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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'niurdaj-, October IS, THE LETMBRIPGB DAILY HERALD ijjpg I -1 "-1 ..'Vl 'IfJL-i'J'y; VrJft. WHAT THE DOCTOR, ORDERED When your physician prescribes whisky, its quality is just'as important as the the drugs'in the prescription, Whisky for medicinal purposes should be pure and properly matured. Royal Reserve Whisky is kept for eight years- in wood before bottling, as attested by Government Certificate. It is absolutely pure and of the highest therapeutic value. If you are not under a physician's .care, but like a little good Royal Reserve is just what the doctor would order. DEMAND THE BRAND Row, ROYAL DISTILLERY, HAMILTON, CANADA Page 7 THE CANADIAN BANK -v OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED Canon City, Coio., Oil. I criminal, showing at Krues to violent inBanlty. a prisoner the [wnitentlarr bis. laen transformed Into a geatle, nun, perfectly sine. Tlio ikill of tha aarseoo has mude Ixa k cew man. Recently' its 'ifciill .uephfned and a pressure on the brain removed. Warden Tynan announced (hal his ours had Wen effected. Tntli the. operation, tiflit of Lee's jem-had-been'replefe Inal acti and periods "of Insanity. He went to.the penltetillaiy id December to. serve from two. to. five years f6r .burglary and grand 'He wcg sullen aad mean; he constantly defied "the .warden Ignored the Two monllia'ago he at: taolced a fellow prisoner and wben put' In showed Indies'' lions of Inianlty. f: Until Jeff old lio'lras a quiet, well mannered, lovable. boy. Th3n suddenly he lecaice a veritable Httle demon, the terror oi his neigh- borhood. rapidly drifted Inlo crime, and spent most of bis "early yotrt In reformatories. 'Recently warden the wan, discovered that' his 'criminal tenden- cies followed. Imnedlataly.an 'accident which caused a doprfiMlpn'of Uie'iikuH and- he arranged tor operation. Surgeons remoYed' j bone1 and scraped the was pressing on. tie Almos! instantly.-thc stillenneBs' and meanness ivanislied and thc-sweet disposition bpyr liqod returned. Tynan, ..says his intelHgenceiaUo has'iiunravcd -'Jeff l.pe's moral'Sense'is ivas when'be 7iHas a'ama'ir-hby.V-'s the" warden' today.-' 'would-.'not now consciously" "do wrong. Avhal trephining might lead -to none of {is .can tell. It 'might prove that hundreds of our haaitual criminals are. nol 'criminals aL poor sick suffering from a pressure on liie Listo-'el will loan the Per- fect Kniltlng Mills Co. Note-the dressy this Penman Sweater Ckgrt It drapes the figure as gracefully as a custom tailored garment because with exuding care to fit -Ifie varymg physical types of men women and children. i Penmans Sweater Coats retain their martdoiis and picasint shape mide from the teslsehcltJwool. You know you need a sweater there are scores of occasions when it is Vogue. Ask for a v a knit coat you'll always be proud of. Penaans liiiied Paris, Sweater! for this '87 Hon. Mr. Foster.Confers With JDominion Marine Association Representatives -v KNJT GOODS MM MM Ottawa, Out Oct. IT.-An im- portant phase oi the Canadian grain movement was discussed at a f nee of (he Dominion Marine iion and Lake Carries in the ofhce of lion. (Jeorge E. Fostfr, E. Koslcr, minister of trade and commerce morning wten the question of (he comparative rates charged m.tho catryirf cf tne west- ern crop from 'ibe heaJ of the laVes, to Georgian Bay ports and to Buf- falo respectively, came in lor dis- During Hie past few years the proportion "of. Canadian grain shipped to American ports has bein increasing rapidly, so rapidly, indeed, as to cause spine serious conjecture upon of Canadian au- thorities.' In 1312, durir.g the seaBon cf navigation over 40 per cent, of wheat moVfd Irom Foit found its way to BuKalo. The pro- portion this it is expected will be even greater. According to the report of the de- partment of Trade Commerce, fifty-three million bushels ol Cana- dian grain fxnm'd its way to CanaiJiaa ports and 41 ifiillion to American ports. In 1910; 'the proportinn was to' Canadian ports and only Ig.QQO.OQO to American ports. The minister, stated thai this in- creased division oi Canadian grain southward should be explained Irom the .Canadian carrier's The question'oi rates charged by the Canadian lake carriers is believ- ed to have some bearing on the suh- It is a well'known 'ac-t to at a fNrencc oi even "one sixteenth cf a cent a buihel.on wheat will have the effect of diverting the. traffic io t-he cheaper all other coa'ditioas being fairly equal. Figures compiled by the Pcpatliuenl o! Hallways, and Canals for 1912, show ihat CanadiaD lake rates were higher from the head ol.the lakes to QcorgiRn Bay ports than Amurican rates from the head of the lai'es The tate per ton per wile from Fort William to Foit- Wil- liam to points was :163.: _ Repres'entativts ot the late ship owners morning were in: clined to place the hlame lor the tii- of frAfKc'.of-AniericaTi pro- fUs-irom the Montreal-end. They de- ..Jed. a- deplorable lact'of facilities iherc-which er.cour- aged the movement'via Buffalo and Xeir York.' The essence of a con- tract for tHe deln'cty oi -wheat, they pointed out, is on -titue. NET; Yort is the mecca of the tramp trade and quick loading'and delivery1 arc therefore assured. 'A', mofe favorable insiirarice ta.te alsg charged by Bntish companies'to' sBips frcighticg fmm'NeTr York than Ifori> Montreal, vh'ere the rale in- creases as season advanrea. The uncertainty of- toanagft ''from Moafreal in tlrr.e ol western pres- they clainitd, was otft d the chief causes for-the o! the BuBtlo. They further claiined thai the rate per bushel charged by tl.e Canadian rtsscls to Georgian lliy pi.tis was just about the same as that charged by American vessels to Buffalo, It ranged, they Said, between three and ja tiaM four a hushel Another question lAkfp. up the deputation with the iiiioisttr was the of Canadian coastal regu- jlations, whereby last year j bottoms were alEoved to load at the (head oi the lakes over wir.ter and carry grain to Canadian poris. Last- year these regulaVions were of American vessels were for storage- purposes during the winter, conveying (heir cargoes dowt; the lakes.in the sprlnc. The deputation protested 'against any further sus- pension unless the United Stales ;re willing to j-rant Hie conces- sions to Canadian vessels. It is im- ilerstood that the minister assured tlicnt that he did not contemplate a situation this season which wouM such action necessary. Cardstofl, Oct. wittnot be represented this year at the Inter- national TJry Farming Cotitress at. Tul sa, pfclabonia. But'tbe dlstftct will -IP represented in'the? exhibits at Congress. Arthur' Perry Is the only exhibitor from tile very of the province. ,His bushel of'Mar quis wheat'haft gone south. Mr.. Perry also sent some b'Vrvdle grain and grasi, A ahea'f of oats and a aheat of Marquis wheat, wllh a. bundle each of timothy and western Rye grass com- pleted the displfiy of Insl year's 'winner in (ho individual display class. The coat of shipping exhibits tended to.cut down liio amountiof stuff-sent from. Cards ton. There. IB much good grain grass that could have been sent' or jle.'per hundred Is too much for ant individual' exhibitor to. put tip of his Mr. and Mrs. TqcJ.Gourlay, who have spent the summer on the Bar K ranch "of trio Knight Sugar Co., near gratru movM into Csrditpn this wook and w.111 spend the winter In town. The Ladies' AH Society of St. And- rew's churcb were at Mrs. Nelson's home at Spring Coulee this week for their regular monthly meeting. A number went by train and wftre guesU lor lunch and dinner. LIQUOR PRESCRIPTIONS. Drjggmt of Lonctoft, Ont, New point Jn LlCfi.nie Law. Y pot, OcL T. A, Losh- r fry, 'a .druggist who was te- fore' Police Magistrate Judge Galpin. with eel ling liquor without a. admitted ;that he pre- crirXioi-. for liquor, Th'c'iiiaKislralc'cotisidered the point tte.yrell taken ifniJ. sUted that he ould'teserv.o bis .dcciBlbii wcoV. The judgment Ja expected to.te one of fro me in that It en lu in older to relieve the congestion the elevators ar-d a large number DEPOSIT.BOXES. LODGE Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes FmjMBK AJ-H.T TO Lefhbridge Branch R, T, Brymner, Mgr. CUIIIY OF -Macleod, Oct. the S-jprfcrnft Court before a jury, Wasyl Mudri, a Russian of Paasburg was charged with iRiiacc Kaleatli, a fellow coun- considerable lime hearinj the dcnce erf tbe for tto prose- culfon had (o be fnterpretrU, but In the end the accused was found r.ol guilty, A verdict which Judge Harvey said nas quite Justified oa the evidence before them. Dr. J. M.P., Etrongiy criiizts tfc? government lor its pro- HmUatton of the Prison lie- iry man. In April fast by striking Mm j fonn Commission's fniufry Inlo cbarg. on the head with a glass tumbler. es he preferred to events during The court was occupied for some paet live years. ffiese are 'the Loads that lanif the Laurels! AND Powders BALLISTITE (Dense) A.waterproof powder of high velocity, yet gives lower breech pressure than any made.- Considered the "fastest" powder ever put into NEW EMPIRE (Bulk) Specially adapted to the Canadian climate; posi- tively will not deteriorate. Uniform, close pattern, very light recoil. Yalj can get BALLISTITF. atitl NEW EMPIRE pen tiers in any shell loader! in Specify tltcm anil gut highest resuffs? sml No Man Is So Particular "Ate His Or Overcoat As We: Are "L] _ He can't afford to be so particular. He can't afford to spend the hours aiid'days and years in studying patteriii UIOOSJHJJ Unioii'ia linings. Wecun. It our business and our bwiness life, We create, criiicize, compare, in order that our ow work and oor valuei will be beyond the criikiirn Ot-ihe nwst particular.jnsiv Let us sfww you .some of the Suits and Overcoats thai we fully up to the criterion of the most.particular man, M McKelvie McGuire ;