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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UtTHBRIDOt, AUfltTA. MONDAY, FAQI THRU. VAUDEVILLE Singing and Dancing Specialties Black Face Comedian Bennett Will Ward 1. Madame's Fancies 2. Literary Lion of the Hour 3. The lWood Chopper! 4 The Charmed Umbrealla Song Dora" Prices I5e and 25c CottiMow Perft ranee Stirtinfjt 730 "CAN I GET If Trouble comer from UM Kidneys, or from Kidney Poisons hi the YES! And if you been ailing a long don't lose your courage. It a little takes constitutiona .longer than othara. But Doan'a Kidney Pilli will gradually drain .the poisons out of your system the pain in your back will stop; .-the sedimenfcin the trill ceMe; will be no rheumatic pains; you will feei freer mid brighter, and when the last of the poisons have gone you will There Ja BO way of getting the kidney poinpns out of the system except through the -kidney.% and no medicine to effec- taking them out as Doan's Kid- Mr. W. Perkiaa, South MwtUnd, N.S., writes: "I feel it my duty to let you know or the great cure I have obtained by tuing Doan'c 'Kidney Pills. ?or six I could not obtain a good rest, had to get up f our _or five times to urinate, and the urine WM rery thick and red. I commenced Kidney PilU and in a very short time I was right aod fit I am rery thankful to have found- BO speedy a cure." Price CO cents per box, 3 boxes for tl 25, at all dealers or mailed dinotby The T. Milburn Co., Linuted, Toronto, Ont. In ordering specify 'Raymond Kaymond, dance given. Jan. children's in the meeting house afternoon great suc- cess, all the-Sunday school children. of the L. D. S. Sunday School being present. There enough snow so Santa Glaus could be present. Candy and fruit was first distributed. A programme was rendered, after which they danced. The married people's dance last ev- ening was well attended. 'Hiss Thompson, who has been spend ing the holidays with Silver's, teth- bridge, returned to Raymond today. ...Miss "Davies left for Penhold yester- day where she has accepted a position to teach. Mrr Wakely of Lethbridge was in Raymond yesterday. Mr. Miller and family from Ma- grath. is moving into Raymond to- day. Mr. and Mrs. Williams went to Ma- grath- today. Miss Leah Davies returned to Card- ston -today after spending holidays at home. Raymond, Jan. Rivers en- tertained about thirty ladies at an "At-jHome" yesterday from 3.30 to 5.30 p. m. Music was rendered and refreshments serked. Those present were Mesdames Cameron.Paris, Saun- ders, Buddk -Ronse, Anderson, Wil- liams, O Brien, Lamb, Owens, Allred, Card, Collett, Matson, Yenney, Ken- ny, Curtis, James-Davis, Mrs. Allen and .daughter, Miss Maraldtt Allen, Mrs. Amos and daughter, Kiss Lil- lian ;Amos, Misses McLeod, Thomp- son, "Marett, Marshall, Davies, Win- field, Pentland, McRae. Miss 'Ireta Turner and Miss Ruby Adams are spending New Years at Miss Adams' home in Stirling. J. Saunders has sold out his stock of saddlery and harness making to O. C. Wiworn, and wil, leabe for Cal- gejy next week. His family- will move up there in the spring." Mr. Nix- ora will opon up the stock in a few days. A LOCAL BUDGET. Over Saturday.) SOME SNAPS STILL LEFT. Only two sections of first-class land per -acre. Just give me a and get it all explained. Write Box 387, or caU -at my office, in tae Block. E. T.-McGregor, Real Estate Broker, Lethbridge, Alta. Sherman" of Coutts, was in the city "Saturday. While you are interested itfour.tockof OhristmaB goodi in and toys, don'tforget that our C .till affordg the best in the Chow Sam Co. SMIT OtDCKS AT AU BOMB The plastering of Knpx Church has been delayed for -want of -material. The contractor is working under dif- ficulties, being obliged to collect his material from nil over the province. However the work of plastering will soon be completed. Rev. A. -W. R: Whttempji is actiiig as collector of customs at Cardston, during E. N. Barker's absence, jor Burnett was at Cardston Ma- this week. instructing him in the The residence of Mr. Jas Rae, Med- icine Hat. was the scene of a pretty but quiet ' this week when his Second daughter. Miss Mary B., was united in marriage to Mr. Win.. E. formerly assistant principal of the-'-Medicine'' Hat schools, but now 'principal of the Provincial Moael School at Calgary. The graders' which has been working near Banff, returned to the city Friday night, bringing four large carloads of implements and tools. This outfit has been working all sum- mer'to reduce the big .grade at Field, which until recently required three engines for an ordinary train to make. This has been very much re- duced, and in future will not. require nearly so'much power, which will be a. great save of time to passengers, and-also save a deal of money for the railway company. The Misses May, of Cardston, are at present visiting in. the city, and intend to -return to -their home on Tuesday. Mrs. E. L- Jarvis and Miss Hadley entertained a number of friends at .a New party Friday evening. About 20 were present to enjoy the hospitality of these popu- lar ladies, those -attending, having a right royal time. A Celestial Mah Gee was the only person" brought up at the Police Court Saturday morning, he being the first to commence the year 1909. The charge laid against him was one of being drunk and acting in a disorderly manner. Fined" and 1 Ghas. Parker, who. for some time has been engaged in the A. R. and I. freight offices, has left to -return to his home in Augustus, Montana. His many friends gave, him a good send off, and he goes with the best wishes of the .season following him. The Customs House receipts for the month of December, 1908, were 543.13. The body of D. L. Way was taken on board Friday night's train by his brother-in-law, G. Hurd, who is con- veying it -to the former home of de- ceased for interment. Rev. C. C. McLaurin, secretary of the Northwest Baptist Missions, was on a. visit to the city -Friday, and" was .an interested- the Bap- tist Church At Home. A large number of teachers are re- turning from their homes after the holidays to resume duties at the various schools. Details have not yet come to hand regarding the serious accident, which occurred to train No. 97 on Thurs- day, when passing the steep embank- ments at Tompkins', east -of 'Medi- cine Hat. The engine is supposed to have struck a big snowbank which sent it off the track, when it rolled ;clear to the bottom of' the ravine, dragging the whole train after it. -person is reported' killed out- right, whilst eight more lie in a very critical condition. All departments in connection with the y.M.C. will resume wort next week. The "mock parliament will meet on Thursday evening, and an interesting debate js arranged for." It is "desired that every member attend. The classes in physical in- struction. will .resume their 'regular hours.'-It has .been decided to re- duce the fee for the remaining three and a half months to "All who intend joining should turn out next week! Business-men .who attend the classes speak highly of the benefit derived from the exercises. Thia has accommodation for several more. All the classes can accommo- date a" few additional members. On Jan. 28th a -first-class entertainment, in which Jim Fax will be -the star; will be given under the auspices the club- Keep your eye on the date. "Friday "afternoon and evening the of the Baptist Church and friends spent a most enjoyable time in" the of the Church. A goodly number got together early j m the lafternoon and as -the evening advancod the numbers increased. afternoon apent with games; sing ing, etc., spent in such a way pcoplo it at home. About six O'clock the young men served the lunch which the via d les; had provided. Again the party played games inter- with readings, recitations and 10 p. m. the was brought a close, Grassy Lake Grassy 'Lake, Jan. H. Shears, manager of the Ideal Coal Co., has been in Reglna the past week. ;Tjr. H. Hawkc, "Y. g., of Medicine Hat, was in town this week. Messrs. J. Perry Jr., and Bunsman Longall of Lcthbridge, will start on or about the first of February to erect on opera house and dance hall in cotmoctiott, which will be located on First St. north. This will bd a mucli-ueeded building as the rapid .growth of Grassy in the past year ,has demanded such a building. Those men are very foreseeing and have great confidence in our town. The Ideal Coal Co. is now working double shift, .and are still unable to supply the demand for coal. They are now snipping coal to a large ex- tent and in a month expect to double the amount already being shipped. The dojice given in the school house on -New, ,Years eve called a hard time dance, was a complete success, a very large crowd turned out in their rags and all had a ;good time, supper be- ing .served in the hotel at ten where all enjoyed a well arranged, lunch. Grassy Lake should feel- proud of station, as well as the C.P.H., for it is ,one of the most disgusting on the C.P.R. line. There is no night ag- >ent here and tramps and such like make a habit of spending the dark iours lounging around. There being tio ventilation whatever, the air is stifling to anyone going wait -for -a. train. It gives the people of surrounding towns an opportunity to laugh at ,our Board of -Trade. This is a thing which should be looked in- to and stopped if possible. An entertainment and supper was held here oil New Year's night .under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church committee, whose church is to bo erected here, in -the-near future. The supper was held in the King Edward Restaurant, at six o'clock p. m-, .which -was very .artistically ar- ranged by the ladies of the town. The programme was held in the schoolrhouse, starting at eight o'clock consisting of vocal and instrumental talent. The 'Rev. Munro of Taber, delivered an interesting lecture on Rome, be- ing a very powerful and interesting lecture- rwas very nicely ar- Color, Flavor, Fragrance are too ftroeg .points ol tWUIfTttf MUUTOf PlMf sMjUHWCTUfiUOHT CAROMS MteiL. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's HIGH, CLEAR OOtOR, fresh FHAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one IT IS Daily fleralil Market have ull w piMc it tfcif cdWM. H you wait tils for SI SITUATIONS VACANT WAITED-A stenographer, at once. N.' T. Macleod and Co. 12-D servant. Apply J. E, Lethbridge, Dufierin St.14-6 OF COAL MINING HKQ ULAtlONt Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Letttbridfe by THE BENTLEY CO, LTD. NEW AND OLD A new new in; its equipment, its meth.xis, its purpose, but-old in" tlie business re-': quirements. and ;4he .pre- paration of young .people to meet such requirements is the College, Stafford Block ELECTION ORDfNAWCE Province- of Albtrta. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby-given that his -Honor the Lieirtenant-Gov-- ernor has been pleased, under the authority of the Alberta-Act and the Territories "Ordinance, 1 to' direct -tlae issue of a -writ-of election, bearing the date the-twenty-ninth-day" of December, 1908, to the person after to be named, commanding him to cause election, to "be In replying -tf. ads .in this ;jeolumn kindly follow instruc- tion i stated in the -ad. The Herald Addi- ..tionaL information .regarding the .matter or the advertiser. TENDERS. received by ihe undersigned until 5 o'clock, offices. Rooms--4 and 5, A. Macdonaid; Block, for the: excavating, required: to be done lor a business --building on Redpath .Street. The lowest or Anr tender not necessarily accepted. JAMES A. .MACDONALD, 18-3 -Architect. Keho School No. a teacher holding second-class certi jficate; male preferred; services to after Jan. 12th, 1909. Ap plicants please state salary for year C. J. Keho P.O 18-3 SITUATION WANTED. wanted by steady man; good can give good, ref- erences. Jas. P. Lyon, Lethbridge P.O. 17-0 ADVERTISER can give 6 hours each, day, from 9 "till 12, 5 o'clock; any kind of work. Box 0 Lethbridge Herald. 14-6 by competent stenographer. Apply Box C, cjo Her- ald. 18-5 LAND FOR SALE FOR on Cuutts St., close at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance-easy. H. Macbeth Agency, Block. 6-0 ranged by the Taberites who carried ing to law, of a member to serve in it through very satisfactorily, the feature- of the evening being the piano selection''by Miss Lulu Beck. The'people were: Mr. and Mrs. "Wm. 3eck, Misses Lulu and Al- ice Beck, Mrs. Brush Miss Mc- Cullum, Miss Jean Primrose, Messrs. Petrie, R. Seivor, W. Coombs, J. Coombs, J." Primrose, J. Irvine, Syd- ney Beigh, W." H. Monroe. All who partook in the programme were afterwards entertained at Mr; and "Mrs. lung's residence until train time. Eczema, Salt Rheum. or Salt Rheum, as it ia often called, is one of the most agonizing of skin diseases. It matdf ests itself in little round blisters, which contain in extremely irri- tating fluid. break and subsequently or scale is formed. The intense burning, itching and smart- ing, especially at night or when the part is exposed to any strong are airnosb unbearable. The pre-eminent success which Burdock Blood Bitten has met -with in permanently curing a disease of such severity is due to its wonderful blood cleansing and purify- ing properties. No other remedy has done, or can do, much for those who are almost driven to distraction with, the terrible torture, as our thousands of Gigced testimonials can testify to. Mrs. John O'Connor, Burlington, N-S.7 years I Buffered with Salt Rheum. I tried a dozen different medi cinos, hut most of them only made it worse, I was advised to try Burdock Blood Bit- ters, I got a bottle and before I had taken dozen doses I could see a change so I continued its use and now 1 am completely cured. I cannot say too much for your wonderful medicine." For sale by all druggists, and the Legislative Assembly of the Pro- vince of Alberta, for the -electoral die- trict in which he is -.appointed SALE OF IMPOUNDED ANIMAL. Notice is-'flereby -given that I will sell by public auction- at the' City Hospital, January 4th, 1909, at the hour of 2 'P.m., one'red-and white