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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ragc 5 T H K JL E T11 B K 11) tf E J) A 1 L V HER A Ij 19 Wednesday, January S, 1013. OUR FIRST PRICE REDUCTION ARZ OUR " PRICE MBUCEAE/nM "--BECAUSE OUR eiJ&TOA-ER& AOV H>4VE THE FIR&T PICK FROM An UABRQKE/i WlrtTERM STOCK. OUR REDUCTIONS >4RE rtOT REBUC-TiOA years was the main feature of this morning's session of the western freight rates enquiry before the railway commission. W". R. Mclnnes, freight traffic manager of Hid C.l'.K., was on the stand : ali morning and was questioned by MAKE A city, Liberals and Conservatives alike, ; M (;owan iu regard to C.P.R. rate's united in honoring the veteran mem ber. During a speech at the banquet, Hon. J. K. Boyle announced the policy of the government to give pupils in as shown by the latter's exhibit. Counsel for Saskatchewan and Alberta directed his questions towards proving that in filing its .former statement of reductions, the C.P.R rural schools elementary education in � jla(f compared with 1912 the vcars agriculture, following this up with the j i88.g an([ 1883> scaSons when " the organization and sustaining cf agrj,-1 rat^s were exceptionally high, and, cultural colleges at all the provincial had t,akcn no accounts of other years j government demonstration farms in when the rates were much lower, the province, where pupils, after ieav- He also proved that with a nuni- | ing public schools, could get advanc- ber of commodities the reductions ed education in scientific and practi- made had been those provided for in | cal farming, and in domestic science the Crows Nest subsidy agreement j and household arts. He also announc-1 1897 with the government. ed a series of summer schools for teachers next summer, where agriculture would be taught. Hon. C. W. Cross evoked enthusiasm when he touched on the naval grain and oats from a C policy, and warmly sustained the Laurier policy, stating that as Canada organized, armed, uniformed and officered its own militia, it should follow the same policy in naval mutters, instead of buying protection. The officers of the newly organized Edson and District Liberal association are as follows: Hon. presidents-Hon. C. W. Cross, Hon. Fran Oliver and Peter Gunn, M. L. A. President, R. Fitzirntncns; vice-president and chairman of executive, R. H. Bradley; secretary, J. H. L. Morgan; treasurer, Dr. Watson; executive, J. Callahan, F. U. Laycock, W. J. Jellis, J. H. Griggs, H. S. Paner; district chairmen as follows: Wolf Creek, John Smith; Big Eddy, A. E. Sinclair; Tollerton, A. E. Wilby. Mr. Cowan later went, on to deal with grain rates, his contention being that under existing C. P. R. tariff conditions a farmer could ship P.. R. station in Saskatchewan to Winnipeg and then re-ship them to po:nts east of Winnipeg more cheaply than to ship direct. Chairman Drayton at the conclusion of this part of Mr. Cowan's examination, told Mr. F. H. Chrysler, K.C., for the C.P.R. that he would have to speak tomorrow morning to the qursliion why an order should not s--o reducing the through rate from west of Port, Arthur so ns not to exceed the sum of the locals in and out of Winnipeg on grain. Mr. Cowan then returned to the C.P.R. statement of reductions with particular reference to the grain rates: here some mouths. Nothing is known from western points to Vancouver. ! of her husband. It is believed the It was.used as a bas:s of comparison! couple were lovers, and jealousy may WINNIPEG MAN SHOT PARAMOUR AND THEN TURNED GUN ON HIMSELF Winnipeg, Man., Jaai. S.-A few moments after they had walked arm-inarm into the prvato consulting room of Dr. Fletcher, Somerset Block, Portage avenue, at 8.10 this morning, Walter Eaves, Englishman, 28 years old. placed the muzzle of a revolver to the forehead of Mrs. Alfred Hancock, and fired a bullet Into her brain, killing; her instantly. He. then turned tho, weapon upon himself, and will dio from (%e effects of three bullets ho' fired into his body. j George Rogers, an attendant at the-doctor's surgery, saw the couple enter, and says th-iy appeared to be on. good terms. He was sitting hi th next room and says he heard no quarrel oi argument. -In the midst of their conversation he heard four shots fired, and then the sound of falling bodies. The woman's life was extinct when ho rushed into the room. The man.' cannot recover. Eaves has lived in Winnipeg several years, while the woman has been LETHBR1DGE WIND IS A of 1890 rnles, but Mr. Cowan produced a number of special rates in force at the time, lie claimed, showing much lower figures which would upset the reduction the railway had claimed it put in "force since', that time. COMPARED WITH THE STORMS THEY HAVE HAD IN THE OLD EAST Plans Accepted for the Alberta (Continued from front page). account for the crime. There is a, suggestion of a suicide pact. Eaves was bookkeeper aiid account.-) ant at Fletcher's surgery, and lived at .1178 Carlton street. j Mrs. Hancock, also known to somoi as Mrs. Eaves, worked in a local stoiq and lived at 316 Beaverly street. Shu wan an Englishwoman. Eaves loft no explanation of tha crime, nor anything to show if lnaBmuell lnT/e^rS'i , , ., . as 'Raymond has the church college H'iadreds of poles with their wires  broke under the pressure oi the storm. Eighty poles went down in Toledo alone. Great damage was done in Illinois and in Northern Indiana and Ohio. WILL PAY UNION RATE OF WAGES and sugar factory. Cardston has an abundance of gray sandstone, which, according to the plans, will be used for the temple. It is the oldest and largest town in the Mormon colonies, and it is probable that the dream of cf the venerable leader, Chas. Ora Card, will be accomplished, and that a temple dedicated to the Lord will, within a year, grace the settlement which he founded twenty-five years ago. The Mormon colonists in Canada have long hoped for a temple in their midst, because of the great distance Calgary, Jan. 7.-It was a great I from those in Utah, but they were not appeal that the representatives of the. aware until last October that their de-joint carpenters' unions of the city \ sires were to be gratified. The first put up to the city council on Monday . details have created new excitement night, asking for a clause to be in- and rejoicing among the adherents serted in all municipal contracts mak-, or that sect. ing it compulsory to .pay the union |  -:__ rate of wages. It was agreed'by the council that such a clause should be inserted in all contracts in the. future, so that the end of the delegation was attained. The Donaldson exploring expedition has returned from the Hudson iiay country. No traces of gold or silver were found along the east coast, and the diamonds were few and of poor quality. Mayor Formally Opened Show (Continued from front page). Prize Winners Up to the time oi going to press the following list of prize winners had come to hand :- Barred Rocks-Cocks-1, Mrs. Cooper, Tessbank, iMan.: 2, .J. Thompson, High River; , 3 and 4, R5ss Wallace, Calgary. I Hens-1, 2 anil 3, Mrs. Cooper. | Cockerels-1, 2 and -1, Mrs. t.'oop-| er ; 3, Ross Wallace. I Pullets-1 arid 1, Mrs. Cooper; 2 and 3, Ross Wallace. .White Kocfcs.- Cocks-1 and 3, J. A. Orwy, Calgary ; 2, L. Losey, Winnifred. .liens-1, 2 and 3, .J. A. Gray. .Cockerels-1 and 2, J. A. Gray ; 3, William Carter, Lcthbridge. Pullets-1 and 2, ,J. A. Gray ; 3, Wm. Carter. ,George Jlorsehot of,Hamilton maj! die from a.,'knife wound behind the) right ear. Louis Horwaith aud Chnsi Lemair are under arrest. E. C. Graves has been appointed i n-j dustrial commissioner for St. CatbaW ines, and will receive a percentage ois the pay roll of all industries receivedi Geo. D. Forbes, has been re-elected mayor of Hespeler for the 13th conl secutive yean THE HOME OF ERNEST L. DAWES -Millionaire head of the Standard Sanitary Co., known as the "bath-tub trust," which he has purchased and where he will take up his residence on March 1st. He is here, according to Pittsburg despatches, on his honeymoon, and both he and hie bride are prominent socially in Pittsburg and New BrlQhton, his former home. Principal Manning of the Strathcopa Model school, Hamilton, has renewed a request he made a year ago of the Board of Education for the installation of a moving picture' machine there for educational purposes. The Ottawa government has received-a copy of the British protest as to Panama.Canal tolls. Mrs. Fannie Sharpe, a widow, ended her the soa At St, John, N. 0. Site of the McConkey restaurant, Toronto, on King Street west, for which negotiations are In progress with the Rank of Commerce. Ic i3 expected that if the sale goes through a large office building will be erected by the bank,  , uy tne when you buy table1 silver for your home. When your selection is 5 'Stiver flatethat Wear*" quality and beauty of design are both assured. �Made in tho heaviest grade of plate, lichee Its, | wonderful popularity^ 'Sold by Lenatnn Dealers 4364 ;