Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 Day Hole! In Alb.rU HERALD X .'HfgH- 'Claw Roomi. Meals In Another Lot of Canadian Apples THIS TIME ONTARIO AND WAGNERS, FINEST AS FOLLOWS: NO. 1 Barrels, each NO. 1 SNOWS, cases, each NO. 1 Catevcach NO. 1 RUSSETS, cases, 'each NO. 2 Barrels', each NO. 1 WA'GNERS, cases, each FINEST COOKING APPLES, LARGE BOXES, GROSS WEIGHT OVER 50 tbs. GREEN- f 4 INGS, SALOME AND BELLE DE BOSKOOP. PRICE PER BOX Office: THE CO Store: DI ror 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER 53 Lethbridge, fair..... Edmonton, clear Moose UJaw, .clearr...... Qu'Appttle. -14 Miunedosa. dear.......? 46 Port Arthur, fair.........', i Grand Forks. ,4- Calgary.... Swift Current dear Regitia, clear '...........'35 JBattlEford, clbnr......... t Winnipeg, clear........- Kamioops. rain........., 46' 30 The weatiier fine and mild. "west, fair today and on Wednesday with higher tem- The Time of The Year has :_coma_whe_n yeu .spend a good deal of your time indoors, and if that room nicely- Papered or Kajaominedr_andjie surs to have the glass fixed Storm Ssshcs. For prices sse Wellington Bros. THE DECORATOaS. i At th- Sherlock Block. Phone 1752. 'CITY AND DISTRICT i Court at Raymond J His Honor.Judge Jackson, Court Clerk Dawson and H. Ostlund motor- j ed to Raymond this morning with G. Green to hold court j j Debaters. Thc "Y" club meets ill the Y.M.G.A. auditorium Wednesday evening at I S.30. Everypnei interested- is invited to attend. TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. Xov. 10. Opening and of today's markets is as foi- lows: Wheat Xo. 1 Feed................. No. 2. Feed................ No. 3..... 4.................. Feed............... No. 1 N. W. C......... No.-S- AMERICAN. MARKETS Mlnnsanoli i icker at Foremost Thf7 telegraph wires were "cut in" to the C.P.R. depot at Foremost to- day, and the ticker now carries the news 10 that pioneer December 11S% December 56 y; May 5S% iVoyember 125 122fi Decemberr. 125. 121 May 1275; Winnipeg Cash Prices No. "l.: Northern 120 No. 2.: Northern No. 3 Northern 112 No. 4. 107 No. p-t. 102 9714 Peed 9314 Oats': No. 2. C. W. 36H No.3. C. W Estra Xo. i. Feed 531.; Underground Cable, at Subway 52 Charles Elliott, one of tno leading telephone contractors of the province 70y. arrived in the city last night to place 66 the government telephone system's 62U cables .at the" 13th .Street subway ,un- 62 dergrotind. The work occupy 1 about ten days.-: t 117 110 December May..... December Chicago 115 120vi RHSIXESS LOCALS Inquest at Police Ccurt The inquest into the death of Hani. Marshall'is in progress this af- tertocii at the city police court. These on the Jury are ilessrs. J Keid, Allin, ZklcKelue, iV. .D. Finlay, Sidney Jackson, and Ed. English, A. E. Humphries being the coroner.. Court Passe.s on.Voters At the Court .of Revision on the vo- ___Witry Show, December ters' '.ist this morning, a boot Go appli- 1-4. Entries Vlose Nov. 21. For prise j carious werer -considered.. A .'number ist and entry forms write P. King, of .applicants appearsti' personally to Bos 512, City. see that their names were but St. Mary's Jle'n's Society will hold j the majority v-'eat through -without whist drive-in Parish Hall, Tues- consultation with, the applicant If day, 10th at S o'clock sharp. Six there was: Eufflc'ient evidence attached good -prizes will be given; also two season prizes at the end of the'season. REMEMBER- you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling' fires and 'large blocks for your fire'-place.. Phone 362 and we will deliver; Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134-16th St.-N. Gold Fish AND Fish Globes We have just received a big Gold Fish Fish Glolics Fish Food. etc. Fish from. 10c to oOc Globes from 25 to 50c An interesting ornament for any room in the house. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Gallery practlco u-Xl held at 7.30 tonight the basement of the Cen- tral school. The Quarterly Official Hoard or ley Church will meet tonight at S o'clock. NO US. SOFT (II tit Thlr era. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 222 coal is coming into Alberta, so far as we know." This statement was made this morning b'y Manager Reid, of the Chi- nooa Collieries in answer to a query regarding the complaint made by one of the delegates of the miners' union to the conference of government and civic ofiicials at Calgary "last wee'i, to discuss the question ot the imem- j in-the province. It was charged that American soft, coal being imported, and that if! such was the the matter should i he investigated and if iound correct, stopped, if-'possibie, so that coal from the mines in the province would. I not have, to compete with eastern! coal Tins i ouid give the mines more I orders to'work on, and so help 'the question-of unemployment. The oper-j a tors themselves say that no Amcri-j can soft coal is.being imporlsd and ihey know-of-no importa-i t'ons either. The local market ex-1 tends as far east as Brandon, anil i some local" coal is going as far east as .Winnipeg. The reduction in freight, rates has-helped very materially, say the operators, to "estand their mar- let tnl no competiticn is nu-t until i this Prandon line is reached. Some soft coa1 be-n Unovi-h to cornel as' far, Swift Current, but it is stated that the ra-ilroads are using all ths'soft coal imported from tut- PennsyJvania fields.. Thtir- reason for1 doing said to be the old-.ex- cuse that they can utilize ths empties fcy.shippin-T other products haclv. They can purchase the Pennsylvania coal or less than they pay for( Alrerta coal, and it also has the.ad-- vgntaee of- a lake and rail route over t an all-rail route. Alberta coal reach- es many-points, in the States, and the lack oi-orders generally is sai'd io te'due to the mild n t to competition with the Yankee product i Try a Sack T Then You'll Know As a Christmas Gift A handsomely finished photo- graph of yourself will be a lasting tribute-in- creasing in value as time passes Photographer 906 3rd Ave. Lethbridge OF OIL AI m Spark Plugs, Tires, Blow Out Patches, I Inside Patches, Electric Globes PROMT DELIVERY I As duiviMp as tin-- staiulcird Remington. AVcight loss than halt tlu> standard model. 1'or tho traveler and toi the home. Authors, clcrovmen. jilnMtuuis student') and others -wanting a (omp.ul small, reli- able will welcome this machine as solving I'oi'.thciu the Upevmtoi piohlcm J'rife. illi dust-proof cover With leather traveling ease; Other Remington models passengers have to do the distance on foot, trans- from one train to ar.bthor :ic at this point. On the Spokane flyer j which arrived at'.tbe scene about mid- passengeravwere aTvakened out of their sleep arid had to walls with .their baggage at.daad of. night.' Just Two Drinks Wiite foi fRemington Typew liter Conipanj 110 Sixth Avinut Alti I It doesn't pay to get. drunk tsvo drinks." Nick Simihuc and Joe .Chipek found yesterday morn- ing. When the magistrate dsked them how many they.had.imbibed, Nick ans- wered "two." .There was a rush of applicants to Hiid'biit where se- cured these and the magistrate expressed .the.belief that the.glasses.must1 a gallon each. "For having jiist two said the will fine you and costs.'1' ;THfs didn't serve as a Joe. who was the.dock- et. two, and was assessed the frne.j.Todo Onpfrychiik tip, but instead i of saying he 20 or .10 i as he might Jiave liossibly 1 been released he'.etretch- ed it only one point and 'slatetT'that he had hoisted "Three i and said the'magistrate: ndak was assessed a'dollar and 'costs for interfering with the arrest Companions. Although one of ths men had only taken two drinks, he had toi be carried to the police station. Dollar Myttery" ONLY 6 MORE EPISODES Watch Them Closely WEDNESDAY 8TARUAND CARD OF THANKS take this means of publicl} pressing our sincere appreciation, for the sympathy as expressed in words, acts and tokens by the many friends' and organizations, during this time'of groat sorrow and bereavement. -Mrs. and Mrs..Hi H. Diser and Familj An abundance of gas and a "color of oil" at feet, is the statement' credited to ha R Segur, who is drill-] n s for the Grand Trunk Pacific syn- dicate In the Sweet Grass field, -by a Calgary daily today. "Short of bring-! ling in a said Mr. Segur, "con-1 j tlilions arc ail that I could hope for." j A large amount of water was encouii-' jtered at 1100 feet and the men at the weil aic nov engaged in cementing I this put, so that drilling may lie con- tinued. Mr. Segur is especially en- amoured-with the gas .possibilities of the Sweet Grass resion, as he bslicvcs there be a ready market for this valuable product in the cities nf Montana, especially in the mining centres, whsre smelting is done. Ar- itificial gas is being used In l.bla pro- cess, and high prices are being paid forr it. The Segur well is once more Write or Phone H, T. Henderson Garage The Garage With Service" There arc imly Six more Episodes of The Million. active as Mr. Segur returned to 'the} over Ciiaife site-yesterday with the expectation' of .finding the water shut and the drill once more hammer- ing a'way toward tlie oily deptiis. DEMOCRATS GAINED SEAT Los Anseles.'cal., Nov.; fil c held [Uaiters tiert the elf inn ni II H.-ndill demo- crat oroliibitionls't to congress rroni (ho MnU district bi H raijority of- W Mystery Don't Miss the 15th Episode Thrills Surprises XOT.ICE G. 0. R Dance You are cordially Invited to.a. Hard Time llfilil in the. K. of P. Hull Thursday Nov. 12th No invitations have been issued, but (he strong bouncers will; eject any undesirables. Good Prizes for tho poorest 'dressed couple. The iiGHt Apiece Orchostiv. in the city has btien ongagod. Dancing at 9 p.m.-Supper at 1-. Dancing till 2 a.m. TICKETS Ladles 50c. Gentlemen Half a Doller Rant'alli elccf rjn the s pohti al comnleMon to the Gali- fornia de'pgetlon ia the house Demo- crats, Kcpuh'JiconaL three; ,Pro- gressives three: lndepende.nt is :i Democratic gain ,of seat y. corresponding Republican addition .to the Democratic gain formerly Repuh'iican ssnatorahjp. "Millicti Dollar Mystery" ONLY G MORE-EPISODES Watch Them Closely WEDNESDAY ;STARI_AND Imperial Bank of Canada CcipiljiUruid Up S7.000.00Q Kcseivo Fund.......... Total Assets, Ovci Heat! D..R..WILKIE, Prenidcnt ..Hon. ROBERT Vice-PrMldcnt SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT and interest allowed t. .W. R. S6ATLE, 'Minagcr Deposits of SI.00 and timvords received and Interest allowed from "date of deposit. USTMBHIDGE BRANCH.