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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHimiDC.E, HEKALT> Twxflay. November in 13 City Meat Market Cut this out and place in your Telephone Directory 725 City Meat Market, Phone 725 Prompt Delivery Try Our Pure Pork Sausages 1 POUND-250 CUPS Six Cups for One Cent BLUE RIBBON TEA Drayton Report on Ocfean Rates froza froftl a Joint Inqjlrj lulo rates anasur.MS ilils umM the ot iUe eautjiau government. A Suggestion Clmrmau UrayUm observed ihil the Domtatou trade commission 'tifco up the matter and mike in Inlermlui report on It the luiiulry could uoi .be itt, belter fcauJs. He slates thai he saw Sir Edgar Viaceut, Vu atfotded bj '.chairman of the commission. ing comrautes engaged in the'311 lbe commission be traJe leuveeu aiul Canada.. Mr. Dravlou Elates ihat uilh Ihe la Canada next' Auftost anil t FIRE IN NORTHERN TOWN CIrounird. Alia.. Xov. Ttoo store ot Ihe Northern Mer- catitlle C'o. valued at JS.OOO. and fclovk o? was de- stni.vad by fire by an unknovn cause. There was no wlad blowing, but ft Is prob'ibte the city would have suffered more tbst. If necessary. au earlier ll rilffl in view, he endeavored ln London, lo cl-iahi Ihe apixjiatmeal ol a Joint of tile commission be arrau's'ed commission to Is by far the most economical tea ami the richest, most satisfying in flavin1. Ask definitely foi- Blue Ribbon. Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited the J31ue Ribbon Cook Book. The beat cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name snd address plainly. YELLOW OFFICIALLY WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO TALK TO CROWD WHO GO TO vestigv-tioa of rates and rKes cf ocean carricra, in iht operattou of terminal and vort and ihc laffic lie had also suggested that Llie comiuiasicti should advise as tp If should fee bv ihe Imperial jjarHaibent or ihe parliament o! Canavla in con- net- liou the mutler. He (urlber tbat it was neccssay Uiat lhe tonimiss-lon should have authority to sit at what rlacea h :night desh'd and thnt It vaa the desire o'. lhe Ca: nadfan goverument thai the invfs- ft hich the from e- snow and roofs. for sbouM be thorovigb ami do! ay. be its' Necessity la support of the necessity for itr euce lines, IIP still holds the view Ih'jt I be boW. ilr. cirriws. Tte carrying unit is a fis- limvtoa points ;out that tlie Jlucs ed unli. It would bo against ihe in- tormlng p.irt of. the conference are the Allan, C.N'.K., CuMv'J, Uo- nilnlou, DonultiEOiJ, Jianches. te: and Thompson Hues, which Issue a tariff for .the different seasons dniwu lo include general minimum rates on practically all cotumoailies of Ihe carriers but iu favor o'f the commerce of tbe country U a host." hying Lnable hy reasoa of the stale of the ujf.rket to obtain a yro- cargo at regular rates, co-jld not be loaded with fioods which would oaly more hy reason or the CT ai least the chief commodities.! menrs that a rate cut at the last hour moving. These minimum rates so-i On the other baud, tkero vailed, -.are. practically the maximum} would seem to be no reason why Stan- thai the lines obtain and shipper'is a pOFltton to kiioa- tbe rate be on n given couuuoiiiiy within a given period. This svstem appli'ts oaly to iitaxlmuiu rates should net be a" independent authority u3 Ul> Increase allowed except Mth T'0 I'oasent of that authority. Mr. niylou tiuotes a number of Cora- 'a'sts which' have been inado, not- Wj- by the C'acadtau laillers as to being unfavorable and. in- esleru movement, while uo Pil'-h i rates arc Issued insofar as tbe east- he replied utou the Emitted taa ,s aul hrse Increases m rales and the fall- insle3d, weeWy lists are ISSMJ I He draws allealloa to the ins off of the Talio o, imports from from (ifflc tjrae fo w vosMm ot lhe (hn Great Britain The tnves- fo7 ,he cana'dlaii Uoatrol of- woaia be Iraucs- ligation, as he lad asked for, included -Mptt. lo kDOW Ws rate5 to work on! and would be'a flour.or wheat may be in a tnoath's! detriment to the shipping interests. Draytou says tbat it has i f'urlner, they claim that Uie iocreased as us freight traffic. tn addition to discussing the matter ibe luii.erifil authorities, he tuet-been w Mnviocc }nsofar (he of the different !-ff-ence iMs Vines that are in conference with each' rathf.- and he.ird a-statenjentof their position. As n matter oi fairness to the companies, he stated it is cnly dye to them to point out that the ex- penses of the carrying business has are justifiable no', only bv the meat fs concerned. Tbe reason ad- wliy the .conference can gTven to the shipping wliea west Is thnt thtre is a srarciiy an ,cost of service, but by the thp m0vej peculiar! foundation for the Canadian lo. Tee companies (juo'te a num of orie'tlnic revenue irins cbmmodilics, which have disappeared. They claim that very largely iscreued that a may be a Wrci.y of space room on the western movemenl while! all steamship rates arc regul- certain b, advance would undoubtedly j the eastern movement. The position.) be rtiuonable, if the previous rites toj lhe companies is that they should .b only offend fair returns to tha fae allQWert to ,ate advantage of the rate wo.i con: pa me. To the proposals of Mr. Drajlon, the Board of Trade replied Uiat tbey Tiad considercJ tbe argu-. raents or EiiKReetioas advanced by of co-operation in a joint ussl sborfage and be alloived to charge greater rate fer liandHiig tho lar- ger tban the smaller amouuts. It sboulJ b'e noted that it is ly supply and JemauO and Uial If tbe'rates .-arc. iffoWbllive. there I. .be'no snipmcnLs and a new ild be necessarr. Mr. Dravtou quotes to. this effect: Blnct Xoble, who attended the unofficial .conference which lie had with of lhe liters' at made on t lelte-r by Lord of Ca tq tbe! 1SIO. In west, the eastern rates this conclusions of the con hare been so remtmeratEve cedes'thai confederated lines- may irgely Increased number of tramp j make a rate out of proportion to the boats liavp gone to Montteal empty. met with rwponse from (hm to get eastern cargo, trnraent until the present tune, effpct situatioa Is en the fifteenth of April. in pur wn0n thg esport suance of a resolution passed by ihc; ed Euffident faciHHe ]yK, acid the Ollava, Onl.. Nov. report iat -the Bijou that the fcealtii of the Durliess of loiter'mayoralty aspirants ate con- CoQnr.ught is such as to cause It is' thought that xiety given a definite and th'.Titatke' denial this morales The candidates arc blossoming Out )mperiai conference of 1911 ou the! to sPeak Trcotion tbe Canadian Prime Minis- by Arthur Sfarfen, secretary to his ftoy- the candidates Face to face v.'ith many -who do not go to other Thp pictures- will be shown and lhe speech from the can- the-Duke of will be that on Sir. -Sladen asked ihe prws to an- _ since the return of wmniissioaerships will Le ter, a joint royal ccmimsslon ap- pointed in whose terms of Tefertute, the nueation. of: shipping freight'was included. Australia Favorable. ter is not afford- s by lhe oceaii he is penalized for that sit- uation. Mr. "Dray ton-gives a immher. ui value of the goods aiid as a result ex- tinguish the traffic, Lut as a.further coroUarj'. a fresh rate-would event- ually come into existence, ton 'concluded by saying >Jr. Dray, that Ibis by a member of the coni- ffrenceMo the condition under which" the business o? any" fmporter could be ul temporarily ures'of shipning-niid caTtase couid appear justifying" Uic canal-.tolls and Liverpool dock lolls and.-proceeds to state Tbe question of shipping rates "as. that no shipper has supplied Mm "with program.; CandiilaUs for the iir -016 ilso raised at the cooference by tbe ie minisftt of Australia. Since anFOinlraent of the royal "-com- nuchess to Canada, her health haslcomp- All -they -haTe to do is to we mission, it hns visited Australia and really improved. 1-le said he failed to Manager and arrange the f'bft- .understand how such misleading re- ports had joce abroad, as.lhe health Duchess vas quite satisfic- lory. The Only Way To Stop Drinking -The irreaUtne craving desire which drives sit drinking men on and ulti- Creeks tlieni physically, men- talrjr'and financially can be rfmoved hy the Jfeal Treatment IQ three days without use gf hypodermic injec- tion E- A ot at once and in vest f gal e Xeal Treatment. It is a safe, sure remedy. CMI or Mite INSTITUTE, 8ZO'.13th Are. West, Calgary Phone W. 4525 riale. Pleads Misrcpretentation Tifi Supreme Court is engaged to- day hearing case of Haujj Bros. and LW., W.R. Dob- bin. This case revolves about the sale of an engine to Mr. Dobbin In 1939, Mr. Uubblti clajmlnf that iho engine, made in the United States, did not I live up to the requirements of the Alberta act respecting steam aod that the saJe! vras marie uii'der misrepresentation. Mr, Sybject lie Ilcv. H, topic at the services in the hall this Ti W. Seeds, of Xanfon, assist. w Zealand and has taken.ex'tdeoce on the subject of-freight ra'tes. be- tween the United Kingdom acti those dominionF. Under the circumstances, tiie board, after consuHation with the secretary of state for the colonies, states that it would not be possible :U the.present stage to advise his majesty's government to appoint a second commission, repr'senllng Can- ada and the "United Kingdom only, to Investigate a subject !s al- ready being examined by the royal commission and which body will very shortly he taking evidence in any MDformation supporting the gen- eral iironositlou that the British rref- erence has by the in- creased rales. Ttere was no doubi itlic incteisa in rates in recent years has had a det- rimental on tho Irafiic and may account in part for the in'ratio .of British exports.- The demand for an Investigation made by the Caniadlan government and acceded to as above noted by the Imperial aulhoritie.-. Is justified by the exigencies of the traffic mov- ing in either direction. Slnct his re- turn. Mr. Drayton says that he has tbe .0. P. R. has stated that IL has Trlthdrawn from the' At- "aniic conference. He Is unaware vesligaUon.' He eiiiresses his obll- gatioa'-to tbe depaytnient of trade and commerce and the Montreal har- bor commission for valuable inforria- tioL supplied. The annual meeting of the share- holders of the Crow's Nest Stone Co., Ud., was held at the office of the company. In Lethbridge on Nov. 'J2nd After the annual report and" othor matters 'pertaining to the ijympany's business had been disposed, of the a board of directors and in any event, the hoarM nointed j whetlier this action ip dictated by a out such a body could not be consti- [change of policy on the part ol colnpaoy tilted without leeielation and- could not get to work before next year, by which time tbe Dominion's Royal coin- mission would he visiting Canada. It coiopany. or Is the natural outgron-th of tho conflict bcUeen the German and C. P. R. which 370 In an- cthev conference, lie thinks the nre- ed'wlth, resulting as follows; John Hruce. HoweH Harris. Oliver, C. O. Simpson, liarrod, 31, McDon- ald, T.'rJ. Pattison. From-the above a wilHngneas to comrmmi- sent opportunity for" investigation is VkTja- Oliver was elected preeident, 0; jcate with the Royal CotnmifRion nowio! too much value "to be abandoned Wentworth county council, by a wort u lhat vote of to fi, has giren D.ndas ibe of shipping rates should he inveaUsat-l .on points --jui EmiijJuiE. iawa auuuiu ue out that govcrntnenUl control is dif- affairs as cWtain'con-lUiL rtkh ai, board of irajc hoped thai in lhe cfr-, ply lo railways do not apply to ocean G- Slmiison, and geti- "cral- raQDager and McDonald secretary-treasurer. .The" company has a capital or COC' and operates a sandstone uiii Nemo and Warner Rust-Proof Corsets Dainty Hand-Embroidered Kerchiefs from Old Ireland We just uponpd our holiday sluck of Haiul- Uori'biefs. They ;ue simply pi'rfwl. want you lo MT Ibc Swiss ;iml l-iviicli K nil iroulc roil 'Kfix-liii-rs. wilh Hie dainly lloral in Ihe corners, ;il 15o up ol 75c. But the roal (mil in store for you is Hie Irish Linpn llanilkerclilefs, ilired from AKOOYXK, livhuul. 'riicsc lianil embrnidered by lhe peasants. Nicely box- ed, from ?1.00 to ?3.75 pi-r half dozen. Ribbons for Fancywork Here in Great Vanety-'Choose Early New Ribbons for tlfj lioltdav trails. Just the thlcff for fancy cusltions, Ijclls. noJ countless other vii'if Choicest cues EO Orel. Sje these toiroiraiv -1'. A Choice Collection of Silver Mesh and Beaded Bags now Ready Priced considerably lower than usual. Just taku a look I'u'.uiu first, then see the values u-o to offer. iin AJ1 Lovely goia, silver or black bended bags 'm' Linen Sheeting, Pillow Tubing, also Guest Toweling and Embroid- ery Linens Embroider" a' pair of J.lnen Pillow Cases, or a pair of sheets for vo'jr friend. "We have the tuMns SOc a yavj and two-ynrd-xldc llneii sheetings nt {l.Otl to a yard. New TovrelltnE 75c New finest e or to 75c. Embroidery Linen The Dolls that 'Made Such a "Hit" J Last, Christmas Here Again Jusl a side line Tdth us. Every Xmas sell about 505 dolls at Dry-Goods profits. See the big doll are selling for Jl.35. Then see the Dutch KWs. have tliem ready, for your insp'ec- lion. Our stock of Lined Unlined Gloves for Women -Never' was Better Dent's Ftfivnes. Ferrins, Ihe. world's best makers, laa, grey, or Suede, linings; Mocha wiEiPfur linings; Mocha >ntts, 51.00 to S5.00. and the best 51.35 Kid Glove In the world, fully. guaranteed. Warner's Front-Laced Corsets are Fa verities with Good Dressers, "Front lAced''' Corsets lo stay. Formerly you couM not set a pair for less llian now we can show you perfect fltttn? Warner Corsets it from 52.50 to {5.0'X Try a. pair. 'Our liberal "try on nt home" policy viill make- yon a pleased customer. Perfect Fitting Union Suits for Women' at Lowest Prices Tie largesi and most comnlete'stocl; of Ladies' and Children's Connjinatlons in Lctiibridse. 16 dtllerenl styles u> choose trom at prices ranging .from 11.50 to 53.00 a suit. If yon ?iave had trouble geUing'.'what you want, they, bavc it. RYLANDS CO. THE "SELL-FOR-LESS" STORE at Brocket, on the Crop's Xc3l Rail- way. The stone is a iighl gray color, even texture amJ color and, being solid'lor 05 feet hi and it lielng the only qunity tu Western Canada'where stone of any ilimenaiou can be quarried.. The company started operations iarly .in, 1513 but owing to trouble and delay ivlth the C. P. My. in 'getting in their spur trac'K It was not until Sep- tember they were able to shiji atouo and they are closing up their year's business with two bank contracts, at Medicine Hat and The com- pany hai'j uoeirhlghlr on llio riuallty of the stone and work- mnnthip on tlieje liuSlilngs. Tho ciuarry is -etiiUppGd with the moat modern and up to machinery wid hoiats, 'the latter being !0-toas cap. acily. TJie company have fffteea buildings on their property for the accommodation of. their employees, etc. Tho company nill employ from forty men during from sk la eight mouths in the year and wilt mamifacturo the stone at tht quarrie or will ship Jn ihe rough if required, .N'ow Is the lime for all good men to Good Night! KIRKHAM BROS. Good Night! 4 More days of the final clean-up selling out sale. Auction Sale every afternoon at 3 p. m. starting Wednesday. Saturday the Urand Clean-up Day, Auction Sale till 10 p. m. Everything must bid us adieu, You bid what you like Attention to Our Windows 1 We have certain goods Unit have a reserve price jnit on them, plainly marked. J'iek yoiirprcscnls ni once, if you must practice economy, liorcis the place lo start. You Svill tc the loser if you do not grab this opportunity. China, Cut Glass, Wine Glasses, Jardinieres, Cutlery AVhaf is Xinas'J Where .could you do bolter limn nMhis, Dinner sets, Hotelware, Chamber war e, Tumblers Do not hcsihile; gnib wlint yon wnnl Xow, jiuyiug for it is the easiest part, of lini do not tliis n-nl golden opportunity. .He who is a loser. Do not forget Saturday is the last day-Hurry. Xmas comes once a year, this chance once in a lifetime KIRKHAM BROS. ARE SELLING OUT Auction Sale at 3 p.m. SATURDAY IS THE LAST EM-HURRY Auction Sale Everyday at 3 p.m. ;