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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIiniUDGE DAILY 11KKALU TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 MAXWELL WON BOUT AT FERNIE McCORMICK THE NER SHOWS FIGHT LUCCA TRYING TO INDUCE IFITZSIMMON'S CASE TINKER TO CHANGEJ HAS BEEN RESERVED AMERICAN AND NATIONAL LEA-.JUSTICE S6ABURY HEARS CASE CUE MAGNATES WERE SUCCESSFUL NOT OF THE VETERAN ILIST PUG- COBB B. 0., Jan. IS that the1 police coiiiiiiiskionfrs for iKlng, of Vant-ouvrr, is biwmlini; u Itw (his city tor year I'll nil! lip. :days with liii brother, Ur. J. II. Kraut ai'.J ilatnlJ Hu'Veulunh r ill rf V'''lh "'C .Mrs. W. 0. Adlaid Mailov. after an operation perlorir.rd Ijsl mixed turn vhidi runs wi ILc ivtd: in the St. Hospital. and Kimbnky brai.cli A number of installations anil a. delayed M-ute cielit h'jurs Tliutsday scvial fifflirg be held M the 1. to .1 ikrailiiienl i-f the JO. O. F. at the hall 'atenue Monday uifiht. >liss Marion NEARLY DIED OF STONE IIUHE BLADDER GIN PILLS SAVED HIM- 515 jAMisS'f., HAMILTON, ONT. years J was UVru dcmu with rrhit Uje IbiUmuii- HEARS OF FEDERAL'S OFFER KdbmSiMl tftuiufil fioni Montreal, where -j ha-l sicce suauner, jiv A i The Cuiibruok Tennis Club Not bury a( -Pavlov's siding Kiinlinley. suppled to be caasrd LI bad .jlholit their scaii-iuriulih' iiap.cc i.m Lumber CWUJUHY. iKr. l Wednesday ..vcning at the Masonic to C'tanhn "flhdlt. .Vigusta." Jan. t'oW> was loM at IflStallalioa will he -enUy that the Federal v ,M thf KnigWs ot i.j-thias ball Ti jdiv evening. Cjven, >pi'iil Kimrr 1.. Staples oi tin1 ;l Pii- 1 luck atid KMUS, ami diiheulty initi- ating and ihc attacks, became more frequent. lo unbearable 1 eoaU nut across ihe r. My read in thc papers abouli; IX LLS ami (or a L-oi. lrrum the very first, 1 felt tlial OlN i'H.I.S were doing The juiu rras iclieted a I py a thc a ttact s less club in Chicago fcad offered him ITf.OCO for five VCSTF. In six VicclcSj the Hloue in the Itlailder CUITIC I recall how 1 s'jfTtrtd ami SLOW now 1 am healthy ami a We lo wott, I cannot h ,i i i csincss myself strongly etiouuli wben 1M.I A very enable u as l k of whal O1N done brM at the Moose las', JOHN HKKMAN. wsdav evening "ben a rUss ut iiiir-1 GIN Fernie. B.C.. Jan. Max- J Jan. Hat. Xrw ''as FiUsim- o! JAW. v--ho Is to box-president il-c CLia, champion l-liark-y at f i-ariiiral week, List ticht met and d il Frank MoCorraacfc. to TicVer to or ia uire wjr.ds pvtth Brooklyn, tiespitc -Usl anrl Tuuker. Do rou get me Sloven Pri7t3 n-ill bo given for ilie moil uniiecomiaest outfit. Too are gwinc to get t'gethcr in the afternoon acd talk tiiinki over a lillle ML'' By (linger we want every bloomm' feller to lie en hand. The Jedge he Kill fine every feller and he Brants these here rules lived up to. IJc A Man wearing a collar will be fined. A Stan wearing a win to fined. A Mart weariug a Shine be fiaed. A .Man wearing a Nerr Suit will be fined. A Jlan wearing liair Ported In the .MMdel will be A Man who dees not wear a vrill be A Man caught dancinj wltu fhn same sirl more than oiite during evening he fined. A Mao caught biowing his nose on a wliUe liaudktrchicf will be flneii. Crlrls. we wact you to lookout anil leave yo'Jr glad rags at home. M'e QIH yoo Tyr gosh yo-j put en any finery, you can btt your bottom dollar on that. THERE WITH THE GOODS Thai coruroitcy uifins every gildorn think Ihty seys. jr.ij-.c- :o took a whole kettle full of keep your eye on A-jpty has commenrc'I to i-aos for (he sntcrou? I'any already. are g-ahr. cookcil'witb there jackets on and lots a'. otVv jrto] Mlw.s by gosh at C.M KM. to fan rlg'ot Ily [rid v.-aj-, t asci Con't ;.'j'J fijrgt.t H. Kami" Codil an'! M fei l.'.-Ueri Baling cent marshall, MtP. J. Roy must- the t-ounci! chambers at tie citr hall, dan, Mrs. .1. Roberts pillars. Mrs. evening officers were elrcleil DruAimrir.s. Mrs. Carapbfll, Mrs. Cal-ias follows: lion. President, lion. laljan and Mrs. Perry. i Price Ellison; Jlon. Vice-Pres., T. D. Thomas M.l'.l'., left M.P.P., A. K. Watts. 11. L. .day afternoon for Victoria to take T. President, W. S. ban- ihis seat in tire legislature. The even- to Vice-i'residcnt, T. .1. lloris Au- belore hts rleparture Mr. Caven ditor. S. L. Coop; Directors, J. A. s a guest oi the executive of the Pringle, T. B. O'Conr.ell, A. 11. Webb, j Conservative association at a ban- three years; A. H. Webslcr, W. Ham- quct in his lionor. which was given W. twn years; at the Koyal hotel. F. S. Hyciman, E. H. Mcl'hre, J. H. It is stated on the best- of author- McC-lu.rc, one year; To think of arranging passage for your friends and rotations In The Old Country wltom exi-ect to bring out in tho spring You can secure their tickets here and all arrangements Trill he inaile for their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE For information, rates, eta, apply to any FteaniFhip or raU> way agent, or H. E. LIDMAN. General Agtnt 349 Main Street, Winnipeg playing Junior Ontario Hockey Asso- :iatioti for I'arkdalo NOT TO. FORM NEW FOOTBALL LEAGUE WINNERS AT PINCHER MEASLES HERALD EARLY SPRING tlic Melbodist 1.831 the heading over au atti- I Jan' cie In Saturday's iiEue lo the ef- meeting was fceld on halu feet that a senior, football team at p-.m' he formed in -.he North aide 5bouH maielad, the members of the F'ropoFed ciuh wish to stale church, it being rally day of the VYo- i men's Missionary society. The pics [dent, Mrs. 11. V.'allon, occupied Ihc [chair. During the meeting, papm giv- Uns informalion on the mission work -at home and abroad were read by 51rK. .Mrs. It. 0. Allison, Mrs. T. Maiden, Miss llatt, .Mrs. Ciro. Topp, alter which a social hali hour Euat the team will be formed for the purpose of entering the city league, and not for the purpose of forming a separate league on the north side. was spent, i At the horse judging con'.esl, .BASKETBALL GAM.E CANCELLED jconriectioa r.itb the agriculliiral j school last week, C. II. Uoag, The hasketball game between thelcf F'ir.cher F.tatior., won Ihc gold Taher and y.M.C.A. teams, scheduled 'medal, and I1. W. Harrad, o! Hiock- for Thursday night, has been the silver ed. Thc local boys will lo j G. W.iiieil, was iickcrf in I AIr- wnilly ha: Magratli 6n Thursday instead, where breast by z horse al thc axricul- j sjicndlng [he lioliJay of tho Garden City'6 beat Inler-j fural school on FrMay last, was MABljSKEO I8W regaraca u THE and senior wi'il line up against theni. The local senlore have a strong additir.n to thc tn the person of Siedenbecher, and bope to hare no difficulty In annexing the 2ame. A good practice was held last rov to to his on .Sunday, Quite a- surprise given to the townspeople todar, Iheic bcir.R Tour places quarantir.cd for measles. Dr. Connor celchratcil his ImlMay on Saturdajr evening last bj1 Kiving a Warner, Alt.i., Jan. phorl course in agrJcuUnre got off to an fcxcfllent start this afternoon, about 12u farmers Leing present, and great Interest'In tlic leo lure on Perchcron Jioreee, delivered Mr, Lewis, Fiiperintondent of Fairs and Ir.FlIlulfE for the province. Indications aro tbat (he attendance will be- much" larger during tbo mid- dle acil estl of the week. The JaJies, tco. turned out in great force Tor the domestic economy !CL- turo by Miss Sttvcn. The Duncan Marshall ex- ptctcd to be here on Wednesday. Mr. Dave. Marshall, who formerly conducted a liardsvarfc fitorc here, was talipn to Hn-ipilnl on Fri- day nigiif, suffering from appcndlcttis. repoits fitale tbal he is dolnj: f.iiriy well. Mr. .f. T'. relumed after in the caal, TIic iiasekaU club gave a ade ball on evening. K likh was fargc-ly altenrled, anJ everybody re- jrfirts a good time. Tfie were many and varkd, but Mrs. lint- man and Mr. Jr., easily took the prixe Indians. to nap v'ntn Tiaving '.__ lives frlenfiu con-.6 out to CANADA FHOH THLJ OLU C005TXIT .eiied COHTORT twin lorerw tnird clan.onlr. TOM Vftre to the CANADIAN SERVICE 1911, fled aift replete with ttiry modern ImpfflTBtn-'iiii fSay R-Ilcrs you had bels of Ihc WHEAT AND RUCKER SIGN NBT Vtirk, Jan. Eo- fir.e {announced lodiiy that Zach Wheat and Pitr.ber N'ap Rnrker had ed to sign conlracls. TURNS DOWN THE FEDERALS St. .fan. tlic daucc. 1. IJJC avwa hi.n.i Your JlrH know what he j Bt.r "calchsr of SI. lulls'Amwl- j 'foBt. Jco Cook will iiot l.e tho to-A, btii. v.c nay import cnc from Taber. will toucb his iic-a-J to tiie klsrlllu' Midgr-t is to floor an-J he the bm floor manager this oi Spring Cojlce. AH ih-; boys up rounil (iisli Rixer. They ktov.-. Bring yo-jr lf l girl COICQ ptrty in'this vicinity in v.hlch to >n- vest. funeral of A. II. tiparber i00i( plncc on Salurd.iy last. (Juitc a num- ber of the Oddfellws1 Lodge marched to the cemetery, where th.c service of the OdiJWIows was conducted. II. Sparher, of [-ethhtidGe, was in town attending the funeral of his brother on Saturrlay. Hn is staying for n lev. days v.ilh his fclsler at Heaver S_. Orrmulum, Drawlnff Room, Open Other toni Ccrrylnsr oiMi (u) CatlA third claii only. 19L1) LACOMA (BCTT 1SL5) li.JSO tor.i AMi (10.000 Scrow Csrrylnf First. Secona and Class. The Cur.ftirl Cornpany ,-nB.lnlain services bctweOD Tork, Ouetnuto'srn, Liverpool. Boe ton. QyteDttown, Vlfhgufcrd. UvcrnooL New York, Addctlo. Tr.olud- Ing Iho fasteit In Uift world. "L-jiltaaW and tania. Now building' far frKB. to any or Hieamihlp Aftent, or S. B. M1TCHE86, Agent, Lelhbrldgc. at 21, 'H; ttar siia.p frariii, who, it v.-as waa about- Miss Grace Allison, of [to Join t-nc Kansas City KederrJs, lo-'is vlsitfr.g frlcr.'ls in day signed a two-j-rmrs' Mrs. Peter Ijpr son, ni Fish- the local jburn, .ir.ovcd to {owjitlast Mrs, tl.e young intends to do dress-making ar.d o; SI .LouSa who was ;al' ol seeing. Her SOD, Jack, incafaMtatttrfor IhR greater jan of Eclio filati. the stafion, jtlso signed for tfie coming season with tha locaV Na- OLDEST OLD-TIMER DEAD of c-lr: Oji at Hox ilolhr Man. w i ol jo-.irc f.umniin, LETH8RIDGE COUNCIL No. 5fl. lionaln.' UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELUERS, Burns for Now York Uticfl. N.Y., Jan. Jpfl fieMtr of the Xfiw YArk OLDEST OLD-TIMER Kdmonlcn, .Tan. McIJon aid, perhaps the old-timer In Western CtTiadn, Is dead, llo croaa etl tho many yc-irfi ago, many thrilling advfrnliirOft in lita ycucgcr tieya. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE IMS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOllt Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiei or other valuables in one of these boxes ton ptrnnrEii isronvATtoN WPIY 10 Lethbridge Branch R, T. Brymner, Mgr, ;