Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE -LETHBUIDGB.DATLY HERALD HIGH GLASS Groceries, Fruits and Confectionery mmer Drinks Il.T .Vinegar..very fine luallty. In large Lotties 35c no Juice, 'iMonsterrut, per 1 46 85c Lei Eiffel, Tower, per O1' .i; .Gr hpe Juice, Welch's per m'nt 4 !v. v 855. S; Apple Juice, iin- fln'o .dr.ink, ;por" bottle--....'....... 20c. 'Breakfast Foods f jrcHiu at Wheat, 1 for .45c 3 2 (torn 10c.4 C frape Nuts, 2 for .......35c. I (lalta Vila, 2 for 1- bat Toastieij 10c. oiled Oats, S lus. raham Flour ir WG h'aVe put'oii lollior delivery rig, thus bo service.. Ave. House Fresh Fruits Blue Plums, per bask.. ,60c. Rod Plunia, bayk. 60c. PeacheB, per Poara, per doz..........40c. Dewberries, per tji... Friday and Saturday of I the season Per Case doz 25c '10c-60c. Ha-nanas, per doz.......35c. Watermelon, per-Ib......Gc or by the trte whole Melon 5c. Lard, Meats and Provisions and piintnppiiuiHi' Boneless ha his." per" Ib. Best Cured flams, per Ib 24c. Sliced Ib.....30e. Cooked- .'.'.40c. Uacon, sliced, Ib. .30c 35c.. the'slde, 25c All' meats sliced by machine j Lard, 3 60c, Lard, o Ibs, ___'....... 90c. Lard, .Creamery butter........35c Or 3 for Sundries DrcHuliig, rJurkln'B. per 45c. Itoyal 40c. Gold 'Standard, ,25c, Hiilalna, Ifi m. 2 lor CiirrfliilB, 1C ox, Corn Tea; ion'fi; BJue Ribbon '.'fi Coffe.e, 40c. 1'lctles, Cross o per' Pickles, Red Sweet Mixed Sour Mixed'......... 25c. Onions 35c, Olives, new shipment just In all kinds, prices from I5c. to 51.0C -leily powders, 3 for ___25c. fee Cream Powder 2 for 25c. Don't forget thai this store is headquartcrH for Iresh fruits, a specialty being made of preserving fruits by the" crate. GOODS PROMPTLY LIVERED TO ALL PARTS .OF THE.CITY. REFORM ON A SLIDING SCALE Ja to Whole- salt Sweeps Eenglil't, August oE the; tariff sliould not be made at phe fewoopj Jbut it stiould te dn the opinion of Go-y." as announced last Th'a so declared In hiaviffrat dis? cuaeiou of tlie queaLioa for 'publica- tiou eiU'i'e ]io wrote bis spjeect of, ceptanpti, after a, long conference'w i Tepraaenrestive 'HedCIeld, .of iBrppklyn, .Tvhom. lip considers one of tho' beat rlafprmedfl da the country. oa..the .ii'a all agreed that." the Dovfernor' said, ivhen lute-i'Viewed and on fa. gradual re- tariff. the ccm: L 'fewwcb, mr. Hedheld tcild' the.reiprt- era'1'that Uio and tho 'Governor 1 top-Ice, -the tariff, tbe aiitfl thV traJnlng of as oft lowering the-high, colat of living. tariff, Governorfs view coincided Mn nvn. too much at one jump. For hist If 4 iiiirly point reduction Is decide upon in any one'schedule.'ltnvouid .b inaUe .two fifteen point r ductious at different, times intend of 'We want to refor the tariff, but wo do aot want to more barm than good. Business me .have money in res Led in their plan 'and machinery arid stock and th iiiipney cannot be turned over like department store turns over HE A stoi-e gets rid of its stock quickl a maaufacturer slowly. The woi need not be less thorough'if done b inst.eafl of by a single leap." The Governor wns deeply inLercsLe Mr. Red field said, in scientific trail ing of young men in farming. Tbi Mr, Redt'ield said, the Governor ha thought mean much i-n reduciu tho high cost of living, inasmuch a toe farme'rs of other countries are pro :ing- no .more and in some case leas, than' clicy 'produced per acr years ago. "H the production per acre bo ic -he said, "ihe fanner make more "money and at the same time ih price of his products is lowered." MOVED TO NORTH PORTAL hot1 tlie need of o-rgenera 'd oh almoHt every In) Mr.1 RedHeld "Tbej revision should bo thor- i made bydegn should.' slowb', CHUftCH LADS' BRIGADE C. 'L. B. OLD COMRADES Officer, -W. M. lap- aittpricifEint in. Caiiadn ib ox-pr-'L. B. members ComradiftB. all'ex-members'' send and ad circa a C3 to. Street, Tor- onto. -it "Oirii vcrsife "hf Ma n i tobw prters counM-TMdlng'ta in Science, blvll Electrical Tile Tuc- cbnatata or Hamilton, E. E Wentworth Bfoore has been ofllclcill: appointed surveyor of cnatoms for th port ot Hamilton, vice W. n. Davis who hag AORTA EMBEDDED. 1 WIRE KEEPS SNAKE TO CATCH VATS. Surgical Op- eration in New York -i'Hospital New .Yoi'JC.'Aug.' ojjci'dtlon pn'thc'hoaTL was perfohinnd this iuier- noon-lii HcflQvup HosnlLal. by Luslt, In w'bfch (hlrty six feet of gold wrapped.1 around the aorta, tlio 'great'-artery .lending froiu the liourt current'-d[ clccLriclly the .wire ..which reduced the the' arWi-y suniclcnlly. lo '.'lo perfonfi il'a naturn .loolc placn in the by the LdoJiflpgratlpii, which -'liV'tbG -tiie, patient opera- jcxpcctedt.-ttf'. entirely cure to -prolong the on- tloii, but readily-coiiBcinLed, and Lln. dale of tho opuniLlon was set for yua terdny. 'Owing to the BorlouHrieyB of Lhe opuraLlon, Iby regular operating room WUB not Inside the Crime room wtiH decided upon and D. supervising nurso was etatloned at the door lo prevent Interruption. Only physicians wore admitted to the room. The patient brought Into the room on n Htreleher, wc-ak mid suffer- ing. An examination wiia made Dr. Liuk, who anounced Ihat Uio ad- mlniBtering of an anaesthetic, such as other or chloroform, would be a ncciJlees risk mid he decided to use cocaine locally. After the incision, was made the gold wire, attached to a cauuulated needle, was run through and wrapped around the aorta. The wire WUB thin- ner than o hair and after it had been wound around ti ..spring fashion, the' needle was fifty years maker; wlio was-re- novc'd from (he Psnnsylvauia hotel on July Hi. At the lime of his en- rnnce he was lakcn to ward Xo. S., of Dr. Cody. He was ex- amined by several surgeons, who pro- Dounccd )iis case hopeless. Dr. Luyk woe called and afle'r an iKiunluatibn declared there was a chance. Tho patient waa Buffering rom a-swelling of the aorta, which ind grown to such an extent that it vas only a question of a shon time vhen the vessel would break and death follow. The patient was acquainted-with the acts an'd, told ,the risk of the opera- taken out to an elec (rical machiuej the Current'of whlcn WOE turned on -and aent through the wire; hardened the artery and in a--short-time tbe blood started to circulate freely through the aorta, and aL the-sam6 time the heart was allowed to'perfol-m The -wfla under observation for aftep -the- wound was ciosedf F'-''f 'l This is the second operation of its Itlud performed--in. this country. The previous operation was performed In Delleviic by tho-eaaie surgeon. Tlie operation took place.five months ago, the patient at the time being Henry Griffin'.. Tweivp.feet of gold wire was uaed on it was said that he wbiild hot like a week. Two. weeks he left tlie hospital and is today well and hearty. It was sold.. aL tbe hospital last night that.Nellson had already shown improvement .and .that It was only a question "of :tlme when he would be ready i.o leave the hospital. Mrs. Georgia Gardner Is a New York woman who keeps an eight foot popbci snitkc In her apartment hccauso she bus great fear of mice ircmely iond'of the after th> fnshion thii't mnuy.' otbei women do toy doRs and cata. GENERAL i ON fi.if. P. LINE WON'T HAS GEN- ERAL TIE-UP'IN BRITISH V COLUMBIA "-.I.. Vancouver, B. C., Aug. That nother thousalul Men went on strike :cdncsday on the" .'tjj'r'a'uy oE the Crranil .sonic ot tlie roads huik. by prison labor in the vicinity of Lcbhhriilgc. lion. C'. It. Mitchell, minis- ler of public vnrks, arrived in the city today, anil in ,.any vitl, linn. A V.I j jh .Hrili-' ptovmciM scL-i-elary, inspected f is coll. lainod in tin; tlcspatc-lies lasL nigM from the nortli. These declared Uml Ihc entire line in Ulis province is 110U' tied up hy >a st'op'Svork ordcr'or 'the I. W. W. The mcii wlio 'qlli'l't: ycsleldaj- anil loilay svvtllcil tlic rahlis of the strik- ers to soinelliing ovqu three thous- and. .Up to the first, of this weiik Ihc had hrcu confined to tiic west- eni end between. and Uurhs I ,akc, .where there .ivcre 2772 nick on the payroll, lint today it is under- stood, that all the'men right aeross tho counlry as far' as Tetc .luerie Cache liave laid doivn 'their tools. JULY FIGURES ARE SATISFACTORY The hank clearing figures for the month oi July as announced today lhat the city is enjoying a fair measure of business prosperity. Ju July, 012, the hank clearings amounted Lo as against for .July last year -and last month. The totals for the seven months of -1212 and 1911 arc and re- spectively. Land Oflice Figures The Dominion Land Oflice rcLurns lot the month of July last show sev- enty-seven entries divided as follows: 9 homesteads, II prc-cn.-ptions and our .purchased homesteads. Customs. Show Decrease The customs rsturus for the. month; i July just culeil were s compared with 75 roveal- ng a decrease of SG.659.03. PKJSONERS IN FATAL. MELEE I-os Angeles, Aug.- 1. One mairliiliud and two others wcrp. lat- ally injured in a light bclivccn pris- oners inAlie county jail shpctly aflsr suycn. o'clock .tliis. morning. r II. Mullen, serviiiir one ycau I'OE con- tribiiling to the" "delinquency: .o[ -.L a minor, ivas killed and 'Lewis W.. Xocll and' Martin MMtnzo are -Fatally wounded. NORTHERN S.TEEL CO. LOCATES IN WELLAND FORM WESTERN GOLF'' ASSOCIATION AT WINNIPSG Winnipeg, .Man., Aug. of various wpalcrn., golf clubs aro in- ip attend tile' Munltolin Golf Championship Augim' to Septem- ber 2iid, al St. Charles Coimtry club lo Will. Erect Boiling Mills and 'Employ Five riundred Men. J. JlcCormiclr, indus- trial comailBsipiiery announces the lo- cation In "VrellaucI ol' (lie Northprn has a capl- lal of, It will -srect rolling mills for rolling sheels and black pl'ale.'. The mniii bnllding will be'150 by 000.-.reel and So feet p.ud eqniilpctl.wlth :l tenton crane. Other smnllor buildings will, be erected on tlie property. Tlie construction of. the plant will begin at once, with the object of opening the plant in Febru- ary. It 'will run .twenty-four hours a day. In shifts of eight hours each, .ind completed employ five- hun- dred men. Disastrous Blaze in1 Mont- Firemen Injured Montreal, Aug. fire- men 'ivers Injured in "a' fire which broke out this afternoon -In the Mon- treal Abbattoir premises. .by smoke, ammonia Tumea, and'falls-froai ladders. Tho damage will 'exceed: Tho compiny their fu'll supply of meat-stored in tlie premises, valued at oyor which has1 de- stroyed. The tiro is.still burning, WITHDRAVA'S FRQM SUGAK Aug. I3uxtou, pccsiilent ot the lloinl'.of iiouncccl in today, UmV it was Vif: Clrcull lo withdraw from tlic Brussels sugar convention on tlic grounds .the terms of .Ihc protocol increasing tlic amount OL to; be. Hussia were, unsadiyfactory to :'thc One -b'o'y put it just, .right when he said: "My 1 But ain't Kellogg's easy to 52 :ORH HAKES 1 NUISANCE GROUNDS! ARE OFFENSIVE Is Lhdrc a iyYAinity; of Llic. Gait, ex- the report1 tlie 'li.urning ui debris of all sorts to the north side of the lospilal aL Limps causes nauseous iinells to filler through the 'various or the. hospital Only the btber lay one or two visitors happened, to jc paying a call on a sick friend and. ,hc odor of burning refuse which ;m.et ,hcir nostrils was hy no means pleiis- .nl: The patirafc visited bv..these larties also complained of '6b- io.tioiis smells. Hero is a chance iip- arciitly for Llic proper ct in some work. 10. HELPCABBST WESTEKJV GRAIN QBt..'golloe almost struck weto, oi'dcred to wear MAY ASK CLERGYMAN TO RUN FOR CARLETON Rumor of Senate Call for Ed. Rev, S. J. Robins to Succeed Him rumor Js current crc that. Edward Kldd. the federal uomhur for Carleton, be appoint- (1 !o tho Sennte and that Rev. S. J. toblna is (o be asked hy Premier Bordcn to contest that constituency hfi bye-election. Mr. Uorden rcal- zes that, bin (jilting material In tlie ousc aL present IB Innicnlably weak, ud Iho offer la made to this cvcrend genlleman as a reward Tor Is activity on the husting during the isL Dominion caninargn. Silver Spoons knives, forks and serving pieces, in many exquia- lie designs, arc stamped This brand ia known aa "Sfilter Plata that Wears and is mntlc in the heaviest 'grade of plate. Satis- faction ia guaranteed. Sold hy Lend Inn De F G. T: P. WON'T OPERATE Ni day, was burled'herc in the Chlnesi cemetery this-afternoon. EARLY CLOSING NOTICE During the months of July and August our store will close at t p.m. every Wednesday We earnnslly solicit Iho co- operation of our customers ITI tills movement au n mid-week rcsl for our cmptoyeen" In- sure you a better'service. SOUTHARD'S for Men aid Vv'onitn Lelhbridge, Albert!