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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHnnmOE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1017 i (Special (o ths Herald) Raymond, Jan. esll- nates clue (he amount of grain it approilmalely rttty per cent. Thousands of bushels ot wheat are I eiposai In Ihe fields can- not he Mnnj- llouiasds.: more are In bins more or subject the elements. Tills grain Is de- In value through eiposure, means the loss o[ vast sums 'if money to (he farmers ot Saulhrrn Alberta and thc loss of a vast amount (Trst-clasE milling ivnMt to t'e .'vi'orld's market. Your correspondent le informed '1hat Ray Kntihl his twenty iboucand bushels of jraln piled -up In the (telo. Mceks brothers tbout three Hioucand, and other faruj- have Bliullar amouuU. Farmers who well Informed Oil Ihu local iltuatlon state BKy per cent, tint they consider a rery ronsenallve o[ the qusntUy of last year'! crop actually marketed. They ara aurtous lo set the grain off their Sands, realizing the grent danger of "allowing their crop tn remain off the until series when they ought the lanJ. I'v Tif sltiillloa If nM utlsfac ierr- WM et.tly !ln and a large amount ot iras moved. But there IE prac nothing mpTiny now, manager oC the EUlson Mill and Elevator here, made iue lion yesterday that he could hanole 'it' least. care if they were S iTailable. On inquiry at Ihe C.P.R. j oflice It was learned that there are 7ery names on the order book tut Jam'eE E. Meets, president oi the Raymond Agricultural Society and a who is in class laucb.-T.-Hh actua 'conditions, gives as a reason [or Uils 'lito "dBmurrage cbargea, which begin 'to pile up after a .lansa of twelre hours, and the long distances the (farmers hare lo haul their grain Loading- a--, car oulalde of an elevalo ift a 'and cosily business li'ant to load through thc elevators, and the elevatora are belp- -'.'tWIth the view cjf, ohtalniog some i'Veli'ef at this poirit and-at iTyhere a 'EJmilar condition prevails, .a! letter vras drsited by "oITIcials of the Agricultural society ;and .the Board and forward- to W. A; Buchanan, M- P. Mr. U going east, shortly and People's Foruun HE GRACE MINE Editor' UthbrlJss Herald: Desr ncufrll tn marJs race mine, or the buying of It, but as I real Mr. Trout's letter (o (lie ilerild, mil jxople an after liforml- .Ion, as overy nereon Is not'ft coat mlnir, I thought I would slate what lltlo 1 know or (he Once mine, and xrhaps someone else will give iVbit I omit someone u veil acquainted might be able to Inform. Mayor Hardle's report la far t eta uake out Is correct, the ot (hat li still unvorkid has titen tgured out In tonnige, but no pe-son gift a vrltten guarantee oa the life ot a coal mine. are cor- !aln things that shorten Its eilsleuM, such as caves from bad roof, faults, teps, etc., causing depreclitleo natiafemeat, ae far as I have seen of .hla mine It Is as good a ploce ot coil ac can' be (aund anywhere In Ihe Lethtrldse district, and Is on a par irlth tbe'Qilt seam. I would think .liis mint} ought to pay the city bet- returns than any other company, as 'there a're tons'aod tons of alack ch could bo used lent never cone out of tbe mice at all, as the miners inside load the cara with 3 fork aid iho screenings from tho fork are left sack In the -waste or gobb. Another- iblng, the transportation Is close, so that it. wouldn't cost .to FlEde it a croas tbe u tbe ffJco of (he in IE euppose that Ii uj> to tbe city they wlih to pay it or not H Mr. Once win not Uke any IMS than and the city vlll not ac- capt It it the price, the deal Is at alsndsliH. Mr. Grace- claims. that the mine IE wcrLh that to him. I don't Iblnk there Is any need for bringing In a mine expert, as he couldn'f give any more Information on the naittcr, perhaps uol to ifcucb. and It would te a waste of money to do so; I, don't thlot the mayor would want to under- Ufee" this proposition unless it were going to ba a benefit to the city, a? the financial part rests on Lis shoul- ders. If he has proved successful In the pisl few years, give him credit where' credit ts due. I may Bay thai Mr. Grace took over the mine It hu been re-timbered all along !he main entry, a fan for ventilation has been IbsUHed, big nils have been laid, a ferry Iq cross the'river, al pre- are the Ice. There la EE near as I can calculate Sitii Dtilc Piit Through in flit DUtHct' (From Our OftB Correspondent) WlnnKrsd, Jar, BChiol'dls- trlcts centering A. WUifttfred are now talking conjolliatton, snd a mftting of the raletayjTt of the four districts cfoccmed will held here next, Bat' specter Gormtn Irqm Medicine Hat vlll be present at the railing to plulii Uie cociolljslea school system and aid In the diac'uEilon. .Thera au pears to be soroa opposition lo Ilia proposition, .but It Js hellevod even- tually the consolidation will be brought Into effect, "hen It Is eipcct- ed. that a handsome' 'consolidated school, along the lines of Uiow.re. cently erected At Warner and Coat- dale, Yin go up 1ft Wlnnlfred. .Wlnnlfred. Is ikWIal general prosperity of cfHUtrj, and good beifi at the 'present time from he to the' matter Sir Heary Drayton; other members 6[ the.rail- l-wiy[ The .extreme stri- 1 of to r targe (tula on the farmers bands; JlluBitltr liable to partial or total until spring, was 'pointed out. liNeiRTS lo 50 tons lump 'coal going from the mine, beildes the nut coal, which could ilr oe increased on a mine run basts IE the cfty.Tvere to Uie it With regard to Mr. Trc-uVs Inquiry 6t Mr. fl; ra poor coal In city mine, the coal has heen proved to ot very poor quality, border- Ing od the south and cut -la some Bectlons of this Beam, th'e south bor- der" ot the seam nine clear out of put thraifh tke jaut or BO In this dUtrlrt, saoat of them betwMa are eitenulug their prtaeot hbldiKie C. Keller piircnaied 'ooe 'of the-Saueor (luarters today, and Viher deils are I. C. Freeman has purchased the Schuler quarter, and U is- rumorfit that he la cc-nteiipla'tlng "further ei lo his holdings. John Ber gen purchased lie rinud quaiter and John Popel hdughl over the noss Williams fbrm. -The averse, prlci being paid for the. Bluff is good. S. Angle, bought a half Eectlou from Uley njerklsnd. V Ulnnlfred'e fourth; is Jus' being completed, capacity o about .bUEliels. Thft U. A. held a shadow tocia on Friday erenluc in the I. p. O. F tall, followed by v dance, the entln affair being highly successful. Sir. and Mrs. 'joe Fisher, of the. Fliher .Mercantile Co., are spend leg a .few months in. Maine. coftl, nothing huV Dlack: Jtckj 'etc.' AJ Mr. Moore iald, mines are like bcyins a pig la a poke, eome are although the one across the rlror OJT> ronninB for a per- iod of 20 years or there- about. Hope to hear from ''someone who. can enlighten the aa peo- ple InfonniUoa. Tnutlng -you will accept worts u ilncere, u I hiv> written .them, and ai I Bold before, that i' axa neutral as' Thanking _ o.ut'npice, t -F- truly, W. SIMil. for Alta.f. iinHnr ia a. ataaon in hockej Uila wlDter.-- for a team ias been found, and the bora git ID shape they irl.l ..-.iba; tome ArrmjetBentfl tjeloe nude with Imru from the riiaiiTOUinilns dlsincl It IB 'likely that OfcolofcV will 'plaj "Here ICiiilinfc ia well undar war. The .'loul cdrHfif club Ii Bfrouger and bet- [tir thai, erer. With .the rlni moTed "iit'to jown tie advantages are greater itban.; other rears.. The grwler, tea rinkfi UJtlBg part in McNaughlou trophy .which Is plijed oil al the present- It Is 'expected that tie" club will try jfor the 'trophy Velch is al present held hr N'snlon. >Iany novel ways of raising money :foV the cause oi the Red Croes have -Weni devised hv the of (Vulcftii branch, PrfevloiiJ methods ;iiiTe heen that of holding dance JTheie art always a succeaa. They hjive areraged over }200 a month 'ud are held once a month. Thli feet's Issue of the Vulcan AdrocaU out by the ladles oT th jHri CrMa and a certain percentage .of. Ihe proceeds are to be donated to fond. A huaper taeue oi the t- ;AdTocatc is expected. ['-The annual meeting of the Feno- diitrict will te held nex 'Saturday afternoon. -J, >Ir Henry KrnsL left neck fo comsL He -will Join Erna Jn' CaMfprnia, and spend'a few week In.the, eonth before return. r' Mr. M; D- Kehr who IB aulld.n'g a Tip-locate brick garaRe 1n .tared to Calgary yesterday He eipecte to open the garij hurch Is nearin will be opened I co.uple ot weeks. Vulcan's new c completion, and v. Ui.near future. E. Upton or Calgary arrive ta town today to accept a position a itenofrapber In the Vutcac bran> the Bank of Hamilton. latin Shields a Okotols over the week-end. new.OddfeUons hall IE alac. for occupation, ani it Is e tiat It will be opened .''rti wMka.- JfISB Verlie JfcQileen spent la weft stalling frlewlt In Ltthbridg MOflE TftOUBLE FOR WMHINSTO ;'.-New Tori, Jan., K by Se flrit mlnliTer to the UaJt-ti Stale here today, MCESIF CHIID'S td tbe Herald) Raymond, Jan. ond Is situatPd within eaar reach mines, the coal shortage here -jet Very prononnced. Some are lallQE oTerlind from LetbbrMge, ul this source-'cao only supply a. mlted" nutnber. ,It Is .neit .to ,1m- [We to purcbue'lump coal here. Tae Jtileri ther cannot orders; rUIed, .and that wbea be; do 'scaira a car It usually 1s nut '.There are coal dulere In Bood hibdllDf Oftlt and Imperul oal. by tbe HenM they 11 told i flJmllir stoir.. They alm- 5y cannot get coal, and unnot Ire a aatlElictory reason why.. Tbe oat nun are-ftnitous to supply Ihelr atroot, tui'Uiey maintain laat they ate ecarclty fuel aol so .ROT loal the Ttrm, but.tbe Ural cold cap Till wltflw'a actual suffering If more Is not snipped Into, tha south conntrr- Cbltf of Police ana Ma Brother, George, left yesterday for Jlah, ckUed south by the death of their aged mother. .The de- ceased lady years of age, and v as one of the pion eers of Utah. EUy PoTsIl li' acting marshalL during Ihe atseace. If Crott, Cka Little Llvcr.nqd Be we Is, A 1 native today- saves a slclc chtl tomorrow. .Children 'aimpty- irllL' no take the thrift, (torn 'play ,tp "empt their bowels, which become clogged u with Triate, HTef, gets; slu'BcIah, >tom ach sour. 'n ,Lapb at coal or CQlld'rriis'leW, "croiss, erlfih, breath doesn't ea b'eartl.j', full of iha's aor throat or any other children'a al Dent; give'i teupoonful ia Sjrup of FliVthei? doi't worry becaoie U Is perfectly harmless, an In a few houra ill thtS co'nitlpatlo poison, MUT bile and fennentlB vute wila gciit.f uor'e out of th and you have a veil, playfi child A thorbuch Vloalde clean o ft 1 met all It Ehould be the first treatment give Iri any ilcineie. 1 Beware of cb-jnterfelt syrup Ask yoar drucglit b'ott of "CaJIfpniia-Syrnp whlc haa full dlrectlonH for. baljlei.'ch.ldre of all agn idd for frown-upa plntn printed on the bottle. Look'-careful and Eee.tiat" H Is "Ca fornla Syrnp 1MD CflSE BUFFALO BILL CAN'T LMT MUCH LONGER enTer, Colo., Jan. William Cody (Buffalo Bill) gradually was growing weafctr today. Kfe passed a fairly good night, but his physicians predicted the end vUhln 24 Col. Cody's system has e.ul.-ely brfii- en down. food he paitatM ct no longer produces lite and practical- ly all natural functions have H3BD pATTAUON WILL OO OVERAEAt FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK Ottawa, Jan, 143rJ over- sew -baltallon. (Bmtame) EUtioned at Victoria and recruited In British "iii hare tranEferred into, a rail Tray conktruc- tlon ac'd will leave OTcraeas as a "PAPE'ft OlAPCPtlN" FIXES SOUR QASSY, UPIET tTOMACHS. IN FIVE MlHUTEi, v i If whit you ;ust ate Is ecurfog on your atoma.cn or llea lump of lead, refUBtoc to you belch gat and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of burn, fullaeiB. naiiBea; bad taste In mouth and can surely get relief In 'Lve mlnuleB. Aik your yon tho formula printed "on Iheee cases of Dtapepsln, then you will understand why dys- peptic troubles of all klnda muni go, and why it relieves sour, out-bl-order stomachs or IndlgeBtlon In fire mirv- utea. "Pipe's Dlapepiin" Is harmlees; lutes Iflce candy, though each dose will dlfeal and prepare tor aii.mlla. Uon Into the blood all the food you eat; beilden, It mikes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; hut what will pleme you moat, li 'hit you will feel th2t your itoinach add Inlea- lints ire clean awl freab, and you will not need to retort to laxtUTes or liver pliu for bilious nebs orVcoDttlpat.oi This city Tf111 have ma.iy "Pape'a cranks, M totnt people wll call them, but you will bnlhualaitlc abont IhtB splendid stomach prepara lion, too, It you wer'take It for Indl gnlfon, Sourneia dyspepsia, or Get aonie now, mfriute, aiid rtrf younHf oi misery and Indl gcatfon (a fire cat Bargain j "Necessity Knows MO Law and iu'tual ivorili have iio in the eoiisiilcratioii of I lie ijiiiek prices t ty' clfiiu tip these sttMJks; Tlie one Idea IK In clean the vui'kKiu make room tor new siting Uo arrive and the y for drastic price c' to el'IVcl tliiis piii'itose during (he next I days has been diligently. Kept In mind. pVE CAN WE HAVE A KNIFE HAS BEEN BED MEKCILESSLY SALE -PRICES IN MANY CASES WOULD NOT CO VIW'FIRST ICOST'OF THE MATERIAL ALONE, THJT TIlEY'lJIi PRICES THAT WILL SELL THE .'jl GOODS, AND T1LVIYS THE OIJJECT OF THIS AUK- -LIMITED I I AND EAKLY SELECTIONS ARE MOST ADVISA1JLE. ami Cloth Coats, and Saturday All ami Cloth C'uiits, Thursday, Friday All Cloth" Coats' spimiiij) to, All Finest flunb Coats, fiir All and Opera Cloahs, handsomely aiipliqiied. 50 All to Suits. Plain Cloth's; anil Tweeds. 'i fold Suits, Plain Cloths ami Tweedy ijliO.66 Suits. Finest Serges iiiid Itroadclotlis. Silkauirsfoge Dreaies, -1120.00 values. .S'ii-ciai Taffeta Presses, valiies at, Ail SJJk aiid Satin Dresses. On Sale All Silk aiid Satin Dresses. On Sale al 'All and Satin Dresses. On Sale at ....-.__. JO All etc. All Dresses. Nets and si Dresses. Satin and Geovgcttc All Skirts, Tlmrsflay, Friday, iinij Siit in-day S5.00 aiidiSiiiuniay AH and All anced and Satin Skirts) Thursday, J1Q.QQ I aiid ''-'MOO s "All Wiob >Silk Kinionas. Very Cheap at All Challie ami Silk Crepe Kimonas. Ct-cpe -J57.2jj> v ______________________________________ _ ___ -AH "......L' and (le, Clienc W: Some SUk Waists. On Sale :..l.. -.3.75 Mimkrat poa't, oiic only. Size fifty inches .Ions. foiiy oniy. Size 28. 3ti ini-licslQiig, box .styje.: Y Fox Set. A beauty ;tt .jflJi.QO 1-. f Mink MulT. Very at Mink Stole. Very cheap' a( ErnihieSei. Woi Set. viihic ;i Seal, trimhicd Set: SS35.00 Black Fpx Muffs. Xewest rounrt slmpes. v. itc; Fox SeL Yery diciii) at Black' Bat Set. A Ix-aiity at Black Opiiqssiiin Set. Wnndcrftil viiliio.......... Set. Young ladies' HJXC. Sable get. Plain, staple i. BJaqk Wolf Muffs. Very cheap. 1-...-.. :y aiuj fyim C'hiHlrcn's White 'Lamb ami IMANY OTHER LINES NOT MENTIONED IN TIIISWST ON Til E THREE DAYS AT SIMILAR -..v.v Final 'Fur Sale ;