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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING 'AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor J THC SWEETEST FLOUR YOU MOW TAYLOR-MADE IS TO FARMERS REQUIRING HARVEST HELP I'ave made arrangements for a supply of help and can undertake to send you good' men for the harvest in part.es of 2 to 10. Phone in. raw next week or two. "rcers AT ONCE for men 'required during the can take care ul'cneffl. J. HARRIS CO. PHONE 1412. P. 0. BOX 531 'riches Plums and Pears in tm preserving; Tomatoes. Cucnm- Uubbanl Squash. Pumpkin. Vegetable Marrow and Corn on the Cob are now coming in freely fromK. C. 1 bers We can siiPPlv you with all these lines at the very lowest prices. Quality-is -No. 1. The following aiv some of our Woek-Emi Prices: White, par case Per buskel case Per basket Fl.UMS. Damsons. Kalian Prunes. In peach bojccs PLUMS in crates, 4 baskets, assort, varieties J1.45 BARTLETT for Baskets, each For preserving. -10 pound cases ...35c B. C. C., pounds for ............25o Per and 5 'HOT HOUSE for ..........25c PlfKl INC pound nunuAltD pound ............6c pound......................6c VEGETABLE pound .........5c CORN ON THE dozen..25, 35 and 40c cookers. 4 pounds for........25c 'eating, 3 pounds for.........25c Blackberries at lowest market price If they arrive. COLD COOKED MEATS. SLICED AND READY FOR USE! NO NEED OF COOKIN3 AST PORK HAM-WITH. HRESSING-Vrry OX TONGUE-Frny Bentos. sliced- ROAL- fine, sliced tier pound sliced, per pound..o5c CORNED Bentcs, best to be Per pound ..............................35c Per pound .............................65c VEAL per pound ............25c ROAST per pound ...........30c THE GOOD GO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 1 I-ellibridge Kdmontoii. clear Medicine Hat, fair-... (Prince Albert, clear Regina. clear Winnipeg, fair Red.Deer, clear 86 53 72 16 92 60 SS 53 86 51 90 62 71 4fi .H Calgary Macleod 84 JL Saskatoon, clear S7 51 JIocs; Jaw, clear.......... So 53 .53 Nelson........................ SS 55 The weather over the prairie pro- vinces has been line and warm with scattsred showers is parts 0! Sas- katchewan and Alberta. FORECAST All to- day and on Saturday with scattered showers. ADVANCE IN OIL Pittsburg. Pa.. Aug. 'cents a.barrel advance in the price of principal grades of crude oil was announced to- day by the.'South Pennsylvania Oi-i Co. CITY AND DISTRICT Going to High Court A. E. Dupen, deputy chief ranger of District A.O.F., leaves tomor- row, to atiend- high court meeting the Order, which will convene at Ot- tawa on the 24th. Iff ID 17" FTC MARKETS Winnipeg; 12.-The Free Press Ottawa correspondent nays; n mor 1 as reached Here from Inland hr tanle to the effect, that Fir Pohert Bcrden Mill do some fin- ancmg in Ejiriafed beiore lie leaves J Winnipeg, Man., Aug. lor Canada I ib here.'.says :and cjOsing prices on the local grain the report ..FRIDAY'S .GRAIN PRICES that ome of the Cana- elciiange Today were as follows: dian need assistance that this ran onh be obtaine.d i.rom iOctober the British goierr-ment Forty mil- j lien pounds is mennoned as the rte ouircment Tte idea 01 nationalizing Canadian railwais finds little J'avor OctoDer.. in London the polic) being consider- j cd a failuie m >outh Sirica and October i traha Regarding his financial mis- j son Premier 1 orden remsed to make Open 104 103 li 109 a statem uat that, his 1 ;stav has been extended bevondwhat i llilS liCVll t-.vv-iin'-- at nrn planned lends color to it'ie beliel that important nejotia- 1 pound, and they are "just iiT.Vfrom the fac- tory. The Red Cross Drug Beok Co., Limitd Paris. Aug. worry about start before they do." This is reported, and gener- ally be'iieved here to have been the answer of General Joffre to the questions of Lord .Kit- chener and others at the re- cent conference in Calais when Joffre was asked what would happen if the Germans turned their armies westward after the capture of Warsaw. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: 'Hogs, J7.85-J7.90; steers, ?6.40-t6.E5r heifers, J6.00. 3: Hogs, J6.70-57.35; cattle, VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.......... WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN 4 SON O'd Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St.'S DRAY1NG -Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R.- Freight Shtds. PHONES: Pony Express and Transfer NUT COAL 7K PER TON CASH.. I NUT COAL, TWO OC TONS, CASH 99tH9 Phone 632 jQCALMARKeS Steamship Arrivals The C.P.R. ticket agent reports the following steamship arrivals: The Al- lan liner Pretorian docked at Quebec at 6' o'clock last nirtt. Western pas- sengers are due to arrive Lethbridge on Monday morning. Allan liner Hes- perian due to dock at Montreal to- night. Passengers due Lethbridge on Monday morning. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES.. jQC.a.1. for wheat ,Vheat 93 Dats............ .-''I j PRICE FOR HAY timothy, baled, ton ......'11.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, lac. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, lac. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, 20c. a doz. bunch- is.' Green peas, per Ib., 3.cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches'. 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, 60c. dozen. Cabbage, SI.75 per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, C to GJc. Fat cows, 5i to Be. killing 'wethers; 6c. killing ewes, Select hogs, !50 to 250 Its., file. Live 18c. per Ib.; N'o. 1 fowl, 10 to IZc. Dressed 12 to He. Charjed With Burglary Information of complaint was filed in the District Court this morning by E. J. James-Davies of Grassy Lake against Elco Kosick, claiming that 1 tie did on the night of January 12 last break into the complainant's store in Grassy Lake, stealing articles to the value of S30.00. Kosick is in the Mounted 'Police guardroom awaiting trial. _ Summer Complaint These are the days when the children' are "bothered." Fre'A gathered No. 1 farmers' eggs ITc. per doz. dairy butter 20c. Keep a bottle of DIARRHOEA COMPOUND handy as it saves lots of bother. Instant relief for Diarrhoea. Dyss'entery, 'Summer .Complaint, etc., etc. Absolutely free from Opium or Narcotics. J.O.HiginbottiamHo.ltJ, The HmoCt Store just how good a cook you are, unless you have used Give yourself the greatest motion-picture tieat you ever enjoyidi See "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" fat a Youl! be held ipellbound in this cut! All compete. It MOW. Empress Tonight 5..S98 FOOD RIOTS IN GERMANY Amsterdam, Aug. riots, '.women, took place yesterday at Schweinfurt. Germany, where: the market was attacked, and dealers In food stuffs were roughly handled. Meat, butt'er, eg. and vegetable stalls wsr'e and the' provisions seized: The high price of food is I causing unrest in some parts of Ger- many. Lethbridge Prize Winners At the Edmonton exhibition, Leth- bridge poultry fanciers carried off a number of prizes. Percy-King prac- tically swept in all the prizes with his Brahmas, cocks and hens. In the Langshaiu class. A. V. Gib- bons-took first and third with cock- erel: first and second with pullets; and second with hen. In Black Wyan- doltes Sam Jones came first with cockerels and pullets, and second with hen. He also "got a first in Leghorns Brown.B.C., in the cockerel class. Police. Court Albert Lyons, charged with being drunk, claimed that he bad only drunk three or four glasses of'beer, and that it must have been doped. He claimed that he was and his watch and everything he_ had was taken out of his pockets. 'I he Irate accepted his story, and, let him go on suspended sentence. Two youths appeared before the police court yesterday morning for discharging firearms in the city lim- its They claimed that they thought they-were outside :tbe limits being on the south-side of Henderson Part. They were given suspended sentence and their rifles temporarily confis- cated. Sports on Labor Liktiy, r. Arrangements and plans for Labor- Day sports-were discussed at the meeting of the Trades and .Labor Council last night.' it is prqbabje that a committee will be appointed to take charge of the arrangements, and Lethbridge is likely to have programme of sports on Labor-pay. Use Rexall Constipation; Orderlies for- Chronic they are gentle ac- only by Limited, and .aOc UOIlSUlmtltJII tion, mild and natural. Sold by 3. D. Higinbotham Co., The Rexall Store, 10, 2iic Photographic FINISHING FOR AMATEURS High Class Work Copying and Enlarging OUTSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY A SPECIALTY. LANTERN SLIDES A Evlyn Smith Successor to Geo. Tise STUDIO' j 806 Third Sou'V' Edmonton, Alta., Aug re- turns in the prohibition election are complete, with the exception of one riding, that of Athabasca. The re- sults, with that exception, are as follows: For the act.......... Against the act...... Rejected......T-. Majority for the act.. Total Of the total'vote accepted, slightly more than 61 cent, was for the act. The riding of Acadia has the honor of giving the best support to act. It polled 1660 to 398 in favor of the act, which is slightly better than 86 per cent. In the same class was Card- Eton. 70 per cent. The riding polling strongest against the act was Grou- ard, with a 73 per cent, vote, and St. Paul, with a 72 per cent, vote against the act. The foreign vote was about evenly divided. The riding of Whitford, which is almost eiclusively Huthen- ian. voted 415 for the act and 6S2 against the act. In several polls no single vote was polled against the act, and in a very- few noils no single vote was polled in favor of the act. The polls that were unanimous for the act are as follows: Eai'iing', Camrose, 38; Berlin. Dids- bury 37- West Hope, Cochrane, 33; Amter Hill Innisfail, 27; Grandin, Beaver .River, 27; Rollison, Acadia, 'a- Pine Coulee, Nanton 24; Bragg, Rocky .Mounts in 11; Sounding Creek, Acadia, 10. fearick. Hand Hills, 7: Paryetta, Acadia, 3. The polls unanimous against the act St. Paul, 32; Bor- denave, Beaver 22; Ferguson, Qrpuard, 22; Bad Egg Lake, Beaver, 16: Kan'anaskis, Rocky Moun-j ain, 10; Fork Lake, Beaver 5. ITALIAN VOLCANOES ARE IN ERUPTION Naples, Aug. Mount Etna and Stromboli, three of the world's greatest volcanoes, have sud- denly become active and are belching forth great clouds of steam and smoke. Streams of lava are pouring down the eastern slone of Mount Etna from two new craters, threaten- ing the destruction of Casino Des Ingles and other Sicilian villages. ''The whole population of Naples and of Messina and other Sicilian cities In a state of terror. .....New Theatre Opens The occasion of the opening of the gew Regent theatre In North l.eth- bridge last night was greeted by large crowds at both performances, and the excellent films wore appre- ciated by the audiences. The of the North side demonstrated that j they appreciate the enterprise of the j new management in operating a movie, theatre in their section of the city. GRASSY LAKE'S HOSPITAL Grassy Lake. Alta., Aug. hospital board met oa Monday even- ing, and decided to adopt a new plan for the management of the hospital, and, with that end in view, accepted the resignation of'the matron, Nurse Donaldson, and terminated the tem- porary arrangement with Dr. McKie who has been acting as medical sup- erintendent. A qualified nurse will be engaged as and will be given free management of the hospital, responsible only to the board. The medical men of the whole district and all the towns which the hospital can serve, will have equal privileges and ail patients who enter will make their own ar- rangements for doctors' services. SHOT OFF DONKEY'S EARS London, Aug. famous mule of only casualty, ac- cording to Spanish accounts, result- from a fierce bombardment by the armadas of recalled by a story printed in the Kioylii, a Smyrna paper, and translated by Reu- ter'via Germany and Amsterdam, of the bombardment of Tcheshmeh, by an English warship. True the Kioylii adits two casual- ties at Tcheshmeh: but the most re- markaMe shot of the whole action was one which shaved oft both_tfce ears ot-a donkey-belonging-to Halil Effendi, collector of. customs. Halil Bey's ass'.is. "the sight of .the town" and" the.-cbllector is collecting from the townspeople the gate-money which they pay to see the effects of the wonderful shot which robbed the donkey of Tcheshmeh of its ears. Nyal's Pimple Freckle Lotion Like all Ny'al pre- parations, this is a good one. stand as si satisfactory freckle remover and a trial will convince. Price 50 cents. The Frank Hedley Drug Co., CRYSTAL BRAND Made by The Crystal Dairy Co. Limited, LETHBRIDGE? PHONE 187S. MILK AND CBEAM PURE NATURAL-Produced under sanitary conditions from liea.thy cows. Phone R-312, Nortli Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and Witchell, 1428 etll'Ave. N. u Friday Saturday, Aug. 13 14 WASHBURN BALTIC ARRIVES New York, N.Y., Aug. 4> The .steamship Baltic docked at Liverpool today. IN 'When It Strikes Home' it Strifes was made from a scenario bj ChM. nhartnpit annulled, ire' sends the bov to South America dancing boy is adopted by young Mr and Mrs Hartley boy becomes a Old Hartley recognizes tho former dancing ,girl 1n Sitter Ursula, and she. also recognizes her own son In the young Dr. the ex-dancer voluntarily remains in the hospital, and thus the younger Hartley and his wife do not have their 'happtnes? menaced. ;