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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKTHBR1DGE DAILY HERALU WEDNESDAY, APRIL S, 19.11 II Bf Being all pure tea leaves, you don't have to submit to the annoyance of dust and dirt floating in your tea i cup and injurious to your health. Costs no more than common-pi ace teas. packets sold in bulk. Grain Kate Reductions j lxM-ul Aud flour rates are i flintlatiy icJuccj Wo mflhods, i first !'v" a direct reduction, raudnt Jroin ii1 to Mi per cent., and. sivondly. 'by makius terminal Port rates tie maximum that 'be charged between intermediate su- rer example: U'oailvlew lo Winni- peg, now bacouws 15 cents K'Olijs.. and t'alBary lo XViulillwz. now IS cents, through the api'lU-atta of the Fort William rate as niMtiuum becomes 21 cents rvr lOC'.lis. U'esttn'ur.d rates on flour oth- er ijraiu are similarly reduc- ed. This Is an endorsement of tl.e core- I'laint cf Hie railed Farm-rs of tu.'la 'J1? of the Win- uipes Hoard of Trsde. TLe ttilieJ FarcuTB of Alberta also flit lu their application tor reduction of. rates on these iiroducts BIG-REDUCTION IN FREIGHT RATES ORDERED-BY RAILWAY BOARD FAVOR THE WEST (Coctto'cd Ft cm Kroat Uetina, old Itegina, netv Moose Jaxv. Jloose Jaw. new Calgary and l-'diauntoa, Kdniontoa and Calgary, Saskatoon, nf'V SasiatooV, new Lethbridge, old .iithbridse., era- Nelson anil Kevebtokc, Herclstote ar.J XelFcn, old U) 1.5? 15'J 1.53 2.1J 1.71 1.64 2.1S 3.O.! i.Jl 1.3J l.SS l.SS 1 75 LIU 1.37 1.73 1 07 2.M (3) (1) 1.1O .95 l.Oli l.L'i 1.19 1.13 10S 1.16 1.10 l.H 1.3D 3.Q2 1.67 (C) (10) .03 .34 .tl .3S .til) .33 Coal Rates Rcducsd rates from ami' other Alberta points are tul'stantinl- ly cut. for example: Letbbrldge to Cxlsary. from fl.SO per ton to ?1.4J; To Kdmontoa, from J.-So to To Sivift Cuirect. to To Rcjins, from to To Virden, from to 53.1'J; Ti> Saskatoon, from to per ton. Sugar Raits Reduced Carload sugar rates from Uiyniond. l.Ou 1.5S 1.2ii .SS .40 .lit .37. .S3 .19 7S .71 .30 .so .46 1.40 1.33 .13; 1.15 1.01 .611 if? Our Big Sale Ends Saturday, April llth There is nothing you can -wish for to makn- YQUV liomc attractivo unil comfortable that; we. do not cany. FURNITURE, BLANKETS, CURTAINS, FLOOR I. I. CROCKERY And this ireek'-jfe.EKf havicg'a special in DKDS. MATTRESSES AND litre aro Just a. fen- of the barEains cspsct lo.Bnd: iriti Brass ,Top. Rail.-Viiws.and Spindles, lead 54 Inches -vflti heavy cotton idt'both sides, fancy tick; Cue woven wire supported.vrlth heavy cables.......... attention: To is reduced 11 3 cents: CranbrocS. 4i lo SS cents: j Nelson, fin to 51 cents: I Calgary. 31 to 23 cents: j Kdn-.c-nlon. 42 to 37 cents; i Heai'.ia. ol) to 4- cents per huaOred i pounds. milease rales on butter, j Sieeae and PSSS, dressed rccatE auJ ressed poultry all prairie i wints come in for reductions. Special mileage tarltls on ables'ln Maaitoba are. shown to be. easouable. Tlie rates, aaid Alberta, which are r Complete-. S 12.50 Collon fillinz. special price R5C Per pair Odd of large Feather Pillows, sjecial t 4 gQ A Tale advantage and-lmy at Uiestoro 'that sells for tasb. YOJ lo not have fo tray for ha a debts here. PHOHH023 Tf RMS CASH To Tempt The Spring Appetite Try Our Choice SPRING LAMB SWEET JUICY TENDER The rich aroma will add zest to any appetite-Try some for Good Friday and Easter Hind Quarters Front Quarters We have a complete line of Easter Meats of the highest quality DELANYS LIMITED PHONES 452 and 1522 a somewhat fralo are re- Hv, .uccd lo the hasjs. No Change in Fruit Rates Special rates on fruits; and vege- ables from British Ccflumhia which save, been revised and reduced since complaint was launched against them the United Farraeis of are left unchanged. Rates on cement from Wlnnipeii arc t-hown to vary little from tnbsn in. Ontario, anu are not reiuced, but higher rates from cement plants in Alberta arid Saskatchewan .are re- duced to Winnipeg'scale.- l.vimher and Joiners' wori; from Bri- tish Columbia lo the srairic destina- tions have .been already reduced, fol- lorfinsj orriir in July. 1913.. N'o rediiclion is raado in live stock rales which are Vnown .to be reason- able in vkw'et.tbo carload minimum weights" nnd volume .of traffic.' Rates on fence rosts; fire wood, hricl-, stcne, gravel 'and sand are fojnd to he' gecerally lower than those applying in Ontario, but Ihe higher scales i.revalllug in Alterta [juTd Saskatchewan arei reduced to the i lower Manitoba basis, j A review of the judgment shoe's that the whole structure of western rates, starling from the standard tnav imura mileage scale class tarif's from Superior and Pacific r.oast ter- minals, the class dlslritatinc rates, commodity tariffs, applying on jrain, livestock, cement, fruit, vege- tables, brick, sandstone, lumber, dairy products, etc.! have been closely in- I Ejected and definite given j in connection vfith each, i The Hoard has'COB side red Ihe qucs- J tiua of local passenger rates in Bri- I tish Columbia very carefully. It finds i that local iiaEser.ger business is at present being conducted at a loss. It i there fore docs not feel Justified in di- J recline "any change antil the Board is I afforded opportunity what improvement in passenger revenues I will result from lin'proveineulB in railway.-grades facill- I'lles which' are at present making In that iiroviccc, and If thcj ;''arc' found remurjeralive only in the sense' of con'lribulin'g Yo general pros t perity. .The rale on pig iron from Port Ar- thur niid Fort Wi'rtiam to-Wlnnlpej is reduced from twenty cents per 100 pounds to 53.CO per gross Ion, or 18.4 cents-per 100 pounds. tYom the Souria mines reductions as made by the Hoard In the Alameda case are. coofimed and others made. I Thus, from Eslevan' to Brandon, the irate is reduced from to ?1.10; Iff Carberry, from ?1.'JO to to rhuerscn, 5J.30 to 12-00; Kapid City, tram" 52.00 lo Jl.SO; Swift Corrent, J2.15 lo ?1.70: Coloiuay, 52.40 to Saskatoon, 12.60 lo 52.10; York.1 lonj 52.SO to DCr ton. From I Merrill, B.C., to Vale, from Sl.SO to i 11.85; to Kamtoops, from tb 51.75; to Sicamous, froni to S2.30; to Penticton, frora J3.20 to' to Kelson, from J4.10 lo ?3C5 per ton. The rates on sugar from Vancouver remain unchanged, the comyilalnt of the British Columbia Sugar liefir.eiy not being sustained. Hates on and other products In and from British Colombia; are fouud lo consllluto a large percentage of Ihe traffic. jJ5 Choice Easter Meats Real Spring Lamb and Veal, Turkeys, Chickens on the niarfe TKe Highest In Quality, But Not In Price THE ALBERTA MARKET II. COULTIJy, PROP. PHONE 402 interesting matter brought up'evolving son-.o concrete form-oi co. in'ths report oi the agricultural corn- ojeraticn whwrty.- numiicr 01 nitlcc was the fact that thf'v have cows kept might lie.increased and a iceu enteavorin? to in'creast in-! practical mcthM ni. coIcct.nj.and tcrist o! tiic farmers in the vicinity, i marketing Itie dairy products Or those prcially upon the irrigated farms. living Kt soptc 'diMancc tr.c city. Ih lefcrencc to possibility oi-.Mr. Fairficl.l, as chairman this Phones 412 and 13- Pessimism is Safely Buriec (Ccntinutd Ircra 1 "jit 11. Tuiucy, ch.iln.ini r! th committee on freight rcr.i.rl os follows: OBNEKA1. VIS IIATKK i It was found that Hie Lclhhndg diaitibtUlng tarifi il not cover set cral essential points or destinations The c'jmrniltcc has tfen successful I havitjs rates establish tv the C. i1. K. (rom LcUtoililgq t roinls in lie V.'cat Kootenay ah with of Calgary; Hlewise it ha dtall willi tl.c class rate from Let hrMisc lo Vs'-.i-uiiTrr, swwui in having this rale reduced fro J2.IC to S2-H, this new rate Uln the same as the rale Irorn Vancoi.v to I.eilihrtituc. rn if, The cor.nmUec incl- on several i f ISAIII will. IU miuing scctiun, with n lowari! (lie sccurit.g o! lower talcs frora Jislrlct. to Montana poii.ti on coal. Mr. Iial- stPii.l of Ihe C. U., met with coinrtiillcc and tlmlr tMl' fonsl ir.fonuation a-, to Ihe tonnage, elf mithl U obtained. The minmg lias a representative fn the. Moniar.a dislrlcta at tho pres- ent time securing lull data. When this is o'ltair.cit, (he committees will meet ar.jiu nml plai-e the btlorc Mr. committee, is working along ttcso lines, but lias no report, lo nsakc. The liuial Kcbtions Committee will gel right, down to IrasiiKG, tin: Sisl meeting hns set lor Nlou- tjay, April SPRING LAMB AND CHOICE YOUNG VEAL DOMINION MEAT MARKET Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 16S4 Fresh Made No. I Fanners' DAIRY BUTTER Per Pound ;