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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING H THE HERALD JOB. DEPARTMEN LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best day totel hi Siberia Two brands with but a single aim Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Taylor Made Flour Better Bread Just Received--A Full Description of Car Fruit Is to arrive is your climu'c lo gel; Fruit Cheap PLUMS liiirbanks.. Columbia; Lombards. sous. elc. All first class fruit; APPLES No. 1 Duchess and nor CRAB APPLES Lm-ge cases; Trunscondants and Florence varie- ties; per case PEARS lUirlleits. Flemish lleauties, HoVell's and Clapp's Favorite: per Xo. 2. same varieties; per-case tjirso lug weighing 50 pounds at least; same binds, also a few Astrachnns: RIPE TOMATOES la Peach Boxes; (inly 44 boxes of Per .85c. Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 CITY AND DISTEICT Councillors Enlist The village.of .Frank has contrlb j uted Uvf out of three councillors to j the Dunlop and' Stene. Bread Sc per Loaf OWING TO THE DROP IN PRICE OF .FLOUR .WE ARE NOW OLD PRICE-FIVECENTS _ Bread is midc under Sanitary Conditions, by -Machine, which insures Utmost Cleanliness. THE BEST IN THE CITY. Alberta Crops.Best W. .11. dimming oi the Willard W., Gumming Co., grain and commission merchants of Calgary, paid a visit to Macleod on Friday last. Mr. Cam- j ming, who has. recently been .inspect- j insr crops in Manitoba and Saskat- chewan, has seen a number of crops in Alberta, and is of the opinion that the Alberta crops are the best he bus seen. Police Court T. H. Felger was -finpd three dollars and costs by Magistrate Elton at the Police Court this morning tor driving his auto oast a stationary street, car, while it ivas loading passengers. Mr. Felger plsaded guilty, but ssated. that j he was iznorant of the law, but his Worship stated that he should have, known better, as there had been con- siderable newspaper publicity on this point lately. MARKETS Preserving and Pickling Ladies who are preserving and pickling find many of the necessary and useful ar- ticles required in our stock. Our Spices are carefully se- lected and kc.pl under proper conditions. Spices; etc. Sealing Wax Jar Rings Corks (all sixes) Gummed Labels The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited WEATHER 5'J 60 50 58 51 '52 Lethbridge, clear Tint-most, clear Calgary, cloudy Macieod, clear...... Medicine Hat, lair Prince Albert, fair Uegiua, cloudy Brandon, cloudy Winnipeg, uvir Kamloops I'enliclon Edmonton, clear I Saskatoon, clear i Moose Jaw, clear i Portage la Praiiio 'port Arlhur, cloudy Nelson...... Grand Forks SS 55 i Weather over the prairie provinces hns been mostly line and warm. FORECAST: Generally-fine and J-warm today and on Wednesday, but light showers in a few localities. Men 'of Sedentary haliits find R'exali Orderlies the ideal ac- tion being -senile and natural. Sold only by J. D. Hieinbotham t Co. Ltd., The Rexall Store, 1.0c, Soc, 50c. boxes. 82 SI 63 86 52 87 96 80 91 91 93 S-l 86 62 76 48 9-1 lil !IO 82 .50 -12 82 52 .02 TUESDAY'S GRAltf PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. M.-Opening and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today .were Oct..................... I May Oct.'.................... Open Close 871- SJi 87i 93J 87 You'can be absolutely our lift is TURB-it is 'pas- teurizerl and always carefully, .handlea. Let us deliver yeu-a' bottle i tomorrow morning: HIE Crystal Dairy Ofl; 13TH STREET SOUTH PHONE'1576. CITY AND DISTRICT Recruits at Frank Blairmore Enterprise: Frank get 2. soo'd clearing out on Monday and Tuesday by the recruiting qfficers. The following bovs, enlisted: Fred 1 Ail not, J.'Litfle, Davy: Moore, Gerald Gardner, Daniel Stene, T. Crawford, Fred Hanley, Samuel Wallace, J. Johnson, Jack "Huttqn (of Joe and several others, all for-the 50th. 1 .Death of Infant The death' occurred in the city on Suudav of the fo.ur-and-ahalf montlia bid son of and Mrs. E. A. Hol- Lbrook. 1256 Sixth avenue A South, iTKe-furferal- was .held-yesterday after- jnaop.--from-.thW" residence, Hev. G. H. I'Cohbledick officiating. Sept 1-1 'Hec............................ _ New Doctoral Reserve May Dr." leaves Macleod MINNEAPOLIS.tt'H'ZAT pu .Monday .with his family, for tie; Sept. 34; Sept. Oot. is: 44 WINNIPEG-CASH PRK- Crop- Mo. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... Oats- No. 2 C. W............ No. 3 C. W................. Extra Eo. 1 Fee4 No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 1 Kceil i NT. W. C........... No. 2 C. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT 433 DH 92J 36J 341 3-4-J- 33J 321 -55 43 it 40" A Tyrolean Warbler Would you like to have1 one ofi tliese pets'i We are sure you par- ticularly1 if it is FREE, ,We tell- you how-to obtain; one. in piper. ye'ry'-: '-Interesting sight for the "Kiddies" (grown ups too) is a T? at all'd1' Mother "Wanbier 'and their baby windows. J. D. Higinbptham Co., Ltd. The Rexall Store Lethbridge Alberta Grows Fine Crop of Apples on Farm Near Raymond To re-plant seeds of Yellow Trans- parent apples from Utah in Alberta soil and reap a crop of the delicious fruit thai was so. heavy as lo weigh down tbe trees was the experience oi Dan of Raymond, whose or- chard is the object of' amazed admir- ation of all who see it. Dan was eating down in Utah one day and the bright Idea struck him of saving the seeds and planting them on his farm at Jtagratn. He did so. Result, a big harvest of fine-looking apples. Hunt. Penne- falher of Ibe Monnled Police, who happened to be down in tnau section the other day, orchard and brought some samples oi the fruit back to show, th'i" Herald.. "It is the" first time In my Jo years of'residence in the said the of- ficer, "that I ever saw apples grow- ing here.- I wouldn't believe II ml I Moldnim- Krows Ihe frull through'the process of "budding in, and has made a bv; success of it. Better Crops Here Lands in Illinois Illinois, ".H. known al- the fat-of the land, and a goodly por tion oj this avoirdupois spreads itself in the broad acies surrounding I Bloomington. Land there 'from to 5300 an-acre. Here is what loseph Beam, of Bloomington Transfer Phonel3Sia Lettuce, lah. tb 20c. a doz. ito Ottawa to study the Canadian sye Onions, groin, lac. to 20c. a doz.1' bunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a dot. bunch- E. Green peas, per cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to Me. Carrots-per cwt.-, S1.50. Beels, per cwt.. Turnips, per cwt., New potatoes, per Ion, dozen. Cabbage, per cwU 75c. to 51.00. Corn on to 25c, doz. Cucumbers, 25c to. 40c. per doz. Livcotpck and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to liic: Fat cows, ai to 6C. killing wethers, tit. killing ewes, Sic. Select 250 res., 6jc. Live I8c. per No.-i iowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 13 to lie. Fresh gathered egjs 17c. 'per doz. No. 1 farmers': dairy 20c. LIVESTOCK PRICES YEjSTEROAY 1825, Steers 1650, Cons Hsifera Chfaaifo-Hetf Cattle, terns of assigned pay- and pensions The ancient colony has raised a battalion of H70, now in Egypt, whi e over 2000 fishermen of Newfoundland have'joined the navy. PERFUMED CLEANS AND DISINFECTS MADE IN CANADA over there, v here, even on fcettei m in the ea i j the .alfalfa raised II unirngatal 'an1 i 'iir I have ever States' Beam owns a section of at Magrath and ib ariangmg to lbi.y more. He predicts an early rise m the price of Alberta laud. FRENCH SPORTING CELEBRITIES FIGHT ENEMY IN THE AIR Buy Your LUMBER In Carload Lots At Wholesale Prices The smallest car holds feet.- -i- Almost ans three or four parties can unite and at least one car Igacr __-r_. Phone or write E. R. J. Forster 628 10th Strut South Phone 1M3, Lethbrldgej This phologiaph was taken at a Ftcnch aero base in Ncr- Ihern France The figure on the left is beorge Cprpentier, the famous and to him is Somes, champion French cyclist Somes had brought down a German aviator in an exut- ing aerial battle just before the photograph was taken. Would >ou not like to have nice little of your a live Weekly Newspaper, and nil the I'rintmg for i