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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c ap J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lest a day hotel in Ukerta 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 orate.. SZM Tartarian and Sour Cl.er- in' rJi'-s in full Pint 15 Bins Ohemes. crates bold- 18 Ibs. net weight. 4 baskets K" f Special .'...SZ.SO Or per crate, 24 baskets A LARGE QUANTITY OF B. C. GOOSEBERRIES EXPECTED IN TOMORROW. office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES SE! I G E Delivered Daily to all parts of the cify We guarantee lo you regarding your ice supply. RATES Notice to Taxpayers Taxpayers are urged to make payment ot their taxes as soon, as CITY AND, DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon The regular luncneou of the crwn- jcil of ilie local Hoard of Trade will lie held in the Lethbridge Hotel to- morrow at 1E.SO sharp. Tax-Discounts Attention is drawn to the adver- tisement in Ihis issue regarding pay- ment of taxes and discounts thereon. The first discount allowed, expires July 31. Men's Bathing House A small building has been moved by the city commissioners to the south side of the lake at Henderson Park, west of the bridge, which is to be used as a dressing hojise for the men bathers. oavrnent of their taxes lit, ,-v. lueeuus m me Attention is directed to the Council will be held in the Labor liberal discounts given on mill rate........------- taxes, as per appended schedule. First Ibs daily ZO daily Per month discount expires July 31st: per month ZU IOC. JO Ibs. daily....SS.OO per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. DISCOUNTS ON ALL EXCEPT SPECIAL TAXES Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Florists Frache Bros. YOUTHFUL WRINKLELESS j SKIN EASY TO HAVE On Taxes paid before July discount of 12 31st, a You Trtio desire to regain a .ppearance Hill do to make tbe acquaintance of the rao simple, tout valuable, prescriptions here giTen. To make an enective wrinKle re- mover, mix an ounce of pondered sax- olite and a half pint hazel. Bathe the face in the solution-im- mediateh even wrinkle is affected. It acts wondertullv on sagging facial muscles also, the lotion possessing remarkable astringent and tonic jrop- To get rid of an aged, faded frec- fcted or discolored complelioB, tiny an ounce of common mercolized was at any drugstore and applj nigntlj- as would'cbIS cream, erasing this mornings -Kith soap and -nater. Tills will slowly absorb .the undesirable surtaee skin, revealing' the younger, brighter, healthier skin underneath. There's nothing to equal this treat- ment as a facial rejuvenator. ISUUUUl UL J_..c. On Taxes paid before Aug. 1MB, a discount of 11 On Taxes paid before Aug. .list, a discount of 107c. On Taxes paid before Sept. loth, a discount of On Taxes paid before Sept. 30th, a discount of On Taxes paid before Get loth, a discount of On Taxes paiil ibefore Oct. 31st, a discount of On Taxes paid before Nov. loth, a discount or 6n Taxes paid before Nov. 30th, a discount of Any portion of taxes paid in any of the discount periods will receive the discount of that period. For example: If one-quarter taxes paid "by July 31st, discount 12% If one-quarter taxes paid by Aug. 31st, discount If one-Quarter, taxes paid tby Sept. 30', discount' If one-quarter taxes pain by Oct. Trades Council Meeting of the Trades and Labor hall tomorrow, Thursday, evening, at S.30, for the purpose of election of officers. A bye-election took place few mouths ago. when J. Q. .lone; was elected to fill the place of Presi- dent Jowett, who retired before his term was completed.. At the meeting tonight the-regular half-yeafiy elec- lon will take place, preceded by tbe nomination of officers. Farmers' Case Dismissed The remains of the old C.P.R bridges at St. Mary's, have got more people into trouble. The Block col lieries at Taber, having purchased some of the timbers from the C.P.R. for cribbing purposes, laid claiams ag ainst several farmers in that distric' charging them stealing the lum her. George B. A. Rice ot Leth bridge defended the fanners, and thi case was dismissed, the-eomplainan failing to appear. The timbers were floated down the river, and many of the pieces drifted ashore. Believing 1 the stuff to be only driftwood, the- farmers used the timber lor fuel. WHY BE TORMENTED BY 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 IDOFHf Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OA'iS.AND OORjST Your horses will work bettor on per toil MIXED C011N CHOP Fine ground. Best on tko market for Hogs... per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited Lothbridge, Alberta. 4' Washington, iis' 7--Thc ,nav wireless partmenc nay _ (IC- them of Frank 31, discount No. T. D. L. HARDIE, Mayor. Insurance LOSSES 6% PAID IN CASH. FULL IN PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. EACH POLICY BACKED BY ASSETS. SEE US. LS. jC.RKerr 3rd Avenue South. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Jamaica will send a contingent of 3000 troops to assist tie Mother "country. Rev.'Cecil Simpson, of Huron Col- lege, has. been appointed curate oi I Trinity church, Gait, Out. Vermillion, Alta., is contributing a machine gun section and a gun to the overseas-forces. John Lintoot, au octogenarian liv- ing; in township, Ont., committed suicide. John Campbell, a Howick townshiv Partner, committed; suicide by cutting Ms throat. Lieut.-Col. J. E. "Cohoe of Niagara Falls has been appointed commander of .infantry at London camp. Two Missionaries to Speak By an Jateresclng coincidence it happens that Rev. J. A. K. Walker and Miss both workers in. the eastern part of India for which Canadian Baptists are responsible, are in Lethbridge just now, and will address the annua'i missionary meet- ing of the First Baptist church to- night. Mr. Walker belongs to Alber- ta-in a special sense, inasmuch as ne is supported by the First Baptist church, Calgary. -Miss talk will b'e specially appreciated by the women of our churches. The to- tal population of their territory am- ounts to over four millions. Presentation to W. A. Hamilton At an informal dinner given last week by the past and present mem- bers of the School Board for the re- tiring superintendent. W. A. Hamil- ton, in the Y.-M.C.A., Mr. Hamilton was uresented with a handsome sil- ver tea sen-ice. H. A. McKillop, the chairman of the present board, pre- sided, and Robert Simmons, repre- senting the boards of earlier days; J. D. Higinbotham. representing the present hoard, and C. B. Bowman, re presenting the officials of the board, SDOke in eulogistic style of the tvork mencement of Superintendent Hamilton. Dr. W. a S Oalbraith made the presentation, lia: Other the school board, past and present, who were present were- J H Fleetwood, Dr. Taylor, H. P. Wallace, H. R. Davidson, Dr. Thompson and W. S Ba'ir Swatter Here For You Better ask for soon They are "gpj some' The il explosions copy 01 Holt's let- j "Dallas, Texa FEW London, July. 6( as it heen foun .ate one or mor( dlers admitted md arivi in 782 cases essary to ampu- of British sol- since the com- 'war, according to -j Tennant, par- reply of war, to iraentary uTjjongB Of Commons, question itche; Holt's as danger of after receiv ipr tn 1.-V.1.-1. The text 7Holt's lcttcr telegraph- t department follows ed jfcw York for T sink, God willing, on the 7 !t is the Philadelphia the i am quite sure on or of the letter is writ- Jrear this off until after this of Holt's letter was to the commanders of ttj'wo vessels as well as the de- controlling communica-j W. The vague nature of Holt's I Jfage made it possible, officials' liugbt, that, some steamer other fit? those he named had been mark- 'i'or destruction. Dramatic Conclusion Nothing more dramatic in the last crowded days of Holt's crowded fe has come to life than the warn-" flog of destruction thgt was uncover- ed after liis death. His confession that hie placed the bomb in the capi- -tol at Washington last Friday, his attempted assassination of J. P. the that he was Enrich Muentsr, alleged murder- er of his wife, eliminating today in lus positive identification, in death, as Muenter, and his sensational sui- cide hy leaping 20 feet from the .top of his cell to the floor, formed -a series of f vents to which the threat- ened destruction ot the Philadelphia or the Saxonia fitted as a startling 'climax. The powerful wireless stations of the navy (lepartment were enlisted to prevent the threatened disaster at In answer to .the warning there rwas received today a message from the captain of the" Philadelphia which said that everything aboard the ship had been identified and that all was well. The Saxonia had not replied. Her failure to do so was attributed to the weakness her wireless hat- terics which could not, it was felt, span the distance from mid-ocean to shore without relay. Farewell to New Dayton Teacher FAMILY GROCERIES AT ECONOMY PRICES Our New Store is stocked with the Best Brands of Groceries. Our Service and the Superior Quality of our Groceries will please you. See our Windows for every-day Seasonable Goods. AY. S. THOMPSON THE FAMILY GROCER Phone 316. 3rd Avenue (Next P. Burns Co.) The number of telephones in the United States has increased fiftecn- folcl in the last 14 Manilla has a mean annual temper- ature of a shade more than 80 de- grees. Ce little ones are peevish, give Rexall Orderlies; constipatilon'is of- ten the cause. Sold-only.br J.4X His-. inhotham Co., LW.Vthe Kexall Store lOc. 25c. and 50c. Boxes. Don't Yourself on Hail Insurance None But Best .Companies Kcpi-cscntcd. ALSO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. Tbe Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. _ _, MAtivu t FTHBRIOGE. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wheat, per bus....... Oaats, ner bus........... bus............ Barley, per BUYING PRICE FOR No. i timothy, baled, ton. No. 2 timothy, baled, ton. No. i prairifi, baled, ton No. 2 prairie, baled, ton BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETA Asparagus, lOc. to per Lettuce, to 20c. a doz. bu Onions, green, 15c. to -Oc. bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, fiOc. to 75 15c. to 20c. a do Brries now: White, Buy all Niagara Penin- 'Jre most Plentiful, sirla ja; the par excellenoe The Wing. Have your grocer for plr needs at once. Kasp: secujgjr, to aprive next week. EXCURSION To Coleman and Crow's Nest UNDER THE AUSPICES OF WESL.EY-BI9LE SCHOOL TOMORROW Fai-e, retm-ii. Adults............... Fare, return. Children............. TRAIN LEAVES TABER 6.00 A.M AND LETHBRIDGE 7.20 A.M. Tickets on sale at The Peoples' Drug Store 13th St. N.; Hedley Drug Company and Jackson and Company. -T- Need Miners "jominion Coal Co.. Nova frrlte to the city'autlioriUes Ty- require 25 hand pick min- loaders and 10 machine, run- ;Jr tjieir mines in the east..JIin- r to. take advantage of this; have friends in Nova Scotia ..zi could guarantee to tbe company fare of the prospective HAY should: communicate with JO.tfm.and with the company, ...14''" New Dayton, July surprise dinner, H'as given to Preston Ram- say, who has heen teacher at the New Dayton school for the past two years. -About 80 people were pres- ent and a very .sumptuous meal was provided. After dinner a programme Miss Catherine Schill reading, Miss tiol- die Criss reading, Miss Grace Schill reading, Mr. W. Lloult. Mrs. W. HouH'gave a very in t err sting ad- dress. Mr. .Ramsay in his very able and efficient manner. A very enjoyable time was spent, and the many fziends of Mr. Ramsay wish him every success in his -new sphere of labor. The annual Sunday school picnic was held on Friday, July 2nd, near the church, about ISO people being present and a very enjoyable time was spent.. The. committee wish to thank all those who assisted and gave dona- tions' to make it such a good suc- cess. Rhubarb. 2c. to 3c. per Ib. Spinach, 5c, lo 8c, per Ib. Turnips, old, 31.50 a cwt? New Ib., 4 Green iieas, per Ib., 7 Head lettuce, per tioz. New carrots, doz. -New beets, per. .doz. big, SOc. New turnips, .per doz Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will Kill MCW S8 WOO Pasteurized Milk 13 Cream Buttermilk delivered to your home. CRYSTAL DAIRY LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1576 PAY US A VISIT before purchasing material for that New House, Moor or other repairs. All kinds of Building Material. Our Specialties: Hardwood Flooring, Wagon Oak, Hebron N. D. Pressed Brick, Screen Doors and "Windows" CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 362. 134-lGth Street North. Watch this space in the next issue for prices on Deering, McCormick and St. Paul Binder Allen Jack Phone 1544 C ;