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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I y two dtftutvnt locals throughout District 18, U.M.W. of A., for district officers to be elected on the ldth Inst. For President-F. If. Shenuns, For-nlo and D. Itabson, Miohol. Vico-l'ixjeldent: -J. 11. Galvin, of Fornlc; Jcsoph Chapmen, ot Frank, Alberta: Hopkins Evans, ot Lund-brock, Alia., John Oarton. of Michel-;' James Lancaster of Fernle, and Edward. Sparrow, of Frar.k. For Sec.-Trcas.-J. A. McDonald, rf Blalrinorc, Alt*., and Charles Urooka of Coicman, Alberta. For International Hoard Member.- t\>ter Patterson, ot Fernle: Charles Q�rner cf Michel, and Robert McKay of Lundbreck, Alta. Frr Auditors- W. H. Evam of For. nk>; Charles Hutton. of Coleman; Frank .Martin of Michel; W. H. Muorc of Fornlc; J. A. McLcnahan, ot Coleman, David Stcno of Frank, and C. Stubbs ot Dellovue. For District Board Members for District 18 the locals wore divided into four subdivisions, and the following  laminations wcra made by each sub-district: Sub-District No. 1-Thorns* Biggs, Ferule; John Sullivan, Michel. Sub-District No. 2.-Chart ss Furrows, IllUcrCftl; William Graham, Coleman, A. McLcod, LI lis ind Geo. Wilson, Lundbreck. Sub-District No. 8.-U. I.. Miller, Tabor and D. McNab, Ijethbridgo. Sub-District No. 4. -Herbert Morgan, Uankhi-ad; and A. J. Thomas, Canmorc, Alta. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ^Successors (o George Rogers- i V I >ri You nro invited to a Special Service under tho iitiRpiccs of tbe YOUNG MEN'S CLUll C4ood Singing by A Choir of Male Voices Special Address, "THE ALL-ROUND MAN" AT WESLEY CHI'ltCH, SUNDAY EVENING, JAN. 18th. BRIXG YOUR FRIENDS. EVERYBODY WELCOME. notice. ISEND YOUR MONEY 430'nnd in *Uj'f*eB*,on unt" brought I down by tho snow. Anolhrr, theory C. W. GRAY Central Hardware Why not take advantage of tbe big reduction in Souvenir Stows-one of tbe beat atovoa on tbe market. I guarantee tbeui. Stoves have advanced, yet you may buy thoae at 10 per cent, off old price. Reason for this reduction, overstocked. Don't miss this opportunity. at G. L. VROOMAN at Made ia Lethbridge" by Skillet Workmen. Concord Harness Straps Stock Saddles SASKATCHEWAN The figures for some of the Sub - kauhewan cities and tonn art' us follows: Heglna ............................... 6.160 Prince Albert ............... ....... 8.005 Saskatoon .................. ....... 3.011 Dattleford .................. ....... 038 877 Lumsden .................... ........ 462 Maple Creek ............... ....... 685 North Uuttlefonl ....... ........ 825 Rosthern ..................... ....... 018 Weyburn .................. ~. ., . 066 Yorkton ...................... ..... 1,868 is that it is dust of plant*, while a third is to lh� vtket that, soma peculiar manifestation in tha chemistry of naturo has caused tha liscolqfn-tlon ol the snw. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Lethbridge (Successors to Horner & Hutchinson) FLEETWOOD AGAIN Acta a� Chairman - off School Board. the L H. FOWLER 6V CO. General Blacksmithlng and Horseshoeing. Naw buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag' ons, windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain plcklers, blacksmith coal. LETHPMOOt, AL�CFccd-Fireman Unaware. Toronto. Dec. 21.-With tho engin-er dead at his post, and the fireman unaware ot what had befallen his mats, the C.l'R. Hamilton express tore through Parkdato station, to the amassment of the station agent and many ratting passoogers. Not tm--til the train had reached Miroico did tiw fireman rcallro that anything was wrong. He knew the train should havo stopped at Parkdale, and John Paul, the engineer, had not tokl him that he lhad Instructions not to stop. No. 220 engine Is a big mogul and the engineer sits in tbe front while the fireman works at the hack. After Parkdale' was loft behind tho train increased its speed at an alarming rato. James Bertram!, the fireman, then decided to ask the cnglnoerwhot was wrong, lie made his way up into the box in which the engineer sat and found a dead man's h.�nd clasping the throttle. He was probably struck and instantly killed by some semaphore at the end of tho union station sheds wnilst looking out to see if the distance semaphore was affair!** him. The run to Hamilton was new to him. Ho belonged to Toronto Junction, was 47 years of age and leaves a widow and four children. Ho had been railroading for fifteen years.' The inaugural meeting of theUoard of Education was held ca Friday last. All the members went present. J. II. Fleetwuod was reflected as chairman and C. B. Bowman, sec -rotary treasurer. The following committees wore appointed for thu year, the flrrt named on each being chairman'- Finance-11. Macbeth-. Dr. Oa.1-brulth and J. H. Float wood. School Management-Dr. Galbraith and the wholo board. Sites and rtuildings-M. Treoman, II. Macbeth and J. II. Fleetwood. Supplies-O. H. Johnston, Dr. Oal-bratth and J. II. Fleetwood. Messrs. Fleetwood and Johnston worn elected delegates to the Convention of school boards 1st Gdmon  ton. Boptt the Poultry Fair to be MM �ext February. Notice Is hereby given that nP  plication will be made to tho Lcgis -latlve Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the next session thereof for an Act incorporating tho L�th -bridge Radial Tramway Company with power to construct a tramway system within the City of Lcthbrfdgc and to points to within eighty miles thereof and to operate the same by electricity or any power other than steam and for such powers as may necessarily or conveniently lie exercised in connection therewith. r I Back to the Soil- Dated the 20th A.D.. 1006. day of December; CONYBE.VHE *. JONGS. Solicitors for Applicants. ONE DIRECT ROUTE IS BY BUYING Knight's of Raymond Sugar Because it is extracted right here in the West from Sugar Beet grown in the West and the Beet is eon-ceded to be the healthiest form in which to Cut th;s out and take it to any drug store and get a free sample of Cham* erlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Those tablets are far superior to pills, being easier to take and moro pleasant in effect. They correct disorders of tao stomach, liver and hewvls. MARK TWAIN ON ETIQUETTE. Murk Twain, at a dinner in New VorU, talked on oticjuebte. "I once read u book of etiquette.". h3 said, "and I still remember many of the rulou. Tbe most sraportant rules were these: "How to accept a proffered cigar: Slip tbe right band into the box, draw forth two, place ons absently In the upper pocket of the vest', in  sort tho other botween the lips and look luqulrlngly around for a illght. "How to leave a room 'properly: Open the door, place one Mot over the sill, follow it up closely with the other, and then, turning slightly, shut the door. "How to accept a dinner Invitation. I�at a light breakfast and no lunch. "How to accept an inv>Hution to drink: Look careless. Say, 'Don't care if 1 do,' and Ax the garo on the other side of the room, wml'o ..rjuor is being poured into tho gl*s�MaMc*r Then, too, Knight's of Rnvtnond ia Bw^otor, purer and choni>cr thun any other sunur offered you. You neod not take our word for it.............. BUY AND TRY I Finish of the competition for the $135 Buggy ends this month. Butter buy .yow coal for the rest of tin* win**' now and secure the conpous. You. may g�t the buggy. For any disoase of the skfa we can r. commend .Chamiwrlain'a Salve. It relieves the itching and burning sensation instantly and soon effeota a cure. Ihn salve ia also invaluable for sore nipples. Sold by All Drug -gists. NEW JUDGE APPOINTED IN 11 c Ottawa. Jan. 4__At today's mooting of the cabinet an order in coun- j cil was passed appointing ' 11 | Brown, of Greenwood, 1ha tnomfco*" of British Columbia legislature, county court Judge, in succession to Judgo Cleirent's promotion. Frod- Caldor ot Ashcroft Is appointed countycour-t Judge In placo ot Judge Cornwall resigned Morrison & Dixon PHOXK 180. AN N. U. UOMANCK. Woodstock, N.ll.. ptic. 81-A romantic wedding took place this afternoon at tho homo of the brido, when Miss Lena Burtt, daughter of Mr. Wilatot Burtt of Jacksonville, was married to Mr. Korval Briltaln. and the couple left this evening for their future home iu Revcletoke, U. C. Uelqro the doi>arture of Mr. Brit-tain for the west, somo years ago ho Wfts i'njd�*'B0 to marry Miss Burtt. Their corivspondenco continued until recently. In tho ineunlime Miss Burtt bt-fft"110 engaged to n prominent young business man of Wood -stock, a�(l lllt) wedtllng was arrang-od for to-n,orr�w. An announcement cord was iwnt to Mr. Hrittain in PHONE 179 when you need a CAB To go to the 8'ution or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. G. Wlecarid' Ntyitdoor to SchweUter's BAKERY. REDPATH STREET. stock man, and carried his lady lovo off to his western home. VAC18 FROM TUB HAT. Lcthbridg� js being postered with Modicino Hut criminals. After sor-vlnj a term in the guard room horn on commitment from tho Hat, thoy float around our streets without any means of livlihoou. Two of thorn Ed. Brown a�U Boyd Burton wero arrested this week on vagrancy charges. They vvero given a ticket back ltwelstokc l'u Promptly sent along .to tho guard room again, Brown somo prow"48 to tho bride-elect, but igottinrf 60 days und Burton SO days. Just, as promptly followed, arriving I -*~ herpo��d w�d!� 92 ;