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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILli Hotel Windsor BesttUSidayhotellillterti I Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment Week-End Specials of the season, cut any else you want. Per pound ...............8c FANCY SWEET 20 found crates, I) a's several varieties, per pound......zoo Per basket 1'er orate, I baskets SOUR pound crates, B. preserving: special per crate RED Dints, 2 baskets for.'.SSc 4-5 quarts, each BLACK quarts, 2 baskets..36c Washington and B. C. Lowest market price. HEAD ....................IOC FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ARRIVING THE GOOD CO. Sto- 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Delivered Daily all 'parts of tke city We guarantee to rtgardlnf your RATES 10 daily.... per month M Ib.. dally...- JO per montli Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163- The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cool >vith showers in Manitoba and Saskatche- wan ;.also sonic light frost at a tew ____ I places. FORECAST Manitoba Mostly Hamilton Ont July Dr. Har- ,-air ami cool today and Saturday. v Williams practicing dentist, was i Saskatchewan and Alberta fair not and killed today in the office of today, a little higher temperature on Victor ROSE, by a man named I Saturday. Holmes Holmes entered the office and fired five shots at Dr. WilSanis. [e then turned the weapon on him- elf'aiHl committea luicide. Dr. nil- ams was substituting for Dr. Rose, vho is at -present at Grarenhurst, nd was. occupying the-latter's office ti his absence Later the assassin KSS identified as Hedgewood Holmes, resident 01 Iravenhurst: -His- motive remains a lystery. Potted Planta, Vegetables Florists Frache Bros. u-- We Write HAIL INSURANCE In Reliable Com- panies with GEJfEEOTJS ADJUSTMENTS or write us and we will call en OENERAL INSURANCE AND C. f B. LANO AGENTS. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG, PHONE 1343. k Letiibridse, cloudy Edmonton, fair 63 Saskatoon, cloudy 55 Kcgina, cloudy 53 Winnipeg, cloudy ok Port Arthur, cloudy 4S Nelson Calgary, clear oo Macleod, clear i" JJedieine Hat, Jail M Kamloops''. 90 M BIRTHS Wednesday, June 30th, to Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Good, a son. MARKED DEATHS Gait Hospital on July ls.t, Margaret Browning (Wee Peggy! aged 3 years, 7 months; 1209 4th Ave, South. CITY AND DISTRICT Musicians Meet The regular meeting of Local 497, Musicians' Union, will be held in the Lahor Tempie, Sunday next, at 3 p.m. Carload of Steers _ ___ i Hopkins Newton shipped in a I carload of prime steers bought from FRIDAY'S GRAIN -PRICES j c. Haley of Cardston today. Winnipeg, July 2 Opening and losing pricesvon the gram exchanges i Leaving for. Pinoher odav were I Han Glazier, who_has been m the Open Close emploi of H. A. McSniojr for a nnm- i 31 l 33 ber of jears, leaves shortly for Pincu- 103 1 Oii i er Creek 1 04 1 Oif SATURDAY SPECIAL IN JERGEN'S SOAPS "hese are high grade, nicely perfumed Toilet made by the Andrew Jergens Co, of Perth. Ont., and are regularly sold at 35c and 40c per box. Saturday only 25c per box The Red Cross Drag Book Co., THE NYAL QUALITY STORE SWISS BRICK lino that -handling regularly from novt on. Voryx tine in Alhorta. Per pound... ,25c COTTAGE in 3 pounds for ...........................-35c HOT HOUSE Per pound..............................25c GREEN the pod, von' tende Special per pound.. GREEN managed to sot some good ones, good for cooking or 3 pounds lor...........................25c RED stock; very fine; per basket NEW pounds for ............25c IT'S TO BE HAD WE HAVE IT. 525 TOLL OF SHIPS London, July the month of June PS British ships aggregating slightly more, than tons, were .sunk by submarines or mines, with the loss of 111 lives....... "STOVER" SAYS "OUR BEST' Oct Dec 59i 501 City Band Rerearsal The City band will hold a rehearsal 43J at the band rooms. Fourth street, i nest Sunday, of a programme that Jul 1 31J be given in Gait Gardens on Sun- WIN'NIPEG CASH PRICES day evening, weather permitting. O'jd bandsmen are invited to the 1 32f i Dana Tnere are several instruments 1 39j still not itt'use. 125J o. 1 Nor. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. Oats- No 2 C W No i 0 W, Xo 1 H. W. C. No. 2 C. W. CHICAGO Wheat- July 1 OH Sept 1.02 MlffNEAPOLIS July l-2fri Sept.........1 03i Dec ...........1 041 Becomes Choirmaster of Wesley -Rl i Mr Claude Hughes, who delighted the choir and congregation of Wesley church two weeks ago, has definitely accepted the musical leadership of Wesley church, duties to commence on August 1. The choir will meet to 151 1.51 1.04 1.31ft 1.05J 1.06 in New The business college closed tor somtner -vacation. O opening JIB for the fall term on An Mt 30, they will occupy the uppe floor of the Telegram building HAIL Insurance If a com- pany makes Literal AdJttWments and prompt Apply to H, Macbeth Agency 111 iui LETHiRIOGE HAY 10.00 1400 11.00 '900 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat, per bus........t 1.01 Oaats, per bus...... .41 Plal, per bus 1 21 Barley, per bus. 51 BUYING PRICE FOR No. i timothy, baled, ton. No: 2 timothy, haled, ton. No 1 pr baled ton No 2 prairie, baled, ton BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc to 12i4c per !b Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, loc to 290 a doz Potatoes, Alberta, 60c. to 76c. a-DI.B Radishes, 20c. a doz. bunch- !B 2c. to 3c. per Ib. Spinach, oc to 8c per Ib Turnips, old, II 50 a cwt No Sympathy for German Unionists night for- practice for the Dominion Day and Fourth' of July services, which will be held next Sunday. Ar- rangements for music for July will also be made. Labor Leader Coming James. C. Waters of Ottawa, presi- dent of the Trades and Labor Con- gress of Canada, will visit the city, and speak to the 'labor men in the Starland Theatre, on Sunday ev- ening, at 8.30. Mr. Waters is making a tour of the country in the interests of the labor men, and will no doubt ,'gne an interesting address. Those who are interested !n labor questions !are invited to.attend this meeting. Nature Out-Bone To heat .the -.creations of Na- ture is .-next to the impossible, and yet one little whiH of Perfume will prove to you -he- yond a doubt that -we have gone nature one better.- This won- derful preparation is the result of most experimenting and is the last word in artistic perfuming. Yucca Perfume and Toiiet Preparations will give to you that indescribable "something" that foretells refinement. TALCUM 25c EXTRACT PER OUNCE SOLD ONLY AT Monarch, Aita., July re- ports from the districts north of Monarch indicate excellent prospects and a feeling of optimism is cheering the farmers. Conditions are excel- lent, and the ideal season, combined with the first-class farming that Is the rule this year means that excel- lent yields are in store for the dis- trict, which has' in the past made many big records. L." Koole, a typical farmer of this district, who came here ten years ago from IIT.VS, a section of land which he has carefully farmed year after year. He says that in his opln- prospects are as good as any year since he first came to the coun- try, and argues that any farmer wbo farms thoroughly will be rewarded with good' crops every year. He states that in ten years ha has had only two short crops, and that even in the dry year of 1910 he took 2100 bushels of wheat oif 210 acres of summer Tallow and breaking. A glance at Mr. Koole's growing crop, which is typical of the assurance that the country surround- ing Lethbridge has In store one of the best crops in its history. Extensive Blowing is now in pro- gress in the Monarch district in pre- paration for next year's crop. The I .fact that better farming methods are being employed each year augurs wi.l [for the future of the Lethbridge dis- trict. Soldiers' Comforts Mulloy, o[ [Trooper Mulloy, of South African Tame, has sent copies-of the following songs to the Gait Chapter of the I. p. D. E., the entire proceeds of the sale of which will, go toward Soldier's Comforts. The sougs are on sale Robertson's Bookstore. "TROOPER MULLOY'S MARCH" "JOHNNY CANUTE'S THE BOY" "NURSING DADPVS MEN" "KNITTING SOXIFOR DADDY'S MEN" Words and Music byBlis. Mulloy. goc A Get a copy the nexRjitie you are (town town. Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the month of June amount to as against for June last year. The clearings for the week ending June 30 .amount to 'against 5g for the corresponding week-last London, July trade union ists of Greet'Britain today dismissed with contumely the suggestion that a %ote of be .given their Ger mm fellow trade unionists at the an- nual conference of the Federation, in session at Derby. Nellie McClung to Speak: Mrs. Nellie Ii. McClung, who is known and admired throughout Ca- nada, as the writer of "Sowing Seeds in. "The Second and other books, and who is, perhaps, .ev- ien better knonn by reason of her, fight against political cor- ruption in Manitoba, is to visit Leth- brirtge, on July 6. Mrs. McClung will address a uulilic meeting in the Jla- )3stic Theatre in the interests of the 'prohibition campaign, .and the nro- I lubitionists are inviting an opposing speaker, so that something interesting is looked for. Hioh School Alumni A oleasant function took place at the Central school auditorium last evening, when the ex-students dt the High school met for the organization of an alumni association, and for a social time. The attendance was lim- ited to ex-students, and many met for the first time in years, and talked over old times During the intermis- sion supper was served and tile busi- ness of organizing discussed It was decided to organize an ex students Th. Wn. at 11 o'clock in former, and C fc Sherlock of tne uu ler committee The date set for the reelection of officers, etc, set 4or the last Frldaj in July PRESCRIPTION ROTECTION And a Cleiar Track to Health When tlie engine of the body breaks down %nd you require the aiS of a phy.ician and me- dicine to ibririg you back to health you want to be mire tnat your course not only favor- able, but protected. Have all your prescriptions fillc-d 'by us, ,for we not only eive you the and most potent drugs, fill your prescrip- tions e-vactly as the doctor in- tended, hut in addition, we double check every prescription. This is an absolute guarantee against any mistake and assures you of receiving your medicine exactly right. Everything your favor and you have a Clear Track to Health .when Hedley puts up your .prescriptions. .CITY AND DISTRICT Treated the Band The Miners' band had a surprise durine one of their practice nights this week, in the shape of refresh- ments, the ladies of St. Andrew s church: being the donators. 'Bio Volunteer Crop j R Armstrong of Wilson Siding has'a half section of excellent wheat. This is a volunteer crop and is three feet high. Mr. Armstrong has anoth- er half -section in wheat adjoining this and the whole section of wheat is as fine a field as one could wish to see, even" 'in these times of bumper crops. Preparatory Service at-Knox Rev Victor Howe of Coalaale, will assist Rev. A. H. Denoon in the special preparatory services m the school of the church tonight, in con- nection with the communion services which will ba held in Knox church Sunday morning. Partnerthlp Dissolved N, B. Good has purchasaed the in terests of A. Kritzwiser in the "gro- cery firm of Good Co., and will henceforth be sole proprietor. Mr Kritzwiser -will leave shortly for Qu'- Appalls, Sask., where he will go into partnership with sr H. Caswell, well known grocer. Mr. Good is taking over the entire business here himself. WEINERT BEAT effective. David Lloyd George, gr-le-minister om munitions, has coh- frlynted to receive -a deputation of the who are eager to serve their in various capacities, includ- the making of ammunition. AND STATIONBRY. EXClRSION To Colemfi nd Crow's Nest UNDER THE AUSWilF WESl-EY BIBLE SCHOOL ThuA July 8 Fare, return, Fare, return, C TRAIN LEAVES TABE COME.AND ENJ! jijfl l AND LETHBRID6B A.M. THE MOUNTAINS. New York, N.Y., July Veinert of Newark outfoug oat 'Smith of San Francisco n of the ten rounds in their' bout at Ebbett's field tonight. >rt used a left jab effectively out the fight, ana had Smith after the sixth round. Weiner id 181 and Smith 186 pound George Rodel, the Boer, out Sai'lor 'Fritz- of Brooklyn, eighth round; and Jack .Hem. ered.-Battling Johnson (wh that the referee stoppi lout in the fourth round. ENGLISH MAY MAKE London July appe Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, iragist loader, that women nitted to'take a larger ,.id rnd cognired share in the organi] of the nation for war now afoot, Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE RfES TtfiN or ANY 5TICKV CATCHES Poitiea Given Half Holiday Owing to the fact that the postmen throughout the Dominion are to be given a.half holiday every day dur- ing the months of July and August, there will be no afternoon delivery of mail in the city in these months. Mail thkt is expected on this deliv- cry can be obtained from the wicket at the post office. 'Wesley Excursion July 8 Those who enjoy a -day in the mountains should not overlook the Wesley Sunday school excursion, which is to be held next Thursday, July .The train will start at Taber and will run to Coleman and Crow's Nest. Accommodation for the. pic- nicers is being made at these places, and a good time atsured for those who attend. MONDAY GROCEIlrpECIALS 20 pound sack of one pound of best qualiti loose tea for Sugar with every dollar purchase for. Boiled Per 8 pound toe Strictly Fresh Eggs; Per dozen Jelly Powders 4 for 98 pound sack of Hun. Patent Flour and one 16 tin Dggo BaJfing C Powder for ........V Mothers Creamettes Per packet Cream OheMe 2 pounds for Corn, Peas and Beans Per tin Supina 127 15th; irnt-Almond Ctndies, regu- lOc1 per.-pound', lal' per J pound' as, 2 Ib.; paelntB Starch Soap" and er; 2 tor....... ilight and Lifebuoy 11 bars for amery Butter nds for .......t.i ry nds for.......... 1 Cross "Vlnegmf :les for.......... sters, 12 oz. tine 20c 45c 25c 45c 55c 45c 35c 25c Entile Co. 'NORTH. ;