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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -Jniic W12 Tin: MURIDGE DAILY HERALD THE GREATEST SUIT SALE WE EVER HELD 15.00 REGULAR Just See These Clothes, Below Wholesale Price. We insure a Perfect Fit, no Suits can be made Better. All 1912 Models, all sizes from 34 to 44. Elegant New Spring and Summer Suits in Fine Worsteds and West of England Tweeds, in blue, greys, tan, green and browns. All Hand Tailored Suits you cannot match at 365 Suits to choose from. See Our Windows. We carry every article a man or boy wears at a saving of One-Third. MACLEOD BROTHERS, THE GREAT CLOTHIERS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA JUST DROPPED OUT OF SIGHT ONE OF THE MANY UNREPORTED TRAGEDIES OF THE OCEAN Berlin, June of the tmre- tragedies of the sea has i.'flir.-3 ID notice iu the mysterious dis- of the Hamburg-Trans- atlantic freighter.- Mount Oswald. The steamer; left on Feb- ruary with a heavy cargo.of Anio "ican merchandise, aud was due in "Hamburg., the first, weak in March. ..She has never been heard of since Cher departure from Baltimore. Weeks elapsed before the owners tcould.'be persuaded that she was lost, but a j'ew clays ago (he .consignees of the cargo were officially informed that .ihe Insurance'Companies, which wers responsible for amounts aggregating wen; now ready to pay the aofai'diie; on the policies. Where and liow the Mouiit Oswald disappeared- is a" She was. a -firsirclass cnrgo boat, of H.OOO to li.OOO tons, and carried a crew of -10 or 50 men. BOB FLEMING MAY HAVE TROUBLE THE TORONTO STREET RAILWA TREATS MEN VERY DIS- RESPECTFULLY Toronto, June Hit Toronto grant an interview with llie employ- ees on or before tomorrow mjtfi there is likely .to he trouble, vthi jjr.cstMil agreement with the men ex- pires on the Mtli awl our. has been drawn up wherein the employees 1 demand several concessions, niori money, rearranging of hours, etc This new agreement- was submitted to the management who up In the pres- ent have ignored it. At a special nice tins ihis morning the men's ex- ecutive isKiied an ultimatum giving the company till tomorrow night .t.o say intends-to do. In the event of the company refusing to complj with the request a meeting o Hie men will be' held.oh Sunday night at which it is expected a strike will he declared. KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE Montreal, Quo.. June .lean Lelivre, the four-year-old daugh- ter of Charles Lelivre. a Cragg street shoemaker, was struck and killed by an auto, owned and driven by Mar- tin W. Stuart.' Stuart is a local real testate agent. M.D. TEMPTED TO DETROIT Toronto, June .1. X. 15 Brown, who retired to private prac- tice a short time after six years as superintendent of the Toronto gen- eral hospital, has oeen offered the po- sition of superintendent of the new general hospital at Detroit, at a sal- ary: of- 8 x 1 0 walled tent, 8 oz. duck, com- plete with poles, 10 x 10 walled tent, 8 oz. duck, com- plete with 1 0 x 12 walled tent, 1 0 oz. duck, com- plete with poles, 12x14 walled tent, 1 0 oz. duck, com- plete with poles, 14x16 walled tent, 1 0 oz. duck, comr plete with poles, The Best Hardware House FOSTER CRACKS ATJKEE TRADE FINANCE MINISTER SPOKE AT, ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE: LUNCHEON TODAY London, June Geo. "K. Foster, was a guest jit luncheon to- day of the Royal Colonial Institute at Fishmongers' Hall. The gather- ing included many .-inercaiiitHe ?and commercial iii'ost of the ladles of- the circle. .EiirHGrey- presided, Foster's 'was the only speech. He'spoke''-for half airhoiny outlining the'wonderful rise of (.he Dominion, and the gattier- ing was unmistakably impressed. "Wi miiy have gone wrong, according to Cob-den's theory, but, by George we have got was one of. the- strong points, and another' was: wish somebody would ''bury the word 'emigrant.' When a man leaves 'j tain for Canada he has. ed." Iu an eloquent speech, Mr. -Foster appealed to all to .couibine, to .the end that all parts of the "Bmpire.Vtje brought together. While in the lljct twenty-five years, the Empire has ni lived its said the d's- tingnished Canadian, "shall we lie down and say we are unable to make an organization which shall keep th's Empire GRANUMNEWS SIR WILLIAM IS PLEASED Winnipeg, Ulan., June am pleased with the jirogress of work on the western section of our road, and shall be greatly satisfied if it is completed a year from next Sir AVilliam MacKenssie, president of he Canadian Northern railway thus jiimmarized his Hour of'-inspection; viiich lias'extended to the coast, and ncidentally he remarked the country appeared very prosperous. Asked ibont. the reported sale of the Win- ipog Electric, Sir William said he knew nothing of it. He leaves tonight or the east; TORONTO FAVORS CHURCH UNION .Granuiu, Juue migh have been.the death of little Clark timel arrival of .friends.. It seems -that th -little girl was returning home froi; school and the to'wi pump, a cow a rush at. hei knocking, her was mor scared should, b some way ot these yicioii brutes from running, uround the town Teddy up fo_ trial on Thursday1-f6r breaking'Into the Alberta Meat' Market, lie1 had his preliminary hearing before In spector Tucker. In the meantime li Js out bail. Quite a number ,of people froii Granum went to Macleod on, Fridaj to see -the 'Mla'de strain. The Calgary Milling r'Co.'s elevato is-full up with 'if When 'ar6'the band ]jbys'''gbiiig to 'gel busy 'and Te-brglfni2d the 'ba'tid9 Boyle 'would make a good' ma lor leader. Kearn Greer is shipping bus of this week. Five thousand bushels will go about No. 4' and the rest No. 1. Sir. Oldenberg, an aged gentleman was taken to Calgary -on morning ,by Dr. McMillan to. be put in care of one of the hospital Bob Harman left Saturday for Pen- tieton, B. C., couple.of weeks fishing trip. Rev. C. A. Patterson "of" the Pres- byterian church left last week for a short vu'uauon at the coast "Herb" Howard was in to'wn on Sunday from Frank- Is', .lorkensou is-still threshing around here. Otto .Anderson Turnball went to Calgary on Saturday. Otto drove Dr. Blow's cur'; up, returning by train. John Daly was a business visitor to Calgary on Monday. The United Farmers of Alberta around Daly Creek, Cornforth; etc., are arranging for a big time on the first of July to be held at Frog Cou There will be several good ganjes of baseball. One will be pull- id on" between the women and the men. Toronto, Out., June nembers, officials, and adherents of he city Methodist churches stand ihnost fifteen to one in favor of ar- ia nic union befwoen the 'Presbyter- ail, Methodist and Congregational [lurches in Canada. This is upon the traiglit question of organic amalgam- ation, not, ibitching the matter, of federation. A report, embodying the above facts with probably a recom- mendation1.Cor the union has bean rue pared to be submitted at the annual Methodist Toronto Conference meet-, ing here this.week. The figures also show that the city vole was more fnv orahlo tu union than the country vote. BAD WRECK [N GEORGIA DalKin, Ga., June persons vvrrc Killed and more than fifty u'erw injured when the Weslernnnd A.thii- tic excursion train, running from hoini, to Chattanoogn, wrecked near here this morning. The dead Fireman Holcomh, and an iinlilcnll-'lcil Bcctlon einiiloyee. I Injured are heillR. hronslil here. The cause of vvrttik Is not known. FARMERS WILL WIN OUT YET Western Farmer Loyal to Own Agency Since Pact Was Lost MILLIONS LOST Are you one of .those to whom eyery meal is another source of suffering Na-Dru-Co DyspeptiaTablctt will help your disordered stomach lo digest any reasonable- meals, and vill scon restore it to-such perfect con- dition that you'll never feel that you have a .stomach. one after, each ineal, SOc.- .at your; Druggist's. Made by (he National Drug and Chemical Co.t of .Canada, Limited. 150 Sec. MacKenzie Says No Wonder Farmers Are Annoyed Winnipeg, to the press, R. MacKenzie, secretary the .Manitoba Graiii Growers Exchange, says: "After Fort.William rates on bulk grain "was applied to Minneapolis and Duluth for home consumption., in MinneEipolis grain dealers came 'to the Winnipeg: market t.o bid for car lots. A representative of one 6E the leading elevator, companies there offered to make contracts for all the No. 0 and feed wheat that could he delivered liiin' iii Slinneap- olis, before the low freight rates ex- pired and at Hie end'of May. Other dealers were bidding for car lots of sample grain that could be delivered at Mhiueaiiolis identitj' "The Minneapolis dealers were pay- ing the Winnipeg market price plus 25 cents "per bushel. Duty on feed wheat amounted lo a duty'of -15 per I cent., yet. their presence on the Win-' nipeg market had the1, effect of rais- ing the price of our feed wheat. What would have been tile result had Uie duty 'been removed? "On October 21, 1011, the price of No, 1 Northern 'wheat ihstore at Fort "William, was cents and feed wheat cents, a spread of cents. No crop begin :o come forward for inspection than it became apparent that the market for low grade wheat in Canada and Great, Britain was not large enough to absorb the quantity coming' for- ward with the result that the' spread between NO. 1 Northern ami foed to- ward the end. of December was -10 cents which was included by the mid- dle of March to -15 cents. On October 1st feed wheat was cents in store at Fort William. The price de- mrted the middle of December to 53, cents and pic 17th of -March; 52 cents. the Minneapolis buyers came to .he market the price of .this grade jegan 10 gradually increase until about Hie middle of May It reach-ad 00 cents per bushel. Farmer'i Move Significant "The part the organized farmers took in securing a market for grain particularly low significant. The Groin Growers Import Company in November began inquiries for mar- kets in Europe for this class of grain a large nniinrlty of low grade, 'aiid during December nnd The early part of January succeeded in selling wheat. No sooner did tlioy commence sell- Uie feed and number six 'wlitiat for export than the spread'between low grade wheat and -No. 1 Nor- thern began 10 lessen ami the priue of frozen wheat began to improve'. The price of-feed and re speetively, the latter -part of Decem- ber' being 53 and 57 cents. This in- creased a month later to 58 and 63 cents. For some reason that need not be explained here, the. Gi-aiu Growers. Export Company ceased to cffer grain In'Europe after .the mid- dle of January with the result that the price of feed wheat was down to 52 cents in the middle-of March.-anil the downward tendency only ceased when -the Minneapolis dealers came to Winnipeg markets. Denmark is Great Buyer The co-operators of Denmark .are great buyers of feed ;'stuffs grain, grb'weis for the first time got in touch with haying sold them some four hundred bushels of feed wheat .in December'-and Janu- ary. This is a market :that; had not heeu opened previously -.for. western feed stuffs, .though not very largo may in future be valuable to the 'west-era grain growers. Tho prominent part the farmer's organization took iii securing a mar ket for .this year's crop is very afgm ficant. While in the'of flee oC sideut one day shortlj after the op- ening of navigation, he was busy signing hills of exchange, for .large amounts of grain exported to the con- tinent of Europe In fifteen minutes] he signed bills of exchange on Am-' sterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp and Liv, ci'popl. See a Revolution If the Western grain growers-con- tinue to give loyal''Support to -their own agency they :Will soon 'affect a1 revolution in the Canadian grain, trade, not only'opening up a trade; with the importing counties of Eu- rope, but will compel .the1- opening of the market to the south of lis whtclr now clamoring for our giain No wonder the western farmers-are .dis-' appointed at 'the defeat o? the recipro- city agreement, that would have giv- en them a market tit their doors for low grade grain instead of compell- ing them to peddle grain all over rope after paying -the carrying charg- es for thousands of'.miles. The, at- tempt to send grain south aftertpay- ing the duty developed a very strange' anomoly. Farmers could not secure cars to ship grain lo Minneapolis, while the railroads 'would accept Shipments .for export three thousand miles away in face of the car shortage that was paralyzing the Canadian REMEMBERED THE DEPARTED ONES ODDFELLOWS AT BOW ISLAND HELD IMPRESSIVE DECORA. TION SERVICE How Wand, June 12. All ate pleased to sec W. S. Donnelly around again, alter Ins recent illness. J. Uasley, who successfully under- went an operation [or appendicitis, in the Medicine Hat Hospital, has returned home. Several 'Altorado ilistricfe been in town this week, and report crops doing fine m that part The recently inaugurated af- ternoon mail service is highly appre- ciated by our business men and citi- zens in general. A. E. Ellsworth is able to be out again after her recent, The members of Bow Island Lodse No. 80, I.O.O.F. commemorated their Decoration Day in a fitting manner last cloning. The members of the lodge, together with those oi the Hcbekah Lodge, accompanied by the band, drove to cemetery, jml there held their impressue decpra- tion service. Fust'placing wreaths on the graves of departed hrothers, the members Assembled around f the band, -while the chaplain's prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr. SpeVe. Fol- lowing tlub, the Revs, llerdroan and Wright gave short addresses, both ex- pressing their pleasure at being asked to speak on so impressive am occa- sion, and eulogizing this grand In- ternal oiiitom. The ceremony lias then concluded a selection hy, the band. Bow liland, on Tilts- daj, .June 11, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Olquist, a son. Bow on Tuesday, June H, the infant son of Mr. .and Mrs. Jas. Olquitl. Although the prevailing hot ninds arc not considered good for the crops, farmers in this district report .the grain looking fine, and showing a healthy growth. REGINA OLD-TIMER DEAD tRegina, June MowaL well known "old-timer, died this afternoon of pneumonia, aged 62 years. .Ha came here, thirty-two years, ago. from Ottawa. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. D.C.L., Pretidcnt ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD General Manager Astiitant General Mnatcr CAPITAL, REST, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Cinadian Bink of Commerce, bjr of its largi number of to every Province of Canada, with direct representation in London, Eng., New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Meiico and St. John's Nfld., with Agents ind Correspondents in every part of the world, is able to otter unsurpassed facilraea to the travelling public, enabling them to obtiin money in the simplest wajr alanjr point on their journey the world over. The Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit lavued by this Bank overcome the annoying difficulties of obtaining fund> abroad, MfXcUUjr In places where Identification is difficult Cheques and Drafts on all the countries of the world, drawn in fraACt, marks, lire, kronen, etc, can be caiheil or pur hased at reasonable rawa, t Lethbridge Branch C, G. K, Notirsc, ;