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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEW! WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER J SECOND SECTION THE HKBAUTS f AGE OF LIVE LOCAL NBW4 Montreal Owners of Federal Coals, Ltd. Secure Rogers Bled; Plan To Develop Big New Mine Sir John Carson Hakes An- For Fut- nie Development Not Yet De- Owns Over 3000 Acres of Splendid Coal and Has Big Possibilities. t ,HavInj; secured control of what IB known as the Rogers property on (ho west side; of the river, the Montreal 'financiers' who: now. own the Federal Coals, Ltd., mine, hare under consider- ation ivays and means of.developing the larger properly, which iVbetween 3000 and 3500 acres iu extent, con taining many millions of tons' at coal, Announcement in this effect made today-'-by.-Sir John- Carson of Montreal iu with the Herald Sir John has been In tho city tor several dajs looUpe over the pro- perly, anil; isf enth'iuiaillc about the possibilities Ho is leaving on Mon day Tor Montreal, but arrangements lave been made for a suricj during the winter of the i.irlojs methods of developing (thG-newly acquired, coal land, during illicit timo the western for the product will also he __ ttorougnly studied, ami In the spring It may be'expected that further an vll te forthcoming set ting forth tho plans full) Associated Sir John Carson In tLe enterprise, wliick in tho futnre will add another large producing mine to the lethbndge field, IB Sir Horti mor B Dai is and other Montreal finan-lers who arc interested lieavil} In mines In -Cobalt tho Porcupine Nevada auct other places This is the.r first In [he coal mining field, and naturally Sir John says, they are slowly. Speeding up Present Mine Tha new v.hich controls tho Federal has alreidy made arrangements for tlotf in that mine 'At the present time it is producing some ?00 ton; per day stead 'y, hut machinery 2 8PMS ftnd it is'honpd to (o by B'pB' WVare moving slowly, hop I iiwui uur engm JJ method ol carry >m our engm develonin 'Join ;er area, said'Slr Reorjanlzatlon Changes Among the cnangea made by Sir John Carson on his this.-neek has been tho reorganization of the management Heretofore John Hack has uecn mamger and sales manager of the Federal CqBte, Lid The com has secured Lconardt fi Dre MILK AND CREAM Have >ou tried our pure pai teurlzed milk and hoparatett fresh from' tho farm every dav? Our business, hib quadrupled in the last two months 1 HERBS A Tho mason is contained in the goodness-in pur products. us ard bo convinced Quality and service, guaranteed Servo both the North and South Wa-ds We are still miking Iliat fine quifily of butter jou Iiko CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND We are also agents for the Cardston Creamery braml of flfie, fresh, pasteurized riultor and havo t stock on hand Tliii butter no advertisIrR uii the Lethbridse Market ant1 tan only bo obtained through 113 Our phono Is 1929 and we are your service foi all Dilrv Products Chief Mountain Creamery, Co., Ltd. LtyTHBRjDGE, PHONE Office and Plant, 1254 5th Ave. 'A, South. wltt, a practical coal raining ecglneef, who has .been placed In .charge of who has been with ;cofnpany jseveral years has increased, the production of the mine from 60 to 200 tons dally, will hare sales. It was felt that the proW'development of the prpperty and the management of vas too much for man with the result that the now arrangement was effected who has been'acconntent of the company for two years, will continue to" Oil that position Major ,DrewI It, the new manager of operations, la an Anstra lian who eerred Jhroughont the war the forces in Pales tine and France Ha is i graduate of the mining institutes of London, Fng, and'Bydey, Amtraiia, arid' for eight years befoM tie war snperin tendeat of cc4! la Kilonnda and Montaggl, -ylctAfa. Awtralla With Carsba on hla snr vey of properties of the com pany Ifr ,PoiJlllon of'New York, a member' of the firm of consulting engineers of Polrler and Pouillon Sir John greatly inter esled in western development, for be his new coal he is a director of Ihe tfnion Bank and of tho Lake Woods .Milling Co He recently returned, from a visit to England and stales that busineTs conditions there %ere greatly upset b> the recent'coal miners' strike and that the> have not yet recovered HP leaves Tulh Mr Pouillon on Sionuay morning for SIonHeal, ARE xTO SALARY DEMANDS The rumor current In the city that, a hundred tc-ichersi are resigning tn LETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION WILL HE MAKE IT ELEVEN OUR BILL AND THE BETTER 'OLE. Lethbridge Becomes District TIL r telephone lem W A Officials of New Staff Named Area of Manager Gets Wefl-Earned Promotion IT. Confirmation of tho report that the provincial government telephone sys tern woiild on Jan 1, create a full ifflce at Lethbridge. to be totajly unfounded Theroj io- nprmil Friday evening by John Dow, which take place at this timo of the local manager of the system lere Mr yeai and these Bomber ROITB !vr.. .v With the nnmber iconstantly gromng Lethbridge and MedlJlne Hat are the large exchanges, In ths new district, these two accounting for nbont 4000 telephone connections The reofBnizatlQn Tilll bring to XjCtMridge S siaB of obonf 30 men trained m tfliephbLs work li Phillips of Calgarv comes as dls- commercial manager.-. Harry a manager.-. arry Eraser, now city revenue nccounlant -Tgr trustees m Calgary are. standlngi pat-against the salary demands placed, schedule lianco This Is ttfi Herald IIHS from a Tcllatile ed at Vas loot trfa flre whicli ladl) damaged the premises at 3 l> Richer Ifceilse vendor, today Tho fire was caused by defective ulrine BAWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 wnwiHimni LIBRARY TABLES FROM A umall; deposit hold ono for you. PMNG Will be leacly by Wed- nesday next, Dec. 13th. There wilt be: auout jour cake or pudding it you let us make it Plcaso ofdef early. HOME MADE BREAD at lOc a Loaf K1RKBY 606 Third AVehue South Dow becomes drttnct plant chief In the reorganization nhich makes three district offices in the province instead of two, at CaJgarj and Edmonton which have business of tha system up p A growing, volume of Sonthern Alberta was creation of the.neiv Lethbrtdge district The Lelhbridge office, after its organization, will have charge of the district from Stavely, Champion Kellaw and Alderson> south to the Montana boundary, and from the B C whila the old building will -be gtf en over to lo- cal and district offices In the add! tlon, switches and Sow er generatora will oe located on the ground floor wbilo the toll boards will bo the first floor whole havo been kept and sent-out> each month from Calgary Alter the Erst of the year these, accounts; will La kept in Leth 'bridge'for the new district and sent out from" here' entails a great dea) work and Is the reason for the large staff-Which will be necessary to handle HERALD CHRISTMAS CHEER FUND APPEAL Two weeks from today Is Just two in wi.t Herald Chrlrtniat' Cheer5' Fund over the coveted thousand 'dollar objective Are the Good Fellows of going to do It? It had been hoped the fund have come to hand this year. The (pint of Chnstmu It go- ing to mean jutt at much to the kiddles this year as It ever did Don t forget that. There are doz ens of kjddles in Lelhbndge who don't get any too' much joy out of life anyway. The r ways do not lie m easy.plaeet, through no fault of their own. Are wr ac Ing to enjoy jf we forget thole leu fortUh- ate? Let us put Cheer Fund In a position financially that ttier? will be no poor children Held UE And fobbed Arhutement'Man VANCOUVER 'J ljohn Rhodes, manager of arclde, was held'up m his offico this Santa Claus thit year. Just thUik this over betwwn "s inerJ around to the Herald office with your usual subscription. The fund now stands: Previously acknowiedged .H27iO Andrew Fletcher Evelyn Fletcher ixw A Fletcher..... 1.90 Two Records Hade At Poultry Show Two records were established the Lethbrldge Poultry and Pel Association al their eihlhiUSB'-t this Wees. One was the largest-au her of exhibits and the other OM paying of all prize money before the birds left the city 1 ills is something that has not been done here for many years and thing that is very seldom done at any poultry show in the country This was the duty of H C Graham, secretary of the cluh i In tho announced list of the name of E P -Briefly, as Trlnner of ttw R A Wright cnp, for the kest pUy of White Wyandottes wai omit ted trick re charge as dlB- BCcjotmtant, is promoted to the chief, Ifs'th, ment, iull lines and ager will be George PauUne vy vTcvifita nbw local manager'at Medicine Hat, who is transferred here These caanges go into effect at the luo the new year Bys that time to Saskatchewan boundaries ease and "pectecl that addition to the west In tho district ,f completed mately 7500 torepionca now in Use, Have You Looked at Our System of Baking? This sjstem Is tho result of years of experiment on tho part of men v ho are ma-le s of the trade The most sanitary and up-to-date methods only used and tho finest materials money' can buy. Your inspection Is-lit. vited. Quality It our watchword. Lethbridge National System of Baking FIFTH STREET SOUTH uo compieteii, H ie the intenllon-ilo house all the" domen and escaped -with Ilhodey was later discovered and rush od to the hospital yhero his condition is reported to be very -erlous. If a man is unaolo to stand success he can at least elt down and take it easy. -j mado dressmaker and the leauty specialist are inventing improvements Cr. UlEKaniJff Lectures K. P. Hall "LAWS lay- Consultation" m Lethlridge hotol, Room, is his famous lecture on Courtship and on Thursday, admission 50c Lectures to men Sunday at 3 pm and S 30 pjn in .Phoenix theatre Col Stop! THE LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH HOLDING THEIR SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING' DECEMBER THE 18th IN THE OLD CHURCH, OPPOSITE C_ R_DEPOT Come and buy your gift., there are of presents faAnCy prfify tor 41, b A wonderful fish pond, a pantry booth with !l last, but tiotslei5t-Come have a cup of tea in the cbzy green and white tea roonf THE HALL HAS BEEN ENLAhcED THE LADIES WILL DO THEIR BEST TO PLEASE THEIR GUESTS DONT FORGET i Tne on'y place where joa eta get your shoes repaired by trto- tfcai thjennkers la at; Hutton Phcne 8, of Cstonlal P O BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial 7 Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE. PATERSON _ AND CO., I M Acadla Building, 612 Third Avenue Still C -Is the ideal desseit at aH seasons of tjie year. Nothing can replace ice cream at bariduets, receptions, socials, etc. 4 Everybody likes it It is delicious and nour- ishing. We make special flavors on icquest THE LID. PHONE 1376 RECITAL BY v MRS. J. RUSSELL KENNEDY (Dramatic ASSISTED By MISS VIVA A. ELTON UNDER THE AUSPICES OF 8T PATRICK'S LADIES' AID EMPRESS THEATRE, DECEMBER 12th, 192o. p.m. 1 Un bel (If, vedromo (Utdtat BatterflyJ MM, KENNEDY 2 Ah, o, But Day The Star i MRS. KEMfJEDV S The Sonata 7 X WIS8 ELTON 4 VissI d'Arte, Vlssl DAmoro (Tosca) MRS. KENNEDY 5 Tho Love Dream MISS ELTON C. Tlio Jasmine Door The Spirit'Flower MRS. KENNEOY: 7 Thf 12th Rhapsody MISS ELTON S 7c dls quo rlen ne mopouvanlo (Cannon) i, GOD SAVE THE IKING Piano Loaned by.AMfniboIa Music Co. Collection .I'ucdnl Hallett Oilberto JarneB II. Rogers j Beethoven I'uoclul Alicia Scott Campbell TIpton em MI OF TIE ISIHUJ, 8ATUr5DAY HEALTH TALK No. 9 By HYRUM-SMITH attacks ore often nreced e by chilis, depression of spirits, tlgo, bronchia! irritation and henous ness During the attack breathing is iu wspi? and is an agonizing struggle fapesch Is impossible Tho attack may i last several minutes or several ndurs Ordmaril) the victim find's no correction Is ot any permanent but is forced to endure the suffer Ing In the knowIedgB that the attacks may disable htm at any time. The cause is a degree of displacement of joints of the backbone at the baso of the neck BUfflciei-t to cause pros sure on spinal the bronchial passages The suffeferifrom asthma usualh has a iiump or curve In the spine at tho base of the neck Chiropractic ad- justments restore the Joints to alignment and tho ne-Tls pressure Hundreds of asthmatic sutferorai haie found this woj the road back to health Wheeze Hat Left Him 'The asthmatic condition I had ins been entirely relieved, even the wheefce Having left :uo since I last, and I am now able to proper night's rest. "I consulted several leading specialists Beforo trying chlro-. praclic. I consider it wonderful iihat' chiropractic splnnl adjust ments have' done in restoring my heaHH I shall always be n booster for this so fence R N Bullock, Ghlroprarflo Itesearch iltirsnu Statement No 1243 NO CHARGE Consultation-Is without charge'or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS Sherlock Block Phones J677 and 1441 HIRQPRACTIC LOWER PINCHED ERVE5.IHP055IBLE TO FURNISH ROPER IMPULSES ..FEArto HEALTH) T AND TISSUES NERVED HEALTH VIGOR- ;