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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Jl Hotel Windsor j Best a day hotel in Ha The "Taylor-Made" Premium-- k You get it in the "Dough" Open Close MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. -Man., Aug. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today .were Oft...................... Slay Oet...................... Qct: Get......................... j.-m j WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 2 Nor................... 1.30" No :i 1.23 No. 4 1.16 No. 5......................... 1-074 YOUNG LADY! Are You Popular in the city? Watch for ths Big POPULARITY CONTEST .FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Do Not Delay! Place Your Orders Now for Blueberries and Apricots Our experience, other years has boon that both these fruits were never to bo hud very Ions after thi-v started coming In freely. It you wunt some we would advtso placing your orders now so ns not to tie disappointed. BlacK-'oe'rHcs, Raspberries, Sour Cherries and n tow Gooseberries arrived this morn- ing and we expect some Mberta grown .Red Currants this afternoon. Here are some Week-End Specials: fine preserving; WATERMELONS-NIco and ripe, per pound..5c Per BLUEBERRIES for preserving; per Per pound ..............................20c Early, while or Triumph, Yel- low: special per case Per .basket BARTLETT PEARS, fine eating, per basket..40c Dukes, fine baskets for Per crate .............................'2-75 any come in, per basket 15c HEP any 2 .baskets for ................-..........25c the last this sea- son. 'baskets for......................25c .25c sizes- Prices, each 15c and li. C. blenched and crisp; extra special. 3 pounds for ....................25c NEW grown, per pound-----3c size, 3 for ........25c Why cook in this hot weather when you can get COOKED MEATS LIKE THESE ROAST PORK HAM. WITH' Sliced, per pound......................35c VEAL per 'pound .............25e OX Beutos, the Sliced, per pound CORNEA Bentos, sliced, pound..35c SWISS BRICK pound .25c Office: THE GOOD CO PhOiel271 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCEIUES 1.113 1.14} No. fi 2 C. W....... Xo. 3 C. W. Extra.No. 1 No. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 Xo. 4 Feed Flax- Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin Son, props...old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on nth St. South, -ear McNabb.'3.Saddlery. .Storage latteries recharged and repaired. No. 2 C. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT 1708} 1.07J Sept. Dec. 1.0 1.13-J MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT LOCALJV1ARKETS LOCAL 'GRAIN PRICES Track price of wheat 1.02} Wheat................................. 93 Oats -10 Flax 1.05 61 Barley "IB 56 BUYING PRICE' FOR HAY N'o. 1 timothy, baled, ton 11.00 1.4H No 1 prairie, baled, ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a dozNiunches. Sept. Dec. 1.08 GERMANS USE FLAX INSTEAD OF COTTON Rotterdam, Aug. Germaas already have been using flax as a substitute for cotton in some of their munition factories, and all munition factories are heing remodelled lor this purpose, according lo a dispatch to the Cojirant from Berlin. The taking, of an inventory of all stocks of cotton and other textiles throughout Germany, the dispatch adds, began Monday, and will con- tihne for ten days. A large staff :of is being employed in this AH stocks of cotton, and arti- cles made from cotton, even includ- ing under-clothing and must be listed. Dipping ilum wit brushes. in a strong solution of give new life'to old hair Onions, green, -15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, 15c, to 20c. a doz. bunch- Green peas, per lb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, 'per doz. hunches, 20c. New turnips, per dos. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, (iOc. dozen. per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, C to Sic. Fat cows, 5i to Gc. killing wethers, Be. killing Select to 250 :Live 18c. per lb.; No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. .Dressed 12 to He. Eresh natbered eggs 17c. per'doz. No. 1 "farmers' dairy butter 20c. When little ones are peevish, give Rexall Orderlies; constipation is often the cause. Sold only by J. D. Higin- botham Co., Limited, The Reiall Store, IOc, 25c and 50e tisement. AUCTION SALE On Friday Next AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP ON THE PREMISES, NO. 802 7th STREET (EXACTLY OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE CREAMERY) FRANK WADDINGTON It instructed by the owner to sell by. Public Auction without reserve a quantity of Superior Household Furniture oE Heavy Mission Oak Dining Chairs; Solid Oak Extension Table; .Mission Oak Sectional Book Case with Secre- taire Section; Handsome Solid Leather Easy. Chair; Mahogany Occasiona! Table; Heavy Mission Oak Rocker; Folding Bed Couch; very Caii'sl Squares Grass Rockers; Kitchen Cabinet; Solid Oak Dressers and Stands; Stylish Oak Bed and Spring; Felt .Mattresses; about 60 Volumes of Books; Single Bert Spring and Mattress; Chest of Drawers; Gent's Oak Chiffonier; Folding Cot and Mattress; Range; Pictures; Dishes; Verandah Chairs, etc. A Retpectfully Requested. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 Stafford iloek. Bfist Yet For 'Tan and Sunburn NyalY Face Cream And Face Cream Soap Will remove the soreness from sunburn in a few miuutes. For removing tan there is nothing better. PRICE 25c PACKAGE Sold only at Nyal m Ul pllcUIII nmi Lellibridpe, clear SO -18 iMlmoutiin. fair 7-i -16 Prince Albert, clear S3 Solitaire Diamond Ring WarranttMl Genuine Diamond, retail pi-ice ti-oiii R. A. Wright To be given away at OKPIIEUM August 21st Calgary, clear 7S Saskatoon, clear S3 -1-1 Winnipeg, clear 82 52 The weather over the prairie provinces has been mostly clear and warm. FORKCAST All Fine and warm today and on Oh Monday, Aug. 2, to Mr. and Mrs. -H. J- Irving 1302 Seventh aveaue South, a CITY AND AND DISTRICT Visits Did Frfends George H. Van Allan, a former principal of Westminster school, is visiting M. P. Red Cross Drug Book Co., to Fund The Orpheum Theatre will give one cent from, each 15 cent ticket, and ha'if-cent from each 10 cent ticket tonight to the Soldiers' Tobacco fund. Will Give Patriotic Tea Mrs. E. G. and Mrs. R. S. Smith will be the hostesses at a patriotic tea to be given at tba home of the latter K04 Efiehtn street South, in Rocky Mountain The official vote on the Liquor Act Stops Bake Day Worry Saturday afternoon and evening. The entire .proceeds-wii! be divided equal ly between the Red Cross and the I O.D.E. funds. Children Not Responsible City Probation Officer William Lamb issues a warning to tbose who have been in the habit of depredating gardens that he has the names of a number of them, and will take action if the business is not stopped. In- numerable complaints have been re- ceived from _tbe owners of gardens, chiefly in the southeast part of the city, that "'children have been despoil- ing flower-beds, etc. On investigation Mr. Lamb found tbai children were not responsible, but that grown-up girls and .women have been seen seen reaching over fences and pull- ing up plants by the roots, and the names of most of them are in his pos- session. Mr. Lamb says that the children are not so depraved as to commit such outrages. Garden Party at Hardieville A most enoyable time was spent last evening on the grounds of Mr. Newton, Hardieville, -when the mem- bers of Trinity church and friends gathered to celebrate the second an- niversary of "the church. The weath- er proved ideal for the gathering; the grounds were beautifully decorated, and even-thing was conducive to the sociable spirit, which prevailed am- ong those who had come together for the evening. Toe managers of Trin- ity church beg to express their thanks to the many friends who con- tributed to the success of the social: To the Salvation Army band, and the friends from Lethbridge, who so ably entertained the company, botli with vocal and instrumental music; to the ladies who made themselves responsi- ble for the refreshments; to the gen- tlemen of the cbngregation, who ren- dered iheir unstinting service; to [Mr. and Mrs. Newton, who so kinuly !ent their bouse and grounds for the occasion; to the Ten-ill Floral Co., for flowers; to J. D. Higinbotham, Jack- son Co., and A. McDonald for bunt- ing. The drawings for the evening amounted to Excurilon to Claresholm A number .of Lethbridge people will the excursion to the Agricul- tural school at Claresholm tomorrow. The announcement of the excursion has aroused considerable interest am- ong the farmers of the south, and a large number from points on the Al- dersyde line have announced their in- tention to go. The exceptionally low fare "ia a great inducement to every- one and the excellent arrangements that have been made to feed the big rowd free of charge makes it unne- essary to go to the trouble of taking a lunch. The fare for adults is and for-children 85 cents. Seeing that the south is in the running for an agricultural school, it is well to show interest in the ones already es- tablished. Of those who Intend go- ing on tbe excursion from Lethbridge there are a number of younger people. A few of those who wiij go are: G. H. Marnoch, representing the Board of Trade, William Marnoch, S. S. Dunham, Lloyd Dunhani, Marion Marrs, Dorothy Marrs, Aneta Craw- ford.. Chocolates Arrived today, fresh. t-wo pounds and fives. DEMONSTRATORS Pounds, two pounds and fives. two and live pounds. ASSORTED HARD Pounds and two pounds. NUTS AND HARD Pounds and two.pounds. PARADISE CHOCOLATES. CREAM DIPPED pounds only. jj Jpbothani 8 Co. Ltd, The Store stfluency was as follows: Dry, wet, 1392; majority, wet, 511. Gets Commission Cecil W. V. R. Cocq, sou of W. A. R. Cocq, editor of the Lethbridge Tel- egram, has been gazetted second lieu- tenant of the Royal Field Artillery. He is now in England. Chosen Friends to Meet The Canadian' Order of Choscr. Friends meet tomorrow nieht (Fri- day) at in the Sons of Eng- land hall. AJ1 members are requested to attend.' Dog Poisoned ,T. II. Virtue oi' the Ford Garage re- ported to the po'Hce last night that a dog, belonging to his nephew had been poisoned on Third avenue near Twelfth street. The canine popula- tion of the city is fast diminishing. Supt. Knight Goes To Dawson City Regina, Sask., tendent Knight, Sergt.-Major Nicholl and a detachment of ten men from the 'R.N.W.M.P., left here today on the Imperial Limited en route for Dawson City. .Mrs. knight .and two children are accompanying; Superin- tendent Knight to Dawson, where he will be stationed. The other members of the .party, who will be detailed for detachment duty at various points In the.-Yukon, are: Constables W. C. Waters, J. R. Hutchison, J. B. Carters, H. VV. Stall- worthy, S. C. Pratt, W. Urquhart, T. C. B. Tidd, J. B. Oibson and F. W. Fletcher. Salvation Army Envoy 'Happy'' Jim .Miller, envoy of the London, Aug. has fall- en and the Germans are already in occupation oi the Polish capital. The news first came by wireless from the German general headquarters and it was quickly followed by cable con- firmation ironi Berlin, crediting the capture of the city to the forces com- manded by Prince Leopold of Ba- varia, after a stubborn light with the Kussian rear guard. With the lies. British military authorities' agree that the fall of the Polish capi- tal will have far-reaching elfects oh the eastern and western war trcs. Kussian admission in last night's of- ficial communication that the Rus- sian forces defending the Blonie front hail been all hope that Warsaw could be saved was abandon- ed. The outer line of forts to which the Russians arc only (i miles from the centre of the capital and these defenses apparently were canied last night, ihe inner line oi defences being captured in time to enable the victors to enter the city early this morning. r Main Army Caught The statement trom Hetrograd that the Kussian retirement to the Blonie- front had been carricu unhindered was taken here to indi- cate that Brand Duke Nicholas had everything in readiness for the eva- cuation oi Warsaw itself and the an- nouncement in today's Berlin state- ment that only a stubborn rearguard blockaded the' advance oi the Ger- mans seems to confirm that the main army with ils guns has been caught in the citadel. The effect of the -fall of Warsaw now is absorbing the attention oi the British officials and public. It is ex- pected that the German Emperor und Empress will make, a 'royal entry in Calgary No 1 Corps, is in the city, accordance- with plans long matured. The Envoy has been at Macleod, con-! What part of the army of Grand ducting special meetings, and good Duke Nicholas was able to extricate SASKATOONS ARE RIPE (North Battleford Optimist) ej We're as grateful for the change ot moons j-' the crops are for the rain of June's; For many' months the fare is prunes, times have been experienced, in spite of tire hot weather the building has been 'ncked. The meeting tonight will be conducted by the envoy, "Happy" Jim Miller, at 8 p.m., in the Citadel on Fifth street. As But now we're enjoying saskatoons. 'ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH" SAYS DRUGGIST, J. 13. Higinbotham Co., states that the simple mixture buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, is causing great surprise because just ONE SPOONFUL re- lieves constipation, sour or gassy stomach almost IMMEDIATELY. It is so thorough a bowel cleanser that it is used successfully in appendicitis. Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and upper ibowel and the INSTANT offset is astonishing. It never gripes anil ia perfectly safe to use. FARMERS! Get your Money for your CREAM As soon as Delivered itself from the enfolding line of Field Marshal Von Hlndenburg is increas- ingly problematical; Far-Reaching Effect It is believed that this pressure from the north was one of the chief Presentation to A. E. Smith reasons compelling the final abandon- On the eve of his departure from Of Warsaw in order to permit the Herald Job department to take! Q-rarui. Duke to send reinforce- over ihe business of George TiEe, j mcnts to--save his right wing. The photographer. A. E. Smith was pre- occupatjon o! Warsaw also will have sented with a handsome case of pipes effect- of releasing :large German by the members of the Herald staff. The presentation was made by -T. Jones, who expressed the regret of j the office that Mr. Smith was leaving. ations against the Anglo-French al- Mr. Smith has acriuired a vast know- concentrated on the duction of the. city and permit them turn westward1 for renewed oper- ledge of photographic work, and his many acquaintances in the city will tend to make his venture a success. City Band at Henderson Lake The following programme will be rendered by the City band at Hender- son Park' lake tonight, starting at 8.15 sharp: Somers; 'Uncle Abe Kotamann; cor- net solo, "Sunshine and Hsm- ick Co. Pub.; march, "A la Abe 'Hol'ziuann; waltz, Hem- Co, Pub.; serenade, "Evening WE CAN HANDLE MORE CREAM, AND WILL SEND A MONEY ORDER IN PAYMENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RE- TURN MAIL. WRITE.US. Crystal Dairy Co. 13th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 157S. "MADE IIS CA1VAPA" RADNOR, the New AR.ROW COLLAR Rockwell; selection. "In Old "Mac- Que Johnson. "God Save the King E. E. Chandler, Hecke, leader. director; R. Van BOW ISLAND'S FINE CROPS (Bow Island Review) J. L. Wilson of Ihe northeast of 12- 10-10 gave us a sample of his Mar- quis wheat, this week, measuring 5ft. Sin. The sample was procured from a field of 80 acres. The wheat yield this year is going to be remarkable, i! the samples shown to us are any criterion. G. W. j Johnston, south of Bow Island, brought. in on Wednesday one root which com- j prised 13 stalks, two or three ofithem measuring 5ft. Sin. in length. ,Aver- aging 30 kernels to each stalk, we have thus a total of-390 from the one litlle seed. GROCERY SPECIALS Phone 1567 PolatoeE: pounds for.....25c 20 pound sack of Sugar and one pound No. 1 Loose Tea. U pound sack of Flour and one package of Corn Flakes. ROS'al Shield Tea in large tins; regular special ....90c LJpton's Tea; regular 40c; spec- ial per 08 pound sack of Hungarian Pat- ent Flour ana one 111 ounce tin o( Eggo of Magic Baking Powder for (This is for cash only) Canadian Cheese, best quality; Si pounds for............ .45c Jelly. Powders, 4 Quaker Oats, per package...25c- Krinkle. Corn Flakes, 3 for .'.-..'......SSe Preserved 'Pears, Peaches arid: iier tin ........17c Corn, Peas and Beans; tin..10c Tomatoes, large tins, 2 for..25c Pettijohn Breakfast Food, regu- lar lac; Creamery Butter, per pound.30c Dairy Butter, Oranges; regular 50c; special per dozen Plums, per basket ,........55c. Apples, ;J pounds for .......2Bc Crawford's Biscuits in following varieties: Lemon 'Puffs, Rich Tea, Digestive, Short Cake; reg. pound...30c Supina Merantile Co. 123 15TH STREET NORTH- ;