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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pice 8 THE LKTHimilKJK DAILY HEKALD Tuesday, December 9, VJ1U RATES HIGHER IN THE WEST BECAUSE IT IS THE CUSTOM MARKETS WINNIPEG CATTLE MARKET Winnipeg. Maa? was keen demand for cattle iat the I'ulon. sloekraids today, and AH Things High on the Plains Why Not Freight Rales Argues j prices held mm. -Receipts i _. eoual to requirements, and all lots Counsel of C. P. R.-H Rates Ate Changed East Musi Bear a Greater Charge, is the Intimation [offer were soM to local customers. The box market weak, ile I'tte somewhat light receipts. t'. P. H. .vaids 137; 551; sheoii, Muling quotations were (ollous: tutcber slws, 5-W to 6.25; good to common COVB. Z.T5 to 3.60; best balls, 4.60 to -I." 5: heders, 5.50 to btst 'ftccXed, 4.15 to 5.50: best milkers and 55.00 to common to medium uillkecfi and sprtettrs, 40.00 (o 50.00. calves, tf.OO to 7.00; heavy good calves. 5.50 to 6.CO. spring lambs, IN BHAHT CITY BOTEL SAVOY SBATTIJt ID tbe Ottawa, Pec. argument oa.this -.vas a cose ul couil leuall oj ihe Canadian Pacific ol treatment tor or Jay wot hogs and one. car oi lo 7 w. cholce tmiilg rteep_ 5M lo wsy !a ifce western fteieht rates of a.'couatry was continued this rooming by V. H. establish raiusl discriuiii made to C'lirysirr, K.C., Ottawa, the chiei.wouM be cccessa-y coMsrf for the Canadian Pacific rail-.osf community has been ray. I suffer. Mr. Chrysler rfvirvied the htituri-; "It docs not inaVe any diflertnce. j cjl aspect" of transportation develop- he taid. one man pays 51-M i Kent n Canada with ;he object of a theatre ticket in Ottawa and. aa- citallishTg that in the e-arly days otter 52-UD in Winnipeg. toots vert carried by water. This' ably get value for their Mr. Lad mdjuhtediy been a bif factor in j Chrysler then reJerrcd to Mr. Muil- ettatlishing a basis for the railway er's exhibits, showing a. high rate of raws in the east. .Mr. Chrysler con-' profit on the lines in the three piai- ier.dsd that if the board should find tie provinces. that thtre- is against j "Time is no authority that suc-h a ihe it should order a readjust- mctbej o! arriiing at a basis for the meat oa the present rate basis, and fixing ol rates is reasonable. 'A high Eot undertake to establish rate ot profit is no valid reason for basis ci rates throughout the couu-; the reduction cf rates cf a railway try. Allheugh he did not say so any other company that 1 know JEO iuanv v.-ords. the argument would of. Th? question at issue is "Is it- Ewm to indicate that- the Canadian' a reascsable charge tor the service Pacific railway would preler to have' "How would yo'J apply some ol the burden carried by the that theory to the farmers oi Mani- west shiited to the east rather than toha, Saskatchewan and general reduction from the present: queried Chairman Urayton. "On such rale basis. The argument would at-1 a basis as will permit the farmer to so indicate that the railways are de-''ratty on his business and do so well, terrained to the cost of service. that his eiaruple will he an induce- late advocated by J. P. to others to do the te- er, the American rate expert engaged j plied Mr. Chrysler, hr.the Doniraion.coMsel to prepare! Mr. Chrysler maintained that there the. technical side Of their case. Tiierc is no evider.ce helote the hoard to sorae general discussion as to show-that the Tales in the west are what constituted unjust discrimina- reason able, except by way of com- tion, Mr. Chrysler contending that cattle were shipped to Montreal, ia order to} south fheen were nation KIEhipyed to Uc-rdou. Iroiisldea S to establish Co. direct. Kor three days, ending today, rc- iceirls wore: j Union Cattle. luvjs. 39S. Cbunt Kept up row noon, wilt, however, put it up to the letter's opponents to take lie nett step. Mr. Kohinsoa is basing T T '1 1 Tkfl his decision on that clause in the Until LiSTlY iVlOrn charter which states that when the is reached between two men the one having the greater num- ber o) ballots at the finish shall le declared elected. -the whole five choices mailed. II On the'other hand, Mr. Harvey, ii showed a measure of indiCtrence on h; wjsned, might protest the. elec- the part oi electors thai will have toaion.0il that ciaua, in i.hattMi h's overcome by education. j which states that the winner must have a clear ruaiority of the votes Mr. Wilson's' f25'- '-e-' 50 Per Thc casi (Cmthued From Front Page) It roma be supporters not ten on giving tha go lefore Mayor Haidie Second choice. going settle the cont to Hatch, 51 to Atkin and only otter, to Mayor HarJie. Mr. Atkin and general opinion however, Mr liatch lad beaten the- mayor on e'very count atttt the first. Howcrei, hc fourth count proceeded it was j judge who Mayor Haidie second choiee. ;8 going would settle'the controversy either nnrl nnli- OnE TTa It is that Mr. Harvey will allow the mat- ter to stand'as it is. OF THE BALLOTS 'soon seen that- the. Mayor -would set; Most oi the spoiled ballots were enough lo make a filth count vm-' either hlanVi had two first- choices ilirt. He and rnatkeoyor had livo choices for-thc he-got'-15, so was .declared the win- same iniri. Another, very general MI. [blunder was to mark only one choice, N'o one thought, when the public an'S put h-the third or (o'jrth' worts ballots were taciled, the choice column. count vvoiild develop tie feature of the Ifr. Grace, was leading a H compulsory, voting oi all choices large margin, acd needed only 137 to had been enforced as at- first intecd- bring him over the 50 percent, -ol "j.by the charter, there would hare the total votes Hqnired. He had 697- been 5U per cent, spoiled ballots yes- whicn 'was 20C more than Mr. Har- terday. At least that is what Ifiose vty, competitor, and 393 who dia the counting last njght think. more than Mr. JIoArlhnr. Frayne, j King and Pearson is-ere away down'. One voter inartcd five chokes for the list with about half a century the. same. man. It was thought he. Peirscn Vas low with 53i too his vote, was went.out, on first count. Nir.eteen ot out as spoiled. his ballots were plumpers, Harvey got'island Grace and McArthur .six Or.c man who wanted to le -sure each: On the. second-coant Frayne returning officer would imder- weot and out, arid 2-i plampers stand, marked his 'ballot .for two to hiircredit went with him. That '''pices, O.K. But underneath lie, made a.total of-41 plumpers .to date wrote, "I voie'ii'rirstr cboicft for in the.icount. -'King was next dis- and-second choice went when he'had. ganieted o to- waJ of the. other spoiled ballots, tal of .18-iallots. David had ly t61d'vliu! to plump tot Only three ol tie candidates stayed 10 of his ballots never got until 5.30 to the 'counting finish- to sayloi. the 'three candidates re- These. Messrs! son, jneining in the field. McArthur got Atkin and Kirig.. most of thore that did stay in the' count, taking IS. That made HI of The coiiiiting sijaad got through just 16J7 ballots that had' catch "the first street cars gone" to the, bonepils-' ihome this; morning.' -They chased the PLUMPERS FOR ilcAP.TilUR i it btjan to looi eiciticg. Mr. Mc-j !Arthur, with ballots, dropped' out. .Grace needed H'o, or little moie than otie third of thtai to get .very latest in .tangos. How Another Woman Joined the Hoosier Club Mrs. a lioosier Ciib- inct Riiislict! her work iinil is reading Ihc Slic sces'liint a few club memberships tire lefl and de- cides immediately ti) yo. tell her friend, Mrs. H., who had licpu Inineniing over the phone aboul her tired feel from so much work to do. Mrs. Mrs. her kitchen, tired unfin- and pnns scattered everywhere. "Do you know yciii Ciin still join the Hnosicr Cltih and have a Hoosier to- excliiiined Mis. L., "Put on your hat! Never inind the .dishes! We must get there Ire- fore all nii'iiihcrsliips are lak- i-n." Arriveihiif'thc store learned for 1lie first time of all the marvelous special elusive features-that make the Hoositfr'an -ilii- ecjualled lahqr-sa'ving machine. "I join Ijie she said. She found the'cial) pnv- ilegc cost her nothing. Arid she" that she had conic in time, for the list was rtear- Jy full. That bf leriiobn the' Hoosier was placed care- fully in. her ready-for herhiiensils anil groceries. Mind you, she had paid only a single dollar of the rjabinet's value, and here is 'her Hoosier ready to save her miles of steps bv pul- ling an end to her needless walking. Next day Mrs. R. linished her work one hour sooner, arid hastened to phone Mrs. don't know bow I gol along before. Why everything is at i.iiy fingers' ends, i wish you could sec hnvv spick and span my kitchen is. I've saved an hour this.morning already! 1 can't rrnlizc-.lliat 1'lc. a'day for ii'liHle while pays evcrylhing." Amazing Demand For Hoosiers Already 25 Club Memberships Snapped Up 50 Left Do you see bow fast llqpsicrs arc .'Hi K. who en- roll right away in'.lhc HoosicK Cluli can inline payment of merely llic fee which on the price cf-thc caliinct. You make up .the res! of the lovy juice', (which .is TiNeii liy the Hoosier Company) 'with the. weekly ilticsi-ionly l-i" cpiifs a day for a few short weeks and you absolutely own your Hoosier. But don't delay. You are sure lo he disappointed if you wail. A dollar H week pnys nil. Women everywhere appreciate this unusual opportunity to instnll a complete "little kitchen" on such easy terms thai paying for it is play. every part of this "Cily of Model Kitchens" you-wil! find Hoosiers. Better Call To-morrow If You Want A Hoosier For Once you see the Hoosier with its silver-bright, aluminum tiibln top ,iis rows of glittering jars Unit hold tea and its nu'lnl lined flour bin, cijuippotl with a handy .equally con- vcnieiit sugar ample cupboard and cunningly contrived spate- saving will realize what it means (o. .it saves all Die weary walking between pantry and cupboiird and Ifible, collecting ulcnsils mid supplies and then putting them all away again. NO NEED TO STAND get a or prepare your weekly linking almost without rising from your stool. Evcvylliiinj you need in cooking within reach uf your to use-stud immediali'ly put back iifinin. You don't have to pick things up and put them away after you arc Yon have everything in cft'orl. Busy or quid, your kitchen is always immaculate, once you install the Moosier. THE HALF MILLION WOMEN who already.own (lie. Hoosior say il makes cooking miles of lime for rest and pleasure. Would you like to enjoy nil these benefits on payment of ?1.00? Then call on us without delay. YOU ARE WASTING TIME and strength and health until you own a Hoosier.' .Will yon go on wasting? No! Then enroii. linlcr voiiv name! I5c a Hoosier member right away. THE HICK SEHL HARDWARE CO. 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Ja ;