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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING j IT THE HBitAlD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor J 'Two brands with but a single aim Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Taylor Made Flour Better Bread Direct from the Growers ia Okanagan Valley, B.C. A Car of Choice Mixed Fruit TO ARRIVE-ABOUT WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY THIS WEEK We lind ii virostiyiiiji-lliai'it ctiutninocl tlio following assort- ment: easos Apples, 150 eases -Cnih Apples, i: rules Phi ins, 92 lYnrs mid 44 eases .Ripe Tomatoes. V v-Jni unn.l Trull at low uriccs set some of this. We lire told (list the Apples are uon-. ,f yo.i vain. thaii some, B. C. Apples which are irrigated. Further particulars when Tuesday, this store will close at 12 o'clock noon. Do your .hopping .early.. GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Fhtne The communion and reception ser i, i vice will be iiein Sabbath morn- The-Sunday school of the churcn District visitors will make their 1 will resume its regular winter mfk next Sunday. The school will me.t evening a Labor Oay n three o'cluci in.the aiternoon. be preached. The. regular The ,neeting CITY AND DISTRICT On Business Here M. J. Scon, master mechanic of tlie JC. P. R. at Calgary, is In the city 011 'official business. Open Till 23k Beginning on the first of the mouth, the local C.P.R. .telegraph of- jfice will remain open till 23k, instead of dosing at 21 o'clock. A High River Adolph Nelson, a farmer in the High River district since 1905, is dead. He came r.o Alberta from Mon- tana. To Threih Soon C. S. Noble, who cui his oats last week, wil'i commence threshing this eek with three' outfits. His oats ill average between 90 and 100 bush- 'is to the acre. Toronto Divine at Knox Rev. A. Logan Geggie, pastor of the Dunn avenue Presbyterian church, one of the largest congregations in Toronto, occupied the" pulpit of Knox i The meeting oi yesterday morning, and inspir- vice resumed next Wednesday ,i board will te held! ed a large assemblage with a cheerful evening. after this set- I .T ;d ...vcning, September 7th. i message, earnestly and effectively de- vice a mertim; oi the officers and, ,chool will meet next livered. He emphasized particularly teaches of the Sunday school will te tie-.a imt chief feature ot tho Christian held j o'-lock in the aiternoon. The Pro-j religion, and the main purpose of the The Ladies' Alii, will meet m Thcoll ymmi: Ladies' Class wi school room oi tiie cUurch on "hurs- j dav afternoon at three o clock. Westminster Icctcrs -tor systematic giving will call; Preserving and Pickling Ladies 'who are preserving and pickling will find many of the necessary and useful ar- ticles required in our stock. Our Spices are carefully se- lected and kept under proper conditions. Spices, etc. Sealing Wax Jar. Kings Corks (all sizes) Gimimed Labels The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Pioneer Lethbridge District Passes Away -Hosts of friends in this city am; -district will mourn.the loss of one of the oldest and highly-respected resi dents in the person of .Mrs. Jlnry Mol lov, who died on Saturday afternoon llVs. Molloy, with her sons, Jlichae and Patrick, have resided in this dis trict since 1SS7, tlieir home at ore seat being located at Picture Butte. The deceased. is survived by two daughters, v'Mrs.McInnes and Mrs. 0 Handley and six son- three 'of wliEjpisreoiiiG in the. States Andrew 2.C., and -Patrick fXUUK-V. UL and -Michael of Picture Butte. The' funeral will be held: Tuesdiis morning at 3.30 from the Church. Goes to Foremost lolin 1. FuWon, ledser keener at th High River branch of the Unio' Bank, has been transferred to th Foremost branch. re-' pulpit, was to was optimistic; it brought brightness hope anil cheer. Mr. Geg'gie has a marked Scotch, accent, which the charm of his pulpit His personality- is' attractive, and behind the sacred desk he possesses The" choir will'meet on Friday ev- i "e cnini lull attendance 01 the u i uie aoncu ..w hers is reo.uested.-Thr choir will re- t-rvice oi intercession.! a winning and striking manner that organize ioi tie'coming year and will; rte regular s.ruce oi iaterest of his congregation. ,t the services next will he held on Weunesaa; evening at, .__ Briton: throughout his eight, o'clock. Uei-mon he gave evidence of Ms deep st- patriotic fervor. Lethbridge will be A vestry meeting will held in L, to heaj robust and. vir- tue vestry on Tuesday evening at 8; diviue again. service of., intercession Sunday. At -t Andrew s ThJ'senior Christian Endeavor will meat' tomorrow evening at 8 o clock, gUDJ be held op. AYednesdav. evening at ot'eieM o'clock hall. on "Wednesday evening as usual. S "Elilnii and the Prophets _ bAn'lcc f'rean, will be given] The mid-wecs prayer service will be Uv the Young and-Young Lad-; held as usual on Wednesday evening ies' Bible classes of the church on j at .P-Kht o'clock .in.the church. Thnrsilay evening. A program of Jta; _Ypung. Feovlejs meeting and InuTaUaV CV CUlltK. -T- aic "he given" and all are cordial- Iv welcomed At f The "different .sect ions of the Ladies' A id. are. requested to meet in th? choir' practice will" be held on Friday e ening at eight o clock At Christian Ihe Peoples Societv TUll tneit tonight in the church at eight MARKETS n clock Busuess jnening j Ite'Ladi-s -ocirtv-will meet and and social time. at the home of Mrs Farrow on Wed The intercessory sfivice will te I n-sJaj aiternoon Praver meetins will he .held MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES mnipes, Man., Aug. Opening and closing prices-on the local grain exchange today were: Open 89% e nercessor irice will held on Wedneiday evening at fight it- on o'clock. All those who purpose unit- j rag mth tlie chute1- next Sabbath are j to he oresent Hednesdav e enin he at eight i busi ne s nwatllig oi tue board will fol low (CRYSTAL BRAND Made The Crystal Daii'j'Co. j Limited, UETHBSIEX5E ATTEMPTED BURGLARY "Earmond, Alia., -Aug. at- tempt ins made the other e ening to FREE! FREE! ...With every 25o pur- chase of School Sup- plies W will give.a BULER FREE December Su% October SSVi Barley September 46 October October M3 December Closing Cash Prices Close 88% S8 33% Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridfe Hotel. force en entrance into the of j William Blair Co., .druggis's, .hut eft'et'X fruitless effort to.-1 nick the lock, .the culprit made bis exit, ap- parently taking noth ng witn him Ihe would-be thief Tis evirteiilly a no- x ce at the game "nd it liken tnat the attempt on. the safe of the Peip grass mantel the "ame wos made bv him In bo h establii'iracD there was money in tie sates and It Is th mht ihe a a'lhough badh pull'd off del1 erate1 planned No- 1 Northern No. 2 Northern Crop) Mo i c. w. No. 3 C. W........ No. 3 C. W........ Ex. No. 1 Feed 1 Feed Crop) No. 3......... No 4 Peed......... No. 1 N. W. C. .i No. 2 C. W. VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTIED 1. CHAPLIN A SON i S4h St. SCHOOL SUPPLIES With eveiv one dol- lai s woith of School Supplies'vre vill give one ticket to TARLAND FREE! S4-Js "1> 35% 33 33 32 31 47 43 40 143 140 A Tyrolean Warbler Would .yon like have one ofi ithcse boanicifnl pets? W.e are -sure yon. par- ticularly if it ;is anclrif yon we will yon ho'w, J. D. Higinbotham Go., Ltd. The Rexall Store Lethbridge Alberta ?g "need it in your kitchen Your Crocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy It Will Pay You Eliison Hilling and Elevator ltd. I Government Buy All Grain Aug! views over "a proposal of K. W. Riley.' lot ihc government to'take over the en- ALBERTA RAILWAYS ORDRERING MATERIALS Que., Aug. W Butler vice-president of the Canau CITY AND DISTRICT E.hllets at Calgary Sidney Bligh, a former well-known resident of has enlisted in the Army Medical Corps, at Calgary. Another Banker Enlists Alex. II. Watt, who has been teller In the Bank of Commerce at Nanton about two years, has enlisted in the Battalion at Calgnrj Inspect South Line Supt. '..wlillier ot the C.P.R. went south iius to foutts on a trip of inspection He will go west w.w toaiifeht -yid east to Fore- mo toinopron O H pre- siden of tlte Board Trade is ac- hiin Yeoman to Orainize Lodge G 0 SjOltll d strict deputy of the eomen, of -Alberts' is In the citj loqking up members pf the Yeo- men Lodef ot America a view of orgariizmg to riding .a fieight train from Kinn into the "city. His -Worship allowed them to go on condition'that'they would get out'of town and e, Jca o- to get work as soon .is possible Thev agreed with great alacrity Collecting-Seed Grain Money Paimers In the district, ivho were furnished with seed spring hi the Dominion government are now in receint of a circular letter from J Bruce Wa'ksr, commiss-oner of immi- gration at Winnipeg who v as in charge of the distribution. The cir- cular intimates to the farmers that the, money due on sce-1 grain is-.col- lectable when their crops are sold. Arrangements have been mode by the government with tliei respective grain purchasing Inteiests and rail- way lompames (these being the ag ents of the gov eminent for this pur pose) under which there wnl be_ sat off or secured agalnut th' iiloceeds of the grain Marketed bv >ou the am- ount due bv vou ins lecelpt of.the elevator repiesentative or the mem her of the Drain Growers' association or other licensed or of the railway colnpanv (which will en- dorse the amount payable to the gov- ernment on the bill ot lading--In the case of grain shipped by the griivvr before sale! wnl be delivered, and will be evidence that the farmer Is entitled to a discharge ofythc Hen 01 mortgage Theae receipts will be on forms furniahe'd b the government to the grain pursnasirg and shipping interests Information as to the am- ount of the advan-es and particulars of location of the land charged with payment will be in tho poesesslon of these respective interests at the points at crop IB marketed t i LUMBER For Sale in Carload Lots v Direct from Mill to Consumer T lime Two Feet for sale this fall At Wholesale Price. -i- x Phone or write'- E. R. J. Forstcr Mr. Would you not like to nice little buatneas ot your own, a live Weekly Newspaper, and all the Printing for two villages, and olg dlstnct'' That business on Hie market for-i .horftlme to.- a quick Nol t amount of ii teaulred or farm property in the might be on netl Write for full 'particulars i' are interwfed 1 Box SD The Herald, Lothfcridge, Altf. A ;