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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOS DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor) Best hoteliimili THE-SWEETEST FLOUR YOU IS Apricots, Blueberries, Red Currants and Gooseberries Four linci wo esri'cf to have In abundanco this weak. Apricots' nro nt thoir best and tliere is no ton-" wlii-ii thi'y will w otr tlii- market entirely. M least Hint has been our experience other years, ru'iob'-ifies have.'been vomlns In for ten days or morn anil this week will pretly nearly riulsh'tho good ones Hi-d Currants: we arc" liavinic a quantity scut in on consignment from Stirling and these arc !o sold very Gooseberries we are having slilpiieil In from Cmnorooli, t1.. Tlieso are mut'ii li'.tcr limn tlit'otlit-rs from H. C. mid we arc very fortunate insetting them. NOW 15 THE TIME TO ORDER THE ABOVE LINES. quantity just in at a special price.. ff 't SK IVr i-rute, I Imsllcts w CUKHAXTS, AI.UEHTA GROWX to JJC- arrive; extra special -Mb basket each faVV KK.NOH.V. shipments by express expected" nil this week. Price per ease................. Cranbroolt, B. C., sup- poseLl to be extra fine; lowest market price on arrival. B. C. 20 pound sack, whcr. ordered with a case Office; Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 42 -IS 527 3th Strict South. CARLYLE .ICE CREAM IS GOOD FOR CHILDREN THE. BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on, ths day cf publication f Regular meeting of Court Star of Letbbridge .in. l.O.O.F. hall at S p.m. sharp tonight. Lethbridge. clear" Kdmoiitou, clear vViiuiry, clear...... Mrtlicins 11 At. riear Macleod. clear...... Red Deer, clear...... Foremost, clear..... Prince Albert, clear Saskatoon, fair..... Swift Current, fair I Hegina, clear...... i Moose Jaw, clear.. j Winnipeg, clear..... Port Arthur, cloudy I Kam'Ioops......... The weather over the prairie vinces has been mostly clear warm. Forecast comparatively cool today and Tuesday. Saskatchewan and ally fair, with moderate temperature today and Tuesday. CITY CF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE The suggestion to celebrate the 4tli of AUGUST, came loo laic to make the necessary preparation. We are enjoined on all hands and by those in authority f.c exercise the greatest economy as that" '.vi'r -be 5 large factor in winning the In view of the above there is not likely, 10 be any public function and the Mayor urges every private citizen -and the business men to Ely ibe Union Jack as much a's possible on the -iiii of -August, commemorating the day the -British Empire entered the way, W: D. L. HARDIE, pro- and BORN 41 !i H4U PARIS OR BERLIN? Sail Francisco, July end exeemive committee of the International Congress of Build- Ing and Loan Associations re- elected at' the. convention .yes- 1 terday, and ilie. executive committee >vas empowered "to choose Paris or Berlin, fn its own discretion, for the pest convention "ciiy. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRiCES Winnipeg, Aug. opening and closing prices on the grain exchange today 103ii IQrtTi Dec. 105'i Oct............. 41 Oct............. Oct............. 142V4 Winnipeg Caah Prices [No. 1 Northern j No; 2 Norlhcra No. i> Nonhern.............. No. 4 No. 5 Oats- No. 1C. W.................. No. 3 C. W.................. No. 1 Feed................. No. 2 Feed................... No. 1 N. W. C............... No. '2 C. W. Chicago Wheat 105% 10? Minneapolis Wheat" Sept. Dec, J......: Mr. and Drury Bak- er, 13iO 7th Avenue South, Satur- day a.m., daughter. CITY AND DISTRICT Banker Transferred R. Vogwili of the Union Bank. Bow Island, has been transferred to Medi- cine Hai, his place there lieing tak- en by G. 5. Hasseft of Vancouver. Home Gusrd Drill i The home guard wil1 at [ibarracks drill ground tonight at 7.30. j All the members are requested to I bring their rifles. .Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20. YEARS TO PAY If you .wish. The :ami will support you and pay .An immense area of.tne jnost. fertile laudl in. "West- ern 'CaWda for, sale at low prices, and easy terms, ranging from to ?30 for'1'anr. lands .with ample irrigated lands from 'One-twentieth down, balance .within 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also in.twenty est only 6 per cent. Here is your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- -isio by getting adjoining land, or sc- cure your friends as neighbors. For "-literature and particulars :apply to F. T, CAMERON. Gen'l 3upt. of. Lands Dept. cf Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMAfOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Lethfaridge Vulcanizing produce .'drk. in auto tire repairing of all, kinds and guarantee (heir work. Chaplin Son, old Sport- ing Goods Star.d, on 5ih.St. South, rear McXabb's Saddlery. Storage jatteries recharged and repaired. 50 49 341 13S LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price of wh'eat Wheat'......-...... 93 Oats.................. -SO Flax 1.05 Barley 46 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No.'l Hmothy, iiaie.d.ton 12.00 No. 2 tori lO.ou "ton......11.00 Nd. 2-'prairie, haled, ton...... BUYING PRICES FOR- VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, to "Oc. a doz. burictiesl "-Radishes, lac. to'20c. a doz. buncli- 6S-. Green peas, per Hi., 3 cents. Head' lettuce, per doz., 20to New bunches, 20c. New- beets, bunches, 20c.- per doz. bunches, '20c. New potatoes, per ton. Giuilifioiver, 75c. dozen. Cabage, per cwt. --Livestock snd Poultry Choice steers, fi to GXc. Fat cows, 5.'. 'to lie. killing wethers, 6c. killing Select hogs, JaO to Jbs., 7c. Live 18c. per !b.'; No. 1 fowl, 10 to J2c." Dressed 12 tp 14c. Fresh gathered eggs Me. per doz. Ko. 1 "farmers' dairy butter 20c. City Stores Department It has been decided by the city com- missioners that stores de- partment after Sept. 1st will be con- ducted from Commissioner Grace's office, and that no employees will be kept at the stores building. Tax Discounts The 12 per cent, discount allowed on taxes expired on Saturday, and ths li per'cent, discount is now in. until August istii. A fairly large amount of taxes !has been paid in "uoce July 1st, and it is expected that considerable more will be re- ceived within the next two wee'is. Placinn Harvest Help .1. Harris Co., the .well-known employment agents, have an adver- tisement for harvest help in anoth- er column. Now is the time for. men prepared in go upon the farms to en- gage in -the harvesting of the crop to line un, so that they wtfi secure employment. The plan ihe J. Har- ris Co. announce Tor placing men, should bring a ready response. v Tlic Best Yet For Tan and Sunburn Nyal's Face v Cream And Face Cream Soap Will remore the soreness from sunburn in a few minutes. For removing Ian there is nothing better. PRICE 25c PACKAGE Sold only at Nyal Stores. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited 1 EAT ALL I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! No More Gas on th'e Stomach or Sour Stomachl No'Mpre Feeling After Meals If you have spur stomach, constipa- tion or gas on the' stomach try JUST ONE DOSE of simple buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., as-mixed in Adler-i-ka, the remedy which .is bijeoming known as the MOST ..'POWERFUL bowel The VERY FIRST dose shows re- sults and a short treatment with Aiiier-i-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains such astonish- ing amounts of old matter from the ijsfemtlmt A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas on the stomach almost INSTANTLY. J: D. Higinbotham Company, Limited VISIT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW PATRONS' .PAY DAY AT. .THE.'EMPRESS WAGE INCREASES South' Bethlehem, Pa., July nouncemcnt was made at the Bethle- hem Steel works today by E. G. Grace, president, ;that a general in- creaVe for all the'employees in cvery denirimcnl lias been agreed upon, and that it will go into effect to- morrow, August I, At present there are about men on the payroll of -the company. .11 is said. Whi'.e the of tite increase was not announced, it is believed .it will a'-1- i erage about 10 per cent. 1 Men of Sedentary Habits find Rexali I Orderlies the ideal ac- tion being-gentle and natural. Sold only bv J D Higmhotham Co., Rejall Store, lOc, 25c and Funeral .of Miner The funeral of the late Thomas Corde'oon, who succumbed to injuries received in an accident in ihe Coal- hurst mine, on Jilly 20, was held yes- terdav afternoon from St. Augustin's Church, the Hev. Canon Murrell- Wright officiating. Interment was in the piiMic cemetery. A large number of the deceased man's friends from CoalKurst attended the funeral. Small Fire A small fire occurred at 3.20 this afternoon in a room in the Bryan block occupied by H. F. Judson, caus- ed by tho explosion of an oil stove. The damage was confined to the room ray the prompt efforts of the No. 1 fire department, which extinguished the fierce blaze with the chemical en- gine. The force of-the explosion was great enough to out all the glass in the suite. Back From England H. 11. Crags of Letbbridge returned home on Saturday front a trij) to the Old Country. Mr. Crags left, home in .January last along with W. B. -Mil- nnd family Dr. C. C. Cragg family. -The others have remain- led in England.- Dr. Cragg is a mem- iber of the A. M. ,C. and acting ai medical officer to the Portsmouth 'hat-1 tsry. Kis family has taken up resi deiice Mr. Cragg went over in the notation of two loan companies. Motoring to 'Frisco Messrs. William Xavin, of Moose Jaw, wiio were contractors I for tlin local ollicc building, arc in the city on their way through to j Vancouver by automobile. Thev ar- i rived yesterday with their wives and! families and will leave ogam .shortly I for the coast, from where will auto to the San Francisco.'exposi- i lion, a rounti 'trip from Moose -Jaw 1 i of over 8000 miles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Xavin are of Mr. and I Mrs. Fred Ksnnjv while .Mr. .and.Mrs. Navin are staying with Mrs. C. .J. Miller, Kilth street. HEAT KILLS '.THREE IN N.Y. 'New York, N.Y., July deaths ?.nd 21 prostrations resulted iiere today from a heat wave that sent the temperature to a maximum of 92 degrees. This was.the highest J.uly 31 record in New .York in 44 years. A high added to the suffering and discomfort of thousands. just now good a cook you are, unlesG you have OF OF 1 HUNS Lrondon. Aug. French investi- gating committee has submitted a further report on alleged violations of accepted rules of warfare by Ger- man'troons. The report says the Ger- mans killed French wounded, used French prisoners as a'shield against French fire, and otherwise treated their military and civilian" prisoners with inhumanity. IN AIIACKS Aug. night si inEantrj- encounters in the Artois j district, and fighting with hand j grenades near Souchez. according to j the French statements of today. No-1 where were the Germans successful. In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- ..jiients for the Coming Week. Notices fOr This Column Should Reaeh this office not later than 10 -a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter, talnments for which Admission i> Charged will not, or course, be accept-, ed for this column. Anniversary Service at Hardieville Church SHELL IMPERILS AMERICANS Pont-a-Moiisson, France, July A German shell fell into the mess room of the field hosnita'i of the Am- erican ambulance of Paris, while the staff was at dinner today. Rev. A. H. Denoou preached the anniversary service in Hardieville church last evening. The church celebrated.its second anniversary yes- terday. The work was begun In Hardieville by George McLean, and later taken up1 by Rev. F.-C. Aitkin, who undertook the campaign for a church, and the church was erected durins the time he was there. Z. Marsh was a later missionary, and T. T. Faichney is the pregent minister in charge. Rev. Mr. Denoon took his text from Neamiah: "They had a mind to work." He spoke of the situation at Hnrdie- ville, and Ihe work that had been ac- complished in the past. Neamiah was called upon to build the walls of Jer- usalem, and when the work was com- pleted he gave the credit to the peo- ple. Good work is an encourage- ment for people to work, and our work was to build up character and Christian homes. There is also work to do in the state. Work in this great war, and each citizen had'his work to do. The work at Hardieville was- to build 'up good citizenship founded on the right principles. At Knox The ladies of Knox church had charge of the Keil Cross Sewing rooms this afternoon, and each Mon- day afternoon until further notice. The' collators of the Ladies' Aid will meet in the school rooms of the church on Thursday afternoon. Col- lector for systematic giving will call during the week. i Tht: regular mid-week prayer ser- vice has been for the month of August. Et. Andrew's Then- will be a mealing of tlie sen- ior Christian Kndeavor societv in the church on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock. A mebiing of the managers and elders will be. held the same evc-n- The Onward Bible class will meet on Wednesday evening :it S u'clock. The annual' Sunday school picnic will he held on Friday afternoon to Henderson park. All pupils of the school arc requested to meet at the chlirch at one o'clock. Supper will he served on the picnic grounds. Wesley regular mid-week prayer ser- vice will" be held as usual on Wed- nesday evening. First Baptist The mid-week prayer service will be held on Wednesday 'evening at eight o'clock. The junior-Young. People's society will meet on Friday evening at seven o'clock. The Y. P. U. and choir prac- tice will he held on the same evening at eight o'clock. Christi-in Christian Endeavor society meets tonight at eight o'clock in the church. The mid-'.veek prayer service will he eM on Wednesday evening at eight 'i' cek. The Ladies' A id society of the church -will meet with Mrs. Merchain 15th street north on Wednesday after- noon. On Wednesday, August 4th, service will be held in St. Augustin's church i of Great Britain's war. Holy communion service will be held at 7.30, and a public service at 10 o'clock. All the public are invited to -this service. There will be a meeting of the ves- try tonight at S.30 in the (Au- gtistin's hall. St. Mary's The men's society of the church will meet on Tuesday evening at S o'clock in the vestry. The ragnlar service-of intercession, will he held Wednesday at 8 o'clock. The St. .Mary's Girls' society will meet in the parish, hall on Friday evening at eight o'clock. Unjust Discrimination "Oli, soliloquizeti .'Johnny bitterly "there ain't any-favorites in this family. Oh, no If I hite my (inser nails I get a rap over :the knuckles, but, if the Uby eats liis whc'e fool tliey think it's cute." Ladies' Home Journal. HONORS FOR CANADIAN PREMIER Paris, Aug. 1. Sir Hohcrt L. Borclen, premier of Canada, who 13 in Paris, has been tie-. corated (wlth the Grand Cross of the Lesion of Honor. WHO IS THE MOST POPULAR LADY IN THE CITY PARTICULARS j Harvest Help Wanted in gangs of 5 lo 10 for Harvest Help for August. If you live outsids Lethoridge advise us hov. rtany men available and we wITl wire you when to come to the city, J. HARRIS COMPANY EMPLOYMENT LETHBRIDOE. PMONE 1412. P- BOX 531. Results in Grade Ten Examinations The following are the successful candidates In the grade ten depart- menta'i examinations: May 51. Ballantyne, Clara Gertrude Brewrink, Walker-Dunham, iMona G. Faril, Aaron Goodman, Karl Grant, Terence Home, Hannah Scott Main, Mildred M. Nimmons, MIHard J. Hob- ison, Jessie M. Robison, Devina Sang, Helena G. Simpson, Austin. Skekh, Isabel K. Smith, Louisa A. Smith, R. H. C. Straker, Bffie M. Wallace, Olive M. Williams, Leah Yo.ung, William, Maxwell, Kathleei: Mason. i t M, ,Special Intercessory Service -Vi. of oatrv 2! t'ja British Empire into the. !i Great War, wHl he commemorated at St. Cyprian's Church by ,a special service of prayer and intercession, starting at 8 o'clock The mem- bers of the choir are requested to bs n their ylaces on this occasion.- ftuoust 2nD TOURING CAR RUNABOUT S480 TOWN CAR.....J780 Full cqiiiplxMl except Spco.rioiiictcr F.O.15. Ford, Ontario. THE FORD GARAGE Virtue 1832 3rd AVE. S. PHONE ;