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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Jfohn-fay, October THE LKTHnniDGE IUILY THE ONE THING TO REMEMBER IS NOT TO FORGET THAT THE CHOICEST MEATS ARE TO BE HAD FROM G. A. DEL A THERE IS NO DANGER OF EUROPEAN COMPLICATIONS THIS IS IMPORTANT TO BOTH OF US assists the cl'igCKtioii ordinary food. That is' one reason why. it is so valuable sis an addition to gravies, Hoiips ami sauces. It is also in itself highly nuti'HioiiK. Dr, Andrew Wilson says iiisu'trueluml. TORIES ASK FOR RECOUNTS JYcdericton, N. B., Oct. tion for a recount of the votes cast In Sunbnry-Queens at the recent ejec- tions will "-probably be made before .Itidgo Wilson in chainb-ers here pio- morrow by the repiesentatives of Mr. Luther B. Smith, the Conservative 'candidate in the constituency. At the conclusion of the third session of turning Officer Dykemnn's.declaration Col. McLean, the date, was elected by ;i majority'of 10. Total vote was to Charlottetown, P. 15. I., Oct. tf. J. Hughes, Liberal, was declared elected for King's L. Pras'cr. The offcial figures are 532 lo Tlie Conservatives ask- ed for a recount which begins next TWO MILLION FOR CHURCH PROPERTY Montreal, Oct. .Tamos' odist Church and gro.unds were soH todny for There Is ihMiL square feel, with .a frontagu on St; .-Catherine of' 2.35" root Alexander street 'feet, onvMiiyoT street 235 and on City Council- a street 330 fxt, or at the rate of about per su'iirx1 foot.. While many guesses have been .as salcuof, this big .prop- is safe io say that ths Was ratified today. Mr. J. C.. Mc- Greevey, of Winnipeg, ie er. This genttemaii has been very ac- tive during the past- five.-months in. buying farm .lands" for the Canadian. Northern Railway to north ot Mount Koyal, but the purchase today Is one of the'biggest he has'yet con- cluded. Mr. McGreevey's connection with the Canadian Northern Railway has been very, close, and there is lit- tle doubt his purchase today is in tlreir behalf. Many rumors lave been'Current as to the location of the Canadian Northern, terminals, but the present transaction seems ettle that problem. White the plans of tire railway have lot been given out-, it is pretty cer- ain that from the .utterances from me to time of Sir William Macken- zie and Sir Donald Mann, that the en- ninco to the city will toe -by tunnel mder Mount :.Royal. Electrical ingines for the the terniin- il are also on-lira cards, nnd if they .re finally adopted much of the niiis- nce of a big station will 'be avoided, ml the usual depreciation In nearby iroperty will not take place. SALT LAKE IS SUPPORTING Looks as Though Con- gress Would be Landed With Ease Next Saturday afternoon tho special banring the Lethbridge boosters to Colorado Springs will leave the city on their eight days' jaunt, with the den of advertising the possibilities 'of bridge and Sunny Alberta to the vorld, and with the one object -in mind, to bring to Lethbridge for 1912 he seventh ''meeting of the Interna- lonal Panning Congress. Plans are practically complete tor the ex- and MrV Downer, who has the'-'sneciar train hr charge is well pleased with the armngem-ent. Tliat the excursion will be SUCCOSB- ful in its object seems to be almost ESCAPED FROM REFORMATORY Laat nlglit about midnight Const Geoghegan picked up a young' man about 17 years of age, who had just arrived in-.Lire city from tlic South He was taken'In charge on informa- tion from St. Anthony's Reformatory. stating that a young fellow ttrf Charles A. Dowd, had escaped from the institution some time pre- Jiiid was thought to be head- ed for Canada. When taken to the station, the yo.ung man proved to be the right per son, so he was held, pending; instruc .ions from the immigration depart- ment. This Gillespie wired he boy's parents at Idaho Palls, :isk- ng sent after him, md this-will Hkely lie done. Dowd appears to be very sorry lis escapade. He was not destitute whe.n he landed, but was all hat stood find bankrupt- y. The police are pondering once morc-tUc old.problem how such peo- le are allowed, to cross the line, when he law plainly "flays that the immi- T-ant must have at'least ?25 before he be allowed to enter; Canada. Mrs. DaTM Wright, of PeU'olcn, was found dead near her pouHry- liousc. assured. A telegram was received {jiv city yesterday stating -that Salt Lake City lias decided to support Leth bridge for the Congress in 1932. This is gPod.aews to the people, of Leth- hrjug-a, who that their qb- j-act will Jjo attained without difficulty ,1-lowever, :there :ptli- er cities which have strong .bids in for the congress for next yWr, and Lethtoridge cannon-affordv to tet .up on the energetic manner hi which they are going after the meeting.' A letter was received by the Board of Trade this morning from the Spokane Cham her of Commence, stating that they understood Lethbridge was out to land the Congress, aad promising the of their" delegates. The management of the special train would like it understood that if- then; are any people who would lik-e London, Oci. close of thw week sees a gradual Improvement in tho Internutloiwl situation. Well-In- formed circles .hero in close touch with th-e Foreign Office do not anti- cipate the European conflagration which, for a time, threatened to fol- low the attack by Italy on Turkey. Gvsrman and Austria n Influence seeing to have boon successfully exert ed to prevent the ambitions of tholr ally on tho iittera! of. the Ad- riatic, and towards localixLng Lho trou- Irlo in Tripoli itself. In none of the chancellories of Europe have there been such outspok-en expressions of aiton I aliment at the hardiness of Italy In making what is generally regarded as an unprovoked attack, as Ber- ilin, whniw ambitions for a port on the Mediterranean (ire well Jcnown. Tho trouble of Berlin statesmen, 'na turally, meet with -little sympathy here, for It IB recalled that It was Germany alone who inspired Austrl- ans a couple of years ago to seize Bos- nia and and incidentally to tear un an international treaty to which ahe had h-een signatory. A more cheerful feeling prevails here as the outcome of the present hostilities: The Turks app-aar to have tiie Baflcan situation w'oll in hand, and Austria is hardly likely to expose her eastern flank when relations with Italy are strained. It is posible -next may see the exchange, of pour through a CHURCH SERVICES Church of Christ of Latter Day School -10.30 a.m. at vnights of-' Pythias Hall, Fifth St. First Baptist. W. A. evitt, pastor. 11 a.m. Morning iser- ice. 12.15 Adult Bible Class. 3 p.m. unday School. 7.30 p.m. the last of le series of special, sermons, subject, The Man on the Tree." Pastor will reach at both .services. Wesley T. P. Parry, istor, will preach m each service, orning subject, "Back to Christ." veiling subject, "On Reading." Sin ay School and Adult Rililo J3 p.m. Mr. Hhynd Jniuiosou will .sin at both church services. Tho ly official board will meet at the clo: of the morning neutral po-wor, with a view to extrlcat ing both pnrtlcs with-a little less of national dignity to each, as IB poaslbfe under the circumstances. Uteful Effect I'nris, Oct. Turco-Itallun I'm broglio has had ouo iiBoful effect In. distracting the attontlon of tho French p.ubllc, always keenly alive to Interna- tional ahufflos. from tho tenatlvo bar- gain made i'ur Lho tlement of th-e Moroccan dispute. Tt was realized all along by the French Cabinet that the gravest dan- ger to a settlement along th'a lines al- ready published, was mi outburst of Chftuvlniuiu on the part of the tuition which might very properly have bfl- come alarmed at the 'big territorial ac- cWfialonB proposed In the French Con- go. It looks as though Italy engaged In pulling French ch-astiiiita out of tho fire. Lc Petit Journal pub- lished a cartoon to tills .effect. Will Hold General Election London, Oct. Constantin- ople correspondent of the Daily Chron- icle says the gumnionhig of the Turk- ish Parliament has been purposely postponed, with tlm object In vtew first to hold a general election; In which it is hoped to eliminate a nuni- her ot the members of committee i of union and progress from their seats. The new Cabinet will bo re- j formed. If the parliament met now I corespondent says, the Su'ltan would immediately dissolve It. MARKETS WINNIPEG CATTC'E MARKETS fRcport Prepared by nice Whaley) Receipts for Past week Prev. week Cattle Calves Hogs Iieep The 6626 453 8S2 292 trade this week was 2020 146 204 310 little to make this trip to Denver, Colorado Sjirhigs and Salt Lake City without .using the sleeping cars, they can do tiie railway fare for th-e round trip being A first class coach will be attached to the train. Tickets are now on sale with Fred AV. Downer. AVIAJOR'S NARROW ESCAPE AT MONTREAL MEET Montreal; Oct. the opening lay 'of the second Montreal aviation neet here Charlie King, n Jiis Farnum-Curtiss machine, WHS he only one to attempt a flight. Some- hiiig went wrong-With his engine and le was dashed to the ground near n itone quarry, escaping death by a nar- ow his machine was endered useless. St. Cyprian's Church. (Anglican) Rev. W. V. McMiilen. rector. Air. T. M. Cripps of Cards ton will occup the pulpit at both services-tomorrow. Westminster Church (Methodist) Rev. A. A. Lytle, pastor. Mr. .Geo Heighes will preach in the mornin nnd Mr. L. H. physical dlrcc tor of the Y. M. C. A. in the evening Knox Church ister, Rev. A. M. Gordon. Sunday sei vices 11. a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 'Sumlaj School at. 3 p.m. All cordially invited St., Andrew's 1311 St. and 7Ui Ave. Norili. JUimstei Rev. W. W. Bryden, M. A. Sundn> services 11 n.m and 7.30 p.m. SUIKIII; School at 3 p.m. Everyone heartih welcome. St. Paul's First Lutheran At tho home of the, Rev. C. Grant 1509 6th. Ave., South.. Sunday 2.30 p.m. October Sth, no services, will be at Taber. Wednesday ROBIN HOOD FLOOR Makes bread, cakes, pies and pastry of 'uniform quality-always the gives confidence to the housewife in her ability to make good bread. No failures on halting day, when you use ROBIN HOOD FLOUR catechism class 4.30 p.m. ;nid bible study 7.30 p.m. Thursday afternoon, nonthly meeting ot" the Ladies' Cottii Society. First Church of Chrtat (Sciential) .Services. Sunday, II a. m. and 7.30 p. m. .Sunday School-12.10 p. m., sub' ject Wednesday evening, meeting at S o'clock. Tim Rending Koom is open to everyone every day from to 5 p. in. All ser- vices nro held in Hank Block, antl everyone IK cordially invited to at- tend. Church of Chrttt Meets in Kennedy's eHalI, 13th Street North. Lord's Day at 10.30 a. m. Bible School, II a. tn., Breaking of Bread, Wednes- day evening at. S p. m., at 630 Ltith SI. N., for Proyer and Praise. ..Fifth Avenue Boptlst Church, North C. B. McKlnnon. Pas- tor, P.itblif: Worship Sunday, H a. hi., and 7.30 Sunday School it 3 in. Prayer meeting Wednesdny even- ing "I P- ni. St. Auguttln't Church of England- Corner Sth St. nnd 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at S run. Matins 11 a.m. ChornI Kucharist (1st Sunday) II a.m. 'Sunday school 3 p.m. Rveiiaong 7.30 p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Hov. J. K. Murrcll- Wright, rectory 212 Sill St. south. j ensier hi spots but the weakness was norc noticeable on the common p.nd medium buyers for choice butchers were not able to fill orders owing to the lack of supply-of that class. The old country market being a cent, and a half below high time has placet! ex- >orta at a iprlce that quite a number re being taken tor the best butcher ,rade. Early this week some very choice jxports gold around 5.60 weighing over, 1300 Ibs. Choice butchers have reach- j ed G.25, the bulk of the best cattle sell-! ng from 4.75 to medium i jiitchers- from 4.00 to 4.40, common duds of butellers, cows .and. light, iteeiB and iheifepj 3.25 Ho 3.75. The receipts this week have been liiite-heavy but Quite a number were lirect for export and bad no, effect iiitthe sille market. Eastern markets aro 15 to 25 lower liis week ou common and medium attic, choice stock steady. "We look or all grades of good cattle to meet th -a good demand next week but ommon kinds will likely be slow tiel- I'O. We quote as follows, delivered, fed ml watered: hoico export steers and heifers_______ ?5.10 to ?5.3o Fair to good steers and heifers.. 4.75 to 5.00 Best butchers steers and heifers -1.75 to 5.00 Medium butcher steers and hoi fere 4.25 to 4.50 Com. butcher stuers nnd heifers ;i.fiO to 4.00 Export cows........ 4.00 to -Tim Host butcher cows 4.00 to 4.35 .Medium butcher cows 3.35 to 3.75 Bulls Common bulls Best stockera, tedders Light stockers to 3.00 I 3.25 to 3.50 2.75 to 3.00 3.60 to 4.25 3.00 to 3.40 Choice milkers and springers........ 40.00 ,to 60.00 Common to medium milkers and springers 25.00 to 35.00 Not enough hofi'3 coming to market now to make a! market so to speak. The bulk of the best hogs that have been here this week aold around Packers have been forced to buy lib- erally on eastern markets. Not many sheep and Iambs here this week so far. The beat lambs are selling for 6! cents with the. best sheep from 4.50 to 5.00. Calves .are getting pretty heavy and packers are cutting iprlces on the heavy veals. The best calves lire isell- ng at G cents with :i few at 6.50. Com- non kinds from 4 to 5.50. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Mar.., Oct. wheat opened 98' closed 98 1-S; November "opened 97 3-4, closed 9" 1-4; December opened 95 closed 95. opened 100 7-8, closed 100 1-S; M-ay (new) opened 100 5-S, closed 99 7-S opened 3-S, closed 42 3-4; December opened 39 3-4, closed 39 1-4; May opened; 43, closed 42 b-S. 'closed 222; November closed 219. WINNIPEG Northern 99 1-4, 2 Northern'96 1-4, 3 Northern 94. No. 4 91 1-2, No. 5 85, No. G 79, Feed 72. C. W. 42 1-2, No. 3 C. W. 40 1-2, Ex. No. 1 Feed 40 J-3; No. 1 Feed 40, No. 2 Feed 38. Barley 55, Feed 50, 1, N. W. 222. j American Wheit J opened 107 7-8, closed 108 1-2; May-opened 113, closed 112 5-S. opened.98 1-2, closed 97 5-S; May opened 104 1-S, closed 103 5-8; July opened 99 3-4, clos- ed 99 1-4; More Bread And Better Bread For Your Money At The City Bakery Than at any other Bakery in the City Phone 1181 STEEL MERGER IN ALABAMA The immigration arrivals in Can- ada for the five months ending Sep- tenbcr.l last numbered Baltimore, Oct. 'acturers' Record will say that 'tlm consolidation- of the..Iron iml Steel and Coal interests in Ala- wnm (is materializing which have Iwen worked out for ,hc final completion ot tha merger oE the Alabama Consolidated lion Co., and the Southern Iron and- Steel Co. Tiie committee which tho consolidation in hand represents some of the strongest Jnttrtutionsiii Xew many oE whom it is said, never before have been in, any way with (hr licvelopmcnts ot ilic Iron and Steel interests'of tho south ami also leading financial -in- tercois of England antl Canada. GET YOUR SCISSORS Cut this out and paste in your Telephone Directory WESTMINSTER MARKET 1055 This is the place where they make those Home Made Sausage Head Cheese, Potted Beef And Pork Pies A full line of the choicest meats always on hand The Westminster Market 310 13th St. N. Phone 1055 ;