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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 10, 1912 THE LFTTTBRIDGR PATLY HERALD Regular Auction Sale At J. A. Smlth't Repository, 3rd St, Thursday Next, AT 12 O'CLOCK May 14 Horses and Nules 4 Span muleii, broken, C to 8 years old. I 24 head mares and geldings, all broken; al froni-4 to 8 yoara; weights 1200 to 1500 pounds. I Six saddle horses. I 2 Clydesdale Grade Stallions, ages 4. and fjoars. 1 Clydesdale stallion, broken to harness, raftered, age 4 years. polo hors.eB, 4 and 5 years, and broken. 20 brood-sows; 20 store bogs. Waggons, buggies and harness. Mint sell Jrythlng J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONJR BIG SCHEME TO SECURE POWER Winnipeg, Man., May dcp.u- (ation representing (he Saskatchewan government by Dr. Seymour and A. .1. MacPherson, Ol Uegiua, is in Hie cily ioihiy conferring with three railways anent the project: to divert Hie south .Saskatchewan river and Miua provide power and a water supply for cities of the southern part of that province. At a conference this morning the Grand Trunk Paci- fic was represenlc.l by Guy C. Dunn, the Canadian Northern bv f. .1. I.owe, the Canadian Pacific by A Mead of tlie department, presided TO IMPROVE THE A.JU I. LINE C P. R, Engineers Will go Over System on Special Train to Report on Raising Standard of Road TAMING ELEVATOR_MEN over.liy S. Dwinis, who, It is un- derstood, has been conducting rsimi- j I lar negotiations with the Alberta j government. Tile project is to work j out a joint scheme Imdnicil b) thr goieinircnts and the three rail- HON. WALTER ..SCOTT HANDLED QUESTION IN .SASKATCHE- WAN H. P. Gadsby) Seme Impltitnt people in Saskatch- ewan Raid "government ownership." Hut' Premier Scott' "Go alow. We'll anpolnt a tf luted of .Robert, Maglli, of Dalhouale! can be a .University, N.S.; George langley, M. pany. T P P Maymont, Sask and W Green, lar is all company handled besides o add eight money by policy t is not m competltl already, the rule being that ther mst be as: many share- holders aflll lopresent acres -ure an elevator iMoose Jaw, secretary of. the Saskatch- ewan. Gram Growers' Association. A with, an open mind and. two practical farmers; a chair- man with only a doctrinaires interest 'in the grain business, and two mem- .toers who knew it letter and verse and felt it to the cent. The collect professor was some man His open mind rah the show. "It IE this name are thre elevators touched T ew The 6k DOORS OPENED BY ENGINEER WITNESS AT TITANIC INQUI TELLS.OF OPENING OF WAT- ERTIGHT COMPARTMENTS red bj the com j London, Maj Board u, -he oiganization is popu 'Trade inquiry Into the Titanic d'sas by the fact that there ter was resumed todav. The corrob ndrcd. applications for .oration was given today of the evi i forty-six elevators and bushels of wheat 'grain This year It will leyators and H will save I Ing Its own building The lild elevators where there e.nt storage capacity or already, the rule S. N. Brooks, divisional engineer of he C. P. Hi, arrived this afternoon rom Calgary In'.a private car attaoh- d to the Calgary local. Is ac- ompanled by Qeheral Superintendent 'ord, of the Dominion Express Co, nd, it is their intention to meet. Mr. Grant Hull, assistant lo Vice-Presi- dent Bun, ot Winnipeg, who will ar rive on tha delayed westbound train, and make up a special train to tour the A. It. fc. I., lines. In .conversation with Kngineer Brooks, 'the Herald learned that the chief. object of then- trip ls to inspect the equipment on their lines south of expenditure.In bringing the road bed up to the standard, and vy.hoh the lino from Stirling Is put into operation., there will be an of a good road bed. Aslted Just what tlle.C. P. R. Intend- ed to dp In.the-Lethbridge district i the colonization scheme, which the are now carrying out, Mr. Brooks sal that he was unable to say, but though that It would mean one of the great cst boosts the Lethbridge district hi 01 or, received Tho Lethbi Idge-Wev burn line cuts the heart oi tbe irrl ;ation district, on which (he coloniza -Ion scheme will be carried on, and win no uairieu on, and Lethbridge, with a vleu to arriving at! the volume of traffic from the south machiner college profeisor, Magill, hoisted Into elBvatorB fair dock prominence by his fine liaB SasKaicnewau, wtiom Fren bas made chairman of the Dominion firain Commission. The whole prairie west, says Mugill, is a splendid choice, .-but aaks why, In the name of common sense, -C. C. Castle, the Dominion commissioner at Winnipeg, the only, man with practical exper: lence of the grain trade, is left oft the .hoard while Staples-It put on. But this is by the way. The Saskatchewan "Elevator Com mission held many meetings and beard: many different opinions' from .farmers, and railway men. It did not that the railways owned the elevators, nor that elevator, companies with different names were .really--the, same people, but it found enough to juatifv the conclusion that tbey were all one interest and exerted n joint pressure on prices. When the facts and figures were sifted, neither the farmeis nor the commission were in favor of -government- ownership: for eeveriil leasons These reasons, which were embodied In a report, were al .most prophesies as far as the failure of. the elevators in Manitoba is concerned The commie-, elon reported against government own I ership ot initial elevators chiefly Le mf the government could noi make storage cheaper than the line elevator companies; because the government could not. relieve' the farmer by deal- ing in "street" wheat, that is to sav buying-.the odd wagon load of wheat the farmer; did not. ship out over the loading platforms in car lots, and ten because .the system would be subject 'than ten lo political. Influences. Many other incendia reasons were given, but these were oils part the principal ones -The :h So the government told the grain sta' growers to go ahead and run tbe ele- .avenue "'valors themielyei.. The Saskatchewan started 'Co-operative Elevator Company is tbe ly two child of re- m tbe port The government lenda the com Ing, and pany 86 per cent of the cost of the cated th> and .repayment is. spread ever twenty years at 5 per cent. The .Brain''to a profital company allowed on the W to: do bin the line, w )lns for that purpoie It j turbine engine room, on the night of equipped with cleaning U" disaster, said that at a quarter to cause It could have its' one lie was 'ordered to 'open the eaned' at, tbe termli e co-operative eleva'i nachinery It buvs a plan whereby these lines will be brought up to the standard of the otb- er'lines-in this division. "The steel Is too light on the lines south .to' accommodate the heavy trains, so we are unable to put on the trains to which the people In that part of the. said Mr. Brooks. "The roadbed" also will come in for some, improvenient, and some rather bad grades will be cut out. if possible.' I Mr, Brooks Is of the opinion that I the i ery Urge amount of traffic 01 er the A. R I Iine3 di.rmg the past country through .Lethbridge is bound to be a big factor In the developmeni of tbe city. General Superintendent Ford, of the Dominion Express Co, is making general tour of-the West. He find everything throughout the country t be m the most prosperouj condition and thinks the outlook for this yea is better than ever.' He has no an nouncements to make which will af feet Lethbridge to any material ex tent. The party will return from the south tomorrow morning, after which the> year; which cannot be nd the Old elevator was conducted le idea of buying gram dence of Thomas Dillon, of the en- gineer's staff) that the 'watertight doors were opened by. order ol the en- BraeerBr Scott, who was on duty in Inal ter tieht doors from the engine i a'tor i through to'the stern as well afres it. It provides spec lai biiw he wants the ident ler for him to borrow j monej or -om the bank It weighs ''enable pump. room lit" to the .-----r. At first he opened tbe door .ich farmer's I only about a foot Then the engin ore preserving' eci having telephoned to the blidge, each man's grain, and I tbey threw them open wide eight- months, warrants a fairly large! will leave for-the West. the elevatoi to ng the. basis of a claim I ige out the car, thus iiKcase o Tbe old glviin the weights, i stretch-fid on 1-es. The co-operative elevator i the farmer fair, weight, Lord Mersey remarked This t .ith Thomas Dl rter the worst of It on Ee for was yer a multitude of sins evidence would show that the dooia were opened the forward boiler j room to the stern compartment." The attorney representing the White Star Co, interposed, saving that evi- dence would be called to'show that FLOOD WATERS STILL FLOWING HUNDREDS MORE.'WILL B-E'ADD- BD TO LIST'OF'SOUTHERN "SUFFERERS New Heidi, ilas 10 ters from breaches in the Mississippi levees, that already have carried mis- ery and suffering to of the people ot Louisiana continued to creep southward todav, and now thlb town, w ith it-j rich' mg countrj, Is threatened. Xll.pepple living in this peclal bins, and ic not abandon ttyHJ' hopes Conse- quently State oKi, -clals are, prepwing (or a hard cam moves tbt susplsion of excessive shrinkage! is a faimers' company doing tMiern' business Its ob- ject is mjcreate 'large 'dividends, but to rlp e will immed- parihle mice, th hair hei Get a Danderl toilet ci tonightr pretty a n< trojiime have b you beauty of your hair. w dull, faded, brittle moisten a cloth with carefully draw it Ir, talcing one small The effect is Immed hair will be 'wnvyntid have an uadance; an. incom- soflneifl and Inxilrl- nnd nhimmur of true bottle ot Knowlton'a any drug store or d prove to yourself t your hair is- as it liax Injured by, careless surely' can llr-and .lols of It If NEWSPAPERS WIN CHICAGO STRIK STEREOTYPED' UNION LOSE CHARTgR FOR INSUBORDIN- ATION Chicago, III, May were sold on a number of street corn erj today without a guard the firs time since the beginning of tbe new; paper strike. The zone for distributing o' nemspi pers.bas beon gradually widened -1 the last few days until at present it In eludes nearlj every section of the city Following the action of Preslden James J. of the International Union, In revoking' the charter of tbe for re belling against the hws of the In ternatlonal organization, 'more strlk Ing stereotypes applied to the news papers for relnstahtsinent. the old men have been taken back but it Is reported -that most or thi newspapers have full crews of stereo .typers. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH DPIACE; London, May Speaker of the Portuguese .Chamber Arest Draco, resigned loday, without assigning any reason for bis action. Both Senate and Chamber of Dep- uties have received telegraphic re- qiiests-fTom Oporto for parliamentary action on little tho mustlon al municipal prorogallm. title of Major, and with immediate i and regular cavalry also, from the fo charge of the department of public af- fairs The department of police, san Itatlon and public safety, regarding which there has been much 'llterest, mas assigned to John J Rjidar, an Omaha, newspaper man. C. N R. BUILDING TO MEDICINE HAT Hat, May of way men of the C iV R have pur- chased tbe property necessary to ac comihodate the road's needs here, and speedy construction Is promised. The Ine will connect with Camrose on the north and the Mnryvllle branch on the south, and will connect Medicine Ha with Edmonton, almost as straight .as hjs "crow files WR. MITCHELL'S MEETINGS Hon. C. R. Mitchell, .Minis- o-f Public Works, wlllad- dress a meeting at Noble on Monday night with colm Mackenzie in the Clares- holm riding. i .Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next, week he will speak in the Cardston riding, 4 at Leavitt, Aelna and fclmball. The.order of the meetings will be ces of Villa They arrived about o'clock on Thursday morning and I; mediately attacked the rebels Th flghJ. became more Intense, and Gen eral Rabago arrived and flanked th rebels had with him artillery an machine guns. The light lasted si hours We completely routed the en omj Our losses were seven wounde. and two killed." The communication was here- Inter rupted for a few minutes. "A telegram has just been brough to me from Tracey Auhart at Cuartc Cieuegas, which savs the rebel chiel Sallzar, was completely routed, and I. fleeing In the direction of Sierra Mo- said General Puerta. Couriers from the jdvanco guard arrived ,it this juncture, according to General Puerta, and Informed him llrit the federal outposts were in pos- session of the Mexican Central rail- rood, within-eleven miles of Bef- mejlilo. No communication wa-3 had here from the rebel forces, day, but officers, conceded they met stubborn resistance In the Initial skir- mishing. Today is the first anniversary of the surrender of Juarez to Madero, and equally important developments in Mexican history are to be expected. AN INTERESTING GRAVE How many people know, The Standard ot Empire, that In St. Paul's Cemetery, Is one or the most A moj'O Of lllO.SO left ;il BUCHAN'S i- only while they, Without the Best GROCERIES your cooking cannot be a success, So with the successful cook only the finest Groceries can bring satis- faction WE SELL THAT KIND Successful Cooks are Our Best Patrons FORCE CORN FLAKES CREAM OF WHEAT BREAKFAST 15c 15c lOc 25c PUFFED RICE PUFFED WHEAT BACON IN GLASS 15c 15c 25c 50c OX TONGUE Sliced, per pound OX .TONGUE In Glass OX TONQUE C1 d A In Slats.....9 It IV 3EEF AND TONGUE In Glass, ENGLISH .BRAWN- In Glass LUNCH 60c 60c 60c 40c LAP SAUCE 35c arid C.-4 B. PICKLES 65c 40c 40G BLUE RIBBON TEA JA_ ........4UC GOLDEN TIP TEA .................ouc DINNER HEINZ INDIA. rP.ELISH; CAMPBELL, .VAN CAMP'artd UIBBY SOUPS BOILED HAM BONELESS CHICKEN BONELESS TURkEY HERRINGS, FRESH HERRINGS KIPPERED 15c 35c 45c 45c 15c HERRINGS in Tomato .fauce ROAST MUTTON...... BLUE LABEL CATSUP HEINZ CATSUP MCLAREN'S CHEESE IVY.CREAM WESTON'S FRUIT CAKE, per Ib..... 35C 30c 35c 15c 40c STRAWBERRIES: Per'box Per dozen'..... Per Dozen CAULIFLOWER WEEK-END SPECIALS 25c 25c 40c 25c GREEN ONIONS 5c RHUBARB 4 for 25c Geo. Kerr 5th Street S. Phone 1453 interesting graves in the continent: of America' For there llej buried the remains of the man who captured the capital of the Fed- eral government of: the United'States. Here is tho inscription Here On tbe 21st Sept, 18U, UBS consign- ed to the earth the bodj of MA.IOR-GBN. ROSS, ho, having distinguished himself In II ranks as an officer in Italj, Portugal, Spain and America, was killed at the commencement of in action which resulted .ind flight of the troops of the United States near Baltimore oa the September, A gallant army under his conduct attacked and dlspemed tbe Ameri- cans at Bladensburg, on 24th Aug, 1811, ami on the same dav'victorious- ly entered ashington, the 'capital oj the .United i Staus. "As You Like It" Meats, as you like 'juicy, tnsly. The nioM fastidious will be pleased with our meats and the most economical with our prices. The Lethbridge Meat Market J. Murphy. Proprietor Majestic Theatre Blk. Phone 635 r ;