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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Winy. 0, 1012 TJTE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY SPECIALS at FOOT TOGGERY 'MEN'S BL'i UCHER BOOTS In tan calf, anil patent leather llogiiliij r iinu SB.uu slock at MEN'S LEATHER grades uj t IlCBt V i KID and Calf Bluchors at aliuj i.'i (lie city. find taiT- calf Oxfords, regular Sii.OO 3 OXFORDS AND PUMPS at TJoil't 0, arger our hosiery dcpa'rlmont. have the best values and biggi.' mi- rniiRj in the city to choose I'roill. pare for I ought to ;r Brown hose for the school children. If is time to pro- die ojjeninR. Tlieso aro Hiieciule worth while which you take advantage or. W. J. NELSON CO. BLOCK, THIRD AVENUE COST 7, '00 MUCH BLUFF DECISION'! OF THE MINISTER OF PUBLIQj WORKS -WHILE AT COLEMAN BURM1S MINES COALGATE MAY HAVE HOTEL NEW TOWN ACROSS THE RIVER IS BIG PAYROLL (Jcutlgnto, Aug. Bate, Coalpits: what Is the matter wilh Ooalgale? Dr. AlcCallnm of London, Out., was visiting inn here In company with' Mr. Held, the general manager of the Coal Company on August 7tli. Now this is un Incorporated village. J.O. JONES WAS VERY WELL LIKED Page 5 VERY ACTIVE NEW V.-P. OF THE U.M.W. OF A. GIVEN HOUSING SEND-OFF AT HIULCREST Hilb.csl, 'Aug. free and easy" smoker v.'us held on Saturday even- ing 'Inst in honor of John 0. .lones, who is 'shortly leaving for his home in For many years a resident of llillcrest. and filling a position that brought him into COH- Wmt Is (ho matter wo haven't a post every man in town, Hr. Jones regrets very much tliat he is mines are working every day. compelled to leave, and states that ami wo say this is the only ptaco.l wherever he may he Hillcicst will al- that has not lost a day all summer. !ways u, presented' him'with a travelling com- panion and .several other little ar- ticles 'always appreciated in- a manp as a small token'of the inspect ihuy IKIVC for their ,pld comrade and secre- Ileiu'y Deane, contractor, is rapidly fary. During the .evening several com plot! us. the 'building of the uew speeches and ail contained cottages which are'.the neatest and one dominant: note-pleasure at the! best finished in ttic west. Tha Work on the grade from Kipp to r. Chinook Collieries Is completed and nope to have the steel laid before., the end of this month. i A rumor is current that a hoicl is o be erected iu the near future. Keep your eyes open fdr news from this'town; as it Is progressing rapidly and is one of the best towns In the west. 1 recent promotion of Mr. .Jones and regret at his departure, llillercst people unite in wishing that Mr. the vice-president, may be as Over will toe paid out by the: successful .as Jack Jones, the Burmis, Aug. 8.-Thc liurmis mine operates to assume Ollr. A" E Ml direction will, he more fa (heir old time aspect. The mines arc hcad of tlle roonlj is giving, a realized t'olcman, I AUK. 8. I'on. C 'Mitchell, nii; mister of public works, lv working three'shifts, ami many more men are being started to pro- splendid meerschaum pipe for the in the biiliartl tournament. Ior tonnage rte- John j. Stocks, deputy minister, .lm, witl, the opcra. gspcnt a poir, tion of yesterday in ions lllat ore gojng on at Whili..! here they thoroughly in-: Iook3.a hjvc. o[ the. beginning, of a' THINKS ALL .WILL BE WELL Reeled .tluv uf[ .which divides gjjlmvn from j! Coleman ;ind' decided the st of removing same, es- ijl'mated at was prohibitive. OJowcver, tJ'store is a strong .probabil- era, and. when operations com- mence'oh the' new screening plant at the mine, business will be increased, and the uuality of ;coal 'exported will will started in the aivny'ahcaM of'the iiverage neai' V'.futurc to wiilea anil roadway leading over pi lie rciii.'Ce the grades on both the street with the xl.', in West; Colenmn. 'Tliis jyill aid 'traffic over the and hoth wheeling and mot- easy and pleasant. Harry C1'touch, fifteen-year-old son o; Ji'jJHenry (Jen, jch, farmer near Adamsville from tho kick of a cow the pre- Sious nistdt. Pass. TYPHOID EPIDEMIC. IN CALGARY, Aug. Board _of Health will meet tomorrow, [o tiike means to clieck the typhoid epidemic. In -tiie two hospitals thero are one hundred cases, and'many more in homes will probably be.taken, against the provin- cial law, wuicb remiires the reporting at such diseases as typhoid. CalgaiT, Biiry, -presideiit af the Pacific, in an'interview here today, stated that I UP his road was making urepar- alions to handle the crop of the prair- ie provinces, and that ho did not think there would ho any congestion of traffice during harvest time. WHAT .13 LETHBRIDGE -DOING? OSdmonton, August twen- ty tons of foodstuffs were condemned this; city ill-July, according to'lat- reports of Inspector Ha worth, 'of the Henltb department. All kinds :qf foods were found uaflt for consump- tion, but the greatest quantities that were condemned were vegetables and canned goods. LICENSE INSPECTOR AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug. H. Garrison, foreman of the Bulletin newspaper office, severed his .connections with newspaper work on August 1 to take the position of license inspector he city under the attorney-gener- al's department.. On Saturday he was presented with a handsome gold suitably inscribed, accompan- ied by'an address, as a mark of. es- teem from-his former associates. Mr. Garrison repll-ed 'briefly to tne pres- entation address. .EMPRESS OF BRITAIN SAILS Quebec, Aug. Umpress of Britain sailed at four o'clock this morning for England, with her cargo and complete crew, The report that many of the crew would not go, fear- ing that the ship was not seaworthy, .proved to be quite false, for.her full' crew left Quebec on.the Empress. ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL THE STAMPEDE! at Calgary next month is perhaps" the most talked of event in Western Canada at the present time. We are fast making our sale of Men's: and. Boys' Wear the most talked of event in Le'thbridge just now. There was a regular Stampede for our goods last Saturday and all this week. .This Saturday we ex- a greater stampede than ever.' THERE'S A Come and find out or ask your neighbour who has been here. He knows. Stock Bought at 58c on the Dollar! There Will Be a Stam- pede on These Suits, every one an honest value at above price.- Sale Price .These'have .been selling- some: and shoes'for Price Stetson Soft Felt Hats- Sale Price Work Shirts, Sale Price fioc Get Here Before These Are All Gone .Boys' Tweed Suits, made np bloomer'pants; regular values Sale Price Summer Sale price per garment, 35c. Union Made Overalls, sc ven .ptfcke.ts, Sale -Price 50o-Suspenders, Sale price 25c. The BOSTON CLOTHIERS NEXT TO BENTLEY'S The Gurney-Oxford Enthusiast HILLCREST MINE BUSYJUSTNOW TOWN .IS ENJOYING MUCH PROS- BUILDINGS UNDER CONSTRUCTION I-Kllcrest, Aug. mines ia this portion of the Pass are all ex- periencing a period of unprecedented prosperity. Full time is being work- ed in all mines and the majority of the operators are finding it difficult The housewife who' a who has datily experience with the way it economy anil efficiency of ii a The Gurney-Oxford Range is the turn total of 70 experience in stove It-u a big, up-standing, handsome stove, that works con- stantly and unfailingly for its owner's satisfaction. It stands' 'guard over her interests; conserving her time and energy, effecting daily saving in coal, adding to the houiehold economy and increasing the pleasure which comes from a smooth-running and well-ordered household. That's why she enthusiastically recommends the Gurney-Oxford whenever the question comes up. She wants her friends to learn, what she knows to be a fact, that a Gurney-Oxford Range is a good most valuable and cherished possession. C W. GRAY PHONE 761 LETHBRIDGE j to cope with tlie rush of orders com- ing day by day. The car supply at the .present time is a source of muuh satisfaction through here, All tlie! equipment called for being forthcom- ing without delay. The operators are anxiously looking ahead to tlie fall, for there is little doubt in view bf Ihc critical periods already passed through this year that most of the mines will be unable to work more than half of the time on account of the anticipated big car shortage, j Laic last-'winter for a period of six I weeks it was. impossible for mines in tlte Crows Nest Pass to get equip- ment sufficient to handle even half ol their output and later on in the ear- ly summer at the time the lumber- men made tlieir big kick about the car supply and everything on wheels was rushed to the lumber country the mines were unable to secure one-third of the cars required. The farmers on the prairie are reported to be pre- paring for this critical time and are building granaries in which to store their grain until tins car the worst Canada has so far experi- a little more favor- able aspect, but it is impossible for io store more than one i day's output, and the probabilities j arc that'thousands of men and mil-i lions of dollars' worth of equipment will be forced to remain idle 1'or per- j haps half the winter on account of the'gross lack of foresight on the part of both the government and the railroads. Two years ago practically an un- i known village Hillcrest is rapidly growing to such a size (hat, she bids fair to lie tlie foremost mining cen- lii; ui yic ijass In a very short time. At the 'present time fully twenty houses are in course of j erection onrt most of llipsc arc oUher roomy two-storey affairs or suhstan- tial looking hangalows. The accom-! of both and the hoarding house is taxed -to the ut- most, many having- Io double up Mn order to secure accommodation. The Wall Paper Can supply the best papers on