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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD DEPARTMENT, 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windwr Best {LZSidiy hotel in llberti I QUALITY FIRST MEANS TAYLOR MADE An Extra Special on Apricots for Preserving We have unite a large quantity of B. C. Apricots In peach iboxra.' All fresh-In. These arc the lust we will this season. They hold from 2_to :i pounds more than the 4 unsKol crates. EXTRA- SPECIAL, WHILE THEY LAST, PER BOX FKEESTON'E Hie pink of condi- tion. You cannot get them any better than these. Per box BARTLETT Ib. cases, each ITALIAN PliUNBS in Bench 'boxes, per box CKAU pound rases. COOKING per pound ......5c THE GOOD! Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER S5 53 .92. Letlibridge............ (Medicine Hat, fair............. i clear 7S 51 .06 Edmonton 78 02 .62 Swiit Current, clear Sl> 50 I Moose Jaw................ S3 5'J .07 Winnipeg 7ti 48 Nelson, clear WSI 406 Fifth Street South. Appreciates Action of Board A letter of appreciation has been received by the Board of Trade .from the management of the.Raymond fair for their action in endorsing the move- ment for a half holiday, in order that Lethbridge people might .visit the Raymond carnival on. August 31. President U.F.A. Here James Speak man, president of the United Farmers of A'iberta arrived in the city this afternoon from the east. He will be'the guest during his stay in the city S. S. Dunham, who is the vice-president of the organiza- tion. Mr. Speakman will address a meeting-of the TJ.F-A. local at Coal- dale this evening. He leaves for the north tomorrow Italian War Loan. The Canadian Bank of Commerce has been reciuested by the Italian ernment to receive on their behall subscriptions to the Italian War Loan, which bears interest at cent, and is being issued at 93. Subscrip- tions may either be paid tn full at the time of subscription, or by Instal- ments, and the time for the receiving of these by the bank expires on 31st inst. -Notwithstanding the shortness of tlie period during which these sub- may be received nameh up to the end of this'month it IB ex lieeted that a number of Italian resi- dents in the city and district wil'i de- sire to subscribe to the war loan of their mother country. Police Court A-driver of a Ford was fined in the police court this morning for driving past a street car while it was stationary loading and unloading pas sengers The ehauffe ir claimed that he had been, driving a car a few and did not know the au Mag istrate lifltan was tberelore. lenient with him. There have been, a good many complaints lately .about .drivers of motor vehicles-breaking the traffic regulations, and the police intend to fine heavily a of Ihe offenders. An ice-cream1 vendor, who was charged with peddling fection on the streets was .dismissed with warning that such practice was contrary to law. 4 The police s'tatfon.- Ceports that a gold watch has.been found. The own- er may have-same upon identification. Reiall Orderliesrmalce you fe'el'.fine You will feel better and live .longer it you 11 keep your bowels regular by the occasional uie of Rcxnll Order lies Sold only by J D Higfnbotnarr Co, Give Us Your Telephone Orders and be assured of Prompt Service Correct Prices Unfailing: Attention Our Telephone Ko. is 555 Tie Red Cross Drug Book Co., limited WE ARE-PROUD OF OUR I 1! Department We have always maintained that., tjiis department should have our utmost care and con- sideration, and the results show that our community places im- plicit faith in our drugs; onr carefuIoessT'Our .absolute atteu- tioo to the smallest detail. We are conscientious and realize careful com- pounding of., doctors' prescrip- tions is a duty, .we owe the gen- eral public. Here vou wfll always fmd the besl of-drug? and medicines Prescriptions7dispensed1 by grad- uates in Pharmacy only. The Store BREAD That is Good to Look At and Good to Eat Is Made From This Kind London, Aug. procla- mation declaring cotton con- trabiihu" 'of war is expected to .issued tonight or tomorrow at the latest by -both Great Bri- tain tmd France. Vancouver, H. C., Aug. earthquake whose shock very no- ticeably in Okanagan dis- trict, yras reported from all over northern British Columbia today. Kelowna, 300 east of Van- reports the shock at a. in.' Harrison also reported having-a shake at the same hour, the tremor lasting for 25' seconds. Pcn- ticton and Summerland felt it also. In Vancouver a slight jar was no- ticed. Dint Departing RMR Constable Magrath, Aug plc-is ant affair took place at the residence of Roberts, near here, a nunib'er of families of the district entertained Const Ferguson of the and his friends at a dinner, on the eve of the. departure of the constable for the front. The con- stable has .been very popular with the lamilieb IP the d strict for tl" faithful' way he has performed his duties, and they considered that smne tangible evidence of their ap- preciation should be given him The liming room prctt.U decorated v ith (lags -etc tie iurn ishmgs been suppl cd ht Mr Spence and the table ilocoraf ons bv Mrs E. Mrs. Ewing assistad Mrs. Ried anri Mrs. Guthrie at the table. A very'tasty, dinner was ssrved. These present were. Constables Fcr- Dad Sold to French Paris, Aug.' former Am- steamship Daeia, condemned by a French prize, court owing to her transfer from German to American registration alter the outbreak of the war, has been sold.'Her new- French owner has renamed her the Yscr. She sailed today under, .'the -Tri-Color from Cherbourg for Cardifi, Wales, to .take on a cargo of- coal ioi Brest. COui-DN'T ENLiST KILLED HIMSELF Res-nick Ont Aug E 4sh down, a Toronto wall paper merchant, 49 vears old. was drowned In Lake' Simcoe toda> our preserves THE BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT BOOKUil WILL TBL.1. YOU HOW. Second Competition Two crates ot flne British Co- lumbia -peaches ire offered In competition open to housewife readers of the Lethbridge Her aid. 1 For tlfe best 250 to word .stories ..of .experience in preserving any fruit without sugar CUTICLES SHOTJLD BE CONCISE CLEAR and PRAC T1CAL. Tho method of pre serving should be detailed only il it differs from that in the British Columbia Fruit Booklet The quality1 flavor and keeping 'pioperties of the fruit put up should >be and any definite information to ECON OMY and SAVING EFfECTED will add considerably to the value of the stories. Time for In the hands of J Jorsyth Smith B G Fruit Markets Commissioner, M2 Tenth St Sunnyalde gary extended to noon Friday August FRUIT BOOKLET WITH Ht KKCIPES SpNT FHfl ON APPLICATION WATCH SPACE FOB OFFICIAL FRUIT OTHEM ;