Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
>r Page 15 LKriiBRiDfiE .DAILY HRKAUI Saturday, July COWAN'S PtRFECIION COCOA CMTM'S wetni to hit the right spot It great food for busk? young ath- letes utisfies the appetite eujr to digeit: delicious HAVE REPLIED TO CRITICISM Nelson Board of Trade gets after Rev. Dr. Gor- don in Open Letter Nelson, H.. C., July In all innocence drawn tlie fitc of chairman of the conciliation libard in the Nest ONTARIO REEVE UNDER ARREST Over Voung Drug Clerk's Death at Corn- wall HAULTAIN IS NOT AN OFFICER Contervativis Held Annual Meeting and Cndone Borden Moose Jaw, Sask., July unani- mous cndortation of R. L. Borden, K. C.. M.P., as the leader of the Con- servative party and an equally strong support of the Conservative platform as held out oy Mr. Borden during his tour of the West was the feature of the convention of Saskatchewan Con- servatives held here today to which attended eome 170 delegates from every part of the province. The elec- tion of officers resulted as follows: Hon. L. Borden. S Lake, Cowan ,Regina. V Eratt, Jaw." F. Bryant, Regina. 'R. Wliitmore, Prince Albert. Swift Current, Regina and York- ton extended Invitations for the con- vention next year, and on a vote Prince Albert won out. Cornwall, .July Shaw. I he young drug clerk who was shot at Bridge Knd, Glengarry, last Satur- day afternoon, died Shaw was shut hy K. D. Mi-Kan. KCPVC of Lancaster township, the result oi an the mines and op- [expedition by McGee, .1 brother-in- law, and Shaw, to tlio Mcltae home in an effort to recover possession of iMcCice's child. McGec and his wife, who was a Roman Catholic, had sep- Pass and Alberta coal strike, through making the suggestion that- the gov- ernment take over crate them under a guarantee pending settlement, the Xelson board of trade stands to its gnus, and replies to Dr. Gordon's comment that "it is easier j r.o doubt to settle this dispute from United, due to religions diflemices and pressure from relatives, under arrest. the board of trade room in Nelson tlian it is to settle it with an open letter that does not lack for hot shot. After commenting on the pose as- sumed by Dr. Gordon, replying to the insinuation of unwarranted inter- ference, and pointing out tlie length of time it has taken the board to discover that the question is at root, one of wages, the open letter pro- ceeds "What the Nelson board of trade irgc'l in their that, if urthcr loss. of time in conciliating :hev parties :werc. the should, pending scttle- nent, guarantee tlie wages of the iien, so that the mines could be im- nediately be opened and operated, nd the tremendous and important ef- orts above referred to Might be pre- ented. "The the Nelson hoard f trade has been endorsed hy other ruportant boards, and the Associated oards of trade of Western Canada ave passed a somewhat similar rc- olution. 'The Ne son-.hoard of trade have al- i o strongly urged the. publication ofJCul on the left jaw. He'also INDIANS CUT OUTBRAND "Standing Alone" and "Bad twn Indians, appeared before Inspec- tor West at the Mounted Police bar- racks this morning, charged with having stolen a black colt from Al- bert White on March 33rd. Tim first witness called was "Stand ing who told how he had seen the. horse tied behind the house of J, Cotton near Barr Hill, where his brother-in-law, "Bad was working. He said that he had told him that the horse was his and that lie was going to bring it to Le-lh- ridge to sell. Asked by Sergt. A she, who was carrying on the prosecution, if he the horse was stolen, the wit- ness said he did, because it had a TO AND QUEEN AREJNJRELANI Lord Mayor Did Not Pre- sent an Address-Home Rule Emphasized Dublin, Ireland, July 8. Kin George and Queen Mary received juiut but cordial reception to Irelnii today. The altitude of the people well expressed by banners strctehe uit si tie the city council hall nt I'ein n'oofc, a suburb of tlie capital, wine (.'fused to present an official .uldres o the King, reading "Welcome. home rule." The Lord Mayor a Dublin, whose threat that he won present an address to His Majesty rie spite contrary decision of tlie conn i'il, if was feared would lead to Iron lile, remained tit home. MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, July openec and closed on the exchange today ai follows: July opened 97 1-2, closed 9' 1-2; Oct. opened 93 3-S, closed 93 1-4: Dec. opened 92 3-4, closed 92 1-4. Oats July opened 37 3-8, closed 37 3-S; Oct opened 39 1-S, closed 39 1-2. Flax fuly opened 1.90, closed Oct closed 1.85. Caih 1 1-4: 2 Northern, 94 -4; 3 Northern, 91 1-2; No. 4, 86 1-4; No. o, 81; No. G, 71. Feed, C3. Oats, Vb. 2 C.W., 37 1-4. Barley, rejected, 15. Feed. 42. American Markets opened 99 1-2, :losed 9S 7-S; Sept. opened 99 3-4, :losed 99 1-8; Dec. opened 100, closed 9 l-S. opened 90, closed S9 -2; Sept. opened 91 S-4, closed 91 1-2; Dec. opened 94, closed 94. OVERSEAS M.P.'S BUSY Sheffield." July Overseas members of Parliament visited era! large works and were dined at Hall, Senator Smith respond- ing to the principal .toast of the.day They lunch today at Catsworth with .the Duke of Devonshire and at night .dirie at Scarborough where they will spend Sunday. DINED THE SCOUTS July Scouts last night dined with Colonel Durland at Hdlborn restaurant. Col. Mindon Cole eulogized' the kindness and hos- pitality shown them. 1 facts brought out in the inquiry, Moose j and the Hon.. ihe minister of labor, in expressing the hope that a speedy settlement might be effected, writes 'that in his opinion the roost potent influence; to this end is that qf public opinion.' "This position on behalf of the pub- lic of-the immediate district the Nel- son board of trade strongly tnai tains, and they again regret that t: chairman of the hoard of conciliatir should have thought it well to t! tract from the value of his pronoun remarks that have the a pcariince of being unwarranted ai umicccssarilv. sarcastic. "Now that the recommendation the hoard of conciliation has been r jectcri hy both parties, .the N'elso board of trade earnestly expresses t! hope that the government may sec i way .to taking some active steps fi the re-opening of the coal mines the interest of the.public whq ares vitally affected hy the present clos ing down IH Firtt-cUu Table Board By Meal Ticket At The Gables 70S 4th Avenue South 1VOT1CE The Excelsior Cafe has changed owners. It will now be.run as a first class Cafe by two first class only two union cooks in the city, and all white help. The ice cream and soda fountain 'will be a feature of this place PEACOCK A 9NELQROVE FLOUR ElllMn 'Our .Try II tntt. Yni'll MM It. I I I Ml 11 I NO that when they stole horses that C.P.R. FIREMAN WAS KILLED Kenora Ont, Julj fou this morning one of the first ace dents of the .season on this diviaio of-the C..P. R .occurred a few mile east of when the dump nea that way.precipitating.til engine'and truck of the passenge train No." 4 down the incline. Fin man Stevenson' wai instantly killed HasBengers in. the several coache sustained no injuries beyond a sligh fctiaking An electrical storm an' heavy rainn which continued wit] great violence the entire night ar supposed to have softened the roat :bed at that point. Fireman Stevenson WHS 2S year of ;ind leaves a wife to mourn untimely, end. PRISONERS PLACED IN THE NEW JAIL Eleven prfwmers from the Mounted Police Barracks here and two from Macleod, were taken put to the pro- vincial jail yesterday, which is sit ed two miles east of the city earing-the barracks with only 18 irfaoners to look after. The jail is modern In all respects and is ine -building. The prisoners will be put to work, cleaning up the grounds of the bnilders'' materials and on beautifying the gro.imdi. DRY SPELL AFFECTS CANNER9 Toronto, July of Canners here have declined to accept orders for shipment of goods or the corning season owing to the lot and dry spell the fall puck Is a mere gamble at the present time. CASTRO LANDS IN VENEZUELA WllHamstadt, Curacao, Vnznelan government, has positive ewa that Capriano Castro the ex- ed president of Venezueln effected landing on 'the Western part of and today has a follow- of one thoiiMDd men. branded they' "would cut the brands out and put liniments on. He then went on and told how his broth- er-in-law had asked him to come to Lethhridgc with him and another In- dian to sell the animal, and how they had succeeded and got from IVIr. l.evellie, of North Ward.' Asked what he did with his share of the money he said that he bad treated himself here to whiskey. The1; police will .investigate this.- R- A. .Smith appeared for. "Bar and'severely cross-examine! the witness, pointing out bow .he shifting the blame from .himself to his; relation, who could not under- stand the English language. It ap- pears that the witness is being held by the Mounted Police for stealing numerous horses. Arthur Lcvellle, son "of the horse dealer in North was the next witness, who told of the horse deal being put through and a hill of sale given. His father was unable Lo ap- he is in Ontario. Dunlop, a friend of Albert White, identified the horse, .as did also James Flatedo. The .case was not continued, as Mr. White, the own- er of the colt, was not present. Bail was refused. The case will be COIIT tinned next week. RECORD PRICE FOR POTATOES Winnipeg; -Man., July 'lave today risen to per bushcL This is tire record price for Winni- tcg. COCHRANE, ONI HAS BAD FIRE Cobalt, Qnt., July last evening destroyed .the Coclirane ho- el, the Northland Printing Office, and two smaller residences in Coc'h The fire started In the hotel owned by O'Reilly and valued at -The Northland o ed by otto Thorning'and the lost ii ALLAY FEVER PAINS AT ONCK Instantly and effectively..' If vnur rirwi not keep them, will mail you a box (IS pow- ders) on receipt of 25 cents. J. L. MATHIIU, Propritfert, _______ f, Q. LIVE STOCK MARKET (Furnished by Rice and Winnipeg, Man., July for the past week .are as follows Cattle 6fi4, calves 201, hogs 1574, sheep 221, as compared with 459 cat- tle, 221 calves, 1073 hogs and 65 sheep for the week before. The past week has seen the most active cattle-market that has been in vogue hero in a long' time. Prices soar ed point t ho last part-, .of last week and the first-two days of' this week that would.-suit the most! san- guine Chipper.. !-Thc. scarcity of well finished cattle felt that the demand .was strong enough to effect a big jump, in values on the common kinds as well. It did, not require much of a..cow to bring 5 cents and the choicest kind sold.read dily at to 6. 'The shipper who was fortunate enough to have a few good steers or heifers as a .top for his load was able to get almost any price asked. But this period of in- flated values is fast disappearing and today's trade, the first few rounds, shows a big tumble from the high time of last week. There was nothing very choice here this'week yet there were numerous sales afc' 6 cents and over. Reports of a ship- ment or so of range cattle has has had the effect of appeasing the pack- ers' appetite and there is strong feeling for a big take-off before. t the middle of next week. To be brief and a warning fair week is'fast ap- proaching, when -many a shipper brings in a few to, pay his fare, and to use the weather man's, phrase, i 'Look out for squalls by the last of next week. We .quote as follows, de- ivered, fed and watered Best butcher steers and heifers............ to 'air to good butcher steers and heifers..... 5.25 lo .J.SO Com r on butcher, steers and heifers............ 4.40 to vl.75 Best fat cows 4.75 to 5.2r Kair to good cows '1.00 to 4.50 3.00 to Best.-Mills 4.pp.lo Common bulls 3.00 to 3150 Hesfc stockcrs and feed- ers 800 to Ibs. 3.75 to Light stockers 3.00 to 3.50 Choice milkers and: sprinzcrs............ -10.00 to 50.70 Common lo medium springers 40.00 to 50.00 The supply of hogs .shows an in- crease of 500 hear] Over the week previous, yet the demand has been yy strong and everything offered found a ready salr. A -noticeable fea- ture was thr light cut the packers were making on thr rough hogs am! BIN HOOD FLOUR ..Made Wheat from the choioMt Itrmt in Saikatctovu. Hilled ii a mill that Ueks nothing to make it HfOctioa. floor that all rood home- wires should use. Tour dealer sells it oa a Boney-back IT I ROBIN HOOD FLOUR Made in Moose Jaw. Our Bread Pleases Particular People Don't you think it will please you Quality and Flavor always the same Phone 1181 and our wagon will call on you f TTL sO'i. D 1 1 he City Bakery Beside the Fire Hall stag's. A few bur.rJies of extra choice hogs sold at J7.35. liut the bulk of the sales were made at N'ot much change is looked for in the next few days. Veal calves steady af ?fi to 56.50 for the choice, medium J5 to 5.50. N'c> sheep here worth mentioning. HONORARY DEGREE FOR NEW ZEALAND PREMIER Irfindon, July ,Unl- versily conferred the honorary D. C. L. degree on Premier Ward, who isk- cd that N'ew Xealnnfl'i tions be ient Hon. Joseph Cham- berlain on his 7Mh birthday MENINGITIS CURE TOLDJOOCTOR Director of Rockefeller In- stite Declares Malady Common and High- ly Fatal New Julv Simon Plexner, director of thbj-; Rockefeller nstitutc for Medical HeEearch, an- nounces in the current..issiic of the Journal oi the Medical Vs sociation that it been discovered .hat cerchro pinal meningitis second ary or the grip is fir rom uncommon and is highlj fatal VI the same time he His of tlie. riitcomc oi experiments cirried on m he institution resulting in the dis cbycry of a cure 'for the jiialady ccrchio spinal men ingitis is In no neins i rare afiec tiprHs being shoun the incieasing number oi reports of its occurrence arid which IIIM, trrmmitcd hit says Dr. Flexncr. meningitis if. more frc (jvieiitamong infants-.aud'children than a'muns adulls H somrfnirs follows qn undoubted iiifluciiza. bacillus infcc lipns of the itspnatorj tiacl and sppietimes develops independently oi qtjvio'iis disease ofvtli.it tract. fact oi flic frcquuicv uicL sc verity of meningitis wns impressed on us at..thu Rockefeller in-sti title, and we' undertook the 'ex- perimental of this high U': fatal disease; ..'Dr. Wollslcin was able to show, first, that the injection virulent cultures of bacillus influ- enza into the suhriural space, of se1 era! species of monkeys hy lumbar would act up a severe and form of acute cctcbro- ijvrninjiiti.s (hat. reproduced the pathological effects oh- (lie spontanrnus disease oc- ciu'ringTin liuman beings. J of Ihe inoculations he-, gin apparent about five hours j iftrr the injection, and death "may j rrsult as rarly as. af- 'fr the dc- Ini'Rrt for three or four days. exptu'imrnlal production of an meningitis was regarded merely1 as prtliminary to the at'lempl Mm rmirsp of flip, infcc- ion by means of .the localu applfca- :ion nf, a therapeutic" agent. An cfTi- eirnt. one for' Uie experihiental -mfec- ion has been found in an immune in the gont .hy the continued, repeated injection of virulent cultures of hiicillus ii.nucn7.a It has been, found possible tu res- cut, monlxoj b leguluh uom Hie lat il effects of thti "siibdural inoculation of cultures of the bacillus through daily injection, hy means oi lumbar, puncture, of the immune scr urn .for three or, four davs. Serum injections produce an arrest of thu multiplication of the bacilli aiiil brinj; ibont i UIL ph uhich s connected the cessation 'of the emi gration of leukocytes and a consi: qucnt clearing of the cerebro-suiual fluid, 'Jn view oi the severe conditions surrounding meningitis m human beings, it would seem desir- able to apply the serum to the treat- ment of the spontaneous disease. Ii this should be then -every ef- fort should be.directed" to'the making oi Ihe, hiictt di ignosis at the rliest, possible moment and the em- ployment oi.a serum..that 1ms been prepared virulent influenza bacil- ind that "-shows a Iiip.li degree of opsonic value. The manner in which scrum should be in hu nan beings -is indicated-by the man- ner in which (he serum for epidemic meningitis-has COIKC to be applied KUC cessfnllr 'The testing of ihp aiiti-intlucnxal will'he "confined, for the pres- ent, to a in winch its ef- fects can be careful I v observed and conlrollrd betoip is offered for n ore use LOCALifi UtjGET the Mnson Land Co TI fate flus a Mi Maj tortssy tornuou to afler his many hue! .less Ralph Shearer Sheai PI w 10 has uhrfige of Ute Prosbj te" nn Missions in' Southern Alherti lett this ifternoeT Ins future home 'iir Galgrfi'yl has jiist fin- ished writing "upon -Standard VII. c: animations Ciiis. Neidig left on this after noon's train for CmibroqX and other points on the' Crows line to ad- vertise flight In the Curtis bl- J. H; Jopllng of. Palisade, is In the, city.- He reports crops Iiv Hie south country looking, Jine. MRS. ARCHAMBAULT DEAD Montieal Tub Horace Ar chambault, wife of-Judge.. Archani- bault, is dead at the age.of 50 years. TRANSFERRED TO LETHBRIDGE Constables Taylor and O'Callaghan of the 11. N.-W. M. Police stationed at have been transferred 'to Leihbridge. BUYS THE SANITARY CAFE K. B. Piilterson.-manager of the Ar- cade pool "and billiard parlori.' air nomices that he ha is bought, out the interest of B. Browcr in'the Sani- tary Cafe, and will run the restaurant f.uture on a strictly -business basis. The original chef of the cafe v.'MI re turn and a hiKli class cuisine will be assured' to the public. Mr. Pallet-son says tint in regard to the debts' left by GsTris and Grn.ii by .they-will all set- lied nud 'no further trouble will bb occasioned. WILL IMPROVE ROAD Taber. July a result of the visit of. John Stocks, deputy minister of public works to Tater considerable improvement will bo made on the grade leading to the McLean bridge at the river, which will greatly' facilitate travel on the hill. BIG UFT TO HOME RULE London, July Redmond has received a cahie from New'Zea- land'stating that Ho contribution to Home Rule Fund -will probably pounds. GETS A CONTRACT Taber, July McArthur, whose headquarters for irrigation work in tlie south are at Taber, has t is understood, received a contract for the construction of 70 mi leu of the Alberta Central Railway, west of Red Deer. BOILER EXPLODED AND TWELVE MEN KILLED Hufins, Kpuinania, July an attempt was being marto to refloat the' stranded steamer, Queensborongh day, the .boiler exploded, killing 12: persons and wounding four others. BARGAINS! The. Bit, Slaughter Salt! of Clothing and frtens' Furnishings st Ltthbrldjlc Clothlnn store l> still on In full (wjng. Ont .1 will the Two. convinced.' i! I The Lethbridge Clothing Store tAM St. jloutlj (113 Clyn II.) Across PtrKneir C.f.R, PtpM.