Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a. Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest Prairie Flour is Taylor Made If It's Fruit or Groceries our Week-end Specials Will Interest You A GOOD SUPPLY OF APPLES. PEARS, PEACHES, APRICOTS, BLACKBERRIES, BLUEBERRIES, CANTELOUPES. GREEN CORN ON THE COB. R IPE TOMATOES, ETC. FRUIT SPECIALS APRICOTS. Now is the time to them. Per cnue Per basket 50c RED RASPBERRIES. If we get any two baskets for Per crate BLACKBERRIES. Per basket 15c APPLES. Duchess. Extra fine cookers. 4 Ibs 25c Per sandpit crate FEARS. Bnrtletts. per basket ...............55c PEACHES. For slicing, per basket 5Dc BLUEBERRIES, per Ib.................... 20c BLUEBERRIES. Per 10 pound box CANTELOUPES. Kach 15c and 2 for....... 35c GREEN CORN ON THE COB. All good solid ears. Per doxen......................... SOc RIPE TOMATOES, Per basket CUCUMBERS, 3 for....................... 25c GROCERY SPECIALS JAM: Rose brand. Apple and Strawberry ami Apple aud Raspberry. 4 Ib. puils........ 50c CRAB APPLE JELLY. Pure. 4 Ib. pails, each 60c DILL PICKLES. Gallon jars, each Gallon Pails, each....................S2.75 PRUNES. 10 Ib. boxes, tiO-70's, each .......51.15 RICE. Finest Slum, -Hi His. for............. 25c BEANS. California Small Bayos, 4 ..Ibs. for 25c PORK BEANS. Quaker brand. Size 1's. tins for............................... 15c GINGER SNAPS. Paulin-Chanibors make. L' Ibs. for 25c COCOA. Tctley's. Vi Ib. tins, each......... 10c HAMS. Gordon, Ironsides Fares' Pack. Large size, but good cjuality. Half or whole hams, per 25c ROLLED OATS. Robin Hood. Tubes, each 20e THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 lllanl's Forkdipt Chocolates THE MOST DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE ON THE MARKET, in bulk at 50c per pound. In boxes at 35c to each. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. CITY AND DISTRICTf j Announcement i An Ire cream social will be held on Mrs. AVanlman's lawn. 12th St. A. X., J tomorrow evening at S o'clock, by the Willing Workers' Club. THE MARKETS TO-DAY GRAIN AND LIVESTOCK i Winnipeg Cash Prices Nor... 141% No. 2 Oats: Xo. 1 C. Extra No 1 Feed Barley: Rejected and feed......... cent down for October and U .cent lower for December. Barley was 1 cent up. -Minneapolis wheat was 1U cents lower for September, 154 cents down for' De'cember and cents lower for May. In last few minutes the J prices broke sharply oil heavy.prorit- AO. taking by Mg firms. Market was light today till near the close when fair trade developed ou Late decline simply whim of crowd. All reports were bullish from south and provincial government was decidedly strong. .General pro- fit taking wa indulged in ill (lav by No. 2 C. W.182 WEDNESDAY LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary Steers 15.30 to ?6.S5; tsii- ers to cows' to ?5.75; hogs ?11.00 to 511.50; sheep to 59.00. Steers to 58.90; cows big houses. Reports from other side show that United Kingdom govern- ment is any anxiety over the situation and the exporters are i still out of the ma'riiet- -Demand for rash -vlieat and oit and! sood premium paid FUTURES j .Winnipeg, wheat: J3.70 to 53-50; hogs 5S.25 to J10.SO; sheep to LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices October Decefcrter -to Oat October i DeremDer Flas: Oi-tdber December, Maj Barley: October Minneapolis, whe September Chicago, wheat September Mav TRACK PRICES: Wheat.................... 129% 40 143 195 194 140T4 144U 14SH. 46 Jl'2 192 139V- 143 146VI 176V jOats Flax Wagon- Prices: Wheat Flax Oats Barley 5i LIVESTOCK BRICES Choice'steers, 6 to Fat cows, 5VS to G. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- ed. 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 10. Encampment Meeting Lethbridse Encampment No. 7. I. >0. O. F. will confer the royftl purple and goldeu rule degrees tonight at their regular meeting in the Oddfellow's hall. All members are asked to be present. Visiliug uiemilers cordially inviied. Ladies' Aid Picnic The Ladies Aid of St. Andrew's j church will hold annual picnic at: Stafford's bottom, ou Wednesday. Aug. j 23rd. "Tonveyauces will leave the! churcii at p.m. 'A cordial invita- tion is givy. to all members and friends. A Substantial Sum The honorary treasurers, .Mr. R. J. Ritchie Paterson and Mr. A. J. Black- burne of the Canadian Patriotic Fund and ths Red Cross Society, respective- ly, acknowledge receipt of for being proceeds from sale of programmes on the occasion of the second anniversary of the war. v RAILWAY CORPS Recruiting' started otf with a rush again. Every man that ias worked in anv capacity hi railroad construc- tion work should enlist in the 28dth Battalion now, and to those who wan: to get overseas in a real hurry can dc so by seeing Fred Downer at, the Victoria Mansions, who will send you direct to Valcartier, Quebec, the mobil- ization headquarters. MANY IN LETHBRIDGE TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE Many Lethbridge people are sur- prised at the QUICK action.of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed in Adier-i-ka. ;Tliis simple remedy acts-on BOTH upper "and lower bowel, removing such surpris- ing foul matter that OXE.SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY .CASE constipa- tion, sour stomach or gas. A few doses often relieve or prevent ap- pendicitis. A short treatment helps chronic stomach.-trouble. The IN- STANT, easy action of Adler-i-ka Ts D. Higinbotham Co., Just Arrived! The Xew Xo. 20. Folding: Autographic Brownie Camera Makes Pictures inches. This new size is bound to be one of the most popular of the Brownie family. Come in and let us show it to you. With R. R. ilense, Other Brownies from 51. to Kodaks from 57.00 to i'' Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Liniteii PHONE 555. At Vancouver Fair, 1915 Brood hakerl from OUK BEST .FLOUR AVO.II first prize in open com- pelitiprrwiUi broad baked fryin all brands. This prize was won by a twelve year old Only EXCEPTIONALLY good flour will produce results of this Itlnd. Ellison Milling Elevator Co Rexall Orderlies are a- safe and sure -laxative- .Soldi, and .guaran- teed by all Rexall Drug Stores, 15c aud 2 c 'J D Jjjgjobotbairo Limited, ANNOUNCEMENT St. Mary's W. A. are holding a lawn .'.social on Mrs. iiocltford's lawn on 17th August prizes for competition's, chickens and rabbits. Efterjbodj Tvelcorae _____ 2QD-2 Stupendous Quantity Munitions Now Turned Out By Britain London. Aiig, the -work'of the government munitions de- partment house of commons today Edwin Samuel Montague, min- Jsttrof munitions., after telling of the immense increase in output of .all kinds of munitions by his department Inforqied the house that all rifles and machine guns for the armies in the field were being sup- piled entirely from home sources. declared, as much howitzer ammuni- tion as was produced during the'whole of last-year, while there were being turned.out every month as many heavy guns as rt'ere in existence when the ministry of munitions was formed and this number would soon be near- ly doubled. The output of machine guns had in- creased, continued the minister, and .Of all sizes, fitted with RAPID RECTILINEAR-j LENSES, .AN- ASTIGMAT LENSES aria the AUTOGRAPHIC feature; always in stock. Prices from S7.00 to Buy your next supplies: from Our stock is .replenished every month and is the .moat complete in the west. Ask for the .1916 Kodak Cat- alogue. j. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Wholesale and retail "chamfcu TELEPHONE NO. 322 The prohibition of the sale of in- toxicating liquors has, wherever it has been attempted or effected, invariably resulted in most, ingenious devices on part of those who, in spite of thy law, determined to trade upon men's I weaknesses. Old-timers in the west! leu most amusing tales of the tricks adopted by smugglers and illicit ven- dors of liquor in the prohibition days of long ago. Ono frequently hears people say that the prosaic individual of the present day has no such ingen- uity as was possessed by the lawless element of days gone by. Tlile notion, however, is frequently upset. A case in the supreme court of Saskatchewan moat' decidedly shows that the guilo of one individual in Saskatoon, al- though-it did not succeed in its object, 'displayed n-remarkable originality.'It i further -convinces us of the continued jability of. Satan and his emissaries to ifpiotc'Scripture when their purposes [may he served thereby. The facts of the case, which cen- tres around violation of the Saskatch- ewan Liquor Act, arc concisely set forth in the decision of I-Iis Lordship Justice Brown, of the Supreme Court of Saskatchewan, from which tho fol- lowing-portion may be "It appear that a number of His Majesty's volunteers, stationed at Saskatoon, labored under great diffi- culty in finding a suitable place to drink His Majesty's beer and other liquors, being driven at times to the use of closets and other similar re- sorts for that purpose. One D. "W.. Hines, better known as "Farmer apparently moved by a sense of patriotic duty, cpnceived the idea of opening up a soldiers' 'rest-room'; this place 'was known as 'The iiome of JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD WE HAVE PEOPLE FROM EDMONTON AND CALGARY TELL US THAT QUAKER BREAD IS BETTER THAN IS' BAKED IN EITHER OF THESE TWO CITIES. THE GOOD WILL TOWARD QUAKER BREAD IS ONE OF THE MOST GRATIFY- ING THINGS IN OUR BUSIN- ESS. Farmer At this 'home' all sol- of beer 'was always kept on hand, and .any soldier who was so disposed .could partake of the contents "to his capac- jity: iu event- of bis becoming in- th The quality of the guns and mun- weeks itions, lie said, was equal to the quan-. tity, the .artillery having during the recent fighting acquitted itself to the entire satisfaction of the British finny and having-received the praise of the of-munitions. j there could he turned out in four j many as existed at the for- j mation of the ministry. The output of high explosives was Kivty times as great as a year ago, hut tne amount required was eleven thousand to twelve thousand as great as at the beginning of the war. The They All Like It and gnls iiko to ihoii ifp cipiun here. Take a tip fioiu them. They know, IbEpireCoBfectioMry RM: iEATON, PROP. In our .new pirlor betide the Orphtum. Tli'ls statement, lie added, was par-1 output of heavy ammunition, however, ticularly true of the heavy guns and j be declared, now covered the expen- hawitzers. penditure. Sir. said that half of the engineering resources of the country were required fp'r the navy. Very shortly Great Britain, he said, would have'provided for her own re- quirements ami-be able to devote her- self exclusively to ttie wants of her Allies in regard to machine 'guns. Already, he said, she was sfinding large amounts of guns and am mun i- tion to hci allies was sending to Francr one third of her production of shell steel and1 transferring to her al- lies metals necessary for munitions to the amount.of monthly. The production of heavy shells, said the .minister, was now !i4 per cent greater than tn 1011 There was now behiK-prwluccd in four days, he FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Referring to German press reports j that the present offensive had made j irreparable inroads upon the Allies I stock of ammunition, Air. Montague J said it was true that, last month's ex- j fi pemlitjire of ammunition was more j'' Gco. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK. Office Furniture We find, we need the room so are clearing out Rptl Top, Flat and Standing Desks at reduced prices. Tilting and side chairt also reduced. OFFICE DIARIES FOR 1917" NOW ON HAND. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 113 5th STREET S. PHONE 1265 Regiria, Aug. the Haul- tain commission J. F. Bryant, consul for J E. Bradshaw, M.L.A., put In final estimates On the main building and plumbing contracts on the asy- rmiuor M P-- lura. building, to show no deductions diers received a hearty welcome, a keg had been made from either ..contract by. reason of omissions than .double the amount that would have been considered adequate eight months ago, and that in the week pre- j ceding the July offensive the amount j of ammunition consumed exceeded the ontire British production durlnf Hit; first 11 months of the uar It was needless .to fear, however, he declared, that the offensive would be brought to a prematilre conclusion by a shortage of ammunition long Ad the workers and employees contiqunl to play their part nobly doing, they Ver Grace Coal Mine 10 Miners Wanted D ROOMS AND VENTIL, ATION. STEADY WORK APPL'Y GRACE COAL MINE LETHBRIDGE icapacitatetl, he was- cared for in j room upstairs which might be called the 'rest room' proper. On the outside of the, building, and above the entrance door, was the following sign: 'The Home of Farmer Hines. Come in and get acquainted.' All soldiers were welcomed, a membership register .was kept, ainl it was expected that each member would pay an entrance fee' of ?t. This fee however, does not appear to itavc been compulsory. During the month of dlarch last, in the absence' of Mr. Hines, the accused was so "in charge, and the contents of some twen- ty kegs of beer obtained by accus- ed from the Government dispensary were consumed by those who visited j the so-called 'home.' On the window sili inside the building and in full view of all those who entered, an iron pot or kettle was kept; this pot was kept covered and locked. Prominently on the prtt was printed the following strik- ing uicsr.ge. the pot a boiling. Eyery'l man accordingly as ho p'urposeth in] his heart KO let him give, not grudg-1, iiigly or of necessity for God loveth R'J- cheerful giver. 2 Cor. So does.' Farmer HineH.1 "The visiting soldiers were expected to deposit money from time to time in the pot, but not compelled to do was "kept of this money, J nor. by whom deposited. The accused control of the key of the not and of the contents.' With this money he purchased the beer, and at times there was a danger of the soldiers out-drink- ing the equivalent of the contents of tiic pot the accused apparently- was obliged to draw on the funds} obtained' from the members' fees to meet the emergency." In spite of tho strenuous argument by ,the defendant's counsel the su- preme court of Saskatchewan held that the defendant had violated the Liquor, Act by keeping liquor for the purpose of sale, barter nnd exchange and Ids conviction was affirmed. '.or substitu- tion's, with the exception of the de- duction of for omission tem- perature control. J. M. de- puty minister of public works, again on the stand, was examined chiefly in regard the second addition to the asylum; which cost. On this work the Saskatchewan nuflding Construction Company, contractors of 'the main building, were first ordered to proceed with footings on the under- standing payment should be made on the schedule prices if tho company was not successful in getting the con- tract. Later the company was au- thorized to order .-material necessary to construct the building on the un- derstanding that the successful coil- tractors would take it over. 'Smith ac mitted no other contractors were ask- ed to' tender. LASHES OUT AT B1L1NGUAL1SM Toronto, Aug. Howard Ferguson, at the Norris meeting1 to night, lashed out at Bilingualism, say ing the situation had arisen from in fltience exercised by members of ec- clesiastical orders expelled from France. Hive you smoked lately? "Noblemen" Cigars GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. FrecjujMi't quotations All markets. You are invited to make free use of this for bids on your earlots of grain. private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg JBaird Union Bank Building, ARCH. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone ,1699. FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION V OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE' L.S.BKOWN MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY: PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PRINf- ING AT THE HarVest Men wishing in nar-' vest fields should-come to Leth- brtdge.between 15th and 25th of August. WE GUARANTEE' WORK AT GOOD WAGES t J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, M0RPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can auure you tho host price the market will ttand "and give you courteous tervice-and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILJING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER.