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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING 1 AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT, .1 LETHBRIDGE DAILYIERALD f Hotel Windsor I SATURDAY EVENING SPECIALS COLD MEATS BOILED per pound...........35c ROAST PORK HAM With dresilng, sliced... VEAL psr pound ............25c CORNED per pound ..........35c ROAST per pound...........30c OX per pound ............65c FREESTONE PEACHES AND ITALIAN AT A RI3HT per case APRICOTS to arrive Monday, crate, .......J1.25 ITALIAN case .............51.25 Boxes FREESTONE basket .......35c BARTLETT basket ............35c kinds, per basket ..............35c FINEST 8. for.......25c FINEST B .C. basket .....43c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear 77. Edmonton, clear SO Calgary, clear 76 Macleo't 8-1 .Medicine Hat, clear SS Saskatoon, clear 82 Swift Current, SO Po'rt Arthur, fair Xelson Winnipeg, cloudy 50 50 58 56 51 58 SS 60 12 55 62 .OS FARMERS! PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR HARVEST HELP RIGHT NOW. WE HAVE THE MEN. DON'T WAIT TILL THE SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED. PHONE 1412. 3. 'HARRIS CO. P. 0. BOX 531 L1UUU> The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been clear and warm with some lUht showers. FORECAST All and warm today 'and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTBICT Winners at Edmonton. At th6 Edmontou exhibition, A. E. Humphries cleaned up most of the I prizes tor Black Minorcas, and E. P. JTuson did likewise with his Orping- tons. VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WO.RK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN 4 SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St. S BRITISH INTERESTS Washington, B.C., Aug. The American Consul at Riga has taken over the- British in- v j terests there. Ambassador i .Marye so reported today, from MARKETS Trades Council Monday A meeting of the Trades aud Labor i Council to discuss the advisability of celebrating Labor Day, is called for Monday evening in the Labor Temple. Other matters will come up for dis- I cussion, and all delegates are request- ed to be present. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Man.. Aug. and closing; prices on the grain ex- changes today .were Oct. Dec. Open Close May Oats Oct. 1.04! 1.03} 1.08? l.OS} Mine Temporarily Suspended Trouble with one of the motors at the mine-head, caused the operations at No. 3 to be suspended today. Supt. Robert Livingstone states that the mine will be running on Monday. The Gait collieries are both running four days a week. Oct........ I Sept 1 Dec. iJlay May be Railway 1.16} CHICAGO WHEA'i i.osf 1.053 1.05 Rifle Brigade, at Taber At a meeting held in' Taber to dis- cuss the formation of a iiome giiard, it was finally decided, after lengthy discussion, to form a rifle brigade. ieiJThe opinions expressed by various speakers were home guard idea, and in "favor of a rifle brigade. Autographic K D A K S these you can make a perfect pictorial record of your vacation trip. You simply write it on the film at the time: Prices of Autographic Kodaks range from to Brownie Camtras to The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited 1.05J 1.061 i lOji 1.09} l.OSJ Cal-ari 14.-The latest rumr or K, 13. Bennett is to enter the Dominion' cabinet as minister 01 railways. In addition it is stated m connection with this same rumor that the government will take, over .the (T. T. P. ami the C.X.R-, operating them as government roads. Sir. Bennett is to take charge of the government op- erated roads. ft is also stated that Sir Robert. Borden's visit to Britain is largely because of railway situation, and for that reason be insisted upon Mr.. Dennett accompanying him. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S7.75-5S.00; steers.names are John Coznml.ac, Alec cows, heifers, Iv-'1 p.10-510.25. Hogs: cattle, MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows, "phone P.-312, North Letb- bridge Dairy, Turner and Witchell, 1428 6th Ave. LQGAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Local cash for wheat 1.19 Wheat 93 Oats Flax 1.06 Barley 46 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No 1 timothy, baled, ton 11.00 No i prairie, baled, ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES' FOR VEGETABLES MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU ______ BUY. Lelhbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works Lettuce, lac. to'20c. a doz. Onions, green, 15c. .to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, loc. to 20c. a doz. bunco- s' Green psas, per Ib., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz.. 20to 30c. carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c New potatoes; per ton. Cauliflower, 6tic.; dozen. Cabbage, SI.75 per cwt. Livettock and Poultry Choice' steers, C to 61c. 'Fat cows, 51 to lie. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, 5Jc. Select hogs, 150 to 250 ibs., 6Jc. Austrians Arrested Three'Austrian miners of Coalhurst were arrested -by the Mounted Police; today on a charge of sedition, and are now awaiting a hearing in the cells at the barracks. It is claimed that they have for some time been mak- ing seditious utterances. Their Uizak and Fred Local Talent to Play The three playlets, "A Sister to As- sist "Packing .and "That Brute to be presented at the Orpheum Theatre on Monday night, are comedies of the highest class. The cast includes some of the very best local talent. Mr. and. Mrs. Lionel Asquith, Frank Waddington and Richard Hincks will. play. The proceeds are to go to the I.O.D.Q and the Nursing Mission. Miners' Band Programme The programme that .the Miners' Band will play at the band concert to- morrow evening in Gait Gardens, at 8 o'clock, is as follows: "Red, White and "Front Section SouthweK; "Elec- tric Park Southwell; "Ser anada Evening K. L.J Mar tin's Baggage Transfer Phone 138 6 Cinful and Prompt Strvlct These are the-days when the children are "bothered." Kee'p a tiSttl fi I Jijj V HiB LI HI FIELDS DIARRHOEA COMPOUND haudy as it saves lots of bother. Instant relief for Diarrhoea. Dyssentery. Summer Complaint, etc., etc. Absolutely free from Opium or Narcotics. The Mtott Store James Harris, manager of the Leth- Employment Agency, has spent the 'last week in Calvary, where le went with the hope of obtaining 1000 men for the harvesting of the southern crop. He is now negotiating for the sending of some 400 soldiers from Snrcoe to Lethbridge, 'where they will be distributed to the points needing them first. Mr. Harris' estimate of the number of men needed to harvest the crops on the railroad lines radiating from Lethbridge is 4500. -Mr. Harris is ex- pected to return on .Monday, and will arinp with him a large men. At the employment agency offices here from 30 to 40 men per day have been applying for positions. The de-; mand this week has not been great, and is practically confined to a few men here and there for fall wheat cutting. A great number of.men are going to begin work on Monday-, when the cutting of spring wheat will com- menc in earnest in some of the east- and southern districts. Stops Bake Day Worry Kentville, N.S., Aug. a horse blind in one eye, and with two possible spavins for S125 from a man who sot it for 575 earlier in the day. Remount Department Asent W. P. We Have New, Attractive, and Up-to-Date Ideas and Plans In ail kinds of Buildings to show you for the asking. ALL KINDS OF. BUILDING MATERIAL, BUT ONLY. ONE BEST. Hardwood Floorings, Wagon Makers' Oak, etc., etc. Say, you need a GOOD Screen Door'NOW! We have it. CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 363.- 134 Ib'tli -Street North. HT i 1 according to the witnesses she snoa NeiQnbOrS UUarrel iMM and uttered her deli to- thp triple alliance, then launching idiiyt intn illt! frav suow "I was trained for a pugilist in the McKay, when told of the animal's Gali Lee in Glasgow by a French handicap, hastened to trade it next j captajn of-the'guard, and 1 can ban- assailant s morning for a die man, woman or i. j horse with a Jack, 11, ,loast that was mane good ,.retireli a more-strategic posi- JS'KS. Davidson war in part it least on Wednesday Tlle question in .the .case waS self into the fray proceeded to show how things are done in Gali Lee, tjuickly obtaining a strangle hold oil Mrs. Humes, she demonstrated thfl art of uppcrcutting to great effect. Then slic secured a Jiu-Jitsu on hei in nan- assailant's top-knot and flung IIEI the coulee: The other women, commission, now considering horse contracts in deals of government NTova Scotia. Vintou P. Smith, North Kingston, who had sold two horses to McKay, bought the defective animal from Kibbert Warner for for a mail van. McKay saw it later in the day he learned Smith wanted 5125 for it, said: a man is patriotic to sell a horse llke'that for 5135, I had better buy it." The witness denied that he nut the blind eye' side ot the horse "off" from McKay. Smith contended he sold the because it was too smal'i for his pur- pose. He did not buy it to sell to .-----the government agent. Altogether he u -If the legisla- i got ?405 or ?4ir, for his three horses, it. u m" _ t tnr He on Women's Vote n a Mrs. Jones, who lives Third St. of this city. From the manner whicli Mrs'. Jones made good threat, the French guards at.Gali Lee ptain of has something AUC 14 o-- anacia evening Biiauuws, ix. tJ. t ]e women 01 ,v "Campaign National South- at the next session the did not give rebate .to la _. The uormo .In this {IRal WSS i aid oi'the nircct Legislation act may well; cornet solo, Southwell; "The Conquer overture.' i at" once. K. L. King; "Operatic b. 1 Thcrc wju bc no Berry; li; of Hi Havina: "Roll of K. L. King. "Roil Save the Lamesfeld, conductor. of North Ward Squad Commander Skeltori announces that i a section of the Home Guard will be. organized in North Lelhbridce and will be drilled in that secl.hm oi the The sequel, to this deal was sup plied by WaV.ace Foster Greenwood; Tl.err will bc no dodelng 01 the who said he offered to trade his 16- -nHM I.'iriners of year-old horse tor-one of the group r 'liat poim had purchased at Kingston. '-.resident of the ITn.-: McKay told him to look over the lot, ited" o'i w.s em-land while doing so came across the ,Ud 1 aimers oi horse with the blind eye. He had the immediate j owned him before, and was "filing to front of the ssso'ciationa's take him back, and when McKay larmrrs have gammed learned of the animal's defect, he of- no objection. The horse he The'lKec plants upon, the Uurned over to the remount officer which the .Willards and Johnstons of the world would do well to look in- Jlrs. Jones'was summoned before the police court on Thursday to an- swer to a charge of assault laid against her by Mrs. W. M. Humes, who is a neighbor of Mrs. Jones According to 'the evidence the together with two other neighbors, Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Thompson, were going down the lane'between Third and Fourth streets on Wednesday afternoon last when'they met Mrs. Jones. Evidently there was bad feeling between the women, and 'after a few words blows occurred: At first Mrs. Jones got the worst of the, altercation Bud had the. clothes all but torn off her. But ,in by1 Mrs. -r Jones was not provoked. C. F. Hat. I ris was counsel for the accused and pleaded eloquently for .his client, Magistrate Klton 'delivered, his sen. tcnce this morning. He bound both women to keep the peace for a per- iod of six months and in an earnest appeal showed them the folly and danger of neighbors' quarrelling among tbemsJ.vcs. I phatic upon this when he reviewed Sheep-Choice killing ewes, 5Jc. organized in North Lelhbndpe _ nnn i .f the i turned over to the remount UMIL-B. Select hogs, 150 to 250 ibs., 6U. will be drilled in that secl.um oi iiie Um. concentrate this' fall j He got. in a trade, and the animal was U-n I8c. per city. The Xorthsldcr.; have ni-en valued in that deal at, He had Ib No 1 fowl, 10 to.JSc. back ward in the movement but ing, A I a and was 1C years old. He Dressed 12 to He. ..to the distance to come, l.or the drills, suffrage.. took eyed horse because he iTf do? unable to in; ttip riirpet T.efr- "odd." and a horse only neeueu Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. 'No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. women's itoofc eyed horse because he have been unable to attend.. m OI the Direct Leg- was "odd." and a horse only needed I force. They promise that a sgiw'l ri 'about seventy' men will-Le raidy ijoin up as soon as a ilriHjng nation.---------- PURE, RICH, DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME. DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone i join UP sunn as, a ihas benn established in -Vortil I.etn-i i bridge. Definite annbuncemcnt.s be later. Commander Skelton last, night an- nounced that the drill on .Monday will lake place at 7 o'clock in- i stead of at 7..IO. j; TERMS AC'CEPTA'BLE London, Aug. Sofia cor- respondent of the Temps cables ex- tracts from the Bulgaria press, show- ing that all parties; agree that the Al- lies' terms are likely jib; 'pVpVe ac" ceptab-ie if Greece and gervik can be i induced to make the '.desired conces- Isions. Elderly people sltoiiid ute.liexall Or- derlies. They are a perfect'and mild laxative. Sold only -by J. D. Hlgin- botham Co., The Rexall Store, Iflc, 25c and 60c Iwies.- vertisement. Ad- FINISHING FOR AMATEURS Class Work Copying and Enlarging OUTSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY A SPECIALTY. LANTERN SLIDES A. Evlyn Smith SuccMter to'Gee. J STUDIO j 906 Third Avenue South. one eve, anyway. Thomas a horse dealer, gave the local Impression of the govern- I ment horse buyer at Kingston, witn whom-he had dealings. Sir Charles Davidson asked hinTif McKay was ns shrewd as the other dealers in the ..neighborhood, and Commission Coun- i Thompson remarked that alt the farmers teemed sharper than the gov- buyers. HIM said that was -what he thought about him. I Scrzcant Robert Fitch, Kingston, got rid of a relic tor J135. I "A rid yo'i. E sergeant in the militia did taid Mr. Thompson. .The witness said the horse liac bfic-n usd for military purposes four times. "Do you still wear the uniform of your asked cuttingly. The witness said he did at..camp.________________ Edwin Green, an linglish composer j of several songs which gained world- wide popularity, is dead. TO THE PATRIOTIC FUND Aug. to the Regina city branch of the Cana- dian patriotic fund reached a total ol on July 31. It was opened on September 15 and the showing made for the ten and a .half months is regarded as anlexcsptionally eooo one A campaign to greatly augment the fund will .shortly he inaugurated. ;