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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1920 THE LETHBRIDOS DAILY HERAliJ GOALHURST GouienesAt Coalhurst Jusl Ten Years Old Kcllovtag the program there Trill 1 be a dines in fhet new school buildinj- ;The procwds of the sreniDS o( fuu will devoted to the library ami mus- ic club. A five piece orchestra, I ed ol musicians, will funiiBh music lor tie damx. Now Employ 500 M "'i-In addition to the colliery ti Coal- hurat, the North.-American people, a of' Montreal capitalists, oper- 'atef-rjilne's at.Dmmliuller and Evans- Alberta." Tht wc-atem is al TVinnipcs, W J. Dick, bsiEK luo general manager. Millions Invested Some two millions of. dollar) aro 1 imcsted at Coalhurst The corapaiiy controls 14 square lnile.s of coai rights i Afi abundance of coal Is still jrrofght the pit bottom a veritable' (net-work spread out, grid ironed Kith tracks Westward rthe earth has been penetrated t feel urtil coal is "being tmlned far beneath tie line ot the 0. P U running into Klpp, for feet it extends cast, and 'feet north and south In j word, one square mile has been developed and I furniBhmg loal at the present time. UTC Merchanb Cattr To the Nwds of Growing Community. All Ojhaws, Ontario, fborlly alter the New Year. Coalhurtt Lidies' AW are highly pieixd with the.result of their la- liar, which yielded the fine sum of (157; The ladles in charge.of the booths were: Mclunes.' Mrs. Kelti, Mrs. Locke, sewinj table; MM. PerclTal and Mrs. peas, home cooklne Mrs. Jin.. Me- Ciispic and Mrs. Mechern, tea Uble; Miss Pellller and Kilo 'can- dy table: Miss Soby, tiih pond SPLENDID HOSPITAL IS PRIDE OF COALHURST las cables and the adtisabllUy of I loglilatlve action them The .'o6tj British reaulrementc hate been 1' Imposed, Mr. Carllon eald, for the purpose of throwing light upon "In ternal dialorbincw in Great ErlLala. and I prejutee more particularly witb retard to Ireland Bolsherlsai." I lor examination. Mr. Carlion not aure whether inbound cables' fw the United States alto were being of the hesvv dally l'eutptit-from this mine, the company :anticipates no -.intarruptton-' in work 'from a lack of orders Only days hive been lost this the U about a lack of orders f The market IB steady aud expanding j Coalhurst coHico is one of the aiodernly. equipped mines in the Coalhairst is well supplied with at- tractive, well-itocked niorei'aDd shops. Ail the needs at the community can ie obulnt'd at home. No need of send- ing awar for their at all. The fccilly needs can be obtained In Coal- nt. HcDiroUt Brothers peitapc carry [he largest stock 'In town. This is a large carrying a full UM of ten- eral. merchandise. The Berries prompt and courteotu In cooBeetlon the store are'the post otBca and Utaphone eictangc This company has ballt np a laree and constantly grow- Inj buslnew by.fafr and honest treat- ment i Fcrcival's goes in eTduslrely for" .This stock Is clean and fresh aud only tha standard llnoa ire carried. Hie prices are always attrac- Mr. halls from Port is a live'wire- in boosting the town In -which be lives He and'hii ton condocl a'nlce, tue minute store They promise some surprises fa- their customers aftor the first of the yeSr ;____Weit Market The Meat Market, D. 'Sor- proprietor, 1'St a fine new build- ing, and is prospering as are all Coal- ifot houses. Mr.- Sorbora carries a tulMlne of fresh and cured nieats, etc His ..shop is equipped for handling tarid Btormg meati as most ia the arger cenlres f, McDenaK F is :he pioneer merchant of He came to the Tillage -from eight years ago of the 'fish citara" of Nova Scotia McDonald's growth in a business way has been steady and proseuihe carrleB.a good, clean stock of goods He mikes queUtv. and seirtce tttb outstanding features of his Gtore lie Is ass'Slefl by his son, "who is a fihrelvd'business'man. Joe Bublfck Joe Bublick conducts .'a dry gooili store with a small stock of groceries There are tit. Coalhsnt Ikat as a Honaed In J storey baiidiBC, It wrr- Iiig the commiuilty In a com The treatment'aceort 4 Uie patldnU is (o be bi parttcolar. medical at- tention is all that can'be and nuries are kind and capably. The hospital Is fitWd operatins room, dlspem arv, VitchVn, otBce. gvbtlc ward and two private uardi "Altogether there ara twelve :UU o( ,Dr In t a'graduate of Jefferson1 Medical College, Philadel- phia, PennsThaDta, and, Miss Hatch and MlM Kinj, nurses There is'afto a housekeeper and portef employed. he building baa all modem coin en ncei including ateam heat kraanPoKce H.Q. Building Burns ru Largest Public Institution in Rung Into Millions Vest Tta boiler honserand macsmery zTras selected for reproduction In gor enunent trade bulletins Even' care 1 Is taken to make the working condl tlons of the men safe and sanitary prepared to contribute Its share t toitho hilneral output of the proviisce the >Conlhursl colliery null cont'nu" nnd devel 'fiping along ivilh. Iho develunment o: ttfeilast great The_Ulslorj' o. (the mining induslry in Alberta 11 a romantic.ono'In-ihany It is ai ;in'J_U8try that, has made alinnat, magic i'dTancemcnt in recent' years. Wha future, has. in store for R can be imagined vith wonder and satlafac' Ifon LONDON, Dee (o e London. Times-from Berlin says >lice headquaHers In' Aleiander tz wasjiurncd Thursday evening nd that :a quantity of records and her ranables ,and a number ot were totally destroyed he, damago is estimated at many millions of The police headquarters toulldtng as the "largest public institution in Jerlln, covering yards contained" several hundred offices, ;any of them filled with archives, The building was ai oil er fighting early In the year, whsn stronghold VM-garrisoned under be. Socialist- police president, Eich orn He specializes in dry goods, however and has n wide of good quality goods lo choose from. Jly his-happ; tlfsliositioq and honest treatment Mr lirblick has built up a splendid bns inees and It will contlntie tc grow. COALHORST LOCALS "Howard SUirk and Billy 'McDonali were recent purchasers of Hahy Gram Chav-o'ct cars Mrs. 'Percy Lan gtrsy arrived la i week from the-Old has taken up her''residence ;in Coalhuni anu luncli counter. It is underatoo 'that a 16cal bilsluessrman has take a' lease on- the1 old1 Standard Ban liiartera'for tliis purpose.', Everybody is the hi Christmas entertainment1 In .th church Tliursday, Dec. 23. ,The flnanct committee has met -Kith generoui'su port. A time 'is assured. progress oh the >I. O.-0. P. committee li working on Iba delal for the openltig, which will probab be held The Misses McDermltt, who hav been in Coalhurst for soin months, will retnra to their home >VID UTMOST IN CWMW Club Selections 2 S ets Democrats lOcts Uncommon flavor and or rich ripe select'wl Havana leaf make Ovido' Utmost in Cigars" BUY THEM BY THE BOX WRAPPED FOR THE HOLIDAYS TO SET UP PULP. WOOD! iVorth Farmers Oppoee Owing to Low Priws He Paid TORONTO, depuliUoa of almost hnadred men from northUnd who attending aual bweithf of the U. F. O. En.tbja city waited upon Beclah Bow- man, minister of'iandt aad forests: Hon Maantns minister ot agriculture, and Hon R II Crant, minister bt education. F. hurst of-HaJny HiTer, head of the'aslit cation, protected against the BacMs deal biting put through and urged thai government to establish a pulp and iaduitry of Us aim as a means insuring a fair price to settlers for ll palpwood. He asserted that ackus Interests had kept the-price t puipwood below its actiiaS Talue. Hon. Mr Doherty promised that bis cheme of rural credits cei at the coming 'tension "of th6_ eglilatnre Hon, Mr with, uce to absentee ownership, .91, ands, the lands-were patented ut of the goTemmenl's hands He efended the it system as being Nm the'Jnterest f'the whole provinces BRITISH STATES ____________.') WASHINGTON, Dec cable messages tor the United States lear- ns Great Britain are now; p for examination b> the British' aval intelligence authorities, New- orab Carlton, president of the West rn Union Telegraph testi- fied today before -i pecial senate investigat- fi Say They Got Canadians And Sent Only to Cm- in'Lut YeaiO 1 BRITISH OFFVOER GERMAN officer lilled at Kat-, K Silesia, by a former Gentian aviation offi- cer, says tneP Vorwaerts tragedy followed a dispute hotel, It NIUUNK VIRGINIA CIGARETTE OTTAWA, (.Can figures issued at jWashmgton b Anlhony Camlnetti, itjnited State commissioner imroigratio snowing an influx- of peopl from Canada to the United State against from the TJnlteJ'Sfate '6 Canada during the lest fiscal year, are misleading according 'officials of the department ot Immigration lere The figures 'are collected 'only 'rom the head tax statistics and many entering tha United States a few months, ofspend a similar time on holidays, are register- ed in as having bead Uz, but there js no record of their .departure unless'they return to the immigration office for a rebate of the sum deposit In recent years, Canadian 'ports have always shown a greater move- ment from the United States than vice versa, the Canadian statistics be- ing compiled from the forms Of de- claration which each Immigrant other than Canadian1 ri3tl6callty, mast sigh when he enters thojcftuntry. Col, Grant Morden Denies Rum- is Caus- ing Some Difficult} LONDON, Dec. As collated When shown a 7or onto.cable In the Times, declaring tho belief prevail Ins lu Canada that the Drlllsli Kmplrc Steel Cor- poration 'project is to bo abandoned, Col. Qra.ot-'Mordch, itsjproniptcr; .toM the Canarllari'PrysNii is not off. We.have been held aft and have been'iiTia'rilc lo transmll money Uecaiiso of -.rtlMciilfles. Tvi-enly-five niilllon dollars Is as-ail- able hern bulVe shall have to change onr Hoy president c( the ion Sleel company; and Me- president of the. Nova Stolls i Steel company, will arrive In at trie' end. of the We then eettle.on plans wmchshoulrl en- able us to go foraanl Our financial friends here have': every confidence In the future consplldallpn." SWEDES WILL DISCOlfflNOE TREATY BERLIN, Dec. bag not- ified the German gotefnnwat ot Swe- den's Intention to'discontinue neit March the Swedish-German commer- cial treaty which was provisionally re- newed lull March.-1 Sifcden Is prspa'r- nil to nosotlstc siadiis vlvcadl. Fit-Reform and Society Brand Clothing at Pre War Time Prices for Satur- day Selling Only SUITS Sale, SUITS Sale SUITS Sale SUITS Sale SUITS Sale SUITS Sale O SUITS Sale SUITS Sale SIMILAR REDUCTIONS ON O UR ENTIRE OVERCOAT STOCK DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING HERE AT A SAVING 20 20 ROBES AND PER CENT. OFF HOUSE SLIPPERS. XMAS Individiially boxed, thous- ands of the newest patterns to select from. Prices 75c; SPECIAL LOT Ol7 CHENEY WIDE-END and NECK SCARFS to INITlALiHANDKERCHIEFS, per box f PLAIN LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. 35c to 75c Regular Sale Prices That Are Less Than Pres- ent-day Wholesale Prices DRESS Sale DRESS Regular Sale GEO. A. SLATER SHOES, black, jlegulaj Sale t GEO. A. SLATER SHOES, tan. Regular Sale SHOP AT THE STORE WHERE YOU GET THE G REATER ASSORTMENT AND AT PRICES THAT ARE "LESS" THAN COMPETITIVE PRICES, W HERE QUALITY IS CONSIDERED. THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;