Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 10. ".Mi? DAILY Tuesday, December I1M1. I WINTER EXCURSIONS j TO SUNNY (CALIFORNIA INCLUDING'IJKUYH AN'D MKALS .Unuauutly low I olfs tiwm SEATTLE on VICTORIA TO MN rR'ANCISCO AM) IDS ANGtUS AMI BACK.............. 53.50, SAN UUGO AVB SANTA BARBARA A.VD BICK 50.00' RCDtS'BO It ACM ADD bACK........ 53.50 SAHrlDBO AND IACK.................. 53.50 IPEMI VOUR Hwirn in cmrossu Travel by Sea oil (lie Ht ocean pvstunicr steanislwu "PmtstDKhT" or GOVIKNOR." SAIUN'OS SEATTLE 3 P..M. Thursdays M.Tinjadnys 'BOM VICTORIA 3A.M. WetUoncUys Our cew free illustrated folder contains i ihf.se luw rates Writ? to day for x ropy to NIBLOCK TULL. AGBN-S 4HAIN EXCHANGE CALVARY Oft G. W. ANDREWS. G. A. P. 113 OAMCS ST. SEATTLE. V.'A9H- CUNAKJ) LINE SERVICE- IMPORTANT NOTICE If yon intend 10 .send for Rela- ives or Friends in the Old Conn- :r.v, save worry, delwy and ex- pense by purchasing their, tick- ets Do uol until the .ieavy immigration travel coir nances. The well known Cunard Une now operates a direct ser- vice from Knglfind 10 Canada ivitu new up to date Ka'tes fire lowest obtainable. July Third class ocean fare from London. For iull in- H. E. LIDMAN 445 Main St., WINNJPEQ. MAN. MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted by FIDEUQ) JAN1ES WHITCOME RILEY, the popular author announces that he has writ- ten hie last poem, owing to the paralytic stroke received two years ago Dr. Voqt to Judge Earl Cray Competitions At I lie riMtiejl of llo.uil lltgh- tin- of CbiiiuniKhi. Or. A. S. Voist. conductor of (lu- iMomlolB- solin Choir, Toronto, has consented to act U-A musical jiuU1.? ;ii ilio Ettrl Groy com pot K'Ions in on April l.'Ui iH-xt. Sir John the eminent, may also bo Induced (to, judge the tlniiiMiUe comiHHltkm. Chor.il Club Meeting A F'l'Hmmii't'y moot- 'ins of tlu> U'tlibrltlst! diornl Club WHS 1 Ku cvoniiis in St. Angus- tin's Hall, There was a fair attend- or musk-ivi (v.iihusiariiri. The fol- low officers for the season worn (.'It-erect, namely: K, A. [.resident; John Home, vice presi- ideiu; George Robinuoii, secretary- J executive. .Mrs. P. H. Kl- ton, Mv. .Mrs. fJertrude Hiiiley rind Messrs. W. Jones, Huzle ton. FleiiiiiH.', 'iiui W. .1. Nelson. The appointment of a musical director j ui-ttr until next nice'Ing [which would liklv- ht> hwld on Tuw dny. Januarv nevt. .Mrs, W. .1. I Nelson was 'unanimously appointed accompanist for the Club. The sue- of the Clio ml Club depends largely noon the Interest taken in INVITATION TO ANYONE KNOWINU Oh1 ANY CIHI.DltUK UNDUR 14 WHO O'L'HIOnWISH WILL NOT W.N'.IOY A TUIUCKY DINNBI! ON ClUilTMAS DAY AUI5 OOIUJIAM-.Y IN- VITISD TO COMMUNICATE WITH TIIH AS THIS ODOFIOU.OWS OP TUB CITY AUK I'KOVIDINli A DINNUK i.N THIS ODD- f'BU.OWS' HALL AT 12 NOON SHAltl' ON CIIUIBT- MAS DAY, AND A TICKET WILL SKNT. SO TIIA'I1 NO CHILD IN THIS CITY SHALL DK WITHOUT THEIR TURKEY AND PLUM PUDDING. CEO. B. WELLER, 520 12th St. South.' JAS. 4-OCKWOOD, 416 4th Ave. South. Alta. Loan Inv. Co. Office ASHCROFT WILLING TO PAY INCREASE DON'T WANT A J VARSITY DEALT FAIRLY WITH HIS MEN- CONCILIATION BOARD MET HERE F. .Mae.Veiii. representing the tt'estem Canada Coal Operators As- Tor.v. of Uie Strallieona nlversity sociaiion, arrived in .'be city iliis wi'i use every menus in his power to morning from Calgary, ami here met 'll'a'" llK' lo degree CALGARY BILL WILL MEET WITH STRONG OPPOSITION AT EDMONTON Edmonton. Dec. President W. B. Powell, president of the Miners' LETHBRIBGE TO BE INVADED tiny powers fur CjiJgjiry college. in the jn-onosod enlargeftioni Union. Those two s-eprescntatlvos ;o( tjiy povvcrg Ol- solKhern (of the opposing factions met wiili'an Injury wlntii will be serious to f Harry Bentley, the appointee of the established insliiuilon. Already BY THE BIGGEST CROWD EVER AT A DRY FARMING CONGRESS If all profile v.'hti arc writ ing John T. Bums, cxtciiliie ueasurcr of the Dry Inarming l-'on- griiss, slating tlioir inliMilion fo at- fcrui ths Seventh Session her? by far Hit1 (iclcgiiiioii L-VIT -It twer There is iii'V- cr n day but wluil sour.' mem r of the tr.ngrpvs in far oft lands writes stating i ha I lie A ill visit in This moriiini; Mr. Burns received ;i k-Lur frnrn M 11. of t'lovi-t- tlale, in u-hich llu- writer s'tak'd -'that- dry fanning was ta.biug in his district and that several fjelegams ironi there lie ts- to vi.sit tin: fur west ntxt Oc- icier, Mr Payn', in spite of a year of flrout.ii. rluurwl tivr tikii-saml ilol- lai's from S.i'idO ju-iirli Lrciw, bis neighbors had to roport a failure. Another letter was received from Senator Posio'c of BriUsh Columbia. The Senator is nyifh intcresiiil in dry farming in sn far as it relates tu fruit Mr .sinlrs thai. will endeavor to interest Ucn. .Mr. IlnrreM, minister of agriculture, (tin niovfinnit, and thai a large, dele- gation of II. fruit snuvf-rs iiuiy he fxprclrd lo taki- part in the coming congress. milTI'SHBOKN TO ADAF.HTIHK Ottawa, Dec. 19. The immigration branch of the 'department of the iir-'er- lor is about to act upon, the principle that a satisfied customer is t.lie befit advertisement. British born reaidwiKy in Canada who go home on holiday visits are to be used as arlvertising mediums. Their croft, the proprietor of tbe Pioneer names win be taken by booking agents Allnc. and Charles Gardiner, on l.p with n record of their destinations in of District Xo. is, and by Lewie the old country, and thoir arrival on >Joore Qn of j lul'or department at Oiiuwa, aa chair- j man. ami aL ion o'clock went into session ill the Court.Ma.nse. for .the I purpose of sealing die .few remain- Ing di-'foreuce ueiwcn the miners i and operators, uot covered in the agreement recently signed nt Flunk. SOPH before soius into session, j Clmirmai! Beiulcy siuied that he did not know yet what the various mat- teu. to come before his notice were. However, he did not think they were of enough Importance -to cause any further trouble between the men'and their employers, ana .uoks for-a set- heniPiu of the differences with very few clays. The settlement of the strike, and the attendant increase in pay of "he men work ins in and about Letlibrnige iu mines con trolled by members c-r tbe Oporatcrs' Association 1ms had j its effect- ou miners working in in- (i'.'penrleuc mines in tbe district. A few days ago the thirry men working Ja-2. Ashcroft'a mine across 'the t river went on strike demanding an j iiKTeasc iu pay of ten cents per ton or' conl mined. Tho proprietor of the i mine called a meeting with tho men, and "as a resu't of the consultation "the men 'were yruuted the increase Whether or not thin will 'sattef them is not known, but there is a well-defined rumor to the eiTect that win ask fcv -another increase immediately. It is stittG-J that thev will raccfi. President. Powell of Union some time today and step" will be taken to put. (lie miners In that mine on basis also. men will be unionized, and if there is liny difference in tiie schedule wages being paid there and oilier inines of a similar character, 'the men will u-ak that the difference be advanced. t However, there is little Hkollliood or further trouble' as Aid. Aahcrofr i lins nlv.-rya tnld his men that was perfectly wftlhig'to pay tho aamn I rrxic is be.'ng naid in other Lowis Moore, tlie secretary of tho local, No. 57-1 U. M. W. of A., state 1 to the Herald this afternoon that all the small local outside mines ha e been organized and thai contracts havo been signed giving nli em- ployees an increase of wages amount- ing to eight iier cent The .Mii'.T.vt was signed tost by .fas. A--1: a tight has been in ihe tiirc iu the lull amending thu act and pressure is being brought to bear upon every member who is thought to be in fa- vof or" the Calgary institution. A iiKMtlng; of the agnate was-JieW last week but no report of the meet- ing was given -.0 Edmonton papers 'Hie only southern members in at- tendance were Dr. Galbruith, of Leth- hrhlge, and Mr. Justice Stuart, the chancellor. It is known that an I Hnu-ndment to the Calgary act was j diseiisscj on that occasion and that Dr. Tory WAS strong m bis condemna- tion ot the Galparv people's action. That a bis wiM be put irp is assured, and If Calgary wins out Appearing in "Th( at Starlar Snare of. Society" d- Tonight it "by tlie local music- lovers. Tbe city greatly needs a first class chor- ai society and- its is, sincerely to ho Jiopeti tha't every music lover in the city will make a.point of being pres- ent at the final organlration meet- ing on 2nd next. A good strong working organization and an enthusiastic, efficieril "conductor will also have a telling effect in the oper- ation of the C'iub. -j ,At The New, Morris JHany good pictures have been seen t -the different theatres thriugliout it will he desnito the sh-ongest ef- be ,hat lorts of ttie supporters of the Stralh- cona university. Our Xmas Hampers No. 67 (Approximate weight 70 pounds) 0 Ib. Turkey 1 'tin Lunch Tongue I 2-lb. tin Mince Meat 1 Ib. Cranberries a Ibs. Plum Pudding 3 cans Tomatoes, Corn or French Peas 2 Ibs. Finest Cluster Table Raisins I bottle Goodwill's Preserved Fruits 1 Ib. Fine Table Figs 2 lbs_ New Season's .Mixed Nuts 1 Ib. IlniHley Palmer's Fancy Mixed Biscuits Oranges 2 Ibs. Malaga Grapes 1 Ib. Fancy Box Best Chocolates Ib. .Jar C. H B. Strawberry or Raspberry Jam 1 bottle English Walnut Pickles 1 box Somebody's Luggage Fancy 3-lb. tin Tetley's Tea 1 bottle Fine Old Pon, bottle Fine Old Brandv Price Hudson'? Bay Co. in the foundation caused ;hc- of a new two-rvorey bouse ar UnmtroTd. 'Less the city, but when ynn see tlu henu- liful class of pictures that aro shewn at the New Morris they are cv.iiui. "Over the is a thrilling drama by the Pothe'Co., and at times it i was so startiina that it would holU the aiuiienco spellbound. "The Rom- any Tragedy1' Is another extremely i with a laugh interesting drama with numerous night will be FOR OUTDOOR LIFE Outdoor life at any season may be enjoyed "to the full by tliose-who know the nutritious qualities of Bovril. it' matters not how great the strain, nor how cold tue" wealiier, a cup of'steam- ng Bovril: or a Bovril.'Sandwich re-j lew the powers...of-endurance. 'Bovril j s simply the.-essence of prime and is easily assimilated, because it contains all the goodness of the meat i wonderfully concentrated form. NEW APPOINTMENTS Mr. Frank- J. Watson is amioiuteddaie he was transferred ,r U3 Foreign Assistant Ueneral Freight ilgent, Mont- Freight Department: on jammrr 1st, real. 18SS. ha was transferred tt the General Mr. G. T. Peltigrew. is appointed freight Agent's and on January Division Prclgnt Agent, Montreal. 1st, .1809, was appointed to a clerkship Mr. R. J. S. appointed ol mon responsibility 111 tbe Foreign Division Freiirht Agent, btratford. Freight Agents office; January 1st. Mr. James Waurh. 11 appointed Com-1903, he was appointed Cliic. ClerR in mercial tiient, Omaha, Neb., vice Jlr. this latter office, and on July 22nd, Allan vsnlTacc, resigned. 1907, he was appointed Division The above appointments are all Freight Agent at Stratford, effective ironi November 1st, 191L Mr. R..I. S. Weatherston first entered Mr. Frank J. the' newly-ap- the service of the railway July 4th, pointed Assisti.nl Uenerai In the Transpbi tatiou Depart- Agent at Montreal, ente eu tin Grand ment; was cransterrea tc the Traffic Trunk service at Toronto, ...arch 1st, Department, January 1st, 1002; lias 18S4, ana served in' various capacities-crvec in various positions at Toronto, lieait-roiwling scenes. "Mustang Pete's Love Affair" is a rich coin- full of laughable situations, also "How Max Got was another every minute. To- yosir last cb.au.ce to see this hill, so come early. other side will be coincided with n emn the arrival of much immigration lit- i era-til ro which, will set tholr frionda Ashtroft readily agreed to afikfng them questions. increase given the men. The Old Folks Ind advancing years bring an'lncreasing tendanc o constipation. The corrective (hay i MNA-DRU-CO" Laxatives Entlrtly from common laxatives. Ploasant to Iska, mild and painless. A tablet (or less) at regulates the bowels perfectly. Increasing Dover needed, Compounded, like all tho 125 NA-DRU-CO pre- parations, by expert chemists. Money, back II not satisfactory. 25o. i box. 'If your druggist hw not yet .itocksd Ihsm. send 25c. and we will mail them. NATIONAL DRUG A. CHEMICAL COMPANY Or CANADA, UMITCD, MONTRKAU 2] (irnnil Grnrral Freight .'ifcnt, T. R, The Bijou Theatre This theatre, which since its open- ing a few woks ago, has s-teadily pained a popular hold on the public owing to the ca-rc of the manage- ment in securing only the very best pictures obtainable timl also owing 'o the brightness and clearness of each picture shown and the absence of weary delays betwen pictures has now firmly established itself as one or '-he best and most up to date nic- ture theatres in the -West. The man- agement wish to announce that-they are able to submit a very strong program for Monday and Tuesday, which includes a fine Thanhouanr pic- ture entitled" "The Loves of Davit! L'opperfield." This is a strong photo- play 'Uiken from the works, pf tbe world famed Charles Dickens, also a thrilling "Western drama entitled "The lied Devils." a picture brimful of excitoinent dealing with Indian life In nil its phases and a side-split- ting comedy which is .guaranteed to provoke of laughter. Coining: The great drama play "Courier of a two reel sub- j Ject, one of the lies--1: ever shown in tbe city. date. Tuciday'i Big Feature TIM- Society Featuring Miss Florence Lawrence Big Comedy Wednesday Welcome of Unwelcome ChrUtmai All This Week "THE STILL ALARM" "COLLEEN Three Reels "LOST IN THE JUNGLE" House of Coinl'oi't Quality I BIJOU I Mouse of Com Tort Quality iSecoiul Series of .Life of Daviil Coppcrtield Entitled Loves of David (taken from the worki of Charles Dickens) "THE KED DEVILS" (A Great Western Drama And a Good Strong Comedy brimful of liughteF R. BALLARD Piano pictures always clear and LITTLE Baritone Singer Matinee 2 p.m. 7 p.m. THIS SPACE for the great dramatic plcy THE COURIER OF LYONS, coming Boon The New Morris TO-NIGHT 'OVER THE n tlirilling (intnm the Pathe Co. tull of heartrending "THE ROMANY scenes- "'MUSTANG- PETE'S LOVE ISssanay Co. a rich comedy by 'the D. "HOW MAX GOT a laugh a minute, Four-Piece Orchestra, boora open 7. Prices: Children lOc; Adults 15c. Whenever you mee a floved hand think of PERRIN GLOVES PLUCK OF A WILL OPEN UP NEW STREETS ACROSS THE TRACKS AS SOON AS OVtHiiLAD BRIDGE IS COMPLETED With the opening of the Ninth Hi. overhead bridge for traffic a new avenue of approach will Ivava to bo opened up In North Le-thbridgl. Seou by the Herald yestenlay yff.erhoou Mayor Adams stated that the A. R. and f. .Co. would open up the streets and' aveaiuos in their property in North Lethhridge Jnat north of the track and opposite the depot. Tbe land is now all in one block, but one of the stipulations made before the contract for the .overhead viti- duct was signed, was that 'the streets YOUNCj! IJANJiKK to tho approach. shonW i he openad up hy tlie company. Il'la understood that it is the in- tention of the company to do so tliis spring. Second, third and 'fourth avenues north will he opened, up, It Is alfo likely that tho in- tersecting streets will also he .sur: Saved a Bank at Vanrou- From Being liohhcil FEAKS FOR THE KING .Smallpox at Delhi An. English Officer Dies London, Dec. wave of alnrm swept ovor London, espociiilly in oF- flcinl circles today upon receipt of tho news from Delhi that Oapt. Leslie Cheapo of the English army, hnd died In Delhi of Bmallpox. Fears for safety of the King and Queen Mary, who left Delhi several days ago at conclusion of the Durbar, were openly ires-sod. (hem and at until 1st.and on 18th. was ai. when he was .appouteri Clerk, Division Freight Agent's ling Freight Agent. lit Montreal. On oflca, Oltawa. January Ifltti. following July 1st. 1890, he appointed year, 'wan appointed Chief Clerk, Chlel Clerk to the Division Freight Division Freight Agent'i. office, Hamil- Acent Hainlllon; AimuU 1st, 1897, tea. Division Freight Agent, Stratford, and Mr. Jnnieii on scomber Bill, samo Division Lommnrclal Agent at iVeU., 1 .'eight Asent, Montreal, which posi-entered the service ol ono the FRHt lion nc has since heln. Frnlcht l.lnca operating In connection Mr. G. T. Pettlgrew, who. as Division with the Ur.incl Trunk liaiiwny System j ireiRht Agent at M ,ntreal. auccecdn In June, 1891, and has bnn mixes- rmng nt wo masked i Mr. Frank Wnlaon, entered Soll'-'illng, Tr.'ivelling and State service 01 the Grand Trunk iilny Int. Agent; July 1st, 1909 he was an- 18SS, anil as apprentice and pointed 't'ravfilltng Ajrenl of------ nt r. i i rlcrk 111 the Ucnornl Freight, Agent's t Urantl Trunk Kall-'tj- System t.t away down an alley and disappeared. Jliiltncwii, of Montreal, has been tfflcc until Oetotur nt, 189S, on which was brought to tho hospital. dismissed with costs. Vancouver, Dec. pluck of vcyed; suburb of Vancouver, saved that In- "ot, Intonda lo stltution from robbery at ,midnlghl. propei-.'y on Ihc mar- Blbba sleeps In tho ank .and was pro lcot' I" is ilono paring for od when lio heard somo property will, In all probahlmy fuie trying tho rear door. With re- used as warehouse" sites, voivnr, in hand he opened tbe door; imenc.ed robbers. They fired several shots ono of which went through Bibbs' ih.nd. 'ho tc8t hf eun- In a fow moments the fobhcrs ran ICTS of the Sheldon ealatc agalnsl Mr. McGill University Examinations in Music Local Examinations in. Theoretical music for all grades will "be held oft April iStli, !9i3. s Local Examinations In Practical g Subjects will be held about a month la-iur. Application formx, filled in and ae- companied by fees, must reach tho Cpnhiil OlTlcc.-In Montreal, on or be- .1st, 1D12.- Formd-atul frca cojiIfiB of the Official Syllabus con- taining full information nre obtainable from -.the Local .SccreUry, Mr. .1. W. .Foiicfl, Nothbridse, or frbni the General the Secretary, No. _3Z3 Shcrbrookc Street be West, Int'o'rmation about the Yearly hiHlioiia for Uiploma of Llccntlatft and Uogrue of Mus. Hac. can obtalnefl from the (Teneral Secretary, Montreal. Tho Examining Board, on applica- tion being made, will be glrtd to con- sider any additions to the present Hit of Local Centres.