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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JANUARY If, 11 C. P. TAFT QUITS CHURCH. Estranged From Pretbyterian Pastor who Criticized Brother. Cincinnati, Jan. 1J. Tuft formally left the board of trus- tees of the Church of the Pronbytorian, at u meeting recently. In His letter of resignation Mr. Taft also asked to be misused, as one of guaranteeing the salary of. the tlie Rev. Robert. L. Watson. The action of Mr. Tuft was the outgrowth of an estrangement be- tween himself and the Kev. Dr. Wat- son, which had its origin in a person- al letter written to a Chicago minis- ter by Dr. Watson some time previous to the "residential election, in which iht: latter expressed regret at the lib- erf1 religious views of the Presiden- tial candidate. William H. Taft.' A copy of the letter was later sent by a Chicago man into whose hands it.foil, to Charles P. Taft. a month ago Mrs. C. P. Tuft withdrew her letter from the Church of the Covenant, of which she had long been a prominent member. Mr. Taft's letter followed, but was not acted upon until the meeting of trustees, at which seven of the board were present. The resignation was! ace-opted with regret. j OF CANADA tapMaJ, lesl aitf Prtllls Exceed To Scud Money Safely use our Canadian Bank- ers'-Association Money Orders. They are ____payable ;inywhere in Yukon in the principal cities of the United States. They are convenient, cost little, and you run no risks. Buy Drafts for amounts over Telegraph and Cable Transfers issued. Exchange bought and .sold. Savings Accounts may be opened with deposits of upwards. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. AT THE LYCEUM. Brown, of the. Lyceum, has tin improvement in his theatre that will put it among the hijrh class playhouses of Western Canada. He lias raised the stage, both, floor and top fixture, with a fine curtain a-1-! sceniTv -shifting device above. A set'tionul extension which may be us'.'d for extraordinarily large, or productions, has been built was used last night cm acount of the boxing contest. It makes an Dr. Watson came hero a few years! large stage with this ad- ugo from a town in Pennsylvania. ciitjun. Commodious dressing rooms Mr. Taft said the facts were as above jriven, but lie desired no hub- bub about the matter. He and his Augusta, and a week there family have left for after' a stay of about will make a short trip to Cuba. are provided beneath the stage, where performers may find comfort be- tween acts, something that will be much appreciated by these people as so mam' of the lacking in thi: Western theatres are i respect. Electric Mr., and Mrs. Taft have been for bells are arranged to warn the players many years very liberal supporters of the church financially. i OUR CANADA'S WINTER York Sun) f the time of their act. Another tiring that has been added j to'equipment, .that will make for the j comfort of the patronizers of Mr. Brown's theatre, is a furnace heating apparatus of the best type. In vaudeville this week Marion We doubt if the world as represent- j Blake, operatic star, with a deep con- ed by those to.whom Canada's clim-j tralto voice, lead off the list with ate would make a particle of differ- some good songs. She is also a high 1-nc'.- is quite as ignorant as it is class monologist, and brought much posed to be by Canadians. The iinmi gration returns of that country for re- cent years show that hundreds of thousands of people were either well informed or willing to risk freezing applause and laughter from the au- dience. She answered an encore with a ''stunning and left, the stage amid roars of laughter. Dims worth and Valder, Irish come- to death, probably the former. auci are out of the MYSTERY AT EUREKA. SEED FAIR AT CALGARY Plenty Ot Prizes Offered To Attract Competitors DR. WOOD'S NORWAY PINE SYRUP In without an Equal tor COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS and all Affections of THROAT and LUNGS. All the most ecriom of the throat, the lungs and bronchial tubes, Third' Annual Provincial Seed Fair and neglect to cure cold very often for 1909, which will be held in the, of I somes Consumption. IJr. C.31.R. drill hull, Calgary, on i-'Cbru- way Syrup combines all the lung heal- in" virtues of the Norway-pine tree with ary 3rd, 4th and 5th, under the aus- pices of the Provincial Department of Agriculture, assisted by the Seed Branch of the Dominion Department of Agriculture. The to be given Last, night the Jvareka was shroud-1 to grain growers arc said to be the city and was making ed in mystery packed to the with breathless spectators, fur mysterious Fontinelle had arrived in its (his or otherwise) first appearance