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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, SOc up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid Delivered Daily to all "parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 per month 20 per month 30 lot. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetable: Fraehe Bros. List of Dead and Injured in Niagara Horror Incomplete Toronto, -Out, -July ing'is; a fuiler, but still incomplete, .-Hat of dead and injured in the street car catastrophe at Queenston yester- day. Ail are Toronto people: 'DEAD Harold J. Partridge, organist and 'eiioirinaiter of church. CharJes P. Jennings, accountant, Imperial Varnish Co Albert Little, aged 12 -alias A. 'Sliifr- maid for Rev. J. Mc- P, Scott 1C A. Grant, Printing Cp Sloan, 24 Fairview Boulevard, mother of G. J. Sioan, manager of ihe Royttl Bank of Cinasa avemie, siBter of Gbveraor Chambers ronto jail Margaret Tomiin. Hobert Dorothy Keats. INJURED James Wadtfell, 995 Queen street; Shepard, 109 Glenrose avenue, Gregg, avenue; Mrs. Keats, 250 Silver Birch avenue; Miss Annie Newton, 91 avenue, Jlrs. Keates, 91 ilcQee 'May Newton, 191 AlcGec enue, 16 First avenue; airs. Or- ange, 157 Carlow avenue, 91 AlcGee avenue, RFsie Wren, 11-Empire street; Mrs. Daniels 489'Eastern avenue; Nelson Falliott, 105 Rdfiedale avenue; William Keates 250 Silver Birch avenue; Mrs. Synv onds, 229 Logan street, Sarali Me- Waters, street; Mrs. Chan- tee, two children and a baby, 157 Car Edith ..Watt, :109 Brook- lytt'avenue: Louise Symonds, 229 Lo- gan street HOME GUARDS, ATTENTION You are requested to attend the meeting the Home Guards tomorrow'" night at in the Board of' Trade office. Plans for organisation will be discussed'and--it is-necessary that a 1'uli turn-out be had as immediate steps toward orsan- iziiiir are necessary in the light events. MARKETS July opening and closing prices on the local grain ex- change toiisv were July 130} Oct'. 102J July........ 59; Oct.........................-.. July.............. 155i 156" July.......................... 127-J Oct. 103j- July 108 "ept. 102 103 J 134 103} 1544 1585 Still a Few Strawberries Arriving RED AND BLACK RASPBERRIES Are Now Coming; in Daily Wo would advise everyone to place presorvius orders .for the following Immediately tlioreDy seitiiiB the best possible value, us we attend to nil our orders .booked lu advance, lirst Red and Black li. Mi- berries, Red and Ulack Currants. Gooseberries almost .over. Cherries, oil kinds, almost over. 1'or Friday and Saturday we are offerinc: Hot House Tomatoes, local grown, extra fine 25c. Washington Red Raspberries, full pints, each IBc. Washington Black Caps, full pints, each 15c Creston Red Raspberries, 2 for 25c Idaho Strawberries, full pts, per 'basket 10c, Gooseberries, large U. C.'s 2 baskets for SOc. Bing Cherries, large baskets............... 70c. Or per crate, 4 baskets Sour Cherries, 2 full pints 25c Large Baskets.......................... 50c. Red Currants, large strawberry baskets, 2 for 25c Pints, three for..........................25c. Black Currants large strawberry baskets for 35c Cucumbers, Long Hot'House, no 25e. The above are only some of our special lines, eery Store and at reasonable prices. .per pound Green Peas, In the pod 3 Ibs. tor............25c New Carrots, per bunch......................5c New Potatoes, ti Ibs for.................... 2Jc. Rhubarb. Ibs. tor........................ 25c. Cottage Cheese, freeh In Saturday's, 2 Ibs .35o Swiss Brick Cheese, something you will relish i per pound 25c. Florida Grape Fruit, 3 for.................. 25c Fine Valencia Oranges, good flavor, per doz. 25c Finest Lemons, per dozen 25c. We have everything you will find ,in a modern Gro- THE GOOD CO Store Phoiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PhiM 525 WEATHER 75 53 4S To SD Lethbridge. clear Edmonton, clear m Calgary, clear...... 74 Maclcod, Ciear.'. Red Deer.clear Brooks, cloiuly Foremost, clear 1'rince Albert. Saskatoon, fair Swift Current, clear Indian Head, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, chutr Kamloons The weather over tho nniirie prov- inces has iieen mostiy clear mid fint1, with scattered showers in parts Saskatchewan and AVoerta. i Forecast i All fair and to- day and on Fri'day, with showers in i some localities. 54 48 On Sninnlny, .luiy to Mr. and :.Irs. -K Ii, BiiHr-i, Mm. av- enue A North, a uon. LIVESTOCK Calga AHnnipeg: Hogs, SS.50: cattle, 57.25 Harrington, Civil War nUrse, 100-years old, still does house- work at Wjs though blind and deaf. CITY AND DISTRICT Quarterly Board Meet A special meeting of the -59 board of Wesley church will be hclu this evening, in the church parlcr. Stock W. B. Way of Aldersydc; JAinslee-of Carmaugay have been 128-i pointed stock inspectors. WHY BE TORMENTED BY MOSQITfOES WHEN NYAL'S Mosquito Lotion will prevent llio little p_ests troubling you. Price 25 cents. The Red Cross ,Dmg Beok Co., Limited THE NYAL QUALITY STORE THE BULLETIN BOARD fo> this Column mould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The members of the quarterly offi- cial board of Wesley church are re- minded of the meeting in the church parlors tomorrow evening at eight o'clock. CITY AND DISTBICT Enlists with 63rd William Aiken, formerly of the Ma- jrata Pioneer, who was invalided ionic from the 13th Mounted Rifles at Sarcee Camp, recently, has re-en- iisted, this time with the Medicine Hat company of the 63rd Infantry, "Headquarters of which battalion are at Edmonton. Keep pound on section 21, tov.-nship rOCK PRICES YESTERDAY 5, range w. of the 4th. iry: Hogs, ?8.45; cattle, i-iogs, xs.ou; cattle, ?7.25. Oley J. Lee, wlio claims Hogs, cattle, Norwegian ..descent, was bi LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES" Wheat, per bus. 1.01 Oaats, per bus. .41 bus....... 1.21 Barley, per bus 51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. l timothy, baled, ton 10.00 No. 2 timothy, baled, 14.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton No. 2 prairie, baled, ton..... 9.00 BUYING PBiCES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc. to per Ib. Lettuce, loc. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, loc. to.20c. a doz. bunches Potatoes, Alberta, 60c. to 75c.- a bus. Radishes, loc. to 2Qc. a. doz. bunch- es. Bhubarb, 2c. to 3c. per Ib. Spinach, 5c. to Sc. per Ib. Turnips, old, a cwt. New potatoes, per ib., 4 cents. Ib., 7 cent? Head lettuce, per doz., SO to 60c. New carrots, doz; biiuchesr.30 cents. New" beets, per doz. bunches, SOc. New turnips, per doz. bunches. SOc. Livestock and Poultry killing "steers, choice Xo. 1 cows, killing wethers, 6; choice feilh'ng ewes, 150-2501bs., Broilers, 45-5 Charged. .With -Sedition Oley J. Lee, who claims to be of orwegian descent, was brought to Lethbridge "Wednesday morning- from Foremost, charged with making se- ditious utterances; "He 'was ted for trial hy A. L. Hoer, J.P., of Foremost. George E. A. Rice Is aci- ing for tbe accused. Lee is now in tho guard room of the Mounted Police Barracks. Live: Fowls, 10-12; 15-16, HAIL INSURANCE PROPER PROTECTION MEANS NO-RiSK OR WORRY ON YOUR PART A little judgment and foresight will save your annual revenye. We carry your risk at the lowest jwssible, rates with POLL PAYMENT OF: CLAIMs. ------WRITE OR R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1111 BALMORAL BLOCK Poundkeepers Appointed 1 Robert MerrUhew. Warner has been appointed a pounk keeper to Joint 'Meeting on Prohibition Arrangements 'are being concluded for the joint debate between repre- sentatives of the temperance forces and the, .liquor'.'. interests to he held on .Tu-y The sneakers- have not on .u-y yet been selected by either party, nor has the uiace' 'of meeting been se- lected: The only building large en- ough is believed to the Ejckstorm aud- itorium. Suggestions as to a place of meeting will Jie gladly received, i Beardless Barley Bow Island Review: Bob Howard of the north half of 7-8-10 makes the assertion that his district has got all others trimmed to a finish, and to substantiate his statement, submitted for our inspectiou a sample of his beardless barley. This was sown on April 7, anad now measures four feet in length. His other barley and oats are just as good: .-Until we see some- thing better, Bob's assertion goes. PubNshtl Weather Report The many subscribers in Leth- bridge of the Financial Post are pleased to note. that that paper now publishes not only the temperature returns; but the precipitation of Broilers, 45-55 u..i iniV -ents; fowls, H-M: .turkeys 18-20. Abridge and other '__ _____ '____ Ci .P Ol--' tHo the-mere .temperature. Foremost is Fire Guardian now on map as far asa the west- Henry Riviere.of Pincher Creek has weather reiiort, which is publiah- been gazetted a lire guardian. ern weather report, which is. publish- ed daily by the" Herald, is concerned. This report may also be 10 a.m. daily.' at the post office or at the Board of Trade office. Would Not Turn Ou< Hans Matson, 'who was summoned before C. F. J.P... on the. com- plaint laid by Siipt. Pennefather of violating the rules of the road, ap- peared at the JlountepV Police Bar- racks on Tuesday morning. Supt. Pennefather claimed, Matson had re- fused to give him room to pass in his car. when on Sunday on the Coal- dale road, he overtook Matson, and further that Matson turned to the left sjde of the road instead of to Jhe right, thereby almost cauasing lision. M. S. McArthur was countel for the defendant Matson found guilty and dismissed with a Blood! ..Kather _ a job to keep your blood war-time with weather added. Here are some hints: Eno's Fruit Salt Wedd's Fruit Saline Rc'xall Liver Salts, Fresh Seidlitz Powders Hsalfcii Salts. 25e tina. Lime Juice (Pints and Quarts) Lime -Juice.Cordial Bull's Ginger Beer Ext. Root-Beer Extract ucmonade Powder Lemon Sherbet, 'Etc., Etc., Etc., The taJU. Store Adriatic May be Guarded by Cruiser London, Ju'v; White Star liner Adriatic is renorted to liai e tak en a route- around the. north of Ita- land, and shipmnE agents expect her to dock at GreenocK, instead of I crpool. Another, report has it that the Ad- riatic is convoyed by a British cruis- er. Rt. Hon. Sir H. L. Bordeir is a pas- senger on board the Adriataic. Austrians Tried The two Austrians charged with at- tempting to escape across the border, were on trial yesterday. Dymtri has been released on Darole and Pete Tbaczult, who broke former parole agreement, has been interned. Chambers Clears Liberal Ministers To Address'Farmerj S. S. Dunham, vice-president of the United Farmers of.Alberta, left to- day for tbe- south country, "where be will larroers' meetings at Foremost this afternoon; Altorado :his evening; Lucky Strike tomor- row afternoon, and at New Dayton on Saturday. Winnipeg, July Cham- hers, the man alleged by ex-Attorney General J. 11. Htnvden to he the re- presentative of tlie Liberal party in tho negotiations looking to. the dropping of certain election protests in Manitoba, VS the srincipal wit- ness on the stand at the session of the Fullertpn commission today. Chambers .declared at; tlic outset that in the negotiations he had with Mr How'den anil Newton he had act- ed wholly-. without instructions from anyone iii the Liberal- party. Jlr. Huwden-s" evidence tended to show the plan as having originated with Chambers, but Chambers declared Newton' had been the first to broacn it having come to him and asked him if anything'coiilcl" bji (lone in-the ,wav of protests dropped. Chambers- hail treated the matter as la joke'at first, and had said it would take SaO.POO to reimburse the Liber- als for their expenditures in connec- tion' with the protests. Newton had taken it literally and had thought the amount loo much, hut oame back- later and Pasteurized Milk 13 Quarts for... Cream Buttermilk delivered to your home. CRYSTAL LETHBRIDGE DAIRY PHONE 1576 New Agent at Bow Island Bow Island Review: E. W. Brom- ley, with his wife and family, arriv- ed this week from Cowley, Alta., and have taken up their residence in the Johnston house, south' of the track. From now on. Mr. Bromley will have charge of the C.P.R. depot at-.this point, the former agent, Mr. Disert, having left for the east on Wednes- day, No man can do effective work i. Orderlies 'are an effective laxative. Sold only by J. D Higinbotham Co.. Ltd., The Rox- all Store, 10c., 25c., and BOo boxes. Optional Route In the latest C.P.R. pamphlet is- sued an optional mute is given going and returning from the coast. Pas- sengers from the east may go or re- turn from the coast via the Crow's Nest branch or the main line or vice versa. This makes it .possible for tourists to as "well as points on the main line without extra charge. City Bank Clearing! 'I lie Tjank clearings for the week are as against for the corresponding week last year. In connection with the bank, Mr.. G. H. Harmon reported to the Board of Trade his efforts to obtain' figures. from eastern cities of the j same size as Lethbritige for compari- son. He staled that the figures of one town in fcjcotia .which he had received showed that the clear-, ings for Hie month, were about the1 same Lethbridge clearings for a week Lethbridge stands out' well' in these returns. In the Financial' Post the percentage of decrease from last vear's estimates is 'il per cent, compared with 9 per cent, for Cal- gary and per cent, tor' Medicine! Hat ______' Bid Crowds on Excursion The ''annual to Crow's Nest and Coleman-.given under the j auspices of the Wesley" Bible school' left this morning with seven coaches filled with a merry concourse of pic- nickers." The train was made up at Taber, where some 20.0 people avail- ed themselves of the opportunity to spend the dav in the mountains: The .rain, as it goes up the Pass will take on extra passengers, and, judging from the past records, ten coaciies will be needed before the excursion special reaches its destination. Another opportunity will be prov- ided those who wisTi to spend a day in the: foothills next Wednesday, Anglican Sunday schools of .Taber, Lethbridge and Maclepd corn- nine in a special excursion to Brocket. FRIDAY--SATURDAY GROCERY SPECIALS Driving Russians Out of Galida London, July at- tempts by the Austro-German forces to drive the Russians out of what remains to them of Galicia are con- tinuing. Petrograd reports assaults by great forces east of Lemherg, hut declares they were repulsed with heavy losses to the attacking army. Lull on Italian Front Apparently there Ms a lull in, the furious i'ightinr along .the, Austro- Itailan front after the recent deter: mined .attacks by the-invading forc- es. statements -from Rome, however, declare continued advanc- efl are being made on the Carnic Plat- eau, where the progress is described M'lloff but constant. 24 Ib sack of Flour an.d 8J4 1 pkg of Corn Flakes I 98 Ib Sack of Hunganau Pat ent Flour and 16 oz. tin of Bggo or Magic Baking CO for flO.WV 20 Ib Sack of Best Sugar and one 2 Ib Tin of Rog- 7K crs Golden Svnip I pan-Cake per package Potted for. Preserved. Raspberries per 2 ib tin Pieserved Apricots and Peach- es sliced, per tin Dates, per package 20c 25c 20c I Peach- 17c 10c Corn, Beans, per tin Canadian Biscuits, reg, Z5c; special per Ito Dairy Butter, two pounds for Butter, 2 for Oranges and Bananas per dozen .Telly Powders, i for............. .lello, 3 packages foi Lethfcridge Made Choc- olates per Ib LetMmdge Made JIol- laases Kisses per It) Burnt Almond Candies Ibs for lOc 20c 45c 55c 25c 25c 25c 40c 20c 35c SUPINA MERCANTILE CO. 127 15th STREET NORTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. INTERNATIONAL BINDER TWINE STANDARD, 500 feet, Interna- tional and St. Paul, Per pound DEERIXG AND MrCOKMICK, 550 feet, per pound PEERING AND McGORMICK (MM) tcet, pound Above Prieti are F -O. B., LethbriduB For Pntiei on Cir and Ton Lott, Write or Cull en ALLEN JACK 1217 Avenut South Ltthbridgt, ;