Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ PRINTING AT THE HERMD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD B!.( Hotel Windsor Best $1.25 a day hotel in Alberta The Sweetest Flour You Know Taylor-Made" British Columbia Blueberries iJrown at XiiUii.'i) on the Arrow l.aUcp. up from Nelson, H. (.'. Tlio lirisi \vo ovor had urrivcil Special to introilurc thom, per case ........$1.65 Or - iHninils for ............................35c Iioro this morning. Tlio nimllty is c.\collont. I'ul up in boxes weiffhlug 12M: tb."! gross weight. Sonu" extra fine Washington Apricots, in I basUi't crates; per crate ..................$1.25 lllie following fruits should bo put down this week:-.Vpricots. Uluoberrles and Ulnckbcrries. 0�ice: THE GOOD CO. store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER I WEEK IN Y CHURCHES In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Entertainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for this column. Lethbridge. fair .. Kdnioiiton. fair . .. Calsury. clear.. .. .Mpdicine Hat. clear Red Uecr, clear. . . Snskntooii, clear . . Swift Current, clear Moose Jaw, clear., RcRina, clear . . .. Winnipeg, clear .. . Port .Arthur, fair.. Vancouver, clear., Victoria, c'iear. . .. Forecast j All West-Fine and very warm to- I day and on Tuesday. i Max. Min. 88 54 ,Sii ."kS �>-OL' iiO G2 !- o ( 51! ."it; 0.'> S2 -.5fi a suit. This was the lowest tender of those who have the labor dofie right in the city. -CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS-HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty VULCANIZING-The Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work In auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin & Sou, props., old Sport-ing'.Goods St^nd, on oth St. South, rear McNabiys Saddlery. Storage )attarifes redtarged and repaired. JFARMERSl'Getyour Money for your CREAM As soon as Delivered 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 1576, MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Open Close ........... 1.053 1-04 Oct................ Dec................ ............ l.n4J 1.031 Mav ............... ,.......... 1.08J 1.09 Oats- Oct................ ............ 4U 405 Barlev- Oct. ........... ........... 59 a Flax- Oct................ ............ 1.50 ].47i Salvation Army Captain .Munday and his lie\itenant of .Macleod are in the city, and will assist "Happy Jim" .Miller of Calgary, with others, at the special meeting and social to he held at the hall. Fifth street, tonight at S p.m. Icecream and cake will be served. Summer Goods at Reduced Prices 1 Haniniock, reg. ?i;.50; Reduced to .............$4.00 4-hall Croquet Sets. reg. S2.25; Reduced to .............$1.45 i;-ball Croquet Sets. reg. $4.2.-.; Reduced to .............$2.00 1 Slazenger Tenni.-; Racquet; Reg. $10, reduced to.....$8,00 1 E. D. B. Tennis Racquet; Reg. $10, reduced to----$8,00 Child's Garden Sets; regular .�lOc. reduced to ..........35c Rubber Bathing Caps; Reg, Toe, reduced to......50c Only a few of each of these lines left. The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Special Notice Chosen Friends .Members of the Canadian Order of Chosen Friends are retiuested to attend the monthly meeting, whicli will be held on Tuesday evening next, the j 10th inst.. at S o'ciock in the Sons of England Hall. The meeting announced for last lYiday was not held, owing to unforeseen circumstances. Evangelistic Services All Week Evangelistic services are being held each evening during the week in the large tent erected for that purpose on the corner of Thirteenth street and Third avenue North. Miss A. L. Ebily of Calgary is the principal speaker. Rev. W. G. .Asher will also speak. LOCAL MARKETS Ksntishmen's Picnic The Kentishmen of the city held their annual . picnic yesterday at Stafford's Bottom. Some sixty members and their friends were conveyed to the grounds in autos. The afternoon was taken up with sports of aM kinds, all the pieniekers recording a general good time. Two special features of the afternoon's fun were cricket, matches. E. Rossiter's team and .1. Harris' team played a game, the former winning by a score of SI to 42. The ladies played to gents, who were under a handicap by playing left-handed. The splendid day was somewhat abrupi'iy brought to a close, on acccmnt of the storm. The happy gathering iiroceoded homeward I disappointed at the rain coming, concluding that on the whole they had a very pleasant day. Fair Motorists Tanned, ihot, burning skin from wind and sun, is quickly relieved and comforted by an application of pRiME ^VELVA BOARD OF TRADE TRIP BAKING DAY STEADIES A sample writing. for the asking or 25c and 50c J.D.HiilnMam&Co. Ltd. The Store Those who have signed up excursion to the Nobleford ; ? and .Monarch districts, are : ? asked to remember that the > ? trip will start at I p.m. sharp, : : Wednesday afternoon trout the : Lethbridge Hotel. There wi'il : be 25 cars available. Those ? who still wish to sign on ? meriy the , German warship > Kurfurst Friedrich Wilhe'lm, : has been sunk by a submarine ? of the Entente Powers, ac- ? cording to an official announce- > mcnt issued today by the Turk- ? ish government. A majority ot the officers and men compos- > ? Post Office Receipts During the month of Jtily iust ended there has been $3547.35 worth ot stamps sold at the local post office. The cash receipts for second-c'iass mail matter were $2408.00. The rent from boxes and drawers was $29.'.I5. The number of money orders Issued was 1139 and the value was $12,050.50. The number of money orders paid at the local office was- S80, of the value of $12,272.08. The commission on these was $105.42. The number ot postal notes sold was 389, worth $958.90. The number of postal notes paid was S88, worth $1073.06. The savings bank deposits amounted to $1684.00. The number of registered articles mailed v/as 2389, and the number of regLsterod articles delivered here was 2291, while the number ot registered articles passing through was 2390. The total number of articles handled was 10,305, and the total receipts were $3175,34. AUCTION SALE -OF- Superior Quality HoDsehold Furniture Wm. Wade, a prominent of Brighton, Ont., is dead. resident DO^T MISS THE VULCAN STAMPEDE WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11th All the Best RUlers and Ko|km's of the Coii-tlnen21 Oth Street South at 2.30 p.m. INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, I WILL SELL. BY PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING: - One Fumed Oak Combination Writing Desk and Book Case, large size; One Solid Oak Side Board; One Leather Upholstered Lounge; One Almost New 6-drawer Singer Drop Mead Sewing Machine; One Oak Buffet; One Walnut Centre Table; One Oak .Jardiniere Stand; One Upholstered Rocker; One Oak Rocker; One Oak Hall Rack; One Flat Top Writing Desk; One Cook Range with hot water connection and water tank; One extra large Gaa Range; One Baby Buggy; One Child's High Chair; One Child's Small Chaii'; Two Dressers with bevelled -Mirrors; One Combination Dresser and Stand; Two Wash Stands; Two Toilet Sots; T^vo (! ft. fi in. Beds with brass trimmings; Two Coil Springs; two Mattresses; Two Single Beds, Springs and iMattresses; tiuniber of Chairs; one Fancy Inlaid Centre Table; one Remington Typewriter in first class order; one Axmlnster Rug; one Bod Room Carpet; 1 8-day Clock: 1 Sideboard Clock; 1 .22 Rifle; 2 Screen" Doors; 1 Developing Set for daylight; 4 Pictures; 1. set of l.C.S. Books on Plumbing and Heating; one Set of Engineering Books; large number of other Books: one Bicycle (now); Two Screen Doors; one Guitar; one .Mnhdolln; one Banjo; Two Deer Heads, No. 1 Mounted, exhibited by C. P. R. in Europe; about 14 House Plants; Two Fishing Polos: Carpenter Tools; Meat Saw, ail kinds of Dishes, Cooking Utensils and otlier articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER NO RESERVE EMERY LEGRANDIER, CHAMPION RIDER OF WINNIPEG AND GLEICHEN Special Train from LETHBRIDGE 7,30 a.m.-Return Fara____$1.65 KIPP NOBLEFORD BARONS CARMANGAY CHAMPION KIRCALDY 7.45 a.m.-Return Fare.. 8.13 a.m,-Return Fare,, 8.37 a,m.-Return Fare.. 9,00.a.m.-Return Faro.. 9.20 a,m.-Return Fare.. 9.37 a.tn.-r-Return Fare,, Train* return the sgme evening. AUCTION SALE ON WEDNESDAY NEXT AUGUST 11TH, ON THE PREMISES, 1240 6TH AVE. A SOUTH, COMMENCING AT 10.30 A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by the owner, will sell by public auction and- without reserve, an assemblage of useful Household Furniture and effects Including:-Splendid 3-pleco Mahogany Parlor Suite, upholstered in Silk Tapestry; Solid Oak Sectional Book Case (4 sections); largo Jlisslon Oak Ilocker upholstered In Spanish I.iea-Ihor; smaller size Rocker; Mission Oak Don Toble; Inlaid Oooa-Blonal Table; Solid Oak Secretaire; Solid Oak Book Shelves; Edison "Home" Phonograph complete with 4 minute and 2 niinuto attachments, horn and (!4 records; Mission Oak 8-day Clock; pair of liandsome Oil Paintings in Gilt Kramcs; Oak Rockers; Oak Folding Table; large quantity of Hooks; Sanitary Couch; MoitIb Chair; very handsome Solid .Mahogany Dresser with extra long bevelled Mirror; Brass .Mounted Beds fitted with tine quality coll Springs and Felt MattrosaoB; Oak DroBBer with circular mirror; large size Axmlnster Rug, oriental design; Carpot Squares and Rugs; Chatham Kitchen Cabinet; Oxford-Guornoy Raiige with lUeii back, equipped for gas or coal and having patent fuel economizer; Pictures; a'bout 100 pieces Blue do Rol China; Glansware, and a large quantity of sraallor effects. Kitchen Utensils, Drop Head "Standard" Sewing Macihine, etc. � The sale to commence at time stated with the disposal of the smafler lots. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE-11 Stafford Blppk.