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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THK T.KTMRKFrHJF IJAJ! VEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, iwt KNOW SOUTHERN ALBERTA-THE HERALD COMMUNITY SECTION A Mining Town of Pep and Progress "In the Heart of Alberta's Coal Belt Large Payroll Live Business Houses Contented Populace ui Across River From City Will Take Supremacy From Tliis Side I Then it looks promising for the j Diauumri camp. A Minneapolis i syndicate are negotiating for tho j property with the view of lifting in the neighborhood of 500 tons a day. Output 2300 Tons What this stimulation means to tho mining industry of Southern Alberta cannot be accurately predicted, but it is a safe prediction that if tho plans as here outlined are carried out COALHURST BOASTS FIRST CLASS BAKERY Big Development Expected in of the tentative plans for the opening ssotuons. The Rogers Block And At Diamond Shortly. of new fields and tbe reviving of old uted roughly as followi: ones, plans which have already com- Coalhurut', 1200 ton menced to take concrete form. Engineers for Federal Coals Limit- ed, a company backed by Montreal Rev. G.S. Hamilton in Charge, increasing rfaiiy. Coalhurat now boasts a first-class bakery and lunch Coal- hurst Bakery and White Lunch. The 'bake oven arrived this week from To- i ronto and a nice assortment of bread, cakes and pastry is kept constantly in stock. Tho volume of busine.. Crowd Last Sunday Her. Q. s. Hamilton has undertaken W. G. Mathers, proprietor and bak- er, is an experienced'man. He came to Coalhurat from Lethbridgc. bus- la located in the old Standard Bank quarters, which bare been reno- production? It looks it see Diamond City and Commerce, EM The Federal Coals 1000 tons h'8 pastor St. Matthew? vated throughout and converted into The Hamilton Mine 100 tons Presbyterian Church united services an attractive bakery and lunch coun- The Federal colliery has now Coalhurat. Last Sunday a most 1m- terM, Mather. conducting a clean, ed a daily output of 300 tons. Th. P.ressire service was held in the brie" place and meritsjbe support of Lethbridge. la this block of coal other mines operating on the west cnurch. 'When an unprecedented very much that way. In lands the Federal interests havo side are working their full quota of crowd the chttrcli. ms almost certain in view I acres. mcn although they are beginning to i Rev- Hamilton chose as his subject: ,i.jjf. :-----___________________ feel the need of more orders. BflBt ThillS On Earth." In an in- START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT BY TRADING AT OUR STORE HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLE REDUCTIONS Were Were NOW NOW LADIES' 13.50 and J3.75 Now MEN'S MLL-WOOL PULLOVER JS.75, }9.00 and Now j> I .DU Joe Bublick GENERAL MERCHANT, COALHU. RST, ALTA. But despite the (lack period now ani1 impressive sermon he being encountered, every sign indl- that-the best thing on earth cates that the mining Industry in was not Wlfe> friend or love. Southern Alberta is on the eve of V9 Tllft speaker point- marvellous developments. With the ed out clMrly that (Se Bible fitted the the luncl desired. LITTLE EILEEN GAMMON DIES AT COALHURST the asDr. Dean of Canterbury, who'fn one The sympathy of the community goes Ontario bis (Deo. 17, 1004) spoke !out to famlly the loss of Eileeir. the adjusting of freight ratei Saskatchewan, Manitoba and CUKIHU markets seem full within the range tne exactness of believed .state- of probability. In fact, the Saskatch- ment51 were disfavored on mou- j ewan market is already dominated Pa'estine, that, added to by Alberta coal, while in Manitoba research, hart gone to prove I our domestic coal Is yearly gaining of the Bible; Professor in popularity. CLEAN-UP ORDERS ARE Skeen, who said there was no antag. onism between true science and true religion as they clash only when they jure false; Prof. F. Hugh Capron, the scientist, who said that the fundament- IXT m rvurxT tuuu LUO umuiLineni- IN MINE TOWN al truths of scienco were the fiinda- i mental truths of religion. They clash A warning has been issued by the when they are false, authorities that all rubbish and refuse must be carried to the village dump- ing grounds located on the slack mo mr. nam- t i, 4. pile.. The health regulations must be i "ton will hold monthly meetings takm.g hl3 "cation during Febru. complied with or prosecutions will be'men. It is hoped to obtain the use of !ary visiting his church Is taking on many new activities. During the winter Mr. Ham- Live News Notes From Coalhursi Mr, and Mrs. P. S. Langtry enter- tained the evening of January 6th, everybody, present spending a ifery pleasant evening. Mr. K G. Thomas, manager of the Coalhurst branch of Standard Bank, made. j the Oddfellows' Hall for these in due Government Inspector Phillips, of time. Hev. Hamilton will take up the the health department, Edmonton, was physical, moral anp" mental aspects of an official visitor last week, and he manhood. His first address will bo on home in Ontario. all expects to return shortly when back yards must be cleaned up. Dog taxes must be paid at once or the canines that cannot show a license i Matthew "Comradeship and Citizenship A social under the auspices of St. PERCIVAL'S Spot Cash Grocery ATTRACTIVE OFFER IN PURE JAM FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY King Beach, Nelson and Empress brands at, per 4 lb. tin 3) We want every lady in Coalhurst to visit our store on Monday. We have something that will interest you. BUY AT PERCIVAL'S COALHURST, ALBERTA ___ Presbyterian Church will tag will be shot. The Herald learns ,Iie held at Coalhurst on January 21st that Dr. Inkrote started a campaign i at '-30. A sooA time is assured. this week when his car and a way-1 faring soup-hound came into collis- ion. This method of extermination is declared to be most effective. NEW I.O.O.F. HALL IN COALHURST OPENED The Oddfellows officially opened their new hall on New Tear's eve with a dance. The attendance was larger Mr. Gumming has disposed ot his drug business. McDermott's Ltd, tak- ing over a large part, and balance medicines and drugs have been taken over by a drug flrrn of Lethbridje. The Standard Bank have at last moved into tteir new premises erect- ed this fall, but not occupied on ac- count of non-arrival of fittings. McDern'.ntt fcr severs! n-.or.ths past, uave returned to the east. Mr. Jack Thoruhill entertained sev- eral of his out-of-town friends over the New Year week eml, among who was Mr.' James Barrio, of Commerce. sou, last week. George is doing well in this western country. Arthur McDonald, of Calgary, ia at present visiting his father In Coal- hurst. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY, MON- DAY AND TUESDAY ONLY Men's Heavy Wool Under- ahirta or Drawers. Regular J2.SO, for Stanfleld'a Drawers. Special Undershirts or Men's Fine Wool tions. Regular for................. Comblna- Men's Heavy Pure Wool Com- binations. Regular' i J4.50, Men's big assort. ment of which must bo cleared. Better look these over for you .will flnd some beauties if you chooao early. Big stock of Boys' Sweaters. Regular prices to f2 60 to A number of other lines of men's and boys' goods at great- ly reduced prices. Men's Heavy Pure Wool Com- binations. Regular j i f ?6.50, Why not join our circulating library and read the lateit novels for 15c? McDERMOTT'S The official opening of the Coal- hurst Skating Rink was held on the evening of the 6th. A very large crowd was in attendance. Our Ice is now in very good condition and hope that the chinoolts will let us alone for at least a month. On the evening of January 4tl: Commissioner Kinney, of the Work- men's Compensation Board, -was a vis- than at any other such function ever Monnties' Hockey Team of Lethbr'idge "or Coalhurst last Friday on bus- held in Coalhurst. The I. O. 0. F. have visited CoalhuiFt for the first game iness in connection with the Compen- fulfilled a much needed want with the new hall. Since Parcival's open -d in the grocery business, (hereby usinj the old Rex Coalhurat has been without a dance hall, and the dances have been missed very much. We sincerely hope that the Oddfel- lows can arrange for their hall to be obtainable frequently for dancing pur- poses. STREET LIGHTS ONE OF COALHURST'S NEEDS of the Lethbriclge City League, in Boajd. He was accompanied which Coalhurst has a team entered by Mr DaTlcs of Lethbridge, who also acts for the Compensation Board. The game came off without a hitch -or mishap, score being 4-2 in favor of Coalhurst. Tho Mounty boys are a Mr- Qutsley was a visitor to I.eth- very sportsmanlike huneli and Coal-; hrldBG laEt Friday; also Mr. J. H. hurst is looking forward to another i Turner, the secretary treasurer of the va-it from them In an exhibition game I Coalhurst school district, both on sometime very soon. Coalhuret team visited on Friday eva.ilng and played the school business. The mine is ohly working three VRts, the outcome of tno game Per week now on account of lack 7-4 In favor of the Vats H.VJI-" !of We sincerely hopo that ord- does not In nnv iray Dignity tlio type lers up soon- I of hockey played. It is the opinion of many Coalhurst hockey snthi Coalhurst is badly in need of some that the Vets had all they -onld ghts. The bright display at tho''- The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Skeith. Mrs. J. Laromle, of Windsor, and iss A. M. Robinson, of Orillla. and who have been the guests of J. J. Opening Announcement Coalhurst Bakery AND White Lunch Our Bakery is now open for business with a full stock of "Quality" Bread, Cakes and Pastry. MEALS AT ALL HOURS FIRST CLASS SERVICE CLEAN HOT ECONOMICAL Mined by the North American Collieries at Coalhurst Retailed Only Through Our Selling Agents, COAL SELLERS LIMITED CALGARY WINNIPEG BRANDON REGINA SASKATOON OUR COALHURST, ALBERTA, PLANT ;