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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TMK Life Hai't Worth Living fRAISES WORK'OF BOARD OF TRADE Eulogistic Tribute Paid by the Minister of Ag-1 riculture At one o'clock toilav the'Lclhhriilge. When -Statement Is Made Jt May Be Generally Attributed to the Lack of Good Health 'We want to talk to people who are nervous, who suffer frequent headach- es, who don't enjoy their food, who are irritable, quickly lose their temper, who are so exhausted that they fool they must give up, and.have become eo 'despondent that life doesn't seem worth Jiving. Most of: the above, described condi- tiers are, chiefly caused by what' Is commonly called caiarrh, a 'below pur' condition of the mucous membranes. This delicate lining oi! certain of thc Agrjciiltuial Society i-tilei tamed thc body cavities becomes weakened, in- delegates to the Alberta Fairs As- flamed and congested until the whole sociat'on at luncheon-lit the Houk as announced earlier in hv (the week. Mrs. Koult and other mem- TV JiiOiu w uy uic. i jbers of the society have prepared in- Mrs. F. Downer will not receive'; teresting papers for the meeting. THEATRICAL to-morrow, but will be at home to herj triends on FrUar. afternoon. On account of the severe weather '.yesterday afternoon a number of the Mrs J. Brodle will not receive of Austin's W. A. were until the luursdav in March. attend the- sewing meeting [held ,in the..Parish hall, but those who ventured out in .'the coid spent a mucous cells to good health, tone up Come to our store and get a bottle of JI.ucu-Tone, and after giving it a rea- sonable trial, if you arc not satisfied, siciply tell-us EO, nud will hand Sates will con- about him, and recognizes friends. ducted this year by the Department of Once more he is able to resume his Agriculture. On thj- ir; lion. Augus- Boclal even- ing for February 14th, which will be ilr. arid Mrs. R. F. Reeve leave the-form '.of a' Valentine party.- A and to take up his.H: ,'atJon "cured of blindness. Sur- A'. Hticiianan added n wel- gery has substituted a. glass lens for !or gpelld four European trip. mOS-t interesting and pleasant evening abroad. bcr you can obtain Retail Kemwiies ttaii this. Resall'Mucu-Tone coraes in zrnrrally. lie srokr n' ihe im-' man eye. in other words) .when Dr. tv.-o sizes, 50 cents and Uemem-. lof'the agricultural fairs, in Winslow docs 'not 'wear-the lens. the development oF pood iarmins- nothing hut a, .white-- glare J. McNicol addressed th? Rath- through the hollow pupil of tlis Lye. j criru; urtiinF; support for Ldhhridne--The niirror hrain portrays' in-its efforts to secure the.-lnterna-'-iiothin Kirs'. J. H. Fleet wood Has been con lined to her 'home for the past ten TAYLOR" AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TONIGHT The performance of "Billee Taylor" tonight promises to be one of the fin- est local amateur-shows ever put on in this city. A special twelve piece orchestra hm been provided and with the new and up to-date scenery and electrical effects, the' performance to- night promises to be one of the. best ever seen In this city, which place at the -Majestic Theatre. takes public. The struggle of on his-new, farm are chiefly shown-. until the time when of his labors.' These pictures Bliortly 'being sent East bv C P K. to; show the Eastern ;What1 Wesvern life 'is like, that op- portunity to. see them m should not be missed. anticipated is to be'extended to the-congregation, they are asked to'keep this date free. i This evening the Sunday School TELEGHAPHIC BRIEFS S. i5... Frost, of aged 70: died on a train after running to catcli it. I'eter Volloden, Uussian, was drown- ed wiilie skatius in Sydney, M. S., har- toor. -ienkins, negro, was seii' Tomorrow afternoon .Mrs. C. B. Eow- Bui the lens is adr man be the.hostess at a large lional Drv Fanning in 1912. justed the whole tforld instantly uris TELEGHAPK1C BRIEFS R. F. Lyon, M. P. P.. for Norfolk, will' be elected Speaker of the ManUaba leg. islature. H. L. Ueinnavdt, bank accountant, nad a leg broken when a'tob tenced to two and a half years for 05gan lilt a telegrai-U pale. I matfabtc, but: he js past seventy-one oery, at Wimisor. N_e'n McLennan of'Rodney, is charg-'-J'cars of. age, and his afflictioa had yicJe Church, tiie local .option1 been coming on years. bound, raised to-clear, off-thej vote, Jh-having "aworn he'owned prop-j From the window'of-his home es before Dr. Winslov.r like made. I "It has "been like ihe lifting of a tain" that the nplishcd one of thc most re- cures-.ever-heard of. Vr'ere Dr. Winslow a young- and active man i the- cure would-.not havt. been so re- d'nys with a severe attack of brbn- of the. city will together arthe. Y. M. C. A, at'6.15. After tea International Sun- day School lesson" will be discussed by Mr. 0, D.'-' Austin., Everyone in the city especially interested in Sunday I School" is'.Invited to attend these (interesting and helpful weekly meet- "At Home" between The hour's iour and six o'clock. Miss Winter expects to leave at the "end of the week for her home, in Gal- gary the past -five lings at .the Y. M. G. A. lhe Suest.of Mrs. John- The Ladies Aid society, of .Knox church, will meet in the school room toiuorrov-.- 3.0.clock; A attendance" is requested. '.There are a "number "of'dishes acciumuittting W. P. for the the church kitchen and those who remove them before the end of tuis GCDt. William JJabcoeK, Ame'iiiisburg, ras thrown _from his riband fractured: sented with "a private communion h fs skull, is' dead, aged '.'_ I oy.tne men of his parish at Coiebc I Coal Co., at Diamond City, have articles there are requested to af-'imct Mrs.. Thoinasjhere today. ;_ .Thomas has Hcen in" Oklahoma" KCV. J. litiEser'.MacLea'n was cd out upon the Charics River today time, and spent the last, set 'and1. pairiteS" out objects 6i intcrcsc months' in Michigan. AT 3TARLAND A novel and iuterestlng: picture 'may be teen at this theatre tonight and tomorrow night with' the somewhat weird title "A. or "How Prof. Kingsby foretold the Des- truction of the World; on- May-18th, 1910. A very realistic appearance" of Halley's Comet is seen in the heavens and the story of how the professor, certain" in. his own mind that'the end Is at hand, invited his intiinate.friends to a- dance and sapper to tako'-away their fearful is .-well acjted. M'he friends, however, as much at ease as they could-have wish- jn the-early morning-when they discovered that day'" was past and that the world-a till they gave vcmt to heir 'feelings by soundly 'belabouring the old professor for his stupidity. ..Another suoject of great interest to lovers of a'-iuatic sport. :s "Tbe Henley Regatta" of Ehg- LICENSESFALL DUE TODAY Today is license Practically all city licenses ior the 1911 be- come due an" Feb. 1st, kuef Gil- lespie has his! nieii organized cpl-t lecting r Constable- Forbes has been ailed. to attend to. the collection oi dues. As soon as the weather erales he will start in to impound all canines he can hw hands oa that arc not carrying tags for 1911 Quite, a' few pool-room, tooacco stores and hotel proprietors have al- ready been to lhe police station ami 'paid', tor. the ..bits paper that sign- fy that they "ate' all clear as ur an the city 'concerned Chief pie's advice to1 all- other license hold- i.-J't.vthat-was in Beacon s o lieacon siicct, j0r'. month, or they' will_ be two considered o the kitch- en.'may-be had any morning after ten rne that even .the' reporter interview- o'clock. Mr and Mrs.'A. C. .Messer have is come; carlr and the crs is to The following .-are the airounl1; of some of the more important licence' LETHBRIDGE CHORAL 'CLUB CONCERT Dr. T. A. SlDcum, rif Psychine 'name'- and L: S. Lcvcc, oi the. same concern and also chairman, of--the To- ert Ormerod president. iBad weather vvlth the township." last fall caused a loss of in re- ceipts. Uttav.-a rumors bint that U'tiiface Nesbitt will become iMfnlst'cr oi justice, and Hon. Lharles Marcil- of i'ublic U'orks. It is understood that the Rev. Wm. Patterson, formerly of Uooke's church Toronto, has been approached regard- Zr.g becoming pastor of an old 'estab- lished Presbyterian church in Belfast, Ireland. Foot.passengers who crossed the to Cambridge. 3R1EFS Ualdwell, a -nser- ronio School Board, have entered suit." -once -a Liberal'candidate againsc the Toronto Saturday Might- j Jn East Torohto> for the Legislature, damages each. Thc paper vValter James Nelson, last surviving discounted the value of Psychine as a j son of Dr. Wilfred Nelson, Papineau'si 'Dg one Of inc f, remedy and--also, Levee i compatriot in the rebellon of IS37, day of their son, 'As Cr Messer, jr. .Mrs. D. A'V Simps'pn will he at home' on Tuesday' aherncohr Ferbuarj- 7th, between the hours''of three and'sev- en o'clock for liie benefit of the Parish Auxiliary oi St Cyprian's church. Tea will bs served and a pantry' table features of the land, a -beautiful picture, showing the Drays (first four per ramoas Canadian oarsmen triumph- team..- v antly victorious'over all competitora. j Harden .Morris, who has already 're-1 each ceived hearty recognUion of his vocal Tilf, license fee on the scbp- will IS Ior palmiat, .song. "The Vale.-, of Dreams." All tW fee wuo appreciate a good song well sung should make a point of going to Star- used his rosition as chairman to diice in company. ..V in- i afterwards mayor of Montreal, passed away at his bome'in'St. Martin, Coun- ty Laval, Que.. 1 f ses samples of Suite, Coats and Dres- To-day and To-morrow February 1st and 2nd TO BLOCKADE of railway our traveller could not get through Tuesday. But we are glad to announce that he is here now with a very full range of Miladi tailored garments for spring wear. Vie will take measures and make up special orders and guaran- tee early delivery Ike SIMPSON COMPANY CRABB STREET It has been so cold that society has been rather quiet, especially- at the tea however, there is always tbe merry ring of tea and gay cntilter at Indeed one -real- ly cannot go down town without drop: ping Into this inviting tea room te get "warm and have a sip of the cup that a necessity these days. a s Several little theatre parties are "be- ing arranged for Friday evening when season's favorite, "A Stubborn UmJeralla" will be the attraction at The .Choral Club gavo their annual concert very successfully last .-night i the Majestic theatre. The audience was not as large as it might have been, 'but was very attentive and show- ed its appreciation of every number on the program. The first chorus, "Scots .Wha Hae" went'off vrith'the'boldness and vim tfcat were necessary for its interpreta- tion, and gave a good lead'to the suc- ceeding numbers. The part songs 'which seemed to appeal most to the audience were, "By Babylon's .Wave" and "Ye Banks i land-tonight, or if prevented, to-mor- row night, when this interesting pro- gram he. phov-T.- time, mentioned that the making a point of .runn- ing daily matinees from 2 to.5.p. m. at which the. full show will'be" given and patrons can by attending these avoid the cUsh which inevitably-ex- ists at nJgiit at" this already. popular theatre. A TREAT FOR THEATRE LOVERS Manager Turnerhas been fortunate in securing for his next week's at- traction .beginning Monday, Feb. 6th at 'the Majestic Theatre that clever comedian Gco. H. Summers and hii and Braes" were well balanced and j big stock company. Everywhere this tastefully rendered. The Ballad of the Ciamperciown, company has appeared this season the> have received flattering comment from ed at this .amount onlv one license has been taken out ROBES OF OFFICE Mayer and Officials'" of Guelph Kipling's poem set to music by press and public. 5fr. Summers F. Bridge, was'the principal concerted i has secured eighteen finished artitta work of the evening and was welt his support this season, and he is Guelph, Jan. is proposed oy local Aldermen that the Major, Pol- tee Magistrate and Chief of "Police robes of office when_ on duty; It- Is also proposed that the Major wear a gold chain as his msigna of office, The idea is to have a chain mttdc' a link for each of the have presided since Guelph city, or as far back in hiitorv It is thought advisable to go Tlken trom tbis year on each nan hold- ing the office will Jikelv be required to own link "and have "it added to the chain. sung throughout, the solos being tak- en by Messrs. Meldrum ami Cooper. ..mi c. T. "The Sands 0' Dee" was producing the very best Of plays, some of which are "The Wrong 51 r. "Seven "The as played :ne .Majestic. Everyone has heard.-soj Mrs. Alexander in a very sympathetic much about tills tmriily little CInderal- 1 manner and Miss C. SItnm charmed ia that they are anxious to see "and the audience with "Softly My Dear ner and her forty girl friends.] (Saint Seans.) and responded A change has been niade in the usual ame. so tbe curtain will Friday evening at promptly. Mrs. Paddon. Donnan's guest was tne raison d'etre at another pleasant little bridge yesterday after- noon, the curtesy being extended by i Mrs. j. O. Wilson. games were enjoyed at four tables until the tea hour, when the card tables were converted into charmingly appointed tea tables. Mrs. Wilsov. ras assisted in.passing the daintiei by her daugh- ter Mrs. Seatle. Mrs. Starnes cap- tured the honors ot the afternoon and was awarded with play Htyl aillp 'was rewarded with a pretty cup and saucer. .Mrs. L. M Johnstone re- ceived the attractive consolation gift, a lace doily. to an encore by singing "The Shep- nerd's Cradle Song." ,.TheNevv. Domin. "Rip Van "The Private and others. A carload of, scenery is carried, all new and spe- cially built and painted for each. pro- duction. The mechanical and light arb the very latest Ae an add- The Jewel Song (Faust) wag to ed attraction Mr. Summers has secur- have been sang by Mrs. D'Arc, a coterie of performers was unable, through illness, to ap-t who introduce their specialties between the This -is undoubtedly the BOUNCER REACHES RAYMOND' pear. j Mrs. Nelson, who accompanied the solos and choruses with ability, also played a pianoforte solo, "The Trout" with great taste and delicacy. Mra. Melrtnim. one of the latest ac- quisitions to Letbbrldge, the musical vorld of sang "Sunshine and Kaln" (Bhimenthal) remarkably well and as an encore, "The Lost Chord." Mr. Cooper in "Neptune" did not appear to his usual advantage, and was evidently suffering from a severe cpld. The quality of the chorus voices was excellent and, with the hearty brightest and best. Stock Company in lanada today. HOME MAKING FOR WESTERN. CANADA We understand that fine pict- ures of Western Canada will be shown at the new Slarland picture house on next Monday and Tuesday. These (Special to .the Raymond, Feb., HeraldV contest pony, -and and buggy reached here this morales coming In on the regular Alice Sparks, the happy .little gJrl who won drove :home -from -the-sta- tion and by. the time sfce reached business: part of the town of persons lined up to vieu" "procession." Bouncer made in in- stantaneous hit. Mrs. Lisla B. Sparks, Alice's' moth- er last Friday lost her taining a small amount of Bouncer's pedigree at Hhe :statipri" at Lethbridge. The finder is welcome tcf' the money, but -Mrs. Sparks wbxiM be thankful for the pedigree. 'J' Thc funeral took place this after- j support and very aMe leadership of This has been a buey week for! Tilley. the'Choral Club should do many local people at the Majestic! rniich for of music in thearro and number of Lethbridge'sj Bridge. i musical people who will appear three j Unfortunately there is not enough nights in succession, will -by Friday j incentive for choirs in this town to teel as much at ease on ?ne stage as the professional artists who make put out their best efforts and keep up the standard. their initial appearance on the Maj-j estlc stage Friday. NTearly everyone jr.isai Musical Is going to. see "Billee Taylor, his! W. J.- tnends tne hrave sailors, the charity _______________ girjg and the soldiers" at the Majestic j citner this evening or tomorrow J night. .Much Interest fteinc creat-J ed over tbe Conserratory's initial pre-'i winnipsg, Feb. Other towns of Alberta have An- not WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET sentation. Mr. Harper has busy every nalauto for the past three orcaestral and chorus rehearsals 7-8, cloeed 97 5-8; July opened S4 1-2, closed S4 1-4; October closed 13 1-1. Cash cloae: YiTieat, No. 1 Northern i for the event and has been most ably 93. 2 Northern. SO, Ne. 2 i Biraisreh by Miss Archer, Miss No, 4 S2 I-4-, No. S 75 1-2. Feed 62. Kins and the secretary of tne club, 1 Barley No. 3 49 1-2. No, 4 40. rilms were taken specially for the C. noon of Edgar Hagcll, a former resi- R. last summer in the neighbor-'dent.oi Lethbridge. Thc services wcro hood of Strathmore, Alta., on the main held in St. Cyprian's church at three line of the C. P. R. Many of the o'clock, and interment was made ia scenes will be very familiar to, Augustin's cemetery. JUST RECEIVED A Fresh Lot of Navel and juicy, per doz.........25c; 40c, 50c, 60c Choice Eating box Vanderburgh Teeple PKONE S15. succeisors to craddocK A Viner SHERLOCK BLOCK. Jliss Tabar. [38, Peed 35. Flay, No. 1 N. 242, i ;