Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST THE LtTHBRIDtiE DAILY HKKALD PAGJS THREE" MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Aug: on the wheat- market was-quiet ;and trans- actions few with prices apparently, on a war .basis. Liverpool (un- official) to the eflcct that sold privately at an advance of 4Je. higher than' last quotation, ami the irnriet followed in At opaalng ligircs were i higher on months but jump- ed tr 1 04 lor within a tew minutes bemg an wlvince oier op- of H OB ad jnce was added to before tlobing. markets vrcro ulluenced pit lally by Wmmveb the crport dit- to Itv itlll Mocking the was tie n contraband of war and future contra'-ts Ming without in assur- ance A safety a0tinst uarrme fac- tions nd stock piling up and a wea- (ther m tp again indicated (temperatures; although northern in all the proi races pi h rooter i nnlpeg opened }c higher for Oc- aaii Decomber'and closed i CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET ill., ..AMB- Although fcrealtnsBS seized the wheat market as a fii-nt result here of England's de- claration of war, prices were not long In snaHiBK a complete recovery, and Iheo. olic-wlng a rlao all round. High- er values at -g had considor- Jirtlo to do Ivith causing the here. at tlie outset in Chi- was due to fear thlit the export in -wheat for the time being be made worse by England's entrance into active hostilities. The opening whtah was to 2 cents low- er .was followed by moderate further Hadlnee, and then by an upward Bwinir. that carried prices IS to ali- nteht. Tim temporary break In prices was by reports that the plane of ilia Hritlslr government to guaran- tee rishB on wheat shipments from tie United States had been nb- Bndoned. The reported clianga of plans, however, waa not contlrmsrl. .Oats develoiied Independent strength account of offerings being scant [The market held' firm throughout, re- he action of other grains. Tlio commissioners are in an. ami able i'rumo of mind tpday, as a result of the passing of tlio S21C.OOO defi- ciency bylaw yesterday. Everyone of propositions in the list, all representing discounts on deben- tures for work a'iready done, or par- tially finished, werfi endorsed by the rutenayers, although the byla'w was defeated at jlie last voting. _ Four ot tlio proijositions suhmitted in bylaw 2-15. wtro passed. The high pressure water system" will be com- pleted uis a result of yesterday's vot- ing: a new "intake will be Installed, and new services and mains construct- ed. The high pressure water-system represents an expenditure of the now intake and the mains and services each. This work comes under Mr. Grace's department. Of (he three propositions submitted ur-dcr bylaw 2-JG, Air. Reid's new work, ail were defeated by a fairly large majority. Bylaw No. 24IJ, providing for funds to cover the re-plauking of the Coutts street bridge, was defeated by eight votes. The total number of votes cast 375, 25D on the.couth side .and 120 on the uortlj. This was 80 on the south and 23 in the north more than was cast at the last voting on the same bylaws. North IjSthbridge again gave a big majority In favor of every bylaw. JAP FLEET ACTIVE Tokio, Japan, Aug. activity among vessels in the Japan- ese navy followed the announcement of ths declaration of war between Germany and Great Britain. The lighthouses along the Siberian coast have been extinguished. A number of German, Austrian and French reserve officers 'sailed today on board the Korea for San Francis- co. ALBERTA'S MILITIA The following arc the regiments, corps and detachments and first of- ficers of Military District No. 13, the province of and the ter- ritory oi headquarters ot- fice 421-434 Judge Travis Building, Calgary Officer commanding, Col. E. A. CrtiickshaiirL; district staff, adjutant-, Capt. A. IT. Hell commanding Roy- al Canadian engineer, Lt.-Col. district ink ficer, Major C. T. DC S. S. IMPEKATOlt AND CAPTAIN Ship whose sailing has been cancelled, by owners. The cancelling of the great Imperator's sailing by the Hamburg-American .is doubly sig- nificant. It is evident that trouble on the high seas is anticipated. Captain Hans Ruser Is, shown in the inset. OVERSEAS CLUB ACTIVE IN THE PRESENT SITUATION In the present momentous There are a number of the putlic following demands the .earnest who believe that this club was ori- Soared ST. JUAN DK JAN. 27111. 191.1. "After for a long time with Uysji-ipfia, I liavc bt-tn cured by i sinYcrtt! nincii ti'.at i not for I afrcidof ctyiiiij. years I receive! of I did uol wish lu trv tlirrn inr 1 little coniiilc-iiue in (ii-ni but, sft-ii." my hiishand'y jinxictv, 1 to so ant! at'once I rs-livf. Thfti I ssiit for tliV'je and J irnorov- ing until I cured- AVhji-; I lost several pounds, IitH citer tnkinp "Fruit-a-tivcsJ1, I quickly what I lr.td lost. Now I e.it, sK'tpnnd I am completely cured, I'iruik.s to M. CH "I'niit-.vtives." is stomach tonic in ahvaysciii'L-Indigsstion, Soin-otoin.irlt, Dyspepsia other Stomach Troubles. n 6 for trial size, 250. At all d-.-rders or sent on reivint of price by .Vruit-a-tives IviuiiLed, OttLiv.-a. MPRE Master Photo-Play TONIGHT The Other Half Of The Note When The Empress Premises a Mas- ter Film-JT COMES consMeration ot every patriotic cit-i- .THE "OVERSEAS" CLUB We sailed wherever ships could sail, We founded many a mighty stale, Pray God our greatness may not fail, gmally formed for Old Country peo- ple now living in different parts of j the world, 'but'this ia not the case, j every British subject is eligible and s I would like to see everyone who lias _t i.___t t______ ___. in all thi tlifiir country at heart intm- Through craven fears of being great: ber, including the women, lucre is useful work to be done. It is too MEMBERS' CREED Ijearly to say what part' Canada 'Believing the British Empire to may have to the pos- iid for justice, freedom, order and si'ply there'may he some wiv-es a-n-d good government, we pletlge our- children to feed, ahti clothe in this selves, as citizens of the greatest t-.iwn, if volunteers .are required, and Empire in the world, to the: I feed sure that thci people of Leth- handed down to us by our i bridge will not wanting I -when collet! upon.! r OBJECTS OF THE "OVERSEAS" I know of no tetter organization to CLUB take 'this maticr in hand arid I would "I-Itot nion, come awa oot and gie us a ivee speech." jjf; Th.it's wha-t gMC'ted the city's chief magistrate at I o'clock this morning, j fjj ami the mayor came. jg After the largest share oi the ex- citej Iiad (iJspurscd and tired last night, the .kilties' Baud iorth in riotous splendor; marahin-g on tiw un'suspecting city .Hewers strong. 'They tool: main streets ami most of i'i Will Be Flashed on the Screen during Every Sfeow at >Starlaiid Tonight REWARD For the Correct Solution of the Million Dollar Mystery AT 1. 2. man .th'o necessity lear arms. To 'help one another. To urge on every able-bodied very, much like to see a; strong com- mittee .of ladies anil gentlemen eiect- being able to ed to handle any funds which be publicly subscribed. may 3. To'draw together in the bcatTof The meml.ership' fee is for ____ ,___..... comradeship the peoples now living. gentlenun and fifty, cents for-ladies! aianch Mass., where-tiio the sifle streets. They catted at the HeraM Oi-icc a Tier midnight and tia- mnndcd the -laLost news, and got; it. .Then they emimrkeil tov-'tird tha si mhe.ring mayor and for a P, Tl.ey also, got that. Mayor y Hardic ftd-lre-SKE-J the; oi ;3 Scots in ;-n e-nthiisiiiatic nuuiiicr, and ;5 after r.rioi.hcr short march they .if but not hcforc (he public had been of i-hc Sact. they were in existence, ami as' loyal as ever. eniiro staff of .British with the exccplion of Am assaiior who in returned iifre toiU'.y ironi This is Positively the Most Startling Photo- Drama Ever Produced GET THE.LATEST" WAR NEWS AT STAELAND TONIGHT under th-j folds of the British per annum. Anyone wishing to be- To insist on the vital necessity come a member can receive mem'Qer- to the Empire of British supremacy ship forms by applying at my office on the Sea. i in the Aeadui Block. J e's In the absence of Mr. Justice Ives, A meeting oi members only 'is call- the embassy has teen New Kron Ce- celie v.-ill remain at Bar Harbor for who is president i- the Lcthbridgs-cc! fcr-Thursday evening, August 6th f lligence of' iliraml1 o! "10 abovc chili, I feel it in the Sons or England Hall for the Aam; district: f vice-president to caU a j election of olliccrs. I urge upon you sl'nillor'u R 13 Bruue senior or-i member to discuss all as loyal subjects to bo present, linancc olliccr, Capt. G. .V.. LoEgfe 'hat steps can he taken to .help the A. J. Blaciburne, district payniRBtcr, Lt. H. M. Hilch- Motaer Country m her hour of trial. io organi-er and inspector of cadet' Major W. H. Belson.. Fifth Mmiiitcil" lirigAiiy, 'hcadqiuart- commander, Lt.- present. j OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Wverpool, Aug. 5. Millers have do- fcided to make no change In quota- tions, prices fined at 35 shillings. The Insurance question on war risks has Col. II. Uclcher; other troops in the command 21st Alberta Hussars, 35th Central. Allicrta .Horse, No- 13 dc- rfcachnienf. corps of 101st and reuiwiits, signalling corps, No. 13 section Canadian Oxdinanpa Corps, No. 13 section Canatlian Army Vet- erinary Corps, Xo. .13 section Cana- dian Ordinance Corps, No. 13 detach- ment Canadian. Postal'Corps, No. 8 detachment. Distribution or Light Horse, lioarlquarters 1313 First street west, Calgary, oificer commanding Lt.-Col. G. Macdonald; 19th Alberta (dragoons; headquarters "Edmonton, commanding officer, Lt.-Col. F. C. Jamicson 23rd Alberta Rangers, Fincher Gruck, com- manciing officer, Lt.-Col. A. C. Kem- rnis 25th llattery Field Artillery, Lcthhridgc, commanding officer, Major J. S. Stewart; No. 17 Cavalry Field Ambulance, hcad- 324 Eighth avenue west Vice-President. KOtisfactortJy arranged, and the j NO. H Canadian Army Service Corps dlsppaition on thin part of merchants Jiere is more confident, with business Chewing signs of a revival. October whttat Bold privately hero at Ss. 42., or au advance 09 Third .street west, Major R. T. D. Attkcn 31st Alberta Hussars, Hat, olnccr commanding, Lt.-Col. P. 0. Sissons; C'lmtral Allicrta ilorso, head- L. -over tho lost official quotation, -Red Deer; majors, H. are light and the question of a'ld T' J food 8npplr Is on, that U causing and already .rice, have Jumped up- In an a-arm ng man- Cor pa o aad the ffoyemment will, do raentr, of and olhsr comraod- Ittti. This supply must of necessity come from North America. jma7jliiB e.Inrnt offlccr ISHEAHTOFCITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE Carstairs 103rd .Igary Rifles, crs, armory, 630 Fourteenth avenue east, oiriccr commanding, Lt.-Col. C. Armstrong 13G1Ii Cadet Hcgi- moiit Western Canada College, com- manders, Cartels, i J. K. Wear'-, S. A. JIcTavlslt and I. C. Legion ot f'ronliersmen. London, Aug. Home Secre- inry introduced a W1I In tho Home of Oommans to iTtitrnln '.-.he inovoiripnts nm'lr.'lrnblo ollcr.ii, 'wilh object tit :omoval ot sii'es. iiiru.snro 'was Immediately given iconcl reading. the Corns; Do you know that nearly half the corns in the country are now ended in one way? Blue-jay takes out a million corns a month. It frees from corns legions of people daily. Since its invention it has ended sixty million corns. .Tiin way is quick rind easy, pain- Ires iind efficient. Apply Blue-jay tit nigtit. From that time on you will forget the corn, Then Bluo-joy the com: In 43 hours the loosened corn comes out. There i3 ho pain, no soreness. Don't pare your corns. There.is danger in it, and It brings only brief relief. Don't use old-time treatments, They have never been efficient. Do what millions jay. It Is modern, scientific. And it ends the corn completely in an easy, pleasant way, For Covns 15 and 23 t-anU cf Vk WITH THE SHEEPMEN It may be of interest to the wool growers of Southern Alberta to know "n'. T. Ritch, -who twice ad- dressed meetings in Lethbridge' and other cities in. Alberta, has been em- ployed 'by the Bankers' association of the states of Montana, Idaho, "Wyo- ming- -and Utah to address the wool growers of those states and to assist them In adopting Australian and New Zealand methods of breeding and of preparing their wool for market. i j One of the immediate results of Mr. I JRitchVwork in the Inter-mountain states Is ,the appointment, by the Un- !ited States .government, of Mr. F. S. j King, breeder of Uamboulllet sheep, of :J ;Laramie, Wyoming, tp visit New Zea-i land and inveatigato the adaptability of the Corriedale sheep to range condl- tlons in the United States. The Cor- rieda'le sncep Is a product of New Zea- land. It was developed hy the wool growers of that kingdom for the pur- pose of making permanent that jilc-e balance between wool and mutton pro- dueing' powers which the Merino way. OfHciafs oi 'he liner so announced this atiernoor., after communicating with Captain Polack. firitish House of Com- mons for various and several Mils in live and v.'ithout a dissenting vote. T essage to Londr-n, Aug. George day r.dcircsswl a message to all to- spoiuiiMIi-ty which rests upon, me in the confident belief that in, this time of trial my empire .will.be calm and resolute, and 'trusting in God." London, Aug. Mall Gn.t zette today makes public reports cur- rent in the city to the-etfect that tho heavy setting orders from Germany during the past "week or two -'were really a deliberate attempt to smash Bii ish colonies expressing his appre- !'tfle market, snd cause a scare t-intion cf their spontaneous assur- the financial and commercial. anecs that they will give the fullest world so as to keep Great Britain outi in'Side by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Compound. "Last October, I wrote to you for advice as I was completely run had bearing support to the Motherland. of war- Tue newspaper says St heara" "They recall to his majesty tuat the sum of ten million dollars, soys, "'ilie self sacrifice aud'r''as expended, or had been arranged. them in the past to the'to be expended, for this; ohjerfl, .Alothpr (.'nuntry. I sliall be strength-'ine cognizance ot the Genuiin gov-, cncJ in UIB discharge of the great re- ernment. PRINCESS MARGARET CLAD IN SWEDISH GARB sheep posseflsss after having had two crosses of mutton hlood. Under Un- ited ;States and Canadian methode there is r- constant changing toward and owny from Merino stock.. When a rancher thinks that his [lock con- tains too' much mutton hlood he uses either Merino or Riimbouillot rnras fcr the purpose ot improving his wool clip. Tihcn when ho finds that his flock is deficient in mutton producing po'wer, he switches back to one of the long ivoolftd or Down breeds. Alberta wool growers will watch with Interest the results of the action taken by the government of the Un- ited State's; snd am entirely I rom pain ini howelsand every i "London, Aug. Lloyd George announced in the, House of Commons today that the Bank of Bng- ian.d rate. war. to 'bo reduced to 6 per cent, either tomorrow or Friday. The government, he said, had not yet de- cided to suspend specie I rocommond Compound to CApcctnnt moth- ers. Ave- nue, Toronto, Onlavio. Constdci' Well TIiis.'Advioe. No woman surforinK any form of female troubles shouli.'. iose hopo until j she has given Lydia 10. Pinkhnrn'o Vcg- etahlo Compaantl n fair Thin famous remedy, the medicinal in- gredients of which, art derived from na- tive roots nnd herbs, lisa for nearly forty years proved to he a most .valuable tonic and invigorator of tlie female organism. residing in every city and in .the. United Slates boar .willing testimony to the v.'onderJ'ul virtue of Lydia t3. Pinithain's Tf you ha vo (ho, ,tlmt Lydiii lrhnni iMoirichiot'o. Pilnrpss Alurparet of Cmnftupht nnd her husband the Crown Prlnco 08' be opened. at tho liiQiigiiratlon of ino Cci-tfnnlal Asricultural Dxblbltlon at nissncvpil by n woman, j .mo. At that occasion the Prlnce-jr in Swedish national Mtotune, m 'jotitidcr.oo. was received- by 100U peasants 'wearing tho national costume.