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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January THE LETHBBIDGB DAILY HERALD acres en bloc We own this fine tract near Cardslxm. water, best of grass, wheat in 1910 yielded40 bushels per acre. r We .will subdivide or sell cnbloc. Our -prk-eis-low have other smaller tracts scattered all over Southern Alberta. We own all the land wo offer for for that reason give terms you cannot duplicate elsewhere. If you want A Loan you should see us.. Farm Security Company AVhitney Block, LetlibriilgcY 'Doctor Told Her Did flot A Pint Of Good Blood In Body. Mrs. Dosiihe P. Cormier, Middle Sack- N.BM says: In the spring of 1897 I was nil run down, and the doctor told me 1 had not n pint of good blood in my body. 1 diltereat remedies from doctors, but they not seem to do roe auy good. After having taken a lot of different other kinds of meaiciue, and they did not seem to benefit me, i was almost in despair and not know what to do until my hus- band met a Judy'and told her.about my sickness and she told him to try Bur- dock Bio'od Bittws as she had received ihe greatest benefit from using it. My iuirfoond went and Ixnight me a bottle, und after having talcen it I fch better, keptott usinp one bottle after another Hntill liad'.takeu six in all and then I BROTHER IS IN ENGLAND As Ameri- ca to Search for Him he Reached Old Land- A reporter ot the Lethbridge.-Meralilj called again yesterday afternoon otn Miss CJarice Haymond, the 'young English girl whose search For her brolher, Cecil Raymond, a civil en- gineer, has lead her half way around the globe, and has attracted much at- tention in Great Pails, in which city she spent some time endeavoring to' nnd traca of her brother. I As reported m Herald, .Miss Raymond, is staying at tlie Leth- Dridse liotel, The first time the Her- ald reporter called on her she said she had found her brother but left the reporter to guess whether he was In .Montana, China or Timbuctoo. ,'J'lie BLACK THEATRICAL RL'THVEN MACDONALD AT THE MAJESTIC TONIGHT Cecil .Tonight at the Majestic, H. Ruthven Mac-Donald, and his celebrated con- cert party will make 'their appearance -wiiieh a boar in Lethbridge and no doubt, will ap-lneen unearlhf peat- before a large audience, which has been waiting patiently for their visit to this city. Mr. MacDonald, is known all over as Canada's second time the reporter called, she oecame finite talkative and" finally admitted that her whole search had turned out to be more or less of a ]oKc on herself. (Jn tfiis second visit the reporter carried with him a copy of the Great Kalis Daily Tribune of Wednesday, contatnlus a. two column scare-head j article entitled "Was iau Methodist Toronto, Mildred Gordon, reader and Mrs. H. Uithveu MacDonald, pianist, this grand party should make tonight one ot tbe finest concerts ever; seen in Lethbrldge. Every care has been ta- ken to have the theatre comfortably _ Btcbnjj and well, i am positive 11 greatest baritone, Miss Bertha May ,that mv hems alive to-day is due to the soprano, soloist, Metropoli- use of Burdock Blood Bitters. One spring since tht-n I was not feeling very uad had a lot of work to do. I thought J would procure a bottle of Burdock Blood Bitters and after 1 had taken two I was able to do a lot of hard wort-all the summer, I .never felt better in my life. in the winter of 1900 3 had Pneumonia, and it left me with severe pain in the left .side. Every morning when I would get out of bed I had to sit down for a-while it wsu to "painful. After I had used Burdock blood Bitters the pain disappeared com- pletely. It has also cured me of Weeding I have received so much benefit irom Burdock Blood Bitters that you may publish this as it may. help -others is it has me." Manufactured only by The T. ililburn 2o., Limited, Toronto. Out. BOW ISLAND NEWS Minto Ferro Raymond." according to boarding liouse keeper had unearthed wuo recognized a landseeKer nanicd Minto Ferro, whoj in Great Falls' some months as "tne missing man. Cecil Raymond. No, Miss Raymond hud not seen the "Black Knight' conie'io your, home 1 ;.Let_liw sho.w you the quick a easy way ic sliiae .the.stoves. Black Knight" takes v'ali-.iliehard.workantl dirty out of sieve polishing. there'is to .be J just.a few; rn'br. with cloth or brijigs'a shine .that "you'can'see your face snine lasts! Most dealers Iiamile and rccojij' KnJghl" fi'nvc I'olish, 'If your dealer cannot supply, it, seed IDC. for a postpaid. THE F.F. U ALLEY CO. LIMITED, 18 aj tr.e in 1" Shoe Pslith. article. -Might she be allowed to read "To say Ravmoud tout Miss amused as" she perused .the would he putting it mildly. She fair-j ly bubbled over with amusement. "Wno in the world is'.Minto "What Hbs they do tell. NEAR MONARCH heated and prices arranged to meet with everybody. 'MANAGING MILDRED" COMING TO THE MAJESTIC JAN. 30. Bo.w Island, Jan. W. H. M..S-, oi Presbyterian church, held "a bos. social on the 20th inst. Although ihe. was very coUl, quite a number.' oi people attended. 'Anderson, acted us chairman. A shorr. program was rendered, the town band playing several selections. Then iol- lowcd the sale of the boxes. The t-eeds anioutitcd to about 535. After lunch tlic atuiicnce stood and sang, "Praise from whom all blessings and then all went home pleased jwith the evening's entertainment... Confivmatiou services were held in. 'Hie English-church one day. last week. Several candidates were confirmed.' Tiic tV.tholic church .of this town are giving a "Chicken Pic Supper" on Thursday 2tjth, inst., for which over tickets have already been sold. Harold BeatUe and wife ot Maclcod, iiere osi a visa. Mrs. R-. Koss moved from town to- day to bar homestead, four miles north. Geo. Bruce ami family arc moviup ilo their homestead five miles south- fast of town this wcpk. A. Werts, -'as. Pvcul and W. Uoncs were Grassy La'Kc visitors this .week. Owing tn Tnr larscr amount freight handled here the f.r.R. a.ncw freight, shrti. To cure two inaidens all desire for the footlights, two young men wlio are interested in the girls, impersonate celebrated theatri- cal managers und try to frighten or disgust the historic "ambition entirely n 'from''the ladles' minds. The-compli-j He is. over there now. cations arising therefrom form a fun provoking plot through which a num- ber oC musical yems arc introducd and the whole represented .under tbe title, "Managing- Mildred" The Eng- lish opera singers, -with tlieir special orchestra are featured with the pro- duction which comes here- Monday, January 30th. at tbe Majesiig theatre. this and so forth. Wfien she had finished reading the article she asked tne reporter if she might' keep it. The reporter acquies- ced but added: "In return you tell me where you found your brother and where Ite is t "lu Lomkm, she answer- ed, "lie was -down around'. Great Kails -but-left- for London, ling., just about the time I landed on this side. Raymond did not leave .for Calgary yesterday but will probably j do so today. farewell, daney was given-in. the-hall on Monday c-yo." ing in ".honor.iol .Miss Silkey, -.vho is .Monarch. .As the guest, -of one of the most popular yoiins'-.' -Vjaciics in town the aance'-iyfas .-well aud one of tiie..m'ost icveuiugs .spent thai it bas of the young ;2iloflarcjii'tb' attend LAIDLAW FINANCES TWO COAL DEALS [Treasury Shares of Crows Nest and Princeton Colleries Placed j hpokane, .Jan. j who has been a principal 5n many oi'i jthe most important: coft] promotions originating- in Spokane, has just dos- eU up deals o! more than ordin- ary 'fjignllknnce. One affects a pro- jierty iti the Crow's'Nest. Pass coun- try and the other a large area oE coal at Princeton, U. i Ttie desl culminated I iii the to'.n ot Duluth ciiyiialisis; heavily interested' in the Masaba ii'o'n 'range, oi' a large block of treasury slut res in Coal Securi- ties; a cash pay and-the uliiinat1? In vestment ol'; nearly -The company-ow'ns-lT.OOh to 1S.OUO acres, .-iu-'-seveiv-proiiei-ties, along the south Fork ot the-Old-Man river, -arc tlie'eiie'nelons oi the eight producing" coal uiines iii ttat sec i'. 'ilie nearest of these properties the railroad is-tour niiies. from Bur- mrs -on tue .Ci'ow's Xest line oi' the u: X'bVaneii W miles ions will! facilities, to- all. oil Uiein. There -Wets. de- last. year apr-rbxiiaately "tlvery one-ot' them'-shows up good woi-Uable seiima of -bituminouB aiid cooKiag coal, irom -four to Zl leer in-thickness: -Four railroad sui'-. veys "tiuvu been ma tie into that sec- i tton antl' there- is-T'Osuiye- aso'j'rance liml at least one-road will he buih this year. Laidlaw- is presidem' ot..thl; coiujiany--.'and--.I: -l-'an-ell'-1 oE yeaaie The- or is J: H.: -manager-of the union Bank at -The other For Saturday we are making sorne tempting offers in our SKoe De- partment The goods offered all suitable for present wear, are this season's buying. Cloth Leggings All Liuiies; and Children's Fine knee or will be offered al a discount of 25 [or Bnturdny .These are, uset'iil able niid-seasoiTablc and should no t looked. directors are-George A. Frank and Hi-'AlwxJrtK oi -Dnluth, one br-the t'oreiiiost-iron-ore' men" in the OnUed States: In-negotiating this fleal -Mr. -Laidlaw associated- with ir'reit A.-''TCicholas. The Krine'etoU-.'CpUierles owns IS.-j acres of.coal lands" in the j Over Shoes at Cost BILLY TAYLOR AT THE MAJESTIC SIX ILLINOIS CITIES TO -VOTE ON QUESTION OF MERGING Tbe much looked for comic opera. Billy Taylor, which is billed to take place at the Majestic Theatre next. Wednesday and Thursday, ot" next promises lo be one of the big- gest successes of tbe season. Sorne of the finest local talent --will appear in. this bill and .Mr. Harper, who is pro- ducing this grand opera, is leaving no stone unturned to make it a huge suc- Business Men .Favor Movement to Conr Moiine, Reck- Island, and Four 'Others Under Commission Rule Moltnc. .III., Jan. movement ravorett by tne civic leagues and bus- iness men oY six 'cities lias been launched to merge Molinc, Hock Is- land, .blast Moline. South Hock Is- land, "suvis and Watertown into one municipality under the commission! lorm of government. This would give) of Letnbridge. and J. Bianchard and E.-.A. Brown, of our ov.-n. local talent. A dainty lunch was'served through, the kindness of Messrs. and Urcu, the of the Monarch The Sunday hignt and Monday's j train tie-up put-the school ana bank out commission on Monday. regret to have to report the death of Koelel Van Dyke, at his farm north-of a lingering ill-, ilic1 past twelve years. Nettie Urch is siienuing; a few days with Miss Ella Pcllietor of this town. is show- ing-ins appreciation of some of his besu underwritten by the british Canadian Securities, Limited, of A'ancouver, B! C., assuring suHi- cient and develop the property; to a stage where it is cap- able -of-producing1 300 tone of coal a Glen's oiie-'lni civic- ..V. }i i t Vvp strip .'ii lid buckle ]ilcu''sj over.shoc Womeivs overshoe Women's, bill toil overslioe overshoe lioys' and Girls-overshoes at low prices. Tlie principal' shareholders of this company are: Andrew Laidlaw, presi- Allayue Jones of Vancouver, James Whircomb, sec- retary-treasurer: George K. Mucdonald Co., Dr. A. K. Baker, 'C. S-. Douglan and V. Coons of Vancouver, flirectors. Felt Shoes ..l.i ii VG '.a, few pairs liaad -and Vill .clear same They oiu'at nmee by presenting them with z post-Christmas bonbons. A. Jeffries is able to be about. Ihe nouse' acain ?.srcv his severe atlacU ot" typhoid fever, and proposes to leave corporate city a population of al- SQQII cess. Every member has been work-! most luUfuOO. makins it the second in _ his strength ng night and day and ar. the rehersalj tbc in both'size and population.' rts FAMOUS NEGRO PASSES AV'AY ast night at tbe Majestic, everything j went off without a hitch and by nesday will give a performance as good if not better than ma'uy .profes- sional 'companies. When a reporter asked managfir T.uvner of the Theatre how he thought they were going to make out, he said I am surprised at the fine talent there is in the city, and I am sure that they will surprise many a local lady and gentleman who visit these performances on .Wednes- day and Thursday night next. Moline would be the cent.-? of tbe nd would no doubt contain the Rock Island, being the coun city, cltv Hall. oi arc ty seat, would retain tlie courthouse, while each city would have its own postoMce. A new name must be. ad-j opted if tbe plan Rock Is-' laml will not accept the name Holine. Klections will be held in each of j the cities before the end of the year to vote upon Uie merger. The amal- of the six cities would give HOLD MEETINGS! Death''Comes to Bishop Grant. Slave, Who WHS Born in Ox Cart KanssH City .Ian. "ij: Jfev. .Abralsam Grain, bishop f'.c rican Methodist. Kpiscopnl cnnrch. died ar h's homo in City. Kas., to- n-.siio'p Grant has" l-een ill i'o1' s mou'.hs, bur it v as tw moinhs tliat he "became unable to atiendjj K. I' Horn in siavcr> L.iKc City. Kioi'i-ii iJnnit io rhe notiiionj] in in? clnncn. An ex cirt WHS Mis iirs.jj lliginboihiim. Virc-j cradle, for U" v.-'as tuorci HL> -VP.S bonij .chic and Secretary I v.-nilc: tus had just, bcc-nj of the Citizens' Lea-- was iaiica to her ncv. We ha ve ot inp.n'.s-vuu odd siioes; in vica.Kia..bpx from Special nil per p.-iir- Kvfry- of sli pvef are "A STUBBORN CINDERELLA1' SCARLET FEVER IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Jan. Provincial Hoard-of-Health is much alarmed ov- er the prevalence of scarlet fever in iiie province. Cases now number many hundreds, and steps to check the scourgc'havc so'far proved ineffective. i'he corporate city the siate insane asy- ?uc, lielil :i mooli-ng On Wednesday i iier master. Him at Watertown. the Hock railroad repair shops at Silvis. the "A Stubborn Cinderella." soon to be presented in tbis city, is one of the later musical comedies by the aiuhors of "The Time; The Place and The "The Girl Question" ami "The Goddess of Liberty." it was produced for lite first t.hne in Chir.igo and has been a phenomenal and brilliant suc- cess ever since. The dramatic critics without exceoiion have been loud in their praise of "A Stubborn Cinderella'' A drastic Tvarninz has now been sent predicting many years of out to medical officers. ifor ir" !ts amhors havc supplied ucerc Ploiv works, tbe many automo- io arrange the programme! Mis father to be at. the forthcoming) r-.'iorr time betoro. nieeungi; of For the Jar.-j AS a boy Ho was sold several ii decided :o tnkol !io was old bile manufacturing concerns of this) nary nicotius _ city, and the Rock Island arsenal, aiidj up Hie question oi' street pa v ins. Ciiyj Drought jfK.uuo in confcdcrau: would make it the second manufacturing city in Illinois Tbe Children's Hair ingenious and aiuiisijia book lies nf tuneful and bright, lyrics The story of "A Stubborn divided into three scenes, For Your Hair Here Arc Facts We Want You to i Prove At Our Risk When the roots ot" ihe hair arc en-; tirciy dead ami iho pores of the scalp; ond greatest: Arnolrl is hcin? asked ;i; U.i. a tiiPo lui vvbsj s5 inois. i open the rncoHnc with a paper nn th.-ji to La'.cc City, he ?.Ueiicij g question. :o ho followed j mscussion. ;i He oi'daiii m aud fr3t. preached at t i-'or ihe meeting it T.--IS thought iiio niiOFtion of irce ville. thc-'carc anil gardens cl-nr towns. a sniiahJB snblcct anil, if provincial kruiror .'n ,Q hari bsen or o- Hc was r! :vT nil e.xpnr.sp o: Havocs, of- J'rte Kdwarri wn? Heri'.ii e'cirtc" rates (froin 5 und 5'-j cents to ami cents." 1- from Jus cune A Little Now May Save [irPt snou-ii15 tc campus of tho'coi- AJter Years of Rejrrtl mubus University, the second a rjil- ChiWren play so that the nsari 5n tllc far WCR- perspires and the has a tendency I tnird disclosing a view of Hie Nata- 10 mat and sticky on the scalp, torivim of Colorado Beach Hotel, Cal- ..and ffiter doeen't to re arc for lialdiicss. i rillf' ori "wl- It to the roots of the hair.j postponed stiiuulating to Mothers! Mothers xchy Zntn- Br.k is bo prfecTive lu cases of rashes, pimples and eruptions on jtiove tt. 'out the hair must breathe iifornia. while an orange fete is in pro- wil1 bc seen Gl Hkc 3t and irlll you to it. HlrSutone laosens up the ac- will nrurrlay, Feb. r.uTaiilated dust and anrt t'-e hair and scalp can then he -nslly und thorouchly cleaned. After it is dried srfvs another application of Hir- ButoneJ -After you -have used It for -O'J adtrtlt If is best TOU have" ever uscii. Tour N'yal Drus Ptoro will Chcci-ftilir suarar.tee HJrsu- tone to do tlist is cWmed for Jt. HI Friday and and Ith. "A Stubborn Cinderella." ran for one solid year in Chicago: -six months in NCTV York: in Bos- ton and Philadelphia. The company vrhkh is an exceptionally capable one. is headed "by Coir Aiberison pr.a Miss COLIN CAMPBELL TO RETIRE !r.c blood. You would no: ritation. remove rtandruff. prtvom the j hair from falling out. and promote an; oo. or lormailty tvc I hack to yon pvery penny yon for hand C'nlci of I'nlico (Jitlrsnir. All ns oi fnr WANT REV. DR. CRUMMY Kingston. Ont., -'an. .Sboii yo'ir child impure food? its Moort imperfect iJrcl to apr-oin: a chap- x- <'.j.. Liii.. ;lu- Hie Our machinery is of the latest modern our meos up- to-dats. Thst is why our flour is popular. ;