Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LtTHeMpOt, ALltRTA, fRlQAV, JANUARY I, JKI. PAOI mfttt. Tom Marks t-' Tf. To- Theatre Phone, 319 Residence, 320. STR1CTL.V UNION THEATRE Night Be- fore Years TOMORROW .'Saturday Ma'inee The Son and Buster Brown Irish Big, Amaf teur Competition After Perf >rmance. Admission 25c, 35c and Don't Believe Party Is Ottawa, Jan. At the Mounted Police Department that is .a, disposi- tion to doubt the accuracy of a re- Masquerade Ball MONARCH -ON- Friday Eve., Jan. 8th '09 Good music, first-class sup- per. Admission to both, dance and supper, free. WASTE OF TIME means loss of power and in- J come. The Garhutt Business Stafford Block, "makes it easy to'save develop power, and to earn money- Both evening and J. day sessions. .Particulars about our work are yours if will apply to Geo. J. Schmidt, Prin. Garbutt Busi- ness College, Stafford Block. Raymond Bayraond, Jan. R. Gillies has returned after a week's visit -at High River. Mrs. R. J. Gordon left yesterday for Stirling, where she will attend a meeting for the primary officers of the D. S. Church. She will return Friday. A surprise .party was, .given to Mr. and Mrs. John Wall on Monday eyen- Jjig, A number of friends surprised them. The. evening was ,pleasantly spent in playing games and music. Osxvald Henderson went to Pur- -ple Springs Monday.. Mr. Clancy of the Bank of Montre- al, returned today after about a month's absence- in the east. It is still very cold and disagree- able. Mow snow fell last night so that sleighing is fine. The thermom- eter registered twenty-eight below zero this noon. Everybody is IOBB- fng1 lor a Chinook. -Mr. Frank Bates has returned to Taber after spending the at his home in Raymond. Mrs. Mary Allfed and son, Cereal, who has been visiting relatives at Taber, returned home yesterday. Mr. McDonald of the Government Telephone Corporation, Lethbridge, is in Raymond today on "business. -Mr. J. R. Daniels o.f Edmonton, is 'in Raymond today. Pincher Creek Pincher Jan." James Alexander, of Granum, spent the .week end in town. Miss K.' Cyr who has been attend- ing a conyjent at Calgary for the past few. months, returned to town this -week. Mrs. Adolphus Cyr and two sons have gone to Spokane to spend the winter. r Mrs. Goo. Levasseur and son Henry left last week lor The annual meeting of the Board of Trade will be held on" Monday, Jan. llth, in the_ Council. Chamber at 8 p. m. It is important tbat all mem- bers should as this meet- ing is usually highly Important and officers for year, will be elected. The Board requires all the funds they can get and members are reminded that their subscriptions will be glad- ly Another of those enjoyable affairs which help brush away the cares and worries of, tbo world, and, tends to make life a sweet .song was t the skat- ing party last night. Although the temperature was. 40 ..degrees below zero, it- could not keep a happy crowd of happy mirth making people away. FIREMEN DO HONOR TO MB. C. HIS COCKS XThe firemen of Pincher Creek gath- ered at the King Edward Hotel last night to g've a banquet to Mr. Chas. Hiscocks, who had acted secretary for the brigade and who has occupied a high place- in the town as an up- holder of all that was clean and man-. Jy in sport. Mr., Tucker the newly appointed chief, occupied the chair. An excellent bill of fare, had been pro- vided ..by Henderson. Sev- eral-addresses were made in support of the toast of the evening, all' of whom, expressed regret at the depar- ture-of Mr. Hiscocks. Mr'. Hiscocks Desponded feelingly. The chairman ithen presented the guest with a hand- some travelling suit case "with, his name inscribed on a .beautiful silver plate. Mr. Hiscocks left this morning for Blairmore where he ha.s secured a lu- crative position. Chief Bolster of the Pincher Creek Fire Brigade, finding that he could not spare to do justice to the position, asked that his resigna- tion be accepted. Although the fire- men hesitated in doing so, they felt it was their duty to Mr. Bolster to grant bis wish. Mr. H. Tucker -was appointed in his stead Mr. W. Cox was appointed secretory- ip nil Mr, Hiscock's place, ,who has gone to Blairmore. %T tfr T> -I -x-tsucwci, -it. ouu- -patrol who were seat 'out last to -make a trip to Athabasca Landing via -Great Slave 'lake, to Chesterfield Inlet, on Hud- son's, Bay, had been. lost. It is as- sumed by the department 'that if Major Moodie, who is in command of .the Mounted -Police at Fort Churchill, had- reason to believe that Pelletier and. party had been lost he would have sent official word by a .party of surveyors who carne out overland to Winnipeg. .Commissioner "Perry's report to the department that he has not received any communications from Moodie, it is thought at the .department that: Pelletier'.s, party ar- rived at Chesterfield Inlpt too late to connect with the boat which would have brought them down to Fort "CbAirchill, and from instructions they were to follow in a contingency, pro- 'eeeded to Fullerton, .there to remain till they- could proceed to Fort Churchill. Despatches received at the Mount- ed Police Department this evening says the "despatch boat which was to Chesterfield- Inlet to meet Pelletier and .party, had not yet -re- turned to Churchill. It is supposed Pelletier- has gone instead to Fuller- ton, and that he will travel south to Churchill as soon as the -ice permits. Color, Flavor, Fragrance the strong pointi of. Daily Market II RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOB, fresh and D.ELICIOUS FLAV.OILhave made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! fcsvt to Mtltr ttto If wait 1lif ter SI SITUATIONS VACANT twenty-Eve experienced miners. Apply Eoya] Collieries Office; Koyal City, Alta. 204 servant wanted. Apply Mrs. B. A. Wright, -Dufferin St: 22-3 young girl to do light housework.- Apply Mrs. J. W. Baw- den, corner Glyn and Courtland Sts Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethhridge by TttEiBENTLEY CO. LTD. SHOULD BE MORE THANKFUL. Toronto, Jan. the "Whitney Club last night in response to a toast of "Our Sir James Whitney sometimes 'think we are not thankful for our connection with the Motherland.- The only return we malce is to pay the salary of the Governor-General to the Mother Country, and if this con- tinues we will grow narrow, and for- get our thankfulness to the Mother j Country for the protection we- re- ceive. .We have- fads and fancies brought from who knows where and foisted upon the people, but I be-. a great change wiir take place' and we will nJake a full re- turn for the blessings we receive- The British Empire "will he went on, "if we do not unanimously agree to make sacrifices, and the longer "this is delayed, the worse it is going to become. Nine out of- ten of the population of Canada favor making these "sacrifices. Here we have Germany making trading ad- vances to us, so that other- treaties in the future will be hampered." "Imitation is the'sincerest But' you don't ;want an imitation of IT' ipess Brand Look for the label -that protects, to insure getting the genuine. 27 Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE TO-flACE N-TORONTO. Toronto Jan. Smith of Riverdale Arena has arranged for a on the .night of -January 15th between Alfred Shrubb aad Per- cy Smallweed the little Welshman, who defeated Longboat at Philadel- phia six weeks ago. The race, which will be either ten or fifteen ia for a purse of Milk River Milk River, Jan. Jaelow zero.' How does this weather strike Mr. Tom EitzMaurice, of Mohall, JT.IU is. visiting .his "brother, Oscar Mr. W. A. -Satterlee, accompanied Lbv his father-in-law, Mr. E. G-. Locke, of Lisbon, 3ST.D, returned on Tues- day's train. A-number of our young folks at- tended the New Year's, dance at Warner. Music was furnished by Pitman's Orchestra of four pieces, and at midnight a-sumptuous -supper was served at the. Hotel Warner. After supper, dancing was again in- dulged in, and "Happy New Tear's" greetings were exchanged, when everybody returned to their respec- tive homes, feeling well satisfied with the' good time they had. School started. _but. on count of the cold weather only a few children are attending. Thanks to Mr. Oborn for- a load of coal which he gave for the benefit of the school. A few days-ago Fitzmauriee ,went down the river in search, of game. He soon espied 'a coyote; and he, with his automatic rifle, would have had the coyote but for the merest ac- The eight on-his "-gun'-was shifted just a trifle., Mr. Jos. McKnight left for Lethbridge, where he has taken, up in ,the butcher shop owned by Mr. Loggan, ,who has just recently gone into that Mr. McKnight is typical- business man, of sterling qualities. His. ser- vices undoubtedly will- be rendered invaluable to the new firm. Mr. Loggan formerly lived near Milk River, and is well known in this vr- cinity. We wish him success in. his new enterprise. KIDNEY JISEASE QUIETLY. Perhaps no other organs work hardetthan the kidneys to preserve the general he'ilta .of tbo body and mjst people are troubled with some kind of JDdaey C bat daant su-pect it. It may h ivc be -n in system for some, timx There may hive Jjsea swelling of the feijt and an'tl.33, of the urinary-organs, such, as brick dust in the urine, highly colored Hcrmty or cloudy urine, bU'idar freijaeat or supressod urina- tion, baruing when uritutiag, etc. not any of thsss symptoms, for, if they will e vaawUy lead to Brigak's Dis -030, Dropsy and Diabetes. On th.3 first of any th wrong Doin's Kiduoy Pills'should Tiiey go to tia of trouble, andlielp them to" fittoc cue blood properly and flash off all the imparities which caose kidaey trouble. Mis? Albortha B. Clarke, Stony. Oat.-, -writes: "'I was troubled with kidney trouble for ray had aueli terrible aad- was so rostless I could nc-i, sleep at night and tried everything -without aay benefit. Meantime a friend ihe t try Doan'i Kidaey Pills, four bjxcs aud tliey completely cured I no'.r'fuel as well ai I ever did and would advhe everyone euffaring from. Kidaey Dijea-o to try them." Price 50 box, or 3 51 25, all doaJera or T. Mtlbarn Co., Limited, -jWnoa ordating specify Doan'a." SITUATION WANTED. wanted by steady man-; can'give good ref- erences. Jas. P. Lyon, Lethbridge P.O. 17-0 TONY .EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, or' baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Beohtel, Phone No." 303- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scaTenging, done'or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 ''In replying toTads in this column kindly follow ,instruc. ia, >ad. The. Herald, cannot'give tional information the or> the. advertiser. THE LE ROI MINING .CO. WAREHOUSE BURNED AT WINNIPEG. London, Jan. of the Leroi Mxning-Co. forHfteen months, ending Sept.- 30th a debit to -writinjf off ---spent' inj- development. There- is a surplus assess- ments of S150.000 over-IiaTsilltles. Jffan., mid- night last broke out in the big -warehouse of S. J. Ames Ballan- contractors, and power suppliers, situated in the west-end-of the ,city. :The building- ,was badly gutted Tjut the papers were saved. Loss, dollars fully co- vered with insurance. The headquarters of this firm are in Montreal. George A. Young is man- ager %ere. POSITIVELY NO MORE FOR SALE after January 30th, 1909. Nechaco Valley, B.C. wheat, fruit and dairy" land. Get your order, in. now. We reserve acres for your ,tion, .give you until" 60 days after trains are running through to select. OUR UNCULTIVATED LAND, we for per per acre cash, balance 9 yearly When the Grand Trunk Pacific E.B. is completed next fall, land will be selling for per acre.' coming popular summer retort in North America.' Climate seldom below.zero. Ifo Trinds. fish' and game in. abundance-- No sand or stone; rich, soiL Timber and coal near" by. Buy now at low price, land sell to the o1her: fellow for higir price. An investment of .cash for 40 acres will'make you within two years or for 160 acres will make We are cultivating 000 acres for ourselves. You don't have, to live on- this land to own it- 25 cents for beautiful' pictures, map'and'particulars. I. .B. .Snail, Rooms I and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre. Entrance Dufferin Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. Allkinds of Parcels called for and deliver- ed. Sam Sing Lung Cor. Smith and Redpath HRTI A splendid lot vere maikeu off this.morning, among them sorou of Remington's, Gibson's, and other famous artists. The framing is particularly attractive and so are the prices. These -goods will move quickly. As a birthday present or wedding gift, a good picture is always appreciated. At will find everything for the home. To deal nere means that you will be sstisfed The Turpin Furniture Co. are Home Makers TERRITORIES ELECTION Province -of Alberta. -NOTICE is'hereby given tbat his Lieutenant-Gov- ernor -has been pleased, under the authority of the Alberta Act and the Territories" Election Ordinance, to the issue of a writ'of election, bearing -the.> date the twenty-ninth, day oi-December, person here- After- to bV named, to cause election "to--.be ing ta-iaw, of a serve in the-.Legislative. Assembly t of-the 'Pro- vince -of the electoralrdia- trict-in officer, -in- -order- to comply jwitlrthe-reguirementfl aforesaid writ of election, pres- ence of the electors of such ..electoral at the place named .below, as the place, ,in the electoral district where nomination, is to be eighth, day of the .month of January, 1909, from eleven of the clock in the forenoon until twelve of .the clock at ngon, "standard for the purpose, of nominating a per- son to represent them in the Legisla- tive Assembly of the Province of Alberta; and that in. case more" than one candidate remains in nomination in the electoral district, the poll will be and held on the nineteenth day of 4he month of January; 1909, from the hour of nine-of-the clock in the forenoon until' of '-the "clock in the-'afternoon, in each-polling divi- sion of such electoral'district a-s may be set apart by the returning officer under the of the said Ordinance. The above mentioned--writ of elec- tion ie directed to Richard Vincent Gibbons, returning.officer lor the elec- toral district of Lethbridge, nomina- tions to be made at Oliver'! Lethbridge, Alta. Of which all persona are hereby re- quired to take nctioe and govern themselves accordingly. 8gd. M." T. MACLEOD, Clerk Executive Council. Dated at the Executive Council Chamber, this 80th day of December, 1908. to handle "article of -great merit just being in- troduced; sells to business men, pro- fessional men and- homes; pleasant work and "big" pay; exclusive terri- tory to right man. Address Box 1828, Calgary, Alb. 23-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR on CuutU St., close to school, at each; 1-3 bal- ance easy. JH. Macbethv Agency, P.O Block. 8-0 HAVE- BTJYEB .from ft, to en bloc. Write particulars to Milnes and Noble, Xlaresholm. _ J? OR SALE on crop payments, sev- eral farms in the famous Claresholm district. Address Milnes and -Noble, Clareshohn. 18-6 FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. B, V.-, Gibbons, Ott Block. 21-0 RENT. or a partly furnished house; close in. Apply Box S, Herald Office. 16-0 OFFICE :NO. 3; in Macdonald-Block. Apply to Manager A. Macdonald and Co. 20-6 TO .on Pord St., west of Round; suitable, for store or dwelling, 'Apply "The H5 Macbeth Agency. 1 20-O FOR house; mod; ern; water, sewer, electric light, bath and furnished with a range; rentaj per month. Apply L. S. Ripley, Office 8, Macdonald Block. k TO rooms for two "respect- able men. Apply Ford St.- 20-0 TO house; central location; heating and bath. Apply to'710 Bompas'-St. 23-3 TO grooms to rent. Apply 215 Ford, St. 22-4 ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOR Whaley' best trombone, new 'condition. down, balance installments. Box Herald 97-0 "PRIVATE "SALE "of household effects, commencing Jan." '4th in- cluding mission'-and golden oak fur- niture, range, -woking utensils, 'etc'. May -be -seen- during 'day-or in even- ing. F. J. Dufferin south side second house east'of Bart- lett.