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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Ulterta lade THE MATERIAL-The Cream of Alberta Wheats THE DESIGN-To Please NECTARINES i lino when pri'sc'rvwl. Two yours "go we.sold 110 orates 111 hours and fruit that is had them shipment Just ill. Ill the-best of con- ffi r', to the crate each Orderimmediately if you want any. They will not last long as the supply Is limited. Bardett Pears for Preserving Those are- also lit their best and will not be on the market much longer. Prices are advanc- ing. You should get your reiinire- "7C ments now. 10 pound cases, each 4IU. I Large lug boxes, about (HI pounds gross weight, per box Freestone Peaches for Preserving are now at tlicir best. .Nothing liner can produced lliau what we are offering this week anil prices are nol likely to be any lower at least they arc sure not to bo lower for this quality of goods. Order now and set the best. CRUYFOUDS, KLBKKTAS. St-APPYS ff C Per 9 THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhone Wb !Hh ALWAYS THE SAME. QUART BRICKS 60c. GALLON 51.25. Delivered to your home. The Ci'VstaJ. Dairy PHONE 1575 MARKETS ORPHEUM BUILDER OF BRIDGES 57 6S 53 0-1 71 7S 711 SO 80 71 78 1.2 84 46 42 44 49 3D 5S 50 j 4S 53 48 40 'VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN SON Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St. S WEATHER I.ethbridgc. clear JS I Kdmonton, fh'ar i Saskatoon, iair i Ke.cin.-i. Hear........ I Portage, clear Kmnloops I Red Deer, clear Caigarv, iair Macleod, cloudy i .Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, fair j Moose Jaw, clear j Foremost, clear i Winnipeg, clear C.rand Forks The weather over the prairie prov-, inces has been mostly cloudy and i cool with irost in some places. FORKCAST to-, dav and on Wednesday and wanner. Saskatchewan and AUerta Fine and warin today and on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Sroker Here William Toff.e, head of the Calgary firm of brokers, Toole, Feet .t Co., is a visitor at the Alexandra. Autoist Fined J. R. Iteuter is the latest victim oi" the "mailed fist" of the city police de- partment. He paid three dollars and costs this morning for driving his car past a standing street car. Next! Austrians Interned Alec Luzak, Fred Kaliuchuk anil John Kosmuliac, the CoaiUurst Aus- trians, who were charged with sedi- TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES William Ition, and heard before Sunt. Penne- 2 Winnipeg, Aug. 24- Wil am T vgn yBSterday Barley- Sept........................... Oct............................. 140" 1 C 'wSxipEGCASH PRICES Crop- No.-1 N'cr................... No. 2 No. 1 C. W............... No. 2 C. W................. No 3 C. W..... Extra No. 1 Feed No.'. 1" Feed Crop- No. 3........................... No. 5 Feed So: I N- IV. C.......... No. 2 C. W.............. CHICAGO WHEAT Dec. 8" oilNNEAPOLIS .WHEAT- Sept. 96 ana served until this uiorning. Alec the east Luzak and Fred Kalinchuk have been fcu _____ KVicnmliar.- was 3SJ 37j fiO next mouth. Manitoba Has Touch of Frost 'i ____. Aug. 24.-LiSbt irosts were recorded last night in some I parts of central ilanitoba. but hard- i My severe enough To be damaging with crop so well advanced. Grain in stook is perfectly safe and of ;the dis- i j tricts affected not" much wheat re- I I mains to be cut and that will suffer more in grade than in shrinkage. Lowest .46 j were 2( t'emperatures in Manitoba j.'ai Pierson, 2.9 at Brandon, 41 f '28 at- ,1'ypress River- and.30 at Bois- sevain and Minn'edosa; In" Winnipeg it did not get nitnin two degrees oi 1.34J ireezing point. There was absolutely no frost recorded for Saskatchewan and Alberta and with rising tempera- tures it appears as .if damage period is past. the present 95J 948, 99 J LIVESTOCK .PRICES YESTERDAY steers cows1 J5.35 wethers S7.00. Chicagth-Hogs SIU5-S8.20 {6.00-SlO.lO._______ cattle LOCAL MARKETS PRICES .78 .41 1.13- ..........40 HAY 10.50 10.50 9.SO LOCAL GRAIN Spring Oats FlaX Jiarlcy BUYING PRICE FOR No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 1 alfalfa, baled, ton No. 1 Biueioint BUYING PRICES.' FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce. J.5c. to 20c. a doz. luacbes.- Onions, green.'15c. to !0c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, loc. to 20c. a doz. bunch- is. Green peas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 2010 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, .20c. New per ton, Jlo.OO. Cauliflower, fiOc. dozen. Cabbage, per cwt. Corn on to 2oc. doz. each. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to, 6Ic. Fat cows, 54 to-fie killing wetbers, 6c. killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, 150 to.250 fbs., lie. per ft No I lowl, 10 to 12c Dressed 12 to He Kresh gathered 17e per doz. Mo. 1 farmers' dairy bJtUr 30c {Railway Official Praises Lethbridge F. A. Fish, assistant superintendent of the Southern Pacific Railway, and lis 'wife, were at tbe Alexan- dra Hotel last night. They are on a our through Canada, and are en route o-Banff at present. 31r. Fish is a strong "booster" for everything Can adian. Speaking about .the Panams exposition at San Francisco, he de- clared that the Canadian exhibit far outdid everything else in the entire exposition. People were always told to see the Canadian exhibition, if they missed everything-else. It is one of the best advertisements Canada ever had he states. Mr. Fish was delight- ed with Uethbridge, and particulars- with Gall Gardens and the boulevards. He averred that he had not seen such magnificent asters in California, as he-had seen in Qalt Gardens. He paid a fine tribute to Parks Superintendent Mitchell. C.N.R. OFFICIAL TRANSFERRED Calgary. Alta., Aug. L. Boomer superintendent of .the Canad- ian Northern here, has been trans- ferred to Brandon interned, and John Kosmllliac paroled. Out on Bail A. L. Floret, former manager of the Orpheum Theatre, who has been awaiting trial iu the Mounted Police barracks on a charge of theft, preferr-, ed by Mr. Nelson, local manager of I the Alberta Loan Investment Co., I was yesterday morning granted bail j by Police Magistrate Elton. Floret i fave f 200 personal security, and Geo. I .If. Harrou and J. A- Smith each went flOO bond. Mrs. Floret has arrived from Fort George, B.C. AH Crops Are Good After completing a trip oi 250 miles through tbe country south and east of Lethbridge, H. A'. formerly of Grassy Lake, and now warden of the provincial gaol at Fort Saskatchewan, reached the city yesterday afternoon, and states that be did' not see a fie'.d of grain on the entire trip that he could haye called "otherwise ihan good. Most of the grain was sur- prisingly excellent. "Better crops than the farmers of those districts ever, had said Mr. Driggs. lie spoke particularly of- the crops south of Grassy Lake, and in the Foremost country. Rev. Mr. Murray's Departure Blairmore Enterprise: Rev. T. M. who has been pastor of the Institutional church at Coleman for upwards of five years, leaves this week for-a new- field in Eastern Can- ada OH Tuesday night he was ten- dered a fa'resvel.l.. 'he event taking place in the church. The party includ- ed friends from all over The Pass, who during the term of Mr. Hurray's! ministry have bec.ome very closely ated with.him in Ibis who watch with interest his career. Several addresses were delivered and Mr. Murray was. presented with two arge travelling bags and a manu- script "case, while a beautiful'silver tray with tea set was presented to Mrs. Murray. A Sister in Lethbridge Stratford Herald: William Moore, 217 Nile street, Stratford, passed away at ttie general hpsoita-. [here Wednesday. He had beeen ill for the past five weeks, and was re- moved to' the. hospital a'.week ago last Sunday. The Moore was The Great Unwashed Absolutely no excuse .for any one to belong to this "society" when yoii can get .such bargains as we offer-in ;P English I'ort Au Prince, Hayti. Aug. 24. The American government has dressed the government oi Hayti, ex- pressing its desire that there be ac-, cepted 'without delay the draft of1 a convention for 10 years under which there shall be established an effective control of Haytian customs as well as administration of the finances oi the country, under a receiver-general and American employees. Under the terms of the convention j both municipal and rural police are be natives, under command, how- ever, of'American officers. The. plan includes the arrangements of debts of i Hayti to foreigners and engagements: to cede no Haytien territory to any i! foreign power except United States.' The Haytien government is requested toi reply to this communication not later tlian noon I tlie Grown Perfumery Ym- o'lia Companies. REGULAR 50c .VALUES 25c a. Box The Store FALL OPENING Garbutt Business College, Lethbridgc DAY September 7. NIGHT September 9. NEW PREMISES Tiic upper floor ot The Biiildiug (formerly News' Building) 411 Sth Street South, lust opposite Knosc Church, has been newly fitted up, giving us bright, airy rooms in a good, central locality. The College Office will he open every business day from now till School opening from 10 to 12 a.m. and 3 to 5.30 p.m. Call or write t'or information. A. M. No Dissent to Consolidation Home Guard Shows Fine Effect Drill Although the home guard -has not yet been called upon to prove its One evidence that the -consolidated: value in the defence oi the homes school movement has gained favor in i of Lethbridgc, it is proving its value this vicinity and that tiie people be-jin another direction, ll the men who lievc it to be a better system of edu- form the home guard had been called i cation is shown in the' recent vote! upon a mouth ago to go through the at Coaldale. In the four districts to, march which they were required to be consolidated not one vote of dis-1 last night, it-is more than liKeh that Uent was registered, and the move-, some would have dropped out by the __i Tim Qplinrit wav The drill, short as it is, twice a week, is having a considerable phy- sical effect on the men. The march last night while not long, was over i rough, dusty ground and was particu- larly hard "on the feet, yet not a complaint was heard in the course of march and the men dismissed at Cen- tral school apparently as fresh as thev mustered over in North Lcth- CITY AND DISTRICT New Building at Mag rath The Raymond Leader understands that the Royal Bank of Canada will shortly commence the erection of a fine office building at JIagrath. ment carried unanimously. The school will be started as soon as possible. Part of Stolen Jewels are Found By a strange chance part of the j bridge. boo'tv of the Downer robbery _. 1 een'recovered and is now in the pos- j 7.30 the rolt session oi the owner, Miss Gladys Commander Skelton Downer. On Saturday afternoon tile has! Gathering at the I.ll.C. building at called and then drilled' the en- tire company giving them battaHpn drill. The "tlf111 was on the whole lair- 'chain, '-vas ly satisfactory, the> con- iouml by the little dirffghter dition oi the. ground. No__ Mundcrs Dfiggists, everywhere, sell and .guarantee Rexall Orderlies as a gate arid '-gentle laxative...-J.-D. HiS; In-botham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 26c and pOc tisement. MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions train healtny cows Phone R-312, Xorthi Lett bridge Dairy Turner and wllcnell AveVN. a born in Rockwood, Ont., and was firty-lourth year: For 35 years of bis well-filled '.ite'he had resided In Stratford, and for 30 years, of that time he had been manager ff the Stratford station branch of the Can- adian Railwry News Co. Mr. Moore was for a number, of years promin- ently connected with .thee Central -Methodist church, and the Independ- ent Order of Oddfellows, as as being an enthusiastic member of the Board of Trade, and of the curling and bowling clubs. His widow .and one son, Charles, at home, survive; Bank Boys Enlist T Dunn, B. H. .Hunter, and A. C. member of- tbe Canadian Bank of Commerce staff here tor sometime, have enlisted in the 13th CMR and will leave, to join, their .-egiment some time at the beginning of next month. RECRUITS Wanted for 13th Overseas Mounted Rifles Lieut. -T. B. Bcddonie RECRUITING WILL BE AT THE Lethbridge Hotel Dill beside the- Becker and Yati-s lum- ber yard on 3rd avenue and 17th St. south The lind was reported to the police and the property was identi- fied by Miss Downer; :who states that this is the most valuable oi the jew- elry stolen. werejiuade'' by eight o'clock bands, which Valuable Dog Poisoned E. S. Pu'iley lias lost a valuable set- ter by poisoning. The poison was placed through'a small hole in the rear of ibe stable where tbe dog was sleeping. Many Strays The- police department is doing a rushing business with stray horses, and cattle In the last two weeks. Since last Monday, there have been 2r horses and 12 cows impounded. As it costs Sl.OO to release a horse or cow, this means that abo.ut ?40 lias been paid by the owners of strays in 'one week. The owners are in nearly every case fanners living a few miles from the city. They claim that it ,is the mosquitos and flies which have- caused the stock to wander toward the city for relief. Raymond Track Ready u) That (he-Raymond race track eight o'clock the.Winers and lultics k f conduion r0'r the big. IT-OI-C in .iltemianre. i also two brothers and tw sistera. Charles, Toronto; .Albert, Guelpb, .Maude and Mrs.. (Rev.r.E. Murrell- Wright, both ot ON Thursday. August 26 'ONE DAY ONLY. and Tuen-' day, 23 and 24. -PINCKER CREEK day, August 25. Auj. 87. CLARE3HOLM Saturday, Augult 28. former up in and led the guard oil across the prairie in the direction of 13th: street, at the, corner of 8th Ave. the route led along The had lost some mon- Central school, .where the guard was dismissed. Thwe doubt that the excellent music dispensed by the Min- ers' and Kilties' Bands had a great deal to do with, the splendid manner, in .which the: men.bore the march: Both bands' did themselves proud. cy in the vicinity oi the place where liie jewels were found, and in her I diligent search for the money she came across the jewels, which were hidden alongside a telephone pole. The find was immediately reported to the 'police, who, however, have been unable to obtain any trace oi the robbers. fair which opens next week, is tho statement of 0. P. Ursenbach, secre- tary-manager of the fair, who was ill town this morning. .Mr. Drsenbach staiea-that he has had two eight-horse teams on the track for ten ami that it is in magnificent shape. He states that the Lethbridge motorcycle speed-fiends win find a track to race on next .Tuesday. The carnival opens August 31; on which day there will be a .half-holiday In Lethbridge. Prof: Stephen Talks of South Crops Such a splendid stand oi grain has never before been seen in this coun-, try, according to Prof. W. J. Stcph-. principal of Claresholin Agricul-1 tural college, who was in the city ycsfcTday afternoon for a brief visit on his way back from Picture. Butte! country, north of the city, where he to inspect registered seed. .The uniform excellence of the crops were emphasized by Principal Stephen, Vho believes that all the grain he will yield heavily. "Applications arc continuing to come in ior tuition during the coming term I at bur agricultural said the "and I am confident will be filled to capacity this winter. We have accommodation for 150 stud- ents, with the new building that is being erected. We expect to get a good many students from the Letll- 'bridge- district and adjacent 'dis- tricts." OKPHEUM THURSDAY Country Store ttRGt ROGTIOH SMI Buperior Quality Household furniture THURSDAY, AUGUST 26th AT 2 P M SHARP, AT W AVENVE A w I ssll the ln.tructed by th.. following without Springs and Ostermoor Mattress; 2 Iron Beds, .brass mounted, Springs and Mittresseb I I adles' Dressing Mirror with malcH 1 laige Oak with hovel plate mirror; 3 CHHfoners, r Drop Hend Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Kitchen Cah net 1 Kitchen Cuphoard Kitchen Table; 1; six hole Range with hot I Inoleum; Blinds; lot Fancy Orna ments; Dishes; Curtains, etc. TERMS CASH. ;