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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Jnmwry 10, LETHBRIDGE" BAfLY HEKALD Children Often Need it you too careful you give them1.. Harsh purgatives injure the way for llfc-lonj troubles. The new evaeutnt in decs the work most effectively wtinout'lrritalln'g Ihe bowels'' or causing any discomfort. The children like them for they taste dandy. One of the'most'popular-of ihe ZSc. UK. yow druccin not yet tkoovMad 25c. will mill ihm." 20 Drug PRESENTS MA TO FORESTERS The insulation of officers of j Ancient Order of Foresters was {teid- past evening' jn i.he Oddfellow's IJ jlJisfrict Chief A. p'upeui Koyal View, officiated as jjistallj assisted by U. IJnK.'C The following officers were- FIRST BA1TIST CHURCH HOLDS ANNUAL MCTp .Thc.awiual Ijiistiifss mi-c-tiiiK having, rcci-ivoif ahout cold water had been' put in tht: parsojiajic, which, With the-lots on .which'it stands. at. a cost" of forester's meual for the list! the majority of canai- year, hot during tha last tLree montUs; ihe fpllowship of the church during The budget for .the. ypar. called- for i he-year; four or whniu n-eeivMj asiili: Wxjliaries. by. baptism; reniamder hy h-tter; this amount raised' f Of lor or on uxperiL'Uvr. -JJtr ailyudcd six IUJSHIOIJK. funerals, -and Kinrried twenty-seven; Our. thosi1--, uiarried sc-yucu the Pedplt's Society. 'his 'p re R. Hooker was presented forester's apron by the retiring chief ranger, as a uurk of the interest he took in the welfare, of: ihe sick and distressed Jug the term he- charge of inai} coiirtJpji.. thosi---. inarried limn- sr-Tiic-U the church :whh an Cla were Twciily-sJx' liaptists-.' six worth S-HIO.OO. The Ladies' Aid and j with a craos, six Methodists, six Kpiscopal- I Mission' Circle rtijftrfcU con-i C. .'R. ians, five Presbyterians, two" Catlin- dition with a share of wort out office. D: C. H. A. E. Dupen, oa be- half of the. Hiya Court, presented J. j ConsrrcnUonalist, one Chris-j for tiaii said, "1 am nolh-.i will take Clarke, :he retiring ciiicf ranger.j certsrieate cf honor and a P. jewel. BORDEN GOES BACK Uonlen, lead- er or: the Conservative party, return- ed- last night 10 Ottawa, after a three iiy_ys''sriy ToYonto, where he met me members .and many of the rank and Vile'of- tbe party. LINDSAY'S OLDEST CITIZEN Liuxlsay, Ont., oldest citizen, Thomas Cuff, was bur- 'aye-i PERMITS TO 3U1LD C. residence, Seventh enup Soutli, ?2500 O. Rako'w, residence-, Seventh, ave- e'uue South, Farmers Ltiiuber Co Dr. Herbert Lake DENTAL SPECIALIST Bryan Block Preservation of the Natural '-Teeth, Alveolar snd.Inlay of Bridgewqrk Regulation of Crooked or Irregular Teeth Crowns, Splints, Artificial Plates Office Hours 9 to 6 Telephone 1095 FORTY KILLED IN A LANDSLIDE led lodar. He died on Saturday .from! avenue So-Jtli, injuries mnicted .by- aai 'angry- cow Farmers Lumber turee days before.' office, Urgiales, Spain, Jaa. 10. Forty were killed and live injured nere today, when 's. land slide overwhelmed a gang of Inborers, burying all i v beneath a mass of earth and Third ]-r1 roct. Ireland over 85 years ago Fred Gliicber. MAY PLANT NO TOBACCO IN 1911 Growers of White. Burley in Convention at Lexing- ton Discuss Plan Lexington, Ky., Jan. organizations all over the country are watching the convention of tobacco growers.of Kentucky, 05iio and Indi- ana, which met here today to organ- ize for the purposci.-of obtaining bet- ter prices for their crops and to de- cide whether a crop shall .be grown in 1'Jll-or whether no more white hurley shall be planted until The districts from which these dele- gates came product- only white hurley tobacco, which is in demand for, the highest grades of smoking and chew- ing tittse states sire the only, ones in- the Union that pro- duce 'this particular They Krovr annually more than pounds ancT nearly growers will whatever the con- vention, decides upon. Is An.Independent Body The Burley Tobacco society, form- erly a" branch of the American Soci- ety of Equity, hut away from the equity society and became an independent body, did not declare a pool for the 1010'crop. Most of its members arc in favor of having no crop in 1311, asserting that one year's lapse .of growing would force a'much higher-price-for the 1912 crop. And there is another reason. Eight million pounds of. .the''1909 pool re- ma in unsold in warehouses in Lexii ton, Louisville antl Cincinnati and the whole iiHO crop is'also'un- sold.-'. No.Delegates From Missouri Contrary...toyc'xiicctations: ho de M gates appeared': froqr, West promoters of the con- assertc'd, however, thai 'the tobacco" districts .-in-'those state's'pro- duce-a: comparatively small proportion of the white, burlcy "crop and that the growers there can he depended upon to act in. harmony .with any organi: tio'n formed by the convention. There was a general feeling among the delegates, that, resolution proviu- intr for no crop at least in 1911 would be adopted and that possibly the 1912 crop-would also be placed under Inn ban. Opposition to this came mostly ..from small' growers, who argued that .families could not subsist unless at least a portion of a crop be grown each .year. The meeting probably will last two "davs. BOARD OF TRADE FOR COLERIDGE 50 per heard olf bejFpre in gLethbridge. Hundreds of people t? on Saturday, arid things are moving in the Big Store as never done in -bur history. 25 per _.-' saved now. Early buyers will have the best choice, and you not to delay Coleridge, -Ian.. The public for the lirst session o 1'1.11-oh'.Tuesday the... 3rd, with a fair Attendance. J. R. Morrow is in charge of the school again for another year. '-Notices'.are out for the" annual busi- ness meeting ot t-lie ratepayers p "Diinmo're school district No. 173, io be held in the school hoasc'on Satur- "-Ian. sub mil an account of thrir stewardship for the past year.' There arc several aspirants for Acheson's position MAJESTIC THEATRE W. i. Manapr. PHONE 644 ComnMBciBf to-Bifht, Tuesday, Jan. 10th THE PARTELLO COMPANY INCLUDING A CARLOAD OF SPECIAL SCENERY the Following Plays TUttOAY AND MEDMESDAY All Wool and Yard -Wide. JVit tint -CncklM Like a Bunch of Firecrackers. s THUHiOAYsOMLY r Production, FRI DAY, SATURDAY AND "sATU RDAY M ATI N E E W. H. Crane'i Get Behind the Band Crane. SCATS ON f ALC AT BOX OFFICE FROM 10 a.m. TO 10 p.m. ViGEANb MATINEE SATURDAY. s MatlnM: -AdulU 2Sc; Children 10c. THEATRICAL THE THEATRE '-'TONIGHT "The" Travelling: Saleanun'1 ..'.will de- liver the goods for. the v lirstv., time starting tonight, and a greifct'.biif lal matinee oa Saturday foVthV ladies and children. "The 'Traveliiag a comedy '.J; JamtB (author of "The Chorus blbth' play B-, with -his maVv others .'l h avc had long r-unr- Ia ill tSifi poJitan citiev) isl'a'-four act jconaidy- drama, that is all. wool .and- inches wide. laugh" to finish. Laugti and 'fafi-li .the motto of sonfe the' physicians', so all lean.peoplfci'.dOQ't Jorget ".The Travelling .anid. the fat ones, come too and grow', fatter'.' The scenes are sucrras hasTnever been witnessed miss tne depot lunch. iauipie' room and .the poker game. .with. :-tlie funny colored porter. BURGOMASTER" y AT MAJESflC as the "The BurgomaBter'' played to a" ligtted audience. Like all musical comedies, there TKAS little or no. plot, but; the: wlfdle piece was brimtul ot: catchy n eoccs, good Jokes ?_nd lively, action... were girls of all. descriptions: Kangaroo girli, tough girls, soubrettes, set off, to tlie cbarm b'rigade'of >mll- itant surfragettes' --Taeee ball of music and going.: at lively pace. T -rv. -f (Jood songs were; many', no'taUly "I love WATCH SALE SATURDAY X I will sell for next ten at specially reduced .A few rince c 5 dozen boys' tod _ lever at, ea. L doi mea'a Waltham at, each 2 dozen men's nickel; "irtlrer gold" f illed, extrm S wiiuf- lever You cannot goods or prices without'5 "i examination.: -i-Coin'Si in and Pint Class Watch Repairing 5. H. Roseborougli Manufacturing Jeweler' Cor.'3rd Ave. ZtJh.i'Sfc- acd "The -nypnotlfi ston to the topical alu being" in- on-lite -which falls vacant this year. IVIr. Wright-, the secretary-trea- surer, talks o[ resigning also so there may be. two new members on ilie hoard for 1911. With the exception of a. few more man-holes to'- be" r completed by the bricklayers .liic new'C.i'.R. sewer for the. draining of the roundhouse here is practically completed. Thr contractors experienced unexpected dillicuitic.s ns -the. surface was almost underlaid stone and and heavy cave-ins occurred, throtigii lor Four-Ply Uneu IOC Heavy Wor 20c 45c Heavy Wor- sted 25c iir -Si05.00 fur-lined coats for...... Bcgular >sl25.00 Yur-liiW for____... Ou-linod coals for......... coals suiis for............. men's snits.for Pvegnlar nicir's suits for EegulaV Underwear 5U50. ''SthiificlcV's1'' Underwear Underwear Kcgula'r mmr's sweaters for.......... Regular meivs sweaters for......... Regular meirs shoes for ceni. off tell Shoes, Rubbers and S I he vibration of the large number of I" .2.> Men's Ovcr- 'IS 12 Men's Lined Buckskin 5 Tweed Hats- Note Well heavy trains passing. H is rumored that another addition is to he rnadc. to Ihc roundhouse during tho cominc; summer repair shops established at Coleridge. r. The young people of the town lidil a dance on -Tuesday evening at the, UOP.IC of Frank Brecklin in the east Tiiere has R-ca serious ialk among business "people hrrc of forming a Hoard of Trade in Coleridge. Import- ant questions are likely to come to the front in the.' near future in regard lo otir relations with the towasttn i-ompany, the' C.P.M., supply of gas and building oi an elevator The rncourapinp of new industries which can best ho handled bv the unilrd riTorts ot (he business men in the form of n board of trade. A. licLcan has sccurerf a new leasn of ilic general sto'rc for another term. IJiisinnss has been so brisk ot that lif iius found it necessary io em- pioy.ji' npw assistant. the firm of Pichc Miron, l.rthbriiijto. spent tho New Year's holiday's .it hnmr in Colr.- ridgc. visit was Jipprcci- atnd at ihr Holrl Coleridge as he bar! bct-n ahpcni for over a year. Louis Fossier, chef at the Palm One in Medicine Tint, was a visitor nt ihr.- Jlolel Coleridge for n few days V.'m. Anslpy is assistinc Mr. McLean cf qcr.erai store, during ihr boli- rush. The spvorcly cold f-nco.1 dining -the lo weather again H r.nd pvrryliody is plcasrd. vf W weather scasor. RECOUNT AT BARRIE troduced latter. was as droll arid inimitable': sis' ever, and" convulsed the his "is it etc. was .ably seconded by .Cqnley, -McKis- sock, and Miises-... Julia, rneinie and Etta FOURTEEN DROWN WRECK Provlncetown, Mass., Four- teen. men m a of. tnree. barges pn''the" Reading Italtroaci toodaj-. The.1 officers of three life" saving'crews failed after a'teroic fight to reach them. A Modern Miracle He Said Cure" Yet Zarr.-Buk Hai .Complete _ Cure I This Js the experience-, of a.. man of high reputation.- -widely known- in bo investigated.. Mr. T. M, .Marsh, the Montreal, and whose case can readily com leman" referred" to rli'ves-- at 101 Delorlmer Avenue, ,llontreal. and has lived there, for 'years. Tor _ twenty- fiv years" he had on his bands .ind" wrists. The disease tirat started in red blotches, winch itched, and when scratched." became painful.1 Bad sores followed, which diecrmrged. _and the-discharee spread his hands "were mass of sores. Just thinK -of "this stute of affairs continuing for J. twenty-five vears. In thct time fo.ur erainent rqedical. men tried to cure and. each gave up the case as hopeless in the end. Naturally, Mr. Marah: tried remedies or all kinds, but hev also, at. last gave NOTED ARCHITECT DEAD Jan.. "VVait- em, wnoac narne" is- Canadions as Jhe architect 'of On- tario's Grand-" in .Montreal, tba of Commerce in Toronto" and other im- portant structures, died at hone in Saturday, and Was bur- ied at Buffalo today. He contracted a coiiiat Syracuse, which developed into pneumonia. He was born. Lon- don, in 1S48; but spent nis life- in Buffalo: .r it up. For two years he had to wear dav and nisbt 'so -tsrr the pain and itching when {he air got to the sores. r Then came He tried U; just HS he had tried hundreds .of- re- medies before. Riit he so'on fpiiBd out that was 'Within a few weeks there were distinct signs of benefit, and a little with this great herbal" balm resulted in what he hart given all 'hope .of i complete cure! And was ao temporary cure. It was" perraanem. He cured nearly three years ago. tnterviewed the other day, Mr. Marsh jald: "The cure .which Zam-Buk worked has been absolutely' perman- ent. From the f was- cured, j to the present moment. I have had no trace of eczema, and 1 feel sure it. "will j never return. Having suffered for f twenty-five years, 1 had naturally con- eluded "that my "case was incurable, and I regard mr cnre RS' a modern miracle." If you from any skia trouble.! cut out this article, write across it the j CANADIAN PACIFIC Western SINGLE FAKE PLUS FOR ROUND TRIP -From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and West, Saskatchewan and Alberta Victoria arid Westminster Tickets on sale December 15 "IS "Jind 17, 1910; January 20. 21, 22 and 23 and February.14, 15 16, 1911; good to re- turn within thrco months from dato of issue. Applr to nearest C. P. Rr. ,fm- information. Mavric. Onr.. .Ian. On -Januar V-'isaer will rojirinct t oi" ballots In ;lic of this paper.. and mail it. OTIC rcrst stamp :o return Riplcy Transfer Co, Drr.ylng promptly attended to Jfay and grnln for ouantitj-. Plione 5S5. Offici Opposite Methodist Church. AUCTION SALES on snort notice. .Sat- hractfou Live "stock intl impiamenta n 4H Regular sales at Sale Barn. SU'QII., ;he second and lourth "faesfiay, sach month. ;