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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEIHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, PAGE THKEk Dick DeLoris The Upside down Musician Valois The Sweet Voiced Soprano De Lane Imitator and Mimic PICTURES 1 Constructing Fishing Boat 2 Idler 3 A Decree of Odin 4 Female Politician Continuous Performance ELIAS ROGERS LEAVES FERN IE FOR THE COAST (Special to the .Herald) F.ernie, Sept Rogers, of Toronto, president of the Crow's Nest Pass Goal Co, after spending a day in the city, left over the Great Nor- thern this afternoon for Victoria and other coast cities, accompanied by General Manager J. D Hurd and W K. Ross, KG, solicitor for the com- pany, on business affairs Mrs. Hurd and Mrs. Ross accompanied the par- ty J. H. Tonkin, a former manager of the coal company has been visiting Jfernie friends in company with Mrs. Tonkin during the past week. Mr. Tonkin leaves for the coast. tomor- man and were married. Immediately alter the wedding Stead left for home and was arrested in Walkerton on information supplied by Mrs. Pink's husband. At the trial today Stead claimed that he was not aware that Mrs Pink was already married and in spite of the landlady's evidence, the jury gave him the benefit of the doubt and acquitted him. Mrs Pink may be h4ld on the bigamy charge. COMING Wednesday September 22 and Tuesday September 28 cPHEE'S BLACKENED BOOTS ON THE SABBATH And Fine Was Imposed At Pincher Creek-Cleaning Up the Town Reception To Dr. Cook At Copenhagen BIG COMPANY Presenting Wednesday Sept. 22 the beautiful play THE GIRL 1 LOVE Tuesday September 28 FOR hER BROTHER'S SAKE GOT TANGLEp UP DURING A DRUNK Walkerton Mar. Had to Face a Big- amy Charge Toronto Sept 17.-George Thomas Stead, shipper for the Truax Com- pany at Walkertoa was acquitted to- day on a charge of bigamy in con- nreti n with his marriage to Mrs M.. Pink, who has a husband al'eady. came to Toronto on a visit on I June 25th last and after seeing the Bights visited Mrs. Pink's home on Elmard street The pair partook of mon. alchohc liquors than were good for them and Stead proposed immed- iate To this Mxs Pink agreed and although her landlady told Stead that Mrs: Pink already had a husband, the pair went to a clergy- Six high-class specialties are In- troduced between the acts Will positively exhibit at Leth- bridge, rain or shine, under water- proof canvas Wednesday Sept 22 and Tuesday Sept 28 2 SHOWS DAILY Afternoon and Night Night Adults 50c Children 25c Afternoon Children 15c Adults 2oc Change of play at every perform- JLjuililiJCft -rj i n ship of Western Canada Naturally Mornson's Hotel in Orangevilk and' had authority from an. theie was much rejoicing felt in sport; Anthony claimed that in the- scu'fle his action ing ei-cles here ever the dashing min- 1 ner in wluch the team th ir laurels Mr Bolster returned home yeste-day Job D for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped in Al'l Branches of the Trade C Kettles, chairman of the works committee, is working strenuously in the matte- and fe_els confident he can raise sufficient mon- by subscription not onlj to do fthe w -equired at present but to have margin' Allowing for repair in the fall The business men are responding hanJscmely to the call Now that the arbitration case be- tween the town And the Morden tate is settled, work hatf commenced on the diversion of the creek and a canal is being built through a por- tion of the. -estate named. Blasting operations commenced Thursday and while they are in progress it sounds as if the town was unde- a state of siege 'from artillery. Some of our clergymen headed a deputation of citizens who waited on the 'town council on Tuesday night for the purpose of inducing that body to take action ..toward ridding the community and outskirts of the demimonde class of wo- men' finding habitation. As a result, of this intervention the town cop has-been .ordered to throw in his astute detective proclivities with those of the resident 'members of the Counted Police and make a wholesale prosecution of all persone easing premises for the purpose of The Pincher Creek fair takes plac ed the diicctors EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK The races in the afternoon will consist of the follow- ing Half-mile pony dash, half-mi'e dash, dash, three-quarter mile dash, gentelmen's team gentle- men's single trot half-mile heats (Alberta b'ys' pony racf 000 in prizes is offered. A shoeblack was fin d 25 for do- ing business here on Sunday Tnreshmg Has been in Summerviev for the past two Arrangenjments are being pushed forward to ha-ve Main street opened- through the E N W M P icserve as quickly as possible Yesterday was about as hot as any day in summer, today several showers of rain fell and the tempera- ture is much lower A big crowd from here attended a dance given at the Alexandra Hotel, INCO3PORATED 1859 CAPITAL AND RESERVE general transacted: of Mer- chants and F.truK-is mvitwl Sav.ngs Bd.nK Department in of SI 00 and Tiuxvtirds md in- terest allovrcd at behest current rates Lethbridge Braacfr ROUND STREET Old Sage Stflce J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Pincher Station, last night, time is reported. good Expiert MeGhahiGS and the Latest Machinery !f you have not tried us for your 'work, let us turn you out a trial order Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Invitations Announcements Circulars aphiets HARVEST TIME Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this should find its way in- to the Bank. We wish to remind 3.11 of the fa- cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the Banking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest where it will be SAFE jntil required for use. Small or large amounts may -be deposited or any time. I NCORP.Q RATED, !855 LETHBR1DGE BRANCH F. W. McEachern Manager AIRSHIP Ottawa, Ont. AT OTTAWA Sept 17 ex- MONARCH .GRAIN CO. REFERENCE: BANK MONTREAL Winnipeg Grain Exchange and of exporters, Kew York Boston, Chicago, Mo" Toronto. Also millers in Ontaro, and largest flax handlers We do r.ot ask you to thip your grain unless our prices are better than other dealers. Wr3te for any information, and get our caid on prices Orders on Winnipeg options cirefully executed on reasonable margins. penmenting with an airship, the in- vention of George Loaner, a syndicate of local men has construct the ai been formed V to sailing machine. Work will be begun on the sheds at the exhibition grounds early next week and the aviator is confident that in the course of one more -try at the outside he will make his first flight, j Automobiles or Hire THE MASON LAND QQ. have just added two additional auto- mobiles to their equip- ment, and are prepar- ed to take care of all orders for business or pleasure trips hi town or country. Head- quarters at the City Garage, 1227 Bompas Street Telephone 429 BALED HAY AN13 OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Hasten Co.'s Harness Store. P.O. Box 201 T. A. B A. S T O N WANTED Do you want an investment of which wil give you 20 to 25 psr cent, clear return? This is no wild speculation but a good investment in C y Property. If interested call on Freeman, Macleod and Graham Phone 173 LETKBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 Twenty Bridge Carpenters and iers Apply to T. M. EVANS, Hie IMa Railway and irrigation LETHBRIDGE. ;