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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 'v DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, II t The Brown Amusement Co. presents Miss yerna Felton supported by in ZAZA on Monday, Nov. Prices and 75c. LYCEUM Don't miss seeing Miss Felton as ZAZA and plays that will be pro- duced during the next two weeks, such "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray" "Zira" "The Truth" "Mrs. Dame's Defence "Camille" "Under Two "Caprice" "Tennessee's Partner" "In the Bishop's Carriage" "The Hypocrite" s- "Our New Ctrl" "Magda" "Lady Bountiful" Reserve seats for sale every day at the Arcade or Lyceum Box Office. High Class Music at all times by the Lyceum Orchestra. MISS VERNA PAPA HENNING- AGREED AFTER THE ELOPEMENT New York, Nov. interna- tional romance, which began nearly a year ago with, the partial elopement of Miss Susamie Henning, daughter of Jas. W. Henning, former Ken- tuckian, now a wealthy New York banker, and the Marquis Antoine De Charette, a scion of one of the old- est families of the French nobility, was crowned to-day with the wedding ceremony in Our Lady's chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Archbishop Farley- performed the ceremony, assisted by Monsignor La- velle. No details of pomp and splen- dor to make it one of the most noted of society's weddings was lacking. The romance has attracted wide at- tention. Miss Henning was one of the most popular of New York's societv girls, and the marquis has been a leader in his own country and Am- erica. Wheo ihey decided to marry, nearlv a year ago, Henning's father refused his consent, whereupon the marquis nduced Miss Henning to go to his home in France with a chaperon, leaving the irate father. The result was parental consent and to-dav's ceremony. Fit-Finish-Style in the BOULEVARD CASTLE for 50c. CoaL Grain and Cattle Make It Pros-" per cms fj "ilada in Berlin bv At2for25e.yaacassmy this shape in ClkiSrnnd, named "NEWPORT." 103 TTt BURNED PUTTING FIRE 01T Swan River, 'Man., Nov. nest Richards tried to light the fire thissmorniag with gasoline result that an explosion occurred, set tine; the house on fire. By desper- ate exertions..Mir. Richards put the fire out but was verv seriously burn- I i-d. He is in the hospital. i v 1 he best Gerald's Travelling Cor-; respondent) fk, Nov. is funny name lor a town, but still an appropriate one. it named after the and Lund Goal I Mines. i j Here eiain and coal and pasture; lands combine make Lundbreck a- (busy place. Grain is raised as far i as Biu'niis and ten miles west I -r i T> T> Ui v'viv. in. .it. i j constructed a loading platform at i Lundbreck. Grain is grown and j shipped from here. There is one im- iplcment agency and one lumberyard. j Mr: Tyu'H, seven miles north of j Lundbreck had 700 acres of fall wheat j looking a fine prospect for next 'year's crop. This year he raised scv i veral cabbages that weighed twenty 'i pounds each. His other vegetables j were of large size and excellent qual- itv. We sell Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats because WE KNOW they are the best, beyond question. At any price you care to pay STOH-E IH TIE BLABBE8 Gin PiSHs passed the Stone ,r3l3 James St.. Hamilton "Four years 1 was taken dm-, a frith what the doctors cr.Iied Itifbinniw lion of the K ladder intense pain? in back anrl loins, great pain and cizliviilr m 'urinating Tlie was greatest iir the region of the cr.-i the attacks more frequent, nniounieu to unbearable r.nd I 'became so weak 1 could not 'across tiu- floor. Doctors could do nothing to me. ?Jy v.-ife read in the paper Gin Pills sent a Lox. From the very first 1 felt that Gin were .tuinij ire The pain was relieved at once, 'and the attacks were less frequent, in weeks the Stone in the Lkxcc-cr cair.e and the pair stopped cntirc'.v.. 1 have baa no return o. trouble have not lost a day'f. work on accov.nt of it. I cannot tnvself enough when 1 speak o- Gin Pills have done forme. 1 reinerr.'KT how 1 suffered, and how now j lier.k! v r.r.d and strong and to do a fi.ii d.'.y's .work, I feel 1 slioult sneak and icll o'.hcr sufferers, of my pcriencc and of the merits of Gin Fiiis." JOHN HERMAN You don't have to buy Gin Pills to tw them. Simply write The- National Dn. Chemical Co. Dcpt. AD Toronto, ar a free sample will be sent you by retur. mail. the samp" and feel that last you have found il- remedy that will do you then hi: Gin Pills at your dealer's 50c. a bo> 6 for Remember, please, tlic. Gia Pills Resold on a positive of a cure or your rnoncy back. Ar. this guarantee is backed by the large- wholesale drug house in Canada, who wi. DISPUTE OVER PRICE OF A CAT'S FUNERAL .v" CaDton.. Ohio. Nov. -ciues- ;ion ol how much the funeral of a cat ought to cost will bs settled by icemoers oi' the Board of Health at r.heir next meeting, when tho of feline obsequies will be scientifi- cally passed upon. Garbage Collector Johnson, buried a cat with irnijrt-ssive j monies the other day. sent in !r.o the Board of Health for 25 in fuli payment for the ir.ouin ersT flowers and other fixings. "It's too much for cnt and 1 vv-on't vote for the payment ot the bill." interposed Vive-President rti" k n a ni. Ac there weren't enough other rr.em bers of the board present to pass the bill over his objection it over until the next meeting, when Frank- hair: will attempt to support his con- tention as to ihe proper cost of cat funerals. who CO'.'f- a bill cents COVv'LEY HAS BURNING SCHOOL QUESTION j Change of -Site Pron-, Gumbo Wanted bv the Citizens Flat i take your unsupported word if yo- Lundbreck has a fine level townsite y0ur money refunded, with good drainage. There arc three j _ stores, a butcher chief" market is in a livery stable, and a hotel with ajiaestic licensed bar. A new frame Anglican; Saskatchewan but it is i Ciln-arv and Crleichen ana jjti i church has just recently oeen opened.; 'Services are conducted by Rev. W. Alberta while it abo goes Mowatt to Spokane, .Nelson A'' new brick school is nearly com- j plrtKl at a cost of S5.000.00. Jhci trusts are Dr. Johnson, secretary, There is a tine Messrs. Allison and Pattern. i fee, ot a per. Seethe styla. for wblct and you higligrade, hand tailored garments that have no equals in Canada. we can give Cow ley, Nov. location of the public school has come to be a burning question in Cowley. Long 'before the Crow's .Nest line was j built, when cattle-was king, and the" ranch was the only habitation on the prairie the school was located in its present position about a mile from where the town is now built. 1 While the permanence of the rail- way in its. present position was un- decided, and it not known for certain whether or not the tow.nsite would have to be moved, the citizens patiently put up >vith the inconveni- ence of having their children tramp a mile into the country to a school out on the prairie. But now since the company have definitely decided that the line is to remain permanently in its present position and no change ne- cessary in the townsite, the citizens Royal Shoe Co LINED MITTS FELT SLIPPERS FELT SHOES DRESS'" SHOES RUBBERS GVESRHOES OVER GAITERS WORKING SHOES Roya! Shoe Co FOR STERLING VALUi Crabb St. Op. Bank Montra! CANADIAN ANNUAL TO Low Round Trip Rates TO St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Mil- waukee. Chicago, 111.; Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Marshalltown, Ce- dar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux City, Fort Dodge. Dubuque and Waterloo. la.; Omaha, Neb.: Kansas City. St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily I toarh-r, J. LljlUU. _ i; has thir-'pi-ndiciilar fall. Sometime ly-iive pupils in ,u Standards T to. V. be used for furnishing There 'is no library but the new j for the towns m the school will have all modern equip-'; Valley. i ment. A District. Nurse Miss MacDonaki, of the Victorian Order of Nurses, has been doing dis-- j trict work here since May last. The j local committee who employed [nurse, havi- drcixiw to retain hersei-; j rices throughout the winter. f-r I work during ihr summer has b-.-nx I most successful. i A Good Summer Among the foothills is some scenery'of hills, mountains and lakes. Rut road-making is one of -he i- problems of the foothills. STUDENT SUICIDED i Chicago. Nov. room mate nr.rl .25.- shoutlrj McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Acents for Lcthbiidflc. 'at.'the Insrnnte here, juw thircl stow window of the This has hoi-n the best summer while he- for business at Lundbrc-ck. Thnro 1 ing taken to .1 Hospital, two-coal minfs whose pay roll helps along the business. Breckenndgc r.t.d are oprnin? ut> a new it'trvi. The Coal Co. arc steadily. Their present output hink the time has come '.vbc-Ji uieir hildren should be able to get a pub- ic school education without having o tramp a mile out of town to reach the school. The distance between the town and the present site of the. school is a gurnbo "flat, very -with a creek spreading out to several rods wide, running across it for about nine months in the year. As no sidewalk j is provided it is amusing at times to j '.see the teacher and scholars crossing this mile of gumbo, during the spring and fall. Every few steps a load of real estate is collected that sticks I i tighter than a mortgage and can on- I ly be got rid of by practising the mulish act of kicking, and repeating v TV -n r s' Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, m- i it as often as a fresh load is col- f elusive, good to return within three In addition to the mud a strong head wind from the west meets issued "in connection Atlantic good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces CURED IN ONE DAY about ISO or 200 tons per day and they employ about 75 men, ......The, coal mined here is i ifnoi C-1RL SHOT BY Broken Arrow. OVls.. Nov. 'tlio of Poorl House, l-l o? rrrc for tho body of n. John shot and lulled the" cirl while hunting near here ytstcr- ly. Checks Disclitirgos ot nose, takes jiii' a.clw-s ami pains vil by U or re? Or'p ob- yon iit" >r Joints, no mnt- to chvoule.' Afii your for Ki-'-iv-'y and see ym'. vl'l K .-AH hnvo WT cr bjailocr trou- tik> ci'J K'uiaoy ICornoIy. Munvon's Yl'.nUxor weak uica ntid restores lost powers. little tots in the face several morn- ings in the week, and sometimes com- pels them to give uo the fight and return to their homes for the day. The people of the town will riot submit to this state of affairs much longer and no doubt strong pressure will be brough't to bear on the school hoard at the next annual meeting of the ratepayers to provide a remedy. i The best solution of the difficulty would be to sell the old site -and building, which could be fitted up in- 1.o a comfortable -dwelling; with a gar- den of two. acres, ahd build a new two-roomed school in that town. An additional room would "be required I very shortly in any case. There are only a few families liv- I ir.g west of the town, who would-not 'be better served by a school in town than where it is at present, and these u.vould doubtless be willing to sacri- 1 fice their personal interests for the general of the commumU Steamship Business will be cr. from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest Equipment, Standard Firsi Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Trains. Compartment Library Cftrs on "Imperial Limited" and "At- lantic 3 Through Express Trains Daily 3 THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at 22 40, nuk- ing connections at Toronio for ;ili points'East. and thorenf. The "Imperial Limited" lenves Win- nipeg daily at 18.15, and the "Atlantic Express" at 8.00 daily makinv; con- nections at Montreal for all East thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agent for full information ;