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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING 1 AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. 3 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windsor I Best a day hotel in Klhertil to Carry Crop Across Sea Ottawa, Out., ques- tion of providing transport for the 1 movement of Canada's Immense cron to tie market overseas is at pre- sent engaging .the attention of Sir j George Foster, minister of trade and commerce, and the government, here, :fit present. Sir Robert Borden is also believed be conferring with the British au- Ihorities on the question. It is estimated that the exportable crop of the Dominion will total bushels. It Is probable that the British gov- i ernment will make some arrangement i with the Canadian government to di- vert a number of the ships doing spe- cial duty for the Admiralty to the work of moving the Canadian grain across the-ocean, and, if this is done, the crop will reach the market at the earliest moment. If it is stored in the elevators, provision -sill have to be made whereby the banKs will make an advance on it on margin, and while this would be to the ad- vantage of the Canadian farmer, it would not get him the benefit of the higher price that Is likely to be ob- tained by whoever gets on the mar- ket first! It will be some time yet, however, before the government will be in a position to make any an- nounqement as to the result of the negotiations now going on between the government and the shipowners. SEVERE STORM IN JAMAICA Kingston, West Indies, Aug. i iwere storm, with a high wind from the southwest, which began early lyezterday, put a stop to costal traf- f.-fic, and inflicted considerate dam- >8ge upon local shipping. Two local Teasels were driven ashore in Kings- >ton. harbor, and several lighters are .destroyed or damaged. The storm Continued during tne night, and today !ih6-befloh of the harbor here "was with debris. There was no damage to property on land. Grow Corns If You Will But don't keep them One; cin't well, avoid corns ito these days of dainty it's Jolly to -keep them, pare and doctor them. A chemist invented a way It is known as Attach it and the at once. Then a bit of B B loosens theicorn very gently. In two days-the whole corn disap- pears withoubany pain or soreness. It seems magical. After a Bbt-jty plaster is applied, the shoe can't hurt the corn. After 48 hours there is no corn to hurt Folks have proved this on some 70 million corns. They are removing in this way a million corns a month. That's why corns are not so common as they used to be. Blw-jty plasters found them half the corns that grow today are quickly ended by them. Blue-jay Ends Corns 1ft 25 Dnif guU Sarifta Mailed Frit Btwr Mack, CUeaia iri Mdun tl NO NEWS OF ZEPPS A Fine Lot of Preserving Fruits, a? well as a lot of Fine B.C. Vegetables In To-day Pl-i-e orders now for'Blueberries, Apricots, Blackberries and Damton Pliims, Alberta grown Red and Blick Currants The above lines will not be for sa le much longer this season. These are tlic first Damson Plums we had.trns season but they are never on very long and we doubt if we will be able to get any more, ,-ind as we only have ten cases we advise buying now. Here are some lines we have in: C. get any "KEXOHA BLl'EBRKniES, 2 Ins for .........35c 1'cr B. C. containing 4 baskets: "crate In pencil boxes. eiu'h market price daily. Preserving orders booked nhoad. Place your orders now... peach boxes, only 10 of these. Per case JIED grown. 4 pound has kets. Eaci.............................25c BLACK prown, 4 pound baskets. Eaeh YELLOW case YELLOW basket ..........35c WHITE case WHITE basket ............35c 15A.KTLETT basket...........35c UARTLETT preserving, per 40 pound case ,...........................J2.65 In large extra heavy cases .............52.75 PLUMS, MIRACLE very line 4 basket crates, cadi Per basket.............................40c .flavor exception- ally Hue, each pound GREEN C., tlnest Per HOT HOUSE for .........25c OUT DOOK GROWN for...25o PICKLING pound .......15c B. C. fine, 8'tbs'I6K'.'....25c U C. basket .............55c YELLOW pound ............6c HUBBARD poutid Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwic 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Medicine Hat, fair Min. 49 London, Aug. ll.-The Zep. ,_c pelins reported yesterday over v Ujacleod........ Holland, sailing in the direc- Deer _ tion of tbe Scottish coast, have Forenlost......... not been heard from. prjuce Albert, clear.. Y Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, fair T Regina, clear...... Alberta Leads the clear i The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been fine and very warm. 'S4 S2 (10 .85 SB 94 SB 94 54 50 4S 5S 56 57 54 G7 46 Dii 7S SI Ottawa, Aug. to an unofficial estioiate made here Alberta holds'first place in the percentage of her population recruited since the war broke out, Manitoba and Sas- katchewan coming second and Brit- ish Columbia third. The estimate is based on a total uf men en- listed in the Dominion though this total has now been considerably in- creased. Forecast AH In localities, but generally fine warm today and on Thursday. few and CITY AND DISTRICT Returned frorr. Edmonton Rev. Father Rosenthal returned tbis afternoon from Edmonton, where he underwent an operation some time Alberta with a population oi 663 recruited or a percentage of 3.73. On a basis ot Alberta's recruiting Ontario should have raised men (Quebec Maritime Pro- vinces Manitoba and katchewan and British Col- umbia or a total for minion of Crop Tributary to Dunmore At a meeting of the U.F.A. at Cole- idge, on Saturday, it was estimated hat there would be bushels of wheat shipped from the Dunmore dis- rict tiiis fall. Mr. Earl, of Norton's, OTTAWA SOLDIERS DROWNED Ottawa, Ont, Aug. Mc- Lean ot" Ramaayville, Out., aged IS, and Private J. Koyston, aged 20, of Ottawa, recently of Kent, England, both members of the 77th Battalion, in training here, were drowned this afternoon in the Ottawa river. Lethbridge 3irds Win A. E. Humphries made a clean sweep of all the prizes in the Black Minorca class at the pou'.try show in connection with the Saskatoon exbi- ntion. The birds are now at the Ed- monton exhibition. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, ilan., Aug. and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were: Wheat- October -December May..... December.. Barley- October Flax- October Open 104% 105 Vi 110 41 Close 104% 310% 148% Wesley Picnic The junior department of the Vves- .ey Sunday school will hold their pic- lic to Henderson Park next" Saturday afternoon. P.uptts are requested to meet at Wesley ball not later than fifteen minutes to four in order to ke the car to the lake. F. W. B. George Promoted From Camp Hughes, Man., comes word to the effect that Captain F. W. 3. George, a well-known Macleod old- .imer, and a brother-in-law'of Captain R. G. ilathews, paymaster of the 13th Mounted Rifles at the Sarcee, has been invested with the rank of major and has been, placed in command of D company of the Overseas bat- talion. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, steers, 56.75; cows, JS.75; heifers, J6.00. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES j Track price o! wheat 1.17J Wheat 93 Date Flax 1.06 Barley BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 11.00 Xo..l ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, loc. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. Now turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, 60c. dozen. Cabbage, per cwt. Livestock and, Poultry Choice steeis, 6 to 6Jc. Fat cows, 51 to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, 150 to 2Ki 14s., 6Jc. Live 18c. per lb.; No. 1 to 12c. Dressed 12 to He. Frtsh gathlied 17c. per doz. No I limeri' dairy butter 20c. ,1aced the yield at bushels. Rayrrtond Carnival The Raymond candidate for the ..ueen of the big Raymond carnival, is Miss Honnie Love, and that town started her out with 1050 votes. The manager of the fair is anxious to get a candidate from and anyone who wishes to enter should notify 0. F. Ursenbach within the next day or so. Writer's Name Mutt Appear The Herald is in receipt of a letter, signed criticizing the police for allowing automobiles and motor cycles to run at too great speed on the city streets- We would remind the contributor that the Herald has a hard and fast rule that no letters with an anonymous signature are accepted for publication. Tbe name of the writer must appear. Moote instalittion At the regular meeting of Leth- bridge Lodge, No. 792. held in Moose Hai'i, last night, Bro. F. Miles was el- ected and duly installed as secretary, In place of B. J. Wallwork, who has enlisted with the Battalion of BeKville, Ont., for active service. Bro. B. Handle was Installed as treasurer. Bro. Whltlaw also enlisted as a mun- itions worker, and leaves for Ens- land today. Ball Hat Been Fixed A. L. Floret, the former manager of the Orpheum Theatre, charged witb theft, after remaining in the police court cfclls for ten days, awaiting the disposition of his case, was, this morning remanded for trial. He has not elected yet, and his bail has been set at ?200 for himself, and two sure- ties each, totalling If be elects for speedy trial, he will be tried immediatKy, probably before .fudge Jackson. If he elects other- wise, he will appear before Mr. Jus- f. IJyndeman, in the criminal sit- tings of.the Supreme which open on September 21. Summer Goods at Reduced Prices I Hammock, reg. Sti.50; Reduced to .............S4.00 4-ball Croquet Sets, reg. 52.25; Reduced 6-ball Croq.net Sets, reg. Reduced to .............52.00 l.Slazenger Tennis Racquet; Reg. 510, reduced 1 E. D. B. Tennis Racquet; Reg. 510, reduced to Child's Garden Sets; regular 50c, reduced'to ..........35c Only a few. of each of theie .lines left. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited OF BIG IdPLE WILL BE GREAT EVENT OF. THE YEAR AT CARDSTON APOSTLES PRESENT We Protect Yon when you bring a prescription here, in three distinct ways: i. We put into that prescrip- tion just what .the doctor ordered, every ingredient being standard-strength, fresh pure. 9ii fl cnec'f recheck foy a system that posi- tively prevents error through the use of a wrong ingredient or a wrong quantity. We are :satisfied with a reasonable p r o fi t, and make the price the lowest you can obtain anywhere, consider- ing quality.- These are three distinct rea- sons why you should bring your prescriptions here. Prescriptions dispensed by Graduates in Phar- macy only. J.D.HpbotliiiniCo.ltd. The Store Cardston, Aug. two years lave passed since the .site .of the Cardston Temple was dedicated. On the 37th day of July 1913, over 1500 people were present and heard the dedicatory prayer as offered by Pre- sident Joseph F. Smith. Among the many people oi note present that day were the president of the church and wife, Uishop Charles W. Nibley and Apostle George Albert Smith and wife, President Charles W. Pen- rose and wife, and President Smith's two sons Silas and Royal, all of Salt Lake City, besides the Presi-r dency oi the Taylor Stake and num- erous bishops and other church offi- cials from Cardston and district. however, that work! Pope Burton, of Salt Lake, were present and directed the first work. On this occasion also, hundreds of people wel'e to witness the plowing ot the first iurrough, which was performed by Daniel Green ot Stops Bake Day Worry OF CANADA A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in the names of two persons, Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just' when they are likely to be most needed. Tha survivor can withdraw the money without delay or formality. Think it open a joint Account G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH :eptaclc for a copy oi the paper con- taining this article, names, dales, that ;on Si potion will be in .at date_ tne_ arcniltcis, o{ 250Q. CITY AND DISTRICT S. 0. E. Tonight The Sons of England White Hose meet at S o'clock sharp Aetna, who had requested to he al-: re lowed to periarm this oreratior, The of mem- horses were gaily _ bcdccM with col; .g Gelieral Ou3lneas will be discussed. ored ribbons, which was later cut into small bits and held by those present as souvenirs cf the event. The building at that time was to cost in the neighborhood of But since that time it has been de- the building may be the best of its kind in the world. The stone is be- ins furnished by the Kootenay Gran- VULCANIZING' AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St. s ing furnished by the Kootenay Gran- ite and Monumental company oi B. C. and is pronounced by analyzing geologists to be the best granite ob tainabie anywhere. One of the inter- A Week Later Tbe criminal sittings of the Sup- reme Court will be held on the week. commencing September 21, and not j on the week commencing September 14, as stated in last night's Herald. Justice Hyndeman will hold court. Passed Commercial Exam The name of William J. Mullin is 5_ added to the list of those who sue- Icessfully passed the Junior Commer- tainabie anywhere. One of the inter-1 cla, which was 'publish- features is _iact jhat -the Herald ,Mt g 'iat he has not Grade VIII. will not receive his dip- estmg icatures is me laci u.au ine He stone is oi a gold-hearing variety and t ln when the building is completed the "e granite used. wHl .contain over grane use....... worth of'gold. The steel fur- nished by the Dominion Bridge