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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ndaj. OHolM-r 20, lOii. iil. Phont 774. 0 sunsund si us an I ilouils ot I (lowers of ..lime logcllicr, V cmftot in il loi out, lioui (lituliebs bright liliii iiicnts weic suud Um ,Mi-s. and-Miss dray I hi, piociuls of tin Kinnnl'lfcc Sill wliich was held vcslenlay afternoon and evening in the Miners' Hall amounted to hundred and- twenty six dollara.en Two United States-Shlpi Seen Ifere are many ocean going craft gunboats ol II a ivovvcis including two We certainly have it ovei Miss I di llitih who iianu! lULhjtheui on the flat but tile flat t-i not Hie hostess is jirctU in blue enough of them Then there nomas ri'.vior lias as JiVis for few days, Mis. icUonilil of I ilj, voile" inounled on while, satin l Mrs. .1. H; Anderson presided over I the tea and'eolTec, while Mrs. W. H ycatlc cut the, ices at (lie dining t tblc whirc smiil lloi il ijipoinL more river steamers of goodly size, cotracetins l-Nnkow with bhangllia Ichang and ChangBa ind mm} lug? which githsr up the eis ind lunks ai d them-to llu mcnl uuc tin icil out in tin >er V I I L t 11 1 11-11 (Jl> HI l-l.ll U L gulandtil with siinil ,x .move about wit! I In i 1: I and laden with autumn .blossoms and i s tike ,i ind t eicli eoinei In dalilU bouquets oi Tu nd seom leirtbn In earnest Mis Osiai litninuiiti of 1 fui liiomis jr s loolol ileudedh 1'vjloi Ucdp-ilh St mil inndsomt in a hhtS >tlul, gown with ulnined home this 111011111% while mil luge, black ul j tel pitlnit int with f t W'K1 nfls Settle daintj in i. mil I) Slnw the c u Mi mil Mis I II tu bun ibbcnt "loiu (lie t u 101 j t wlnlt the pist ntek ictuined nomi eiih ]11gr pi until lul His I hts vilii )B tills nioinmg fiom hi intnisl wlneli is sllm d liviuc manifested in the Charily witli louches of whit ih is to be lit in in tin of I' 1 ed the unniiii; liifll Ilillowtan iiinhl Hit he a Imge sltcccss. and .Mrs. .14 Mi I inn Dull and .Mr. letinned h Mi jo1 iiul ic 1011 lUI n as well is tan bt expected Kit Ihc recent accident. Mi K. 0. Hazell left this .afli from Dull' Ubeitm loon jihte on ilttinoon Octobet IS, it 1 o clntl it the hon.c rOl Mis Mllgira Sniitli 221 rhu tientli li'tnllt cC4sl" L whtll liti djijhai Heltn I was uiiilcii in nnlllagt to C .lones. of t'lis civ In John CHrk oi Knox- chnrcii. 'I'lic liririe was hccoin- illirtd in ilnchessr satin .sister, loi I UEiu >o inctt Mis lvas down to the rhvjr for miles Facing it aic the Fnglish derm in mil fapanese concession Bn tain hab the lion sha e and the position. We have no share; conse- quenth it is not c i j to find the ericnn consul. c btaited needad rUiP walk got H then took a nib her tired rickshaw a'i- if it falls lo 'd'o.'J'a.II that is claimed, for it; pRVifllan Sage is n most bcnrficia) ind Mtair beautifiei not iiiLtl mid nif n of refincmenl thi bottlp oO cents erywhere T Stc that the girl Vubiii IK on each packago. gradunfes, who do not, to enter -the ten eh ing profession. H has a notabte' advisory 'hoard, composed in great, part of 'collpgo. pre- sidents. Virginia C., Gildorslccve, of Hanmrd, 'heads, 'the JlBt, among her HS- Hoclat'es nre II. Carey Thomas, presi- dent of Bryn Mawr; Jam'os Munt'oe iajJoi prcsidont of issn Mlpn Vit'A Pendleton, president "of 'Welles Mtirlon president of Smith; "Mary Cow, deuri 'of Had- and Gertrude S. Martin, adviser of women in Cornell. MEIGHKN'S ltG EftTATE Robert iMeighen, who died iiV" 'Montreal on July hist, left a large ostaie' iii [the piovincc 01 Ontaiio and )iu has lice i filed for in the sin rogiO rnurl I hp alue of the estate is estimated at 'So. of which il- is rt'prc'ucnt- tie bone whi ibout the Wit 'She bup H tonijlll Ul IUK lllH prillCih fiitan of II00 gold uirh month He upends it in Hankow Shanghai, Thlg month he may gt-l Mexican for i't: next month only flSl Me.v. Ue littKUofif Hie of his r_qom Otip ol on i Consuls lisa nctuali> accV-gucli a ifuefijHtion ill ol the uobble teppei (oins lluctu Atvf in iec nt veaib the- miAts uuiitd ou topnci worth 'ten' cash each. Tael the Unit of Currency The tael is the unit of Chinese cur- IUILJ It 13 fiot a. com but in Iduil a Chinese ounce grains) of pure sjlver. One tnel m.'ikcs ten mactf" nuce m tikes, tin cash 01 h J hat ih jus ue trouble. Theoretical- h the tael 'is cash. Vou may get eight, hundred or l.SOO.. ac- coidmj., to the ralio ot be twcen si'iver and copper. Tlimgs ore not thpj seem In China the} arc what they are. The woruVi .tael, mace, and canda'i cen'are'of Hindu-Origin and caure to China rfa the Malays. The word cash is .from the Portuguese cjilxa lut feliculu witl a sciuare SlSlJtJB, Ih it ma te serins to go bacl tiT'llfe'TsIn lo I) C ft >lltB in 1 luhet and ;iij e'rlor of; QW" i or Laufei for s ingots of ptite willed svcee from the Chinese lk) because pule vihei ut into fine tiireids A. slic u t piopei chunTi4 bill m frt fro u the there, idnging in grajns .._ ion wfth goh cents Bank, A11 ot uhlvhJ rj thou nid taels Viom to 'iSl ji in fineness from pt --ome idea ot the Vess in China eil 11 comp-u nn Sijy In to MAKKC'IS GR'AIN MARKETS Winnipeg, M V-, .Oct. October vheat opened.101 closed 101 7-S; N'oveniber opwied closed 100 .1-4; )eceinher opened, (17 l-'l. closed 97 1-4; opened 102 1-8, closed 02 3-8; JWy, opened 101 1-2, clos- ed 10.1 3-4. opened 44, closed 44 5-S; November opened 41 7-8, ilosed 42 J-2; Uecember opened 39 3-4, closed 40 3-8; Slay Quen.eU.'4i 5-S, cloa ed 43 3-S. opened 2SO, closed opened 211 closed 218 opened 221 closed 223. WINNIPEG CAST-fs-1 Northern 1.02. 2 Northern 09 1-4, 3 Northern 96, No. SO 4 It 18 1 2 Feed 70 1 2 Oatfc W. 44 1-4. 3 C. W. 42-.'Ex. 1 Keed Foeil A1-, 2 Feed 2 71., No. 4 .CO 1-3, Rejected 50..' 1 N. W. 224. American Whbat opened 110 losed.110 m opened 114 cloted Ha IS luh opened 116 H closed 118. opened 101, closed 102 IS Maj1 opened 10u U4 closed 14 Inlj opfined 100 IS closed 100 3-S. irgAing Room iiesbion ha take.u us i long way frpni the consulate. But I it for bad go to the' bank htjre nil ip a can if ge 1 i porch with flow01 s cha is ri4ig a tell and are ushered into ,n dniwlng and wonder if you shouldn't have' sent- wcnir card vo.ur good clothes. You woulji not be atiipiE ed to of enter, a-nd you ,.not'ice_ for. the .first time tli at there'is: .a "spot'of mud on your white canvas shoe and. regret that ion can t hick oiu But iDonsv Von. rriiist you the jou paid for yoiir. ticket -Shaiiglmi you had missed variou preteivtious -bu'lldlngs. Meanwhile, fin1. The Germans arc In an art nouveau p.Viace" imported direct from Berlin. At last we came to a flag pole and the flag. But no tin sign with the familiar grand old bird, of prey. Trted the fio it i modest tao itoried cottage, such as a Parsee might use'as a shop. A Chinese ser- vant directt IIP bai uouml down i side street And tbeie It is at the, sidt; entrance; .hack. Mr. Mosher, our- general thought tlmt entitled yon to a few shares of stock in the company. But 3011 discover tint the meils tie tra triflcy.-at the rate of a day talk of river trade lesre.t thai aie not fr ght thcie'is'i reil on in freights Jhe Japanese line ib fightinj, the com "bilie earning height foi nothing they say. J onr company will soou tihrov. n t cup Uid saucer with every chest of tea, are befiinnlns to feel sorry1 for Japanese. 'They have pluck, .you know. but.they -ar too ambitious, want to -be the eastern Urpct Britnin nil at once." NTo cb- jection for a while, especially as it proml a cheap and effective way of tleing the grass -In 'Russia's trail. But it ronies to cutting freighU to the tratJc, and giving a leSKon JiUd cutting nnW the cotton commerce. Japan might -become a back toward where Predict RUSKO War ,rn ghould be We go out and Am, fa0 the, th think s iw are to bine it btx. came here. we bung out 'in back ow we .can .at. least, flaunt our flaj; on the. Street of of ttint Husbin will do io Iipnn with llie licxt twentj'-four niontlis> Mali' kow dope says that war is bound lo come over Manchuria. Ami Japan--is whipped in taxed to-the doubling; up stag's, jiml she ran'i borrow money.- And if you .haven't money you ca-.-i't. fight. II B a shame to ta'iU about such Hut wo are lust renters.. Htoaly "to be'tiinifid out any day. The depart munt of state should .nqnip all first- j wniJJ1 ihero js B0. much of claas with portable, fold- teres, Ilt Chicago of CMna'. corrugated ztuc sheds, canvas L icross the rnei ib In t beautiful Chinese Milage j of nOOOOO ppople Up the ihei hevonil Mhe. Chitvase- quarter of Man- ko'w and the Han, a navigable t'anta would, do for sec'oml-chifis con- sulates. Chinese Money a Hodgt Podge When you get money from the bank yoii feel, you look at the pi'ie, like Uncle Timothy about to pay off die mortgage on llie farm. No eve-i though of the samp, denoln- ination. are nlilie, and -each lias a dif- ferent vitlue. which may depreciate bc- foro you have time to spend It. It which--centra here arc called, am is a tale of or dig-' reallv-oiiR in iutluutry, commerce untl toms Kuping or Tsaopltig1 tradf pcisibilllies Once iheli com liver for-900 miles.-Is-Hanyang.'an- other vllhifie with' inhabitants. To these atld Mankow'u and have as-many ..people aa- Chicago hail a few ago. as t he _ three which- centra here arc calleil, are industry, commerce und o( Shinghal the Canton I hen bined by slock in conwrmlons. therp is HIP "gb hnt eiecl up i it is nmi Mexican aay nolhi'ig of pro- vincial do'ilnis, notes leaned by foreign banks in China, r-ruvincial bank smc.I1 silver and copper, Rvfl'ry exchange from his own poim, of'view. KVcn the clienp copper cash of the coolie', varies'in value. And u fqr the foreigner, he muc h ptealnr thej suffpictl from they will prolmbly suffer asiiln rehell'Ion; revolulion, is bound to come, suy the wiseacres. .H.ut'tblft- is to become tho metroiwlta of 'China, tho most imiKircantj rlrhcrt tho largest not In Apia, 1 venture y In thy if TO SPEAKER Ottawa. Oct. the flrat, meeting of the cabinet yester day it, WUH that Dr. who has represented K'ast Grey In parliament since ISTlf next sptnlci of the Hquae of Commons PHAISi FOR CAUL Oci wt twenty mWtho Wuhan, towns .will llave niofe people thair'dilcano. Tliuy thu sttel and Iron rkg buntnr KrilpiiB lie the lart, est In the .world. (odu> lull Gies- rcr cord which "y of j predecessors Cjiilie cqiiaMcd fouid cer- talnU none caiilud hiin centeniM wi it adds that Caiuula' Is bctta and better umierHtood thioughout the cmphi h; Ills tfovcrnorahlp. i tyct arid in at OR HON ON Wlmlior 0 I1 i .in tci Di Kicfturd or olrieftt mid matt i oikera In Noun that im (untldul hll to the Condon tithe party ftt Hli end DhonO tht oam teloct Ur RemiHio mlnleUi ol nubile works J? Its candidate lie alto declares ho imblltl; insulted on the Btreei Or. Iteaume, itud will do slble to hit nomination FOY HAS THE REFUSAL Ottawa Js uhdentood tlmt i 1 JttoriiM general of Ontario, liiis hfttii offered the pointment to on tiilo Cotnt twitch the deith of Justice last spun the uppointinent 1 likely t5 lIoiiplHou 1 member for'Soiiih Slncoc, whose ac- ceptance would provide n for Ion. T. White LETHfclRIDGE MARKETS No. i Northern No. Northern, No 3 f N'orthern No o No 6 I'orthein f Albcrtd No. :i Alberta Red Np. 4 Alberta Red Np; 5: Alberta Red No. 6 Alberta Red Barley fso le.i No ndon. Oct.; a meeting of Middlesex CoiiBCrvatlveH to- Peter Hson MP st-ltod llttl had no intentioii. of retiring In ,ta- of Hon. W. T...Wi'nte, nor had he bee i ippioached with tin, oflei of i senate seat FATAL TRAIN WRECK Marshall, Tesai .Oct. One per- n was hilled .and. fifteen seriously in- red in tho wreck of a passenger .rain here! today. PAYMENT.OF M. P.'S London. Oct. Karl of Dud- ey Awaking at-1 Worcester regarding ,hc payment of members, saiil that while lie Ironed Great. Britain woirtd follow the lead of ,tbe colonies in many, directions he trusted she would .ever lollow Hie cjamplc of some of lie ovorneM regarded as 'verj which tent men to par- lament wllo existed solely on tlie sli wnds found them by their statw. Men who had engaged in professional or labor llfn if Hioy solely engaged n 'lial'ilaim.'nt and after a Vew jyars service' rnaty and out'of touch'with changing conditions anil their salaries xjcaime a seat of old age pension, Hudson's Bay Co. SATURDAY WILL BE A BUSY DAY AT THE BAY Unshrinkable Underwear Boys' Felt Laced Boots Foxed foi Tlilln and S ituulai plajinod a dearance of if such well known makes, as iae'1'ee Brand; Ladles' Veste and of nu; tural wool. Children's. Vests and Drawers Hi, natural and. white wool. Children s Combin itims, in and'natural; a complete range at' sizes that were in tllo reKiilnr'ivax' excellent value at SI 10 You cannot afford-to miss opportunity that wilt never cur again. All at one price !Underskirt Bargains] fi_-_-_n_-_n_n_n-r_-Tj- f TIitL rcguUi JtOO will find bnycM-s on Friday ;inil Sautvtht} Men's Underwear Ue turneil out foi ind Saturday selling- a complete viinge of.Bizea in Jlen's Vesta only uid a thorough good lot-they .are. Jlcn'-j Extra Heavy Uva iliins for Striped Wool, Lumb's and Fleece Included! offei the entirt, lot regard les o( their original urice on Fri- day and Saturday only at'per gar- The early caller will surely sett some choice barsairts in "MoreeuV 'English SUk" and Silk The shadc-3 are principally but a feu- tire in green, mauve and-, raiduial The regular prices were from LO but on Situidii) md-ke aB; exceptional oftei of the lot at Blouses Down Comforters belorc hus Biuli a goldeii oppottunih occurred to the ladles of' Lethbriilge. to secure such value RIotiBes as omo will reveal T afleti Chiffon Net Mnou dc .Sole Blouses tb'it in manj in stances eood at 00 will be bold at !TJeiutiful Comforiei in dowij pi oof Eiteen Handsome (filled guaianteed purlfieur don n G fL In 13 ft ft ill he of fered in oiir end sale sit. Motor Scarves 'at Bargains in China Be sure j'ou visit the china deplr, on hiida> and Sdturdii and Ukef in the remarkiibie clearance og liiuidsome hand painted Kngllsh Oriental- Oujia and Saucers, TttA- Seta, .Chocolate SetB, etc. All prices'-, will be cut down witji IdMBh manj than half Not a lot of old and soiled stot-k biit fregli new motor, scarvee. And in good colors, h igen ch impugne oi j pa and biov-n I ullj >i lird Ulcle and two and a lull junto long were in the rcgul.ii up to Note tbc ex coptional value for Friday and Sat nrdaj ill one price en Dresses for Grocery Pricings For Saturday A icgulai clran up of our jiiumA and fine serge one piece dresses that were in the nebular excellent vilue al be offered at Children's Leggings Highest grade goodB'-at prices will attract manj .Raspberries, and Peaches in 2 lp Una 20c. loiiiDtoee in 3 Ib thu 15c French Peas per tin 15c I ibb> s Pr-eftencd bigs per bottle 30c Puffed (lice per packet I0c Uued Piunefa pci Ib lae Strub Brushei from ewch SUnc iiom each Doo( Brushes Horn ench 20c In thick Alelton but ton the Uhee just uglH for present season in lawn, 11 uj and cirdina.1 Spccul uecit end offei T pan Hudson's Bay Flour The celcbrntR.b "Day lluitgatun fiom i tlmm JpiUeil ill to be tho bf t uhLtlici for Women's Gaiters i interns, 25 Par MalT ag 65 This offer includes darl grey; strong heavy.cloth; well cut linfyhod iiiul...wero..excellent value a1, I1.-15. An evi'p.plional "nap piu (Winter Coats Men's Patent Bluchers Cosy Tweeds and Cheviots; thick heaver cloth mid Kersey in black ind tweed elfects, 'perfectly iMit and regular -stock up o Sec these for on Frl- t Ml .Halp arc STKKI'IA J'OK No ;