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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a d3f hotel in llberta I J The "Taylor-Made" Premium-- You get it in the "Dough" When Lottie Pickford Smiles it gets you! She's the cutest, cleverest, daintiest little witch you ths Photoplay A Pi star photoplay with all- star plavers that's taking the coun- try by storm, For a Suggestion! ror a sequel to this ivantlffr. words or the rcueti idea. Start seein-r this sndous Empress Tonight Saturday Evening Specials Thl SB 81 91 FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Florists runeral Flowsrs 3 Specialty I.ethbridgc, clrar Calgary.' lair Medicine Hat Moose Jaw, clear Port Arthur, cloudy Grant! Forks S3 Krd Deer, clear S3 Macleod, cloudy SS Prince Albert, 'clear S3 Hegma, clear 90 Kilmonton, clear 94 Saskatoon, ,air SO Winnipeg, clear 84 52 Nelson ss The weather over the prairie inces lias been mostly clear asd fmo. j FORECAST Fine and j I very warm today and Sunday. Saskatchewan "and Alberta Fine and very warm, a lew local thunder- storms on Sunday. 57 Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, yroiiuL-e work iu auto tire repairing of all kinds and suarantee their work. Chaplin props., old Sport- ing' Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear Mc-Xabb's Saddlery. Storage latteries recharged and repaired. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES i Wincijeg, Man... Aug. I ami dosing prices on the srain ex- changes today Open Close 1.051 1.01} 1.10} 1.05 1.10 Dec. May Oct............................. C PRICES Wheat- BORN 2nd, to. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. J. Vallance, 2S1 7th Are. A, South, a son. CITY AND DISTRICT Band Concert The Miners' baud will give a con- cert in the Gait Gardens Sunday ev- ening. New Maclcod Official George H. Key of Calgary, an ex- perienced book-keeper and stenogra- pher, has been selected from a num- ber of aolicants to succeed Mrs. Fair- weather, as assistant town cler'a wage of per week for the (first week, and 25 shillings per week after, wards. This is a very worthy wuse. Subscriptions may be handed li 0. II. Harmon, BanlfoT Montreal. AUCTION SALE SLiperlor Quality Jioosetiold Furniture ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 10th At No. 021 Street South at 2.30 p.m. 'INSTRUCTED' BY THE OWNER, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE One Fumed Oak Combination Writing Desk and Book Case, large size; One Solid Oak Side Board; One Leather Upholstered Lounge- One Almost New (i-drawer Single Drop Head Sewing Ma- chine- One Oak Buffet; One Walnut Centre Table; One Oak .Tar- dinier'e Stand; One Upholstered Rocker; One Oak Hocker; One Oak Hall Rack- One Flat Top Writing Desk; One Cook Range with .hot water connection and water tanK; One extra large Gas Range; One Babv Buggy; One Child's High Chair; One Child's Small Chair- Two Dressers with bevelled Mirrors; One Combination Dresser and Stand; Two Wash Stands; two Toilet Sets; Two ft. G in Beds with brass trimmings; Two Coil Springs; Two -Mat- tresses- Two Single Beds. Springs and Mattresses; number of Chairs- one Fancy Inlaid Centre Table; one Remington Type- writer hVfirst class order; one Axminster Rug; one Bed Room. Carpet; 1 8-day Clock; 1 Sideboard Clock; 1 .22 Itifle; 2 Screen Doors; 1 Developing Set for daylight; 4 Pictures; 1: set of I.O.b. Books on Plumbing and Heating; one Set of Engineering large, number of other Books; one Bicycle Screen Doors- one Guitar; one .Mandolin; one Banjo; Two Deer Heads, No 1 -Mounted, exhibited by C. P. R. in Europe; aoout 14 House Plants' Two Fishing Poles; Carpenter Tools; Meat Saw, all kinds Of Dishes, Cooking Utensils and other articles too numerous to- TER'MS'-GASH GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER NO RESERVE Prized equally In hospital and home, because no other Coffee is at once BO rich, HO sfronjj, BO delicate, and so unfailingly good. In 1 and 2 pound While also Fine Ground for CHASE t SANBORN, MONTREAL. AUCTION SALE ON WEDNESDAY NEXT AUGUST 11TH, ON THE PREMISES, 1240 5TH AVE. A SOUTH, COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by the owner, will sell by public auction and without reierve, an ciiemblage of useful Household Furmtiire and effects Splendid It-piece Mahogany Parlor Suite, upholstered in Silk Tapestry; Solid Oak Sectional Book Case H large Mission Oak Rocker upholstered In Spanisn Lea- ther; fmallef size Rocker; Mission Oak Den Table; Inlaid Occa- sional Solid Oak Secretaire; Solid Oak Book Shelves, Phonograph complete with 4 minute and 2 minute attachments, horn and 64 records; Mission Oak S-day Clock; pair of handsome Oil Paintings in Oik Frames; Oak Hockers: Oak Folding Table; large quantity of Books; Sanitary Couch; Morris Chair- very handsome Solid Mahogany Dresser with extra long bevelled Mirror Brass Mounted Beds fitted with fine quality coil Springs and Felt Mattresses; Oak Dresser with circular mirror; large size Axminster Rug, oriental design; Carpet Squares, and Rugs; Chatham Kitchen Cabinet; Oxford-Guerney Range with tlicn back, equipped for gas or coal and having patent fuel economizer; Pictures; a'bout top. pieces Blue dc Hoi China; Glassware, and a large quantity of smaller effects, Kitchen Utensils, etc. The sale to commence at time stated with the disposal of the TERMS CASH Stafford Block. ;