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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 19. 1014 THE LETHBRIDHE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Public Notice You arc hereby notified that, commencing with Wednesday, January 21st, and until further notice is given, the White I-.ine cars will both be run in the same direction instead of opposite directions as at pi*esent. The >^Tiite Line will have a schedule of l(i minutes instead of 18 minutes and the Red Line a schedule of 32 minutes instead of 3 as at present. Arthur Reid Commissioner of Public Utilities WHAT THE PREM AGENTS HAVE TO SAY OF THEIH SHOWS DISTRICT NEWS FOREMOST .PorsBiott, Altat^ Jan. 16.-Great. �tep� �re being taken by the newly-tormed board oC trade to induce the Canadian 'Pacific railway to favor uh with a tri-we�kly mixed train. Conny Nowak, the one time profes-�ional ibitllard player, but now a laneher, spent Mon�lay and Tuesday In town. O. R. Cobuni of Warner, is regrig-tered at the Foremoet Hotel. Mr. Wiok Is biisily engaged building a hamew �hop which he intends lo rent to Jfr. R. Gardner, hamesa-inaker, of Bow Island, The n�rw Poromoet post office o(>ened January ISth and Mr. H. B. Hunt, the postmaster, expects to do a ruahlnr (business. He will not be disappolated. Mr. J. E. Carter has been aippointed to carry the Foremost mail from Bur-dett Tueadaya and Saturdays. There is yet another addition to the pipoflperwus town, tfiis time in the form of a Wooksmitli shop which wiH toe operated by Mr. Norton. Mr J. O. Nelson, representing the Elltaon MiUins company of Leth-brlg*, is in town this 'weefc. .H. B. Hunt made a ibuslness trip to Btirclett on Friday last. GLENWOOD Olenwood, Alta., Jan, IS.-Mr. Rob-6rt 8av�(e has taken over the busi-neaa of the nrm The Olenwood Stores, formerly operated by Mr. Kdwln Savage. A lively time was spent at the home of Bishop Edward Leavltt on 'Wednesday evening, Jan'uary 14tb, ,by the young people of Glenwood. The of-ficera of the M. I. A. 'were entei-tain-Ing all the unmarried members of the Mutuals. There were about thirty coQjAes present and all unmarried, oxeept the officers of the Y. Jl.and T, li. I. association. The Workman ordliestra will play for a dance to ibe given in Glenwood on January IB, There are eight pieces in the oroheatra, all Work-man*-levea brothers and one sister, Jake, Jack, Joe, Ike and George are all vtollniats. Will plays the trombone, FVsnk the comet and Lily, the sister, vlays the ^piano. ililr. *bA Mrs. ? ? > > : : !. The Pirates at the Empress The special two-reol Vita.graph feature "The Pirates." which Is the head-liner at the Empress, i.s a comedy drama full of Incident and laughter. The board of directors get themselves kidnapped at sea for the sake of the advertising, and they surely get if, the screaming fun in the bathing scene is hard to beat. "The Loving Brother" is a grand story of the west that will imdo\ibted-ly prove verj- interesting to the patrons of this theatre. .'Vmong many bea.utlful scenes are some remarkable ones of immense herds of sheep and cattle. "In Old Dutch Day.s" i,s a very pretty and pleasing story of love, cruelty and fairies, and is sure to be appreciated by o'id and young alike. On Wednesday and Thursdav will be presented the sensational two-reel Kalem production, "Tho Vampire," by that great novelist Rudyard Kipling, featuring Bert French and Alice Els, in the "Vampire Dance," a performance that has carried their fame round the world. This great photo-drama has created a great sensation wherever shown, and has the unqualified recommendation of the management, * Fun at the Sherman The first amateur night on Friday last was a distinct success and one aspiring amateur In Jiis effort.s to gain honors was screamingly funny. Master Kingston has a very pretty voice and his rendition of "Daddy" was thoroughly well received. Mr. Slnan came second and endeavored to gain first prize with "Silver Threads Amongst the Gold.'' The operator to Infuse something into the fun threw a spot light on this number and the gentleman made his hit by the "Light of the Silvery .Moon," his endeavor however Ynet with ar(proval. Ilhe closing number was the most fun, a foreigner electing to present an Italian monologue which created an uproar, after many efforts to find tho winner, the prize of five dollars was equally divided between Master Kingston and the foreign gentleman. Next Friday night the amateurs will again hold sway .ind competitors are asked to give iln their names to the management at once. Woolford, Alta., Jan. 16.-S. G, Pui^ nell put in the foundation last week for a four-roomed cottage. W. B, Ya'ncey of Cardston was the builder. On Wednesday evening a surprise party was hekJ at the home of Mr. Brooke. A most enjoyable dance and lunch was given. Among those in attendance were: Mesdames Z, Alns-cough, T. MnTighe, 0. Daines, A, Taylor, Misses Violet Bishop. Fanny Jfc-Clung, Emma Taylor and Messrs. Orson Daines, Lewell Taylor, A. Taylor and J. McTlghe. H. C. Briggs was at Raymond and Magrath laat week taking part in | "Queen Esther" which was put on there. He reports good audiences at both places. Elders Skriever and Jensen af Aetna were visitors last Sunday to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints aK home missionaries, and delivered addresses. Mrs. P. B. McTlghe, who has been visiting her sister in Minneapolis, returned last week. While away, Mrs. McTlghe underwent a successful op-oration for appendicitis. Mr. Lcwltt Taylor eipects lo bullil on the Woolford towusite early in the spring. A dance was held Iti thi^ school house last Wediiasihiy ni'^lit. Therti was a good crowd :uu! :i good time. Thursday was elfctii.u hut at the time this reiiov! loft Woollord. tli',; results were not avaiUihle. .Mr. John NelKon, the rctiriny member of the board, i,-; away in t,,'tal\. A lively elec- tion seems to be under way. The I names of W. G. Ain.scougli. .John A, Johanson and .:Vlou',(! Local ............. Local............. 11 U2 .11 -.64 ,�.47 .4.35 ,15,20 .15,50 ,'iy.l.')' .ifl.:i,i - ,14,15 DUE TO DEPAKT .............. fi.i ..............i,'->.:in ..............IQ.OU ............... ii.au .......17.4,-. .i.....l5.4S ;