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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta t New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I Bestil.ZSaiiaylifltBMiillterta I Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment Extra Specials for Tonight Only LARGE QUANTITIES OF SOUR CHERRIES, STRAWBERRIES RED CURRANTS AND GOOSEBER- RIES ARRIVED TODAY AND ALL FRUIT MUST BE CLEARED OUT, THIS BEING SATURDAY. AS WE CARRY NOTHING OVER UNTIL MONDAY. Sour Cherries, Several Ib. crulcs, sev- eral kinds, extra special tonight, while they. last, per Or per basket........................... 50e B. C. Gooseberries, extra large-size, -big baskets, tonight only, w-hilf they last, each .-........10c Washington Strawberries, full pints., iibotlt. the lust this season. What we have left tonigljt. extra special per basket 100 Washington Red full pints. What we have loft tonight, extra special per basket 10c. A FRESH SHIPMENT OF PINEAPPLES AND RHUBARB IN TODAY. IF YOU WANT FRUIT BE SURE AND SEE US. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY IT. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phwe 525 WEATHER I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding.your ice supply. RATES 10 Iba. daily. per month MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -lulv and Lethuridge, clear........... Ill Iidmonton..................... 'jjj Saskatoon Swift Current, cloudy liO Kegina, cloudy............... 58 i clear........ -IS j Nelson I Red Deer, clear 62 i Calgary, fair.................. M> Mediciiii' Hat. (air 6-1 Prince Albert, cloudy 30 Winnipeg, fair 60 4ti .OS The weather oi the prairie-provinc- es has been mostly fair and cool, v.-ilh rain in Manitoba and Saskati-h- TORECAST local showers, but mostly iair and cool 43 14 42 .30 today ami on Sunday. itiiti closing prices on the gram exchanges: and coo, ou Sundav ami Alberta Fair today v.-ere Wheat- July Open Close i 20 Ibs. daily___52.50 per month 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. flnpictc Tllll IDID Plants, Vegetable! Frache Bros. 1-131 1.04J 1.03} Klas-. July Oct......... WINNIPEG CASH PRICKS i.3i jj CITY AND DISTRICT 1.03'. i 1.03J i Will Speak Here i Miss L. Yeomans and Fred B. Curn- of Ca'igary will-conduct the ser- 43 i vices .at the Pentecostal mission to- morrow in the Fifth avenue Baptist 1.55.1. 'church. NYAL'S SHAVING LOTION s An excellent application for soothing and refreshing the skin. A most agreeable lotion after shaving. Removes the filing of the razor and gives a delight- ful smooth -feeling to the face. Price 25c The Red Cross Drag Book Co., United THE NYAL QUALITY STORE 'MUVEE" SAYS "OUR BEST" Patriotic Sermon As tomorrow is the Fourth of July, -sad- the relation between Great Brt-1 July tain and the United States is of pe-1 Sept. culiar interest, tue Union Jack and the Stars and Stripes will both he dis- plaj ed al atfrice in Wes- ley" churcb. and Rev. Mr. Cobbledick gHe a patriotic sermon on. pre- sent day issues, including the war ag- ainst militarism and that agains Xo' 3 C. MINNEAPOLIS -.Wheat- July 1.30J Sep't. 1-05 CHICAGO 1.1H- 1.031 1.55V 1.53} 1.29 1.09 1 02 Half-Holiday Saturday Only Tbe postal .delivery men will be given a half-holiday on Saturday at-1 ternoons only, not every day, as was announced. 'Mail for delivery on Sat- urday afternoons may be obtained at the post office wickets. Orange Lodges Attend Church The members of the Ladies' Or- ange Lodge. No. 116; L.O.L. No. 1666, and L.O.L. No. 2314 are requested attend church service in the Baptist church on July 4. The members win meet at -Moose Hall at i o'clock sharp. Visiting brethren are .welcome. and showing, by request, the Altai relation of the "Alberta Liquor Act" to Dominion-wide prohibition. Charles Chaplin and Keystone Mabel at the Empress tonight. In presenting "Mania's Married a screaming Keystone and "Ethel's Dog {Bine Luck" featuring the noted star Fay Tincher, the management feels that the comedy end of the program has been well looked after at the Em press tonight. nsurance LOSSES FULL IN 'PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. EACH1 POLICY BACKED BY 'OVER ASSETS. "SEETJS. 3rd Avenue South. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat, per bus. -.......S 1.01 Oaats, per bus..............41 Flax, per bus............. 1.21 Barley, per bus... _.. .51 BUYING .PRICE FOR HAY No. -1 .'baled, ton.. 10.00 No. 2 timothy- baled, ton.. No. 1 prairie, baled- ton No- 2 prairie, baled, tpa BUYING PRICES F0R VEGETABLES Asparagus, IOC. to per Ib. Lettuce, lac. to 200. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, loc. to 20c. a doz: bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, 60c. to 75c. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- s. to 3c, ner Ib. Spinach, 5c. to Ib. Turnips, old, 81 50 a cwt._________ Win Prizes, at Big Fair The International Harvester Co. have been, awarded nine gold medals, seven grand 'prizes, three silver mort- als, three bronze medals and four medals of honor, on their displays of agricultural and dairy machinery at the Saii Francisco Exposition, Death.of Child The death occurred in the city on Thursday of Margaret Browning, aged three years, grand -daughter of Mr- ami Mrs. E. Fiddes, 1209 Fourth av- enue South. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from the resi- dence, Rev. -D. ROSS, officiating, in- terment being in tlie public cemetery. Oil Magnate Goes South Ira Segur, oil magnate, stayed over in i he city last night on his way south He stated that the MaeDougal Segur well is down 2400 feet, and when asked how. soon he expected to get oil, said, "We expected to get it before we sot. down 2400 feet." STRAIGHT HAIR MADE I CURLY WHILE YOU SLEEP I entirely new and harmless be ms.Se beautifully curly "while you .Not that "the sleeping has anything to do with it, except to? pre- sent loss of any of your precious time! the process is at work. Yon siinply; apply a little liquid, silmerine to tlie hair, using a clean tooth brush for the purpose. This it seems has the property of causing the hair to dry with" a delightful vavy effect, as be quite apparent, in the morn- ing Tlie effect lasts considerably longer than where a hot iron is used, and the Garden Truck TaXes a Drop Growing discontented with the hum- drum task of hauling garden truck around the cityN for liis Oriental mas- ter, the spirited charger belonging to a Chinese market-gardener this morning commenced to enlHeu things Fire hall. He left John in the lurch and tore down the street, but the reins becoming way entangl- ed, Dobbin" was checked in bis mad career, and forced, comet-like, to travel in a fixed orbit. This restric- tion did not discourage Ms enthus- iasm, however, and he continued with unabated speed to break all-records for the 50-jard dirt track. The boys from the fire hall attempted to lend a hand, hut were ordered off the excited'Celestial; who cussed .them in fluent Chinese for scaring-bis equine Kodak Albums Keep a record your Snap Shots. J We hate these in all_ sizes. Solid, bound and loose leaf IMITATION'-SEAL t.'.. ._? -MOROCCO WALRUS AND SILK CLOTH 75e to fulHine of Camera Supplies at Eastern prices. The TSwtott Store JTacleod, July P. Walshc, a prominent randier in this district, died yesterday as a result or pto- maine poisoning which developed al- ter he had eaten some salmon last Monday night, Every cfscrt was made J to save his life but without He is 58 years oi age, and leaves a' wife and i'our sons, of whom are at the front with the Canadian forc- es. He came to Slacleod in 1905 and was ,oae oF the most respected resi- dents of the district. SonofW.T.Stead Believed Killed Chicago, 111.. JW Stead, son of the late journalist, W. T. Stead, apparently lias been assassinated in Koumania, -according to a somewhat confusing cablegram received "here today by his brother-in-law, Frank 'R. Hussey. advertising manager of the Evening Post. The caMe dispatch, sent from England July 1, was'sign- ed .by Mr. Hussey's sister, Mrs. Mary Elaine Stead. It read: "Alfred as- sassinated; little, hope; I am going to Roumanla." Stead was in the British diplomatic service, but was interested in oil wells in Roumania. Pipers Hold Picnicl Men's Own 'Westminster Methodist; Church Sunday, 4 p.m. Mr. E. R. Forster SUBJECT: The Present Liquor Ordinance vs. The Proposed Liquor Act Annetts. Men .of'all'classes Wiled. If the opposition :Mil. .send.a Eorster will willing- ly -'share 'tlie time for -sneaking.- Hearfy Conic- Steamer Due The C. P. R. ticket office reports that the C. P. E. steamship Meta- gama is due at Quebec at midnight tonight. Men of Sedentary Habits tad'. Rex- ell Orderlies the idpal action being gentle and natural Sold onlv J D Higmhotham St. Co Ltd The Reiall Store IOC, 2bc, 50c BOX than where a hot iron is used, and the nuent unmese 101 curlmess appears far more natural. Lpet. Brenlaally the speed of the K voii'll get a few ounces of the liquid cord breaker grew too great foi the silmenne from your druggist you will j diameter of the track ana the centn- have enough to keep the hair in curl fugal force began to throw onions for many weeks. TTnis. by the way, ir turnips, beets and various otner excellent also as a dressing far the! species of vegetables out in hair, keeping it bright and lustrous. The track was not hanked, ami the bein anti-skid, tlie It is. neither stickv nor I: JAS.C. WATERS President Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, will .sucak in the Starland Theatre ON SUNDAY EVENING At''8.30 o'clock All labor ineii and the public invited. ;rear tires not being anti-skid, the terrific speed of the whh'.ing vehicle finally reailited in its overturning. 'The drher. not. being in the machine not injured, hui ilie wagon itself was considerably tlie for its rapid trip. The street for rods around i Irare the resemblance of a Chinese market garden. ICE Delivered Dllly TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701. Jno. Brodie P ROTECT10N And a Clear Track to Health When the the body breaks down and you. require the aid of a physician and me dicine to 'bring you back to health, you'want to be sure that your is not only or able, but protected. Have all your prescriptions filled tby us, for we not only give yoii the puiest and rnobt potent drugs, fill your. prescrip- tions exactly as the doctor in tended, but in addition, we double check every -prescription. This is an absolute guarantee against any mistake and assures you of receiving medicine exacth right Everything is in your favor and. vou have A Clear i'racV to HeaSh Vhen Hedley puts up your- prescriptions frank Hedley Drug Go. DRUBS AND STATIONERY. Lethbndgt On Dominion Day the Pipers' band, w'ith wires and children and a num- ber of, friends, had a. nicnic to Mr. Anderson's farm, five miles east of j the city. The conveyances left St. Mary's hail at 11 a.m., to the skirl of the pipes, and -the happy laughter of the company. On their arrival at the a splendid dinner was served on the green, to which did f.u'il justice. The rest noon was spent in games anil races After tea, which was served at 6 o' clock, dancing was the order of the flay. The tired, but happy, company left for home about 9 o'clock, with henrtv cheering for Mr. ami M.rs. An- derson The winners ot the different competitions were as follows: Men's open race, 50 yards: J. Eas ton Girls race 12 and under E Me Gowan, nary Walker Lad.es' race, 2o jards Mrs Jlnr- ray, llrs Moore Boys' race, 50 yards: J. Goldie, J. Lowe Wheelbarrow race J. Horn and W Goldie. T Mooie and A Forbes Boot and shoe race Igirls) A Gold >e, E McQonan Egg and spoon race (ladies) Mis Scott, Mra Goldie Boys' obstacle race: H. Andrew, J. race (men) tt Scott and B Scott, i: Horn and J. Easton. Catch the pig (ladies) Mrs Moore Girls three legged race B ail and A Goldie M Horn and G ilson. Sack race A. Wilson, J. Goldie. Thread anil needle race ,w. Scott, J Horn Goldie Skipping rate for ladies Mrs Gold le. Mrs. Scott. Miss Peanut race A. G. Wilson C McGowan Whec'ibanow race 1) An drew and T J Goldie Jnd 1. Wilson, A. Wilson anil S. Binning. .Bandsman's race W. I Horn. J. Horn. Harried couples race Mr Easton and Mri Andrew, Mi and Mrs Stott Single couples race Miss Dunlol ami J. Morn, .Miss Payne and Mrs Hendry Rooster race: A. Walkinshaw. Challenge Accepted In answer to a nbHHenge from the supporters of the proposed Litiuor Act. to debate: toe question at issue on Tuesd.ii night, lulv t m the JIa jestic Theatre, the local committee opposing the act are uuable to e theii reprefcenUtn e here on the ab- ove to a previous engage- ment However thej aie open to de bate the question of the present Liquor 4ct of Alberta the propos ed act with Mrs Nellie L McGinns The debate 'to take place in the Ma" jestic Theatre Lethbrldge, on a date mutually agieed upon, between Julj 10 and 21, the usual rules of debate to govern. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication The members of Victoria Orange Lodge No. 116 are requested to meet at the Moose hall on Sundaj eienlng July -I, at 7 o'clock sharp, to attend ihc" service at the Baptist V. Neve, Rec. Sec. The Y.M.C.A. at Nelson.'finds it ne- cessary to cut expenses, and N. It Johnson, secretary, :has resigned. IN WESTMINSTER CHURCH SUNDAY NEXT, 7.30 p.m. J. B. FRANCIS Alcohol" A