Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
TRIUMPH AND CHAMPION PEACHES Extra special per case CRERTON GROWN RIPE fin- est in B. C. .An extra lot to arrive tomorrow, Thursday morning. Special per 4 basket crate C. and local grown, large size; price each wM AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor A Great Snap on British Columbia Yellow and White Peaches and Red Plums once If you FREESTONE PEACHES- Per cate C I ABUNDANCE RED PRESERVING n PLUMS; extra special per case SWEET this season 3' pounds for BARTLETT lug ft' boxes; per box 6c 5S 10 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 BAKING DAY STEADIES RECRUIT HERE THURSDAY liecruitins to the saps ia the i.lth'C.M.H. at Calgary, i lake place in Lethbrldge tomorrow at she l.ethbridge I Hotel. Lieut. Beddome will be in charge and will accept up-. j j.'iicants all day. V i Amateur Photographers! WEATHER IF YOU WANT THE VERY BEST RESULTS FROr.l YOUR FILMS, AND HIGH PRINTS, BRING THEM TO 1 WEDHEoDAY'S GRAIN PRICES jlcrtirine Hat. Hear Man., Aug. gastatooai ,iear Winnipeg, 1 and closing prices on the grain LetlibridRe, clear i Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, clear Macieod, clrar BB 7S R-l 116 Open 931 A. Eviyn You can be absolutely our Milk is is pas- teurized and always careftilly handled. Let us deliver you a bottle tomorrow morning. Tlte Crystal flairy Co 13TH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1576. changes today were Oct.............. Dec........j May Oats- j Oct. aS Sept........................- Oct. A WtX.MFEli CASH PRICES Wheat-N'ew Crop- No. I -N'or................... 1 No. 2 Nor.................. vo 1C. ff. T......... !So. 2 C. T........... No. 3-C..W. J. Extra No. i ;resd Xo. 3 No. 4 Feed Port Arthur, fair Moos; Jaw. clear tlcse Kfjina, dear Koremosl, clear h-j 93J Winnipee, cloudy '3: 30J' The weather over the prairie prov-; inces has jnostly clear and cool, i with frosts in some places. FOHI-X'-XST and "I 'cool today anil on Ttersdav light, local frosts It'liieM. Saskatchewan and Fine. coinptjratively cool.'. CITY ANP DISTRICT 471 Local Boys May Go Soon Lethbridee nien who are members ll" of the Medicine Hat company of the .n 163rd Infantry, in training at Calgary, iii I will likely make as the second draft men from the camp there. They 471 are expected to leave in about a month's time. There are .twenty-four Lethbridge men witli this company. FOR SCHOOL OPENING ON AUGUST 30TH Pupils will do well to get their Scribblers, Exercise Books Pencils, Erasers, etc., this week as tile first few days of school opening always means a big rush. Our line of Xew Scribblers with Patriotic Covers is very attractive 'and exceptionally sjood value. SEE- THEM NOW. The Red Drag Book Co., Limited i 8. of T. LUNCHEON Tbe regular luncheon of tbe Board of Trade council will be held tomorrow noon at the Letllbridge. Important mat- ters are to be discussed. DESTROYED DURING ABSENCE OF OWNERS NEARBY BUILD- INGS LOMOND NEWS No. 1 N. W. C. So. 2 c. CHICAGO WHEAT Sept..........................- Dec.......... 97 i May 1-01 WHEAT Sent. Dec............................ 93S May 98J 1.013 Geo. M. Cote Dead The death occurred in the city yes- .lerday of George -Manuel Cote, assd ooi IS years, son of Andrew Cote of To- ij-I I fic'.d. Alia. The young man had been ailing for some time. Mrs. Shaw of this 'city is the only relative of the deceased residing here. The.funeral was held, this afternoon at 2.30 from Fetterly's undertaking parlors, Rev. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A Si'ECIALTY. WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN 4 .SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, 5th Sf. S 'Spring wheat i Oats ....I Flax iiarley BUYING PRJCE FOR Xo 1 tiinothv, baled, ton Xo.'l baled, ton j No. 1 Bluejoint BUYING" PRICES .78 -4l 1-18 -JO HAY 10.50 10.50 9.50 Canon McMillan .officiating. Death of Yc-una Lady Edith, the lO-Tear-c.'fd -daughter of Mrs. Milner, Thirteenth street North, passed away at her residence j yesterday afternoon, after a lingering I illness. The deceaced had recently i come from England with her parents, and had not been well since arriving I The funeral service wi'.-i be tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Communications to D.O.C. Col. of Calvary, com- manding Militarv District has written to the Herald, N'o. U, stating Wanted for 13th Overseas .Mounted Rifles Lieut. J. B. Beddome RECRUITING OFFICER, BE'AT THE letttrUp Hotel ON Thursday, AuguBt 26 ONE DAY ONLY: and Tuts- day, August 23 and 24. PINCHER CREEK Wednes- day, August 25. Aug. 27. QLARgSHOLM _ Saturday, August 28. Lettuce, ioc. tb'ZOc. Lunches. Onions, greec, -15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Hadisbes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- SB. Green peas, per Ib., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, ncr doz. bunches, 20c. rmu uu VEGETABLES communications from recruiting or patriotic leagues, ihould te fot- to him. "and not to militia headquarters direct. Communications sent frum this district to militia au- thorities at Ottawa are referred back to him and thus.much time is lost. The Moose Meets Litbbridge Moose Lodge No. New turnlpa, per doz. nuuches, 20c. mtt last aj, which a num- Now potatoes per ton, S15.00. Cauliflower. ROc. dozen. Cabbags, Sl.OO per cwt. Corn on to 35c. doz. .each. i Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to BSc.i Fat cows, 5J to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. No More Sas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach I No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation! If you have sour stomach, constipa- .tion or gas on tbe stomach try JUST ONE DOSE of simple buckthorn bark, Lomond. Alia., Aug. will be in fui'i swing next week. I The town was full of excitement j Thursday morning, when Abe Park- ier's store burned to the ground. Mr. i Pa'i-ker went over to Kiunondale at i four.in the morning, and left a fire i burning, and' this, he thinks, caused the calamity., as there was a bole in ithe floor and the cefiing of the upper [storey when it was seeu first, and it I is thought that the galvanized iron j pipe burned out. A dray-wagon load of merchandise was saved, and also the counter and scales. The building and the stock were insured. The two stores beside the burning store, with- only 25 feet between them, were luckily saved by wet blankets and water-soaking. Lomond wi'ii be cut .off from com-1 munication with the telephone line, as the teler.h'OTie exchange was in- stalled in the above fated building. Messrs. '.Marshall Wilson are building a'large, store on the corner of the business .block. Their other liuildlng will be occupied by the Misses Tuggy, who are going to operate the restaurant business op a larger scale. Mr. Frontfelter is building a butch- er shop.; The business men here are talking about placing cisterns here and there, and filling 'them with water, so they will be better prepared for the next BHUTTO glycerine, etc., as mixed in the remedy which'is becoming known as the MOST POWERFUL, bowel cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose shows re- suits and a short treatment with I _jay Rickett has bought a pool-room Adler-i-lca will surprise you. in Bow City, and will move it here in This remedy drains such astonish- future. Winnipeg, Man., Aun. report of the Royal Commission, commonly known as the Mathers Commission, which has been in- quiring into the'charges of cor- ruption in connection with the contracts for' the new parliaent buildings of the province of Man- itoba, was published today. With its various appendices and reports of it is a volum- inous document of over words. The three members of the Com- 'mission, Chief Justice Mathers, Mr. Justice McDonald and Sir Hugh John Macdonald, "Winnipeg city police magistrate, are unani- mous in 'their findings, which, in effect, are: That the charge are That there were enormous over- payments, to the contractors! Thomas Kelly. -'JOBS; That these, in part at least, were .designed to provide cam- paign Lfunds for- the late'Roblin government, and That some members of that government were cognizant of what was going on. The -Commissioners content them- selves with.rehearsing evidence and establishing to their own satisfaction ing amounts of old matter from the %stem that A SINGLE DOSExelieves constipation Hour, stomach and gas on the stomach almost .INSTANTLY. J. D. Higinbotham Company, Limited Mr Webster of Bassano is about to the logical argument, covering tne ev- ect' a buildin- in which he will con-1 ents of the past lour years, over since duct srocerv and a hardware b.usi- the competition for the buKdings was won by F. W. Siniqn, English archi- tect. "From all facts say the Commissioners, 'two clraw. tfhat- appears to us an irresistible 'in-" fer3nce.''that Avhen .Thomas Kelly went to tile! Parliament 'buildings on J.uly he 'hid a tender for and for with Bob Plunkett was used a bit rough- iber of candidates ware. jriven the full 'trip through tte 'Forest' by the de-1 DEC! j -re'e team. After the ceremony was Washington, D C Aug DECLARE NEUTRALITY concluded the was -clcssd. A j aent will issue, late todai or general social inretiriK was held. M't-. tomorrow, a proclaniruon gmng no Isical numbers w-ere given, and a car-! licp of the neutrality of the United pet bail game'.fayca. The evonins Siates to the ItaH an I was clored by the serving o refresh- Turkey. killing ewes, 5Jc. Select hogs, 150 to 250 Its., 6fc. Live 18c. per Ib.- No.. 1ol2c. DHsaed 12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs ,17c. pel No. 1 farmers' butter 20c. Resall Orderlies are a safe laxa- tive even for most 'delicate, wo- man or child. Sold only by J. D. Hig- intoolhsm Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, IOC, 350 and 50c vertisement. t I IN OCTOBER .Vancouver. B.C., Aug. Parties who are in the confi- dence of the provincial govern- j ment stated today that the pro- bability is that the 'election in i British Columbia .-.would be held October, 6. Official firmation cannot be obtained. j Thc'Slayor of Raymond and other prominent" citizens will officiary wel- come the citizens of Letllbridge at the carnival next Tuesday, on- the arm al of the first excursion train from the city. A band will be at the station, and the .Mayor of Raymond ill make a short speech of welcome. It is expected that Letllbridge citi- ?ens wKl attend the carnival in large numbers. There will be a half-holi- daj Tuesday afternoon. Special trains have been arranged for tnat dav, the first leaving here at 1.15 am. the second at 2.20. The first train ____________________ will return from Raymond, leavins at 0 p.m., and second ill a.m FRUIT BULLETIN The famous Yellow St. John Peach, Niagara Disti ict Orown now at its be followed by other first-class varieties. Many varte ties Plums ready for canning: Housekeepers order Peaches and Plums now. Kvery grocer handles them. with Sir Rodmond liohlin, wbo show to him the Lva.l tender, or conveyed Raymond Carnival required marked pans, that Kell> cheque to accom then made out jiew tender tor 52 8i9 700, re-deposited their cheque for S1CO.OOO, and procnr ____. _ d another for 187 and bind alone v as 50 ed in the new tender and cheque on Jifi.v 3. The Commissioners find that ths Kelly firm "had been informed be- 'ore their tender was nut in of the intention to substitute caissons for and that this, information was not communicated to others.' Know- ing this, they inserted in their len- der a very inadequate amount for piles, with the knowledge that they would not be called upon to drive piles, and that for the 'caissons to be submitted they would have- no com- neritor. From the alleged total cost of the caissons only was deducted from the piling included in the origin- al contract price. The real cosl, say the commissioners, should nave been deducted, and' "in this way alone the. contractors obtained an illegitimate profit of H is found by the commissioner giat no security whatever was exact- ed from the contractors for the ful- filment of the contract. Changes, made in-the plans are re- viewed at some length. The contract- ors -began work on the excavation on July 19 and 20, 1913, 'and at once ex- tras began to appear. The amount of total extra contracts, exclusive, of tho contract for steel for (he dome at and- afterwards destroyed, was on' wjilch has been paid .To this is added 510500 for engineers' fees made ne- cessary by the changes, a' there ia deducted allowed in the orig- inal plans for foundations, making 'a, net for extras. For all extra items, with the excep- tion of :one for ?2329.and another for evidence, it is said, "re- vealed grave irregularities." A total of was charged for lumber for caissons, and for Iron rings and bolls. :The Commls- bioners believed that "only the mer est fraction of the quantity-of-either paid for, w as used They find that the amount which tlie governmeit should have paid con- tractors as an for caissons Instead of Jnl 987, and that excess- pavment on Item ORPHEUM BUILDER OF BRIDGES Is Your Ford Insured? 'We can iinure FORD CARS Fire (Including Explofion and at the followinrj rates: NEW FORD CARS.................... .1800-16.00 tor one.year 1 YEAR OLD FORD CARS for one year 2 YEAR OLD FORD CARS............. for one year .Care will be Insured while In any building or whilst on the road. Tor further particular! tee K. V. GIBBONS GO. PHONE 1U1. BALMORAL BLOCK CREDIT ISSUED "TO FRANCE New York. N.Y., Aug. Announcement nas rnadp to night, by firown Brothers ft Co. that arrangements for a French commer- _v ciai export credit have been comf''eted and the credit ii- sued. tf t, MARY FULLER AT THE ORPHEUM TODAY p.m., an Ihose' anxious to see the bareback ridinW and other interesting events sliquiil take the first train, _ us the sports commence shani at .2.30. Business College Opens F (i. GarbuU, oi Calgary, presi- dent of the Uarbf.M. and Success Busi- ness Colleges, WEE in town Saturday consulting with Mr. Fisher, principal of the GarbuU Business College here in regard to the fall op- ening, announcement of which found: elsewhere in this issue. MILK AND CREAM PURE under sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and Witchell, J428 Wh'A-ve N. iillCTION 8ALE Superior Quality Household furniture Tomorrow, Thursday, Aug. 26th AT 2 P.M SHARP AT 1236 5th AVENVE A SOUTH, BY WILSON, AUCTIONEER. Instructed by the owner, wno It leavins the city, I will Mil the following without reierve One piece Mahogany Parloi Suite, 1 solid Oak 1 Mahogany Wnatnot, 1 Hat Top Writing Deslt 1 Ladies' Seere; 2 Centre Tables, 1 lardlniere Stand, 1 set, of orits 1 sel of Bulver's, 1 set of Stevens' 1 .solid solid Oak Buffet, 1 Oak Extension Table, 1 of oax Dmerr 3 large Oak Rockers 3 C-arpets; 1 Massive Brass Bed, Coll and Ostermoor Mattress, 2 Iron Bods, brass Springs and 1 Lidies' Dressing AMrror willi chair to match, large Oak Dressers with beiel plate mirror, 2 ChHtonere. 1 six-drawer Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Kitchen Cab- inet 1 Kitchen Cupboard, Kitchen Table, 1 sii-hole Range with hot water connections. Linoleum, ments; Dishes; Curtains, etc. Blinds, lot of Fancy Orna- TERMS CASH.