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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, February Page 5 i( MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. tlic Eureka Orchestra wire equilibrist -BIGG RAPE -FOX DUHKIff- E, E.- -Re fined singers and dancers in a funny sketch 'The Auto BEAUTIFUL SOLID SILVER, TOILET SET DRAWING CONTEST takes place Friday night. A chance with every 25c and 35c ticket. Get busy. the best concert company that has' ever toured Western Canada, besides1 witnessing the first real drama, pro- perly staged, with scenic and electric effects, ever produced in Owing to the heavy advance for Monday night, the management has nstructed MT. MacCready, of the Red Cross store, not to sell over six seats to any one person. A number of box parties are being formed for the open- Ing night, and those 'who have not reserved seats or boxes would do well to call at the Red Cross store as soon as possible, as there a re soiie very choice locations still left, as well a few boxes. as FRED MEADOWS WON THE TORONTO DERBY And Lowered Indoor Fifteen Mile a Great Race Re- Toronto, Feb. Fred Mead- lows won the Canadian 15-mile Derby OH Saturday, not only ran the fin- est race seen in Toronto for many a long day, but he also established a new indoor world's record for the dis- tance and made better time than any runner on this continent, has ever succeeded In doing. Of course there will be those who jdeclare that the track was short, but THEATRE BEAUTIFUL electrical effects are exceedingly promoters of the race announced Tonight will see the completion and ty. -transforming the theatre into tliat Js a few feet over veritlble dreamland, tne mile, and if so the record cannot Pincher Creek, Feb. hockey 1 match played between Lcthbridge and Pincher Creek seniors at the rink here last nifiht was afast and in ev- ery way splendid exhibition of Cana- i da's favorite pastime. Lethb ridge drew first blood after the game had got started by scoring the first goal, a fact which seemed to put the home team on their mettle, for they scored five successive goals before half time was up, making the score in fa- vor of Pincher In the second half the visitors did valiant work and succeeded .in running their score up to 7 goals, the home team also securing two more, thus making the game a tie when full time was up. It was then decided to play ten min- utes to decide the tie. In the time stated the Pincher Creek team by a couple of good combination plays scored two more goals, winn- ing the game by 9 goals to 7. Mr. R. McDonald of Macleod officiated as referee. final touches to the new Griffith the- atre and everything ness for the formal placed in readi-jshades of green, the raised work be- be disputed. opening of this magnificent playhouse on Monday, Feb. 7, with Miss Jeanne Russell and her metropolitan company in J. M. Barrie's "The Little Minister." Since the performance of "The Gay Music- Mr. Griffith has kept a corps of workmen, painters and decorators, ing tinted In gold. The foyer Is tint-: Jt musfc not thought that Jung- ed in light brown, shading into a rich'strom disappointed those who saw his cream, the raised work on .the balcony victory over Acoose last Wednesday, and boxes being gold, a very pretty effect being secured. The beautiful oii painted curtain, which Mr. Grif- fith had painted in New York, by Lee Lasch, the world's greatest scenic art- constantly at work under the personal 1st, is a real treat for the lovers of direction of Mr. Doyle, the contractor on tue house, and has without doubt given to the public the most beauti- fully appointed theatre west of Winni- peg. art. The curtain is of Louis IV per- iod and it blends beautifully with the decorations -throughout. The subdued Mr. Brandon has also held over the Balmoral Concert Co., who will ren- for his style, carriage and speed are phenomenal, and if he Is matched against Meadows again It will be any- body's race, as it was at Riverdale, providing the spectators with a long series of thrills. Meadows finished In 1 hour 21 minutes and 15 seconds. Private correspondence says that former President Castro of Venezuela The rotunda is tastefully decorated, t der a musical program of twelve num- The walls are tinted In the palest so those who attend will hear is on his way back to Central 'Amer- ica so as to be near the centre of his U M M -t- -f 4- -4- -4- -t- 4- -f -4- -4- -4- -f -f- -4- -f HISTORY RECAL1ED BY OLD TIMERS Pincher Creek, Feb. Alfred Pelletler, horse breeder, while on his travels recently met with two very interesting personages at St. Albert. The first of these was Leonard Har-} nois, who forty years ago was pros- pecting in the mountains of this vicinity. When crossing the creek at a point near where Duthie's ranch is at present located, the party lost their the name Pincher Creek. John Norris, who was pres- ent while these reminiscences were being recounted, had several exciting stories to relate of fights with the Indins in the old days." Norris Is now a cripple as a result of one of these fights. He was one of a bunch of prospectors who stood off a band of Indians at the point where Standoff is now located, and which was the means of giving Standoff its name. -f -f CANDIDATES FOR RAIL- WAY COMMISSION.! Seven Applications for Vacancy Filed With Minister of Railways. Ottawa. Feb. return asked for by Mr. Glen Campbell, and tabled in Hie Commons to-day, shove that at least seven applications, variously en- have been filed with the Min- ister o? Railways for the vacancy on the Railway Commission, caused by tne death of Mr. Greenaway. By far the most strongly backed candidate for the vacancy is Mr. Andrew Grafhani, a prominent farmer and stock raiser of Pomeroy, Man., acous-i in of the minister, who at first de- clined to apply for the office lest his appointment should embarrass his re- lative. Subsequently, however, Mr. Graham acceding to the request of his friends withdrew his refusal, and in Decem- ber, 1908. wrote to that effect to the Minister, adding: "One of my rea- sons for declining the offer so emphat- ically at first, was the fear that the proposition might be embarrassing to you. owing tn your being a near re- dilative." 4-j Mr. A. Graham's appointment is 4-1 urged by the Manitoba Grain Grow- Association; Live Stock Associa- 4- jtion: Agricultural Association: Exhi- Assoi-iations. and by many mun- 4-lk'ipnl councils in Manitoba and the Western Provinces. Other applications D. Hunt, barrister, Winnipeg; Matthew -4- jXeilson. consulting engineer of the Spring Dress Good irers in Panama Cloth All Wool, one that has no equal for good wear and general appearance, per yard................90c Serges, all wool navy and black, per yard.....C5c and 85c Poplins in all shades, per Shepherd checks, all wool, per yard................75e Bengaline in all shades, for Spring and Summer dresses, 27 inches wide. Per yard ..............t........... 50c Taffeta Silks in all the newest shades, per yard Linen Specials White Linen Table Cloths and Napkins manufactured ex- pressly for the H. B. Co., and imported direct from Ire- land. Napkins, 8 x 10. Per and Napkuis, 10 x 10. Per doz. and A brand new stock of allover embroideries and corset cov- Narrow Embroidery and Insertions .10c and 12 l-2c White Valenciennes and Trochon Laces, with Insertion to match. Per yard.....................___. .5c to lOc English Washing Ginghams and Zephyrs, per yd. 15c 25c G-alateas, per White, spotted and cross-bar Muslins, per yd. .15c and 25e White Drill and Pique, per yard................... ,20c By buying out the entire product of one of the best fac- tories our special buyer secured values that cannot be dup- licated. Inspect our stock and secure the benefits. Montreal Street Railways: Andrew i Strange, of Winnipeg: John Portago la Prairie; Duncan C. Hoss. e.v-M.P.. endorsed by the Lib- eral Association of Phoenix, B.C.. and STRATHCONA DOES NOT APPROVE THE SCHEME NEWFOUNDLAND FISHERIES IN COURT London, Feb. suggestion has jwi" been made here that thc various cities; of Great Britain should partially set-' be Settled by Arbitration Com- mittee June 1st sired. i Thc Hague. Feb. 1st has j I i been fived as the date for the first meeting of the international court of of the Russell A 'John A. Turner, of Calgary, who wrote 4 that ho was a nephew of the late Gov-klc lhc unemployed question by thc fiernor Snowball, of New Brunswick, 1 purchase of large estates in Canada 4-1 and would forward his photo if dc- Can SCnd thclr 'less. Here the men could learn farm- ing and leave to take up grants iartltra1lon Ior thc they were efficient or remain as paid differences between Great Britain and, employees on the farms. Lord Strath- the United States growing out of the; cona however does not think very Xcw Foundland fisheries case. The; highly of the idea and in an interview New Foundland fisheries controversy; saiii that while the cities might do between the British and American .much towards encouraging emigra- vernmcnts is of long standing. Pro-j ition, colonization in bulk had not longed negotiations having failed to! !proved satisfactory in the Past and result in a settlement it was agreed Canada was therefore, not in favor of last spring to submit thc dispute to I the acquirement of large areas by The Hague tribunal. The New Eng- j Knpjish cities for thc settlement of Hand fishing interests arc the authors i their unemployed workers. jot" the dispute. They protested that _____________ __ the treaty rights of American, crews that fish in Newfoundland waters lu.l Who with her Metropolitan Company opens the new Suffered Terrible Pains From His Kidneys. Perhaps no other work than the kidneys to prcMrye the gen- eral health of the body, and mort people are troubled with somt kiad of kidney complaint, but do not suspect it, There is no way of gettinf the kidney poisons out of tbc system except through the kidneys, and uo to effectivi j HAMILTON in taking them out M Elidney Pills. They help the kidneyt flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus clearing out kidaeys, bladder and urinary THE LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET Is now under new manage- ment. Fresh Meats, Fowl. Fish, Eggs and Vegetables Of the best quality always on hand. 3ur delivery service is prompt All we ask is the first order Scott Bowtell Proprietors Hill Blosk Crabb St. 4) 4} 4? 4? 4} 4) 4 43 4; 4r 4; 4; 4 4? QUADRUPUETS Falls, Ont.. Feb. Mrs. Isaac Wilson, of this town, gave bints AT HIS WIFE. 'been questioned, thcir work interfered to four children, all girls, vwith. .in nltrmnt to enforce "vmg nnd well. Three of international 4 4 4 4 4 4 IFFITH THEATRE To-Night inj. M. Barrie's clever Scotch Comedy-Drama "THE LITTLE MINISTER" Doan's Kidney Pills an entirely vege- table, and may wifely Ukaa by old and young. Mr. Dougald A. HelsMw, Banks, N.S., WM troubled with my kidneys for nine months, and luffered with, such terrible pains the small of my back all time that I could hardly get arounn. After taking two boxea of Doan's Kidney Pills I began to feel better, and by the time I had taken was cured." 50 cents ptr box, 3 for 11.25, all dealers or mailed direct by The T. Milburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Oat. In ordering specify an attempt to entorcc agai Hamilton, Fob. Neville, them local laws or regulations inrvtu- who claimed his wit> threw a lighted. sistent with thc privileges lump at him last woek. died in hos- teed them through pital yesterday. An inquest will be .agreement. and it i? likely Mrs. Neville, who boon under arrest since the assault was committed, will be charg- ed with murder or manslaughter. Sho claims that Neville, who was formerly a well-known commercial tra- veller, tried to cut her throat and; that the lamp was upset in the scuffle. weigh three pounds each and one _ i two pounds. The mother was formerly .Miss Catherine Slill, daughter of the Into Wm. Still of Orangeville. HOLBROOKS Louis E. Atkinson, who was elected; to Congress in 1882 ami served five terms, died suddenly at his home at, Mifflin, Pa. He was 68 years old.; Mr. Atkinson was a veteran ot the; tivil war and at one time was a judge j in the county courts. ;Thc Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. Made MM! Bottled in 3089 SAUCE ;