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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH3BRTDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, Mai^cli 31,11)11. -PI} a { r Ji Y? //� Fb� or? or Both, Have a Look at "The Crosby Shoe Store" Window This is ilu> |>ro])ositioii and your opporMmity. K�\i>iiinuig Saturday, April 1, auyono hinklnga (3ash pur-* {liiisc of 8:i.(H> or niiir(\ will receive ji cliaiiee lirk(M on a l�oautiful marine painting, 2 x ;5 feoL. ex. firameV' painied in Antwerp. Ileluinni hy iuM)aiilt.' vaI ued at-^Tf*.()()'. No such offer us this has ever beeivniade-. in this eity. There ari' no eonditions. lu) scdienie to deceive. Tin's offer is made to inti'odtic*' the 20th Oeiitury .M(Mi"s I'^ine Shoes, and the "Kelinch".'" a huly's shot>. of wliicdi I ha ve the soh^ agency in lioHibridge. �Tlie'prioe of tht'se shoes a i-e stamped on the s(des hy the nn-uui.l'ae tn i-(m-s. so that I en'nivot hoost a shoe tO; at some bf'l he, windy sales in this, windy city. ' '" ' On Monday. May Nl. ihc nanu'of the winmvr of t h is painting will he iniblislied in the Herald , with thev nu nilier of w i n n i ng I ickel. ' � KcnuMiilier, ihe winner sici^ ii ahsoluudy free. ,Y on ^IFS.T have shoes'. Buy tbein at (.'rosbiy's ;;8hoe Store dnriiiu' April, and the oihei' (dcxcn months will find you a eust. closed! " '.. '  S8 7-8. . Cash Wfheat: No. I Northern, Lord LansdownC S MotlOn 88 3-4, No. 2 Northern .S6. No. North-J em 83 3-4. No. 4 78 3-4. No. 5 73 1-4,; No. 6 66 1-4, Feed 60. Oats No. 2 C.VV.} S2 1-4, No. 3 C. W. 29 1-4, Extra No. \ \ Feed 30, No. 1 Feed 2n 1-4, No. 2' Feed 27. Barley No. .i 65, No. 4 50.; Flax 1 N. W. 2.34: May 2.38: July 2.30. downe, leiuler of tlie opposiiiun in ihe second chamber, suhmittpd in the .House of Lords last evening the mo- Regarding House of Lords Passed Loudon, .Manii .'n.-Ix)rd Lans- LETHBRIDGE MARKETS There has not "been much change lion'of which he gave nmice on Tuesday, that au address he presented lo In the market the past week. .Meat 'he King asking him lo consent to a advanced a little. Fresh and case ''ill being introduced limiting the eggs both dropped. I prerogatives and powers of the crown , sprjng vvheat_ ' (insofar as they relate to the oreation No 1 Northern ...............,0^, : of peerages, and to the issue of writs No 2 Northern 6'!�^ summon to Lords, spiritual and IVo 3 Northern i leT""T'. attend, sit and vote in jthe House of Lords. In snbmittina Winter Wheat- , 'his motion, Lord Lausdowne briellv .No. 1 Alberta Red ..............outlined the Unionik^ bill for the re-No. 2 Alberta Red ...........hr-l^^^^ ^j^^ of Lords. The re-  constructed upper house itnder this Red No. 3 Alberta Oats, per ton .................. 28.0( OctB, per cwt..................$1.40 Barley .........................45 Flax......................... 1.7.T Rye...........................41 Cattle on the hooi : Steers, pot lb....................05 Cows, per lb...................04I/2 Woga: I 'MARKS INCREASE IN BUSINESS AT THIS PORT OF ENTRY The Cusi.onis House returns for the fiscal year ending .\hirch .U. I'JU, show a marked increase over last year. For the year ending March 19IU, the total Customs duties received at tlie Leihbriiige oflicc totalled S2i;'.i.541.72. while for the fiscal year ending today tlie returns show $3in.-illl.u.'l. an increase of $5ii,IT2.31, or nearly 20 per cent. Last year the monthly returns for March were $2i'>,-!i!i5,'.:!. while tills month they were $:'.2.522.22. This is an increase over March. IHIO, of Jo..'i26.2!' _ or 20 per cent. These figtires show the increasing : importance of Lethbridge as a port :of entry. STRIKE TOMORROW: BACK TO WORK ON MONDAY It is reported iliai all the building trades will 1:0 out on strike tomorrow as a protest against the Builders Kxcbange but there Is a likelihood they will return to work on .Monday. RECEIPTS SHOW A BIG INCREASE i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ A -A ^ ^- ^ ^ . .  ! UNION MINERS " ^  AT DUPJEN'S MINE ^-4, Thos. Longworth, secretary of local'2589. V. M. W. of A;., 1^ wrttoB ^e Herald siaying that the miners m Dupen's mine '. are well organized, as all the �  men liut two are mem'bers of ! th* iiriiort. He says that thef  Herald was misinformed when  It said thcother day that the  miners at this mine were not  well,p�{g�n^^d. PERIB COUNTESS LONYAY Second Daughter of the Late King of Belgium is seriously III. bill, he said, would consist partly of peers possessing cerlaiSi c[iial(Jica!ions who would also be a nominated element and an element elected nutside the second chamber thro igh tuachin-ery which would he in direct relation to the public opinion. Lord Morley. the sovernment lead- Dressed, per-Ib.............10 to .12|er in the absence of Karl Crewe, an- Llve, per cwi.............7.00 to T.soiuounced that the government regard- Sheap: [ed the course taken hy Lord Lnns- Llve, per cwt............ 4.50 S.ooidowne as entirely Justifiable, and iJreMed, p^r cwt.........12.00 la.OOJwould offer no opposition to the ad- l-'oultry: Uaew live ...............0.15 0.16 �I'urKeys.........................25 cnicttcna........................20 I rowl .....................iS JJUCKB ..........................20 ueese per lb..... Butter and eggs: Ualry butter ...........0.26 0..30 dress to His Majesty, but he added, it must be understood that in assenting to the proposal, the government did not pledge Itself in any way in regard to any future advise which tiiey might feel, it necessary to offer thi' Qj^ j Sovereign when the time comes. Lord 'Lansdowne's motion was then agreed to. GET WORK ON FAIR BUILDING Creamery butter ........0.30 0.35 Eggs, fresh.................... .35 ^'egetables: | Potatoes, per cwt.........\ '5 10 1.25 | Potatoes, per ton-.......34.00 to 45.uO' jieetB, per lb.'.................. '0.'! | Carrots, per lb................. 0.3 U ! Cauliflower, per dozen .... l.oO 2.00 ; �rurnips, per lb.................01 (�abbage, per lb.................03 Vs ; Tomatoes, per'case ........:i.75 to 5.fin Onions, per \b.................04 Vb celery, per Ih..................OSVj I'arsnlps, per lb..................0." ' Eggs, fresh .................%. . .35 : Keed: ' " Hay- .,.,�'� Cultivated hay. In bulk 20.00 22.0( L5.00; 22.00 i Prairie, baled ..........14.50 Tiiiiothy',.baled ........20.00 Feed- .v,j' I Bran, per cwt................. l.3 O.v.'ord is. umloubted-ly the favorlie everyone agrei s thai Cambridge look a belter crew on the water. There has been no change in either boat slnct' the shift in ihe darK blue crew necesfary from the retirement of C. A. ijladsionc by medical orders. Wartin ............... 12.00 to 22.00 Asthma Catarrh WHOOPING COUCH CROUP BHONCnmS COUCVH3 COLD3 CSTAaLISHRD ItTt A Dimple. Bftf^ nr-l rtTertivp treatment tor hron-rl.ial tioi.ljlcn, w.ihouL .Joskik the Btomach wilh (Jrutfj. Uw] with fiuocemi f'j.-_thirty Tears. The air remlerod pcrontily antiBeptfc, Inrplred wiUi (very brcnlh. makes brcatbinxcafiy, Louthca tb� Boro throat, and Hop* Ihe coogh, ftEBurlnc restrul niKhta. Crowlene is invahiablo to tnothera with yt^one chiidren and a boon to auittrera from Asthma. Bend ua p-^tstal for deacriptivo boolilct. ALL DRUGGISTS Tr> Cresol'-na Anti-�eptic Throat Tabbts for the Irritated throat They are aimple, cf-feetira and nntiaeptie. Of your druggist or fromua. 10c in stamps. Vapo Cntilini Go. I.ai' the Ag-nculiiira! .'-Society nu-t \csterdav af-lerniKui in Mavtir .\ilanis' olTicn to coii.sider in.it ters pprtaiiiing to the let tint; tpi the contract for the main fXhibit Kiii liiiildin,!f. President Kck-storiii v. as iml present, hciiiK ni Kd-lutiutiui in connection with cxhihit.s inr ilic exhibUion, and nolhinR olli-(.lal H,is (lone l(owp\pr. it was de-cideil llial ill view oi tlic action of the city council in guaraiiteeina; the iiiiincN lor the main hall, that the ciuitract .sli'iuid lie let a.s simii as pns-sil.le 'I'lie teiidei'.'n fur tins buildiiiu a.s alrcailt .siibni 11'cd �cri- ili.scu.s.scil ami th.it fii .Sinitli Kro.s and Wilson tlu' sncci'ssiul liuilder.s at $3.t,-HHi Siijiif or tlie tenders were as iiitli ,is .V'jO.OOO The .iccepteil Ituiilcf iloes not in-cImIc iI.i- ci.St (It ll(.,,rimj; for tlie 111 oiliiii; H\ siiiiie mistake it w.ir, iioi liicludeii ill ihe plans, hut the coriiini I tee lieci'led lluit it was ahs')-luteU essi-iit .al. so Ihis ,j,ir1 of the buiidiiii: uill have tn lie consirlei cil sepiir.ileli II �i!l co.il appro.vi-iiialpl\ SI.on The liiiii'ivi'; Cciiuniliee went out to the (,:r(iuinls ihis .ifteri oon to Uiok oMT tlie silc ol" Ihe main Kill and it is .illotet'ier priili;iii|f liiul Ihe .� 111-Iracf Will lifi oIPk ihI1\ lei is sm n ps Mr Kckstoriii icliiri's fiiun ImIiuoh-loii toii,oir.iw. Ii so, it.e work will be starli-il earlv next week as both llie council and tin- .Agricultural .So-ciely ,ire desirous nf ^el'me; Ihe work started imnied'a lel\ on account of Ihe (ireal arnoiitil o( huildinR to bn done before the grounds can be used fur Ihe exhibi.tion next August. Ottawa, March ^1.-Excluding the; fiscal earning.^ today, cu.sloms receipts! for the Dominion ,show an increase otj twelve and a qp^rter million dollars over \asi year. .4-ast year the cus-| toms receipts auioimied to $t>0.OSl,l'2(l; j this year they' ar^ ^72.:M3,SnS, the in-l crease, being $12,:^0,940. Durin;; the month of .March )a,st year, the receipts xvqre $5,'.l20,y&.9 a^id during the p.resont month $7.44.5j4I4, an increase of $1,-, 4i;4,4S5. DEW'S LIBEL ACTION London, March ?.L-Libel action proceeding was today brought by ex-Inspector Dew against the Lotidon Daily Chronicle, regarding the latter's statement concerning the inspector's professional conduct at Quebec when sent there to arrest Crippeu. The defendants admit publication, the (lues-tion 10 deterinine being the amount of damases. The jury granted Dew �400 damages. MONEY FOR CALGARY PARKS iSpecial to the Tleraldl Calgary, .March :tl.-The parks board at a meeting in the commissioners' office lasi: evenirfg jKissed , .estimates amounting to ^00. Tbese estimaies cover the amount of work wliicli will have to be done this year outside of the $Ht;.000 bylaw^ This is an increase' over last year, owing to a number of changes being made. TcR7*AD0 KILLS SIX .Mobile,. Ala., March ,31-A death ll.st of six and forty injured today sums up result of a tornado that wiped out the town of Gainsvllle, .Monroe county. >; MARCH RECORD 16 aOQD CONCID' [i ERING THE LOCAL 1 CONDITIONS i  � >j The record of buildini; pemits for >l March, 1911, show a marked falHnp; MotT from the 1910 record. In WIO the permits for the month of March totalled $124,020, while this year pertnits were taken out for only $88.-S50, a riecrca.sp of about 30 percent, from last year. The reasons for this decrease arf obvious Two important faotors must he considered, liast year'i partial crop failure resulted In a dppres-.sion in building circles. Then all spring the talk of 'strike artonj! the huildiiii; ^trades has caused many people to hold off from building until the diftereiices between the unions and rvchansp are settled j�i^oap