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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta a fT fe frlttt I Colonial Pfcotoqraphlc Co. IB1 IOMI t mi Willows' Block yen Photographic we will help you. Our technical staff is at your senrice, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE QRATIS J Amateur Photographers arc unnted TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All finished inside of 3 days TKe Makanc of Good Clotkcs Experience is the great To choose the fabrics, to buy right market, to garment that will keep its shape, lina perfect titand experience in the to obtain a I CLOTHING I is made by the leading firm of Canadian clothiers who half a ceutury of "the best work to their credit. I UNLESS YOU GET A SOVEREIGN. I r MANUFACTURING WE. SANFORD MANUFACTURING HAMILTON, OST. CO. Limited MAX Our New M.P.P. Donald M.P.P.-eket for Leihbridge. met with a surprise on Friday, when he found that he did not have to fight for his seat in_th'-> McXab fully ex- have had op- would be brought in from outside, but this brought forth a storm of pro- tects from Carleton Conservatives, who intimated that, they would rebel if -further attempts were made to elect a carpet-bagger in Carleton. It looks as if th.esT.ory managers are be- ing -forced to abandon their efforts to NEWS FROM MAGRATH of of a N Society Magrath, Jan. nineteen months girl of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fowler, died about noon last Wednes- day irorn a complicated case of scar- let fever. The funeral was held on tlie following day. The sympathy of the many friends of 3Ir- and ______ Fowler is ectended to them in their! thirteeil years of bereavement. Legislature. peeled t-tuxt position, and thought that the Gov- making way for an and the eminent acted fairly to the leader will stay in Ontario, parry in not bringing on an election at this time, when it is expected that be one session only before a general election. Mr. McSab re- ceived the news of "his election quiet- ly, and kept away from "the mad- ci'ing crowd" as much as .possible. The the Labor party chose to-represent them should, from experience, understand the problems of- the labor classes and the hard- of the workingman. He was born in Scotland 39 year? ago, where lived until he came to Lethbridge r. "3. ilatkin returned from Cal- "gary last Friday, He visited foj. ,he past .39 ycarSj he has citF.as a delegate Association- to He the Alberta _ reports a ;veiy successful meeting and that the 3 for the Fair here is fixed ior ___23rd and 34th of September, Cardston on the 2Sth and 29th and Raymond the 16th _and 11th of the same month. i There will be a poultry meeting- here guilder the auspices of the provincial age Sir. McXab started to work in a along with his father. Since followed that occupation, with only- one holiday, when he spent six months on his homestead. He ..emi- grated to Canada to take up land, thinking he could do better for his family In this way.than by .remain- ing in the Old Land. Mr: 'McNab has always interested himself in public matters, and has held office in miners1 institutions UJuVlCjr ituajJiArfWO- VA jp-- iUMu, v'HivC LM IAI government on Monday, the lSthjboth here, and. in Scotland. He is oa the District Board of the TJ.M.W. of A., and was a delegate to the an- un.il conventions for the past two I years. He was a delegate to the inst. in the Assembly Hall at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. A full at- jendance of everyone interested is re- quested. little gaunt as journey. the result of their Literary Society has been, form-j and Labor Council in this Sd by Standard VI, VII. A literary cily f.ver came to the conn- recital -win be given every Friday ai- -terioon. A programme will be pre- pared and rendered every week. A .Society oi this description is a great iid to the pupils and we wish them "every success. The following- officers elected: Clyde Bennett, presi- dent; Ivy HenLnger, Yice-Presideaij TVooUey, Secretary; program ittee. Earl Pingrey, Laura KIrie "'and Hattie Dudley. Mr. B- W, Bradshaw's horses, which .he purchased In Illinois last month, -arrived in town today. The shipment at the hpundary. They fc are a fine-lookmg bunch, although a try until he went to Taber some month? ago. He has been before the Legislature twice as a representative of union labor to ask for legislation in the interests of the workingman. Mr. McXab was a- little reticent stating what he was going to endeavor to aeeiire for_the people he represents st this session. He feels that it Is up to any party or indi- vidual to show that he has a good policy by. instead of by wofds. However, if it is possible there are some amendments he would like to see passed. He looks at these mat- ters in a broad-minded spirit all though he is trying- to see the work- end of the questions. Mr. lournev 5 ena or Iae made one in the parlor oi Jiir- jooyu s v "V JThere will be a junior band organ- McNab would like to see the coal on Davenport Road, and a lit- here verv shortly. It will prob- miners' ordinance amended. He tlc ]ater were speeding- to Chicago. -1XCU. xlCt v "-----f ably named the L, D S. Sunday thought it should be made compul- band. A committee has been sory that all coal should be weigheci formed "for as organization. GIFT TO ARCHBISHOP. Jan. priests _of Srchdlocese of Toronto have esr- pressed their sentiments of admira-j before screening. He was in favor of the appointing a com- ed by Ebvell, mission to try and arrange for a brook, B.C.: market Western coal east of Tort Aurora Con. William. coerce Carleton Conservatives Toronto Has a Romance from his old Toronto Last week he came to Toronto, Jan. old romance was brought to a speedy culmination on. Saturday evening when Miss Jean Frances Boyd, daughter of J. McG. Boyd, of Davenport Road., became the bride of W. A. Esson a former Toron- tonian, now of Chicago. More than a decade ago Mr. Esson was manager of the Island Ferry Co., and was known as "Billy Esson." He was much in the company of Miss "Daisy" Boyd as the bride was known among her friends. Later Mr. Esson went away to Chicago, and gradually drifted aw a] associations. Toronto to renew acquaintances and in. chatting with them asked if any- one knew where old Mr. Boyd, who is in the employ of the Toronto Ferry Company, lived. Someone volunteer- ed to show him, and he at once went to the house, at that time with no thought of marriage. After a chat with the old gentleman Miss Boyd came into the room. She had not seen, him for twelve years or so, and their meeting- was rather reserved. Mr. Essoa chatted for a few minutes, then recurring to old memories, asked his former sweetheart to marry, first wanted him to "give an account of himself and-his behavior for ten years or so'. He was so successful that his sweetSwilr of other days gave a consent.- let's get married right said the im- petuous Mr. Esson, adding that he" had to be back In Chicago by Mon- day. Again the lady was induced to yield a marriage license was quickly pro- cured and a minister a few hours of tae bridegroom's first visit he and his old sweetheart were made one In" the parlor of Mr. Boyd's REAL E9TATE uuu towards their archbbhop by BORDEN TO STAY IN CARLETON. Trim, with the most beautiful} Acadian Ke- -valuable team jet bUckj driv-ieorder procurable in the province. The "Will Mr. Borden the Conserva- is himself an excellent; live leader, abandon 'Halifax? A -r Wge of a horbe. and delights to drive meeting of the Tory faithful held in Halifax on Tuesday night, and letter was received from the Opposi- tion leader. The contents of the epistle were not made public, hut it was said by one of the delegates at the meeting that the leader's message was "short and to the and the leader intimated that he propos- ed retaining his seat in Carleton, On- tario, where he sought refuge in 1904. It was reported some time ago.that if Mr. Borden vacated some other leading Conservative who had been defeated in the general elections T. E. Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. 1 Wood St. in: close "-S LOTS McKILLOP ADDN., NEAR -Jillison Mill, VS-EOTS WESTMINSTER CLOSE STOCK QUOTATIONS. Cranbrook, B-C., Jan. of Cran- d. Ask. x -26 B.C. Amalgamated..... B.C. Copper 3.00 Con. Smelters ..85.00 Can. NJVr.-gil 35 Can, Goldfields- 03 Granbrook F. B Diamond Coal 50 Dik. Vale Coal- 13 Dorn. Copper 40 Int. C.'and Coke 72.00 Nicola CM., Ltd. Nipissing 10.00 JSTorth Star Q? MOGUL c. .04 10.00 105.00 .47 .05 -18 76.00 .05 10.10. Bamb; ,_Cariboo .14X Royal Collieries .26 Society Girl v. Sullivan -OOX 'Temiskaming 1.44 Veteran W. Scrip ..350.00 West. Oil 1.10 1.40 .37" 11JS5 Votes Cast For U.M.W.A. The following are the vaults of the voting for district officers and Executive Board members of the United Mine Workers, District Prttidtnt. F. H. Sherman, elected 1683 Vice-Preiident. Jorm K. Galvin, elected......, 1016 Mike Joyce................. H. Evans 541 Clem Stubbs 422 Hurry Smith m Spoiled................... n Secretary-Treasurer. A. J. Cartc-r, elected 1570 J. A. McDonald 1551 Spoiled Int. Board Member. Peter Patterson, elected 1234 James Sharp 814 Hopkin Evans 535 James Lancaster 424 D. L. Miller 166 Spoiled Board Members. Sub-div: !NTo. Wm. Whitehouse, elected 1037 David Paton 555 Sub-diSt. No. John Johnston, Delected 302 Thomas Thomson......... 235 Robert Liven 160 Sub-dist. No. James Boyle, elected 163 D. H. Quigley............. 109 Sub-dist.' No. W. H. Dunlap elected.......251 A. J. McKinnon 79 Feathers Feather Boas Clean and Curled by an Expert f Mrs Douglas Westmin- ster Road North Ward Facing the Lake TILLMAN WAS VERY MILD WANT FREE TRADE. New York Jan. The adoption! of a declaration iu favor of free trade in hides, but for the retention of the protective -tariff on finished shoes, and of a resolution calling upon Con- gress to a law against adultera- tions in I_-atIier, marked the second day of the io-rrth annual convention of the National Boot and Shoe Manu- facturers' Association Astoria .today. in the Hotel SWEET LAVENDER. The rehearsals of 3Ir, A. W. f. Pin- ero's world-famous domestic drama, "Sweet under the able di- rection of Richard Hincks, are going on apace, and when the curtain rises on Monday evening, the 25th inst., at the Eureka Theatre, we pro-! phesy that the play-going- public of; Lethbridge-will be both surprised and delighted with the _ manner in which j ilr. Hincks and the strong- aggrega-j if on of amateur actors and actresses with which he has surrounded hlm-i self perform" this most successful of modem stage plays; we are confident that the piece "will lose none of its universal popularity" at their hands, and that it will be received by the Lethbridge public with the same un- bounded enthusiasm that has marked its career- throughout the English- speaking world. But "Sweet has appeal- ed beyond the English-speaking body of play-goers to those of the Teuton- ic and Italian tongues. It has been frequently performed in Germany in an. adaption which eliminates the sen- timental interest to a large extent which lays greater stress on the com- ic; while the Italian stage knows It also' by a version from the pen of a well known Italian, writer. Further- more, "Sweet Lavender" was recent- In Dealing With President's Charge Against Him THl OAR LI NO OF THI QEItHAI. Ou Monday next and thrcs follow- ing dVcniuKV the "Dtvlxig of the Gei- shas" will bo presented to the Leth- bridgo public at St. Augustin's hall by thu Tjethbridge Amateur Dra- matic aad -Operatic Society. Tho caste includes many well- known citizens' and' is as fol- lows: Xoogai, tho Briclc president, Mi1. E. Allan Allen, Aio, the nurse, Mr. B. Lieut. of the Royal Nuvy, Mr. Pleining1, Crojack, the Boatswain, Mr. Cooper; The Ted dy Bear, Mr. Robinson; Murosuki, Mrs. G. Rogers; O'Hara San, Miss Bawden; Ke Ku, Miss I. Conybeare; Uueymi, Mrs. Jackson; 0. Myogai San, Mrs. Conybeare Asogao San Mrs. Southard, Chorus of Geishas, Miss Bawden, Miss Conybeare, Mrs. Simpson, Miss M. Simpson, Miss Neale, Miss" Pattescn, Miss B. Pat- tesoa, Miss Aridy, Mrs. Kingston, Miss Wood, Mrs. Freeman, Miss Black burn; Chorus of Sailors, Messrs. R. N. Maclean Martin Laurie, Bar- nuja. Jackson. Beautiful scenery is being prepared and also magnificent costumes. The society are rehearsing every evening this week. Popular prices ore being charged, 50c. and 75c The plans ore now open at Higinbo- thajn's drug store. The mayoralty candidates nominat- ed in Nelson, B. G-, today were Har- old Selous and G. Gillett. ly acted in Russia "hy a company or- ganized for the purpose of presenting! English plays in that: country. The advance sale of seats for both performances Is now open at Higin- botham's Drug ,Store, Post Office intend to avail themselves of the opportunity of wit- Washington, D.C., Jan. greeted by applause when he- enter- ed the Senate chamber today to. re- ply to President Roosevelt's strictures in. respect to his connection with Ore- gon timber land transactions, Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, 'proceed- ed "to read his prepared remarks with little attempt at oratorical effect. He was accorded careful attention: has been expected and desir- ed." Mr. Tillman said, "that having made my own defence I should turn my batteries on my assailant. I do j not feel strength is sufficient for the double 'task; for my physi- cians have warned against over- taxing myself. One of the truest and best, sentiments in English literature! is this from Tennyson, 'Soiling an-' other will never -make oneself The President-lives in a glass house, even a glass floor in it. He! has exerted all fhe power of the Gov- ernment .to destroy me, but I feel that I stand -unscathed because if, all other arguments iail to convince men the character for rectitude, truthful- ness and honesty which I have' build- ed in the- sixty-one years of my life would at least be my bulwark." Men who have always been clean and hon- orable do not-suddenly become liars and hypocrites at sixty-one without any When Mr. Tillman concluded his remarks there was no further -out- break of applause, the Vice-President having admonished the occupants of the galleries against making such demonstrations. UTot long after., hej f bad concluded his speech Tillman received a cablegram from -a j London asking him to ex- press in words his opinion of NO ROOM ON TOP FOR MORE QUALITY :or better quality beer than the Al- Pride bland would wear out a case of shoes in the search for it. It is a dear beer to brew, an acme beer to buy, because it costs no more for your purchasing than inferior goods. We deliver case lots right at vour door free of extra cost. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd MAID-SO-SWEET. no casting longing eyes at our FINE CONFECTIONERY, made from pure sugars, fruits and ounce u joy. Hus- bands, fathers, and lovers, riow's the time to take home a box of Choco- lates, Nut Creams, Candied Fruits, or Superlative Taffies. Science now teaches that sugar is good for the health. You can't-find it in a, more acceptable form than in our fine Confectionery. Ruction's Kandv Kitchen While you are interested in our stock-of Christmas goods in silks.' ware and toys, don't forget that onr CAFE stilTaffords the best in the eatins line Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS HAWTHORNETHWAITE ELECTED. Xanaimo B.C., Jan. the bye-election for the local Legislature held here today the following vote was So- cialist, 635; Barker.., Liberal, spoiled, 14. BOXING CONTEST. him in Calgary some time ago and _____ j Kid Howell .boxed Billy Lauder on Eddie Marino and Kid Howell to KVQ occasions-and Lauder was Meet Next Monday Evening at the the decision in, one case whereas both Lyceum Theatre- "cases should have been a draw. Since Articles were signed yesterday afterl then Lauder has refused to give How- noon for a round boxing con-' ell a return date. Although -Howell test-to take place, in Lyceum' is the heaviest, Eddie Marino is known as one of the gamiest men that'ever entered the boxing arena. Theatre at 10 p.'m." Monday, Janu- ary 18thl The contest promises to be a good _ Both men apparently are on a par one and a-first classr clean boxing. and the' contest promises to-be a contest. -Eddie Marino is the boy good one and interesting to the ex- who took Billy -Lander's laurels from- treme. to 550.00 1.20 LOT CQB3EE OF McBETH Bailey St. X from school. OPPOSITE THE LAST BOOMED" HOUSE ON TOKKANCE Cash 1250 and per 4moutli until paid for. Rents "I, v 7 y> per month. s ;7< Hayr Transfer Co, i __'_ .j i Leave your Orders for COAL, etc The Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co, HEAD BLOCK P.O. Box 387 Lethbridge, E.-T. MANAGER We Biy ad Fim Lwfe ad City Property We Write Life, ,Fire ud Aco- dcot Insiriifc ui Ctlect part tf tW GIVE US A CALL WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE nessmg the play would -.do well reserve their seats early. As already announced, the proceeds of-both, performances will be devoted to. some deserving- .charity in the city. The full cast is 'as follows: JJr. .Geoffrey Wedderburn. (of Wed- derburn, Green'- Bankers, Barnchester, Hr. _Arthur Whitton. adopted- -son, studying for the Geoffrey E. Delaney. (a fashionable physic- ian) air. John I. Eokin. Diet Phenyl Barrister) Mr. Rich- ard Hincks. Horace Dream yir. Lionel 5L. Aaquith. 3fc. Maw (a Mr. R. H. Williams. Bulger (hairdresser' and wig- Mr. T." E. rPatteson. Jktrs. Wed- erburn's iMiss_ Agnes .Patte- son. Minnie- (her Miss Mary 'i 'Ruth. Bolt (housekeeper and laun- dress at 3 Bruin CpurC' Miss E: Williams. JLavencter (her Mi as Beryl Niinmons.. _ President Roosevelt, and saying that if he would do so the tolls would be j paid at the other end. The Senator' declined. Jas. Flannaganr a well known. Saskatoon hotel man is dead. Portage la Prairie has dismissed its chief of police and is asking for'ap- plications for -the position -also three i patrolmen. ATTENTION GIVEN PHONE ISO fcrtlMil hug Manufactured in Vancouver, B.C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well me. before deciding on- a liouse v v S. A. Spencer j nun, amm .Baliff MalcbitKLeitelr was instaiit- ly killed, by a; train at'St. Thomas, Ont. On account of weather the Masquerade Ball -AT- MONARCH Was postponed from Friday. Jan. 8th to Friday, Jan. 15th 1909 .OOffT'MISSiT St Augustin's Hall i: c GRAKDAlATIURPROWiaiON MBNDIiy, M IB li Ad Tbree The Darling -s A OF- The Geishas A GMHC Opera Twt Acts Book by 0. F. P. Cony-; 'beare. Esq. Music by Rev. J. 8. Cliivero 'Beautifnl-Scenery Magnificent Produced ander the.direc-- tion of 15. A. H hpiir .'ifc Broking atHiginbcihainV Vn Store EDDIE MARINO MOVINO PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE.; VAUDEVILLE TW Smite Brcf, Senotmil Acrtkls Ustsl TV .SiMer HM Tret fiiri :1. Vftnisbjng Tramp 2. Fox-Hmrf, -.Horseshoe 4. All Necklace Song Bye Jly Carolina" Prictt I9e ttemm 7.30tt 10.4 ;