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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta January 1.911.' THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The first threo figures in eacb. ar-i. b'KED OH 100 tide denote the 7% per cent.; Inter., 10j62c; Inter., 90c; Gen., fl; U. 6. Tar- intermediate and general tariffs res-lper ceuL' Gcn- 10 Ijcr cent.; 25c bushel; Proposed Ratei, free: poctlvely.; Then tollowa the tarilT, 25c; Proposed rates, free; by U. B., 25c bushel; Re- II. S. duty as applied to Canada, pro- .chen auction ny U. S., Keduction by Canada, 10 per cent. the or the ter. ?i.75; Gen. posed new rato and tlon this-entails hy Canada United States, or both. ono year Pref.-, ribno; Inter., none; Gen., nOjio; U. S. tariff, 'head; Proposed raies, free; Redaction by V. S., Uciid; Reduction by Canada, none. ut not more tfian 514 per none; Inhcr.-, none; Geu., noneT U. S. Tariff, per headi; Proposed Rates, free; Re- duction by U. S., per head; Re- duction by Canada, none. at per none; Gen., noncp; U. S.-Tariff, 27 1-2 peri cent.; Proposed Rates; Reduction j by U. per or salted, per Inter. In- U. S. tariff 51.50, CiMi} Proposed rates, Reduction by U. S. Heduction EXTRACT OF HEMLOCK I'njJ., free; Inter., 1'rce; Gen.; freo; U. S, tarlil Proposed rates, Reduction by U. S., Ketiuctiou Canada, nono. not purified, ior manufacturing iree; Inter, rree; Geu. -free; U. S. 1 tariff, 1 cent u lb.; Proposed rates, j iree; ft eduction by L'. S. 1 cent a lb.; Keduction by Canada, none. pickletl %-cent; Gen, 1 cout; S. tariff, 1 by Canada, AND 1 cent ib.; Proposed rates, free; Reduc none; Intt'ir., none; Gen., none; U..S.; tiou by U. b., 1 cent; Reduction, by tariff, nones Proposed Rates, free; Re- duction by TJ. none; Reduction by Canada OLD HOUSES AND ued at cir f 12.50; Gon.; 512.50; U. S.. Tariff, none; Propoyed R.ates, Reduc- .tlon'by U. SL, none; Reduction by ductlon by Canada, ?l per 100 Ibs. I l-2c; Inter., 1 2c; U. S. Tariff, S5c cwt.; Proposed Rates, free; Reduc tion by U. S., 25c a cwt.; Reduction by Canada, 2c. free; Inter., free; free; U. S, Tariff, Ic per fiuart; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by Q. S., Ic per quart; Re- duction by Canada, none, WILD STRAWBERRIES Pref. free; Inter., free; Geri., U. S. Tariff, Ic per quart; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by U. S., Ic per quart; duction by Canada, nope. FRESH 35 per cent.; 17 1-2 per cent., Gen., 17 1-2 cent.; U. S. Tariff, 2 cents gal- on; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction U. 8. 2c a gallon; Reduction by Can- ada, 17 1-2 per cent. HOST INVADE MONTANA OTY Lethbridge Crowd Given An Enthuasiastic Welcome (Special to The Great Falls, -Jan. Lethbridgt; Hoard of Trado special ar- GALLAGHER FINED 1IS0NED SUCCEEDS HIS LATE FATHER. AS WEST VIRGINIA SENATQR per 1 Canada, 1 cent l-'iyii, IIEKKJ i'rer. %-cent; Inter., [cent; S. tariff, 1 cent lb.; Proposed rates, free; Reduction by U. S., one (cent; Keduction by Canada, I cent Jr'iSH, or salt- Canada, i ed, ner 100 25 cents; Inter. 15 cents; Gen., 50 cents; U. S. tariff cent; 22 1-2 per cent.; Gen., 25 cents; Proposed rates, free; Re per cent; U. S. Tariff, none; Propos- j auction by U. S., 50 cents; Reduction cd Rates, free; Reduction by U.. by Canada, 50 cents. none; Reduction by Canada 25 per J Kign. or kip cent. HORSfeS-7-Vahwd at per none; Tnter., none; j ccut; propoB'ed rates, free: Heduction Gen., none; U. S. Tai'iff. ?30 .bead; u s Reduction by Can Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by U. S., ?30 head; Reduction by Canada, pered per Vi-cent; Inter. SluQ or tlcn., 1 cent; U. S. tariff, none. at over per FRESH lapercent; at .the depot accompanied by Punishment Meted Out to Grassy Lake Man by Judge Winter James Gallagher, the young Grassy Lake man, was this morning found guilty by Judge Winter, in Uie dis- trict court of horse-stealing and was fined 5100 and given in addition ;i lerm of six mouths' hard labor. On the charge ol obtaining: money under false pretenses with wliich bs was found guilty yesterday as reported in. rived on schedule time this monies' the Herald last night, he was seji- a-nd the seventy members of the ttnced-to.another term o[ six months1 parly were early astir. The toilet hard labor, the sente.'icrs to run con- preparations were considerably '.n currently, starting from the day ho fcred with by the men taking time tu was first" incarccraitd last August, declaim quotations from the "Great the'evidence-showed, pur- International Hummer" the panel- pub charred the horses and gave- a linn note cove-ring thm io t-hc F. E. ila- sun Land- Company, of this city. He afterwards sold the horses to D. L. Kinibail, without the note being paid lishetl on the train, or singing catchy songs that were published therein, the sage saying from Sage- spear being the favorite The. men. were hardly dn-ssed beioi'c oft. Mayor Murphy -and the other, bers of the reception committee inter., 17 1-2 per cent; Gen., 17 1-2 per cent; U. S. Tariff, 5c gallon; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by U. S., 5c ;allon; Reduction, by Canada, 17 1-2 per cent 2c: Inter., 2 l-2c; Gen-, 3c; U. S; Tariff, 5c doz.; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by U. S., 5c doz.; Reduction by Canada, 3c doz. 2c; Inter., 2 l-2c; Gen., 3c; U. S. gal.; Propos- ed Rates, free; Reduction by XJ. S., 20c Black Eagle band. Thsy gave This Lethbridge men hearty oroe in-worcis and music and escort- ed them to the New Park Hotel ior breakfast. Gallagher; whrn on the stand, said tnat to the best 6f his memory he rj-ic ?old the horses to in the ing signed the Hen note on the afternoon oi the same day. He main- tained vKa.t when signing the note he did not know what it was. The evi- dence was -all concluded last night-. Th-s the whole This morning, his lawyer, .John R. party were taken is nutornohi'c-f Puimer, put up an able plea for his t-hfc great smelter oi the Amalgamat- client, but'the court found him guil-. Copper, the second largest'smelter ty. in the world. The'officials at the plant very kindly showed t-hc party through the immense plant and de- ana, 1 h'iSH, HALIBUT ACSTD r Kresli. plclcled or salted, per nekd--Pref.. none; Intca, none; Gen.J Inter., S-cent; Gen.. 1 cent: none- U S. Tariff, 25 per cent; Pro- Proposed rates, free; Keduction by posed Rates.-free; Reduction by U.S..! U. S.. 1 cent; Redaction by Canada, 1 25 "per cent; Reduction by Canada, cent. SEEDS-Not herein otherwise provided for, -when in packages weighing over 1 Ib. each, not included in .other seeds 5 per cent; Inter., 10 per cent; Gen., 10 per cent., U, S. Tar- i copper is extracted from the ore. which: conies, from the Butte mines, and ingots.- On-their the trip tr> the smelter the party cntertain- FISH, COD, HADDOCK, WN'G AND salted or pickled, psr %-cent; Inter., S1.50 each; Proposed Rates, free; i cent: U. S. tariff, ?i-cent; Pro- none. per lb.- ter., 1 1-4; Gen. 1 -1-2; -Pref., Ic; Tn- Tariff, duction by TJ, S., 1.50 eacb; Reduc- tion by Canada, 1 Ir2c lb. SHEEP AND 15 per cent; Inter.. 22 1-2 per. cent; Gen., 25 per S. TariCf, none; posed Reduction by U.'S., j none; Reduction by Canada, 25 per cent j SHBEP AND th'aii 1 posed rates, free-; Reduction >by U. S. Keduction by Canada, -1 cent per cent; inter., Gen., 1 cent: is. tarilt, ceats; Proposed rates, tree; Reduction by U. S..-1VS cents; Kecluction by Canada, 1 cenL FISH, EELS AND frozen, per year none; Inter., none; or Gen., none; U. S. Tiriff, 25 cents] inter., %.Cent; head; Proposed Rates, free; -Proposed lA-cent: Gen., 1 cent; U. S rates, freei tioif S.'. 25 cents each; Reduc-1 Keduction by IT. S., %-cent; Reduc tion by Canada, none. I tlon 'by Canada, 1 cent. SHEEP AND year old j ALL OTHER FRESH, PICKLED OR and nono; Inter., SALTED Gen., nonet TJ. 5- eacb; [cent; inter., %-cent; Gen., 1 cent Proposed Rates, free; Reduction byju. S. tariS. Proposed rates U. S., Reduction by Can- j tree: Keduction fcv U. 'S., v4-cent ada, none.' uetiuciion by 1 cent OTHER TJIvB 15 j per percent; 22 1-2 percent; Gen., iuter., 12 l-2c; Gen., lac; U. 25 per cent; TJ. S; Tariff, 20 per cent; ,Tariff, 2fic; Seed, 40c; Proposed Rat Proposed Reduction by os> fl.eo; Reduction by TJ, S., 25c U. S., 20 per by Reduction by Canada, 35c. ada, 25 per cent. POISON IN TABLETS OF DEATH Y.M.C.A. ARRANGE FOR ed at luncheon; at the New Park Ho-1 Winnipeg Coroner Will Make Strong Recommen- iff, 15c to 20c lb.; Proposed Rates, free; Redaction by U. S., 15c to 20c a lb.; Reduction by Canada, 10 per em. ALilON AND OTHER pared and O. per cent.; Inter., 27% per Lien., 20 per cent; U. S. tariff, 30 per cent; Proposed rates, free; Reduc- tion by 13. S., 30 per cent; Reduction by Canada, 30 per cent if In packages containing less than naif a i3. minimum, 30 per kft open.ior the Le'thfaridge -shape none; inter., none: around and see the city as their-j found that tcl. Mayor Murphy extended the greeting of the citizens ol Great Farts and bade the visitors heartily- welcome. Thesc-Ielicitations .were reciprocated by" C. G-. K.- Nourse. Mayor Adams, C. F. P. Conybeare. and others, while several oi the Great inquest into the death of Harvey Lit- Falls men supplemented- their tie returned a verdict tonight. that remarks. death had. been caused ironi the eat- The next three hours OL a certain patent-.medicine in F Lvi.- _: A V i--.' f or p VIA T dations to Ottawa Winnipeg, Jan. coroner's bc--heia in anticipation bate with, one of the Calgary teams on that subicct. The affirmative will be "taken by R B: AnderEon L. Xaicn, tits ncyative by D Vk Pat- About. twenty young, iiicn" interested terson and B. L Cope in "debating met last 'night "at the Y; The subjects selected for submission M.C.A. to arrange for holding- -de-, .to ike Calgary Y 31, C A. bates in connection with Kosolvcd -that diarecfc legislaiion in- A. Debating Society, and the South- eluding tbb initlaiivc, referendum and crn Alberta ..League. D. H. Elton and J. L. I recall ManwariDg irice ol should be adopted "m the pcov- l Alberta-, go to Calgary next mouth'to" uphold 'the Canadian-American Reoiprocivy- the affirmative on the Single LTax is- is in the best inter- sue. Messrs. Kaake and McKianon csts of Canada. f will debate against .a try-: C.- McKsnzic was Elected out on Feb.. 10. Discussion, and crit.K iiie yacancf m the Tl. debate on POULTRY Dead ;and Pref., none; Inter., none r none; U. S. Tariff.-none; Proposed, none; Reduc- tion by U. S., rtono; Reduction b'y Ganada, none. Prcf., 15 per cent.; Inter., 22 1-2 per cent; Gen., 25 per cent: TJ. S. Tariff, 3 cents lb.; Proposed Kates, free; Reduction by 3 cents lb.; Reduction by Can- l-2c; Inter.. 15 l-2c; Gen., 20c; Tariff, 25c; Proposed Rates free; Re- duction by U. S., 2oc; Reduction by Canada. 20c. CORX (Except into Canada for dis- free; Inter., free; Gon., free; U. S. Tariff. I5c; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by U. S.T loc; Reduction by Canada, none. SWEET Pref., 7c; Inter.. 3c; Gen., lOc; TJ. S. none; LT. S. tariff, 30 per cent; posed rates, Reduction fty U. S., 30 per cent.; Reduction by Canada, none. in bulk, per gal- 7 cents; Inter., 9 cents; 10 cents; U. i5. tariff, free; Pro- posed- rates, free; Reduction by U.S., none; Keduction toy Canada, 10 cents. cans net over one pint. Including: d.uty on cans, per can 2c; Inter., 2 l-2c; Gen., 3c; TJ. -S. Tariff, .free; Proposed Rates, free; Redaction by TJ. S., none; Reduc- tion by Canada, 5c. cans exceeding oae quart in capacity, including duty "on cans, per Prsf.. 3c; Inter., l-2c; Sen., 5c; U. S. Tariff, free; Pro- posed Rates, free; Reduction by U.S., none; Reduction by Canada. 5c. 15 per [cent; Inter., 20 per. cent; Gen., 25 cent; TJ. S. Tariff, free; Proposed Reduction by Canada, 25 per cent. 17 per cent; Inter., 27 1-2 per cent.; Gen., 30 per cent; TJ. S. Tariff, free; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by 111 S-, none Reduction by 30 per FRESH WATER Pref., l-2c ada, 25 per cent 12 1-2 per cent; Inter., 17 1-2 per. cent.; Gen., 20 per cent; TJ. 5. Tariff. 5 cents, Ib.; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by TJ. S., 5 cents lb.; Reduction by Can- ada, 20 per cent Sc; Inter.. lOc; Gen.. I2c; U. S. Tariff, 25c: Proposed Rates, free; Reduction by I IS per cent; In- TJ. S., 25 cents; Reduction by Canada, ter? 27 1-2 per cent; Gen., 30 per 12 cents.-, 'cent; U. S. Tariff. 25 per cent; Pro- 7c; Rates, free; Reduction by U. S.. 9c; Gen., lOc; U. S. Tariff, lOc; per cent.; Reduction by Canada, 30 posed Rates, free; Reduction by U. Inter., 3-4c; Gen., le; U. S. Tariff, "l- proposed s- frec; Reductlon Canada, lOc. In per cent.; Inter., 27 1-2; Gen., 30 per cent; U. S. Tar-1 THJS DOG CHEWED COAT iff. 25 per cent.; Proposed Rates, freo; Reduction by U. S., 25 per cent; Ro-i duction by Canada, 30 per cent WHILE MASTER WALKED S.T lOc; Reduction by Canada, lOc. j If. per cent; 7c; 37 1-2 per cent; Gen.. 30. 3. H. Ward from Stony Plain Had Fur Coat Damaged by a Frisky Pup ancv leads them.- The Board of Trade's excursion to Falls pulled out on time last ight and arrived at its destination- n time, namely at S o'clock this morning. G-. Trainmaster Mc'Mann, oi rreat Falls, and another Great-Falls fncial came up from the south and vent with the excursion'to see hafe everything ivent satisfactory. Conductor Joe Tennant was in charge oi the train and Engineer George Mc- xvas' at the throttle of "Old Twenty." The train consisted of the three, coaches, Selkirk. Minnesota and Formosa, and a baggage coach. At- tached to the sides of the coaches ere the banners used on the excur- sion to Spokane last October and read, "Lethbridge Board ot Trade. Lethbridge, Alberta." Exactly seventy people, took the trip. The only one who had -paid for his ticket, but who missed the train was Manfred Freeman, of the Free- man-Macleod Co. oi tablets, and the jury the'-causc of death was from strychnine in the tablets. Tn this connection Coroner Ingiis has prepared a .memorial which he will: forward to Oitawa, the "'result o[ j .which may Call for a most rigid iu j vestigation. The. coroner intimated that he .knew of. five cases whore, j death had- followed the use of patent! medicines. He would not. say what was in. his report, but; admit-fced that he was making certain stringent re- commendations. STATES WILL GO AGAINST FREE WHEAT "TE Winnipeg, MATU, DUTY TAKEN OFF LINOTYPES Glad News in Reciprocity Arrangementfor News- paper Publishers There is joy.among the newspaper- men of Canada over one item in the reciprocity treaty. The duty on lino types has been removed. In addition to the news coming in the regular way, A. Buchanan got additional news of it in a telegram from J. F. president of the Canadian Press Association and business man- ager of the Toronto Globe which brief ly but expressively says: "Shake ou linotypes." The Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Press Association was the j first in Canada to take up this mat-1 Your Headquarters for 1910 Financial Statements and Auditors' Reports, and for Booklets, Folders, An- nouncements, Circulars, Blotters, etc. Edmonton, Jan. the May wheat closed yesterday at D8J, j terr and or-c .by. one the other press j In-! dog owned by Arthur WiHiamson-T.iy-j but was run up TO on the curb in the afternoon by excited shorts and perl ior gyrated down First street yesler- ter., no; Gen., lOc; U. S. Tariff, Ifo: Tariff. 40c; Proposed'Rat-1 afternoon some yards behind his Proposed Rates, free; Reduction f'rce; Reduction by U. S., 40c; Re-1 coaster. He stopped at times to pay U. S., I5c; Reduction by Canada, lOc. Auction'by Canada. 30 per cent. I nls respects to passing dogs nnd he lOc; 15 per cent.; Tn-! barked once. In a while at a car or a Inter., 12 3-2c; Gen.. 15c; U. S. Tariff, SOc; Proposed Rates, free; Reduction ter., 27 1-2 per cent.; Gen.. 30 per cent.; U. S. Tariff. 2c each; Proposed U. S., 30c; Reduction by Canada, rroe: Rcdnrdon by S., 2c I5c- leach: Reduction by Canada, 20 pe cent lOc; Inter.. I2c; Gep., ISc; U. S. Tar-j AT, iff, 30c; Proposed Reduc- tion by TJ. S., UOc; Reduction by Can- ada. 15c. dried, per taon OTHER their natural Pref- 15 per cent; Ir.tcr.. 1-2 per cent; Gen., 30 per cent.; U. S. Tariff, 25 per cent.; Proposed Rates, free; Reduc- tion by U. S.. 25c; Reduction by Can- noree or a telegraph pole. He war; par tscuiarJy and his general bear- ing teat of a dog bound. to get into treuDie. All the way from Stony Plain. B. IT. had come to Edmonton. Mr. Ward wore a luxurious coat, with fur ssociations backed them up, the Can-1 Press Association being very C. oi to! big .speculators, who bought with the active. Recently, Mr. Buchanau, who idea that free wheat would bring our j 's president of the A- E. B. prices up to near rhe Minneapolis lev- i Press Association at tho request cl with lower cables and a lower op- that association wtnt to Ottawa ening ot American markets Winnipeg this on the government. quickly sold everybody. wanting to sell wheat. After considering the re- ciprocity tentative agreement over night the crowd decided that it Telegraphies take at Irast until the next session oi t reduction of Pref., 15c; Inter.. 22 l-2c; Gen.. 25c; U. S. Tariff. 45c; Proposed t u xwtiucuon by u. S., 45c; Reduc- v-, ,xppl _. seemed the most palatable to the dos.jSia.es, as it would naiurally hr.rt i APPLEb par bordcr Thl linings and trimmings. Unfortunately! conSfess ne, too, met the aforesaid friskj- doS. fcriia3 appears almost, unan- The nortneast comer of the skirt of i Stony by Canada, 25c. S timothy and per cent.; Int., 10 p.c.: Gea. 10 p.c.; U.S. tariff, free: Proposed rates free; Reduction TJ. S., none; cent. Reduction bv 10 per Prcf., Inter., 33c: Gen., 40c; S. Tariff, 23c b-vishet; Proposed Rat- f. free; Reduction by U. S.. 25c bu- Ishel; Redtiction by Canada. 40o, bar- 'rcl. Prof.. 17 !-2 prr nt.; In- per This in ihe desire of everybody to Og }Ir. Ward strode along, uously the capracious canine took a jam. Tnen with his month full of fur joined his master. A reporter happened to be en the( other side of the street waen Inci-; opeaed cent happened. HastlSy. Mr. Ward closed 92. Cash wheat .Mrs. KP.on Fines, of Wellington. :a fleart, aged S5. Her home was ones occupied hy Lord Sirocce, wctri Guv- upper Canada. Tnc Y. C. A. of Hamilton are in- censed because they were refused tte use of tne Armories for an eigbt days f-f jc I Piiniiny sell out their holdings, and a weak j entertainment local ma-ikct, prices are as follows i A delegation of evil engineers, em May, opened 09j, closed 95} July ployed by the Dominion cjosccl 99 J- October !ter0 22 1-2 .per cor.t.; Gc-r... per rtent happened. HastlSy. Mr. Ward ac-! closed fl2. Cash wheat Xo. 1- Xor. J'er Sl.fifi: U. S. Tariff, 25C a bushel; Pro-1 costod-Mr. Williamson-Taylor, and the; Xo. 2 Xor. Oars Xo. 2 l-7d; Gen. 52: U. S. tariff 54, Kates, free; Reduction by IT. two men were discussing certain 3'2ii; htrley Xo. 3 Xo. 4 Proposed Reduction JS., bushel: Kcdurtion by Canada, T-omls of great seriousness when laat Hrjeetfrt 3S; 36 KJ.xx Iry U. Rertiictlon hy per cent scea, 2.45. asKed the Premier to raise thsir status Jn the civil service. The Motile, brothers, accused of JUe murder of their brother-in-law, will tried in -Montroaf. On two trials he Junes disagreed. For Particular People ;