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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta "tfanuary 5, Mil. ONE NIGHT ONLY W. B. SHERMAN; Mgr. Phone CULLEN'S Sumptuous Presentation of the Pixlcy Ludcr's Cointo Opera Triumph WOULD CONDUCT A CIVIC REVIVAL SPORTS GUS C. WEINBDRG Aid over hall a 100 'OTHERS including that Spic, Span, Saucy, Bewitching Chorus ol KANGAROO GIRLS FAREWELL PACIFIC COAST TOUR PACIFIC PRICES Gallery 50c SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE Proposition Placed Before the Board An Irrigation Scheme' Endorsed-- New: Premier Askedio Banquet f Irrigation Loans of .The council of the Hoard oi Trade held their regular meeting today.. The Free Press, of Winnipeg, wrote, the explaining; that the weather report for i Lo.ihbridgc appears in thu evening edi- tion a't it does not arrive -invitation tpf send -delegates to :e Dozciiiiou Convention at Quebec this month was read and fil- Results of the District Matches at Macleod Yesterday ed. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 640. MAJESTIC THEATRE SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT OF Mr. Sanford AND EXCELLENT; SUPPORTING COMPANY-: JL JL> JL VjT XX JL v'viiv'AAv- TOMORROW SATUEDA.Y MGHT j'Eomeo iroia'Toronto in time for the inornifcr which is the issue read in Lethbridge. The Board 'decided to tike the nutter -up with the local th'cr aad set il other aiiangc- menti.can be made so as to get the report in ioth morning and evening papers. G. W. Pearson wrote the giv- ing the board ths inlorrnaiion axked tor in aupport of his Mrrigation. pro- ject at lion Springs. He SATS that SO.OOO acres can be irrigated frorr. a 'Pumping plant installed on N.-.W.'i ;o'f 30-10-20. The lift is about '.30ft i feet and the length oi pipe required 'about 500 feet to the .'distribution .ditch. 'He.has'sent petition to Hon. Prank Oliver with the farmers attached. They ask' that the government' undertake the project as a government scheme, vand the far- mers to pay for it. Twenty-five cubic feet otVktei pel second will he re- quired :Eor the project and the cost oi the pumping estimated at The board will write C. A. Ma-, and solicit his support of the project, A: Vancouver Application A. b. C'artwright, secretary of the Railway Commission, notified the board that .the sitting of the com- Montreal on Jan. 23 them was 'a- which they might- he interested, -which is the application m the Vancouver Board 'of Trade iof ah. order' directing the C.P.Rv to cease frooi making -and ating rates on such railway' from FOR SALE C room bouse; barn for 30 head of of ground; price Terras. 1 room house; room for water; light; tot S7 1-2 x 120; price ?2650. 700 acre acres broke; 200 In fall wheat; bouse; bara; and well improved; with 57 acres of coal right, mine in operation': will one-half interest go in with farm; price ?29 per acre If taken at once. Terms.' THE WEBER-HUFF INVESTMENT CO. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 Macleod, Jan: district Burl- ing matches played here yesterlay, previous to the Macleod Curling Club's Annual. Bonspiel, was some- whaF'riiarie'd' by soft ice and unless the the weather turns colder, the bou- nds spiel .will not be as successful as sx- was presented and as previously re-. j pected. ported in the Herald.-.Thc article sent I There, were W rinks from Cal- otit -by Mr.' Nourse -is having a wide garj% two 'from1-' Lethbridge, one from circulation.among papers ol, Cra'nbrook and-one from Granum ami Canada. I many, local'.-rinks The- local grain dealers sent letters games Vere close and exciting aud the endorsing 7 lie bill -.of .'lading lor grain rink was crowded with onlookers at shipments sent out-by.-ihu manufac- all times ol-th's day. There are four .turers will be no- sheets of: ice being played on being the local nien approve oi the curling riniv and the skat- it. I-ing rink. has. been changed in two .-The" Proposed New'Bridge 'sheets'of ice. ,The, prizes and cups- G. W. secretary ol the are oi the very best and are also num- city, inlormed thu crous; .j'.U-.-.. bridge over the Belly river, that'the The scores -are' as "follows Iii the' council is favorable'to'the bridgei but. Baker.-and-Skclding ".trophies competi- for-further develop- tion the following games have been meats before doinjr anything and tlsat played, Stedman-. 11 vs. Bingham. 10. A. rv.idianrin. Calganv 'LI, Wilson, Cran- tlm-lc'cal the brook, 3 16 vs. Bovle 5; ter; -AJu. Tiiley.-explained, that the Duff, 10, Caldenvood 5. The-games lie'played in this competition. are :v." Boyd, Lethbridge, vs. vs.-Matheyi's, and the eights will be started this after- BURGOMASTER. COMING city wanted..the-eagiaecr's report-and to have'the p' people in- terested, before doing, anything.- The board will ask the. government to no- tify the city..-council' arid the'board ..when, the engineer will come.- v Burns Competition That B. C. fax Harris Caldenvqod 8- Struthers The secretary..'ofT the Calgary Bc'ttrf t3, Binghair, II r Duff Wilson 6'; of Trade that they had Mac Lean H, Young '61; Boyd 10. Prim not matter of iiie ex 'rose'9 Perkins 9; -Mathews S Pal- tra provincial iu Britiss mer 9, Gallic.S. Columbia. The Board will ask them] Grand Challenge to talic it up.-seriously- Mr. j Youn- 17 U j Harris costs an Alberta firm- u Bingham 3 Stedman 13, Perkins from ,5250 to ?500 to get the privi- 9. 17, Pal I cue. 01 doing business-in that, pro vv mcr lr strutters' 10, Mathews- 8n ince, according .ta the. act that Bailie's, MacLean 'G'l Boyle 14, Wil- into force last July..-. The ..matter.-, is 5 Consolation Competition start- ,this morning.. The ice is much today tlian yesterday, "although ,could still' be improved upon. We still have left a few Choice Chrysanthemums, Smilax, Carnations, Lettuce, Radishes Parsley THE Henderson Park Greenhouses Phone 1003 Frache CANADIAN MONEY AT PAR NOW Dis- to poiats .in B. that nrovince katchewan and Manitoba, as compar-i -.-vV ed with: rates charged .by such rail-j Oppose Legislation way to same territory .the The board.decided to greater-, from Montreal, pondence" from other the At- was the same as received OPENING France .by., the "recovery of. dia- mond necfclace. Is r the theme of piece, and it is in his'.efforts'and ex- ploits In this direction that Mr. rord: Dodge, as; D'Arta'gnan dlstihg- u'isnes himself. He is gay adTentur- er; with a faith-In. his trusty, sword, an eye for a wencn and a taste for wine. The character, as delineated by Flx'ey.: and Luder's merry lJunias.-was ably and the masterpiece, the lirst and greatest success those clever shortly come to tne Majestic, having been recently .booked by 3Ianager Snerman for: one night. Of all musical shows that an- nually visit L-ethbriclge none-find more lavor than "The Burgomaster." Ttere are some- twenty gems in mis really meritorious offering.-- A com superior excellence, in- cluding: the original Burgomaster, Gus compli- ance with rule of. -'the: Ibcal learing houie association. ..The fact that do charge .'discount oh Ainerlcaii cur- rency, and that many: patrons of 'the bank "were not cognizant of -the .rule and "much explanation .was'' ne'cessarj rom "timet to "time clearing, house to drop the The charge w as made formerly 'to. carrj the expense of rmone> 1 not for profit. coast as compared with the .charges on wheat and oats (for the greater distance) from points in the prairie provinces "to Late to cease froni.making arid charging discrimin- ating passenger rates to passengers in; B. C-, and commercial tra- Tellers, as compared', with passenger rates charged by such railway in oth- er portions of Cana'da. The letter was filed. A Civic Revival -Charles Zueblyi, Boston, con-' ducts what'are known as civic reviv- als. .The Board of Trade oi Edmon- ton has been corresponding with him about .having a .series .oi meetings, but find that all.his time until April, j 1912, is "occupied. He could give them a'series of talks there then. Ho would give'a over Mr. Ulagrath to oppose it. For Banquet The last was discussion of preparations for the: of Argenteuil. Already some seventy private bills'are up for the sesBioii which is above the average number at tnis time. Of these tne most import sustained throughout. uses .in America, and "with the orig- inal Kangaroo girls.- will form one of the best musical attractions- to visit us this_season. Seats are now on sale at the theatre. "THE THREE MUSKETEERS" AT THE MAJESTIC "OTHELLO" AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT Interesting and, arousing was the play of'tue "Three heroes' are not purely swashbucklers, nor are Sir Galahads, i.nough'j.hey. enact the part of knights errant, 'ever ready to rescue fair dam- sels dragons. To save the honor of the Queen of Of Mr. Sanford Dodge and his com- pany, the. Prince-Albert '.Tisiss has tdis to say: ".Air. Dodge heads the best company that ever played Prince Al- Dert." -The Provo (Utah) Daily Post lias the. following: "Sanford Dodge, the well-known played Shakes- peare's tragedy, to the Provo public laat Tuesday, evening. Mr. uodge, as Othello, interpreted hla role in a most pleasing manner, snd the many line qualifies of tbat sroat Slvakesperean 'The were carefully portrayed." is the bill at the tonlghL Western EXCURSIONS SINGLEFARE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP' al! stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Manito ba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to Vancouver Victoria and Westminster Tickets on sate December 15, 16 and 17, 1010; January 20, 21, 22 and 23 acd February 14, 15 and lh, 1911; good to re- turn within three months from date of issue. Applj to nearest C. P. Rr. Accnt for full information. SPECIAL PRODUCTION OF "FAUJ5T." the tirae-endnrlng master- piece of Uie immortal Goethe, is the orreriug at the Grand for tho first half of the week. An audience that com- ortably filled the houeej witnessed ;ne play last evening, and though many of those present had -doubtless seen the piece performed by inore noted artists, all seemed to appreciate the efforts of the present company. The work of Sanford Dodge and .Miss Adele Nickcrson, in the leading roles, was partiuilarly praiseworthy, both acqu'ilng themselves in fins shape. While "JS'anst'-' and the drama seen'here two weeks ago, "The have much in common as to plot, there four- days for S500: He-will' also and Tiliey. agree to' spend three in West- I em the rate of 5500 a] week and will speak twice a day desired. The Edmonton Board oE Trade suggests tha-t Calgary, Leth- bririge, Hegina, Moose Jaw and Sas- katoon club together to get Mr. Zuch- Hn to visit them." -They have written to the local board to see what they thmk oi it. his subjects arc "The Mak- ing oi. Twentieth Century New Civic Spirit." "The Commission Plan of "Parks ami "The.Redemption of n. Typical American (Illustrat- "The Fellowship of the Common "'the Twentieth Ccnturv tion." The letter was filed Need of U. S. Consul The Board approved action of president Nourse in wiring the Am erlcajR consul-general at Winnipcjs re- the office here; :T--hich. has closed by the late consul, W..-R. Dobbin, since Dec. 23: Mr. Noursc wired Mr. Jones at Winnipe? that Am erican business hrre was beinc serious- ly interfered with owing to the clos- ing oi the olicc, as it is impossible nual.- banquet. meetiair for thc'-election oi o.TIcers will be held on Feb. 1, and the banquet as sonu t'as poisihlo alter that date. Premier Sifton be invited and asked to set the date. Other cabinet ministers will be invited and C.P.R. officials and others after Mr. Siiton says when he. can "come. -Those present were: President Nourse, Vice-President Rylands; Sec- retary .McNicol, Cqnybcare, llorr.e, Macb'etli, Stafford, McKeown ant will be those of the cities of Que Dec and Ministerial meas ures promise to John Wbodworth; of Albert Mines, N B., was hurt in a plaster quarry and died the next day. ONE OF WAS DEAD ANARCHISTS WANTED IN DETROl Telegraphies Toronto, Jan. -.'comparison.' o photo graphs id. the Rogues' iery led the Toronto .police to Relieve that the anarchist shot iff the Hourids- ditcti battle the 'London .police weeks ago: is -.Onofio Goetano Scianna, wanted by the: Detroit auth- orities'for-the murder of a fellow coun-, trymaa Jast April. Scianna fled from Detroit, and has-not been heard of Blnce. He "was from Palermo, Italy, which is said by police to be the native place of the dead on-. archists. C. AtkiMon, K. C, of it Joha Matthewson a'C. P. H.: f i was run over and. killed at 8t B. John Atkinion, Mffi.1 d when his ahoigun wi discharged. The Trenton Board of Trtda ected A. E. Bywatc'r as' and H. F; Cerzare who claimed to t 111 years and 9 ;'dlit'aC Bewdley; on Chriatmai Harry Oliver is in a tion at Barrle. He waa by tue accidental discharge of a. A fire in the of at Sault Ste. Marie caused. ;i-'.loMiC64 1156 frightened the prUonerpi badly. Judge Barren, of Stratford will in- vestigate the position of the G. T. strikers, not so far tW railway. Jameg Hindaon, of was found dead at the grave 'of bis son-iiklaw iiu Victoria iaTna: in. that city. J c Max J. Finkelatein, the yownj 'Hns- rt slan lawj-er who defended returned his'.fee of tendered him for fighting "the Begin, if Quebec, has put the ban on the Opera Company. alleged "Im- moral nature of a! to be produced the raaion. FOR LAST YEAR Lowest Ever Recorded Here-October the Heaviest The prrcipitntion at the ExperiMcnt 5! farin during tho iliiierent months of the year 1310 was as follows January 0.24 Fobn.ary................... 0.83 March 0.17 April 0.28 May .0.79 June -o.on August.................'. 1.07 Sept-................... 2.0t October .............V; fl.5fl ..............7...- O.'li December 0.31 January Furniture Sale '_ ritifiT1 niPiMTpniTr1 Ciin GREAT STOCK-REPUCING SALE Of Furniture, Carpet Squares, Oil Cloth and A Linoleums, Crockery, Enamelware, etc, for the month of January only, at The Wilson Furniture i NORTH LETHBRIDGE )TV arc a few specials-of the many thin'gs-'whicli found at this mammoth sale. to.get any consular invoices through. Train" Service to Great Falls The.matter ot the through train se-r vice between Great Falls and Leth- Jjridjce was considered and the corres- read. P. L. N'aismith. of the'A. R. about -Ian. 20. Th? Great Falls Board of Commerce will be notified of this. Their of the acceptance of the tion to the Lethhridse board to them was read. United States, 1 a n el A v. ornicX3y storw cures colds, heats -ho uircat nnd lunes. io Reg. Price. Sale. Carpet Square' Early Eng. Pedestal Ext, Table' 18.00 15.00 E. E. Morris Rocker 10.50 S'.50 S. 0. Morris Chair 9.50 Cabinet base Diners Diners 10.50 2.25 ;1.75 20.00 9.00 1.75 1.25 16.00 Everthing Chiffonier with 5 large drawers, OVL mirror 19.5.0 16.50 flannel shirts, towels, lace curtains, table'covers, table oil cloth, bedspreads. Floor Oilcloth, ranging from 75c to OOc per yard. 2 yards wide. All goes while U lasts 65c Also the entire stock for sale en bloc. The Wilson Furniture Co. NORTH LETHBRIDGE, fewv- ;