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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, ICfURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, VAUDEVILLE Tke Fuiis Siifer ud Trw Girl I. Vanishing Tramp 2. Fox Hunt 3. Unlucky Horseshoe A: All For a Necklace 8oiig "Bye Bye My Carolina" Prices I5e and Me Cottiaww Perfonuce Fron 7.30 to 10.45 NEWS OF THE DISTRICT day it there was eighty per tendance. This has been changed and instead of dismissing if the at- tendance is good, it will dismiss early if the pupils have an average of sixty per cent, in their lessons for the week. Dr. Cartwright, dentist is in town for a few da vs. CARDSTON. Cwdston, Jan. Moses Johnson and his troupe are rehears- ing "The Gold King." which will be pljiyed January 19. JCr.-E. JT. Barker returned from [pressure did the rest. The result was that the C.PJR. night staff had cold feet; York this week. Mrs. Barker is very ill in the metropolis, but was improving some a little before Mr. Barker left. There are several horse buyers in town. Only- large draft horses were purchased. The. Town Council are busy' these days. At the session last night Mr. Woolf was appointed secre- tary-treasurer- of the town. Today the pool halls are closed, as the City Council have raised the li- cense on the tables. D. 12. Harris is in Edmonton this Wm. Laurie has been appointed tie Coleridge has one of the best gas wells in Canada. It is of large bore, and has a pressure of 580 Ibs to the square inch. Kb wonder that Cole- ridge lots are selling at There are a large, number of farm- ers who drive right through .Coleridge to Medicine Hat who would do all their business in Coleridge if there was a good big general store here that would handle everything they needed and could buy their products. A doctor and a drug store should succeed, here. There are rumors that there will be twelve stalls added to our round house this year, and also extensive improve- ments in the yard. The Presbyterian church hold ser- vice every Sunday afternoon at three delegate of to attend Convention, of Municipalities held in On Saturday, Jan. 16th, ihe annual school meeting will be held to trans- act their yearly business and elect a Edmonton- Jan.- 27-29. Harry. Phipps will move into his new restaurant- in-the near future. -The-bishops of the various wards near, Cardston aie here settling up their accounts for the year. :Mr. Bennett of Kimball, losv a son last Riday. 'Cause diphtheria. Xo new" eases are reported. COLERIDGE. Coleridge, Jan. Mr. Paul Le- cieux, of -the Coleridge Hotel, ex- pects- the new furniture in about ten George Goetgebuer, our busy butch- er, opened -a shop about two months riiigOj and -finds his business increas-, inr- Mftille and Foissier are doing, a good business, in their bakery and laun- i dry, though, they only started a short time. ago. Our -barber, Mr, STeely, is not so very- busy -just yet for the cold wea- good for the Business. A. nev building to be occupied as a general store lias just been complet- ed.- on lota owned by Mr. Downer, of JDethbridge- Ihe new -coal chute here is almost completed, and is in use this week forlthe- .first time. Anguish, who was day opex- has been moved to Suffield. r Dunbar, who was car checker here, nas resigned, and Ms place has by Mr. Mike Babington. -We are, pleased to hear that Mr. Robert -McClelland, who was burned by of an oil stove in a heated car .here a few weeks ago, is to recovery. t There was an. interesting time at tlie on the evening of December 23rd, when the annual tree entertainment was held. There was a hearty supper for every- One of the section men was ecl to get so much to eat ,fqr nothing. The principal feature of the program was ihe giving of the presents from the tree. At intervals there were a few well rendered lit- eraiys and musical selections. Mr. and lOes Lecieui gave two duets in -J JFwnch, and a French solo was given bs[ Conlin. of' the results of the cold snap lilt week here was the bursting of the main. The gas did not freeze, the pipes contracted so that they r opened at the joints, and the high trustee in place of Mr. Francis Wright, retiring. Doubtless on account of a general shortage in telegraph operators, the C.P.B. agent, Mr. Totten, is tempor- arily doing the day work, while Mr. T." W. Griffith, formerly night yard- master at Medicine Hat, is promoted to be yardmaster here. St Aogustin's Hall OtAND AiATEURPKODUaiON mm, m. id Aid Three Ffflfwiif Eveinfs The Darling OF' K The Geishas A tak Opera Twi Acts i Book by C. P. P. Coiiy- beare, Mmic by Rrr. J. 8. Chivers Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes Produced undtr the direc- tion of E. A. Allen, Esq. v Jphr I TABER NEWS. Taber, Jan. Mrs, Fred. Robinson, of Manchester, England, arrived in Taber. Friday last. They report -their .voyage as an ex- ceedingly rough one. Mr. Jay Rob- inson, ST., an old time -who has .been living at the home of-Ms daughter, Mrs. since his ar- rival in this country, is overjoyed at the safe arrival of his young son and bride. A. .Willner and H. -Hehman are in for a few days from" their- claims, north., of the river, to replenish their stock of -winter supplies. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Season, was brought to tQ-wn yesterday by its mother to undergo treatment for eye trouble. Dr. AiMns has charge of the case. Mr. H. Hehmans brought from his homestead yesterday a handsome live specimen of the lap owl. The bird was caught in a trap, but is now on exhibition at the Taber Hotel. Postmaster Monroe is delighted-svith his new quarters at Hotel. All postoifice boxes and office furni- ture are in place. As usual, mail is now delivered with its customary de- spatch. Manager Shirts, of the Opera house, intends opening up a roller skating rink in his hall at once. Fifty pairs of skates arrived yesterday. A large force of men is still at work on the mammoth steel bridge .that will span the Belly river north of town. Excellent work is being ac complished while the river is yet frozen. Isow that the postoffice building has been destroyed by fire, it is an opportune time to select a suitable site for the erection-of another build- ing. This guestion is already agitat- ing the minds of a few. The past two weeks "our water haul- er been christened "the iceman." Mr. R. H. Wagner, of-Burdett, orig inally from Missouri, heard of Ta- ber's conflagration. "You will have to show me he replied. Hence his presence apon our streets yesterday. In. the Herald of Jan. 12th, refer- ring to the Scranton, Rock Springs and Central Coal Companies at Coal City, the Taber correspondent was informed- that "electrical punching machines" had been installed. The information was incorrect. It should have been "steam driven compress- ors with compressed air punchers." Mr. E. J. Calgary, installed the all of which doing excellent work. The correction is cheerfully made. MAG RATH. Magrath, Jan. A whist club was formed here last evening by a number of devotees. The 'initial meeting: was held at the home of Mrs. C. H. Sindlinger. Tournaments will be --held every week during the winter at the homes of various bers. A representative of Armour Co., oi Chicago, has been paying, a visit to the Mclntyre ranch for the pur- pose of a few carloads of cattle to ship into England." The cat- tle will be taken off the range and shipped at once, without any finish- ing whatever, being already in ket condition. Mr. Jos Mercer, cattle buyer for P. Burns Co., and a son of Mr. W. Mercer, was in town' last Saturday. He purchased some beef cattle from Mr, R. Bradshaw for the Leth- bridge branch of the company. He reports that the cattle are in excel- lent condition rjoiwithstanding the recent cold weaher. .Mr. James Christensen has bought out the blacksmith shop and business of Mr. G-. H. James for his brother, who is now in Denmark. Mr. Cbris- tensen's brother has the reputation of being a very good mechanic and is expected to arrive here about the first of March. MY. G. W. Heathershaw, who has been confined to his home for the past two weeks, with a very severe attack of quinsy, is now able to re- sume Ms duties again. The cold weather has prevented Kev, Mr. Cameron from holding ser- vices in the school house for the past two weeks. Mr. Cameron re- sides at Raymond and it is too great a, distance to traverse when the ther- mometer gets low. The blacksmith shop of Messrs Bone Perks is rapidly nearing- completion and if the present weather Stirling, Jon. Literary So ciety of this place met last evening in the hall, a; largo attendance present. A lengthy and' interesting- programme was delivered. Among tho numbers wore songs ami iastru- mentals by Kisses Alttx Hardy, Lulu Oler, Arthur Erickson and Mr. Mrs. W. Murto of this town, who has been ailing for some days, was successfully operated upon by Doctors Keillor and Loveriug. Mr. Earl, of Cardston, has Deen engaged as the fifth teacher on our efficient staff. arrived in town yesterday evening, taking up his res- idence with Mr. W. Odgen. A grist mill is being- arranged to be built this coming summer by Utah capitalists. K. vEuers -is busily engaged remov- ing his residence to his farm. He in- tends moving his-family to the latter place early this spring-. Anderson, who has been down in Nevada this last few years, is ex- pected .to return to our town and start a store this spring His many friends are pleased to hear of .Mr. Anderson's- move as Stirling more such en- terprises. Mr. Theo Brandley returned- from Taber yesterday. He reports large damage to-that .town by the 3lx. AV. Johnson of Olds has been in this town this last number of looking- up land. He reports this a much superior country to tliat north of Calgary. Mr. K. A. Davis is opening up a grocery store and butcher shop. He will be ready in a. month to cater for the patronage of the people of this surrounding country. The Misses Kelson and Clark are renewing., acquaintances in town. A new. dance ball is ;under course of erection1 south, side of the meet ing house. It has been delayed some due to the cold weather. Mrs. IL J. Gordon of Eaymond has returned home- after visiting a few days with 3Irs. H. Steed. Mother Gave Her Child Away; Had Given up nil Hopt of Heart Troublt wu by Milburn't Heart and Ntr? Mrs. Andrew N.B., "In yoar I WM tftkMl nick and did not 'think INoould Iwngth of time. My trouble WM with my heart anil people tola mo that notisJag ooold be-dviio for a case like urine. I oousulted tho very best doctor! but they could do me no gixxi for seven 1 could hardly- cross the floor. I had no pain, but WM td weak nobody in world caa how I Islt. 1 had given up all of living and had given my girl to my litUr- in-law. One day a friend to me, aad calling mo by name, mid, Lizzie, if I you I would try a doae of Miiburn's Heart and Nervo Pills as they an good for. heart trouble.' My husband got me a box, but for two I not feeling any better, but on the fourth day my husband said, believe those pillg are doing you good.' I was able to any, I feel a good deal bstter-this morning.' He aaid, will get you another box right away.' I took two boxes arid .three dceei out of the third one, and I perfectly well and have not been sick since then. wili ver be without them in ny home for God knows if it had Dot been for Mil- burn's Heart and Kerve Pills, I would not have been alive ubw." Price 50 cents per -hor, 3 boxea for SI. 25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Toronto, Ont. keeps week. tip it will. .be finished next Mr. James Stacey has been, appoint- ed chairman of the school board and j is assured -STevr- Westminster in T. VT. secretary treasurer. near future. NEW WESTMINSTER CENSUS. New Westminster, Jan. cen- sus return completed yesterday by the civic officials gives this city a population "of an increase of 1135 in the past- six months The Chinese population has decreased to 747. As a_ Jesuit of the population free postal "delivery the Socialists To Enter the Field Calgary, Jan. or not the-Socialists will put a, candidate in the field in Calgary -for the next pro- vincial election is a matter of some doubt. Some of the are-in favor of the move, while on toe oth- er, hand there seems to be a desire-on the part of some of- the members to reserve their fighting- strength- until the next" Dominion election, and to take action only where there is a. fair chance of winning, and from the re- sults of the last election Calgary is not one. of them. Organizer O'Brien was in the city, yesterday and recently toured the pro vince. particularly the northern part of it. He reports that there will toe a number of Socialist farmers in the field in the north. It is altogether probable that three or four candidates will be in the bat- tle in the south. One place will be the Pass. places .will -be Lethbridge, the Taber riding, and almost certain- will "be the Banff riding. BIO EVKMTt FOR NEXT WlfK. Tht of tht Itoddart Stock Co. at tho Lyctum. Manager Brown, of the Lyceum, has been most fortunate in securing the Stoddart Stock Co. for two nighte, starting Wednesday, Jan. 20th. The opening play will be Hall Caine's great play, "The Christian." "All those who have read the book will be pleased to sec the well known char- acters in real life. The construction of the play has been .most! careful. The hackneyed style of- dramatisa- tion has been eliminated. It is of that uplifting teaching a great moral lesson, "and one never to be forgotten.' No one should miss see- ing "The a dramatic gem. It will broaden the mind, and make you more charitable with your neigh- bor. High class vaudeville between each act. At the Lyceum, Wednes- day, Jan. 20th. From the Morning Albertan, Cal- large demand for seats is always a convincing proof of the popularity of plays and'players. In no case has this fact been more clear- ly demonstrated than in- the cast'of "The one of the greatest of modern plays, to be -by the Stoddart- Stock Co. at the Lyric this evening. The advance sale has been phenomenal for. this, production, and indications are for a capacity house. Those who-have never seen "The Christian" will do well to take this opportunity. The play is the most convincing in its purpose of plot than the majority of so-called late accesses. An intense and wholesome story, beautifully told, dramatic situa- tions which appeal-to the highest'hu- man emotions, situations "that are tiumane and a play- is "The Christian." And in the hands of the Stoddart Stock Co. this ?reat play will lose nothing in its interpretation. The production will be excellently promising- a rare treat to- Lyric patrons.- -'Secure your seats at the box -office. "The Christian" 'will be" produced at the'Lyceum Theatre, by the Stod- dart Stock Co., Wednesday- night, Jan. 20th. Seats -now ori 75c, 50c. Only a Common m____ BUT IT BECOMES A SERIOUS MATTEK IF NEGLECTED. Pneumonia. Asibina, Catarrh or Coemption the result, rid t it at by taking Fine to.iti t toothing action, and ia the racking. tent cough, otou preMDt in it prompt,