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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKT1IBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday, January CORONER ORDERED .__ db.somediiig to cure iu MATHIEC'S SYRUP arf cU liver will promptly cure coughs, colds, grippe all troubles arisaug frota exposure and a run down system. Keep it in the house at all times, ready for emer- gencies. Large bottle So ceuts; all dealers. L. IMkka Ciu, Fret's. fttt. for Western Cansda Tilt Between the Bellevue Doctors Say Death Was Due to Monoxide Gas HERALD CONTEST CLOSES TWO WEEKS FROM VANCOUVER'S ASSESSMENT Vancouver, Jan. The city's as- sessment W ID 10 'reach, a to- tal or ''is compared tvitb lust year, au increase of.' .thirty per cent land totals Hcllevue, Alia-., .Jan. The morn-. night after the" explosion that 0'-" j ing sfssioc. of llie inquest. -'did nut j "faces ami hands of two oMhein wero open un'tJl JU5. The fust witness ei.-' burnt and' that matches, -.tobacco. ami aniiiUid was Dr. Malcolmson, who ivrj a boon foftnd iu'lhe _. pockets pcatcd swasuuiiially his evidence of on? of them and matches in that en -at the first inquest, "regarding thbi of Alsop swnu-d an imsvul- apucarance of the bodies of the dead{ ng witness and a good deal us time miners giving -his opinion that they was. consumed in ah .effort; 'of Mr. had itied from carbon-monoxide pas Campbell to pet a positive statement If Ydu Have Made Good Progress arid Got In Strong blithe Club Offer, You Should Redouble .Your Efforts the Remaining Days of the Contest Cannot Afford to Rest on .Your Oars While Your Opponents are Improving Every Minute with in-the report of. December, WJ. H in.-l'JOS. On buildings .valuation is reported as FOLEY BROS..LARSON COMPANY Winnipeg, Edmonton. poisoning. 1 I e described the difference between actenan and venous blood. j and though -subjected .to a searching as to the injuries upon the hands ami faces of those two men being the rf- fect of burns. The first lilt between THEATRICAL VNICE''. .AT OF.., THE MAJESTIC cnaracter of.Shylock has been many eminent actors, and cross-examination ,Mr. Mackie. he 1-counsel occurred when Mr. Mackir. maintained it! was his opinion! asked the 'company to produce Uiosf- thai these men came to their -death maiches, pipe and tobacco. Mr. Woods from tlie effect of tavbon-mouoxidt't replied thai as Mr. MackU' was pres-. gas. Drs. Ross and McKay tollo.wrd mere courtesy lie did not think Malcolnisou, coriobara.tmg his could insist, upon such an order. dericc in all material points. Mr. I This brought an indignant refutation Mackie read standards I from Mackic ot the statement that he to show thai the only real lest as to i was present, at the courtesy ot anv- dcath by monoxide was by actual an-j.tody. If his. learned friend would alysis of the blood. I consult the Coal Regulation evidence of -Alsop, -tlie night i Act ilrawn by Woods himself ho would watchman at the Kellevue mine, was find' that -Maekie was .present by au- i he iu os i important, bringing out Uu thorit'y-of 'the law and he iusisicd fact that the bodies, of Jie. some have achieved greatness; person Mr. Sanford Dodse received." a masterly exposition oiiowing the traditional lines ainv -there were "one; two Conceptions ictroduced. It speaks highly of t he manner in which master-piece -in that tie reviled assisted in washing I upon .the-production of articles called '.three miners, who's? i for. Tliis .was ordered by.tlie coron- bodics .were: brought out on Saturday pr court adjourned until 2 p.m. was r Jew had the sympattiy of ;the vvb.e3, liymtied and crush- exit irbm. the Trial a of the 3ew dominated throughout: Whether his rhenm" on the a making his usurious har- hU grief at .the loss aad his daughter, and. in the >3f -elevation and. depression, at 't.. Mr Sanford Aid; Sage "Wouldn't Even Reacr to- COUNCIL NAMES A COMMITTEE A. .1. .V.J. .T. -JjSrip on second .place. While Mr. 4 A Coulter don't seem desirous of setliii The 15000 Extra Vote Club i pace, no keeps within easy reach- offer closes-tonight at mid- 4, ing distance of the pacemakers, nighc. the city 4- may assist "ihe contest force by having their subscriptions -f- entered on report sheets. There is likely to be some- thiug. of a' riisU to .secure tlie special club vote. The pleasant weather will greatly assist the hustling'contestants -r rouuding uy many of their weather alone -4- will; not bring votes; nothing but energy will get results. v "1" T1 "T The Box on the doings of. the live candidates crowded out yesterday. _0ur a'r tributary, this .inquisitive loted space was taken up with remind- said: "Some of the candidates ers, to the candidates, that the getting over a lot of ground Act in Connection young hu'silo, Pincher Creek, moved up a voles although lie did not -change li's relative standing in his district. -When Ueorge gets an old subscriber for the Herald in or gets :a. prospective new subscril in a corner, it is simply n matter o the size ot tlie [jayment. There is n getaway. .Miss .Kathleen' Farrell, seem {to' evidence every voting 'wasVou hand 'yesterday.with'.22.000. large' a place is Ciut anyway'.'" asked -aCmim, is no "up" much-in the surroundin When Informed that.Coutts was rather a sniall place, but .there was a good against for revious yeaiv The TJU'J report show-' d au advance- of but live millions ver that of VOTING POWER' OF TIONS AND THE PRICE Of 'THE HERAL0 Daily; By Carrier By MaitNtw 6 Montht 1200 t Year 3.00 .3000 2 Years 1.00 6.00 9000 3 ..12.00 ;9.00 15000 20.00 15.00 27000 K c 1500' 4500 7500., 1J500 The Canadian ueiieral Electric "Co. rill- build a new t Aubiihi. V. power house Weekly 1 Year 2 Yeare 3 Y.ari 6 ....11.50 4.50 7.50 1600 3500 5500 .10000 2KB 5000 OF Votes Will Added for Th ursuay's Jaaue of Tne Heraii s by Miss A6- Xickersoh, and' the feminine traits -this' character, were brought: .out- The lines as ,to .the Duality of well rendered. merchant, with, the cares of. his argo- but. ever ready .to heln a' friend, made a very soc4 !Mr.Thornron Baston -'a good. lover and -made: There was a warm session for_ a'tew miuutcK at the, council meeting', last night Avhen: ox-Alder man Kinp; dembn- strated .the fact thouzh dead( muni- cipally) he yet King :is .out after an. apology from Secretary- Treasurer Robinson: for. calling him "a fool" at the last .niceCinsj; 01 the while King alderman. JTc; wrote a letter lo'thf) that tic-s'aid" apol6gy. to, 'be v Haiei Mr. Andrew -r-rUratianb. .y .that the -'audience 'was somewhat sparse, for those who a real intellectual ttie-i-coramunications were ing read last ..night, Started .this letter.. got irorrr his official position :ih; the big ;arm-chair> called oa to ha'vi; the'.iettcr'read.--'r, .the writer of-.thr; letter; Who i was L in. the council cham- up: to; that the letter in' the chair milled .Tomorrow Night.. on-Sanford Dodge's racier "of Oth :Press: :He plays With the New Agricul- tural Grounds Three with the ag-j rlcullural.grounds at Henderson Park three fathered -Sy A'ctiBg-Mayoc were.put-through- the city coun cil .last evening. -J The first, appointed Aid. Bowman, Tilley .and'Gpode a stand- ing cotrinittee to with'a com- mitiee. ot the 'four to" be appointed by the which "cora- nutlce-is Y6 matters in conneciion grounds in which the city has an .interest.- Four .mem- bcrs-of this comrnittce -.are to form.a quorum The second motion was to the. effect that; as the .city-is .equally -responsible with the "Agricultural Societyc'i a re- gacd: to :-t it Ms necessary for.aa estimate to be show ing the capital and current expenses to that no "urthcr payments on account o[ the Ygriculuiral he made rom the city treasurvruntil such es- timate shall: have -been received. The third motion declared It- to be expedient that, the secretary-treasurer, furnish at 'the next ..meeting of ..the council a statement "showing, the re- oifer of the contest closed today. There is no foolishness about.this close. Trtercnance to get tne number of extra-'votes will uot be continued or restored during the remaining days of the contest After tonight the ex-' tra votes-issued with subscriptions will be.reduced 40 per to get bade to the doiiigs of the candidates. The spectacular, vote of .-114.000, credited to B. L. Kimball was very classy. The Grassy Lakss and securing 'scads' pi votes. _ Well, tne prizes are not only, the most val- uable imaginable, but; there are so many of thehi that it's hard for a real good worker to lose." man has the Herald's contest athlete was no. doubt determined to fled in over votes' down pat. a lot of prizes.' One candidate cannot carry that-is gcod.. And that's way it should be. This-contest was mapped out for the good of the.many. Campbell his quiet, digni- McLaughlin-Buick Touring Cir. In Coronation of King George, or In eilb Building Lot. _ _ .DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT 575; second--325. DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DiSTRlCT or V. DIVISION A. At Isast grand prtiti go to't'hii'division.' District No.: All "that part cf the City of Letnbridge lying north and east, of boundary: Third Ave., from First Street to Sixth Street, south on Sixth to fourth eflst on FourLii Ave. .0' soutli OB Eleventh to city limits. -At least two of. "the prizes go to this district. Tenth St. and 2nd Ave. CAMPBELL 1304 Sixth MISS GRACE PROUSS, 59 Aroyle ERNEST TOWMSE.ND, McBetj; St.'................10.335 HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave. District No. A.II .that part-oi U'e city "of Lethbridge lying 5t of the above At least two'of tbo prizes go to this district: oht. .out-.a lasi-.night's Herald ami .having TVitb .jiidgmenc .and uuder- :fAriz.i Gazette: As Oth- y Troni Robinson. King if that was the letter wliick the secretary, held in his hand. :Hc was assured' that- hear .it. JCing demanded, that it '.JI ead the so had not him off with nearly of-.the 'i'ne way the leadership is first.In one locality then' back again to the starting point, 'proves that tbere are many strong candi- dates who want their friends" to know that they are strong. -..There are, ho'w- ever, a number ..of.1 likely contestants who thinknthe time is not ripe.for-a demonstration of. .Last Monday a gentleman, who is imich interested-in the ilaclepd can asked the" contest man h along jLt .that time votes in the ballot boxjfpr yesterday's score.for this young lady, the ana wer to this gentleman's ciueation wa was making pro gress satisfactory, to herself an ceipts and expenditures to date marie ou account oi the' Agricultural Soci- ety, also the amounts- received and the balance clue from the sale o: lots in Victoria Park, formerly'the agricultural grounds: n '.'.Monday-.evening; Campbell want- d to the goat" in the century liib just: to see how it looks io have a core of'fU'e Grace'Prouse, always in a good urnor, and with her eye on one of the ig prizes, voted ft'few thousand on Saturday, for yesterday's standing. The pony division was remarkably quiet in tne voting line ce Sparks being tlie only candidate to..part with the A number MISS OLIVE DAVfES, 406 Fifth MME. E. Sixth Ave. MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth.Ave. A. South MISS AGNES DOWSETT, S07 Seventh Ave. South ;-v: V; 'DIVISION B. ii 'At. least one of the grand prizes go to'this'division. District No. Includes :all. towns In" Souths'rja 'Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia over At least two of tiie prizes go MISS EDITH HARKER.Cardston, D, W.XCOULTER iTaber, Alta. v MARV Alta. r MISS- ELIZABETH''McDONALD, FranK, Alta. 'JOHN R. -MacDONALD.. Hosmtr, ..r GEORGE E.PELLETIER Pincher Creek D. R. WARE, Medicine. Hat. Alta. 150 -.-.District-No. in Southern -Alberta-and -EasternfBrl; or. the canriidates. were in] tish Columbia, go evidence a round the. contest last-Saturday, but if any certificates were the: candidates do not "come" un- less, they have business to "be tuhied irtr-the pinks.were taken be but: votes counts i this and added for few consecutive voting days will plac any candidate with_ the top nptchers. An error was "made, '.yesterday i compiling-JohnrR, -.MacDonald's score, j oW.'JHc should have, had in- siead of This 'young man is At-'the. commencement.oi in 3everai other towns -be- sides Hosmer, and the indications.are that he will give a good account-'of iiimselr on January U. Coulter increased his score yesterday just, enough to tighten his president of the Agricultural Society, address- ed the meeting tlie coun cil to appoint 'i.'- committee. :to .'work- wjth the society; -When the motions counted over, again for thre 'stesnth time on New; Year's Day. In the meantime-Bouncer is getting a-little uneasy. Of kncws he. will have ..a.fine home and a good master or mistress but'ail this uncertainty seems to gel[ on his nerves, for when he is.bitched like a .race horse; Out-, side of being- a registered Shetland pony, Bouncer, is very proud of his fine winter overcoat.-' His "fur1 is from four to six inches" longer. i office! distnct' FARRELL. Cputts, i D.'L. KiiVIBc.LL; GrsEsy Alta. V. -MISS EMILY Bow Island, Alta. -67 Zlo, i ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, .Alta. STAN LEY vVEl.CH, Alta. MISS LILLiE MAY'TfERNEY, Burdctt, Alta. were moved in comniittce. of the discussion. "A separate. Contest 'for- boys ;anc. girls under -15 years age. ALICE Raymond, Alta. C V... -T0'560 RUSS2LL. 3. "C. AGNES Fourteenth St. PEGGIE CRMG, 1252 .'Fbunti Ave. North WALTER" PA Grassy Lake, Alts. -.i v WINNIE- SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. :ADA'MURRAY. 1104 Courtland JENNY Wilson St. A-v. NISBET, Stafford Village Contest Office Open Until Midnight if Don't Ve the late ,oae. your Tsubscrlptions early oE the of Venice. xvVfr. Dodgo and hi's' company: Will" rills ?reat tragedy at the 31a- Theatre tomorrow nigbt. Friday night "Faust" will te the _ OF MEN AT WORK B. C., Jan. B. Kell- of trie Grand Trunk is authority for tho there are at present more than before working on the Orand" Trunk Pacific grades east o[ 7. Twenty-five inen: are working, and the labor scar- 'city of last summer is very much re- .duced. Sixty per cent, of the grade 'been finished from Kltsalas to Hazelton. 'R SALE ines, Boilers, Machinery All Kinds read. Sage ordered man. in charge., Kins; said there would he trouble ii '.Tin. The policeman went over and King on. the shoulder. a tew minutes. ..Messrs. Ecks'tormVand Mackenzie addressed the council .with, regard to some agri- cultural society matters. King asked for the privilege, of aiidrcssing--- tile He started in about that letter and .had voluminous notes. Sage again rciused to hear.himr-sav- ing "that trie..matter, was not beioro. the council, and would not. come be- fore it as the letter was addressed tn to the mayor council. King insisted and came near again. The council went into-committce of the vrhojei" Sage all but'_the council '.tire. .--'All'did so liut King and thr? reporters- the council went, retiring to the innpr sar.cturr. usually occupied bv the sen- retarv-treasurcr. Here thej- stayed xin- il thev were ready to .report to'thr Engi Start the new year right by in r ci equipment -wjtb an outfit which -will give the out- pat you want; We buy and_ rebuild second- nand machinery yriii "uiake yea .iair "alJowance _ .for: in excljange. MMJfiNERY CO.LBIITED 714 St. ouncil. They sallied forth to report .o themselves in the _ proper place, xing was missing. They "'hart tired out, hut he promises to comr back. They Threaten to sil on him again until he gets tired for keeps. Aid. -Bowman, remarking that -he was the father of the- idea of a difterent; system of handling the moneys :to be. devoted to the building up oi the new grounds, said it. fact that ah- scljitcly no 'stateinenis'.werc received by'the" finance committee of-the coun- cil last year as to the way the mon- ey was being sale of the old grounds had vlfed about SKO.OOO, payable in four lalf-ycarlv payments. So far'prac- ically. only a" quarter "oi the amount md been received by_ the city, so he. matter now resolved it-seli into one oi financing the work to be car- ried out "His ;idea was to ivpotliecate the titled deeds and agree rrients oi sale of the property with some bank. Raising the necessary this do the alternative of: placing the burden oi additional -taxation on the rate- payers. Alfl. Oliver did not- believe Jhat Aid Bowman's plan was feasible the city guaranteed the hank amount of-money borrowed. Aid. Row i Hair Destroyed .Turn in. this, after- noon, -if possible- Don't carry a pock- etful, of money around. You might lose it. Nothing to prevent two or tftree visit's to the contest office.. It will be open till.ii tonight. Ireat Havoc VVrought by Women's Carelessness Many women'destroy the beauty oi :heir hair through thoughtlessness or ignorance of certain facts. They do not shampoo their hair often enough, HUMAN REMAINS FRGM THE MAINE Havana, Jan. first huiran or too often. They USD soaps or prr- remains from the: wreck oi. llie old parations :contain ingredients t battleship Maine were brought. to '.TRIM CAREFULLY AROUNDi BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD harmful to the scalp and hair. 1 surface today by a dredge. They con- j As a rwult of such treatment (land- sisted of two ribs and some small j ruff is created, the hair loses hones apparently bones'.--of--a-hand, i color, falh out, and baldness com-j They.'were'carefully placed in n spo- mcnces, unless man thought that" could be arranged alright. BELLEVUE RELIEF ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES The following missions will be at- from .iGhurc Leihhridge, during tCe .lionth of Jan- Two splendid donations have come the Herald "for the Hellenic Reliri Fund: -Subscriptions te amount of have already tw. acknowl- edged. Today the HcraM wishes to !acknowlrrige the following Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co, A. Mamiel, Frank Hotel, Frank total to dato This males' the ?und looV uary: January January rather Ibold 8. Cotitts. l.x Taber Diamond City. January Warner. Father Meyer .January- River January 15. Ell's January -2. Burdett January 29. Taber. proper and prompt, pre- I csni receptacle to await (iie. recoyerv i cautions are taken in time. other parts. The- rtrcdgc. .also! again, microbes and certain diseases brought up bring about unhealthy scalp and hair J largo quantity of coal portion conditions. coal bunkers lying apart from th? Most people can rid themselves nt (ship, which is considered as possiblv L dandrui? and correct scalp confirmatory ot theory, oi an rv-j and hair conditions, if -they will use J plosion under the bunkers. This the right remedy. We have tliat cannot be verified without a fur- cdy, rind we will positively puarantcc' ther c-vammation of the wreck. The that it'will eradicate dandruff and on thc is going on with- prevent baldness or it will not cost. .he user ar.vthing. That-rs a pretty broad statement but we will back it and TJKriicy-. JXCAOH nnn i ic is the remedy that will grow hair and overcome scnlp and hair troubles It, will grow hair on bald heads, unless all life in the hair roots has been extinguished, the.folliclrs closed, and the scalp is fclazcri and shinv. It sets its r.amc irom the FIVE VOTES For regularly nominated candidate in the Daily Herald's Great Prize Contest. (Name of District Xo. "IThis (Address.) Void after January 10 votes CUT THIS OUT AN AGED PAIR BURNED TO DEATH f'harlcrt-tetown, P. I., Jan. BAD FIRE AT LACOM1E Victoria ho- teir the restaurant, Puffer's butcher lite the size it ought to br. is anop> aTld Kasha Curtice's impie- still, need oficore money, and it ty, and the Ted by The lots la la respond to the appeal of tttc test. cottage where, they- lived was burner We want you -to try Rexaii .M ro ycsterdav. The occur Hair -Tonic at our risk. >on surely ,g haVc causrd cannot lose anytmng by the old-ladv falling and upsetting to gain. a- kcrospne whLIp on her way to while ywi have everything _ t 'It. You should better think this over, and; hnvinp already rctire.-i then come in and see us about this ot- j jjacp'hali 'was 8ft vears oi age, an fer. You will be well repaid for your, 02. visit to our store... Two, 50 ar.d Jl.OO. Remember you can obtain Rexall in LcthbridRC only at our store. J. p. Co.. JIayor Peltier, of Kort. William, wa voted by the City Council as mark of appreciation. TO THE HERALD: Lethbridge, Alta. Name of candidate. I wish to help by paying Daily scription to j The Herald. Weekly address, months, .........years, ami inclose cover stsbgcription, beginning............................................ Votes, if new............ Votes, if old N'ame......................i........... Address whether by mail or carrier. get the votes on the above cash must accom- pany the order. A person now.taking'The Herald will receive votes, according to the making any payment on subscription, provided the above form is senl to the contest depart- ment with the money. ;