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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Sntnrday, St'ptfiiilier' ti, 3012 TTIF, TTKBALP COALDALE BLOCK LETHBRIDCE SPECIALS FOR MONDAY, SEPT. 16 ONE 43 PIECE ENGLISH CHINA DINNER SET....... ONE 05 PIECE ENGLISH CHINA TEA SET.......................... ONE 99 PIECE. ENGLISH CHINA DINNER SET...................... ..'...___.......... ONI 150 PIECE ENGLISH CHINA DINNER SET, on display in our each irllcle separately, price from 5c to 25c each, making a total price for 150 pieces Tlie above goods are made by the well known firm, Johnson Bros.. England. 'Also bargains in other lines of China and Glass AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18TH AT '2 O'CLOCK SHARP AT 904 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH( Corner 1 large lange neatly 0 beds complete sideboard Three dressers 2 home-made carpets 1 large putlor rig 5 feathet pillows L 1 parlor stand rockets blinds. lOarge Extension table NO RESERVE nearly G dining room chairs G kitchen chairs 3 -rockers 1 washstaud 4 pairs hall; curtains 1 large refrigerator, new, Ono 1 black 'robe. .1 grey robe A largo quantity of dishes, glass lamps 3 hens. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer SOLO IMAGINARY LOTS Toronto, Sept. 13. li'rnest Burltsigh, who paged as a're- presentative of a well known Winnipeg firm, and sold sever- al imaginary lots, was today sent to Central prison fo-r six months by the magistrate. STRONG ARM METHODS OF ANGRY WOMEN Meat Prices in Germany Leading to Market Place Riots HORSE STEAKS Kitten Pies for the of High Tariff Berlin, Sept. meat famine has reached a stage where the government has been compelled to discu'ss some action which the urgent fear of some seriovis popular disturb- ances. The markets in Silesia this have been Uic scenes of. violent combats between the farmers and buyers, the classes especially j in the mining districts believing tho government refuses to permit the I cheapening of meat, in order to j oblige the junker is, tlie. 'Agrarian noblemen with big estates. iThctpoptilar wratli is vented even up- on small farmers, who suffer as much os ordinary consumers From protec- tion and the consequent.inability to cheap imported fodder for their ca'ttlc. In some Sicilian towns the Markets arc stormed by gaiigs o! wo- ir.vh infuriated by the prices of coun- try provisions. They smashed irp thousands of dollars worth of fresh and hurled vegetables at tlie re- tailers' heads. When a few peasants tried to interfere, the Women seized them and either ducked them in the nearest, pond or plunged, them bead downward into barrels of eggs. Fin- ally the police, with drawn sabres, cleared the market places. At Wed- nesday's markets tue stalls in all'the principal markets were guarded by one policeman to each stall. Horse Steaks Six and fifty- six horses were -killed and passed for food by the city [inspectors during the first six months of the year .in Ber- lin alone. r .VKitten Pie Berlin owners are looking anxiously, after their cats which'tins year are being killed for food'instead of mere- ly for their skins, "'as in most years. Boycotted: Meals Trades unions, in suveral of the mining Westphalia, have boycotted the meats altogether, and the butchers in the poorer quarters have been compelled to close _ their shops. The Government's Dread The government fears the approach- ing elections for the Prussian parlia-l nienfc will occasion serious rioting inv j less the are pacified, j but tlie real reason why tlie govern- ment is loath to open the frontiers to frozen meat is less its anxiety to pro- pitiate land proprietors for fear of their open threats io oust' Chancellor; Hetbman Von llellwe.q as they ousted' Hohcnlohe, Caprivi and Bnelow, than' anxiety lest it should never again be j possible (o clcsc tlie doors to cheap meat without causyu; rioting in all the big cities. The ardent protection- ists also fear that a break ot the .former protection will .prove an ir- reparable breacli in Germany's tariff wall. Favor Lower Tariff The big manufacturers' concerns in western Germany are' no more an- xious to see the tariff C.ST pecially to English and American competition than are the Agrarians. j On the other hand, chambers of com- merce, merchants guilds and other as- sociations representing' tradesmen as well as the millionaire concerns ap- peal daily.for a reduction or suspen- sion the tariff. The Berlin merch- ants' guild, one of the sanest arid Tnost respected institutions of Eur- ope, sent a special and urgent ap- peal to the government on Wednesday urging the removal of duty on Am- erican tobacco. Municipal Problems Discussed at Fernie (Continued from front Wants Longer Term _ Alderman W. W. was before thy board for a short time, and thought tliat one year's time too short tor the term oi -an alderman, and recommended a''.longer term with alternating ..tinifs of electing part pf ihc board. "He thought a commission form of government might he'an im- provement, hut thought that, the mayor should he subject to recall In case ho did not prove sallsiactqry to tlie electorate. Mr. Brown thought. the present method of appointing the police and license boards was satis- factory. Mr' O. G. Moffalt, commissioner appointed by the pro- vincial government, thought that the burden of taxation arising from policing of the small towns was too heavy, and suggested the Nova Scotia countv method as an improvement, hut had not examined into the sub- ject sufficiently to render valuable ad- vice. After thanking those present, who assisted in the investigation, the hoard adjourned and loft on tlie bound local for Crjnbrook, from whence they go tomorrow by auto to Golden. CHILLY-DAY AFFECTS FAIR But There Was a Large Crowd at Raymond Friday FINE EXHIBITS Showing in Live Stock is Especially Worthy of Mention Time TO have your Fall and Winter Clothes clean- ed and repaired. The Vallet will make your lasl season's suit "or overcoat look like a new ono. THE VALLET French Dry Clean Phone .Raseiueiit Letlihridge Hotel CLOSING "CASH PRICES Today's cash prices at Winnipeg at the markets' close were: Wheat-r- No. I Northern.......... 05 No, 1! Northern.......... 9-t No, o Norihorn........... No. J....... Xo. No. (i....... Feed N'o. '2 C. W. No. 3 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed Xo. Feed No.. 2 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. No. 2 C. W. Xo. 3 C. W. No. 3....... Xo. 4....... Rejected...... Feed........ S4 59 41 Vi 43 42 37 15G 154 145 4S 44 40 40 They Have Won Their Place Would White Swan Yeast Cakes have such an enormous sale hi Canada if they did not make the best bread? Your grocer sells White Swan Yeast Cakes for fi-5c. Free sample from While Swan Spices Cereals, Limit- ed, Toronto, Onu Raymond, Sept. ing the chilly weather large" crowds people, many of whom came many miles, attended the fair, and alto- gether the second day was a signal success. A. cold wind blew from the north all day, lessening the attend- ance very materially. The judging proceeded throughout the day, and by last night most of it was complet- ed. The directors-" are entirely satis- fied with the exhibition, and the third and last day will undoubtedly attract the largest crowd, .bringing tho fair to a''fitting finish; The industrial displays were excep- tionally good. were located be- neath-the grandstand, and showed up to good King Brothers, one of Raymond's lee-ding department stores, had ,a very, artistically arrang- ed display, In charge "of Butcbart, Mr. Butchart showed his splendid decora- tive ability and good taste, for the display uas leallj excellent They n dde a epecialtv of furs and had a very stylish range.- The High Art millinery was also very conspicuous, and attracted wide attention. It waa tastefully and some very s-nart winter shown. It was nicely trimmed with flowers and velvet, The Magnet cream seperator had an exhibit, and demonstrations were given from time to time. The. Ladles1'Work Upstairs in the grand stand were located cooking, ed- ucational .exhibits- and flowers. It was really a delightful picture. One of the most noticeable things in tht show cases beautiful dish ol deep red applies grown by H. S. Al- ,en. They were perfectly ripe, and Jlr. Allen says of- superior and absolutely free from worms. Will Stone showed a splen- did box of ripe crab apples, which he picked from his orchard. These two exhibits prove, conclusively that ap can he successfully produced in Southern Alberta. The grain-" .department was well fill- ed "up, and some excellent specimens of wheat were Partlcularh the entry of "Marquis" wheat b> Henry Holmes of Raymond. This is some of the finest wheat that has btren seen this season. Mr. Holmes is contemplating entering it at the In ternatlonal Dry-Farming Congress Parley Carter, of off! the honors for tlie best collection oCJ vegetables John Salmsoii, of Ray- mond, was awarded second. The Live Stock In tho live stock departments some keen competition took place. Judge Spark- hnd a difficult task, but hs performed it satisfactory to con- cerned. It. Bradshaw, of, swept tho boards 'with his string of Percheronsl Pink was not shown this year, but another male was on exhi-j bition, which promises to be as good as its celebrated sire. J. 13, Ririe's stallion took first in the Shire's class. Britnhall brothers did not have their siring on display, because they were threshing, nnd absolutely could not apare lue tinw to enter their animals. The horse detriment was very good, id some magnificent animals were entered. cattle was also of a hist stan- dard, and proved iliat. there are some fine types of dairy cattle in the coun- try. T. Harris had his fine Brown Swiss exhibition, and It at- tracted a grout deal of attention. Thin IB only a new strain that U being in Q-n Tuesday the report of the meet- ig will be read 1n open council, Chief Jiilespie will be reinstated, nis re- signation taking effect on September 30, will also be read and adopted. In- spector Silllker and Detective Bgan will also be reinstated and will im- mediately resign, asd the police com- mittee instructed to bring in a re commendation for a new chief to be- gin hfe'duties here on October 1st. Lethbridge' will certainly have a new chief of nollce after. October 1st. The rumor this morning. isAlmt tt will be a man from British Columbia, .who has served In the Mounted Police aad thy, His application hus been iu the hands o-r the police com- mittee for It was icad vesterdajTand tlie expression of op iuion-among the members of the com- mittee present'was that he was the best man yet applied. The salary paid tlie'chief of police at present is per year. It is understood that tiie council is willvng to go us.hlgkaa ?2500 In case they cannot get a good man for leas None of the three nien have yet been reinstated, and consequently hiivo not resumed their duties. It is doubtful if Silllker and Egan will go back on the force for even a day, although neither of them have as yet accepted position elsewhere. FRECKLES New Drug that Quickly Removes These Homely Spots There's no longer the slight- est need of feeling ashamed of your- freckles, 11-3 a new., drug-, olhine-double strength has been discovered that positively re- moves these homely spots. Simply get one ounce of Jne-double strength from J. D. HiRinbotham Co. Ltd., and ap- ply a little of it at night, and in the morning yon will -ace that even the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while light- er.ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom-that more than an ounce is needed to completely clear the skin and gain a beau- tiful clear complexion. Ro sure to nsk for tlie double- alrnngth olhino as Ibis Is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove frcckicfi. ,1. IX lllRinlmtham Co., Ud. TELEGRAPHERS HAND OUT ULTIMATUM C, P. R. Have Until Sunday to Con- cede Increased Wages to Dis- patchers C'uigiuy, Sept. the C. P. K. concedes a Ifi per cent, increase in wages to all telegraphers employed in the dispatchers' department by Sunday next the men will lie called out on strike. This mandate has been put up to the company, and should a strike be called. men will be affected, in- chiding every, operator between St. John. X.B., and Victoria, B.C. Tho strike order does not affect the commercial operators, who In July last signed au agreement hold-1 Ing ono year. However, the situa-! tion would become involved should j they refuse lo work with non-union j men, and tlh; company discharged them for thai cause. When asked tonight if there was a possibility of the men going out, Sir Thomas Shaughnessy scouted the idea, expressing the hcltef that tlm entire matter would be settled without such a contingency. CHINA WON'T BE ABLE TO GET LOAN Will Have to Deal With Bankers of the Six Selected Powers Petcin, S-apt. is generally be- lieved in financial circles here that tho independent loan .to China of recently negotiated in London by a. representative ol" Lloyd's -Bank nnd ilie Chinese Minister there, like several of its predecessors, will not bo concluded! Th-e Chinese officials, it is pointed out, .realize that-they can not deal outside tlie group of finan- ciers, and government Is expecte-d to immediately resume negotiations with the selected banking, sextette, composed of bankers in the. United States, (treat Uritain, France, Gcr- many, and Japan. The .Chinese, however, still refuse to entertain the Idea -of permitting foreign, supervision o'rer (he expendi- ture of loans, and are'hoping to -dis- cover, a..more acceptable., substitute for such demand. VULCAN .u, ulcan, Sept 12 marriage ol Miss Dora V. I-Wwes ami Mr. Robert P both of Vulean, was bolcin- mzetl in C'algan, Ailg 28lli, S Cluuiiujj officiating The marnaga d quiet one, the biidti lismng re- centh lelt the bedside of her father, is benoush ill in 31ailvet toti, England. John Ricliarilson has so far im- proMitl Iron his illnesb, that lie was able to be moved to the the High River hospital on Friday for an op- eration for 'appendicitis. Mrs Lebon is enjojmg a usit faun her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Miss .of Ontario. Miss Watts, bf is visit- ing Miss Gwen Davis. Mrs. Rancy is ill at tlie home o! ller d.iughter, Mrs. Fred Smith Vulcanites are appreciating 'the im- proved passenger service on this, line: School opened on Wednesday, Sopl 4lh, with Mihi loltus in charge ol the primary department and Mrs. May as principal, pro. tonK Consider- able new equipment has been addrd to both rooms and the school is'in everv wav modern and attractive The Imperial hotel is expected to he formally opened this week. Among: those who visited the Stam- pede were Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell, Miss Douglass, A. Hanson and sis- E. Campbell, Mr. and 5tiss Shaw, tcrs, G. Johanson, R. Todd, Rev. D. K. Allen, Jlr. and Mrs. F. A. Elves, Mrs. D. C. .Jones, H. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. McPlierson, H. .W. Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, W. H. Jurncv, H. .lurney, C. Enloe, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hanson, R. Polly, T. R. Farrand, 'A. Knox and others. Miss Uiise Dole and Mr. Frank Gil- kv were quietly married at the homo of the bride's parents on Aug. 31st. The ceremony was performed by Rev. D. K. Allen, of Vulcan. Mr. and Mrs. Termllegcr, of Min- neapolis, are the guests of their sop. C. Tcrwlllcger. James Galloway, organist, ot St. Mary Magdalen'church, been appointed organist chou leader of Kno.v church, St. Thomas. A. H. CU-.HKE NOT RESIGN SEAT Windsor, Sept. H. Clarke, -K.C., M.P., Who, for several years, has represented the south riding of Es- sex in the Dominion parliament, and was regarded as.on-e of the strongest Liberals in the House, will retire from politics .at the end of the pre- sent term. Mr. Clarke removed to Calgary with his family soma months ago, and be- came Identified with a prominent le- gal .firm in the western city. In a let- ter received today by a Windsor .Mr. Clarke stated bis inten- tions to retire nnd devote himself entirely to bis practice. R. Rawlmson is taking a course in mine rescue work at the nilucs res- cut; station at Blairmorc. ;