Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LET1IUK1DGE DAILY 1IK1CAM) !r I'JIl. AGENTS FOR Ladies' Home Journal Patterns have ;i beautiful Ijiio of new X.inns foods eoininff in in December, nud to ninko room for those we arc determined to clem1 out, our slocks of Ladies' and .Misses' Coats and Suits, at irreallv redueeil prices, 'fleinemlter these are brand goods of this year's make, shipped by error ro A. iMacdonald Co. here, and on which the inaiuifucf.iirer offered us 25 per cent, off if we would take I hem over. This is a chance to'get new gxiods at- wholesale prices. "Wo have enlarged our premises and are making a Ladies' Wear Department where the former Macdonald Grocery Department was, and we waul to make this store the best place ,to buy your staple dry goods in Lethbridge. Kew Goods arrived this week: Ladies' Hand Bags, Dent's and Fowne's Kid Gloves. Motor Scarfs, Veilings. Fringes, Handkerchiefs, and Stan-field's Cele- brated Underwear Sweaters lor Men CHAMPION FARMER LULLED TO SLEEP WHILE SNOOZING SOME ONE BIF- LED HIS ARREST MADE Auimind liagnllo, n North Dakota farmer, with a farm at Champion, Mew In from tho latter place on Sat- urday with his pockets full ot cash, and a 'few other things just as jiood. He got mixed up In n Chink Joint, lie absorbed more sleep pro- ducers than ho could carry conven- iently, and when he. woke up he found liimsclf the loser Sy forty dollars In bills and 12500 In standard securities. He communicated his loss (o the police, who after iraKing 'he victim to In one of the went out on a still hunt for the succeeded in recovering it in tho Chink's emporium hidden undwr a mat- tress, and they also brought bock J. Marry Sykes, on whom is fastened the suspicion of having taken Ihe valu- ables while his friend was peacefully sleeping. Sykes appeared this morn- ing, but pleaded not guilty his cose was remanded for preliminary hearing till Wednesday. Three D and D specimens were Now is The Time To Get Rul Birgilni In Hilr While II Liltl US switches nt......110.00 J10 switches at switches lit J5.00 switches ut Also puffs, hair neti, and pins it rtduced rites The Ladies' Hair Dressers Agents for Corvet Acadli Block. 3rd Ave. South. DEBATE ON ADDRESS COMMENCES TODAY Pttaivu, Nov. It is likely that he debilte on the address which com- mences this afternoon in the House or Si, .1 chance to pay a tine or set a of of tlie city nnd go to work. One wens desire to speak. The uddresg will ue and the otlrers paid. MAKKETS MARKETS Winnipeg, Nov. wheat mar- was strong today, November touch- ing the dollar mark. November wheat opened !19 7-S, clos- ed 100; December opened 96 1-2, clos- id 96 1-2; ilay, old, opened 99 3-4, clos Putting Life in A Man's Suit is what it means when yon keep your clothing cleaned at this establishment, but it is death to clothing bills. Every suit cleaned by its has the elegance of a freshly tailored suit. Spots, grease, shine and baggy wrinkles are per- manently eradicated when cleaned at Crown Cleaning Works Opposite Wesley Church moved by It. IJ. Bennett, new Con- iservative members for Calgary, and 'seconded by Albert Suvegny, member for Dorchester in French, then Sir Wilfrid will speak and Premier Bor- deu will follow. The Liberals have not decided whe- ther -of not they will move an amend- ment, but a decision will probably be arrived at as a result of events in the House today. The Conservatives will meet in caucus tomorrow. Should the A. B. STAFFORD Probfble Mayoralty Candidate Opiwjsition decide on an amendment ed 99 7-S May, new, opened closed dirMm wm be iak- 99 1-S. Oats-November opened 4 towards the end of this week or 1-S, closed 42 I-S; December opened 39 1-2. closed 39 3-4; May opened 42 i 1-2, closed -12 5-S. wh fo opened 192 1-2, closed 190; December was a debate covering five days. For Genuine Ail-Around Pleasure You Can't Beat a VICTOR Cold evenings when you are cosy at home and you get tired talking- and reading, wouldn't you be delighted if Borne one suggested some mu- sic 1 And -wouldn't you be a till more delighted if some ot the great artists called on you and offored to slug and play for you. This is what the VICTOR for ita happy owners. Come in and learn how easy we make it for you to own one Maion 4 Risch, Ltd. Dom. Blk. Phone 791 Victor Cascarets Cleanse Liver and Bowels No Billousnesc, Headache, Sick, Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Coated Tongue or Constipation Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Tndiges- tion, Sallow Skin and -Miserable Head- aches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undi- gested food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating, tonight will give you Man opened 1S8 1-2, closed ISO. WINNIPEG Northern 9S, Northern 96 1-2, 3 Northern 90 ft AN EXCURSION No 3 39 1-4, Ex. Peed, S9 1-4, No' 1 Feed 3S 14, No. 2 Feed 36 1-2. 3 66, No. 4 54, Rejected 52, Feed 50 1-2. American Wheat opened 103 IOS 109 ii-8. closed 110. opened 96 Prominent people 1-4, closed 96 1-2; May opened 100 7-S, closed 101; July opened 94 7-8, closed 94 7-S. TO PORTCHURCHIL With an Ambitious Project Lobbying at Ottawa His Proposal Ottawa; Nov. 20. Mr. Win. Beeol I 1o7 14 "lav opened pioneer settler at Port Churchil CO ed Ml tb. Hudson's Bar. who in th j-i. cioseu iuo i v capital .this week, is discussing will TORONTO LIVE STOCK MARKET (Weekly report furnished by Rice Whaley) Receipts for the past week and the previous week: Cattle 27SO Calves.............. 346 Hogs 936 Sheep 513 1723 The receipts of cattle show a big decline from a week ago, but the hulk of the receipts a week ago were direct to eastern and local packers and not 4797 407 1088 is proposal to vertiae the possibilities of the son's Buy region by conducting a excursion to Port Churchill next sun mer. Mr. Aleech's plan is to harbor steamer at .Montreal capable -of a pei aul ____ the market, leaving the supply of son's Bay and the return trip woi sale stock this wefek about the same the made vio the Straits of Belle isle commodating about one hundred pie comfort-ably. The steamer make a start from Montreal on Jul 10th or thereabouts, proceed to S Johns, Newfoundland, and up the cas coats of i that Island to Hudson' Straits. Calls will be made at Port Burrel the whaling station and other point of interest along the coast. iSeveral days 'would be spent a Portv.Churchill and in cruising in Hut 1 A Gascaret a thorough cleansing inside and straighten you out by morning. They work while you 10-cent box from your gist will keep you feeling good for nontlis. Millions of men and women take a Caacaret now and then to keep (their stomach, liver and bowels regu- !lated, and never know a miserable 'moment. Don't forget- the their little Insldes need a good, gentle clemming, too. Bijou Opening Tonight Savannah, Ga., Nov. auto- mobile driver was killed and another Jtariously hurt this forenoon in a smash-up over the grand prize course, ____u here. Joa Dawson. driver, was hurt, he liberally patronized at its inaugura- and McNay, a Case pilot, was killed. I lion this evening. The opening tit the new Bijou The- atre takes place tonight, on which occasion the program outlined will take the form of many excellent photo plays prominent among which may be mentioned "The a heart touching drama; "A Marvellous icene affording abundant laughter, and a strong drama Sir Walter Scott's tomous poem of that namo. The new thea-tre today looks quite natty and nr doubt will last. The majority of the cattle n the market this week were of the .aedium and common grades and while the trade has been rather slow on all tinds, there is not much change in jrices from our quotations of a week igo. The best cattle on the mark-et this iweek we sold at 5.10 and they averaged just a trifle over 1100 Iba. Good cattle are wanted and more could be sold at .strong prices. The common and medium' kinds sold very strong last week and today they are slow sale at 10 to 15 centa lower than the last of last week. We look for the receipts to be fairly liberal next week but after that time we rather think they will be very light. However, there is a good demand for all classes and we think prices will hold firm, but it might bo well to use caution in buying common kinds as an over sup ply of this kind -would mean lower prices. We quote as follows, delivered, fee and watered: L steers to 4.65 to 4.85 4.75 to 5.00 4.35 to" 4.65 Tilor.treal being reached by Sept. 1. Air. Beech believes that his uroposa if carried out would result in mud practical benefit to the north coun try and to Canada at large. He say that the excursionists would be give: excellent sport and would bo affort ed an opportunity of chasing the pola bear in his lair. ROWELL TALKS ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE 1HAM Watch No gift is 'quite so eloquent of friendship as a fine watch. No watch graces the sentiment so perfectly as a high grade Waltham. The Waltham Colonial is the ideal watch for business, professional and social life. It combines great beauty with reliability. Though of very thin model, it is as reliable as the thicker and larger watches. Adjusted and cased at the-factors'. Time Vnit Owned a H'altluna." So'ml for booklet of vnrlous Wnlllinni WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY. Choice export steers and heifers Fair to good export steers and heifers.. Best butcher st-eei-o and heifers Med. butcher steers and heifers Common butcher steers and heifers........ Best export cows Beat butcher cows Medium butcher cows. ,1.85 to 4.25 to 4.00 to 3.75 to 3.00 to 3.25 to 2.76 to 4.15 4.50 4.25 4.00 ,136 3.50 3.00 Ciinners........, Best bulta Common bulls licit stockers and feed- ers 4.00 to 4.40 Light stockers 3.25 to 3.75 Choice milkers and 45.00 to 55.00 Common to medium railkera and springers 25.00 to 35.00 The bulk of the best hogs sold up nitll lortay at 7.75. Today there was .n order from the west for some hogs and a i'ow sold from 7.85 to 8 cents. Thn packers here are trying to keep the price down nnd it might bo well to huy your hogs to s-ell here at 7.75. However any ihogs shipped to us will lie sold for every dollar possible. Tho besl sheep arc selling from 4.50 lo T..OO; ,best lambs 5.50 lo 6.00; beat 5.50 to 6.00. Do believe thnt hoofs and shoos nre being matte out of til kinds of skins these days. Is so, answered bis friend Hmltb. Then how about banana skins? nake good Toronto, Nw. Dnimbp Sat urday night "Votes for women" was discussed by N. W. Rowell, K.C., the new Liberal leader before an and ience partly composed of women. He said it was a matter that 'was being considered by statesmen the work over and that It would come in time He promised to bring the subject be fore his colleagues at the'coming ses- sion of the_ legislature with the object of forming a policy on It. HERE'S A SERIES OF OFFICIAL DENIALS Washington, Nov. troops have not been sent to Tien Tain, Russian military forces on Man- churian border have not been rein forced, situation at. Canton if peaceful, and no report of a massacre of missionaries has reached the Am- erican legation at Pekin, according to department officials. PHYSICIANS COULD NOT HELP HER "FRUIT-HIVES" CURED HER IfocNTUiv, OxT March 9th. Uken with great benefit, I was troubled with MiliousncM for yetra after taking am entirely well I have been treated by and took many kinds of meritcme, but nothing cured until I used "Fnril-a- AIRS. R. M. REGGS. No other medicine In (be world will cort IHHoiuncss quickly ami pltiainlly u This fnmous frait niedirine directly on the liver, relieves the the liver' to poor out more bile, ind corrects constipation and indication. No matter what you have or liow lonnyouhtive suffered, "Fmll-trtlrcs" will complitely cure yon. 500. t bo-i, 6 for Ja.so. or trial SIM, sjc. At (IntlerA, or Irooi Pnttt-t-tivet Ufnitnl, OtUWft. MINES STARTED IN FULL FORCE TODAY APPARENTLY MEN WERE GLAD TO RESUME BE A BUSY WINTER As was announced on, Saturday, I'e SOUIKI of the mine .whistles calling lie men to work after a 'rest of seven nd one-halt' months, was sweet music n -the of the people of North ethbridge and Staffordville at seven 'clock this morning. The order had one out from the president of the istrict- executive of miners on Saturday that they were to return to work tliis morning, and not a dissent- ing voice was heard. Hundreds men 1'Jockeil hack to their places to take up their 'tools where they had thrown them down at midnight oil the 31st of March last, and many of j the faces wore a glad smile that were once more in a position to tak up their work after a long fight fo what they believed to be their right For several weeks now the me have been'drifting Into the city jobs on the railway, where man of them found work during strik period, while others have roturne after doing their homestead duties o their homesteads in various parts'o the country. Tire result, was tha when the whistle blew for work, tti majority of the men were waiting t check in. Some new faces were t be seen in the lineup, as men hav been coming in from other camps t work here "Tor the winter, and it i expected that before many week there will a greater number on th payroll of the mines in the vicinit of Lethbridge than ever .before. Th management is alive ID the fact tha there is a very serious shortage fa ing the people of Western Canada and they feel it their duty to relic v this as much as possible. They i theicfore put on as large a force men as their equipment will hiVidle arid the amount of coal coining fron the Lethbridge mines will be greate than ever be-fore, GaH coal is liein, asked for everywhere in the west, am no doubt the company has order booked which will keep them bus; tor months in advance. Work was started in the otha mines in the vicinity of Lethbridg' .his morning also. Yesterday twelvi empty coal cars were taken out to the Koyal Collierres, so it appears tha .hey intend shipping immedirjaly Vothing- of any account will be shij) ped from Lethbridge mines this week as the miners are ordering coal foi .h'air own use as quickly as they r.hecl back to work. ROBLIN HASN'T GOT HIS DEMANDS YET Ottawa, Xov. Rohlin nd Hon. Colin Campbell of Manitoba vill hold another conference with members of the federal government his afternoon in an effort to finally ettle the boundary ques- ion. Mr. Roblin says he is hopeful I sticeesB. LAINTFFF-FUNKED IN MARRIAGE CASE Nov. the Herbert ise this morning, the plaintiff appear- and formally withdrew from th 2, The counsel for Mrs. Herbert Hereupon asked-for a judgment by cfault and Judge Archer expressed le opinion that this was now not eceasary in 'view of the fact that in le eyes of the law the marriage wae .legal one and Mrs. Herbert's status n the same before the action was rst, taken. Tho defence then entered a formal cmaml for judgment by default, with t'sts and this motion goes over for onst deration, the date of judgment of is point was not fixed. HIS MAN WAS "Jos. Krodman has purchased liis irtiicr's fnUwsl in thn Arcade Uar- :r shop, being now sole proprietor. Impossible 'Judge (to are you larged with? a pnlr of pants, nir honor. he stole a pair of pants it of my .store. (HschaTRc the priHon-ar. for? can't make a.suit out ot pair otf pantft. To Electors of Lethbridge City: SPIES' AND liMXThKiM'IW: Haviiio1 boon requested by sovonii eilixens lo eqiilesl; I; lit) soul of lAlnyor for 1 I, wish to To rush iin up l.o il.nle slrcoC railway! .Having n so iliLiJ. l.ic iiiay ho nl ready iinti-'iii l.o advise on all important mallets. THIRD Commission for ML-, of ji'o wJiicli should ho pushed all speed. Sin.o-le tnx. which is Hie only fair and proper laxalioii. I hy-law relaliiio' lo sewer rietl out. SIX Sower. Wai or Works and Properly needs heller .supervision than has boon u'iveit it in the past. iSHVI'jNTII To use every means possible to make Dry a Iiisx success. thus helping the City of to have the best year it has ever had. And, in conclusion, 1 am in favor of that, which will help build up Lethhridge.; I. hope at an early dale to explain my policy before a public.1 andieneo so as to. 'give you' in y views more fully. I ask for your vote and in-4 fluenee on .Dec. '.I. I. 10] I. 1 a in your obedient servant. DAVID KINO. see connections is ea possihlb I T is a real pleasure to have you call, even though you come only out of curiosity. We feel sure of being able to change your curiosity to by appealing :to your self-interest. A JR. ns 'keen a judge of values as you help, but be'iriipres-scd wi.'h'Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. 463 McKELVIE McGUIRE, A PLEASING PRESENTATION On Monday evening, November lo, n interesting and decidedly -enjoy- bio affair was hald by. iUiznnh Lodge, 72, 1.0.Q.F., at tholr lodge opm in North Lethbridge. The OCCEI- ipn was the presentation of a beau- fiVl Past Grand's -to Past Grand Dr. Thomson, and was nriJier iiique on account of tha. recipient eing'the first brother to pass .the hair since the institution of the otige. That it was an mi-Ure surprise thvj brother WHS amply evidenced the fact that he was unable to re- ly to the address, being utterly at a for words, and as ho was never before known 'to bo In such a non- plussed con-ilition, it added 'material- ly to the enjoyment of the occasion. The jewel was a beauty, and was well deserved by the Doctor, who has always beyn known c.s an imlejrntig- ble worker for Odd fellowship. The address was read and the pre- sentation made by D.D.G.M. Torriil immediately after the retreslnnems bad been disposed of, and the cigars nnd pipes brought into aciton. This was followed by a short musical pro- gramme, and sonie speeches, the lat- ter being chiefly supplied by the vis- titis brethren from the sister lodges of the city. 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