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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Iteqay* Febru^lO, 1913. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY GERALD Pago 7 CUT THIS OUT I C60D un^il february 20th 1913, only J one coupon taken from Golden West Washing Powder and returned to u8 with thi8 ticket will be redeemed at the value of 50 Soap Wrappers this applies only to Golden West Washing Po#der -80 ld everywhere-- this ticket must be sent with the coupon only one ticket allowed each person ONE TICKET-ONE COUPON-ONE PERSON this Advertisement appears only twice/ this may be the second time, m DO IT NOW! address Trie Royal Crown Soaps, Limited . ??�*!?' "' = calgary, alberta Lethbridge j MILAD EDITED by "INO" �0= phones Office 1224 Res. 1115 ICE HARVEST IS ABUNDANT Even though the thermometer may orected this summer', and filled, so register higher next summer in Lethbridge than in /Medicine Hat, tho home of weather made famous by Rudyard Kipling,' citizens ought to be able to' keep' cool for over 5000 tons of crystal ice will be carefully packed "away before the' last bartrray ciiinook of the winter niakes its ap- that the Old building may be removed early next fall. The Western Transfer Co. during the \vinter, built a new 1500-ton ice house, giving them a total�,ice capacity of 3500 tons, all of which will be packed by tonight. The company claims that the ice from the. Belly pearance. More ice is being stowed River this year Is-. the, .best obtain- away this winter than ever before. The Western Transfer Co. will today pack the last of 3500 tons. The C.p. R. is still importing from Crows Nost Lake, and when both their icehouses are full they will have oyer 1500 tons stored. The old C P. R. icehouse, which forms such an unenviable background for Gait Gardens, is being filled for able. It is about. 30. inches in thickness and clear as crystal;; scontaining little or no soft surface ice. Some time ago it was mooted that the Board of Health %vould require all ice put up this sea'soh for-sunjmer use to undergo inspection by the sanitary inspector, but this has not; been done. The. Western. Transfer. Co. states, 'however; that tjhei^. would the last time. Early in the fall when pass the nidst severe testy "and � ;are all the ice is removed, the building confident, that, their customers will will he demolished and will make have no fault to find. They are also room'for the beginning of a C.P.R'. of the opinion that they will have park, which Supt. Price said, on his enough ice stored this year t6'meet last .visit, \wpt!ld: ey6ntualiy extend the' ever-increaalng demand. I)ast along the whole frontage of the Gar- year 2,200 tons were put up, but the dens, ...-I-...- supply was depleted in August and : .Building New Ice House * the 6. P.. R. had to come to the Preparatory, to removing tlje old rescue of thirsty citizens. With-1500 .ice house, the CP.R! has commenced tons extra in store this year, how-work on the'-new building-to b8 erect' ert m, the new CiP.R; vanls near 13th enjoy a cool St., N. A portion of this, will be rate. evor, � Lethbridge should be able to summer,- inside at anv of Amundsen's Rivals on Trip to Pole (Continued front front page). E. L. Atkinson, R. N- Surgeon, Baeterologlst,-  Parasitologist. F. R. H. Drake, R. N. Secretary. C. II. Meare,;.jri charge of poules and dogs for the western partv. Captain L. E. Coatps, 'iwdsttlKng �! Dragoons, in charge of ponies and her 1,usband there (logs. Br. Ok C. Simpson, physician tho western party. ?. G-. Griffith .Taylor, Geologist. 10. W. N,elson, Biologist of the western party. ' - 1). C. Lillie,. Biologist. A. Cherry; Gerrard, Zoologist of the western party.i H, G...Pouting, photographer of the; western .party. H. C. Day,, motor engineer of the western patty., ' W. G. Thon-pson, Geologist of the western party. ' C,~ S. Wrighti Chemist of the western partyj-Lr-; >,�� : , ; * I'oatswam T; leather,* in -charge of th8\8ledlng;fputfit,-/'r ' '�^ Boatswain A-. Chetham, of the Ter-; ra'-Nova.-- ' � W. .W. Williams, engineer , of the Terra Nova: W. Lashley, assistant engineer of the western p'arty. . Chief Steward W. Archer, of the Terra Nova. Mrs. Scott, widow of the British Antarctic explorer, though-she is yet probably unaware of his- fate; sailed fr&m San Francisco, February 5th, for New Zealand, expecting to meet lust before her., departure, she said she had not heard'T-kutton from Kim in 18 months, but was con- I After an enjoyable game, a short, fident he would reach New Zealand [ but very tinc programme 'was ren' safely. S Hcodi&g For Lyttleton. The February-bom will find Sincerity and peace of mind; Free from passion and from care If they the amethyst will wear.  o  The seed we scatter far and wide, Along the mellow field, Will find a�lodgment in the soil, And rich abundance yield; And everywhere the loving heart May cast its precious gold, And feel no lack For it comes back Increased a hundred-fold.    Hostesses tomorrow. Mrs. J. W. McNlcol. ........ Mrs. R. S. Smith, Glenelg Tower, and afterwards on the fourth Tuesday, *  * Not receiving: Mrs. A, C. D. Blanchard. Mr. C. A. Stephens, who has been indisposed for the past few days, was able to be out today. Mr. Bremner, of Edmonton, was a week-end visitor wUh his aunt, Mi's McKillop. � *  Miss Nellie Birch, of Great Falls, Is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mil dred Nlmmoos.  � * Mrs-. John Gilmore arrived home on Sunday from a three-months' visit to Toronto, Hamilton, London and Hes-peler. �. ,   Mrs. T. W. Quayle, 316 Fifteenth street, was a week-end visitor with Mts. D, G. Shouldlee, of Carmangay. # * * The G.: I. A. to the B. of L. B. are entertaining the locomotive engineers and their wives, and the district C. P. R.- officials and their wives,'at an at home and benefit in the Oddfellows' hall this evening. * * * A Princeton despatch says: Mrs. Grover Cleveland and Professor Thomas Joseph Preston were married here this morning. Their engagement was announced on October 29 last. * * * A London despatch says: The Mom-ling Post announces that the niaTrlag? of Geeil H. Fitzherbert,'youngest son of Henry C. Fitzherbe-rt, of Millbrook Abbey, and Miss Margaret N'xon, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry V. Nixon, of Edmonton, Alta., will take place in April, in New York.    �Forty-two guests enjoyed the sociai evening given in the K. of P. hall on Saturday evening, under the auspices of the United Commercial Travellers: Association. The committee in charge was composed of Mr. E..-J. SehI,.,Mr, Thomas Taylor, Mr. E. V. Codd and Mr. E. Clemis, and they were assisted in receiving by Mrs. E. j. Sehl, Mts. Cross and-Mrs. Allan Jack. . The early part of the evening was spent in progressive whist. Mrs. E. J. Sehl carried off the ladles' trophy, a out glass bonbon dish, while Mr. Townsend, of Great Fails, won the gentleman's favor, a Lethbrldge U. C, Christ Church, New Zealand, Feb. 10.-The Antarctic steamer Terra Nova, which is supposed to,: have on board Captain Robert. F., Scqttt and the members of his South .Polari expedition, did not stop at Oaniaril as was reported yesterday * but merely signalled. as she .passed. The Terra Nova" is proceeding to the port of Lyttleton, where she Is expected.to arrive. Thursday. Both Ernest Shakjeton. and Roald Amunsden expressed horror,and grief when Informed of the untimely death of Scott. They could � scarcely be Ileve it. To the Electors of the City ofLethhridge -  - Havng'been nominated to serve for ' theiunex])ire.d'^erm of the late Alder-VmJ'.:;- '..maniMcGainbly, I respectfully solicit-. your infliience on my behalf and your . vo.ih or Monday next. I will simply" . remind you here that I have had .a;lii;i).in.-�>.i -v jlbeTpf |(e.ars^ Experience in m'uniqipal . "matters and promise that if elected .1 . :�: %: uiftrill .'lisel-ix^r.^im.e. ind energy for the '�  " fest interests of the city. ' ' , . . Yours faithfully, \ v, % ' H. BjENTLET d�red, consisting of solos by. Miss Stella Lumbard, Mr. G. E. Fleming and Mt. Ellingston, and a piano selection by Mr*. W. J. Nelson, who also acted as accompanist. Mr. A. H. McKeown gave a concise, able address on the significance of:the order, after which dainty viands were served at the card tables. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McKeown, of Red Deer, and Mr. Townsend, of Great Falls. The kindness of those who contributed to the programme was greatly ap predated. clubs AND societies The junior branch ot 'the Women's Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's Church will rueet oh Saturday afternoon. * s � St. Cypriau's Confirmation classeG will, meet at the rectory ou Thurs-; day evening at 8 o'clock, and Friday afternoon, at 4,30. v  * The A. Y. P. A. of St. Cyprian's ChuTch will hold a devotional meeting tonight, when the study 'of Miracles will be continued, !> * � The LadieB' Aid of Wesley "Church" are entertaining the memberr of the choir, at dinner tomorrow night. v Lenten service will he held in St. e held at the home of Mr. Hartley, Thirteenth street. . ,1,^ * � * The men ot Knox congregation are asked to meet \vith;the|.Sna.nagers -and' session tomorrow r^gb^.Jb discuss fin ancial matters. "" *' � ' '. :- 'T: " � �' ' * ;f> Th% Chosen' Fri^ii'db will hold i regular meeting atl'7.30:' tomorrow ev ening In the S. O. E. hall previous to their dance. . .. -. : The' Optimist class, 'Youiig ; Mten's class, and. teachers Of Westminster Sunday school will meet at 8 o'clock this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Byron, 1813*' Fifth avenue North, to spend a social'evening;.- Mr. R. P. Wallace will address the Westminster Guild of Knox� Church ithiss- evening on "A League-of -Peace." As important business iiattera. Will cOme before the. meeting, it is hoped the attendance will be. very large. February White Goods Sale Sale Begins Wed. Feb. 12th On Wednesday Morning we commence our February White Goods Sale- Ladies' Whltewear, Corsets and Blouses: White Cottons, Longcloths, Linens, Vestings, Table Linens, Sheetings, Pillow Cases, Sheets, Huck Towellings, Embroideries, Laces and Curtains-are the lines affected and in spite of the tremendous advances there have been in all these lines of goods, we have in store for you such genuine price economies that with make it worth your while to buy your Spring supplies during this sale. Watch tomorrow evening's paper for full particulars. Sale Ends Sat. Feb. 22nd The Hudson's Bay Stores THREE CONVICTED IN THE DISTRICT COURT two on two charges and bill mallory for receiving stolen money Jud'ge Winter in the District Crim inai tfourt today found James Mallory and Frank Clancy guilty on the charge of robbery and violence and William Mallory guilty on the charge of re ceiving stolen money. His Honor announced that he would pronounce sentence later. William Mallory, James Mallpry and Frank J. Clancy were accused of com 'mitting violence on and stealing two $2.00 bills from one Edward J. Mc-Manus in the lavatory of the Arlington hotel on January 16th last, William Lampman, the  bartender who was unfit to give evidence last Saturday appeared again this morning and testified in a clear and satisfactory manner having fully recovered from his indisposition.  The three prisoners took the stand oil their own behalf and denied the charges.against them, i -.. Samuel McCammon has entered upon: his 51st year as. town clerk ' of Gah'anoque, Ont. HArDRlKO LAXATIVES' . are best tor nursing � mothers because: they do ,! not affect- the rest of- the .system. MUd^butsure. 2S.o. a box at your druggist's.- .NATIONAL OftUS A.ND CHEMICAL CO. or. CANADA, LIMITED. 163 EH PLANT IS CHEAPER AND LESS COAL AND PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR TH-IS -YEAR' Using cheaper coal and less of it, the city power plant will this year set a new - record as a ..municipal' money maker. Ih 1910.the ,pJant--�howed a balance on the right, side of the ledger amounting to ?�0,00(f.r In.  1911 another $20,000 profit'was shown. Last years' /statement, of finances ' has not yet been completed..but the Herald is led to believe  that the profit will again be over 'the 815,000 mark, although a 10 per cent reduction was made, at the beginning of the year. Just, what reduction, .if any will be given on lighting accounts this year, the Herald was unable to learn, but it is likely .that some change will be made. " � This year opens bright for the municipal power plant.' Paying $1.80 for its coal the plant showed a profit for every quarter. A- reduction of at least 30 cents per-*t;on is looked for. Last year-the -city- Coal .mine I made a profit of over $4,000; mining' some 12,-000 tons, * ;'�-, : i : . : i Along : with'"' the' reduction in the price of coal for the plant, it is found that the new. turbo-generator installed during the fall is a fuel saver. Where the mine was putting 90,000 pounds of coal into the city power station be fore the turbo-generator was brought into use, 76,000 pounds are being supplied now. . The reduction is therefore in the ratio of 90 to 75 or about 16 per cent. This is made possible because the new machine can be run with three .boilers whereas the old machinery required four of the battery, of eight. . 1 ; �With a a 16 .per, cent reduction in the amount of.coal used and a similar reduction in the price charged for the coal, the plant should be able to show even larger profits this year than last,-and Mr. Reid has hopes of sell ing. enough of the power produced, twice over, to make this year tne best in the history of the plant. He is well satisfied with the report of-Mr Ross, and every effort will be made to sell power to every consumer in the'city, so that the load-factor may be brought a-s high as possible. SHIPBUILDERS VER TIME London, Feb. 10.-In the matter of ship construction, Great Britain established a world's record in 1912, according t0 the statistical report issued by Llovds. On Dec. 31, 1,907,650 tons of merchant shipping, alone were building, and this was 451,000 tons more than on the corresponding day of. 1911. The output bv Great Britain during the vear was more than the entire production of all other nations combined, as will be seen  by the following tables : w c 'Zt A T c 5 c 1912 .No jf vessels I'onnage . United Kingdom- Merchant vessels ................ ........ 772 1,803,814 713 1,738,514 Warships........................... 50 230,786 30 191,973 Totals ......................... .. , V 822 2,043,630 742 1,930,251 Abroad- Merchant vessels.......... ..:..... 827 846,296 1,007 1,163,255' Warships...................... 119 538,083 144 342,892 Totals.................... 946 1,384,379 1,151 1,506,147- World's output............ ............. 1,1'78 3,419,009 1,893 3,436,398 United Kingdom's percentage of the merchant vessels launched-.was i in 1911 and 60 in 1912. ..-..�/��.-. The worlds putput is the largest ever known, and in foreign shipyards a .record was established by the launching of 317,000 tons - of merchant vessels in excess of the tonnage put into the water in the next best year, 1911. The total output of sailing vessels in 1912 in the whole world was only 105,901 tons, but excluding barges, lighters and similar 'craft,- the- jross.. tonnage not exceed 25,000. seargoing -sa^ing--s-ailing � vessels launched in 1912 does Three Men out 1 for Giyic Honors (Continued from fronts page). t5ha,s. WalslKand Lewis Moore, the latter a Hoard Member of District 18, U. M. W.,.of\A., were declared elected by acclamation to fill the vacancies on the Separate School Board caused by the resignations of B. J Sehl, anil Chairman W. .1. Finn. It was rumored this morning that the faction represented^ by the resigned members of the 'Board would place a caudidate in the field, and contest the election.. Had they done bo it would have been the first Separate school election iirthe history of the district. However, the '12 o'clock bell rang-without a. third, nomination, and' a" sectional light was thus avoided. Voting will take place as follows Roll "A", 317 13th St., N., for all North Lethbridge.- Poll "U", Old Police Station ior all South Lethbridge. , , i,ucky Little jo'hnny Stiles had been placing.truant by fishing; he knew that he' had ;beeri' found out, and was on tlhe way home, looking very disconsolate, when he u�et one of his- school-mates. �.',.-' t !'HulIo, Jliximy-^ What have' you caught?" queried thc latter. "Oh, nufhh' yet," aaid^ Jimmy; ain't" been' turkish' baths will be .. �. conducted as ad- ^ ' vertised J ' What,, Next "One of'the preachers c9in.eyr.f0r, ward with'the"dSclara?r6'ii itW 'the devil iB,not.menitIoned"'vh the bld^esM tament." , 1 "' A "What of it?" ^ " , /;| "Wrell, he claims that, ther^'hsjlng no mention of him in the 01ft /Testament, there .cannot be a devil,*?-'? /JThat's -no .prqbf - .The, Old Vfosfek ment does not mention the Illino'jtf legislature, but there, is one.,'7rQh'l-cajKo Record-Herald. : " Promising that he would conduct the Turkish Bath Parlors in future; so that not even the police wou|d have .reason to suspect it> the, case;, against Ed, Andtirson,. preferred as a result of a raid made early last week, was. concluded this morning when he was found guilty of keeping liquor lo'iv sale without a license, and hped $101) and costs. The appeal in the bawdy house conviction will also be dropped. . " '. No evidence,was taken in the liquor case this morning; While pleading not guilty, Anderson: "atlnjitted tjiat\ the trunlcful of. beer was liquor,: and also admitted the evidence in the  bawdy house case. The gambling charge has been withdraw, thus.clear*; ing up all charges against the Turk" isli Baths. Three common variety drunks failed. to appear, ami ^bail of ten dollars' each was estreated. Another"-was fin-: ed thtee an .'7iHow:t*st.- tacn-notlce U at tter