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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 TTIF LHTHKKinGE HERALD We Sell for Less Rylancls Gifts that ould Appreciate riirulsliliiK dav The prices ire cniisiilcrablj vou will Hnixrlnsive stylo quality is the btsl nsisney east Always Sure to Please Man QmioetyJNeckties ha Ddedto at previous We can blame One lllins you are eeriaiu atouta Plain colored Irish poplm to catch men out of We have some ilandws al All good Shirts are ParticuIarlyGopd Yon can make mislakesin bnylns a shirt Just as eaLas picking a poor Today we opcueil sonie novelties iu Tookes coal style shntb thatwill anpeal to the majoriiy men on Every shin last color pi Iced to Sanest Gift to Give in doubt give how often von lienr that about this time of Ihe There H a lot of aood judgment shown in buying hand kerchiefs women know Real Linen when iliev see Let us show you some hem stitched ones at each also a line or initial for the half neatly Plain ami fancy silk at 25c tip lo Better Buy a Laundry Some thing He Can Use man will always tlse a laundry if yon make There is no use spending your time and energy making up a bag when we offer you some splendid samples as low as aad others all the way up to Some Women Give Their Hub bies Underwear Hardly seems right to hand hubby something so common as flannels at Christmas but miss our guess if he wouldnt hnve them a dozen times over than a penwiper or something extra fine at a A Pair of Gloves Will Always Come m Kvery year stoves and mitts are on the gift We know of no more satisfactory present expect to change many a pair after Christ so never mind thu sizes gloves lined from A special line of Dents Dogskin at Collar Boxes and Boxed Military Brushes are Here man needs a collar when lift pain sjtif bjx cast at that are ex suii ebony will in h Jaiioy pair will reserve any of lie above on payment a small Kvery pur chase in Ry lands The Corner Store HANDLED 10 PER CENT MORE GRAIN IN 1912 We have handled seventy percent more main to dull1 Canada this year than we dill Thai looks as ii the car congestion this was mil w very ol freight service on ihe west ern was in the city this morn the session oi thi and sli maiie Mr saiii he was ihe railways hail lone their InMt Uiis anil the general pros ivrity in all sections of the prairie iirovimis would hear out his state iient The city was visited by a laise nmnlier of ollleials all io hear Ihe cases brought be 1 he those at the session this morning weio eucrl Freight Superintendent Ginerul talisary District Kreight Afent Ialsary Divisional Kniii Railway Commis sioriers Wonder Continued ram Irani Walker lir Buying lint t allowed the temporary order to be nmile lu tills the Ilmlnmm ot tho Commission has the eem jinnys position II wns Auue ia ucroimnodiiio Iliis elty I ils 10 provide or the DryFarming Con jurse ot 11 Why Commissioner Dravtou I do not ntprvVjv with tin1 HrraUl j know why you should have ullirwra litabove tlu city to spend so inueb money bo mrr Brooks Solicitor and District Superintendent Medicine American coal is tlie green eyed monster which causes a shut lown of the mines in the Southern Albert lields for from two to four months every suimuer has been conclusively proven this for ivith little American coal on the market the demand for coal from this district has increased and a mines are running to their full Such was the import of an inter view given out this morning bv of one of the in dependent mine owners who behind the movement for a reduction in freight rates on this dis trict slimcient to allow Canadian coal to lie placed on the American market a lower figure than is now thus giving them the advantaC of competing in one oi the large centres of demand in the The coal market this said is away better than it has ever This is caus ed by the absence of American coal on tiifi Winnipeg The strike in the American coal lields during the summer has caused shortage of coal on file other and little is lieini shipped to the Manitoba mar ket The result is a demand for Alberta mined coal in that This shows beyond the shadow of a ilonbt that Alberta coal could con trol the Manitoba market if the freight rates were reduced as we are If that time ever comes it will mean continuous operation in the mines in this and those who have seen the prosperity in the coal camps attendant upon the in creased outputthis winter know t the control of the Manitoba coal market would mean greatly increas ed prosperity throughout ihe whole of Southern MANCHESTER GUARDIANS HOPE IS IN WILSON Thinks He Is Not as Much Committed to Panama Bill as Taft Manchester one of the lead ing Liberal newspapers of the British commenting on the dispatch pent to Washington by Sir Edward British foreign on tbe sub ject of the Panama canal ex presses the belief that Woodrow Wil who has not committed himself in support Ihe Panama canal bill as did President Taft and Theodore gives a better chance for fair and unbiased hearings of tbe con tentions of Sir Kdward Tbe newspaper goes on to contend hat the iiueslion is one of pure law to besettied by It corf jiiuues ii have j objections lo referring a question in volving validity of domestic legis j huion to a court but would it mil be possible to combine the two Tbe international court at the Hague might first pronounce on Ih irnle of inUfrnattonal law in conflict jot ihls kind and the United States Supreme Court might then apply its findingsto the particular BIG BOUT POLICE AND CAPTURE PARIS STATION Me poKSCMion of one of the Paris 3 olicc stations for several hours early j to evacuate Tillreptiles had been i the alatloii hoiise in a Shortly afterwnul 11 Ill a The sack wns I serpents arrlvmi to thrown into a corner lo awall a claim liarlnK Jilt snakes Sverl patrolmen ripped it open with their when iwo great jrliKkeHofthe uoa tunslructor reared their heads and caused Ihe the stalioii in SQUEEZING EGG MARKET i ava I lanche of cold storage eggs was jihrown on i hemarket and the price dropped 22 to 1 cents This was In addition to a didlne of 2 cents yesterday when more lhan eggs were sold at a loss to When the mar ket oliemd yeslerday there was 000 cases of in The liansformalion of ihe butter and eggs hoard into an open market is said to have precipitated the longing to the municipality on the strength of a temporary commissioners wanted io know all about tho overhead and Walker read correspondence be tween the city anil the company show He thai the bridge was specially built to eariy street Hall As to building Ihe bridge to carry street cars was mere ly a precautionary The bridge was primarily meant to acco mmodate traffic front north of the the end of the Macleod trail hill being almost at the foot of the approach to the bridge from th Tlie street railway plans were not projected when the bridge was Ball also mentioned thai with the freight sheds placed In the new lo cation decided upon by the the need for a crossing at Thirteenth street would be much greater than Walker There is nothing ten tative as regards the freitut Questioned by Commissioner Dray Blanchard showed that it would about 1000 feet of track besides new intersections to make the diversion over the and lhat the approxiuiaie cost would be about He stated that the bridge was not buili at present to carry two lines of He also stated that the approximate cost of a subway would be about The YirSi mention of a subway was made by the both the repre sentatives of ihe city and the com pany studiously avoided mention ing it Commissioner Drayton It is most unfortunate that the temporary raugsmont had been We will visit the and in the mean time Blanchard and Brooks can decide whether the is able of carrying two lines of street car The whole Impression gained from the arguments of the city and the company was that they were Jockeying in order to escape from as much ab possible of the expense of the sub way which must eventually he Blairmors Case The first case taken up was a com plaint of the town ot re presented by of Blair and of A ipresent there are supposed to be crossings at Twelfth avenue and Piftl There is a distance of 1700 feet between There however an illegal crossing but thi are now fencing this and extending their The repre sentatives from tlese towns want order to compel the company to leave the crossing and make it legal The company on the grounds that they are standardizin their and the crossing woul not be Commissioner MoLean muc of a population have you Twentyfive ant We have cement plant just opening It appears that the Twelfth avenn crossing is not in good an both the company and the town wer satisfied aith an order requiring th Twelfth avenue crossing to be put good condition Thi will require an outlay of about A Macleod Case The second case on the list was i connection with the closing of a cros ng ill the farming community nea of Campbell showed that an order hi been granted by the Railway Comm slotl closing this crossing at the tim of Tho company ha done hut had later reopened i The grade had been put into good CO and the roads leading to had been graded by the provincial d partment of public In Augli last the without ha enforced the old and closed th Compelling the farmers use a This caused gri The Commissioners did not delay this but handed down a decisio rescinding the old and requirin the company to open up the crossin which was used up till last Angus Suddenly the policemen o liuliced the sack moving slowly the owner of irUtim the were lie duty brought some live rabbits which he Fed to the reptiles and after thoir To CARD those OF THANKS and they easily who gave him their loyal support anil confidence Kaakc wishes to convey his appreciation IMPOSSIBLE TO HELP MY KIDNEYS Until I Used Fruilitlw World Greatest Kidney Cure Practically everybody in Toronto newsProfessor For the elite of that city has taken CSSOHI from Davis iu the ait of itnciiiK and coustaiit activity gradually weak his ivluch calamity threatened to nuke bim an But read Davis 563 CHURCH I want to say that Fruiiatives is w only and has been for the ast five Previous to I had lecii troubled with Rheumatism and kidney and had taken many cmedies without satisfactory foliciux the advertisements of Friiit tives 1 adopted this treatment anil as everyone I HIII have been since taking Fnm the best of If Rheumatism or Kidney Trouble is unking you take Pmittt ives and get 500 a 6 for trial At all dealers or seat on receipt of 17 Fruitatives Bad Blood is the direct and inevitable rttult of irrefllUr or constipated cloggedup kidncyi and The undigested food and other waste mat ter which is allowed to accumulate poisons the blood and the whole Morses Indian Root PilU directly on the the givinc them MM and strength to properly filter the on the opening up the For pure blood ud food health take Morses Indian Root Pill Some Striking Omissions Continued from front Kourtli The percentage ot voters required on the petition Moris tlio iiiitiativu for recall ran he uxerdsed i in fuse ait unsatisfactory ami mis Although the sug gested is 15 or t per Kitlli CaixliilaUv for rommisslou ers should tlie position In which Ihcy aspire More lie cause ratepayers ate then in u posi tion io cast a move intelligent vtitu and there is no chance tor rivalry among the commissioners alter they are Sixtli The kind o lo lie used in electing a Tlie kind suggested is the wherein H there are Lhret1 men run ning for you have two it are four men ruti nimiinfr you have three anil Then in counting ot the ballots the man has the highest number ot choice WHERE DOCTORS FAILJDTO HELP Lydia Pinkhami VegcU ble Compound Restored Greens Her Own Statement Coving modicjnt has done me more good than all doc tors At u orynionthly period 1 had to sUy in bud four days because of and my back was so weak I could hurdly have been taking Lydifi Pinkhuni Vegetable Com pound and now I cun stay up iiml do my think it ia js I the best medicine on earth j JENNIE id put ic in good condition for traf The third case considered was that ealing with the Thirteenth street The decision is Freight Case The fourth case was that of the ethbrldge Board of Trade dealing ith discriminatory rates both from ie east and west on produce bandied v Lethbridge Ball as to represent the board in this but When it was the holeaalers of the city were In sol mit conclave with eneral freight superintendent for western The case was djournetl for ten and when he session was Ball in ormed the commission that as a re ilt of the the company ad agreed to take the matters in dis ute into and settle tern without an order from the Commissioner Drayton Will you indly have a letter written to the stating the result of the so that we may have it n file when we are considering the bole question of freight rates pifi ailing in Western Tabcr Coal Rates Coal rates in Western Canada is a urning question at the present nd was introduced this morning in The Tuber Board of Trade vas represented by Mayor Douglas nd Secretary of the Board of and Bullock represented he independent mines of that dis This case has necu before the com nission having been presenL d on behalf of the Taber Board of 7rade last spring by Publicity Com iiissioTier of the Secretary of the Letb iridge addressed the cominls stating that since the Taber case ihe independent mines in he vicinity of bad invest and were in entire accord with lie Taber mine What they desired was to get into force freight rates on coal from tbe Southern Al berta which would allow them o place coal OIL the Winnipeg market n competition with the American pro With tbe present rates in ef fect Brandon is the deal If the Winnipeg market were open it would solve the whole question of the sum mer operation of the Commissioner Drayton That is a question which we are considering connection with the general enquirj nto freight rates existing in Westen Tt is a very large and are making ag much haste as poi The whole matter will be conj sidered together when we can find j time to do The sixth case considered was one which had not been set Fritz manager of the Lethbridge Brew ng and Malting stated that the on malt from Minneapolis to Lethbridge was 5G while to H was only He said he was compelled to ship m American malt to compete with American beera and wanted tho rates Commissioner Drayton 1 suppose you malic better beer here Sick we do the besi we The commissioner thought should bp a matter which could be easily remedied and appealed to Laui Amid laughter the latter gentleman stated that it was a matter in which he was entirely in and if Sick would lay the matter before he Would try to see tbe rates ad and would investigate in per son before leaving the That disposed of all the and in company with the city and company the commissionera went to the Thirteenth street crossing to in Seven Hi Whether it is desirable that residents ot the city of briilge who are tenants should le en iitled to a vote in municipal lOighth That the commissioners give ratepayers a monthly detail statement of the city The points mentioned above are not in the charter in its present con and are worthy of Another point worthv of notice is that in the proposed eity a man to be appointed as a commissioner must be a resident ot this entered on previous as sessment roll and must have neces sary property qualifications but we are not entitled lo go outside the city to obtain our if straight commission government is given Another point worthy ot consider ation is fhati in order lo have cfliei ent service in ilie city government the applicants for positions should be compelled to show Hint thev bavej llow Cline Avoided can say that LydiftEPinkhamsVegetabieCompouiid IUB done me more good than anything One doctor said I must be opera ted upon for a serious female trouble and that nothing could help rne but an I had hemorrhages and ftt times could not get any medicine to stop 1 got in such a weak condition that I would have died if I hnd not got relief Several women who had taVen your told me to try it and I did and found it to be the right medicine to build up the overcome female I am now in great deal better haaltli than I ever expected to w 1 think I ought to thank you YULCAiV Lindsay the necessary for bold jias been julie ill with ing the positions they by being able to pass a certain line ol ques tions set by the thai Elves are building a largo Howes i improving from her recent somewhat similar to evil service j Miss spenl the week would he pleased if the in tuwn tho gueEt of her bars of the association would consid er this circular letter and become in crested enough to a special meeting to be called in the near when these different points can e and suggestions jy the business men as an associa IETOE TO THREE MEN ARRESTED CHARG ED WITH THREATENING LIFE OF PRESIDENTELECT Three residents of were ar rested al this last charged witli writing a letter threatening IresidentlOlect Woodroxv Wilson with death unless he caused in gold to be left for them in a designated unoccupied house in The men arrested Pet er 24 years his brother and They were placed in custody at Dov er and brought to New when Commissioner Stockton tonight com mitted hem to jail ior examination on The letter to Governor Miss Ferguson addressed the Ladies Aid on Thursday afternoon at tiK home of and alss The Peoples in Thursday A number of buildings are being rushed to completion duiiiig the mild including the new drug Charters implement the manse and a number of lleeves WHS 111 last Smith and Miss Loftus spent the week end the guests of Elves and Ca vill spent Sunday with Elves of The first regular mcoling of tho womens Institute was held in Ferra liale school on Miss has returned after spending the week in High rf Jones is spending a tew days in Angus illint returned lo Vulcan last His many friends are glad to see him back Miss Douglas is holidaying at her home this and Elves were Cal gary visitors on The Oddfellows service was held In the Presbyterian church on Sunday A special service of song way rendered by the choir which was much The Dramatic Club are preparing a new play which will be put on in a couple of I it has been figured out that tlie Davis tennis trophy has cost Ihe na tions who have competed for thing like In The English tennis players who recently won It from the Australians probably prize It written on and was Frank Clark have the New York sympathy of the entire community m Seven letters in ail were sent to the loss of their Infant Governor it Their A number from here arc leaving for text indicates Ihe writers to have ihe east about Christmas been of a low degree oi Paul Kevins and bride returned on Saturday from their A very pleasant reception was held in PRESENTED NOBEL PRIZES Nobel prizes were presented tonight by the King at a banquet nver whicli PriTici William The prizes were distributed as follows Alexis of the Rockefeller New of Slock between Nancy and Paul Toulouse their honor at the licme of and Everett llcPherson oil Saturday General regret is felt in town thnt Whicher ami Glover are ing for They are selling their stock during Maritime clubs offering nml per and for the sca Rocket Power will play down there and they will have a big colerie of Montreal and Que bec DOCTORS USE THIS FOR ECZEMA ExCommissioner of health says There is almost no re lation between skin ami the The skin must be cured through the The Her ins must bewashed and so salves have Tlie of Uiis long ago been found moat advanced physicians country are now agreed on and arc prescribing a wash of winter thymol and other for eczema and all other skin dis This compound is known as Proscription for tin well known akin specialist writes I am convinced that the Prescription us much a specific for as quinine for We have been prescribing the remedy for AVe ourselves vouch for ihc Prescription for ficxema and absolute ly believe that it will take away the itch the instant you apply Of course other druggists have Go to them if yon cannot come to but dont accept some big profit s But if yon arc suffering from my form of skin trouble we would like io have you come to our for ivo have had tho agoncy of this remedy for so many years that we cnn tell you till about Prescription and how It cures Or you can get a free trial bottle by writing the 40 Colborne Toronto Juckson locul ;