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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page -THE LKTHBKJDGE DMLY HERA1YH November Turn a Draught to Good Account Often'in winter you dare noi open even though the room be warm, because the cold air makes a draught tliat is dan- gerous. With a Perfection Oil Heater there need be no danger from draughts. Open the lower part of the window put the Perfection Oil front of-it, and the cold dntlfkt will be turned into a current of fresh air. "The MARKETS X Liverpool Cattle Liverpool, Nov. "lingers! i and C'v-nipany n-port m-tv'today u'lai j pria's. on ihi1 Jiirkeiu'iead i kr! show" a rfflwlioa of from 1 I wi is ail round. ThnvAvas a. fair cie> i made-lor really good cat tic, but lhv' i unif of llu- iiiaVki-L was not xood ;uul I rough may be hard u> dispose I of 'Quotations as follows: Stairs 'steers from 123. to 131' t'ana-I dians Trom 11 to 15J cents: ranchers from lu to 11A c'fats per pouud. Win-ipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Nov. opened !''l. closed Dec- opened closed 'J2J; May opened 95i, dosed Cash dosed. No. 1 Nor. Q-ljI; No. 2 -Nor. No. "A Nor. No. 2 W. No. 3 Baricv -17; No. 1 N. W: Flax like smoktlcss and odorless ''fives 'just as much hiat as you .desire. It is safe, odorless ;and smokeless. Has an automatic-locking flame spreader, vriicfr "prevents the from, .being turned high eoough to' smbkCj and is easy to remove to clean and drop bach. 'Burner -bodv; or gallery'cannot become wedged, because of device" therefor; it can: be easily and quickly, rewicking. An in dfcator shows the amount of'oil in'rh'e Has a cool handle; is, pur in place like a cork iri a bottle, and is ,tattached.'to by a chain. Finished- in Japan or nickel, strong-and r durable, well-made, built for service, and yet Jighrand ornamental If f.ai et far Exciting at Montreal Montreal, Nov. shorts were caught in a bad squeeze in the market this morning and the siou STOCK cased'oil to BU. Nobody wii] argue i-lsat Quebec, is intrissical-! jly worth today's price, but the.shorts Ihave had to pay iv nevertheless. As. the price jumped up by leaps arid bounds' it was apparent- to 'all that j the short interest-rin the stock was j larger, than the. star has "recently In-j timated. _ j _ It was a genuine squeeze of -shorts and session was one of the most j" J exciting has seen tors i time. 'The stock opened ,at 521, 31 some jurap- jed to asd afterwards cased off a shade. GAME CANCELLED 1 TvinQov'exhibit: in ihe''store 'AlohtreaJ, Nov. proposed c-oi' is attract-jfool'ba11 and :itig considerable4atteiiiion.f called oSL use.fourteen stages through TPiucbi the] famous -Slater sioe, of Tviiicli Buchanl Js tiie here, passes. ARGUMENT NEXT WEEK Nov. application made to Judge Dobson' this" morning tor the release of Fedorenko. .under habeas-corpus proceedings, will be ar- gued, next week.. Jr.- Helen McMurchy, advocating, a jnreuital inspection ot-.tlie schools oi' snbes are also sbown. from eve or throat trouble. A C1 r Ontario, dsdares that twelve ot ev- -aoniina.t-e.'t. as Li npral candidates Ior are sufiering rh? nrovinci.nl for J- Sault Stel Marie, com- mitted suicide as the result of re-lj the fatal accidental shooting of bis cousin. Samuel Smith. James C. .Tory, ot, jMoatreal, arid R. Ellis, 01 Sherbrooke, have been BAKING You ought to dine at our cafe. Menu, ser- vice and surround- ings to filease the most fastidious. We use PURE CREAM You get the cream of everything here. It's worth investigating ELLIS MURPHY Hill Block Dufferin Street the provincial legislature Jjoro, N. AT: THE THEATRES FAREWELL. PERFORMANCE OF CO. tea or Mr..Allen Himself Will Take Psrt for First Time During Present Engagement Tonight' closes one of "the most- suc- cessful company en- gagements' ever attempted in this city, tvith ''The Heir fto "the an escellsnt comedy production, in -which Mr. AHen himself, takes a "big" part. This company has. .given the "best of satisfaction ;..in -ever-.- "bill produced on this as well previous Lethbridge engagemeoits. The personnel of the troupe is exceedingly high class, with Miss Felton and Mr. Kennedy, two f artists are without equal in any i of the- otber stock companies so far i visiting this section of the West, in leading roles and well supported. The f costuming an enormous I sum of money being expended in this i ivay. And the scenery used Is the best-to be treauently i spending to SlOO a night in fitting j up a scene Tiat looks as intended, like the real thing. The plays pui on are those rarely seen in stock and the i.rnost popular bills chosen from big I New York aoid other Eastern cities I successes. has enjoyed and liberally patronized this engage- meut and wisiL.the Allen Players a i cordial "'good tuck" and good bye. ladies in tneir, .quaint costumes, was i very Tlielr pleasure ennanc- !ed tbe. pleasure of tne" others also, i'i'rom the choir started the t programme "with that ever popular air "Alarcn of tbe Men of Harlecn" until tsey. closed with, the Welsn national antnem, which, stirred the hearts of the Welshmen present, much the whole programme was well rendered.) A BACHELOR'S HONEYMOON I Bachelor's Honejonoon" is thej title of the-latigh play'which will be i given here two nights, commencing} Tuesday. Nov. at- the "Majestic. Thej cast will be Here. just as it has ap- j peared in all'the large cities. There! will be "Juno late of the Om-- phalia York; "Benjamin THE FAREWELL APPEARANCE OF MISS VERNA THE ALLEN PLAYERS "TheHeirtotheHoorah" ALL SPECIAL SCENERY NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 75c ON SALE AT RED CROSS DRUG BOOK 21 Famous EENDEKING JUBILEE AND GAMP MEETING SONGS COMIC AND OLD TIME 3IELODIES, POPULAK AND CLASSIC AIRS. r MESMERIZING MELODIES Tickets on Sale Monday store at Retl Cross Driii> ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY Prices delicious Fry's Cocoa excels other bev- erages in its surpassing purity and delicate richness of its flavor. It is most nourishing, and does not in the least aftect the nerves. Nothing else is so good for children and invalids. More- over, it is very economical. meat and -more Fry's Cocoa" has solved many a family's cost-of-Iiving problem. Order Fry's Cocoa from your grocer Ferguson's Famous Dixie Singers Jubilee THE AUCTIONEER Can be-found at the WILSON FURNITURE CO. 404 Westminster Road It'-you arc -going1 to hold an Auct'ioii Sale, ring up 1023 or o85.and lie Avill call on you. A FUNNY SITUATION FROM "A BACHELOR'S "MAJESTIC NOV. 22-23 Hacnelor" who marries in haste: liis sister snc! siorsl NUT-MILK Ghocolate (Fry's) is far better -than candy for little folks and big folks too. It nourishes, yet de- lights; and you get tired of the tempting taste. Most, grocers, con- fectioners and druggists sell it. 9 Ferguson's Dixie Male Quartette have for many seasons stood, at the head of the list ot" colored male quar- tettes in America, without a i doubt, represent the highest type of I the college-bred, cultured negro vocal- clue in her bead: 'Joe'tbe 'ist. Their sweet, mellow T0ices servant always in hot water; "Stephen j "biend like a' perfect I a very busy man; "Dr. Lud- tneir music possesses a wealth of har- jraony. richness of tone i that is seldom equalled 'by any quar- j terte, white or -colored: their render- j ing difficult classical music i Deen a to many audiences, while their clever.comic selections and pure, rollicking liurnor -have .made warm friends among the Christian and cultured people everywhere, in support of the jttstly famous Dixie Quartette 'the management presents again the -celebrated prima donna, Neale Gertrude Ha-wkins-Buckner, sop- rano, with other noted artists. Tbe members ot this now popular com- TA3ER NOTES Winnipeg, Nov. Strath The South Alberta Land Co. have j has cabled twenty-five thousand, dol- purchased the implement and machin- i Jars to the Winnipeg Y. M. C. A. fund of I35U.OOO, a campaign for which" is now proceeding. The' gift will not- be made unless the required sum is rais- ed in Winnipeg .by Tuesday next. and for Sennett of Scofcans.; JncluOing Lord Stratacdna's'gitt or twin daughters, the maid is also starting i t-Iie Y. Jl. C. A. fund reached to build right away. i ?-7S.6'-15 today. ery business carried on by W. W. DousJas and will-move to a better lev i cation. j i3. JIcColl has begun work on a re- (wig whV> nurses a secret j sorrow, and "Anthony a agent adept at distorting! facts. The plot of the piay is very u and is one of the best.com- edies ever produces. CARTER SLATED FOR CABINET pany have lieen assembled from what Washington, Nov. boom was started here today to land Senator Carter in a' cabinet position. He is have been stars in other companies. suggested for either the postmaster best talent; or .secretary 01 the imer- than candy! retaining their, own best talent; all tfiis xmnout regard to cost and with great care as regards 'high musical excellence and moral rectitude. We nave no hesitation in announcing the; Dixies as leading concert company of America, At r.he Majestic, one night only, .Monday, November 'Jlst. Supplied by J. S, Fry Limited, 123 Bannatyne Avenue East, Winnipeg, THE WELSH CHOIR. The programme provided by tbe welsh Cnoir last evening in the Ma- jestic was thoroughly enjoyable. Tbe young ladies who composed the choir all have good voices and tneir enunciation is very distinct. This made the songs they sang in English very pleasing to the majority of the. j large crowd that nearly tilled the the-' alre. -There were a great many Welsh people present and the enjoyment they Had in homeland songs, sunc: lu their native tonzne by ior, as it has been repeatedly repott- ed' that both Secretary "oallinger and Postmaster General Hitchcock would retire after clecT.ion. Tn Carter's brnali it, is urged that he has long held a high position in the councils of the republican party. He has always strongly supported the Tail and won praise from t-hft president of his advocacy of the postal' savings bank bill through the He is also strong with Catholics, and is being urged from that viewpoint. MOTER SYSTEM OF BARBER COLLEGES MOLBR SYSTEM OF BARBER COL- LEGES will open one of their famous schools in Calgary, Alberta, November 21st. We teach the barber trade and guarantee positions; wages to per week. A reduction will bo given sCudents joining on opening day. Full particulars free. Wi'ite for special for. Moler Barber College, Spokane 266-Q S COLDS Now is the time when your children are very apt to catch cold. The sudden changes in the -weather, the difference between school and house and open air, getting uncovered at nightr all often lead to sore throats, coughs and grippe. large bottle 35 cents. MATWS SYRUP of Tar and Cod Liver Oil should be taken at the first symptoms. Children find its taste pleasant, and it' keeps them well and strong. No better combined cure and tonic has ever been compounded. Ask for Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil. Where there is fever with the cold take Nervine Powders to reduce the fever and relieve the pain. They are sold in boxes of 18 ponders for 25C. L. MAT.SIEU CO., Prop's. SHERBROOKE, QUE. WINNIPEG, EDMONTON, VANCOUVER, SASKATOON FOTXY BROS. LARSON COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS FOR WESTERN CANADA ;