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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, (Ml. FIVI Seats Now on Sale 25c 50c and 75c GRAND OPENING LYCEUM THEATRE PROF. FRED Di- rsctor, Lyceum Theatre ROSE Soloist, Deloy Comedians in The Merry Widow, Jr. Permanent Feature Five-Piece Orchestra 15 People thing New Change of Programme Night Every Other v The .Public are Invited to Inspect the Theatre BRQWN AMUSEMENT CO.; LTD. 'Proprietors Highest Class You Can't Afford to Miss it Seats on Sale at "THE OppQsM Lyceum Theatre FRED'K W. BROWN, Mgr. RICH NEW YORKER DIED OF WHOOPING COUGH Left Largest Single Contri- bution Ever Made To Charity Nov. Stewart Kennedy, one of America's little- tnown rich men, who died of whoop- ing cough in his New York residence on Sunday last, left bequests of more than twenty-live million dollars to re- ligious, charitable and educational in- stitutions, in his filed for pro- bate here to-day. The gift is tin: largest single contribution of its i kind ever made, and the beneficiaries include educational and church insti-1 tutions, north, south, east and west, in the country, and abroad, sixty in all. vNearly hall" of the' tv.-cnty-fivc mil- lion dollars goes to institutions con-i nected with the Presbyterian church, j o-f which Mr. Kennedy had-been an ac- i tive member for many years. Other large beneficiaries include the Ameri- can Bible Society, the Metropolitan Museum oi Art, the New York Pub- lic Library, the New York United Charities. Columbia University. Rob- ert College, Constantinople. Aside from these gifts Mr. Kennedy left approximately thirty-five million dollars to his wife, his relatives, and a great number of friends and em- ployees. The widow's share will be about sixteen million dollars. All of the testator's employees receive gifts of rrom five hundred to two thou- sand dollars each. The charitable, religious and educa- tional institutions which receive the largest bequests are to share tli-e res- idue. of the estate left after definite gifts of approximately twelve mil- lion dollars have been -paid. Their shares are estimated by the council for the executors as follows: Prcsbv- tcrian Foreign Missions, Presbyterian Board of Home Mis- sions, Presbyterian Church Extension Fund, prrsby- terian Hospital, New York, Robert College, Constantinople, Presbyterian Board of Aid for Colleges, Metropolitan Museum of 'Art, New York, 000; New York Public Library, United Charities, New York, American Bible Societv, Charity Organization Socie- ty, New York, 'The smaller gifts are made by spe- cific bequest as College Amherst Williams' College, Dart- mouth College, Bowdoin College Hamilton "College, 'University of Glasbo-, Scotland, ('where from my infancy I resided until I came to this country') Tuskegc-e Normal and In- dustrial Institute, Hamp- ton Normal School, Lafav1 "ette College, Easton, Oberlin College. Obcrlin, Ohio, 000; Wellesley College. Bar- College, (Columbia University) Elmira College for Women. Elmira, N.Y., NorMifield Se- minary, Northfield, Mass., Mount Hermon Boys' School, Gill, Analytic College. Mar soven, Turkey, Syrian Prot- estant College, Beirut, Syria, 000; American School at Smyrna, Lake Forest Univer- sity, Lake Forest, III.. Cen- tre College, Danville, Ky., JBerea College, Kentucky, .National Academy, of Design, New 'York, Presbyterian Board of Relief for Ministers, S30.000; Presby- terian Home for Ministers at Perth, Amboy, N.J., Presbyterian Home for Aged Women, New York, Fresbyterian Board of Mis- sion for Freshmen, Bible House of New York Bible Society, Young Men's Christian Association of New York, Young Women's Christian Association of New York, Presbyterian Board of Mis- Children, Bar Harbor Medi- cal and Surgical Hospital, Bar Har- bor, Maine, Sv. Andrew's eiety of the State of -Vew York, 000; New York. City Mission and j Tract Society, j The sum of is given to each i of fourteen other institutions. i The long list oi gif's is prefaced in j the by this brief paragraph: j 'Having greatlv prospered in the i business which I carried on for more, than oO years" in iliis, my adopted country, and being desirous of leav- ing some expressions of my sympathy, with its religions, clmritable, benevo- lent and educational institutions, I make these gifts.' Mrs. Kennedy, besides receiving the million dollar New York residence, the summer home at Bar Harbor, Maine, and the li- brary and are collections, also inher- its under the terms of the will, 51.- in cash and a share in the residuary estate. Nov: J. Snelgrove, prudent, of the Ontario Horticultural Association, in his address before the! members of the association this after- j p.oon urged that the association tnke j action to tret legislation through the legislature at the coming session to do away with the bill board monstros- itv. ARSON CHARGE DISMISSED illnnipy. Man., The wrcre of preferred against E. ole by Louis Bc-ssanaiit, was today by Police Magistrate Shan- non. The trial lasted ovvr a day. It cioiirly i-stablishod that the: lire of incendary origin. The, evi- IfriXT failed however to bring the eh.irs.'" home to the accused. Have you on some part of your body a sore, or eruption, or ulcer, or eczemous patch which, hidden gaze of others, yet causes you hours and hours of j d incon- venience? Have you tried this, and other remedy in vain, and are you feeling disheartened and dis- couraged If so read, the following instances of Zam- Buk's healing power, and apply it to your case: I had an ulcerated leg for several years. The ulcers spread all round the limb, which was iwollen to nearly-twico its normal size. Sereral doctors treated me. One suggested amputation. "None did me any good. Zam-Buk healed sores So says Mrs. Gilmour, of Princess St., Kingston, Or, rea 1 this My mother tried many things for abscesses and but in vain. In she found a complete cure." So says Miss A. Coggill, of WapellA. Sufferers frcra these Hidden "Ssir, Troubles of an" natnre shcr.ld bv inch experiences this. is at its best when applied to cases hich havo defies ardinary treatment. Write for trial box, and test it Send tbia coupon nnd Jc stamp to Co., Tor- onto, with name of thiRpaper.and free trial box will bo mailed yon. ZAM-BXJK AND A OF Over and over Zam-Bak has per- formed a miracle of healitig when applied to sores and skin injuries which have refused to heal under any other foi m of treatment. Why not let it heal your trouble? Immedi- ately X.am-Buk is applied to a eore or wound or diseased portion of flesh it commences its work in two directions. It anointa the ex- terior, and its antiseptic prevent any germa and bncilli from creating trouble. Then the herbal essences and juices so finely puriiicd and concentrated, penetrate the subjacent layers and stimulate the weakened or diseased cells to Active, operation. Theso cells then put forth their Building" products and rcpi ce tho diseased outer layer with fresh and healthy tissue. By degrc-js the whole diseased surface is thus i Ly new healthy skin. In this way Zam-Buk cures bnma, ulcers, abscesses, itch, eruptions, pustules, scurvy, salt rhontn, blood poison, and other forms of skin trouble. Zam-Bulc also cures piles, varicose ulccru, etc. All druggists and sell, at 50cper box. or from Xam-lJuk Co., Toronto, for price. G hoxni VALUABLE PAPERS GIVEN TO GOVERNMENT Ottawa, Nov. Canadian government is the recipient of a most important gift from the British war office. It is the original correspond- ence sent by governors general to the British government during the period 1791 to 1840 in which Upper and Low- er Canada were separate provinces. It is officially the story of these days and inasmuch as in the correspond- ence the causes which led up to and events during the progress of the war of 1312-14 are voluminously dealt with it is regarded as of great archieval importance. The relations which preceded sign- ing nf convention in London in 1813, regulating privileges in U. S. in Brit- ish North American fisheries received much recognition. Dr. Doughty, chief Dominion archivist, says the papers will 'hyve the effect of modifying in some- senses and correcting in others. MANY DEAD HORSES The following is -a list of losses paid', by the Stock of B. C., dur- ing October, 1909: M. G. Gonnally, V. SI, Vegre- ville, Alta. 700 George Silzer, Balgonie, Sask.. 100 N. .G. 100 Janse Bros., Stettler, Alta. 133 A lister Bryce, Wawota, Sask. ,100 J. E. W. Jon.es, Cranum C. W. McGillvray, Vancouver 500. W. L. Thompson, Spring Coulee Karl Lfibel, Pilot Butfce, Sask. 150 Y. Onagi, Vancouver.......... 266 3. Thompson, Chilliwack, B. C. E. C. Fyke, Moosomin, Sask. Lynn Valley Lumber-Co., Lynn Creek, B. C................. J. Butonschcon, Filhnore, Sask. D. D. Honey, Swift Current J. Welhvcoil., Rouleau, Sask. 15 100 250 100 120 100 P. A. Bronmer, agent, Lethbridge. Pictures 1 Pair of White Gloves 2 Fountain of Youth 3 Haunted by Cops Continuous Performance Vaudeville The Ozavs Comedy Novelty Jugglers Billy Lloyd Eccentric Comedian POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io ;ool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barker Shop in of Oliver ;