Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thiirwlay, July THE DAILY HERALD1' Page 9 fPUREI MADE IN CANADA WHOLESOME MAGIC BAXJ N G POWDER RELIABLE: NO ALUM ECONOMICAL STRIKE AT COLEMAN Colenuui, July of the pit hotul workers in tho International 6pal and Coke Co.'s work oh Wednesday morning through n real or fancied grievance. According to. the terms of the agreement be- tween tho mine owners and the min- ers throughout 'the Crow's Nest Pass, all be rarer-red to the district of any action is taken, the district officers1 and the mine owners 'then select of arbitrators who will thoroughly In- vestigate -the 'subject under dispute, and pass opinion .upon, the same, .in the present instance, the district of- ficers liavo not yet arrived'In Cole- man, and the miners who'feel aggriev- ed, have stinply taken it upon them- selves to quit work. The people of Coleman feel assured that as soon as the district officers arrive here, which is hourly expected, and investigate differences, the so-called strike will he called off and the men will work. .There is no occasloirfor any alarm- ing rumors being sent out from Cole- man at the present time, as in the judgment of tho's-o .best, in. a, posjtlon to know; the is- a small will, tie easy adjust- ment. SCARCITY.. QF SPUDS 'AT, .'.EDMONTON Edmonton, julj restaur nnt propnetors found tliemsolves up agabist 'an unusual d thev discovered that there were to1'he of We-wholesale or retail inarkets; It has been known for aboiitvill now bear special reductions to the end of the season. WOMEN'S VIC1 KID OXFORDS Grocery Specials for the Week-End Shopper 3 Ib. H. B. C. nnr Special Tea 3 Ib. H. B. C. J0C Lard Table Salt, 4 for Cooking Chocolate, one pound Jiln cake......... 4WC, Falrbmnki Scouring Soap, 2 10 oz. cakei for XWj BAY C0. ibout the time a good horse race held tho boards. "-You bet, it will be different this said Manager McNicol today. :'o the grand stand crowd the races and attractions are the whole thing and they are going to get what ay to see this year. So the fair management went right the Western Vaudeville Managers' Vssociation at Chicago, and hooket ve-attractions which will assure the isitors to the fair this year a vaude- lUc which will be worth La nose Bros, with their rick house and traiupolin give ommly acrobatic exhibition which or fuii cannot l-e beaten. Then the lice Eldovados, nil sisters, put on dancing doll stunt, the like of hich is not often seen outside of irs in big centres. These two at- ract'ions alone would make a good 'ening's enteriaitunent. Performing monkeys, dogs and pon- s will lie seen in DC Dio's Circus, nd put on a clever performance. For acrobatic feats the Japanese nation cannot he beaten, and the Osaka Japs put on some thrillers in contortion and acrobatic feats. But the palm must be given to the FamUlc a troupe ot seven, whose acrobatic performance is re- cognized as one of the best attrac- tions which over travailed through Western Canada. Secretary McNicol saw this troupe perform twice at the Winnipeg exhibition, they i The attractions, this year wilt not he mixe.'l in.with the Iiorsc races cither. A cooling stable for.the pon- ies is being built, so that the vari- ous heats of the races can, be run of! with as little "delay as possible, but in the heats the attractions will have the attention ot the audi- ence, and everything'will be worked with clock-like precision. Without doubt the .fair this year will ofTer more in the way o! amusements tlian has ever heon the case heretofore. A BARTENDER USES LICENSE FOR SELLING LIQUOR TO AN IN- .TOX1CATED MAN IN STRATH- CONA Edmonton, July. li- cense branch Attorney, Gen- eral's department suspended ..bartend- ers'. license No. 136, held'by tender in one of the'Stmthcona ho- tels, .for an infraction of Section 7- of the liquor license ordinance, sell- ing liquor to an Intoxicated person. ThIK..bartender was warned about his action by an employee of the depart- ment, but would not heed the warning, 3hlcf License Inspector Forster sayB, in connection with this matter, that Ihe: -suspension or cancellation of a bartenders' licenses in different parts, .of the province, will effector.making bartenders'rftcognize the off their -work un- der the liquor license ordinance. In iisuing ot tteee W the year 191203 to there was printed across the face license, in red ink, the cau- tion: "Do not serve liquor, to drunken men. Under section 72 .of tbo liquor license ordinance it Is a crime' .to servo liquor to' drunken men, or to allow a 'to consume li- quor upon licensed premises. to man it is not right. Bartenders are cautioned to exercise care 'and judgment under this section" of the act, under the penalties prescribed by the ordinance, and under-penalty of cancellation of license." On Friday the Attorney; General's, department secured three convictions in Calgary for infractions of the Lord's Day'-Act, against selling goods on Sundays, Oh the pro- secutions tho Attorney General's de- partment was represented by Stanley Jones, and the defence by Thomas TwfiedleVof Tweedic McGIUlvray. The cases 'Here heard oefore Magis- trate fines inflicted. An insane Andette, who died !in Kingston penilentiai-j, was. a Vvicti-m.-of not a suicide, as reported. The Reason Why You put into every article you bake your experience, knowledge ind skill. We have 'put into Alberta's Best Baking Powder our stipremest effort. If you exercise the same care in the selection of Baking Powder as we do in its manufacture, order Alberta's Best every time, is uniformly excellent, and invariably certain irr rieiiuM.