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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. ,1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I Rest a day hotel in I! tertaj ayiosr THE MATERlAL-The Cream of Alberta Wheats THE DESIGN-To Please NECTARINES fruit tlril i-i MECcptlonallv line "hen preserved. Two yours uso we sold liO crates in two hours, and couldI In've if woul.I .have had tlicui. A 'shliunont Just Hi. In the Lest at condition. 4 BASKET CRATES, EACH Don't dflny-lt you want any at those only have a Uialtecrimaiittty and'ilo not Iwllevo we can yet r.ny more this season. x GET YOUR COOKD COLD SLICRD MEATS H ERE FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER. NO NEED OF COOKING IN THIS HOT WEATHER. ALL READY FOR USE. Roasl Pork Ham with Dressing, per pound. ..35c .Ox Tongue, per Roast Beef, per pound .....................30c Veal Loaf, per pound...................._....25c Roast Mutton, per pound ...................30o Swift's Boiled Ham, per pound THE GOOD CO.Store! Phone 1271 HIGH CLASS GROCERIES Phwie 525 Lcthbridgr, clear Ktlinonton. clear Moose Jaw, cioutly Winnipeg, fair Pert Arthur, dear Nelson lied IWr, clear Calgary, clear......... Macleori. clnudy...... Medicine'Hat. cloudy Swiit Current, fair Regina, doudv 53 M 79 -IB SB 50 S3 till 79 6t 73 US lli .31! 67 47 7S 55 M 15 .52 .50 72 77 VULCANIZING D E D A r R i N A AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN 4 SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, oth St. S Crystal Dairy i PHONE 1576 1 have received nu- uierous inquiries re- garding t u i t i o n on the Violin..1 can give half hour lessons to.. four more pupils only JR. E. 'Moiilton, Orpheiun. LUMBER For Sale in Carload .Lots Direct from Mill to Consumer I liuvo Two Million Feet for sale this fall At Wholesale Price. Phone or write E. R. J. Forster 826 10th Street South Phone 1793. Lethbridge MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES October 9SU 95% December 98 May......... 103 October....., 3S 37U September........ oOi October Wi Oclober......... HO Chicago Wheat September 10-1% Minneapolis Wheat .May 1010i LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hoss. ?S.OO; steers, S6.50- J5.25-I5.SO; heifers. 15.50- S575. Chicago: Hogs, J6.10-fi.00; cattle, 'JS.OO-J10.25. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat 93 Oats..................................... -41 pijas f 1.06 Barley 46 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY Xo 1 timothy, baled, ton 10.50 No. 1 alialia, baled, ton 10.50 No. 1 Bluejoint........................ 9.50 BUYING PRICES- FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. iunches. Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. buncheK. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a 8oz. bunch- es. Sreen peas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, .per doz. bunches, 20c. Xew turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, 50c. dozen. Cabb'age, SI.00 per cwt. Corn po to 20c. a doz. Cucumbers--5c. each. Livestock'and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to 6ic. Fat cows, 5i to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, 54c. Select hogs, 150 to 350 Ibs., Live i8c. per 1 toffl, 10 to l-2c. 'Dressed 12 .to Me. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doj. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. PETERBORO OLD-TIMER 'DIES Peterboro, Ont., Aug. E. Belcher, C.E., who for the past 50 years, has been a prominent, citizen of this city, .died here today at the age of 80 He was born in Cork, Ireland. He was county engin- eer and city engineer for years. Hiding Without License A local youth was fined J3.00 and costs for riding a motor cycle on the streets without a license. Although the machine was not his own he was fined for riding it without the provin- cial license. The Chief's ultimatum applies 'to motorcycles as well, as automobiles, aparently. The weather over the prairie prov- inces has liecn mostly clear with slight showers in each prov- ince. FORECAST: All and moderately warm today and on Sun- day. Branch at Lomond The. Standard Bank lias opened a branch at Lomond, the end of the steel on the Suffield line. John Wilson's Latest Move John Wilson, 'formerly manager of the Majestic Theatre, here, and lat- er manager of the Empire" at Edmon- ton, is now in charge of the Grand at Calgary. Doctor Enlists James Montgomery of MacLeod Bros, has iust received a letter from his nephew, Dr. James Anderson, from Delhi Barracks, Hants., England, where he has Joined the R.A..JI.C. Dr. Anderson was in 'practice in' London, England, but thought it to don the khaki, and do something' to help the country in'the great crisis. Give yourself the grata! motion-pktan I 9M erer cnjoyedl See "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" You'll be held in thto PictmMHMltemltllicNiMl. Lottie Meklcrt-lrvin HMU IttR II HOW. Empress Tonight Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the moat fertile land In West- ern Canada for sale at low prices and easyterms, 'ranging from ?11 to J30 for farm lands .with ample Irrigated lands from One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years, in irrigation districts, loan for farm etc., up to also repayable in twenty est only 6 per cent. Here is your op- portunity to Increase your farm hold- ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure your friends as neighbors. For literature and.-particulars apply to F. T, CAMERON, Gen'l Supt._of Landl Dept: if Natunl CALGARY...... ALTA. OR WIL-SON 3KEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge CITY AND DISTRICT Supplying in Knox Church Rev. Wm. McNichol of Clareshohn is a visitor in the city for the week- end. He will fill the pittpit in Knox rhurch tomorrow at both services. City Band Concert The following is "the.'programme which will be given by the-City band at liifiir concert at Adams Park. March, R: B. Hall: waltz, "Kiss-of Waiter Rolfe; a tone picture, "Southern P. P. step, "Uncle Abe Hqlznian: sex- tet from "Lucia di patriotic air, "Canadian Irish' Overture, "Donny- brook" Fred White; march, "The Jas. D. Sh.inman: "God Save the King." E. E. Chandler, director. Members of the band are requested to meet in the baridTyoms tomorrow afternoon at 2.30-ior'practice. Hey! Hey! Hey! DON'T LET HAY FEVER DRIVE YOU AWAY FROM HOME Sufferers from liny fever will surely welcome a remedy which will overcome f.he annoying af- fliction which often forces iheiu- to seek another climate. NYAL BALM will quickly reduce the inflam- mation in the air passages and stop the congestion. IVp a pleasant remedy to use ana prompt in results. PRICE The Red Cross Drug Bopk Co., Limited FRENCH CANNOT HOLD GROUND London, the western front no important changes are recorded, with the exception of the French admis- sion of inability to hold the Lens-Arras crossing recently captured. ,j. FOUND GUILTY! Of Cutting the Cost of Living Father of'Lethbririse Man Medicine Hat Times: The death oc- curred suddenly yesterday morning of John L. Hawke, father of Dr. W. R. Hawke of this city. The deceased gentleman was 7fi years of age, and has been living iu the city and on his ranch. He came to Medicine. Hat in 1883, and was a rancher for several ears at Norton. A few days ago he went to visit his brother; who was ill at Parkland, and while there he died suddenly. Latterly, the late Mr. Hawke had been tronfied consider- ably with asthma. .Besides Dr. Hawke, a daughter, Mrs. W. B. Finlay, and two sons, John and Dr. L. Hawke of Lethbridge, survive. John A. Hawke is a rancher at Norton. Rubber Gloves! Ladies, Here is your oppor- tunity for a short time only.' We. 'will sell you a -pair of. Eubber gloves, worth -S.t.OO per pair. For 40 cents All Sizes New HURRY, HURRY, HURRY The Frank Hedley Drug Co. SPICES FRESH AND PURE The difference' -between good Spices and ordinary Spices, as far as price is concerned, is so little that it is very poor'econ-. omy to buy any but the very best... After using1 ours once, you will always use" them, for .the simple reason that they are much cheaper in the end. Our entire stock ot Spices is of the same high grade, and in- cludes: White, Black and Red Pepper Ginger Mustard Cinnamon Cardamom Mace Nutmeg Coriander Sage Cloves Caraway Allspice ''Laurel Dili Marjoram Anise Curry Celery Chilies Summer Savory Turkey Dressing Tumeric Mixed Spices. Ltd. Store The Guard Parade _ The Home had another cessful drill last night, in spite of the threatening the moist condition of the drill ground. Owing to the early darkness it was a'impst impossible to see, and Commander Skelton dismissed .the -company be- fore time was quite up. On Monday night the Guard will drill in .North Lethbridge, near the .I.H.C. building. The rifles wlK be transported, from the school to the drill ground.' After half an hour's drill the company will march through North Lethbridge to Thirteenth street, and will return to the south side of the city, where they will probably be dismissed in the. bar- racks drill ground. That a patent for a screw .propell- ed steam vessel has been issued-as far as 1868 recently was -dis- covered in the French patent office. Great excitement prevailed in the vicinity of Sixth avenue last, night! following an attempted burglary of] the residence of Mrs. Kannerman, 712 fith avenue south, just across the street from the house of Sunt. Walk- er which was burglarized or. Wcdnes- day night. Although a squad of po- lice arrived on the scene in' the tire i car a few minutes after the alarm j had'been sent in and continued a i search of the neighborhood for some hours, the would-be burglar escaped land has not yet been apprehended. Mrs. Kannerman stated to the po- lice that she had been out during the evening and when she returned she went to bed early. After she had been in ted sonic minutes she heard a noise outside of her window and de- cided to investigate. She went to the window and raised the blind sudden- i ly, revealing a man outside apparent- j ly .trying 'to gain an entrance. Mrs. Kannerman as may he imagined, was badly frightened, and running to the door she called for the police. The neighborhood was quickly astir and Jan'alarm was sent in to the police heariatiarters. The chief ant! Con- stables Wallis and lloreland attended I in'the fire chief's ear and chased a nian through back yards and alley- ways to the rear oil 6th avenue, hut the fugitive had too much of a head start, and made good his escape. The senrch continued for some hours not- withstanding and1 the residence dis- trict was carefully patrolled. Three suspects were brought into the po- I lice station, but they were all able to give a good account of themselves and were let go again. GERMAN PASTOR SAID TO BE GUILTY OF SEDITION Saskatoon, Aug. Mr. Statser, a German Lutheran pas- tor at Luseland, is in jail at Kerrobert. The charge against him-has not been made known, but it is alleged that htf has been distributing seditious litera- ture to the German population of the district. It is said that before; the v.-ar there were innumerable factions among the German-speaking but that now the weekly gatherings at the church size wonderfully, and that meals are now brought to the meeting house. Constipation causes- mental and lihysical suffering. Rexall a gentle relieve constipation. Sold only .by J. D. lllg- inbotham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, IOC, 2r.c and 50c vertisement. MILK AND CREAM PURE "sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone R-312, North Leth- bridge Dairy, Turner and Witchell. 1428 6th Ave. N. Next To Hn Architect I We can be of service plannjng that New House or any kind of building. We have all kinds of and up-to-date plans and ideas, and ready to show you at any time.: If you once use our Screen Door you never will use any other. All kinds of Building Material, but only one quality-THE BEST...Hardwood Flooring >nd Wagon Makers' Oak always in Block. Call and be convinced. Citizens Lumber Co. Phone VJ14.16th Street North. WHICH? If you prefer to be the lady to the right, Phone for QUAKER BREAD JUST AS SOOD AS.THE BEST HOME MADE, AND MORE ECONOMICAL. GILMORE K. V. GIBBONS CO. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK j To the Citizens of Lethbridge: Is Your Ford Insured? We ciir in.ure FORD CARS aflalnst Firo (ineludinu Explollon and Self-Ignition) at the following rites: NEW FORD CARS J500-56.00 for 1 YEAR OLD FORD CARS for one year 2 YEAR OLD FORD CARS for one year Cars Mill be insured ir any building or whilst on the road. For furthsr particular! see Sav Ilolbrook Blmn is the greatest- actor- in the world. Alice Brady who appears in the role originated toy Emily Stevens, is some little actress herself With these two in a play. like "THE can jou imagine if Well take it from me, it's.a great I think it beats Hearts m Exile, and that's going, some, THE BOSS was a one man play; it's a one-man mm. me man In both cases, was and is Mike Regan; the man .who acted, and arts the part is Ilolbrook Blmn, a. man every inch of him, always and all the time in actor some of the time. Miko Hegan was a Inlfeducitcd Buffalo tough, who loved 1 drink and fighting and hated work. He won a fight and S1000 ind the man in mm was aroused. Giiswolds the big Buffalo freight 'handlers, had spurned him opeiili and Mikes blood up So with grim Irish determina- tion he set himself to bring the proud house to its knees. By 1 cheap labor and cut rates he took their traffic away from' them: and haiing enriched himself at their expense he demanded and received th'e hand of their proud and disdainful as the price of his meicj at a time when he could have ruined them. But these triumphs were preludes of bis real troubles. His laborers went on strike Mike defied them. The Archbishop anathematized him Mike unmoved. His wife betrayed him to'his enemies. Ji ike suffered and endured in splendid loneliness: His life is threatened. He struck his assailant to-the ground and filled t'iie man's pockets with dollar bills, tie. was arrested on a false charge of murder.: He went to jail with a smile on .his lips and a cigar between them. And when, in his ceUv.he was declared innocent, .and'his hitherto cold, icy scornful wife, proffered him the' love she had Obstinately withheld from him; he accepted his final ami complete triumph, with the snap of the jaws that meant dominance, whether in or that spelled.success in all things at all costs. In the part of Mike Regan, Hol'brpok Blinn is credited by the unanimous'voice of New York's press, critics, and people, with havinif by this performance, established himself as the'greatest motion'picture actor. In'the world. And that's no lie, -boys. You can say so positivelyMiterally, absolutely, to, woman and child you 'em to see Hoibrook Blinn-in ''THE and they will see a good man in a great man's part, in a great photoplay. They will find that Alice Brady has a finer role than she.had in "AS YE SOW" and will more than please her many admirers.. 'This play will ippearfat your house, "THE ATRE, Lethbridge, on. Saturday, August 21st. WQKLI) FEATURES LIMITED H. B. Qrpheum-rLast Time To-night ;