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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday -NIGHT W. STEWART Presents Special Christmas Attractions. In "MY WIFE'S FAMILY" You all know the Peopk-the Play-the Prices P D Mason Eros'. Bio f. TQM'S; CABINf CO, Dec. 31. '.MINSTRELS AMATEUK PHOTOGRAPHERS is the time .to have your BEST FILMS- EFiABGED JFOltXMAS PKESE3SFT8X-V :i British Colonial Photographic t SHERLOCK'BLDG: DISTRICT NEWS I chase' four head oi' good work oxen j McLean. I ,viany Berries wishes the Letii-j bridge-.Heriiid'- and-all correspondents' a -bright and .prosperous New Year. returned from .lied- i JLeunie Davie'was a caller on" Will- ficiae a load'! iam- A. Boycott on Saturday. A school meeting [residence of day last. The-proposed .district Dak-1 hurst is "getting busy now that J as.: _____ j Carter is chairman instead of VT I atone, who resigned. wish themj started much success. Mr. Carter is to'hustle things along andt-ois l da- remmded Us- cl an (possesses art an. opera i house, museums and exposition hail, OTY ic n ao a. uu. Will- i .J.ICIL- -..uiriiu.v niiu u lueiu ,_" >tt on Saturday. -Y'j of-merchandise; for ihe Pioneer -gen-i :H-. aeetiiig was held ai.-iheleral'store; also feed .for WW 3lr. Jas. Carter on Mon- -W Ildl W.HITLA NEWS Municipal Ownership Gan Do "Of ail I think Dus- M Aiirnrr1 TITV QUEBEC j this Convearlon are especially invited: K R _Tlrt Lieutenant Governors ;Pro- DaV16S' 1S secretary treas- J BUiy. Jliiler, Lee Miller's broth? }.3r R H, aj, buse of Commons.. j good leaflet fine coal'home on" Sat-! Members of Camel's j urday last. and "Legislative-Assemhjies of the Pro- j Miss Elizabeth'Wilkins was hristmas.' The: Christmas tree which was held :C in, writes and indirectly owns the; .hotel i in the city, it. ja'as .p-abiia' baths and cemeteries and pawnshops-.' "Pusseidorf has- -made a- beginning at homing its people. rlt own- er of suburban villas model ten-ij ement houses and is a stockholder in 11 a scheme of apartment houses in which" the are point owners.. I "The country villas" rent -tor from to a month. A three .or four j I room apartment in the' city rents i'or aoout the same' sum. ..Xiie 'rooms the latter are- twice- tks- size of those in the tenement' Am- erica, and all pf. .the.m. .have :outsidc air. ;so present. .Santa Clans v.-as seen or Kansas City. he rd vhe road m -h, t bhape, also the all the need "of further knowl-j edge and increased -rigilance. To provide for the discussion -of j these matters "with'a'view to the adop-j Tion of improved methods and the bet-1 DID .NOT GIVE HER CHRIST-MAS .MONEY Washington, Dec. her ter and more enthusiastic en force- husband had reuised to -give her raent of existing" regulations, I hereby! Christmas money which he' had bridges finished before long. Hoot for Many Berries, boys, the best (expected) town on the" Leth- K. V li'C .ten Davies and Miller- were at the coal mine oa- Friday last and uncovered the dirt from about 20 tons of coal, which they will be busy hauling for a time. ,nh w x- SOn ias rerarned A .1 .Ud J JJLU.U JJX I u 1 call a Public Convention to-meet in ised her, Hattie Lomas shot and killed sraaers from the Cypress the city of Quebec, on January IS, 19 him here-'lasMiiarhr Afrpr Feie blair also returned w-tli and 20. 1931, under the auspices of the Canadian Forestry Association.. To j lice. the.crime she surrendered'to' the tnem' a' good load of logs- for j the government Pete Blair is bus-.- erecting himsiir, which 113 Dry Year Clothes on a Wet Washday With a New Perfection OU Heater "When clothes can't "be hung IttClfif iinfl miiCi- 'in j yropo.ios to {himself a new Ing mansion. measure I'Ox'Ji) ft. i Toots -Bearcisly is bisl'diutj j house on his 'lomesicad. 1 outside, and must be dried in a room or cellar, the New Perfection Oil Heater quicklyvdoes the work of sun and air. You can hang up the wet clothes, light your Perfec- tion Oil Heater, open the damper _ c- A-tti.t.t im; top, ana the neat nscs and quickly (to lose one of MS best mares '.at- ahnnr S'.'JLfi rmii build things- is- true" of Dusseldorf. First Aim is People's Good "This industrial city is one of the t-est governed cities in the world. It Mr. and. Mrs. Lienhart gave a Beamed -dreams and dared to mas dinner Sunday to a number of icanT tiiem into execution. It is al- their entertainment aiondr evening. their friends. Miss Pauline Cottle is spending the most -4Ts beatitjfnl as AVashington, as lull the joy of living as Paris and week-with'Bob Larsons'.in the man aged -'with much more scrupu-j try.-'-- I lous honesty, more scientific' effici- more devoted pride than al- -NEWS FROM DIAMOND i -a'ny business corpora- tion. Tue city is built for the comfort Diamond City. Dec.. 24.-The -Sun- and convenience, of.'its people. It is entertainmenV given by j'ae5iSned as master arcbitftcts might the pupils of the Sunday school in the a.grid's fair to which all man Baptist church last "Friday evening FOR YOUR j Kmd _ crcation and art. education, re- proved most enjoyable to the large, crowd--present. The manner in'-whicb, i tue thing that most distin- che various numbers on the program j guishes DusseJdorf is poo- XXKTPI ronrlfM-orf by the wnsi aJPlS-and her officials tr. ueeds! pieasant surprise to everyone. After j -iate that congestion of population' the progntin rhc Christmas tree, which jhas made it necessary for the city to' was loaded with presents, was strip- own many things and do many things j ped by Santa Haus and the hearts of And these German citizens under-! the children made glad. j stand too. that the things the city] 07) The Molsons Bank have found it j not own .must .be'regulated and con-1 i necessary to enlarge their presenr. of-! trolled te prevent them harmiii" citv! One of the Cmi.T.laiJj -joys is brsyifice and tlie interior now presents a lor citizens. i building a new .in i great improvement in appearance, be-1 stead on the east 1.' ing double Tornier size. This bank .Mike Bodie made a. flying trip 1 is doing u large, increasing business., ]from Medicine Hat to here with a ton! That the Diamond Drag Co. appre-jfeop i of flour for the Pioneer store. It wasjciate the wants of the a .rush order, too. Wilfrid Burr had the Biggest Municipal Owner -.Dusseldorf does more things for its ny city I of. Ir people a.t this its street railroads and the con by interest in a system of inter- the clothes. awat a sunny ay 'n orer to avoi mildewl Dry your washing any day with hot air from a i season of the year is evidenced ___ list-ortmie splendid assortment of Christmas i it OV-TIS its harbors >s goods displayed, which is worthy of a Iand its doclis 'and slaughter- at about We all fell hurt electric light and 1 }.Ir. Ixiorrison, of the Jloisons Bank. plants: it. operates tliree separate! to Calgary to j banking and loan enterprises, a large j jWine business, several restaurants i ilr. and Barney, ot" Calgary, milk: depots; it owns and rents! are here over the Christmas villas and large apartment CALL AT Do POt OUt off tn as il is loss! Mr- ot nut pui yu vv4bUing. to Itais yeai-. j eiaves tomorrow.-goin Geo. Beits has been engaged Chris'reas- j A. R. Marchesseault to ham -lumber j from Seven Persons, as he is start- M "W a i smokeless and odorless ing a lumber yard. The bachelors hero will hold g concert in a short time.. j -John K. Neilson and his gang of i and teams returned on Friday! ;irom the Cypress with six! i wagon loads of logs for the govern-- guests of Dor-tor and Mrs. D'Arc. houses: it. is a great land owner; it It gives fust as m5cli heat as you desire. It is safe, odorless the pubiic ilse- _ _. l _'_-_ i i I lQ I'TOC- n _ _J? 1 tnd smokeless. It has tn automaUe-Jocking flame spreader, which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back, so ihe wick can be quickly cleaned. Burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, be- cause of a. sew device, in construction, and can be easily unscrewed for rewickinc. doss need i- strong and durable, well-made, buill fortcmce and yet ligbt and orntmental. It has a cool i damper top Dealers Bvtrymhere. lf_ not at yours, vriir far dtscriptste cirsuler to tut ntartst tfcney of the The Imperial OH Company, Lennie Davies was a visitor of Miss I Hilda Anderson of the Burnt Hills i Sunday. 1 .las. Carter and wife and family1 'were visitors of Mrs. William on Sunday. I I .Miss Myrtle -Marcaesseault. Mrs.' T. Bowcott and Grace -Marche-! i sseault were visitors of Mrs. J. R.! j Chinworth on Sunday. j V. G- SlarcLesseault-. left for "Taber.; A lilae visitor came to Mr. -and; j Mrs. Goldman. j -f. R. Chinworth bought a good i (work team from Ark !ar. a nice figure. A. K. expeols lo pur Does the fear of indigestion spoil the enjoyment of your meals It needn't. Just take and you won't know you have a stomach. They will sec to it that your food is properly digested. They are among the best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by expert chemists and guaranteed by the largest wholesale druggists in Canada. 50c.abox. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us 500. and we-will mail you a box. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL Co. or CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. 36 i ,w LO LflLfJL t of and see sample; clone for many of the merchants. local r H ;