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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a demote! in Ulterta Apricots in Crates and Boxes for Preserving The we expect tills season just in. All in splendid slinpo. Finest 11. ISO.XKS, eacli Order now or you may 'be disappointed and not get any. We ilmvc daily shipments of llliick-ben-ies and lilueberries on order. Lowest murkol prices dny. PRESERVING PEACHES, PLUMS AND PEARS NOW Fresh Lot to arrive TOMORROW. THE GOOD CO.Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER I l.cthbrhige, dear S3 SO Kihnonton, fair Klj Til i Saskatoon, fa'r Swiit Current, rain 86 (it) .13 Retina, cloudy 90 66 Fort Arthur, cloudy SO 56 .06 Xelson S7 ii5 Red Uecr. clear........... SO 19 Caleary, fair SO 30 Maclccd. clear 8! 50 'Medicine Hat. fair 90 60 Winnipeg, cloudy 8R 58 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly fair with scat- I tered showers. 1 FORECAST Saskatchewan and Alberta A few local showers and thunderstorms, hut mostly fair today and on Tuesday. FARMERS! PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR HARVEST HELP RJGHT NOW. WE- HAVE THE MEN. DON'T WAIT TILL THE SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED. J. HARRIS CO. PHONE 1412. P. O. BOX 531 CITY AND DISTRICT Cutting Spring Wheat Binders were turned today in i the Provincial goal's 300 acres QL i spring wheat. The oats on the farm I will" be ready for cutting at the latter j part of the week- School Board Will Meet The School Board will meet on [Tuesday evening at S o'clock to'con- {sider the applications for the princi- palship of the High school. The board conferred with Insp. Morgan this afternoon, Tmt nothing 'definite j was decided. VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN 4 SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St. S MARKETS Hailed Out Flax Yield Heavily C. F.- Kincheloe, wfio- farms 930 acres on the other side oi the Pot- hole, is oiis oi the few farmers who have been hailed out this year. He had 369 acres including 320 acres of spring wheat and 50 acres of flax barely hit by hail- The loss on the wheat was 100 per cent, and the in- surance company with which he had tlm yrain insured allowed him claim of ?a total less. Mr. Kincheloe is patting himself on the back, how- ever. This is the first year ihat he ever was hailed out and also the first year he insured his wheat. The settlement for the loss, amounting to Si600 will cover the cost of-putting ih the crop. I A-peculiar thing about the hail was that 50 acres of flax which was supposed have been absolutely, .threshed out, promises to give a vield of about one-third more than usual. Mr. Kiffcheloe says that when ffche hail hit his flax he thought it would be an absolute loss. His sur- SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., "Aug. and closing prices on the iocal grain exchange today were: Open Close October.......... 102% 101% December 101U May............ 10 107 October......... 39V-: October......... Flax- October 142U Chicago Wheat i September 105 I December 105 May....., 109 j Minneapolis Whrtt September ___ 103% December........ I May............ 107 3SH 1043S 108 Vi 103 102% 107% j LIVESTOCK --PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, ?7.So; steers, S6.50; j I Chicago: Hogs, S6.40-J7.15; cattle, 136.1047.65.....' LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Local cash prie? for wheat...... 1.19 '93 Each oil BUYING PRICE FOR HAY Tnese win gtuw aim ucau out and No. 1 haled, ton 11.00 will thus cause the-yield-to-be much No.'1 baled, ton 10.00 greater, than., ordinarily. Tbe- only! BUYING PRICES J------ says Mr. Kincheloe, is... that ........Cl grea danger, says ML. JMiiuutriue, j the flax being set back for a couple i oE- weeks, is liable to be too late and 1 may get touched hy an-early frost. Mii. Ktacheloe says that he is teg to try out the idea and see if cutting the flax while young w.M cause it to branch out in the same that- the hail caused it to do. If it -does it may be that a new sec- ret in farming has been discovered arid the misfortune of one man may mean the benefit of himself and other farmers. said Mr. Kincheloe, "I have nothing to be down-hearted about. I have got crops every year oii dry land and tetter crops than were obtained on irrigated land south of me and I-have made money every year. I lost one of the biggest crops of my life this year, but I was lucky enough to have it'insured for S5 an acre and I will not lost much on it." FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 2pc. a doz. "uunchea. JDnions, green, loc. to 20c. a 'doz. bunches. Radishes, 15c.-to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, per lb., 5 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c, New potatoes, .per ton. Cauliflower, 60c; dozen. Cabbage, U.75 "per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice G to 6lc. Fat cows, 5-1 to (ic. killing wethers, 6c, killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, 150. to 250 ItiS., Live 18c. per No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. 'Dressed 12 to I4c. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per dox. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. HURRICANE IN SOUTH Galveston, Ang: apparent tropical disturbance which passed through the Yucatan Channel Sunday, is still centred in the south central gulf. At 9.35 a.m. today the barome- ter read 29.6, and the -wind was blow- ing 3S miles an hour from the north- west. There was some indication that the disturbance might pass east of Galveston. Women troubled with constipation find.Rexall Orderlies far superior to the usual harsh purgative. Sold only 5jy J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, The Resall Store. lOc, 25c and 50c Trial Now On The preliminary hearing of the three alleged horse thieves, George and Henry Rasmussen and Thomas Cousins, who -were arrested in Ma- graih by the Mounted Police three weeks ago, is on this afternoon at tbe Police before Superin- tendent P. W. Pennefather. H. Ost- lund is representing the accused. Four More for Front To aid iu filling drafts made from regiments in training at Calgary, four Lethbridge men, Thomas Clayton, Percy J. Cox, Robert Hills and Ed. Freed, leave for Calgary this after- noon, having been recruited here yes- terday by W. J.1 Nelson, acting re- cruiting officer. Mr. Nelson has six more men anxious to go, if more are needed at present. Heavy Storm A heavy thunderstorm was general over almost, the .entire south last night, visiting the various districts at different intervals from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m., when the storm was heaviest ov- er Lethbridge.-, A small amount uf bail is reported in some localities, hut so far as can be learned the damage was small. Carmangay district re- ports three farms damaged, and Mon- arch reports one or two crops, damag- ed only about'5 per cent. To the south city and east, no dam- age is reported, but the rain was very heavy in the Raymond, Ma- grath and Cardston districts. Big Crowds at Park The smiling sunshine of yesterday afternoon brought huge crowds out to Henderson Park, where the worries of hardworking citizens -were forgot- ten among, the, beauties of nature. The diving and swimming which was participated !n by hundreds of young and old alike, attracted large crowds of people, who lined up along the bridge and on tbe sand beach, while the many water craft darted here and there on the calm surface of the 'Sake. The scene suggested one of the big watering places where the gay holi- daying crowds are wont to amuse themselves, and to a stranger was an experience entirely foreign to the west. The lowering clo.uds which ob- scured the sun in the late afternoon served to frighten some but only made it -Cosier for those who stayed. The splendid concert given by the Citizens'. Band was appreciat- ed by the big crowds both on and around the lake. Some fancy diving was done by members of the Aquatic club from the. fine new diving stand which has been erected in front oi the clubhouse. The pavilion did a rushing business and everybody had a good time. The lake is more popu- lar than ever and every improvement which is made increases the comfort and convenience of the public, and hence the popularity of the resort. MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy Pttone R-312, North Lelh- Jirldgfl Turner and Wltchell. 1428 .6th Ave. N. PURE, RICH, DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME. DELIVERED TO HOME. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd, Phone 1570 Photographic FINISHING FOR AMATEURS High Class Work Copying and Enlarging OUTSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY A SPECIALTY. LANTERN SLIDES A. Evlyn Smith Sueeeuor to Gco. Tite 90< Third Avenue .South. Autographic K I) A K S With these you can make a perfect pictorial record of your vacation trip. You simply write it on the film at the time, v Prices of Autographic Kodaks range from to Brownie Cameras to The Red Cross Drag Bsok Co., Limited Montreal, Aug. judgment de- livered by .Judge McLennan today is of considerable interest affecting the standing 01 alien enemies. .Mihai Ou- setu, an Austrian who had boon in- ternc'd unuer the direction of Major Dale, provost marshal, sought to ob- tain his release through a writ of habeas corpus. Through his lawyer he claimed .that he was a.native oi the province of, Bukowina in Galicia and was a an Aus- trian. He was interned iu July. The judge in a long judgment declared that it is provided by the war mea- sures Act that no person under ar- rest or detention as an alien enemy I or under suspicion can be released on bail or otherwise discharged from custody, that no habeas corpus ap- plies for a nation's enemy, who is a prisoner of war and that, an alien enemy has no rights under the com- mon law of England. The application was therefore refused. WE ARE PROUD OF OUR Department We have always maintained that this department should have our utmost care and con- sideration, and-the results show that our community places im- plicit faitti in our drugs, our carefulness, .our absolute atten- tion 'to the smallest -detail. are conscientious and realize that the careful com- pounding of doctors' prescrip- tions is a we owe the gen- eral 'public.' Here you will always find the beat of and medicines. Prescriptions dispensed by grad- uates in Pharmacy only. JlHiginbfltliainlCo.ltil. The Store King of Poland Has Been Named London, Aug. coronation of Archduke Charles Stephen Aus- tria as King of Poland, will take jAace In the Warsaw cathedral, ac- cording to the Times' Petrograd cor- respondent. The correspondent adds that 'a proclamation naming the new king on the authority of Germany and Austria is expected to be issued shortly. MOOSE JAW SPORTING EDITOR HAD 73 WOUNDS BUT IS RECOVERING iMoose Jaw, Sask., Aug. C. Goldsworthy of the Princess Patria- cias, who was sporting editor of the Times here, and reported as danger- ously wounded for the second time some 'weeks ago, and since, from an English dylns, is recover- ing. He had 72 Dieces of shrapnel in his left side and. a bullet wound through his chest. A screen was put around -his bed that he might depart in privacy, but Goldsworthy'refused to do anything or" the kind, and at last is able to write himself to tbis city that he wil'i get better. WEEK IN 11 HIT. In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming, Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be iccapt. ed for this column. At Wctley The ladies of ilie church am! their Iriciids are cordially invited to a tea to be given at the home of Mis. Chas. Haley, 8th street south, on Wednesday afternoon. The regular prayer meeting will be held on 'Wednesday evening at eight o'clock in Wesley Hall. j The Mission Hand in connection with the Sunday school, will hold a social on the lawn of Dr. 'Lovering's residence on Friday evening. At Westminster The regular prayer meeting will be held on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock in the church. The Ladies' Aid will meet for sew- ing in the parsonage on Thursday af- ternoon and evening. Tea will be At St. Andrew's The senior Christian Kndeavor will meet on -Tuesday evening at the nansP. Time wUl be spent in writing letters to the soldiers who are on St. Andrew's Honor Roll.. The Onward-pible class meets on iVedncsday evening. Subject, "A good King's Reign." The Intermediate Christian Endea- vor society will hold a social on the lawn at the home of Miss llaricman, 6th avenue A north, on Thursday ev- ening o'clock. At Christian The Young People's society meet tonight in the church at 8 o'clock. The usual'mid-week .prayer service will be held .on .Wednesday evening. At-'Baptist .Mid-week.prayer service will be held on Wednesday .evening at eight; o'clock. On Friday evening .the choir jvvill meet for practice. At St. Cyprian's The usual service of intercession will be held on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. A teachers' meeting will be held after the service, and a vestry meeting will be held at nine o'clock. Laurier Talks in Patriotic Strain SherbrooUe, Que., Aug. recognition of the probable bearing out ot Lord Kitchener's prophecy that the war would last three years, and the declaration that although his con- fidence in the present Conservative party "does not ooze out the soles of my he would again as a duty support that government, as he has supported it 'before, in Canada's giving Britain all the assistance pos- sible, -was voiced'by the veteran Lib- eral leader, Sir Wilfrid