine ence and noble proportions, and in the whTST of the period in tne fire was raging, a terrific explosion took place in Aiken's store Wowmg out tfe. entire front killin- U. 'V. HICKS, ex-mayor of Dresden' ana severely injuring Kev! G. J-I Lon- Methodist whose hip was dislocated. Among others were Walter Dynes, fractured thiglr Kobert Aifcen, scalp- wounds; jAiken, wao was sin the srnre at the I nme. has a dislocated ankJe, and a nana, a leg and his. face were bruised jand several other minor injuries rs- j stores, and R. Aikens are the est losers, "out are. well insured. other donation of S10 came" this movn part toe conncil ing from members of Wesley ov'ing In tile same and They are- Epworih League. that in case ft turns over it will Two little cirls, Dorothy Alexander i SttoTr tnis consists of: an-cf Leone Kelsey collected -Pnvats-dealings with the up as follows: which they do not want to be ex- Miss McClure 25 cents, Dorothy amined pu by the rrvtepa-yers., Xhank- cents, Leone Kclscy 25 !you tor this space. Yours truly. Mrs. McLelland 25 i-ents. js to bo hopea that they, will exercise, the "-en- tbejerous promptings of the season OT-'- send in many contributions to worthy fund. i STRUCK BY TRAIN ON CHRISTMAS Dec. 3d, was killed, his I and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Llew- elyn Lawrence, were probably fatal- ly injured, and two sisters and a brother were less seriously hurt late yesterday, when their carriage was struck hy a Michigan driving home from a Christmas cele- bration nenr Vermom.viile. CROUP BRONCHITIS Cough COUGHS "ft isabSSa i-.trs .rom Astn'n.i. Tno nir Btroncly every brcaih. mak'cs ?ue ifie "ore and stops the focgn. rnstfol R-s-hfE, It is mvclu- abfo to mothers yonnfj children. Siud as postal tur inscriptive booklet. 309 AU DRUGGISTS gSpr- Try Cronols-ns sSg" oapilo Tai-oa-Tab- lota for ths in-itiT-yJ f thront. Thor are N .uij1 ifcP IN PURSUIT OF MEXICAN REBELS Hair Abundantly This is an age of new -discoveries, and STCW- hair after it has fallen out this is a reality. SALIVA, the .Great. Hair .Tonic and I MOrrT n Chielu-ahua. Hex., Dec. Govern- ment reinforcements, 2.000 in number arc on _thc march today, pursuant to the aesign of surrounding insurrection ists. About 800 men, including the i Navarro .forces, are available for the purposc. The revolutionists aro sup- i sen rec Pfsed to be still in the neighborhood 5' J> of Pcdornals, and in the mountains ;V- Arclicv near Malpaso. The news of the con-' met n expected at any time Mr. Jones' letter n Permit mo to than'.: you on Uebalf! create a new of the sufferers from the recent ex- jsrowth' ol liair- plosion hcr.i for your generous dona- j rf want to have a beautiful head I tion and for The courtesy of opening; of hair, free'from Dandruff, use SAL- 1 OUCe a day a2d watch the results- came duly to hand and ha handed over to the secretary Ol Hie relifif committee, Mr. -las. Btirk-e It is well to have concerted nctioa hence all funds are being, placed in this committee's care. Perhaps you will send any furthc'- sums to "Mr. Jas. Burke. There are two items to be acknowl-, cd, same haviajr been sent direct, j :A is guaranteed to stop fall- ing hair and restore the hair to its natural color. The greatest hair vigor Sold by the Alberta Drug Co. j Dr. de Van.'s Femafe PIHs .----...v powerful in recmlatinff th Relative portion of tie female system. Refuse all Cheap imitations. Dr. u... forynjt Co., Never Sour Plione 1027 GILMOBE THE BAKER' ;