Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 TJTE LETHtlRtDGE DAILY HKKALU Friday, Specials Mince Pies 25c Cream Puffs per dozen 40c Puff Paste per dozen OUc The 1'erft'dioii (lie I'lislry Cook's AH All kinds of (.-nke and cookies. KXIVM Spec-inl I'nr only Andelus Mi WHEAT ROTTED IN THE CAR MORE SPASMS Regrettable Mishap Due to Threshing Belore Grain was Ready idly developing district fifteen head of- exceptionally fine dairy cows which he purchased from Magruth breeders'. The tows were all Jerseys and WPTP j sonic of the bt'si iu the district'. Fancy prices were paid, but in speak- iins to 'he Herald man, ''st'euieil entirely sails-lied with his Ifar- Alagruiti, Sept. a-- 'gwtiabli' ivmiition brought io 'jiliglil lien-' ihe "oilier day when a'car lliuf'tt-hi.ai, mvued by a prominent arp tj'mivoi' ihe distiiin, 'r covered to .be rotting. The wheat had eviiically been threshed before ii was properly ruieil anil hardened, and on BY AL BOYCE HIS LETTERS TO MRS. SNEED WERE OF MOST AMOROUS CHARACTER Aniarillu, Texas, Tin1 Sain. Thei are all gon.l, reliable taking oi testiinoliy in Ihe habeas cnr- .animals. MlM John II. (rom t.ows 1( lrt ex-'; ended late, yesltirclay. -faber .fair -tpday. ;l'he m, .uu.std o the mm H, ot Al. 0. lloyce, by slioot- iia-huleri --horses; Uje (or. This is a very serious to the farmers of Hie country it means a loss of about twenty a bushel to them. The wheat i in this condilion is absolutely value- i less for milling purposes, and only he used for feed, and as arsa- mallows supply just rc- t-eiveil. Two Macalpine Killein will be heard' today. Portions of the cvideiu'e in hieing loaded into the car had become swjlie aml of Kneed at Korlli Worth i; heated and in due course, rotting sin Shiie-'stallion, winner at" illfl of A- Koyce, sr., This i.s a very serious in Alberta this 'admitted as evidence. A .suit caup, year, .iiiinne the lei. Mr.' ttfne' identified as and left by him was nil smiles, and helieu's he will' a room which he had occupied sc'v-1 make inroads in the wrivcs at ('l'a! previous to the killing of ..the Taber exhibition. This fanner -younger Ikncehere, was intro-iuccd a regular business of showing by tin- prosecution, toother with Us j stuff at the various fall fairs, and contents, which incluml -A- braisl it is ,.01 particularly profitable and fasdnat-, Plale black j is slight possibility oi this happening ;u-uially eniors it, and he is; -M1 indictment charging was J again, for the farmers are now allow-i valuable knowledge which will' returned., today by UK- grand jury! jinj; their ,-ruiii In thoroughly ripen to him in fu-'' B.. Kpling, arrested M-V-; I atuf ciire in the slooks beiure getting: ,urp Hint1 clears up about. eia' ('a.vs aftfii: the Boycc killing, as ;it threshed. J dollars every toll by show- alleged accon.-plice of Sm-ed. j5 his animals." A fast at- Tnc brass breast plate and folsp: ichmriit has -grown -between Mr.; heard, -which it is" said he wore at aiid the lhc time killing, were exhibit-; and a southern Alberta fair would cli the t-'ourt. Two more baldly be complete wHIiout ihe writien by Boycc tn .Mrs. Lena Hnred, i Thiesliine has been resmu-eil alter i an period of idleness. The crops' arc yielding splendidly, and three of favorable weathei will SIT by far the greater portion of the wheat thresheii and marketed. Most known timue of the Garden City's w-ere introiluceri by the defense today i of the wheat this year is grading No. .Mayor. Hoy Searle and Amil Klhert; of them starts out j and 2.' also shipped -several 'pens of poultry j 'A Dangerous Spasm with Mr. Kiric. j "Jly- have been !ecl- The many friends of Mr. Robert; jns so blue aiid lonesome because I I IVurson brothers have started tbcir jarge crop. They have a hundred acres of the tinest wheat in -residing in >lag-ralh and failed (o hear from you, hut 1 the country. ICxperls who have seen, jrici. will Vi- pleased to hear of his ceivcd your letter today and you, this crop, among whom may be men- marriage to Miss Cnxton, of Bishop kncAV how it helped me. It njaii- I Auckland, Durham, England, Billed me, precious.' when tln-y i r.C- tioned Ueorge Creen, manager Next V. Phone LOST HEAVILY EY SLOW DELIVERY Car Nine Months on Way From Sssk.. tc ram Big Sum the 7-iftuiioba Gnuii Growers' associ.i- lion. discussed yesu-rcay the of u' western Jarmev who shipped a car rpconl yjeld Q[ flax oi wheat In Ueceniner, UU1, whioh j as wheat. Tile elevators jJic Allison Milling LV- F.levator a time at Edmonton, j took- y0u from uie- I was so cast, pr.im.nmce it the heil in the province. The .Her. jir. Smith, formerly" the' down 'i did not cave what happened TiiC'.vheai i-s grading No. I hard..and local Preshtteriao minister, perform- to me. I will lie grateful to your is weighing on an average of sixty-Jed the ceremony, and the reception. faiher and muther "all my life (or five pounds to the bushel, ilr. Peter-: was held in his mansr. The vouna! provaniins lii-al ironi pmting your is geUing- the rcpular market couple will make their future home in' in the saniUrinm. It cost me nrk-e for No. 1 wheat, plus a premi-jthe capital, wlicrp Mr. Spoof is em-' to escape, bf-ing rteportiMl from' I wm paid him because of the imusually; ploypd at tlie Kdmotilbn Printing Co. Canada t0 the I'liiicd Slates on thai1 heavy veijrh; of his grain. as a compositor. Mr. Spoor was as-' ubduclion charge. j Coar5c grains are being cut with all soeiaied the Herald reyresenta-i ".Murray, (one of' HOVCL-'S" lawyers) f I possible speed. AH the flax is no'wjtive several years ago in the pufclica-j daims iVscaped only because great1 j ripe and the farmers are getting down j i nf the Magrath Pioneer, and the' pressure was brought to bear on' the j j just as quickly as possible EO as to days spent 01; the humble rural minister oi toreign affairs in Ottawa.! I safeguard against any heavy were banpy inilecd. lie joins with the' They tried to get 1 had on de-j ihat might occur. 'What' little dam-: numerous friends of Mr. Spoor in-posit there. -'I age from frost thai has been reported wishim; the newly wens a.happy I "I .Wroie Ma we! I thus far ir. .Magrath district is very j prosperous career. are now re- well: painting the housk Kirns and out-: I buildings of T. i-leninger, jr. loved each other, and I know Ma will] week now forgive voir- This hurts ins rgi orse than you, darling. You are; the purest and best :oi women. Tou j _, reacned us destination teptember. ceirmi? wheat regularly. 'A car short- the well known Welling farmer. When have, few equals superiors. Grid J7 ST'f tjase I Mr. Wright finishes his job there will 'the dav when, we shall he ut; 1 t'raiArook.B.C-.h.em, neater farm in the country than Ueiher." 'j prce in'that rap- M, Heninger's. Thc lettei.readH, in It n-as unloaded at Port Arihnr Sep. unifier -12, 1012, just niuo motith-i and liine days after insiiecuou ar grain in the meantime had tiiterioraieii ro such an extent it sold at a tiet- img ihc ail were -cr riie contents of the car. Had tiiis tar been delivered .v.ithin ihrM tvepk.- was iu- a.'id ?oid ;ii the thr-i; market UIP farmer would hav> realized S'i'ii'. The fsniK-rs on ;iii.s about 01' GREAT CLEARING HOUSE PROJECT .___________________ j RAILROADS CENTREING ON LON-j DON, ENGLAND. INTERESTED IN THE SCHEME j SKLSCRAPER RESIDENCE SOON "Oil, precious, .1 ilo iriss you. r'jease write mo. ami tell full fr atops got i'.niJ t-levatops got tbeii tlpvfttor charges. oii'.'e heard she laie .Jiidge handed bv iliem, at pay wbsn nc- charrman of tlie rail-! f_ t_ "ivay ooiuniissifin." said >lr. .1 very sinii'-ic1 London, of tbc railroad and transportation companies in London arp interested in a .scheme for tin: const ruction of U; vast i-learing house for all goods proposed cost i for laud, building and appliances oi about The plant is to he I entirely by electricity. A I I fraction of the'building for exhibition j purposes has been creeled at Kaling j and has heen by many experts; intf-resled in the scheme. The propos-1 .-issociarion in rhis province take the j stuieiure. is .of-sleel. faced with! .one and iiieasun-.s u-M from i-spiiif-nl roof. It- is fort I fig and "nil! ffct broad and eompris- j ctjihi Hours. It will I.R j rnii'n.li-d a courtyard liln feet an- lnnh niidrr the ground, level. Wliile. ihurefore. Hges. his only recourse to have ihe Grain Growers' inaiirr up and conduct the case for the .ndivuiu.-U. I "I limt rlierH are j hundreds of similar (.B5eS io fhis one, .Ithou.n ,b, deiay in ,hi, New York, Sept. New York's pioneer skyscraper resi- dence is just about to be complet- ed. This first mansion of the new is located at 10 West 54th street and will stand eight stories high. It is to be the home of John D. Rockefeller Jr. The magnificent palace will be ready for occupancy at Christmas tlrne. The architectural design is of Italian renaissance. The effects of the roof garden playground with an ornamental pergola are expect- ed to be most imposing, On the ground floor will be lo- cated a large vestibule entrance. opening into a spacious reception room, with an office and break- fast room; upon the same land- ing." The second floor will be taken up with' the dining, draw- ing and music whife- the" library wilt be upon' the third ith the owner's suite. j everything. will 'it le More you ran obt-U" ii divorce Life holds nothing (or nifr, precious, but 'and uiihoiit you it is weary, j hideous, darling. When we are, j er again I. want, your, two children! j with us." i i -John HIanton. Snced's j was on thr stand most ni ihe, dijy, j I HP Testified lie had protected S'ueeri almost since March Ist.j and ihal Tor a while In1 watched Mrs. i j .Sneed al Calvert for fear _she might i i leave with the children. Me said j I Snivd at his ranch praciued daily; with the children. He. said -Sneed at! his ranch practiced daily with rifle I and revolver. floo ,ha, i F'nale'liaufipd. is .1 finish hy the Krain "''hp hnp! tions of '.lie wt-sit-rn iinivim-tts. Thr-y 1 ivtjirld inside and oulsidntlu- Fhoiild wiUi tiie a; j a 'oiai Hour space nf feel Their commniKl for thp j .sun foci ami could accommodate of reciprocal cfpiiiurrage. farmer ahoin lo.iMHi loads of jioods. It is T.-lio susiain? a loss r.hroii.aii tiii? rhiirued that bv source should intmediately matter to ihe attention of tary of the Ontral (5rain association." nli-aiis ,if truvellins racl, i swiiily and maependpiiily to wliatt-vci LIBERAL PAPERS RIDICULE CIRCUS] ___.___________ i 1 UNIONIST LEADERS CUT RlDlCU-, LOUS FIGURE PLAYING ON i PREJUDICES Or PEOPLE j ____; THE GRILL CAFE Still Doing Good Business; 410-5th Street, S. Two Doors Xorili of Morris Thoalrc See our Popular Priced Dinner Menu and Try the Goods Afternoon Teas a Specialty Oysjers Any Slyle '.MenIs nl all. Hours. fhiclp is awailinp; it. Railroad conned ions will iiit'ii by a scrips ui tulies. 'he stip- PROGRESSIVES ENpORSE WISCONSIN GOVERNOR] Milwaukee. Sept. U Gover- nor Fraiures K. McGovern. Republican. wds.iast .night Riulc-rsed hy the Sinie toniral ttommitlfe of ihf ProRresalvfi party. Siaip of The Prosres- sive uany, Norman HaKer, affr tlie j meetins. I ihat in endorsing; Mctlov- 1 crn. wo will be .supporting :t candidato I who siaiv.ls absoliu-ely lor ihe prln- 1 ciples adopted by the Progressives of i ihe KM to iinri nation. ihat tlio in- 1 loresl of the parly will be honor scrv- j ot! hy n PI pin ring anothoi- randidatv in Ihr field." liest lniilj cooked fresh Only the life glviiip prop- erties of Ihe RIGHT kind of m t en n give you ba ck the energy you waste in sport, and play. Try our meat for brawn and muscle building; Lethiiridge Meat J. MURPHY, PROP. Majestic Theatre, Phone 635 j London, Sept- Liberal and j j Radical pnpers are maUstig a tif-a! of; j fun of Sir Kduanl Carson, who is ac-i i ensi'd of surroundin.K himself in tlic j j rereiK 1'lsi.pr dftnioiisirations by cere-j monies usually reserved "Tor the King.! 1 Tln-y ridicule the I'lsicr agitation i j generally. HIP dummy rifles and anil J and jissudo military ppecla-j '-If? as a sort of circus show. Tlipy.J I admit, however, ihat the I'ltit-er pco- j i pie themselves are in deadly earnest. The Belfast correspondent, of the Radical Daily News. "in Knsland. these military Itamdes very properly are smiled il would lie well if attention ivero withdrawn from the ridiculous figures cur by the political loaders, and fixed on the folk who parade, for they sire finite in eanittst, and not1 ridiruloiis. althoush they seem to have los! their sense of hum or. nut they hold ten- aciously 10 their faith, which if nar- row nnd selfish and rancorous, I be- liev-e some of them would die for if." We Sell for Less RYLANDS CO. We Sell for Less Smart Serviceable Tweed Coal Selling medium priced coats is one or the .bis attractions hi our Sectioi.. where you you will find no values lilto in week the express bnumht us tltil-to ;ui addition 10 our Kplciidid stock. See the new Cheviots and Tweed Con's svu arc soli- ing m If you are a small or sized woman, would advise you to sco this wonderful suit. o-'feriiuv. The tiumiMty is: timiiorl, lint quality is there. 520 and would not buy these, it' we Imd larger sixes. .Materials, are tweeds. Come expecting n bargain, we v.'ill kc alter- ations on these aL a nominal' charge. SeamlessJBlack Cashmere Hose Another snap in the hos- iery It) doxen Ladies' Hluck Cashmere hose seamless legs and feet; double sole; sixes to 35c. 25c Lndies' white fleeted vests, just- the proper weight for Fall wear. Drawers either opflii or eioscd to match, regu- lar -laii (itiiilily; all 35c. Corsets Reduced to_95c A -scoci strong corset that sold frrply Ht-Si.2o; iiotliinp lo oqnnl it for fit. Extra loiif; ovt'r hip; nil sixes, from 10 to about ,'ii) pairs to clear on Saturday 95c Reiin .do Are Best, Ask To the ladies who are looking; after a shoe that feels comfortable and looks n-eat and stylish, there ib no shoe like the Rclindo. The cushion heel takt-3 away the jar in milking, and adds niany months lo the wear of the shoes. They are ivitooiit doubt thp highest grade shoe made in Canada. All new models sind leathers arc represented in our brand new stock. Wide S Children's Coats Here in Great Variety Just at this time of the year mothers are on the lookout for-a warm comfortable coat for their children. We have received another shipment of coins for children from to 10 years, 'that will take some heating. Tiiey come in blanker-cloths, corduroys, sen riot Herges, etc., o-nd are priced from SI.00 up. axoay Flannelgtte at__10e A srood heavy weighL Sax- ony Flalineietie that.'is worth ac.ttial doxen of more novel patterns to choose from light, medium ajid dark eol- .Good width, bfjiler siock up' on this line. lOc Rib Cash Hose Lad A splendid black ribbed double somelhin? uh it l md hkp L SLOCftllS 6 t J eg il tr Tide wearing ashmere' 1 net 20c ies' White Flannelette Gowns Actually the best value we hare ever Keen for the money. Some of them are elaborately are priced S2, "TUen-wfi have a spcciarurie, in pink, or white at, -'7 etsat Large sined wool blankets i-n grey only, val- ue. Do not miss a chance to save SOc. This bargain will not be repeated. Large enough for any double bed. Some people prefer a light- er weight blanket, something ihat will be easily washed. See the new Saxony Flan- Jiette blankets wr: are show- ing' at A few grny soaHs included also at this price. DRESS FOR M S THE NEW ADJUSTABLE DRESSMAKING EASY have in stock the fam- ous Hall-Broehet Dress Forms for Home Dressmaking. N'oih. i-ns Hk? them 10 help you matte and lit your own dress- es find They are iirljuated rto any sjxe from to 42'' bust and arc priced Hi Si'i.OO. Then wo liave the atljustahlo waist forms 'Ask n.-i for denioniitraiion... so form A only had a? pur. store-, and when used with LHdiCij'-'Kfomc Jour- nal Patteiyifc. rdiipli- cate the work of rhe most, ex- pert drew maker. T-Lg-er .'Brand and ElubLic ICiiit. Underwear, near- ly all woof, in shirts and drawers from 34-. to sixes. A good wearing underwear, worth SI. 2-1 each. Our SHJC ;t garment. Cognbinati'n The best made, easy fitting combination suit on (lie mar: lift. JUKI mke the' rihie' to. loci-: at he new "Closed on i his Penman's ttbistie All sizes to exira special value at TO URGE PEACE Geneva. Switzerland, Sept. International Congress baa sent a de- claration to Oucby, Switzerland, to urge the Turkish and Italian dele-- sates, to arrange a peace sotlhMii honorabl'i lo both naiioni CLUB FOR UNION WAITERS j ai-or.un. KdnioiHon. lo imiic j omcroil it. mill slraislii liirout'li Kilmonlon. SOIL. llolel :nnli fooin (pr the Granii Tniok I'ariiic l.wo inniios nbovo the 10- Kcsianrani Kmployecs' of Kil-Mtl. .to be erected ut n cost of more mala when it was [lickod. inonton has established :i for its than exclusive of site, fiirni-i anil tncir over theltlliv and Ground lias hocn i Cosmopolitan eafe or, .Fasiier Avc., Iirokwi fur thfc I.'ohiipe.l striicuire, it lias tour largo and handsome- j which occupy ls'5 hy.lir.O foot, in ly ftirnnhetl ronins. also an i-leclrln i addition to which there will be tor-1 pinno ami a ooni-l faeoil ;nid to cover tho j hliiatinn pool nnd billiard lablp. The I entire block. Work on tho rouMilation I has si't aside a room fw j is to huKii! at and ihe str.ol KIII use of women employed in <-afes and j will, be raised early hotels ;uid has a 'ilvrary., 0. biiFincss agent. nnd financial .secretary, iK-rsoually fiiian- cod ihe iindertaUinf.'. The new om- cisr-o of the union aro: A. Oakos; Vice Cresidwit. Orio Marhi- nonn; rooordiun Horn- j spring. The hotel is to. bo- of 'oin ire Is oyiinuiH.-ri at uboitt _ burger; Inspecor Sl BLADE OF GRASS GRO.VVS i THROUGH TOMATO i Gourgo I'.. Stein oi' I'tiin'oton. Rcmovn one Hotel to Another. i ;l Wl'" 'uinato ihrnnsli] Urtmontoir, Sept. has i which, a blaile rf pvaas has Ri-onn. I heo.n grnnleil by ennnrll, :o i Instead of beiiiR turned by ihv lo, I (Iralid Hotel in Me-'mato the point OL' tlio of'