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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel .5 1 Best a day hotel in tola J A Fine Lot of Preserving Fruits, as well as a lot of Fine B.C. Vegetables In To-day nrder- now'for Blueberries, Apricots, Blackberries and Damson Plums, Alberta grown Red and rants above linos will not be for sale much -longer this season. These are the: first KENOKA HU'EBEKRIES. 3 Ibs for Per cnse B. C. containing per orate la peach boxes, each HI, market Preserving orders'Hooked ahead. orders now. DAMSON peach boxes. these. Per ease RED grown, 4 bets. Each BLACK grown, baskets. Each YELLOW case YELLOW basket case WHITE basket ........35c 4 baskets; trice daily. Place your only 10 of" pound has- ........25c. 4 pound ......60c ......35c B baskot ...........35c HARTLKTT I'UARS-For 'preserving, per 40 pound In extra heavy cases m.ilMS. MIRACLE very fine 4 basket crates, each Per basket .flavor exception- ally fine, each pound GREEK CORN-rB. finest Per dozen HOT HOUSE for OUT DOOR GROWN for. pound B C Ibs for.... B C basket YELLOW pound HUBBARD pound ;25c ,25c .15c .25c .55c ..60 ..6c Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO HIGH-GLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 TO FARMERS REQUIRING HARVEST HELP Phone in vour orders AT ONCE for men required during the next week or two. We can take care of them. J. HAKKLS CO. PHONE 1412. P. O. .BOX 531 Kentville, N. .S., Aug. .ll.-An ac- knowledgement by a witness that he gave Dr. Chipman, inarv, money alter his liorse had been accepted for remount purposes, the contention hr another man that a horse.seller told him had been paid to the same veterinary lo.low- ine deals, and several cases where horses were bought by private indi- viduals and sold to government ag- ents the same day, .sometimes within iew minutes at a profit, formed the leading features of testimony secured liy the Davidson .war. contracts com- mission today. A number of further cases where antique horses- were -turned over to the militia were also unearthed, the high record being .taken by a thirty- two-year-old' 'steed....... A.'B: Harvey, Ayiesiord, disposed of five torses '.to W, P, McKay, re- mount agent, after Dr. Chipman had passed them. Harvey appeared before the public accounts committee, Ot- tawa, when the Nova Scotia horse deals were first ventilated, and swore to selling old horses for the militia. Today he gave' further' deia-ls of his deals. Altogether he sold five horses. was only 11 or 12 Bowlby horse Sangster lawyer appear- f iiis; jLethbridge, clear iJEdnionton. fair.. Calgary, fair Medicine Hat Macleod...... i Red Deer, clear Foremost, clear Prince Albert, c'iear Saskatoon...... j Regina....-...... jBrandon, clear !Winnipeg, fair I Port Arthur, clear Kamloops, clear Penticton....... Nelson......... Grand Forks Ma. 87 S4- SG 0- 93 S3 SS S4. S4 Min. 52 5S 54 64 51 SS S7 51 00 54 53 C-3 The weather over the prairie prov- mostly fair and warm, province, Selfridge sate some of Information about the horses -was hearsay but some of it was first- hand. There were good, bad and in- different amcnK them. Selfridge denied confessing to gen Palmer that, -he bad and warm. Saskatchewan and local showers or thunderstorm but mostly fair and warm today and Fri- perjury at Ottawa, but admitted say- inc he> had made, a mistake about the horse.' Somerset, swore he only received 5100 for a horse, though he was supposed to get ROGERS SILENT Ottawa, Aug. 13. Hon. Dominion minister of public Robert works, CITY. AM) DISTKI.CT On Month's Leave Corp. VJ. Davis arrived in the city yesterday for a month's leave for the harvest Jack reports that life in the Icamp is ideal, and looks the part, hav- ing developed a tan, and is in the pink of condition. Delightful Bath Assured If you add a little of NYAL'S BATH POWDER To each bath. It makes a refreshing and stimulating batli; perfumes and softens the water. PRICE.'.23c The Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Supt. Walker returned this after- noon on the 1.50 from a two-days' trip in the western part of his di'-ision. Trades Council Tonight The Trades and Labor Council will meet tonight in the Labor Temple. All members are requested to be pre- sent. Important business wll' be dis- cussed. Noble Man Dies Leonard De Cook, aged 40, of Nob'e- ford. Alta.. died at Noblel'ord on Aug- ust 9. The deceased was a farmer and a foreigner. The funeral was conducted at Diamond City .from the Roman Catholic Church. returned to .Ottawa today, after an absence of several weeks in the. west. Mr Rogers spent some time, at the Lake of the "Woods -and1 more recently at where he has been look- ing into the terminal construction and harbor improvements. Questioned concerning the situation in Manitoba the. minister remarked "There does not seem to he much more to he .said about it. It speaks for itself." MARKETS LIVESTOCK PRICES -City Employees to Enlist A story which gained considerable circulation in the city was to the ef- fect that the single men in the em- ploy of the city were quietly tipped off "to enlist, or'find .themselves with- out jobs. There is absolutely noth- ing to this story, j.'.thougb it is un- derstood that "several single men of the city hall stiff have been anxious for some time to enlist, and are only awaiting the time that their arrange- ments will be complete "uefore join- the ranks of the overseas forces. steers 56.80; deals. Altogether he sold five horses, sheep J6.90-J7 00 cows One sold at Berwick- and received Chicago-Hogs 1.2.1 cattle, Great Yield of Oats Medicine Hat Times: Thsre is excellent sample of oats on exhibi- j tion at the Board of Trade grown by Jules Laverne of Winm-j fred. They were sown on May YESTERDAY came up after the rain on May 13, j J150. It was over at the knees. four more at Kingston. .Elamined by John Thompson, X. "C., commission counsel, Harvey de- lied telling Arthur-Vinot he gaveSlO to-Chipman. Sir Charles Davidson asked Mr. Thompson if he had infor- mation on this point, and counsel said he had Vinot's written state- ment to this, effect. Answering questions, Harvey swore he bought one horse for 585 and an- other for S75, and sold them to Jlc- Kar for S100 each. Both were bought and sold en the same 'day. McKay of- fered to buy the horses. When buying, did not inquire the ages of, the.beasts as it would not have been] much use. The horse was 17 to 20 years old and had. a spavin on each" hind leg. The third horse he !sold. he had only owned eight or ten minutes. The veterinary refused a horse he offered and for which he paid 510. He also traded the reject- ed horse for another and this animal the' veterinary accepted. Ninety dol- lars was paid him for it. Witness thought the horse was between 32 and. 33 years old. He was sprung in the knee's. The last horse he sold he 'got the same day from Howard Sparr for S115 and sold at 1130. The veter- inary asked no questions about the horses Sir Charles Davidson, after the witness had been told that he would be needed again, warned Harvey that he had hotter watch the evidence re- lating to his dQtl.s, "in a very spe- cial sense." Leo'Burke, Cambridge, told of giv- ing Ilr Chipman S2 or So, he was not certain which, alter a horse he had bought for S120 and sold twelve hours later for. 5135 had been pa; ,-ed. Samuef' Spurgeon Ayles- ford, another witness hefore the public accounts commit- tee, also was examined today. He acknowledged he had made a mistake about the age. "animal referred to as "the He stated it Ottava it or vears old He 56.10-510.25. THURSDAY'S "GRAIN PRICES and were rine and ready for cutting on August 7. Mr. Laverne .sowed only one bushel to the acre, and some -seeds stooled out as many as' 47' separate stalKs. Some heads that have. been counted grains. Winnipeg, 12.-Opening I J and closins prices, on the grain ex- j and It is .estimated the grafn chanee today were Wheat- Get. Dec May. Oct Barley- Oct Oct.' Open Close plump and round. 1.06! 1.051 l.lOf -11', 601 60 i 1.48} 1.49{ 1.05J. 1.05} 1.10} 411 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES ocal cash pric? for wheat 1.19 Wheat- Oats .........................41 Flax 1-06 Barley BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 11.00 N'o. 1 ton 10.00 i BUYING PRICES tO thC b'JEUel. Tciy thin anfl the srain Visits Brother Here j E. C. Hanrahan of ar-1 rived in Lethbridge on Wednesday I afternoon on his return from San Francisco and Seattle, for a short j visit with his brother, J. O. Hanra-1 nan and family, at Twelfth street, j On his long trip from ocean to ocean Mr. Hanrahan passed through several I of the largest cities in the States. He was 'the representative from the Mar- itime provinces to the Supreme Coun- cil of the Knights of Collim'jus, which convened at Seattle. Mr. Hanrahan We Protect You when you bring a prescription in three distinct ways: MWe put into that prescrip- tion just what the doctor -ordered, every ingredient being standard-strength, fresh pure. 9ml We and recheck by a system that posi- tively prevents .error through the use oi a wrong ingredient or a wrong o -I We are satisfied with a ,OLU pro'fit, and make the price the lowest you can consider-. Ing quality. These are three distinct rea-. cons why you should bring your prescriptions dispensed by Graduates in Phar- macy only. MRS. FULTON DEAD Coaldale, Aug. ,sad news of Mrs; Fulton at- Mln- convened at Seatte. r. anra o[ puiton at Min- was greatly impressed, with the grand lis rcached here Thursday morn- ad. and wonderful'scenery'of the Canad. ian Rockies. He will return over the Canadian Pacific. bunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a. doz. bunch- is. Green peas, per Hi., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30C. New carrots, do7. bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches. 20c. New potatoes, J20.00 per ton. Cauliflower, SOo. dozen. Cabbage, SI.75 per cwt. Livettoek and Poultry Choice steers, C to Gic. Kat to 6c. killing wethers, (ic. killing ewes, 5Jc. Select hogs, .150 to 250 Its., 6jc. Lire 18c. per 1 fowl, 10 to 12c, Dresied 12 to He. May Have Holiday The decision as to whether Leth- bridge will have a- civic holiday on August 31 to enable the citizens to attend Raymond carnival, will Mayor and Commissioners are favor- able, and the council of the Board of Trade at the luncheon today passed a resolution effect that as far as could be ascertained the feeling in the city was favorab'ie. was felt that the meeting was. Hardly repre- sentative enough to pass finally upon the matter, however, and it was re- ferred to a.meeting of the retail sec- tlon. or years 010. uiema h4d misunderstood Bowiby, who crtjwfnl eggs 17c. per doz. I tilking alftut another horse. The I'' I dairy butter 20c. At the Emp.reM Tonight Take a tip: read the Empress ad- vertisement, then see the picture. "The Reward" will teach you a moral lesson that no man, woman or child can afford to mil's. This picture is full of spicy soots and full of.punch all the through. At the Empress tonight .Mrs. Fulton spent 'several months here with her sister, Mrs. A. L Brown three years ago and made friends here who will he shocked to hear 01 her sudden death. Photographic FINISHING fOtf' AMATEURS High Class Work Copying and Enlarging OUTSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY A SPECIALTY. LANTERN SLIDES A. Evlyn Smith Succewor to Qeo. Tin STUDIO 90> Third Avenue South. A. 0. F. Tonight Court Unity No. A.O.F., meets tonight at S p.m. sharp in St. Mary's hall. A good attendance of members is requested, as this meeting is im- portant Visiting members are cor- dia'ily invited. Offers Services Another local physician has offer- ed his services to the cause of the Empire. -Dr. P. W. Tuller, who has practiced' medicine here for a num- ber of .years, left for Calgary yester- day, wh'ere he wiil join the army nied- ical corps, if accepted. Applied for Sale An application, for sale was muds this morning by Bawden Bros, ag- ainst the King's Hotel Co., before Judge Jackson, The judgment was that upon a payment of S200 by the Hotel Co. tie would be postpon- ed for 60 days from August 12. Kiltlei to Play Instead of giving a concert in Gait Gardens tonight, the Kilties will play at the Garden party to be given in the grounds of E. N. Higinbotham in aid of the St. Augusta's W.A. and the Red Cross society. Gold Ring Found A lady's gold ring set with.stones has been handed in to the police sta- tion, having been found in the city A quantity of sjigar was also found on the aiacleod road by the police. The owners of these articles may have same by identifying them. Bank Clearings There is cause for encouragement in the reports of the bank clearings lately. The clearings for the last! week amount to J356.587, and for _the same week last year were j The clearings have shown a steady 1 ''tendency to rise during the last few weeks, and it is prophesied will con- tinue to do so when the grain begins to move. Those who have been study- ing the situation are very optimistic. Death of Infant The death occurred in the city yes- terday afternoon of Clement Leone, the six-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clement Leone of Number Six. The funeral was held this afternoon at three o'clock from the St. Patrick's Church.' Interment was in the Ro- man Catholic cemetery. Eight'Austrian: Caught That "K" detachment of the R.N. W.M.P. is still on the job when it comes to nabbing interns, is demuii-, strcted -b'v the number of .alien ene- mies which are picked-up here. Yes-1 terday's grist was eight Austrians. There.names were: Marian Tdkarski, Alec Marusiak, Knot Nawozak, .Luk- "asz Puluz.-.Olesana Prysuinuik, Stif StOrka John. Ma, Steve Wynnyoiuk. Run these It good cure for stuttering. -'Kilties Join Home Guard: _' Commander Skelton announces that the Kilties Band has joined the Home "Guard as. a-body, and will head the parade of the' Guard tomorrow even- ing. The route of inarch is from the drill ground east to Thineentli street, Third avenue, west to Fiitn i street, south to Fourth avenue, and thcr.ce back to the Barracks grounds. A- large turn-out Is expected_by pie Commander, and 'all are requested to bring their guns. The Guard will as- aemtle at the usual hour .at the bar- racks grounds. HexaU Orderlies are free from hinh drugs and are the nicest laxa- tive for-children Sold only by J. D. 'urn fe Co., Limited, The 10c 20c 8.nd 50c boxcSi Nyal's Pimple Freckle Lotion Like all N.yal 'pre- parations, this is a o'ood one. "Wc-jst-and by a satisfactory freckle remover and a trial convince. Price 50 cents.. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. VULCANIZING" AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN, i SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, Sth St. S PHONE 1576 MIKK AND CKEAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows Phone R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and Witchell, 1428 6th Are. N. (r- r Supina Mercantile PHONE 20 pound sack of Sugar and one 5 pound tin or Orch- Aft ard brand Jam for. Choice Cheese A lift 2 pounds for .v. Www Creamery Butter 3QC Potted Meats OC ft 4 tins for fc W pound WW.W Dairy Butter 93C Lobsters; reg. 45c; Special price pound fcww Corn Peas and Beans Mixed Sour Pickles in tin IUW .Sealers; reg. 3oc; 9Rf Special price large tins OCp 2 for fcVC Jelly Powders; 9Sc 4 packages for Catsup in two 4 pound tins, per tin .IWV OCn 3 for. Jack Stove Polish 4 rt Special per tin ww Quaker Oats 9ftC Per package Stove Polish -1 AM Per tin 1 Royal Crown Suaii and-, Wash- ing" Powders; Polish, 2 in 1 and QCfi Nugget, 3 tins for fcwW 2 packages, for Jam, -Strawberry and Sunlight arid Lifebuoy Soap 11 -bar! for 7tP Per tin .1 WW OS pound sack Hungarian Corn -Flakes 3 packages for fcWW Loose Tea 7K tor Corn Flakes ARff 5 packages for WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE 127 15th STREET AUCTION SALE FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST 13th AT 2.30 O'CLOCK ON THE PREMISES, 904 6th AVEWJE SOUTH FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed bythe owner, will sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve a quantity of Useful Household Furniture Dining Table; Dining Chain; Oak Arm Chairs and Rockers; Sanitary Lounge; Occasional Tables, -Hal! Stand; Oak and White Enamelled Beds, Springs and Mattresses; Washing Lawn Mower, Dishes, Kitchen Utensils; a quantity of Carpenter Tools and about 30 Chickens, Buff Orpingtons, Plymouth Rocks, etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S ;