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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, MM I. T.KTTTTinTnr.F, Pago 5 i'KERALD NEWSIES HAD GOOD TIME BOYS ENJOYED ANNUAL SPREAD AND PUT ON A FINE PROGRAM Korty-llvi! delivery buys of the'Herald met ruiuid a goodly han.iuet.provided by tlw management, juil pi-epaiei! hy the Vowifi Made Irom pure, grape cream ol lartar FOREMOST BAKING POWDER IN THE WORLD Makes home baking easy. Nothing; can equal it for making, quickly arid perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot- breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Protects the food from alum, IS PAYING AFTER MANY YEARS U.S. Postal Service had First Profit in its History Washington, f-W- tho first time Hlnce11883, the annual fin- ancial BUltouiuui of tin- Post Office basis home ami as" an improvement and extension siou to instil droops ol wisdom into willing cars I o lie taiic similaled for 1-iul temper, I rllciinie3, ural, at no distant date, and preset vim; (lie serenity "I tin: j ono-rait loiter postage. numerous Herald readers in tlie eityj Al beginning of Ilio present lo wlioiu tin- luij'adi' crnvey Hie! Administration, Mr. Ilitrhcock poitn- powls fine buneli o! boys llley all ed out, the department showed a do- loo' ed ind veil did they cump.irl fell a! tlie Siirgeai on re- tliem.sv'lv'es (ieorge JlcKiilop, tlis cord. In two years this dt-flelt has 'Iran of'the eon-, !-n into a of for tin.1 hoys, and Wilfruil Murray did the Kallant ,n the despito important extrusions throughout tho service. These extensions include new who not only pivpnred hut hdped lo' dBHVCry of mall by car- dispense the- things which con- Istituu-d thi' spread. On behalf im4 nmy vurfll mail TOlIi0s, aggregating {boys'he pi-esi-ntnl Mr. Coc-q, tlia cir- t miles, ami additional pos- jeiilalicii mnnagiT, with u choica foun- j employees, with the salary roll tain pen. The gift thu Lethbridg a Wholesale' Centre ___ (Continued from Front Page.) Denver shows :i very fine sign of this description, of v hlch Mr. Downer has a photograph, acfl thil Mayor sUtsd ho-Svoiikl htive 311'. Mooch; city architect, draft plans for such an arch, and got on the cost. A report will lit! submitted at a later meeting of the council. A letter from Hhynrt Jamiesun deal- with the idea of a musical fes-H- val for the city {luring tin; week of ine Dry-Fanning Congress read. It had been referred to the Board t.he City Council, and it was again re- forred 'to the Gho'ral Club, of which >lr. Cunningham is president to bo taken up at a meeting -to be held shortly, and reported on at the next meeting of the Board. C. F. Roland, of Winnipeg, wrote in 'honnecUon with the iiropraerl [rip of the Winnipeg Ruslness men to tho Old Country during 'the com ing 'yfinr. He stated that the itinerary of the trip had not yet been finally fixed upon, hut that the timpresfl of Ireland wailing May 17 would carry the party and thftr. the faro for tho round trip, including berth, "would he He noped tliat Lethbridge would be re- presented in the ptirfy which will row fSnglaiwl, Ireland and Scotland, having already been re- ceived from commercial boards in many of the larger centres to include th tun in the irip. The Industrial Sites Thfs matter of handiing- indus- trial Bites, which was brougnt up at the executive meeting two weeks ago v.'as again discussed, Swerultrry Rob- inson of the. city wrote stating tho j Arrangements agreed upon by -the i ami quoted figures Rho'.ving j rbaL tho nominal rental of ?5 or yer acre a month would -be what, tho would require on a long term lease of the property. Mayor Adams stated that a clause could be insert- ed in any vjgroeniont. made wHh an in- rt H s try to the effect that if the indus- try could convince tho city at. the end of ten vear-3 it was established here permanently, i'.v would be 'ed to purchase the land at cost. Hoard of Trade is, ihuVet'oru, now in a position to offer something tentative in tho lino of a site -to any prospective industries. W. A. IJuchvinun, M. 1'., wrote re- garding the post oPfice and armory. He said -that so far plans only I'tm the post office been but that ivhen the derailed plans wero completed, the government call lor lenders. Wit.h regard to the ar- mory, he stated that the militia de- partment were at work drawing plans lor an ormory which would accom- modate not only (he battery, biit also the proposed InfniiiTy corps to be es- tablished hero. Mr. Buchanan will be a-sked to moei wlili (be executive of -the Hoard on his -return from Ot- tawa. The'-hmuer of puhliahing iht Ijotli-; bridge weather-report in Eastern par" Iiers'viis fllso mentioned hy Mr. llncb-' staiwi that was omitted, whereas Calgary anil Kdmon- 1011 were indnded. This he thought disseminated a wrong impression ul" I HIP, Letbbridye.climate. Since the re- celjit of the letter Secretary Manwar- ing IIHB iakon it tip with Mr. McMtl- Iftn. in charge of the C. P. H. tele- graphs, at Calpary, with a view to j amounts having the Lethhridge report added I HridtM- acrosj to that seiit-out ovory morn in tf from Watpr Ma AVinnipes. u'uter .Mains The letter from Hon. .T. Me- Sewers Lean previously reported in the Her- promising an appropriation for the Belly river bridge, was read and received with much pleasure. Those present, at the meeting wero President Hatch, Messrs. Conyhcarc. i Cope. Cunningham, Downer, Tinning, I rikeith, Mayor Adams and Secrouiry fouling greater by it was which prainpii'd it was much aypre- ciatud by llic recipient.. Hurry Mor- ris, oi tlie mailing department, and Arthur Kedsluiw, oiticial .mi-fiseu- ger boy, spoke in efif-ctivt' manner, (lecilatioiis wens givi-u by Twldy West, Dunswortb and SwiKJlsh sufigs hv brothyrs Kinartl. .Miss Discr pleased !he company by sinsinK 'The Old unit Mis-s gave an entertaining refitulion. Mr. mlivenutl Uio will) music from iln: gratnopnone. Hiss liictta PodRCf, the Herald stall', and her co-workers did much in making Hit- have a good lime, everyone went home look- ing forward to ncM year's meeting- CALGARY'S OUTLAY TO GET SHOPS two years ago. Bank System Pushed The postal savings bank syetum, lews than a year o'.d, now is in opera- tion in pn'.ctically all of ihe T.oOO Fresidentia) post otiicos. Prcim ra- tions are being made to establish it in about fourth-class offices that do a money-order business. In cloven months' operation postal banks' deposits aggregated and they are expected lo reach or more by .July 1. In view o: the successful operation of the postal bank. Mr. Hitchcock strongly recoriimenuod '.be estab- lishment by Congress of an aduaiiate parcels post, which, bo siifd, could be put into operation in a few months He urges that this can be done by a grvuhial process. The Postmaster-General reiterated ihat the second-clays postage rate should be two cenis instead of one cent a pound. lie also urged that by readjustment, of the pay of railroads fc-r transporting tile malls, fewed. up- on actual cost to the railroads, an annual savins to 'povernmeni of i at least, could lie veiucnt. i progress in says lit '-encourages 'tho hope that tilti- i mately the recul-.ir conveyance of REMEMBER Only 7 Jays are left for you to purchase your supply of Christmas Groceries GEORGE KERR CO. Have on hand the largest and best assorted stock of staples and fancy GROCERIES In trie eity. Our goods are new. Our prices cannot be beat. Seasonable Specialties at Reasonable Prices hand picked Val- encienes, per Ib. 18 l-2c V. C. Seeded, 16oi. pkg 12 l-2c California per Ib. ,......17 l-2c Giant Greece Sultanai, per Ib. ..........20c C. Currant! 16 oz. pkg.......12 l-2c Tartan Currants 16 oz. pk. 12 1-2 Shade dried 17 l-2c imported, per Ib.. 20c Lemon, Orange, and Citron, per Ib. 25c SHELLED per Ib. s 65c Valencienes, per Ib. 50c SHELLED WALNUTS-Fine quality, per Ib.....50c NEW FARD DATES-We tell the best gradei, clean and tempting, Ib. 15c Hallowi Dates, per pkg. 12 l-2c After Dinner Dainty Bon Bon Hii'ivl Figs Ib.....25c 51k. box Elcma Large Layer per Ib. 15 20c This scaann we arc showing the fineit selection of Table Haiaint in the city. See our stock before buy- ing your Christmas supplies. 9 Crown Sin Rivals, large as prunes, per Ib. 45c 7 Crown Imperial Dehtsa Cluster per Ib.....40c 5 Crown Royal Dchesa BuncKta, perlb.. 35e 4 Crown Fancy Dekcsa, Bunches, per Ib. J 30e NEW ARRIVALS Ripe Tomatoes, per Ib. ,..r.t.t. .20c Head Lettuce, each .loc Hot. House Lettuce, per Ib. .40c Cauliflower, each........ .25c California Casabas, each ....50c Radish, bunch :5c Cucumbers, each .16c Rhubarb, per Ib. .12 l-2c Oranges, per. rloz. ,4Qc Lemons, per .35c Spanish Grapes, per Ib. ,25c Oranges, per box .80c I'alKaey, Dec. a a wilb iht" C.P.R. in reierence shops lias been accepted anil _ The ratepayers will at onve be cnllftl' mnil by ibis menus "may bo practic- bn to vuie for [t bylaw pnwidiiig iui: able many districts whore the na- Tbe bylaw for ilii-s is made, up oi the fnlluwinR iitilUiits anil PHONE 1453 Across liivcr Di.spn.sal System... aihvjiy ConsU'iiclion l.iglu and Power tural conditions preclude o-'lier means or I'npi-d transportation." iMr. Hitchcock reconiinendpd grant.ins; all employees 30 days' an- nual leave, "a fivil pension has- Q1! ]0ngth OI- employment he grant- fi'l.OOU et] tjxu goferinnftnt" to snperan- niiated empioyees, and thai Presi- dential pos-imnsters be placed on the elasail'icd service. I sti" Aftcr Frauds rj'j Concerning the work done to put: ouf. of busings i'inns which have preyed upon the -public through tbe TO MANUFACTURE Bl-PLANES "erlln. Dec. newspa- pers assett that. Princo Henry of Prussia, brother of the Emperor, who hold's an aerial pilot's certificate, to- gether with .Max former bur- gomaster of Hamburg, are a company v> manufacture biplanes on a system invented by Max Certz. The capital of the company Is said to be Cures Coughs of Sin-el Cars -ta.uuu p08tntaHtcr-General Hitch- e'RH depnrimenfs crn- sade against ihe fraudulent use of Lho in ifliO. has been Last year j tlin inspfiflors nsslRnftfl to this work i a variety cases ranpintr from pftty schemes for !he comminiietjt. o." frnud on a small sealo to projects involving the Edle of in imasiiiP.rv minini; companies and other fintitiou-? concerns. Dec. result wero alloguihor indict- of .1U uiado hy the house mcnts. and in those cases 1S4 noii- mittiT on in Ihc postuf- visions bnve been already KHRiirwd. fen a-s ihc volume, weigh! and handling nf the puh'ira- lions vhc country tlw last fisi-al yt'iir. was public today. The READING MATTER IS VERY WEIGHTY Most of will come to duriiir? tin; current fiscal year. The swindlers thus indicted had framlu- obtained from the public many value in preventing innocent persons irom being defrauded.' ".Many inspectors Dave been em- ployed solely in the investigation of cases involving the fraudulent use of the mails and thus their attention has been diverted from the important work of scrutinizing the routine oper- ations of tlie postal service. H is believed 'that the handling of all such fraud cases should be assigned to tbe agents of the Deparunont of Justice, thus relieving (be post, of- fice Inspectors of a responsibility the discharge which seriously in- terferes wirh their usual duties." LOCAL BUDGET Fishing for a Railway i Policy (Continued from Front Page.) The clauses before llie liuuse 'leall will! in: macllim-ry [or carrying mil ilu work oi tin municipality after its Ali'.v Aslei left yesterday fur Vork City ami san from there en Dee. 20th for .Southamplon, Eiig- laml, where henvill spend tin: remain- der of winter visiVing [riemls and With Christmas hut one weelc dis- tanli the loeal butchers are beginning lo experience a lively demand for tur- key and chicken. H is not expected Uiat there will he any serious difli- cully in supplying customers. -Members of tlie International Dry day night, was in. the eity today on a business trip. Mr. Piclcnll was for- merly a resident of l.ethorid.qe, hav- ing been editor of Hie Weekly lea ytars ago, when. Mr. Siumders owned it. He slated this morning Ihat the growth of Lethbridgt? is most gratifying ami the city enjoys widespread prestige as a substantial place with a bright future. Sir. Piek- wdl was greatly pleased with the square and said years'ago lie wrote a "dream" 'editorial' picturing just such ;l transformation. Hu' was laughed at in those doys as 3 pipe- the petitions produced was representative 01 JO.OOIl publishers resiion'lini; i-cpai'leil niillions mi nnmijil Qiupui "f more "Reports larne cilios in "jOO.OOO.Oliri copies, (iiciil.-! iitnneronp L-nncorns util- i OlKi.OOl) potiiHls. j postal tifiii and, rxchidi carried fvrc within cmintir.s, h riMvivc'd 1 cent per The j pnbiishcrs rcpnrtcd Ihat, llip.y I IN! by thtir carriers, newsboys and news com panics purl was carried lo dcstin- aJion hy evprrss and otlsrr They dcliven-il cxiircss pounds iiiut ulhrr rail .shij units pnnr.ds. hy I'vpn-ss ruil irom nf a (.Tiit lo 1 cent per pound, lint ih? hulk these shiiiinvnls Mil' rate to J. (rni DIM jioinid. r.iii' liy Mr. I'allcrKou froui Hie town j of for mi amendment j nf Uic .ict oi incorporation and one Ur. I'uffer. to incorporate Hill Hallway t'o. A bill rcspcctins an iisrreniciit oi tile city of I'algavy for sllpplyi.nf gas Imlh natural anil urtilirial, giv- will conic Kaniiins (V.ntrress in the city have, dreamer and goii his vindication in received the N'ovcinlicr linllelin of Iho heholding live promising looking mailed lately from Colorado t of (otlay. Springs. The annual report of the Prv Farming (.'onsress sessions at jn prescnra nf an (he Prottsl- Colnrailo Springs lias also been prisoners in the county jiil ail ecivril. The next- issue oi the ofTic.iiil I Cnrmartlicn two prisoners were con- bulletin will be maile irom I.eth- hv Bishop of St. David's in the prison cbape.l- Tl'is was Uio Winnipeg, west- first service of its kind within the Turonlo Satur- j prison. uriilge about -Ian. 1. f. I'ickwrll. of '.inu niJ'.iLi in n man- i vice Inmlleil Stril I'avft ,-rono of business as the j c'n :1 seum.l it resuli of the clppaTtmenfs viRorous up before the municipal The publieily sivcn the pro- secutions ibe daily pre-ss all over the country has been nf yreal CONTRACT LET FOR CALGARY SHOPS Caljrary. Dec. 15. An aunnunce- 111 on wais mad ft this morning hy A. I'rlc? gupprlntfjiuleiu of ttin I.', thaf. the contract for tlio slujji ;il hnr. been 10 HIP WestinghotiRp, (Mnircli, Co. Tlie ntr.v pimps will In? I C. P. Distributors for Western Car.ntln FOLEY BROS., LARSON COMPANY, INC. Winnipeg. Edmonton Vancouver. Saik.itoan. 1 Mi nltK'K nnil wi'I be most l.i tlif? world. which will likely hold mcclUig Jlnnriav. The town's liill Wiis givi'n second rt'iiiling. Mr- Mitchell thai llie most important provision llr.it towns IIP liroiight under Mir sin- lax sy.ittm oi asscssmwil. (Illii'i- it silnilai to what towns now liavi'. In answer to u ln> the cities liill wotilil not be introil'i'Tli this vi'ar. Committee Couldn't Agree The discussion of Hie relations o! f.slcopatliy anil tile nil'iliciil profession was cunliniiell for two hours more hy the spi'cial coniinitfef of the I lire appointixl lo cxiiminc the aincnil- J iiieni to tlir incilical proiossir.n ar.l., proposal hy.l'r. Campbell. The com-, millci' was a.cain adilrcsseil hy llr. rirntr and also hy Dr. of j Calgavv rn holialf of th? mciliral pro-1 fcss'ion' ami by Dr. M. ,K. riiuich on I lichalf of the osteopaths'. A ile.il of further evidence was placed before and it being cvi- i dent that tlm rommillrn would conio to no coiu'liipion it was decided that prioress sho'ild br to tho house wilhnlil ri'.coiiHiii'n'latiou and Ihe qiiesliMn led to flip committee ol j tlie whof..' house for dccrston. Everything for your Xmas Cake New Seeded Raisini 21bi 25c New Currants 25c New Citron Cake per Ib Orange and Lemon Peel per Ib 20c New Shelled Almondi per Ib 50c New Shelled Walnut. per Ib SOc Rew 25c New Dates ......per Ib 15c New Figs.....at 20c and 25c Choice Layer Raisins per Ib SOc New Table Raicins per Ib English Mince Meat per Ib 20c L C. TEEPLE Phone 515 Sherlock Building Xmas Photographs Photos Taken DAY or NIGHT by Electric Light Per Doz. EMPIRE STUDIO Next door to Morris Theatre, Round Street ;