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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Bwt totei iiWfcerts Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment Another Lot of Fresh Strawberries from Idaho Just Received on Consignment Fine quality, per crate.. Blnck Tartarian and Sour Cher- rios in full 15 C. B crates hold- 9- hio-18 Ibs. net weight. 4 baskets 2 baskets lor -KG Special per crate Or P.er crnto' 24 A LARGE QUANTITY OF B. C. GOOSEBERRIE S EXPECTED IN TOMORROW.___________________ Office: Phemel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phrae 525 1C E Delivered Daijy to all parts ol the city W. guarantee to Mtisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 f" month 20 daily-- month 30 Ihs. f" month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Potted Vegetables Florists Frache Bros. i. A Dance Henderson Lake PAVILLION TONIGHT Good Music and Good Floors. ASmlMion 5c per couple per to li.au. 'GERMAN SPIES PUT TO DEATH "etrograd, Juij accom plices of Lieut Col "Miassojedoff an jnierpreter on the staff the Rus "itsn'itftli array, who, ago hanged as a spi, have been cor ncted atter a trial b' court martial hanged HAIL -INSURANCE At Cost L You pay In Oc- without interest. 1914 awessment was only 6% and lones paid or phone for full infor- mation S M. P. -Johnston Ce. PHONE S51. Lethbridge Alberta Block THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock nson on the day of publication Sons of England meet ou Wednes- day, uisht at S o'clock i" the S. O. E. hail. R.n. degree. Initiations, Visi- MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipec. July 6. Opening and closing prices or. the grain exchanges oday were.: July Dec Open Close 1.01} 1.01J 1.011 Jirh- Julv Oct. Wheat- Xo. 1 Nor. No. 3 Nor. Oats- No. -2 C. tt No. 3 C. W Flax- No 1 N VI No. 2 C. lulv Sept. Dec. 59 42 59i 43 1.54 1 56 CASH PFlCDfe 1.55 1.23 81 SS 53 ,i4 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, clear.. Red Deer, clear Prince Albert, clear 72 Saskatoon, clear JS nO Swift Current, clear S jo Resina, clear 75 Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, fair 68 Nelson.. 77 .10 Grand Forks o4 The weather over the m-aine prov- inces has been mostly clear and tine. Forecast Pair today; local show- ers tonight or on Wednesday. Saskatchewan anad A few local showers, but mostly fair aana warm today and or, Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Austrian Fined George Xosi. an Austrian, and a frequent visitor at the' police court, was this morning lined S10 and1 costs for disorderly conduct and fighting, by Police Magistrate. Laundry Closed for Excursion The Lethbridge Laundry will be closed on Thursday .to allow the em- ployees to go on the AVesley Sunday school excursion. The week's work will be gotten out as usual, although there Thursday be no special work for C. CHICAGO 1.514 1.05i 1.01" l-.di-J LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgarv Hogs, cattle ?6 00 Cattle Business Changes Hands .Claresholm After about eight fears of speefessful business career in purchasing cattle in Clares- holm. Messrs. Walls Price, have disposed of the' business to R. Shaw, who will; no ucubt; make a good suc- Icessor. John. Walls moved his fam- ily to his farm at Spring Coulee, last I Tuesday, anad T. A. Price expects to move this week to his. farm near 1-vHlPine Creek, in the northern 01 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 STORE 1.01! i.ots 5T.W. Chicago: (6 SO 20 Hogs, 110.00: cattle, 58.50 Hogs, -JT.oO-iT.ffo; cattle, LOCAL MARKETS HAIL Insurance If you want a com- pany that malvOo Liberal Adjustments and Prompt Settlements Apply to H, Macbeth Agency 9HIBLOCK BUILDING i-ETHBRIDGE. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat, per bus 51 01 Oaats, uer bus 41 >lai, per bus 1 Jl Barlej per bus 51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No 1 timotm, baled ton 1000 No.-3 timothy, haled, ton.. 14.00 No" 1 Drairie, baled ton 1100 No 3 prairie baled, ton 9 00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, 10c. to 12'4c. per Ib. Lettuce, 15c. to 2Qc. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, lac. to 200.-a doz. bunches Potatoes. Alberta, 60c. to 75c. a bus Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- s Rhubarb, 2c. to 3c. per Ib. Spinach, 5c to 8c per Ib old, J1.50 a cwt. New..potatoes, per Ib.. 4 cents. Green peas, per Ib., 7 cents. Head lettuce per doz, 50 to 60c Nen carrots do? bunches, JO cents. beets, per do? bunches 30c >Ten turnips per doz bunches 30c he province. In losini; Messrs. Walls C- Price. Claresholm loses two oi' its nost successful business 'men, and we speak for the town when we say Jlaresholm wishes these men con- tinued success in their new under- akings. Opportunity for'Good Day's Cating At a meeting held-last evening in St. Cvprian's. Church Parish room, at which representatives from St.. Augustin's, St. .'Mary's: and :St. .Cyp- rian's parishes were present, arrange- ments were practically completed for the' -rand combined picnic of the Sunday .'schools of the. above three and Anglican Sun- day schools of Taber and Macleod. The-venue of the picnic is the little town of Brocket, .which nestles amid the beautiful scenery of..the foothills of the Hockies. The special train leaves Taber at S a.m. on Wednes- day, July 14: Lethbridge at and ahout an ho.ur later.' The return Journey begins from Brocket at -8 p.m., ariving in Lethbridge at 10 vm. The general public is invited to avuil themselves, of this opportun- ity to enjoy a good day's outing. RESULTS OF EXAMS -AUH 1 I" ni- lips' Dow, Tom .Chris- tie" Fells Pirock, Emily Mitchell, Edith Harris, Alec Uhtfbotar, Mike Lazaruli. John -Wright. A COLD WHEN' JOHNNY WANTS DRINK Another Problem for After settling the nure food ques- tion for bab} and f-e pure ice Hues tion for the household. 'Mother has noiv a moment of leisure to decide what Johnny and the rest of the chil- dren should have when they want a cold drink Montserrat Lime fruit luice is the Tens of thousands of cases have been'used in the British Navy this vear, and the British Expedition arj forces The reason is, it is healthy, quenches the thirst, anil is a delightful summer tocyerage. Jfontserratrl-lme Truit Juice-is es- pecially valuable in the country where the chances are that the: water Fruit Juice de McGill is not pure Montserrat Ume the germ of 'Typhoid. University Professors have proven this. Montserrat, therefore, insures you against Typhoid, besides it is so re- freshing cooling and thirst assuag- ing AdtertiBement The Crystal Dairy Co. Limited, SCHOOL AT HARDIEV1LLE LETHBRIDGE __ PHONE 1576. Grade V. to Grade VT- Preserving Requisites Paraffine- P-apef, Parchment Paper, 'v Parowasfv. Corks and Bungs, Fruit Jar Rings, Etc., Etc., Etc. iamSCo. [td, The Winnipeg, Julj' 6. Five minutes sufficed for Hon, Robert Rogers, Do- minion Minister, of Public Works to give his evidence belore the parlia- ment buildings commission this af- ternoon. Rogers said he knew noth- ing nt the Manitoba provincial Con- servative party's campaign fund, nei- ther had he any knowledge bearing oh the matters' under investigation. Regarding the destruction of the 0. N. "W. telegrams, Rogers said he knew nothing about it. The only rea- son he asked 13d. Anderson, K.C., to get certain'messages for him was be- cause he did not want any private messages that had no bearing on the matters at issue brought down. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND CORN Your ..horses will work per ton MIXED CORN CHOP r Fine ground. Best on market for Hogs.. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Gall, Write, or Hione.. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited 'Lcrhbriclge, Alberta. Winnipeg, July 6. The which Hon. J. H. Howtten said was to be paid' to the Libera'.s for Ite election saw-oL', is now ou its way back to Dr.'Simpson, at the front. Tliis1 money, said Jlr. was returned to G. M. Newton by-'lit. Chambers on May 22. Ito'. Newton put the cash into the safety vault box and left ifc there until Saturday, he got the .money and 'took 'it o-his home in Selkirk. Yesterday he iroiight bills to Winnipeg and put hem in his afiice safe. In the morn- ng he saw Mr. How den, wno is- ?ci him that should" be re- urned to Dr. Simpson. Newton's awyer advised the same course and luring .the day Newton turned over he money to Harvey Simpson, ,bro- iher, of Dr. Simpson, who came down roni Vittlen on .Mr. Howdeu's call, rlarvey Simpson sent the money to lis brother bills of c CRYSTAL BRAND Made by SAME OLD CANDIDATE Que JilK 5 Eobb, M.P., Huntingdon, was nonuur ated Saturday at p'rmitoirn, Que., at Grade ill to Grade Liberal coniention, candidate for qiekkley Thelma McMillan, Charlie I the House ul Commons from un steaKiey, ineiiu _ coimties of .Chateauguay-Bunt Jlr. Howden thought, hy said he thought. that f the money got tied up in court as an exhibifit might be some time icfore Dr. Simpson got it: Mr. Pit- )lado, Liberal suggested that ;hefe was a Conservative convention coming on, and a possible election, and it.might be useful Mr.. Howden said that at his sug- gestion- Mr. Newton looked over the bank notes and reported that or notes comprising the paii to Chambers had apparently been used and. replaced -by notes of an- other bank. The ex-minister said he did" not know where Dr. Simpson got the money. He did not think it was the doctor's.own. But he was not. inquisitive. He did not- know ii Thomas Kelly supplied it FAMILY AT ECONOMY PRICES Our New Store is stocked with the Best Brands of Groceries. Our Service and the Superior Quality of our Groceries will ploasc you. See our Windows for everyday Seasonable Goods. Phone 316. W. S. THOMPSON THE FAMILY GROCER 3rd Avenue (Next P. Burns Co.) Montreal, July men were missing, and are believed to be deaoY and ten were after a cordite explosion today at the plant of the Canadian Explosives Co. at Belo'ii, QusfccCi about 25'miles from here Ten persons were severely in jured Among the missing are Cap- tain Murray Wilson, manager of the cordite department; Aylnier Brown of Dupont Powder Co., Wilmington, Del., and Sammons, British govern- ment Details of the accident were diffi- cult to obtain, men working In the cordite department, where the explo- sion occurred were either missing or so badly hurt that they coujd give no account of their experiences Fi-at stories attributed the explosion to' a fire, and later It was said that experi- ments we're beino conducted. The firm, which is affiliated with the Dupont Powder Works of Wil- mington, Del., was enga3ed, it is un- derstood, in filling explosive orders for the Canadian aand British govern- After the explosion the plant caught fire, and .the flames hampered tha rescuers. Special trains were order- ed, end as fast as the injured were rescued, they were brought to th.il city, and placed in hospitals here. Among rumors Is one that the explosion caused .by. a young German, who was formerly employed at the but who was recently dismissed. Dr. Tullsr Returns Dr. Tuller, who has teen visiting his former home at Xkaoc, Ont., has returned to the city. HOME GUARDS WILL MEET The Home Guards and all others who are interested in the movement; are .requested, to attend a meeting to discuss plans for organization, in the Board of Trade on Friday night at 8 o'clock. f, People's Forum Fred Ash, Pirock, Peter Zasadny, Ransom Millan 'Robert Dow, Dollie Bizovc, Violet AsK Hugh Lewis, Mary Sas- nar; Bessie Duchak. Grade II. to Grade Bal- ockauski, Ivor Lewis, Albert Osgood, Gordon Scott. Charlie Albert, Smith, Albert Smith, Florrie Nellie Mitchell, Annie "Gangur, .Tom Dow, James Wright. Grade I. to Grade II- (Miss Stew- art's Bodnpruk, Alec Susnar, Bel Burdenei, Ethel Zasadny, Minnie Bizove, Lena Logan, Aaron Isacshass, Tomtnie Harris.-Mary Bal- ockauski, Joe Trehub, Melka Susnar, Hoy Mopkins, John Lewis, Joe Pet ranyclv Marjory Scott, Henry Smith, George Stanko, George Lazaruk. Grade I. Jr. to Grade I. Ash, Minnie Lazaruk, Helen Pirock, Berta Bodnoruk Heier Balockauski Charlie Petranjch, Prank Goilb, Mary Albert Grade I: Primary to Grade I. Junior Balockauski, Mary Margaret Johnson; John Annie Lazaruk, Grace .Lazaruk, Clumenti, Bessie Albert, Doris Lewis, Tillie Harris, Lena Lena Eddie Logaiv Annie Meron ink, Helen Moore, Mary Moore, Rosie Balockauakl ingdon. Dreyfull Bonham, at Snitz Citi Ind., ploughed up a can of 318 half dollar pieces dated 1851. PERFUMED CLEANS AND DISINFECTS MADE IN, CANADA ACCEPTS CHALLENGE Editor, Lethbridge Herald: at which -Mr. Rae Jxpresses surprise tt as read In hib rearing on.Sunday evening, the 27th ult, at Uie conclusion of the lecture ot vihich he speaks I am sorry thai Mr. Rae omitted to state why I re- fused the my reason be- ing that -Mr. Rae TVO'S not a repre- sentative 'man. However, as he has since stated that he is a representa- tive man, I will be very "pleased to meet him nvpublic debate-to. discuss the subject, uz, "Is the Soiil Immort- In compliance with his "request to name a place to arrange details, I will-meet him at his own address, on Thursday e enmg, July 8, at 8 o'- clock. 1 will bring with me three wit- nesses, and 1 hope a'iso that he will have three witnesses, so that we form a Joint committpp On behalf of the Christadelphians, allow me to publicly thank 'Mr. Rae for his generous offer to provide spacious hall in which to conduct the debate, l.hopf, be conduct- ed In a friendly spirit, so that 'God may be glorified and that man may be edified. in conclusion, Mr. Editor, allow me to-thank you for the. generous treat- ment you.have given me in relation to thie correspondence I am, Touts re- iptctfully, i SIDNEY T BA1SFORD. Ready for Vacation? One'should be fit and ready for both work and play all the year 'round. If vacation lime finds you lun down, mentally, you may-be sure that body, brain and nerves have not been properly rebuilt day by day with the right kind oi lood. Grape-Nuts made of whole; wheat and barley, contains all the rich food elements ot the grains in easily digestible form. All of those mineral salts found under the outer coat ol the grain, so necessary to repairing the wear and tear oi work or play, are retained in Grape- Nuts, Grape-Nuts tins, delicious flavour and has proven ilselt a mighty of brain and "There's a Reason" Made in, Canada Grocers everywhere sell Grape-Nuts. Canadian Postum Cereal Co, Ltd., Windsor, Ont. i in ;