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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILYHERALD In all their crisp newness come the LADIES' NEW COATS FOR FALL We have some beautiful lines of these in plain cloths and tweeds. The new plaid reverse with self collar, lapels and cuffs is quite stun- ning also the new sailor collar in Paddy green very nobby. Over seventy-five coats to is choose from so the selection is ample. Prices from to These are without doubt the best values in the city. FOR CASH ONLY. 173 RYLANDS CO. MACDONALD BLOCK He noble and (lie nobleness, that lies In other men sleeping but never dead, Will rise in majesty to meet ihlnn own! Miss Helen McKillou left this af- ternoon fur Toronto, to continue her studies at Kelley, of Spring fouler, ar- rived this morning and is the guest of Mrs. William Stafford. Mr. Pearson, who has heon reliev- g at the Kastern Townships Hank, has re I tinted to-.Tnber. Mrs. E. I'. Rylands anri daughter have relumed from lendcd trip to the coast. little MADE IN CANADA onlrihution i ommunicatc s called for with them. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols, Mis Rietta odtei- -inn Mr. Crawford spent- tlii past few days at Sweet Grass. Mr. K. W. Kckstorm. llutte. Mont., who has heen visiting his hrothers, Mr. C. .1, Eckslorm- and Dr. Kck- storci, has returned home. Tlie ladies of U'esley church -ir you to br.ir in rniilil that the an- nual slipper of Wesley church will -be on .Monday evening, October 2nd. Miss Smith, of the Diamond City hospital, has been summoned to her home in Si. Catharines, (.lilt, owing J. to the illness of her mother. _ THE VALUE OF THE UNITED .STATES. MAR- KET PRICE NORTH AND SODTH OF THE LINE FIGURZS OFFICIALLY COMPILED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE SHOW THE VALUE OF THE UNITED STATES MARKETS FOR THE FARM PRODUCTS OF CANADA The Department of Labor has published a valuable study of tile com- narative prices in Canada and the United Stales during the period from 1906 to 1911, of the agricultural, fisheries; .lumber and mines, products. The work is in some respects a supplementary report to the departments pub- lication last year, which recorded the course.of wholesale prices during the proceeding twenty years, from 1S90 to 1909. In arriving at these comparative prices in the Canadian snd United States cities, the method adopted In the earlier reports was Is, recourse was 'had .to the quotations of actual, market transactions as recorded in trade journals or daily news- papers. .The Bulletin publishes herewit.ii certain excerpts from these vol- nminoiis tables of comparative prices which may be of interest to the public in view of the present discussion as to the merits of reciprocity. The figures which we herewith quote deal with Winnipeg and the markets across the line which are in relatively'the same position to the .United States as Win- nipeg is to Canada. Toronto and Buffalo figures are also placed in Juxta- position. An analysis of ihe figures makes it pla.in that, on the" whole, per- ceptibly higher prices prevail in the American, markets Just south the boundary. Occasional periods of scarcity send the Canadian prices to a pre- miuQi, but, taking the markets year in and year ont, the figures compiled by the Department of Labor show that, in the sale of farm products, access to the American market would be beneficial. With respect to the table showing the average prices of grains which follows immediately. It is to be borne in mind tihat the discrepancy in the -United States and Canadian prices is further accentuated by the fact that in every case the Canadian grades are higher. .Thus No. 1 Manitoba Northern wheat muat weigh not less than 60 pounds to Che bushel, and lie composed of at least SO per cent of hard red fife whereas No. 1 Min- nesota may consist of the hard and soft varieties of spring wheat, and weigh .not less than fi7 pOAlnds. Manitoba oats weight not less than 34 pounds to the -bushel while Minnesota oata must weigh not less than 31 pounds. Manitoba ;barley weighs 45 pounds to the bushel; Minnesota barley only 44 pounds. fTables shon-ing the comparisons in grains, live stock, meals and vegetables etc.. Yearly Avenge Prleei of Gnln In Canada ind the United State! WINTER WHEAT Rate per Bushel 1906 1907 190S 1909 1910 Ontario, Xo. 3. White and Red.....Toronto .76 ,S4 .90 1.08 .OS :No. 2 Red ...........................Detroit .83 .91 .98 1.31 1.09 3. Red Chicago .SO .81 .95 1.20 1.07 SPRING WHEAT Xo. 1 Northern No. 1 Northern.....................D.tlltith No. 1 Northern Minneapolis OATS 1306 .36' .37 .34 .32 Ontario, No. 2. White Toronto No. 2. White Buffalo No. White Winnipeg Oats, Xo. 3......................... Duluth BARLEY 1906' Ontario, No.2................... Toronto .49 .Malting........................ Buffalo .51' Western. No. 3.................. Winnipeg .41 Extra, No. 3 Milwaukee .50 1907 .SS .94 .98 1907 .43 .50 .41) .43, 190S 1.04 1.07 1.12 190S .U 1909 1.08 1.14 1.21 1909 .36 .53 .40 .44 1.11 1.10 1905 .61 .79 .49 .69 52 .66 Yearly Average Prices o? Live Stock in Canada and'the'Untted States Price per hundred weight 1907 1908 J909 1S10 .54 .7-1 .47 .70 .Mr. C. Swingler left this morn- ing for Cleveland, Ohio, after spend- a plmsant vacation in and vicinitv. the citv Miss Edith will lie at the .M.C.A. tomorrow (Kriday) af tor- ton, from four to six, to mt-et any who intend joining one of her classes in physical ciilturp. Miss .Jones pur- poses having morning, afternoon" :imi evening; ehisscs, in order to accom- modate all students. The fourth ecumenical conference, i-hicli "'ill meet in Toronto, October to 17, will have live hundred offi- cial delegates, representing twenty- live million Methodists. This is the fourth ccumeniea! conference (they are held every ten and wo- men delegates will be admitted for tin; first lime to this conference in Toronto. SCOTTISH GIRL ANHHINAMAN Receive Attention of the Infatu- ated with Employer If Hie agitation of the Trades and labor Coiisross of Canada at their convention In Calgary this .week, cnn ilo anything to control the employ- ment of white girls in CWireM tanrants they will have done 1 "'1'ich that 'body as of wide-awnkp organiza- tions In the Dominion. For a loiip time thero has hfcttn felt a g-rowinEr need of some legislation lo overcome Ihis evil, for Unit. It Is an evil has been established b'ayoiid the shadow of a doubt three tinier; during: tha past, few months right here in Leth- bridge. The two previon-3 eases ni'a well known to the public, and the [third case just came to light yester- Cattle, Western, off cars Steersv good to prime- fat, pounds Steers, good to fat, 1250--1450 pounds ..___ Steers and hdifers, good b.utcher- off cars Winnipeg 3.83 4.1 8.42 fall 7.4 Chicago 5.95 6.26 6.55 6.S3 Cattle, native beef, top prices Butchers' cattle, choice steers Steers, butchers, 1050-1150 Ibs. Veal, low and high Veals, choice .'.V.; Veals, calves, off car Veals, good to choice Sheep, bucks ...........----.v Sheep; weihers............ Hogs, choice selects rlogs, porkers 4.94 4.37 S.OO 4.27 7.01 3.36 5.36 6.SI 7.03 4.S5 5.00 n.18 S.74 3.58 9.50 5.64 5.S3 4.63 9.05 3.96 8.06 41 3.75 S.40 4.95 5.21 4.74 8.24 3-.50 -4.12 7.03 6.78 3.93- 5.23 4.5fi 6.44 5.95 7.30 C.73 6.05 7.4S Yearly Average Prices of Meats in Canada and United States BEEF Price per po.uhd. 1906 1907 1909 3eef Toronto .068 3eef; hindquarters, choice Roston 110 3eef, hindquarters, Winnipeg .075 rresh carcass, good native steers, Chicago ,OSO VEAL 3.21 3. Chicago 7.90 Toronto 4.51 Buffalo Toronto -Buffalo Winnipeg Chicago Toronto Buffalo Toronto Buffalo 7.31 4.70 S.55 Mrs. Hiinuird, 509 is progressing favorably after un- dergoing a successful operation, DtiJ.-.y, at the Gait Hospital. Mrs. Green and .V.'ss Heat-rice Bro- tiic ".cnt t" Carmansay today, to judge the exhibit of Art Work at the fair. s. Thomas Quinn, who for five Imont'is past has hecn visiting at her former home in firand Forks, North Dakota, jj> expected to arrive hack to the city on" Sundav morning. Master Gilbert Butler, the little sun of Mi. and Mrs. G. V. who has hecn in the Gait Hospital for some time past, was removed to The Westminster Ladies' Aid So- ciety met yesterday afternoon and U'cided to hold the hanest home ser- :ices on Sunday, October 1st, and ,hc harvest dome MI tor taimiM'nt. anil ;aif of fruits and vegetables, nil the Holiday following. Arrangements j During fhe afternoon it. came fo the1 vere also made for the annual notice of Actiug-Chtef that a fhanksgivitig Supper which will be Chinaman giving the name of 'Mah leld on the evening of Thanksgiving 1 Wing, hailing from Diamond Nineteenth 0cll'jllct 6-15 i his home vcslerrtav, 6.36! 5.56 9.SS! Mr- Louis Roy, -vcrsity, Montreal.- wli 4.45 S.S3 3.79 5.10 S.4S 9.-14 1907 -073 .116 .US4 1078 .113 .079 .106 .091 .118 .090 .109 1910 .114 .125' .106 .116 >f McfHll Uni- -has hecn the The marriage of Miss Ada ,1'hown, Calvary, to Mr. Hal W. Woodsworth, R.A., of Toronto, Winnipeg and To- kio, took place at Kingston, Ontario, on Tuesday. Miss Chou'ii. a eradiiatu with a It. A. decree from Queen's university, was the physical directress of the Calirary Y.W.C.A., and a most active worker among girls. i Mr. Woodwork graduated in 1907 from Victoria t'ollepe, versit-y, in political the following year on the staff of the Winnipeg Telegram and then went to he taught for two vear.; in u ToK'io university. Q'iantities of'autumn, blossoms dif- used their hrijrht, glow over the :1 rawing and dining rooms of Mrs. He Vrher's home on Hurdett, St., yes- terday 'ailciuuon, sweet peas and nriwers. Mis. OeVcher, assisted liy mulri7luicd asters being the selected Miss DeVeher, was receiving for the last timf; this season, as they will honnan lefl on Tuesday Spcnd the wintPL in Ottawa. The guest of his brothers, Mr. 1 Roy and V.v. Guy Roy, left today to resume his studies at McGill. Mr to .spend the winter in the Old Cmm- j hostess received her 'guests wearing try. He will he joined at Chicago an elaborate Mack-silk gown, reliev- by Mrs Hush Domum, who will al- so spend i.he winter abroad. i A LITTLE DANDERINE WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS, SOFT, FLUFFY, ABUNDANT Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff If you Wish to Double the Beauty Of your Hair in Ten Minutes surely Try a Danderine Hair Cleanse Your hair becomes light, vravy, fluffy, ibundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a Danderine hair Just try a cloth with a little Dandcrinc and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil -and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. f A. delightful surprise awaits particularly those who have rareless, whose hair has been neglected or is scrappy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Bcsidfs beautifying tlic liair onceT-Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies ana invigor- the scalp, forever stopping iichinp and filling hairv "Try as you will, after one application of Dinderine you cannot (ind any dandruff or or falling hat'r, and your scalp will never itch, but what will please you most will be after a few weeki1 when you will Kt'uftlly Me new and downy at really new hair sprouting all over the acalp, IJanderine mikes the hair grow long, and luxuriant and we ran If you care for pretty, soft hair and Jots of it jurfty gtt a 2S cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderme from any druggiM or toilet counter, and jiut try City dressed, prime Toronto ,031 New York .133 Veal Winnipeg .76 Good carcass Chicago .103 The above are of one dollar. Thus: .158 means 15 8-l.Oc: .177 means 17 7-10c.- 1306 1907 .031 .138 .083 .107 .088 134 .072 .109 1909 .004 .'IB7." ed with of applique over white satin. Miss De.Vplmr wore charniin Mrs! Margaret Fairbairn, cor- ic. IjllO rcsjmnrlinu; .secretary of the anadian Mrs. Ur._A. Buchanan, gowned in a iOI Women's Press l is leaving Tor- sweetly pretty white' lingerie dress, .152 j onto the middle of this month had applied at different offices for a marriage In view of the facts presented'ilva Issuers refiis-erl to grant a license, and the investiga- tion followed. The Chinaman was found living In a room in the Ven- dom-e Cafe, opposite St. church on Eighth stra'at, with Janet Given, a while girl, just a, few months out from Scotland. Both wero brought to the police station where Mah Wing was locked up pending an investiga- tion. It seems that this girl had working for the Chinaman at L''u', j Diamond City for some past, and becoming enamored with him, had been living with him nfi his wife un- der promise of marriage. When ar- rested late last isv-ening the, girl pleaded with fhe officers to let them go, as she said that Mah 'Wing bad promised to marry her, and that she thought enough of him to become his He had treated her well, she said, after 'other people In the city for whom she "worked after she first; came Here, had dismissed and she could no harm In marrying him. In fact she had In her sion at the time of her arrest a letter to her mother telling how good the Chinaman was to her, and asloert that her sister might 'be.allowed to come to Canada also. When first arrested, Acting Chief Silliker believed the girl to nmter twenty-one years of age, and intended holding the Chinaman for trial on i .110 per Ih. pteans lie; to the IJacifir coast. on a >poured tea. She was deftly assisted jby Miss Macbeth, who cut the ices, i and Miss Jessie Macbeth, hoth NOMiNMlNS IN V ONTARIO SEATS Lean nom County. Three n Calgary Calgary, -Sept. H.. Hen'n -U, secured. return of Americans i.s rc.spon-iwllom wcin Rirlishly pretty in white sihlc Tor the fact that all first-class lingerie. A large number of callers liners an- for Ihn nexl opportunity of a farewell Kverv "herlh on the 1 v'sit Mrs- "cVnher and Miss .Star liner, Oceanic, which left ifl lneir mv" and mi ampton foi York, nn Monday, exceedingly enjoyable time was spend Torontu, Kept. the Ontario nomination list as ready published, were filled today as I I. S. G. Van Wart and Arthur Mas- ters were formally nominated as jn Conservative, Liberal and Socialist candidates respectively, for C, constituencj at noon today. changed slightly by flu; nominatuii i of a Socialist candidate, Allan G. pentcr. His candidature will hnruli affect the result one way or. the oUi follows: In South Bruce -I. -J. 'Jon- nelly, Conservative in Parry j.las. Arthurs. Conservative in riiun- 'dur Bay dislrict, J. .1. Car rick, Con- servative in (Irenville, S. J. Mar- tin, Liberal in Kingston, -I, K. Mowat, Liberal, and W. K. NMc :lc, Hussrll, -I. V. Vin- cent, Conservative-Nationalist in South Simcoe the Liberals will -up- port Ihe Independent .Conservative. Ottawa. Sept. were ;m surprises in connection with local omlnatlons today, McGlvern being ilaced in the running by the Liber- ils and and Chabot rty '.Im .'on.-iorva lives. In Ion. Chis. Murphy, Liberal and .J. j. Vincent. Conservative-Nationalist, would remain out were nouiinated. In Pontiac (Njun'y 1 the fielrf leave a two candid j to Hedging and Call, two, Lihfrals, WITC j not fulfilled. Ashdo'vn, nominated against, Mrabason. This j Librml, ConservBtiTe, ind will i rohabl Kdwnrd live M.I'., and Donald Thn firsl meeting of the t'onserva- lory Musical and Hrnmatic for I Mils spafion. is called for 7.45 tonight at tin: t'onservatory. Any who arc 1 interested along these lines are asked jin .iccept this as an invitation to be! Ottawa, Sept. the last ure.sent this evening, momvnt the Ottawa city situation is: little gowii oi white linger- j charge of procuring a girl under th-a of 21 for immoral-purposes..This charge, however, would not hold in this case as the girl te >3n years of age, ami her cbmhict is a matter which she h-arself has. control ovar, so this morning, finding that the girl refused to lay. .tiny information J against, the Chinaman, the police were forced to let him off.. Sordid cases of this nature are be- coming altogether too in this community, and there la no doubt tliiit the police department would welcome any legislation which over the tea cups. thcm aome for prosecution in -jimilHi' caseB in future. Socialist in Ottawa er. Toronto, Kept. noniitia- tions are Prcscott, Dr. Ottawa, McCalliim', Hamilton Hiram eral Went worth. A. H. Wilson, In- dependent Conservative. In Manitoba Winnipeg, Sept, off this morning Too hope among .straight par- Alice H. Locife, Supreme Lieu- rahtcs of the World, arrived in the city today and is rcgisterrd at ihe Alexandra Hotel. Kach and every Lady Maccabee of Lethhridge is requested to meet Mrs. Locke at the Alexandra this evening. Ths marriage took place yesterday afternoon at five o'clock St. Mary's church of Mrs. Cantlay, of Collieries, late of Aberdeen, Scotland, to Mr. Charles .Smith, 'j'[ jHoyal, Collieries, late of Edinburgh, Rev. C. H. Popham tied ty politicians that Iligg, the Sncinl-j-l j the nuptial knot. result in a Lihernl If s-s. art- the candidites. In f f'on- Hector 'Kervativc, were the only Will yon he Rood enough to remem- ber .that tomorrow afternoon in hos- pital day for the Flower Guild, and they Are looking to you for .loms C F. P. or Miss KVtch will gladly that your Notice to Electors! Doubtless there are some residents of the city nntitled to vote whose nftmes for var- ious reasons have not been secured by the enumerators. It is desired that all en- titled to vote shall be added to the lists' and all enumer- ators for that part of the city which lies south of the C. P. U. will attend ai. room N'o. 4, Oil Block, 212 Fifth St., S., from 4 to '6 o'clock in the afternoon1 until Sept. 18th for 'the purpose of recelvlg, nani- es of voters. The enumerators for that part of the city lying north of C. P. R. will attend for the Fame purpose between the honrfi 'of. fi- to S o'clock P.M. until the'mh Intl., nt the office of the Xorth hridge Realty Co, GERMA.NY AND IfRANCE NEARER RECONCILIATION K'srlln, Sept. opinion is -more and more reeBBurerf regarding the Moroccan situation. The newspapers consider that a groat ad- vfinoe lias been made towards the conciliation of the views of Germany and France. The Cologne Gazette, in th-2 semi-official Berlin despatch, "If France recognb.es the' complete economical freedom ami the equal rights of all the powers and will give proper guarantees to this, she might as well accept th? German pro- position, which only sought orM re- sult." TEN THOUSAND TAILORS ON STRIKE NEW YORK New York, Sept. thousand tailors, two thousand of them women, went on strike here today, say that they .do not believe thfit all have struck and they expect men? ick tomorrow. The lender of thfl strike, Solomon Room mi, said that unless an aireminent, impeached with In forty-eight hours a Bympathet'r strike of 1S.OOO dressmitkcrs wiy hn called. Among'the workcPJ1 'demand-, an in waiefl, neductlon nj hours to 48 a week, and no SundaT work, ;