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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 'J'hiii-wlii.v, November 2, HUl. K LKTUBKIIIGK DAILY IIKKAU) -Served in Court Circles sVc'cio'ck. are an everyday iffa'fr "and ionab'ic circles In Canada and it or then spread lightly with Bovrll, saridwlc'hed and Contains All That Is Good In Beet" BUILD BIG WAREHOU1 IN NORTH LETlRIDGE States. II will he the full dopth o International Harvester lht! ]0tsf anA win pioimhiy imvc i.v, _ jlols fronlago. Co. Buys Eleven Lots -lust llml'llie Iiiieniatton- al Harvester- Co. -Ims! fiiilli ,in -the fu- turt! of city of AlcQe.neglmn, j manager of In all, the building will, he ahou 125 feet square'; and-will Imve 'fou storeys' ami a. full basement. Tin cost will.be over and of .implements' will al wayj'be carried, 'us this district exlentls far north as Cannangny coiiuranyVagonej al-Um, point, this east to the Saskatchewan .bounclaiy af I crnooiT signed Hie papers malting In Grand Forks, B.C., cov- Iliis large implement Yum the owncis lliu southern part of Alberta of, eleven lots in Xorlli tbe south-extern part of Bnt- The site of tin- company is lnfish jlock C, fuciiig Uic track, mul ;i spur track will he put in llus winter to give the 'company every transporta- tion facility. The (leal" 'was through by Co, anil the fig-' (ires arc said to" hn well, up into tlic thousands. do not yet know, the ex- act intention of the company regard- ing the style of'jj'ijlding which will The business done in this agency tills year -wan-ants! the large outlay which will be made "liy the company. In fact, have doiie as large ;i vbl- uinc of business this season as was done in the Calgary agency, and a new agency that is considered record. Work on the itfcw building will be begun in UK- spring just as s conditions (will permit, and lie erected on this property, I -amian effort will he made to have the told the hcad.ollicc that they will erect {l standard building, such as the company has erected in other cities new warehouse ready for the heavier part of Hie The offices of the compiiny will be in- all over. Western" Canada and the] eluded ip building" INVESTIGATE A WHEAT CORNER Washington, Nov. alleged corner on .wheat centred at Chicago and extending Du- lutli, Buffalo a Bit Rim ore, by. which it is estimated GO per cant, "of the country's" wheat sup-ply is controlled, im's under investigation by ng- t-'tiw of the department of justice for some time and 'results may foe pro- to the respective grand juries within a few days. To insure necea- Kiiry, the government it is Hind is about to ask for grand jury lit-Chicago to pro tlie Ar- mour 'Grain1 Co., of that city, through Gifts that Last To get forks, knives, spooiii tin'd fancy piiee'a of quality nd -bcauiy for .This brand is known as "'jSiletrftoteOuaWean" Tobuythiswareistofjciihcut- most service and satisfaction 'and the heaviest silver plate. Known for over CO years, i by I.cadJjig Demitrn PRAYING KINDS. _..------3. jycs'lerii Transfer Co., Lid. Freight Shtdi Wi ivnich it is alleged those-who control tile corner operate from' transferring or disposing of any of; its warehouse Sixty-two million iushels of wlieat, it is charged, are 'Deing hold in centres concerimd, but it was impossible to secure .Urn names' of'the people. whom the government believe to be behind the corner.' Chicago, Nov., President George' Jl. 'Mnrcy, of the Armour. Grain Co., WBB shown the AVaahingtoii despatch about the alleged corner, in .whfeat. lie was standing within a few feet of. the trading pit in the Exchange and was "iisily engaged In directing subordin- ates but took lime to read ttj'a tele- gram carefully, and then said with de- liberation, referring -to the alleged corner: is not true; wo to nice, engaged .In the Brain -business, "lit we are not ashamed 'or'afraid o anything we have.rioae and are 'entire ly willing that the facts regarding olll operations should GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Nov. opened US in, closed .98 7-S; Dec. onentsd 04 7-S 3-S; May (old) -opsued 99 i-S, closed 98 i-S; May (how) opened !IS 1-3, clcaed 9S Oats, Nov. open- pd 89 ..1-8, closed 41. 1-4; Dec. opened 3-'-l, cjosed 38 1-1; Jla yoponad -10, closed 41. .Flax, Nov. opened 200, closed '20t; Dec. opehed.'135, closed 185. Cash 99; 2 Nor. 96 a Nor. 92 1-4; 4 Nor. S4; S Nor. 77; 6'Nor. 70 ]'4j. F'ied 05 1-2.' Oats, 2 (J. W. 10; 3 C. W. 3S; Extra-No. 1 Feed 37 H; 2-Feed 36. llarlay, Re- Jejt'od 55 1-2; Food-.51. American'-Markets qpened 105, clos- ed 105 3-8; May opened 1.09 1-2, closed IU7 5-8; July opened 112 1-2, closed 110 7-8.'- 'opened 9fi 1-8, closed 95 3'8; May opened'101.1-2, closed lot 1-2; July opened 95, closed 95 3-81 INDIAN SUMMER. November comes like dame distressed With brow all nfrown, ,Ilcr lips i }nd close con priswd Her- long hair tumMing down. And'now .she's listless, calm btill 'And forces back her tears And now she. moans and raves intil 'lilie conquering w.intcr iiears 'Tis llicn she wilb tender -liewitches Ajitlunn days, Anil glides, away, with siinny'face, Left veiled jn purple haze. 11 inccsci Dt M ine Pnlmec Hostesses tomorrow T. F. Kirkjiain anil Mrs. Stan- ley KlrK'ham Mrs. A.'E. Ives will receive to- morrow afternoon; 1 Mrs. J. W. Bawdcn will receive to- morrow iiflenioyn. rrhe Mission Hand of Knox church will meet tomorrow (Friday) after- noon Miss Ifardy, of the local teaching ichool, Is typhoid fever Mn> I rank 1 of Sirdar B C., uho Ins focui i guest with Mrs T. f Kiikhan left for home this afternoon ,rs C C Alrs.'R. P. Anderson, who hits spent the past nij weeks In High Hlver, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Is In the city on hvjr way tu 'iiw'.lioirie In New Dayton, and Is the gUMt'of.Mrs: G. B. Fleming for a few nays. f Ihuc nn tuctptioiittlly large allcndancu at the meeting of the UrniL Mission irj society of Knox cliurch last evening. Mrs. McKillop 11111 the program had- been: :arranged by Miss McKay. ftoynl C'olleries, gave- an intcicsting tilk on liis 'work at the mission 'in 'that place. of the meeting last the surving of refresh- ments In SIii Cmg Miss McK.ii) Miss Harrison, Miss 5.'.- Neille and Miss nuchaiuu The Ladies' Aid met yes tei-ilay afternoon with a very goo attendance. Jt was a matter of sii cere rcgrtl, 1o tilt society, that th president, Mrs. C. C. Cragg, f0und i necessary to resign, owing to i lieaiih. Mrs. Livingstone elected pre sident Mrs [lick first Mrs.-Nceland, second vice-presidenl ind Alls K lake secrctiry-lreasurer Ihe ladies decided to hold a lyazaa oil 29th, ah( lie) jou to that date Those Intereited in the.work of th Zenana Bible and Uedlcil' Mission in India and particularly in the suppoi of the bbrldge Bed In the Naslk noapltal, are reminded that more mon ej is needed to make up the necessary Crnug has l< ronlo sin will foi jhoul rltts dollars for 1012 The work is three weeks iniost comm'andabie and it would sure ly be a pity to have this excellen Mrs I C lerrllKlhlitecnth lack of interest south receive tomorrow after iou lra to Contribute your mite, and surely all can do that, kind M-rs Fred Hick will receive tomor "ltc or the treasurer w afternoon foi the first time this M's T P Ashmead street season. Her. mother Mrs. Wright of pllone 401' or. the.secretary, Mrs. Wm i'elleville, will receive with her. -Mrs. J. H.. Wallace is the guest of ler daughter, Mrs. A. M. Grace, of Medicine Hat. .Mrs. William Stafford, Westminster toad, Jias as her guest Mrs< Benjamin tussell (nee Stafford) of Calgary. 4 Mr. arid' Airs. Otenister have relurni from a short vacation spent In Saskatchewan. Miss Helen Galvm returned jester ay from Pmcher OiU she pent the past week, the. guest of Irs. R Morgan The riower Mission mil usil the I alt Hospital tomorrow altcrnoon at i Dysarl .45, when of flowers will .be talc-full} Mr. Howe and daughter, of Crow s 'est, guests Ir. and Mrs K-M Huff with ingram; 1238 .Dufferin street, phone 470.'-Pleas'a act promptly In assisting i this .laudable undertaking Tlie Misses Link entertained at uniqiu nnsiucrade paitj hist evening in courtesy .to thcir; house guest Miss-McLcllnh'. at Scotland. Pretty Hallowe'en decorations were .carried out in the drawing rooms, where game.s of different kinds were much enjoyed. A delicious nusnii was served I midnight nftei winch -i pleasant tin- ms spent in dancing. The priz- es, Tor (lif. best costumes were won i Vlisi 1 ois and Mr. Kred I Rosii Included m the guest list were the Misses Mackenzie Deiseth, Galvin, Crpnkhite, Niinmons, Dora Nimmoas, Laffcrty, Uonnell, and Messrs. Rose, Morris, Spencer, K. J. Mackenzie, Mackenzie, Dunn and Long. PONY EXPRESS f COMPANY 40t 8th Street BRAVING BAOGAGE COAL DELIVERED C. O. D. SCHOOL TEACHER'S CHILD BURNED-fO DEATH Fort .William, Nov. -2.-J-John, the little four-yelir-old son of .1. II. Mard- cor, iirlnclpal of Ogilen strest school, was burned, fo death In tlie'banemcnt his father's rcairtcncc yesterday during the absence of his mother, nnil his 'little sister also terribly nurncd at the same time. Mr. Claude McMullen was a guest or a short time hib parents and Mrs.. J. R. McMullen, of the Icster Apartments, Calgary, Mrs. A. E% Dodman, .1260 Sixth vo., S., will receive tomorrow for ic first time since coming to I eth Mrs. Morspqol, 1203 Sixth Avc.., S., entertained the mothers at .5. pu- pils' piino irciUl on if ternoon studj ol w en, Octohcr 22nd being the centennial of the birth of this famous compos- The Sons-of England will open 'tile season uilh a dine on vcmlici Sth in the Oddfellows Hill ind MTids, of 1 npjl md USED CITY LABOR FOR OWN PURPOSES C. 8. Donaldson Unearths Methods Employed by City AJcssrs. C, S. Donaldson, Baxter and all Jocal men, have a coal ease the river bottom, north of the C. P. R. 'bridgo side of Jhe river and they have been investigating that cbnl was being taken from their prop-arty by city officials, who used citv men and teams for the and friends of the society arc.cordial ly invited. Their .Royal Highnesses ,1110 Mr Donaldson told the Herald this thai in issisUnt foreman the streets, had confessed that lie had taken city men who had been dowii to tlio river bottom by Sify Duke Seaman to'ciit brush, to dig an attended Hie Hunt. Hub meet in fit- ;get it ,or Mm< been lawii on have sigiu- there ahead of him md taken the lied (heir intention of paying a ill imonds awly The man's nd- visit in thi, eirlv [utnre lfl the citiu however uroves that his tenllpns were to use the coal and that to. get It out mid hauled away ho irnr using'city labor and teams aftho ex- pense o( the-city. Mr. .Donaldson had Intended prose- cjlting the parties, but as ho has been promised Ihnt the man. will be dls- of Toronto. Hamilton and Montreal. Flavouring HOLBROOXS GENUINE WORCESTFJUHIltE SAUCE Btmply Imported Absolutely 11 missed he dftl 'not do. so. CARRICK'S PARTNER NAMED CANDIDATE Port; Arthur, Nov. Hogarth was nelcclcd as Conservallre candi- date for tho legislature by Port Arthur Conservatives. Ills partner In real estate business J. J. Carrlck, who from the legislature to accept He nomlnatlou for Dominion Hudson's Bay Co. OUR. WEEK-END SALE On Friday and Saturday of this week The Bay will be the centre of unusual activity. Two days of busy selling at prices which are possible only to those buy- ing as we do in tremendous quantities Overcoats will be reduced 20 Our offering of Men's, Youths' and Boys' Over- coats for Friday and Saturday will be the biggest thing ever attempted. To give 20 per cent, off our regular prices, which are known to be very low consistent with the quality offered, is certainly a great concessionx Sec what this will moan Lo clear saving- of 20 cents in every dollar, and what a range to choose from. All the latest Herringbone Tweeds, grey, dark In-own, an (I fancy mixtures. Heavy Black Beavers and Meltons w i l h or with- out velvet collars: Boys' Thick Reefer Coats. Youths' Long Tweed Overcoats in a great va- riety of styles. s All will bo redncc.d for Friday and Saturday not fail to seize this great opportunity. Save 20 cents on every dollar Girls' Wool Sweaters Children's Comfy Coats Thtre will vurely be torpe rapid selling in the Sweater Dept. GIRLS' HEAVY WOOL SWEATER in the popu- lar pineapple stitch; made to button on shout der; the most comfortable and efficient style. Cardinal and navy in all sizes for girls of from G to 10 years. You would consider these sweaters real pood val- ue at 00, but for Fiiday and Saturday ue cut the price down ror rapid selling to WHITE BEARSKIN and Knitted Coats in a bout of most captivating styles foi little tots, are offered for your consideration. Materials are; of the best- quality obtainable and the workmanship of unquestionable reliability. The sizes .are for little ones of from 2 tp 6 years. Our regular prices for these coats were up tp but -we offer you a savins of bO flj on each coat Tor Friday end Saturday 9 Stylish Satin Roumaine Underskirts The attraction of all will be those Satin Rouniaine Underskirts at As you know! we fortunate enough secure.! manufacturer's stock of thews, ao4 they have been selling rapidly at ?3 75, and no wonder, for they were welt worth 18 00, and luue been sold in many places lit this srloe _' They me beautifully made from soft Satin Roumaine, close fitting style, with 10 pleated filll; In lovely pastel shades of great variety With' these we are offering a splendid line of Bilk .Molrette Underskirts in black and colors. On Fndaj and Saturday you may make jour choice of either Silk Ron- 7li mame or Silk Molrette, for I At the Linen Counter Careful housekeepers will linger a while al, the LLnrn Comif or and inspect (he many bargains ot- ic-red there and note the saving Ihe) will effect by taking this opportunity of stocking up cmp-j ty shelves. HEAVY TURKISH pure long sin- pic colton, hemmed, stitched or tifnged; 18 22 1113 Pel IMir MARCELLA BED honvy qiw- lity in good designs, full double bud tf 9R size, 7b 86 infc, loi ALSO AN EXCEPTIO_NAL OFFER OF WRAP- PERETTES in every possible shade and color; fancy stripes and spots; n great variety and ex- cellent quality. For Friday and Sat- urdav's aellinjf, onlv, per Toilet Soaps at prices that will tave many Women's BOOTS SHOES Of llijrli Quality Only At Prices that 3peedy Clearance t WOMEN'S BOX CALF ViCI BLUCHERS that were regular Reduced for Frl. and Sat to WOMEN'S VICI BUTTON OR BLUCHER, very smart s for smart wear, VELEUR BLUCHERS with plain toe and Cuban heel, a nifty lit- tle These.two lines were but Friday and Saturday will .find them priced at "Baby's reg. line......S cakes in "Silk reg. 40c .......3 cakes in reg. 4oc ..........3 cakes in rug, 35c ........3 in "White reg. 30c .....3 cakes Two o( Hurt's Fiiiuoim Models WOMEN'S VICI Kulosht'd kid top, patent' Up, stnart heel, medium substance sole; .very PATENT GOLOSH ED BLUCHERS, Wd .lef, mej ilium toe and heel; very foV