Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
r ,Vv PURE pleasant every, o'clock. The of the care of itself" until 10 receiving and tea room perfect of beauty laviab. fly wltfc beautiful garden _fciau and feres. Tise re- ception hiU tHWHtified with iii of aaton, and the MARKETS MARKETS of-.VJheat-aiid live stock the; last few drop .to wheat is coming in jTTm fnitfl jnli iin TIP as there demand -for all Muds" lolio-vring lisi-tlte buying- prices with onjirMch the selBsig The tor the" ending .Sept. 10 :snoTfis of cess tiScaSas .to be certill looatsad by voluntem by. S.903, -lastruniontj' not 1JSS8. .I but tearing outatmiiding Don't forget to your At Home d.ay to me before October 1st, when our sea- son's" calemiar will close. r outstanding was. NEW YORK STOCKS .York, Sept. Openia In -were active and oa advancing tendenoy, rose Uaion SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and" ;Mrs. E. Sherlock and tamily are hoine from a -pleasant out- ing at tie Arrow Lakes, Mrs.' Thomas J. O'Hagan' .will re- ceive Tuesday afternoon at her home 410 Ernest street e J. R. Donnan and Mrs. Hugh Don- nan returned lasc from the Ar- roomi srotujrion of varied peae. Tie.oosy den was fcrlgfct with pialc and white while the decorations in the delight- ful dining room brought forth ex- clamations of admiration, The tea table covered, with an exquisite-.-Mexican duawn work cloth and .centred with --an attractive .glid- ed 'basket filled -with sweet peas row -Lakes where they havo spending the summer months. been Mrs. Francis A. Tadman and Miss ttona. Svarisvllle; aad ail advance of 3, BO -A- AT ana- union :BU5Btantifil frao returned; on Thursday from I thft OOast Injure Hauls Ifcteflboro have iieen reacted S-4 from 3-4. STOCK AT B1RKENHEAD n, Rogers Liverpool ca-ble today that, in tne BirJieiilieaid' market there was a. reduc- tion of from 1-2 to 34 cent per sound, although, prices were low- er brisker owing to the increased demand brought "in by the reduction, :fuli _ quotations 'being" Stat- es 13 3-4 cents per -Canadians ifrom 12 34: to 13 1-2- -cents-and saa.caers-froin'11 to ..Winnipeg Marke'Js spending several weeks visiting friends. Mr, A. 'Sharman left tnis morning for Montreal from whence they sail next week on the Empress of Britain for a four months sojourn the continent. Mrs. J. W. Wills arrived in tihe city this, morning from ,-Nyssa, Ore- to; visit ner Mrs. J. B. Keuter, 621-Coutts St. was the hostess at a pretty farewell .tea yesterday..after- noon, for ;iier sister, Miss Vrooman, s7u'd Miss "Rogers 'and. Kiss Penning- ton .wio -leave Monday to spend the winter-in 'California. The guest list Eng from the palwt to the deepest shade "of the-nandle with a nuge bow pink satin, ibou- Quet. holders .filled with the sweet jeaa enhanced the .'beauty of the love- board. ijeeve, wearing n smart toilette of-the new or- orange shade' of crepe silk adornc: ;with. ;bands enibroidered tiny beads in contrasting tones and' fetching .Gainsborough iat, presided at the tea and coffee equipage, and Mrs. Mewburn, looking extremely at- tractive, in a Parisian gown of soft Nebuleux or grape satin richly em-! feroidered and mushroom touque adorned -with, upstanding blac ices. The bon bons and. ices were carried out in the predominating and green used in_.the tea room decorations. The were. Miss Gladys Downer, -the fair 'daughter-of the nome, 'looking in-pink and wMte Sowered.organdie with" trim mings -of--heavy embroidery; Sept included.' twenty of the young ma- r.ao a.p on .1 A. trons and intimate girl friends of the .honor guests. At the tea hour Miss Vrooman presided at the tea urn and looked well in a smart heliotrope linen suit and pretty touque.' Mrs ed 99 closed .99 1-4; opened 99, closed 99; December open-: ed closed 07 i-2; May opened 102. closed 102 14. 100> No. 2 Nor. 98 1-2, No, 3 Nor. 1-3, No. Wnite Oats S4, Flax Potatoes, aew, per ewt, per ion. Cabbage, per Ib, v'ifi.talk. s-baled baled -Jt 18.00. v 14.09 22.00 Bran, 32.00 -----------....23.0C "ShostS, ton, cwtr 'beet, per cwt. Oats, per SO Ib. sack.......2.75 .Feed .wheat, per cwt ...........1.75 HJDE8 Dry .0.08 .0.06 Greed 0.12 0.06% .0.05% Scrips Hftmfltaa. Sootn 'African -rears quoted here- today at bid. Seventeen ike- past week. .locaiad GOVERNOR GENERAL VISITED P1CTOU ACADEMY Sept Grey, teas Grey and Lady Evelyn-Grey, ar- rived in Plctou this morning on the steamsf -Earl Grey and .in company Macdonald; "M. P., the party including Mr. Amory of the .Times, enjoyed, a drive around and visited the famous eouaiy academy. Earl Grey addressed the students in convention hall. In the course of -Ms address he referred tc Principal Grant, whom he' ranked with Jos. Howe as a great Nova Sco tian. At two o'clock the vice-regal party left on a special train for Que- bec. Rome assisted in the tea. room was -becomingly gowned in pale blue, and wMte satin foulard. Tihe tea table decorations were pink and waits sweet peas and the -living room was also adorned with these sweet gar- den blossoms. "Westminster House" was-in gala attire yesterday afternoon between The ihours of four thirty and six thir- ty, when its hospitable doors, were opened to one hundred and fifty daintily gowned matrons and maids. The iostess of the home, Mrs. F. W, Downer received her guests in the reception room and looked well in a graceful imported gown of pansy sa- tin with over dress of Persian satin in .pansy and green toned and elab- orately adorned with irridescent ga- lon. Miss MacBeth, wearing a daintj embroidered: .frock and' wreath- ed tricone shaped hat; and Miss Har- die, modisiily. gowned in. eJectric blue -voile over salmon satin with touches -.of band in con trasting tones on the bodice and la-rge plumed chapeau of black and white Mrs.. A.-.Southard ushered the guests to the tea room and looked exceedingly pretty -in a cha-miiig gown of raspberry eolienhe over silk trimznmings of passementerie and touches of gold. A large in nat edged with black velvet and adorned with liandsome black, plumes was worn. .little Miss Hilda McMillen wear- ing a pretty- wliue frock, was the sweet PRINCE ALBERT WON Prince Albert, -Sept royal wekome waited the Prince Albert football -team tonight when they arriv- ed from Saskatoon where, they won the championship of the province bj; seating Rcglna. 2 goals to 1. DAILY RECEIPE Orange together- three tablespoons of. sugar and the juice of three oranges and one lemon. Soak three tablespoons of gelatine in one cup of hot water and when dissolved, pour it tne sugar and-juice.. Fold in one cup cream...wMpped-and turn into a- mold ...first w.et.with cold wa- ter, -Set-on ice to ehilJ, then turn out and serve with or without cream. Orange one and a half cups of sugar in a Quart of water for five minutes, take off and add the jui-ce of one lemon, strain into the freezer and freeze." If "desired, add the beaten white of one egg when almost frozen and freeze till stiff. NOVA SCOTIA COAL IN WEST One Result of Building: The Hudson's Bay Hallway Halifax, peat enlarge eftt of the market for Cape Breton coal as well-as for. the steel products of Nova Scotia is foreshadowed in a statement made today by General Manager Butler, of the'Dominioa Steel Corporation. Mr. Butler was asked how the building of .the- Hud- son's Bay railway would effect and steol industry, of Cape Bre- by providing a new route for jrajisportation into the interior of Canada of the coal and steel indus- ry: in Canada. He replied, "The Maritime Provinces, will, benefit-more ihan any other part of Canada .by the uilding, of this railway excepting bn- of the west to-be imme- iatelyi served by it. When the :Hud- on's; Bay railway is completed, It is iicely: that the coal shipped from >idney or Louisburg can .be laid down t Port or Fort Churchili; whichever .may ie the-terminus of the rail way at a freight cost, of about SI er, ton, with "railway freight .front he terminus, of Hudson's Bay to points within a reasonable radius in the The freight to such points should be about per ton. The sell- ing price for Cape Breton coal when this new route" is available should compare, favorably, with- the. present prices of American ..and-Western Can- ada coal ?'v, Mr. Butler gave it-to be. understood that by this new route Cape Breton coal could -compete in the market of a large part of Ontario as. well as of Manitoba and other, parts of .the west. In fact, the long expected era" of sell- ing Cape Breton coal in Ontario seems to, be at hand. SAYS COUNTESS COWANS PERFECTION If cocoa is your favorite beverage by all means enjoy it at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, and flavor. THRESHING '.RETURNS' AT THE BRANDON STATION the'highest standard. The most fatal .a person's influence is con- Hotel Authorities Say They Were not Stolen There Vancouver, Sept. is report- ed -here on the.best of authority that the "Countess of Antrim recovered her .ost jewels before she left Winnipeg. op- "ceil, "the 'boys eratipng. have" been progress at the...... experimental .farm all week and upi'til yesterday: nearly, one' thousand bushels of different -varieties wheat had been threshed and ihvariablythe yield was much better than what had'.been -.The coarse grains-' also promise; yielding well.- The threshing of oats and barley will commence, on Monday' as -the; wheat will be iinished today-- The yield .'of the different, va- The story is that the bell.boy at. the season hotel gave. them up when threatened with prosecution., countess be 'interviewed. f Winnipeg, Sept.' bf-..the otei 'maintain a- refusal to discuss per.acre is as follows: Red; Fife. 28 bushels; White ..'Fife, 34 Bushels, early Beet Fife, 27 The general crops'.at the experimen- tal farm" are much-'-better .than had been expected, .considering the dry ho EXTRACTS FROM THE LORD BI-SHOP OF LONDON'S- AD- DRESS AT GROVESENR, Don't waste your money buying plas- ters when can get a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty- five cents. A piece of flannel damp- ened with this liniment is superior to any plaster for lame back, pains tn :he side ond chest and much cheaper. Sold by all druggists. MAUNSELISA LIKELY WINNER (Continued from front A Large Assortment of From Up Tfee Lethbridge 514 Dufferzn Street L. A. Scott, Manager J- Independents and Independence A. Buchanan, M.P.P., of Leth- bridge, who addressed the meeting along with the premier, devoted a good portion of 'his half hour talk -to the question of independence and argued that the most effective inde- pendent, the independent -who could do tne most good, was the man who was independent, within the party, no matter whether Grit or Tory. That was evidenced at the last session' when enough men elected as Liber- als were independent enough to vote against -the government and bring about its downfall it bad fail- ed in administration. That was more valuable independence than the inde- well and that ie had a host of friends in the hall was evidenced toy the ap- plause which greeted iim. The fight between the two candidates is -being waged in a friendly -way. iMr.- Maun- seii is getting a large share of the Conservative support and Mr. Patter- son claims Jie is being supported by some Liberals. J. W. Macdon-al-d, president, of the Liberal Association, maile a very acceptable chairman. Tie audience was good natured and listened atten- tively, to all the speakers. On the .platform beside the speak- ers were Hon. A. J. MacLean, JL A. VanOrman. Taber; H.'- OsTTund, Stir- ling; T. W. Quayle, Clares.holm; Jas. Conmee, M.P., Port Arthur, who hap- pened to be in town; T.- Dickson and Jos. Hicks. the. .robbery pi jewels from the Coun- ess of Antrim. They, say, that a 'is kept for the purpose of storing-jewels, money and other-...valu- ables-and-.the hotel is not -responsible ior guests' property unless it is plac- ed there. Evidence is accumulating that the jewels were not stolen in the hotel at all. During t-he absence of the countess at.the theatre a ONT., RECENTLY-; "England is proud of her great, daughter a colony any -more. "Canada will .--yet occupy .such a, po- sition in the group of-nations that she will hold the destiny of the world in her keeping." "To be a great nation Canada must on side.' V "If you imagine 'over here that .John Bull is played "you're making the mistake of your life. Don't be de- ceived by his little habit of self- depreciation." "The -Canadian of today has a- keen sense of humor. It is the fourth great secret of success in the world." imagine -because you are a Christian you have to have a long face." "Never have a drink bill in'Canada of a nundred and sixty-six mil-lion pounds as we have- in1 England." "T have been a teetotaler for thirty years, and I have -better health, a am alto- stronger constitution, and gether a happier'" man on "that count." "Four-fifth of the crime and acci- dents are due to excessive use of liquor." "Drink doesn't warm you, doesn't increase the capacity for work or thought, and you'll live longer if you don't drink." "Canada .will -be a. nation from ocean ;o ocean which will be the pride of the of jewels and a roll of belonging to Mrs. Adams were left on a table in the room occupied a. .LLSLUJU iuuai. i T-rpcr-forl prima iT-aol-r- i A ifStrA1St-OIlt0 "v as it exists, today. You .have got it jumped from a train and es- PERMITS TO BUILD R. Hull, business block, Red- path, T. McGregor, residence, Court- land, hai-A r. i j kjnvtut, juujjjiru LLUHI a tram a here, and ior Gods sake, don't lose caped as he. being deported by the Countess and her companion, jit." and these were not disturbed while "Let it be truly said in the growing! the guests were away. The theory is business of Canada -that a Canadian's j: that if the thief had entered "the! word is as good as his bond." room he would have taken the entire! must be no frills about the BORN swag. The police were dumb as oys- ters, but something is expected to drop in a day or two in that direc- tion. Canadian nation -if she would attain Lethbridge on Sept. 15th ..to Dr. and Mrs., J. 'C. Clarke, s, daughter, still born. Football Results JUWU.1J.- Oi.UUV. pendence of one man. Mr. Patterson Eli Butierj d4Uin Mewburn, elected ac; an -nnr Puts An End To elected as an independent could not eirpect to nave the influence upon the government that a supporter'of -tho government would -wield, 3ten elect- ed as independents invariably lined up with the party they 'had formerly been affiliated with and he called on tae Liberals of Macleod to keep that fact in mind, and he also' point- .ed out to the Liberals 'that if Mac- leod defeated Mr. Maunsell, the Con- servative press and leaders would im- mediately claim that the Sifton gov-j vt eminent -was discredited and he did. time, day or night. Tioll ATTA A rf-vl A A fm nrtt_ _ Stomach Misery famil hers to. some Diapepsin in the house, as any one of you may have -an attack of In- "digestion or Stomach trouble at any not believe the Macleod constituency desired to do any such thing, as they had full -confidence in the ability of Mr. Sifton. In this -connection lie said the upheaval, at Edmonton wa3 in .the best interests of the province in more respects than one. It gave to the province a premier of outstand- ing ability as an administrator and statesman, and the crowd cheered in Us endorsation of the sentiment Mr. as a farmers' candidate, as though the farmers were in need of men of their oven class to sit in the legislature when as a matter of fact, seventy- five per cent, of the present mem- bers of that body were either farm- ers or men vitaily interested in ag- riculture. He proceeded to show some of the valuable things the gov- ernment had done for agriculture, the great wealth creating ind-ustry of the province, and 'he was sure that Mr MaunseU who was just as much a farmer as Mr. Patterson, would see that the needs of the farmers given every -attention by the gov- ernment. A. Friendly Contest M-r. Patterson made a very good speech and was given a good recep- tion. Mr. .Maunsell spoke briefly This harmless preparation will di- gest anything you eat and overcome a distressed, otit-of-order stomach five minutes afterwards. If your meals don't tempt you, or what kittle you do eat seems to fill or. lies like a. lump of lead in your stoiaacfe, or if you- have Heartburn, that is a sign of indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Pape's Diapepsin, and take l> a ;just as soon as you can. There j "Wi T i rw> T> London. Sept. are the results of the old country foot- ball_ games played today First 2, Notts Forest 3; Notts County 0, Everton 0; Bury 2, Blackburn Ro'vers 2; Aston- ville 3, Woolwich Arsenal 0; Middles- boro 3, Bristol City 0; Sun-derland 2. Oldham Athletic 1; Preston Northend 1, Sheffield Wednesday 3; Tottenham Hotspur 1, Newcastle United 2; Shef- field United 1, Bradford City lc Man- chester United 2, Manchester City 1. Second 1, Clap- Ian Orient 2: Bradford 3, Wcstbrom- wich Albion 3; Burnley Binning-j ham Derby County 1. Blackpool It I jFuIlham 0, Hull City 1; Gainsboro Trinity 3, Hud-dersfield Town- Leeds City 0, Lincoln City 1- Leices-l ter Fosse 1. Chelsea 0; Stock-port County 2, Glossop 1; Wolverhampton Wanderers 3, 0. Southern United 2, New Brompton Ci; Queen's Parki Rangers 37 Millwall Athletic I; Lu-i ton 4, Coventry City-2; Portsmouth! 2, Soutfoen-d United 2; Northampton 3, Southampton Brighton and Hove; 2, Plymouth 1; Exeter City 2, Wafr-j ford Swindon Town 2, Lyton 0: Bristol Rovers 0, Brentford Crvs- Palace 0. r be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no .stomacb. gas or Dullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, Nau- sea, Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a -certain cure for out-of-orfier stomachs, because it prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests it just the same es if. your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stam- ach misery at any drug store, wait- These large 50-cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure almost any chronic case of Dyspepsia, Indi- dav: Kilmarnock 3, Hearts 0; Mother- well 2, Hamilton Academyicals 2; Hi bernians 1, Patrick Thistle 0; Fal- kirk 3, Queen's Park 0; Glasgow Rangers 2, Aberdeen .4; St. Mirren 0, Clyde 2; Third Lanark 0, Airdrie ft; Celtic Dundee 1. SCHWAB CLOSING A DEAL TO EUFLD A FLEET San Francisco, Sept Call this morning states that, Chas. M, Schwab, former .president of tFnited States Steel Corporation, is, to meet Prtrioe Tsai Haun, unole af the Emperor of China in this city next veek "to close a deal" for the "build gestion or any other Stomach trouble iiig of a fleet of warships for China. We have a large display of Girls' and Children's in mushroom shapes, in the first afternoon ou are town and see the assortment s L Suite 2, Hill Blk., upstairs, Redpatk St.