Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1914 THE lETHBRIDGE D A I T, Y HERALD PAGE NINE THE \v increasihg enormously - - ---^^ Can we tell you the DEMAND \ Reason Why? "A Trial Package will bring Enlightenment" HO AT An Ail CEYLON TEAS "ARE DELICIOUS TEAS" BLAOX, MIXED OR NATURAL OREEN EALED PACKAO>'� OHLT REFUSE aUBSTITUTM U MILADI .......!^''.Mmi^'^' by "INO" Phones Res.ll 15 Office 1224 DE IB Men Demand Reinstatement of Two Employees-Affects Thousands of Miners Albany, N. V., Jan. 10.-Approxl-tiuitoly 5,000 mm employed by 'the Delawnro anil Hudson railroad company walked out quietly today. The strike order last night was to every I'.n tod engineer, fireman, conductor, trainman, and tclegrajiher at work along the line from Rouse's Point, New York, to Wilkcsbarre, Penna. Mediation from both national and state has been rei|uested "by the company. The men demand the reinstatement of two men who were dis-cliarKod for alleged disobedience. Scranton, Pa., Jan. 10.-The Delaware and Hudson railway tie-up today is complete, the Pennsylvania dl-vih-ion alone from Ninivieh to Wilkcs-harre furnishing 2300 of the men who are on strike. These are the figures of Clinton Morgan, acting superintendent. It any trains are run during the day or get into service before the strike is settled, they wi'l be those that handle the mail, but no attempt will be made to carry passengers. Not only does the strike tie up the railroad, but it will mean the shutting down ot about thirty coal mines operated directly by the Delaware fi Mrs. J. E. Woden, ol Calgary, was a week-end visitor with friends in the city. if -f The third of the series ot Assembly dances will be held on Friday evening in the S. 0. K. hall and the e' er.t i-ropiises to he a thoroughly delightful aft'air. >;: >! Mr. Bennett, of the Bank of Commerce staff at Macleod, was a weekend visitor in the citv. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Hill have returned from Toronto, where they visited the r daughter, Florence, who is attending Havergal., * S: Miss K. Brown, who has been the guest of Miss Iva Schweitzer for the past five days, left this afternoon to visit her parents in Bow Island. * � * Miss Hhea Kaake entertained the members of the Q. C. club at her home, fi08 Sixth Ave., on Saturday afternoon. >S =:= 4: Mrs. J. Herbert De Wolfe will receive for the first time since coming to Lethbridgc at 1229 Fourth Ave. on Thursday, January,; 32nd, from tour to si-x o'clock. =;= * * Mrs. G. E. E. Nobles will be hostess of a bridge matinee tomorrow in courtesy to Mrs. Bradford, of Kegina, who is with Mrs. George Stacey. * * * Mrs. Odette, Twelfth St.,' A., will give a tea in connection with the Ladies' Altar society of St. Patrick's church on Friday afternoon from three to six. All the ladies of the church and their friends are cordially invited. Mrs. C, R. Carlson was hostess of a dinner party on Saturday evepinj;, the honor, guests being the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MltchelL Sweet peas and carnations were fira-� - Mr. iind Mrs. Orman Freeman, . of Detroit, are rcioicing over the birth of a daughter on January 11. Mrs. Thomas Bimrose and little daimhter, TCathlren, of Havre, "Montana, who have been on a visit with IMiss Boles, will return home tomorrow. grantly pretty ill decoration at the smartly ^pointed hoard, where covers were laid for six. Word has heen received in the city ol the death of Mr-s. David Andrews in Calgary on Saturday last. Mr. Andrews was formerly principal of j tho local high school, and Mrs. An- I drcws had a large circle of friends i here, who sincerely regret her demise i and extend deepest sympathy to Mr. Andrews in his bereavement. Clubs and Societies Wesley Mission Band will meet on Wednesday afternoon in Wesley Hall. * * The Envelope Committee of St. Cyprian's church will meet in the parish room on Thursday evening. � * V St. Andrew's church will liold its annual meeting on Wednsday evening, when it is hoped every member of the congregation will be present.