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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A Great Snap on British Columbia Yellow and White Peaches and Red Plums the's7 lines limited so order at TRIUMPH AND CHAMPION PEACHES Extra special per case 'L CRESTON GROWN RIPE fin. est in 8. C. An extra lot to arrive tomorrow, Thursday morning. Special per basket 35c; per crate "i-w C. and local grown, large size; price each if you want any. FREESTONE C1 1C Per case I 1 w ABUNDANCE RED PRESERVING QKfV PLUMS; extra special per case WWW SWEET this season QRfj- 3 pounds for _ BARTLETT lug tfO 1 (1 boxes; per I V Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHEli Mas. 85 You can he absolutely oar Milk is is pas- teurized and always carefully handled. Let us-deliver you a bottle tomorrow morning. The Crystel Dairy Co, 13TH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1576. MARKETS THURSDAY'S "GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. and closing prices on the grain cx- Open Close Oct 033 832 93 J Mai S9J Lethbridge. clear cloudy.. T- Calgary, fair...... SO .Medicine Hat; clear Macleod, clear S4 Red Deer, clear..... n Foremost, "clear "S Prince Albert, clear.. Saskatoon, fair...... 64 Swift Current, clear 72 j Moose Jaw, clear 67 I Regina. clear....... 6Y i Wiunipes. clear..... 66 j S4 r'4. Weather over the prairie provinces has been mostly clear and cool, with j light frosts in parts of Manitoba. Forecast today and on Fri- iday. with rising temperature. i Saskatchewan and and warm; Friday: Generally fair warm; few scattered showers. Min. 50 41! 4li 64 4S 4fi 61 41' .42 50 44 40 32 BORN I Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilkie, Thursday, August 26, daughter. ..........1.44 1.18 CASH PRICES ORPHEUM BTJILDEB OF BRIDGES Will Stay in England Carmang.i) Sun: Mr. T. B. Weath. erbee of Calgary informs us thai' H Findlay, formerly of the Bank of Commerce siafi, Carmangav, who was in the hatUe of St. Juhen, has been declared unfit for .military service and has accepted a position in the English .branch of a.Canadmn 1 iirm and doe- not contemplate re- I turning to Canada. The same letter i contains the information that M. A. 1 Powell also formerly.- of the Bank staff at Carmansay, is in the trench- es in Belgium. No. 1 Xor. No. 2 Nor................... No. 2 C. ff................. No. 3 C. Extra Feed No. 1 Fted................... No. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Feed V........ 1 X W. C. NO. 2 CHICAGO WHEAT 98 Dec............................. Mav ...........i...... 1-03 MINNEAPOLIS 'WHEAT Sept.................. 98i Dec........................... Mar........................... 1-001- VULCANIZING AUTO TlfiE REPAIRING 'A SPECIALTY WORK 'GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN i SON OldiSporfmg Goods Stand, 5th 3t. S 41" 1.'43 99J- 1.021 961 l.OOJ- BALLOON FREE WITH School Supplies Our stock of School Supplies is very extensive, entirely new and big value for the money. Scribblers, Exercise Eooks. Pencils, Erasers, Pens, Pencil Boxes, Bags, Text Books, etc. The children will like the new Patriotic .Covers on the Scribblers'. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY Parents are requested to note that the Hiv.h and Public schools will be opened for the fall term on Monday. August 30. For the convenience of all concerned, al'i new applicants, should be at the several schools at S.-J5 prompt, and it is necessary under the de- partmental regulations that all children be vaccinated.' CITY AND DISTRICT Home Guard Drill There will be a driM of the Home Guard at barracks to- morrow evening at i.30. C.O.F. Meets Tonight The regular meeting of the Canad- ian Order of Foresters .in the K. ot P. hal lat 8.30, this ev.ening. Some im- portant business 'will' be discussed. Members take notice. Old-Timers A full meeting of the executive of j the Lethbridge Oldtimers' aasocia- tion will be.held at: "Dr. DeVeber's j residence on Eighth street, tonight at 8 o'clock. Rev. A. L. Geggic Here i Rev L. Geggle of Park-> dale Presbyterian cliurch, Toronto, i are visiting, their daughter, Mrs. .1. B. Wilkie. Rev. Mr. Geggie will preach, in Knos church here on Sunday even-1 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY] .Macleod presbytery Elects Officers S8.20-SS.25; i The jlacieod Presbytery of the t 6.25: cows J5.25 pr.ihvterian church met on'Tuesday cattle B.OO-S10.00. RECRUITS Wanted for 13th Overseas Mounted Rifles Lieut. J. B. Beddome "RECRUITING-OFFICER, 'WILL BE AT THE Lethbridge Hotel ON Tliureday, Aygust 26 ONE DAY ONLY. .and Tues- day, August 23 and 24. -PINCHER CREEK day, August 25. Aug. CLARESHOLH Saturday, August 28. Orpheum "Theatre The Country Store- LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Spring wheat...................78 Oats..................................... -''I Flax............................ 1.13 Barley BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton' 10.50 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 10.SO No. 1 Bluejoint 9.50 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions; green, ,15c. to 20c. a doz, bunches, Radishes, 15c.-to-20c. a doz. bunch- es. areen peas, per lb., 3 .-cuts. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New tuniips, per dor., bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, BOc. dozen. Cabbage, SI.00.per cwt. Corn on to 25c. dpz. each. Livestock ;and Poultry Choice' steers, 0 to 6ic. Fat cows, H to 6c. .killing wethers, 6c. Sheep--Gbciee killing ewes, Select, hogs, 150 to 250 Ibs., 6jc. Lire 18c. per tt> No. 1 fow'l.-IO to 12c. Dressed 12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per Am.. No.-1. farmers' dairy butter 20c. land Wednesday of this week-in Pm- cher Creek, and the principal item of business was-the. election of the officers. Rev. Hillis Wright of Pra- cher Creek was elected moderator ot the presbytery. Rev. H. Mahaffy of Taber, who recently moved east, was the former "moderator. Rev. A. C liryan of St. Andrew's church of tliis citv was elected clerk; Rev. A. H Denoon of Knox church was elect- !ed convenor, of Home Missions, and iRev J. White of MacSeod was elect- ed convenor ol young people's socie- ties. Local Heavy "Business as applies in the Good Will Tell A Wit That upon the quality oE your spicks and oring extracts, "When they fail strength and pure they that elusive, seductive some- thing to that makes that difference between ordinary, cooking real Ton better results from if you fany your spices and extracts us, and you will save too, because ours, 'being strength and pure, go farther. JUiipbotiiam S Co. The Store Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Free Press today says: "Tomorrow will likely see a new chain of the most dramatic events begun in this province.. Hon. A. B. the re- turns in the morning from the east, and will, no doubt, call'for .immediate action 'in connection witll the prose- cution of the four ministers mention- ed in the findings of the slathers' Roy- al Commission. "These four former ministers are Sir Rodmond Roblin, Dr. W. H. Mon- tague, George Coldwe'il and J. H. Howden. "Independent of the Mathers' report the Attorney-General's department has the report of Messrs. Bonnar and Craig, urlminal' lawyers of reputation, as to who should he prosecuted. "It is expected that events .will move speedily, and that arrests of a 1 dramatic nature will be followed by 'equally dramatic police court pro- ceedings, where preliminary hearings will take place. "The near future also holds pros- i pecis' of extradition proceedings in the case of Thomas Kelly, contractor, ho is at Detroit Lakes, Minn. "The legal struggles, when the cas- eventually come to trial, will like- ly be.the most momentous in the an- nals of the Dominion." The C.P.R. has a gang of men at work this week on the weeds in the yards, and huge piles stacked ready for burning show the tremendous growth this year. transfer says T. R. Long, manager of the Western Transfer Co., which does .the transfer business for the CP.R. freight department, the I. 1IC and several other large-ship- pers' Mr. Long states that the' local freight business is 50 per-cent-great-j er than last year, and is equal to the i business of 1012, with the exception of the movement of building rnatei- ials The movement of farm imple- twine and other farmers supplies locally .is .greater than an, vear since 1911. -On tne whole says Mr. Long, there lias been a wondei- ful revival of Trials Trails A letter received from .1 D. Higin- botham, who with his family is spend- ing a few weeks at Lake near Red Deer, gives a vivid de- scripUon of the trials and tribulations of the autoist on the trails. Describing thf, roads DidAurj Mr. Higtnbotham "From the crest of a hill we surveyed a resular slough of despond ahead of us from fence to fence. The latter was of barbed wire and ere long thirty ieet in'the of it was stretched flat.on the ground, over which the two benzine Kilties Play-Tonight The Kilties will turn out ..tonight for a band "concert in Gait Gardens at 8 o'clock. Death of Mrs. Culler The Warner Record records the death of Mrs.1 Wm. 43. Culler, thir- teen miles east of Warner. Mrs. Culler came from Pierson, Iowa, two years ago. Great Crops in' Homestead Country ,M T -Buchanan of Ingersoil, Ont, who owns considerable land in south- ern Alberta, has been in the district for a week or more, and is enthus- iastic over crop-conditions. On Tues- day, he made a trip through the home- country east of he says that the crops there. belter than in the immediate vicinity of Lethbridge. They could not be bet- ter he says. Cuttins is well under wav. He did.not find any complaint about scarcity of labor. Every home- steader to be in a position to handle his crop. SPECIAL NOTICE thinking is impossible with- out healthy bower action. Rexall Or- derlies are a specific against consti- pation. Sold only by .1. D. Higin- botham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and tisement. MILK AND CREAM PURE NATURAlS-Produced under sanitary conditions from healthy cows 'R-312, North Leth- >r and cows vne Turner it 2s s." made a'quick passage, and tnen through two hundred yards of sUnd- ing potatoes, past a farm house, mak- ing our exit through a. regular gate- way. This piece of road, we might parenthetically remark Is a Disgrace to the people of Cafstalrs, to the mun- isipality and tho province. Other low and wet places were encountered, where we were obliged ,to leave the road (11, climb the.ditches arm hus the fences, in order to reach our des- tination Of the beauties of Sylvan Lake, Mr Higlnbotham speaks very toghiy, hut qualifies his praise by stating that the tnoaqultos murder and spoil tbf ihady spots. We wish to announce we are ex- clusive Lethbridge agents for simple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Ad or-i-Ka. This remedy, used for appendicitis, is the most- THOR- OUGH bowel cleanser we ever sold It is so powerful that ONE SPOON FIJL relieves almost ANY of constipation, nour or pass; stomach Adler-i-ka never gripes is safe to use and the INSTANT action is surpris ing. J. D Higmnotham Co, Limit ed, Druggists______ London, Aug. official statement on the sinking of a German EuOmarine off Ostend today, says: "The Secretary of the Admjraitj announces that Squadron Commander Arthur W. Bigsworth, R.N., destroyed slnigle'4ianded a Gerwan submarine today by bombs dropped from aeroplane. The submarine was oh served to be completely wrecked, and sank off Ostend. "It is not the practice of the Ad-J miralty to publish statements regard- ins the losses of German submarines though they have in cases where the enemy, has no other source of information as to the time and place at which these losses occurred. "In the -case referred to above, however, the brilliant feat of Squad- ron Coiiiinaiider Bigsworth was per- formed (nlthe immediate vicinity of the coast in occupation of the enemy, and the position of the sunken sub- marine has been located." Hotel Windsor I MARY FULLER AT THE QRPHEUM TODAY Invitation From Farmeri President Marnoch of the.Board of Trade presented to. those at the weekly luiJcheon today the invitation of tho .Picture Butte farmers for a tour of that district by the city busi- ness men.: The invitation will be considered after the trip to Raymond next Week. i Delicious Apples i Delicious Yellow Transparent apples from the1 Experimental farm were en- [joyed by those attending the Board of-Trade luncheon at tho Lethbridge today BAKING DAY STEADIES WHICH? If you prefer to be the lady to the right, Phone for 1 QUAKER BREAD JUST AS GOOD AS THE BEST HOME MADE, AND MORE ECONOMICAL.. r-II THE BAKER (jlLJYLUKlii Phones 378-1027 I! No Need To Be Without a Fountain Pen at These Low Prices Hudson's Bay No 1 Fountain Pen-Made with 14-kt.sold nib; Iridium pointed a high grade mike Regulai value OQ S250 Spe ml Sale Pi ice Bav No 2 rount-im Pen-SIIghtl} smaller flan No 1 made with 14 U gold nth Indium pointed, reg Special Sale Price The HuTrato Fountain kt goW nib indium pointed Regular ?1 oO Special Sale Price Hudson s Baj Safetj and ison Leakable Foi ntara Pen May be safely earned in any position Regular ?150 "Tflft Special Sale Price I WW Hudson s Baj Self Filling Fountain Pen No separate tillet lequired a well made and reliable pen Regular value VUg JloO Special Sale Price I WW The Bay Fountain neat and well made pen 14 kt gold nltx indium pointed Regular alue Jl 48C Special Sale Price Dry Goods Floor. The Hudson's Bay Co. i! ei Of flee and School Supplies AT COST On Friday and Saturday WE WILL OPF-ER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF-r- t FILES, WIH6 BASKETS AND TRAYS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, LEDGERS ANDiJOURNALS, NOTE BOOKS AND MEMORANDUMS, WRITINU TABLETS AND PAPETRIES, SCRIBBLERS, EXAM TABLETS. PENS, PENCLL8._. RULERS, EC, Exceptional and See Our Stock. Lethbridge Quick Print ROYAL BANK BUILDING. PHONI 1111 ;