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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fHELETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1909. PAGE FIVK Edison Phonographs Are sold at one price all over We pay the freight. Why send away and pay extra We Have a big assortment of -mach- ines and records NOW The Sporting Goods Company Three Deaths At Magrath Years. Magrath, Nov. box social! given last Friday in aid of the Pres-j byterian Church was a great success. Owing to the snow storm many from the neighboring towns, who intended to come and take part in the pro- i gramme would not come. A fairly 4 4 4 Mrs- A. E. Brown, Ottawa.Ont., writes: Was i have had very Afraid -f- bad cough every of 4- winter for a number Consumption. of years which 1 was -i- afraid would turn 4 4" into consumption. J tried a great many gramme wouiu not come. A iauiy remedies but only received temporary good sized audience was present. I relief untij got a bottle of Dr food's There were thirty-eight boxes, which! Norway Fine Syrup, and after taking two sold from one to ten dollars, making! bottles'my cough was cured. I am never -n i without a bottle of jS orway Pine Syrup. a total ot i-lOS.oO clear. J J K The baskets were of various shapes, Too much stress cannot be laid on the fact that when a person catches cold it size and colors. Colored tissue pa-j must be attended to immediately or results may follow. Dr, Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is the POOL supplied "with the ST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io :uoi, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars' and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver per ami tinsel trimmings were the1 predominating materials used. medicine you need.' It strikes'at the A splendid programme had been foundation of all throat and lung corn- arranged bv the committee, which in- plaints, relieving or curing all Coughs, I .rune He eluded a number from Spring Coulee and Raymond, who on account of the storm were unable to attend. Not- REPRESENTATIVE PEOPLE IN FIRST PUBLISHED LIST Are you among them? The list of candidates iu the Herald's prize contest is published today for the first time. Read the list, then call on or write the Contest Depart- ment and enter your name. The con- test will now begin in earnest. The nominations received' so far are not only satisfactory, but very flat- tering indeed. The proposition has been enthusiastically received and en- dorsed by all who are familiar with t. 1 T T f f T T T T T T V Herald's Contest Prize List FIRST GRAND Gourlay-Angelus Player Piano. SECOND GRAND Winter Tour or cath. THIRD GRAND 25-foot lots in Parkdale. These prizes will be competed for by candidates in both districts. DISTRICT District No. diamond ring; one gold wotch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. District No. diamond ring; one gold watch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. the project. To give in prizes is no small undertaking. The prizes are fifteen in number and range in value from. down to the sixth district prize. There is no luck or guessing in this contest. The contestant with the and Consumption. So great has been the success of this j withstanding this, however, a good j wonderful remedy it is onlv natural that Cl programme was rendered. Mr. Bax-j numerous person have tried to imitate it.-j Qf yotes ftt the dose tcr occupied -the chair until the msist oa of the contest will be awarded the of the programme, when behave thei Pufc in a ydlow w platform to the auctioneer, Mr. W. 0. pine trees the trade price Miller. cents. Manufactured only by The T. Mr. Miller, after making a few Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Nov. exper- ienced her first instalment of genu- ine winter weather fhis week. The came down at intervals .during Friday night, Saturday and .'Sunday and by Mon-day morning the had worked itself up to the proportions of a moderate sized bliz- zard with the temperature several -degrees below zero mark. Today is 'rmuch milder and a large part of the snow, has disappeared. All trains were late during the storm but are now travelling on schedule time ag- ---'iLarge consignments of material for lie North Fork bridge are arriving weekly, and being teamed out. Mr. government bridge inspector, irom Calgary, -visited Cowley during given' by the Bishop or Calgary to the local clergy and adherents of the church. v The Bishop preached at the 'dedica- tory service on Sunday forenoon: In afternoon Rev. W. H. Mowatt lec- tured on the life of St. Chad, who has been selected as the patron Saint of the church. The evening service was taken by Rev. G. E. Gale of the Blood Indian Reserve. congregations attended at all the an d we understand the marks called on Mr. Fred Karren to j assist in auctioning off the boxes. Mr. j Karen was an ideal man ior the po- sition and kept the crowd in a good humor during the sale. Three deaths occurred in Magrath last week. Willie Baker, the nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ba- ker, passed away Monday afternoon. The boy had been suffering for some days with an attack of rheumatism and his death is" due to heart failure following. The funeral was held.on Thursday at the house. There is much sympathy expressed for the be- reaved parents who have only resided in Magrath a few months. Mrs. Shaffer, the wife of Mr. Jos. Shaffer, passed away quite suddenly Wednesday morning. to the' building future. J. Alexander the week to inspect the work being on the bridge. We understand -.good progress is being made. The ex-, tor piers are about com- and soon cement laying will be- rgin. Several .meetings have been held] lately by the hockey enthusiasts of j -.our town. At a meeting held on bat j evening a definite arrangement made with H- A. Gunn for the "building of a rink and it is a fore- gone conclusion- that a team from will enter the lists to com- pete for the championship of whatev- league is formed in the neighbor- hood. Rev. G. E. Gale, of the Blood In- dian the services in the Anglican .Church on Sabbath the absence of the incumbent at the -church opening at Lundbreck. J. W. Hicks, one of .the employees -on the North Fork bridge, was Brought into town on Saturday quite a substantial sum Cund of the church. Begue Millar close to Cowley and removed to the Coast a-few months ago, is renewing acquaintances in town, having arriv- ed from the Coast on Wednesday. Considerable interest has been tak- in 'the opening "of the new Church Church at Lundbreck. collections and contributions will add had been suffering for .about a year, and the end came after a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Shaffer is an old res- who sold his ranch Ment in Magrath and is %loved all who knew her. She leaves her husband and four children to mourn her loss.- The funeral'1, services held in the L. D. S. meeting Friday MONARCH Monarch, Nov. and' Cotton of Barons town Edward Johnson has-secured the ncy and .will-, build implement shed in' the returned yesterday from Granurn where he was on busi- ness. Work on the hotel foundation was for a short time "on account of the. but they are now busy putting the finishine touches -on it.. R..W. Grieve and J. W. Blanchard of the contest first Grand Prize, the Gourlay Ange- lus Player Piano, the one with the second largest number of votes will Get the Free California Trip or cash and the contestant with the third largest vote will get the two 25-foot lots in Parkdale, the new sub- division of Lethbridge. Each district has six valuable prizes to compete for, so it is possible for as many as nine prizes to be won in one -district. The Voting is Free. By free votes is meant, that beyond the mere payment upon subscriptions, there is no charge, but'that votes are allowed to every subscriber without any additional payment ,or cost. j These votes are issued in accordance Nominate a Candidate Early in the Contest Fill out the blanks early start is a good beginning, and often brings results NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED ,FOR ANY ONE CANDIDTTE I nominate........................................................... Address as a candidate in THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD Prize.Voting -Contest. Signed Address... Cut out this blank, send it to The Herald with your name, or the name and address of your favorite cand date. The names of people making nominations will not be diviilged if so requested. with the voting schedule in favor of iv an eey _ -til and twentv two nersons in the band ood tor a votes, the weekly! JUVENILE BOSTONIANS COMING It is with pleasure that Manager afternoon. "'Several relatives from j jr. Brown announces the appear- but of town were present at the Of the famous Juvenile Bosto'n- ians for next Tuesday and Wednes- day nights, November 23 and 24. This organization of clever girls needs no introduction to amusement seekers of Lethbridge. It might be added that are a little larger, a little older have rented thp Davidson Hall and intend holding semi-monthly dances, the first one to start on Friday, the 19th of Nov. Mr. Reno, our station agent, ar- rived on Saturday last -and will have ill. Dr. Johnston of Lundbreck was tcmporary station here ready phoned for and diagnosed the case as j busincss ;n a [cw- dayS, He is a very eral services. The six months' old child' of Mr. and: Mrs. A. Norton, died Tuesday morn- ing. The funeral services were held in the L. D. S. Meeting-House. Friday afternoon. Mr. Melville, a carpenter on the new school, met -with, a rather bad accident Monday. He slipped and fell into the basement, breaking his wrist and receiving a severe gash on his forehead. Ben Hood's residence narrowly escaped destruction ay lire on- Sun- day evening. The roof caught fire around the chimney, hut the fire was discovered in time to extinguish be- fore it did much damage. The. first snow storm of the season struck here last Wednesday night and .we have had a foretaste of winter. two years, much joy but a little better. 'Their appearance at this time, after an absence of over should -be heralded with as no organiaztion ever playing the West ever afforded more wholesome fun and to young "and old as -did these clever children. Babe Mason, the shining star of the company, has again been some candidate selected by the'pa- .tron. A ballot will "be published in the Daily and Weekly Herald- daily good for ten. votes. .Write the name of the candidate you wish to vote for on the coupon. Send or bring it to the Contest Department of the Her- ald, and it will be added to the score of your candidate. A ballot box at the Contest Department is in readi- ness to receive newspaper ballots, cer tificates for votes issued with sub- scription and nominations. Receipt Books Candidates and their friends should call at the contest department and secure books so that they may start at once to scet the votes which will WILL BRING THEM BACK'TO CANADA Washington, Kbv. a band of Chippewa Indians, said to belong to .Canada, have'been rounded "up in' Montana under the superintendent of the Black Foot In- dian reservation, according to infor- j mation received today at the interior the department. There are one hundred who have' been roaming around the country living as best they could. Next spring they will be taken back to. their reservation in Canada. HARp LUCK His Only Remaining Possession Kick- ed Man to Death Pittsburgh Nov. James Edmonds of Washington1 county is alleged to have deserted fcer home recently, taking -with, her the house- hold effects and ;five head of 'cattle, but leaving behind an old mule. Ed- monds preferred a charge of desertion against Ms wife and larceny f against a Pittsburg man. Early mule, Edmonds' only remaining pos- session, kicked him, causing Ms death shortly afterwards in a 'hospital. win. them a costly prize. you will start to work have something the to The sooner sooner you our credit, and -OUT friends will appreciate that you are in earnest when they see the votes vou have gained. For the purpose of the contest and-j in order to equalize competition the' territory has been divided into two districts, and the candidates in each compete for the district prizes. The MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED -i -THE their com- edy "When the Cir- cus Comes to Town." THE WASHER Boxing Midgets.'- Funniest "act in vaudeville. f- GLADSTONE mony singers and. dancers. Featuring their own origin- al acrobatic dance. Pictures 1 Duke De Guise 2 French Traininf Ship 3 Chivalrous Beggar Continuous Performance Miss Ethel Wright entertained ab- out twenty-five of her young music pupils on Monday evening. were treated to a sleigh ride in thei secured and will more than delight her auditors with her funny songs iwi _ _.....p------ ___ and her-comic antics." The tinkling j contestants in both districts compete and caitchy songs which are' heard on the street for many days i after have invariably been furnished y afternoon and at six o clock were gi- {leer-hunting. Fred -brought a nice buck down, but on going up to dress pleurisy.'..He was under .the doctor's j wciconie resident to our town. -care for several days in the Cowley! procj and part" returned House, but has recovered sufficiently from tllc hiljs wnere -to be, taken back to the camp.' Miss E- A. Edgar, of Preston, Lan- Eng., arrived in Cowley the deer jumped up and made oft. Saturday. Miss Edgar is an exper-J After following it for several miles ienced public school teacher, and in- j Fred made up-his mind that he did tends taking up school work in Al-'not want that particular deer. "berta after Christmas. In the mean- time she is visiting with Mrs. Machin near Cowley. A very successful sale of work was litld by the ladies of the afternoon, :which vcn a thcv were out i George Tomlinson by this company and among the bright sparkling numbers to be offer- ee! Luis time are "Whistle If You Want Me "I w ,n I, c i Wonder Who's Kissing Her hot supper at Miss Wrignt s How Did The Biro. Know That., and dancing. has returned There-' also famous Moonbeam Quartette, and home. After supper the evening was spent in playing When a. cold b system, will take several treatment to cure it. and the best remedy to use is Chamberlain's Cough Thursday evening. I Remedy. It will cure quicker than netted j anv ot-nei% amj aiso leaves the system from his trip to Utah and California. Bishop Harkcr and family left on Saturday for a visit to Uiah. Mr. Harker and his two sons, Earl and j Lynn, will return by way of Chicago j where they will visit the Intcrnation- j al Stock Show They expect to be awav about a month. Edith McClaire, the yodler, will ren- der some new and most pleasing num- bers with appropriate effects and cos- them hundred dollars. Atjjn'a natural ami healthy condition. the close of the sale a reception was' Sold by all DESPERATE SUICIDE Rochester, N.Y., Nov. jTheler, fifty-five years old, proprietor Florence Forsythe entertained i Oj the Crystal Lake hotel at Crvstal a number of friends at her home last j N.Y., this morning went in af____ boat to the centre of the lake with ai3 months SI.00 heavy weight about his neck and jumped overboard. His bodv fcas been recovered. No reason is known for the suicide. ASIATIC IMMIGRATION AS VIEWED IN BRITAIN !BST1NATE SORE! I and bruises are often very obstinate in refusing to heal. The edges of. the wound remain inflamed and sore, and there is a daily danger of disease-germs settling on the raw flesh and giving rise to serious complications. Thus, neglect or improper 'treatment'of an injury, be it a cut, burn, scald, or even a simple scratch, is a menace to life. In cases where wounds refuse to heal quickly, nothing but Zam-Buk will suffice if the skin is to be made to grow naturally and perfectly once again, Zam-Buk rubbed gently over a wound has the remarkable effect, not only of rendering the wound proof against disease-germs, but of growing new skin-tissues. Thus Zam-Buk heals wounds in a perfectly natural manner, and the possibilities of eczema and other torturing skin-diseases are entirely prevented. Possessing rare medicinal properties, Zam-Buk accomplishes what ordinary ointments and salves never can do. and its ever-ready character, constant reliability, and absolute purity, render it distinct from all If vou dress your cuts and sores with Zam-Buk you will never be troubled with the wound, that would not Of all Druggists and at 60 eemtt a box, or three for London, Nov. Asiat- ic immigration in the House oi Lords the Earl of Crowe, secretary of state for the colonies., said that all would be glad if British subjects all over the world had equal access to His "Majesty's dominions, bjut any one who had even the slightest acquain- tance with opinion in the great over seas dominion knew that was ideal which could only be obtained at a j very distant date. He saw no soften- I ing- of opinion in that direction, but i .rather signs of hardening. They all i regretted that, but they could not i force upon Dominion's policy of kind 1 which they .were so strongly opposed. CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale 1 to Dec. 31, in-i elusive, good to return within three months. j _____ Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be. on .sale! BAD STORM RAGED froin ,NflV 2I ,1IK, limited to five ON LAKE ONTARIO! months from date of issue. j Finest Equipment. Standard First j for the three grand prizes. District No. comprises the City of Lethbridge. District No- a comprises all terri- tory outside of Lethbridge. For further information call on or write the Contest Department, Bryan Block, just around the corner from the Herald Office. Contest Department is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday until 9 p.m. The following number of votes will be given with each subscription. Cer- tificates for votes are issued only when cash payments are made. The price of The Herald and Votes given: VOTES New Renewals Daily by Carriers, Lethbridge 350 6 months 2.00 1000 1 year 4.00 2 years 8.00 By Mail: 3 months -85 6 months 1 year 3.00 2 years 6.00 Weekly Herald: If. months ................75 I I year 1.50 2 Wars 3.00 LYCEUM Entire Change THURSDAY NIGHT Deioy's Comedians in 3000 9000 350 1000 3000 9000 500 1500 4500 250 i 700! 2000 i 6000 250 700 2000 6000 300 1000 3000 New Songs New Costumes Popular Prices Seats on Sale all day at the Arcade." 7 p.m. Lyceum Box Office After 1 I I I i Lame back comes on suddenly ;md is extremely painful. It is caused _by rheumatism of the muscles. Quick rclk-f is afforded by applying Cham-j brrlnin'- Liniment. Sold by all drug- Anything and Toronto, Nov. of the worst gales and storms in memory occurred on Lake Ontario last night and this morning. All lake passenger and freight traffic was held by a fifty mik- an hour gale. A solid two story brick and stone house just built on Gerrard street was ..blown of! its foundation andj turned over by a fierce gust. Thei Cfess and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through .Trains. Compartment Library Observation Cars on "Imperial limited" and "At- lantic Kxyi-ross." Show Cards and Price tickets Through Express Trains Daily 3 FREE. I Seed this coupon (with ic. to corer rtturn Zam-Buk Colborne 0___ "lORONiu waves arc going over Winnipeg daily at 22.40, mau-j ling connections Toronti) for fill i points East and We-t thereof. at Eastern pier. Croup is most prevalent during the ilry cold weather of the early winter motths. Parents of young children should be prepared for it. All that ievneedcd is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it, has never thom. Sold oil druggists. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- nipeg daily at 18.15, and thtv "Atlantic Express" at daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agent for full information Market affords a.t all hours Chow Sam Co. RESTAURANT TT The kind we make are so attractive that they draw people into your store. t Our work has snap, originality, quality, artistic value. Prices Always Reasonable. II Prepare for the Christmas trade by order- ing a stock of signs and. price tickets now. Introductory Offer To get our goods before the merchants we make the following offer: