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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THF. HERALD J9B DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Ubirb. Hi The "Taylor-Made" Premium-- You get it in the "Dough" SN3 KVXX MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Man.. Aug. and closing prices on the. loca'i grain exchange today were: Open October 105 May............ Oats- October 42 October......... Flax- October 142% Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern......... 2 Northern......... No. 3 Northern......... No. .4................ No. a ___.......... No. B................ No. 2 C. YV............. Xo. 3 C. W............. Ex. N'o. 1 Feed.......... Xo. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed............ No.. 3............... Xo. 4................ Feed................ Flax- No. 1 N. TV. C........... No: 3 C. W............. Chicago Wlieat September December ___ 107% Jlay 11S Minneapolis Wheat September........ W3H December 106 Close 141 123 114 107 9S no 50 Lethbridje Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds aud guarantee their work. E. Chaplin Son. props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery. Storage Batteries recharged and repaired. 135 10S3 10S 108 .LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs. cows, S5.75; steels, S7.00: heifers, Chicago: Hogs, S6.50-J7.20; cattle, J6.25-H0.30. ALLIES' STATESMEN SPEECE ,5. LADY! Are You Popular in the city? Watch for the Big POPULARITY CONTEST Apricots, Blueberries, Red Currants and Gooseberries Vnur lines we expect to have In abundance Ibis week. Apricots 'lire at tholr best and Ihoro !s no to he sold von- cheap. Goosoborrlcs we aro bavins shipped In Iron Ornnbrook, U. 0. llicko much later Hum the others from B. C. and we aro very fortunate In setting.them. NOW IS THE TIME, TO ORDER THE ABOVE .LILIES. quantity just In nt a special price While they C 1 1'pr crate, 4 baskets ............V I i RED CURRANTS. ALBERTA GROWN to rt by arrive; extra'special 1-lt) basket ca c5c K13NORA Daily, alllpnients u.xprcss expected all this week. CO Price per ease w "Front .Craubrook, U. C., sup- posed to be extra fine; lowest market price on arrival. arrive, exira siiL'tiui -I'll.' mi unitm. 8. C, 20 pound sack, when ordered with a case of fruit, office THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 'FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty The plans for the old-timers' picnic tomorrow afternoon at Botteriil's Bottom, are now complete, and with a contiuu- ance of todayls fine weather a huge crowd of Lethbridge pioueers are expected to take advantage of the event to re- new the memories of bygone days, in the pleasant cool of the river bottom. Conveyances will leave F'leetwood school at 1.30 and afterwards to take picnickers to the grounds. Special conveyances will also be provided for the baskeis which should he labelled and left at the Fleetwood school before 2 o'clock. London, Aug. dis- patches from, Athens are pub- lished saying that diplo- matic representatives of Great Britain, Russia and Italy have been in conference with the Greek premier con- cerning the political situa- LOCAL_MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price of wheat 1.0: Wheat................................. 93 Oats................................. -10 Klas 1.05 Barley................................ 48 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY Xo.. 1 timothy, baled, ton 11.00 No 1 prairie, baled, ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES _ FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches: Radishes, 15c, to.20c. a doz. bunch- is, Green peas, par lb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. vNaw. carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. 'New beets., per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, dozen. Cabbage, SI.75 per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to Fat cows, 54 to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. killing Select to 250. Ibs., WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, clear Macleod........ Foremost, cloudy.. BattleCord, clear Prince Albert, fair Swift Current, fair Moose Jaw, clear.. I Regina, cloudy f Qu'Appelle, t'lear.. Dauphin, clear----- Brandon........ Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, c'ioudy I Nelson........ JKamloops........ 'Gratid Forks........ The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly clear, with a few scattered showers. Forecast and warm today; Thursday: A few scattered thunder- generally fine. Saikatchewan an'd few icattered showers or .thunderstorms, but generally fair and warm today and on Thursday. Live Springers, No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c per .Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. Dressed 12 to 146. Rexall Orderlies, the modern laxa- tive, cleanse the system and 'beautify "Mthe complexion. Sold only toy J. D. Higinbotham Co., The A A A A A A A A A A Reiall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c AUCTION SALE On Friday Next AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP ON THE PREMISES, NO. 802 7th STREET (EXACTLY OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE CREAMERY) FRANK WADDINGTON inttructed by the owner to tell by Public Auction and without reierve a quantity of Superior Household Furniture ot Heavy Mission Oak Dining. Chairs; Solid Oak Extension' Table; Mission Oak Sectional Book Case with Secre- taire Section; Handsome Solid Leather Easy Chair; Mahogany Occasional TaMe; Heavy Mission Oak Rocker; Folding Bed Couch; ier> superior Carpet Squares (Axmlnslert; Grass Rockers; Kitchen Cabinet; Solid ,Oak Dressers and Stylish Oak Bed and Spring; Felt Mattresses; about 60 Volumes of. Books-, Single Bed Spring and Mattress; Chest of Drawers; Gent's Oak.Chiffonier; Folding Cot and Mattress; "Happy Thought" Range'; Pictures; Curtains; Dishes; Verandah Chairs, etc. A Prompt Attendance Respectfully Requested. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 Stafford Hock. 85 S4 S4 94 So .84 86 76 S2 S2 74 76 SO SO S3 50 3S 44 .03 60 .11 56 56 oii 52 52 48 -14 40 58 46 CITY AND DISTRICT Commitlioner for Affidavits John T. Willard of Taber has been appointed a commissioner for taking affidavits. Are Stock Inspectors W. A. Pollock of Retlaw and Corp W.' G, Binning of Pincher Statior have been gazetted stock inspectors. General Superintendent Visits South J. M. Cameron, general superin tendent of the Alljerta division wenl south this morning to Coutts on trip of inspection No Luncheon This Week The Board of. Trade luncheon Til not take place tomorrow, on accouni of other events interfering. An nouncements regarding the Board o: nounccmenit> revaluing iue uuaiu u Trade excursion will not be made un citizens of Lethbridge are For Tan and Sunburn' Nyal's Face Cream Ami Face Cream Soap Will remove the soreness from sunburn in a few minutes. For removing tan ,there is nothing better. PRICE 25c PACKAGE Sold only at Nyal Storej. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Berlin. Aug. forces'' of Prince Leopold of Bavaria are hurling themselves against the fortresses defend- ing Warsaw, according to' an official; statement given out today hy the German army headquarters stuff. The statement.adds that.the Russians have heen thrown from their position at 'Blonie, fifteen miles west, of the Pol- ish capital, buck onto the' out- er line of defences of the.city. Arrjyed todayvdeliciously fresh. tiwo pounds''and fives. DEMONSTRATORS Pounds, two poufifls'Vand fives. two and five pounds; ASSORTED HARD Pounds and two pounds. NUTS AND' HARD Pounds and two pounds. PARADISE CHOCOLATES. CREAM DIPPED Pounds only. CITY AND DISTRICT New Book on the War During the course of her address this morning, Lieut. Amo'idi spoke of the hook which Miss PLummer had written on the First Canadian contin- gent, and which was being published at cost by the Mnsson Book 'Co. of Toronto, and asked that some one. accc'pt the agency for the book in Lethbridge. At the close of the meet- ing Mrs. L. M.. Johnstone and .Mrs. G. R. Tinning readily accepted the com- mission' "of looking after the local sales of the book, which is an ex- tremely- interesting, one. ONEFOTJR NEWS Onefour, July O. Grano and family are visiting at New Day- ton. The riew elevator at Govenlock now under, construction, will be ready to handle this season's crop, which will be.heavy. _ John Wliitesel anil Sycl, 01 New Ccorge ;this London, Aug. Bel- gian steamer Koophandel of 188; tons gross, was sunk to-. hv rt German suhmarine. Nine men of the crew were landed. .j, Says Prohibition Move Here to Stay Ottawa, Aug. "The Anti-Liquor wave in the west has come to sayd Hon. W, Turgcon, attorney general of Saskatchewan, who has come east en routs to his native town at he said, "probably arises from the fact that times were, hard prior to the war and economy was the order of the day. Tlic outbreak of war inten- sified sentiment: "Tiiat the sentiment against liquor is simcrai on the prairies is shown by Ihc recent' vote of Alberta. As for Saskatchewan tin- places where strong drink was sold formerly num- bered. '100. This, number has been re- 'duced to aJHtle over 20, so W: Cittr to Women Hd Children Extra! Program Patriotic Music TONIGHT SPECIAL PATRIOTIC NUM- BERS BY RUBELITZSKY Orpheum Theatre Under New Management Dayton, are visiting week uutcu tu T L Duncan made a trip to Fore- .think that, practically removing most recentlv and reports magnili- temptation, 'ii great step lias besn cent stands' of grain everywhere taken." alone the way. I Since, the new law .came into effect, Miss Elizabeth Lindsay arrived the heaviest day's receipts at the Thursday irom Fargo, North Dakota, surviving 23 liquor stores now under to spend the summer with her bro- ther Alex. Flying Flags of Allies Through the enterprise of Chief Bardie of the Eire til next week. Band at Hendenon Park The City band will give their, first concert to be held at Henderson Park' Thursday evening, at- 8.15. A fine programme of latest Rerriick publica- imt tions will be given. See tomorrow's ing about ?1 paper for programme. abled to gaze unon the flags of all the Allies. Chief Bardie has made all the flags himself 'with the aid .of a sewing machine. He purchased wool hunting, and malic nags by three feet. are nuw. i _ ._ the police station on Second avenue Poultry Meeting A meeting of the Poultry associa- tion will be held on Thursday evening, August 8 o'clock, in the Board of Trade rooms. Members are re- quested to attend, as badges for tho Provincial show will he selected, at this meeting.. Will Know Tdmorrow Charles Roske, accused of the theft of garden produce, appeared before .Magistrate Elton in the Police Court khis mornins, and pleaded guilty to the charges laid against him.. He was remanded until tomorrow morn- ing, when his sentence will be pro- nounced. Ivan Heald, a vag, was given 24 hours to make himself scarce in these parts. Servic: of Intercession There was a large attendance at the Special service of Intercession held at St. Augustin's Church this morning. service.took the form of prayer and intercession on be- half of the cause of the Empire, and the boys fighting .at the front. Canon Murrel'i-Wright' gave an eloquent pat- riotic sermon dealing with .the Em- pire's part in toe war. A similar service will be held in St. Cyprian's at 8., o'clock this evening.' were S2.000, according to Mr. Tur- geon, who said that all classes were! united in the desire, to see the drink- evil quelled. COALDALE Coaldale. Alta., Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. B. S. Paw- son on Wednesday afternoon. Sirs. Fred Caloren and Mrs. John Caloren returned Monday from a camping trip to Cowley. At the school house .on Saturday evening, the U.F.A. he'iii a business meeting. W. J. Lloyd and S. S. Dun- ham of the Farms Products, from Lethbridge, were present Mr. and Mrs. John Bass and Mr. and Mrs. W. Honeysett spent several days at the lakes last week. B. S. Pawson is In'Maple Creek on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell and fam- Hly ha-ve Mp.cleofi Former Mmister of War for France ,evarely wounded in tne breeze over thigh by a shell splinter while on the Vpsges front where he -commanded a battalion of infantry. DISCOLORED OR SPOTTY EASILX.PEELED OFF The freckling, discoloring or rough ening to which most skin are subject at this season, may readily be gotten rid of. Mercolized wax, spread ly over the face before, retiring removed in tho morning and water, completely peel on the disfigured skin.; Get an ounce of the wax at any druggist's.. There s no more effective way of banishing tan freckles or other-cutaneous defects Little'skin particles come off r-arli day so the process itself doe n't even temporarily mar the complexion and I one soon acquires a brand new spot less, girlishly beautiful face Wrinkles caused by weather, uorrj or illness, are best treated bv a single solution of powdered saxolite, 1 oz dissolved in pint witch hare! ing the face in this prodffces a truly marvelous transformation. IS HE 4T THE ORPHEUM f LIEUT. GEN. TERAUCHI as a possible successor to Count Okuma, who has resigue( ftp premiership been visiting relatives at Miss ilottson from Letlibridge was Given by the O. E. S. 120 llth St. South Tonight AtTVSO In aid of Relief Fund Band in attendance Good Time Assured Everybody Welcome. guest; of John Davidson last week. Frank Maiwefll from Spokane visiting his brother, A. W. Maxwell. P. Le Valley was overcome by heat on Monday, and was taken to town Monday is rapidly im- proving. The Clergyman's Safeguard The .clergyman gives his' life oto Ws people. When old age comes to him .he has no built-ilp business to rest upon; he has amassed no fortune upon which he may com- fortably retire. His success is church he has built other people. When he dies his family to such savings as he has been able to make not more than enough to keep them in straightened circumstances. Life-insurance is the of dealing with; this question, and it should be the duty at every congregation to insure the life of minister. The clergyman will know he has protection that ii! .absolutely sure, and the congregation will know-.-their money is getting utmost in value the policy be JMUcd by the CANADA Wilson Skeith intcreitlni; booklet. "Since IM7." wiil Itll about the differeut OI Iniuranco ;