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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD r Hotel Windsor sUU a day hotel in Alberta The Sweetest Flour You Know is "Taylor-Made" WEEK IN THE ich Ir. this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Annoum ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Rea_ this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept ed for this column. British Colombia Blueberries Grown at Xakusp on the Arrow Lakes, up from hero tills morning- Tlio duality is excellent. Nelson. B. C. The firs', we over hail arrived 1'iit In boxes weighing 12Vi Its tress weight. Special to introduce them, per ease Or pounds I'or Some extra line Washington Apricots, in -1 basket crates; per 'Piie following fruits should be put down this Blueberries anil lllackbernes. Office: Phoiel271 THE. GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. -Min. Lethbridge, fair S3 54 .04 Edir.onton, fair..... St> 5S Calgary, clear.. S-' 5" Medicine Hat. clear H3 Red Deer, clear..... SO 57 Saskatoon, clear 9- Swift Current, clear Si> .Moose Jaw. clear.. clear...... Winnipeg, clear..... S2 n-l Port Arthur, fair.. T2 iii .01 Vancouver, clear.. S9 55 Victoria, dear.... M 55 Forecast All and very warm to- day and on Tuesday. At Wesley The Wesley Ladies' 'Aid will have charge of the Ret! Cross sewing rooms tomorrow afternoon. The regular prayer service will be htfid as usual on Wednesday evening. On Friday evening the choir are asked to meet for practice. The new choir leader, Mr. C. Hughes will have charge of-the choir. At Knox The Westminster Guild of Kuos church, will meet tonight at the church at 6.45, and will proceed to No. 6 mine, where they will be shown aroiind. The '.adies of the church will be in charge or the Red Cross sewing rooms this afternoon, ana each. Monday af- ternoon following. The managers of the church will meet tomorrow evening at eight o'- clock. There will be ao mid-week service this week. The different departments of the "Sunday school will not meet next Sunday, nor again till- tlie first Sun- day in September, when the winter iourse will be resumed St. Andrew's The Christian Endeavor will meet tomorrow evening. The Onward Bible class will meet in the church ou Wednesday evening. The Ladies' Aid society will meet the ch'jrch on Wednesday after- noon at 2.30. St. A'lfj'.tstin's The W.A-. of St. Augustin's Church are ho'iditig a garden fete on the lawn at the residence of Mrs. E. N HiS- obotham. Third avenue, on Thurs- dav evening. Tea will be served from 5.30 to 7.30. and a general social hour spent in the evening. St. Cyprian's The regular service of intercession on behalf of the soldiers and sailors at front. will be hsld In the church on Wednesday evening. Christian Church The Christian Endeavor will meet in the'church tonight at'S o'clock. Thsre wHl no other services, owing to the Evangelistic services that are heing held on the north side of the ciiy. First Baptist No mid-week service. Friday: 7 Junior Young Peo- ple; 8 'p.m., Y.P.U. and choir prac- tice. CITY AND DISTRICT Noble Crops Heavy G. H. McLain of Noble was in the city this morning, and says that the crops in that district are particularly heavy. The farmers expect yields all the way from 35 to 45 bushels. Street Car Uniforms The City Commissioners this morning awartied the contract far street car uniforms to Messrs. Thael Dodd, J29.50 a suit. This was the lowest tender of those who have the labor done right in the city. Salvation Army Captain Munday and his lieutenant ot Macleod are in the city, and will assist "Happy Jim" 'Miller o; Cal- igary, with others, at the special meet- ing and social to be held at the hall, Fifth street, tonight at S p.m. Ice- cream and cake will be served. Special Notice Chosen Friends Members of the Canadian Order of Chosen Friends are requested to at- tend the monthly meeting, which will bs ne'.d on Tuesday evening next, the 10th at S o'clock in the Sons of England Hall. The meeting announc- ed 'for last Friday was not held, ow- ing to unforeseen circumstances. FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funsra! Flowers a Specialty Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce in auto tire repairing of all Iclnds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin SL "Son, props., old Sport- on 5th St. South, rear Saddlery. Storage latteries', recharged and repaired. HJTARMERSl-Getyour Money for your [CREAM As soon as Delivered WE' CAN HANDLE MORE CREAM, AND WILL SEND A MONEY OR-DER 1N.PAYMENT FOR'EACH SHIPMENT BY RE- TURN MAIL. WRITE US. Crystal Dairy Co. 13th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1576. ICE Delivered Dally? r TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701. Brodie MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Oct.......... Dec.................. May Oct................... Oct.................... Oct................... Open Close 4.05J 1.04 1.04 J 1.03J- 1.08J 1.09 4H 40J i OJS I'M J .474 LOCAL MARKETS Evangelistic Services All Week Evangelistic services are being held each evening. during the week in the large tent erected for that pur- pose on the corner of Thirteenth street and Third avenue North. Miss A. L. Ebily of Calgary is the princi- pal speaker. Rev. TV. G. Asber will also speak. Kentishmen's Picnic The Keniishmen of the city held their annual picnic yesterday at Stafford's Bottom. Some stay mem- bers and their friends were conveyed the grounds in autos. The after- noon was taken tin with sports of aM kinds, all .the. picniakers recording a 'eneral good time. Two special .ten- ures of the afternoon's fun were cricket-matches. E. Rossiter's .team and J- Harris' team played a. game the former winning hy a score of 81 o 42. The ladies played to gents, s-bo vfere under a handicap by play- ng left-handed. The splendid day was somewhat abruptly brought to a on account of the storm. The lappy gathering proceeded homeward, disappointed at the rain coming, con- cluding that on the whole they had a very pleasant day. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES 1.02} 93 40 1.05 46 HAY 11.00 Track price oi wheat Wheat Oats............ Flax-.................. Barley BUYING PRICE FOR So 1 timothv, haled, ton No. 1 baled, ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. pDions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, lac. to 20c. a doz. bunch- is. 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 doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, GOc. dozen. Cabbage, per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to 65c. Fat cows, 51 to GC. killing wethers, 6c. killing, ewes, Select hogs, 150 to 250 Ilis., Live 18c. per 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dresscil 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 tarmers' dairy butter 20c. TO PROBE TAKING OF U.S. SHIPS BY HUNS D.C., Aug. tary' Lansing announced, today, that Ambassador Ge'rrard, at Berlin, had been instructed to make investiga- tion regarding the two American oil ships, j.he Llama and the Wico, inter- cepted .by the German authorities on their way-to Stockholm, and taken to Hexall Orderlies work gently on the bowels, bringing to the cheek a tinge of good health. Sold only hy J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, The Kexair Store, iOe, 25c and 50c boxes. Garden Tea One of the pleasant affairs of the summer will be a Garden Festival to be 'held on the lawn of Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham's re- sidence. 1242 3rd Avenue South, Thursday evening this. week. A Garden Tea will .he served un- der the shade ot the trees from 5.30 to 7.30, for which the mod- erate sum of 25 cents will be charged. It is under the joint auspices of St, Augustin's Wo- men's Auxiliary and the Nurs- ing Mission. Nothing could be more enjoy- able these .bol.i cays than to take the evening meal, out of doors in one-of the best gar- dens of Ijethbrldge, and every- body is invited. After tea the, evening will 'be spent socially 'and a delightful time may be-anticipated. Summer Goods at Reduced Prices 1 Hammock, reg. Reduced to .............54.00 4-ball Croquet Sets. reg. Reduced to .............51-15 G-ball Croquet Sets, reg. S4.2S; Reduced to 1 Slazenger Tennis Racquet; Reg. 310, reduced 1 E. D. B. Tennis Reg. ?10, reduced Child's Garden Sets; regular nOc, reduced to..........35c Rubber Bathing Caps: Reg. 75c, reduced to......50c Only a few of each of these lines left Ike Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Fair Motorists Tanned, ihot, burning-skin from wind and sun, is Quickly reliev- ed and comforted by an applica- tion of CR E'M E VELVA A sample for the- asking or 25c and 50c Ltd. The Store BOARD OF TRADE TRIP Those who have signed up for the Board of Trade auto excursion to the Nobleford aud Monarch districts, lire asked to remember that the trip will start at 1 p.m. sharp, Wednesday afternoon from the I.eihbridge Hotel. There .will be 3i cars available. Those who still wish to sign on should notify Fred Dcnvner at once. BAKING DAY STEADIES Conservatives in Manitoba Have Small Majorities Winnipeg, Aug. lew belated election returns, trickling in over the week-end, have merely changed the majorities by which the new members oi the Manitoba legislature will hold their seats, but in no case is the early rtsiilt changed. The Liberals still" have 10 elected representatives nd the Conservatives 5, with one Socialist. The majorities oi the elect- ed Conservatives has altered, how- ever, Hamelin the new Conservative member lor Ste Rose, having his majority decreased to 29. In this con- stituency the Independent-Liberal polled nearly 300 votes so that it was his entry into the light which put Ste Rose in the Conservative column. I'retontaine's majority in Carillon, has also been decreased, his total vote being' only 27 in excess oi that hy T. B. Molloy. The results from George are still incomplete, but Liberal, is leading by 150 in" 11 polls. Unofficial but reli- able repotts irom the remaining 10 polls increase his lead, making his election iairly certain. In Turtle Mountain, James John- ston, former speaker, was defeated by 36 by George. McDonald, Liberal. The complete returns irom Lansdowne show Premier N'orris' majority to he Full returns irom Elmwood give Dr. T. Hamilton, Liberal, over majority. F. Y. Newton's ma- jority in Roh'lln, which he ior the Conservatives has been decreased to 10S. U. S. Harvesting An Immense Crop Washington, Aug. iar- mcrs are harvesting the greatest wheat crop ever grown in any one country. It may reach one billion bushels. The department ol agricul- ture experts today estimated the crop at bushels, basing their calculations on the condition oi the crop August 1. Bumper harvests of other cereals and food crops are indi- cated. ROSS STEELE WOUNDED Calgary, Alta., Aug. only ASberia the casualty 'iist is- sued today is Private Ross Steele of Edmonton of the 2nd Battalion, who is reported wounded. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice! for Column should reach thli Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Regular meeting of North Star Lodge, No. 4, A.F. A.M., in Masonic hall tonight, fit 8 p.m. Visiting brethren invited. J times Ward-of Toronto was drown- ed at Brighton In awim- niirig, immediately, after dinner. BUSINESS LOCALS St. Mary's Men's Society ape hold- ing an Ice Cream .Social in Parish Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 10th at 8 p.m. Everybody welcome, TURK BATTLESHIP SUNK Constantinople, Aug. 9, 3.45 Turkish battleship Kheyr-ed-Din Barbarossa, _ of tons displacement, for- merly the German warship Kurfurst Friedrich has been sunk by a submarine" of the Entente Powers, ac- cording to an official announce- ment issued today by the Turk- ish government. A majority of the officers and men compoB- ing the crew of the battleship were saved. Post Office Receipts During the month of J.uly lust end- ed there has been worth of stamps sold at the local post office. The cash receipts for second-c'iass mail matter were J2498.00. The rent from boxes and drawers was 129.95. The number of money orders Issued was 1139 and the value was The number of money orders the local office was- SSO, of the value of The commission on these was The number of postal notes sold was 389, worth 595S.90. The number of postal notes paid was 888, worth S1073.06. The savings bank deposits amounted to J16S4.00. .The number of registered articles mailed was 2389, and the number of registered articles deliver- ed here was 2291, while the number of registered articles passing through was 2390. The total number of art- icles handled was and the total receipts were 13175.34. Wni. Wade, a prominent resident of Brighton, Ont., is dead; AUCTION SALE Superior Duality Household Furniture T ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 10th At No. 621 -9th Street South at 2.30 p.m. i INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, I WILL SELL.BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING: ne a Chair- Two Dressers with bevelled Mirrors; One Combination Dresser and 'Stand; 'Two Wash Stands; Two Toilet Sets; Two B ft. 8 in Beds with brass trimmings', Two Coil Springs; ;Two Mnt- Two 'Single Beds, Springs and Mattresses; number of Chairs- one Fancy Inlaid Centra Table; one Remington Type- on Axmlnster Ru one Bed Hoom Doors- one Guitar; one Mandolin; one Banjo; Two Deer Heads, No 1 Mounted, exhibited by C. P. R. in Europe; about 14 House Two Fishing Poles; Carpenter Tools; Meat Saw, all kinds of Dishes, Cooking Utensils and other articles too numerous to TEAMS' CASH ous NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER NO RESERVE DOIf T MISS THE VULCAN STAMPEDE WEDNESDAY, AUG. llth All the Best Riders and Ropers of the Con- tinent will lie there that day. EMERY LEGRANDIER, CHAMPION RIDER OF WINNIPEG AND GLjilCHEN Special Train from LETHBRIDQE 7.30 Fare... KIPP 7-45 Fare.. NOBLEFORD 8.15 Fare.. BARONS 8.37 Fare.. CARMANGAY Fare.. CHAMPION 9.20 Fare.. KIRCALDY 9.37 a.rn.T-Return Fare.. Traini return the itme evening. 1.50 1.25 1.00 .70 .45 .40 AUCTION SALE ON WEDNESDAY NEXT AUGUST 11TH, ON THE PREMISES, 1240 5TH AVE. A SOUTH, COMMF.NCING'AT 10.30 A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by the oWner, vyill sell by public auction and without reserve, an assemblage of useful Household Furniture Paintings in Gilt Frames; Oak .Rockers; Oak RUBS- Chatham Kitchen Cabinet; Oxford-Guerney Kange with tiled hni-t' onuinbed for ttis or coal and having patent'fuel'economizer; Pictures' a'bout 100- pieces Blue ile Roi China; Glassware, and a large quantity of smaller Kitchen Utensils, Drop "Standard" Sewing Machine, etc. The sale to commence at time stated with the disposal ef the AUCTIONEER'S Stafford ;