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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta August 4, THE LETflBBIPGE DAILY HERALD LOCAL OUAIN MARKETS 1 Nottkera 't No. 1 Northern 13 Xo. J No.' 4 59 NV i 51 Xo. 1 Red No> t No. 3 Jfcd M No. i-IUd............................... >yd 51 Na. 1 AlUlta, .....i.......HI-" 1 TfeoMLy Alttlfa 15-M A-M. ,_____'......15.00 BY rOelcel ud Iwlth goW, When Auiuct round her oreclons'ilfta is Lo! the ctuthed wain li tlowly home ward rolled: Jocund layi are MARKIT It _ 1.63 1.35 1.15 ON rrOCK MARKET Aug. Tndlnc OD aa. wry, full with eictptloni ot Mo- Mt efawBt'tlun wti lltik In McDonald, bWa ilnmplng bidly for bin a brace 'aad 'Ce- itrooc '.th la mornli g, U Crown Wouldit thou fashion for tbytelf Then do not orer what is and gone; Aad aplte- of all tbou nsayest liare left Live dty a> It toy lift were just .'begun. Mils Currtn leaves tomorrow to peud her vacation In Wlanises. r Mri. D. A. Bmlth >lar- have gone for i vicatlon. -Mlt8 Jeanette Qilmer, of Provost, JUta.; IB visiting Mr. Mrs. J. A. Lyle. H. Ripley, of Nortli Le'thbrldse a at Spring Coil- Wedey Aid will lin rtiot tail nets mwtiag on day ttternoon. when. It I; attendance will be large. v A union meeting of the P. II. S. and W. H. M. 8- auillla'rjes_ol Kiox Church Is called for even. IDS at 8 o'clock. Mrs. and Slrs.'J. D. Hljlnbotbam will eiie-re- ports of the annual of these eocletles In Toronto at the time of the ;onEress. A large number should be 'attendance at this Report of the Call hospHa! Ipf.tbe month July, 1913: Number of patients In hoepllal At ejInnlDE of month 60 Admltlincfs, during month Tranele'nts .'admitted 'duricg the month (O'WHEAT >ffect- Vf VBfavorifcle. harrMt nUMUtarn' Europe and frKalfU in t, September "a '.K 8 ?i llghir-'it par.' 'It uoJld help their rnljfht aa well getting use ot tbe In ontrcal they 'ire experiencing very difBcuity gettlns money. The ty their credit Is good, hit tn "the" weai'tthe cttUs'ate well large development n future. They would to go or-iJrlag and work ul thejr own The zoney tuattoe wlH'havo to find Its level again toon. Saturday. IMrs. ilartln.'pt Saikitoon, Is spend- ng the week John- atone! Miss Dlxon, of Dublin, Ireland, is a with Sirs. Hugh Boyd. Dr. and Mrs. Galbraith and child- ren have returned from'an' extended St. John; N.B., and_: other eastern aat _ ii itrtntth' OB lo ;.i.ii hi' aaa rtfurai imallyleVdi PRICES en'e4 with 'a atrODii undcrtona and a trail rabreraent In'corn. and Mrs.- Shurtleff have and at the Muriel JIacjeod Is cpendlng ranch" of her: Terichp tmt on the South Fork. Xurnbe'r ot patients discharged' during month..........' Deaths.durlDp the month Number of patients In hospital al "end'of n-.onth'........'..... Transients ditcharged. durlng_the month Lowest number during month Highest number during month Daily average during month Numbe'r_ofrh6spItBl days for_pri- "vale patients ..'.'..-_.' I hospital days for'ward patients (pa'jicg) .'._ Number of days for ward patients Total number of hocpltal days for. month Number.of operations under "gen-.f eral Number of p'atienjs treated in out-- edi'to Saturday's ".Mrs. J. W.tBartlett and children turnrd "on-'Saturday.-froa Spriig Point; they .'spent the pait Ps; Mayor Commission (rgnt OUI ON tlCll to get Mf-'k per cent. In tie their bonds at a nd five thoa: n tbe Krazer river ca strike oday and succeeded in uu the 'nlire industries. Japanese 8Qd Indians refus- ed to accept a cut in price (rom 25 o 15 cents each for sockeje, and oa-. y a lew Gfeeis went fishing during he night. Earlr this morning lie Wrecks yiece- overhauled by J who prouiutly hoarded the idals an4 threw their fish oVerboit'J. one was badly injured in the short fight ixhich occurred. The giv- rnmeiii's fishery, cruisers been cut In the rate ol pay. The" Japs XstingulsHed Parly -Visited the City tiom Iront His delight with the west was genu 'Xo sham about it at all. The eastern Canadian who talks to him about the west liaio to have seen It with hit cmn eyes before Sir will bank much on his oplu on, one- cannot form, any dea of the "'bigness" of the country without having toured It, taking plenl of Uine to see ail places of Interest. a great', country whlcl lai barely he said; "no to develop It it what Canadarh'undreos of yeai pown a Mine Lapotnte, the other menjberi.'Of'. the party, went down 100 the bowels of the earth.; It wXf their firBl visit Into .the workings of-, They thought they'.we're going'to be taken Into a hot had Bomething of of that 'future place which avoid, Vancouver, Aug. four any men aork win have five thoasabd 'salinon nsheimen catch thrown back mt6 tbe sea, Tbe strikers v.cre able to call out tbe .Indian and Japactse women iajidc the canneries putting up'the fish. (Vie canteiy last night got in a load of tuenty thous- and fish frotu a trip _ on Vancouver Island, but alter putting up six thousand lish the women quit and left the cannery with lour teen thousand that will be in a lair way to bpoil before the day is "out. Saturday's re- ports announce that the Gull and 10 IP 1 HIT AUTO OWNKRS TO ENTERTAIN CONVENTION CARS WOULD IE WEL- COMED T-bo following auto'miSbile btve kindly agreed to place their at the disposal ot the comicittee Board of fc rtinwt at 116 on Wednesday. BaA will fortably Oiled to capacity witi agree "to compromise at twenty cents, but the owners would not cotrie up. There Is. hardly a small boat visible in the gull this morn- ing. BILLS IN: IE POST 0 POSTMASTER-GENERAL FORBIDS POSTING'OF SALE BILLS AND ..OTHER NOTICES There is in the Al- PUBLIC CORDIALLY URGED-TO CROWD MAJESTIC; THEATRE- RIVALS FOR NEXT MEET "I think It will be the best conven- tion ever, held by the- I il- No. 6'mlne r ;ln loVa. al i ?obn brought about a rapid -decline, "In participated. 1 Ae'rroasf'bit j 1 JJana'diLVthe jwWther Jfan- tfou et .'mint' "faybrabl i tZ .'MINERS -'PBRiSH Glasgow, _._Aug. two coal miners fire.'whlch broke outilait thlni-'to 'the exhiMtta Cuditon A 'iif.' i: plat the .a-v- j-. F r. -rn' Pert- T lot .-of people, s.i s a1 .-i i h'irL'fii. in'the" city ;dn.'Saturi home "of 11 o" kf ftja-..- i. Cletlni'Caah L. "1 96 93U .1-' 13S SDH Mf.''Lipoinle Is vlce-'preil'' .v. .72- r60-' en- oiled sifTice; at Firit; Church prajrer c. w. i C. W. ftr. Jfo.'l meeting i" fto. 3-' sipte'mWr I.'-.v' DaeeiWr r.''.: September Whut 1 Close MRS Ottawa, "Ang., the" com Ineniemeul 61 Ihe.F.nRliih army mad orsrrw, the. Hit'ol Coop; .'Those gaining the certificates i .Karli Roberts Jteacher KuKonlBoniell, -Fraaer Oe'orge' Robert" S, Sang, Sloan, Wajlace. At school it yaV tj'nite notlc'eabls the nuratwr of attended _ the celebration of conm'uiion protecUpn; neirly a centjiy. offcod C in tkla bHl acatafi j; l.'w.lri f to'kiTC heari; full J ia aol i or- nt il.c lar'l in i, It f ._... "o-k .u orttr p. ii.ir: r'.r uleo against .a', i ..i in hje notices, to''...' n s'goinsvtq.be'is iLl-.f ;...j no" reore auction other notices' will 'be al lowed post office: CROWDS ''.THKONQ COURTS TO 'HEAR STORY .i.'-'' JONk THBFr ot. BraBdoni latterly. Jaw, .waa retaud'ed In police court today.on .charge'of.recelv JDi'.gociV itolen fma.Ui4.cIty. Uli trial .will 7.10 tonlghti j.'untll larg eit'otowd seen .li p -v, Bd ix- J.ly Four -at th >OUR OE REV.. INDUCTED AS ARMISM i Bucharest, three davs1- ,'armls-. tice between .the Balkan .stafei.wM agreed upon .today gates. K.i was ui'r.iii tlaries k VIP-- liome of tie: In down 'at aufforlif" hot tb> caVe.' 'A jteoi ot Walter'! iarca 5v but' ontilde of diii. and'all CXPLORM IN THI PAR FISH :THH YEAR Aug.lf f 1.1 hive been caught rl.wi Vc :r.il Spukaae NORTH Rd-Bor.inn TwrtHry i.cr-h ,rf Arrtir TaJtd Ihii'iMr br rmacli L. >be li to tar'w if :ba Uaaif Pirfcrr-: fonulloM In Rev.-A. G. Cameron, of Knox .v very'.iaif in tlrti AWem, i Ktn'.i oi-r rail f i-.i i" lot'. plun-! ,-ni-fuJxl. :hai It. M. Tfcomiof, .-K.'By.O; LWckle', ?Jniki !h' MankaJI In Mart i e'ti Mr M" i. irr M tkf caan a., r- aao. arfinl .J, A. for braK mrklH ittj M opmliC. IV endrij'.'ef lk< rfprWig Mt nt karpy antBeea; pgrioa 01 great. ;