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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta September 27, IfflT. THE LETHBRIPGB DAILY HEItALI) 1'ajje 5 -Iff 1 Standard Furniture Co.'s Seasonable Specials We are showing one of the best and largest lines of BRASS BEDS in Alberta We have these in fi.ll styles ami finished in bright brass, satin ;uid palette. AVood Beds in golden oak, Early English and fumed oak. These beds are the very latest and arc selling fast. ]STow is hhe time to bedroom up comfortable for the winter. Our prices are as low as possible, quality considered. Standard Furniture Co. Home of Quality Furniture Sth Street South Opposite Eureka Theatre CROWD WILt- QO TO COLORADO SPRINGS FROM THE AB ll10 for tho excursion It) Colorado In- come more and more complete, and II in certain 'Unit the special Iraln which leaves Lethuridfie on Saturday, Oct. Hth, will lie crowded lo its ca- inclty. Already many reuorvatloni nrc booked, and Mr. Downer, who Is In charge of-the train, slalcd tills rooming that there would be no dif- ficulty iii getting the required num- ber to join Hie party. One reserva- tion was made this morning by a. gen- Unman from Spokane." wno will come to l.cthbridge and join tlic party here. The C. V. II. will announce special rat- es lo Lethbrlclgo I" 'a few days for intending excursionists, so that peo- ple all over the West will have a good opportunity to come lo Loth- j bridge, and lake the train from here. This morning, the car- containing I (lib exhibit for the congress was ship- I pad, .1. I'- Jlanwaring going to Contls with it to clear the customs. The special committee in charge ol the 'exhibit will leave l.elhliridge sonic- Iliino next, week lo prepare it for the i congress. AUCTION SALE Having been instructed by tho owner, 1 will sell ai 3 p.m., fey Public Auction t On Tuesday, Oct. 3rd At The Market, Lethbridge. City The Following: ONE RED RIVER SEPARA- TOR I-laa ben used very Hllle. ONE COCK8HUTT ENGINE GANG Breaking and stubble bottoms. In good con- dition. above machinery may he seen at tbe market up till tho ilme of sale. CASH. T. J. Simons, MARKETS ORAIN MARKETS Sept. wheat openod 9S, closed 1-4; TJfic. opened OB, closed 35 1-4; May opened' ICO f-S, closed 100 1-S; opened 3-4, closed 3-8; Dec. opened 38 1-2, closed H3 3-S; -May opened '12 1-8, cioBBd -12 1-8: flax Oct.. 212. X'ash Nor. 38 1-t: 2 Nor., 3-4; :i Nor., 02 3-4; 4 Nor., SO 3-1; S4; (i Nor., VS; feed 70; oats 2 C. W. 40 1-2T 'No. 3 C. W., a-2; extra No. 1 fead 1-2; barley No. 3, 74; No. 4. 82; rejected 55; flax, I N. W, 212. American Markets Minneapolis Sept. opened 10G, rloEGd 105 1-2; Dec. opened 108 T.--1, closed 107 3-4 opsned 112 closed ill 3-4. opened 04, closad 9-1; Dec. opened ns'l-2, closed B-S; Slay opened 104 1-2, closed 103 3-4. HALIFAX PROVIDES ELECTION 'Mix-Dp IRREGULARITIES MAY KEEP HON MeLEAN'S SEAT IN DOUBT y St. John, N. B., Spt. situa- tion hi Snnbury Queens became de cldedly more interesting today as the result of the declaration day proceed ngs at Gagetown -before the returning officer, aniT from the present Indica- tion Hon. McLean will not get bis Parliament for some time. In the 'first ireturn McLean's majority was stated as II. It wns found that hi t poll which had given a majority For Mr. McLean the return was irreg- ular, the statement of the poll was not in the ballot box as required by law. He objected to the return and the objection was allowed. In the poll .the ire turning .officer claimed that 225 ballots had been sent to the deputy knowl edged bubt that official ac- itly the receipt of 179, while the number of ballots found in the box when the votes ve.re .counted was ISO, which; showed that: pno had seen brought in from outside. In the ppll of Cambridge there was np the the returning.of- ficer at first said that the deputy had placed" none there. A' Conservative scrutineer then stated that he had BOOH the statement placed in the "box. The retiirnius officer then admitted ie liad opened the box on tho even- ng of election day and had taken the statement out, but could give no good reason, for so doing. He ad- mitted that lie hud left the statement t his home.' Mr. Slipp accordingly 'bjected to the poll and Col. McLean tlairaed that it should bo co.untcd. This poll gave a substantial majority McLean. LAWYERS STRONG IN NEW PARLIAMENT G.N.R, OFFICIALS ViSIT FERNIE in the Pass What Jim Hill Con- templates (Snecial to', the Herald) ;Feriiie, tMan of the Great Northern Railway system, accompanied by G. H. Emerson, assistant general man- ager; R. D. Hardie, of power, all of "St. Paul, and K. ll Brown, general superintendent, ,bf Spokane, and AV. fi. Smith', division superintendent of .AVbitefish, -Mont., passetl over tltts Ferine -branch of the Great Northern isterday upon aimual.- inspection western branches of that great sys- tem. Some speculation is being; dulged in here as. to what chan the Hill interests will make, if any, in the policy of that corporation as a result, of the defeat of reciprocity. It is generally conceded that Jas. J. Hiil was very much in favor of the trade pact, and to the outsid-ar .it would seem that he would have 'been v-ery foolish if he brut not been favor of it. But his position as American prevented him taking any active part in the campaign, wfcile his active opponent in railway mat- ters, the C. P. R., had a free Jfand, which it did not hesitate to play for all it was worth. It may be expected that the C. P. R. will use its influ- once io block any and all attempts to continue such lines as have ready 'been granted building privil- eges which nife1 partially carried out. H has been stated thnt had recipro- city carried -Mr. -Hill was conteinnlat- ng the continuance of the Great Nor- thern branch, now matin. g at Michel, on up the Elk and finally to Ualgnry. MAJORITIES OF QUEBEC CONSERVATIVES Ottawa, Sept. of the new parliament include no less than 7G lawyers. .Other caJlings will be represented as follows: Farm- election, isrs fill, merchaals 32, doctors 21, manufacturers 17, lumbermen 10, JonrnaliHts S, notaries 7, live stock exporter 1, stockbroker I. If Carrlck elected in Thunder Bay and iRainy River, there will'.be Quebec, QHC-, Sept. a real nutate agent in thy house, majority in Dorchester is 3SO. Hon. L. There arc a couple of members P. Pellatier'a official majority In Quo-j whose occupation it is difficult io de- bee County is 48. 'ckle. The Man at the Bat is a Man of Ac- tion and Keen of Judgment. Ho knows a good thing when he soes it why, like all Sportsmen, lie favors MATCHES Made of Wax, with SMCtaUy treated You Can't Blow 'em Out. 'Sold in EDDY'S Whether this policy will be permanently cliecked or even hinder- id at all by the result of late is only speculation, but. It an intoix-sting speculation to peo- ple of this district to whom the ox- tension of that line would be so cii- rcctly b'eneficial. There are possibilities also to 1-e reckoned with in the coal mining sit- nntlnn, whon laken into connection with {lie railway extension abov-e mentioned. However high th'J laviff wall may be buill. it will ncvor head off the building of .railways Into this terrl- 'tory for nor prevent the con- tinuance and growth of trade ncross tho Una. It will not effect the. toy- ally of the people on either side, but it will most seriously affect tlwlr pockets and so long us n tariff wall is maintained there will remain H great advantage to the C. P. It. rail- way in the matter or freight rates which that company may be cd upon lo take full advantage of. ll.-jtead of prcvcniiiii; file construe- t.ion of extensions by rival companies It may be possible that Ihe defeat >of reciprocity will bring about oxacl- ]y the opposite rcsull, dcupiie the efforts of the C. P. II. ami Its sup- posed Influence with the new govern- ment at Ottawa. All til IB talk Is the result of the (irnitt Northern officials yesterday. which is nn annual occurrence, which under ordinary cfrclllustanf.vs, would Imvti attracted JiUl-e attention, PINCHER CREEK BANQUETSHERRON His Friends of Every Shadf of Politics Present Pinchcr Creek, Sept, 2G.-Tnc linn- quet tendered Mr. John Herron in the dining; hall of the Arlington hotel last night was about the most suc- cessful affair, of its Kind held here for some time and has been the talk of the town today. The number of per- sons present.lacked only ten o! being i one. iaclutlms; Riicsts from Macleod, niairmore, Cowfcy, Sum- merview, Fisliburn, and in (act all the intermediate .-points between Mac- leod'and Piticlier'Creek. As previously, stated, the dining ball was very tastefully decorated, among the decorations -V'ing some well got up.cartoons, the subjects of which were, oi course, at the expense of the Liberal .sfA'frnmentj hut ev- erything was 'taken 'in a good-natured bv any Liberals present. The hnnnuct as 'provided in all its details, reflects file greatest credit on the management..oi the Arljngton and the alacrity, oi those in attend- ance on the tables. The menu was par excellence and thoroughly enjoy- ed by the largo'mimhcr who partook of it. When the splendid repast had been disposed oi to the satisfaction of all the chairman oi the evening, Lt. Col. A. 0. aiter an appro- priate introductory address, proposed the folloivini; toasts, coupled wltli the names appended to the same "The G. W. Hiichanan "Can- Dr. Johnslon and John Carter "Out pronos- id iiy th'.! chairman and H. K. Hyde, was ably anil feelingly responded to AFr. llerion Conservative by M. MoUrni and II. I'ut- man "The glorious future of the lonscrvativc T. Cumlicr- land and W., T. Eddy "Town of M. McLean and Mr. JIc- Laughlin "Crow's Nest II. Lyons and .John Carter; "Lundhrcck md Dr. Johnston and W. T. 15'idy. The responses to the various toasts ere .nil nf an animated and clover description, nothing being .said to mar the harmony existing locally be- :.wern members of the two political imrtirs. In spite of his recent; de- cat at lire polls, the friends of Mr. both Conservative .and Lib- eral, were glad to be present, on this iccasion Ui'mark their appreciation their estimate of him a5 a friend, in upright gentleman and an honor- id of the federal riding of Vlacleod. It was a happy and socialirather- it much so that it was well nidi four o'clock in the morn- uiir iji'fotv the party dispersed. FLOUR Wheat from the choicest farms Saskatchewan. Truly, a flour taat all good house- wives should use. Your dealer sells it on a money-back guarantee IT I ROBIN HOOD FLOUft Made in Moose Jaw. MINERS' OFFICALS MET AT MACLEOD A meting of the executive of Dis- trict No. IS U. M. W. of A. was held in .Macleod yesterday, and Although no ews has been received as to their deliberations the people of the city are hoping that they made some ar- rangements for a re-opening of nego- tiations with the operators. Donald JlcNnb of Lethbridge went up to at- tend the meeting, but is not to for a day or two. In the meantime Lewis Moore, secretary of AT STARLANO mil KM if icon t. firrav. of photo plays has been arranged at Starlantl for today including n big western 'drama OuMaw-.i' a stir- ring story dealins with a vvesLei'it girl's love, her duly ami her lovor'y strategy. "Over the Ilrinlt" is one of lha best production.-, that has over come to It would take too long lo describe It but once seen it will remain long iu thf> minds of all for yoinc time. Some rattling good coinuiHes will complete a pro- gram which will certainly .uphold Starland'fl rcpirfHiion as the home of I ho world's host photo plays. And don't forgot .Mull and .foff will Iw hcrv Friday and Saturday. SASKATCHEWAN ELECTIONS ON NOV. 8 Yorkton, Sask., Sept. It is definitely known here tho local union, is making arrange- ments for the distribution fortnight's rations, and he states that the miners are in a good position to continue the strike if forced lo do so. Everything is; quiet along line, and the independent, mines tu'e getting out enough coal to supply tlie needs of the people of Southern AJ- burta at least. HOV.-OVGI-, the invirr fs coming in for more serious con sidoration from both operators iiml fuiions, and it would not be siii'i.'rlsini; if pome movo was made toHarfl a fieUlenient within a few days. LOOKING FOR NEGRO MURDERER AT WINDSOR Windsor, Cm., Sept. Ualgen, n. negro, is being sought, by the policy as the murderer of Thomas -Mills, whose dead body was found near the Michigan Central Railroad here early last Wednesday morning, with ihe skull crushed in. Dalgen is dock it. .t nui.iv mnn, who worked with that the provin- pi ills. lie was iolran into custody, cial elections will be held on questioned the day following thte November 8. I murder, bnt lie told such a straight 1 iBtory that he was allowed his -lib- tf erty. STRATHCONA AND EDMONTON UNITE Bdnionton, Sept.. big major- ities the ratepayers oC Edmonton andA SLrjithcona both .decided today in fav- or of amalgamation. Thy (ju6'3'iion lias lioen under dis- cussion for some months and a Joint committee has h.'id n large number or sessions in- drawing up the basis of union. An agreement was finally reached which has proved satfefacL- ory to a big majority of tks people. Th-3 name of" the new city will t'j It'dmonlon arid final steps, in the ;un- algamalion will he brought about hy fin act of legislation during the com- ing session in November. TRUTH'S OPINION., London, Sept. anent the Canadian elections says that the ap- to Canadian loyalty was a plaus- ible and powerful oc-e yet the victory of Borclcn must not be entirely, at-, tribated to Canada's attachment to THE VICTOR VICTROLA m Now to be had in models from No instrument can reproduce the voices 'of the world's greatest artists so faithfully and true to life u the VICTOR VICTROLA, No instrument has the same sweetness of tone that the VICTOR VICTROLA possesses. No records are as natural and as free from scratch as Victor Records. 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