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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HEHALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1909. PAGE FIVE MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Pictures 1 She 2 Dearly Paid for Kiss 3 A Night Out Continuous Performance Prof. Kovarnack The Famous Violinist Miss Orma Orton The dainty soubretle Tippel Kliment Comedy Musical Artists B G PLANT IN THE PASS 1 The "Cambra" for Comfort... COPYRIGHT LOOK AT THE LABEL be sure vou drink- only tin-se .-beverages bottled by The re wing Malting Co Th s naun-i o.j a'bottle is a gilt edge that the contents absolutely pure and. be sure you drink only those they are the finest and best ated beverages offered for The Lethbfidgc Brewing .and Malting Company, Ltd. At 2 f or 25c. yon can buy this sbipe In Elk Brtnd loe Mining Company Making Ex- tensive Improvements At Coal Mine (Special News Service, The Herald.) Frank, Aita., NOV. West Canadian Collieries which operates mines at Lille and Bellevuc and is opening a new mine at Blairmore, has well under way-the construction ol a new operating plant at its Bellevue collieries, which when completed will constitute probably the finest coal mining equipment yet installed in The Pass. The plant will include the most modern appliances for the expe- ditious and economical handling of i MUSIC AND COMzDY An Extra Strong Bill at the Eureka This Week Manager Al. Morris of the Eureka Iheativ, has apologized to his patrons in u practical manner for a rather unsatisfactory line of vaudeville last by putting on this one of the cleanest and best all round bills i of this season, and Al's last night's megaphonic "guarantee-eve.ry-uet-0-i- the-bill-or-mnney-bH'k" was made good. I Prof. Kovarnack does not come un-J dor tlie ordinary classification of j "an artist." He is more. A freak of musical genius is more nearly the proper title. His playi-ig has a wierd, awf- inspiring something about it that can be felt, but not described. Miss Orma Orton sang several RANGES '.'I in both Iron and There is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE DAMPERS on the "Happy Thought" Range are patented features, so ensy to operate, that insure a perfect even heat in the oven with the minimum consumption of fuel. If you set your dampers right, the "HAPPY THOUGHT" Range retains the fire for thirty-six hours without atten- tion. If you then open your dampers properly you will have a bright fire in five minutes. More facts you ougki to know about this perfect range in our interesting for it. II AYR BROS., Lsca! Agents immi illli.U in it HIM 111 mi n i MI ij (Ml I ill ILLIAM BUCK OVE CO. LIMITED BRANTFORD, OUT. WILL GIVE UP SPORTS Pittsburg, Nov. account of j songs in a very pleasing manner. She; football fatalities Samuel! too, is a. higli grade musician in the superintendent ef the pub- j vocal line. i ijc schools of Pittsburg, took a decid- Tippftl Kliment, .comedy the game today and cians provt.'d to be the- thing in; js probabljj every influence will be j tlieir here for a long broaynt to bear for the suppression j coal ami when ready for for opera- Cornet solos> trombone j ol footban here. will Pnahli. ih- "rnmnW tn nut violin solos, With "J think fightl tions will enable the. company to put on thd cars two thousand tons of coal on an eight hour shift. The improve- ments complete will entail an erpen- accompaniment on a strange looking sjhting is a better said Supt. Andrews. many instrument that looks like a chaid j young men are killed and seriously j diture of approximately In detail the plant is to consist of man's a power house, steel tipple and equip- stronS features. and sounds like an organ, were the chief of their hits... The dark gentle- in football and the game' should be done away witih." Philadelphia, Nov. five I the Medico 1 'cello and violin playing were; {hundred students of I meat with scales and box car loader, j Last night's bill ..was remarkable j Chirugical College this afternoon de- stone lamp house, a modern one very commendable feature-1 cided to abolish all athletics at the house and machine shops. STAGE HELD UP Victoria. B. C., tendent of Provincial Police: F. S. was informed by telegram this morning of a hold-up of the Car- iboo stage by two masked men with rifles at a point three miles south of "150 mile" this morning and .says he will-rush men to take up the track at once. The robbers took a quan- tity of registered mail. Mussey says the difficulty will be to get men there in time to take the warm trail. He has no idea of the identity of the men. The government will possiblv offer a reward. BIG SALE OF COPPER New York, Nov. large' sale of copper, said to amount to pounds has maae by the "United I Company, the selling {agents of-the Amalgamated Copper I Company. It was learned today, that negotiations for still- further sales of the etal are under way. The price i is believed to have been a fraction I under 13 :cents per pound, .for electro- lythic or. high grade metal. .The re- i cent over, production of ctipper has caused no little concern among the and today's news was regarded as an important advance toward the restoration of better 'conditions in that branch of the metal industry. The power house, which is of stone, will be 42 feet by 96 feet in dimen- sions for the accommodation of boil- j ers and engines. The j-will contain two 150 boiler room .horse-power it was clean, absolutely free from any j institution, because of the death yes- offensive jokes, or anything sugges- I'terday of Michael Burke, a member tive. The big majority of people ap-1 of the college football team, whc> was Halifax, N. S., Nov. M. Bent- jley, of Truro, one of the leading busi- ness men of 'that town, accidentally j shot himself- on Saturday afternoon. J He died this morning. "Charles F. Murphy, who is conducting a strong campaign for the De- mocratic party'in New York City. boilers with room for two more of like capacity. The engine will be a 150 K.W. engine and generator with direct connection. The power plant will further in- clude an air compressor of 1200 pounds pressure- to supply three loco- motives, air haulage being substitut- ed for 'the present horse haulage, j There will also be a to I supply power for a new fan being; in- at No.'2 mine. The tipple plant will be all of steel on masonry foundations. The dump will" be what is known as the Green. No. 4, a double track tipple on which the loaded mine cars tun to the dump and are tippled automatically, the. empties running back on a separ- ate track, the entire work being done by machinery. The tipple will be equipped with an elaborate screen rig with gravity screens and picking ta- ble forty-eight feet in length. For the loading of box cars, the Christy loader will 'be installed. For the accommodation of the new facilities a new railroad yard is be- ing put in which will, include feet.of sidings. There will be two tracks in the upper yard for empties and three in the lower for loads giv- ing accommodation for sixty empties and seventy-five loads. The company is also double tracking the pit mouth in anticipation of the increased out- put when the plant shall be in opera- tion. When operations with the new plant begin, the company will put on the market, six grades of coal, run of mine, slack, egg, lump, special lump, and depreciated run of mine, thus be- ing able to supply any character ..of! coal the market demands. With the present handling facil- j ities the erage of 1200 tons a day Bellevue mine. With the new plant the tonnage will be greatly increased while No. 2 mine on the upper fold of the same seam as No. 1 is being opened up and within six months will add to the daily output at least 500 tons. The entry of No. 2 is now in about 500 feet and shows a spleadid quality of coal. The, coal from this opening dropped -to the main entry of .No. 1 through chutes and handled; over the new tipple. predate their omission. Rider Haggard's famous book, was -dramatized in motion pic- tures in a very entertaining series. injured in a game on Saturday. FIRST NEWSPAPER EDITORS DINE S. Ambassador! Reid gave a luncheon, at IN WESTERN CANADA Dorchester House today for Henry! j Wattersoii, editor of the.. Louisville editors of most I Story of the Founding of the First Publication in the West ..Fifty years ago the Globe, in a news item recently reprinted, men- tioned that the prospectus of a jour- nal to be published at Fort Garry had just appeared. The name of the I paper was to be the its proprietors were to ,be Mr. Buckiug- j ham from the staff of the Globe, and j Mr. Cold well from, the staff of the j Leader; the writer or'the prospectus was Mr. Geo. Stiepparcl, a former member of the Globe, editorial who also suggested the name. Of this trio Mr. Sheppard is still living near Boston and Mr. Buckingham is still, as; he has been for thirty years j manager of a loan company in the city of Stratford. Travelled via St. Paul The adventurous young proprie- tors., in fulfilment, of their announce- ment, took a printing plant with them by way of St. Paul, the only means of transporting from that point to Fort. Garry the old ox- drawn, Bed River cart. .Fort Gam' was then a mere hamlet in the way of population, but-as it was the chief post of the Hudson's Bay company it was the centre of a good deal of business' Moreover, th? setilenMtit established by Lord Selkirk lower down the Red river between 1812 and 1817 still survived under the protec- Courier Journal. Th of London's principal newspapers -were present as were also Dr.'Wil- liam Osier, Sir Heroert Beerbohm i nd Sir Charles Wyndharn. 't Forget To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN And Egtis. also Vegetables and Home Grown SiK-kling and Pork from oar farm. It is for you Also Fresh Oysters in season, any stylft to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. P-iv 1.0 i ie fort to promote colonrzatioo, if they man of iht! Anteope, October 1 to 30 We can supply you with everything ou want for hunting big game, and can even mount the game for you when you reltirn Come to a good, live-, up-to-date SPORTING GOODS HOUSE and get what you want at right prices The Letlibridie Sporting Goon's Companf Edison's October Records just in did not actually try to prevent i Prior to 1859 a strong "feeling .hart j} f thousandfi h, in Canada against continuation; F.York, N.'v. Emme-i; i i th' Pankhurst. founder and chair- j O'V n lat'T tli'-re Woman's s n Square. of _ n s Social and Po-j :v) n-n's suffrage move- iences and the cause in England and I- th. pi.r she ooujd about the .-s a r ception at the -women emancipation movement here. n t is needed The American wo- trembling men must work out their own salva- bafore the House of Com-1 in tVa. that this, spare, brown haired j tion. It is ray first visit and it is monopoly of the j battle cry mature establishment of the- Nor- wester. A compos.d o: j here first to Iccmre of her varied laws on the right of women." First Issue of Paper The first issue of the- paper appear- ten years to the Dominion of d between Christmas and New Year, I Canada, though the necessary ante- It was a f'ur-page weekly, c.-dent to that transaction was the well I creation of the Dominion itself tiiuij -----o- 1S59 It was a weeKiy, c.'uem, 10 inai irnnj-acuu i was tuc ui im.- handled: over the new tipple. I veil written and well I creation of the Dominion itself in i TO 1S70 an unl It is expected the new plant will be _ of; mj thftn cnt j tt in Deration hv the first of the year nuc-a W3'a ,_ ,.f _........ _, j.i__i that. rime, its nuoiiCi'tlon uau uiuca vuivj.MiiCiii- vi military t-xpeditions that were sent t-'-. suppress them, oome knowledge of the renl character of what was country to .Can- 1S70 an unknown through and that within a thereafter the Bellevue mine will be sending an average of tons of j coal a day to the market: U Ui. _; _ i verv short time I that time. Its puoii to do with the conveyance of the j been Hudson's Bay company's territory t much slower it wns but froin if two Kiel rebellions and the GTOWI arrivals past were men who had up in the eastern provinces. and who brought with them a prac- tical acquaintance with their institu- tional organization. Few men are in so good a position as Mr. Bucking- hnrn to appreciate the character of the change, that _hasv.passed..over the face of te west during the past half RACING MAN STABBED BY JOCKEY TIPPE> AND and Musical Artists at the Eureka UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block New York, Nov. hope is i held out today for the recovery ofj Robert L. Thomas, the Kentucky i lumberman and racing man who was j stabbed yesterday by Carroll Shilling, i one of his jockeys, in an altercation j said to relate to a contract between the racing- man and the rider. Shilling was arrested early today and arraigned in court an< held pending the outcome of Mr.' Thomas' injuries. Tho jockey accord- ing to the police, admitted the stab- bing, but decbrc-cl he did it in soli defence. Shilling that he and his plcyor wont to the stable at Sh heutl" Bay to talk OVIT turf matters' and that a quarrd followed. Tho jockey says that Thomas drew a re- volver and to save himself he stabbed the racing man with a penknife. Mr. Thomas was found several hours lat'-r lying on the stable A cot wns brought to the stable arid there wounded racing man lay all night i with physicians and his family in at- tendance. His condition was such that physicians feared to operate. Thomas was wounded in the stomach. Toronto, Nov. McGar- vey, a 7-year-old Strathroy boy, be- came entangled in a rope and fell in- to a barrel. Kc was strangled. ;