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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 TUB LETHBKIDGE HERALD PAGE I-'IVE C3 Today's wheat prices No. 1 iXoniiein 2 Northern N'o. 3 Northern 65 No. i Norlbecu 55 No. 5 Nottie-ru 49 No. 1 CO Hod 63 .So. 3 Re d No. 4 Hed 55 No. 6 Kc-1 49 A Healed Scene in Winnipeg Police Adjourn ed Until Thursday TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES ivjlmipes, Jan. Kl- Winnipeg, Man.. Jan. 20.-1 ha HIM- dfn aod Jolm Wrstlake char opened at an advance, followed tv a drclT.c and again advanced, hold- jointly with assisting a prisoner iiis lairly steady to the dose. It to escape from custody John H. the Vind ol'inaikrt that encour- uuiton. and Frank Holt, against pKcJ scalping, but dearth ol whom no charges have been laid not e but so little Ilobert J. Held, who is charged stuff offered that' Itw business with being an officer in charge ol a tlor.e was insignificant. prisoner, unlawlully and intentionally Itcceipls were light, being 3" cars escape, all were remanded directed M ln sisl11- receipts were Minneapolis 251; lutli 53 cars; Chicago 55 cars. Cables J to Save Time! Time lost because of headaches, lassitudo and depressions of bi 1- lousness, 13 worse than wasted. Biliom ness yields quickly to the safe, certain home BEECHAM'S PILLS Mr. R. J. Mulchings of Ca'gary Thinks Free Wheat Would Help Some EDITOR OF LIVESTOCK WORLD SAYS IT HAS INJURED UNITED STATE3 Denver, Colo., Jan. "1 hope the goierrmieLt will see its way clear to allow our western farm- ers entrr to the United States for tbeir saij 11 J. tlukh- ings, of Calgary, president oi the Great West Saddlery Co., who is in the citv tooling aller the company's business here. "I think our fanners should have Ihc greatest Ireedom in choosing their i meal an tho free list under the now ;matkcts. H will tend to snake them larlff has not only failed to reduce 'cohtcnted, and they certainly are nut Ihe vere ofi-scl by Ihe arinouncemcnfc of sheep, wore stocking lalth vas 83J 82 Inspector Stark, who ijuated orders from the department, over-ruling any sued. permission by the chief or deputy, Mr. Boanar also caused a slight com- motion in court by declaring that he ;j! ,did rot go to lira cbtef but to the 'deputy, Newton, whom .lie considered 'the "acting he did not lurth- er explain Ms use of the term. Percy Hagel's application by coun- fouled by (eor and demoralization en- 83} 61 321 31i sel for bail was 'again reluscd by the court. Mr. llajel was brought into the box little later in company with John a e a 1 jWestlake, who is charged jointly with 115 10 3S :m 1.27 1.24 hira In the information which accuses them of assisting a prisoner to es- cape from custody. K. B. Graham, crown proseculor, arose, and requesiea that ihu t-ose bo remanded until Thursday. All the prisoners held in connection wilh (he. jail delivery. "Relore 1 go upstairs Your Wor- said Hagel, "I would make Breeding enterprises or too the. province. prunucts of the prairies, arid will lulng the west nearer to the big consuming markets ct U.e world. Mr. Ilutchin 3 knows a'.o'at ircight rates and Hie vray they attcct the farmer, for he is cr.e ol the men on tee Calgary Hoard ol Trade who watch railway matters lor the- good hundreds were abandoned. j The freedom ol the markets "Th-js, the very measure designed ;and the Lest possible transportation by tbe Washington theorists to re- facilities are what Mr. llevs Hie consumer, defeated the othjasVs that the fanners ol the neat be Ject for which it was Intended. Igivtn, and then, If they will supply "Had tiie con'ldence enjendered by Ico-operathe marketing, a good start the hitfi (at cattle narkct of 1912, 'will hare beta' made "toward a pros- id the consequent advance In. slock- perous. Inland empire on the piairies. ers not .been destroyed by the menace i The Calgary wholesaler is very in- of free trade, beef and also mullon Crested In the session of the United production in tao United slates ,FaIrneIS ol Albeiia which opens here would by this time, have made a long itomoirow and lasts for three days. stride along tbe rath of recuperation, whereas, actual depletion has result- tomoirow and lasts for three "e he said, that one ol ed. So far. foreign beef failed to reduce maie a lloB ol KE- keen demand tor hogs for (lie east 1 was aSnin 1ulelcd 5Ir- prevails at present ar.d no fewer than nar. 36 cars were shipped on Saturday and Monday, 10 being from the Union and 2C from the C.I'.K, yards. Hogs on that account were stronger on Mon- day, choice heiiig quoted at S8.00 to }S 35, with usiui deductions. flotations wero as follows butcher slcers S7 to fair to pooil butcher steers JC '9 25 choice butcher heifers lhat an effort would he made to have the farmers decide to bay no new right lines, and one entirely InVeep- ing. with .the, needt c.f -the country, which he hoprs'to sec adopted. Mr.- Hulchings thinks the. outlo'oV for business along all safe lices is .good for'the roming year, although 4 -j c- 0 the volume o! business may not be so in quality. However, It must be re- cognized .as competition, and overr ton of it entering the United States STRATHCONA NIGHT BULLETIN i large as It was, in 1812. However, it- 4 will .le. 6s a safer basis and will ff hring more lasting good to the coun- MONTREAL STOCK EXCHANGE Montreal, Jan. 20. Hecent im- provements in prices wellmain- itaincd throughout this mornirg's [trading. The only spectacular Eea- tnre was Tram Power, which on heavy trading scored an advance to 14. R. A 0. which has been 'quiet 40 C. P. R. and SC.50 to J6.75 fair to good butcher- for Um.e was more promi heifers H.iO to good butcher nmt, wlrancmg-llSl on huyln5: cows J5.50 to 56 fair cows and heif- ers Si.75 to S5-25; cnmraon cowg S2-75 to 53.50 best bulls M.75 to 15; common hulls SI to SI.25; beat feeders S5.75 to (C best stockcrs CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET lo best milkers ami springers Chicago, Jan. Wheat lailcd to S55 to common to medium hold on advance which today resulted milkers and sprlngcri 310 to J50. from a less favorable crop outlook in Vliolcc calves {6 lo ijra'.y good calvrs Sj.jO lo sprlr.g lambs 57 i diokc Ulllng shtep S5 J5.50. lings IS lo JB.25 roujrhs ar.d heavies to S3.50 SI. Kcccipls Ior Ihrce Oays ending Jan. 19. weve- as follows Union Slock Yards Cattle. 301 liogs l.Of.S: C. P. H. Yards-Cattle 208 hog; weslern Europe. The flattering pros- peels ior_ Ihe winter crop in the Un- _ tn ileil Ktales'aclcd as more than an lo oflscl, hcing by Ihc Ohio state report, which put the condition af. 101, as against 90 a year ago. Opening prices were i to higher, and there was a slight gain, qut af- terwards rccertcd to lasl night's fifj- Jan. fol- lowing bullelin was lEsued at six o'clock lonlslit: "Lord Stratficona has passed a nuiet dar. Ho has no pain. Them is, 'however, no Improve- ment in his condition." LIVERPOOL DRAIN MARKET Mrorpool, Jan. wan higher on some o-.itslde speculative support and fln improved spot dc- rnanrl. Kxtrcniflx cold weather through- out KuropD, ami compla'nta of SHOT covering in parts, wtro also factors. The forolga crop autnmary Is not r-o fa-ioraMo, owing to Ihc. cold wca- llicr and lack of fnow In France, Germany and Hungary. CATARR52! or BLADDER: 24 Hours Every Drinking Man Needs Help No man who is addicted to drinlt hnbit, whether he drinks periodically or habitually, elo? of his own accord. The drink habit is a disease which cannot ha cured without medicinal tre.itraent. The Nea1. Treatment Is now recognized throughout the Uni ted States and Canada aa tliorcughly successful, and the roost confirmed drlnher can he freed from all deairo or craving for alcoholic In a Umu by Its use. The Xeal Treatment Is a sure, safe vegetable- remedy taken Internally, no hypoder- mic injections being employed. Call, phono or wrJlc for full Infor- mation. All correspondence treated confidentially. NlicYL INSTITUTE 820 Thirteenth Ave. W., Gtlgiry, Phone 4526 Cold Weather Is Doing It 'UR Big Hurry-Out-Sale is certainly boom- ing now. The cold snap is responsible and such weather as this is sure to last through- out the balance of January and also February Ladies' Furs Hurrying Out--This is our Complete Stock of Fur Coats ONE ONLY, RAT COAT Regular J130.00 for 1 Only RAT t-INEO collar, liCKuiar J135.00 for................. 2 Only, RAT LINED COATS. Mink collar Regular (125.00 for 1 Only, RAT LINED COAT, Sable Collar KpfJlar (110.00 now for 1 RAT LINED COAT, Western Sable Collar, regular now for 1 MINK MARMOT COAT Heju'.ar 4125.00 for 2 BLACK PONY COATS. 135.01) for 1 MARMOT LINED COAT. Ger- man Olter collar, res. for 2 BEAVER CLOTH COATS, Sable Collars Regular (30.00 for THESE PRICES ARE WHAT THESE GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT WHOLE- SALE FOR TODAY. Clearing Out Our Shoe Department MEN'S 1.BUCKLE Regular 41.55; now MEN'S 2-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Regular now MEN'S 3-EUCKLE OVERSHOES Regular now MEN'S CLOTH TOP RUBBERS Regular now MEN'S ALL FELT BALS. Regular J2.2J for MEN'S ALL FELT CONGRESS Regular 42.50 for............ MEN'S FELT.SLIPPERS Regular 85c for MEN'S FELT LINED. RUBBER SOLE for LADIES 2.BUCKLE OVERSHOES Regular 42.2-5, now LADIES' CLOTH TOP RUBBERS iiPB'Jlar 41.25; CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' STOCKING-OVERS Regular ftr _ Rcsular 41.20 egular ftr _ ow i-OVERS 85c 65c ALL CHILDREN'S RUBBER GOODS EQUALLY REDUCED A FEW PAIR OF MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S HOCKEY SHOES LEFT Ladies' and Children's Sweaters-the balance of our stock reduced at least 1 -3 Children's Bear Coats all reduced 1 -3 Prices on All Men's Underwear, Overcoats, Caps, Etc., Slashed Away Down. "OUR-HURRY-OUT-SALE" THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. STATE BAIA POSTPONED Ottawa, Jan. to tiio very iilness of Lxird Slrathcona, he State ball at-Government House, ,-hlch wcua to hai D taken place tomor- crtr evenTofe, lias been postponed uiv January 29. An oficial sUtemcnl CALGARY SOLD ITS BONOS Colpary, Jan. city ol Cal- gary has successfully nrranfcei for the notation upon tho London mar- ket of practically its entire outstand- ing bond Issue at a price ct 97 per cent-, "which is equivalent to 95 net. to this effect has just been glveu out The total tece value of tho bonds at Government Mouse. I poswl ol is TRAIN HELD Up Clarksburg, Va., Jan, Ohio train No. 1. bound from New York to St. Louis, fa reported to have been held up near here earl; this morning. A courss in was started in Woodstock CollegiaU Institute. AUCTION SALE Saturday, Jan. 24 at 2 p.m. LetKbridge Feed and Sale Barn J Cm-load of Choice Fat .Steers coining 2 vis. 4 I'niv .Brood Mitres. 4 Pair Geldings 10 Head Choice Dairy Cows. J SfjMidartl lin-il Driving; Marc, murk 2.10, (iiid various oilier articles, J. A. Smith D.C., Jim. President was ushered Into ttie crowd cd charabor at 12.20. when the audl ence rose and gave him prolonged a> r-Iause ar.d cheera. Tho PresMea took his rlaco at the clerk's deck, W began reading at 12.30. HI auditors gave rapt attention. The Eccne was a colorful one, anc no 1C5F drarr.etfc than on any of th rirovlons otcMlons wfien the Presld ent, zclltnj; aside precedent tilt had prevailed since lime, csme to Uic halls of Congress to the. national legislative body In person. The flfsfct banTred gal- leries presented a "wive of color. On the floor the legislators in aoier con- ventional packed the hall 16 Us ulmOAt corners. Sf-creUries Garri- son, .iDil Wilson, and Poat- mQatcr-Genoral Burleso nhnrt seats on tho floor, and other officials were clustcreil the Speakel'e desk. Hnndrciia of people strained for a ellmpse of the Pres'der.l. The ro-jnd o! applauso that began hen the President entered WJB only stilled fty Mr. evident dcslro to proceed with hla rortlng. Ilia mcs- outlined propped legislation dealing with Ihn tnisls. TO PROTECT SEA TRAFFIC Jan.' convention drawn up by tho International confer- criw at sea at the- For- eign Offico this afternoon 'i-ith con- slderahlo formallts'. Tfto Ai'Etrlln re- tua only ones who did not sign the convention today, will do ao tomorrow. !cij pa'.rol service on Inlcrraloritil If assured by tho convention.