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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING -THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Klberta QUALITY FIRST MEANS TAYLOR MADE i Apricots in Crates and Boxes for Preserving i., in slump. KitiL'st IX The we expect ,lil. season each and'not We 'have daily shipments of Illaekberries and liluebprrles on order.' Lowest market prices each day. vnunnanw PRESERVING PEACHES, PLUMS AND PEARS NOW IN-Another .Fre.h Lot to arrive TOMORROW. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PnWie 525 WEATHER l.rthbridgc, clear L'aleary, clear rain Swift L'urrt'iit, Kiir Kcgina, ckniiiy Brandon, cloudy cloudy S'ort Arthur, clear i Kilmonton, clollily Medicine Hat, clear i Prince Albert i Moose .law, fair Saskatchewan and Jew I st-aiterrd showers, but pncrally iaii ulav and on Wednesday. PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR HARVEST HELP RIGHT NOW. WE HAVE THE MEN. DON'T WAIT TILL THE SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED. J. HARRIS. CO. PHONE CITY AND DISTSICT Buys Motor Truck Gilmore the baker has purchased j ia motor truck from the Ford garage j for delivery purposes. Death of Mrs. Unger The Sweet Grass Advocate an- Inounces the death of-Mrs. Peter Un- ser. and closing prices on the changes today were Oct..................... Dec..................... Mar-.................. Oats- (VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY..... WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN i SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St. S WUTGiviBoimty for Refined Zinc Ottawa, Auu. a view to insurihE at reasonable prices a Cana- dian siipplv of refined .zinc, .uuab.e for us; in "the production of brass :or the manufacture 01 uuick-nrlug cart- ridge cases for shells, the govern- ment has passed an order in coimc.i. providing for bounties on refined zinc produced in Canada irom Canadian ores.-- These bounties, however, are tentative and will not go into effect unless the war is ended before July 31, 1917. The reason for this is that the zinc refiners are willing to put in the- necessary plant on a guarantee ...that the orders Iron: the shell com- mittee will be sufficient to defray the cost-'of. installing the plants, and a leeit-imale- profit, or else that in the event or-the war coming to a speedy close tbe-bounty will be payable up end of July, 1817. la any case it is provided that the total amount of-.bounties to .be. paid shall not ex- ceed'.SMO.OIM. CARDSTON SCOUTS Ailk., Acs. morning' saw the departure of the boy scouts.: for the Glacier'Park and the, St. Miry. -Lakes in Montana, ab- out thirty "miles froju: Cardston. The dozen boys who made .up.the party a portion of the Mut- tial imprrwmumt Scouts of the Card- ston Second- Ward. They go under ti'e ctergerofllr. Lafayette Hyde, who Is acting as temporary scout master, be gone, about ten days. Besides' this there are two other b'oy scout organizations in Cardston: toe M.LA. scouts of the First Ward and the-- Church of England scouts. It is Quite likely thai the former of these' two will also go on a hike be- fore the season is over. MARKETS Coming to Lethbridge The Sweet Grass Advocate reports that Dr. Converse and wife are leav- ling for Leinbridge. where the Doctor has accepted a position. Donated Gravel In connection with the comfort sta- jtion erected at Henderson Lke, 0.1 voluntary labor recently, the gravel j was donated by Messrs. John Brodie, j George McLean and Morris. Give Us Your Telephone Orders Prompt Service Correct Prices fnfailiiig; Attention Our Telephone io 555 The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited ONLY ID FIOE TORIES IN M TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 1.02 1.015. 1.07s 1.02J 1.02 j 1.0S1 Hail in South Hail damaged several thousand acres of crop near Woolford on Sun- day night, and north and east of Ma- grath some loss was reported from the same storm. Oct. Sspt......... 3SJ 54> Appear Today The three Austrians, who were ar- rested at Coalhtirst last week hy the Mounted Police, on a charge of sedi- j tion will appear for their preliminary i hearing before Superintendent Penne- father at the P.arraeks this afternoon. Oct. Sept. Dei.-. Mav 1.41} 'CHICAGO WHEAT 1.04} i.oij 1.08 1.43! 1.05} 1.01J ilixXEAPOI.IS WHEAT 1.031 1.01J Dec..'...........'I.............. 1.03! 1.04 Mav.............. '1.07J 1.05} LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY iry: Hogs, 57. S5: steers, 36.50; 16.00. Chicago-. Hogs, 80; J3.l6-311.75. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter ths The Fresh Butter by :attle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Local cash price-lot wheat 1.19 Wheat M Oats ...................41 Barter '16 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 Bluejoint 9.50 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, I5c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, loc. to 20c. a doz. hunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20e. a doz. bunch- She pleaded guilty and paid The charge was laid by Fined Emily Allen, who 'iives on the out- skirts of the city, was fined 3150.00 and costs in the police court this mini; for selling liquor without, license. the fine. Chlef of Police Skelton. Carmangay Fair Opens The annual agricultural fair at Carmangay opens today, and contin- ues lomurvow, the exhibits being re- ceived and placed today, and the main events taking place tomorrow. Ideal weather is being experienced, and a large crowd is expected to be in at- tendance. P WE ARE PROUD OF OUR rescription Department We have always maintained that this department should have our utmost care and con- sideration. and the results that our community places im- plicit faitti in our drugs, our our absolute atten- tion to the smallest detail. We are conscientious and realize that the careful com- pounding of doctors' prescrip- tions-is a duty 'we owe the gen- eral public. Here you will always find tho best of drugs and medicines. Prescriptions dispensed by grad- uates in Pharmacy only. J.DJigioiiotliem Co. ltd, The Store Expensive Firewater For selling liquor to two .Indians, who rejoice in ,'lhe nomenclature of Two Guns and JRunning Funny, An- ton Oleen, a Swede, was fined and costs, or the option of spending three months in the guard room, by Superintendent Pennefather of the Mounted Police. The Indians, who "ran funny" from the effects of the Winnipeg, n[ tlie opposition in the .Manitoba legisla- ture will meet in the oll'tcc of Aime Benarri, Conservative uicmher tor ib- erville, tomorrow aflernoon. The members were callc-d at-the tion of Mr. lienanl. Joseph Hamelin, of Ste. Hose, arrived today. Alderman R. A. Higg, Social-Dem ocrat for North Winnipeg, lias brai invited to attend, while F. J. Dixon, Independent, Centre Winnipeg, is counted on the government side, was not. When asked what wcie the ink" tior.s of the opposition, Mr. Ilamelin said lie did not know. It was up Io Denard, apparently, he said. 3Ir Hamelin declared that he was not a Conservative I'.c was straight Independent and had run as j such. Mr. Hamelin said Mr. Renard and Jacques Parent also were Independ- ents. The only two straight Conser- vatives who were elected were F. V. Nr-wtor. of Konlln, and Albert Prc- fcntaine, of Carillon, he asserted. Hon. Kdward Hrown, provincial treasurer, leit'this morning for the Pas to commence his election cam- paign for the contest which takes place September 1. 'Ci and British labor men here some time CRYSTAL Lethbridge DA TRY Phone 1576 es. Green peas, per IS., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New neets, per doz., hunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. Nevr potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, 60c. Cabhage, SI.00 per cwt. Corn on to a doz. each. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to 6ic. Fat cows, 5i to 6C. killing wethers, 6c. gneep_Choice Villing ewes, 51c. Select hogs, 150 to 350 Ibs., Live 18c. per ft.- No. 1 to 12c. Dressed 12 to Ho. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 tamers' dairy butter 20c. FINISHING FOR AMATEURS High Class Work Copying and Enlarging OUTSIDE PHOTOGRAPHY n A SPECIALTY. V I LANTERN SLIDES A. Evlyn Smith Succwor to Geo. STUDIO KM Third 'Avenue Seuth. V i'- It children are feverish give a light laxative like Rexall Orderlies which often removes Hie -cause. Sold only by J, D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and oOc MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone R-312, North Leth bridge Dairy, Turner and Wltchell 1428 6th Ave. N. Munition Workers Leave The eight Lethbridge men vere examined and accented by Germans Organized] Industrial Strikes New York, X.Y., Aug. New- York World today publishes the sec- ond in its series of "German propa- ganda series." j Following its announcement of jsimda3' that it had obtained evidence which, the World' said, showed the scope of the official German propa- gana in the TJniied States in connec- the tion with the Al'.ies, Lomond; Alta., Aug. Pais-1 ley Bros, have moved their livery barn into town, and have started busi- ness. While moving the barn, Paisley broke his leg, and is being cared for in ihe 'Hat hospital. Will Benson had a bit of hard luck when one of his horses died, shortly j after it was found badly cut with his fence wire. This is the weather the farmers want io ripen up the 'Wheat. in some places will commence nest The church here has organized a Sunday schoo'i, with A. Parker as sup- erintendent. Lomond boasts of a depot now. A box car filled the bill before, but the business developing here makes the difference. We need a butcher shop here, and good man will do a large business. The Farmers' elevator crew landed here last Saturday evening. Miss V. Ainlay has arrived home from her vacation in Hish River, Cal- gary and other points. Most of the farmers around here the 'Hat butter shipping their cream t. the Vforld today "prints.! creameries, thus makin correspondence Uieh, U averts, -arc ,U in wuin in me .______ "thrnivc iMurninalinn llllntl (HP P.ffnrtH l n( eft for Montreal last night, where hey will embark for the Old Country. The men who were accepted were: C. E. Connors, E. A. Marpoles, .las. Walter Homes. H. H. Teal, William Whitelaw, S. Munroe and Mercer. Former Lethbridge Lady Dies Lethbridge- friends will learn with regret of the death at Edmonton re- cently of ..Miss E. Maude Ke.'iy. who for many years was employed the Northwest Jobbing Co. here. 11.33 Kelly had been ailine: for some time and underwent an operation which resulted fatally. After leavin wmuu, it. -throws illumination upon the efforts I Tne farmers who were ha led out of German agents to foment strikes west of town are stacking what fee factories manufacturing they have left so they can go ahead in domestic _______ munitions of war with ths. conniv- ance of disloyal labor leaders and agi- tators." In World prints today correspondence on -which it bases the assertions: That the German government, through the ml'.itary attache of its embassy at Washington, was engag- ed in an effort to retain the trade of American manufacturers oE chlorine. That the German government has I used highly efficient method in en she w-as engaged with the I couraging a sentiment adverse to the continued shipment of munitions, of war to the Allies. That the German government bad under consideration a plan to acquire the Wright Aeroplane plant at Day- I Ion, Ohio. DHUge, Sue an firm of Roberts Hunt at High Bn- er and later took up a homestead in Montana. She was a sister of Messrs. H. E. and C. II. Kelly of Spring Coulee. PATRONS' PAY DAY A Real Pay Day. Come Early. EMPRESS TONISHT .L Montreal to Glasgow I T.S.S. Athenia .....Aug. 28 1 T.S.S. 'Cassandra ..Sept. 4 Cabin passengers only. I 3rd I Clan Prepaid Tickets from Scotland, issued at low- lest rates.. Full Information from any Railway or Steam- lihip Agent or H. E. LIOMAN Jaeneral Anent. f IDONAkOSONllNE witii their ploughing. They don't seem a hit discouraged. -Mr. Armstrong, cast of town, com- menced cutting his fall wheat last Saturday. It was a fine stand of wheat. The Bright Prospect church is be- ing en'iarg'ed, and it is thought it will be ready for service next Sunday. It will be an improvement over the U. F.A. hall. Some business men were here last I week, with the intention of building lardware p.nd drygoods stores. O. Baker is home again from Cal- gary, where he-was visiting. Carl Oat made a business trip to Vulcan on August 12 io get men to lelp him with the harvest. B'.ake Sweetman have sot home their new threshing outfit, which ought to help some. Councillor H. Finley is doing good SOOTH WALES .MINERS AGAIN THREATEN STRIKE London, Aug. meeting at various placet in the south Wales coal fields yesterday adopted resolu- tions expressing dissatisfaction at the delay in completing a new wage agreement, and recommending that unless a settlement is reached soon .mother conference 'be held to con- sider the renewal of .the afike. Is Recovering I.lttle June Breckenridge, who was injured by Dr. Galbraith's motor car on Saturday night, is; according io Dr. Campbell, who is attending her, progressing Very nicely She suffered concussion of the brain, and is doing as well as could be egpftct- cd. PIC NIC Sandwiches Are Always Enjoyed When Made From QUAKER BREAD Uniformly Good, Light, Crisp, Flaky ivyirvDU THE BAKER LllLJYlUKll Phonei 378-1027 Practice Economy Patronize the City Second Hand Store For Your Needs in Furniture, .A dollar saved is a dollar en rived; A store full of High Grade Furniture. City Second Hand Stbre .406 Fifth Street.South, SPECIAL AT THE EMPRESS TCMORRpW Secretary of Frivolous Affairs" Acts Featuring May Allison and Harold Lockwood work on the roads leading into town, which -will give Lpmohd a chance to boom this fall, o H. J. Uufly has sold liis office to ---------l Mr. and gone back to fariri. A good example of the "hack Ito the farm" movement, which tho farm papers advocate. In the Lyons res tan rants, .which dot tho whole city of London, havoc has been caused hy-the Canadian onrush, and some of these 'places, aro running short-handed now as a result. Hail Does Damage at.ptncher Creek Dont AO Rome without Positive Relief from the suffering cau.ed by dii- pnmlitfonfl 01 -the. Piricher Creek, Alta.; Ailg: Fanners in the tiummerview VaV.ey were rather heavily hit by hall on Thursday last, in a'stornl which sot- tied down over the-district. Griddle Bros.', Jackson's, McLaughlln's 'and Weddle'8 all more.or less damaged, some to large extent. Hail remained on the .roadsides for some hours alter the from the suffering ordered conclitioiu o: j of digestion from indigestion and always secured by certain and' gentle the wtion >o Beechamfs ;