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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Novcnibei' 12, 11)12 IM10 THE DECISION ON' SURPLUS ORDERS WHICH GOES AGAINST the WHOLESALE HOUSE: ^^^^ MILADl kwJL I M^�^Mm^ I EDITED av "INO" PHONU: \\ 1T Offlet, ,im i:-::. NmMmn* ffW CLAIM IIIULD : OEIAY THE TRAFFIC RAILWAY COMPANY OPPOSED SAMPLE BOARD AT CALGARY -HOLD UP GRAIN Winiiiiieg, NoJ'.-. 11.-CJmlrnian Dvay-tqu, K. C, presicled over a muotiiis of the Dominion Hallway Hoiiril to-ilay. ,A lively tlJscusBloii; niarlcecl the estiililiBhrnent ot sanuile markets In CijlgaVy and Fgrt William. The I'iill-%'a.y ropreaeiUittrves declareil that ii Ee^Mous congostion of the truffle would result in holding back the cSi-a tor twenty-tour hours ponding i^ale. Kventually, tho comiianies' so-JlfcUors agreed to confer with iAIr. Nix-oKj of,the Railway 13oard, to try and t^blvo ft plan wliicli will provido the jirpvision, and adequate terminal facilities. �.'A telegram was produced at Ui� ftfeetingj that. Sir William McKonzie LEMIEUX ACT IS Calgary, Nov. 11.-Hctail clothing (Icaler.s throUKh""t Canada are al-'; fectcd by a decision iinndcd down In ' Uio Alberta Suprcinc court today by Mr. ./usticc 1 larvcy who iicld ; tliat the linn of McOoubrey and t'ctctson, Calgary, arc not compelled to pay tor a surplusage of. goods sent them by Walter, lilue it Co., Hiicrhrookc, Que. : ' The eastern wholesale i'lrm argued;, tliat the local retailers had accepted ' the gooAa inasmuch as they had been .OUT 01''. F.V.SIJION-(lod i,s-out of fashion.'; Then let mc fio Where sl\le.s don 1 chanKP in religion so ! . Ood out of fashion?, Then love is, too, And the simple sweetness of life lived true To joy and honor aiid grace anil tnith And the morning ofbemity and deathless voulh ! JUDGE LAFONTAINE DECIDES AGAINST MONTREAL STREET .RAILWAY CQMPANY IN ITS CONTENTION Montreal, Xov. 11.-^I'hat the Le-nileu.K .\ct, providing for a hoard o� coiiciliution to inqalte Into disputes between employer and employee is constitutional, and that conseiiuently a board appointed to look Into certain differences between the (Montreal Street Hallway, and a few of its em-Ploye-es was-regularly and legally appointed, is the tenor ot a ruling hand ed down by Justice Lafontalne this morning, In ii case �which has been occupying tho attention ot the local Superior Court off and on for- the past two years. As will be ronierabered, the appointment of the board which was composed of Mr. JustfCe Portin,' Cod out of fashion ? Then let nic do not change 'i'hen truth IS men in stoclc for Uireo mouVUs anrt'uttcYcd , sn'i'e for sale. The defendant local com- ; I." ^I'f panv urged that the .surplu.suKc was f , ; M,m �> not'noticed until the stock was check- ""^ of f'-^""'"" ' tr^rS, -ve Sn A"'- "S-" -^s "S'bStr the surplusage amount-^ A^C^f -ed to $V0O and the eastern company; , '""'^ ,, ,,,, claimca $1,100 additional tor loss of! Arc eating thi. sail time. The court .also taxed the cost j amounting to i2,m against the fas-; fashion? Oh, no ! Not tern plaintiffs. The case has been lought for two years and the decision ,,, ^ ' , .j ,, \vill establish an imimrtant preced-i I^'^�"R'' 'n'n>PJ. fl. Tabor is in t'algary as " Travellers' Internal wars as calamitous to work-! ollicial delegate from the First Bap-hig m�n and said the only war which | tist Sunday school to the provincial IMPERIAL LIMITED ..... LEFT TRACK North .Bay, Ont., Nov. 11.-Tho Ini-�perial l-.lmlted, Canadian Pacific westbound, '^RS, derailed last night at 10 o'clbok -by a broken rail, four cars leaviAig the track, near Wayland stations," 280-miles west of North Bay. Traffic was tite Mc-Clure lca,vc in abQii^ tjjn-c ^\Vf,cl!P ,to speml 'the winter in Cal forrila." Mr. and Mrs. .Walter ,lprdati)fiand Mr. M- K. Kaakc went to Calgarv M\i"iin" h^ad^ancinI'th^re'J^^^ '""""IlK ,\" A^^^^l V^,}^}^ 'said bel In the event of war and was pre-| -^^^^ pared to Incite others to robeillon and ' ' ' mutiny. RERUBLICAN .GOVERNOR IN IOWA lies Mdincs, Nov. 11.-Verified re-. . ......... turns from all butf. five counties ot  of dissatisfaction-on'the pnt^lr oi' the Nelson, B.C., .jifevv-ll.-^'Nine of the eleven teachers �at''theJful3)lc school handed in their 'reslfiniiti6ns; to the Schcol Board tbdaV, atnf- a -mfeeting will be hel-d lpm6rrbw' to-.donaidcr the situation.' iTlie-act (s 'the result tlie ^tato- make certain the election ot George W. ii;iarkc, republican, as goveriiotol 'Iowa- by a fi'turalilv ot 1200; . � -'^X^'l:'-' � - - .:-~-^-�� teachers with -the cbniltict of A Thompson,, the* -mw' "principal,� who took charge at t^he-'boglmiiftg--of the present-term, co.nilhg-f rpin -Tort-Francis! Diit. V. '�{^�- . ; On previous ocdaslbhs 'this term, 1 some of the .Iea9hpr8 have laid com plaints before tlie riieiinfc^rs � of the board, but - tlie^-dlagatlafaioUph � was temporarily smoothed oyer,'-' and the matter hushed up.-": .' ' For Yefars,He8toredTo Health byi.ydm E.Pinkham*s Veg-( etable Compound. Canftdian ^otnen are continually writing us such letters as the two following, which are heartfelt expressions of grati-.tude for restored health: Glanford Station, Ont.-"I have taken I^ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-)pound and never found any medicine to compare with it. I had ulcers and fall-inK of womb and doctors did me no good. I suffered dreadfully for years until 1 began taking your medicine. I also recommend it for nervousness and indigestion. " - Mrs. IfBNRY Clark, Glanford Station. Ont, -Ohesterviile, Ont. - "I heard your madicincs'highly praised, andayoar ago 1 began" taking them for falling of womb and ovarian trouble. " My left side pained me all the time and im\ before \hy periods which were irregular and painful it would be worse. To sit down caused nio pain and suffering and I would bo so nervous.sometimes' that I could not bear to see any on^ or, b�!ar any oho speak. I I'HEN -J. MUHTiNj- Chesterville, Ontario, LARfiE GREEI REV. BULL CON.DUOTQR fell OFF TRAIN Winnipeg, �NQy;'l^i--G.' P.'.R'. Conductor Frdd SCcor, of . Kenbi-a, fell from the top of his 'caboosPi while i crfissing bridge number twp' spaiin-i Ing a branch of the 'XVlliTiipdg river west of Ke-ncra. and ifell'to'tlie- river, thirty feot, striking ii rock' The train crew, Igiibraiit of the .accident, went on and he was not rescued tihtil two hours later, diii-ing which tlniQ be lay upon tho rock screaming ' for help. .Tho first to hear his .cries were the crew of a following train, Thoy carried him into Kcnora wher-e' he was admitted to the hospital. ' R. 1-:. McArtliur and Master Ueginald, who liavd been vls-itiiig at points ill Ontario anil (Jwcbce, will return home some tiilie tins' week. WANTED ON ROBBERY,CHARGE Moose .law, Nov. '11,.-A warrant was issued tonight ehurgiiis, embezzlement' of � tlio arrest of' Edward Stoneinan, a , clvrk . in' Messrs. Duit's office. U is allegc-d Um't be en- Mrs. C. B. Brandow.'iis lin'Cftlgary, the guest of lier broHlcr,* Mr. Lord. Mrs.- Hrandow is a"' delegate from Wesley .Sundav school to the provincial convention. *  Mr. .J. 1). niglnbotham went to Calgary Ibis afternoon, wli.ere he will deliver a short address tomorrow afternoon on "i^ioneor Methods in .Sunday School Work" bctore the business men's meeting of the provincial .Sunday school conventioii. . Jlr. Wedge leaves Calgar.v, also a.s a Kno.x Sundav school. tomorrow tor delegate from Mrs. W. .\. lUichaaan and Master Donald left yesterday afternoon to visit at .Mrs. Huehanun's old home iu Uurlinglon, Out. Later Mrs. Buchanan will go to Ottawa, where she will tered the office of (lie company lateibP -ioi""' I^v U"cl'anan when the Saturday iiiglit or early yogterday, and broke open' several desks and decamfpcd with the moiwy. Incldont-ally the information charges that Stoneman was short in his collections. Stoneman conies froifi Wlnnl-l]eg, having wi.rked for tho J'lrm there. parliamentary session opens. Total............................ ...... 253 Hours at .school ......................... 21 Clothing has been received from Mcsdanies Townes, Lctt;,�,iridgc, Hanch, D. A. .Snvith and Kean. Clothing wa.s supplied to one' iam-ily and medicine to two women. > Six out of � eleven ' calls. on the nurses' registry have been I'lllcil. At last llic night has arrived, when the .'much talked ot and eagerly anti-clpated,Mrs. .Jarley's Wax Works wilt 1 be presented In Knox church in connection \vith Ihc hlg Poster Sale, wlifch was held iu the basement today and continues tomorrow and Thursda.r. The. cast of characters for this evening's performance includes : . Mrs. .Jarley-^Miss Edith Jones. Mother Goose Chamber lack .Sprat-Roy (.'onibcar. .Vliss Muffet-.'lli.ss Mary Murphy. Red Riding Hood -'Miss .Jessie Campbell. Citidcrella-Jliss Gladys Oliver. Babes in the Wood-Marion and Muriel' Miginbotham. Bo-Feep-Miss Helen McKillop. Chamber ot Bcavity Sleeping Beauty-.Myri O'Hagan.' Elaine-Miss Elaine Coiiybeare. �/ohn Aldcn and Priscllla - Miss Wright and Mr. Wright. ,May Queen-Jliss Mary .Simpson. Popular Songs Chamber Casey .Jones-Mr. Krcd Rose. I'ink Lady-Miss Ida .Jones. -Merry Widow-.Miss Gladys Downer. Beautiful Doll-.Jean Glenlstcr. Vocalist-Miss Lumbarrt. . Chamber of Horrors Two-Headed Girl-Mfss Helen Murray and Miss Mct.'riminon. Degraded Girl-^Miss Barbara Irving. Scarecrow-Mr. Verne Taylor. Bluebeard and his Wives-Mr. Sloan, Miss Kria McLeay, Miss Ena. Rowan and-Miss .losie Hawkey. Caretakers Peter and -1 ohn-Mr. Arthur Higinbothatn and Mr. Oliver. �� The Department of Neglected Chil-dr^u has recently added, to its staff. Miss Mary Yeomana, as a wo man probation officer for the Province of Alberta. Allss .Ycomans comes to h6r work particularly wellriuallfJed, she having had'some" twenty years e.i;perlence in children's work before coming to Alberta. be fhiit of securing the co-operiitloii of the woni�n of tlie province In th'e' problem, ot the prevention of crlrne among girls. She Is prepared  f.Q speak at women's organizations or clubs, at any time that arrangeiiients are made to Have her appear b-atore such organizations. The object of her work Is entirely that of prevention. She comes to Alberta with a long experience, and Is regarded as one of the most expert women on the continent in Iver-partlcular line. Miss I'eomana' appointment fills a long-felt need in the province; and if she is given the co-operation ,of the women In centres of population, who are willing to recognize the need, and the .work which, they can accomplish in the way of prevention of crime through the medium ot a little aelf-sacrltlc-e, her work is bound to show, results in the future that will be im-posElble to estimate in dollars and cents. . Women's organizations, churches of others desirous of arranging to have Miss Yeomana speak, should communicate with the office of the Superintendent ot Nejilected children. Trunks and Suit Cases that wi hold their own in the mad rush df^^ transportation-'^-hold their contenB intact 0s well-are worth almost^ any price, [ Lois ol' such Tiusty Tuunks and Suit Cases' arc June in all sizes and for every purpose and at pricos'that won't flatten your pocket book. 111., n" 'r. . .1 1!________^1 _______ Full sized, medium and steamer trttnks,v'.^ each iuissoWfo special merit intlic way of con-'/^j vonicucGj Viit ail ai-e !)uilt strongly, canvAs'i;| covered, iron^ bound, liard\vo6d slats, doiibl^-.'^^ bottom and good strong brass locks. ' Suit cases and travelling bags, every de-'i liirable style; size and almost all leathers will ^ be foiuidlivQuriincqnailed lines, some leath-' er lined, some fitted, but tlie prices will suit' J vou. '�  .  ' ThereVjust; asHnuch style, or lack of it.-'j about hand bags as there is about clothes, and> a traveller*; whip; parries a stylish bag is con-- j-tributing Gonsid^^i^bl}^ to hiis personal ap�.^ pearance. Then aialn QhrUtttvaki* drawing near wUh tta hiird �robl�a�"';i' of girt Riving; to be lolved. How about a suit case? On� M\ifJ. cotn�fi amiss-inc&t'toIHa'make short trips at one time Or anothWt . Or a good roomy English frame bag? The kind that seemi grow deeper a'i '^oii open eyen a trunk. All areusefttlv and sure to be appreciated. . � Mrs. Charles Youse leaves tomorrow for Newark, Ohio, where slic will spend the winter worked pieces. It is decorati'd- in groy paper with red flpwcrsi Mrs.. T. P. Kirkhani presides here,, . The Journal booth, done ii) oiaiige and black, collects' subscripiittnS to Saturday Evenings Post,: Country Journal. If you wish these.^ypu,pay Mrs. .-Vrthur Reid.. MIss^PHylliB'Hlg-inbothani, Miss 'Xtimhard, .'or Miss Helen McKillop. ^ ,' . The Baby booth contains'all .'-that blue and white. The'stoiTf'Is'JJl'omi-nent, and a U!c-siicil baby doll is noticed. Those in Charge'arc-Mrs. ^ Th6 firlil,-Paper'inrf' Pic#e|^t!�hil', in orange-and hlacTc^fcstoontni?,- is in charge of Mrs.-3tarnes and Mrs. Hiilis: '.' I, ^ ,'r^:.;;. ;�. A fish-{5ohd �prpvldes.Juh'; for the kiddies and is in charge, qf Mrs. J. W. Stafford, Mrs. Tilley,' Mrs-IOalvin anil Mrs. Gitfqrd' , , , .. ,' A Bis.scll's carpet swpeper, go . � * '1 Th* fkmlly nm*t� tut Conclu and "ahtlah coati M litdt and dMs  � HKNRV HOLMEr my 'in Utah '''''' ': CARNEGIE IN DEBT 0.400,000 New Vork, Nov. 11.r-Andrew Carnegie will pay �no peiaonfil tax to the city of New York -this year.; The ironmaster's versonnl property was assessed at $10,000,000 bul lye .-appeared today before the president of the tax department and made affldsvlt" that this was erroneous. Mv. CftTOegle swore that the value of hia effects In the city did not exceed .|�.500,000, while hlB debts agErregated l8,-i00,000. Accordingly the assessment', against him wag cancelled. Clubs and Societies Try This Home-made Cough Remedy Costs Little, But Does Iho Work Quickly, or Jioucy Refunded, Mix two L-iiii.s oC Ki-unulnted sugar with 1 cup o� wunu water, uiid' stir for 2 minutes. Put ZS!, ouiu-cs ot Plnex (fifty cents' woi-tli) In a 10-ouiioo liotlle; then nild tho Sut'u-r SyruiL Talie a toaspoon-ful every one, two or three hours. You will find that this simple remedy ELOQUENT PREACHER IS MUCH APPRECIATED-SERVICES ARE HELD EVERY NliSHT R-ov. Paul Bull again, preached another splendid sfrmon in St. Augtis-tin's Churcli last evonkig, before a very lartvo cuiit;rogatlQvi. The -reverend gcntleiiHin's . elocjuent � rciparUs were eagerly caught by thpg^ present. Wr. Bull's glnoerlty aitd rellgloug Ziai again domlnate-d 'bis. addrpss; The roverond gpntl^inan.'s eloquent and withal terso and ylepfqus yroK-entation of tlic gospel la a|ipi^clatecl. Ills thought lB.;PhriBt the .SajVlour ,,i(e3 i,oij oC a cough more nulckly lhaii winning the straying son btic'k-|o the nnythlUK c-lsc over used. Usually ends a Father. Mr. Hull has to bo hoard to I Oecp-suutoil cousii In.sldc or 2-1 lioura. bo fully appreciated. He'iB'q'ao of I splendid, too. for whoopinu euuKh, croup, tiw. ninol iTinpd iu-fifirhoru'nvi"i' hpiii-fl ''1''^'*'- Pi'Ins, bi-Diioliltls, and .other throat the most Kitted ineaciiera; e,v�i neaul ^ ^1.^1^,,,^,^^ ,j stliDuiaies iiio amiotito and In I.othbrldgo, and Ijhe taist tliai he; is .siigiuly la.\atlvf, which holpa end a servod his l^^mplTe ad w'oIl""aB 'a sol-1 cusli. � This recipe mattes more and better couKli synip than you could buy roudy made for $i;..".o. it Uceiis porfeetly and tastes plcnsanlly. l^liio.N Is tlif nin.sl valualile cnnccnlrnted cnnuinund of Niirwny wlillc (iliie extrael, nnd In rli-li In Kualacol arid all IIW na-liu-nl idiic eleincius, whlcli 'iiro bo heallnu to llai ninrtibrani'S. Otiicr prepai'atlon.s will nut wiMli 111 llila fovmnlii. This p).-iii of inalilUK i-iaiKli Hynii) with J'luex aiul suKai- i^ynii) (di- .-^traliiud lion-i oy) lia.i prnvou so pripulMi- IhrouKhouL thu HnKeit Klud's nail Canada ihtii II Is oftt-n Imitated, liut llic old, Kin-ressfill forjiiida lia.� Ui'VfM' lii'fu erjunled. .�\ KiuiraMl.\- iif alisnlulp Hallsfrirlioii 01' money prninptly refunded, goon wltb tli!'* recipe. \mir driisTRl-fl PIni'X or will KPt II for yo\i. Tf not send to The Plncx Co., Toronto, OHto (lior-priost adds (jlaumr to,U(y pleasing personality. There was a s-a'rvice for women this artornoon, and tonight there' will he another public gatherlu^t., l^Cioplo of (ill secUf ami of no-soot.aro-h'eartlly weioomc-il. WOMEN Orvl,KANSA? JURIES \Yii:hit:i, Kan.s;;; Nov. U.--Vs a re-.siilt of llie atloplhiu (if the ((|Ual siii-[rngo aiiiBiidinent in-tliis .sliiie, , women .iurors will lU'.'dvawn in the district court iiere' for the -.laniiHry Iri'm. The Kpwortli I.ciigiie of Westminster church MU'i'i.s tiil.s evening, when Kcv. .losoph Wiiodsworth will "deliver a lecture on ";Mission Work in 'China", wliicli will be illustrated with lantern slides. r * * The Ladies' of St. Andrew's ciitiicii are to meet on Wednesday, Nov. 2lHh, at the liomc of 'Mrs. Koss, 3nl .We., .v., ami not tomorrow as aniiouiK'uil.    'I'lie lOpworth League of Wesley cliurcli held a literary and social evening last niijlit, which was uitcndeii by some sovenly-live iienpie. A fine program was rcMidered including : ' I'iaiio Sold-Mis.s M. Poster. , ' Itecilatiou-Mr. i'atiersoii. Instrumental Solo-Mr.. V'. v'han-dler. I' iVecitatioii-.Mrs. ilumphrie.s. ' Interestiuj; diversion was (uniishcd by ijuessin.ii; ami peanut rolling coii- .tl'Sli. , -    � - The Hcliei soeiel) n'let .it tlie ' .Niiirsliin Miss'oii yi>st#r(lay aiternoou, when matleis ^ of routine, butiiness wei'o (lisiHisseil. The liidics will .sell lieki-ts on a pi'ri'entajie Inisis (or the l';va . iMvUitl I'oiK'crt, wliicti w'iii lie hell! on .Nov. 'iSlh, and ..the\- hope tor (�(irdial mippnrt fruiu nil linliTi'Sleil in till' ,-.-urk (i( the iiiissidn. The repiirl ol Ihe Ueliet Soeietv for Oetolier follows : .Number of Datienis atlendeil .., '21 "1 .Sale, which has hi / time a'nd ntlentlor 1 iiuuiv' we(!ks pa'st, I'o.ssibly the most attractive place in the city today was the basement of Kno.v" church, wlicrc the Poster hcen occupying the on of the ladles for . any' weeks past, opened under most auspicious circumstances this afternoon. The s.iie continues tomorrow and ;i'!nirsilny. The whole room is diviifed olf ' into most attractive liootli.s, nine in all, where articles of all kinds arc arranged (oi- sale. The t'andy booth is prettily adorned with piiik and green crepe paper garlands and llowers aii'l the ba.skcts anil bo.ycs, __wlii.ch contain lluyler's candFek, Ui'e'^c'levptl.V' made 61 the s.aing'-ma-torial. Those in charge are �M"r's".''l)oiia'ld and Mr.s. O'Jiagan. 'I'hii Cirovery booth, deebi;ated in pink, contaiHK .ihno.s'f every known waiit in the grocery line iiiid was pix'svfl.cil ov(!r .by ..Mr.s. . WiJi|am. llcn-(lor.sou.  Vellbw and giccn is the color KCheiiK! of the liardwarc botitli, which deserves a visit. .Mrs.^ J. B; Murray is'' I'll char.!;e. . ',-:'�' 'I'lie, .iapaiiesc tea room is oiie of the most attractive spots. . l.tfis en (ete-'witli .(apaiiese lanterns and-parasols,. .While the (luartotte .tables* arc lentrOil with iinmense ' yellow n�mis op wliiic (overs! "Tfve ladies presid-iiig ''ai-e '�� Mrs. Staiijey- 'Kii?;khain, 'Mrs. J. p;, l.ethbridge, itnd Mrs.' I'owe.rs, while -the ".i.s-KiiiWtsi.art;,-: ilcleii (iaIMii. I\liHK Agni-.i . OlHaganamt Miss J'lilVa Smith';,- The I'Moral b'tHilii-is tiiiite" as-'pie\-tyas'liu' name suggests 11 ml was Uioiuiil after by Mrs. .1, V.. 'iVrrlil, .Mr.s. 11. H. McCnrty and IVIi.ss .lohii t'raig,- ' The Fancy Work stall is imieed a lii.vury to sec with its exquisitely WARREN ELECTKO t lieycniic, \Vyo., Nov. 11.-The best fi|xurc8 obtainable today Indicate Wav-leii'.s election oi'er ). B. Kpndrick, democratic candidate. Warren has, however, only two voles to spare, and Slate iJeinoctatic Chairman IIop-kiiLS declares the ollicial count will, in all likeliliooil, he required to determine the choice. Raymond, Altii., Nov; 9.-Geo; H. Budd, manager of the Security In; ; vestment Co. Ltd., of Rayniibnd^ re- ; celved the follofwlng letter In t'eply-to the samples of Mr. Holmet* wbMt, which Mr. Budd sent to N. J. M��ch�r. v!. cashier of the Bank of Verul.-V^,.; nal, Uintah county, Utah: . "*  "T acknowledge with tbanks;-the > sample of dry land wheat which'Waa a prize wlmMr at the Dry*ranilni': Congress, recently heM la rout' MuB-^ r try. It certainly looks g�oa, udvw*' have asked the managw � fitrm>. ers during the Congress is goi&d, letjlt.-litate and pralsewwthy advertising,) and should be used to the best advi^;i>. .tase. � - .;� . . YOU GAH'T BiJY "JUST AS; GOOD*' AS I'oii win rmiline this ivlioii you commence using'il,, fluy a pii.eket and If you aro not entirely satlofled with It; yoii.r money y>\\\ bt; p_,rom|itly refunded by your-grocer. 9194 17 0544 ;