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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monrtny, November 4, 1912. THE LETirmttDOE DAILY HERALD Pan REFUSE THE JUST A3 DON'T BE IMPOSED ON MADE IN CANADA E.W.G1LLETTCO.LTD TQR ONTO---ONT. Industrial Policy is Being Formulatec i Continued Irom front the Council and the Board of Trad 'must work, togetherto .this Mayor l-Iatch Is not in favor cf boi using neM- industries and giving awa privileges holus-bolus. ITe believe that in the end it will work harm t tiny city', -The plun, therefore, inus li-a to intercut capital along such line of Industry its arc adapted to the cit> and living them hero by some means The flax fibre industry, a meat pack Ing plant, ami'oilier industries, whic cculd find both raw material and a market for the manufactured produc arc the industries wliicl musl'bb induced to locate When injervtewed along Urn s line, Secretary Jlan'vva-rmg ef the Board of expressed a simtlai Somo change is necessary from the present method o Board of Trade. The old plan has (fulfilled its mission, and he 'believes -tlrat, unless the city and the Board of Tj'ade come to some closer under standing as to what the city needs ;to make it grow, another year wil he wasted, just" ut the time when a .Vigorous: follow-up policy should- be used. .-The question now is: "Shall the fut- 'urc" industrial policy of the city he an JBSUQ in the municipal elections' HORRIBLE DEATH SCALDED BY, STEAM AT SAW WITH TRAGIC RECORD Spread Largely in Favor of Track (Continued from front Within the past couple of years, and {'specially since the car shortage problem In Alberta has become sue- a factor of importance to the fanning interests, the matter of track and elevator prices has become a para- mount with tho farmer 'with grain to sell. And. in order tho l arm or as much as possible in detev- day to day, the Herald will in future publish botli track and elevator prices. It. will ba found in compurlni EDITED DY "INO" Off let, t2Jt4 "Well we know not every morrow Can be sail So, forgetting all the sorrow AVe have had, Let us fold awav our fcais ;li all tin Mrs. 0. II. ..Townes, who is con- that, there IB Invariably' u j vhli'sclug Irom un operation, claimed Mrs, J. Emerson Hodgson as hostess. Caiautiticy of feathery golden 'mums' adorned the pretty liomc, where Hodgson received Jier guests, wearing a diilnty gown.pf net mount- ed over pale amber satin. Miss Duncombe was becowhiKly gowned In silk, with jet clubora- spread In favor of the track price. Oi j was performed at fJalti chiffou. course this is only p.atnral, for grain! cmitly, leaves on Wednesday for Oil- 'r-jfe tubl while ;the 'honor guest wuj-e a Thich smart little frock of. peach silk veiled bought Into an elevator must be where the family will in future reside. Mrs. JlcKillop leaves tomorrow to .spend a month in Kdmonton with her daughter, Mrs. .John McCaig. Mr. and Airs. Forrester, of Spar- wood, are moving to the city this week and will take up their residence 011 Tenth St. handling And storage, charges. Hy loading his grain on the cars, the 'nnns-r is in a position to enjoy the .rack price. .This is wherts the car shortage problem comes- In. During he I'all congestion there is always lilliculty in getting' cars, and it is ilso a well known fact that- the rail- vays .prefer giving cars5to the -ele- vators than to the farmer, claiming hat the elevator can load faster than ho farmer, thereby saving "delay in getting the grain moving toward tho ermlnal elev.alors. j H wil! therefore be seen that the; uestion of track and elevator prices as a significant bearing d: nent of grain, for th able to take advantage of th'e. rack pri'ce must be able to get a. car n which to, load grain-after he as soli] It to the truck -buyer. The track price at present is de- er-mined on the November clos-e quot- d Mr. and Mrs. L. Lundy left yester- day afternoon for Medicine Hat, "They will spend the winter. lies of five .hundred were made up, AHs-a McKillop.and Mr. Daw- son winning the pretty favors. After -the game, Qancing way enjoy- ed by the guests, a recherche nii-nu being served at the inidnh'.ht hour. Those bidden included -Misses McOrimmon, Dunne, Hawkey, 1'tison, higinbotham, Downer, McKillop, C'ony- beare and Barnssin, and Messrs. Daw- son, Seaman, McCready, and Dr. Allan. Fisher The post nuptial, reception of Mrs. Hert dimming formerly Miss Irene McLachlan) yesterday afternoon was Mr. White, formerly ,of the office one of the most-delightful social af- _____ ,____ stan of the Let lib mini Hcal-i fairs of the .month. The popular fin" the move-: who'has been east, near the bride, who has a very wide accjuaint- ie% far-liter to of tllc Woods, with a survey ance JT1 Calgary, received nearly one Uie summer months, has.hundred guests during tlie aitemooii. The pretty drawing room was made pn rncd I The engagement is announced in beautiful with a profusion of goldcii here tlic Jiosiuss tawa; of Miss Margaret cxiendpd a cordial welcome, attended youngest daughter of Sir Charles and by her mother, .31 ts.-. Neil McLachlan, I Lady Kitzpatrick, to Mr. Montague of Letlibridsje, and Mrs. Gumming. for the day. At the. nato. eldest son of the late Lieut.-j Mrs. CumminR woru her wcddini; rack price would be the November j Col. H. A. 'Bate and Mrs. 13ate and gown of ivory duchess satin, the loser-for flic next few days at any; grandson oi Sir Henry Bate. Mrs. C. G. Olamler, who was rc-j The innipeg prices on Saturday last, to- ether with the track and elevator here, and the spread ..between latter: Peg Track Spread ice richly trimmed with Brussels lace. Mrs. MuLachlan, v.'hp.spent l.ist win- >icr in Calgary, was looking very contlv operated on at the Gait lioepi- i handsome in a black strip- ed silk gown with an overdress of black ninon in panel effi'ct. Mrs. dim- ming, Sr., was wearing black satin with jet _ Miss Old, of Seattle" the charming guest the hostess, was intro- wore a sweet frock of rose pink satin, in a modified polonaise style, with dainty Dresden trimmings. Miss Edith McLachlan, wearing the freight and commission barges. The latter for Lethbridge rices amounts to 15-cents per bushel, o that with No. 1, 'wheat closing for taL is progressing favorably. 'ovember at the Winnipeg larket, as was the- case Saturday, jir." Harry lieeby. leaves tomorrow ould make the track price at Leth-1 morning to" spend'some time in Cal- rldge for the same grade 72% cents.' gary Saskatoon. mL following table will show the Mrs. Fred Kennv was sufficientiyi recovered from her recent illness" to return home fron: the Van Haarlem hospital today. 47 72% G8 49 67 Gl -57 were 5% .7 willing lo ]my (Special to the Fer'nleV'Nov. of the acci- 'riental death of William T.Iunkwitz, a son of Henry of West- Fernic, was received here late ycster- day William IMunkivitz was master, machinist at thc Harrow's Mill of tl'.e Red Deer Lumber com- pany. The accident happened iin Thursday and -two other men ivrje badly injured at .the same 'ime, by .staldjng steam. Mr. MunliwiU uas not. killed outright, but was, tpKon to tlie Swan Hiver hospital, sixty miles distant, where he died time Friday. ATlie news comes us a most cruel blow to Mrs. Henry Munkwitz and family.- air.-Henry Munkwitx was ac- cidentally killed in the Elk Lumber mill-hero two years ago last Juno, and had once before narrowly escaped" death'by accident, when he was caught by .a large licit and drawn over a large pulley, which stripped every shred of clothing froln hisfaxlv, leaving -him limp with nothing but his shoe.1; upon liis feet. the oliiosl has. in crappy ol i oatl the IMlr and tiio Red Deer companies' for several years, nml like lite father, was a. thorough mechanic in his lino. Mrs. Mvinlnrite is prostrated will, licr now sorrow: The body is being brought to Ferine for interment, and is expectrd on Wednesday. 1 Nor......87% 118 2 Nor......84% 69% 05 2 Nor----.'.83W- (iS% G2 4. Nor......79% 64% 58 5 C Nor....'v.G2V> 2 A. Itecl...8t'i U A. S3 o. ,4 A. lied...79 (i-i Corresponding spreads rce on oats and barley. It will be seen froin the r.bov-e fable lit tlie spreads in the lower grades D wider than in the higher grades. lis be accounted for by the fact at tho ekvators are anxious to get] Miss .Jackson, of the Westminster the'high Grade milling wheat and are 'teaching staff, lips resipneil her pink silk gown and a blade picture hat. with satin1 rose trimmings, iish- Vefed the guests.lo., the lea to mi, '.vflcrc tea was. served by Mrs. H. {Lee, in black satinVfid cl'epe de cheiie I with lace Mrs. T. H. Rev. Joseph and Mrs. Wooilswortii' i'j' VstnlunB costume of will be ut home to the members ot ftln, ,.m Pinn'.crs-, with Rev. A. G. Cameron left today for Macleod to attend a inpl'ting in Macleod Presbytery'. An Unrivalled Display of the Season's Richest Creations The day that dawns clear, cold'and crisp is the day to put on Furs, not the day to have to go down town and buy. them. Yoii will find our Far DeparL- the 2nd Floor prepared .w-itli siicli a gathering of high qual- ity .furs as has never heen, exhibit- ed in any store in the city. Literally filled to overflowing, it, this are fairly -..toppling.- over eacli other, and al- most priceless possessions in rare and carefully selected furs and gar- anents'aro here to please all our pat- rons and meet all the fur ..we show the best arc made'and finished in tlic most fabh- and painstaking manner by expert 'furriers, from ihe sel- ected skins Their are delightfully opportune gifts for Christmas, seasonable, beautiful. 'Every woman loves furs. Don't ..-you know one whose eyes would sparkle with pleasure at sight neckpiece.tmuti or set of rich sable, mink, ermine or chinchilla1? The less expensive furs aie beautiful, too. go to the right store. Our splendid stocks afiorcl opportunity forunost discriminating vaiiety riot approached and val- ues'no'tequalled elsewhere. We cordially invite ousto and compare. BAY CO. rp> cut this icly preU) 5iv' anu uuitn jjijin.uu ninon OVc; -l-l--wgrey ganii'ture of sutih buds, and a black Imt. with feathers. Miss Hilda Seulrier, of tho' bridcBmiiJds .Miss Sadie Mc- and Miss Cumimi and wore their lUiintv itt of agricultnre, Eii gistered: at the Lethbridge is ig, .assisted bridesmaid doEer and will culfr the office of Thb to that offered by the traqk buyers, lu quoting -prices on .the track in Alberta it is the custom of- th-s buyers t.o quote on the basis of points having ii freight rat-a of 25 cents per hun- Mctala, Lid. inn tnM of msc- thi glass vase gone to Medicine Hat last has ht'cn asked to relieve for a cou-' pounds to Fort and the! "n the Merchants Bank, rleralu track prices will be on this basis. These Prices 'will lie those in Jr _ i oi while oh a Battenburi; cen- tre was snrroimtlfti by a wreath of smilax and dclicats luiie, and small vasts of white and pink sweet peas satin ribbon was looped from thc electrolier to the of thc table, -where it was tied in lovers' knots. Miss Kathleen Southard, of Lctli- basis. These prices 'will lie those in v.lln Miss Ka.tlilccn Soulhard, of l.cth- cffcct nt such points as Cardstou, Ma. m 'veekv'ttci her recent BUCSlE.-Calgary sratb, Granum, Olaresholm, etc., where "operation in" the Gall hospital, _ tho frdlght rate is 25 cents on wheat; hnpruviiiR and iloinf as well as' KWII-T consigned to Fort William.- can be expected. Per other stations In the south the At tlie home ol lir. n. McLachlan track nrices may' be found bv taking 1 Thursilay, Oclobor 31st, at high For other stations In the soutn, thc track prices may be found by'taking the price fiuoted, and at 1. Bull's Head, Sev.eri Persons, Whitla, Winnifred, Bow Island and Fred Dazcll, who lives at Mon- arch with lier haslmnd, is a daughter of Mrs. Munkwitz, and three other children nrn at hnnic, llunry, junior, n young sister and ,1 brother. Harrows is tlie name of llic-station where this .lied Doer Lumber company lias a largo saw mill, am) is some (iistanco from the H. Dauphin main line, from which n branch linn runs to thfi in ill. The ni.iny friends oi Mrs. noon, Miss Davidina lliinnrrman, Clarke., formerly of this city and i Edinburgh, .Scotland, was united nou- of C'algarr, will ijc sorry to lo y.r. Richard Swift, ITIIOW that her plilrst dauglilcr. Kcl- Cowley, Alberta. Hc-v. Ur Ilav IJurdett, add to the abov0 pricoB l% lie, died of-diphtheria yusltrrtay ai- the Prcshylorian rhurch cents on wheat, flax and-barley and 1 tcrnoon. The little girl WHS ill in the tied the n'ujnial knot. hospital with typljoid for thirteen; .Springs, she took diphtheria i J of In of of at Cowk-y, Taber, Hannvell, Chin and entering tin- hospital last week. add 1 VI cents on wheat, flax .and bar- ley. and %-eent on oats. a. Kipp, Monarch, Penroe, Mncleod, Piegan, Brocket, Pinch-er, Cowley, No- j The death is particularly sad the mother, who is a .sister of Mr. it ho Kicrljy nf this city, h.is been ill in some time. B.ii-0118, Camtaiigay, AVilson SkM ins Welling, Wells Siding New Day -arid on Mrs. -I. IJ. neuter entertained at very provable thimble tea on Satin- wheat, flax and barley, and M-cent afternoon, complimentary to her ic.v Maiific list; :icono ur a iiiiff on evening, wjnjn Kev. A. G. C'iiiutnni fli-formcd i.he ceremony. united Mien Liilu IMker in vi Mr. Scheer, rcceiriiy of Xuws stafl', Mr. and Mrs: IcI'E far ffiska- tcoii, whare iboy will in future. be given under the ausjjices oC Westminster Guild. The Ladies Aid of Knox church wil meet at three .o'clock on ments foj thp.ir" poster sale, which nfrernoon to complete final arrange- wij] be held on November 12. 13, and 14th.'- Tlie regular monthly meeting of the Women's Poreig-u- Missionary society of Knox church will be helii at three o'clock on Friday afternoon, when isa Kinney, a -Returned missionary from Formosa, will deliver au. ad dress. Tho pie social, which to have been held in the basement of tho First Baptist church under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid tomorrow cyunlng. has been postponed until 'riday evening! The Ladies' Aid ot Wesley church vill 'hold their regular monthly busi- Les-s" meeting on afternoon t three o'clock. The officers aro lavticularly anxious ililit this ednesday evenlns 957 Klaiirt, -St.. S., lo cdebrrln.Ulls wcok- llii.- Hili LiirllMtoy of their iliMwhtor I Hutii. The aftonim.M in! Homo ilisaionary yoe- 1 primes am! im-sir, after which of ,Knox Chinch will meet on were called io the dining room partake oi' a s'.tlondid Each little gueat rnniiidi-'d AIJSK Itnth of her hirlliday hy [jte-unUng with some prcKciil, iMid nlloKctht1'; ic an t'ltjoyalil'; party. Tliosir pfcscn wero Mi.ss Cladys Holt, Lliliai Doris. Knap man', I.tnuse Knapimn, npim and the following were elected to oflleo: Ucnton. H. Hamilton. AT. Ducliaiian. Convenor of ConiiniLteei Mr. .loiininRH. of Devotional Cpminittec '.Mr. R. A. Gv.nvt'ord. Convener ot riueial .Mr. J. Lloyd. owers Won't charge Air. H .11. Craif :of Westminster 1 ovcnlrR, mid Ilio oxecutlvo at the S'.niday School will meet at 'the eloao of the league. T intervene t In UP tl from f rpn t pa RO TCva llnri, I'hyllis Lra.'itT. l.rod, Nellie Hnhinson, Violet for lllt'ir I luff; j !iuik's n1' St. C Mr--! Auxiliary have comii concert 10- I'nrlsh ari'aiiKO- Violrt Iliilhvorlh, Ml-': ni'irrow and ovonlnu in tlie a man jiray that or hit mniHikind should form a Juat osili- mjttlon oi' 'I'liackcray. Man I'rrry, dear, Hilda man. of I ml hi, ilu> nilHon d' oiro of .1 dolfghffn) funoiion oa oveuliifX, K. O. 10.' hull and inicce.sH wil ''undoubtedly crown their uft'oif.H. Paliy tiiro In church' on Thursday on "Ilitdluni, Liquid Air nml Telegraphy." Tlie Jccuiro Interveniion llcrlini Nov. Italian I'oreig-! San Gnlllano hiis arrived here juid lia-.; Jmd sevnral con- I'oi-OJici-'s with tho ImiKirial Chancellor, Dr. Von 'lUitlnlmnir Holwcx'. These i-iV nviniarily intended io deal wilh i-liunpn-y and Kalian affairs, hut aro drvatfid -almost. caiion -of; intfii vfuii French Favor Balkans Paris, Xov, newspapers are much cnncernod this morning by the action of the representatives of thy Hnllcan states In St. Petersburg. Informing the Russian'1 Premisr that they could not consider any propos'-il of intervention '.as opportune, at tho pittscnt moment. This fact causes the Paris press to believe that the Balkan federation" will carry out the task of driving iho Turka from Europe-, While only recently the Paris news- pnpcrs supported Turks, they have now indulged in a and the full of warnings to the linlkan alliance not to iHsaai'fo cv they will not anccncd In their aim. The lOxcoislor -dficlaro? Unit iho kias( dlsagruemont might provide able coiniiiicatloiiH hcauee other povv- era wpnld seek to profit, hy ita ncifon. The 1'Mgaro summing up the sftua-' "Th? Hole ol' Krancf ir, lo niainialn mid secnro.for fJal- Kiol, S'ov. (Itii'iiiiin nrnion.-d "Such Ijr-oji hiM; [losiUon i' of orlsli', .-lild 111 piiT.sno U to ilic Ion announced thac M.K. Cowan, eou-n- sel for the governments of 'Saskat- chewan and Alberta had applied .for an adjournmoiH of the case. He luTd hoped that some progress" might'be made now'or In the near future, but Mr. Cowan had pointed ,out that the railways had submitted 169 exhibit and over cases of freight com- parisons, lii view of these tacts and despite circumstances that -the wei.t seems to be suffering from unfair rates it would be advisable t6 make haste -slowly. The chairman added that if exces- sive rales are being charged, the prov- inces asking lor adjournment are cor- tainly hearing: their share of the bur- den and for ihut raunn ihe should not bo ru'used. Counsel for the British Coiumbfa government, lie said, had objected to proposed adjournmmit. hut tHis oli- nid been withdrawn. Air. tho long .idjiiiniaient until Jan- uary 5th, which1 he would grant, pood work would be done. Ifu humorously Mm d the ifuii. Mirlous Kovoi-nnieiits sel for would not try in chuck up all ot tho coni- imi'SuniJB subinitifd hy the nilhvny.i Tlie board, he aalil, had n gonulno dti iii'fi mukit bcr.ilway with this Im- pix-lunt. nuiUcr. Hi- lio in Jn ivotft for five or six wix-ks and ivonhl M all of I lin oppoi tum I) Uiidy ilic (itiustlon ai i ml :ot into loin'h wnii wcsiorii ;