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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta December Tl AM ATEX7RPHOTOGRAPHERS Now is.the time to hav e your BEST FILMS ENLARGED FOR XMAS PRESENTS, British Colonial Photographic SHERLOCK BLDG. BAN ON GRAND OPERA Archbishop Begin, of Quebec Prohlb- Its Faithful from Attending Performances Montreal, Dec. iurprise was felt here today when tel- ephone messages announced that Area- bishop Begin, of Quebec, had .put. a ban-on the Montreal Grand Opera com- pany, which -today went to the ancient capital to start an eight day season there. A the Archbieh-, 'opNras read ai all the Catholic church-; ee of the city this profiting the faithxul.from attending the per- formances. JUDGE GRANTS A COMMISSION Another Development in the Celebrated ,f Caae Torohtb, Dec. "M face, Telegraphies Gilbert Barony, an old-time actor 4itd at a hospital la Pituburj. ChMlffc hat a turflut HJ.OOO from Iu waterworks thli year. lire the Church of Eng- laai rectory at Atheni, Ont Kebert Scott'i residence at Port- land Oat., WAI destroyed by fire. Mrl. Robert MoCullough an old res- ident of Cobourg, ii dead, aged 74. W. J. Kellet'i feneral store at Tate burned with lots. village, Hwry With- row'n house was burned to the ground. John H. Martin, a Hamilton V. W. 216. ears. Follceman John J. Cosgfove, of Brooklyn, who fought an escaped wolf on toe stage of a theatre will receive 4 hero medal. W. Sheeny, a Montreal fitter was seriously injured in the G. T. P. yards at Bellevflle, when a heavy weight fell i Puerto Gortez, leaving-- the gunboat j other by .W. Russell, were demolished "several years, left today for .Winnipeg a a candidate often does iHornet, which-is siid. to be now heav Uy armed, at, Puerto wki'le that port is beld under h-er pms. ,_ he has been transferred'by tie Rudolf Kanik "eras up before Inspec- tor West this morning cm a charge celebrating Christmas tnn hilarirtu celebrating Christmas too at -.Stafford Village, and was taxed five and costs. The dispute over the -possession of the lease, of the Majestic Theatre past some of la a lafge town. Agnes Kerr holds tie record for indivldaal'high for "the aaost placed this popular North Warder ln position, to spare. Walter Palmer, of. Grassy Like, no one- "was watcoin' slips .'w.hich has been soing on between., -joins the first division brigade. The syout of the cupola at Marsh Cleveland, who has it, -now and! Walter voted- Btenthorne's foundry in Belleville! w- S- Sherman, of Calgary, who Votes will -be added again for Sat- Out, and J. Connell, B. J. COE- j claims to have a will be settled uraay's stanfling. -If jyou tried for way, A. Dra'yeott, H. Davidson and R. ;rfis> lead today and Moore were serevly burned. The ,Unlted States Steel Corpora- tion will distribute among owner, Sam Griffiths of is wn] ,De more succeS5ful nest time. coming up to tlie city tonight and i will have the matter settled at once, i New Subscribers In order that there may 'be no mis- its employees In, the form- of "bonus- Letabndge-gr-ts a boost'this, month understanding as to the meaning: of "thC 1'3'HflfltJl'n l-icn_ ,1 i. -_I Canadian Woodman" publish- tne term -new we will definition as applying to the tenced to three" years p'enlten- j Southern sclleduie- A new subscriber is Votes Will Be Added Again for Saturday's Issue of The Herald. "r" McLauQhlin-Buick Touring .Car. tour, taklnaJn Coronation of "King George, or 5n Building'Lot. .f r bistRicT PRIZES; DISTRICT "trip OP 18TRICT tripror DISTRICT trip, or BISTRICT trip or .DIVISION A. At least one of the grand prizes go to tnls division. Olatrkt No. that part, cf the City of Lethbridge lying north anfl the fellowing boundary: Third First Street to Sixth .Street, Sixth to "Fourth Aye., east on Fourth. Ave.. co Eleventh St, south td'clty limits.' At "least two of the prizes go to this district. oarn on fire. The biggest Christmas taken-to England by the dustries located the natur-j scribing in the name of another meia- She took over BAILIFF'S AUCTION SALE In the matter of Distress for Rent, will sell by Public Auction at 3 p.m. tomorrow FRIDAY, THE 30th BAY OF DECEMBER on Section 33, Tp. 8 Range 20, Fourth, (old Hemlryek Farm, about, eight miles direct of the City of Lethbridge) complete farming outfit and stock, comprising: 1 Sorrel Mare 1 Brown Mare... 1 Bay Mare 1 Bay Gelding 1 Black Gelding 1 Roan Mare 1 Filly I Black Mare I Cow II pigs 70. Cticltens 1 Frost Wood Mower 1 Deering Mower 1 Deerfnr 1 Manitoba Great TVest Sulky Plow Kay Stacker 2 Svreeps 1 Bat Drag Harrows 24 Feet 1 Disc Harrow 1 t. J. SIMONS 1 Scraper 1 Ditcher 1 Deericg Binder, 8 Ft. 1 McCormiclc Binder, 8 Ft 1 Weber Wagon 1 Studebaker Wagon 2 Hay Backa 1 Holirter Drill. 1 Buggy 2 Engine Langs 1 .Set. Single HarneM 1 Set Light Harness 2 Seta Work Household Furniture Several -Bay and Straw. are ail 'heaTy fantt liorsee and in rood coadt- tfon. good cord T jifimpress of Britain, a million letters. Charged with insanity, John R. Wil- ttary lor arson. He set his father's >ith a view of the town .showing a Person whose name was not on the Round street. Bt-sides mentioning subscription books of the Herald fac- some of tftp unnsua! features of the the contest was announced. DIs- tpwn, the ariiclp mentions the in-1 continuing the :Herald and re-sub- rescrurccs OL ihc surrounding of the family or another person [rooming or boarding at the house of A local concern doing a large busi- i the old subscriber does not make a of Kemptvills, is In jail at Brock-'ness in furs and reports that 'new one oat of an "old one." Tille. He made a violent attack on his very few fnrs arc coroing in at the j father. I present time, the trappers "apparently _, _ 'holdinc thrm back for higher prices. Mary Rafon, found suffenng frors The priws -are to dementia and exposure on the shores seventv cent. lower than at the ef Thunder Bay, -died in a Port Arth-. correspond ing lime last year, and as nr hospital. jtbc-re arc1 large stocks of furs on hand Samiray, a farmer living'in different parts of the country, it is -vrt RELIEF wai nearly killed ting his throat. He will likeiy recov- doubtful if a higher price will ba reached this season. This will be dcfmir-plr determined at the closing of a locomotive. tlle London January about the Robert Flalay, a Canadian North-j twentieth ot thai month. Ontario brakeman ,was crushed i between the at Parry Sound and1 -he believed his wife was of his George Hoir, i, Kingston sailor fell in a anbwbank while drunk. A dog jbarfced, a constable investigated and a man't life was eaved. A mad bull at Hlckson charged home, and tJjsa -jammed Solomon Hufisberrr through a fence, break- taj of his ribo. The "bull JSKte Pttrit a yoang Scotch Conies- of Amhergt, N. S. poured coal oil on tfce Kitchen itove. There was an jloplbslon and the unfortunate girl 'was so severely burned that she died. IDHxmfetttL Bartlett has retired t teacher It public schools at aftn ts ferviie and with an kddrtaj, a a The Bellevne KeHef Fund to frow, but not as fast as It should. Twterday and today The Herald re- B. Ervine, Jimmy and Harvey Kingston .50 A Friend.......................60 Total to unfaithful, Ben ?JetcaIf of-Winnipeg! Nearly 300 men now at work a teamster, attempted suicide by the extension of the Northern railway from Kelso te .Porcupine. odity of the ftomick, Tljey foppV kincU foodL ve and cure indigesbo A. t.'HUMPHRIES, cor. Tenth St. and Second AL. CAMPBELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 WicBeth HAROLD KERR. 444 Torrancc CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster District No; .-that part', or w.e city c-f JLethbridge lying vwt of the'aboTe boundary. At least two of the prizes go to this district MISS OLIVE DAVIES, Fifth Ave. MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South ..............113480 MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth Ave. A. South MISS AGNES DOWSETT, 807 Seventh Ave. South DIVISION B. At least one of the grand prizes go to this division. -f Birtrfct No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Brlv tisa Columbia .population. At least two of the prizes-go -to this district. MISS EDITH HARKER, Cardston, Alta. ..-..-.V...T..-A-... D. W. COULTER Taber, JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosier, B. MISS MARY MACKENZIE, Macleod, MISS ELIZABETH McDONAL D, FranK. D. R. WARE, Medicine Mat, GEORGE E. PELLETIER Pincher Creek-----J........ A. J. HUDSON, Magrath, Alta...............-...............70 District No, all towns in Houtiern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes go to distHct MISS KATHLEEN R. FARRELL, Coutts, Alta. ......u.. D. L. KIMBALL, Grassy Lake, MJSS EMILY MILLER, Bow Island, MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta. STANLEY W. WELCH. Barons, Alta................. MJSS LILLIE MAY T1ERNEY, Burdett, Alta.........___4.780 J. SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys" ana girls under 15 years of age. T AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth ALICE SPARKS, Raymond, PEGGIE CRAIG, 1262 FourtTi Ave. KUStZLL DJDLtY, Fsrnie, B. WALTER PA-MER, Grassy Lake, WINNIE SELLENS, 908.Seventh st. ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland _ JENNY MeNULTY, 418 Wilson JAMES NISBET, Stafford Villaoe NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. j GEORGE 6UP1NA, 334 Westminster Rd...............2.240 MACKENZIE A MANN GET CONTROL St. Ont., Dec. is rumored that D. D. Mann, oS the C. R., has elected vice-presi- dent of the International railway, op- erating on both sides of the river. The rumor declares that MacKenzie ft Mann interests are seeking to coa- troi the Intarnationai. VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIP- TIONS AND THE PRICE OF THE HERALD Daily Sy Carrier By Mai! Nsw Old 6 Months .5 2.00 S1.50 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years WILL GET UNION. BANK SHARESJ5 years Toronto, Dec. 29. The shareliold- era of the United Empire Bank, whose 4.00 8.00 12.00 20.00'15.00 3.00 6.00 9.00 15000 27000 1200 600 .3000 1500 9000 4500 7500 1350Q Weekly by tae Union Bank a, aw been annotnrc'eij, will be: Union Bank shares in; return lor United Empire stock at the 'ef approximately two for three. ------S1.50 1500 750 2 Years 3.00 3500 1750 3 Years .........4.50 55CO 2500 6 Years 7.50 10000 5000 ;