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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor 1 .til.Mi day hotel iillbert! I Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment I Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to latiify you regarding your ice RATES 10 Ib.. dally.... per month SO Ibt. dally.. -.W'50 per month M daily ____ Per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163, Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables florists Frache Bros. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Tie following are opening and clos- ing prices on the Winnipeg exchange today: Wheat- 12S% 101V4 101 Vi Oats- July............. 59 59 Oct............. July......... 1519i 151% Oct............. 155Ts loSH Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 1-Sli No. 2 Northern Xo. 3 Northern 121 -So. 4......................-. UT Oats- No. 2 C. W. 59 No. 3 C. W. 56 Extra No. 1 Feed..........-----: 56 1 N. W. C............... 2 C W 14S A Dance Henderson Lake PAVILLION TOMORROW NIGHT. Qood Music and Good Floors. Admittion 5c per couple per. to 11.30. (No American markets today.) LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, ?8.25; cattle, S5.75- Winnipeg: Hogs, cattle, ?S.OO. Chicago: Hogs, {7.30-17.55; cattle, Insurance LOSSES PAID IN-FULL IN r CASH. PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. POLICY BACKED BY 5- ASSETS SEE US. LS. HAIL insurance If you want a com- pany that makes Liberal Adjustments and Prompt Settlements Apply to H, Macbeth Agency 111 SHIBLOCK BUILDING LCTHCMIDOE. BING CHERRIES as the Finest and British Colitntbitnsmii- in "Towing a lino quality. 40 CRATES IN TODAY. 18 POUNDS NET ACT JOgQ QUICK IF YOU WANT ANY. SPECIAL PER CRATE ALSO A FEW SOUR AND ROYAL' ANNS LEFT IN SAME SIZE CRATES, SPECIAL- .PER ORATE IDAHO. office THE GOOD CO. PhoMl271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER .04 Lethbridge, clear....... Edmonton, clear Saskatoon', cloudy Winnipeg, clear Tort Arthur, clear lied Deer, .cloudy Calgary, clear Macleod, clear 75 Medicine Hat, fair 78 Prince Albert, fair ill Reginn, clear.................. US The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly clear. FORECAST with stationary or hishcr temperature. Saskatchewan and showers, but mostly fair today and on Tuesday. 41 4B 44 .46 41 .46 44 4S 46 52 48 43 CITY AND DISTRICT Official Visit Tail, general steamship agent of the C. P. R., is in the city on official business. Goes East on Holiday John Torrance, of the Herald, left Friday aCternoon for a three weeks' visit to his home in Clinton, Ont. New Elevator at Milk River The Taylor Milling Co. has almost completed a large new elevator at Milk River. There will be a big crop in the country tributary to Milk Ri> er this year. LOCAL MARKETS Located in New Brunswick Rev. F. E. iBoothroyd of Taber, who was transferred from the Al- berta .Methodist conference to New- Brunswick conference, has been sta- tioned at Oromocto, N.B. ,Hev. K. Kingston, also formerly of Alberta, has been stationed at Alma, N.B. Fine Stand of Winter Wheat On the' farm ot.Morley Bow-en at eighteen miles south of Bow Island, is to be seen as fine a stand of winter wheat as can be found in :he country. It is estimated that the :werity-acre plot will yield 40 to 45 b.ushels per acre. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat, per bus. Oaats, per bus. .41 per bus... Barley, per bus... .51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY 1 timothy, baled, ton.. 10.00 2 timothy, baled, ton.. 14.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton......11.00 No 2 prairie, baled, ton BOO BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES "Asparagus, 10c. to per Ib. Lettuce, 15c. to. 20c. a Uoz. bunches. Onions, green, IDC "Oc a doz bunches r Potatoes, 60c to 7oc a bus Radishes, 15c to SOc a doz bunch es. Hhuharb, 2c. to, 3c. per Ib. Spinach, c to 8c per Ib Turnips, old 41 aO a cwt potatoes, per Ib., 4 cents peas, per Ib., 7 cents Head lettuce per doz, 50 to 60c New carrots, doz. bunches, 30 cents New beetb uer doz bunches, SOc New turnips, per tjoz bunches SOc GERMAN THREATS ABOUT WARSAW London 1u1r dispatch from WHY BE TORMENTED BY MOSQUITOES WHEN NYAL'S Mosquito Lotion will prevent the little pests troubling you. Price 25 cents. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE NYAL QUALITY CITY AND DISTKICT Strong on Pig's Feet On the Quinn farm at Milk River is a six-legged pig. Picnic at Ayalon Hon. C. R- Mitchell .and Dr. O. Boyd are 'billed to address.a'big pic- nic at Aval on on July 9. On Fishing Trip Messrs. Claude Hooker, Chas. Kin- sley and C. S. Maguire leave this af- teriioon for Mountain View district, where they will spend two weeks, camping and fishing. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS OATS AND COKN Your horses will work better on per ton MIXED CORN CHOP Fine ground. Best on tlie market for Hogs.. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Call, AVrite, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. For the Red. Cross The Red Cross and Patriotic Fund Tnsh to acknowledge through. .the Herald .the receipt of the monthly donation to the Red Cress and Patriotic Fund .from .the Mail Carriers .at the post office'.-Each carrier donates one day's pay. per month to these .funds. The society is also in receipt of from the in- side post office :staff. Petrograd to Renter's Telegram says Co. great number of civilians are leaving Warsaw in order not to (ham per military operations "Gefsiah aeroplanes are dropping messages into the "Warsaw stating that the will in the possession of-the Germans-within a month. "The Germans, it is kno'wn, have drawn up. lists of prominent people whom they plan to hang- for their Russian sympathies. E. T- 0 Knowles, KG, is the new. judge of probate in St John, N.B Jien, women and children .of every; age, all find Heitall Ofderlies a perfect laxative. Sold .only by .1. D. Higin- botSmru' Co, Limited The Rexall Store lOc, 2 c and 50c tlsement. Splendid-Band Concert For the first-time, this summer citizens enjoyed; a Sunday evening band concert 'in: Gait Gardens -las! night, under title iiew arrangement between band and the city The band did themselves proud; and furnished excellent music under lead- eiship of the new bandmaster Mr E. E. Chandler; The gardens w'ere packed with people. A feature of the concert was a solo R. Van Hecke. which" was encored. Must Set Aside' per Month An Ottawa dispatch says: .Every married man who joins the soldiers has to set aside a month for his wife, or she does not get any separa lion allowance from .the government In the artillery the officers ing that the married men set aside a month to their whes when thev enlist After that still have ill out a month entirelj tor spend ing mone> because food and clothtni are all furnished them If a man Preserve the Passing Joy Card-Index your recollections oC the joys of the summer vaca- tion, of that unequalled picnic, that tnpst successful hshing trip, that 'bunch with, whom you spent those sparkling days. Get a permanent record of faces to bring -back to you in later days re- collections that cheer. In other words: photograph ,your good times. We all of to all of them are good. We have every sort of supplies for mik- ing: good pictures? We will give you free personal-instruction in every phase of picture-taking and picture-making. Let us help you get the picturing habit. It's a good one. pome to us .with your photographic prob'lenis Our developing, printing'and enlarging cannot be surpassed. The Store New Elevators at Foremost i It i3 possible that the Taylor Mill- I ing Co. and the Lake of the Woods Co. may erect elevators at Foremost. There are already elevators of the .National Grain Co. and the Farmers' Co-Operative Elevator Co. at this point. Exciting Canoe Trip Two .local canoe enthusiasts accom- plished the journey from Macleod to by water yesterday. Theyj took their canoe up to Macleod by j train and embarking on the Old .Man i River there accomplished the trip In about 13 hours, camping one night on i the way. They declare that the trip! is "well worth the work and is highly interesting, but both difficult and dangerous. .Funeral of Storm's Victims Grassy Lake Gazette: With fittins ceremony, and attended by practical ly the entire population of the town and a large number from all over the district, the bodies of Olaf Olson, Mrs TAMILY GROCERIES AT ECONOMY PRICES Our Store Is stocked with the Best Brands of Groceries.. Our Service and the Quality of our Groceries will please you. See our Windows for every-day Seasonable Goods. W. S. THOMPSON THE FAMILY GROCER Phone 316. 3rd Avenue (Next P. Burnt Olson and- Florence, were borne to their last resting place in Grassy Rev. J. H. McEean, Lake cemetery. pastor of the Presbyterian church conducted an impressive service it: the chiirch, which was not large en otigh to accommodate the people at- 01 ura .IUUU.B, tending 4-fterwards the long funeral North, on Thursday afternoon cortegl was foimed and slowlj and The preparatorj communion IN IHE CITY In thla be Published Every Monday Churoh Announce- for the Conllng Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office: net law than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tsinmtntt for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for -7------------------------ At Knox Tbe Westminster Guild of the church will meet at the church to- night at T o'clock, and will visit the Experimental farm They will leturn to-the church refreshments. The Union prayer service will be held in Kuox "church. this week on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Forster will speak. At St. Andrew's A tea of the St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will he held at the home Mrs Moodie, 122 Eighteenth stieet olemnlj moved out to the cemetery where three new graves were filled. City Orangemen Attend Church JuU is i month m which there arc commemorable dates, said the Morgans Were to be Hostages 1 July J P Morgan and the Morgan children were to be held as hostages in their DWII home and lulled with dynamite if J P "Morgan refused to use his in Eluence to stop the exportation of nar munitions Frank Holt, who at tempted to assassinate Mr Morgan at his home near here, told Police month separation allowance which an upstairs room___________ the government gives in addition Band Ross in his sermon the annual church parade to the e annua members of the Orange lodges o! the at) in the Baptist church last night The first of Ju1> is the anniversary of the founding of this great Domin- ion, the Fourth ot Jul) tne memor- able m the countrv to the south of us the fourteenth 01 the month the anniversary ot the French revo- lution, the war that gave ireedom to our 'great all} in the present war, and the twelfth, tne da) awav back men were given ren- That is the great vice will be held on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The. session of the church will meet at 7.30. The regular1 choir practice will be held oh Thursday evening, instead of Friday. At Weeley The mid'week service will, be unit- ed with the combined services ofithe south side churches to he held in Knox church on Wednesday evening .The aanua ISuaday school picnic to Coleman and Crow's Nest will be held on Thursday, The choir w-HI meet for practice on Friday evening as usual A. special meeting of the Quarterly official board be haul on Pn day evening m the churcd parlor stor church will meet tonight at 7 30, U The Young People's meet- in 1690 when men were given rdi- gious freedom nnnciolo of the umiigu Son" the The pastor then il- the soldier's pay. It is a very ef- fectiie way of avoiding Imposi j lion" upon the government with re- gard to the separation allowance, and seems to 'be more satisfactory than the provision that where men marry a certain time after they wives are not entitled to the separa- tion allowance. It is felt if' a man is George Iloonei, of Famiew, Kan sold bushels of his last wheat crop for 80 cent1; to 25 prepared to gne half his salar> his wife, the government should readj ance. to give the separation allon Don't Yourself on Hail Insurance None But Best Companies Represented. ALSO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. AVE SOUTH SHOES for every Sport taaA lustratcd the fart that the countries that had cot religious freedom, and that men who could not think roll giouslj as they wished were prac- tically dead Rev Ross' interesting and forceful sermon was based on the re-birth of nations He spoke of the wonderful possibilities ot this great Canadian West, and the duty that fell to every man here to build up a strong-foun- dation for the generations to follow. Peopl" who come to this countrl; he continued, should try to forget the land from whence they came, and put their faith in the future-that we pos- sess. We are here .for a great pur- pose, the building up of a-new peo- ple it is a heavy burden to carry, but with the help of God, the task will he made lighter The speaker then laid stress on the kind of men that make a great country and point- ed out that the countrj was as great as the man individually The men that Canada is sending over to fight Empire's battle are the best of the land and are standing the test They stand for the brand ot men that Canada produces relation to the Master, he sari in conclusion, make him what he is Unless he has that art of believ- ing in God, he will never reach the high standard that we should me.i- sure up to, and in spite defects, and failings those-, who take him as their ideal will achieve great- ness, tlifrebv being an asset to the. commumtj _ A fairly large attendance of the membert 01 the' three lodges in' the city attended, they marched to the church trom the .Moose Hall headed by the life hand of the or- The church was filled to ca- and a meeting .of. the temperance of the North side will be held in the church at 8 o'clock The regular prajer service will be leld as usual on Wednesday evening Tne Willard WCT-U will meet in Westminster church on Thursdaj at ernoon pt 3 o'clock The choir practice will be held on Friday evening. ___ The At Weitmlnrter Epworth league of "Westmin 1 St. Auguitin's A tea in, aid of the. Women's iAiix-1 liary will be held at the home of. Mrs. Sherlock, Fifth, avenue South, on Wednesday afterfioon at 4 o'clock. _ ,_St. Cyprian's The Senior Brotherhood of-St. An- drew's wiM meet tomorrow evening at 8.30. The regolar service of intercession will he held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.. The choir practice will be held on Friday evening at 8.30. St. Mary't The vestry of the church are Invit- ing the 'W.A. arid other societies of the St. Mary's parish.to a social to he held on Wednesday evening at S o'clock in the parish hall. The object of this meeting to, discuss business in connection with, the par- ish. The intercessory service -will be held on Friday evening .at 8 o'clock. Pint Baptltt The "Pate" meeting will be held, ihis evening at the Victoria Mansions .s usual On Wednesday evening the regular atinual foreign missionary meeting will be held in the church. Miss New- comb and Rev. J. A. K. Walker of In I dla will speak, and tell of their inter- esting work in the mission field. The Junior Young People will meet in the church on Friday evening at i iuc ruling ing and choir practice will bt, held at 7 30 the same evening at the home Virtue, rear Henderson park Rengni from Ministry Hev. J W. Miller, whoMiad 1 cated In southern been lo- Alberta at one CilltiU 111 BUUUAC.H tune, has resigned from the ministry of the Methodist church. Nellie L. McClung j Gifted Canadian authoress, and" the most dreaded fee of corrupt government in wilt address a PUBLIC MEETING IN THE MAJESTIC THEATRE at 8 o'clock in the evening of TUESDAY, JULY 6th upon the burning Prohibition The liquor are hereby cordially requeited to Mnd a who will be given an opportunity of addrewlng the ,ng, under the u.ual rulei of debate, Pleaie notify the Committee who will lie glad to arraneg det.rli If you believe In the jutllM of your caiiae, TAKE UP THIS CHALLENGE. PROHIBITIONISTS SPECIALLY INVITED. ;