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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -PMC TO Ai. TlUINi Whiitoor J 11.25 a Diy Holtl in 4, O The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHIN IN LCTHBHIMMI The DaUas Hotel l> But and Most Cr.nvlif Unt PIsc. to SUy comfortable. specialize in tins kind'of thins and can fit you out right. Corns in and look U over anyway. Preserving BLUEBERRIES are now at their beat-and is tho time to preserve them, tNji Price Her basket.................... RHUBARB, exiru special for a only, price pounds for........'----- RED RASPBERRIES; the season is almost over, lint a few are still arriving daily. Trice per crate................... APRICOTS from Washington. Tills week will see tlio I'inlalt-of these. Prtco per weeks'he operated here.' It is likejy that McGregor will be taken to Mac- leod and Nelson to face the charges there, after the Lethbrldgc cases have been dealt with. Induction at Noble The induction o[ Rev. R. Simpson to the 'pastoral charge of Noble took place yesterday afternoon at Noble in the school house. Rev. Mr. Aitchison, of Pincher Creek, moderator of th-a Presbytery of Macleod, presided, and preached the induction sermon, after which Rev. Mr. Simpson was formally inducted and given the right hand of fellowship by th-a memb'erg of the Presbytery. Rev.- R. Boyle, of Macleod, addressed tlie newly-inducted minister in regard :o his duties, and the congregation was addressed by Rev. A. G. Camer- At the close of the service, the members of the congregation shook hands with their now minister. Weapons of Franco-German War The Herald today was presented with an old battle scarred weapon which hag seen service in the Franco- German war of 1870. Some time ago, while R. A. Wright was in the East, ho secured one hundred of thesa wea- the Dominion "government, had se- cured them in some manner. Mr. Wright thought they would be very acceptable as curios and brought tbe !i mid red back with him and has add- ed 'them to Ills stock. They are ns formidable looking as they are old, and'will make a Jilce addition to any- jcdy's collection of curios. WINSTON MAY COME London, .July Hon. Win- ston, Churchill will decide within a day or two regarding n visit to Can- Ada during the Parliamentary vaca- :ion. There ia hut one consideration that now prevents his accaulaticc of tin) invitation from Canada. In the event of arrangements being satisfactorily made, the First Lord of i Admiralty would leave during tho Irst week la -Augunt. Harvest Tools Alfalfa Forks Four tine, Strap Ferrules Bundle Forks 75c. Strap Ferrules, Bent Handles Grass Scythes 75c. Grass Snaths 90c. Scythe Stones lOc. Grindstones Mounted Stafford-Agnew Co. "If you live out oJ town, write us." When using paints apply the best, Minerva Pure Prepared Paint For exterior and use, has a record of seventy-eight years. 1