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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel ioUbfirta Just the Natural Wheat Taylor Made ETC. Right in the Midst of the Preserving Season APRICOTS. BLUEBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, PEACHES. PLUMS, PEARS, CRABAPPLES. The first three just about finished, tlu> other lines are jus( cowing in. per case basUel ..........35c PLUMS, Italian Prunes, per.box Per liaslu-l............................35c. PEARS-r-Uartletts. per'cuse Per Itasket 35c. COOKiNG pounds for 25c RIPE basket ICc, GREEN PEPPERS, Per pound ..............15c. Reid! boxes, per crates, per crate B. very finest, pel- case 51.75 Two pounds for 35c basket 15c. case.............. 5c. CORN ON COB. E. dozen...........20c. COOKED COLD MEATS ROAST PORK HAM, WITH DRESSING Sliced, per pound 35c. BOILED per pound...........35c. ROAST per Ib................30c OX per pound............65c. ROAST per pound.......30c. VEAL pound 25c. Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. 'CHAPLIN t SON Old Sporting Goods Stand; 5th St. S PLMtOi ASK YOUR .GROC.ER FOR "Crystal- Brand" Creamery Butter The Bast Butter on th by Lethliriuge, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, lair Retina, clrar Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, dear Nelson Red Drcr, cloudy Calgary, clear Battieford, cloudy J Saskatooa, clouiiy I Moose Jaw. fait.......... i The weather over the inces has beea- mostly j some heavy showers in, parts of hena. FOKECAST All few scat- tered showers, but generally fair and a little cooler, Saturday fair. 70 57 .'11 SB 60 80 5S SO 57 74 50 S2 52 53 .18 51 .01 60 r.o 57 prairie prov- clear with Al- 71 78 84 7S S3 SI CRYSTAL Lethbridge DATPY Phone 1576 wireless to CITY AND DISTKICT lieriin, Aug: 19, (by von betu- in addressing the which met today after a. sensational I Reichstag, .since May 30, Home The Home Gu ;racks grounds I or shine. s drjn at the Bar. tonigh rflin A Ne-.v Oil Company f -IfLrS? -TIM1.I. ,im_i u.., PJC.V i.statement, quoted the words which ha The Oil Co_t wi j declared Sir Edward Grey spoke, to italization ,of has- hhc German ambassador, at Lorn on corponued with Lethbridge when the hitter took [British 'minister'after leave of the thf besiinnins; th a cap- been i ii- head- Coaldale Votes for Consolidation The southern district of the Coal-. dr.'.p district voted on consolidation i ni the war in August, 10H. I "Sir Edward said the chun- I al lor, emphasizing his words, "said fiiiit war between :the two countries j tonay and returned a would make it possible that at the, conclusion of peace he could render' us .inore. valuable services Chan had Kngland remained neutral." The chancellor explained that he tjunners. Will Build School The Richfield School District, S. L. West, treasurer, Del Bonita, has empowered to borrow to a school. Stores Closed Auaust 31 The stores of -Lethbridge" will he closed on the afternoon of Tuesday, vote unanimous its favor. The northern .district counter-influence :.l vote on the question shortly. half holiday will be proclaimed, so that the citizens moy have an opportunity "of taking i May Join Strathcona Horse Constables Winston and Cameron of the Grassy Lake detachment R.N'. AV.1I.P., will probably join the Stratli- cona Horse at Camp Hushes. Their time with the police expires in a few interpreted these words to mean that [August 31, when England aesired the friendship of a beaten and weakened Germany as a...... counter-influence against powerful j the bis? Raymond carnival, which is Russia. England would he ready to beins held on August 31 and Septem- a weak country her 1. Special trains are to be run without industry and without a navy. The chancellor's report o: this scene in London caused a profound sensa- tion in the Reichstag. MARKETS Give yourself the greatest mction-piciurt ever eojayedl See "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" f 10.000 for a SvzftitlMt be held spellbound in this AliolU! ccmpete. Jielnl It NOW. Empress Tonight ALL-BRITISH WAR WEEKLY AT THE ORPHEUM 'FRIDAY AND SATURDAY J FRIDAY'S 6RA1N PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Aug. and closing prices on the grain ex- I changes today we're: Open Close lOct............................. "8i 98 IDec............................. 99A 97J '.May- 1.05J' 1.031- I O'ats- !oct. i Barley- I CHICAGO WHEAT Sept........................... 1.0-1 Mav 1-07J LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Hogs, 5S.OO: steers, ?6.40; cows, S5.25; Cblcigo: Hogs, cattle, 56.00-510.25. LUMBER For-Sale in Carload Lots Direct from Mill to Consumer I liavn Two Million Eeet I'or s'nlo this Fall At Wholesale Price. _t_ Plioiis or write E. Forster 6M 10th Street Seuth .Phine 1793. Lethbrldge 381 51 1.424 1.02} I-06? LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Local'cash price for wheat Wheat 1.19 93 i.oe 46 HAY .10.50 10.50 Barley BUyiN'is'.PRiCE FOR No. 1 timothy, "tialeil, ton No.-. 1: alfalfa, baled, tqn No. .1 Bljiejpint 9.50 BUYING. PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, groen, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, ]oc. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green PSAS, per- Ib., 3 cents. Heart .hatuce, .per (l07... 20to 30c. New carrots, -doz. bunches, 20c. New lieets, bunches, 20c. lurjiins, per doz. bunches, 20c. .Veil- potatoes, pet ton, S15.00. C'aiilillbw'er; 'BOc.' dozen. per civt. Corn' on 15 to 20c. a doz. 5c. each. Livestock and Poultry Choice fleers, Fat cows, to 6c. Choice killing wethers, 6c. Choir? killing 54c. Select hogs. 150' to 250 Its., Live Sfnnsers, !8c. per 1 fowl, 10-to 12c. Dressed1 12 to He. Fteth gathered eggs lie. per doi. Kp. farmers' dairy butter 20c. from the city on both of these days, leaving here at 1 p.m. Fire Call Xo. 1 Fire Department had a.call last night at 12.35 ivheu an alarm was-turned in from the residence of Oscar Buck, 512 Sixth avenue south. Robert McPhersou noticed a flame creeping up the wall the porch, and alter awaking the inmates sent in the alarm. The promptness with which die brigade arrived on the scene prevented any serious damage being done. Although many in the city are feeling "down in the mouth" over the heavy rains which have fallen last night and the night before, im- agining that the crops would he hope- lessly ruined liy -the heavy down- pours, those who know are not wor- rying over the situation at all. The rains can hardly ne called "unseason- able. The storm of the night before last, although violent over the city, did not extend even as far east as Coaldale and the next day harvesting went on as usual in the fields 'a few miles east of the city. Last night a number of the little thunderstorms that have been wandering around the south joined up and nearly half, an inch of rain fell. in the city and ex- tended over the territory west. O. H. Marnoch, president of the Board of Trade, was not ruffled out of his accustomed calm this morning and refused absolutely to cntirtair, such a thing as pessimism. "Con-, trary to the general belief that the cro.ps will be seriously .affected by these rains, the rain is not only sea- sonable but it is a good said .Mr. Marnoch. Seeing the incredulity on the