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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VI crtncsflay, HM1 THK LETJlHlMDOii DAILY 1 IKK ALT) 7 Great Clearing of the Macdonaldjtock We intend to discontinue handling Carpet Squares And to this end will close out the entire line. .We have about 200 CARPET SQUARES to choose from and have obtained a nice bright room upstairs to show these properly, and will o-ivc yon for a few -weeks some unprece- dented values. Remember we have tbcin in TapesU-y x 12, reduced from to Ditto; reduced from 116.50 to 513.50 x'9, reduced from .'Ditto, 6 x .1.2. red need from to. Very Handsome x 12, reduced from 125.00 to Axmiusi'BP reduced .from to Bogmae and Tccumisch Bedroom nil-sixes at STAKTLIN.CFilEDl Ivcinemher we have notiiiarked to make the price-appear'cheap'" These-are'-. Genuine Deductions l'i net, .BUY FOR paj loi bad doM Macdonald Block EOITED BY "INO" Phone 1224. Residence Phone: 1157 Tin: lands arc lit With all the autumn blaze b! Golden Hod, And everywhere the purple astors i oil Ami bend and wave and (lit. Hunt. Icral wc'clis at the home o! Mrs. Southard. Mr. und Mrs. .1. D. .Johnston and family, returned yesterday (mm tlie cc ist. whole they have lii'en holiday- ing fa the pisl six weeks. DISGRBVIINATION IN FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RATES CHARGED Board of; Trade Has Gathered a Lot qf.Data Arranging; Special Traitor Colorado Springs --Hail Insurance Discussed IK l.Qthbriclee liclng discriminated vunlagcously nil the Hoards ot Trade Mrs Dr. LaltcrtyHcIt tins mou- ing ior a trill to eastern cities Miss Edna Ault is the house gui.it ot Mrs, Cbnylware at her home Hn eniisv." Mrs. Kmultson is spending the week at the country .James. home: of Mrs. Ben Mr ind Mrs C Adams and the 11 ,611, I..MC all IcavinR tomorrow iiioinuig.fqr tinn home in (iranliy, tnor spending several weeks Mr unit Mrs, C. Orny. Mi i Hooper of loronlo, who will have chiigc of llirkc Co.'s dress- main t, dcp irtiiiciil the coining sca- has unved ircl.wili lip open for I b ismi'S in the conise of ;i few days. Jlr. liruuc Conybeare and Mr. Lev- critt DC Vcher spent the week-end at Moimreh, the guests of Mr._ R. Urch. Miss Wood, who has been the house guest of Miss Sophronia. Bonnell, left last week for her home in Salt Lake. Mr. Robertson, of the Bank of Commerce, is holidaying at the terton Lakes. x Miss C'rieririla Hardy, of Lcthliriilge, is visiting Mrs. C. G. Graff at, Taber, for ll'.e week. ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Safe. led this 'for a trip to the Crow's Nest Pass. Mrs. Slice- expects to so- journ at ;Mnclcod, Sparwiidd, Krauk and hut Mr. Sage will return for the UlhbrlHge" Fair. nualiist in tho matter of express rales from the ouat by. the express com- panies? That Is the question which lias been raised lately by some of the local wholesales fruit companies, and referred 'by them to the Hoard of Trade In order that the matter might be up through the proper chan- nels to guin. rodreis. Secretary Mail- waring of the board baa been inves- tisatliiE. gatlierinc facts relating to the rates on fruit from different points on the coast to Letbhridge and has unearthed nomo glaring inconslsteil- 'lies In the rates .in which tho Leth- bridge wholesalers aro put to a. dis- advantage Some Figures Walla Walla. Wash., 'Is one of the points from which a great deal of LetlrDrldea fruit supply comes in sea- son; Wanetche Is another. Both aro about the same distance from the city, and also from Spokane, from which point friiit is illstribnted for Southern Alberta. The present rate oh fruit from- Walla Walla to Lethbrtdge is 54.00 per hundred pounds. The rate troni Walla Walla to Spokane is 9B cents; from Spokane to Lethbridue making a total rale of f2.95. of the province will be interested-so that pressure could be brought on the government to consider it. Special to Colorado Springs K. Downer reported on behalf of the Dry Farming Congress 'committee oi the Hoard .Hint arrangements were being made to run a special train from I.cthbridgc to Colorado Springs for the Congress there from October Hi to 20. A large delegation will go froni this city, and it. is likely that the special train will leave here on Friday morning, Oct. 13, arriving in Colorado Springs on Tuesday 17th. The CJ real Falls Chamber of Com- merce have intimated their desire to attend the convention, going the The through rate being per hun- dred is. therefore ?i.05 higher than Miss Edna Atkinson and tar tiro ther, J.'M. 'Atkinson, from St Mary's Out., arrived in the city ic and purpose spending a few Cltl weeks with their-sister, Mrs. A. A. Lyllc; North I.cthbridgc. ot the Bank Montreal, Oanlston, holidays in the city. is spending his grounds." On account of-the wot grounds the social of the Young Ladies of the Sodality of St. Patrick's church, which was to. have been held last night will be held tonight on the THE. SUNNY. SIDE OF BROADWAY So imiBic-1 pl-u mil nn eoraedj lean in-. New .York In the past two [sons- has caused such lioiiest, ol'-sDme luifhtei ind has been Qcnimeuded so highly as "The.Sunny bi Ir ot UroiuhMn til litest offei in- fioni (be pen of BoUe vnoar si ot li t season V in in i will be lemembeied In i Jo eu of i Thi, comedj be JUG sciiteu i.'rro'for.the first time, 'on Mon- (.1 ,u 31 o ni0I e t in tile cist is "Uix Bloom v hose pi 11101 need Jionnntncc in mnf- i-U com-ilj in the last sei :ns.has-madcr'sncli -an impression on lhat his work will long remembered. -Mr. Bloom is well supported by Mine Manager Issued Dis- tress Warrants Against Miners Since tho innonncement ol the Coal Opuitois Vssociation at their Mac- leort mcUing on Monday that they Monl 1 piocced to open irp some of the mines in the district immediately thtr his bun very little change in tin, suimion mid so far tbey have not, r.rtcd on their annonnccincnt. How ui it ippears that they are n-i inn roldl for a finish right with the men. their intention evidently be- ing to open some of the mines by I bringing in non-union labor. That at least is thr opinion oi the Frank capable company, among them boins j Integrators0 will J.iss Alice Shar, comedlonno; jliss iIor florence Morrison, prlma flonna; J. i endeavor to lorce the situation K Conshlln, John Gilmore and Talking to J. H. I'almer today, he Lc-lle whoso portrayal of the Irish stit--d th-it he had been called to Miss Corey, the guest of Mrs. J as. A reunion of ncthliridgr. friends was held last wec.KvH'hen'Mr. Wccid, Sir. Delnney, leaves this afternoon ior her Roburtsoii'anif Fisher visited Mi home in Calgary. i Trimmer; oi thi Hank of ijontroal in Winnipeg. Mr. tauiner is well known in tliis city, and expects to leave for Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrell-Wriglit I a holiday east en'rjy and family, are-leaving today for The Baptist parsonage was the scene of .a. quiet evening when Miss Cailyjnine- llclftire and Keg inald Barclay were in mini age by Rev. Levitt, assisted by Gordon. In the midst of a few chos en frii-nds. the bride, in a becoming 'travelling gown oi peacock blue lad i'es1 cloth, with hat to match, wa ittcnded Miss Pilirion V.r Barclav being attended by Mr. R. C rggk'lon Ulir tin icicinont tlie coupk lelt in tbclt wedding tgui to C 11.1111 nd rifmn will ii-suh A.. month's visit in Guelph and Toronto. Mrs. C.. K. Carlson and famihvrc- turncd last week from a jfiX ivecits' at Lake Minnetonkn, Minnc- outin sota. Thc I.adics of the Westminster church purpose having a booth in the Fair Orotuids during the coming Ex- hibition week. Miss F.milie Mnnns, of Calgary rived Tuesday morning to spend it ind liter 1210 llh break the miners. As to the i going back to work, 1 do not '.bink thcrc will be two per cent, of the total union roll go back under the conditions offered by the opet itot1. They voted that proposition down al- most to n man, and (he the mines can -be opened will be by in scab labor." Gentlemen is a riot of laughter ami 1'lln. Tlie play is overflowing with mel- ody snd delightful popular songs, a low of the most 'promising being "Bt o[ tbo Garden of Lova." which tcnrtnl manigcl had tied fs a som of tho highest quality; "M New Motor "Meet me at the Htagc Door "College Days "I'Jyery Town has a "Ob, -Mr. Moon. You're Full Tonight "Love is Foolish talk of Dtmtry, "The Pa2azn Plant." Tbo staging of this comedy wna Frank yesterday on behalf oi the un- ion, as there was trouble, in sight there. When he reached lll.it place he kinid Dial the Ctnadian onsoli ditcd Coil o which Mtiller is dis ties winanls leilnst the miner'; ind placed them in the of the sliciiff M means he might en i lln cibins of (be miners lumg 'thcl nd seue their" furniture iiid iolh r helonnniLs tuin the mm out flouever when the counsel for the mmirs irrned m i-nnk he personally done by cnr.ahillty is shown i. out_ Crows Drug Hook in It was a high-handed piece of business, hilt, it goes to i prove that the operators will follow jaiiy tactics from now forward tx> BANK CLEARINGS SHOW BIG INCREASE The hank clearings for the week total the amount of as corn- paved with of Inat wsek. ANOTHER EXCURSION Another excursion to the bakes Lands will be hold by- row Orchards Co. Ltd Arrow the Ar- on thi of the month, when It la expect- ed a largo crowd will take advantage sight seeing opportunity. POOR MADELINE! New York, Aug. 16. Madeline Tal- maga F'orce, fi.ince of John Jacob Aelor, is Fiifforing from a levcre ner vous attack. illness, friends de- the combined rates. Until this year Lethbrldge enjoyed. the combined rote >f .12.95. and the wholesalers of inn 'believe they have a right to Ue- aiand the same rate this year Instead or tbe through- rate In' regard to the rate from Walla Wnlln.to Calgary, which Is only the wholesalers feel that they are be- ins discriminatetl against vis ;arj rite is Ine cents per hundred chenifer :t.han. tte .LetbhrklBe rate. llien again comparing Walla Ualli rate to the rate on fruit it Is fomiffthvt the lormer rite A GRACEFUL GIFT to yo.ur host at tihe close ot your summer's visit. Uuy u'VICTOR. MASON 4. RISCH LIMITED Dominion Block. Phone 791 RECIPROCITY AT V IRON SPRINGS Meeting Unanimous for the Pact'; Addresses Given Ileic was a rousing reciprocity mpcliiifi! las-t night at Irpn Springs port at a later meetiiiK. Tullj snenu fne people Mere-prcs- The council of the Board of Tridc jctit nul paid the closest attention to hrtvc once more stated that they wish i In T S Mackenzie, as many o! the members of tho Floaid Dr H S (ialbnith jnd S J is can possibly do so to attend Iheir ubu discussed the usiu' meetings, and ask that they phonclijonl moils stindpoints From tht same train as the l.ethbridgc paitt The special committee will continue to work on the arrangements, and re- tbe secretary .whenever they intend doing so. CARMANGAY MAN FACES HORSE STEALING CHARGE i fctlins oi the. meeting it is >erj eu- lhat Iron Springs is strong for reciprocit and Mill gne Buchanan maiontj There was no evidence of am opposit on to the agreement last night. is per hundred hlghei than the latter the from Wane Che to Carmangay, Aug. Johnston a former resident of Carmangny, was brought back from Coutts last week to answer'a charge of horse stealing. The case was tried before J. W. Mil- ler, J.P., with Inspector Tucker, R N i W.JI.P. prosocuting and A. D. ITogg de the Lai- evidence showed that defendant trie.d to cut the horse out from bis bunch but could not succeed, lie also-produced a bill of sale for the animal from n man1 by the nania of nnrlon. The case lasted from 10 o'clock Monday morning until mid- night, the final outcoming being that 1 etlinrjdge, onh 5'00 pel bun- was sent, up for trial at died djit-ince la Maclcod. tlcalh m'U seasoni it DQ'nta are not tho same -uicl the jnei chants are compell- ed to birj from the Walla Walla mar- ket to mwi. tjie demand hc-e at cer- tain seasons JfliAt, asked that the Board at .Trade looh into the matter and to take It up if thev Have irounds for coing vf ths waj Comml J Fji MACARTHUR BUYS A PEACEiRIVER CHARTtR Aug Ses from Edmonton iinnoiin cos that .1 D. MoArthiir, the railroad builder, has purchase ed the charter of the Edmon- t.on. Dnnvegin and'Peace River railway. A-corps of engineerj? and' surveyors will -be put to wort: next week. MAX BSOOM. COMEDIAN In that Nifty Sons Show, "The Sunny Side of Broadway." clare. was caused by the repeated and virulent attacks made upon Astor and opened his proposed marriage. No plans of a doflnilo nature have yet boon madn for the wedding. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are made according to a formula in use nearly a ctntury ago among the Indians, and learned from them by Dr. Morse. Though repeated at- tempts liave been made, by physi- cians and chemists, it has been found iinpossible-to improve the formula or the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root ['ills are a household remedy through- out the world for Constipation all Kidney and Liver troubles. Thef act promptly and effectively, and GRAIN MARKETS Winniiieg; Ajig. 17. September wheat opened 1-8. closed flli 5-S; 3-1, closed 9i5; closed 100 1-2. opened 37 3-4, closed 38; December opened 37 3-S, closed 37 3-1. opened 193, closed 193. 1 -WINNIPEG Northern 97 1-2, 2 Northern 90 1-2, 3 Northern 34 1-4 No. 4 88 1-2, No. S 80, No. 6 75, Feed 62 1-2. 2 G. 37, No. 1 o n 3 C W. 36, Extra No. 1 Feed 30 1-2, No. 1 Feed 38 1-2, No. 2 Feed 33. Bar- 3 60. No. 4 63. N. W. No. 1 M. A. 214.. American Wheat opened I S-4, closed 100 H; December open- ed 101, closed 101 7-8; May opcood U6 1-2, closed 105 5-8. opened Sfl t-4, closed 90; December opened 93 5-S, closed 04 3-S; May opened 3-4, closed 100 3-8, N )h he taken p thYBoaffi oi Trade it, that on a wider, express delivery area in tho city. As North Lethbridge has not free delivery of express, and .portion of'the city is almost, as large now as tlie whote city was when free oellverj- was'inaugurated here, it was telt. that the board should apply fou an extension of th-e lim- its. Express Ratet Hoili these were brought lip at the Board'of Trade council meeting todny and thoroughly dlBcus- Bed. It, decided thai In view of the meeting of the Railway Commis- sion at Kipp on September 7th, the case of discrimination in express rirtes should be prepared and a wire sent to the secretary of the commission asking that that body meet here on Sept. 7 to hear the .complaints, and that at the-same, time an application i should be made for an .extension of the free delivery 1 mlts for express within the city. Hail Insurance E A. Cunningham also broached j Hie question of bail insurance, which j thought might now be taken up j with soino degree ol unanimity by all ihe Boards of Trade in Alberta. The present, hail insurance ol H.OO per iacre was felt In ho altogether too inadequate to meet the occasion, and 'consequently' very few farmers that; there was enough benefit to be derived to bother taking advantage it If the amount received in case :0f bail were per acre it would be a means of safety not only to the I farmer hut to his hanker ami to the business men as well. Mr. Cunning- ham thought that in order to put the hail insurance plan on a paying basis the farmers would lie willing--to pay about one dollar per year premium for one or two years, anil in this manner a fund would be created which would enable n hail insurance system to be carried out which would pay (he farmers pet acre in case of loss. The suggestion was considered to he. a good one and .Secretary Man- wariuj was instructed to write the Minister of Agriculture for the pro- vince to get information as to the method by which the government its system of hail insurance and aino.to find out what advantage is being taken oi it by the ia'rmcrs. If the Lcthhridge Hoard see that their suggestion of today is a good one which could be put into force ad- At The Bay Ualliei than cnriy ovei our stock oftLadies' Children's Sandals and Shoes, ,ue placing them before oiu customers tlie quality of goods orJcied XQV these ai p ijot.in fcrior bools spccialh produced foi.so-called bargain sales, Inil oni jogulai of sucb well known makes as C. Bnrt and the rioted Sil. Kid JYn Inch wo hold sole control. Every pan JS pevleot and cames our full guarantee. Ladies' Specials TAN CALF OXFORD Wing tip, Cu'ian heel sues mrl halt .sly.es 212 to-.7, ver( stylish Regular, C4i OK price OWN METAL stratght'tip, pertm-nted quar- ters. Ciiban heel; welted; for smart wear. Stocked in 1-2 sizes. Regular JJO TR 14.50. Special price I W PATENT BLUCHER OXFORDS kid quarters, strrtight tip; welted; Cuban heel; a very dressy shoe; all sizes. Rc-pilir 14.50. CO Tti Special price BURT'S VELEUR Smart, full toe; sensible heel; all sizes and fittings. Regular price A QC Special price BURT'S tan calf Blucher Oxfords, straight tips; Cuban heels; nil sizes and in three fittings. Regular oO Special pi Ice WOMEN'S BLUCH'R OXFORDS calf vamp; kid quar- ters; Cuban heel; straight Up; welted. Reg 30 Special pi Ice I W How Are Your Children's Boots? IS MOST IMPORTANT lhat the children's boots iliould be L NATURE-FORM LASTS, thuo allowing the foot to develop I u n c-r wnni u, Remomber -badly developed feet may mean life long misery. VERY SPECIAL OFFER of Child'! Patent San- dals; Nature-Form; all sizes. naturally. Child's B'rls' red vicl ankle atrap Nature-Form Slippers; complete range of per SPIOIAL FOR MEN OFFERING few pairs only of our PATENT GOLOSH BLUCHERS. Dull kid top; welted; n com- fortable, yet dresiy boot; (I to 10. C A Very Special Hudson's Bay Co. The Name that Stands for Quality. i ;