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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMftTA, MIDAY, JAMUAHY II, IIM. r MOVING ADVANCED J VAUDEVILLE, VAUDEVILLE Tfce Spldiig Bros. Sensational Cosedy Acrobats Luf hi The Famous Singer uid Plum Tree Girl 1. Oolouel's Bicycle 2. Revenge 3. Beating the Landlord 4, Cupboard 5. Boxing Matches in England Dreams Never Told" Prices I5c and 25c Contiuuous Performance From 7.30 to 10.43 CUSTOM RETURNS FOR IIM EXPRESS COS. CRITICIZED. Railway Commission Hears a Lot More Complaints About Them. Toronto, Jan. 11 kinds of ac- cusations were hurled at the express companies by complaining shippers before the Railway Commissioners to- day. Lack of business methods, doa- ble charging, excessive rates, utter indifference as to prompt shipment and delivery, increasing- the prices, and discrimination against certain districts and citk-s. wholesale de- Ct'ily a few ringside seats left "for the Marino-Hcwet! contest next Mon- day night. 27-3 49 February........ 61 March.......... 31 April 90 May............ 08 June............ 49 July 64 August............ 12.056 42 September...... 36 October......... 50 November....... 63 December 13 4 30 str action of merchandise through careless handling, and even threaten- ing employees with dismissal if they attempted to deliver or-collect pack- ages outside of certain prescribed j boundaries, wore all mentioned. The complaints represented .whole? salt milliners and lobster merchants, fruit .growers, pop manufacturers, hardware establishments. etc., and came from the various parts of the province. At the adjournment ISst evening counsel for the Canadian Express Co. announced that the company would produce no evidence at the present time, as they wanted time to inves- tigate all complaints. erlook this Monday Evening, Jan. 18 10 RM. AFTER REGULAR PERFORMANCE A FIRST-CLASS, CLEAN EXHIBITION For the tight-Weight Ciiampionsiiip of Canada EDDIE MARINO Light-Weight Champion of Canada Who Won from Lander, vs. KID HO WELL OF SEATTLE Wlio Fought a Draw with Billy Lander 15 ROUNDS SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS PRELIMINARIES At the LYCEUM Side, Ten Rows Back, Admission, Tickets now on Sale at Box Mice A. Humphries, J.P., has con- sented to act as referee in the Mar'mo- Howell contest next Monday, at the Lyceum, and we know the best man wins. 27-3 MINISTER AFTER PREMIER. Says Liquor Bill in Saskatchewan is Being Nullified in Interests of Li- quor Men. Eegiua, Jan. the Methodist church here Rev. C. W. Brown preached a .temperance sermon arid after the Scott Government. At the last session of the Legisla- ture a bill was passed which was ap- plauded, and rightly so, throughout the province and beyond its bounds, but in the last few months two things had surprised him, said Mr. Brown, viz.: the ease with which licenses have been handed out, and the laxity of the enforcement in some quarters. And now the announcement of the Attorney-General of certain amend- ments came as a shock to those hav- ing the .best interests of the province at heart, and was a .distinct retro- grade movement. Time would fail to discuss the detail of the offered, but a few simple questions pressed for answer, viz.: Why should the bars be opened af- ter the close of the polls on the evening of municipal polling days? Everyone could understand why they should be closed during the day, but what calls for the night to be made a time1 for carousal? What was the necessity for special license to be given for meals on Christian holidays? Why the lengthening of the. hours? Surely they were long enough now to quench the legitimate thirst? Why this yielding to the that special class legislation unfair to even the hotel men? v Was the Government getting cold feet? Or were they recognizing the claim of the liquor men that they supported the Government in the late election, and should therefore, have consideration? Most emphatically did he enter his most solemn protest against this backing down by the Government. It led him to ask, What about 1-he future? This should be a time for an advance, and not a retrograde movement. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong of Herald Market w rttt HMC It U ctimi. If yoi WMt till 25e 6 incriiw for Si OP OOAL MINIMO UUtflONS SITUATIONS VACANT RAM LAL S PURE TEA It's -KICK, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! girl to help oopk and do general housework on faun, south of New Dayton; good home and steady employment. Apply Room 2, Stafford Block, Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethhridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. 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-tf SITUATION WANTED. BOOKKEEPER SKIPS. Toronto, Jan. a note addressed to his employer, in which he stated he had taken of his money, and enclosing the key of the store, C. E. Preston, also.-ks.eten-ras C. E. Colin, for some time past book- keeper and cashier for R. J. Hunter and Co., tailors, King, St. west, has left to.wn for parts unknown, and is now being looked for by the police. News Of the District BOWVILLE Bowville, Jan. Plenie Pet- erson and Miss Mable Aver-all were married at the home of Mrs. G. Pet- erson. In the evening they gave a wedding ball at which there was only a fair sized crowd present on account of the terribly cold evening but those present united in congratulating the newly wedded couple and in wishing them a happy married life. At twelve o'clock there was a fine sup- per served and during the evening a collection was taken for the bride, which amounted to. about 821. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burns a daughter, Mr. Carl Peterson was in Leth- bridge last week. On hig return trip his buggy broke down in the river bottom, and he had to hire another buggy to come home in. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Williams expect to leave on a honeymoon trip to Mis- souri. Miss Olga Brandvold, Mr.'Anon Hoode and Mr. Norman Green will leave this week on a trip to the States. The annual school meeting of the ratepayers of Bowville .School Dis- trict, No. 1528, was held in the school house on Saturday last, the 9th, at one o'clock. Mr. Hitchcock was elected to be trustee for the com- ing year and Mr. John Wold was elected secretary-treasurer. ii St. AugustinVHall DISCOVERY IN ESSEX. Amherstburg, Jan. large de- posit of silicia has been discovered on the Elliott farm, near here. Analysis shows that it .is nearly -98 per cent, pure, .and with no trace -of- oil. It is believed the supply is practically in- exhaustiole. The discovery will lead to the establishment of a glass fac- tory in this country. DISEASE ERADICATED. Washington, Jan. foot and ;aouth disease has been eradicated in New York; Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Michigan, but to guard against the possibility of another outbreak the Federal quarantine will not be completely lifted over those states at present. NO WOMAN CAN BE STRONG AND HEALTHY UNLESS THE KIDNEYS ARK WELL. When the kidneys are ill, the whole body is the poisons which ths ought to filter out of the bloocl are left in tho system. Then how important-ib must be to see to it tbat this system of sewerage bo not clogged up. Those who have never b'Xin troubled with kiuney trouble know not. the misery and suffering which afflicted undergo. Doan's Kidney Pillt are a specific for all kidney troubles. They begin by healing the delic-ite membraoea of the kidneys au'd thus make their action regular and natural. They lulp tho kidneys to flush off the acrid and poisonous impurities which have collected, thus clearing out tho kidneys, bla'ldcr and all the urinary pMsagea. Doan's Kidney Piila are entirely voge- tibb, and may be safely taken by young an-iold. Kidney Pills do tor you wha- they have done for" thousands of others, that is. cure you. j M ,-s M. Sprmg V alley, P. E. I., writer I WAS troubled with my kidneys for two years. They were so bad at I c mid not cross tho floor for the pain. I tried a doctor but he did mo no gooa all. I sent ti my nearest draggist and got four boxes of Kidney Pills, and I am dad to P.IV that after taking them I hare had no ,n ire'trouble for nearly three now." Price 50 cts. per box, or 3 for dealers or Tho T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. ID ordering ipecify Dona MILK RIVER Milk Raver, Jan. degrees below zero here this morning and a couple of sundogs in sight. Next look for a change of weather. There is eight inches of snow on the. prairie making fine sleighing everywhere. Those that have a sled can have a good sleigh ride. Mr. W. A. Satterlee and E. G. Locke drove out to the Mackie ranch the first of the week. Mr. Murphy was transacting busi- ness in our.little burg on Tuesday. Mr. Fitzmaurice spent Sunday after noon at Tomfohrs. Last Tuesday a representative of the Pioneer Lumber Co: of.Tjethbridg-- was down and put up a large stating that they were coming in here soon. We will have two lumber yards here then. Looks as though there might beP'sornething1 in the building line here next Spring, don't it? Mr. Jos. Osbom made a business trip, to Coutts last Saturday. Mr. Wm. Spanoauer went to Leth- bridge on business last week. Mr. Louie Brooks sold his thresh- ing outfit consisting of a Minneapolis engine and thresher to F. Michailis, who was an old experienced thret'her- man, and who no doubt, will make this a paying-investment. MR. McDOUGALL VERY ILL. Ottawa, Jan. condition of J. Lome McDougall, former Auditor- General of Canada, remains unchang- ed tonight. He is not gaining any strength. Id And Three Following Evenings h. GRAND AMATEUR PRODUCTION The Darling OF The Geishas Book by C. F. P. Cony- beare, Esq. Music by RPV. J. S. Ckivers Beautiful Scenery Magnificent Costumes CAST Naogai, The Bride Presi- dent. .....Mr. E. A. Allen Nurse.Mr. D. May Lieut. Ratline, R.N. Mr. GK E. Fleming Crojack. the Boatswain 'Mr. H. R. Cooper The Teddy Bear Mr. Gr. W. Robinson Murasaki.Mrs. Gr. Rogers O'Hara San. Miss Bawden Uneyuri. .Mrs. S. Jackson Ki 'Ku Miss Elaine Cony beare Asagao Mrs, 0. F. P. Cony beare Myogia San, Mrs Southard Supported by strong cho- rus of 20 members Curtain. RIMS Sharp at 8.30 fnnjto Prices-ale, 75c Booking_at JEOginbothanrs "Driijf Store....... wanted by steady man; good habits; car. give good ref- erences. Jas. P. Lethbridge F.O. 17-O LAND FOR SALE FOE on Couttt. St., clow to school, at each; 1-3 caeh, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth: Agency, P.O. Block. 6-O FOE African veteran scrip, cheap. E. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 21-0 FOE, acres and house, on Crabb St.; price half cash, balance easy. Apply Y. Chow, or phone 114. 25-6 TO RENT. WANTED TO farm of about two or three''hundred' acres, with buildings on it, in the neighborhood of Lethbrioge, Apply Box Y, Herald Office. 27-2 TO comfortable -fur- nished bedroom. Apply 422 Glyn St. 24-6 TO small stable, close in, a month. Apply Box C, HeraljJ Office. 23-O TO on Ford St., west of Eound; suitable for dwelling. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. 20-6 TO rooms for two.respect- able men. Apply 1408 Ford St. 2Q-O FOE excellent furnished rooms, each suitable for two people; ,ihe house is strictly modern in every particular. Those 'wishing-' board ap- ply 425 Bartlett St. 26-3 of Ubt in MuiitoK iufcocTerritory, tad Britteh Qohuroto, nai lot term ol reftM it Of fl acre. Not more than MiO will be letted to one applicant v I Application for ICAM "ouut be made to the Agent or ol the district it which riffata ap- plied for are In lurveyed territory Ian-' muit be described by or gal of sections, tod in UQinrveyed territory the tract appli ed for-shall be staked vU'- Each application must be adeem pamed by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for art not available but not otherwise. 4 royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the ifline at the rate of five centE per too. Every of coal mituog which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each yew. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at the rate of an acre. for full information application ehould .be kade to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion: Lands. W. W. GOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N. publication bi this advertisement will not be pat? tor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO .partly furnished rooms, to rent. Apply 25 Argyle .Ave. Phone 124. 27-0 HOUSE TO rooms. Ap- ply to Ed. Kennedy, Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop. 28-O TO three-roomed cottage, on Ford Street, near the .brewery. Ap- ply Gustav Muiller, Brewery. 28-6 ARTICLES FOR SALE. PREMIER IN SYMPATHY. Melbourne, July Instruc- tions to R. M. Coulter, deputy post- master general of Canada, are some- what indefinite, he is unable to sub- mit any specific request In connection with the-'All Red Koute to the Aus- tralian government. Premier Flfrher declines to corrimit himself to any scheme until he has received further information but he is in sympathy with the project. NO ROOM ON TOP FOR MORE QUALITY for better quality beer than the Al- berta's Pride brand would wear out a case of shoes in the search for it. It is a dear beer to brew, an acme beer to it costs iio more for your purchasing than inferior goods. We deliver case lots right at your door free of extra cost. LETBBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Tenders Sealed tenders will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to 8 (eight) o'clock p.m., on the 18th (eighteenth) day of January, 1909, for the privi- lege of and delivering waier in the North Ward and all parts of the city outside of the water main system, the same to be supplied by wagons, subject to the super- vision of the Council. GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. 25-4 FOR Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 FOU N 4 weeks ago, 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand S on left stiffle4 color, bluish grey; reward for re- turn or information as to where- abouts. A. Carlson, Windsor Lethbridge. 18-30 light driving horse, both hind feet branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Lethbridge. 20-O light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 gauntlet; between South- ard's store and Whitney's livery. Reward given for recovery. Finder kindlv leave at Herald. 26-6 PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-28 ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetHkridfe Branch: Bloek, Helpath St. Any person who is the sole-head