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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Januaiy-7V1011. THE HERALD i new Edison Phonograph The greatest of all beautiful I I YT C I f 1 1 I PI ttl AV, 'IL j ViMlAt v-JTX monious and natural It plays both Edison, and Edison AmBcrol Records. ;vi; either Mahogany comes Oak naV drawers for holding I r-'. O i'dol Records. The'price 'is i to'tli r.earest tuid heftr the Phoaocraph pUy Iiotli Edison Standard and KtlUon urilB. Get complete Irom your dealer or frwaua. Edison rhonOBrapHi, M to PtaiiilArd Kccords. 40c. Edlnon A mberol twice u Edi-ou JietorUs, Etc. to NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH CO. KB EDISON FHONOCKAPHS ANB KECOUW SOLD BY SiJQiJmg: 'Goods Co. Jv Co. Tird ST. MARY'S CHURCH St.: Mary'u Parlssh antiua'l raeetin wag heid In the church last night, and a represeatative gathering meeUug: opened at .15 wltli jL'-E. Aiiirrell- iVrJght chajr. H ed. the--Key.- C. being 'minister the Jliurcli He 'had Vatched Parish very closely and lad to see the enormous Had ma'de' in the' extension church and spreading tbe gospel .in tnils diocese. The churchwarden's report showed an expenditure for the yeav.'oC a lit a: Satlsiactory--. report's received ir'om.'. the.; Sunda; Ladies' Guild, 'the Men' Society, and the Junior Guild! Tota number scholars on the Sunda'i school register was U5, and the. erage attendance about 40. 'i'u't following ofliclalb" wers chose for the ensuing year: Vicar's warden W. Matthews; people's warden, Geo Wash brook. Vestry: ilessrs. J. Hugh C. K. Atatth'ews, H PIetchfcrj; A. A: G. 0. JacltBon, Atkinson and.G.' Flack Auditors: A. Dodd, and J. Fletch er. Lay delegate to: Synod: J. Fletch substitute, W. -Matthews. Alter conBldera'ble discussion it wa decided to place the acre: of laud b longing'-to on -Westminste {road on. the market at a price ol a the Ladies' Guild for the man. i.atl: out the proceeds to go towari the erection of a new church build- ing..; Votes of thanks were tendered to the Ladies' Guild for their great work durthg'trie year; Mr. RicbardsoTi for his services as organist, and 'the churchwardens--for the .able way .in which they had-carried out their dut- ies. UUO church.; _ '.Albert Carter, who made.his second escape from- the counties la.il at Corn: two years ago, returned to Mp'uli- uette the other day to see his wife. At. ananymqus-letter-' to the sheriff -va's follpWd; IN TuDAY'TSeORE Mrs. KJumphries, 'the First Candidate to Reach -300- 000; Again Heads the Contest--George E; Pel: lettier. leads in division B is Second among all the; passes all the :feys andjgirls fo RUSSIAN POLl Winnipeg, M. J. Fiukleslcin who conducted the de-fence ot Ke'dereinkb, has received a letter from a friend of the.. latter in Russia, who says that the police have raided c-i'cnko's home, -'seized all his papers; and" personal belongings. amLthceatth- COUPONS 4 'DISCONTINUED- 4- the coupon good for five votes will-be discon- tinued. coupons will1 be ed liis family -that member 'will jail '-unless1' the Feder- enko agitation is immediately stop- -VOTNG T JON s A isi D THE; wiici THE Daily By 6 Month! Years''-. 3'- YesVs 5 Years Weekly0-'; :1 2 Years 3 Years'. 12.00- 20.00. 9.00; 15.00 3.00 and count as votes in before expiring >J- none will be accent-. f.The cpfitest has only two more _weeKs''toT run, and time" N'o. 4 a total br divided; between six' and girle after Bouncer, ..'This j'mmense total.ia; the number" pHnted'Tn the .paper. The.to-" jtal- number of-votes held in reserve X'is entirely another matter. Everybody knows there IB a reserve and -T1 that it to >r j every, How is j large do :you Viniafhie'.'.ii the reserve vote of your v {strongest'competitor.: Now, don't 5s too valuable to use spend, any time trying to figure ".out lor'a live-vote af- 4-', tlie latter Question: "Kirrintv ei-erv -ter th'e kincl. and UP Votes Win, Be Added for Tuesday's Issue of v.; McLaughlin-Suick Touring Car. taklnja jn Coronation of King''Georflt, or IMO In Buildftg. v the latter question. Simply get every i s u bscrl p tip'n y o ur can; "the' 6i) nailed down.., fellows who. havo- 'beeu past-'inonth) and the "r v -r1 j ones laying around and the on- reflect- waj' to tbeW "aubs" is to keep everlastingly at the game. .-V been por tin gthe candidates in .a. manner So far three, and a atwouW leA one to elieve that Today's certainly tbe.proceeds ojT the club offer. .votes "re- presents an N immense volume oE -busi-' to "'pay up" 'for However, there are many of almost each of the com- Ul pe'tilors entereci. 'District No." 1- hasiwbo date. banner, of. them overl DISTRICT.; PRIZES' DISTRICT Firsts-Vacation trip "or DISTRICT Vacation trip- or DISTRICT 3 Vacation trip or DISTRICT Vacation trip or At: feast one of the grand :prlzet go to division. ,'Dittrict No.. AU >tha> the City of" st of the follbwins from.' First Street to east of CARDSTON NEWS V Produce Brokers 'i. Hay, Grain 'ascL-Produce- by'1 t car, lowest prices." :f 2060 'MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG., A HIDE Highest market' prices paicL for hides, and -junk. aleo'bur and sell second-hand furniture, ladies' and furnishings, jewel- ry and. musical instruments.- Office and 320 Crabb Opp. Herald office Phone 442 2013 Lethbridgc, Alta. .'Chief -An- cient Free and'Accepted. Masons at' Cardston .was.: iast 'night instituted assisted .by..R. W. Bro: T; McNab, Lcthbridge, D.G-.M., and. R; Hugh' ;mbre Mason 'members of North Star and Lcthhridgb Lbdgeis down to- Cardston yesterday, af- tcrnoon" and assisted in the work. The Chief Mountain Lodge: elected are Bro. S. worshipful masl'eu; Bro- Dawson, senior warden, and Bro. junior" The lodge starts membership eleven. After, the institution and other work completed, all ad- journed to "tW Cahoon -Hotel, where a sumptuous repast was served; and. a spent with toasts, speech and song." t The local Masons returned to Leth- bridge on this morning's train. AUCTION SALES W. Bro.. Bcllevue'; _ ibtiucteiL-.on. .short guaranteed. Live siock implements a specialty. J.A. T- Smith, 414 Wood St., Regular sales at J. C." Barn; Wood St., oh ;i the second and fourth Tuesday. of each month.. v Cardston, holiday sea- _ son. dii not.provide the to be desired all Satur- day and Sunday, self-registering ther- mometers showed .25 degrees below zero, but the change'came quickly and .the ,onc night.-was severe. Tim gentle chinook was less frisky here, than at Lcthbridge and' EO dam- age is reported wind, 'The Board of Trace's annual elec- tion of officers''will; be-thc business on j Wednesday evening next. portaKce. is "to be'accomplished'fn thfr; and.the boa'rd.is a tcry j vital force in this district. louof votes are. shown to the credl11 is a reil it of thirty-one- candidates, an average lthe Herald. hundreds of old .readers of the Herald far, helped a candl- over oO'U.OOp of District No. 2 runs' GOO.bdd strong, and District No. Ballot Box Notes. The most .spectacular voting stunt ot the. contest pulled off yester- day by Gebrjge' -Pellet ler't of ;Pincher Creek. FrbjA'-'SiJ.pOO; in the entire.' contest; with -'a -total of is a record gain.--7; If anybody- asks young .Mr. Felletier which prize he has his eye on, it's a safe guess that he would say: "The of i ilro." Hiiiupuries-'EUitaincd her" re- cord for big voting. Evidently, Mrs. Humphries "believes that a heavy vote: on Saturday brings in good on Monday. Lead- ing over Sunday; .or any other flay, .is "very when'.eV erybody is trying to 'pick winners. S'ALE of Ail Kinds Start th'e neV'year right by '_., replacing that inefficient equipment %ith outfit' which. mlL'.siye you the out- put .you We buy' ancl rebuild second- hand machiifery and rwilV make yo.u a allowance" for. yours'in exchange. nn l'N-ERY 1 1 II X 764 Main St. Winnipeg CAMPBELL 1304 Sixth TAve. vet MISS OLIVE" MISS AGNES Seventh AvsT South MISS LIZZIE 'SHIRLEY; 302 Sixth Ave..; At'leakt grand prizesj'go _ District'No. ail Ki'pley Transfer Driving promptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 5B5. Opposite Methodist Church. Nothing Lacking "The position of the. G.umboyles as leading in seems to -be as- sured." "Indeed, yes. He rides in a 1911 au- tomobile, -has been operated on for ap- pendicitis, his wife has the hay fever every summer, and their, .eldest daughter has trouble with the cus- toms inspectors every time she comes back-from Tribune. ladian Pacific Railway ANNUAL EXCURSION Angeles, Gal. BY SPECIAL TKA1N FROM SPOKANE, WASH., -TUBS., JAN. Tickets on sale Jan. 16 and 17, '11 Final return limit, 00 days FAKE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN: Going and returning via 55 Going via Spokane, returning via Seattle Above fares include berth and meals from Spokane on going trip. For full information regarding these and other excursion rates, apply to ncarcst-CP. Ry..-Agsat, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, Dittrict Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. The need for better outlets west for our products is "among the most vital topics at present and the B. of TV are opposing granting of further time-on charters for j railroads 'that do not materialize." r "r Death" at "Mountain View- j The six day old infant of Mr. and Sirs. of "Mountain View, died on the, 2nd. ins t. -Percy Lye canir. 'down for the necess'ary supplies. The funeral yeas to be held today." As they have suffered such s'a'd losses the sympathy of the community is generally express e'd. The infant son of Adam Gedlaman is. also reported, as well in; his battle with the same disease. Stork Mr..and Mrs. Z. Vf. Jacobs- ara rejoicing tn.'thc.ariverit, a' twelve." pound baby daughter' which" came" to them during the .early hours of tho last day of. the year. They are re- ported, as-being most heartily.- grate- ful, for the old. year's: departing gift. Real estate is beginning to .movo. D. E Wilcox recently sold his home- stead in the S.Vv. 20-2-25, south of Cardston, to Mr. J. H. Arch ibald. Pilling Bros., Ltd., are reported to to of Caldwcli, for S45 per acre. Mr. Hanscn has just left for south- ern Utah arid. California with- av ship- ment of, horses. 'He will' return1 in thc spring. Personal Mention Messrs. John Blackmore, John Glenn and Seth .'Nelson left torlay for the University at Stratiicona and port a good time riurinc; the holidays. This is Mr. Blacfcmore's second year air our Cardston boys having taken, work in thc High school here. Messrs. Wm. Thorpe and L. Smith recently, returned from the. Provincial Normal school at Calgarv anrf will take up teaching at once. Mr. Thorpe goes to Mountain View; Miss Sarah Spencc will assist Miss Verc- Oiscn- in... the Gienwoort schonl till Juno, as the school is ton hr-avy for one teacher during the winter months. Shickfcy Co. to announce -that they nave solved have sold a section near Ralcy Jas. Edward Hansen, formerly LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK Liverpool, Jan. Rogers Co. report bere today that there was only States cattle on-the Birkenhead market, and although trade was slow, prices held firm. The steers sold were hardly as good quality as last week, and made from 12% to cents per pound. in the HAY, GRAIN. 'AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business carried on under tlio firm name of B. Stuckcy Son. And by strict attention to.; .business hope''to. be favored with LUG patronage given the old firm. District No: 3 was fullof life, yester- relay.- All the candidates, a "try" at Miss-Edith Hafkerivpted almost Jlrs. Mac tenzie Miss -McDonald and District-'No.. 3 boasts five cahdidates wbo :have three' of these navinfy .Tne "Big''towff- ers" are 'making. GoodV Kathleen R: t'arrelI gained 000 today, but "all the other" candidates with-a few coupons. The" pony division; shows a "boun- cer" vote this morning, Agnes Ke.rr coming out-with 'ticket "No. 1.-. Walter would look j good-'added -he. had, and''is Inbw" fourth "in ;ihe list. 'One of the cCandidates was counting, up (not at jthe contest office, but .figuring with a friend, and the friend told .the con- j test manager) how much commission jshe wpuld get if she'didn't, win.Boun-' jeer, and the sum was not "too -bad." days are.with Bouncer is getting his daily exercise. "'He looks" mighty trim in liis new rigging and travels like an old-timer. "come :ln from-the1'; outside districts as announced in the Herald on Thurs- day. Somebody made a mistake, but whether it was tlie.linotype operator or the contest manager is. of no con- cern to anybody This was the phrase meant: mail came.in from tlie outside .territory during the day." i MISS MARY Alta; MCDONALD, Diitrict Squtbern Alb tiih population. A diBtrict. D. U KIM BALL, .Grassy- Lake, MISB KATHLEEN 2 MISS SHETLAND PONY DIVISION ''PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fpurin AYS. -ai.twa ---r WALTER' PA VVINNIE Seventh >St; A. AD A MURK AY; 1 i ari'd JAMES NISBET, .Stafford FEED 'OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY i re o r AV r ite u s f or ioiivS on -car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE Sir John Aird. builder of the A sonan rianviti jSgyp't, is dead. J. L." Say re, V6f Calgary, .was' j thrown from an automobile, which I struck by a street car, and is probably fata'liy injured. Matthew B. Pendray and R. Jl. Lightner, of Victoria, B. C., perished in a 'blizzard in the Naas River Val- ley. Walter J. 1'earse, of Kamloops. Ii. C., has been selected as the Rhodes scholar for that province. He is at- tending JIcGil! University. T. YL Robertson, in his evidence at the Fisk murder preliminary hearinc stuck to his statement that Fisk firrd the first shot at Tucker Peach. Ur. says he is ready., to pay thc penalty of his crime. Thc preliminary hearing of W. R. Travers, former general manager of j the Farmers Bank, has been postpon- I. cd a week. TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPON DAILY HERALD For any regularly nominatod candidate in the t "-r. Daily Herald's, ureat Prize Contest. (Name of District No. (Address.) This package contains votes "-'-VoidI after January 13. CUT THIS OUT- Grain Exchange Calvary- Pest Office Sex. Calgary. Drawer 107 Get Along 'TDo you think, Mr. Roosevelt, that if you accepted the call to China yon could" adapt yourself to Chinese some statesmen over there j would give me a replied tbe colonel, visibly Ledger. I London. Ont., is to have a new auto- mobile factory, nnd a United States knitting company will also commence (Operations there in thc near.future. TO THE HERALD: LetlibriUffe. Alta. I wish (o help Name of candidate. by paying sub v scription to mcaths The Hera id. c-ekly ..years, and inclose cover subscription, .beginning Votes, if new............ Votes, if oFd Name............................................ Address................................... State whether by rnaii or carrier. got thc votes fho ahovc cash.-must accbni'-.- panv thc order. A person Tlie Herald will receive votes, according to the schedule..when maliin? any payment on subscription, provided the r.bovo Torm is sent to the contest depart-, rnent with the money. ;