Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JO! DEPARTMENT THE SWEETEST FLOUR YOU MOW TA YLOR-MADE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in liitrii Apricots, Blueberries, Red Curranti and Gooseberries NOW IS> THE TIME TO ORDER THE ABOVE by APR1COTS-A Quantity just in at a special price.. "gg they, C 1 AQ Price per case -Per baskets Cranbrook, B. C., sup- RED CUKRANTS. ALBERTA GROWN to fRft posed to be extra fine; lowest market price arrive; extra special 4-lb basket each bWW on arrival. B C 20 pound sack, when ordered with case of fruit, Office: THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 ------PHONE 1576------ CARLYLE ICE CREAM IS GOOD FOR CHILDREN Garden Given by the 0. E..S. At 120 llth St. South Tomorrow Evening At 7.30 In aid of Belief-Fund Band in attendance Good Time Assured Welcome, Are the'clty? Watch Big POPULARITY CONTEST MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Auc. 3.-Opening and closing prices on the 'grain ex- changes today were Wheat- Open Close nct 1.06 1.05J JW '.........'.I............... l.OSi 1.05 May MS? Wheat- No. 1 Nor. So. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. No. 4 1.445 1. CASH PRICES _ o. 5 1.281 1.26 1.21 1.12 9E" 83 SO S2 88 S5 SI SO Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair Ca'.gary, clear..... Medicine Hat, clear Macleod, clear..... Red Deer, clear Foremost, clear Prince Albert, clear.. Qattleford, clear Saskatoon, dear..... '-t Swift Current, clear 72 Moose Jaw, clear 74 Regina, clear...... 12 Winnipeg, clear..... "4 Port Arthur, fair.. -S6 Kamloops........ SG The weather over the prairie pr vinces has been clear and fine. Forecast Manitoba and and moderately Tvarm. and warm. 54 50 55 50 54 SO 46 43 44 48 66 .06 65. 60 55 No. 6 Oafs- No. 1 C. W................. an No. 3 C. 55 Extra No. 1 55 Barley- No. 3 No. 4........................... Feed CM_-___ i No l.N. W. C.'.......... "1-SH No." 2 C. W................. l-36i CHICAGO WHEAT Sent. 1-OSi l.OSi Dec 1-08} May 1-Hi 1.1H MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Sept 1-OH Sec 1-0'i 1-061 LOCAL MARKETS I. Financial'Secretary E J English was elected financial of the Knights of Colu'mbus at a special meeting held recently. Charles Chaplin at the Empress In presenting "Mabel at the the management of. the Empress has no Ifesitaion in recommending this as the best Keytone Chaplin ever hown In Lethbridge. Tonight will be pa- trons pai-day, -when every patron visiting the Empress will be paid in actual cash This is no flim-t'iam or. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Tract price ot wheat .......1.02} Whcat.................. '3 Oats 40 Flax Barley v6 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No Baled, ton 11.00 No 1 prairie, baled, ton'..-...'.i.'. 10.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES LettuceT'lSc. to 2flc. a doz. bunches. Onions, areen, 15c. to_ 20c. a doz. bunches.- to. 20cv a doz. bunch- es. .Qreen usas, per. Ib... 3. cents. Head lettuce, per'.dbz., 20to 30c. New: 20e; New.beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New .b'unches, 20c. Kew potatoes, ton. Cauliflower, 'Cabbage, .il-75 per crft. LivMtbck and Poultry Choice 0 to 6jc. Fat cows; killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, Sic. Select hogs, 6Jc. Live 18c. per It No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12-to'llc. Fresh- gathered .eggs Hc-i per 'doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy'-bu.tter '20c. MURDERER .SUICIDES' CITY AND DISTRICT Leave for East N. C. Stibbs, storekeeper of the C.P.R., and his wife left yesterdaj for an. extended visit in the east. Julv Barley Cutting W. J. Lloyd of Irvine began to cil' his barley on July 27. The stand was BO heavy that It chnM the bind er, according to- the Medicine Ha' News, Sons of Ennland Notice The Sons of England R.R. degree meet tomorrow evening at S o'clock sharp in the" S.O.E. hall. The execji tive are requested to meet at 7.3C sharp. Has Broken Ankle E. X. Hanford of Endon is in th Medicine Hat hospital, suffering Xrom a broken ankle, sustained while hitch ing up a "sreeri" pony, when his foo became in the hitchinr chain. Orphtum Under New Managemen R B. Moulton'has taken over th manasument of the Orbeum Theatre formerly run by A. L. Floret. Th theatre has taken on a new aspec inder the new management, and i sing improved considerably. Special Intercessory Service At 8 o'clock tomorrow (Wednes day) a special service of interceasio and prayer will be held in St.. Cyp rian'8 Church, to commemorate th anniversary of the .entry of the Br tish Empire into the Great War. Th members of the choir are requested t be -in attendance. This servic should be largely attended, especlall by those who. have friends or relative at the front or in training. FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Flerisls Funeral.Flower. ..Specialty Lethbrldge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee. their work. E: Chaplin Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, utl McNabb's Saddlery. Storage. Itteries recharged and repaired. For Tan and Sunburn Nyal's Face Cream And Face Cream Soap Will remove the soreness from sunburn in a few minutes. For removing tan there is nothing better. PRICE 25c PACKAGE Sold only at Nyal Stores. Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co.. Limited Old-Timers' Picnic The postponed old-timers! picnic vill be held on Thursday of this week. The plans as made originally will be carried out. Conveyance to the pic- nic grqimcls will be supplied from 1.30 o'clock in the -afternoon. Rigs will eave the Fleetwood school. Cobourg, Ont, Aug. Edward ait, the man who, on Monday last, t Port -Hope, killed his twelve-year- ld daughter an aie, committed' uicide -in the coiinty-iail here laat night, by hanging himself. bed c'lothei to the -bars- above 'the celldoor. IS HE? Safe and Sure should be your relief from indi- gestion, biliousness, or consti- pation. Known to be reliable and famous for their1 prompt and certain Beecbam's Pills Cutting Wheat at Dimmore Medicine Hat News: Wffliam R Babington residing about two mile from the city, in the direction Dun more. Is the first farmer in the di trict to cut his wheat.this year. Th afternoon turned h binders loose on a sixty-acre field i the f'nest wheat that has ever bee grown in 'this district. He himse has been farming for thirty year and he cever saw finer. Remain With 63rd The Calgary and Medicine .Hat co panies of the 63rd Regiment of E monfon, including -Lethbridge men, are not to he separated from that battalion to form the nucleus.of a new battalion, but will still form part of the 63rd, according to an announce- ment made yesterday at Ottawa. The 63rd is ordered to Calgary camp at once for training. Two Charged With Sedition 'The 'R.N.W.M.P. afe doing their duty in regard to the apprehension of disloyal subjects -who are talking and acting against' the interests of. the Empire. Two men are now in the mounted Police: cells here on the charge of sedition. H. B. McLean, from Bow Island, is q.ut on bail.-awai> Ing trial, and and H..Wern- ing-are in the cells, where they were sent from Medicine Hat. Is Private Boiworth Safe? Some concern Is felt here by the friends of Private B. Bosworth, for- merly of this city, as to whether he has lost hia life or been taken a pris- oner. He enlisted with the 8th Bat- tallon of the First Canadian Contin- gent and was heard from on aeveral occasions-by Lethbrldge friends .since he went to (he front. Not long ago a parcel was sent.to him at his proper regimental address, hut word haa come back that the. parcel has been returned; as- cannot be lo- cated. mends now fear that may have been taken prlioner, or. prc- bibly lost his life on .the battr.field, though his nan. has let appeared It the casualties so far. Chocolates Arrived today, deliciously fresh. tiw o pounds and' fives. Pounds, two pounds'and fives. two" and- five pounds. ASSORTED HARD Pounds and two pounds. NUTS AND HARD Pounds and two pounds. PARADISE CHOCOLATES. CREAM DIPPED pounds J.O.HipbothanfCo.ltd. The Store GENERAL ELECTION It: SOUTH AFRICA Capetown, Aug. general elec- tion for the Union of South. Africa will be held this year, probably in September. Genera'i Botha Is -ex- pected to undertake a political tour in the Orange Free State, the .hotbed of his opponents, the Herzognltes. The first intention to postpone the election would have necessitated -A special session of the Legislature to amend the -but the trl- imphant termination of the campaign n Southwest Africa enables the gov- ernment to avoid tills much ed alternative. Victoria Ont., is .contri- buting; two machine'-guns- Michael I. O'llara, a well, known resident of Medicine Hat, is dead. Rev J. A. Claxton, o! Bassano, has taken charge of Knox ..church, Medicine Hat. PERFUMED CLEANS' AND DISINFECTS MADE IN CANADA Home Guardi Drill Another good drill of the Home Guards took place at the Barracks last evening, when over one hundred men turned out and were put through Foot drill and riile drill by instructors Frame, Webb. Richards and Flggins Commander Skelton had intended to have the sixty rifles belonging to the school board and to give the entire company rifle drill, but the rifles were not obtainable at the last rao ment. Over thirty men who hat brought their own rifles were drilled with them. The other three com panies were given foot drill. Social at Hardieville A garden social has been arranged to celebrate the second anniversary of Trinity church. Hardieville, and will be held on the grounds at Mr Newton's, Westminster road, on Wed nesday evening, August .4. The grounds will be- opened at 7 o'clock, when, various games will be Indulged in, after which a programme of music will be rendered by the Salva- tion Army band and others. freshments will be served. For the convenience of friends coming from town, .the street cars will be met at the terminus between the hours of 7 and S p.m., by conveyances. Alleged Garden Thief Charles Roske. wanted by the city police for innumerable, thefts of gar- den produce on both sides of the city, but particularly on the north side, ivas arrested by the Mounted police, at Coalhurst, yesterday afternoon. Roske iV-.thougbt to be responsible for most of the depredations of the gardens which have taken place this spring, -He has a bad reBiltation, and i record in the police books, having put in a five-year term for horse-steal- ing He Is the man who was caught red-handed: at the Job last week and left his hayrack in the hands of the owner of the garden whilst he made hia escape.. He had not been seen In the oitj. and yesterday the police heard of his presence in Coalburst and nabbed him.. Widow Gets thousand dollars has been paid within the.last few days to the wiffe of a Brantford yictim he Lusitahia disaster who had pur-( chased an'accident policy for 12.00 i The settlement for the claim in full, which-was without recourse to the courts establishes a precedent new to Canadian, British and American law. The victim of the disaster was Wm. Tork, a mechanic in the employ of Him Nott, Limited, Brantford, whose wife and baby were in England. Prior to! leaving Brantford to go abroad he purchased an accident cer- tificate entitling the beneficiary to 12500, -n-lth double liability in case he- insured met death on tram or loat After the 'Uisiiania went down lohh T. Ham, M.P.P., made applica- tion on ibehalf of Mrs. York for the money, but the company pointed out that, according to the certificate, the hsurance company were exemplified from liability .where death was due or partly" to explosives of war. In "the case of the Lusitania it was claimed that both -war and explo- sives had caused it to Sink, and the claim was refused.' Mr. Ham retained Geo. S. Gibbons ot London, and the company Messrs. Hngh.Rose, K.C.', Alex.Fasken, K.C., and W. German of Toronto.-, ;Jlr. Gib- bons contended that neither war nor explosives had caused 'York's death but that drowning had. His argument jv'as that the explosives and war were the cause but not themselves the im- mediate cause of the man's death. After a discussion testing many weeks, the company admitted doubt as to the soundness of the objection, and; following the traditional policy of paying claims whenever there was a doubt, made settlement In full.. U. S. CALLS ON NEIGHBORS Washington, Aug. United States has decided to ask the co-op- eration of the South and Central Am erican countries in the next step to restore peace to Mexico. The am bassaaors irom ugcntmc, Brazil and Chile' ind the ministers from Boli- via Uruoway and Guatemala have Men to confer mlh Secretary Thursday. Send the Alleged Hold-ups Back to Face Charge Frank Ccravalo and "Shorty" Mqf- frici, who .were arrested by the Mounted Police in Clalt Gardens ycs- tcrrlav noon on the. description wired rornCWcf Cuddy of Calgary, were back to that city this arternoon under the diarge ol two pla.n ot tes Gait Gardens Sunday .mo'minsi but the victim was unable to. iden- tity them as the -attacked, him. The money 'found on their per-rS soiis is thought to be the money tak- en on the Calgary holdup.. The capj ture of the two men is'a leather in> the cap oi the Mounted soon as the description ot the men' was received the detectives' of thf force were sent .-out'over ;lhe- entire city. One of them .receiving .a tip, from an employee of the. C.. P. R., spotted his men, and following' them through Gait Gardens. heard one of them address 'the'other, as 'Shorty wlvch he knew to be the anas of oiig of them. Sure of his men; he arrest- i-d them without trouble. .The arrest took place less than, an description had.been received by, the police. that thev are the- -same men who an on a held up Mah Foo, the Chinaman, on 1 beg to announce thai I have dUpoied of my. Photo- graph Business to MR. A. EVLYN SMITH of thl. city, and to thank my many patron, for', thei-.upport they .have given In the'partiind ..truat' the ..me will be Mr. Smith In the Yours truly, Geo. Tise, 906 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, f WHO IS THE MOST POPULAR LADY IN THE CITY WATCH FOR PARTICULARS J Harvest Help Wanted win wire when to come to the city. J. HARRIS COMPANY EMPLOYMENT AGENTS-LETHBRIDGE. 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