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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1913 What Explain] Enormous Populj BLUE WB1 DAILY HERALD WINTER AND SUMMER WEATHER AT PINCHER ANGE LODGE ORGANIZED PIncher (.tceV, Dec. A. J. too made a trip'io thisi ilisuict Sunday at 'bis raocli at t sHuru. -Mr. has Magratlt. Dec. The School Hoard met in special session ou Sit- clew, a full MtenOaoce of mem- bers calling (or tlie consideration of the for the coming term. Auinl. ealtcns were read from teachora anx- ious to secure toe- posltlona.'of Mlsa wbo I. to Is at- Is always the same, perfect (en. Itsl dianges. Usei's know it is the it by name. this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue I Winnipeg: for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. use In Canada. Write name and never Ask for Limited lock book plainly. eavli of lliclr c .ami tljc heaij i fruit was all stations lisfori tt.p. Scoll Kru am] was urope CanaO all shipu [oHowin'g letter appears m tlio sold tinder tlie Kl. Cntharlncs. Slaoiiatd thB. huckster o To (lie Eilitor ot Tbc Standard: s'jjpmrnts of a Dear am just in receipt pfva company. This clipping taken from the Winnipeg" tern Canada a Telegram of Friday morning, Nov. Scott is a higl 21st, giving a cojideusej report oj' and u'as formr what Mr. Jiobert Thompson, raanajtr He is directly ut tlio St. Cafliarincs Cold Storage, Ontario fnilt-g ta'.d-.at. a 'public mtctir.g in Ontario.-their-fruit'is The clipping reads as follows' -'anyone who ha "Toronto, pnti, direct Scott Friiit co cliarjje that liiaiiy of the wholesale arc too honora jiiiitirrs Western Canada arc in packages. I hr league to boycott Canadian, atid par- inent.s on the i licibily Ontario-grown Fruit, j was district, maile at a session of the Fruit Grow- 'he season rcci PIS' convention] by Robert Thmnpson, j Scott Fruit manager o! St.' Catharines Cold Stor-! lvfrc well plea ac.c nnd Forwarding company. Mr. j Irvlt, and thai Thompson (16clared that most of the market tor a llerfnt Wn.ni] j recently'p-.j-Miased IT.'O sections' of and also isi.r [land from V.'. Chisu, of StUhton, [cr.ifltli references Ky. The lar! lies iu the vicinity o! 'ho claEt to be commenc- I Fishburn, and (or; ed for the )oung people ot tho town several yeau has beeu leased the holWaj'B. llroct Oodtr and H. Ullion. i Tie class Is now almost sure to and .Mrs. Cl.srn left here about sis ;started, and the board is hopeful that jears ago, bcfoie that young and iromea will lake I about 5GOO i-ies in this district. advantage ot it. The course win California veather coaws all 'out-'tfnue until the mlddlo or April, and doors. The Methodist tennis court'will covc-r lie. groundwork ot a fair in Mci Jen's ;rove, being the scene of' common school pducatloa. It Is an a ineny gam- on Dec. 29. The fun is 'opportunity that should appeal lo the addtd ;o by .-'.ating every night. {parents, and their influence should Yi'atrtgighL services will ho held in be brought to hear on (heir children the and St. John's An-; jn encouraging them to enroll, glican dime-la.-! on N'ew Year's Eve. i' Th0 Biaff for tho uc-it term .Tvi1l A -ludience turned out on contain some cca- jxiople, but Ihe Sumlav hear an aJdress Iowjng remain: Wood. ,lilis on given by Kev. W. J( 5Ir. Pearwn 1 at the loading Harvc) Jloort, n.A., in the Haptist shipped, with cliurck. Rev Moore is oresnizer for iiiiv's luo-isv tlit 1'itTlncial'Brand Orange Lodge ______ tVouxh a'-1 M'mKi 1LMICU l.HOUt-n I _ eve." Miss Harder, Mr. Phillips and Uib e il was needed me market and itr for whatever er ivisheE lo ol- iriled very large for the same is sold in adian fruit. Mr. ipected .Canadian, i Ontario man. inpathy our s, especially when rly packed, r dealt with address I After the meeting it was Jo stirt a p. I.. Lodge .'nd on Monday night a decided here. number jf the Summerview L. 0. L. also rmaVers from up Pass, came in to hi the go.; were e; J. II a justki of tht peace. They beat all the ideas The invention of the Nw Oxo Cubes put on a modern iViine concentrated in1 handy this woitcerful food-invenli'ji: for ease arid quickness In tht S'tchen.; Oxo are as fcUat -i! Perfectly perfectly1 advance on Ihe old-faE.hiar.cd flavouml methods of making gravies, and bcefica.5 electric light is on the vax Ori (hey are in for want, acd intreaw th uclritive value, cfall dishes. A Cubs to a cup; DISTRICT NEWS' 1UROXS 12 members manage St. Catherines. Out., Dec. About led. 15 new members Charles Rykerl; K.C., cx-M.P., the last 'surviving member o' Ihe first parlia- days Miss I'oole Uaroas, Dec. }lahn. Of the Methodist church in C-'aimangaj, and Mr. 0. Cf. ol this place, ex- changed pulpits yesterday. Men Gesiiier rciurr.nl Wednesday from n three weeds' visit with friends at Heid Hill, and is now woiVicg in the Farmers' Klevator Jiere. Miss teacher ol tit Uad- Klats school, is spending her holi- Ecrve g-eat praise for" the ca.nabt. way in (vhk-ii ihe school cLilureii ren (he programme. chlldre: has Leca appointed of Ontario, died last ntght. lie wag .83 years of age. In politics he ydo o! I.ethbri-lge, was- the. was a Conservative, and bad a long .tate brother, II. E. Hyde, for' and" varkii career. seve-Ml times dur- mon Miss who has been em- ployed in the t. H. Popham real es- a big (linnet on Christmas day. Mr. Pyhus, sr., who has becti ill for some time, is slowly recovering. A family reunion of the WcntJplbot oflice here ior a couple ths, returned lo her home He was Lethbridge on Wednesday. I M_ ___1 I Mr. .and Mrl. J. A. Oow went to cvcr "Ist SCSSl hoyi 'growers. SERIOUS Church of Eno jobbers there are controlled by American syndicate which is not in sympathy with Canadian growers, 'and which wishes.to corner tbe mar- krl for fruit shipprd in from tha.Un- ited Slates'. We. are, to a great ex- lent, at tliR mercy of this syndicate, lor even now they buy Canadian fruit, rc-laljel it, aurf sell it as American, in orilcr to huild up trade in United States stuff. adverse combination -was, in tiic oy'nion oi the speaker, guile as j in'U'Jf :lho caifaE of the loss of "the, Western' trade to the Ontario grow- r rrs as was the careless packing with which Hie latter is charged." i f Why doesn't Mr. Thompson g who it is- in Western Canada that tEotl thal falsely mnrlcs our "Ontario Irurt, and s truly, K. JWNTEE. Speclalausjc will he rendered hy the choir- i, A sirjjar incident occurred in brv Fork ijEntly. Mr. R. K. Marr, who OF CIVIL WAR WON'T RECOGNIZE CERTIFICATES OF OVERSEAS TEACHERS London, Dec. disappoint- Iiavc them punished for so doing, and also sec that the--Ontario grower ilces not falsely pack his fruit I haie been representing the MacPher- Fon Fruit Co., which is now i calamity. whM ScnU.. Fruit Co., of Western Canada, !lliro's at Durham Rev. lien- Dean of Durham, Liistraas ".sermon In enlarged 'on the il war in. .Ireland, arts .hy a declara- .preaching Tvas re- ?sirea, he a poke of peace, and that unless specific quickly, tho nation might be corfced with a crovntng was. druie in his became Is expressed' by those tcrcsifXjin tbe manoeuvres of a In the Interchange of teachers be- was.either the Motherland and Ihe Over- [of a rlir spell "or lost his balance, [seas' Dominions, at the Hoard of Ed- r preached or so .later he'ucation's notification thai It cannot pugnant lo the expressed thej ecticn were ij iEht imply the ,Em- because (C civil war found hsell stranded on .the., road acknowledge Overseas teachers Mrs. J. A, Nelson returned on Sat- urdny from Perihelion, Oregon, where she vent lo attend the funeral of her father. Miss Ruth Gessner is visiting rela- tives in Calgary for a short lime. The Christmas program and tree at the While Lake church were veil at- tended and proved very interesting. Miss Marie Inkster, who has been vjday and is visiti'.f; her brother and school district must be of U.e'; her many Iriends here her va- coining Th'i fat ion. gratitude ami sincere of th- Brown, the telephone cmlra! oomnrmily h n-.il, spr-nt a coupln of days hist o'Jr wSntsier. Mr. II. J. ar.i uroSf with her brother En Carman- O'-'r teacher, Mr. II. Howard fomeroy gay. Ttiest- two swe worked hard, and de t Mr. ot ths; Union flank stu1! litre, a Christmas in the parental home at Okotoks. ar.d >irs. T. StcCord enlertair.- be ior NIC In ed a large number of their friends at in they Alt thilr share of the uorfc. The pro was cerlainly sjilendlU, U: being ilie tablo.iu esitille c-xec'jtcd of th> family was held on Christmas at the Pi'ls of the boys: us a (at Wcndelboe, home here. lean it was imitosing and jiretty, Th The cantatfij Christmas at Rose- I'iclurc seale inary Castle, which has been prcpar- on hrr thronp, asking for ner child 'cd Ly the children nf tV.e Kiuiday ren, the children coining oue ay on school, was eivcn at Manhattan hall and grouping theoiselves around on CLribtmas night and, bcsidrs be- tliior.p. ibe whole forming a most e ing different from anythir.g erer un- rurtivc -scene. Tlie caste "was as fq dertakcn herr, it proved by far the lows: greatest success of anything ever Riv- liritannia, Miss Bemice Williams en by the Sunday schonl. The hall imlig. Miss Uura. Hendrfehs; Afric: was and every one went away uarbara Sander; Scotland, MiF satisfied that they had received their ciurttr; Ireland., Miss Man DuhliiiFet; Canada, Mr. Ot WIgl children been very trained and the talent shown was a surprise lo everyone. Flossie McDer- molt, Rhea f.ec, Francis Frey and Howard Hansc-n has the leading parts and they, as well as all the rcsl, car- 'rieri their parts very creditably. I The sum of was realized, at Ipast the largest part of which will be presented'to ths church to applv visiting friends In Clarcsholm Hon. Roche-, s'lpeiintendeht Indian Affairs, who "waa Invokcdy the AfEoclato Boards of Several local education: amount a month, icturned to and hisorse anrl bugg? coming hack certificated to aulhpritles In( conaequence, of- here evening. ferine coIonial'.Wlicants the pay of The-foreclosure'sale of the.'Henry nncertiUcated'teachefp, be- land- southeast of town, ing that these applicants are compell- ,whicl1 Was hccc on Saturday dirf financial -rounds, to give up no. attract much of a crowd.. There the; Idea tf a long stav fe bid as high as the reserve. on the church debt. KASJMIR SCHOOL CLOSING Olh'er'-.local authorities'arc ignoring bid the land was not sold. the applicants possess Uie qualifica- tion of certificated-teachers In their for 'the last eighteen years, and the broko oul' il rlot Scott Fruit company has so incrcas- UIsler or hcliUed to the specific f d (heir trade that' during the last isslies.' The fllmg line would push two years I have shipped them over throughout Einplre .anil a hundred carloads of basket fruit might- InTltoJeIgn attack at .the each season from the Niagara tiis- hour wbeti was Ica.Et pra- frict, Ontario, Canada, direct to Pared to res-t- Trade- a'he solicitation of the only.' own country." A proposal is also be- jjerC( qyit icg made to srant the overaeas teach- irv h'pr foe twelve mouths NOTICE To the Householders, [Boarding "House Owners, and iwhers- of Flats and Apartments] Lethbridge The United Farmers of Alberta will hold their annual Provincial Conven- tion in this city on January and .If you have spare furnislic. could bo used by delegates on i please communicate rooms 10 dates Il'iy, Scei-cfavy of the Lolhliijdgc Board of Trade, enclosing attached (-on ion. TO THE SECRETARY LETHBRIOQE BOARD OF TRADE: 1 con provide rooms anit breakfast for ............Delegates, at a rate of per delegate, per day, on the dates referred to. My Address la: ston Dcd ot Traile, supported and endor6c-by the boards or 'stasrath, and olher places, .o Imprj.the trails across Ins Blood Indian 2serve between (Hennood and Ca ton, has taken the matter. In- hamurglng Immediate, Improve- ment oKesa trails. In a to Secretary- Dr. Roche ;s that evcrytjiir.g fojslble he lie for the improvement, which iio desirable, the ex- treme winter sets so as to jvrovtdee farmera of the Gienivoqd district Ith better roads to This improvement as it a great Increase In trade, not onlfor Cardston, but for alt SoutherAlhcrta, permltlhi' as i( will of prrducta all 'hronghhe winter, to the several towns a'cltles, which Is Impossible when tTroao'g are impassable for weeks, i'when they are endangered obsies ar.il fences, as is frc-