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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PAGE FIVB New Vidtor Records for September "La Marseillaise" by Calve An inspiring rendition of one of the most famous songs in history, and which at the present time is so intermingled in sentiment with the Allies' cause as tc be universally acclaimed, whenever its stirring strains are heard. Victor Red Seal Record SS570 De Gogorza sings "Je sais que vous etes jolie" H. Poupon Christine's delightful song from a popular Kronen One-Step success. It is sung by the artist as though he thoroughly enjoyed this little excursion into the popular ballad field. Victor Red Seal Record 64598 Kreisler plays the delightful "Rondino" Arranged by Kreisler himself on a Besthoveen theme, a remarkable success is predicted for this fascinating melody. It has an indescribable charm, and a rhythm and piquancy which will appeal strongly to all lovers of violin music. Victor Red Seal Record 64600 Caruso sings "La Procession." Louise Homer heard in two delightful numbers. Selections by McCormack', Gluck and Farrar and 70 others including 8 instrumental duets, solos and quariet 4 monologue recitations from "Dickens" 2 musical comedy song hits 1 amusing Lander Record 2 charming concert numbers 4 children and educational selections 13 songs of tlie past Dealers in Every Town and City Berliner Gram-o-phone Company, Limited Lenoir Street, Montreal 2 delightful marimba band selections 2 exquisite pipe organ numbers 12 tuneful dance records 4 attractive orchestral selections 2 corking; saxophone offerings 2 melodious whistling solos 20 highly-popular songs One Price from to Coaat CLARESHOLM (From the Review-Advertiser) A meeting of the ratniuiyora or the Ufte school was held on Wed- nesday. It vras declilou 10 build an ad- dition to the present building to make provisions for a second toucher. A dis- trict Buclt as the Star Mm- is. should have a consolidated school, und could have, if the proper stops were taken to secure one. The only obstacle, is tho Ignoran'ce ot tho ratojiayi-rs of the ad- vantages to be gained by consolida- tion.. Mr. W. W. Boyd has 'UiliHted in Ihe Forresters battalion and will be leav- ing in a few days for overseas service. Mrs. Wannamaker and Mr. elms. Murray of Carmangay, havo both talt. en positions on the Edmonton leaching staff. The Vance, MASON RISCH, LIMITED The Home of the Victrolii .Balmoral Block 5th Street South WAR We believe the consuming public should be advised of the shortage of small fruit in the producing districts, East, West and South. It is not our wish to scare the housewife into preserving fruit before it is at its best in quality or lowest in price. We are wholesalers only and we have buyers in all the producing districts of Ontario, British Col-r umbia, Washington and Oregon and we are passing the information oii to you just-as we get it first hand from our representatives. Early in the Ihe indications were for a good crop every- where, but mnv we leai-n that we will have the smallest crop of small fruit in years. This year it is not so much a question of p'rlce as It Is to secure, the fruit. weeks ago we warned'-you to buy apricots as that was your best opportunity. Those who heeded- our-warning secured their apricots but those whirdidn't cannot.secure thein HOAV at any price. We endeavor to the best of our ability to tall you each week what fruits are at their best and when to buy to best advantage. This week will see Transcendent Crabapplec at their best, both In price and quality. The Transcen- dent crab Is the finest pickling and preserving crab grown. We advise you to buy these now. Hyalop cra'bs for jelly will not be at their best for about two weeks.- We will tell you when. This week and next will be your best opportunity to buy Bartlett Pears, as we are advised from all sources that Wash- ington will finlshe with Bartletts next week, excVpt from a districts and the prices will rule higher. B. C. Bartletts are very scarce and prices, will be high.. T Kindly'bear In mind that we are giving you'thls' information exactly as we get it from reliable sources and It is on this information that WA bale our purchases. Lethbridge Mercantile Co.. Ltd. Scott Fruit Company, Ltd. Plunkett Savage, Lethbridge, Ltd. Spend Labor Day at Lethbridge Monday Next, September 4th PARADE TS and PINCHER CREEK (From the licliu) Misses Ethel Terril, Dora Marion Dobbic. Kdith Deinp- ster, Eliza Gareau and Kdith McDon- aid, left on Saturday night last to at- tend Normal School at Calgary. L. O. Norton, of Hill Spring, was up before Magistrate Cliri.il in on August 12, for fishing out of season. Accord- ing to the statement of tho accused ho was one of a party of a govern- rnent bridge building and claim- j cd to have had a government permit 1 to I'ish at any time in other years and didn't think lie was breaking the law I on the occasion referred to. However, tho 'Magistrate didn't sec, it that way and he was fined S10 and costs. F. W. Gotlsal and- CJ. W. Patterson, of Lethbriclge. both of the Alpine Club of Canada, climbed Gould's dome, 10.159 feet, on August 15th. They drove from Cowley through the Livingstone Gail to the "mouth of Dutch Creek, 42 miles, and then rode one horse in turn for 2S miles to where Dutch Creek comes out of the ground near the base of Gould's Dome. They saw many slleep getting near enough to photograph them. There are extensive Alpine mea- dows on the Divide at the head of Dutch Creek, which were ablaze with color, some varieties of flowers having passed, others coming on, also acres of wild onions. The trail is a good deal blocked with fallen trees. John Heddrick, the 12-year old son of Mrs. Robert Heddrick, of Dry Fork, was thrown off a horse on Tuesday, and got his leg brcken. He was brought in to the hospital and is doing as well as possible. Ed. Legrandeur, of Brociret, receiv- ed a pleasant surprise last when the Peigan Indians made him a pres- ent of an Overland car purchased from H. Gunn, as a token of esfeem and in recognition of his valuable services in connection with the Indian farm operations. Mrs. (Dr.) .1. .K Giliespie and child- ren and Miss Millar, who have been at Spencerville, Orit.. since the spring, have returned home, Capt. Giliespie came down from -Sarcee on Saturday and met them. He is here on furlough. AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, LETH BRIDGE, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL AND P ATRIOTIC SOCIETIES OF THE CITY. Iii the Morning' the Parade Will Slitrl sit 9.30 untl Prizes will be Given for BEST DECORATED NATIONAL FLOAT, UNION FLOAT, MERCHANTS FLOAT, I5KKT FLOAT OF ANY DESCRIPTION, BEST DECORATED AUTOMOBILE. 'BEST NATIONAL CHAR- ACTER ON FOOT, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, AND BEST COMIC BAND. All entries for Parade to be sent to A. E. Fl LMER, Herald Office, Lethbridge. The Programme of Sports WILL INCLUDE {From-the Sun) The residents of the Black Spring Ridge and Bowville have been taking a keen interest in rural mail delivery since the posi offices in these districts were.closed a ago, and judging from the 'communications re- ceived from the post on ice inspector's office at Calgary they are confident of having rural mail delivery in a short time. The route lias been approved j and last spring tenders were received for carrying the mail over it. font as the amount allowed for the route bv the government is ?G12.00 a year, and the lowest tender was ?7SO.OO, the mat- ter was dropped for the time. However a nieeting was held' recently at Bow- ville and the farmers living on the route have guaranteed to pay the mail carrier the difference between i and and have notified the offic- 1 ials to that effect. This was the only I difficulty standing in the-way of a mail delivery and now that this is set- tled the residents' of these districts have reason to expect the government to put the system in operation .afc once. Mr. Geo. Evans, of Bowville, is carrying on negotiations with the post office officials. The residents of the district immediately north of Bowville are also malting a strong bid for rural i itiaii delivery, and the officials stated thai, they are willing to givp two I routes to one man although this prat- tice is not customary This would give a man a year for two routes. The service Vill be HANERSS AND RUNNING RACES, COWBOY RACES, FOOT RACES, TUG-OF-WAR (Five a BABY SHOW, FIRST AID COMPETITION, (Team and NAIL DRIVING COM- PETITION, BICYCLE RACES ETC. ALL ENTRIES FREE. All entries to be sent to G. M. HARRIS, Gem Barber Shop, Lethbridge. SEE PROGRAM FOR PRIZE LIST For Information About Stampede Apply Hyssop Bros., Letkbridge, Famous KiSties Band of 30 pieces in Attendance Admission, 5Oc Children Free For further Information apply to H, MORRIS, Secretary, (Alexandra Hotel, J. M. RITCHIE: President: G. M. HARRIS, (Chairman of A, E. FILMER, (Chairman of Parade and F of R. BARROWMAN, W. HAWKINS, R. McCALLUM, or A. ALLFORD AND c. PEACOCK. THE RED CROSS SOCIETY AND THE I. O. D. E. WILL SUPPLY THE REFRESHMENTS ON THE GROUNDS, AND THE PATRIOTIC SOCIETY WILL RECEIVE 10% OF THE NETT PROCEEDS Big Dance in evening1 in K. of P. HijU, Auspices .of Barbers' Union VULCAN (From the Advocate) Frank Anderson, Geo. Clever and Dan -Harper, of Champion, were visit- ors in Vulcan last Saturday and left about hern at the Mounted Pol ice barracks for the Attorney Gener- al's Department. I These three gentlemen were out shooting ducks a weelr ago last Sunday and, were caught by the game warden with shooting on Sunday; (and out of season. Mr. Clever was the only one who was '.iot clever enough to hide his game and was found with three nice ducks. Corao again boys, you are as welcome at the police bar- racks as at the dances in the new op- era house, Ferrodale school re-opened on Mon- day, August 2lst, with Miss- Fair, of Innlsfail. in.eharge of the Intermediate room in place of Miss Tector, re- turned to England at the end of last terra. Lomond has a weekly journal, and although at present only small in size, it is a very creditable sheet. Mr. Rae L. King is as we happen to know thia gentleman for some time past, we can assure the Lomond people they have selected ah honest and cap- able journalist and printer. Chevrolet from Wilmot Henderson of Bow Island. There has arrived this week a whole car of lumber for the building of gran- aries on land now being farmed under the supervision of Peter Weatly. Alec. is lining up with the other Progressives, and making ar- rangements to build a 20x40 structure near the store of the Southern Alberta Hardware Co. The new Methodist parsonage is now nearing completion. Most of the work on this has been done by the Rev. H. S. Bird, and the appearance of the building Is not only a credit to him personally but to the town also. Geo. Lamas has' purchased the prop- erty adjoining his meat shop with the intention of erecting a first class resi- dence thereon. K. Brown, the I.H.C. man has sold up to the present 32 binders this season. Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your Home BURDETT (From the Bow Island Review) Mr. Del Anderson arrived here on Tuesday from Kansas. Jim Lynns shipped in a big steam threshing outfit this week from Cards- ton. C. Bnmsdale started cutting wheat, on Tuesday on the Wall work farm near town. Mrs, S. T. Elford and Family return- ed on Tmtftey Cram n visit to Nebras- ka. Emerson..Itowraftap .purchased a BOW ISLAND (From the'Review) Excellent prices were realized, at E- C. Gage's auction sale on Thursday, August 17th, the stock especially sell- ing exceedingly well. A team of mares, with mare colt, sold for One three-year old mare sold for and a cow fetched W. BniHSilale and Olson Bros., south of Burdett, started cutting wheat on Monday. Joe Beard and Iver Peterson bought a Runiely Oil Pull this week from A. Swennumson, John Christopherson, of Wirinifred, purchased ihis week a. Gray-Dort from S. G. Jamieson. For the first time since July 1st, the .bar of the Hotel "lilyrtle" was open on Monday. Geo. (H. Ridgedale has had the whole the interior repainted and varnished, new fittings have been installed', and a large stock of soft drinks, etc., is now taking the place of those formerly on sale. A number oE Austrians skipped their jobs on the P. R. one day last week, with the intention, presumably, of working in the harvest fields. They were rounded upf by the Mounted Pol- ice and taken: before Justice Brown, who fined each of them and costs for breaking their contract. DENY THIS REPORT Ottawa, Aug. of de- partments here deny a. report that United States fishing vessels in Nor- thern Pacific waters have been black- listed nnd that the Canadian >goveni- ment is refusing to furnish supplies to United States fishing vesseln unless thflir catch is brought 'Canadian Pure and Wholesome MILK Clarified and Pasteurized The Crystal Phone 1-576 V ;