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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Saturday. May The great Baking Powder of the ecu used in millions of failed v No x Lime Baking Powder Received the highest award at Chicago World's Fair Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM CANADIAN GAZETTE Price Of Food-Trade Dis pules, Industrial Accidents And C.N.R. Line Ottawa, May number ol the Gazette contains additional re- sults of the Inquiry being conducted by the Department as to the price :of commodities and the cost of living, cost of hides, tallows, leather and boots, and the particularly iull fig- ures produced show that the prices o! the commodities were higher in l'JOS-Oy than at any time for the pre- vious twenty years. Compared with prices for the decade IS'JO-W inclusive, the increase was approximately 45 per cent. It is noteworthy that in recent years there has been an exceedingly rapid advance of cow skins and calf skins during the past year, which lias af- fected the price of boots and shoes. Trade Disputes. There were sixteen trade disputes in progress in Canada during April, affecting VIZ firms, and caused a loss of 41M1U working hours. Eight of the uispur.es were terminated by ne- gotiations by the parties concerned, and one by reference to a board of ar- bitration, under the Industrial Dis- putes Act. In the remaining cases the places of the strikers were filled. Industrial Accidents. During April industrial accidents occurred to 4oO individual workmen in Canada, of which (J4 were fatal aivl resulted in serious injury. Kail- ways head the list, with 1C killed and forty injured, and lumbering injuries second, with IB killed and 11 in- row, is quite prominent, being faced with satin, moire, and even velvet. CLAIMS THE. BRITISH CROWN. John Desuelph of Brooklyn, Says He Is Edward's Son. N e w Y ork, M ay oh u 11. Deguelph of Brooklyn, who claims to be a son of the late King Edward .Vli., sent a message to-day to the upper and.- lower, houses ot parlia- Coat of mail sleeves are .coming in for evening ful. gowns, supple und grace- A unique and most effective trim- ming for a gown is made of shirrings of satin over colored satin rattaii. inent and to the people of the, United Kingdom and Ireland, demanding'the British crown. 4- sorrow.; at the'death of the King the writ- er says that he, John George bMward, Hex of Great Britain and "the legitimate -fr- aud lawful issue of -J" i his late majesty, King Edward VII.. and the first princess consort, was unjustly and unlawfully de- 4- prived of his as the first born son of the right- ful. sovereign. "T" V ALEXANDRA ASKS ABOUT U.K. WOMEN Mrs. KooseveH lias. Long Chat with Che Queen Moilier May Uoosevcl't spent-an'hour, or more to-day In the company of the Queen Mother Alex- andra. The conversation between the .two had The Queen Moth- er was especially interested in her visitor's description of the place oc- cupied by women in the United States. Her-'Majesty also Inquired about Mrs. Hoosevelt's trip to the Sudan to meet her husband, and listened with evi- dent pleasure to the experiences relat- ed. GODDARD GIVES STARTLING INFORMATION TO COMMISSION (Continued from front A Cheap Road "About that. Do you know" of "any other, '.in Canada so .cheaply con- asked Bonnet -I.. "Well, tlie grade was very low, but "we had no intention jtt building the road as aid out iby Dr. Waildell. 1 am sure ill. 'James would not: stand for such a road." it would have been vi'fy nferior "Yes, it it had been Raising For Woolf Engineer Coddard suid thai S. B. Woods, ex-deputy attorney-general, Miss Sadie Bristol, B.A., of Van- couver, is visiting with Mrs. P, J. Alexander, Westminster Road. Purses of chamecler Suede are still further suggestive of Rostand's play, because of the rooster erched into the leatne'r. Mrs. J. P.'T. Robins, Mrs.i Serge with a wide thread runn C. Westley and Mrs. E. Perkins leave through it will be popular for the sea ot- il3 froiii Toronto. jured. Ottawa on Main Line. It is definitely established that Ot- [awa is to be on the main route of the Pinchcr Creek News Pineher Crt-i'k, May Auction sales are once more, in order. Jolm Schneider, near Shaiuion's Corner, sells his farm 'stock, machinery and furniture on June '2nd. 11.' Sluckey has a similar sale at his farm, one mile noth of KooU'hay police shack on Wednesday, June IGtli. Parke Southcworih has gone on a visit to Montana. Clarence Weegan, of Glengarry visited the editor of the Echo this week. A. E. Cox is in 'Edmonton, attend- ing the 1.0. P. convention there. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hogau, of Duncan Station, together, with their children, are visiting in town. Mrs. and Miss Wiilock are away in Saskatchewan visiting that province. G. E: Svaville, who relatives in with his wise and family have been visiting at Montreal-Toronto line of 'the Canadian! Late, returned this week. Mrs. Sa- oa the Flyer tonight bound for Que- bec, whence they take their departure on Friday next on the Empress of Britain to sail for England. .Mrs. Kob- side. Large pearl buttons will bei: Northern. The company have for the approval of the Board of Kail- way Commissioners the detailed loca- tion plans for the entering of the city The most filed ville and children will return later. The marriage of Miss Jenet Gil- mour to Mr. Robt. Smith, took place Mr. Roosevelt received a deputation from Uie Britlsli group of the inter parliamentary union. This was com posed of Lord Weardale, T. ij. O'Con nor, Sir Edward Sasoou'and Arthur Cransfiehl, M. p. They presented him with an address setting forth the aims of the union, and the hopes ot the British group for universal peace Mr. Roosevelt, in reply, expressec his sympathies with the cause repre seuted by his visitors. He spoke briefly, as his .throat is still botherin; him somewhat. (Mr. Roosevelt began the day b breakfasting with Sir Kdward Gray foreign secretary. Then with K. Cunningham, Leslie A.'Tarlton of Nai robi, and Seth Bullock, he proceedet to the Zoo. Other visitors, learninc of Mr. Roosevelt's presence, soon thered around, but kept at a respect- ful distance. Several big game hunt- ters, whom the former president met in Africa, joined him at luncheon at Lieutenant-Colonel Lee's. A com- mittee from the Hamilton club of Chi- cago, before whom Mr. Roosevelt will niake'an address in the autumn, paid respects and assured him of the great reception that awaited him in Chicago. Among the afternoon callers were Lorw Avebury, Rudyard Kipling and several members of the House of Com mons. use .in many cases. Ostrich feathers gain' in popularity ins and Mrs. Westley purpose remain-1 as the season advances. The willow Inz a year in the old land. plume is seen, but is riot the favorite i that it was a year ago. Mrs. S. Jlitcheil yesterday re- important aspect of the new plans is the fact that they indicated plainly that Ottawa is to be on the main line from Toronto to Montreal. the sad news of the sudden Turbans made entirely of net, ar- of her mother at Tamworth, Ont. ranged in a series of remarkable folds Sae had just completed swirls, or hoops, are now seen. They to go east and looking forward are decidedly smart, bui vulnerable to a summer spent with her" mother, to dust. asked him if an engineer had not been employed by the Alberla. and Great Waterways Co. within Die last few months under an assumed name. Mi1. Goddard made the somewhat sensa- tional admission that there was. He said the engineer's name was Howler and his assumed name He came here from Kansas City under in- structions from Manager James to do confidential work. "What was "He was laying out terminals and townsltes." Goddard went on to say tHat Howler came here in the end of January, re- maining until April during the "legis- lation session. He lived at the resl- was a frequent visitor at the Water- of Mr. McMillan, on Sixth St. The witness said he did not know whe- ways ottice. He told of how on one occasion-he telephoned to the witness that J. W. Woolf, M. P. P., was corning to this oliice to look over his'esti- mate. Bennett tried to make Coddard ad- mit that Woods had asked him to make the cost appear to Woolf as large as possible, but witness declar- ed he would not do that for anybody. "But was not that the sense of asked Bennett. "Well, 1 was loyal 10 Clarke and naturally wanted to smooth thq.thing- the nearest ihe witness would come to making a direct swer. Astonishing Admission Goddard '-made tlie astonishing ad- ther he had talked with Cornwall. Unnecessarily Scared Goddard very reluctantly admitted that in a conversation with Auditor Seymour of the A. G. W. Co. a short time ago before the latter left on a supposed holiday In which he suggested that the terminal plans be put out of the way. "But i think he was scared explained the witness. He also snid that Row- ler had (juit the employ of the com having quarrelled 'with Waddell. jnission that when Darling, the engin- eer sent here by the Syndicate of the Hoyal Bank to protect the loan to Clarke, arrived the grade ot the road was satisfactory, but Darling made them less costly so. they would be no better than what the s'peciiica tions called, for. Cost a Mile Darling estimated .that the road could be built on these plans for OUO a mile. Uodriard said "Waddell was willing to build the road accord- ing to the plans approved by Darling, but ailirmed that it would never have been built, so cheaply. "But how could the government have prevented such cheap construc- tion if it. was built according to spec- IHcationsT asked Judge Scott. here on Wednesday. Ilev. Father He ti- er, officiated. Chamberlain's Stomach and Livei Tablets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten the breath and create a heal- thy appetite. They promote the flow of gastric juice. Thereby inducing good digestion. Sold by all druggists. T.oe Royal Society of Arts to-day el- ected Mr. Roosevelt a life member. Tne first American member of the soc- iety was Benjamin Franklin. Before leaving the city he had ollices for a few weeks in the .McLean block. He knew Howler had consulted Jas. .McKinnon among others while making his plans. He admitted McKinnon had talked to him in a general way about mak- ing money out townsites along the road but he said he would not have stood for .McKinnoil making any de- iinite proposition. It the terminal plans would be shown the commissioners so 'they could ascertain who owns the property where it is proposed to place the terminals. Fraser Upset Coddard said he remembered hav- ing had a discussion with Mr. Fraser of the Merchants' Bank in the iatter's' otiice in regard to the ?50.00U over- draft when the matter was causing criticism in the legislature. He ad- mitted that iie remained with Fraser two hours and that Fraser pulled the i blinds when they went in, also "Well, Clarke would not have stood jxhat Fraser was "considerably -upset." for it.' He was not aware of these j Goddard affirmed that private matters SORE FEET AND CHAFED HANDS presentation in this city Society appeared in vogue last evening -at the Majestic theatre to pay homage to Madame Harriet B. Labadie, a dramatic artist welcomed and recognized by the. most exclusive literary clubs in America, and who is making an extended tour of the} For her aud from, a large and varied repertoire Madame Labadie selected portions irom Rann Kennedy's inspiring 'Ser- vant in the House." The seven meters were taken in an amazing man-'! ner by Mrs. Labadie and an intimate'. knowledge and individuality was given j 10 each throughout the five acts.. The large audience acknowledged iier exceptional ability by the intense interest it displayed in every number More and more vivid are the yoke effects seen in the new skirts as tlie season advances. Stitching is orite mode of finishing the joining of plaits to the yoke. Church Services St. Augustin's (Anglican) Communion at S.oO a.m. Morning prayer 11 a.m. Sunday school at o p.m. Evening prayer with sermon, at 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion at 11 o'clock service on the first Sun- Magrath, May the dav of day of each month. Rev. J. E. Mur- Two things especially the law of fashion requires this season. One is; the King's funeral a very impressive memorial' service 'was held in the L. D. S. meeting house here. The church was appropriately draped and the ser- vice very impressive. June 1st is a big day [or Magrath. The.splendid new school house, which icosl, in the neighborhood of that the skirt must be short, clearing will be formallv openctl. A s-ood pro- j. _ i O the floor about three inches. The I other is that gowns must be coliaviess. gram has been pa-pared and the may- or has proclaimed a civic holiday. In rellAVright, M.A., jrector. ,JF Church of 'St. Mary (Anglican) North Sunday School at 3 p.m. Choral evensong at 1M p.m. Also on Wednesdays -ind Fridays at !s o'clock. St. Cyprian's (Anglican) Holy Communion at 8.30 a.m. and again at 11 a.m. Sunday school and Adult Bible class at '6 p.m. Public baptism; Rev. W. and the manner in -which everyone departed at the close of the evening. Lethbrid e was honored and favor- ed by Madame Labadie's appearance here if for only the evening. Through IN THE SEWING In hemming tablecloths a double hemstitch above an inch and a half wide hem makes a. very fine finish. The ends must be cur by the thread to make the hem true. With napkins to correspond and finished in the same way, this makes a very fine ta- ble set. if the linen is fine and heavy with a pretty pattern. If the hem- stitch is thought to be too elaborate the so-called French hem at the ends i the afternoon Cardstin plays Ma- grath a game of baseball. A good, i rousing time is expected. "Zam-B.uk" is best for chafed places sore feet, or inflamed patches, caused by Emiion. For babies' sensitive skins it is especially adapted, because it is of inirely herbal composition. Don't apply to the delicate skin of your children, either for cuts, sores or "skin diseases, the crude salves made up from rancid animal oils and fats, with mineral coloring and scented matter to hide their unpleasantness and odor' Remember that whatever gets into the pores, gets into the blood. Stick to nature, and pure natural products. is nature's own healer, and is. therefore, not only superior in .'purity, but also in strength. Cures where other things fail. Use it, also, for piles, festering sores, varicose ulcers, cuts, and every-day injuries. Every home needs it! Had IIR bnn, there would have j were discussed. He was very reti- been something doing around 'the cent." but finally admitted that Fraser Waterways oHice. Bennett declared 'accused him of causing a "bok." Fra- plans had later been changed so aslser told him, he said, that lie had to .seem, even less costly than those j given' out. the information about the prepared by Darling. j discounted note McKinnon having told Jone? Sters In Fraser that Goddard was the man who Goddard said that Engineer Jones j let out the leak. Fraser wanted to went to the waterways otlice and got j know where the leak was in the oflice. from Waddell the information that 'he Bennett' intimated that it was prob- had embodied in his report to the ably .McKinnon who had let out the House, saying that the nnd would! information. The witness admitted cost Jp-JT.UOU'a mile. He said he had that .McKinnon is also out of the city no doubt that Jones was sincere after 1 now. his.talk with Waddell in saying that the road would "a mile. "Is that what happened to JonesV" asked Justice Beck with a smile. "And after The vote was taken at the House. Waddell cut down the plans again, didn't asked Ben- nett. "He was afraid of the snow." Engineering Loyalty "You know that Waddell was ing us "The first duty of any man is to be loyal to his chief: 1 was- not re- sponsible." "Now.' we have'..a- minute book ing you are the secretary of the Can- ada West Construction Company, is at V. McMillen. rector. does very nicely. Turning a half- Uie generosity of Manage? Brown "em neatly and folding back sew snare of the proceeds from the even-! a over-and-over ir.g's unusual treat will be sent his annual gift to ;he Gait hospital. Wesley Church The p-istor, Rev. T. P. Perry, will speak at both services. His morning subject will be "The Norris Blaxall, who has been -work-! welcome and Unwelcome and ing in Cardston for some time, has accepUtl a position in the Palace Meat Market here. .Mae Steel and' Blume! leave to- sA morrow for Utah, where they will be married. They have the best wishes ot the people of the town. A. 0. Rich has moved his real estate office to the Wood block. in the evening "The Christian Race." Knox Church A.. M. Gordon will .preach at .11 a.m. 7.3U p.m. At the evening service the music will be as tollows: Bari- tone solo. "Fear N'ot Ye O by Mr. Fleming. Anthems. Come Unto Me" "Ye'shall dwell in the Land." (Stainer.) CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Westminster. Church W. Jordan -a-ili preach in the morning and the pastor Rev. A. A. Lytle in the even- ing. Sunday school and Bible class in the afternoon. The wheat in this district never looked better at this time- of the year, and prospects are bright for j splendid crops. j Earl Pingree has accepted a posi- Uio. hooweopor In the T.vlor- Co. j Children's mass at High When bearing the whites of eggs! The JMagrath Pharmacy has moved i mnss at 11. Sunday school at 3 p.m. SUGGESTIONS. On Tuesday evening Mrs. R. J.t Gordon will give a tea at her home. 1008 Courtland street, [or tiie benefit or" the Relief Society. Musical tions will be given by Misses Clark! J. Jones of ?.5acieot5; .ind others. jfor any purpose the busy housewife will find it a saving of time and the into their new building on First West St. It is a fine building and T. eggs will be stiffer and nicer in ev-i Conveniently arranged. ery way. if a pinch of salt is added! had the contract, and (before the heating begins. work is very creditable. 1 Another restaurant called very the "The Evening service at The C. T. II.I The Ladies' Aid of Knox Church Are planning to hold a strawberry and ice cream social in the basement of! The careful woman knows one les- has been opt-ned up in son. and that is not leave dress Magrath..-. shields in waists. j Halley's comet was seen in the It' you ffike out a delicate waist wsUTn'sky last Saturday evening by whlch you for rwoia numher of local people. Knox church on the evening of Thurs-j. 'iAy. June 2. months will find that the rubber in the shields has effected some son. j of chemical action on the silk, the re- DALLIN marriage took place yesterday evening in Knox church of John Mich- Wojtanowski. a telegraph operat- or of Hurniis, Alta.. to Muliida Chris- Una ;Dahlin, of Claresholm. Rev. A. M. Gordon was the officiating clergy- DECANE Gns Niedig and wife, also l-Mward and wife, have just returned suit is that it is just as frail as could be and literally tears in the hand. Take a day off and sew short pieces of baby ribbon on to the arm sizes of corresponding pieces arrived .last week from Kngland, and has taken a position in the clothing department of Johnson Bros. Mr. and Mrs C, 1. Wyman expect to leave this week for a visit to North Dakota. all waists and on tlie shields. Then you are fortified to any in- jury to dress waists, for yon can un- ite (he shields whenever the waist is taken off. When tho hair becomes oily and does nor need washing ger five cents' and INDIAN HAIR Always Youthful in Appearance H i? said ilint over saw p meet every first and third Sunday at1 4 p.m. in the basement of the convent. The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday of the month at four o'clock in the convent. St. Andrews North are held in the Bailey street school. Morning service at. Sunday school H.X p.m. Even- ing service at W. W. Bryden. minister. Christian are held in the K. of P. hall Sunday at 11 a.m. Subject. Ancient and Modern Necrom- ancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypno- tism Denounced. Golden text: 'Bless- ed are they that do His command- ments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates Into the city, for without arc dogs, and sorcers, and whoremongers and murderers and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and mrtketh n lie." Auction OF gray-haired No rmuer how old Wanted to See Bennett Bennett asked Goddard if Clarke had not once wanted to see Bennett and he: admitted it. "And that was before I made my little speech in the legis- asked- Bennett. "Yes." "And that I would think it over if 1 was no: too busy at 10 o'clock, i see him in my room at the Al- berta "Yes, but we didn't-meet." "That's right; who suggested that., Clarke meet "I plead guilty to "Wasn't- it his intention to appoint me his solicitor to fix me "Not that I know of.-'lt was simply, to [shoxv you the error of your ways. 1 "I suppose so. .But Mr. Minty has! told Clarke it would a' good' plan generally acted forme." for him to see you." i worth of powdered orris root. marriage of J. A. Kiirtd to Miss A.' x shake loosely through the hair. Oecane. hoth ot Bellevnc. Mr. andi 7ri 'n half an hour brush the hair with Mrs. lludd are spencling thnr honev-- sntf brush, and it will be as moon in jorignt, clean.and fluffy as when first swashed, besides bring delicately per- First Baptist A. pastor, I'nblic worshir> service at U a.m. antf s; s'.ih'ect. "Life on Bible class Sumlav scjiool'at 7.HO, thl an his is blr.ck anil This hecaus I the "Imllan's lif'1 and aciiv habits koer 'he roots of his hair we'! Supplied n.-iinral no cessary to the 5ifo and Instroar- ________ of the hair. Gra.vvhair.is simply an LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION dicaticn'Of. Sack of nourishment at the I _______ roots. The moment ihis nourishmen: Ss supplied where it if. i.- quickly absorbed hy the hair and ir NOTES FROM PARIS SHOPS.j Colored emhroidery on white is one' Uie fads of the season. John Rockefeller would go nroke w !if he should spend his ntire income 'Kimono sleeves remain fashionable try.r., ,u prepare o belter for elaborate ('iis-.T.'horlaii'.'s? Cholera arul Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dyson bowel, com pi a T: IK it is sitnply impossible and sa says every one that i.stO it. SoM all A huge bow at the back is the sole on some of new turbans. this way prevents indefinitely, the rh given. turning One of the most potent or person tc look after S roomed house and take child 21-2 years old, as- Apply nt ono.e. Box remedies for 'gray hai-? is. known ar rity or "y Person ol 4 Norman St.. HAY'S Almost druggists carry in stock or can pro cure in North T.erhbridgc. 141-6 it. It is very effective ir. rest or 'FOR SALE UY choice nray hair to its natural color, being i building lots facing cnst on CuthiV exceptionally rich in vitalizing hai; north of London Road. Also sir nourishment..'' Not a dye, a hair food rnomed house with halls, closets and Philo Hay Specialit.es Co., Newark, N J.. U. S. A. SOLD BY J." O. HJG1NBOTHAM CO. hath room. Enquire E. A. Dewey. Burdett. St. l-ll-" THE ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. St. Courtland 141-6 .To' Be Held on (lie Premises nl 803 LONDON Corner RunlcU St., IHHISC lately occupi- ed by J. W. Turpiri. Consisting in pr.rt of parlor set, dining room tables and chairs, a beautiful china cab- inet, sideboards, buffet and seven or eight, handsome 'nigs of various sizes. Also the contents of four hedrooms, kitchen range, crockery, two kitchen cabinets and a great quantity of articles r.sually kept m a weir ordered house. This is an exceptionally gooc' opportunity of procuring lionsehold fir.-nitisro at a ir.oc! eraie pries. Ralo on Thursday, June 2 At 1.30 p.m. House open for inspection on day of sale from 10 a.m. to noon. YVillimii L. Wilson. Auctioneer can be rented by application to Mrs. Heytens. Stocks Locked Horns He then told how Stocks and Wad- dell locked horns over the first speci- fications. This was the first witness heard of them. He was told after- ward by Waddell that they were the ones- which the road would; be'built on. Up until that date-Coddard ex- plained they had been contemplating the C. N. R. specifications, the ques- tion being if the specifications Stocks and Chalmers were not stiffer than the C. NT. R. The Crow's Nest specifications were printed and had some pencil lines interlined." "Were not the specifications propos- ed by Waddell better than "Oh .yes; in fact we pooh-poohed them; we'never intended to build to them." Goddard said he did not know who Clarke saw when he. went to tlie gav ernmenr buildings but he supposed it was Cross and Woods. Bennett point- ed out that whereas specifications call- ed for tamarack and jack pine ties, spruce and Jack pine have been used in construction. The witness admit- .ted that spruce makes a very poor tie, but he said that Wadde'll Goddard declared the "whitest" man that Clarke is lie ever wished for a man from "heels to head." About the Terminals Bennett got back to the conversa- tion between Fraser and tlie bank. Goddard said. Goddard in Fraser told him that the rumor that' Cross .had hacked the note of .SoO.OOO for. Clarke or was interested in the terminals, was untrue. Fraser said certain pro perties had been bought in the east end but not by Cross, and they were not near the terminals. Bennett ask- ed i.f Clarke was not drawing per year from the railroad company, and from the construction com- pany, and the witness .said he thought so. Goddard said there were four Can- adians and five Americans in the of- fice. Goddard said that he and James in conversation at Winnipeg had said that Or. Waddell had strayed a little in giving his testimony at Krimonton. A Poor Old Chan .lames referred to Waddell as tlie "poor old chap." Goddard snid that Waddel! had suggested that he take a trin south when he was leaving the hospital at Winnipeg. Goddard said but he said that Waddell had wired him from Athabasca Landing tojSt was always the intention of Clarke get permission from the government i as hi? understood it from Waddell that to use them because of tho Dominion the government was to take over the law that in cutting timber for road and operate ii .after it was built, railroads must use the spruce along', .Mr. Biggar then took the'witness in with the tamarack and ja'ck pine as' they clear. Goddard said he went to T. P. see the premier to get the required permission but the premier refused it. He informed Waddell. who told htm tu see Cross. Fie saw Cross. "Mr. Cross told said the witness, "that he would see the premier about it and .if I did not hear from him. I could go ahead and use a percentage of" spruce ties. We did use them but Mr. Clarke kicked like a steer when he learned about it. He would not stand for cheap construction. Tele- Goddard said he knew the G. had used spruce tics last year. He explained that Clarke made n hard light in Ottawa against tlie Dominion law compelling rail- roads to cut spruce timber along with U jack pine and tamarack in making the ties, sion Goddard sairi that if the pcrmis- hatl not been obtained to use spruce from the province the Canad- ian West construction tie contract would have been tied up for the sen- son. It would also have caused a de- lay of a year to deliver the. ties, as they would have had to be shipped in. grams which- he sent me will prove this." Used Assumed Names .When Engineer Cecil Goddarrf re- sumed his testimony .before the KoyalJThe court tlten adjc -med untJl .lune Commission this vnorning. IBennett, 2S Biggar asked a few other -questions to modify the evidence given by God- darri in regard to Cross yesterday. LOGICAL ECZEMA CURE ENDORSED BY-PHYSICIANS For free ImKlc o: IX D. Pro- script ion wrne to Jho IX D. Labrv aiory. Department, Ti. H.. IS St., Toronto. fc P Dr. U. A. Uoherts. of Drlt.ii.__________________ frlls of hi.; success in treating uaMemsl D. D. Prescription: j WINNIPEG MARKETS "There was ;i man sufferins; 'torn for the last, fourteen j wheat opened closed SS 3-1; .nily years, and treatment. rl I aplit-d for the D. 0. D.jopened 1-S. closed 1-4; Oct. opon I also applied it to a man cd 86 closed 86 3-S. applied of West Duluth, Minn., who has been suffering'with.Eczema in his feet, and tho second treatment in both cases- cleared t.iif! skin almost absolutely. The firs' application is a halm, and its soothing effect is beyond expres- sion. I shall never be wit.ho.tit it, and get.hcr." No matter how terribly you sufCe1 from eczema, salt rheum, ringworm will feel instantly soothed L- and tlie itch allayed at once when a few drops of this compound of oil of wintergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc., is applied. The cures all seem to be permanent, and we recommend it un The cash market closed as follows: No. Northern. 88 H-4; No. 2 Northern S6 3-4; No. 3 Northern 84 3-1. No. 2 White Oats 30. No. 3 Hariey 43. Flax 1SS. The 1hc Agricultural to-night at 8 o'clock in the city council.chamber. Fiske'has purchased the A. G. properly at the corner of hesitatingly. Johnston Jackson, Smith and Bompas streets. The pro- pertv, lots 0, 10, 11, Block -17, is improved by a large house at present under lease io .the V'.C.T.U. as a I young Nvomon's nre ;